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kelpie

1, kelpy
an Australian breed of sheepdog, originally developed from Scottish collies, having a smooth coat of various colours and erect ears

kelpie

2
(in Scottish folklore) a water spirit in the form of a horse that drowned its riders
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The royal couple completed the last stretch of their journey to the Kelpies sculptures in Falkirk by barge - and formally opened the new canal section in the process.
Sculptor Andy Scott is demanding that a burger bar is removed from the site of his Kelpies masterpiece.
It didn't help that we specifically wanted a red Kelpie. I know color shouldn't matter, but our first two were red, and there was a strong sentimental pull.
Judge Philip Babington sentenced dad of eight Kelpie, who was arrested in 2009, to spend nine months in custody and nine months on licence.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional and Rural Development Peter Ryan visited Casterton today to announce the Victorian Coalition Government would invest $15,000 in the $20,000 Casterton Kelpie Interpretive Centre Feasibility Study.
Canine experts describe the Kelpie as workaholics who can spend all day herding cattle over more than 4,000 acres of land.
The dad-of-one beat 4,000 rivals when he and Australian kelpie Ruby first claimed the Kennel Club's agility European Open in London and then went on to win gold at the World Agility Open in Belgium.
The Kelpie's skin is made of glue, so anyone stupid enough to pet him is quickly stuck fast, and devoured.
Now a group of Welsh farmers have joined together to promote the Australian Kelpie as a herding dog.
Those appearing in court were: James Ratcliffe, 22, of St Luke's Road, Stephen Ganley, 23, of Borough Road, Tony Hall, 39, of Portchester Square, Terence Walker, 41, of Packham Road, John Campbell, 38, of Kelpie Gardens, and David Hawkes, 46, also of Kelpie Gardens, all of Sunderland.
Best bet of the day on the allweather can be Andrew Balding's Kelpie. The daughter of Kahyasi opened her account at the Surrey track last month when she turned a fillies' handicap into a procession, slamming Weecandoo by four lengths.