Flying Miracle fancied in the third

first_imgTomorrow’s race meeting at Caymanas Park offers no carryovers, but the 10-race programme looks a bit more challenging than last Saturday’s, and punters should be on guard for upsets.The first Super-6, with a guaranteed minimum of $750,000, gets under way with restricted stakes for three-year-olds and up to be contested by seven starters, including last Saturday’s fast-time winner CHOO CHOO BLUE, the speedy POLLY B with female apprentice Melissa Ward aboard, ZUGULU, and in-form DINNER BY SEVEN.The winner is almost sure to emerge from this quartet, but the lightly raced American three-year-old filly, CHOO CHOO BLUE, looked so improved when running on Lasix for the first time on May 14, clocking a fast 59.0 over the round five course, that she is given the edge over the consistent POLLY B, with in-form Robert Halledeen retaining the ride.Next on the programme is division one of a 3-y-o maiden special over 1200 metres in which 12 have been declared.This race looks tailored for the Patrick Fong-trained NEHEMIAH (Jevanne Erwin up), who, despite a below-par fourth to DYSFUNCTIONAL over 1500 metres on April 16, had run some good races prior to that.Chief among them was his blanket-finish fourth to DR TRAIN over 1300 metres on March 28 but was a disqualified winner over 1100 metres earlier that month. The son of Burning Marque, Luvvy Duvvy should win from KANALOA and THAT’S THE MAN, who ran an improved race for second to PRINCESS EMANUELLE when Lasix was administered last Saturday.The ultra-consistent FLYING MIRACLE caught the eye with a fast-finishing third to SIR SOUTH over 1200 metres on May 11, a distance short of is best. The 6-y-o son of Miracle Man gets the ideal trip of a mile in the third race, and despite the presence of the down in class trio of UNBREAKABLE with champion jockey Shane ELLIs, STAR NEW VISTA and BIGBROWNGREYHOPE, FLYING MIRACLE with apprentice Dane Dawkins riding for trainer Ryan Darby, has most appeal among the eight starters.PHOTO FINISHThe recent winner, WINESHA, with apprentice Javaneil Patterson aboard, is tipped to repeat the expense EUSEBIA and CLEARLY OURS in the fourth race over 1100 metres for $180,000 claimers.Then, take DI COBRE (apprentice Jerome Innis up) to go one better in the fifth race over the straight following his photo-finish second to ELVIRA over the course on April 23; and LUCKY NINE with apprentice Hakeem Pottinger in the sixth. Their respective dangers are the very fit ELVIRA and OK DUDE.FIRST SUPER-6 FANCIES(10 CHOO CHOO BLUE/-POLLY B(2) NEHEMIAH/KANALOA(3) FLYING MIRACLE/-UNBREAKABLE(4) WINESHA/EUSEBIA(5) DI COBRE/ELVIRA(6) LUCKY NINE/OK DUDElast_img read more

Momoh Donates to PUL

first_imgFormer Inquirer photo-journalist, James Momoh, last Friday donated three cartons of stationeries to the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) at the union’s Clay Street offices in Monrovia.The donated items cash value is about U$250, he said.Making the presentation at the PUL’s office on Clay Street in Monrovia, Momoh, presently based in the United States, said the donation is to augment the activities of the PUL to become stronger.He said in the wake of the 2017 Presidential Elections, the PUL must be supported in every way to be able to provide education to the masses.“It is the duty of the PUL to educate the people so that they are able to understand the electoral process.“If the people are not educated to make better choices of candidates, our society will stand to lose,” says Momoh, who is an adjunct faculty member on media relations at the African Center for Strategic Studies, (ACSS) said.The ACSS is within the National Defense University in Washington D.C, in the United States.He called on the media to play its statutory role to ensure an informed Liberian society that is able to make better decisions in the 2017 presidential elections.Meanwhile, he said his role at the ACSS is to ensure that the media in the West Africa sub-region get educational support to operate freely to educate the masses.Receiving the items, outgoing Secretary General of the PUL, D. Kaihenneh Sengbeh said the PUL is overwhelmed by the donation and assured Mr. Momoh that the items would be used for the intended purpose.He called on Liberians in the Diaspora to identify with the PUL to ensure better performance in educating the people.He commended Mr. Momoh for his support and expressed the PUL’s gratitude for his selfless donation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more