High constable

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HIGH CONSTABLE. An officer appointed in some cities bears this name. His powers are generally limited to matters of police, and are not more extensive in these respects than those of constables. (q.v.)

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High Constable Trainer Roger Charlton Newbury, April 16 Ran well behind a potentially smart winner and this half-brother to Group 1 winner Right Approach shaped as though he'll be suited by a return to further than 7f.
His cause was not helped by being tardy at the start and with odds-on jolly High Constable in third the form could just be decent.
The Queen was at the races, but had to settle for another runner-up when High Constable failed to catch Meezaan in the 7f handicap.
40 Kempton SP forecast 6-4 Mark Johnston's three-year-old has improved with racing and stepped up on his debut fourth at Catterick when chasing home the well-regarded High Constable on his penultimate start at Wolverhampton.
High Constable, trained by Roger Charlton for the Queen, easily landed odds of 4-6 under Martin Dwyer in the 1m maiden.
High Constable was backed as if defeat was out of the question on his debut in a similar event at this course last month run over 7f.
High Constable is likely to be a warm order, but I wasn't impressed with his debut effort when turned over at long odds-on in a maiden here over 7f .
The feature of the 7f juvenile maiden was the market move for newcomer High Constable, trained by Roger Charlton for the Queen.

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