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the act of choosing

the power or right of choosing

one that is selected

the superlative or most preferable part of something

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of fine quality

appealing to refined taste

singled out in preference

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Sir Henry Cecil's choicely bred threeyear-old has scope for further improvement off her relatively low mark and this looks an easier task than the one she faced in higher grade at Sandown last time.
The proven class horses will mostly be in action after racing because Aidan O'Brien's battalions will be having their have their usual workout and, if you are able to differentiate one choicely bred brown horse from another, then there are often some clues for the coming season to be found.
Hodge Podge, a choicely bred youngster, will be buoyed by his victory last time out and is worth taking a chance with to score again in the 11.
A feature of this year's sale was a choicely bred draft of yearlings from Jim Bolger's Redmondstown Stud and this consignment produced prices of [euro]775,000, [euro]400,000 and [euro]300,000.
Princess Annie is a choicely bred youngster with huge scope and that could prove the deciding factor in the 12.
The choicely bred daughter of Oscar has a clear edge over one of today's stronger candidates, Noras Fancy, as on only her second career start the five-year-old brushed the Jimmy Mangan-trained mare aside at Clonmel last month, writes Johnny Ward.
Walter Swinburn's choicely bred charge showed the benefit of her debut run when a close second on ground softer than ideal at Goodwood a fortnight ago.