race off

race off

vb
(tr, adverb) informal Austral to entice (a person) away with a view to seduction
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All he had to do was to race off to his consignees and stop payment of the towage bill before Falk had the time to get in and lift the money.
The first race off at 2pm is sponsored by Robin Lees under his Newcastle Arms Hotel in Coldstream banner.
The national sporting authority in this country can call the race off.
Soon back on an even keel, he finished his race off well, closing all the way to the line for a close third, beaten less than a length.
Arbor Supreme gets in the race off 10st 3lb and the massive 10lb he receives from The Midnight Club could well be decisive.
The presence of the 2007 race winner and subsequent Gold Cup hero means an array of top horses race off virtual featherweights in the three-mile heat.
His progression means the handicapper has been unable to keep up with him and while he should be racing off a mark of 105 on Saturday week, he will actually race off just 96.
He is not quite the force of old, there is no denying that, but his last victory came at Haydock in a Listed race off 105.
If anything can coax Harris Bay back to winning form, it could be the opportunity to race off a very lenient mark over hurdles and he certainly gets that chance here - Harris Bay is rated 140 over fences, but races off a tasty 105 here.
Lava Man came into the race off a two-length victory in the Sunshine Millions Turf at Santa Anita on Jan.
The all-important Race Off and Final take place at Reading's Smallmead Stadium and both events promise a night of thrilling, world-class racing.
His father is obsessed with an ancient family feud, which Carlton has always discounted, but when Dad is kidnapped, Carlton must race off to Scotland to save him.