Sweetsauce, the winner of the Stewards' and the Goodwood Cups, 1860. 'This chestnut, which so unexpectedly burst on to the Turf world as the winner of the Goodwood Cup when they did not believe him capable, in racing parlance, of "getting above a mile," is the property of Lord Annesley, and trained by Mr. John Scott at Whitewall, near Malton...He is by Sweetmeat from Irish Queen, and has rather a peculiar formation about his loins, which is gradually disappearing as he gets age upon him. Aldcroft has ridden him in four of his races, and Charlton and J. Snowden in the other three. His winnings, inclusive of the two cups, amount to about £2000'. From "Illustrated London News", 1860.