Cetewayo


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Cetewayo:

see CetshwayoCetshwayo,
 Ketchwayo
, or Cetewayo
, c.1836–1884, king of the Zulus. Cetshwayo gained ascendancy in 1856, when he defeated in battle and killed his younger brother, who was the favorite of their father, Umpanda.
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Cetshwayo

, Cetewayo
?1826--84, king of the Zulus (1873--79): defeated the British at Isandhlwana (1879) but was overwhelmed by them at Ulundi (1879); captured, he stated his case in London, and was reinstated as ruler of part of Zululand (1883)
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It can never be safely overlooked that Cetewayo is considered by all the chiefs south of the Limpopo as their supreme dictator.
Also popular has been the American pair Wild Rush (7-2 in the Sprint) and Cetewayo (8-1 for the Turf).
Published in May of 1891 in the Syracuse University Herald, "The King's Favor" is the story of Albert Thies, a tenor who performs for the Zulu King Cetewayo and, in recompense, is offered the King's wife.
The Grade 1 Hollywood Turf Cup, run over 12 furlongs, has a field of 14 headed by Del Mar Handicap winner Delta Form, Rochester, Cetewayo, and Grammarian, winner of the Sunset Handicap at
If you're a movie buff, you'll recall that he played the part of king Cetewayo in the film Zulu.
Buck's Boy, ridden by Shane Sellers, led all the way in winning the $500,000 Turf Classic by three lengths over Cetewayo.
Coral: 4 High Chaparral, Sulamani, 7 Golan, 10 Ballingarry, With Anticipation, Denon, 12 Sarafan, 14 Mubtaker, 16 Super Quercus, 20 Boreal, 25 Suances, 33 Cetewayo, Strut The Stage.
Also on This Day: 1867: Birth of novelist andplaywright John Galsworthy; 1882: Queen Victoria received Zulu chief Cetewayo at Osborne; 1893: World's first car registration plates introduced in France; 1900: The landing of 2,000 United States Marines helped capture Peking to end the Boxer Uprising; 1945: Japan surrendered unconditionally to the Allies to end Second World War; 1948: Australian batsman Donald Bradman was bowled by Warwickshire's Eric Hollies for duck at The Oval in his final Test innings after needing just four to end his career with a Test average of 100.
Coral: 5 High Chaparral, 6 Sulamani, 7 Golan, 8 With Anticipation, 10 Grandera, 12 Denon, Sakhee, Sarafan, 16 Next Desert, Super Quercus, Zindabad, Boreal, 20 Hap, 25 Suances, 33 Cetewayo, Strut The Stage
Cetewayo, winner of the Sword Dancer four years ago, comes into this year's running off a win in the Grade 2 Arlington Handicap.
Also On This Day: 1882: Queen Victoria received Zulu chief Cetewayo at Osborne; 1893: World's first car registration plates introduced in France;1900: The landing of 2,000 United States Marines helped capture Peking to end the Boxer Uprising; 1945: Japan surrendered unconditionally to the Allies to end Second World War; 1948: Australian batsman Donald Bradman, bowled by Warwickshire's Eric Hollies for duck at The Oval needing just four runs to end his Test career with an average of 100; 1951: Death of American newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst; 1956: Death of German writer Bertolt Brecht; 1969: First British troops deployed in Northern Ireland to restore order.
For real echoes of the past, however, consider the aptly named 11-year-old winner Redoubtable, whose sire Grey Dawn was foaled 40 years ago, and 2002 US Grade 1 winner Cetewayo, an eight-year-old by the 1968-foaled His Majesty, himself by Ribot.