Tumwater School District and TOGETHER! Host Back-to-School Community Event

first_imgSubmitted by TOGETHER!Free Back to Basics Community Event served over 250 Tumwater students with back-to-school health services, community connections, and more.Tumwater School District students got free back-to-school help on August 18. The “Back-to- Basics Community Event,” hosted by TOGETHER! and Tumwater School District, offered no-cost immunizations and sports physicals, access to community health services and more. The goal was to eliminate barriers, increase school engagement, and provide additional access for families’ health care needs prior to the start of the year.This truly was a community effort to meet the health needs of our community.The event, which took place at Tumwater Middle School, was a success due in part to the over 70 community, medical and school district volunteers. Over 200 families attended the event. Thurston County Medical Reserve Corps administered 50 no-cost immunizations to 30 pre-school through 12th grade students. 219 middle and high school students were able to access no-cost sports physicals through a variety of volunteer medical providers. Families could access the DSHS Mobile Community Service Office to update food benefits and learn about potential services. SeaMar Community Health Center’s community navigator answered questions about insurance access.Volunteers pitched in to serve over 250 students from the Tumwater School District.Boys & Girls Clubs of Thurston County provided healthy snacks, and Tumwater School District staff were on hand to answer backto-school questions. Thank you to our additional partners: Olympia Orthopaedic Associates, Surgical Associates, Thurston Country Public Health and Social Services, Providence Tumwater Valley Physical Therapy, Providence Family Practice, and DZines.With these services completed, Tumwater students are ready to engage in learning on the first day of school.Tumwater School District works with TOGETHER! to implement a community schools approach in their district, which increases student engagement and community/school partnerships.The program is funded by the school district and the Community Investment Partnership. TOGETHER! is a local nonprofit organization that engages and mobilizes families, schools and the community to advance the health, safety and success of our youth. Learn more at www.thurstontogether.org. Facebook184Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

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Game Night to Remember Fundraiser at Gabi’s Olympic Cards & Comics…

first_imgFacebook70Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Gabi’s Olympic Cards & ComicsGame Night to Remember is almost here again, and this year is shaping up to be even more memorable! Starting at 11:00 a.m. on October 7 and going for a full 24 hours until 11:00 a.m., Oct 8, volunteers will be leading the event at the iconic Lacey game store, Gabi’s Olympic Cards & Comics.CJ Pearce with her parents, Nick and Corinne, in 2007. Nick Pearce passed away from Alzheimer’s disease in 2014 at the age of 61. Photo courtesy: Catherine J PearceCatherine “CJ” Pearce created Game Night to Remember after losing her dad, Nick, to Alzheimer’s in 2014. Nick Pearce was diagnosed with the disease in his late 50’s and passed away at a young 61-years-old. This experience drove CJ to jump in and find a way she could contribute to finding a cure.Over five million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s, and there is no preventable cause, no cure, and no viable treatment. “I was astounded when I contacted the Alzheimer’s Association and starting finding out facts about the disease,” CJ said, “it is the third most deadly disease in Washington state.”CJ wanted to create an event that would draw attention to Alzheimer’s, and also represent her family and her dad. “I have such fond memories of playing games as a family, and my dad and I would always try to be the silliest. We made each other laugh so hard. Even if we were all playing competitively, secretly my dad was always on my team and giving me little clues so we could win together.”This spirit of fun and community is abundant at Game Night to Remember, and Gabi’s Olympic Cards and Comics is the perfect family-friendly venue to help create that environment! With thousands of games, including hundreds of open box games to play, there is endless fun for the public to join in. Community members are also welcome to bring their own board games and “challenge” the team of volunteers. The event attracts everyone from avid to casual gamers, such as Amanda Jones, who is returning as a volunteer for her second year despite not considering herself a “gamer”.CJ Pearce (left) and volunteer Amanda Jones (second from right) strike a pose between turns at 2016’s Game Night to Remember. Photo courtesy: Cast + Forge Photography“I’m not a huge game fan so I had planned (in 2016) to support the fundraising efforts by running to get people things,” Amanda explained. “However, the volunteers’ passion and genuine interest in helping the cause was so infectious that I ended up joining them and playing for 24 hours. The time flew by, the company was amazing, and we met so many incredible people coming in and out of the event, many with stories of their own.”Of course, perhaps the biggest draw of the event is what can be won! This year there will be over $2000 worth of prizes for winners to take home. Local businesses have sponsored by offering up gift cards, baskets, and unique products. Gamers and geeks will be pleased with the prize selection as well; collectibles range from rare 1960s games, to brand new titles released only weeks before the event.So what kind of gaming should one expect at Game Night to Remember? Everything from traditional games like Yahtzee, to popular party games like Codenames, to niche games like Magic: The Gathering, and anything else in-between! This year will also feature a new event, Pub-style Trivia, so come as a team or join a group once you arrive.Accompanied kids and families are welcome and encouraged to attend, and there will be dedicated “kids time” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. For those 3 hours, games specifically for younger audiences will be hosted, and dozens of prizes just for kids will be given away! Local company Cast + Forge Photography will also have a “photo booth” during this time for capturing fun family memories!Volunteers and community members share a laugh during a particularly funny moment at Game Night to Remember. Photo courtesy: Cast + Forge PhotographyGame Night to Remember is absolutely free for the public to attend, though the goal is to raise as much money as possible to stop Alzheimer’s, so we encourage everyone to bring donations! 100 percent of all proceeds go directly to the Alzheimer’s Association.Game Night to Remember takes place on Saturday October 7, starting at 11:00 a.m., and will end on Sunday October 8, at 11:00 a.m. The address for Gabi’s Olympic Cards and Comics is 4230 Pacific Ave., Lacey.If you are interested in becoming an event sponsor by donating product/gift cards please contact Catherine Pearce at cjanepearce@gmail.com.The fundraising site for Game Night to Remember is http://goo.gl/n2qZ5rlast_img read more

