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$50 Million Powerball
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It’s a huge $50 Million Powerball jackpot on this Thursday 18th February 2021. How would your life change is you won this mind-blowing $50 million? There is so much you could do – pay off the mortgage, buy a holiday house (or two!), start that dream business you always wanted, retire early and enjoy a travelling lifestyle for a while… It’s all possible with financial freedom and $50,000,000 in your bank account.And while you’re dreaming, don’t forget that you’ve got to be in it to win it! To help you navigate your way to buying your ticket, we’ve put together a Powerball guide. Here’s all you need to know about how to play, ticket types, draw times, numbers, tips and tricks for Powerball.What is Powerball?Powerball is an Australian lottery – not to be confused with American Powerball, and it’s an extremely popular game due to its large jackpots. The minimum guaranteed Division 1 prize pool is $3 million, and the largest Powerball jackpot in the history of the game in Australia was a massive $150 million in September 2019.What time is Powerball drawn in Australia?The $30 million Powerball draw is on this Thursday 2 July 2020. Powerball draws happen every Thursday night – it’s a rolling jackpot lottery, where the jackpot changes every week, depending if it’s won or not the week prior.Entries for Powerball draws close at 7:25pm AEST / 8:25pm AEDT on Thursday. Then the draw takes place the same evening at 8:30pm AEST / 9:30pm AEDT. Check the daylight savings and time difference in your home state.What is the best Powerball ticket to buy?There are three most popular ticket types for Powerball:Standard – one Powerball game is made up of 7 numbers, from 1 to 35, and 1 Powerball number, from 1 to 20. You can have as many games as you want on a ticket. You can choose a QuickPick, where numbers are automatically generated on your games. Or you can choose your own numbers for each game.Powerhit – this entry guarantees you the winning Powerball number. You just need to choose your 7 main numbers, while the Powerball is automatically played for every possible number.System – allows you to play more numbers than a standard entry. You can choose from 8 to 20 numbers giving you more chances to win, across multiple prize divisions.Syndicate – is a group of 10 people buying a ticket, where the cost of the ticket is shared equally among the members of the group. This allows to get a larger combination of numbers and increase the chances of winning. If the syndicate wins, the prize money is equally divided among the syndicate members.Can I Play $50 Million Powerball Syndicates Online?Oz Lotteries offers several different Powerball syndicates. Shares start at $27.00 and Oz Lotteries organises the remaining shares in the syndicate. 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Seven final poker quotes to inspire you
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When it’s played right, poker should inspire everyone at the table, win or lose. Of course it’s nice to walk away from the felt a winner, but it shouldn’t define your mood. If it does, maybe you’re in the wrong game.Better a rye smile and a few funny words than anything is our motto and it’s with that spirit in mind that we present to you seven final quotes from the great game to inspire your own week at the felt.Let’s get the lesson on!1. “People would be surprised to know how much I learned about prayer from playing poker.”Mary Austin makes the surprise call about a player’s beliefs at the poker table. Have you ever been all-in against an opponent and they’ve called upon ‘The Poker Gods’ to save them despite veering between only agnostic or downright atheist? This isn’t uncommon in real life, actually. In times of peril, many people will summon a higher power for help having previously never believed. We think any God might be quite busy saving the starving and hungry to assist in preventing that one-outer landing on the river, but what do we know?2. “If you play bridge badly you make your partner suffer, but if you play poker badly you make everybody happy.”Joe Laurie Jr. hits the nail on the head, as in poker it really is you against the world. If the world wins, then they want you back at the table as soon as possible. If you win, well you’re happy. It sounds like the easiest thing to be a winner at poker, but it is of course, very difficult. Getting to know how your table (and in microcosm, the poker world) plays, is of course, key. There’s no way around playing at the felt to do this, so stay sharp by staying at the table.3. “Even Jesus wouldn’t bet all of his chips on a Jack-three.”Phil Gordon is inclined to believe that Jesus would have been