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appentice, pent, pentice

A minor structure built against the side of a building, with a roof of single slope; a penthouse, 3.
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And when word filtered out at the Curragh on Sunday that the stewards had given appentice Ronan Whelan a three-day whip ban, although he had dropped his whip at the start of the second race on the card, no doubt the words "clowns" and "blind fools" were bandied about.
Appentice Phil Greally, 20, tragically dies after being kicked by a horse at Mick Easterby's yard.
The free-running Accelerating, wearing blinkers for the first time, justified favouritism for John Gosden in the seven-furlong maiden, while Abajany captured the Showcase handicap to gain swift compensation for an unlucky third-placed effort at Haydock last Saturday which earned his appentice rider Allan Eddery a six-day ban for irresponsible riding.