Chad BrownJavier CastellanoBob EdwardsKristine EdwardsPress ConferenceTHE MODERATOR: Ladies and gentlemen, the winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf was New Money Honey. And we’re joined now by the winning connections from right to left, trainer Chad Brown, jockey Javier Castellano, owner Bob Edwards and his wife, Kristine Edwards. Thank you all for being here. Congratulations. Congratulations to you all. Chad, let’s start with you, and maybe you can just give us your impressions of how the race was run.CHAD BROWN: Well, Javier gave her a beautiful trip. We talked about it, if she could break clean and be up in the forward group and somehow get clear at some point in a big field, which is a lot to ask, she’d have a good shot because she’s training so well. I’ve had so much success with Javier, and we have great chemistry together. He studies the races very well. And if he’s ridden a horse before, he learns a lot from it and applies it to the next race.This is a situation of a young horse that’s getting better and a jockey that really understands her, and just executed a perfect plan once we put him up on the horse.THE MODERATOR: Javier, you did ride her your first two starts. Tell us what you learned and what unfolded today?JAVIER CASTELLANO: I really like the way she did it today. I’m very satisfied, and I have a lot of confidence with the filly. And thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, for the opportunity, and Mr. Brown. Mr. Brown, he’s got something special for me, and I really appreciate him for that, because I had a lot of confidence in putting a lot of successes together, and he gave me something special today to perform the horse with the best part. And approaching to 14 horses is not easy in the Breeders’ Cup, and especially when you have a young horse. The filly, she’s amazing. She’s a great developer. She’s got a good mind. She saved on the first turn, she cut it off, and she went through the little hole, and then I tipped her up on the side and she gave me a powerful kick and run the last part of the race.THE MODERATOR: Bob, your impressions and what this experience and what it feels like to win this race?BOB EDWARDS: It’s a great experience. We’re new owners, as you guys know. We have not won a maiden, as you know. We’ve only won Stakes races thanks to great horses, great talent, great Bloodstock agents, and we’re pretty excited for her to take her talent down to South Beach.THE MODERATOR: It’s nice when you can only win Stakes races. Chad, the Miss Grillo, what a race, the key race in here. Your other filly ran well and came on at the end too. So just talk about the turf juveniles coming out of New York today?CHAD BROWN: Yeah, they ran well. It’s been a key prep race for this particular Breeders’ Cup Race. It’s the third time we’ve won the race, and all of them were Miss Grillo winners, New York has a fantastic program. And I need to give them credit because great training facilities. I do all my training back home before I ship in for these races, and they always make the turf course available and around weather and whatever I need back home at my home base. Even if the Breeders’ Cups not held there. So thanks to NYRA, for allowing us the facilities to get this filly here. It is a strong group. My other horse came on strongly.I tell you, it was a really good field. Again, we’ve competed in this race virtually every year since they’ve had it, and I thought this was one of the stronger editions of it on paper.Q. Chad, third race of her career, a performance like this. What’s it say about her future?CHAD BROWN: I’ll tell you, I think sky’s the limit for her. I think a mile is about as short as she wants to run, and Javier and I spoke about it in the days leading up to the race and all the way to the paddock about how she has a great post and she’s training terrific. But a mile is just a tough short for her, and you’re going to have to really work out a good trip. I think with that said, with all the big races next year being longer than a mile, I think this filly has an unbelievable future, and it’s the first horse in this race I’ve ever cross-entered in the dirt race because she trains well on dirt as well.So we’re going to enjoy this. She won on the turf. Thankfully we made the right call. But it’s not even out of the question that we give her a spin on the dirt before a race like the Kentucky Oaks just to be sure. I think she’s that talented.FastScripts Transcript by ASAP Sports
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TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Arsenal inform Juventus of Ramsey January priceby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal have informed Juventus they can sign Aaron Ramsey this month.The midfielder, off contract in June, is understood to have settled pre-contract terms with Juve.The Wales international has agreed to a €6.5m-a-year deal.And Gazzetta.it says Arsenal have told Juve they can sign Ramsey immediately for £20m.Juve’s board are now weighing up whether to match Arsenal’s valuation.
