NINE-RACE CARD INCLUDES FOUR GRADED STAKES WITH FIRST POST TIME AT 12:30 P.M. ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 5, 2016)–There is a Pick Six carryover of $40,671 into Saturday at Santa Anita and it’s expected Saturday’s total Pick Six pool should approach $400,000 as four graded stakes will be included in an outstanding nine-race program.With the Grade III, $150,000 Robert B. Lewis carded as race four on Saturday, the Pick Six will get off to a classy beginning as Bob Baffert’s talented Mor Spirit, to be ridden by Gary Stevens, has been installed as the 8-5 morning line favorite in a field of seven 3-year-olds at 1 1/16 miles.Saturday’s fifth race, the Grade II, $300,000 Las Virgenes Stakes, will mark the 3-year-old debut of undefeated Eclipse Champion Filly Songbird, who will be ridden by Mike Smith and is a prohibitive 1-5 morning line favorite for Jerry Hollendorfer.An important steppingstone to the $1 million Santa Anita Handicap, the Grade II, $500,000 San Antonio Stakes, which is carded as Saturday’s seventh race, is headed by 5-2 morning line favorite Imperative, who is trained by Richard Baltas and will be ridden by Mike Smith.The Grade II, $200,000 San Marcos Stakes, at a mile and a quarter on turf for older horses, has been carded as the eighth race and offers fans a field of 11, with English-bred Hay Dude serving as the 5-2 morning line choice. Trained by Phil D’Amato, Hay Dude will be ridden by apprentice David Lopez.First post time on Saturday is at 12:30 p.m., admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. For complete morning line information and late changes, please visit santaanita.com.
The two main names on the table at United are Harry Kane and Jadon Sancho. for the attack front. With the current situation (and following the directive that Mourinho has given that it should not be sold to any club in the Premier) hiring Kane seems impossible. On the other hand, the sounding midfielder is Jack Grealish, from Aston Villa. The good performance of Bruno Fernandes also takes the strain off a possible Pogba exit… More and more voices at United indicate that it needs to be sold. Pogba approaches Madrid. That United needs liquidity to go to the market is not speculation. He said it himself Woodward, the entity’s CEO and chief executive officer, in a private forum of the football industry: “No one should be under any illusion about the magnitude of the challenge everyone faces in football and it may not be ‘business as usual’ for any club, including ourselves, in the transfer market this summer,” Woodward said. “As always, our priority is team success, great additions, but we need to know first what impact this crisis will have on the industry. On this basis, I can’t help but feel that speculation about individual player transfers for hundreds of millions of pounds this summer seems to ignore the realities facing the sport … “ He said in clear reference that United will not be able to cope with large additions. Of the three great names that are considered as incorporations for Madrid, Pogba, Haaland and Mbappé, it is the first, the Frenchman of United, who has it more complicated. The reason is simple: Florentino Pérez has never been very inclined to get involved in that operation, which he considers too expensive not to be an attacking player (a striker). However, being an express request from Zidane, Madrid tried his hiring twice, in 2016 and the summer of 2019. Now the name of Pogba is back on the table because he has a contract until 2021, Raiola, his agent, has already laid the foundations for an exit and the player would prioritize the white team before Juve or renew with United.It only remains to know how the crisis will affect the transfer market. These days it has transpired in England that United need liquidity to go to the market to make the two additions that Solsjkaer needs for next season, a striker and a midfielder. And given the situation of Pogba, everything indicates that its sale is the best solution. Last summer United already put a price on it: 180 million euros. This, would not be worth more than 100, considering that he only has one year left on his contract (although United can extend it one more unilaterally, it does not seem likely that he will) and that he has only been able to play five games as a starter for his ankle injuries.
