cavalero

cavalero

(ˌkævəˈljɛərəʊ)
n, pl -ros
a gentleman or cavalier
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A sometimes controversial figure on the point-topoint scene, Manners enjoyed his finest hour here as his home-bred Cavalero came from an impossible position under Corinthian artist Alex Charles-Jones.
CAVALERO, 2000 FOXHUNTER CHASE NO-ONE was a better antidote to the game's big-money flash Harrys than the utterly authentic owner-trainer John 'Mad' Manners.
Using a process called silicon sublimation, EOC researchers David Snyder and Randy Cavalero thermally processed silicon carbide wafers in a physical vapor transport furnace until the silicon migrated away from the surface, leaving behind a layer of carbon that formed into a one- to two-atom-thick film of graphene on the wafer surface.
Manners sent out Killeshin to win at Liverpool in 1994 while Cavalero, which he also bred, won there in 1998 before jumping to glory at the Cheltenham Festival in 2000.
"I think Jonanaud could be as good as Cavalero. We finished in front of a couple of the McManus horses at Chepstow and that made me feel very proud," he said.
Born plain Graham Leaver, Guiy de Montford (aka Guy Cavalero), is a 'professional ladies man' who is accused of charming rich divorcees out of their money.
Sean Taylor, 32, was horrified when he saw the Irish Sunday Mirror's story about Guy Cavalero - aka conman Graham Leaver - and his Fly The Stars CD.
Trade Dispute has some good form to his name in this company, including a fine third, beaten two-and-a-quarter lengths, behind Cavalero in the Christie's Foxhunter Challenge Cup at the 2000 Cheltenham Festival, so he should hold too many aces for his rivals today.
Trade Dispute has some good form to his name in this company, including a fine third, beaten two and a quarter lngths bhind Cavalero in the Christie's Foxhunter Challenge Cup at the 2000 Cheltenham Festival, and should hold too many aces for his rivals today.
Trade Dispute has some good form to his name in this company, including a fine third, beaten two and a quarter lengths behind Cavalero in the Foxhunter Challenge Cup at the 2000 Cheltenham Festival, and should hold too many aces for his rivals tomorrow.
Balisteros proved the most successful among them last year, Cavalero won the blue riband, the Christie's Foxhunter Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, and even 1999 Gold Cup victor See More Business started off pointing before moving into the professional sphere.
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