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ringside

the area immediately surrounding an arena, esp the row of seats nearest a boxing or wrestling ring
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Ringsider made up for a poor debut performance at Windsor to land the Best Odds @ betfair.
Totesport: 3-1 Rohaani, 6-1 Red Racketeer, 13-2 Divine Gift, 8-1 Royal Island, 10-1 Young Mick, 11-1 Obrigado, 12-1 Bravo Maestro, 14-1 Kandidate, Dunaskin, 20-1 Realism, 25-1 Artistic Style, Cherub, Ringsider, 33-1 bar
The ploy also paid off for Ringsider, who made up for a poor debut performance at Windsor to land the opening maiden.
Dunaskin has the prime draw to lead and will be fit from his run in the same race as Ringsider at Wolverhampton, where he also found the trip beyond him.
On his previous start, he had run Ringsider to three parts of a length at Chester after having to race wide throughout.
The presence of one particular ringsider pleased Cleverly no end.
Ringsider stayed on for a three-quarter-length verdict over Kibryaa.
Ringsider Mavrovic, sporting a crazy mohican haircut, sneered: "Lewis is too slow - an easy target.
Calzaghe, who has now seen two of his world champions dethroned in two weeks - Enzo Maccarinelli, a ringsider at the CIA, lost to David Haye in London - is confident 27-year-old Rees will return stronger for the setback, his first loss in 28 fights.
Interesting contenders include Nordwind, Pagan Dance and Ringsider, who looks to have been laid out for this.
Recent winners have come from the Newmarket handicap where Ringsider didn't get a clear run on the rail.