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Charlie Hills, trainer of Boomerang Bob He's probably too high in the handicap but is in good form and in a good place in life.
Importantly, he is sound and in good form so let's hope he runs a good race if he goes there.
In division "B" Valentin Teyssedre continued his run of good form by posting a nett 70 and looked likely to win however the eventual Champion Matthew Derrick also posted a nett 70 and went on to win the title by the smallest of margins after a count back.
Many weight-lifting injuries come from bad form, and good form will make you stronger in the long run.
Four weeks of good form doesn't make up for two years of rubbish at pounds 70k a week.
Falbrav, a 3-1 favorite in the Turf race, spent a hot summer in England and ``was in very good form,'' according to his trainer.
You wouldn't expect anyone to beat Ronnie 5-0, so he's obviously in good form.
For example, while performing bodyweight dips [ILLUSTRATION FOR PHOTO 3 OMITTED], athletes often drop rapidly, ignoring the potential strength benefits derived from taking more time to lower their body in good form.
Spoil The Fun has good form over Deauville's straight mile and in testing conditions, but would rate as a surprise winner of this historic race.
GOLF: European number one Padraig Harrington is keen to continue his recent good form and claim the HSBC Champions tournament that gets underway in Shanghai tomorrow.
The Welsh club pulled off a 4-1 win with goals coming from Tim Jones (2), Trent Fowler and Mark Ramage and after 10 straight wins, Cardiff look on good form to get promoted.
It's not good form,'' said Bruce Bradley, assistant registrar of voters.