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dan buoy

[′dan ‚bȯi]
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A floating marker buoy used temporarily, as on fishing grounds and in minesweeping operations.
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Our condolences go out to Richard Guest and his yard and Bamboozelem - the owners of Dan Buoy, who were such big supporters of Pontefract.
There is decent money to be won at a relatively lowly level in these races and Dan Buoy won the corresponding race 12 months ago off a mark of 57.
Designed, manufactured and patented by SOS Marine, Australia, the SOS Inflatable Marker Dan Buoy is a new life-saving technology in person overboard situations, providing rapid flotation assistance to a person at risk of drowning.
He's the most aggravated horse you are ever likely to see, but he's an absolute star," said Guest, who revealed Dan Buoy is now likely to be kept busy over hurdles this winter.
An amalgamation of the sMRT V100 Alerting Unit and the SOS Dan Buoy, the sMRT SOS Dan Buoy was devised for use in the event of a sighted man overboard incident.
Despite being the outsider of three runners for Hammond the 10-year-old travelled ominously well under Paul Mulrennan and got the better of a protracted duel with game front-runner Dan Buoy by a neck.
Last year's winner Dan Buoy aims for his third course-anddistance success in a year.
Apprentice Billy Cray gave Richard Guest's Dan Buoy (20-1) a splendid ride to win the Jamaican Flight Handicap.