Going Suit

Going Suit

Slang; a situation in which a technical worker becomes a manager (and has to wear a suit to work). The term is somewhat derogatory, connoting a person who has forgotten his/her roots. It may also indicate a person who becomes less technically proficient the longer he/she remains in management.
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However, the Betfred-sponsored Temple is first preference and connections of the Eddie Lynam-trained sprinter will turn to Jamie Spencer should the going suit, as if the ground was in Sole Power's favour it would likely mean Spencer's mount Maarek would not run.
Lemos de Souza, who rode her last time, is back in the plate and fast going suits.
VIRGO: While you are questioning certain decisions you realise that the way a project is going suits you rather well.
Those who remain unconvinced of his true potential argue there is too much of the show pony about him, that he shines when the going suits, but does not work hard enough around the field.
He said: "Some people think the heavy going suits us but I disagree.
Winning rider Jim Culloty said: "He comes right at this time of the year and the good going suits him.
HEAVY going suits Ibal down to the ground and Dina Smith's charge should have his ideal conditions in the Tyser Insurance Ltd Novices' Chase at Plumpton tomorrow.
But, for me, there is no point in risking horses that run best on soft ground until the going suits them.
Alan King's gelding has gone up 3lb, but would have been raised more had he won and soft going suits.
The forecast cut in the going suits the grey ideally, and the odd April shower or two would not be a hindrance.
Faster going suits her down to the ground, and one seasoned workwatcher suggested her recent efforts at Churchill Downs suggest she is sitting on a monster effort, with top US rider Kent Desormeaux booked rather than a Japanese newcomer.