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Penny

The formal or informal name for the smallest unit of many currencies. One penny is usually equal in value to one cent or the equivalent.
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The Pennys herd enjoyed a super day's trading with 10 heifers averaging pounds 1,795.
Eugene Price has handled such greyhounds as English Derby winner Allen Gift and such brilliant performers as Ayr Flyer, Ningbo Jack, Colorado Holly, Deanridge Viking and a host of other flyers with the Pennys prefix.
The race was as good as over before the opening bend as Deanridge Pennys showed ahead before he bumped with Jackal Frampton.
Deanridge Pennys produced his anticipated late run but Sidarian Blaze still had five lengths in hand at the line sensational 28.
The jockey said : "I rode out this morning, everything's fine and I am riding Pennys Pride on Wednesday at Doncaster.
Earlier, Pennys Midas, a Yarmouth East Anglian Derby finalist just four runs back, looks a class above the opposition in the Maiden Stayers at 8.
The Oxford raider was a narrow loser to the highly-rated Pennys Rum when he last raced over track and trip and should have the measure of tonight's rivals.
43sec, while Millwards Matt had been forced to work a little harder in the third before ultimately shading Pennys Midas by a neck in 27.
However, it is hard to fathom the massive quotes this morning about the chances of Pennys Pong winning, so Ray Pleasants's bitch has to be worth a small interest.
57): T1 You Mind Me 9-4, T2 Ard Vark 20-1, T3 Lenson Peter 2-1, T4 Pennys Midas 10-1, T5 Darian Creek 20-1, T6 Millwards Matt 13-8.