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ringsider

(ˈrɪŋˌsaɪdə)
n
someone with a ringside seat or position, for example at a show or a sports game
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Coral Rosebery Handicap Sporting Index (50-30-20-10): 18-21 Rohaani, 12-15 Red Racketeer, 11-14 Divine Gift, 9-12 Royal Island, 8-11 Obrigado, Young Mick, 5-7 Brave Maestro, Dunaskin, Kandidate, 3-5 Artistic Style, Realism, 2-4 Boo, Cherub, Profit's Reality, Ringsider, 1-3 Blue Sky Thinking.
According to an essay by researcher Andrew Cole in a recent edition of the LME's The Ringsider publication, a bottleneck "at the smelter level of the supply chain, due mainly to a large number of maintenance closures" has been a critical pricing factor in recent months.
The Irishman swept up the first three races, booting home a double for his boss Gerard Butler thanks to Compton Bolter and Ringsider and adding True Night for David Nicholls.
At Chester, Eddie Ahern could do nothing wrong in the first three races on the card as he booted home a 279-1 treble, thanks to Compton Bolter and Ringsider for his boss Gerard Butler plus True Night for David Nicholls, in front of a crowd that topped 26,000.
The article is reprinted from The Ringsider, October 2002, courtesy of the LME.
Held-up Blue Sky Thinking, Boo, Bravo Maestro, Obrigado, Ringsider, Rohaani
Coral bet: 11-4 Rohaani, 6-1 Royal Island, Divine Gift, 15-2 Red Racketeer, 10-1 Obrigado, 12-1 Dunaskin, Young Mick, 14-1 Bravo Maestro, Realism, 20-1 Kandidate, 22-1 Cherub, Profit's Reality, 25-1 Boo, Ringsider, Artistic Style, 40-1 Blue Sky Thinking.
40) can further improve his excellent course record, while Ringsider (2.
This article originally appeared in The Ringsider, a periodical produced for the London Metal Exchange.
Ahern could do nothing wrong in the first three races, booting home Compton Bolter and Ringsider for his boss Gerard Butler, along with True Night for David Nicholls, in front of a crowd that topped 26,000.
Ringsider, who may not have stayed a mile and a half at Wolverhampton, loves a turning track and it will be interesting to see how he performs in a first-time tongue tie and cheekpieces.
Ringsider was jockey Lisa Jones first winner at Glorious Goodwood and the partnership can give Invasian most to do.