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young of any of various canines such as a dog or wolf

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The Donal Murphy-trained Badminton Rossa, another Taylors Sky whelp, looks a live danger.
Pat Thompson's Droopys Vieri whelp has just the make up he needs to go one better than last time, when he was an eye-catching second to Brave Spirit.
Dad, of course, is just the greatest guy from beginning to end, even if he is hiding a sappy secret and is driven to slap the ungrateful whelp once or twice.
The incredible Lola is in her 11th year, being a September 2002 whelp, and this is her third litter by Crash.
This Roanokee whelp has serious pace off the last turn and should get in front where it matters most.
Stock of champion sire, Slaneyside Hare, are rarely to be found on public auction sale catalogues so Ballynurian (lot 7) being only a January 1997 whelp will surely attract considerable attention.
The Ballymac Maeve whelp broke well and slipped round in front and, once on the bunny, there was only going to be one outcome.
The Droopys Zidane whelp has been showing blistering early speed only to be caught in the latter stages.
What you get is actor Chris O'Donnell portraying the writer at ages 18 and 19 as an eager young whelp with a thirst for experience, but no more depth than the average bright kid.
Thatwasthedaythe Westmead Hawk whelp came of age in beatingNambiscobyalmostsix lengthsandsettinganewtrack record of 28.
The Staplers Jo whelp has break-neck early pace and should build a lead from the outset of this 380-metre contest.
Very unlucky when short-headed in the heats, the Westmead Hawk whelp is strongly fancied to get it right when it really matters.