sky's the limit, the

sky's the limit, the

There is no limit (to ambition, aspirations, expense, or the like). For example, Order anything you like on the menu-the sky's the limit tonight, or He's so brilliant he can do anything-the sky's the limit. This metaphoric idiom was first recorded in 1920.
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Paul Nicholls sends over Arkle third Noland, with the quality entry also including theEdwardO'Grady-trained Sky's the Limit, the Willie Mullins-trained Scotsirish and the Jessie Harringtontrained Badgerlaw.
Sky's The Limit, the 9-4 favourite for the 2m4f Grade 1 event, was scoring his second win over fences and had his task eased when Kazal fell three out and Drunken Disorderly came down at the second-last.