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stable lad

n
(Horse Racing) a boyor man who looks after the horses in a racing stable
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THE stable lads' canteen at Redcar must offer up some tasty grub.
He could have won the same amount by placing a pounds 5 accumulator, rather than pounds 50, and spent the other pounds 45 on whatever it is that catches the eye of stable lads - usually stable lasses.
The founding father of a stable lads' charity, now known as Racing Welfare, Wilfred also has a street - or to be more accurate a close - Wilfred Sherman Close in Newmarket named after him.
POLICE lined the first three furlongs of the course for the opening race at Newmarket today in case of action by striking stable lads.
Horses parading, heads held high, Stable lads walking at their side Punters, deciding how they will bet Commentators' opinions can be heard overhead Jockeys receiving the last few words of advice Anticipation and excitement rolled into one That's why this race will always be second to none Today I hope my dream will come true I look around And see others are hoping that too.
The agreement between the Stable Lads Association (SLA) and National Trainers Federation (NTF) will result in consolidated rates, which are based on staff working one weekend in two.
Coors regional director Diane Rees said: 'Stable lads and lasses are so often the unsung heroes and heroines of the racing industry, so it's good for their contribution to the success of a winning horse to be recognised.'
STABLE lads are believed to be pocketing large sums of money for "stopping" hot favourites in a sensational new betting scandal.
IWAS elected chief executive of the Stable Lads' Association (SLA) in May 2007.
STABLE lads' union boss Bill Adams has landed a massive 133 per cent pay rise - and infuriated his 6,050 members.
The building will provide new dining facilities and extra overnight accommodation for stable lads.
Later that evening, Mr Plaskitt is also due to visit the Warwick and Royal Leami-ngton Spa squadron of the Air Training Corps at its unit meeting at the Stable Lads Hostel, Warwick Racecourse.