tsarevitch


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tsarevitch

, czarevitch
a son of a Russian tsar, esp the eldest son
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Owner Ivan Straker saw his colours carried into second place by The Tsarevitch in the 1987 Grand National and would love to go one better, but he said: "I leave all the decisions to Ferdy.
On the back of the jacket, Prince Guidon is portrayed as he appears at the end of the story--as an adult tsarevitch.
Remains of the family were dug up near Yekaterinburg in 1991 but the bones of two of the children, the Tsarevitch Aleksei and a sister, either Anastasia or Maria, have never been found.
3) Along with preparing for the visit of Tsarevitch Nicholas (later Tsar Nicholas II) to Singapore in 1891, when he was enroute to Vladivostok to inaugurate the TransSiberian railway, Vyvodtsev was expected to look after Russia's economic interests in relation to trade and shipping.
The collonade is made of palest green bowenite, enclosing a pale pink enamel Egg with a silver-gilt cupid representing the Tsarevitch surmounting it, while four silver-gilt cherubs representing his four sisters surround the base.
The Seven Barrows gaffer hit the bar again when The Tsarevitch chased home Andy Turnell's Maori Venture and you can't help but feel the racing gods will open the door for him someday soon.
Alan Jarvis' Kathies Lad (G Newman) and Nicky Henderson's The Tsarevitch (J White) are sent off 7-4 jt favs but fail to get a blow in.
The Seven Barrows handler would continue his excellent Festival record when The Tsarevitch captures the Mildmay of Flete in 1986.
MICHAEL Dickinson's Branding Iron hacks up in the Galloway Braes Novices' Chase under Robert Earnshaw, with Nicky Henderson's The Tsarevitch (R Barry) running on well to be second.
IN a small, but select field for the Scilly Isles Chase, Fulke Walwyn's Kilbrittain Castle jumps the opposition ragged under Bill Smith and comes home five lengths clear of Nicky Henderson's The Tsarevitch (J Francome) with Peter Easterby's Starfen (J J O'Neill) tailed off after jumping badly.