RIVER BOYNE & CATAPULT HEAD SATURDAY’S GRADE I, $400,000 FRANK E. KILROE MILE ON SANTA ANITA LAWN FIRST POST TIME FOR 10-RACE PROGRAM SATURDAY SET FOR 1 P.M. ARCADIA, Calif. (March 27, 2019)–Although he was the beaten favorite in his most recent start, Irish-bred River Boyne, who has won six out of his seven career turf starts at Santa Anita, will vie for favoritism in Saturday’s Grade I Frank E. Kilroe Mile (turf) with Kentucky-bred Catapult, who should relish a return to firm ground for John Sadler. The Kilroe, one of four graded stakes on Saturday, has attracted a field of six older horses.RIVER BOYNEOwner: Red Baron’s Barn, LLC & Rancho TemescalTrainer: Jeff MullinsA game head winner of the Grade II Mathis Brothers Mile two starts back on Dec. 26, this 4-year-old colt was forced to steady a furlong out in the Grade III, one mile turf Thunder Road on Feb. 9, and finished fourth, beaten 1 ¼ lengths as the 3-5 favorite on a turf course that was listed as “good.” With regular rider Flavien Prat away to ride in Dubai, Drayden Van Dyke will try his hand for the first time on River Boyne, who has three wins and a second from five starts at one mile on turf.CATAPULTOwner: Woodford Racing, LLCTrainer: John SadlerA winner of two Grade II turf stakes three and four starts back at Del Mar this past summer, this 6-year-old full horse by Kitten’s Joy was a close second in the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Mile two starts back on Nov. 3 at Churchill Downs. Keen in the early stages, Catapult finished fourth, beaten 4 ½ lengths over a yielding turf going 1 3/16 miles in the Grade I Pegasus World Cup Turf Invitational on Jan. 26 at Gulfstream Park. The leading money earner in the field with $1,448,359, Catapult, who will be making his 18thcareer start, is 10-3-4-1 at one mile on turf.OHIOOwner: Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners & Bruce TreitmanTrainer: Michael McCarthyClaimed for $50,000 six starts back on June 10 and a subsequent $28,000 claiming winner in his next start on Aug. 19, this 8-year-old Brazilian-bred gelding is enjoying a resurgence of late, with his most recent start resulting in a close second place finish in the Grade III Thunder Road Stakes here on Feb. 9, which came on the heels of a 6 ½ length tally in a minor one mile turf stakes at Turf Paradise Jan. 12.THE GRADE I FRANK E. KILROE MILE WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 5 of 10 Approximate post time 3 p.m. PTHunt–Brice Blanc–120Ohio–Ruben Fuentes–120Desert Stone–Geovanni Franco–120Catapult–Drayden Van Dyke–122Next Shares–Kent Desormeaux–124River Boyne–Rafael Bejarano–122First post time for a 10-race card on Saturday is at 1 p.m. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
The Association of Spanish Soccer Players will meet on the afternoon of this Tuesday with the First Division captains. After doing so with the second-tier teams days ago, the union president, David Aganzo, will discuss with them today the protocol for returning to LaLiga training sessions, schedules and all the news in the world of football that directly affects them. In addition, it will be made available to everyone, along with Secretary General Diego Rivas, to clarify all doubts that exist regarding the negotiations that are taking place, club by club, with the ERTE as well as the cuts suffered by the players and those who are to come.The summit, via telematics, will take place only a few hours after Fali, Cádiz central, will explode in AS yesterday with some statements that have made a lot of difference between the players and the coaches, going one step further from the statements by Busquets, Suso, Setién, Oltra … A good part of them share them, especially when some have already made it clear that they are not He likes the pre-League concentrations proposed to be able to restart the competition and that they will only follow the instructions of the Government and Health. Cejudo was clear this Tuesday (see, attached, his Instagram), as Escudero (“Fali is right”) or the physical trainer of Almería, Javier Agenjo (“Protocol can be harmful to train”). Instagram | Álvaro Cejudo ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Álvaro Cejudo, a Racing player, shows his support for FaliInstagram | Álvaro Cejudo “They call me crazy but I won’t play; life is worth more than money,” said Fali. And added: “If they are 100% sure that we will not expose ourselves to the virus, sign a piece of paper. If something happens to us that will ruin their lives. Let the League return when we are really safe. If we put all the clubs hand in hand, they will not be able to play soccer. It cannot, no matter how much they force us. We are the protagonists and if the soccer players say no, it is no. It is so. We have to be everyone; not four. Let them think of all people, not themselves. Let them think of everything that can happen. Let them get into the worst. Because then the worst comes and they will say: if I had done this, it would not have happened. Well now we can do it, not when we play and on the third day there is a contagion “.AFE will also meet the next few days with LaLiga to address all the fears that right now it has faced in some points, in peace, the clubs with their footballers. Furthermore, the union will continue to participate in the different working groups coordinated by the CSD to analyze and decide all the decisions aimed at alleviating the effects of the crisis. AFE will also participate in the next meetings between the CSD, RFEF and LaLiga after not being present in the Viana Pact.
