Baffert First Timer Charlatan Breaks Maiden By 5 ¾ Lengths And Gets Six Furlongs In A Sizzling 1:08.85, Stamping Himself As A Derby HopefulARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 16, 2020)–How deep is Bob Baffert’s Derby bench? There’s no telling, as his unraced Charlatan, an imposing chestnut colt by Speightstown, blew away his competition by 5 ¾ lengths in Sunday’s fourth race at Santa Anita, stopping the clock for six furlongs in a torrid 1:08.85 while geared down under Drayden Van Dyke.Breaking from the outside in a field of four, Charlatan was away a step slowly, but was into contention instantaneously, making the lead at the five furlong pole and he maintained a one length advantage over Shooters Shoot going to the three furlong pole, while 3-5 favorite Lane Way was in tight quarters at the rail. Approaching the quarter pole, Charlatan held a 1 ½ length lead and he widened through the lane while well within himself.“I gigged him just a little after the break, just to get him into the race,” said Van Dyke. “I really didn’t know that much about him. You could see he had a couple bullet works from the gate and that he’d been training well. He blew by those horses so easy and as you could see, he galloped out big.”Off as the second choice at even money, Charlatan, who is out of the Quiet American mare Authenticity and sold for $700,000 as a Keeneland September yearling, paid $4.40 and $3.00.With Baffert’s Derby lineup including the likes of recent maiden winner Nadal, stakes winners Thousand Words, Authentic, Eight Rings and Azul Coast, Charlatan is now poised to join them on the Kentucky Derby Trail.“This race gives us great hope,” said Bob Liewald, on behalf of part owners Starlight Racing, which was also a part owner of 2018 Triple Crown winner Justify, who perhaps not so coincidentally, broke his maiden at first asking on Feb. 18, 2018. “The (final) time on this racetrack, was pretty good. The next race, we’ll have to step up in a bigger field and see what happens.”Charlatan’s complete ownership line also includes SF Racing, LLC, Madaket Stables, LLC, Stonestreet Stables, LLC, Frederick Hertrich, III, John D. Fielding and Golconda Stables.Baffert, who will be seeking a record-equaling sixth Kentucky Derby win this year, did not saddle Charlatan, as he had a prior commitment according to his assistant Jimmy Barnes.Shooters Shoot, a 9-1 longshot with Abel Cedillo up, held second by 7 ¼ lengths over Lane Way, who was shuffled back a bit going to the far turn and didn’t threaten thereafter.Fractions on the race were 21.89, 44.72 and 56.52.
Alarms have been activated in Liverpool just five days after the crucial round of the Champions League round of 16 match against Atlético de Madrid. The technician of the reds, Jürgen Klopp, has confirmed that its starting goalkeeper, Alisson Becker, suffers a muscle injury in the hip. The goalkeeper is safe low for Saturday’s Premier League match against Bournemouth and, most importantly, next Wednesday’s duel against Atletico in Anfield is lost, in which Liverpool is obliged to overcome the 1-0 of the first leg that got the Simeone team.“Unfortunately, Ali is out,” Klopp announced. in his press conference this Friday. “It’s not available for next week. Not for tomorrow, not for next week, “ confirmed the German coach, who explained the goalkeeper’s ailment: “He had a small incident in training before the Chelsea game. We all thought it was nothing and it was clear that he would not play anyway, the plan was to be on the bench, “confirmed the coach. On the specific nature of the injury, the German coach said: “It is muscle, mild, in the hip region. A small muscle. All of you – for journalists – could do their job with that injury, but a professional goalkeeper is slightly different. That is the situation, “Klopp said, adding that the Brazilian goalkeeper could return after the selection stop on March 28-29:” I would say that after the international break he would be back one hundred percent. What we can get before that, we’ll see. “Adrian’s opportunityIn the absence of Alisson, everything indicates that his position will be occupied by Spanish Adrián San Miguel, the hero of the last European Super Cup against Chelsea by stopping the decisive penalty that gave the title to Liverpool in the final round after 2-2 with which the extension ended. The Sevilla goalkeeper plays his first season at Anfield after signing last summer from West Ham. He has played 16 games this season (10 Premier, 3 FA Cup, 2 Champions and 1 European Super Cup) in which he has received 20 goals, and only three times has he been able to leave his goal to zero. Becker ya dragged hip ailments before the FA Cup match against Chelsea, in which Liverpool was eliminated. Klopp decided not to risk and leave him on the bench until he was observed by the doctors. The next day, the tests confirmed the injury: “Against Chelsea, we think, ‘Come on, we don’t have to take any risks’, so we left him out of the team. There was a scanner the next day and they found something. Therefore, now is out of the team We’ll see, but next week for sure – that will not play-, and then we’ll see, “he settled.
