Chartreux


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Chartreux

(ʃɑːˈtrɜː; French ʃartrø)
n, pl -treux (-ˈtrɜː; French -trø)
(Breeds) a breed of sturdy cat with short dense woolly fur
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You were walking one day behind the Chartreux, when it would have been better if you had been elsewhere.
Turn Chartreux or Trappist, and relate your secrets, but, as for me, I do not like any one who is alarmed by such phantasms, and I do not choose that my servants should be afraid to walk in the garden of an evening.
"Ah, my dear fellow, excuse me; I am lodged like a Chartreux. But what are you looking for?"
Kempton is a track for specialists and the stats strongly favour course winners, so we don't want to know Rocky Creek, Godsmejudge, The Rainbow Hunter, Easter Day, Renard or Chartreux.
Hill: 5 Easter Day, 6 Fox Appeal, 10 Le Reve, 12 Chartreux, Rolling Aces, Tap Night, 14 Ardkilly Witness, Dogora, Rajdhani Express, Rocky Creek, Triangular, 16 bar.
GARRY OWEN NEWSBOY 12.25 DAYDREAMER RACE TO GLORY 1.00 COCKTAILS AT DAWN COCKTAILS AT DAWN 1.35 KINGSCOURT NATIVE KINGSCOURT NATIVE 2.10 BALDER SUCCES BALDER SUCCES 2.40 TEA FOR TWO (NAP) WARRANTOR 3.15 MIDNIGHT APPEAL CHARTREUX 3.45 FIRST MOHICAN SLEEPY HAVEN GARRY'S DOUBLE: TEA FOR TWO (NAP) & RETURN SPRING (3.35 WARWICK) SOFT (Heavy on bend adjacent to lake) (GoingStick: Chase 4.0, Hurdle 3.7) LIVE ON CH4: 2.10, 2.40, 3.15 ; RACING UK: 12.25, 1.00, 1.35, 3.45 1st-TIME BLINKERS/VISOR/CHEEKPIECES: 2.40 Heath Hunter, Sporting Boy Value At Risk (10-12), 7 CHAPEL GARDEN (btn 63l) (10-12, Aidan Coleman) behind,
Today's bets Ballyallia Man 2.20 Wincanton 1pt win Chartreux 2.50 Wincanton 2pts win Change The Subject 7.00 Wolverhampton 1pt each-way WRAP up warm, there's an ice age coming.
Johnson was soon on his feet, as was Fingal Bay, and the pair continued to the finish on foot as Chartreux lifted the prize.
DAVID PIPE'S Chartreux (2.00) should make a winning debut over fences at Hereford today.
Thursday's Pertemps Final should see a bold bid from Pipe's lightly-weighted Chartreux. The six-year-old is unexposed after just a handful of runs and he shaped really well when third to Ashkazar over course and distance.
Off just 2lb lower at the weekend, and running over three miles for the first time, the David Johnson-owned gelding charge stayed on determinedly under Timmy Murphy to beat stablemates Junior and Chartreux.