Lowlander


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a native of the Lowlands of Scotland

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Johnny Murtagh was out of luck on Heezapistol but he made his visit worthwhile by riding a power-packed finish to win the Eastwood Bookmakers Handicap on Lowlander.
Weld's other likely runners at the meeting will be Lowlander (Ascot Stakes), Elusive Double (Brittania Stakes), King Jock (Buckingham Palace Stakes), Utterly Heaven (Coronation Stakes), Simple Exchange (Wolferton Stakes) and Helvetio (Queen's Vase).
I have three other good rides today, kicking off with LOWLANDER, for Dermot Weld, in the beginners chase.
They have complained of destruction and closures of churches, bans on public gatherings, restrictions on travel, economic discrimination and lowlander encroachment on their traditional lands.
Oodachee, which means `good luck' in Russian, prevailed by a neck and short head from Baron de Feypo and Lowlander and afterwards trainer Charlie Swan said: ``You have to hand it to the jockey (Mick Kinane).
But two such horses appeal in today's opening races, Dermot Weld's LOWLANDER, which has reportedly schooled very well, in the Guinness Beginners Chase and SWORDPLAY, a 129-rated hurdler trained by Michael O'Brien, which contests the Budweiser Novice Chase.
They have complained of the destruction and closure of churches, bans on public gatherings, restrictions on travel, economic discrimination and lowlander encroachment on their traditional tribal lands.
One Dumagat elder in sitio Masla said in Filipino, My granddaughter (who finished high school) had her hair straightened to look more like a lowlander hoping it would improve her chances of getting a college scholarship.
But his scoring is inconsistent and that's the one area where Scholten - or Mr 180 as the upright Lowlander ought to be remonikered - can make real headway.
Meanwhile, the Dermot Weld-trained Lowlander will lead a ten-strong Irish raiding party at today's first stage of the three-day Open meeting at Cheltenham.
The Dermot Weld-trained LOWLANDER produced a much-improved display of jumping when landing a maiden hurdle at Downpatrick on Monday and will be fancied to follow-up in the Barry's Bakery Novice Hurdle on the final day of the last six-day Tralee Festival.
In 1865, whisky blending was pioneered by a lowlander, William Usher, and the industry boomed.
Barry Geraghty was given a crashing fall when Oh So Lively fell at the third-last, but he bounced back to win the beginners' chase on Lowlander, much to the delight of part-owner Robert Sinclair, who had travelled from Belfast to see him.
DERMOT Weld looks the man to follow again in today's Bank Holiday action at Downpatrick where Lowlander, one of his trainer's five entries for the Melbourne Cup, will be expected to land the odds in the opening Network Northern Ireland Maiden Hurdle.
Scott invented the historical novel, united Highlander and Lowlander in admiration of his work, and created a powerful shortbread-tin perception of Scotland which many foreigners still believe to be a true reflection of what the country is like.