allcomers

allcomers

(ˈɔːlˌkʌməz)
pl n
all people who want to compete, join or take part, esp in a sporting event, as opposed to members of a specific group(as modifier)
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Burns insisted he would be happy to take on allcomers - including Taylor.
Until we have at least one race that provides a level playing field for allcomers, irrespective of sex or age, we cannot say a three-year-old winner of a race like the Arc is any more than a winner of an all-age Group 1 'handicap'.
Katy's day-glo revolution has a target market in sight put proves a boon for allcomers with sonic textures and attitude that beguile and entrance (Tsunami).
The nine-year-old, trained by Peter Bowen and ridden by his son, Sean, made most of the running and kept allcomers at bay as he captured the last big steeplechase of the season.
And now, his ferocious Carbide has beaten allcomers in the BBC2 competition.
Another rider leading his class is John Price (100-500cc Allcomers & Forgotten Era).
AFTER leading the table from week one, Wavertree Labour swept aside allcomers to clinch their maiden Division One title.
Saif Al Ka'abi beat allcomers to finish first, as Salim Mubarak and Salah Al Amoudi's run timings placed them in second and third.
There was no sign of him throwing anything away at Haydock as the 100-30 shot beat off allcomers headed by bang in-form Menorah.
With a 142 total, she lay three shots off Zach who matched par for 139, and two behind Zachary Bouchou of the United States who carded a 71 in the allcomers race for the coveted Faldo Series Champion's Trophy.
Alger then took on allcomers before adding: "I think I am allowed to say that it was wrong of Luton not to give Crawley a guard of honour in 2010-11.
But Matthew Jenkins booted on after a Ponty fumble and 19-year-old wing Jay Baker beat allcomers for a score that Jones converted.