Hanoverian


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Hanoverian

see hanover.
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De Lys is a breeding farm dedicated to producing superior Hanoverian jumper, hunter and dressage horses.
There were 50 better claimants --all Catholic--but by and large the Hanoverians played their role well.
Attention, please: in 2014, things will be 'oh so British' in the state capital of Lower Saxony, when Hannover is the central venue of the state exhibition entitled 'The Hanoverians on Britain's Throne 1714-1834'.
Hanoverian Baron returns from well over 100 days off the track here but he has shown in the past that he can run well when fresh.
Hanoverian Baron ridden by Kieren Fallon wins the Newsmith Capital October Club Handicap Stakes at Ascot
Hanoverian Baron won the Jorvik Handicap at York in 2010 and trainer Tony Newcombe is targeting that race with him again this season.
Despite the reluctance of several of his British advisers, he deployed British, Hanoverian, and hired Hessian troops in the War of Austrian Succession, even leading his men personally at the Battle of Dettingen in June 1743, when he was nearly sixty years of age.
Indeed one of the many virtues of this study is Mr Thompson's desire to show how astute was George ll's handling of the Hanoverian element in Britain's relations with Germany and Europe in general.
The Jim Goldie-trained Merchant Of Dubai (16-1) took third with Hanoverian Baron (20-1) back in fourth.
Mrs Fulton is a familiar face on the dressage circuit - she is currently competing with her young mare Rohanna and is also home-breeding British Hanoverian dressage horses.
The ten duets on the present disc were published during the early years of Louis XV's reign, and are recorded here for the first time; flutists John Solum and Richard Wyton (both members of the Hanoverian Ensemble) play them, appropriately enough, on replicas of French flutes from the same period.