Morris says: "Once again I've visited some of the major jumping stables to talk personally to the trainers about the horses that might slip under the radar
Casual Amazon Prime, from Wednesday The first two seasons of this acclaimed US comedy seemed to slip under the radar
in the UK, but as the third series comes to Amazon Prime (with one episode aired each week, the day after they become available in America), it's well worth catching up with.
But when you sell your image so enthusiastically, it's a bit rich to expect to slip under the radar
One reason IS chiefs are filling their ranks with children is boys are more likely than adults to slip under the radar
of security forces.
GARY Rowett is happy for Blues to slip under the radar
and for their 'play-off form' to carry on going unnoticed.
Steve Clark, Santa Cruz Deputy Chief of Police also told the Santa Cruz Sentinel that the 'Heartbreaker' singer arrived in the area and was spotted in nearby Aptos, California with Gomez, who attempted to slip under the radar
of locals by wearing a blonde wig.
IT might slip under the radar
somewhat, but what an important win that was for Everton at Swansea on Sunday afternoon.
Trained by Mark Wallis, the selection pulled up no trees himself in South Yorkshire but he tends to slip under the radar
and does always have the ability to surprise with an occasional smash break.
Although there is every chance in the blockbuster season that this little joy of a comedy could slip under the radar
, it's definitely worth making the effort to catch.
Vale's solicitor said that his client had not deliberately tried to slip under the radar
Rapisarda Casanova's low-key approach could easily slip under the radar
, but should be championed at fests.
Hateley joy as high-flying side slip under the radar
TOM HATELEY will happily let the Old Firm hog the headlines if it allows second-placed Motherwell to continue their stunning SPL run on the quiet.
The handicapper has left her alone and there's a chance she might slip under the radar
And they today told of their outrage at learning children are now being recruited into the shady enterprise in a bid to slip under the radar
of customs officers.
Cynics could be forgiven for thinking while attention was diverted towards the base-rate decision, providers were hoping the rate reductions would slip under the radar