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Cervical Cancer Awareness Month: Your Best Protection is Early Detection

first_img 35 Views   no discussions LifestyleLocalNews Cervical Cancer Awareness Month: Your Best Protection is Early Detection by: – January 25, 2020 Tweet Sharing is caring! Sharecenter_img Share                                                Yvonne AlexanderJanuary is world Cervical Awareness Month and the Dominica Cancer Society whose mission is to advocate and educate on cancer prevention and care is promoting pap smears.Yvonne Alexander, president of the society, says no one has to die from cervical cancer or even have a decreased quality of life.“Cervical cancer is considered the most common cancer affecting women worldwide and in Dominica. Interestingly, it can be detected early and treated so that there is no spread and no one has to die as a result of being diagnosed with cervical cancer,” she effuses.“Pap smears are readily available at most major health facilities across Dominica. No woman has an excuse for not having a pap smear. It is a very simple procedure or examination which can be done by a nurse or someone can go privately to their doctor,” Alexander adds.A pap smear is a method of cervical screening used to detect potentially precancerous and cancerous processes in the cervix or colon.Alexander explains, “A pap smear probably takes five minutes at the most. It not painful- not as painful as a bikini wax, it takes less time than a manicure or pedicure and it has a lifetime of benefits. If there is anything wrong it can be identified, located, treated and you survive.”She insists that women stop taking a casual approach to life and health and take preventative measures.“So we are again encouraging women to please have a pap smear done if you have not done so in a while. Individuals who are diagnosed with cervical cancer to the extent that it spreads to other organs of the body are always those who have not had a pap smear in many, many years.”The Cancer Society reminds that your best protection is early detection. Sharelast_img read more

‘State of Higher Education’ address set for Monday

first_imgIndianapolis, In. — Teresa Lubbers from the Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education will give the sixth-annual State of Higher Education Address at 4 p.m. on Monday, April 9 at the Indiana Statehouse. This year’s address will highlight the increasing importance and demand for higher education in a time of skepticism about its value.The public is welcome.last_img

Sherwood: Townsend will come good

first_img “Obviously I like Andros and I know what his qualities are. He gets past people, he makes goals and he can score goals. “He needs to slow himself down on his shooting and he knows that, but he is probably one of the most two-footed players in that squad. He cuts in from the left and shoots with the right, he does the same on the other side and is probably more accurate on his right side than he is on the left.” Sherwood worked with the Spurs academy before moving to the first-team set-up and sees no reason why the club should not give some of its promising youngsters a chance – just as he has done with 19-year-old France midfielder Nabil Bentaleb. “My job in the development phase – I was banging on the door all the time for a lot of the boys. I now know that the manager has his head on his block and it is up to him to make that decision,” he said. “If the club are buying players and have got more comfort with the international players who are coming in, they have got to go that way and can only go with what they trust. “I don’t think anyone gave Andros more opportunity than Andre, and he was a foreign coach. “Andros really did take his opportunity under Andre, and it is (all about) the football club where they are at.” And Sherwood sees no reason why the Spurs academy product cannot enjoy a successful end to the season for both club and country. “Andros backs himself to be better than anyone else in the world, that is the sort of character he is. He needs to get himself fit and firing again and I am sure you will see the best of it,” said Sherwood, whose side beat Crystal Palace 2-0 at White Hart Lane on Saturday. “I have known him since he was a kid and he is a good lad. He is a top trainer and he wants to be playing in every minute of every game, but he will get his opportunities and I am sure he will be productive between now and the end of the season for us. Sherwood, who took over from the sacked Andre Villas-Boas in December, feels Townsend can offer something different. “He wants to play wide and attack people. Wherever you put him on the pitch he will try and take people on,” said the Spurs boss. “He can still learn from others and Aaron (Lennon) for instance at how to be more responsible when you are tracking back. Also other players can learn from Andros at how direct you can be at times as there’s no point playing safe. The kid doesn’t know how to play safe. He wants to put people on their backside and does it a lot of times. “He can learn more, but who are we judging him on? We are not judging him against Bale or Ronaldo at the moment, but you can certainly judge him against anything in the England squad. “Give me a wide player in the England squad and I will give pros and cons for both of them. I am not going to be biased towards my own players. Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood is confident Andros Townsend has the character to regain full match fitness and play his way into the England World Cup squad. The winger has been sidelined with a hamstring problem since before Christmas and had been set to feature for Spurs’ Under-21s against Newcastle at Bishop’s Stortford on Monday evening, but his comeback has been put on hold after the match was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch. With Arsenal forward Theo Walcott suffering a serious knee injury which ended his own World Cup dreams, the door would seem to open for Townsend to secure his seat on the plane to Brazil, having impressed when handed his opportunity for the senior England team during the final qualifying fixtures. Press Associationlast_img read more

