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EQUULEUS. The name of a kind of rack for extorting confessions. Encyc. Lond.

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Indeed, Equuleus Pictor looked to be approaching peak form when making much of the running at Yarmouth last time before finishing fourth in a race run in a storm in the sort of conditions that helped closers like the winner Magical Speedfit.
EQUULEUS PICTOR can make the most of the easy ground and notch up his hat-trick in the Clive Parker 50th Birthday Handicap at Folkestone.
The Painter's Easel is a constellation which Louis de La Caille named Equuleus Pictoris in 1752, simplified to just Pictor by Benjamin Apthorp Gould in 1877.
12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Yesterday more than 350 people gathered at the beautiful Equuleus Polo Club in Watermill, New York to cheer the return to the field of polo legend Nacho Figueras in a tournament benefiting New York's Robin Hood Foundation.
Ten days before that flop the daughter of Chineur had run out a decisive winner from subsequent scorer Equuleus Pictor on a more forgiving surface over 5f at Newbury.
Deep Sky Worth Viewing (Binoculars or telescope) Object Type Con Object Type Con Lagoon Nebula BrtN Sgr M2 Glcl Aqr Helix Nebula Plnb Aqr M7 OpCl Sco Full details on pages 82 to 84 Constellations Day Constellation 04 Microscopium 05 Capricorn 09 Equuleus 13 Indus 25 Piscis Austrinus 26 Aquarius 28 Lacerta 29 Grus Date of midnight culmination.
But even if he were better drawn he wouldn't beat John Spearing's EQUULEUS PICTOR (2.
Stall 14 of 15 is not the way to go so I'm siding with EQUULEUS PICTOR (2.
Equuleus Pictor is nothing if not consistent and after an early season win and a string of placed performances he gained just reward when triumphing over five furlongs at Nottingham.
Gannon hungry for more Cathy Gannon notched her 69th winner of the year when Equuleus Pictor narrowly saw off Triple Dream and Cape Royal by a neck and half a length in a driving finish to the 5f handicap.
The starry Drawing Compass is one of the night sky's smallest constellations, with only the constellations Crux, Equuleus and Sagitta covering a smaller area.
I'm looking no further than John Spearing's in-form gelding EQUULEUS PICTOR(2.