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EDDIE HASKELL UP TO WIN $67,000 SANTA ANITA ALLOWANCE FEATURE BY A HEAD OVER TWO-TIME BREEDERS’ CUP CHAMP STORMY LIBERAL AS ROSARIO & GLATT TEAM FOR NEW FIVE FURLONG TURF COURSE RECORD OF 55.06

first_imgEDDIE HASKELL UP TO WIN $67,000 SANTA ANITA ALLOWANCE FEATURE BY A HEAD OVER TWO-TIME BREEDERS’ CUP CHAMP STORMY LIBERAL AS ROSARIO & GLATT TEAM FOR NEW FIVE FURLONG TURF COURSE RECORD OF 55.06 STORMY LIBERAL HAS VALID EXCUSE, AS HE STUMBLED SIGNIFICANTLY TURNING FOR HOME ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 22, 2019)–Eddie Haskell didn’t leave it to Beaver Cleaver or anyone else on Friday at Santa Anita, as he ran down two-time Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint winner Stormy Liberal to take the day’s $67,000 allowance feature by a head while setting a new course record for five furlongs on turf.  Ridden by Joel Rosario and trained by Mark Glatt, Eddie Haskell, a 6-year-old California-bred gelding by Square Eddie, got the distance in 55.06, shading five one hundreds of a second off the old record, set by Brandothebartender on Oct. 20, 2018.“Rosario’s the key with this horse,” said Glatt, who claimed “Eddie” for $50,000 seven starts back on April 26, 2018.  “He gets this horse to relax and he obviously loves this distance.”A stalking third, just to the outside of early leader Calculator and Stormy Liberal turning for home, Eddie Haskell hit his best stride late and got his sixth win from nine tries at five furlongs on turf.Off at 4-1 in a field of five older horses, Eddie Haskell paid $10.40, $2.60 and $2.40.Owned by Phillip J. Wood and Jim Hailey, Eddie Haskell picked up $52,260 ($12,060 of which was from the California-bred incentive fund) for the win, increasing his earnings to $373,107 while improving his overall mark to 18-7-1-5.  Bred in California by Reddam Racing, LLC, Eddie Haskell is out of the Boston Harbor mare Teresa Ann.For his part, Stormy Liberal, trained by Peter Miller and ridden by Drayden Van Dyke, appeared to have a tangible excuse as he stumbled turning for home, causing him to lose his action for a moment.  Undeterred, he kept to his task in game fashion, however, Van Dyke lost his stick while between horses in the shadow of the wire, which appeared to have little impact on the result.Off as the prohibitive 1-5 favorite as he prepped for the Group I Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai late next month, Stormy Liberal finished 1 ¾ lengths in front of stablemate Calculator and paid $2.10 and $2.10.“We’ll have to see how he is,” said Miller.  “Hopefully, we can go on with him.”Ridden by apprentice Heriberto Figueroa, Calculator, the biggest price in the field at 22-1, paid $4.00 to show.Fractions on race, set by Calculator, were 20.88 and 43.51.last_img read more

Crossfit, the fashion sport enterprise: how much does it cost to mount a ‘field’

