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1. After an inch of rain at the racecourse overnight, the going is described as good to soft.
2. The going was heavy at the racecourse.
3. My house backs onto the racecourse.
4. This is a very wide racecourse.
5. Docklands Express pleased connections in a racecourse gallop at Newbury recently.
6. I picked him off Newbury racecourse after he had broken most of his ribs under the flying hooves of his competitors.
7. A stunned silence fell over the racecourse as he lay motionless in the grass while Heraldic galloped on.
8. Dunwoody is hopeful of returning to the racecourse next Tuesday following his lay-off because of a broken bone in his right hand.
9. If Kelly's fall had happened on a racecourse, she would have been sidelined as a matter of course.
10. You'd rather have a day out at York racecourse than at Headingley if truth were known, wouldn't you?
11. Towcester Perhaps most famous today for its Racecourse,(sentencedict.com/racecourse.html) it was originally the Roman town of Lactodorum.
12. Racecourse officials and race starter Capt Keith Brown could also face heavy fines after coming in for stiff criticism.
13. Transport had been arranged to and from the racecourse.
14. It's the fourth time the Northampton Racecourse Park has hosted the event.
15. There have been racecourse stations, such as Newbury Racecourse and Aintree.
16. This is Worcester Racecourse and also on the riverside, the County Cricket ground.
17. He confirmed his good looks on the racecourse and hacked up.
18. My main complaint is that we can't go out on the racecourse anymore.
19. It can be used to encourage competition on a racecourse and, by inversion, to reduce aggression in public places.
20. The placid and sensible character of the beginner's cob would be unsuitable for the racecourse, for example.
21. The accident happened on Thirsk Road at the junction with Racecourse Lane.
22. Hostilities however were in abeyance during arrival at the racecourse, disrobing, hair-tidying and first drinks.
23. Twelve miles away at Goodwood, you can visit the racecourse, stately home,(sentencedict.com) and country park.
24. Bregawn's temperament got the better of him the following season, and on his racecourse appearances he displayed increasing sourness.
25. Instead of getting on with the business of making toilet water, he spent his time on the racecourse and worse.
26. There is no cutting-off in Degas's earliest pictures of racecourse scenes.
27. He hadn't expected to see the girl on a racecourse so soon after Ascot.
28. We wish him a swift recovery and look forward to his return to the racecourse.
29. In April 1990, Sergeant Norton was acquitted of the alleged rape of an 18 year old girl at Cheltenham racecourse.
30. Burglars strike: Police are investigating a break-in at a house in Racecourse Lane, Ripon.
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