Capitana

Capitana

 

from the 16th through early 19th century an administrative and territorial unit in Brazil (it originally was a hereditary feudal estate that representatives of the Portuguese feudal aristocracy received from the king). Capitanias also existed in other Portuguese colonies—the island of Madeira, the Azores, and the Cape Verde Islands.

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CARACCIOLA has been a useful performer for Nicky Henderson and we hear that his full-sister Capitana is about to start her career for the Lambourn trainer.
Capitana Tica says salabat taken early in the morning before Mass is good, and Albino says salabat is best paired with rice cake.
Pearl King took advantage of a hurdles mark lower than his chase rating when staying on well for Tony McCoy to land the extended 2m handicap hurdle by three-quarters of a length from Capitana.
In the picnic chapter there is a reference to different beverages: Capitana Tica claims nothing can compare with salabat (ginger tea) taken early in the morning before leaving for mass.