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damson

1. a small rosaceous tree, Prunus domestica instititia (or P. instititia), cultivated for its blue-black edible plumlike fruit and probably derived from the bullace
2. the fruit of this tree
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Packed with gorgeous ripe damson and mulberry fruit, this ruby red is deliciously rich with a hint of spice and dark chocolate on the finish.
She said: "Sir Mark picked out this race for Red Damson as there were no suitable events for him at home.
In the circumstances, Damson produced a perfectly respectable run to finish ninth - though beaten under three lengths - to Frances Crowley's Saoire, and reports from Co Tipperary suggest she is ready to come back to her best now.
Damson, who is owned by Sue Magnier and Michael Tabor, was expected to be the mount of retained rider Kieren Fallon but he could now switch to the Aidan O'Brien-trained Virginia Waters.
Ladbrokes 1000 Guineas: 8 (from 10) Damson, 25 Diamond Reef, Divine Proportions, Intriguing, Million Wishes, Miss Tolerance, Shohrah, Whazzat, 33-1 bar.
Needless to say, the honeymoon period is still well and truly in swing for Wachman, and getting Damson past the post first will give him his first Group 1 winner.
Don't forget to coat luscious lips with shades of red through to burgundy and damson.
It has been organised by the Friends of Damson Parks and will take place at the ground in Damson Lane from 11am to 3pm.
VAUXHALL MOTORS travel to Solihull Moors this afternoon knowing victory would see them leapfrog the Damson Park side.
THIS week's offering considers the much underused Damson fruit.
SIR MARK PRESCOTT has his first runner at Bellewstown this evening when he sends Red Damson for the Ray White Auctioneers Race, a mile-and-three-quarter conditions race for amateur riders, writes Michael Clower.
Dermot Weld's UTTERLY HEAVEN proved best of the quartet in the Curragh classic, finishing a close fourth, beaten little more than a length with last year's Phoenix Stakes winner DAMSON eighth, Newmarket Guineas heroine VIRGINIA WATERS ninth and MONA LISA tenth.