Reserve ticket for Dinner By Seven in Caymanas Park betting

first_imgDINNER BY SEVEN, having finished second to the speedy imported filly JENNANDROSESGIRL over the straight on September 12, is tipped to go one better in the competitive looking restricted allowance race over the course for three-year-olds at Caymanas Park today.From the stables of champion trainer Wayne DaCosta, the three-year-old filly was highly fancied to win over the distance last time out, but found JENNANDROSESGIRL too elusive and finished two lengths second in a good field of non winners of two.DINNEER BY SEVEN chased the winner relentlessly behind fast splits of 22.3, 45.3 and back in action with only 51.0`kg, will not go down easily in a race of this nature, especially from her favourable high number draw.The daughter of Liquidity-Colony Belle can expect stiff competition from TROJAN and ABBEY ROAD, along with the lightly-raced but promising pair of JESSE’s FAVORITE and GOLD MEMBER, both of whom impressed over the straight in maiden company last Saturday.biggest dangerTROJAN, who was behind DINNER BY SEVEN in fourth over the course on September 12, is poorly drawn at post position one and looks held by DINNER AT SEVEN coming from post position 13. The Richard Azan-trained ABBEY ROAD has trained well and set to carry 50.5kg for the services of new apprentice Bebeto Harvey, could prove the biggest danger to a very fit DINNER AT SEVEN, who I am expecting to make all on the stands’ side, with in-form Paul ‘Country’ Francis aboard.Elsewhere on the card, ENHANCE PROSPERITY, with promising apprentice Linton Steadman riding for trainer Donovan Thompson, is primed to win the third race over the straight for five-year-olds and up.She finished a close sixth to LORD STORM in a $350,000-$300,000 claiming race on September 12, beaten only 2 3/4 lengths in a better field than the one she runs in today. Having secured a favourable high number draw, ENHANCE PROSPERITY is preferred to GREAT BROWN and YOUR EMINENCE in a field of 13.I also like STIR IT UP in the fourth race, MONEYNEVERSLEEP in the fifth, LEGENDARY PLEASURE in the seventh and EXPRESS TRUCK in the closing race.last_img

DONEGAL REPORTER’S FOOTAGE OF BELFAST RIOTS GOES GLOBAL

first_imgA Donegal radio reporter’s interview with a terrified pensioner during the Belfast riots has been played around the world.Well-known BBC reporter Kevin Sharkey was at the scene when the elderly man tried to get through blockades to visit his sick wife in hospital.The man pleaded to be allowed through to visit his wife, who has cancer, but he was jeered by the protesters and turned back. “If you’re wife was dying what would you be doing. Take yourselves home and have a bit of respect for people,” the distressed pensioner pleaded.The men could be heard mocking the pensioner singing “cheerio, cheerio, cheerio.”BBC reporter Sharkey, a former Highland Radio reporter from Annagry in West Donegal, had his interview broadcast on BBC Radio Ulster.He then tweeted the audio footage of the disgusting encounter. And within minutes the piece was being retweeted around the globe.Among those who was first to comment on the sickening encounter was Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin.   DONEGAL REPORTER’S FOOTAGE OF BELFAST RIOTS GOES GLOBAL was last modified: January 13th, 2013 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:BBC Radio UlsterBelfast riotsKevin Sharkeylast_img read more

UP TO 70 NEW JOBS FOR DONEGAL WITH CONSTRUCTION OF WORLD’S LARGEST SEAFOOD PLANT

first_imgUp to 70 new jobs will be created after details of a plan to build the world’s largest seafood ingredients plant in Killybegs were released today.Killybegs – 70 new jobs on the way.The Killybegs Fishermen’s Organisation in partnership with Norwegian company Biomarine Science Technology is behind the €35m investment, which would see the creation of 70 direct and indirect jobs.However, the KFO says up to a thousand jobs could be created as a result of their ambition to create a centre of excellence for bio-marine production in the port with this plant as the cornerstone. The plant will principally use boarfish as the main raw material to extract oils, proteins and calcium, which would be used in food ingredients including sports nutrition supplements.Ireland has secured 70% of the quota for boarfish, which will mean that the plant will be have an initial capacity to produce 50,000 tonnes a year of marine proteins, fish oils and calcium.Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine, Simon Coveney described the plant as a “game changer” not just for Killybegs but for the Irish Seafood industry.  UP TO 70 NEW JOBS FOR DONEGAL WITH CONSTRUCTION OF WORLD’S LARGEST SEAFOOD PLANT was last modified: May 10th, 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:donegaljobsKillybegsseafood plantlast_img read more