first_imgThe great facet of organising a crossfit retailer is that you simply don’t want the newest mannequin machines with exorbitant costs. Neglect treadmills, bicycles or weight machines that may cost 1000’s of euros. For instance, a cage prices about 2,000 euros, and the whole expenditure on weights and ropes is much decrease than that of a typical gymnasium. Nor can a good stereo be wanted for set up.As the portal experiences Ediziones from Europa Press, To give you the option to use the crossfit identify you’ll have to have the official degree 1 crossfit title to which it’s essential to add the fee of an annual price that’s round 2,500 euros, or what’s the similar about 230 euros monthly. You even have to consider the municipal charges that you’ve got to pay to municipalities to have the enterprise license. These costs normally range in accordance to the cities. To all this we should add what you need to spend on advertising to publicize what you are promoting. Including every thing, to launch the enterprise they might have to have saved about 30,000 euros minimal, however this cash can enhance to 60,000.What’s crossfit? The crosfit is predicated on utilizing weights and a few ropes. Throughout coaching, ten bodily capacities are elevated to which specialists give the biggest significance. They’re fairly exhausting workout routines however the outcomes may be seen in a quick time. What makes crossfit particular is that they’re intense and steady bodily workout routines corresponding to weightlifting, athletics or gymnastics, but when one thing issues it is resistance. They could not know it however crossfit was created for the coaching of the army in the US, so you will get an concept of ​​the hardness of the workout routines. In the subway and in the market. For those who dwell in Spain, you’ll hear this phrase in every single place for a few months: it known as crossfit and it is just not but recognized if it has come to keep or is The brand new sports activities bubble. At the second, what is obvious is that it is a supply of cash. In case you are an entrepreneur and have no idea what to put money into, right here is an concept.Take a calculator and begin including, initially you’ve to take into consideration what sort of society you need to kind. If it is a restricted firm, the preliminary capital to be disbursed will likely be 3,000 euros.The most important funding will likely be in renting a place since you can’t select any and it is a mounted expense each month. Take into account that a comparatively massive house is required with a dressing space and a flooring ready for sports activities, the rubber flooring can cost about 4,000 euros. Extra meters, more cash to disburse and if the enterprise is in a massive metropolis, the worth will increase significantly. It isn’t the similar as a place in Madrid than in a smaller metropolis, neither is it the similar to lease in a central neighborhood to lease on the periphery. Let’s say that the lease can vary from 300 to 1000’s of euros. A neighborhood crossfit. Picture: Getty last_img read more

Barça Cardoner vice president positive for coronavirus

first_imgThe first vice president of FC Barcelona, Jordi Cardoner, has tested positive for coronavirus, although it is in good condition and confined to his home.The Catalan club confirmed the information that the Metropolis website gave yesterday Friday night and added that the vice president is in good condition. FC Barcelona sent their staff home for weeks as well as its athletes, holding meetings between the different levels, as well as in the management sphere, through telematic support.last_img

LGC must function without political direction

first_imgDear Editor,The Local Government Commission (LGC) Act was passed in Parliament in 2013 after which the LGC was formed to address and solve local government issues in the various municipalities and NDCs in Guyana. The LGC is mandated under section 19 of the LGC Act 2013 to recruit (by the prescribed procedures in keeping with the law), discipline and dismiss staff at all Local Authority Areas (LAA) as one of its many tasks.With these powers bestowed on the Local Government Commission, can this body fulfil their mandate effectively and without impartiality? Recently I noticed in the media numerous amounts of corruption were highlighted by Neil Kumar, asking the LGC to investigate. How quickly can these matters be addressed, and will there be any cover for certain matters or individuals.The issue pertaining to the hiring of the Town Clerk at the Rose Hall municipality was dealt with in a timely manner by the Local Government Commission, despite over ruling a unanimous decision of the municipality. I do hope other issues raised by Kumar will be given the same preferential treatment to be resolve immediately.Because of the composition and the way a specific Commissioner was chosen, I am of the view that this Commission will be using it power to hired persons who are working in the best interest of the coalition Government to derail and destabilise the LAAs managed by the People’s Progressive Party (PPP). I am confident that the PPP nominees are fighters who will highlight the deficiencies to ensure that the mandate of this important independent Commission is not politically hijacked by the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change coalition Government.Sincerely,Zamal Hussainlast_img read more

