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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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He outlined the rules of engagement and the mere raising of a wellbred eye brow or a turn of the hand brought instant compliance.
He does a ll the raceplanning for this filly," said McConnell,adding:"She'svery wellbred.
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.
The appointment of Paul Hanagan following Hills's retirement last month has provided Sheikh Hamdan's operation with a new spearhead, but with hundreds of wellbred horses at their disposal O'Shea expects to be kept busy over the summer.
However, as would be expected at this time of year, it is wellbred younger horses which dominate the list.
Walter Swinburn's wellbred three-year-old pulled too hard for his own good that day.
He'll have come on for that run and this wellbred colt can give the weight away all round.
There are a number of wellbred yearlings catalogued, including a Swordlestown Little consigned Mastercraftsman filly who is a half-sister to the Group 2 Railway Stakes winner Lilbourne Lad.
O'Brien should also find success with the useful Changingoftheguard in the opener, and with the wellbred Black Quartz in the two-year-old maiden.
He's a wellbred, chasing type and will appreciate the testing conditions.
20), a beaten favourite on both starts this year, is likely to improve as she switches to handicap company and Sir Michael Stoute's wellbred filly will be at home on this flatter track after failing to show her true worth on the undulations at Lingfield.
Stud owner Jean-Claude Campos said: "We are very fortunate to have such a wellbred stallion come to us and it is a very good opportunity for the French industry.
Achieved the rare feat of out battling a Mark Johnston-trained stayer who had got first run in decent 1m6f handicap at Sandown and this big, progressive, wellbred filly looks sure to go on improving, with another step up in trip likely to suit, especially on a galloping track.