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happiness

(hăp′ē-nĕs) [ME.]
A subjective sense of well-being. A bright and positive outlook toward life.
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EDDIE Lynam hopes to celebrate his 37th birthday three days early in some style by winning the Gladness Stakes at the Curragh on April 11.
O'Brien was out of luck at the Curragh last Sunday but he should not go away empty-handed even if he does not win the Gladness.
Trainer David Pinder signed for a Kyllachy half-sister to Gladness Stakes winner Millennium Force (above)
O'Brien said: "The plan is for him to goto the Curragh for the Gladness, and Castle Gandolfo will probably go to Lingfield now.
O'Brien has used the Gladness as a stepping stone for such top-class colts as Desert King and Giant's Causeway in the past.
The weekend before Royal Ascot, O'Brien brought Gladness to the stud.
They had clearly seen who they were, a clarity of identity that came from and led back to their deep gladness.
The first session focuses on horses in training and eyecatching lots on offer include Jim Bolger's Group 1 winner Loch Garman (lot 87), last year's Group 3 Gladness Stakes winner Flight Risk (86) and Listed scorer Radanpour (95).
Access to the Gladness Beer Garden (Gladness is also available at other bars within the venues)
DUE DILIGENCE can making a successful return to action in the Group 3 Big Bad Bob Gladness Stakes at the Curragh this afternoon.
Consul General in Istanbul Mirlan Arstanbek expressed his gladness that the consulate office has increased.
The price is always huge and this our continuous cause," added Bassil, expressing his gladness to see the Mloula Sisters set free after paying the price for their mission.