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clouding

/cloud·ing/ (klowd´ing) loss of clarity.
clouding of consciousness  a lowered level of consciousness marked by loss of perception or comprehension of the environment, with loss of ability to respond properly to external stimuli.

clouding

(klowd′ing)
1. Making, becoming, or being unclear or incoherent.
2. Making obscure or indistinct.
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Andre Fabre has let it be known Cloudings had been working well with Peintre Celebre on the gallops and his colt has attracted a bundle of cash this past week.
Crack Gallic jockey Olivier Peslier has jumped off Benny The Dip to ride Cloudings for Andre Fabre.
Cloudings landed the Prix Lupin at Longchamp in May which looks quite respectable after the subsequent effort of the Lupin fourth Astarabad, third in Sunday's French Derby.
Ian Wassell of Ladbrokes said: "Despite trying to keep Cloudings on our side after Peintre Celebre's victory yesterday our customers have also taken the hint and been keen to join in the gamble on the French colt.
He will join Busy Flight, Cloudings and Witness Box at Old Road Stud.
The daughter of Cloudings is brought back to a track where she has posted one win and four placings from eight starts in a bid to reinvigorate her career after an unsuccessful spell on turf.
Among the well-related individuals to be offered for sale are Alinea, a Kingmambo half-sister to Group/Grade 2 winners Via Borghese, Miswaki Tern and El Angelo, in foal to Mull Of Kintyre; Cloud Hill, a Danehill half-sister to Group 1 runner-up High And Low, in foal to the recently deceased Inchinor; Fineline, a daughter of Sadler's Wells out of Group 3 winner Tenuous, in foal to Zamindar; Les Trois Lamas, a Machiavellian half-sister to Group 1 scorer Cloudings, in foal to Peintre Celebre; and this year's Group 3 Prix de Psyche heroine Commercante, by Marchand de Sable.
CLOUDINGS, who won the 1997 Prix Lupin for Sheikh Mohammed and Andre Fabre, has been bought by Shade Oak Stud in Shropshire.