Arkansas St., La.-Lafeyette meet in Sun Belt tourney

first_img Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNo. 9 seed Arkansas State (16-15, 8-12) vs. No. 8 seed Louisiana-Lafayette (13-18, 8-12)Sun Belt Conference Tourney First Round, Cajun Dome, Lafayette, Louisiana; Saturday, 12 a.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Arkansas State is set to match up against Louisiana-Lafayette in the opening round of the Sun Belt tournament. The teams split the regular season series at one win apiece. The teams last met on Feb. 26, when the Ragin’ Cajuns forced 19 Arkansas State turnovers and turned the ball over just 11 times en route to a 77-74 victory. TEAM LEADERSHIP: Louisiana-Lafayette’s Jalen Johnson has averaged 15.3 points and 6.6 rebounds while Cedric Russell has put up 14.2 points. For the Red Wolves, Marquis Eaton has averaged 13.5 points while Caleb Fields has put up 10.8 points.EFFICIENT EATON: Eaton has connected on 38.8 percent of the 121 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 7 of 14 over the last three games. He’s also converted 80.8 percent of his foul shots this season.WINLESS WHEN: Louisiana-Lafayette is 0-9 this year when it scores 65 points or fewer and 13-9 when it scores at least 66.WINNING WHEN: Arkansas State is a perfect 5-0 when it holds an opponent to 63 points or fewer. The Red Wolves are 11-15 when opponents score more than 63.DID YOU KNOW: Arkansas State has attempted the second-most free throws in all of Division I. The Red Wolves have averaged 25.4 free throws per game, including 27.9 per game against conference foes.___ March 5, 2020center_img For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Arkansas St., La.-Lafeyette meet in Sun Belt tourneylast_img read more

Di Matteo “excited” at prospect of facing Barcelona in the Champions League

first_imgChelsea’s interim boss Roberto Di Matteo said he was “excited” by the prospect of a Champions League semi-final showdown with Barcelona.His team struggled to overcome 10-man Benfica but Di Matteo insisted he expected the Portuguese side to put up a real fight.“We knew before that we would face a difficult game and so it proved,” he told ITV.AdChoices广告“They (Benfica) are a good side. They’ve shown it many times before. It was just the second goal that was missing for us. We missed a lot of chances.”Di Matteo added: “Barcelona are probably one of the best teams in the world, if not the best. They have great players. We’re happy and excited to be able to play a semi-final against them.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Keys to unlock ’06 success

