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jugum

[′jü·gəm]
(botany)
One pair of opposite leaflets of a pinnate leaf.
(invertebrate zoology)
The most posterior and basal portion of the wing of an insect.
A crossbar connecting the two arms of the brachidium in some brachiopods.
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Paul Cole has booked Christophe Soumillon for Serva Jugum, winner of a Kempton maiden over today's distance of 1m a month ago on his only start to date, while Paul Blockley has also turned to a French-based jockey, Dominique Boeuf, to partner his Goodwood Listedrace winner Zafisio, who was fourth - promoted one place by the stewards after being hampered at a crucial stage - in a Group 3 at Longchamp last month.
They include the Andrew Balding-trained Prince Siegfried, Zafisio and the once-raced Serva Jugum, who is trained by Paul Cole.
Short on experience but long on ability, Paul Cole's newcomer Serva Jugum took the mile conditions event.