How To Use Newmarket In A Sentence

  • Easy winner of a maiden race at Newmarket on her debut, the beautifully-bred Carinae possesses the potential to develop into a high-class filly.
  • It seems like a pretty simple statistic for such an expensive meter that tracks a lot of information, yet it doesn’t do it (maybe some do, but the ones in Newmarket don’t) Now This Gadget Looks Really Helpful « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
  • Overall, the most common race-training injuries in Newmarket were hind limb stress fractures, specifically of the tibia, said Pete Ramzan, BVSc (Sydney), MRCVS, partner at Rossdale News
  • Newmarket, in order that he might find an opportunity in their absence of indulging himself in his own gossiping, coshering habits, which were distasteful to Charles, whose temper inclined to formality, and with which even the favourite, of late, had not thought it worth while to seem to sympathise. The Fortunes of Nigel
  • It is the most brilliant sporting and social event of the year, the Europeans flocking into Jesselton from the little trading stations along the coast and from the lonely plantations in the interior just as their friends back in England flock to Goodwood and Newmarket and Epsom. Where the Strange Trails Go Down Sulu, Borneo, Celebes, Bali, Java, Sumatra, Straits Settlements, Malay States, Siam, Cambodia, Annam, Cochin-China
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  • Four hundred years later Newmarket is still a fair way off the beaten track. Champions Day has a brighter future at Ascot than at remote Newmarket
  • Newmarket's Hopeful Stakes tomorrow, a Listed race over six furlongs, has been selected by trainer Michael Jarvis as a suitable restarting point for Iffraaj, who has had a rest since being unplaced in the July Cup.
  • They drove back to Newmarket in virtual silence.
  • Trained at Newmarket by Michael Bell, Magic Rainbow showed some decent form in competitive handicaps last season.
  • On March 20, 1878 Hannah married Philip Archibald Primrose, fifth Earl of Rosebery (1847 – 1929), to whom she had apparently been introduced when she was seventeen years old by Mrs. Disraeli at Newmarket. Rothschild, Hannah de, Countess of Rosebery.
  • Frankie Dettori is the star attraction at Folkestone, and he has a host of eye-catching mounts, the majority trained by David Loder at Newmarket.
  • The Newmarket museum does have plans to expand, but the only hope for rivalling Louisville is the developing heritage centre at Aintree, which at least is tinged with the magic of the Grand National.
  • The horse with a huge reputation, puts his prowess on the line at Newmarket tomorrow as he bids to confirm his place in next month's race.
  • Upon release of this decision the parties may arrange to address costs either in person or by telephone conference call, through the trial coordinator in Newmarket.
  • With them there had been no period of Newmarket Davis, and disreputation. John Caldigate
  • Even before leaving town a highly anticipated horse race in Newmarket interferes with the beginning of her journey. The Blackstone Key-Rose Melikan « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews
  • The trio plans to spend a few days visiting horsemen and officials around Newmarket.
  • It was postmarked somewhere in England Newmarket, as I recall. CORMORANT
  • Le duc de Bedford -- cinquième du nom -- ayant perdu de grosses sommes un soir, à Newmarket, incrimina les dés, les accusant d'être pipés. Collections and Recollections
  • The other classic races are The Derby and The Oaks, at Epsom Downs, and the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket.
  • Extended credit was refused and Norberton horsewhipped the moneylender on Newmarket Heath.
  • His footloose and fancy-free lifestyle means he had no qualms about buying a home in New Zealand and opening a restaurant in the heart of Newmarket where competition is brisk.
  • Frankel, meanwhile, is rated the best horse Henry Cecil has had in many a year after a sensational 10-length success in last weekend's Royal Lodge at Ascot propelled him to the top of the betting for the Newmarket Classic. Talking Horses
  • They summer in Newmarket, England, and make their winter quarters here, in Dubai. All the Sheikh’s Horses
  • After the wreath laying ceremony at the cenotaph and the service at Holy Trinity Church conducted by Rev Botwright, the parade will march past the civic dignitaries and finally be dismissed in Newmarket Street.
  • The shop served its last customers on Friday after being based on Newmarket Street for more than 17 years.
  • He spent huge sums on his stud farms at Eaton and Oxcroft in Cambridgeshire, as well as on his racing stables at Newmarket.
  • The bay filly scored her first career win on August 27 at Newmarket after finishing second in her career debut on August 14.
  • Winner of three of his four races, he has made significant strides this season, his latest success coming in a red-hot handicap at Newmarket last month.
  • Great Habton trainer Tim Easterby's stable-star started at 14-1 for this Group Three event - in which she was a close second to Lend A Hand 12 months ago - having been unplaced at Dubai and Newmarket hitherto this term.
  • They advanced to the York Region junior girls 'basketball championships before settling for second place after falling to Mazo de la Roche Public School (Newmarket) 23-16 in the title tilt played in Aurora. YORKREGION - Home
  • His footloose and fancy-free lifestyle means he had no qualms about buying a home in New Zealand and opening a restaurant in the heart of Newmarket where competition is brisk.
  • Derby is often viewed as a dilettante leader who would rather have been racing his horses at Newmarket than taking part in debates at Westminster.
  • She may find herself torn between donning a pinny to serve spaghetti hoops or acquiring a big hat for the winner's enclosure at Newmarket.
  • This wouldn’t necessarily be such a terrible thing, since the idea is that jobs would open up in Newmarket as people commuting from Markham wouldn’t find it so easy to use their car anymore. Revenue Neutral Carbon Tax Is Meaningless « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
  • The Ontario Courts of Justice in Newmarket, North York and London have been chosen to begin the province’s intensive, sustained effort to move cases through the justice system faster. Ontario Expands “Justice on Target” Initiative : Law is Cool
  • The well-bred Khawlah has won over a mile and finished third in the Group Three Oh So Sharp Stakes at Newmarket and could throw down a challenge under Frankie Dettori. Bank on improving Mahbooba to lift UAE Oaks at Dubai carnival
  • Many ports have a capital race-course, which is always circular in shape, enclosing what are generally the grounds of the recreation club, while almost every sporting man trains a pony or two, which he frets and fumes over in a style that would not bemean a Newmarket turf magnate. Life and sport in China Second Edition
  • His thumbs up, as far as the book trade was concerned, was like a nudge in the local about a dead cert in the 2.30 at Newmarket.
  • Culhane, who notched his 1,000th winner in 2005, teams up with Newmarket trainer William Haggas in both races.
  • All the leading fancies stood their ground at yesterday's confirmation stage for the Tote Cesarewitch at Newmarket on Saturday.
  • After being ordered to stop sales of unpasteurized milk in Newmarket, the farmer deliberately breached this condition and then requested he be issued the maximum penalty for contempt of court. 2008 October 22 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

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