BRIAC

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BRIACBehavior Rating Instrument for Autistic Children
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The plan didn't come off, as Beallandendall could only finish third behind the rampant Briac, who was set to run again at Wetherby on Thursday.
In remarks later at Town Hall, Kerry paid tribute to the soldiers and to the people of Saint Briac. He credited them with helping to save heirlooms from his family's estate, Les Essarts.
FFL 1.30 Briac (FR) ...................................
Both men had journeyed to St Briac, but not liking it had moved to Cancale, a fishing village near St Malo, one of the most windswept ports on the coast.
BRIAC (12.50) can repeat last year's win in the conditionals' handicap hurdle.
In the bumper, 4-6 favourite Briac was swamped near the line after looking certain to win and trading at a low of 1.03.
Warm French sunshine With the time now passing midnight and two kids in the back, we decided to check into the Brit Hotel, at St Briac, where despite the name they didn't speak a word of English.
All of which suggests the third, BRIAC, should be monitored closely.
A one-night golfing break staying at the Hotel de Golf St Briac in Brittany starts from just pounds 82 per person including green fee.