tight-aggressive or at the very least tight-passive and who are we to disagree. What would Jesus’ favourite hands be? Well it’s hard to look past the son of God set-mining with the cowboys in order to get three kings – that would be the Jesus play. It’s unlikely he’d even call the flop with pocket sixes for fear of landing the hand of the devil – 666.4. “I was tired, a little the worse for drink, jet lagged and light-headed – four out of four conditions in which one should certainly not play poker in Las Vegas.”There aren’t many people we respect more in poker than Anthony Holden, who is better health than he has enjoyed recently, spoke to us way back in 2012 at the inaugural IFP poker event at the Rotunda in London.If you haven’t read Anthony Holdens seminal poker book Big Deal, then read our review of it right here and make it your next poker purchase – it’s wonderful.5. “Baseball is like a poker game. Nobody wants to quit when he’s losing; nobody wants you to quit when you’re ahead.”Jackie Robinson is bang right about one of the most important things to remember about playing poker and quitting while you’re ahead. No-one wins forever in poker, but those who learn to walk away from the table with profit on a consistent basis win the long game. In the end, the only battle is with yourself.6. “Last night I stayed up late playing poker with Tarot cards. I got a full house and four people died.”Steven Wright with one of the funniest lines about poker ever written. Just the visualization of a home game with Tarot cards is enough to make us chuckle, but if you get tired of poker, you can always look at our article we published over Christmas which talks about other card games you might like to play. 7. “The next best thing about gambling and winning is gambling and losing.”Nick ‘The Greek’ Dandalos had an appetite for gambling that was insatiable and he knew that win or lose, if you’re taking part, you’re enjoying it to some extent. Poker is like that and if you’re in a chair, virtual or otherwise, you can have fun.If you’re playing poker tonight, then enjoy it! It’s enormous fun and should be enjoyed whenever you sit down to play. We hope that you’ve loved this look at some of the best quotes from the world of poker as much as we’ve enjoyed putting it together.
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Efforia Sublime in Tokyo
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Tabbed the 5-1 fourth choice, Efforia (Jpn) (Epiphaneia Jpn) entered the Japanese Classic picture with a bang in the G3 Kyodo News Hai at Tokyo on Sunday. Rank from the stalls, the bay was full of energy before relaxing into fourth as early pacesetter Deep Rich (Jpn) (Deep Brillante Jpn) was overcome by Heart of a City (Jpn) (Heart's Cry). Shifted out to the center of the course for the stretch drive, he was given a right-handed reminder and strode away to win by 2 1/2 good-looking lengths. Victipharus (Jpn) (Heart's Cry Jpn) closed to take second, a head in front of second favourite Shahryar (Jpn) (Deep Impact Jpn). Efforia donned cap and gown at first asking in a 2000-metre newcomer event last August before claiming another 2000-metre race-this time at Tokyo on Nov. 8. Pedigree Notes Young stallion Epiphaneia, sire of last year's Japanese Fillies' Triple Crown heroine Daring Tact (Jpn), notched his third group winner and fourth black-type winner with Efforia (Jpn)'s win on Sunday. The second foal and first winner for his three-time winning dam, Efforia has a juvenile half-brother by Harbinger (GB), and a yearling filly by Maurice (Jpn). Katies Heart was covered by Satono Crown (Jpn) in 2020. Sunday, Tokyo, JapanKYODO NEWS SERVICE HAI-G3, ¥72,610,000 (US$691,798/£499,732/€570,771), Tokyo, 2-14, 3yo, 1800mT, 1:47.60, fm.1–EFFORIA (JPN), 123, c, 3, Epiphaneia (Jpn)                1st Dam: Katies Heart (Jpn), by Heart's Cry (Jpn)                2nd Dam: Katies First, by Kris (GB)                3rd Dam: Katies (Ire), by Nonoalco1STBLACK-TYPE WIN. 1ST GROUP WIN. O-Carrot Farm;B-Northern Farm (Jpn); T-Yuichi Shikato; J-Takeshi Yokoyama.¥38,427,000. Lifetime Record: 3-3-0-0. Click for the    eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree. Werk Nick Rating: A+++.   *Triple Plus*.2–Victipharus (Jpn), 123, c, 3, Heart's Cry (Jpn)–Virginia (Jpn),by Galileo (Ire). O-G1 Racing; B-Northern Farm (Jpn);¥15,122,000.3–Shahryar (Jpn), 123, c, 3, Deep Impact (Jpn)–Dubai Majesty,by Essence of Dubai. O-Sunday Racing; B-Northern Farm (Jpn);¥9,561,000.Margins: 2HF, HD, NK. Odds: 5.80, 40.90, 3.90.Also Ran: Kingston Boy (Jpn), Stella Veloce (Jpn), Kaiser Nova (Jpn), Platina Treasure (Jpn), Deep Rich (Jpn), Leftovers (Jpn), Heart of a City (Jpn), Dios Valiente (Jpn), Taiso (Jpn).Click for the JRA chart & video or the free Equineline.com catalogue-style pedigree.
