Rosemary


Posted on Wednesday, November 16, 2022
In: Hunting Poetry
Written by: Philpott Williams From Baily's Sports and Pastimes vol 69
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A poem in praise of Wilton Rosemary Bred at the Quorn, and so true to her breeding, Light in her colour of lemon and white, Rosy’s fair daughter is eagerly leading The pack through the covert and guiding them right. True to the blood, could you doubt it with Clasper, Clasper of Warwickshire fame for...
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