comes from a stable in flying form and upset some smart young opposition.
, edged out by All Yours in the highest tier at Aintree last April, has plenty going for him in the Masterson Holdings Hurdle (2.
With a bit more composure and devilment
we would have gone and got a second.
LIL ROCKERFELLER (Neil King) LIL ROCKERFELLER was hampered by the fall of Needless Shouting four from home at Doncaster but still finished second behind the smart juvenile Devilment
was heavily supported that day but proved no match for Rydan, who showed an electric turn of foot to come from last to first in a matter of strides before going away from the rest.
And, judging by our nostalgic pictures, it's always been a cause for devilment
in the Midlands with costumes, pumpkin-carving and parties.
And when Ross suggests to Adam they steal vodka from the pub cellar, he's up for some devilment
AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN (10pm Fox) DANNY HUSTON, pictured, is the latest Hollywood heavyweight adding some devilment
to this series which has become almost sinfully enjoyable.
The court was informed that no devilment
was made in the search of Muhammad Zubair so far.
There's a little bit of devilment
in him sometimes and that's not a bad thing but when you go beyond that it affects everybody.
And he insists Griffiths has a bit of devilment
that can bring Easter Road to life.
Any reasonably-minded person reading the article would agree with this assertion, as unfortunately now, these youths are doing this for sheer devilment
, laughs and so-called giggles.
He pointed to the readiness of the Fund to support the devilment
and infrastructure projects needed by the capital Sana'a in the coming years, adding that the capital Sana'a is one of the best borrowers from the Fund in its high absorptive capacity and efficiency in the speed of projects implementation.
He was of the view that the new technologies utilized for agriculture devilment
have mostly affected women and children.
This is a play of conspiracy and cowardice, devilment
and deceit, and, of course, war.