Epsom

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Epsom

a town in SE England, in Surrey: famous for its mineral springs and for horse racing. Pop. (with Ewell): 64 492 (2001)
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Starling, born in Epsom, England, and now based in Glasgow and Berlin, is a traveler and an alert observer of forms, both natural and man-made.
The purchase included the assets of PL's operations in Loughborough, England; Amherst, MA; and shares of the firm's operations in Epsom, England and Waldorf, Germany.
Taghrooda won the Investec Oaks (G1) at Epsom, England for Shaikh Hamdan last month and the Ireland-trained Tarfasha, who finished second on that occasion, goes into the Darley Irish Oaks (G1) as the 9-4 hot favourite.
Born in Epsom, England, in 1967 and trained at the Glasgow School of Art, Simon Starling mingles the grand tradition of the British boffin, forever tinkering in the basement, with heady neo-Victorian science, re-creating lost histories and divining the invisible global traffic of everyday life.
Balanchine gave him his first career Classic success when winning the 1994 Oaks at Epsom, England.