first_imgGREGORY DIXON/Herald PhotoAfter an extremely challenging yet successful non-conference schedule that saw the UW women’s soccer team go 3-2-2, the Badgers open up conference play at home against Illinois on Friday night and Iowa on Sunday afternoon.Last season, Wisconsin went through a tumultuous conference schedule, going 3-6-1 against their Big Ten counterparts and barely qualifying for the Big Ten tournament. Once in, Wisconsin steamrolled the field, outscoring their opponents 8-1 in three games and winning the championship.But that’s all history to the women and they have their sights set on winning a regular season crown in addition to defending their tournament championship. In order for the Badgers to achieve those goals, here are five keys the Badger women will have to keep in mind.5) Solid GoalkeepingWhile many teams have to scramble to have a solid backup goalie or even a decent starting goalie, the Badgers have been spoiled the last two seasons to have two of the best goaltenders in the Big Ten, senior Stefani Szczechowski and junior Lynn Murray.This season, both Szczechowski and Murray have performed well in the net, allowing a combined total of eight goals and posting two shutouts. If Wisconsin is going to be successful, there’s a lot of pressure on the ladies between the posts to continue their high level of play.4) Playing with a leadFor one reason or another, Wisconsin remains a second-half team, usually digging itself a deep hole and forcing itself to play catchup. In the Badgers’ last loss against Missouri, Wisconsin spotted the Tigers a 2-0 advantage before charging back, only to fall short in a 2-1 loss.With Wisconsin playing a lot of one-goal games over the past two seasons — with an 8-10 record in those contests — the Badgers need to get the early goal, then clamp down defensively. Even so, Wisconsin has shown a lot of fight when behind, going 1-2-1 after being down at some point in the game.”All the games are so dang close, tight and could go either way,” head coach Dean Duerst said. “We could have gotten the first goal against Missouri and then the pressure is on them. I think even being down 2-0, we handled that all right. We won a game when we were down 2-0. It’s a good sign that our team didn’t lose themselves. They are fighters, battlers, competitors; and they want to win.”3) Kabellis must stay healthyOn a team with a lot of young talent, the so-called poster girl for the Badgers, senior forward Kara Kabellis, must stay healthy and be able to play. In the game against Missouri, Kabellis missed the game due to a one-game suspension, and the team offense suffered because of that.It’s not just Kabellis’ offensive and defensive abilities that the Badgers miss when she doesn’t play; it’s her senior leadership and experience that is crucial to the development of Wisconsin’s first-year players.”She’s got a creative flair to her game, and she also can strike the heck out of a ball,” Duerst said. “She is, in essence, much like (Amy) Vermeulen from last year, who could hit a ball like a man, we say, but on the female side, she’s also just instinctive in her game, and there’s not an opponent coach that won’t try to man-mark her or put two players on her, especially on free kicks and set plays.”2) Taylor Walsh and Elise Weber play beyond their yearsWith only three senior forwards on the team, the Badgers need younger players to fill that void in leadership and talent. So far this year, a pair of sophomores have stepped into the limelight and started to take control.Through seven games, Taylor Walsh has been one of the Badgers best ball strikers, scoring a team-high three goals and dishing out two assists. On the other hand, Elise Weber has become the Badgers corner-kick specialist, accurately placing balls to give her teammates the best opportunity to score.”Kara has been the girl for us, but now Elise and Taylor are … stepping into that role,” Duerst said.If Walsh and Weber keep producing the way they have been, Wisconsin will have a strong scoring trio, which would make them nearly impossible to defend.”As I look at this season and our production, it’s got to be able to come from [Elise, Kara and Taylor],” Duerst said. “It may not come one game for Elise, and it comes for Kara and Taylor, or maybe both or all of them have a strong game. They all have to help in that regard in terms of getting some of those goals and assists for us.”1) Team UnityWith its team foundation built primarily on new, young talent — 16 underclassmen and two transfers — in 2006, Wisconsin has to stay organized on the field, playing without making mistakes young players tend to make and buckling down on defense, all of which come from having experience on their team.Wisconsin certainly has the talent to walk away with a lot of hardware in 2006. All they need to do is communicate with each other and believe that they can succeed. From the looks of how they played their non-conference season, the Badgers already have started to unite.”Organization and teamwork are [what we need],” Walsh said. “The games that we have done the best [in], we’ve had good organization in the backfield. We haven’t let any goals in or few goals in those games, and we’ve been able to win. The games we play really well are the games we play together really well. We feed off each other and working together which is what we need the most.”We’re a team that is going to score goals this year,” Duerst said. “It’s just a matter of defending as a team and finding results through great defending. We can become a Big Ten champion if we do that. We have every opportunity to win this thing.”last_img read more

Syracuse football position battle to watch, No. 10: Cordell Hudson vs. Juwan Dowels

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on July 14, 2016 at 10:55 am Contact Jon: jrmettus@syr.edu | @jmettus With Syracuse football training camp less than a month away, The Daily Orange beat writers, Chris Libonati, Jon Mettus and Matt Schneidman, will analyze one of the top 10 preseason storylines, top 10 position battles or reveal one of 10 player files each day. Check out dailyorange.com and follow along here to countdown to camp.Assuming Corey Winfield recovers from being stabbed in April, allegedly by former teammate Naesean Howard, and takes one of the cornerback spots, Cordell Hudson and Juwan Dowels will be an interesting training camp battle.The Tampa 2 defense is one that typically relies on big cornerbacks to be disruptive at the line of scrimmage and contribute to stopping the run. But Hudson stands 5 feet 11 inches tall and Dowels is one inch shorter. Dowels outweighs Hudson by five pounds so consider their sizes a wash. Head coach Dino Babers said during the spring that he’s run the defense with smaller players in the secondary before.Hudson and Dowels both played in all 12 games last season with Hudson starting the final four games of the season and Dowels starting the last five. Hudson finished with 35 solo tackles and 42 total. Dowels had 29 and 40, respectively. Hudson had two interceptions and three pass breakups. Dowels had one pick and five disruptions.The pass defense as a whole struggled, though, and is going to be revamped. Syracuse finished 102nd in passing yards allowed in the nation, 117th in completion percentage and 99th in passing efficiency defense.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHudson had seven tackles in the spring game compared to just 2 for Dowels. Babers is looking for a guy that can make big tackles and be sound in coverage. Whoever can show that in training camp will come out on top. Right now, it appears Hudson has the edge. Commentscenter_img Related Stories Syracuse football preseason storylines, No. 10: How SU’s tight ends will factor into this year’s offenselast_img read more