Madam Mary Mamie Howe, who served for many years as Notary Public of Montserrado County, has died.This sad event occurred at 2 o’clock a.m. on Wednesday, August 20, 2014, at her residence at Chugbor, Old Road, following a brief illness. She was in her 66th year.A graduate of the Modern Commercial Institute in Monrovia, where she qualified in Secretarial Science, Madam Howe commenced her professional career at the Temple of Justice, where she served as a cadet in the Magisterial Court.She was later transferred to the Traffic Court and subsequently to the Probate Court, where she as appointed Clerk of Court during the administrations of Judges Kennedy and Luvenia Ash-Thompson.Madam Howe was later commissioned by the late President Samuel K. Doe as Notary Public and Justice of the Peace and subsequently by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.Mary Mamie How was born on October 24, 1948 in Spring Hill, Howesville Nyumonwed Chiefdom, Maryland County, unto the union of Mr. Adolphus Tamar Howe and Madam Beatrice Weade Wallace.Young Mamie commenced her early education at Spring Hill Public and Elementary School. Her grandmother, Ma Louisa Clark Wallace later took Mamie to live with the Harmon family in Harper, Cape Palmas, where she started her secondary education at the Demonstration School.Mary was later sent to live with her uncle, Mr. Ben Wallace, Sr., in Monrovia in 1968, following which her uncle enrolled her in the Bromley Mission High School in Virginia, Montserrado County. She later entered Monrovia College Industrial School (MC) on Camp Johnson Road, Monrovia, where she obtained her high school diploma in 1973.A life long Episcopalian, she was baptized by Rev. Fr. Brooks at the Annunciation Episcopal Church in Spring Hill and confirmed and later confirmed by Bishop Dillard H. Brown of the Episcopal Diocese of Liberia. She was a devout member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Camp Johnson Road.She is survived by her children, Mrs. Florence Wesley, Nyemah Larry Pennoh, Wisseh D. Gmah and Tickly D. Monkoney; a brother, Theodore Howe; and many other relatives.The body will be removed from St. Moses Funeral Home on Friday, September 5, 2014 and taken to St. Thomas Episcopal Church on Camp Johnson Road for a night of wake keeping.The funeral service will take place on Saturday, September 6, 2014, beginning at 10 a.m. Interment will follow in the Brewerville Cemetery. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT gameday cracker Pogba will play in United’s trip to the London Stadium on Saturday 4 4 Mourinho insisted the media made more of the incident than necessary Mourinho took the vice-captaincy off Pogba in the build-up to the Derby game and the following morning remarkable footage emerged of a heated training-ground conversation between the pair.The Portuguese would not explain what was said in the conversation that made ripples around the footballing world, but confirmed that the World Cup winner will play at West Ham on Saturday.“I explained in detail to the people that have to know, which is the squad and especially Paul,” Mourinho said of the decision regarding the vice-captaincy.“So, Paul and the other players in the squad, they know in detail the reason why myself and my coaching staff decided to do that.” England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won “Nobody trained better than Paul on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Nobody trained better than him. Some trained as well as him but not better than him, and tomorrow he plays, so end of the story.”Asked if he had thought about not playing the midfielder on Saturday, Mourinho said: “No, he’s a player like the others.“No player is bigger than the club and if I’m happy with his work, he plays. If I’m not happy, he doesn’t play.”Mourinho was animated when talking about Pogba and seemed taken aback by a question about this week’s events potentially impacting United’s reputation.“Manchester United is bigger than anyone and I have to defend that,” he replied. 4 deals Latest Manchester United News RANKED Mourinho was dismissive when it was put to him that he did not need to speak with Pogba in front of the cameras, just as he was when asked if it was disruptive.“Disruptive? I think for you it was amazing because you made a story, you made an incredible story out of 15 minutes of an open training session,” the United boss said.“Maybe it’s your fault (he said pointing to a press officer, who says it was Premier League). We shouldn’t have 15 minutes of a training session open because what happened the other day happens many days.”Mourinho added: “Conversations with players I have many, many, many times. It was not the case but loud criticism, loud instruction happens every day. Mourinho does not feel he owes the media an explanation for his decision to strip Pogba of the vice-captaincy silverware REVEALED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland “I always analyse a player as a player. When a player is captain, I analyse the player by the player perspective but also by the captain perspective.