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speedo

(ˈspiːdəʊ)
n, pl speedos
(Automotive Engineering) an informal name for speedometer, odometer
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speedo

n (Brit inf) → Tacho m (inf)
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45 (260m): Just In (Scr), Supernova (1), Powder Keg (2), Portfolio (2), Budgie Smuggler (2), Darcy's Dancer (2).
Jock The Scott, owned by Shaikh Rashid bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, trained by Alan Smith and ridden by Andrew Elliott, was the most comfortable winners among the favourites as it beat Budgie Smuggler by three lengths to win the Consumer & Mortgage Loans Cup for locally bred horses which carried a cash prize of BD1,000.
30 (440m): Budgie Smuggler (Scr), Village Lad (Scr), Brooke's Lass (Scr), Lighting Bolt (2), Blue Blood (5), Brindle Bullet (8).
One-and-half-a-length behind in third place was Budgie Smuggler while Thunder Bolt was another length adrift in fourth.
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Rising Sun, owned by Al Nasseriyeh, trained by Alan Smith and to be ridden by Andrew Elliott, holds a clear edge over Basmaan and Budgie Smuggler to win the race for locally bred horses to be run over 1,800 metres and starting at 2.
The favourite pipped Budgie Smuggler by half-a-length while Reeman was three-fourth-length behind in third place and Adeeba fourth, another length adrift.
Rawi, owned by Sarah Abdulla Kuwaiti, trained by Abdulla Kuwaiti and to be ridden by Gerald Avranche, holds an edge over Budgie Smuggler and Teejan in the race for locally bred horses which carries a cash prize of BD1,000 and to be run over 1,600 metres.
Budgie Smuggler, owned by Al Montasir, trained by Alan Smith and to be ridden by Gary Hind, is the odds-on favourite to win the Opening Day Cup for locally bred horses which carries a cash prize of BD2,000 and to be run over 1,600 metres, starting at 4.
Dalia stunned Budgie Smuggler by one-and-a-half-length while Sunny Side Up was third and Wagami fourth.