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Adopt-A-Pet Dog of the Week: Buddy

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Adopt-A-PetMeet Buddy! He is an all-around great guy! His handsome face is quite noble with flop-over ears, and his lovely black coat is accentuated by his white chest.   Buddy is a 3-year-old, Mastiff/Black Labrador Retriever mix, weighs 69 pounds, and love kids (especially teenagers). He gets along well with other dogs and cats if properly introduced and knows his basic commands. In addition, he knows how to walk politely on a leash, enjoys swimming, car rides, and playing fetch!Buddy would make a great active family dog and is a wonderful companion! If you have a fenced yard, and the time to give him exercise and love, he might be the dog for you!If you have further questions or would like to schedule an appointment to meet Buddy in person, please contact the adoption team at Shelton Adopt-A-Pet. Emails are the preferred method of communication.Adopt-A-Pet has many great dogs and always need volunteers. To see all our current dogs, visit the Adopt-A-Pet website, our Facebook page or at the shelter on Jensen Road in Shelton. For more information, email thedoghouse3091@hotmail.com or call 360-432-3091.last_img read more

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Footballer who splits opponent’s kidney during 5-a-side game given 2 and a half years…

first_imgAdvertisement n5oNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs2khnWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eqr1( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) olbixyWould you ever consider trying this?😱hgodoCan your students do this? 🌚kaRoller skating! Powered by Firework Petru Pinto, a former professional footballer has tackled another footballer in a 5-a-side and the tackle caused a grade four renal injury or ‘split kidney’ to the opponent player. The incident happened on 16th November, 2012 at Dublin. Dublin Circuit Criminal Court failed to come to a conclusion after 30th November, 2018.Advertisement Finally the jury decided to give 2 and half years imprisonment to Petru Pinto for causing that injury. According to their verdict that the tackle was reckless but it was not intentional. Football is a body contact game and tackles are a part of the game. However, these sort of reckless tackles should not be there in the football field.Advertisement According to the verdict, the tackle caused by Pinto was dangerous and well beyond the limits of the game. So, a fine of €5000 has to be paid by the 50 year old former professional footballer to the victim within three years.After the injury, the victim has to suffer various health issues. It is a grade four renal injury. According to the victim, 25 percent functions of his kidney are not working. So, he has to suffer from blood pressure related issues and his medical cost has been around €1350. He also mentioned that he failed to join his work till 20 weeks after his injury.Advertisement Star Brazilian footballer Neymar currently facing 4 court trials Advertisementlast_img read more

