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Clockers are using computers to change the mileage on new digital speedometers.
Sharpened Spike: After Crooklyn's Softer Side, Lee Reverts to Hard Edges in Gritty Clockers.
HI-TECH clockers will make a mockery of used car mileage declarations without a change in public attitude towards higher mileage cars.
A few of the bands that were less well established when they were invited to play on our stage were Stylus Automatic, Biffy Clyro, Senna, Beauty School Dropout, Laeto and Pilotcan, Peeps into Fairyland, Cornerstone, The Needles and Clocker.
But those don't address the financial incentive for clockers.
These cost a lot and so may not have been replaced by the clocker.
Nad Al Sheba's clocker caught the five-year-old gelding's final three furlongs (600 metres) in :35.
Paul Miller's dog, a runner-up on his last five starts, is an ultraconsistent clocker and this is without doubt an easier A5 than those he has contested of late.
But due to "extenuating circumstances" with the electronic timer's recording the official time was later changed to 1:54 2/5, the time reported by Pimlico's official hand clocker, the Maryland Racing Commission said.
The Rockets dropped a 61-36 decision to the Clockers last month.
To the uninitiated, the comings and goings on the track as the morning worktab progresses are bewildering, but fortunately such ignorance matters little, thanks to the professional clockers at Churchill Downs whose job it is to record work times, which are then posted for public consumption.
That's the time the official clockers recorded, anyway.
World Class impressed the clockers with a fine half-way split in the opening round, and if repeating that run will prove difficult to overhaul.
Banshee Breeze, written off by workout clockers, became the threat in the stretch as favorite Silverbulletday faded at the rail.