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Doff added that, even as recently as 20 years earlier, in the early 1940s, convalescent care did not include special diets, care for cardiac patients after hospital discharge (regardless of their age), provisions for cancer patients (regardless of whether they needed continued medical or nursing care after being released from the hospital) or the care of patients with coloitomies.
Doff Pollard said: "Transport is a key issue for all kinds of groups within rural areas.
Doff The Derby, foaled in 1981, certainly had a family reputation to live up to, with her half-sister Trillion having produced the multiple Group 1-winning mare Triptych.
But it's the perfect big screen dream for anyone who's ever been 12 and it's gracious enough to doff its cap to Stanley Kubrick, Steven Spielberg, Star Wars and The X-Files.
Red Striker swept 11 lengths clear of Hannigan's Lodger, leaving Guest plenty of time for a trademark regal doff of his cap to the crowd as he passed the post.
DOFF THE DERBY, the dam of 1991 Derby winner Generous and of the world record-priced foal sold at auction, has been put down after foaling at Coolmore Stud in Ireland, writes Tony Smurthwaite.
THE dam of Derby winner Generous, Doff The Derby, and her filly foal by Sadler's Wells have been dramatically withdrawn from the Tattersalls December Sales, writes Richard Griffiths.
THE dissolution of a partnership lies behind the sale of Doff The Derby, dam of dual Derby winner Generous, at Tattersalls December Sales.
TATTERSALLS' December Sales, host to a world-record price in 1997, has prospects of another with news that this year's auction will feature Doff The Derby, writes Tony Smurthwaite.