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hollow

noun bare, bereft of, carved out, clear, deprived, destitute of, devoid, devoid of, empty, lacking, short of, vacant, vacuous, void, wanting, without
Associated concepts: hollow victory
See also: chamber, deficient, empty, jejune, perfunctory, untenable, vacant, vacuous, void
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This Beat Hollow filly looks one to make a better three year-old but this event should be within her compass.
Beat Hollow, trained in California by Bobby Frankel, won the Arlington Million in Abdullah's colours last Saturday and is reckoned the best turf horse in America.
STAR trainer Henry Cecil stormed away from Epsom in an almighty rage yesterday after he was fined pounds 3,200 following the defeat of his 7-2 favourite Beat Hollow in the Derby.
I don't see it but I do see Beat Hollow chasing home Aristotle, who was a Group One two-year-old and was the best horse on his comeback in France.
McCain says he has yet to identify another 'creeper' in the mould of Beat Hollow, who has provided him with triple winner and July Sale graduate Call Back, as well as the Grade 1 winners Cinders And Ashes and Hollow Tree.
Cecil, whose Beat Hollow was his last Group 1 winner in the Grand Prix de Paris, said: "It's lovely for us after a quiet time in the last few years.
2003 Refuse To Bend 11-4 13th 2002 Hawk Wing 9-4 2nd 2001 Galileo 11-4jt WonGolan 11-4jt 2nd 2000 Beat Hollow 7-2 3rd 1999 Dubai Millennium 5-1 9th 1998 Cape Verdi 11-4 9th 1997 Entrepreneur 4-6 4th 1996 Dushyantor 9-2 2nd 1995 Pennekamp 11-8 11th 1994 Erhaab 7-2 Won 1993 Tenby 4-5 10th 1992 Rodrigo de Triano 13-2 9th1991 Corrupt 4-1jt 6th Toulon 4-1jt 9th 1990 Razeen 9-2 14th1989 Nashwan 5-4 Won 1988 Red Glow 5-2 4th 1987 Reference Point 6-4 Won1986 Dancing Brave 2-1 2nd 1985 Slip Anchor 9-4 Won 1984 El Gran Senor 8-11 2nd
Kentucky Oaks winner Farda Amiga, leading American grass mare Astra and leading American grass male Beat Hollow are expected to go 70 days without running before their Breeders' Cup events.
Victory in the American race went to the former Henry Cecil-trained Beat Hollow who got up on the line to thwart the fast finishing Sarafan and Forbidden Apple.
But Eurobet appear to have ignored the King George potential of one horse - last year's beaten Derby favourite Beat Hollow.
Only three three-year-olds remain in the Group One contest following the latest forfeit stage including Derby third Beat Hollow, winner of the Grand Prix de Paris last time.
BEAT Hollow took a positive step down the road to Epsom with a satisfactory gallop at Newmarket on Friday.