Catterick


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Catterick

(ˈkætərɪk)
n
(Placename) a village in N England, in North Yorkshire on the River Swale: site of an important army garrison and a racecourse
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North Colin Russell Indian Pursuit 4.40 Catterick, nap Four-time course-and-distance winner who won this race off a 3lb lower mark last season.
Volunteer Of The Year: Steve Lamb (Cramlington Rockets), Geoff and Michelle Hurst (Gateshead Storm), Rob Jones (Gateshead Storm), Toby Bell (Whitley Bay Barbarians), Emma Smith (Catterick Crusaders), Helen Taylor (Peterlee Pumas).
THE British Forces Resettlement Services (BFRS) is coming back to Catterick for its second careers event next week.
HARRY CATTERICK was among a generation of great managers who were denied the chance to make their names as players by the intervention of the Second World War.
MERIDIAN'S YANKEE Six doubles four trebles and an accumulator: Percussionist (1.50 Catterick, nap), Shrewd Investor (2.20 Catterick, nb), Tilt (2.55 Catterick) and Jim Tango (3.30 Catterick).
Officials at Catterick have one eye firmly on the sky as they monitor the weather ahead of tomorrow's meeting.
Lindsay defended her name after she and a friend were accused of carrying the AIDS virus and sleeping with soldiers based at Catterick Garrison, North Yorks.
CATTERICK CAPERS ON A day when the north stages most of the best fixtures, Catterick puts its best foot forward too with one of its richest races, the PS23,000 totescoop6 Handicap (3.30).
Squads involved were Percy Park Pirates, Blackadders, Yorkshire Thorns, Northumbria University, Catterick Crusaders, Wigan Touch Warriors, Hit N Run, Catterick Touch, Driffield, Nottingham Legends and Manchester Chargers.
e pair, along with others, are alleged to have conspired to "fraudulently evade any duty chargeable" on the goods at Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire, between July 1, 2012, and August 14, 2013.