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Ornate was disappointing when last seen in the Nunthorpe but likes Beverley having won here back in June.
The released lobster is also the heaviest ornate spiny lobster caught in Taitung in recent years.
Ornate Gardens was founded by Wayne Farmer in the late 1980s and originally manufactured Victorian-style cast-iron lamps and water features.
Back in his days with William Haggas, Ornate was a classy operator and signed off his first campaign with a second-place finish in the Flying Childers at Doncaster.
Popular sprinter Take Cover retired after finishing gallant second at Newbury "I'm chuffed to bits with him off that weight, having run just three days ago," Griffiths said of Ornate, who has raced for the Kings Road Racing Partnership since being bought for 110,000gns at Newmarket in 2017.
The Zetland is famous for its original ornate features and floor-to-ceiling carvings and is listed on the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) website as a "pub with a nationally important historic interior".
ORNATE Gilded chairs surround a massive table in Mugabe's dining room
Previously trained by William Haggas, Ornate's statistics are not especially inspiring, with just one win in 12 outings, but he appears to be running as well as ever for Robert Cowell this term.
There's also an open fireplace with ornate carved mantel piece.
Ornate, decorative lanterns have long added their romantic light and shadow to Moroccan interiors, rustic (or styled to look rustic) coastal balconies in New England, and alluring boudoirs the world over.
Tenders are invited for Chair Ornate With Cushioned.
A year after the 1906 earthquake ravaged San Francisco, the city began to rebuild by erecting ornate structures.