hawkit

hawkit

(ˈhɔːkɪt)
adj
(Zoology) Scot (of animals) having a white streak or spots on the face
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ROOKIE pilot Martin Lane can bolster his burgeoning reputation by steering Hawkit to victory at Hamilton.
Monteith, who also saddles Hawkit and Solis in the 1m3f event, said: "Circus Clown came to me from Ian Semple, but he was very backward last season and it has taken him time to grow up.
Paul Mulrennan looked to have sustained serious injuries in his fall from Hawkit but miraculously walked away - but Fanning, who came off All In The Red, was not so lucky.
Slipped The fall triggered a pile-up behind - with All In The Red, Talk Of Saafend, Hawkit, Northside Prince and Whipma Whopma Gate hitting the ground.
Balwearie slipped just after coming off the home turn and as a result there was carnage in behind with All In The Red, Talk Of Saafend, Hawkit, Norrthside Prince and Whipma Whopma Gate hitting the ground in a flurry of flying hooves, while Neon Blue slipped up separately giving Amy Ryan no chance of staying on board.
Two all weather cards and there's a good word for HAWKIT in the 2.
Monteith said: "The horse did it well and he liked the ground, and Hawkit has run a good race for us in third - he will win this season.
Balwearie slipped after the home turn and as a result All In The Red, Talk Of Saafend, Hawkit, Northside Prince and Whipma Whopma Gate were all brought down, while Neon Blue slipped up separately.
All In The Red, Talk Of Saafend, Hawkit, Northside Prince and Whipma Whopma Gate hit the ground in a flurry of flying hooves, while Neon Blue slipped up separately, giving Amy Ryan not the slightest chance of staying on board.
Apparently some so far unnamed international bank, which chartered a 90ft yacht for the week at a cost of pounds 150,000, is desperately trying to hawkit around the market place, fearful about what it might say about its battered image.
The Christmas Hurdle field is completed by the Howard Johnson-trained Akilak, who unseated his rider behind Harchibald at Cheltenham, Emma Lavelle's duo Cloudy Grey and Self Defense, Fighting Fifth second Royal Shakespeare, the novice Natal and outsider Hawkit.
Monteith said: "He did it well and he liked the ground, and Hawkit has run a good race for us in third - he will win before the end of the season.