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Waiting Patiently was the second-favourite for the 2m5f Ryanair Chase behind last year's winner Un De Sceaux, but with Jefferson not convinced about heading to Prestbury Park, she will now wait for Aintree.
Waiting Patiently made his Grade 1 breakthrough on Saturday when beating Cue Card and in the Ascot Chase, extending his winning run over fences to six and being made 3-1 jointfavourite for the Ryanair Chase with Un De Sceaux by bet365 and William Hill.
However, Waiting Patiently would not be denied and stayed on strongly to deny his rival by three lengths.
And Waiting Patiently, coming into the Betfair-sponsored contest with a perfect five-from-five record over fences, gave his new trainer a first victory at the top level as he collared the heroic 12-year-old Cue Card for a two-and-threequarter-length supremacy.
As soon as the calf was able to come out of the hole, it immediately ran towards its mother, who patiently made her way through trees and a river to take her baby back to the herd.
Only four horses were declared for this Listed contest over two and a half miles but it should be an intriguing affair with Venetia Williams' Belami Des Pictons likely to give the selection a race especially as he receives 6lb from Waiting Patiently.
Our mission is to wait patiently for the judicial process to be complete and not being involved in any manner which will jeopardize the case and raise suspicion among our citizens," the former minister stated.
Now if we win the final it's only right and proper that Mary gives the decision for which Brian has waited so long and so patiently.
Washington, Oct 20 (ANI): Coldplay treated a group of their fans to Pizza for waiting patiently in the cold to buy tickets to an intimate gig in Norway, England.
The only thing that made the journey bearable was the patience, resilience and good humour of the driver who dealt much more patiently with his unhappy custody of this mobile Black Hole of Calcutta than I would have dreamt possible, patiently explaining the situation to angry would-be passengers and navigating his densely populated craft effectively through the rush hour.
Particularly enjoyable are the humorous scenes endured by Rhemy, forced to wait patiently with his horn stuck in a tree trunk while patient termites chew him free of the wood.
It's September, 1966, and these motorists in their shiny cars are queuing patiently to get to the Mersey Tunnel, presumably for a pleasant day out in Wirral's leafy countryside.

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