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The Final Hurdle: Sourav Ganguly’s message to Indian team; If you get to the…

first_imgImage Courtesy: ScrollAdvertisement r6wr8NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs7vf0Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Epw( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 57k5Would you ever consider trying this?😱d73Can your students do this? 🌚tmb5qeRoller skating! Powered by Firework Despite the recent dominance by the Men In Blue in International circuit, the team have come to a screeching halt in the vital knockout fixtures especially the semi-finals.  BCCI President Sourav Ganguly claimed that the team of this calibre should be going past the semis stage after reaching.  Advertisement Image Courtesy: ScrollIndia have managed to reach the semi-finals of each and every ICC tournament since the 2013 Champions Trophy but have no silverware to show for it. Sourav Ganguly claimed that the team will get all the help required for getting past the semi-finals. The former captain addressed the issue as a mental thing. He said:“I am sure Virat (Kohli), Rohit (Sharma) and other players will hopefully do it at one stage. We can support them. In my playing days, I could bat and get India to a final. But none of us can do it now. We can only help. We can give them what they want — can give them facilities, but I am sure this team will get past,” Advertisement Ganguly also went on to address the young squad’s chances at the U-19 World Cup in 2020. He added:“We won the last U-19 World Cup. Under Rahul (Dravid), Paras (Mhambrey) and other staff, we will be able to do well in South Africa,” Advertisement Read Also:Michael Vaughan: Only India have the tools to beat Australia at home in testsBCCI head Sourav Ganguly to appoint a new team of selectors for Team India Advertisementlast_img read more

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Oyster Reefs Could Return to The Navesink

first_imgState Approves Artificial Reefs for ResearchJohn BurtonIt didn’t go as far as environmental groups wanted, but recently approved state legislation may eventually allow for the return of manmade oyster reefs in some area waterways.“I would say it’s a very big win,” said Meredith Comi, oyster bed restoration project director for NY/NJ Baykeeper, about the bill passed by both chambers earlier this month – and more surprisingly for the environmental organization – signed into law.Senate Bill S-2617 and its accompanying Assembly legislation, A-3944, in the amended form approved in January, would have the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) establish guidelines for groups like Baykeeper, allowing them to erect manmade oyster reefs for research purposes in waterways that have been deemed contaminated.The DEP would have to have the guidelines in place by Sept. 2017, “and see if they can provide expanded research opportunities for our part of the state,” Comi said.The original bill would have overturned an approximately five-year prohibition on reefs that were established in the Keyport harbor and off Red Bank in the Navesink River because of the level of contaminants and overall water quality. As a compromise, lawmakers amended the bill allowing the DEP and environmental groups, opening the door for future reefs for research purposes. The final bill was amended to address DEP reservations and secure the signing of Gov. Chris Christie, who signed it into law shortly after passage.While it is not the complete overturn of the ban hoped for by Baykeeper, which erected the reefs in the Keyport and Navesink waters, “I would say it’s a huge path forward from where we were,” Comi said.Baykeeper continued its oyster restoration project in waters just off of U.S. Naval Weapons Station Earle, Middletown’s Leonardo section.“We support shellfish restoration as a means to improve water quality, restore diversity and protect our coastlines,” said DEP spokesman Lawrence Hajna. “But, at the same time, we have to be diligent in the protection of the shellfish industry” as well as adhering to federal regulations, Hajna continued.In 2008 NY/NJ Baykeeper had to dismantle its Red Bank reef-like structure, home to thousands of oysters the environmental organization had placed there. And in 2010 the DEP also ordered the one in Keyport Harbor, in the Raritan Bay, taken down and the oysters destroyed.Oyster beds had long been plentiful in local waterways, up until the early 20th century when development, commercialization, overharvesting and pollution led to the shellfish’s demise in the area. But environmentalists sought to reintroduce the fish, for research purposes, believing the fish and growing reefs serve as a natural filter and as a water break, removing contaminates and containing erosion.State representatives instituted the ban in waters with water quality classified as “restricted” and “prohibited” for shellfish harvesting. The fear, DEP officials had said, is that the locations could be subject to illegal harvesting, with contaminated seafood making its way into restaurants and people’s homes, endangering public health and the state’s more than $1 billion a year shellfish industry. Without sufficient manpower to police the beds, as required by the Federal Drug Administration, the only alternative was to destroy the beds and oysters, DEP representatives had said in the past.“We really are trying to strike a balance,” Hanja said.Baykeeper continues its work at Earle, given it’s a heavily protected federal site, Comi said. Indeed, the location has had “its most productive year,” Comi maintained, with her organization putting an additional 150,000 oysters at the site, and monitoring the project’s progress.But New Jersey remains “the most restrictive of all the states,” for this type of project, she believed. “That’s what’s so frustrating,” she acknowledged.Comi said similar projects are being done in the Chesapeake Bay and down to and in the Gulf of Mexico.Long term, Baykeeper group remains hopeful the program will eventually be fully reinstated. “I’m confident, we all are here, as we move forward along this path, eventually we’ll be out in the other waters again,” Comi said.last_img read more

