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Ethereal, trained by Sheila Laxon, recorded eight wins, a second and three thirds from 21 starts and amassed prize-money totalling more than NZ$5.8million (pounds 1.75m).
A lacklustre effort might have meant retirement for Ethereal. Instead, she will return home to New Zealand tomorrow and a decision will be made on her future.
Part-owner Peter Vela confirmed that Ethereal would not be defending her Melbourne Cup crown, nor bidding for a repeat win in the Caulfield Cup.
1 At night, Sendai's new Mediatheque pulsates with light and colour like a giant, ethereal aquarium.
Melbourne Cup winner Ethereal is under "serious consideration" for next month's Hong Kong International
Opened, the cabinet's luminous forms create an ethereal presence, their perfect proportions architectural as we envisage a modernist cityscape, glowing as if from the future.
2 kicks off with Sinead O'Connor's enraged "Fire on Babylon" reggae, segues into bilingual African singer Angelique Kidjo's jazzy "Never Know," blends rap with balladry on Queen Latifah's "Life," and lays down an ethereal grunge groove with Heather Nova's "Island"--and those are just the first four tracks.
The drawings have been affixed to a rigid support and laminated, making the mark seem ethereal and even further annulling any possible subjectivity.
Thanks to Giselle's ethereal second act, on the Ballet Nacional's touring program from the 1960s to the mid-1990s, Alonso enjoyed perhaps the longest stage career in ballet history.
But let us take nothing away from the splendid New Zealand-bred filly Ethereal, who came with a powerful late run to snatch the Melbourne Cup in dramatic style.
The final part of the journey explores the ethereal realms of Paradise, where Dante is guided by a ravishing Beatrice through the shimmering, starry firmament to touch the face of God.
Employing standard rock-funk instrumentation while manipulating the sonics in the style of Jamaican dub and European electronics, Sly and Robbie created grooves that were both raw and refined, vigorously physical yet ethereal, while Grace's commanding sing-speak, obviously international in its pronunciation and timing, heightened the crystal cool drama.