Kennaquhair

[horse] Kennaquhair was an Australian bred Thoroughbred racehorse that won the Sydney Cup (in record time), and the AJC Metropolitan Handicap as well as finishing second in the 1918 Melbourne Cup. ==Pedigree== He was an attractive chestnut stallion, foaled in 1914, by Ksar’s half-brother, Kenilworth (FR), his dam Calluna was by Manton (NZ...
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Kennaquhair

Kennaquhair (literally, `know-not-where` in Scots) is an imaginary locality in Walter Scott`s novels The Monastery and The Abbot. In T. H. White`s The Sword in the Stone, Kennaquhair is the land of Athene, mother-goddess of the owls, and is located at the doubly impossible co-ordinates of 91 degrees north and 181 degrees west. ...
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