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Still, blinkered thinking from a blinkered council is par for the course, once again justifying the disdain that so many have for Kirklees.
The Mid and West Wales AM added: "As a former Cabinet minister, charged with the Government's antidrugs policy, I find Mo Mowlam's comment not only naive, but blinkered beyond belief and a complete insult to those families already suffering the consequences of drugs such as heroin.
Phoenix Reach, blinkered for the first time, was having just his fourth run of the year after a catalogue of injury problems.
Jackie Lawrence, MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire, has accused the charity of a blinkered approach to the pounds 60m holiday village development.
The ex-Republic of Ireland captain reckons Ellis is "very blinkered and set in his ways" and believes he should step aside after two decades to make way for someone with "real guts" to take Villa forward.
4 per cent in the last five seasons, but when visored or blinkered for the first time the strike-rate of his offspring improves to 21.
EVIDENCE to support this idea can be found by looking at the relationship between race class on the Flat and the percentage of runners in those contests that were blinkered or visored.
8 per cent strike-rate with runners that are blinkered or visored for the first time, which betters his overall strike-rate with hurdlers by 2.
A well-beaten fourth on his debut and blinkered today.
10 Newmarket)Series of good runs last time, including when third in the November Handicap when blinkered for the first time.
Produced an improved performance when blinkered for the first time at Bath on Thursday and is expected to go close here if repeating that effort.
A colleague, who has laid Intersky Falcon on the exchanges, suggested that blinkered runners have a staggeringly bad record, especially in championship hurdles.