Transport and Mining Minister, Hon. Mike Henry, on Tuesday (September 12), updated the House of Representatives on the total systems failure at the Air Traffic Control Centre in Kingston.The centre’s radar and communications network sustained extensive damage resulting from a lightning strike, which significantly affected the management of and operations within Jamaica’s flight information region.Consequently, the centre was unable to provide air traffic support service for flights that were scheduled to arrive and depart the island, as well as those traversing Jamaica’s airspace from Friday, September 8 to Saturday, September 9.Mr. Henry said the new TopSky automation system and equipment, which were knocked out of service, have been restored and are now operational.“We have tested the MEVA Network node for communications with regional airspace operators and it’s working satisfactorily. The AFTN/AMHS aviation messaging service has been restored,” he stated.Mr. Henry said the Norman Manley International Airport radar feed has been restored to TopSky, adding that plans are advanced to restore Montego Radar feed.The Minister said repairs to the microwave radio communication system from Coopers Hill and Catherine’s Peak have been completed.“Investigations into the full extent of the damage are ongoing, and as soon as I have the full report, I will share it with the members of this House,” he stated.Mr. Henry noted that full restoration of the system requires international sourcing of parts and consulting services.“In this regard, we have sought approval to expedite immediate procurement activities, which include sourcing and clearing of items at customs. This is expected to cost us approximately US$200,000,” he informed.Meanwhile, Mr. Henry said he has been advised that the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority has invested in the enhanced lightning-protection systems, including state-of-the-art atmospheric discharge units.He noted that these “will go a far way in mitigating any future strikes”. The centre’s radar and communications network sustained extensive damage resulting from a lightning strike, which significantly affected the management of and operations within Jamaica’s flight information region. Mr. Henry said the new TopSky automation system and equipment, which were knocked out of service, have been restored and are now operational. Transport and Mining Minister, Hon. Mike Henry, on Tuesday (September 12), updated the House of Representatives on the total systems failure at the Air Traffic Control Centre in Kingston. Story Highlights
Malala Yousafzai turned 18-years-old yesterday, and celebrated by getting people around the world to call for education for everyone.Malala #booksnotbulletsThe activist had her supporters post photos of themselves with their favorite books as part of the #booksnotbullets campaign, imploring world leaders to understand that education is the best investment for our future.Malala chose The Diary Of Anne Frank as her favorite book, as she says it reveals the courage and strength of a young girl living under conflict.“It inspires me to believe that every child deserves the right to dream, the right to learn and the right to live in peace.“I urge world leaders to prioritize education because education is the only way through which we can defeat terrorism, fight against poverty and bring peace and prosperity. The money that is spent on just a few guns, if given to a child’s education, can change that child’s life.“We cannot stop terrorism just by killing the terrorists and people. We need to fight against the ideology of terrorism and extremism, and that can be done successfully only through education. If a child, suffering from poverty and difficulties, is not given a book, he will pick up a gun.“I call on my sisters and brothers all around the world to join me in this mission – #booksnotbullets.”Find out more here.Copyright ©2015Look to the Stars
Willow Fiddler APTN NewsFirst Nations policing in Ontario is one step closer to being considered an essential service after the Safer Ontario Act was passed on Thursday.Bill-175 states First Nations can apply to be a designated police board responsible for policing in an area under the Police Services Act.This means First Nations police services could be protected under the same legislated policing standards as municipal and provincial police services.Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) called the passing of the bill a historic day and a result of years of negotiating the legislative framework that could mandate the Nishnawbe Aski Police Service (NAPS) – the country’s largest First Nations police force.“This legislation will ensure that NAN First Nations will have access to the same level of policing as the rest of Ontario,” said Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler in a news release.NAN has been in a tripartite agreement with the province and Canada since 1994 when NAPS was created.Since then, First Nations leaders in northern Ontario have been calling for equitable policing for its communities.“It’s a huge development, after all the time, Ipperwash, everything else. This is very big,” said Julian Falconer, legal counsel for NAN, referring to the 1995 Ipperwash Crisis in which Stony Point First Nation occupied land the federal government had appropriated for military use.“There’s actual protections in the act to retain the Indigenous identity and become a legislated police service just like any other police service in the province,” Falconer said.However, the challenges of First Nations policing hasn’t been so much the cultural aspects but the chronic resource and funding inadequacies that leave officers and communities feeling unsafe.In 2016, all but one of the 135 officers with NAPS voted in favor of strike action. They were frustrated and fed up with low pay and poor working conditions that did not meet standards because there were none.Under the First Nations Policing Program, some detachments have operated with no running water or heat and officers are required to work, often times alone, with no immediate back up in the 35 First Nations communities served by NAPS.The chronic inadequacies have been documented in various reports and recommendations from public inquests like the one for Lena Anderson, a young mother from Kasabonika First Nation who died by suicide when she was detained and left alone in the back of a police truck in 2013.In April 2017, the province offered First Nations policing full wage parity with provincial police.The Safer Ontario Act was tabled in the legislature in November 2017.“Safety backed by the rule of law will ensure that policing by our officers will be equitable to other police services in this province. This will go a long way to improving the health and safety of our communities,” said NAPS board chairman Mike Metatawabin.