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Loves Only You Strikes in Kyoto Kinen
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Loves Only You (Jpn) (Deep Impact Jpn) conquered all her rivals in the G2 Kyoto Kinen on Valentine's Day at Hanshin. Wearing a full hood, the 4-5 crowd's pick found a good spot in a tracking fourth one off the fence as Happy Grin (Jpn) (Lohengrin Jpn) threw down splits of :23.10 for the quarter and :47.20 for the half-mile. The field was well strung out due to the demanding pace, but pilot Yuga Kawada was calm aboard the 2019 G1 Japanese Oaks winner. After seven panels in 1:23.20, Happy Grin relinquished the lead to the stalking Stay Foolish (Jpn) (Stay Gold Jpn) and Loves Only You was poised three deep to pounce. Asked at the head of the lane, she rallied in tandem with Danburite (Jpn) (Rulership Jpn) to her inside before making her own way to the front and winning by 1 1/4 lengths with ears pricked. Stay Foolish was a half-length to the good of Danburite at the line. Loves Only You was undefeated in her first four starts culminating in her Oaks tally, and was third in the G1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup in November of 2019.Winless in 2020 from five appearances, she was third two back in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup again last fall and was 10th in the G1 Arima Kinen on Dec. 27. Her next intended start is the G1 Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan on Mar. 27. Pedigree NotesThe much missed Deep Impact has 47 Group 1 winners, Loves Only You among them. In addition, his total number of group winners is 135 and his mark of overall black-type winners stands at 169 worldwide. Storm Cat has sired the dams of 291 black-type winners, 143 at group level, with 43 Group 1 winners. Loves Only Me is one of eight top-level winners by Deep Impact out of a Storm Cat mare. Loves Only You is one of three black-type winners and the second Group 1 winner after UAE highweight and G1 Dubai Turf hero Real Steel (Jpn) (Deep Impact Jpn) from her unraced dam. She is also a full-sister to SW & MGSP Prodigal Son (Jpn) (Deep Impact Jpn) and the SP Langley (Jpn) (Deep Impact Jpn). Since foaling the winner, Loves Only Me has the winning 4-year-old filly Love You Live (Jpn) (Deep Impact Jpn), a 2-year-old colt by Deep Impact (Jpn) and a yearling colt by Duramente (Jpn). She was covered by Heart's Cry (Jpn) last spring. Loves Only Me, a half-sister to European highweighted juvenile filly Rumplestiltskin (Ire) (Danehill) and Group 3 winner I Am Beautiful (Ire) (Rip Van Winkle Ire), was covered by Heart's Cry (Jpn) last spring. Loves Only You's third dam is the outstanding runner and blue hen Miesque (Nureyev). Sunday, Hanshin, JapanKYOTO KINEN-G2, ¥119,620,000 (US$1,139,690/£823,274/€940,306), Hanshin, 2-14, 4yo/up, 2200mT, 2:10.40, fm.1–LOVES ONLY YOU (JPN), 119, m, 5, by Deep Impact (Jpn)                1st Dam: Loves Only Me, by Storm Cat                2nd Dam: Monevassia, by Mr. Prospector                3rd Dam: Miesque, by Nureyev(¥160,000,000 Ylg '17 JRHAJUL). O-DMM Dream Club;B-Northern Farm (Jpn); T-Yoshito Yahagi; J-Yuga Kawada.¥62,784,000. Lifetime Record: G1SW-Jpn, 11-5-1-2. *Full toLangley (Jpn) (Deep Impact Jpn), SP-Jpn, $1,173,360; RealSteel (Jpn) (Deep Impact Jpn), Hwt. Older Horse-UAE at 7-91/2f, G1SW-UAE, MGSW & MG1SP-Jpn, $7,508,769; andProdigal Son (Jpn) (Deep Impact Jpn), SW & MGSP-Jpn,$1,564,219. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.   Werk Nick Rating: B+.2–Stay Foolish (Jpn), 123, h, 6, Stay Gold (Jpn)–Kauai Lane(Jpn), by King Kamehameha (Jpn). O-Shadai Race Horse;B-Shiraoi Farm (Jpn); ¥25,224,000.3–Danburite (Jpn), 123, g, 7, Rulership (Jpn)–Tanzanite (Jpn), bySunday Silence. O-Sunday Racing; B-Northern Farm (Jpn);¥16,112,000.Margins: 1 1/4, HF, 3/4. Odds: 0.80, 6.00, 10.10.Also Ran: Jinambo (Jpn), Wagnerian (Jpn), Dance Delight (Jpn), Satono Lux (Jpn), Mozu Bello (Jpn), Leyenda (Jpn), Best Approach (GB), Happy Grin (Jpn).Click for the JRA chart & video or the free Equineline.com catalogue-style pedigree.
