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PEERESS. A noblewoman, the wife of a peer.

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Waiting to pounce will be both Red Evie and Peeress.
Peeress did not enjoy the rub of the green in a rough Queen Anne at Royal Ascot last term, while she also suffered trouble in running when only a short head behind Red Evie in the Matron Stakes on her final start last year.
Jiancai Zhou, Peeress, a women's clothing brand with 3,000 clothing designs accumulated over a 12-year period.
After progressing rapidly through the ranks last season she beat Peeress in the Matron Stakes at Leopardstown on the only occasion they met.
With the rain-softened ground in her favour, Peeress will be hard to beat but I think the younger Jeremy looks a value option to sink his stable companion.
I think it will be ground-dependent for Peeress, but she looks really well," said Chris Richardson, managing director of the stud.
Peeress made her move through horses inside the final quarter-mile and was not going to be denied despite Majors Cast's efforts.
Peeress (4-1) then stuck her neck out and battled all the way to the line to win by a length and three-quarters from Majors 7-1 shot was always in pole position.
Lady Young, a Conservative peeress who proposed the motion, is a practising Anglican.
She used to scream at me and I used to scream back" - Tory peeress and former health minister Baroness Trumpington on her relations with Margaret Thatcher.
After that it was terrible" - Tory peeress Lady Trumpington recalls having dinner with Lady Thatcher.