flying form

flying form

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Gardner lifted her lorgnette and gazed after their flying forms as if she had never seen cats before, and Anne, choking back slightly nervous laughter, apologized as best she could.
Anne, clinging desperately to her precarious foothold, saw their flying forms and heard their shrieks.
Trainer Charlie Appleby is in flying form at present and can land the British European Breeders Fund EBF Novice Stakes with Volkan Star at
Stable in flying form. Keith Melrose Speed figures Swinging Eddie 8.25 Leicester Eyecatching runner-up on return at Doncaster and off the same mark can relinquish his maiden tag.
Roger Fell's gelding has been in flying form and can go one better after just failing to catch Mujassam in hot Catterick sprint.
Elsewhere, Vogue Williams was in flying form as she spiced up her life in Croke Park.
Elsewhere, it was a bit of a mixed bag with no other Swansea player making it past that mark as even Jefferson Montero, who has been in flying form so far, failed to impress supporters with a 6.2.
HENRY NRYNR de Bromhead aims two classy performers at the Ladbrokes Ireland Fortria Chase at Navan tomorrow as he bids to continue his flying form.
Robbie Hennessy reports Rubi Light (2.05) in flying form as he bids to put behind him a stuttering start to the campaign in the John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase.
I think there might be better value in sticking with the smaller trainer who is in flying form, Paul Nolan (left).
After starting his Test career in flying form last year in South Africa, North only managed 41 runs in four innings against Pakistan.
Mark Johnston's juvenile is immaculately bred and hails from a yard in flying form.