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Least and not last, and if you are well-bred, why don't you pioneer to take up a full-time job and teach these culprits that spitting is bad?
His well-bred 23-month-old black and white dog Hari, a son of Alan Jones' Bet, winner of the Welsh National trials last year, made 1,820gns when acquired by Midlands buyer John Porter.
In his day, Tim Henman was supported by his charming wife, Lucy, another example of - let's be honest here - well-bred clothes and behaviour.
FUNDAY left Gary Moore breathing a little more easily after she pulled nicely clear of some well-bred types at Lingfield yesterday.
RED KESTREL - put in a sound performance in the 10-furlongmaiden at Leicester, where the well-bred chestnut did the best of the newcomers in a racewon by Changing Skies.
And the master of Ballydoyle can kick off the season on a winning note with the well-bred Georgebernardshaw (2.
John is Irish, Andrea is a feisty well-bred English girl, Rev.
This well-bred three-year-old failed to get off the mark as a juvenile but finished in the frame in a couple of well-contested maidens.
Hendricks must have laughed Tuesday when he watched an ego duel between Ireland's Coolmore Stud and Dubai's Sheikh Mohammed al-Maktoum drive the price for a well-bred and handsome colt up to a record-smashing $16 million before the hammer came down on a Coolmore victory.
Zakharova's partner, Andrey Uvarov, displayed the well-bred care, the skilled but unassuming partnering, of today's Bolshoi men.
With a yard brimming with well-bred inmates, Tregoning is more used to sending out short-priced favourites than rank outsiders.