Racquette

Racket, Racquet, Racquette, Roquet or Racker

 an assembly of high society at a private house, 1745; a popular, noisy or confused group; also the noise made by such a group.
Examples: racquet of mirth and war, 1822; racket of society, 1886.
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Theotherswerethe high-classCanadian-bredGay Apparel,whoalsohasa glittering roll-callof descendantsincludingJosr Algarhoud; No Disgrace, from whomKilfrushbred Pouled'Essaides Poulicheswinner No PassNoSale;Bhama,who producedatrioofstakes winnersonthecontinent, and Oaks third Racquette, a half-sistertoArctique Royale.
In winter, the Midtown Tennis Club and Club La Racquette offer year-round indoor tennis facilities.
Mark Lueker, Director of Advanced Projects, 217 Racquette Dr.
Hardly less important was Racquette, third in an Irish Oaks and dam of a trio of Group 3 winners in Splendid Moment, Grand Chelem and Evening Kiss, and though Le Melody won nothing of note, she did win the only two races she contested, and among her nine successful products was the exceptional stayer Ardross and Group 3 scorer Gesedeh, the grand-dam of continental Group 1 stars Robertico (Deutsches Derby) and Electrocutionist (Gran Premio di Milano).
b f Evening Kiss (ex Racquette, by Ballymore) Premio Bagutta-Gr3
Ali-Royal has a half-sister to tough and very smart Young Buster from a good family (91), Elmaamul a filly out of a sister to Grade 2 winner Posen and smart Graf (35), and King's Theatre a grand-daughter of smart filly and good broodmare Racquette, with even more influential Arctic Melody as third dam (117).
The public will also have immediate access to all water bodies located in Phase 1 for fishing and canoeing including Elm Lake, the Sacandaga River and Racquette River.
Abbey Leix Stud Farm have entered half a dozen, all by speedy sires, including a chesnut daughter (451) of Thatching, whose dam Morning Kiss won twice in France and is half-sister to three Group winners out of Racquette.