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softish

(ˈsɒftɪʃ)
adj
rather soft
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Adj.1.softish - somewhat soft
soft - yielding readily to pressure or weight
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Eboracum was completing her hat-trick, having scored in softish ground at Hamilton and York in the space of nine days for Easterby.
A best-priced 7-1 for the Oaks, Punctilious would surely be in the shake-up on softish ground.
The softish ground was against him that day but he still had Saturday rivals Stravinsky and Enrique behind him.
Ferguson admitted it was a "softish" decision, but felt Maddison had made sufficient contact with Butt.
In 1982, Fra Mau won races at Stratford, and Worcester (twice) - all handicap hurdles on softish ground - with PS50 each-way at 16-1, PS100 each-way at 9-4 and PS220 each-way at 6-1.
But that's still 3lb lower than the perch revised as a result of last weekend's effort, and running into a strong pace on softish ground should suit Seb Sanders' mount.
"He has schooled well and is suited by softish ground."
POLAR BEAR (W Haggas) Landed some nice bets at Ayr's Western Meeting.The penny took a little while to drop when Tony Culhane asked Polar Bear to go about his business so there could be more improvement to come, especially on a softish surface.
Sahem opened his Flat account when landing a nine-furlong event at Hamilton on softish ground.
"Their second award looked softish and all the boys said the same thing happened to us at the other end but nothing was given."
"He loved the softish ground today and he should come on even more from this," said Willder.
The softish ground in the Arc probably went against his chances.