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RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
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It b eg a n as uc c e s sion of increasingly high-profile wins provided by Scottish Rifle in the 1973 Eclipse and Ragstone in the 1974 Gold Cup, a year when he trained more than 100 winners in Britain and abroad.
Ragstone Winning the Gold Cup was one of owner the Duke Of Norfolk's overriding racing ambitions and Dunlop achieved this goal for him in 1974, the year before the owner died, when the colt beat Proverb and former winner Lassalle under Ron Hutchinson.
But canapes are likely to include smoked salmon on a beetroot blini, confit duck-leg terrine with smoked duck and pear chutney, quails eggs with celery salt and Ragstone goats cheese with caramelised walnuts and parmesan crisp.
It used to be the Gold Cup, back in the days of Ragstone, Ardross, Le Moss and Sagaro, then it was the St James's Palace (Kris, To-Agori-Mou, Chief Singer) when it often looked better than any Guineas.
J decided he'd sacrifice a starter so he could justify have pudding, which left me on my own as I ordered red onion marmalade and Ragstone cheese tart (pounds 4.
Gr 1-winning progeny Caliban (Coronation Cup), Ballymore (Irish 2,000 Guineas), Morston (Derby), Ragstone (Gold Cup).
I wish I could talk you through each cheese but with my failing memory you'll have to be content with knowing that there was some Stilton, Ragstone goat's cheese, a Somerset Brie and a couple which seemed to be ewe's milk cheeses.
The underground entrance is even made of the same flint and ragstone as the ancient fortifications with an ornate steel overhang and gates.
I have thoroughly enjoyed myself," says Watt, whose favourite horses were Shirley Heights, Moon Madness, Erhaab, Salsabil and Ragstone.