City must be brave for Liverpool mission – Guardiola

first_img0Shares0000Guardiola celebrates City’s second goal against Man Utd, but they ultimately crumbled to a 3-2 defeat. © AFP / Paul ELLISMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Apr 8 – Manchester City have to shrug off the body blow of letting a two-goal lead and the chance to win the Premier League title against bitter rivals Manchester United slip to raise themselves for a Champions League rescue mission against Liverpool on Tuesday.Victory against United would have seen City crowned champions of England for the fifth time, and they looked well on course to do so in the sweetest style in Saturday’s Manchester derby as captain Vincent Kompany and Ilkay Gundogan propelled them into a richly deserved two-goal half-time lead. However, City’s chances of landing a first ever Champions League crown were likely dealt a fatal blow when they conceded three times in 19 minutes first-half minutes to a rampant Liverpool at Anfield in the first leg last week.And they were even more porous as United fought back to turn the game around in a 16-minute spell just after half-time as a Paul Pogba double and Chris Smalling’s winner handed United a famous win.“Contratulations to United. Now we will try, if we are brave enough, to stand up again and focus on Tuesday,” said City manager Pep Guardiola.With City still boasting a 13-point lead at the top of the Premier League despite their first home league defeat of the season, Guardiola showed his priorities lay with the Champions League before kick-off.Kevin De Bruyne, City’s leading candidate for player of the year awards, was left on the bench alongside strikers Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero.– No case for City defence –However, even their firepower will count for nothing if City defend as they have in losing back-to-back games for the first time this season.And Guardiola admitted the way his side are built to play on the front foot could leave them exposed to an away goal that will almost certainly seal Liverpool’s place in the last four.“Today United didn’t shot one time in the first half. Second half they arrive twice and score two goals.“It is tough sometimes mentally. We are a young team and a team to create sometimes, not to defend.”In a recurring theme of his near two-year reign in charge of City, Guardiola also lamented his side’s inability to take their chances at the other end as Raheem Sterling missed two glorious opportunities to extend City’s lead with the score at 2-0.However, inspired by Barcelona’s remarkable comeback from a 4-0 first-leg deficit to Paris Saint-Gemrain, Guardiola — a Champions League winner as both a player and a coach at Barcelona — insisted that a remarkable comeback is possible if City are clinical on the night.“In football anything can happen. It is the first time we lose two games in a row, first time in the season it has happened and now we have to recover, try again, come back to basics and win games,” added Guardiola.“I tell them we are going to try guys. I was a football player, I know how they feel and how uncomfortable a situation it is. Like all the season I like to be with them and nothing else.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: GAOTH DOBHAIR AND KILLYBEGS THROUGH TO THE LAST EIGHT

first_imgGaoth Dobhair victorious, but county star Neil was sent offGAOTH Dobhair and Killybegs are through to the quarter-finals of the RnaG County Championship after victories this evening.There were scenes of celebrations at Magheragallon as a last minute goal from Tom Diver snatched a one point victory for Gaoth Dobhair who finished the game without county star Neil McGee who was sent off.The final score against Termon was 1-10 to 1-09. Killybegs had an easier time of it as the never looked under threat as they beat Dungloe 0-15 to 0-09.There were some great scores from John Ban Gallagher, Benny Boyle, Jason Noctor and Hugh McFadden.Elsewhere Four Masters beat Malin 1-12 to 1-06, Glenfin won 3-10 to 1-10 at MacCumhaills.St Eunan’s had a 1-13 to 0-06 victory away at Ardara and St Michael’s defeated Naomh Conaill 5-10 to 1-10. Aodh Ruadh drew 2-10 each with Buncrana.Sent results to info@donegaldaily.com COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: GAOTH DOBHAIR AND KILLYBEGS THROUGH TO THE LAST EIGHT was last modified: July 6th, 2013 by John2Share 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:COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: GAOTH DOBHAIR AND KILLYBEGS THROUGH TO THE LAST EIGHTlast_img read more

