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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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Dan Buoy (far side) battles it out with Fair Spin at his beloved Pontefract in April 2010
CLOSE FINISH: Paul Mulrennan and Fair Spin, left, get the better of Dan Buoy and Billy Cray in a tight finish at Pontefract
Course regular Dan Buoy gained a popular win in the 2m2f handicap.
In a strongly run race, he got up inside the last furlong to beat the pace-setting Dan Buoy by two lengths.
This horse's overall profile these days is fairly described as hit and miss, but at Pontefract this season Dan Buoy has won one race and nearly added two more.
PONTEFRACT continues its stayers' championship series on Thursday with the pointsbased competition led by Richard Guest-trained Dan Buoy.