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marauding

A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term for raiding, looting, plundering, taking by force.
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Lightning struck in the same place twice for Mike Sowersby, who followed-up his success of 12 months ago with Our Kris when Maraud clinched the long-distance handicap hurdle under a sterling ride from Crowley.
Sowersby was reluctant to predict that the unpredictable Maraud would supplement this success, but added: "Our Kris, who was just the same, went on and won again.
A decent juvenile last season, Maraud has not run up to his best this term, but went well enough over a trip too sharp for him on his last start at Catterick.