Nivernais


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Nivernais

(French nivɛrnɛ)
n
(Placename) a former province of central France, around Nevers

Ni•ver•nais

(ni vɛrˈnɛ)

n.
a former province in central France. Cap.: Nevers .
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However, topweight Tenor Nivernais has some excellent form at Ascot, goes well fresh and might easily be able to dominate on ground he'll relish.
He has a fine record over Ascot's fences - two wins, a third and a fourth from four visits -- so TENOR NIVERNAIS makes appeal despite top weight in the bet365 Handicap Chase (3.
As early leaders Tenor Nivernais and Ziga Boy paid the price for setting a fierce gallop, the Colin Tizzard-trained runner was moved into a prominent position rounding the home turn together with equally strong-travelling Le Reve.
CONDITIONAL Jockey William Featherstone enjoyed a red-letter day at Fakenham by notching his first double - thanks to Vent Nivernais and Daliance.
The eight-year-old was sent into the lead at the last by Ian Popham and stayed on well to repel the challenge of Tenor Nivernais (11-2) by a length.
Venetia Williams-trained Tenor Nivernais continues to attract support and is now 10-1 ( from 12s) with Coral, having been 14s earlier in the week.
Venetia Williams is another trainer whose horses are firing on all cylinders and Tenor Nivernais is a likely type as he makes a swift reappearance in the bet365 Open Handicap Chase.
She continued to exhibit at the salon (no small feat for a female artist), and in 1849 exhibited what is considered one of her greatest works, Labourage Nivernais (Plowing in the Nivernais), which depicts a team of oxen pulling plows across a French countryside.
Venetia Williams saddled her first winner of the month when Tenor Nivernais (3-1) was given a great front-running ride by Robbie Dunne in the Maxilead Metals Supports Racing Welfare Handicap Hurdle.
The work, Plowing in Nivernais, was very well received.
Panini's paired canvases depict a spectacular event in the theatre of state: the celebrations staged by the French ambassador to Rome, the duc de Nivernais, on the birth of a new heir to the French throne--Louis XV's grandson, Louis-Joseph-Xavier, duc de Bourgogne (1751-61).