Sailor King

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Noun1.Sailor King - King of England and Ireland; son of George III who ascended the throne after a long naval career (1765-1837)
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The West Sussex town was plain Bognor until it was awarded the Latin suffix by sailor king George V after he recovered from illness there in 1929.
Many races at Lingfield are won by the horse who can produce the best turn of foot in the closing stages, and Sailor King ran a very fast last two furlongs when winning there last month.
Preference is for the Dean Ivory-trained SAILOR KING, who demonstrated a telling turn of foot last month.
The team of trainer Dean Ivory and apprentice James O'Reilly continues to thrive as they followed a Kempton winner the previous night with success from Sailor King in the 7f handicap, denying last year's winner Super Frank, who stumbled away his chances out of the stalls.