timoneer

timoneer

(ˌtaɪməˈnɪə)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical someone who steers a ship
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Timoneer 3c Elusive Quality - Gentle Gale Ran only three times in Britain, winning his first start and finishing third in his other two.
Dubai: Godolphin handler Mahmoud Al Zarouni is bidding to win a second Gran Criterium, Italy's only Group 1 race for juvenile horses, when he saddles maiden winner Timoneer on Saturday.
Timoneer, who is out of Darley stallion Elusive Quality, made a winning racecourse debut when landing a 14-runner maiden at Newmarket in July.
Helicopters and a lifeboat rushed to the yacht, Timoneer, off the Cornwall coast - and 45 minutes later found his father in the water.
The boy, believed to have an Israeli mum, was sailing from Falmouth to Plymouth on the yacht Timoneer with his dad.
Mahmood Al Zarooni, trainer of Filfil, Snowboarder and Timoneer "Filfil's winning form is on Polytrack, so Tapeta should be fine for him.
Godolphin's Timoneer and the Andrew Balding-trained Derby entry Operation Chariot complete the line-up.
Timoneerleadshome1-2 Mickael Barzalona further enhanced his impressive strike-rate at the course when scoring aboard debutant Timoneer to lead home a one-two for Godolphin in the opening maiden.
The funnyman started out in a skiffle-type folk band and the Timoneers enjoyed huge popularity during the 1960s.
Solihull comedian Malcolm Stent will be stepping onto the stage with band The Timoneers on May 12.
Mr Malcolm Stent, a former member of The Timoneers, has organised the one-off concert in Solihull to help the Intensive Care Unit at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Comedian Malcolm Stent follows up this year's pantomime Sleeping Beauty at the arts centre with an evening with the Timoneers (May 12) and a duo with Don Maclean Wait 'til Your Father Gets Home (Jun 5-7).