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Billesdon Brook to Visit Dubawi
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Billesdon Brook | Racingfotos.com Classic heroine and MG1SW Billesdon Brook (GB) (Champs Elysees GB-Coplow GB, by Manduro Ger) will visit Darley stallion Dubawi (Ire), Racing Post reported on Sunday. Retired after her eighth-place finish in defense of her G1 Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot S. in October, the Richard Hannon trainee was named an English highweight at seven to 9 ½ furlongs in 2019. “Billesdon Brook is going to Dubawi, I know it's expensive but I think she deserves it, so I'm just waiting for her to be ready to go off to Newmarket,” owner Jeanette McCreery told Racing Post of the 2018 G1 1000 Guineas heroine. “I'd always thought I'd send her to Dubawi, I think he's a wonderful stallion so I thought 'why not', she deserves the best. She hurt herself in the last race she ran in, it was very wet in the Sun Chariot. She's been home, had box rest, now she's out in the paddock and is fine, so we've something to look forward to in a couple of years anyway.” A winner of seven of her 26 starts with 10 more placed runs and earnings of $982,087, the chestnut also scored in a trio of Group 3s. Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for the daily PDF or alerts. This story was posted in Europe, Shared News Europe, Top News Europe and tagged Billesdon Brook (GB), Champs Elysees (GB), Classic heroine, Dubawi (Ire), G1 Sun Chariot S., Jeanette McCreery, retired.
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Sam Houston Raises Purses
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Sunday, February 14, 2021 at 1:57 pm | Back to: Top News Updated: February 14, 2021 at 2:01 pm Sam Houston | Coady Photo Sam Houston Race Park announced Sunday that it will raise its overnight purses for the remainder of the 2021 Thoroughbred meet. The increases will go into effect starting Wednesday, Feb. 17 and will continue through closing day, Apr. 3. All main track purses will be increased by $7,000, while turf purses will see a $2,000 bump. The track cited strong handle figures, which are up 40% year over year including a record-setting handle of $5.3 million on the Houston Racing Festival card Jan. 31, as the reason for the changes. Sam Houston offers some of the nation's lowest takeout rates, with an industry-low 12% on multi-race wagers. “This increase would not be possible without the ongoing support from our horsemen,” said Frank Hopf, Senior Director of Racing Operations. “We welcomed back a solid number of barns and received stall applications from many new outfits this year. Additionally, we had tremendous interest from nationally prominent trainers for our six Houston Racing Festival stakes. Racing fans continue to respond to our racing product and comprehensive wagering menu.” Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for the daily PDF or alerts. This story was posted in Top News and tagged handle figures, Purse Increases, Sam Houston, Sam Houston Race Park, Takeout Rates, Texas racing.
