thrush nightingale

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Noun1.Thrush nightingale - large nightingale of eastern Europethrush nightingale - large nightingale of eastern Europe
thrush - songbirds characteristically having brownish upper plumage with a spotted breast
genus Luscinia, Luscinia - nightingales
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There was a close finish to the 3m handicap chase when Winsley Hill, under a fine ride from Daryl Jacob, collared Sprosser at the last .
Sprosser must have had Oliver Sherwood pulling what is left of his hair out last season.
SPROSSER can give a resurgent Oliver Sherwood victory in the opening totesport betXtra Handicap Chase (2.
At Wetherby, Oliver Sherwood can maintain his fine run of form with SPROSSER (2.
The six-year-old was unlucky to have bumped into a smart one at Fakenham in the shape of Sprosser but should consistently pay his way in the chasing game.
Sprosser had not won for nearly two years, but he put that right in the 3m novice hurdle as he responded well to Leighton Aspell's driving to see off Ordelia by four and a half lengths.