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MARAUDER. One who, while employed in the army as a soldier, commits a larceny or robbery in the neighborhood of the camp, or while wandering away from the army. Merl. Repert. h.t.

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Although the ground was officially soft at Sedgefield, the times throughout the card suggest that heavy would have been a better description and, in the circumstances, Maraud didn't run at all badly to finish fourth in what was a fair handicap.
Crowley, taking his score for the season to seven winners, scored on Maraud and the Martin Todhunter-trained pair Acajou and Moonlight Venture, giving each of his mounts excellent assistance.
Another with the ground in his favour is Maraud in the Sandbeck Motors Handicap Hurdle (4.50).