trappy

trappy

(ˈtræpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
having many traps
Translations

trappy

adj (+er) ground etctückisch
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30) can shade a trappy opener for Jane Chapple-Hyam.
Course specialist Lochnell and veteran Buffalo Ballet head the entries for a trappy 2m 4f novices' chase.
The Galileo filly was a narrow fourth in a trappy renewal of the May Hill at Doncaster last week and can build on that fine effort back in Group 3 company.
The other two Crayford events starting tonight, the Guys & Dolls and Kent Cesarewitch, both look trappy but the BAPP Group of Companies Scurry at Belle Vue could be a play event.
In a trappy opening to the Grand National card, Ubak ran a cracker when third in Cheltenham's Coral Cup and poses the chief threat, with Rock The Kasbah and Long House Hall also capable of making their presence felt.
TRUST in the wisdom of the lucky acca pin, and have a fun-stakes stab at a trappy European qualifier coupon.
Is this yet another consequence of the cuts we have so called "voted for", by answering trappy questionnaires from the council?
Tomorrow's card looks typically trappy but there looks to be a couple of punts at the back end of the meeting.
CAPTAIN Chris is the cautious selection in what looks a potentially trappy Betfair Ascot Chase.
This is quite a trappy five-runner affair but the Saeed bin Suroor-runner has shown a reasonable level of ability in three career starts and is 1lb lower than when fourth on his handicap debut last last month.
It may be that a return to a smaller field will also suit and he looks sure to make his presence felt in what is a trappy contest.
The gelding has won or been placed on 15 of the 29 occasions he has faced the judge, which is an impressive record for a horse used to contesting trappy handicaps.