“And after weeks of analysing and changing opinions with my coaching staff, we made the decision that from now Paul is just a player and not a captain.“So, decision made, I informed obviously the player and the players and then when I was asked I think before the match on Tuesday, I confirm and now I confirm, and now end of the story.“And I can anticipate more questions by saying that the relation of player-manager is good, it’s not anymore a relation (of) captain or one of the captains and manager. It’s just a relation player-manager, it’s good. Mourinho’s training ground spat with Pogba was caught on camera IN DEMAND boost Jose Mourinho is adamant his relationship with Paul Pogba is still good but was quick to reiterate that “no player is bigger than the club.”The club have been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons this week with a frustrating draw to Wolves last weekend followed by a shock Carabao Cup exit at the hands of Derby on Tuesday night as well as a training ground feud between Mourinho and Pogba being caught on camera. Solskjaer gives Pogba fitness update and calls him world’s best all-round midfielder Sky sports 4 REVEALED “Coaching is about that, but you make stories out of it, so I’m happy that the rules are only 15 minutes (of open training) once a month and with situations like that it is not going to change.“There is no chance I am going to open the training session and let you watch a training session. No chance.”
THREE men have pleaded guilty to charges relating to a notorious brawl outside an Inishowen pub in 2010.All three appeared before Letterkenny Circuit Court where a trial was due to begin yesterday.Gardai carried huge boxes of evidence into the court room in anticipation of a jury trial. However Judge Rory MacCabe was told the men would each plead guilty to charges of assault.On Easter Monday, April 6, 2010 Gardai were called to the Orchard Bar in the village of Gleneely to deal with a brawl outside the premises. During the incident it was alleged a gun was produced, although it was not fired.Three local men appeared in court in connection with the events in the early hours of the morning of that incident, although not linked to the gun incident.Chris Duffy and Gary Duffy, both of Disternan, Gleneely, each pleaded guilty to one count of assault causing harm.John Joe McLaughlin, Disternan, Gleneely, also pleaded guilty to one count of assault causing harm.Prosecuting counsel Patricia McLaughlin said the guilty pleas were being accepted on condition that full facts surrounding the incident would be given at a sentencing hearing.Judge Rory MacCabe adjourned the sentencing to July 16th to allow for probation service reports.THREE MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO CHARGES RELATING TO BRAWL OUTSIDE INISHOWEN PUB was last modified: February 6th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:THREE MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO CHARGES RELATING TO INISHOWEN PUB BRAWL
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 McKeon led the Marlins to the 2003 World Series title and a winning record in each of his three seasons as manager. The third-oldest manager in major-league history, McKeon will remain with the Marlins as an adviser – and he’s open to offers from other teams. “Sometimes you need to step back and maybe take a breather for six or seven months and get recharged,” he said. “I haven’t given up the thought of managing again.” Bonds in 120 games? Giants general manager Brian Sabean thinks Barry Bonds could be physically ready to play around 120 games for San Francisco next season. “It’s reasonable to think he can play 120 games,” Sabean said Sunday before the Giants’ final game of the year against Arizona. “Now, will we be in a position to have to rest him and be conscious that he’s going to come in some days cranky and not be able to go? The next step is to get him in spring training and get him in a position to be able to do that. I think he wants that.” McKeon’s resignation had been expected, and he confirmed it to the team in the clubhouse before the game. “He got very emotional when he told us, like your granddad is going away and you’re not going to see him anymore,” veteran Jeff Conine (UCLA) said. “It’s tough for him. Baseball is his life.” When Florida Marlins manager Jack McKeon told his players Sunday he was calling it quits, they responded with applause and hugs – and then a comeback win. The Marlins defeated the Braves 7-6 in their regular-season finale on Sunday. Bonds, who turned 41 in July, played in 14 games this season with 13 starts in left field – all last month. The seven-time NL MVP batted .286 (12-for-42) with five home runs and 10 RBI, drawing nine walks and striking out six times. He has 708 career homers, third on the all-time list behind Babe Ruth (714) and Hank Aaron (755). Biggio gets extension: The Houston Astros announced a contract extension for Craig Biggio through 2006, which will be his 19th season – all in Houston. Biggio hit .264 with a career-high 26 home runs and 69 RBI this season. