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Odic force,

n.pr the theorized healing energy that suffuses all life, as described by nineteenth-century scientist Baron Karl Von Reichenberg.
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Fashion design graduate Leah Das, 23, is now well on her way to developing her own ethical brand, ODYLE, having been able to gain funding during her time at The Loft.
McCaffery, Toffan and Gonzalez won the '96 San Felipe with Odyle, but he missed the Derbies with an ankle injury.
Odyle is retired: San Felipe Stakes and Volante Handicap winner Odyle was injured while preparing for the $500,000 Crown Royal Hollywood Derby on Dec.
I claimed him for $32,000 and I moved him up the ladder to run against stakes horses like Odyle and Hesabull in strong maiden fields.
Odyle, the 2-1 second choice, rallied in the stretch to beat Lago by two lengths Sunday in the $130,250 Volante Handicap at the Oak Tree meeting at Santa Anita.
Odyle back on turf: Odyle returns to the turf in today's featured $125,000-added Volante Handicap for 3-year-olds at Santa Anita.
Firm Dancer was fourth, followed by Odyle, Victory Speech and Preakness winner Louis Quatorze.
Last time out, Cavonnier and McCarron led the San Felipe Stakes to mid-stretch before being passed by Odyle and Smithfield, both of whom were injured since then.
11) fractured a sesamoid bone in his left forefoot in a workout Friday and could miss six months to a year; and Odyle (No.
Odyle out: San Felipe winner Odyle is likely to miss the April 6 Santa Anita Derby even though X-rays on the colt's left front ankle were negative and he galloped fluidly Thursday.
Odyle, a laughingstock when his owners insisted he run in big 2- and 3-year-old stakes before breaking his maiden, circled the field and won the $252,400 race by half a length under Corey Nakatani.
Unless the horse is Odyle, a Kentucky-bred son of the great French champion Alleged who is among seven 3-year-olds scheduled to challenge Prince of Thieves in the $250,000 San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita on Sunday.