IN-form trainer Anthony ‘Baba’ Nunes continued where he left off last season, saddling three winners on the McKay Security Limited-sponsored 10-race programme at Caymanas Park yesterday, including the grey SOY EL SENOR in the New Year’s Day Trophy. Offering odds of 2-1 in the 1300-metre co-feature for four-year-olds and up, SOY EL SENOR, ridden by bang in-form stable apprentice Linton Steadman, got first run (inside) on the howling 1-5 favourite BUBBLING KITTEN entering the straight and under a bustling ride, held her at bay by 11/2 lengths for a decisive victory. It was SOY EL SENOR’s second consecutive win over the distance and the four-year-old son of He’stherealthing – JosÈ Marsan completed a triple for Nunes, who was awarded the second race in the Stewards’ Room via 5-1 chance HELLO LADY following the disqualification of first past the post MY COMPANION (the odds on favourite). He also won the third with 1-2 favourite LEGENDARY PLEASURE by a nose from CHEERS, with Steadman aboard. Meanwhile, the $1 million renewal of the McKay Security Trophy over 1820 metres for $180,000 claimers, also resulted in a close finish with 2-1 chance BATIDOR DE MUNDO staving off the fast finishing BARS OF GOLD (6-1) by a neck in a field of 12. It was a fitting victory for BATIDOR DE MUNDO, whose owner/trainer Gregory Forsyth is a security personnel at McKay Security. Forsyth was elated with the win: “I claimed this horse from trainer Errol Waugh in late October with this race in mind,” he disclosed. “Having dropped class for this valuable race, I was pretty confident of victory and although it was close in the end, after he was sent through by the rider Jevanne Erwin at the half mile, showed good battling qualities to hold on for the win.” Earlier in the afternoon, trainer Gary Subratie completed a double when AWESOME DESTINY romped home as the 3-5 favourite in the CTL Fan Appreciation Day Trophy overnight allowance race over 1820 metres. The American four-year-old filly was ridden by champion apprentice Bebeto Harvey for owners We’re Family which includes former JFF president, Lincoln “Happy Sutherland’. Subratie also won the opening race, the Racing Office Plaque over 1400 metres for maiden three-year-olds with the front running even money chance GREAT FAITH, ridden by former champion Dane Nelson for owner Don Wehby and his father (Oakridge Farms). Steadman and Erwin shared the riding honours with two winners each. FITTING WIN
Former Chief Justice of Liberia Cllr. Gloria Musu has joined a small group of Liberians to have graduated from the prestigious Harvard Law School (HLS) of Harvard University. Cllr. Scott was recently part of HLS 2017 graduating class upon completing the prescribed courses for obtaining an LL.M degree.Cllr. Scott served as Chief Justice of Liberia’s Supreme Court from 1997 to 2003. Prior to and after that post she was a practicing lawyer, a Senator, and most recently, the chair of Liberia’s Constitutional Review Committee.She might have reached the highest peak of the legal profession in Liberia, but an elated Scott Cllr. Scott, who walked out of the walls of HLS on May 25, told Harvard Law Today (HLT) days to her graduation that for the past year she has been eager to be a student again. “If you come here thinking you know,” she insists, “then you won’t learn.”The importance of a good education—and the conviction that an educated woman can accomplish anything she wants to—is something that was instilled in her from childhood by a family who made sure she went to the best schools that Liberia had to offer, (HLT) writer, Audrey Kunycky, said about the renowned Liberian female Lawyer.But it was looking at the lives led by her mother and grandmother, and the inequalities they faced, that led her to study economics and law, to join student government, and to begin to participate in the political process in Liberia.In a Mother’s Day message to her deceased mother, Cllr. Scott dedicated her newest achievement to her mom, who she said helped instill in her hard work, dedication, resilience and love of education.“HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY, Ma Gertrude! This is for you. The seed you planted in my mind with your words are true. Education makes a woman’s life ‘different’. Thank you. I wish you were here to see that your vision is still alive and without boundaries or limitations. Sleep on with our God who has granted you eternal bliss. Ma Gertrude, I miss you,” she wrote on Facebook.Early in her career, Cllr. Scott was very instrumental in the formation of the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia. The organization still exists, providing legal aid to indigent women and girls. Later, she convinced the few women serving with her in the legislature to form a caucus that would serve as a platform for women’s issues.In spite of the many challenges Liberia faces, Cllr. Scott remains optimistic about a brighter future for Liberia. “I know that Liberia has a lot of problems. The situation with our lands, and the inequality, has existed for 200 years. How do we solve it? We need some deep thinking.” She told HLT.