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made of sheep's or calf's viscera minced with oatmeal and suet and onions and boiled in the animal's stomach

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She was on the mark again on her debut for Haggas when a wide-margin winner at Nottingham.
It was announced in September last year that Baker would take control of the duo's bookings from Haggas following a transitional period, but the partnership has come to an "amicable" conclusion less than a year later.
Haggas, who guided the filly to the Irish and Yorkshire Oaks, said yesterday: "All of us here are mourning the loss of the best filly we had anything to do with but we will cherish the memories for ever.
"There's little between Dramatic Queen and the winner and she'll go for the Lillie Langtry next at Goodwood," said Haggas.
Maureen Haggas, assistant to her husband, said: "She has been a bit dippy really.
Being by Mukhadram, whom Haggas trained, and the way he was finishing off that day suggests he should come into his own stepping up to a mile.
Maureen Haggas, wife and assistant trainer, said: "Last time at Ascot she hit her head in the stalls and she was probably seeing stars all the way up the track.
Both the winner and the third are trained by William Haggas, who was notching up a 45th win at the Festival, while Crowley, retained jockey to Shaikh Hamdan, improved to 61 wins.
Haggas said: "I did ask James Doyle to be brave but I didn't think he'd be that brave.
Haggas has very strong claims of a double as Strategist goes in the first division of the British EBF Molson Coors Novice Stakes.
The winner is owned by legendary former jockey Lester Piggott - Maureen Haggas' father - in partnership with John Magnier and Michael Tabor.
Yet Haggas is optimistic, as he expects his battle-hardened colt to improve further when tackling 1m6f for the first time.
CRICKET-MAD William Haggas hopes to knock his rivals for six at York this week.
How good Juncart could be, though, is still up in the air as he has only run once since and left Ryan for William Haggas.
Haggas has joined the bank as vice president and relationship manager.