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sulky

horse-drawn, ultra-lightweight, single-seater, two-wheeled vehicle used by Standardbreds in races. Called also bike, gig.
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Everyone sulks, but you have to get over it, keep yourself fit as you can - and be ready to snatch that chance.
The Llandudno-born defender said: "I'm not the sort of player who sulks about something like being moved from the senior squad to the Under-21s at the last minute.
Dominique Boeuf, assured of his fourth jockeys' championship, rode a fine race from the front on Mr Dinos, who had two and a half lengths to spare over Sulk at the post.
But she also has momentous news, and when Smithy hears it he's likely to go straight back into sulk mode, or worse.
Sulk knows Longchamp well, having won the Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac last year.
Sulk is no stranger to Longchamp as she won the Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac at the track last October.
finishing third to Islington and Sulk - who were also declared yesterday for the Yorkshire Oaks - in the
Erasing the memory of a dismal performance in the Oaks, Islington placed herself on a completely different level to her nine opponents with a surge of acceleration that took her four lengths clear of her rivals, headed by last season's Prix Marcel Boussac winner Sulk and triple Classic runner- up Quarter Moon.
Suri was seen marching off in a sulk down the street with her soft toys, leaving her mum trailing behind.
The John Gosden-trained Sulk and Grey Pearl, from Gay Kelleway's stable, finished unplaced.
FRANKIE DETTORI, riding on the crest of a wave, conjured a decisive late spurt from the John Gosden-trained Sulk to get the better of Danseuse d'Etoile in a rousing battle for the Prix Marcel Boussac.