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She was nicely backed over 2m4f at this track last time and, despite jumping sketchily, rewarded each-way backers by finishing second to a mildly progressive sort.
Coltherd, 16, said of the sixyear-old: "He is still very green and jumped a bit sketchily at times, but was pulling my arms out and had plenty left in the tank at the nish.
But surely Nelson is aware of such precedents, and to make too much of such affinities would be to miss the point; not every sketchily figurative assemblage is an expression of a primitivist trope.
Caught my eye on his debut in Ballinrobe as a potential hurdler and, jumping sketchily and unlucky in running, shaped like a future winner when fourth to Crafty Codger on his jumping bow at Punchestown.
The total bill, sketchily itemised in unimpressive fashion ('tis a trend) came to PS24.
The Riot Club has sharp dialogue but some of the characters are too sketchily written.
Foster Watson's sketchily annotated version is still the only available English translation of the DTD.
At Fishers Cross had jumped sketchily early on, but improved along the second circuit as he strived to atone for an awful mistake at Newbury on his seasonal bow.
Under a spectacular sunset in downtown Singapore, Grosjean lost an hour of testing with a steering problem, Webber skimmed a wall and Raikkonen sketchily ran wide on one corner.
72), hardback SKETCHILY retracing the lives of six great American twentieth century writers, Laing attempts to unveil why alcohol played such a dominating role in their lives, and what affect it had on their work.
Read it SKETCHILY retracing the lives of six great American twentieth century writers, in The Trip to Echo Spring: Why Writers Drink (hardback by Canongate Books, priced PS20), Olivia Laing attempts to unveil why alcohol played such a dominating role in their lives, and what effect it had on their work.
If one looks at the key points of the energy revolution decided a year ago, one quickly notices that very ambitious targets were set while the path to reaching them was only outlined sketchily.
Segol acknowledged that growth was now being taken on board in European discourse, but that it was still being addressed too sketchily.
When it has had enough of the outside world, it tends to withdraw in," says the 62-year-old artist sketchily, explaining the contrast between his present series and the past.
He jumped sketchily at a few fences in the back straight but appeared to have Dessie Hughes' Magnanimity well covered as they approached the final fence.