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Catching Up with PPAATH
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Last summer, the TDN was first introduced to the Project to Preserve African American Turf History (PPAATH), a Louisville-based group that promotes the education of African American contributions to racing throughout history. In 'The First Steps Towards Inclusiveness in Racing,' we spoke with CEO and Founder Leon Nichols on the inception of their organization and how they hope to change the sport of racing for the better. A few months after our meeting, the group was featured on NBC's coverage of the 146th Running of the Kentucky Derby in a lead-up story on Necker Island (Hard Spun), the first African American-owned Derby horse in the last 13 years. Since we last met, PPAATH has created several key partnerships that have allowed them to broaden their outreach. “Since July, it's been a fabulous growth period for us,” said Nichols. “It takes a community, but this history deserves no less and I think it's all about driving a narrative of diversity and inclusion. To see the evolvement of all this and see the commitment from business leaders and the educational community has been beyond our wildest dream.” We sat down with PPAATH and their partnership leaders as they shared what they've been up to recently. The Black Jockey Lounge Tawana Bain, the CEO of New Age Communications, did not grow up in Louisville, but the award-winning businesswoman said she will never forget her first Kentucky Derby experience. “When I first moved to Louisville, I had never seen anything so segregated as Derby week,” she said. “Depending on what social circle you traveled in, if you were a Black professional you were literally zig-zagging across 9th Street because the parties were so separate,” she continued, citing what is known as 'The 9th Street Divide' in Louisville, an invisible racial line that separates the east and west side of the city. She decided to work to change that four years ago when she created the Derby Diversity Business Summit (DDBS), an event that precedes the Kentucky Derby and helps promote the utilization of diverse business leaders while educating participants on the Kentucky Derby and the sport of horse racing. “The Summit's various events are designed to draw a community that has been left out of the Derby and attract them back to the Thoroughbred industry in general,” she said. Last year, Bain connected with PPAATH to help with a virtual DDBS experience on the history of Black jockeys. The event was held on the rooftop of Encore on 4th, a restaurant Bain has owned since 2018. Tawana Bain hopes her transformed restaurant will create a much-needed niche in Louisville. | photo courtesy Tawana Bain The evening was such a success that they were inspired to give the concept a more permanent structure by transforming Encore into a restaurant and entertainment venue geared towards celebrating the history of Black jockeys. They re-named the restaurant 'The Black Jockey Lounge.' “Prior to COVID, our venue was a destination venue,” Bain said. “It was an experience–the music, the food, the people you knew you would expect to see. We are no longer the only venue that caters to Black professionals who want to do something at night, which is a good thing, but we needed something to set us apart. This concept is unique. It's historic.” The Black Jockey Lounge, located on 630 S. Fourth Street in Louisville, officially opened this past weekend with live music from the KMF Band. PPAATH brings history to the re-designed space with artwork they have collected of some of the winningest jockeys in history. The menu has also been updated with racing-inspired items. Calvin Davis, PPAATH's President and Co-Founder, said that the restaurant's location makes it all the more unique. “This is a historical community being just across from The Palace Theatre and down the street from The Brown Hotel,” he said. “When Jimmy Winkfield [the last African American jockey to ride a Kentucky Derby winner in 1902] went to attend a luncheon held in his honor in 1961 at the Brown Hotel, he was not allowed into his own luncheon. A bellhop didn't recognize Mr. Winkfield and they didn't allow him in to receive his award.” Even 60 years later, Bain said their location is still an important site for the civil rights movement in the city. “During the civil unrest last year while we were boarded up, we were one of the stopping places for a lot of protesters of every race and age,” she said. “There's a history there with what we've experienced and who we cater to, and now it's a historical place for tourists who want to know the history and have great food. We really created a niche that I think this city needs and I think we've got something that can revitalize downtown.” “We think it's going to be something really unique,” Davis added. “It will be a fun place for all people to come get some really good, upscale food, but at the same time, leave with a nugget of history because these stories will just blow you away when you hear the accomplishments of these jockeys.” Peerless Craft Bourbon Commemorative Bottle James Natsis serves as PPAATH'S Vice President of Global Affairs and is also a writer for various publications