March King


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a United States bandmaster and composer of military marches (1854-1932)

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In March King Mohammad announced he would overhaul the constitution and set up a hand-picked committee to draft changes by June, which include a stronger parliament, a bigger role for local officials and an independent judiciary.
Since then, there has been an Austrian March King (Josef Franz Wagner), a British March King (Frederick Ricketts/Kenneth Alford), a Czech March King (Julius Fucil) and significant march composers in France (Gabriel Allier)Germany (Hermann Blankenburg, Franz von Blon) and Italy (Giovanni Orsomando), but while all of these have composed many excellent marches, none has achieved superiority over Sousa either for quantity or for consistently fine compositions.
The fishing grounds between North Naples and Sanibel Island are legendary for the spring tarpon run, as well as a favorite haunt for the March king mackerel that often move within a few miles of the beach to join the bonito and Spanish mackerel that are feeding on the schools of bait.
Jamie Spencer partners March King, an Irish Derby entry, for Tommy Stack.
March King finished third in the Group 1 National Stakes at The Curragh in September and finished second in the Listed Silver Stakes, also at The Curragh, on his reappearance last month.
Paddy Power: 2-5 Galileo, 7-2 Golan, 10 Exaltation, 12 Tobougg, 16 Grandera, Mr Combustible, 25 Morshdi, Perfect Sunday, 40 Pebble Island, 100 Ice Dancer, Vinnie Roe, 150 Pugin, 200 Dr Brendler, March King.
Cashmans: 2-5 Galileo, 11-2 Golan, 11 Tobougg, 14 Exaltation, 25 Grandera, Mr Combustible, Perfect Sunday, 28 Morshdi, 100 Vinnie Roe, 150 March King, 200 Dr Brendler, Giocomo, Ice Dancer, Pebble Island, Pugin, 1,000 Cashel Bay.
Paul Scallan sent him clear a furlong out to beat March King in convincing style.
They were an important part of the academy's glory days, when it catered to the sons of the rich and famous, such as Jimmy Dean's son and March King John Philip Sousa's grandson, just to name a couple.
He spent the night in Waterford's Ardkeen Hospital, and said: "It's a terrible shame because I was to ride March King in Saturday's Irish 2,000 Guineas and Mala Mala in the 1,000.