Grakle

Gra´kle

    (grăk´'l)
n.1.(Zool.) See Grackle.
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The race was won by Grakle at 100/6 HE had retired from a lifetime in the public gaze only months earlier, at the 1964 General Election, and at 90 years old was in failing health.
He trained the Grand National winner three times from that yard (Eremon in 1907, Jenkinstown in 1910 and Grakle in 1931), but when I started training he'd retired and some of his older lads had to find other work.
He was keen early on ( that's why we put the Grakle noseband on this time, to give him every assistance.
He was keen early on - that's why we put the Grakle noseband on this time, to give him every assistance.
He wore a grakle (crossed) noseband when he did a bit of schooling with Joe (Tizzard) the other day.
In the closest approximation the meeting had to the Champion Chase (which was not run until 1959) he headed Grakle, the 1931 Grand National winner, approaching the last and beat him by a length.
Eremon was trained at Hednesford by Tom Coulthwaite, who also won the National with Jenkinstown and Grakle and two National Hunt Chases with Conjuror II and Sir Lindsay.
I left it off today and went back to using the grakle noseband that he wore on the Flat.
Last year's winner Easter Hero is left clear when Gib falls two out to beat the subsequent Grand National winner Grakle by 20 lengths in the Gold Cup, but it is much closer in the Champion Hurdle, with Brown Tony getting home by only a head and a short head.
Few of the winners amounted to much in the long run, but Grakle (1926) and E.
He's a thick-winded horse but fitting him with a Grakle