Rangers: Gov. Ugwuanyi Inaugurates 10-man Panel of Inquiry

first_imgGov. Ugwuanyi while inaugurating the panel, stated the measure was in keeping with his earlier resolve to “ensure the total revitalization and repositioning of the Club for future challenges especially, in the light of the internal strife and the mismanagement of the Club”.The governor regretted that the ugly development had continued despite his administration’s best efforts and interventions, saying that it almost resulted in the Club’s relegation from the Nigerian Premier League during the just concluded 2016/2017 season.According to the governor, the panel’s terms of reference are to “investigate and identify all the factors responsible for the continuing crisis in Rangers FC and recommend appropriate measures to curb them; articulate a road map for Rangers FC; determine and recommend appropriate amendments to the Rangers Management Corporation Law that would align it with the road map and specifically enthrone robust governance structure with clear reporting lines in keeping with international best practices and transparent accountability framework”.Other terms include to “investigate any other relevant matter(s) that may come to the knowledge of the panel in the course of the inquiry, not covered under paragraphs (1) – (3) above and generally, in the light of its findings, make recommendations which the panel may consider appropriate for the total and sustainable revitalization of Rangers FC”.The governor appreciated the Chairman and members of the panel for accepting to lend their services to the state and to the teeming fans and supporters of the Club and expressed confidence that they will deploy their wealth of experience, knowledge and competencies in the discharge of their duties effectively and satisfactorily.Responding on behalf of other members of the panel, the chairman, Prof. Agu thanked the governor for finding them worthy to serve the state in that capacity, noting that Rangers FC means more than a football team to the Igbo people.He assured the governor that they will deliver on their assignment in record time to ensure that the club receives the practical surgery it needs to bounce back to winning ways.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Following the recent dissolution of the Board and Management of the Rangers Management Corporation, among other decisions, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State yesterday inaugurated a 10-man Administrative Panel of Inquiry on Rangers International Football Club, “to carry out a diagnostic investigation of the problems of the Club”.The panel which comprises state chairmen of the Nigerian Bar Association and Nigerian Medical Association (NBA); Auditor General of Enugu State; representative of Nigerian Football Association; Chairmen of Enugu State Sports Writers Association and Rangers Supporters Club, State’s Commissioner for Labour and Productivity, among others, has Prof. Agu Gab Agu and Mr. Kennis Ngene as Chairman and Secretary respectively. By Christopher Isiguzo in Enugulast_img read more

Member of the NA of US donated Money for the Reconstruction of Grbavica

first_imgMember of the national football team of the United States and football player of New York City, Mix Diskerud, donated funds for 50 chairs at the stadium Grbavica to FC Zeljeznicar. On this occasion, Zeljeznicar issued a statement.A wonderful story about the project of European Grbavica continues. After several public figures, many fans, members of the National Assembly and friends of the club, today we received the payment for the chairs from the distant United States, from the member of the national football team of this country.The company A to Z Group from the United States, led by founder Emil Ljesnjanin, donated funds for 50 chairs and supported the project of European Grbavica. After the payment, Ljesnjanin told the story of the project to his friend, football player of New York City, Mix Diskerud, who decided to help without much thought. Mix deposited the funds for 50 chairs as well.Mix Diskerud was born on the 2nd of October 1990 in Oslo, Norway. He played for Stabæk, Gent and Rosenborg before he arrived in MLS, the New York City. Mix played 37 matches and scored 6 goals in the jersey of the USA.In August 2013, the national teams of BiH and the United States played a friendly match at the Kosevo Stadium, in which the hosts won with score 4: 3. Mix Diskerud played in that match for 45 minutes.(Source: novovrijeme.ba)last_img read more

