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Synonyms for purebred

Synonyms for purebred

a pedigreed animal of unmixed lineage

bred for many generations from member of a recognized breed or strain


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Mr Minford, who is also an economic adviser to the Julian Hodge Bank, added: "Mrs T, as inevitably I shall always think of her, swung her handbag thoroughly in a policy world largely dominated by wellbred men who wanted to patronise her.
Another typically wellbred filly off Khalid Abdullah's Juddmonte Farms production line, Pavlosk was unraced as a juvenile, but looked destined for big things after winning her first two starts at Newbury and York in the spring of last year.
They are similar in size to a wellbred corgi, but whereas the corgi may not be quite so agile, dholes are and have developed the great skill of being able to jump vertically two metres into the air.
Ryan Moore has only one booked ride on the card, which suggests that wellbred Focal (4.
Prince Of Burma can take division two of the maiden having also ran like a future winner when fifth here last week, going off at 14-1 even though he is a wellbred youngster from a big yard in John Gosden.
Sam Waley-Cohen takes the ride on this wellbred gelding and the brother to 2006 Topham Trophy winner Liberthine, also owned by the jockey's old man, should go very well.
David Wachman's wellbred filly made a fine debut at the Curragh when beaten just over a length by Addiction in a field of 18 and was backed down to odds-on last week.
He outlined the rules of engagement and the mere raising of a wellbred eye brow or a turn of the hand brought instant compliance.
Lots kindly donated include a number of wellbred pups and saplings, a signed pair of James DeGale's boxing gloves and a round of golf, plus a table for four and champagne reception at one of Towcester's forthcoming feature race meetings.
In his younger days, he kept a wellbred and productive herd of Jersey milkers - some of which gained prestigious awards at local shows.
It was Philip who chose his son and daughter's schools: Charles was packed off to Cheam, a preparatory school preparing boys to enter public schools, Anne went, finally, to Benenden, the Home Counties' boarding school for wellbred girls whose parents had everything.
Weld and the title-chasing Pat Smullen could also strike in the opener with the wellbred Anderiego.
A winner over seven furlongs on the all weather at Kempton on his second start, the wellbred son of Oasis Dream began his three-year-old campaign with a fair second to Richard Hannon's Silver Rime over a mile at Windsor in April.
His reaction was a mark of 93, so the handicapper was suitably impressed with the gelding's successful racecourse introduction at Newbury where this wellbred son of Sadler's Wells out of Park Hill Stakes winner picked up from the rear in eye-catching fashion to land his maiden.
After Luke Morris had given the wellbred three-year-old a typical dour ride, part-owner Peter Stanley said: "A Class 6 handicap on the all-weather was not what I had in mind when I sent his dam to Dansili, but I hope one of the jumping boys will take a shine to him one day.