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chorist

(ˈkɒrɪst)
n
1. (Music, other) a person who sings in a choir or a chorus
2. (Music, other) a person who takes part in the singing of the chorus of a song
3. a person who is part of the Ancient Greek dramatic chorus
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Like her illustrious sibling, Chorist, Rock Choir is trained by William Haggas and he has taken a patient approach with what is a progressive filly.
RockchoiRhassofarfailedtolive up to the exploits of her Group onewinning sister chorist, but she can take the next step up the ladder with Listed success at Salisbury.
ROCK CHOIR has so far failed to live up to the exploits of her Group One-winning sister Chorist, but she can take the next step up the ladder with Listed success at Salisbury.
The trainer's Sun Central finished second to Sir Michael Stoute's runner at Ascot last time and Haggas also trained Gospel Choir's dam Chorist.
Some people, like 40-year-old chorist Angele Yala, say they get "spiritual motivation" from the musical sessions.
Another eye-catching entry is the Sir Michael Stoutetrained Hymnsheet, a full sister to Group 1 winner Chorist.
British raider Chorist took the race 12 months ago and the Michael Jarvis-trained New Morning, conqueror of North Light in the Brigadier Gerard Stakes, is likely to be a very popular selection in this year's renewal.
Although he failed to make the frame at Royal Ascot or Glorious Goodwood, he bounced right back to form at Headquarters to beat Chorist by two and a half lengths, and hopes were high that he would stay in training.
The son of Alhaarth, who travelled supremely well throughout, had twoand-a-half lengths to spare over Chorist at the line with Azamour running on for third, a further length back.
While the colt's rivals floundered in the testing ground the 12/1 winner zoomed home by two-and-a-half lengths from Chorist, with Azamour one length away third.
Winner of the 2000 Guineas back in May, the Barry Hills-trained colt hit the front a furlong and a half out as the brave front-running mare Chorist finally gave way.
Coral: 11-4 Azamour, 4 Doyen, 11-2 Lucky Story, 6 Mister Monet, 9 Refuse To Bend, 10 Haafhd, 12 Norse Dancer, 16 Chorist, Mubtaker, 25 bar Johnston was the man to follow at Ayr yesterday with a cracking 43-1 double courtesy of Winged D'argent (7-1) and 9-2shot King's Account while Ian Semple scored with Kames Park (16-1) and Dick Allan was on the mark with 9-2 chance Fiddlers Creek .