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DISTAFFDirecting Staff
DISTAFFDivision Staff
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To-morrow you shall spin, and every day Shall find you at your distaff.
In the distaff side, Group A is composed of Ateneo, Adamson, La Salle and UE while Group B has FEU, NU, UP and UST.
However, she appears to be running back into form at just the right time before being asked to defend her Distaff title.
The Distaff, at 11/8 miles on dirt; the Turf, for older horses, at 11/8 miles; and the Sprint, for older horses at six furlongs, will be held at Gulfstream.
The news is far more promising ahead of Stellar Jayne's tilt at the Distaff.
Washington Post columnist Andrew Beyer observed that Pine Island's fatal breakdown and Fleet Indian's injury in Saturday's Distaff, though not necessarily traceable to the surface, ``may have accelerated'' the move toward synthetics.
One hand is on the centre of the wheel, which has a quite broad rim, and the other appears to be gently feeding the finished thread onto a distaff, which is horizontal.
Not surprisingly, more women than men polled say life is tougher for the distaff side.
Valenzuela has 50-1 long shot Sharp Lisa in the $2 million Distaff, and will ride Courtnall in the $2 million Mile if the horse gets into the overfilled field.
Of the 42 entries made for the stayers' race only five are eligible for the Rest of the World team while just six of the 32 entries in the Distaff race could not be part of the European team.
Procter, who runs Wriggle Valley Thoroughbreds, is launching the scheme, called Distaff Ventures, with Martyn Forrester, the ownerbreeder of Double Dizzy.
60) leading all the way in the $150,000 Distaff as Cambiocorsa suffered her first defeat in nine starts in Santa Anita's downhill turf sprints.