aestival


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aestival

[′es·tə·vəl]
(astronomy)
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His opposition includes Sir Mark Prescott's Aestival, who has started odds-on for his four most recent starts, winning three but finishing well beaten when 4-7 at Leicester last time.
Other new product introductions included three dynamic new additions to its existing natural skin care therapy system, Aestival.
Sir Mark Prescott's Aestival, a 2-5 shot, duly pulled off his quick-fire hat-trick in the 1m2f handicap, but at one stage it looked unlikely that it would be by as far as three lengths.