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Constable

John. 1776--1837, English landscape painter, noted particularly for his skill in rendering atmospheric effects of changing light
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Charlton's team at next week's meeting will not include the Queen's High Constable, who was being aimed at the Britannia Handicap.
The Jeremy Nosedatrained Galileo colt made his debut at the turn of the year at Wolverhampton, showing definite ability in finishing third to odds-on High Constable from the Roger Charlton yard.
Mark Johnston's popular Greyfriarschorista was a massive eyecatcher when finishing second behind the gambled-on High Constable at Wolverhampton recently and looks a good thing to go one better in the Bet Multiples -Betdaq Median Auction Maiden Stakes.
Bill, a former High Constable, said at the time that he wanted to formalise his relationship with the woman he called his "twilight years sweetheart".
High Constable Trainer Roger Charlton Newbury, April 16 Ran well behind a potentially smart winner and this half-brother to Group 1 winner Right Approach shaped as though he'll be suited by a return to further than 7f.
His cause was not helped by being tardy at the start and with odds-on jolly High Constable in third the form could just be decent.
Hay, 67, who holds the title of hereditary Lord High Constable of Scotland, owns a "house and cliffs" in Aberdeenshire and 667 hectares of arable land in Bedfordshire.
Its heyday was in the first half of the 19th century when the magistrates for Upper Agbrigg were based in Huddersfield and supported by a high constable with an office in Market Street.

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