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Sadowa

a village in the Czech Republic, in NE Bohemia: scene of the decisive battle of the Austro-Prussian war (1866) in which the Austrians were defeated by the Prussians
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The direct mezostructure observations and seismic measurements were made in two quarries located on the both fold limbs building the Wilkoszyn Syncline (deposit 1--limestone in "Sadowa Gora" quarry and deposit 2--dolomite in "Grodek" quarry).
There were measured 37 cracks in the "Sadowa Gora" quarry and 34 in the "Grodek" quarry.
The result was that on July 3, 1866, the Austrians were crushed at the Battle of Sadowa and gave up.
After that lightning start things went a little quiet for Lomitas, 2001 passing without a single Pattern win in Europe, but last year, coinciding with his arrival at Dalham Hall and a considerably increased book, he scored notably with Classic wins in Italy (Sadowa) and Germany (Liquido).
Fisich was preferred to the Derby Italiano winner Rakti as the leading colt, while Torrigiana was top three-year-old filly by one vote from the Premio Regina Elena winner Sadowa.
winner Sadowa (41), and a half-sister by Dr Fong to two-year-old Le Vie Dei Colori (25), a Group 3 winner in France and Italy who is unbeaten in six starts.
Midnight Angel, another German raider, stayed on into third, beaten another length and a quarter, with the Italian 1,000 Guineas winner Sadowa fourth.
Bugia and Sadowa, the last two winners of the Premio Regina Elena (Italian 1,000 Guineas), were both bred by Italians in Germany.
She proved ill-suited by the fast ground and, after leading into the straight, trailed home eighth behind 5.4-1 chance Sadowa.