Police on Friday arrested two males in separate instances, who were found in possession of a quantity of narcotics.In the first case, Police in ‘F’ Division (Interior Locations) nabbed a Bartica man, who has been under Police surveillance.According to reports, at about 17:00h on Friday, the suspect was walking on First Avenue, Bartica, Region Seven (Cuyuni/Mazaruni) with a bag, when Police ranks stopped and searched him. Ranks unearthed in excess of 28 pounds of compressed cannabis wrapped in several taped parcels.Meanwhile, earlier in the day at about 08:00h, an intelligence led operation in ‘D’ Division (West Demerara/East Bank Essequibo) resulted in the arrest of a male with narcotics.It was reported that police ranks conducted a search at house at East Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara (WCD) and found unearthed 229 grams of cocaine along with 114 grams of cannabis.
…bought for $15M, but needs $6M in repairs – ChairmanThe Region Six Administration has been called upon to investigate the purchase of a bulldozer which is different from what is documented in the regional records.The bulldozer was taken to the regional compound on Wednesday with mud and other debris on it.The bulldozer in the regional office compoundIn its 2017 budget proposal, the administration had proposed the purchase of a bulldozer to shape dams in the rice cultivation area and to assist cash crop farmers. As such $20 million were proposed for the purchase of the bulldozer, and this sum was approved in the 2017 National Budget.On Thursday, Councillor Zamal Hussain called on the administration to explain what was purchased, as he lamented that the bulldozer that was purchased appeared to be a “large Christmas toy,” and not the piece of equipment which the region needs.Weighing in on his observations, Regional Chairman David Armogan noted that the equipment appeared to be a D3 Caterpillar bulldozer, which was repainted and had a D4 sticker placed on it. The disputed bulldozer was reputed to have been purchased at a cost of $15 million.According to the Regional Chairman, based on its obvious level of deterioration, a further $6 million will soon have to be spent on the bulldozer.Regional Executive Officer Kim Stephens told the RDC that the bulldozer was not yet part of the region’s property, and the supplier is being awaited to hand over the registration.The REO has said that if this bulldozer is not the right piece of equipment, then it needs to be returned to the vendor.Moreover, Armogan has said that engineers should be invited to examine the equipment and evaluate its cost, and also whether it was indeed a Caterpillar D4 bulldozer.He has called for a full investigation into the matter. (Andrew Carmichael)
That’s actually better than the norm for all 92 days of June-July and August, which is 211.5 millimetres. That total this year was unofficially 265.5. Now, however, local farmers and ranchers are focused on a month of harvest operations and looking for less precipitation. One would assume they’re not necessarily hoping for it to be as dry as last September, when the area received only 2.6 millimetres.- Advertisement –
TAYLOR, B.C. – At a District of Taylor Council meeting on Monday, following three readings, Council gave final approval to the District’s revised Open Air Burning Bylaw.The Bylaw had been revised following a recommendation for further review during a meeting in July.One of the changes to the Bylaw was the required parameters for having a firepit on a property. Council felt that the required parameters of six metres between the fire pit and objects was too great of an area and would automatically ban most residents from having a small fire in their backyard.- Advertisement -The required parameters, for the most part, has been reduced down to two metres.Now that Council has given the first three readings and has given final approval, the revised Bylaw is now adopted.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and Burnley boss Sean Dyche 1 Burnley manager Sean Dyche has hit back at Jose Mourinho’s criticism of referee Martin Atkinson after the Chelsea boss blamed officials for his side’s 1-1 draw with the Clarets on Saturday.After the Stamford Bridge clash, Mourinho highlighted four “crucial moments” in a thinly-vied attack on Atkinson, the most controversial of which saw midfielder Nemanja Matic sent off in the second half.Matic was dismissed for pushing Ashley Barnes after the Burnley striker had caught the Serbia international with a high, late challenge that Mourinho described as “criminal”.Chelsea’s website also broke down the incidents, while publishing the views of personalities who agreed with their manager.But Dyche claimed it was necessary to “give a balanced view” on the game’s events in a ten-minute interview with Burnley TV, in which the boss defended Barnes’ tackle.“When moments like that occur, it’s very rare there is not a reaction to that moment in the stadium,” the manager said.“Look at the reaction from a bunch of expert footballers from the Chelsea side – the likes of John Terry, Kurt Zouma, Branislav Ivanovic – big, strong boys who are on right top of this moment.“Jose Mourinho has a similar view to me, the crowd behind me, circa 15,000, no-one reacts. In live time no-one reacts except Matic.“After the event, with hindsight and slow motion, statements like ‘criminal tackle’ are being used. I find that hard to adjust to.”Dyche also believes Barnes’ tackle was not malicious, but instead a natural movement of his leg after the forward failed to complete a pass.“After the event of course, it looks an ugly challenge,” he added.“Ashley Barnes tried to play the ball down to Dave Jones behind him, his momentum and the pendulum motion of his leg swings up through the ball.“Matic is late getting there – not in a vicious way – but that means his [Barnes’] leg pendulums through and hits him on the shin.”The Clarets boss also addressed the other three incidents that Mourinho cited, including two Chelsea penalty appeals that Atkinson turned down before half-time.Dyche admits Michael Kightly’s handball in the 33rd minute would “usually” result in a spot-kick but insisted Jason Shackell’s apparent push on Diego Costa eight minutes later was harder to call.“Jason Shackell definitely gets a mild hand on him – is that enough for him to go down? It’s a real debating point,” he said.“That’s a close one. The first one usually gets given but that one is a real tough one for referees.“He [Costa] is off balance anyway, he gets a slight nudge and he goes down.“I’m not remotely saying he went down easily or is trying to simulate, I just mean it’s a mild contact which inevitably means he ends up on the floor.“I think that’s a tough one, particularly when you consider the referee’s actual angle to see that incident.”
