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England captain Martin Adams averaged almost 107 in the International League this year' Ted Hankey: annus horribilis
Godolphin and Dettori teamed up to win the prize last year with Overbury and Annus Mirabilis has every chance of repeating the feat.
Unlike many farmers here, the royals don't face bankruptcy after the annus horribilis of 2007.
The other two come when Annus Mirabilis, trained by Michael Stoute, lands the Doonside Cup, and when Torch Vert, trained by Barry Hills, does the business in the the mileand-five handicap.
Bruce Evers, analyst at Investec, said: "It's been an annus horribilis for BP but underneath the problems it's still a tremendous business.
00) features a rematch between Garnett and Annus Iucundus, who clashed over a mile and five furlongs at Lingfield late last month.
But, as his own encyclical Centesimus annus (1991, #46) stressed, Christians believe that
Inspired by singer Kurt Wagner's own annus horribilis, Lambchop's astonishing eighth album is leagues away from the alt-country they're famed for.
2 Annus Mirabilis 3 Juyush 4 Don Corleone 12l, 11/2l, 9l October 22, 1994 3 and under, plater; 4-5, low-grade handicapper; 6-7, fair handicapper; 8-9, high-grade handicapper; 10-11, Group class; 12, Classic standard.
Last year was an annus horribilis for the BHB, with the low point being its High Court defeat by William Hill over payment for racing data.
He started well, for his first crop included 1993 Cheveley Park Stakes winner Prophecy and promoted Nunthorpe Stakes winner Piccolo, and his second included high-class milers Annus Mirabilis, Bishop Of Cashel, Charnwood Forest and Decorated Hero.