Somnus


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Somnus

(ˈsɒmnəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) the Roman god of sleep. Greek counterpart: Hypnos
References in classic literature ?
With the Marquesans it might almost most be styled the great business of life, for they pass a large portion of their time in the arms of Somnus.
NEIL Callan was in imperious form at Haydock Park where the jockey landed a 636V2-1 treble on Consular, Somnus and King Orchisios.
Robert Collet' s charge was beaten just a neck by Somnus in the six-and- a-half furlong race last year and he avenged that defeat in style this time.
MICK Kinane is hoping the drying ground on the Knavesmire will not play against leading Golden Jubilee Stakes fancy Somnus in today's Group One showpiece at Royal Ascot at York.
TRAINER Tim Easterby has ante-post favourite Somnus in tip-top condition ahead of the Golden Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot at York on Saturday week.
YORKSHIRE-trained Somnus put up a strong bid to be crowned champion sprinter of Europe when he recorded his second French Group One win of the season with victory in the Prix de la Foret at Longchamp yesterday.
It was easy to see why Charlton was so breathless in the winner's enclosure after Tante Rose, under an excellent ride from Richard Hughes, arrived fast and late in the thrilling finish to pip last year's winner Somnus by a short-head.
Principal dangers are likely to be last year's winner Somnus, July Cup heroine Frizzante and French hope Ratio.
Stevens arrived in France in April to replace Christophe Soumillon and went on to ride 50 winners from 248 rides, although his lone Group One success came not for Fabre but for Tim Easterby on Somnus in the Prix Maurice de Gheest.
Nelson introduced RF-VTR of the tonsils with the Somnus radiofrequency generator.
Previously, McCulloch served as vice president, CFO and chief information officer at Somnus Medical Technologies, Inc.
Trainer Tim Easterby was hoping for rain for Somnus and his prayers were granted in bucketfuls.