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staphylococcal enterotoxin B Sanders moved to seven victories behind Jamie Spencer Jamie Spencer (born 8 June 1980) is an Irish flat racing jockey who is considered one of the best jockeys currently riding in Britain and Ireland. He has won many of the classic races his first being the 1998 Irish 1,000 Guineas when he partnered Tarascon to victory. in the scrap for the jockeys' championship with a short-priced treble at Catterick.
Although the betting may argue otherwise - VC Bet still make Spencer a 1-5 chance - triumphs for Wolf River Wolf River may refer to:
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"I might catch him (Spencer) up but I'm not sure I'll beat him," said Sanders.
"I'm second-favourite at the moment but nothing's a foregone conclusion and while I'm in still in there, I'll give it a go."
Sanders firstly clocked up his 118th winner of the Flat season aboard Wolf River in the Weatherbys Bloodstock bloodstock
Noun 1. bloodstock - thoroughbred horses (collectively)
breed, strain, stock - a special variety of domesticated animals within a species; "he experimented on a particular breed of Insurance Maiden Stakes.
David Simcock's 4-11 favourite gained a slight advantage inside the last and pulled two lengths clear of Takanewa, with third-placed Nans Lady never sighted.
The champion-jockey aspirant doubled up later on the card when 1-2 favourite Atlantic Coast made mincemeat mincemeat: see pie. of his opponents in the Swale swale
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2. A long, narrow, usually shallow trough between ridges on a beach, running parallel to the coastline.
Sanders saved the best until last, however, when booting Sir Mark Prescott's 6-5 favourite Sangfroid, who was off the bit some way from home, to a length-and-a-quarter call in the Foss Handicap.
Vicky Haigh shelved an opportunity to top up her suntan so as to cheer Musical Beat on to victory in the feature race of the day.
The South Yorkshire handler was certain of a good show from her Beat Hollow filly in the Weatherbys Finance Handicap so elected to make the trip up the A1 from Wiseton Hall Stables.
It was to emerge a most beneficial day out as her three-year-old, a course-and-distance scorer in July, reaped handsome rewards back down in trip and class.