“So that’s why I came—to know what is happening in the world, what makes the U.S. the way it is, or Europe? What is the philosophy, the guiding principles? I guess I wanted the rigor of taking my mind to another level.”Scott has been further inspired by her research and writing at Harvard coupled with her classes, which included Poverty, Civil Rights and Development, Systemic Justice, Environmental Law, and a reading group on Poverty and Democracy. “Coming here, reading the law, going back into history, I saw that there was a system in place that bred inequality,” she noted. “I’ve learned a lot. The different ways that you can use the law to alleviate poverty, the different models…I’m taking that back with me.”She is expected back home soon to work with law schools, and as well urge them to add environmental law to their curricula and to explore how environmental protections could benefit Liberia and the region.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Photo Credit Harvard Law Today – Advertisement –
Cool as ice, Tuyisenge buried home the penalty after Meddie Kagere’s header off a Boniface Omondi corner landed on a Supersport United defender’s arms and though there were protests led by led by skipper Dean Furman, Tuyisenge went on to slot home.With nerves cracking him down, head coach Dylan Kerr could not stand watching the penalty and moved as way back as close to the stands as his side took the lead.Gor Mahia had chances in the opening half, but none of them landed on target.George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo had the first opportunity in the fifth minute when he took on a run on the left, playing a quick one-two change of passes with Jacques Tuyisenge but his final effort at goal was deflected for a corner.Gor Mahia’s Meddie Kagere vies for the ball with SuperSport United’s Mogan Gould during the first leg of a CAF Confederation Cup play-off round in Machakos on April 8, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaFive minutes later, Meddie Kagere’s shot on his weaker left foot went inches wide after drifting inside the box from the right.SuperSport had their first opportunity in the 14th minute when Mogan Gould beat Boniface Oluoch to the ball from Luke Gareth’s cross from the right, but his header went over.Gor kept on knocking on the SuperSport door trying to plant balls behind the defense, but this did not work out to their expectation.In the 19th minute, Kahata’s searching ball from the right landed on Odhiambo at the backpost but he could not land an effort on target.SuperSport were sitting back to suck in the pressure and bolting off on the first breaks. One such break almost caught Gor off their guard when Thuso Phala played Gould through, but the latter’s shot went whistling at the face of goal.The visitors were forced into a change after 34 minutes, burly centre-back Azubuke Emmanuel having to come off clutching his hamstring and was replaced by Gamolemo Kekana.Gor’s last straw of chances in the opening half came five minutes before the whistle, Kahata seeing his well curled freekick going inches over the bar with the keeper beaten.Gor Mahia’s Ernest Wendo vies for the ball with SuperSport United’s Dean Furman during the first leg of a CAF Confederation Cup play-off round in Machakos on April 8, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaFive minutes into the second half, SuperSport almost snapped the lead when Jaimie Graig’s cross from the right found Sipho Mbule unmarked at the far post, but the winger could not get a header on target, his contact going wide.Gor came close in the 55th minute when Odhiambo’s snap shot forced the keeper into a good save. Odhiambo had picked the ball inside the box after the SuperSport defense failed to convincingly clear a Francis Kahata free kick.Kahata had a go at goal himself in the 65th minute with another well taken shot this time on the half volley, but the keeper had it gathered and he managed to bounce back and pick the rebound ahead of a chasing Kagere.Gor kept on persisting and they finally earned for their labor via Tuyisenge’s penalty.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Jack Tuyisenge is joined by Meddie Kagere and Boniface Omondi in celebrating his goal against SuperSport United in a CAF Confederation Cup first round match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaMACHAKOS, Kenya, Apr 8- Jacques Tuyisenge’s 78th minute penalty earned Gor Mahia a priceless 1-0 win over SuperSport United in the first leg of a CAF Confederation Cup play-off round in Machakos on Sunday evening.The slim advantage now sees Gor Mahia inch closer to earning a CAF Confederations Cup group phase berth if only they can avoid defeat in the return leg to be played in South Africa in 10 days time.
