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purebred

denoting a pure strain obtained through many generations of controlled breeding for desirable traits
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Fleeting Freedom Second foal; half-sister to 1m 2yo winner Fleeting Motion (RPR 85) with well-bred dam a 1m4f winner (94); one to watch in the betting but trainer has modest strike-rate with 2yos first time out in recent years.
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But the odds of this happening with a well-bred, perfectly raised pup are far lower than they are with poorly bred or randomly raised dogs.
Least and not last, and if you are well-bred, why don't you pioneer to take up a full-time job and teach these culprits that spitting is bad?
With 79 dogs forward, well-broken dogs and well-bred pups were in strong demand.
FUNDAY left Gary Moore breathing a little more easily after she pulled nicely clear of some well-bred types at Lingfield yesterday.
RED KESTREL - put in a sound performance in the 10-furlongmaiden at Leicester, where the well-bred chestnut did the best of the newcomers in a racewon by Changing Skies.
And the master of Ballydoyle can kick off the season on a winning note with the well-bred Georgebernardshaw (2.25) in the opening Tally Ho Stud Maiden Stakes.
John is Irish, Andrea is a feisty well-bred English girl, Rev.
This well-bred three-year-old failed to get off the mark as a juvenile but finished in the frame in a couple of well-contested maidens.
Zakharova's partner, Andrey Uvarov, displayed the well-bred care, the skilled but unassuming partnering, of today's Bolshoi men.
Josephine Mary Premice was a Brooklyn-born girl from a cultured and well-bred Haitian family wbo was raised to be a lady, not to be come a performer--a concept that horrified her conservative parents.