Robert Peary

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United States Arctic explorer and United States naval officer who has been regarded as the first man to reach the North Pole (1856-1920)

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MACHINE SELECTIONS: TODAY: Carlisle 4.05 Admiral Peary, 4.40 Three Mirrors.
6 Admiral Peary reached the North Pole, 1909; Joseph Smith founded Mormon Church at Fayatte, New York, 1830.
Enjoy two nights accommodation for two with full breakfast with one of these excursions at The Admiral Peary House, Fryeburg, Maine.
However, the 14-year-old gelding may have had a little slice of luck because Admiral Peary was still just in front under Tony McCoy at the last hurdle before diving right and dumping the champion jockey.
Morgan), Bill Carmichael (Henry Ford), Judy Kaye (Emma Goldman), Susan Wood (Evelyn Nesbit), Doug Carfrae (Admiral Peary), Duane Martin Foster (Matthew Henson) , Wade Williams (Willie Conklin), Jewel Tompkins (Sarah's Friend), George McDaniel (Charles S.
McCoy reported he was "sore" following a heavy fall from Admiral Peary at Leicester yesterday, but said he expected to take up his engagements at Chepstow today.
Admiral Peary isn't getting any better at the age of 11 and he'll have a job to repel some younger, more progressive rivals, but at least he stays and jumps well, and if Egerton has him bang on for his seasonal reappearance, he will be tough to beat.
Admiral Peary was last seen finishing second in the Devon National 11 months ago and Desailly won the 2003 Mandarin Chase, but is on the downgrade.
Having been sent off a well-fancied 7-2 favourite last time, the nine-year-old started at 9-1 on this occasion and found what was required under Joe Tizzard to repel the challenge of Admiral Peary in the Sporting Index-sponsored contest.
Admiral Peary and Happy Shopper could both face an even stiffer test next week as they have been entered in the four-mile National Hunt Chase at Cheltenham.
Star performance Andrew Tinkler for his brilliant recovery from Admiral Peary's blunder with a circuit to go in the novice chase, which brought deserved applause from the stand Local heroes All but one of the winners are trained in Sussex
Admiral Peary (1.30 Plumpton) At his best when fresh and returns from a six-month break.
Admiral Peary found an absence from racecourse duty of four months no hindrance when ploughing through the testing conditions in the three-mile handicap hurdle for a three-length verdict from Global Challenge.
Charlie Egerton, trainer of Admiral Peary ``He's fine and fit and well enough to run a good race.
The 8-1 shot chased the long-time leader Admiral Peary until going on after three out, and skipped clear for a six-length success.