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an Indian dish made with highly seasoned rice and meat or fish or vegetables


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Quite apart from the diplomats he encounters, ethnic diversity is contrived in the food he eats (poppadoms, breyani) and the entertainment he enjoys--or even provides (a "rumba rendition of the national anthem", with Parper "sportingly join[ing] in on maracas").
IT'S 20 years since an amateur called Ken Whelan exploded onto the scene by winning the GPT Handicap at Galway on Breyani, and the wily veteran showed that he still knows where the winning post is as he gave the Shark Hanlon-trained Sparkling Tara a canny ride to win the 2m5f handicap hurdle.
The problem was brought on by a combination of a 36-hour flight from Fiji to Cape Town and what proved to be a fatal decision to enjoy a spicy meal of Breyani.
It's almost 20 years since I first became aware of Whelan, when he rode Breyani to win the big amateur handicap at Galway for Tommy Stack, and just a few years later he was the jockey first associated with one of my all-time favourite horses, Risk Of Thunder, whom he rode to victory for Noreen Hayes in the 1995 La Touche.
We take our time with the two-year-olds, but among them, Phoebe Woodstock (ch f Grand Lodge - Why So Silent) would be interesting; Biriyani (b f Danehill - Breyani) is worth keeping an eye on in when she starts off in about six weeks' time and may even be a Royal Ascot type; Persian Ruby
Breyani has produced Moyglare Stud Stakes and Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Tarascon to Tirol, and Mala Mala (placed in the Moyglare Stud and Cheveley Park Stakes) to Brief Truce.