Bajan


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Ba·jan

 (bā′jən)
n.
A Barbadian.
adj.
Of or characteristic of Barbados: Bajan cooking.

[Shortening and alteration of Barbadian.]

Bajan

(ˈbeɪdʒən)
n
(Peoples) a native of Barbados
adj
of or relating to Barbados or its inhabitants
[C20: variant of Badian, a shortened form of Barbadian]
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Stevenson likes to christen his horses after local place names and slang terms hence The Langholm Dyer and Whaat Fettle but there is an amusing tale as to how The Bajan Bandit got his handle.
However, Bajan Tryst could again have the upper hand, having run a cracking race in defeat behind the strongly fancied Poet's Place in the Portland Handicap at Doncaster last month.
LEN LUNGO has re-routed stable top-notchers The Bajan Bandit and Direct Access from today's card at Ayr to alternative engagements at Cheltenham's Tripleprint Gold Cup meeting this weekend.
THE Bajan Bandit and Direct Access are just two of the plum rides awaiting Tony Dobbin when the popular Irishman returns from a three-day suspension at Carlisle this afternoon.
Lungo didn't risk The Bajan Bandit or Direct Access at Newcastle because of the sticky ground but he reported that the star-studded pair could both be in action at Haydock on Saturday.
trainer Richard Phillips on the Richard Johnsonridden winner Bajan Sunshine Results and analysis start page 56
THE BAJAN BANDIT will be the star attraction at Ayr today weather permitting.
Former jockey O'Meara said: "I'm delighted to have Blue Bajan.
Dobbin, enjoying his best-ever season, said yesterday: "Everybody knows that Len Lungo wants it soft for the The Bajan Bandit and similar conditions would also suit Barton.
Blue Bajan finished second to Ask in this race two years ago, when trained by Andy Turnell, and he delighted his new trainer David O'Meara.
THE defection of The Bajan Bandit from the novices' chase should see Telemoss (3.