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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Astute Missile, who suffered a broken hock in a Hove trial during his preparations for the Select Stakes in July, was given a 240m handslip, while Droopys Acrobat won his twodog 285m trial in 16.
Urban Splash associate director Emily Handslip said: "Beyond the obvious attractions such as the design of the building and its location on a main arterial route, there are a lot of positives for occupiers here.
In her book 50 Greatest-Ever Sandwiches, Carol Handslip, who has worked as a food stylist on several television series, shows how to create fresh and mouthwatering sandwiches that are perfect for parties, picnics, lunches or snacks, including sandwiches designed specially for children.
Parents suffering an outbreak of Dalmatian fever among their own, two-legged, litter can attain sainthood by cooking them this fabulous cake, specially devised for Personal by cake expert Carole Handslip.
We just started giving him some home work this week with a handslip on the gallop on Wednesday and he'll have another next week ahead of his first trial back, which will be on Saturday, July 30 all being well.
Carol Handslip, who has been responsible for the food styling on several television series, shows how to create fresh and mouthwatering sandwiches that are perfect for parties, picnics, lunches or snacks, including sandwiches designed specially for children.
Urban Splash's head of lettings Emily Handslip said: "We are delighted to have welcomed another wave of occupiers to Fort Dunlop.
Dr Peter Handslip, medical director of the local Arden Cancer Network, said 'WHIRLWIND': Philippa Bleeck many patients suffered symptoms for several months before seeing their doctors.
Fort Dunlop owner Urban Splash has appointed associate director Emily Handslip as its national head of lettings.
Dr Peter Handslip, medical director of George Eliot Hospital, said the trust had carried out a "thorough review" of its data but this had not been reflected in the study.
He returned to the track at Towcester recently with first a handslip and then a sprint trial having broken a hock at Monmore last summer but Daly said yesterday: "He showed a reaction to the hock injury within 30 minutes of his first trial back and although walking soundly enough the following day, Stefano has found soft tissue damage.
Dr Peter Handslip, medical director of the Arden Cancer Trust and respiratory physician at George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust, said: "If you have a cough that lasts over three weeks and you don't know why, it's important to make an appointment and visit your doctor as soon as you can.