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Hands holds a 3.72 grade-point average as an environmental science major. On the court, he owns a 18-6 singles record in dual-match play and was named to the All-MVC team. DES MOINES, Iowa – Drake University sophomore Tom Hands has been named the Missouri Valley Conference Men’s Tennis Elite 18 Award winner, the league announced at the conclusion of the recent 2017 MVC Championship. Print Friendly Version The Elite 18 Award is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average competing at the finals site at each of the MVC’s 18 team championships. The selection process varies for each sport, and winners are chosen from a list of nominations submitted by MVC institutions.
22 January 2013 The South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Council for the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria to facilitate cooperation and allow members to work in both countries, the institute announced last week. The memorandum allows members of the one organisation to become members of the other, which will enable South African accountants to work in Nigeria and Nigerian accountants to practice in South Africa. “Nigeria’s business environment is in strong growth mode, and so offers the South African professional accountant a great new market in which to operate,” the institute’s chief executive officer, Shahied Daniels, said in a statement. “We look forward to working closely with our Nigerian colleagues to build a reliable standards framework that will support bilateral trade and business.” Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country and has emerged as a key trading partner for South Africa. Nigeria has been recognised as one of the fastest growing economies in the world since 2001 and its gross domestic product is believed to average 6.8% until 2015, according to SAIPA. Trade volumes between the two countries also increased to US$30-million in 2012. “Africa is steadily building a business-friendly environment that is attractive to international investors and promotes intra-regional trade,” said chief executive of the Council for the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, Terkaa Gemade. “This link between two leading professional accountancy bodies in Africa’s two most important economies is an important step in building that environment and offers potential to the members of both organisations.” SAinfo reporter
Have you ever thought about how your military caregivers, families, service members and colleagues process information? As helping professionals we tend to take-in information differently as we learn new things and the same can be said for the military families that we serve. By understanding the various learning styles it may help you, the service provider, better connect with families in order to provide the highest quality educational information to meet their individual needs.There are four principles of adult learning identified by Malcolm Knowles, the pioneer of adult learning: (1) Autonomous and Self-Directed, (2) Life Experiences and Knowledge, (3) Goal-Oriented and Relevancy-Oriented and (4) Practical.In today’s blog, we are focusing on principal #1 (Autonomy and Self-Direction) of adult learning and how the learning style can be applied to those you serve.Autonomy and Self-DirectionAdults that tend to favor Autonomy and Self-Direction like to direct their own learning, and often times like to take on the leadership roles. They prefer to be actively involved in learning and work around their personal goals and specific interests.As a service provider, some things to keep in mind when providing education and training to military families is to have them discuss their personal learning goals for the meeting, session or training that you are providing. When you are working with families, help the individual to reflect on what they have learned and set new goals as a result of the reflection. As their provider, there will be times that you need to also help them modify their goals as needed.Over the course of the next few months the MFLN Military Caregiving concentration will be discussing the remaining three principles of adult learning, as well as adult learning styles. Our goal with this series is to provide military service providers with a better understanding of how adults process information and learn. This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on July 1, 2016.