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brickfielder

(ˈbrɪkˌfiːldə)
n
a hot wind in parts of Australia, originally applied to a wind which blew over Sydney carrying dust from the neighbouring Brickfields sand hills
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WHAT'S common to Brickfielder, Khamsin and Harmattan?
Conditions at Warwick are also likely to be far more forgiving for Brickfielder, who has been dropped 3lb in the ratings since Haydock.
BRICKFIELDER should thrive for the step back up to seven furlongs at Warwick.
BRICKFIELDER can reap handsome dividends for a return to seven furlongs at Warwick.
WARWICK: 2.10 Choc[acute accent]A[acute accent]Moca, 2.40 Al Doha, 3.10 Asifa, 3.40 Pizzetti, 4.10 Light Burst, 4.40 BRICKFIELDER (NAP), 5.10 Final Liberation, 5.45 Poor Prince.
WARWICK: 2.10 Choc 'A'Moca, 2.40 Al Doha, 3.10 Asifa, 3.40 Pizzetti, 4.10 Light Burst, 4.40 BRICKFIELDER (NAP), 5.10 Final Liberation, 5.45 Poor Prince.