Manchester United are set to complete a deal to sign former Newcastle United goalkeeper Paul Woolston, according to reports.The 20-year-old has previously been on trial at Old Trafford and having impressed with his distribution the club are set to land him on a season-long deal, say the Manchester Evening News. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium. Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Woolston, though, only stands at six-feet tall, which was part of the reason why he was released by the Magpies in the summer.He’s unlikely to threaten the first-team in the long-term but will provide adequate competition for Under-23 custodian Matej Kovar, while also helping 18-year-old Alex Fojticek improve.Manchester United have been left short between the sticks after a number of big decisions, including allowing fellow shot-stoppers Dean Henderson, Joel Pereira, and Kieran O’Hara to develop out on loan, selling Sam Johnstone, while also releasing Max Johnstone, Ilias Moutha-Sebtaoui and Theo Richardson. Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card MONEY Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade BEST OF no dice Latest Football News REVEALED Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? ADVICE Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move REVEALED REPLY huge blow shining 1 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade RANKED Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars
Leading hairdresser Patrick Gildea is certainly a colourful character.And Patrick just loves to talks about hair colour and what it means to youDonegal Daily took time out to interview one of the most talented and respected hairdressers in the industry in Ireland. We got some interesting and secret tips especially for you. DD: So Patrick what about the Irish Red head?Patrick: You mean beautiful Auburn Hair? Auburn haired and natural red heads are typically perceived as direct and passionate. It’s about 2% of the population that is born with red hair, because of this it can be a great colour to stand out with.Red hair is gorgeous against pale skin. However it’s the tone of the red in relation to your natural skin tone that makes the difference and it is so important to getting the person to a place where they feel that natural beauty. There’s a fine line between red and orange, and gold and brassy tones.To get that sexy natural or feisty red image and make sure your skin tone matches the shade of your skin, ask your hair stylist to advise you. DD: Patrick I’m sure you see a lot of dark haired ladies in the salon, what advice would you give them?Patrick: Yes the largest percentage of Irish people are mid to darkDarker shades of hair is often associated with sultry, strong and mysterious women.Dark hair can highlight skin, the contrast of the colours makes your skin stand out. Sometimes dark hair can look dull and in turn make your face dull this is why it is so important to mix tones with darker hair. This gives you a beautiful tone on tone effect.Also it is important to use colour that brings out maximum shine, gloss and healthiness to the fore. Another way to take away dullness and add contrast to dark hair is to add highlights in a strong contrasting colours, like red or blonde.Brunettes are often perceived as the good girl, responsible and reliable but don’t believe everything you read!Also, lowlights can really add a new depth to brown hair, they add a slight sexiness that can be hidden in mid to dark colours.DD: So Patrick do blondes really have more fun? Patrick: Of course they do! My wife is looking to go blonde at the minute.Blonde can be such a refreshing sunshine combination of tones, as when they light hits it, it mirrors with lightness. You don’t have to be i.e. the ‘bleach blonde‘ to be blonde anymore.Blondes can even be understated and mysterious with placement of colours. Taking away the stereotype opinion of the past.With blonde hair it is important to have a treatment done every six to eight weeks, which keeps hair looking beautiful and healthy as with all colour services.DD: Any last tips around colour Patrick?Patrick: Well with every beautiful colour there needs to be a beautiful haircut. This doesn’t mean your hair style has to shout but it can if you want it to.An adventurous haircut can transform any hair. A cropped bob, layers, long fringes etc. can all add to the edginess of beautiful colour.The Patrick Gildea Hairdressing Team are experts in hair. They provide a free consultation before you get your hair styled to ensure you get the look you want and is best for your hair.Donegal Daily were delighted and were just amazed at the atmosphere at the Patrick Gildea Team’s new preemies at the Riverside Retail Park.Check out their new website ; www.patrickgildea.ieDD BEAUTY: LEADING HAIRDRESSER PATRICK GILDEA TALKS ALL ABOUT HAIR COLOUR was last modified: July 18th, 2014 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:colourdonegalhairdresserPatrick Gildea Team