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2019

first_imgSHOEMAKER REMEMBERED ON MEMORIAL DAY 24% ITM% 9 (Current from April 12 through Saturday, May 18) 3 45% 11 JockeyMts 11 4 4 $335,118 1st 15% Flavien Prat56 6 14 Joseph Talamo66 23% 9 12 11 52% 53% 2 SHOEMAKER A RACE TO REMEMBER FOR McANALLYOn Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, America honors its patriotic veterans with a day of respectful remembrance.Santa Anita, in a lesser sense, shares in that grateful reflection with the running of the Shoemaker Mile, one of three Grade I events that day offering a total of $1.5 million in purses.The Shoemaker is named for the late, great racing veteran, Bill Shoemaker, who was and remains the gold standard among jockeys, 16 years after his death on Oct. 12, 2003.Fittingly, Ron McAnally will have a horse in that race, a six-year-old Argentine-bred named Le Ken that has outrun his odds in each of his six United States starts. It would be fitting, too, if McAnally, 86 and a member of the Hall of Fame since 1990, would win the Shoemaker, captured five times by the rider when the race was run as the Premier Handicap.After all, McAnally and Shoemaker started out together. They were here in 1948, when Santa Anita was in its infancy.“Shoe was one of the greatest I’ve seen,” McAnally said. “We grew up together. He was mucking stalls when I was mucking stalls. He was a classy guy and a helluva rider.”As for Le Ken, he was fourth in his U.S. debut at 80-1 in the Grade II City of Hope Mile; fourth at 19-1 in the restricted Lure Stakes; ninth after an eventful trip at 54-1 in the Grade II Seabiscuit; second in an overnight race at 21-1; third in the Grade III Thunder Road at 22-1; and fourth in the Grade III San Francisco Mile at 16-1.“He’s been right there in most of his races,” McAnally said. “He’s been training really well. I’m real happy with the way he looks and how he’s been doing. Hopefully, if he’s in a photo this time, it will be for the win.”Should he do so, it would add to McAnally’s career stakes victories at Santa Anita, currently at 113, good for fourth behind Charlie Whittingham, Bob Baffert and Bobby Frankel, and like McAnally, fellow Hall of Fame members all.Likely for the Shoemaker, a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge Race providing the winner with a fees-paid berth to the Breeders’ Cup Mile on Nov. 2: Blitzkrieg, Bowies Hero, Catapult, Delta Prince, Desert Stone, Le Ken, Ohio, River Boyne, Sharp Samurai and Synchrony.GIFT BOX MAKES PRESENCE FELT IN SMART GOLD CUP DRILLSanta Anita Handicap winner Gift Box is on course for the Grade I Gold Cup at Santa Anita on Memorial Day after working six furlongs Saturday in 1:13.60.“It was an excellent work on this track,” said John Sadler, who won two races yesterday to move into third place in the standings, six wins behind leader Doug O’Neill. “He galloped out a mile in 1:41. (Joel) Rosario is coming in to ride him and others for us that day.“Catapult (Shoemaker Mile) went a minute and change yesterday (1:02). He went very well also. Both the Gold Cup and Shoemaker are good, salty races.”Probable for the Gold Cup: Core Beliefs, Florent Geroux; Fight On, no rider; Gift Box, Joel Rosario; Lone Sailor, Flavien Prat; Mongolian Groom, no rider; and Vino Rosso, John Velazquez.VASILIKA COULD BREEZE TUESDAY FOR GAMELY STAKESWith rain currently in an erratic pattern, Jerry Hollendorfer scrapped plans to breeze Vasilika tomorrow for next Monday’s Grade I Gamely Stakes, and likely will work her Tuesday.“We’ll be conservative and probably breeze her Tuesday,” the Hall of Fame trainer said of the five-year-old Skipshot mare, claimed for $40,000 on Feb. 11 last year and winner of 11 races since, eight of them stakes including the Rodeo Drive and the Matriarch, each a Grade I.