Volador


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Vo`la`dor´


n.1.(Zool.) A flying fish of California (ExocŒtus Californicus): - called also volator.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(1) The Ceremonia Ritual del Volador, also known as Danza del Volador, (2) is a ritual dance or ceremony, today mainly practiced in Mexico.
Volador was fancied to make a winning debut over fences at Worcester last time.
Richard Johnson showed he had recovered from a crunching fall from Wishfull Thinking at Cheltenham by being at his strongest to prevail on Volador (9-2) in the Betfred Home Goals Galore Handicap Hurdle.
Richard Johnson shrugged off the effects of his Cheltenham crash on Wishfull Thinking in the Champion Chase to win on 9-2 shot Volador.
Volador has returned from a lengthy absence in decent form but has hinted that a step up to 3m would suit and Charlie Longsdon has his string in cracking form and preference is for Cross Of Honour (2.45), who has won a point-topoint, bumper and novice hurdle.
We have three runners at Uttoxeter where VOLADOR should go well in the 2.45.
Estas especies fueron: raya aguila (Aetobatus narinari), raya sarten marmoleada (Taeniura meyeri), tiburon de aleta blanca (Triaenodon obesus), tortuga verde (Chelonia mydas), cormoran no volador (Phalacrocorax harrisi) y lobo marino de Galapagos (Zalophus californianus).
PHILIP HOBBS can do little wrong at present and the Somerset trainer can carry on the good work at Ascot with Rougham and Volador.