blinkered


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Still, blinkered thinking from a blinkered council is par for the course, once again justifying the disdain that so many have for Kirklees.
It is, contrary to your own belief, that blinkered arrogance which has led you to the dock today.
WELSH Conservative leader Nick Bourne has hit out at calls by former Cabinet minister Mo Mowlam for the legalisation of all drugs as "naive and blinkered beyond belief".
My views could be described as blinkered but I really think we'll be in the winner's enclosure next Saturday.
Phoenix Reach, blinkered for the first time, was having just his fourth run of the year after a catalogue of injury problems.
4 per cent in the last five seasons, but when visored or blinkered for the first time the strike-rate of his offspring improves to 21.
EVIDENCE to support this idea can be found by looking at the relationship between race class on the Flat and the percentage of runners in those contests that were blinkered or visored.
8 per cent strike-rate with runners that are blinkered or visored for the first time, which betters his overall strike-rate with hurdlers by 2.
The figures "b1" appeared next to his name in the racecard and I was sure Elsworth had another first-time blinkered winner within the last week.
A well-beaten fourth on his debut and blinkered today.
10 Newmarket)Series of good runs last time, including when third in the November Handicap when blinkered for the first time.