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Bombers dump Wolves en route to third-place finish at Grand Forks tourney

first_imgLVR jumped out to a 17-4 first quarter lead and never looked back.Mansveld and Roch each added six points for LVR.Sara Elliott scored six points for the Rockers.The joy was short lived as Rossland pounded LVR 53-31 in action Thursday at the LVR Hangar.Samantha Fleming had 12 points while Jessica Semenoff added 11 to lead the Royals.Parker had 12 points for the Bombers.Rough road trip to Okanagan for LVRLVR finished tenth at the tough Immaculata Invitational Senior Girl’s Basketball Tournament held recently in Kelowna.The Bombers lost a close 51-43 decision to St. John’s Eagles.LVR then dropped games to Kelowa Owls 46-23 and Richmond’s McNeil 64-34.Player-of-the-game awards for the tournament went to Mirva, Watt and Roch. Seniors Devyn Parker and Jayden Roch led by example to spark the L.V. Rogers Bombers to a third-place finish at the Grand Forks Invitational Senior Girl’s Basketball Tournament Saturday in the Boundary City.The Bombers finished off the eight-team tourney with a 58-28 win over host Grand Forks  Wolves in the third-place contest.Player-of-the-game for LVR, Kyley Mirva led the Bombers with 12 points in the win over the Wolves.Roch was a offensive machine for the Bombers, totalling 32 points in two games while Parker dominated the paint, leading the scoring in the tournament with 50 points.LVR opened the tourney with a 62-46 win over Lumby. Marley Watt, LVR’s player-of-the-game, paced the offence with a double-double — 12 points and 10 rebounds.Unfortunately, Watt turned an ankle and was not available for the semi final action against Rossland Royals as the Bombers lost 71-29.Defensive phenom Paige Mansveld was LVR’s player-of-the-game.Bombers split mid-week actionNew recruit Danica Dahlin scored 15 points and Parker added 10 sparking the Bombers to a convincing 50-14 win over Stanley Humphries Rockers in West Kootenay AA Girl’s Basketball action Tuesday in Castlegar.last_img read more

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Stefani strikes gold at 2016 BC Winter Games

