00) at Newbury features some seriously fast front-runners in the form of Take Cover, Thesme and Caspian Prince, and there must be a chance they'll cut their own throats
if taking each other on.
GARRY MONK hit out at his Swansea City side for failing to kill off Tottenham - and then proceeding to cut their own throats
as they blew a chance of a first Premier League win over Spurs.
Jefferson said: "He (Hughes) judged it perfectly as I thought the front two cut their own throats
As far as I am concerned they have cut their own throats
but it's not the staff who I feel sorry for - it's they who ultimately benefit through the charity.
As they will go fast, you just have to think the front-runners will cut their own throats
, leaving those ridden just off the pace and the hold-up merchants likely to hold the advantage late on.
SOUTHAMPTON cut their own throats
with some shocking misses and disastrous defending to seriously undermine the chances of John Gorman and Jason Dodd keeping the management job long-term.
I don't quite know what was going on early on, it was just one of those funny sorts of races really, the three of them just cut their own throats
a little bit.
Superstitious zealots--both racial and religious--were ready to cut their own throats
to sharpen the knife for another.
Lacey's first try pulled Munster back to 29-18 midway through the second half but the Irish province cut their own throats
before they could finish the revival.
But in the second period Saints cut their own throats
with awful defending.
FARLOE ROCKET (6-1) stole the feature 500m Harry Holmes Memorial at Sheffield on Christmas Eve when Target Classic and Bandicoot Tipoki effectively cut their own throats
after a thrilling duel between the pair up front that Target Classic looked set to narrowly prevail in, until Farloe Rocket swooped up the inside close home for Barrie Draper, scoring by a length in 29.
Boss Laws' men have lost four successive games and he admits they cut their own throats
against managerless Yeovil.
Aberdeen almost cut their own throats
when a defender Gary Smith overhit a simple back pass which Jim Leighton failed to control but they were saved by Winters, who failed to capitalise on the opportunity.
As he is another who likes to bowl along with the pace I feel the front runners may cut their own throats
Furthermore, the odds-on favourite and his market rivals cut their own throats
on the churned-up ground on the inside, while my jockey, John Levins wisely took the scenic route on the better ground.