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She looks a great bet in this and, while she is not the easiest to win with, it is more a case of her being a bit free-going than ungenuine and her present trainer has done well with her.
It will be the responsibility of the Chief Engineer concerned to ensure that in no case tentwalas or any other ungenuine person books any site meant for wedding/ religious / commercial purposes.
But Paul Nicholls (right) always defended his grey against charges of being ungenuine, and a breathing operation before his chasing career began has transformed the sixyear-old into a formidable foe.
30) has hit the bar more times than Oliver Reed, but there's nothing ungenuine about this son of Dubawi.
He's finished second on six of his last seven starts but there have been reasons each time, he is not ungenuine and has improved as he has got older.
Mick Channon's runner has finished third on each of her four starts so far but she does not seem in any way ungenuine, she has just been found out by better rivals.
Excellent Thought seems to be more unlucky than Ungenuine and as she gets maximum assistance from the saddle from champion jockey Ryan Moore, the daughter of Exceed And Excel will never have a better chance of shedding her maiden tag.
There does not appear to be anything ungenuine about him, however, and he was unlucky to bump into a smart sort from the Godolphin camp over this course and distance a couple of weeks ago.
Emirates World looks inexperienced, rather than ungenuine, and he is likely to be a good deal better than his current mark of 77 once he gets the hang of the game.
Many people say he's ungenuine (but not usually that politely
That sort of record can set the alarm bells ringing, but nothing he has done to date suggests he is ungenuine.
Ungenuine would be exaggerating, but he is a little bit quirky.