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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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Half-brother to the high-class Balakheri, the Sinndar colt confirmed promise when getting off the mark over course and distance last month and can give Stoute his third victory in this race in the last six years.
40 Ludlow SP forecast 13-8 Progressive chase form this season, getting off the mark at the second attempt in a 2m novice handicap at Ludlow and bettering that effort when finishing strongly in third in a hot 2m21/2f handicap chase at Newbury next time.
PRESTON 1 HUDDERSFIELD 0 LEAGUE ONE CHRIS ROBERTSON admitted his relief at getting off the mark for Preston after a rough few weeks for the club.
I WAS delighted to see Peter Crouch finally getting off the mark for Liverpool after more than 24 hours without a goal.
The French import won with plenty in hand when getting off the mark as a hurdler in a Stratford maiden and, just a week ago, proved just as threatening in handicap company when squeezing through to defy a mark of 117 on heavy going at Sandown.
Healy was impressed and said: "This was a special night for me but it's so nice to see Kyle getting off the mark tonight.
10), who landed a gamble when getting off the mark here on Monday, is fancied to follow up now his confidence has been boosted by a recent change of tactics.
He won Champion bumpers at the festival and Punchestown this year with authority and was never really out of first gear when getting off the mark over hurdles at Cork last time.
Flintoff, playing a first class match for the first time since undergoing an ankle operation in January, made a nervous start and took 15 balls and 27 minutes before getting off the mark.
30), who showed her liking for the tricky undulations when getting off the mark over course and distance recently.
10 Uttoxeter SP forecast 6-4 This half-brother to smart pair Simenon and Vivacious Vivienne had only three runs on the Flat for William Haggas, getting off the mark at the third attempt in a soft-ground 1m2f maiden at Newcastle in June.