around Louisville. In 2019, Natsis wrote a feature on the re-opening of Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company, a Louisville-based bourbon distillery that was revived that year after a 102-year hiatus. Recently, Natsis had the idea for PPAATH to join forces with the distillery. “They're a family-run business established in the 1880s, so I thought they would be perfect for us,” he said. “When I wrote them, I heard from their marketing person immediately. He was excited to meet with us and now we are making arrangements to launch the first-ever commemorative bottle of bourbon that pays tribute to Black jockeys.” “They're going to pay a percentage of the sales back to our organization and that will go to help PPAATH create those products and services that will help draw the dollar back to our community,” Davis said. The new bourbon edition is set to launch in mid-April in the weeks leading up to the Kentucky Derby. Race to Greatness The first Race to Greatness event was held at the Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs. | photo courtesy Von Purdy Von Purdy is the Director of Community Engagement and Development Officer at Simmons College of Kentucky, the only historically Black college in Louisville. Purdy had no prior connection to the racing industry when she noticed pictures of Black jockeys at Shirley May's Café, a historical soul food restaurant in Louisville's Smoketown district. She was shocked to learn the jockeys' stories. “I had no idea,” she said. “I don't think this town does a good job of highlighting the history of the Black jockeys, especially to people who aren't from here. I thought to myself, 'Why is Simmons not involved with this history since we're a place of education?'” Purdy was inspired to create 'Race to Greatness: A Celebration of the Black Jockeys of the Kentucky Derby.' The event is held annually as a brunch following Thunder Over Louisville, the annual kickoff to the Kentucky Derby Festival. To provide historical context for the event, Purdy enlisted the help of the PPAATH team to provide artwork and educational pieces for participants to learn from. The first Race to Greatness celebration was held in 2018, brought in 150 people and raised $45,000. The following year, it raised $145,000. While the event was cancelled last year due to COVID, Purdy said they have plans to bring it back this April. The first two functions were held at the Kentucky Derby Museum, but this year it will take place at Millionaire's Row at Churchill Downs. The venue can hold up to 800 people, but Purdy plans to limit the guest list to 300 to engage in proper social distancing. “We want to educate our students and the public and are using this event to do so,” she said. “We want to move the message to help highlight these jockeys.” Moving Forward PPAATH has several other projects on the horizon in the coming months. The Kentucky Derby Museum recently launched a newly expanded exhibit that showcases the impact African Americans have had on racing throughout history. PPAATH is working with the museum to provide colored prints for visitors to purchase and take home. “The museum has a visual history from their archives, but we're trying to develop a partnership where we can get artwork available for sale in the retail store so people can take these prints home,” said PPAATH's Vice President and Co-Founder Jerry Fife. “I think a combination of what we've been doing has made them realize the value of pulling this information out, literally out of the basement, and getting it in front of people.” In addition, PPAATH has partnered with Brown-Forman Corporation, one of the largest American-owned wine and spirits companies that manufactures, among others, Jack Daniel's and Woodford Reserve, to create a Black History Month Fireside Chat event for internal educational use within Brown-Forman's organization. Nichols said that this first collaboration has already created additional projects with Brown-Forman still in the early stages of development. Nichols said that he and his team are grateful for the media attention their group has received in the past few months that has allowed them to broaden their outreach to a wider audience. “The opportunities are endless and with the launch of the first bricks-and-mortar dedication with The Black Jockey Lounge, it's really gotten national attention with media waiting until it all comes together,” he said. “It's really not just a community or a state-wide initiation. The media has given some national legs to it.” Nichols said that now, more than ever, their mission is essential for the betterment of the racing community. “I always tell people it's eerily similar as far as the pulse of the nation in 2021 and what was the pulse of the nation in 1896,” he said. “The parallels are strikingly similar. As we know, coming out of the Jim Crow era on into the 20th century, it wasn't just the expulsion of talent, it was the expulsion of a consumer base that had been with horse racing for the last 200 years. Over time, the impact of that on the industry is still being felt today. Now we're in a space where the Kentucky Derby and horse racing in general can take the lead in being an ambassador to drive social change around this nation.”
