SNAFF - What does SNAFF stand for? The Free Dictionary
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"Before I said "sniff", I took care to know as she'd say "snaff
", and pretty quick too.
He added: "For the first mile, he travelled brilliantly on the 'snaff
' [bridle] and was doing everything right, but when we went to really quicken he hit one of those uneven bits of ground and twisted a joint.
Last time, under today's jockey Jimmy Fortune, T raytonic went as sweet as a nut and beat good horses like Quito and Beckermet on the snaff
over six furlongs at Haydock.