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The handicapper has been generous in subsequently dropping Russell's charge a few pounds, and it would be no surprise if he took full advantage under suitable conditions in a weakish race.
Weakish pigment, but easy to blend, giving a sheen-like finish.
Ford's senior US economist, Jarlath Costello, said: 'Despite the slide in confidence over the summer and the weakish labour markets, consumer spending is resilient.
He might only have won a bumper and weakish novice hurdle but I've always thought he would turn out to be a decent chaser.
Marlborough made one serious mistake when winning the Jim Ford at Wincanton on Thursday and may not appear to have told us much in beating a weakish field pointless.
She has won only a weakish maiden, though, and still has loads to prove.
Nicholls has since freshened his charge up with a facile success over inferior opposition at Bangor and in what looks a weakish race, Denman will be hard to beat.
Seizing on any weakish clearance from goalkeeper Dino Seremet, they released Eastwood on a break through the inside right channel, and the leading marksman finished with a shot that all but grazed the foot of the far post.
Ann told the Irish Mirror: "There is a bit of a change coming with a weakish weather system approaching from the west.