handslip

handslip

a term describing a training method in which a racing Greyhound is urged to chase and then slipped out of its collar by hand. Used in training for moderately fast work short of full galloping and chasing a lure.
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Dr Peter Handslip, medical director of the hospital's trust, said: "We are committed to implementing the 'bare below the elbow' strategy as advised by the government and many of my colleagues have already started to do this.
PETER HANDSLIP is stepping down from his post as medical director at Nuneaton's George Eliot Hospital.
His trainer said: "Greenlough Speed recovered nicely from the injury he got at Sittingbourne and had been galloping really well, but it's always a concern bringing a dog back from such an absence and he's done a gracilis in his first handslip.
Dr Peter Handslip, medical director at the hospital, said he was uncertain when the remaining closed wards would re-open.
Dr Peter Handslip, medical director at the hospital, said: "As has been widely reported nationally, norovirus is virulent within the community which is why we have taken these measures to reduce the chance of it spreading.
Dr Peter Handslip, medical director at the hospital said: "We are keeping the restricted hours, but we will be allowing an extra hour between 3pm and 4pm on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
Toomaline Jack went into the Irish Grand National on the back of just one handslip.
Dr Peter Handslip, the medical director at the George Eliot Hospital, thanked all visitors and everyone else in the community for their patience and support.
Dr Peter Handslip, the medical director at George Eliot, said: "As visitors will understand, we are doing everything we can to reduce the chance of the bug spreading.
At the handover of the cheque and the ventilator are (from left) Dr Christine O'Brien, Dr Peter Handslip, Nigel Kee, patient John Francis,ward manager Wendy Preston and Sharon Adams from Land Rover.
He basically had one handslip and then the rest is what you see on the card.
Dr Peter Handslip, chest consultant and medical director at the hospital, said: "We strongly support any means to assist people in the continued battle to reduce smoking and its attendant health risks in our community.