Horse Racing Song

DESCRIPTION: "It is of three north noble country dukes from the Newmarket came." They visit "Lord Framplin's halls" to see his horses. The "poorest duke" wagers 30,000 pounds. The riders taunt each other. Lord Framplin's horse wins the race
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1911 (Butterworth Collection)
KEYWORDS: horse racing gambling nobility
FOUND IN: Britain(England(Lond))
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Butterworth/Dawney-PloughboysGlory, pp. 20-21, "Horse Racing Song" (1 text, 1 tune)
Palmer-FolkSongsCollectedBy-Ralph-VaughanWilliams, #72, "Horse Race Song" (1 text, 1 tune)

Roud #1392
File: ButDo020

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