dollarbird

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dollarbird

(ˈdɒləˌbɜːd)
n
(Animals) a bird, Eurystomus orientalis, of S and SE Asia and Australia, with a round white spot on each wing: family Coraciidae (rollers), order Coraciiformes
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The Arundel yard could also hit the mark with Dollar Bird in the NGK Spark Plugs Handicap (3.
Travelling well enough for a long way, Dream Quest led the field five furlongs from home, but although she battled on, could not hold Film Script and Dollar Bird.
The Queen's colours were carried by two fillies in the Oaks Trial and it was her Film Script who got the better of a protracted battle with the John Dunlop-trained Dollar Bird to win the contest by half a length.
Dunlop, who also took the next Haydock race with Starry Night, went on to complete an across-the-card treble when Dollar Bird landed the EBF Maiden Fillies'' Stakes at Nottingham.
Fanfare ended a frustrating run of bad luck for Gerard Butler when she came with a perfectly timed run under Kevin Darley to land the Turf Club Rated Handicap in a tight finish with Dollar Bird and Cover Up.
Beaten at Royal Ascot, Film Script had won the Oaks Trial at Lingfield when beating Dollar Bird.
At Nottingham, Dollar Bird (10-1) squeezed home by a short head for Dunlop and jockey Gary Carter and the same combination were on top again when Badaayer - another 10-1 chance - put the seal on a memorable day for the Arundel trainer.
Besides Petrushka, current Airlie-bred runners include Coventry Stakes winner CD Europe, Dollar Bird, Forbearing, King's Mill, Mana-Mou Bay, Selking and Firecrest (by Darshaan), who is in the Listed Aphrodite Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday.
His hopes that Three Points might be a derby horse were destroyed at Chester but Dollar Bird, who looks to be the second choice behind Dream Quest, can than make up for that disappointment.
Finally, Dollar Bird can take the Unigate Foodservice Lancashire Oaks (3.
Representing the Vodafone Oaks form are Solaia, who finished seventh to Love Divine at Epsom, Dollar Bird (eighth) and So Precious (14th).
The Vodafone Oaks looks a competitive affair this year, but, with only one Group 1 winner-Teggiano-in the field, it could pay to take a chance on John Dunlop's lively outsider Dollar Bird.