Breeders' Cup Turf winner Little Mike will meet New Zealand champion, 2012 Cox Plate winner Ocean Park, in the Dubai Duty Free, in which British hopes rest with Wigmore Hall, Trade Storm, who won the Group 2 Zabeel Mile at Meydan, and his Beverly D Stakeswinning stablemate I'm A Dreamer.
What does NZCH stand for?
NZCH stands for New Zealand Champion (dog show)
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- New Zealand Curriculum Framework (Ministry of Education; New Zealand)
- New Zion Christian Fellowship (various locations)
- New Zealand Christian Football Association (soccer)
- New Zealand Community Funding Agency (Department of Social Welfare, New Zealand)
- New Zealand Credit and Finance Institute
- New Zealand Cartoon Gallery (website)
- New Zealand Coast Guard
- New Zealand College Games
- New Zealand Consulate-General
- Nacionalna Zajednica Crnogoraca Hrvatske (Croatian: National Community of Croatian Montenegrins)
- New Zealand Council of Homeopaths (est. 1999)
- New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies (University of Canterbury; Christchurch, New Zealand)
- New Zealand Charter of Health Practitioners
- New Zealand Chatham Islands
- New Zealand Crash Investigators (Auckland, New Zealand)
- New Zealand Chemical Industry Council
- New Zealand Construction Industry Council
- New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development (Auckland, New Zealand)
- New Zealand Cosmetic Laboratories (est. 1946)
- New Zealand Chinese Language Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
He is now a six-time New Zealand champion and has already been taking part in promotional work for the inaugural NZ GP ahead of the March 31 event.
That would involve the New Zealand champions [Auckland], along with the top Sri Lankan and West Indies sides, and the fourth-placed Indian Premier League team [the Kolkata Knight Riders], The Dominion Post reports.
The visiting Potters will be headlined by the brilliant Lee Complin, a young man with an excellent scoring record at Berwick, with his main backing coming from five-time New Zealand champion Jason Bunyan - who hails from Milton Keynes but spends his winters in the Kiwi sunshine.
However, the visitors will be without New Zealand champion Andrew Bargh who has an ankle injury and have drafted in Teessider Ashley Johnson as a guest reserve at No 6.
Bailey controlled the match throughout and beat the New Zealand champion 9-1 9-6 9-4.