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Synonyms for effervesce

to form or cause to form foam

Synonyms for effervesce

become bubbly or frothy or foaming

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Effervesce, formerly trained by Sir Michael Stoute for Cheveley Park Stud, is due to have her first run imminently having been purchased by Pipe last October.
Ahmed Ajtebi had to be at his strongest on Anacopa (8-1) to hold the Sir Michael Stoute-trained pair of Pink Palace and Effervesce in a tight finish to the Kier Maiden Fillies' Stakes.
In what has proved a fortnight of poetic justice for Drowne, the jockey forced Blakeshall Boy to a half length and short head success over Effervesce and If By Chance.
The jockey forced Blakeshall Boy to a half-length and short-head success over Effervesce and If By Chance, seven days after a Royal Ascot double on Queen's Logic in the Queen Mary Stakes and Harmonic Way in the Cork and Orrery Stakes.
Ryan Moore, who had to settle for second on Profondo Rosso and again on Effervesce behind Lord Raglan, salvaged a victory on Dubai Bounty for trainer Gerard Butler in the concluding 1m41/2f handicap.
Effervesce won at Leicester in April and looks the best of Smart Predator's six rivals.
Effervesce can take the afternoon's Showcase handicap, the Baileys Horse Feeds Nursery.
Jimmy Fortune rides Pink Palace, while Neil Callan is on Effervesce.
Class Is Class looked in good form in his spin with one other and Ship's Biscuit (Ryan Moore) and Effervesce (Kay Reed) took the honours in their work.
Joe Fanning gave up his remaining ride after being shaken up when Effervesce
Fallon came in for a spare ride on Tre Colline in the following classified stakes, but although the four-year-old had every chance, he was beaten a length by the mare Effervesce, ridden by Joe Fanning.
Effervesce, who had Sandy Lady back in third at Lingfield last year, also bids for better luck, while the maiden Bahrqueen makes her handicap debut.
MARK BUCKLEY sent out his first winner of the season when Effervesce came from last to first under Robert Winston to take the six-furlong handicap from CD Flyer.
This was the second winner of the day for both Reveley and Buckley, the former having taken the two mile, five furlong handicap chase with Hunters Creek, partnered by Paddy Aspell, and Buckley had won with Effervesce, trained by his son Mark, at Leicester.
Effervesce has shown herself to be a useful handicapper and returns for her first run in three months, while Perfect Echo has her first run in handicap company after beating the David Loder-trained Musical Gift in a mile maiden at the beginning of last month.