Juvenile Notes.Our Juvenile members were treated to a lovely autumnal morning for their weekly Saturday morning competition. The club would like to welcome two new competitors, Enda Mc Cormack and new member Patrick Page. We wish Patrick many happy years on the fairways in Dunfanaghy. Indeed Enda nearly made it to first place, finishing up tied second with Conor Cheevers (they could not be split on BOT) and they only had one shot to spare from the ever improving Kyle Mc Garvey, who but for a mishap on the 18th would have beaten this week’s winner Edward O Reilly. Edward recorded his first victory courtesy of some long putts holed. The weekly Juvenile competition continue this Saturday morning at 9am sharp, further details from Brian Dolan 087 2334418. Two reminders firstly we have the Captain V’s President this weekend entry sheet in the shop and secondly Winter Membership is now available from 1st October 2012 to 31st March 2013, €150 per person.03/10/2012 Wednesday open StablefordNeil McGinley 44 ptsDavid Alcorn 43 ptsDonal Boyle 35 ptsMichael Ward 40 ptsCss 37 pts05/10/2012Friday 14 Hole Stableford Frank Kelly 29 ptsn.c.10/07/2012Brian McGinley Memorial William Hamilton 63Kevin Ward 64Daniel McColgan 71Charles Roarty Jur 65 botBilly Griffin 30.5Michael Doyle 31.5Css 67GOLF NEWS: DUNFANAGHY CLUB NOTES was last modified: October 9th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:DUNFANAGHY GOLF CLUB NOTES
“However, the crisis does re-emphasise the need to continue implementing interventions identified, as these address the long-term structural constraints to the economy and seek to promote a fast-growing, dynamic and resilient economy.” “The emergence of the global economic crisis has begun to impact on the real economy, which does pose challenges for the government’s economic plan of action,” Mpahlwa said. And in January, the Cabinet approved the broad policy framework that will guide the country’s Water for Growth and Development initiative, aimed at ensuring a safe, secure supply of water. South Africa has also been investing heavily in its infrastructure in the lead-up to the 2010 Fifa World Cup, with billions being spent on transport infrastructure, stadiums and surrounding areas. Finance Minster Trevor Manuel said in his Budget speech in February that the government would spend an estimated R787-billion on public infrastructure over the next three years. This investment would not only boost the economy in the short, medium and long term, but also provide hundreds of thousands of people with employment during a period of expected economic hardship. The government’s decision to invest in infrastructure on a grand scale was now driving investment and sustaining the country’s economy, Mpahlwa said. “Progress has also been made in the construction and maintenance of water infrastructure, as well as gaining a better understanding of the water challenges that face us,” he said. A high level of public investment in South Africa’s infrastructure has helped sustain the country’s economy in the midst of the global economic recession. The work of the capital expenditure programme was vital in driving industrial development in the economy, Mpahlwa said, with undertakings such as Eskom’s build programme spurring mass investment. Source: BuaNews Speaking in Pretoria this week, Trade and Industry Minister Mandisi Mpahlwa said that while South Africa’s economic growth between 2004 and 2007 was initially driven by high commodity prices and increased consumer spending, the global recession had seen both commodity prices and consumer demand fall. Eskom’s R150-billion investment in electricity infrastructure for the five years leading to 2011/12 has begun, he added, with the return to service of power stations Camden, Grootvlei and Komati. 11 March 2009 Infrastructure investment
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