shadow roll


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shadow roll

a thick roll of material, usually sheepskin, worn on the nose band of a bridle while racing to avoid having the horse shy at a shadow on the ground.
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Motion is considering using the shadow roll in the Queen Anne after Animal Kingdowm was reportedly spooked by a worn patch of grass near the finish line during his May 29 workout at Royal Ascot.
Hollywood Park announcer Vic Stauffer cried after the two noses, Ace Blue's poking out of a white hood, Lava Man's under a pink shadow roll, hit the wire.
Shadow Roll, placed in Listed company as a juvenile, broke a blood vessel last time.
The daughter of Singspiel travelled well for Willie Supple who sent her past Indy Rose at half way and she soon drew away, staying on well up the hill to score by three lengths from Lady Dominatrix who had four lengths to spare over Shadow Roll.
Officer was still in hand when he surged in mid-turn and pushed his blinkers and green shadow roll in front.
Also sire of French Group 3 winner Spring Oak, while his two-year-olds are led by Group 3 Solario Stakes winner Redback and Sweet Solera third Shadow Roll.
Shadow Roll (91) stepped up on her previous best by close to a stone.
Shadow Roll returns to the track after a two-month absence, having run creditably in a hot maiden at Goodwood.
Cars in show included a 1967 D56 Aston Martin, a 1934 Austin, a 1958 Magnette MG, a 1965 Daimler, a 1976 Silver Shadow Rolls Royce and a 1971 series three Land Rover.
The Silver Shadow Rolls belongs to the owner of Cathedral 73 and was stolen from outside the hotel on Cathedral Road early on Tuesday morning.
The Silver Shadow Rolls belongs to the owner of Cathedral 73 and was stolen from outside the Cathedral Road hotel in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Cars from yesteryear and around the world will be on show, including a 1967 D56 Aston Martin, a 1934 Austin, a 1958 Magnette MG, a 1965 Daimler, a 1976 Silver Shadow Rolls Royce and a 1971 series 3 Land Rover.