Barneveldt

Bar•ne•veldt

(ˈbɑr nəˌvɛlt)

n.
Jan van Olden, 1547–1619, Dutch statesman and patriot.
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Van Baerle was sufficiently versed in the history of his country to know that the celebrated Grotius was confined in that castle after the death of Barneveldt; and that the States, in their generosity to the illustrious publicist, jurist, historian, poet, and divine, had granted to him for his daily maintenance the sum of twenty-four stivers.
She was not a great success as a broodmare but one of her sons, The Winter King, sired Grand Prix de Paris winner Barneveldt, and her grandson Hunting Song was New Zealand's champion sire six times.
He will face Lewis at the Ricoh, while Part plays Wade, Manley plays Taylor and van Barneveldt plays Jenkins.