“You get horses that will develop like that,” Hollendorfer said in addressing her dramatic success since the claim. “Not a lot, but some.”SINGLE TICKET RAINBOW PICK SIX JACKPOT CARRYOVER OF $605,038For the 18th consecutive racing day, Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot went unsolved, resulting in a carryover of $605,038 into Sunday at The Great Race Place.Saturday’s Rainbow Six attracted $234,874 in “new” money, contributing to a total pool of $786,136. Although there was no single ticket winner, there were 79 tickets with six winners, each worth $1,583.80.Approximate post time for today’s fourth race, beginning the Rainbow Six, is 2:31 p.m.SCOTT STEVENS TO RECEIVE WOOLF AWARD FOLLOWING SIXTH RACEIn what will surely be an intensely emotional moment, veteran jockey Scott Stevens will be presented with the 2019 George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award in a Winner’s Circle ceremony following today’s sixth race at Santa Anita.A winner of more than 4,800 races in a career that has spanned 43 years, Stevens will be joined by family, friends and colleagues, including the 1996 Woolf Award winner, retired Hall of Famer Gary Stevens, as the pair thus become the first brotherly tandem to win the prestigious award in its 70-year history.The winner via a vote of jockeys nationwide, Stevens placed first among a list of five finalists that included Joe Bravo, Kerwin Clark, John Davila, Jr. and Julien Leparoux.“I know I was there when Gary won, but honestly, it’s been so long ago, I don’t remember,” said Stevens. “This award is so special and I was honored just to be nominated. When you think about all the great riders and the great people that have won it and to be selected by a vote of your peers . . . It’s really more than I can describe.”Born Oct. 6, 1960 in Caldwell, Idaho, Stevens is the son of a former trainer, Ron, and rodeo queen, Barbara. Steeped in the ways of the horse-world from infancy, Stevens, who has more than 32,400 career mounts, broke his maiden on May 30, 1976 at Les Bois Park in Boise, at the age of 15.A member of both the Idaho and Canterbury Park (MN) Halls of Fame, Stevens has been a helpful, guiding influence to scores of young jockeys for decades.A nine-time leading rider at Turf Paradise, Stevens, who resides in Phoenix with his longtime partner Pam Isles, has two grown children, a daughter Jessica and a son, Jake, as well as five grandchildren, four of whom will join him today.Named for the legendary Hall of Fame jockey George Woolf, who died at age 35 following a spill on Santa Anita’s Club House turn on Jan. 3, 1946, the Woolf Award can only be won once, and it is intended to recognize riders whose careers and personal character earn esteem for the individual and the sport of Thoroughbred horse racing.LATEST CONTENT FROM XBTV:Gift Box works 6 furlongs. (Sadler) 5-18-19Paradise Woods works 5 furlongs. (Shierriffs) 5-18-19Mark Casse talks  War of Will following his Preakness Stakes victory.XBTV Sunday:  What to watch for at Santa Anita Park on May 19th, 2019.Weekend Watch: Highlighting  weekend action at Santa Anita Park Starting May 18th, 2019Cistron works 6 furlongs. (Sadler) 5-17-19Pricing works 5 furlongs. (Proctor) 5-17-19Juggles works 4 furlongs. (O’ Neill) 5-17-19Ashleyluvssugar works 5 furlongs. (Eurton) 5-17-19Friday’s at Shady works 4 furlongs. (Bonde) 5-17-19FINISH LINES: Mario Gutierrez is locked in at Golden Gate today riding 2-1 morning line favorite Kingly for Bob Baffert in the $75,000 Alcatraz Stakes . . . A first name trifecta worth $64.90 resulted in Saturday’s seventh race when Don’t Blame Judy, Eddie Surprise and Peter’s Kitten ran one-two-three . . . Santa Anita is dark for live racing Monday through Thursday. Live action resumes 1 p.m. Friday, May 24 and continues through May 27. Simulcast racing is offered Wednesday and Thursday with free General Admission and free parking. Admission gates open at 10 a.m. Tiago Pereira74 8 63% 7 $547,585 $469,799 66% 31% 12 1 3rd Richard Baltas37 8 45% 41% 12 Ruben Fuentes72 Money Won $657,902 15 17% GIFT BOX REUNITES WITH ROSARIO IN GOLD CUP Win% 34% 6 11 $645,007 7 4 10 1st 30% $528,375 Philip D’Amato41 28% 9 Rafael Bejarano67 Victor Espinoza31 39% 2 $702,086 49% SANTA ANITA STATISTICS 10 32% 3rd 2nd 12 13 2 VASILIKA COULD WORK TUESDAY FOR GAMELY Doug O’Neill49 TrainerMts 16% $605,038 AT END OF TODAY’S PICK 6 ‘RAINBOW’ 17% Money Won 15 $636,079 63% ITM% 3 John Sadler32 59% $606,799 $415,280 18% 2nd SCOTT STEVENS GETS  WOOLF AWARD TODAY Edwin Maldonado41 10 43% Kent Desormeaux32 12 8 18% 9 7 Win% $364,757 12 7 $542,798 56% Mark Glatt42 $411,465last_img read more