first_img“It made me want to perform my best floor routine. We had to wait two hours for the floor final,” added Stefani. “It was torture. I just wanted to get out there and tumble.”The floor event final had the audience on the edge of their seats, with all 12 participants performing personal best routines. Stefani was the sixth gymnast to perform.Going into her routine the highest score was 9.6 out of 10. She performed a high back layout in her first tumbling pass to a perfect stick, in her second tumbling pass she fought hard not to take a step.“It was obvious that Brianne had a goal of locking up a top three finish at the Games,” said Long.“She fought for every landing and performed all of her skills with maximum amplitude.”Long said Stefani is also very expressive and a beautiful dancer which contributed to the artistry score.Stefani’s routine earned a 9.6, which put her in a tie for first, with six gymnasts yet to perform. One other gymnast also scored a 9.6, making a three way tie for the gold medal.“It was wonderful to see all three girls up on the podium to receive the gold medal,” said Long.“They all had near perfect performances and they all deserved to be up there.”Stefani is already planning to attend the next BC Winter Games in two years.  She will need to move up into the Level 8 category in order to compete at the next Games.“I am already planning out my routines for the next Winter Games,” said Stefani. “I’m excited get back into the gym and start working on new Level 8 skills.”Stefani will start adding new more advanced skills into her routines for the BC Provincial Championships which takes place April 15-17 in Langley.Long said that they will use the Provincials as a stepping stone into Level 8.“Brianne is a very motivated and hardworking gymnast,” said Long. “I’m confident that she will be able to achieve any future goals that she sets for herself.” Nelson’s Brianne Stefani struck gold at the 2016 BC Winter Games this past weekend in Penticton.Stefani, 11, captured the gold medal on the gymnastics floor event during the provincial competition.On day one of the gymnastics event, the Glacier Gymnastics Club gymnast placed 11th overall in the Level 7 category and qualified for the floor event finals in second place and the beam event finals in third place.“The point spreads between first and fourth was two tenths of a point in both events,” said Stefani’s coach, Sandra Long.“We knew going into the finals that Brianne’s routines would need to be close to perfect in order to get on the podium.”Unfortunately, Stefani had a couple of small wobbles and a step during the beam event finals, which dropped her into fourth place. “Beam is a highly stressful event, no one had a perfect performance in finals, including Brianne,” said Long.Nelson’s Glacier Gymanstics Club’s members are still very proud of Stefani’s beam performance which missed securing the bronze medal by two tenths.“One less wobble and the results would have been in Brianne’s favour,” said Long.The disappointment of the beam final results helped pump Stefani up for the floor event final.“I was so close,” said Stefani.last_img read more

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Thunder capture two of three during Central Okanagan hoop trip

first_imgThe lone setback came against Okanagan powerhouse Clarence Fulton Maroons (34-29).”We’d like to recognize support of the Nelson and District Credit Union, Lions Club and Trafalgar PAC for their contributions to make this trip a success,” said coach Jeremy Phelan. The Trafalgar Thunder Boy’s Basketball team won two of three during a recent trip to the Central Okanagan over the weekend.The Thunder defeated Pleasant Valley of Armstrong (69-19) and Kalamalka of Vernon (47-44) during the three-game swing.last_img

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STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2016

