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yarraman

(ˈjærəmən)
n, pl -mans or -men
(Animals) Austral a horse
[C19: from a native Australian language]
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Leo mc Pat Flynn's Yarraman, a wM B hav winner at Dundalk back in March, appeals in the Morris Builders DIY Handicap, having shaped with promise when third to Duchess Ravenwaves in Tipperary last Sunday.
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Yarraman 8.45 Dundalk 2pts win Second to Chaparral Dream last time, Yarraman remains on a mark of 44 but can confirm himself an improving sort with a breakthrough performance under Conor Hoban.
Panozzo says: "I raced Industrious with David Hays,she was very good and I sold her as a broodmare for Aus$350.000 to Harry Mitchell of Yarraman Park, who stands I am Invincible.
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PRINCE YARRAMAN (3.15) - owned and trained by Jamie Osborne - is worth an interest as he steps up to a mile after his one-paced second at Southwell over 7f.
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The Gordon orebody is due to be depleted in January 1999, at which time the equipment will be relocated to the Yarraman deposit, at the northern end of the island, at a cost of A$20 million at 1996 prices.
He carried that form over when reverting to hurdles on good ground at Thurles last month, easily accounting for stablemate Yarraman in a maiden hurdle.