DONEGAL SFC: ARDARA DRAW WITH FOUR MASTERS IN CHAMPIONSHIP THRILLER

first_imgPaul Durcan has endured a difficult week, but he showed his class this afternoon and was outstanding for Four Masters as they drew with Ardara in the Donegal SFC.Ardara and Four Masters served up an entertaining championship match this afternoon, but still couldn’t be separated at the end as the game ended in a draw. Ardara will rue the chances they missed during the game, especially in the closing stages when they posted two wide’s, if they converted either chance it would’ve secured them a crucial victory.Earlier in the half Paul Durcan thwarted two glorious goal chances for Ardara. The Donegal stopper has endured a very difficult week in the aftermath of the All-Ireland final, but he delivered an excellent performance for Four Masters, and only reiterated why he’s regarded by many as one of the best goalkeepers this county has ever produced.Four Masters settled into the game the better, and raced into an early 0-03 to 0-01 lead.Tomas Boyle pointed for Ardara, before county star Luke Keaney extended the Four Masters lead.Points from Noel Gallagher, Ryan Mailey and Kieran Breslin brought Ardara back into the game and they went in at the interval leading by one. Half-time score Four Masters 0-06 Ardara 0-07In the second-half scores were very hard to come by and both sides were guilty of kicking bad wide’s.But the game as a contest was absorbing, the game ebbed and flowed throughout, Ardara extended their lead out two points with ten minutes to go, but Four Masters rallied back to level at 0-09 apiece.In the final five minutes both sides went in search of the winner, but neither could get that elusive score that would’ve snatched victory.Ardara had two great chances late on but were unable to convert. Tensions flared towards the end and Conor Glasson and Barry Dunnion were both given black cards.Final score Four Masters 0-09 Ardara 0-09DONEGAL SFC: ARDARA DRAW WITH FOUR MASTERS IN CHAMPIONSHIP THRILLER was last modified: September 28th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:ArdaraDonegal SFCfour mastersnewsPaul DurcanSportlast_img read more

McCONALOGUE SLAMS GOVERNMENT’S REFUSAL TO GIVE MORE PROTECTION TO EMERGENCY WORKERS

first_imgDonegal TD Charlie McConalogue has slammed the Government’s decision not to provide extra protection to frontline emergency workers including Gardai.A Fianna Fáil Bill in the Dáil that proposed a minimum 5 year jail term for anyone convicted of assaulting or threatening the life of an on duty garda, nurse, ambulance worker or fireman.But this was voted down by Fine Gael and the Labour parties. Deputy McConalogue has pointed to the cases of tragic Donegal Gardai Robbie McCallion and Gary McLoughlin who were killed in the line of duty here.“I strongly believe that anyone who assaults an emergency worker in the line of duty needs to feel the full rigour of the law,” said Deputy McConalogue.“Unfortunately those working in our emergency services in Donegal have had to endure the deaths of two gardaí here in recent times. Garda Robbie McCallion and Garda Gary McLoughlin were two fine young men who were killed in the course of their duties serving the people of Donegal.“We have seen how judges’ hands are tied when it comes to tough sentences for those convicted of such crimes. We saw in the trial following the death of Garda Robbie McCallion who was killed in the line of duty in Letterkenny that the fact he was a serving member of the gardaí and was on duty at the time made no difference during his court case,” he said. He added this was not the fault of the judge but because our laws do not allow for specific sentences for attacks on gardaí and other emergency workers.“There is clearly a gap in the law when a garda is killed or harmed in the line of duty. The legislative process does not give him any recognition for the fact that he was a serving member of An Garda Síochána.“I believe that those who put themselves at risk to save lives and to keep our communities safe must be given extra protection by the law.“I am calling on the Government to adopt a greater sense of urgency in relation to this matter. We need to send out a strong message that we value our emergency workers and that we are willing to protect those who protect us,” he said.McCONALOGUE SLAMS GOVERNMENT’S REFUSAL TO GIVE MORE PROTECTION TO EMERGENCY WORKERS was last modified: October 10th, 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:Charlie McConalogueemergency workersGardaiGary McLoughlinRobbie McCallionlast_img read more