first_imgGary Stevens3245913%56%$453,165 Peter Eurton1942221%42%$243,774 Carla Gaines1741224%41%$235,770 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Jamie Theriot524248%19%$200,069 (Current Through Saturday, Oct. 29) Mike Puype2341117%26%$134,345 Kent Desormeaux591761029%56%$670,820 Norberto Arroyo, Jr.8616121319%48%$632,583 Mark Glatt3166919%68%$236,916 Flavien Prat8214171217%52%$1,137,075 Martin Pedroza6485313%25%$284,045 Tiago Pereira6288113%27%$339,945 Jeff Mullins1440329%50%$125,945 Doug O’Neill7210101514%49%$465,106 TrainerMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Mike Smith2344317%48%$262,205 In other Breeders’ Cup news:With Martin Garcia aboard both horses (not at the same time, of course), Bob Baffertworked Dirt Mile favorite Dortmund and streaking Sprint contender Drefong.Dortmund went four furlongs in 47 flat, breezing, while Drefong went four furlongs in company with Mor Spirit, each getting a time of 47.40.Also working for Baffert was Enchanting Lady (Filly & Mare Sprint, four furlongs in 47.40, breezing) in company with Lemhill Basr (47.80).Under the keen eye of Bill Mott, Acorn winner Carina Mia (Distaff) went fourfurlongs in 47.60, breezing, while Gun Runner (Classic) went the same distance for Steve Asmussen in 48.40.Trainer David Hofmans plans to give Santa Anita Handicap and Gold Cup winner Melatonin(Classic) a half-mile blowout on Wednesday.Masochistic, likely to vie for favoritism in the $1.5 TwinSpires Breeders’ Cup Sprint onSaturday, had his second gate breeze Saturday, five furlongs in a minute flat under Mike Smith.“Two works back he worked from the gate,” trainer Ron Ellis said of the six-year-old California-bred Sought After gelding. “I’ve done it to keep him sharp because he hasn’t run in a while (by design, since Aug. 27, when he was a handy winner of the Grade II Pat O’Brien by nearly four lengths).“It’s kind of a routine I’ve done with him when he’s had breaks before and it’s worked. As far as I’m concerned, he couldn’t be better.”The post position draw for the Classic and the Distaff will take place Monday following areception at 3:30 in Santa Anita’s Chandelier Room, in the Club House, mezzanine level.Post positions for the other 11 Breeders’ Cup races will be drawn Monday from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Top of the Stretch on the ground floor near Santa Anita’s Clockers’ Corner.FINISH LINES: Thanks to Cover Song‘s nose victory at 30-1 over 3-2 favorite Danilovna in Saturday’s Autumn Miss Stakes and ultimately withstanding a lengthy stewards’ inquiry, there is a Pick 6 carryover of $67,117 today, with the pool expected to surpass $500,000. The Autumn Miss was one of three winners on the day for resurgent Kent Desormeaux, moving him two behind leader Rafael Bejarano (19-17) in the battle for Autumn Meet riding honors . . . Jerry Hollendorfer, winner of more than 7,100 races in his long and storied career, seeks yet another with Dr. Fager’s Gal in Saturday’s Grade III Senator Ken Maddy Stakes for fillies and mares, three and up, at about 6 ½ furlongs on turf. The four-year-old bay filly is a daughter of Wild Desert, bred in New York. Asked how he came by a horse bred in the Empire State, Hollendorfer didn’t quibble. “I don’t care where they come from,” he said, “as long as they can run.” William Spawr1243133%67%$124,068 Tyler Baze821681120%43%$595,745 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Robert Hess, Jr.1541227%47%$98,275 Joseph Talamo4678215%37%$326,535 Fernando Perez52931017%42%$240,875 Richard Baltas5599616%44%$459,540 Philip D’Amato4471516%30%$453,430 Rafael Bejarano9819211319%54%$1,229,035 Victor Espinoza3868416%47%$783,050 Gary Sherlock1652131%50%$139,410 Peter Miller60149623%48%$507,830 Stewart Elliott474449%26%$223,338 ESPINOZA WELL-SCHOOLED WITH CHROMEDORTMUND, DREFONG DRILL FOR BAFFERTDESORMEAUX’S TRIPLE PUTS HIM NEAR TOP Bob Baffert32117334%66%$914,190 CLASS IS NEVER OUT WITH ESPINOZA, CHROMEVictor Espinoza has been down this road before. Kentucky Derby wins, Breeders’ Cup wins, even a Triple Crown victory.Come Saturday, the 44-year-old future Hall of Famer goes for the gold with California Chrome, a fairytale horse the gods have smiled upon again and again. Espinoza has ridden the five-year-old California-bred son of Lucky Pulpit 18 times in his 24-race career, all in a row, winning 13, the last six consecutively.Can they do it one more time in the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic on Saturday?“I’ve seen how many are nominated to the race for a rough idea as to who’s running, but obviously it will be clearer when the entries are drawn tomorrow,” Espinoza said. “Then I’ll see what post I get and how many horses are running.”With the extensive time Espinoza has spent with California Chrome, approximately 30 minutes on his back in races, not counting training jaunts, he doesn’t have to burn the midnight oil doing his homework.“I’ll study some, but I don’t need to,” Espinoza said. “I already know pretty much how all the horses in the Classic run. I’ve been watching them since the beginning of the year, so it’s easy to get a rough idea of what’s going to happen in the race.“It all depends on how Chrome breaks from the gate and the post position. Arrogate is pretty much the horse to beat, not just from how he won the Travers, because all his wins have been impressive. He will be a challenge for California Chrome, as will Frosted. He’s a horse I have to keep an eye on, too.“In a race like the Classic, you have to worry pretty much about every single horse, because they’re there for a reason and they’re going to be focusing on California Chrome. I’m glad Arrogate is in the race, because it takes a little bit of pressure off Chrome.”Trainer Art Sherman, for what it’s worth, seems as confident about California Chrome’s chances as he did before the Awesome Again, in which Chrome won handily by 2 ¼-lengths over Dortmund, a win so overwhelming it diverted Dortmund from the Classic to the Dirt Mile.Sherman offered fair warning to Chrome’s foes: “They better be tied on,” he said. Jerry Hollendorfer4756611%36%$326,121last_img read more

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