Picts

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Picts

A warlike people who lived in what is now Scotland with an independent kingdom AD 297–843.
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Ennel Lodge Stud 1,099 Chelsea Rose 10yo ch m Desert King-Cinnamon Rose (Trempolino) Chelsea Rose had the high-class fillies Pictavia and Saoire behind when she won the Moyglare Stud Stakes in 2004.
According to legend, the Pictish realm - known as Pictavia - was split after the death of King Cruithne.
Manning, who is Bolger's son-in-law and finished seventh in this race on the trainer's Pictavia in 2005, said: "There was never a bother.
HALF-BROTHER to classy filly Pictavia, he made an encouraging start to his career behind easy winner Chinese Whisper at Galway.
Speaking at Goodwood yesterday, where he landed a treble aboard Counterpunch, Pictavia and Dodge City, Dettori admitted: "I'm really not sure what is going to happen.
GODOLPHIN are enjoying a tremendous run of form, and the boys in blue can grab another Group prize at Goodwood today with Pictavia in the Select Stakes.
45), which looks an excellent opportunity for last year's Oaks third Pictavia to gain her first Pattern-race success.
THE feature race on Goodwood's card is the Group Three Select Racing UK On Sky 432 Stakes, which looks an excellent opportunity for last year's Oaks third Pictavia to gain her first Pattern-race success.
Godolphin, who also struck with Pictavia in in Wednesday's Upavon Stakes, had scored seven winners from their last eight runners and Belenus was sent off the 11-10 favourite to extend the run.
Pictavia could be set for a trip to America after running away with the Listed EBF Upavon Fillies' Stakes at Salisbury yesterday.
ROYAL PRINCE - caught the eye staying on from off the pace to finish fourth in the Royal Hunt Cup at York after the winner, New Seeker, had cut out a blistering gallop from the start, leaving the field strung outIN THE FASHION - an aptly-named runner on Royal Ascot at York's opening day and a name to remember, judged by her encouraging fourth place, making steady headway from the rear, in the Chesham Stakes RIVER LENA - a half-sister to Oaks third Pictavia, put up a pleasing debut performance in the seven furlong juvenile maiden at Thirsk, finishing third to the more experienced Grandad Bill, beaten less than a length.
Bred on the same Sinndar-Sadler's Wells cross as his owner's Youmzain, Very Good Day is out of a half-sister to Oaks third Pictavia.