Gavarnie


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Ga·var·nie

 (găv′ər-nē′, gä-vär-)
A village of southwest France in the Pyrenees south of Lourdes. Nearby is the Cirque de Gavarnie, a vast natural amphitheater which is the site of the highest waterfall in France, about 422 m (1385 feet) high.
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40 Gavarnie Encore (won off 51 down 3lb to 48); Blackthorn Stick (4lb); Coup De Vent (4lb); 6.
The son of Young Ern had previously been in good form at this track under tonight's jockey Kieran O'Neill, stringing together a few decent efforts, culminating in him chasing home the progressive Giovanni Di Bicci, who followed up off a 6lb higher mark (third home Gavarnie Encore has also won easily since) and which led to him being sent off at 15-8 favourite last time.
com) which had Emma screaming with delight, our trip into the depths of the earth and two journeys up the mountain at Gavarnie.
On the 18th Clough went to Gavarnie, returning after "a hard day's riding .
Hawaii-based Hawai'i Island Air's parent company Gavarnie Holding LLC (Gavarnie) said it has appointed Michael Rodyniuk to Garvarnie's board of directors.
Based at an 18th-century guesthouse in the central Pyrenean village of Bareges, you'll trek for four to six hours a day with a qualified mountain leader, exploring the spectacular peaks of the Cirque de Gavarnie, Pont d'Espagne and the Marcadau Valley.
The rest of the vacation went ahead without a hitch, however, and took the youngsters on visits to Paris, Lourdes, Nice and Gavarnie in the Pyrenees.
He kept on well to hold the late rush of Gavarnie Beau by three-quarters of a length.
Produced late, he beat Gavarnie Beau by half a length and a step up in trip should not be a worry.
That was just the beginning for Mauracher, who was hired by Gavarnie Holdings, a family owned, San Francisco based company that bought the airline from Aloha Airlines in 2004.
1990): Zur Geologie des Grenzbereiches der Decken von Montsec und Gavarnie (Raum Rio Noguera Ribagorzana, Nordspanien).