curagh

curagh

(ˈkʌrəx; ˈkʌrə)
n
(Nautical Terms) a variant spelling of currach
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But Michael Halford's consistent, 90-rated Ice Canyon - collared late by Holistic Approach ( found to be coughing after flopping at Leopardstown on Sunday) at the Curagh last time when he had subsequent winner and Group 3-placed Spirit Of Valor in third - sets a decent standard in the sixfurlong maiden.
Diamond Necklace was the only filly in the field when last of five to Fracas in a Listed race at the Curagh a fortnight ago.
The curaghs and spinning-wheels, the tiny wooden barrels that are still much used in the place of earthenware, the homemade cradles, churns, and baskets, are all full of individuality, and being made from materials that are common here, yet to some extent peculiar to the island, they seem to exist as a natural link between the people and the world that is about them.