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A beaten docket is a losing ticket often associated with horse racing, which was a feature of this area in the late 19th century. Kingsbury Races were held five times a year on land leased by William Perkins Warner, proprietor of the nearby Old Welsh Harp, and attracted thousands of racegoers.
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