Crimplene


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Crimplene

™ a synthetic material similar to Terylene, characterized by its crease-resistance
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She gingerly gets out three little dresses from Poppy's wardrobe to show us - short crimplene frocks with bright prints.
I also found this advert for easy-to-care-for Crimplene.
Clive Brittain knows a thing or two about training top-class fillies, with the brilliant Pebbles, Sayyedati and Crimplene among those to have passed through his hands, and he holds his latest star juvenile in high regard.
Philip and I have enjoyed many great days in the past with the likes of Pebbles, Crimplene and alsoWarrsan, who won the Coronation Cup for him in 2003.
Over the years, the likes of Pebbles, Sayyedati, User Friendly and Crimplene have done him proud and he thinks MENHOUBAH can land him the UAE 1,000 Guineas at 5.
Ladbrokes make Giant's Causeway 6-4 favourite and then go: 5-1 Crimplene, Indian Lodge, 6 Best of The Bests, Medicean, 12 Observatory, 14 Diktat, 16 Valentino, 40 bar.
TRAINER Clive Brittain has warned punters not to ignore Crimplene in Saturday's clash of the multiple Group One winners at Ascot.
British raider Crimplene, bidding for her fourth Group One success in a row, cut out the early running at a good gallop, but Philip Robinson began sending out distress signals with two furlongs to travel.
They are also in instantly recognisable fabrics of the time, including Crimplene, Tricel, knitted wool and cotton corduroy.
Penny's Gift becomes the third British winner of the German 1,000 Guineas, following Kazoo for Bill Watts (1991) and the Clive Brittaintrained Crimplene (2000).
It's like mixing fine brandy and buckie or satin and crimplene.
He has established a highly-successful partnership with Crimplene and has landed the German and Irish 1000 Guineas, Coronation Stakes and Vodafone Nassau Stakes on Clive Brittain's filly.