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It was only a profession of objectivity, but nobody else will be taking its terms at all literally. "It doesn't matter who owns or trains the horse," Jim Bolger said. "I'm very impressed with him." In reality, when Dawn Approach takes his unbeaten
Apr 22 2013 TED is a prestigious biannual conference whose brand is, Ideas Worth Spreading. (TED originally stood for Technology, Entertainment, Design, but its scope has since expanded.) It has spawned TEDx regional independent TED style conferences
The Richard Hannon-trained filly will race with a 3lb penalty after her Group 1 victory at the Curragh in September. The opposition includes Winning Express, Baileys Jubilee and Sorella Bella, all placed at Group 1 level. Nargys, runner-up to 1,000
The Aidan O'Brien-trained horse was an 8-13 favourite for the first recognised Derby trial of the flat season. Ridden by the trainer's son Joseph, Battle of Marengo beat Sugar Boy by a length and three quarters, with Imperial Concorde finishing third.
Seven days after investing so much nervous energy in the Grand National, the sport today contemplates as tepid a Saturday as can be found in its calendar. But respite is almost immediate, with an engrossing week of Classic trials starting in Ireland
Form figures 5/312- (trained by Roger Charlton) A light career to date, but has had a giant frame to fill. Tested out his handicap rating over a mile at Ascot in October, and tanked along before flattening into second.
Ryan Mania, having been detained a second night in hospital, was discharged in time to head home to Galashiels for a celebration of his breakthrough success in the Grand National. Scans did reveal that the young Scotsman suffered a minor fracture of
Examiner Shayna Mehta answered the call when teammate Natalie Kelly went down with an injury, leading the Jaguars to the NorCal semifinals With standout junior guard Natalie Kelly, the International High School girls' basketball team figured to be a
Questions that have been harbored then, and now By Alfredo B. Ancheta Achor for Allvoices Philippines
Only a handful of San Francisco prep baseball players are currently at the Division I level of college competition and two of them sit about a foot away from each other in the Cal locker room. Freshman Collin Monsour and redshirt sophomore Dylan