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Tampa Pushes Back Turf Sprint Stakes
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Tampa Pushes Back Turf Sprint Stakes Home » Archive » Top News » Tampa Pushes Back Turf Sprint Stakes Sunday, February 14, 2021 at 11:59 am | Back to: Top News Updated: February 14, 2021 at 12:02 pm Tampa Bay Downs | Doug DeFelice Tampa Bay Downs has pushed back its pair of $100,000 five-furlong turf sprints, the Turf Dash S. for older males and Lightning City S. for fillies and mares, from next Saturday to Sunday, Feb. 21. The pair of events are the centerpieces of the track's annual Turf Sprint Showcase Day. “The turf course has taken in excess of two inches of rain the last two days, with more rain forecast during the week,” Tampa Bay Downs Vice President-General Manager Peter Berube said. “By switching the races to Sunday now, horsemen planning to enter either race will have sufficient time to adjust their training schedules. Our hope is that the turf course will be in its usual excellent condition by next Sunday.” Entries for Sunday's card will be taken Thursday. Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for the daily PDF or alerts. This story was posted in Top News and tagged Lightning City Stakes, Peter Berube, Tampa Bay Downs, Turf Dash Stakes, Turf Sprint Showcase Day. Your TDN download has begun.If the download does not complete, Click Here.
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Archie Watson Runners Out for Two Weeks Following Disease Positive
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Archie Watson | Tattersalls Trainer Archie Watson's runners will not compete at racecourses for at least two weeks after a horse was found to be positive for Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA) antibodies before an intended trip to France. Watson withdrew a trio of UK runners from races on Saturday and another runner from Southwell on Sunday. Horses infected with the virus are typically asymptomatic, but can display a fever, and conjunctivitis among other symptoms. “We recently had a horse undergo routine testing for transit to France as part of the new export testing protocols,” Watson said in a statement released on Sunday. “One of these tests revealed the presence of antibodies to EVA (Equine Viral Arteritis). As a result, the relevant bodies, including the BHA, were contacted immediately and we have been taking advice from them. “The yard is attended daily by our veterinary team and at no point have there been any clinical signs of the disease. Whilst we continue to investigate, the most sensible course of action to safeguard the British racing industry was to stop the movement of horses from my yards as further testing takes place over the next two weeks. “I would like to thank my staff, veterinarians, and James Given at the BHA for their professionalism and efficiency in managing the situation, and my owners for their understanding and continued support.” Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for the daily PDF or alerts. This story was posted in Europe, Shared News Europe, Top News Europe and tagged Archie Watson, BHA, Equine Viral Arteritis, EVA, positive antibody test, withdrawn runners.
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Arqana February Begins On Monday
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Following online trade at Tattersalls and Goffs during the past fortnight, winter mixed sale trade moves to Deauville on Monday and Tuesday, where horses in training, broodmares, fillies, 2-year-olds and short yearlings will be offered at a physical Arqana February sale with strict COVID safety protocols in place. The catalogue includes offerings from the reduction of Haras du Mont-dit-Mont, and the dispersal of the late Fabrice Petit. Mont-dit-Mont brings 13 lots, including Akemi (Ire) (Footstepsinthesand GB) (lot 232), an 11-year-old listed winner who is the dam of the winning Mastercraftsman (Ire) colt Hurricane Bill (Ire) and who is in foal to Bated Breath (GB); and Riptide Wave (Ire) (Pivotal GB) (lot 328), a daughter of the stakes-winning Rock Me Baby (GB) (Rock Of Gibraltar Ire) in foal