batswing

batswing

(ˈbætswɪŋ)
adj
in the form of the wing of a bat
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It leaves the skin softer and makes the hairs easier to shave off - Batswing
And the move can work in favour of Batswing, who will appreciate the stiff finish and rain-softened ground at the Esher course.
Venetia Williams, successful with Sonevafushi and Noisetine at Warwick, sent out the middle leg of an across-the-card treble when Jarro outbattled Batswing to take the two-mile handicap chase.
Murphy and Adrian Maguire can also land the novice chase with Ernest William (2.20), who could be value against Batswing and Chaos Theory.
GEORDIE Brian Ellison is nobody's fool and there is no way he is making the long journey from Malton to Sandown with Batswing today just to view the M25.
Batswing buoyed the ambitious Brian Ellison ahead of the Cheltenham Festival when securing a narrow victory at Doncaster yesterday.
'Dean has ridden Batswing for Carte Diamond's owners in the past and I think he will have a good ride tomorrow.
Northern challengers Batswing, Haditovski and Reggie Buck look to have this between them and I prefer the chances of the latter.
Batswing can make a triumphant return to Doncaster today.
Ellison, who also won the race with Batswing in 2000, was glad to see his judgement vindicated.
She is unlucky not to have added to her two wins so far this term while Brian Ellison tells me last year's November Handicap hero Batswing has been lightly campaigned with this as end-of-season target once again.
Robert Winston on 14-1 shot Batswing (right), holding off a challenge from Steve Drowne on Carlys Quest to take Doncaster's Scoop6 November Handicap on the last day of the 2000 Flat Turf season