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rowel

1. a small spiked wheel attached to a spur
2. Vet science Obsolete a piece of leather or other material inserted under the skin of a horse to act as a seton and allow drainage
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Nuneaton (probable): Rowels; Glackin, Reid, Peacock, Williams; Cull, Thomas; Pearman, Williams, Kendrick, C Jones, AN Other, Munro, Rees, Prosser- Shaw.
Fieldgunnerontarget Kevin Kirkup, whose Osteopathic Remedy won the Ripon Rowels earlier in the week, was back in the winner's circle after Fieldgunner Kirkup had bounced back to form in the 7f handicap under a good ride from Graham Gibbons.
Manghamdoes not knowhow to run a bad race and he should get involved in the finish of the Ripon Rowels Handicap.
RYAN Price's game top-weight Comedy Star (A Murray) lands a gamble when giving 33lbs and short head beating to Harry Wragg's Bushman (M Thomas) in the Ripon Rowels.
3.35 Ripon Rowels Handicap 1m Live on RUK Card page 40 Key stat Michael Dods (Osteopathic Remedy) has had two winners and a second from his last four runners in this event What they say Michael Dods, trainer of Osteopathic Remedy "He won this race last season off a rating of 87 but is now on 94.
Darryll Holland completed a double on Masked Dance (9-4 favourite) in the Racing Again Tomorrow Selling Stakes and Wannabe King (6-1 joint-favourite) in the Ripon Rowels Handicap.
Fallon's double was instigated by another Stoute inmate, Fremen, who beat Cat Ona High three-quarters of a length in the Ripon Rowels Handicap.
4.10 Musselburgh Graham The Plumbers Merchant Handicap 1m1f RUK Card page 24 Key stat Silvestre de Sousa has a 32% strike-rate (13-41) for David O'Meara this season and they combine with Smarty Socks What they say Alan Swinbank, trainer of Ezdeyaad "Hopefully, he runs well and picks up a bit of prize-money as this is probably his last run before we rough him off." David O'Meara, trainer of Smarty Socks "He won nicely at Doncaster and was a little bit unlucky when trying to complete a hat-trick in the Ripon Rowels last time.
While the five-year-old's run came to an end back at Thirsk, he wasn't finished yet and bounced back next time to land the Ripon Rowels despite having risen 19lb in the handicap.
IT HASN'T been the best of years for trainer Michael Dods, but his Osteopathic Remedy, who runs in the colours of Kevin Kirkup, showed his team is on the way back, as the six-year-old landed a second win in three years in the pounds 18,000 Ripon Rowels Handicap.
Osteopathic Remedy (15-2) keeps surprising trainer Michael Dods and he made it four wins from his last five outings in the Ripon Rowels Handicap.
Osteopathic Remedy's successes include three well-known northern handicaps - the Carlisle Bell, the Ripon Rowels and, this month, the Thirsk Hunt Cup.