to Belardo (Ire). The 18 horses that Marc Pimbonnet will offer for the Petit reduction, meanwhile, include a 2-year-old colt from the first crop of Al Wukair (Ire) out of the listed-winning Medolina (Aragorn Ire) (lot 55). Maiden fillies are always a popular attraction at Arqana's breeding stock sales, and the February sale boasts some intriguing prospects. They include the 7-year-old Lady Paname (Fr) (Soldier Of Fortune Ire) (lot 160), who was a winner and multiple group placed in France for Elie Lellouche before being sold for €400,000 at Arqana December in 2017 and joining Chad Brown in the U.S., where she won the GIII Long Island S. the following autumn. Lady Paname was offered at Keeneland November last year but was bought back for $100,000. The 5-year-old Jet Setteuse (Fr) (Makfi GB) (lot 315) was a dual winner at two and was three times stakes-placed in the subsequent two seasons, including a third behind subsequent Group 1 winner Watch Me (Fr) (Olympic Glory Ire) in the G3 Prix Imprudence. Jet Setteuse was last seen winning a seven furlongs conditions race at Dax last June. The catalogue likewise features some attractive in-foal mares. Those include Quesnay's Oh Beautiful (GB) (Galileo Ire) (lot 148), a 12-year-old listed winner who has produced three winners and is in foal to Shalaa (Ire). Oh Beautiful is a granddaughter of Rahaam, whose legacy includes Halfway To Heaven (GB) (Pivotal GB) and her Group 1-winning daughters Magical (Ire) (Galileo Ire) and Rhododendron (Ire) (Galileo Ire), as well as multiple Grade I winner Photo Call (Ire) (Galileo Ire) and her Group 2-winning half-brother Land Force (Ire) (No Nay Never), a young sire, and G1 Melbourne Cup winner Cross Counter (Ire) (Teofilo Ire). The winning 11-year-old mare Ingot Of Gold (GB) (Dubawi Ire) (lot 165) is offered in foal to Almanzor (Fr), while Leaf Blower (Hat Trick Jpn) (lot 238), a full-sister to multiple Grade III winner Tricky Escape, is carrying to another young stallion with his first runners this year, Caravaggio. The winning Pebbles Place (GB) (Oasis Dream GB) (lot 258), an 8-year-old full-sister to G2 Superlative S. third Maxi Boy (GB) (Oasis Dream GB) from the family of Group 1 winners Mandean (GB) (Manduro Ger), Wavering (GB) (Refuse To Bend Ire) and Earthlight (Ire) (Shamardal), is offered in foal to Phoenix Of Spain (Ire). Princess Isla (GB) (Frankel GB) (lot 309) is also carrying to a sire with his first foals due in 2021, the multiple Group 1-winning sprinter Ten Sovereigns (Ire). Princess Isla is a winning 5-year-old daughter of the multiple group placed Peinture Abstraite (GB) (Holy Roman Emperor Ire), a half-sister to the G1 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, G1 Prix du Jockey Club and G1 Grand Prix de Paris scorer and sire Peintre Celebre (Nureyev) and his three stakes-winning siblings. Another popular fixture of Arqana sales is the wildcards section, and this time around that features five offerings. The 3-year-old filly Otambura (Ire) (Kingman GB) (lot 150) is offered from the yard of trainer Christophe Ferland. Owned by Haras du Saubouas and Haras de Montaigu, Otambura has finished third in a pair of starts at Pau, going 1400 metres on Dec. 20 and going a mile on Jan. 30. She is out of the stakes-winning and G3 Prix Miesque second Kambura (Fr) (Literato Fr). The progressive chaser Laskalin (Fr) (Martaline Fr) (lot 70) should be among the popular National Hunt offerings, the 6-year-old having been added to the sale last week. Laskalin's 2021 form includes a win in the Listed Prix Bernard de Dufau over fences at Pau. A share in Haras de la Tuilerie stallion Masked Marvel (GB) was also added to the sale last week as lot 170. Masked Marvel, the winner of the 2011 G1 St Leger, has made a favourable start to his stud career, his first crop including the Grade 2-placed hurdler Gars En Noir (Fr) and the black-type performer Pacha Senam (Fr). The catalogue also includes nearly 100 horses in training on the flat and over jumps, as well as 69 yearlings and 28 2-year-olds by sires like Almanzor, Iffraaj (GB), Kendargent (Fr), Le Havre (Ire), Shalaa and Sioux Nation.
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