Victory would be appropriate during Masters weekend: he is named in honour of Ken Venturi, the 1964 US Open champion. And the son of Old Vic was bred by the Brabazon family.
French for "our kid", especially one with cheeky or brattish tendencies.
His breeder, one of the syndicate which owns the nine-year-old, once had a successful racing pigeon called Will's Dream.
*Big Fella Thanks
Named after his owner Harry Findlay's favourite coursing greyhound, recently deceased after happy retirement.
*Chief Dan George
The hereditary leader of the Salish tribe of British Columbia who became a famed author and actor, with a starring role in Little Big Man.
Built in the 1550s by the River Brade in Co Cork, but largely destroyed a century later by a fire in which three young women died. Its tower is a local landmark.
*King Johns Castle
An Anglo-Norman fortification, built around 1200, on the south bank of the Shannon in Limerick, later severely damaged in a 1642 siege by Irish Catholics when held by Protestants.
Mountain pass in Co Cork where, legend has it, a mounted priest pursued by soldiers made a miraculous leap, landing many miles away near Bantry Bay.Reuse content