Granadilla

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Granadilla

 

the edible fruits of several tropical species of Passiflora (the passionflowers), family Passifloraceae. (Pas-siflora quadrangularis winters well in subtropical regions of the USSR.)

Granadillas are reddish, orange, or greenish berries that range in size from that of a plum to a small melon; they are similar in taste to the gooseberry or pomegranate. They are used in pulverized form with milk and sugar, as well as in the confectionery industry.

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Barbadine, winner of the concluding 1m21/2f contest, will also be returning to Dundalk for his next assignment after trainer David Wachman pencilled in the Carlingford Stakes on November 6 for his improving three year-old.
This Sinndar filly was made favourite for her recent debut at Gowran Park and acquitted herself well in finishing third to Barbadine.
David Wachman, trainer of Song Of My Heart and Barbadine Song Of My Heart is in good order and if she can recapture her best form she would have a pretty decent chance.
CRAZY DAYS A DeRMOT Weld-trained debutante, this Peintre Celebre filly came home well when second to Barbadine in what was probably a modest maiden at gowran Park.