The Examiner Newspaper:-Saturday 4 July 1931


Mr. Arthulr Prosser intends to get Byron Patch in from the run to-day. This gelding won a race at Westbury early in the season, but then went off
and was turned out. THe Culloden-Verawood youngsters Mr. Prosser is sheltering for the winter are nice types though rather on the small side. However, they are being given plenty of time to develop, and should be of fair size when they have finished growing.
Both "show a lot of quality" and are natural pacers. One of the youngsters'Is a black, like the dam, but the other does not resemble either sire or' dam IN colour, being a chestnut.