GARDA UNION CALLS EMERGENCY MEETING AS OFFICERS MOVED FROM RURAL AREAS

first_imgLetterkenny Garda station. Fewer staff availableExclusive: RURAL Garda stations in Co Donegal will be hit after officers were ordered to report for duty to Letterkenny because there are so few gardai available, Donegal Daily has learned.The Garda Representative Association has called an emergency meeting later this week to discuss the proposals as the force in Donegal struggles to manage.One in five gardai have left the Donegal Division in the past five years; a 20 per cent drop in resources with less than 390 officers available for duty. It is now the most least resourced division in the State.We understand gardaí in smaller rural and village stations have been told they will have to report for duty for two months to larger stations, including Letterkenny.The Garda Representative Association refused to name the stations involved, but confirmed anger among its members.“The GRA has been contacted by a number of our members who have expressed their concerns at plans to utilise members from stations in smaller towns and villages to alleviate manpower shortages in larger urban centres,” said a GRA spokesman. “It has not been confirmed but periods of 8 weeks absence from member’s stations are understood to be under consideration. Because of operational sensitivities and in the interest of community safety, the association cannot comment on the individual stations affected.“What we can say is that such moves are symptomatic of the chronic underfunding and lack of resources available to police both urban and rural parts of the County.“The stations from which members are being utilised are already understaffed with members carrying out the duties of colleagues and supervisors who have not been replaced following retirements and transfers.“Removing them to make up for shortfalls in other locations will create even more problems and is not addressing the fundamental issue of lack of resources.”The GRA says the situation in Donegal has never been worse. “Rural policing has been decimated by the cut-backs imposed by successive years of austerity with what little resources that were available being channelled towards larger stations where demand was considered to be greater,” said the GRA spokesman.“Now that the cumulative effects of successive years of underfunding and the recruitment ban are jeopardising the ability to police larger towns, rural policing is being further stripped away in an attempt to paper over the cracks. Stations will be operational in name only as members are constantly deployed elsewhere due to shortages.“It is widely accepted that community based officers are one of the most effective ways of delivering a police service in both urban and rural communities the world over.“An Garda Siochana has a proud tradition of policing from within communities which is the envy of many other police services, yet the response to funding shortfalls in this country seems to be to dismantle such connections in favour of a “fire brigade” model of policing which is less effective and will prove more costly in the long run.” The spokesman warned: “Our members are at breaking point. They simply have no more to give. Their productivity, flexibility and goodwill are the threads holding policing together yet they are constantly expected to deliver more.“It is not sustainable to deliver the same service with reduced staffing levels.“Members are being expected to take on the workload of another location with the required level of follow up and investigation required for incidents they attend, yet they are still responsible for investigation files and other duties at their own station while absent.“There is no allowance for this from management who will hold individual members to account through the disciplinary process when inevitably the level of service delivered to the public fails to meet their expectations.“Yet again frontline members are being expected to make up for the shortfall in funding and are being held accountable for the inevitable drop in standard of service which can be delivered with insufficient resources.”It’s understood the emergency meeting will take place later this week.Gardai are forbidden from taking strike action.However a number of gardai insist they can no longer sit back and watch policing being eroded further in Donegal.“We care about the communities we serve but we are no longer able to cope,” admitted one.“We are going to meet to see what we can do – we need the public to support us because at this rate there will be no policing service left in rural or urban areas of this county.”GARDA UNION CALLS EMERGENCY MEETING AS OFFICERS MOVED FROM RURAL AREAS was last modified: January 12th, 2015 by John2Share 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:cutsGardashortagestaff shortagelast_img read more

MINISTER McHUGH SETS THE STAGE FOR BEO’S SURVIVAL!

first_imgMinister Joe McHugh meets the students behind BEOWhat’s that coming over the hill? Thats Aire na Gaeltachta Joe Mc Hugh coming to save BEO.BEO founded in 2009 started by organising gigs with original music for teenager in Letterkenny.Having entered a national competition in 2010 BEO branded itself, put a business plan together and the committee of the time sold the idea of expansion to firstly Micheal Heaney of Donegal Co Co and secondly MarieAnn Kane of the then Donegal VEC. There were three national finals held in Letterkenny from 2012 to 2014 with winners from Co. Wexford, Co Limerick and last year from Co Cork.Last year saw 32 school enter the competition asteady increase from the 8 that entered in 2012.While 2014 started very well for BEO but with the ETB budget being cut by 16% funds were proving difficult to find.This led to an email being circuated ending BEO in December. It was then that Aire Mc Hugh appeared on his white horse and pulled some funding together to fund Comórtas BEO for 2015.He has also promised to do his upmost to help secure funding for the competition into the future. BEO filled 130 beds in Letterkenny last March and brought students to Donegal from all corners of the country.This year’s committee are delighted with the news and met with Joe this week to thank him for his intervention.MINISTER McHUGH SETS THE STAGE FOR BEO’S SURVIVAL! was last modified: January 29th, 2015 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:BeodonegalJoe McHughlast_img read more