v. t.1.To act the lord over.
2.To address by the title of "lord".
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A possible stamina limitation is a concern since he appeared to be outstayed by Steel Park at Wexford and by Belord at Limerick, but today's opposition looks weak, and it should help his cause that two of his principal rivals are coming back to the track after a lengthy absence.
And, in the divisions of the Mc-Carthy Insurance Group Maiden Hurdle, Eoghan O'Grady's THE BOOK THIEF and Limerick faller BELORD, representing Edward O'Grady, appeal.
CHELTENHAM PREDICTIONS (Day One): 2pm Amaretto Rose 2.35pm My Way de Solzen 3.15pm (Smurfit-Kappa Champion Hurdle) 1 BRAVE INCA 2 Hardy Eustace 3 Detroit City 4pm NewAIco 4.40pm SpotThedifference 5.20pm Belord (e/w)
cheltenham: 2.00 Amaretto Rose, 2.35 Buena Vista, 3.15 Detroit City (nap), 4.00 New Alco, 4.40 Heads Onthe Ground, 5.20 Belord.
The closing Fred Winter Juvenile Novices' Hurdle (5.20) can go to O'Grady's Belord.
He takes his chance with a lot more hope than confidence behind him." John Joe Walsh, trainer of Belord "The horse who ran third behind him when he won his maiden in November has won since, so that is encouraging.
The rest of the Thurles card looks tricky, although the Michael O'Brien-trained AGAMARD, successful on the all-weather at Dundalk and runner-up to Baltiman at Cork recently, is preferred to higher-rated BELORD in the Moycarkey Maiden Hurdle.
In the Fred Winter Juvenile Novices' Handicap Hurdle the last two winners have been 40-1 and 20-1 and Irish raider Belord is worth an each-way interest.
Others to score highly include Lancetto, Casey Top, Call The Police, Capellanus and Belord.
Winner of a flat maiden at Fairyhouse, this filly faded after making a mistake at the second last flight to finish third behind Add Wings and Belord in a similar maiden hurdle over this course and distance last month.
The John Kierans-owned Belord was having his third run for the stable since arriving from Edward O'Grady's during the summer, and early signs are that he is very much enjoying the change of scenery after bolting up here under Kevin Coleman in the second of the 2m maiden hurdles on the card.