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Paas

(pahz),
H.R., 20th-century German physician. See: Paas disease.
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But the spokesman claimed he was too busy to comment on patients from Naas Hospital attending Blackrock Clinic.
This filly bumped into a couple of smart fillies since winning her maiden at Leopardstown in April, finishing second to Jazzi Top in Newmarket's Pretty Pollybefore proving no match for dual Group 1 winner Pleascach in the Blue Wind (Group 3) at Naas in May.
Stowaway Forever 4.15 Naas 1pt win The other wager that appeals on the Naas card is Stowaway Forever in the 2m handicap hurdle.
There is something for everyone at Naas and you get the feeling they want you to enjoy your day and, more importantly, appreciate your custom.
Spokesman Derek Reilly said: "The levels of overcrowding and staff shortages at Naas General Hospital are now the worst in the hospital's history."
Although he was well beaten in that Naas race, Noel Meade has long held him in high regard and the six-year-old receives a useful 5lb from Taaffe's horse.
Lyons was responding to comments made on Sunday by Cantillon at the official opening of a new two-tier building at Naas called The Circle, where he expressed a wish that Horse Racing Ireland allocated fixtures and races on merit rather than tradition.
Earlier, the well-touted Ballydoyle colt Cougar Mountain lived up to the hype on his belated debut in the New BBQ Format At Naas Maiden, stretching clear to beat 87-rated Monsieur Power by five and a half lengths.
Cantillon, who was speaking at the official opening of Naas's new two-tier building, named The Circle, built as part of a €3.2 million Horse Racing Ireland Capital Development Scheme, also proposed the Flying Five Stakes as a suitable race to give Naas a first Group 1 Flat event.
And a mile and a quarter is her right trip." Earlier, the well-touted Ballydoyle colt Cougar Mountain lived up to the a e for for he t hype on his belated debut in the New BBQ Format At Naas Maiden, stretching clear to beat 87-rated Monsieur Power by five and a half lengths.
RACECOURSE manager Tom Ryan believes the €1.7 million feature building at Naas, which officially opens on Sunday, will bring the track closer to becoming one of Ireland's premier racecourses.
Michael Halford's threeyear-old filly beat one of her rivals, Kernoff, in a Dundalk maiden in November and proved her potential with an excellent three-year-old debut in a recent sprint handicap in Naas.