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SU and several partners will test a variety of air barrier panels using a specially designed two-story “house” wired to monitor each panel’s performance during the four seasonsSyracuse University announced this week that it and several partners are about to launch a three-year, $2 million study of air barrier systems at a campus laboratory specially designed to analyze and control unintended air flow between outdoors and indoors.The research team is a big one. In addition to SU faculty and students, the partners include the industry group Air Barrier Association of America, which will install panels of various materials and properties; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which will analyze data from instruments it installs in the lab to measure temperature, moisture, and air movement; the U.S. Department of Energy; the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority; and the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems, whose mission is to create jobs through its research in environmental and energy technologies.The laboratory, formally known as the Building Envelope Systems Test Laboratory, resembles a two-story house. (Click here to view a recent report by WSYR-TV.) In place of windows, however, the building features 34 openings for test panels, each 4ft. wide by 9ft. high. Located in an open area on SU’s South Campus, the building gets full exposure to the distinctly seasonal weather common to Central New York. (We’re talking cold winters.)“This project represents a new approach to doing research, with an industry and government laboratory and a university collaborating together,” Laverne Dalgleish, executive director of the Air Barrier Association of America, told SU’s news service. “This is research that is international in scope and that will be used around the world.”
Ending speculation about coach Duncan Fletcher’s role in the five one-dayers against England, Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said that the Zimbabwean will stay as “boss” of the team until the 2015 World Cup.After the 1-3 Test debacle, Team India witnessed a major reshuffle on the coaching front with bowling coach Joe Dawes and fielding consultant Trevor Penney forced to go on a break and BCCI appointing Ravi Shastri as the Team Director. But on the eve of the the first ODI, Dhoni said that Fletcher is still “the boss”.”He will lead us into the World Cup,” said Dhoni referring to the coach.”Also he is still the boss. We have Ravi Shastri who will look into everything, but Fletcher is the boss. It’s not as if his powers or his position have been curtailed. I don?t know what you feel from the outside, but operations still remain the same. We have a few other support staff coming into the dressing room, but overall the operation remains the same.”After taking over his director’s role, Shastri did mention that the new coaching staff, including Fletcher, will report to him during the limited-overs series. After Dawes’ and Penney’s ouster, former India all-rounder Sanjay Bangar and ex-pacer Bharat Arun were appointed assistant coaches with R. Sridhar as the fielding coach. Dhoni though clarified that Shastri’s role is more of a manager.”Ravi is here to oversee the operations from the outside, what he feels and everything else. It’s good to have him. He is a very proud (former) Indian cricketer, and at the same time, very positive. He believes a lot in fighting and having the right instincts, going over and giving his hundred percent. It is obviously good to have him. He also speaks the same language and can interact a lot with the players. Same is the case with other support staff so it is good to have them here,” said Dhoni.advertisementWhen asked if he was happy with the timing of the changes, the skipper replied, “It’s a bit tough on Trevor (Penney) and Joe (Dawes), especially when fielders drop catches and the fielding coach has to miss the series. But let’s hope for the best. We are welcoming the new guys because that is very important. They will be part of the dressing-room family as of now. We will have to give them some time to adjust to how we operate, and see what kind of input they bring to the table.”