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purebred

(pyo͝or′brĕd′)
adj.
Of or relating to an animal having both parents of the same breed or variety.
n. (pyo͝or′brĕd′)
A purebred animal.

purebred

progeny derived from at least several generations of animals of the same breed.

purebred herds
herds (or flocks) composed of purebred animals. Not necessarily registered animals. Distinct from crossbred herds.
purebred pedigree
pedigree of a purebred animal.
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Cecil can also be on the mark earlier on the card with another well-bred filly, Namaste, in the second division of the Hambleton Maiden Stakes.
She steps up a furlong here but that should not prove a problem and she may well go off a decent price as David Loder runs the well-bred newcomer With Reason.
The well-bred Willie Mullins newcomer Riltree could be worth siding with in the bumper.
Despite looking clueless, DUBAI HILLS showed a hint of ability behind Uramazin at Nottingham first time up, and Bryan Smart's well-bred colt is expected to step up on that effort in the six-furlong maiden (4.
She is a very well-bred filly, which gives us optimism that she will make up into a nice enough three-year-old.
Roger Varian, assistant to trainer Michael Jarvis, said: 'Reem One is a very well-bred filly and it is pleasing that she has won a race.
Cecil can also be on the mark with another well-bred filly, Namaste, in the Hambleton Maiden Stakes.
What does a well-bred balletomane do in a strange town over Christmas?
The opening John Gordon Chemists Spinal Injuries Association Maiden Stakes can go to the well-bred Love In Seattle.
This well-bred youngster has been running well and his third to Queen's Love at Gowran last time out puts him in here with a winning chance.
30 Ayr SP forecast Evens Well-bred son of Cheveley Park winner Embassy who made a promising debut when second behind the potentially smart War Department in a 6f maiden at Leicester last month.