farmost

farmost

(ˈfɑːˌməʊst)
adj
farthest, most distant
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The Heath House trainer has been responsible for the likes of French Spice, Helawi, Swagger, Farmost and Far Cry in recent seasons, leaving the handicapper with a king-sized headache.
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FARMOST overcame a nine-month absence gap since his last race to land the pounds 10,000 Bord Gais Handicap at Tramore yesterday for Newmarket trainer Sir Mark Prescott and jockey Seb Sanders.
Colway Ritz showed he was on the way back when a close third to Court Express over an extended mile at Beverley a fortnight ago and is considered on a fair mark for the Redcar race, only 2lb higher, than when beating Mark Prescott's Farmost 12 months ago.
Saturday: Swanbister (Uttoxeter); Farmost (Lingfield).
It is also possible to win a triple-stake "backgammon" if the opponent has not taken any checkers off and has checkers in the farmost quadrant; however, this rarely occurs in practice.
In their last gallop, with Heath House's trusty workhorse Farmost, Pasternak beat Rudimental three-quarters of a length at their Cambridgeshire weights.
We had nine winners last week and I think that's nine winners we've had so far this week,'' said Prescott, currently the winning-most Newmarket trainer, then headed off to Redcar's evening meeting where he registered a double with Moon Shot and Farmost.
Latest William Hill betting: 10-1 Gulf Shaadi, Right Wing, Solar Storm; 16 Consort, Farmost, Lionize, Rock Falcon; 20 Atlantic Desire, Hunters of Brora, Kuala Lipis, Strazo; 25 bar.
Farmost is banned from stall starts in Britain but this race was started by flag, writes Neil O'Donnell.
He is a stone better off with Farmost, who beat him at Wolverhampton last year, and the real advantage is that he's shown how well he goes on this surface," declared the Brighton trainer.
Sir Mark Prescott, the ultimate master-planner, has drawn yet another ace from his hat by running Farmost, banned earlier this month from races started by stalls in Britain, in Ireland this afternoon, writes Graham Green.