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choice

A popular term referring to the freedom to choose, a process that assesses alternative sources of information and options.
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Job done Good breeding has never guaranteed success, and connections of many choicely bred fillies wait in vain for the win that can add considerably to their value as broodmares.
Sir Henry Cecil's choicely bred threeyear-old has scope for further improvement off her relatively low mark and this looks an easier task than the one she faced in higher grade at Sandown last time.
Across the sea Juddmonte, the Aga Khan and Coolmore were clashing head-on in a star-studded Irish Champion Stakes but their choicely bred thoroughbreds are only the tip of a much larger pyramid.
Hodge Podge, a choicely bred youngster, will be buoyed by his victory last time out and is worth taking a chance with to score again in the 11.
The 116-strong catalogue (lot 46 is a non-runner from the original 117) features a host of choicely bred youngsters from such leading breeders as Liam Dowling, Pat Dalton, Sean Bourke, Noel Browne (who sends ten, including the interesting April 15 lot 40 Coolavanny Buck), John Kennedy, PJ Fahy, Brendan Matthews, Reggie Roberts, Lester Power and Gerry Merriman.