is unbeaten in four starts at his home track over seven furlongs but has failed on his two attempts at a mile.
An expensive Royal Ascot loser when only eighth of ten in the Queen Anne Stakes, Shibboleth
had a strip of elastic to thank for yesterday's success over Reel Buddy.
- 11-4fav (9-2) Tracked leaders, effort and every chance 2f out, weakened approaching final furlong, 8th of 10, 10l behind Medicean (9-7) at Ascot 1m Group 2 (A) gd.
has recently been reported to be working well on the Newmarket gallops and should be spot-on for tomorrow's Group Two event.
However, I think Shibboleth
has tremendous potential and he could well oblige at a rewarding price.
Screening has become the shibboleth
of preventive medicine.
They refuse to examine the shibboleth
of free trade.
It is surely fatuous to use the concept of family values as a shibboleth
to determine who's in and who's out if for no other reason than that John Doe's understanding offamily values may not agree with that of Mary Smith's.
Although such issues obviously must be addressed (as they have been in respect of other elections afforded by the Code or regulations), we respectfully suggest that they should not be invoked as a shibboleth
with which to dismiss the election alternative out of hand.
His books include Journal of an Expedition across Venezuela and Columbia (1909), Across South America (1911), In the Wonderland of Peru (1913), The Monroe Doctrine, An Obsolete Shibboleth
(1913), Inca Land (1922), Machu Picchu, a Citadel of the Incas (1930), Elihu Yale--The American Nabob of Queen Square (1939), and Lost City of the Incas (1948).
Those changing social values will reflect themselves in consumer, business and work attitudes: a commitment to higher quality, service, performance and reliability is now a shibboleth
of American business, a shibboleth
yet to be reduced to effective universal practice.
The most harmful risk management shibboleth
of all must be the words "human error.