reoppose

reoppose

(ˌriːəˈpəʊz)
vb (tr)
to oppose again
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Rayya and Guineas third Expressiy reoppose, but it's hard to see the form being reversed.
Tim Vaughan's Beshabar was second to Chicago Grey at the Festival and could reoppose.
Karabak was second in the latter of those races, the Long Walk Hurdle, and looks set to reoppose at the Festival for Alan King, who also has former champion hurdler Katchit to call upon.
Tony Martin's charge (right) beat off the challenge of Caracciola to score 12 months ago and the runner-up does reoppose this year.
Having managed no better than sixth when second favourite at Epsom last month, she may now reoppose the runner-up in the Irish Oaks at the Curragh tomorrow week after landing her first Pattern race win in the Lancashire Oaks.
Hedgehunter has to reoppose on 12lb worse terms, but trainer Willie Mullins said: "He won well last year so it's come as no surprise to see what he has to do this time, but it's a big task.
He can reverse that form, should Godolphin's dual Classic winner reoppose today.
The latter could reoppose, but has been disappointing this season and also has the Cheltenham Gold Cup as a Festival alternative.
The John Dunlop-trained Dandoun could reoppose him here, while Aidan O'Brien has left in Hawk Wing and Sahara Desert.
The 2007 Cheltenham Gold Cup hero won this race last year and could take his chance again following his impressive return to action at Down Royal last weekend, while the 2007 runner-up Exotic Dancer could reoppose.
Tony Martin's charge beat off the challenge of Caracciola to score 12 months ago and the runner-up does reoppose this year.
Henry Cecil's Phoenix Tower and John Gosden's Pipedreamer, second and third behind Duke Of Marmalade in the Prince of Wales's Stakes could clash again while Cecil's Multidimensional and Maraahel, who were second and third in the Hardwicke could also reoppose.