New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said India cannot have dialogue with Pakistan unless the neighbouring country acted against terror outfits on its soil, asserting that “talks and terror cannot go together”.Talking on ‘India’s World: Modi Government’s Foreign Policy’, she stated that Pakistan needs to control the ISI and its army who are bent on destroying the bilateral relations time and again. “We do not want talk on terror, we want action on it. Terror and talks cannot go together,” she said. Swaraj also questioned Pakistan’s retaliation to the Indian air strikes in Balakot when, she said, India had specifically targeted the terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM). “Why did the Pakistani military attack us on behalf of JeM? You not only keep JeM on your soil, but fund them and when the victim country retaliates, you attack it on the terror outfit’s behalf. “If Imran Khan (Pakistan prime minister) is so generous and a statesman, he should give us Masood Azhar,” she said. The external affairs minister said India can have a good relationship with Pakistan, provided the neighbouring country “takes action against terror groups on its soil”. On her invitation to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting, she said India avenged the humilation meted out to it 50 years ago by becoming the ‘guest of honour’ at the OIC meet this year. “In 1969, India was humiliated when it was not allowed to participate in the meeting even after reaching the venue after Pakistan protested against India’s then foreign minister’s participation. But now, 50 years later, it was India that was on the seat of the guest of honour, while Pakistan’s seat was empty,” she said. Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had expressed reservations about the invitation to Swaraj for the OIC meeting, and later decided to boycott the meeting of the 57-member Muslim grouping held earlier this month. Talking about the foreign policy of the current government, Swaraj said it was based upon the two principles of “national interest supreme” and “world is our family”. “People often ask us what we get by our frequent travel to countries. I want to tell them we do not travel to have fun, we travel to build our relationship with other countries …” she said.
New Delhi: A Delhi court has ordered attachment of liquor baron Vijay Mallya’s properties in Bengaluru in a case relating to FERA violations. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Deepak Sherawat issued fresh directions after the Bengaluru Police, through Enforcement Directorate’s special public prosecutor N K Matta and advocate Samvedna Verma, sought more time to execute its earlier order in this regard. The court directed the state police to attach the properties by July 10, the next date of hearing. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details The Bengaluru Police had earlier informed the court that it had identified 159 properties belonging to Mallya, but had not been able to attach any of them. Mallya was declared a proclaimed offender by the court on January 4 last year for evading its summons in the case. The court had on May 8 last year directed the attachment of Mallya’s properties in the case through the Bengaluru Police commissioner and sought a report on it. It had declared Mallya a proclaimed offender for evading summons in a Foreign Exchange Management Act (FERA) violation case after noting that he had failed to appear despite repeated summonses. It had on April 12, 2017 issued an open-ended non-bailable warrant (NBW) against the liquor baron. Unlike a non-bailable warrant, an ‘open-ended NBW’ does not carry a time limit for execution.
New Delhi: On a day her brother Congress president Rahul Gandhi filed his nomination for the Lok Sabha elections from Amethi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Wednesday said the constituency was her father’s “karmabhoomi” and its land was sacred for her family. Gandhi filed his nomination for the Lok Sabha elections from this constituency with his entire family looking on. His mother Sonia Gandhi, sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and brother-in-law Robert Vadra were with him in the Collectorate when he filed his papers. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details “Some relationships are from the heart. Today, the whole family was present for my brother’s nomination. This was my father’s ‘karmabhoomi’, it is sacred land for us,” Priyanka Gandhi, who is Congress’ general secretary in-charge Uttar Pradesh East, tweeted. Rahul Gandhi, a three-term MP, will take on Union minister and BJP candidate Smriti Irani in what is seen as a direct contest with the SP-BSP-RLD alliance taking the decision to not field any candidate from the constituency, seen as a Congress bastion.