Cernunnos


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Cernunnos

horned deity of fecundity, associated with snakes. [Celtic Myth.: Parrinder, 58]
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His win made it two victories from just three runners for the Tom George yard in the last fortnight and Cernunnos touched no bigger than 7.
Riding the J P McManusowned Cernunnos, the Meath man took a crashing fall at the final fence in the Betfred Summer Plate, shattering his humerus.
He is respected under Tom Scudamore, but preference lies instead with Tom George's Cernunnos (2.
The Gold Cup-winning jockey wasted no time in making it a double as he powered Portway Flyer home by seven lengths from Cernunnos in the Racing UK In HD Kempton Park Silver Bowl Handicap Chase.
A big leap at the last, just as it looked as if Ballybolley and Cernunnos might be a threat, sealed the deal and the 11-2 chance won by seven lengths from the latter.
Even so, he was hardly disgraced in finishing second to Cernunnos, who has since run honourably in good company at Kempton.
The church, they believe, created the physical image of Satan from that of Cernunnos in cave art to eliminate competition and burned the priestesses of the Goddess as witches and the Devil's servants.
On this cauldron the Celtic fertility god Cernunnos was portrayed, ornamented with a torque around his neck, another torque in his right hand and a serpent, given its length and distinctive neck ring most probably a grass snake, in his left hand.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-30 March 2009-The Cernunnos Team releases Cernunnos v1.
Worldwide Computer Products News-30 March 2009-The Cernunnos Team releases Cernunnos v1.
While he is best known as Herne, or Cernunnos in France, he is also known in Britain as Jack in the Green.
PHOENIX -- The Cernunnos Team, a group of developers from leading educational institutions and IT consulting companies, today announced the release of Cernunnos v1.