April 12, 2021

The Jam Poker

Sport Station

I Say, I Say (Part 2)

Every year, thousands of Thoroughbred racehorses find themselves homeless and without purpose due to events in the Thoroughbred racing industry. Saddlebred, quarter horses, other equine divisions, breeding, and competitions are a prominent part of the history and life of Louisville, Kentucky. While I attended high school, I used part of my school holidays and spare time to earn money that I would eventually spend on my summer vacation trips. I loved delving into travel guides and encyclopaedias to plan those journeys in detail. Places that had historical or cultural significance, held prominent positions in these plans as well as attractive, mainly meaning different from where I lived, countrysides or seashores. Fortunately, language barriers and unfamiliar customs never bothered me. The bonus of going on these trips meant I was going to meet people speaking different languages and meet strangers from diverse backgrounds. Using budget accommodation or camping improved the chance to meet like-minded individuals. The Alexander Mosaic , dating from circa 100 BC, is preserved in the National Archaelogical Museum in Naples, Italy. It was discovered in the House of the Faun during the excavation of Pompeii, an ancient Roman settlement, which was destroyed during a volcanic eruption. The horses are shown as lively and wild-eyed. This wonderfully detailed mosaic allows us to see how horses were harnessed and ridden over 2,000 years ago, and is a reminder of how important horses were to our ancestors. Aslan (2001 – 2016) was my first real agility dog. I began training hime when he was 12 weeks old. After competing for over 10 years, he earned six agility championships. Aslan also qualified to attend the AKC Agility National Championship nine times. He also received titles in Rally Obedience, earning AKC’s highest Rally title – the RAE – which stands for Rally Advanced Excellent. He earned 96 competition titles and certifications. Throughout history and throughout the world, horses have been used for military purposes. They have been used mainly as a means of transportation or for hauling equipment, and as a tool of war. Sadly enough, countless numbers have died around the world as a result of the wars waged by humans. Lastly, my understanding of the fit people are throwing over the ten commandments and prayer in schools is the separation of church and state excuse. Public schools are funded and partially ran by the federal and state governments. What I never understood when I was in school is why it was okay to discuss other religions and even learn about them. I had a field trip to a mosque one time. I thought it was interesting, but knew there would never be any education about Christian culture in any sort of disguise.

This is a stunning presentation that evokes exactly what it should-sadness, grief, and awe of the horrendous consequences of war and the hubris that makes war possible. Sadly, we’ve still not learned the lessons. Thank you for creating this powerful piece, which brings a long-ago reality to life through painting and poetry. Algorithms can severely injure the reach of business and brand posts, this has been the subject of much controversy surrounding social media algorithms. They tend to have short backs with very powerful hindquarters, again best suited for the purpose of pulling. They are also by and large used for cross-breeding, especially to breeds such as the Thoroughbred. These Shire horses are used to pull a Wadworth Brewery dray delivering beer to pubs in the Devizes area of Wiltshire, England. Today, draft horses are again valued as riding horses thanks to their temperament and stamina. The draught equine declined in economic importance following the end of the Second World War, and in the latter half of the twentieth century even the most well-known of the heavy breeds were on the verge of disappearing. The Queen of England is a fan of the breed, and she is one of the few women who have been allowed to ride the powerful beasts. A year after she came to the throne she saddled up on a horse called Pluto Theodorasta when the Spanish Riding School of Vienna visited London. As I stated in the intro, we will start with the basics. The stance, grip of the cue, aiming and cue action are the basics, but most important parts of playing any of the cue sport games. As you are generally competing on a singular basis there is only you who can help you when something may go wrong. Thusly, even well bred but only “medium” caliber racehorses, such as those bought and sold at the Keeneland Auction for an average of $100K, may not ever win, even at a small racetrack. With the hopes of “cleaning up” at the ghetto tracks, these “Kentucky” bred horses still are without value unless the winnings come in early and frequently. Increasing government revenue can be done without increasing taxes on the American people. Creating a business friendly environment through modifying or tax system or replacing it benefits all of us. Kentucky has been Horse Country since before Louisville’s founding in the late 1770s. Horses, farms and plantations were a way of life. After this we continued our daily viewing of the horses, training and presentation until the day of the auction quickly arrived. We all awakened early and were a mass of nerves. I’d done my math many times over the night before to determine how high I would bid in Euros. One thing I recommend having available for the auction is a printed spread sheet of U.S. dollars and the equal Euro amount. In the heat of the auction it is very helpful to glance down and know how many dollars you’re actually spending. As often as I reminded my self that we were bidding in Euros I kept thinking in dollars so keep that paper handy.

One thing to keep in mind with the grip is that you never hold the cue in a strangle hold. You need to have a firm hold, strong enough to have control over the cue, basically so someone cannot pull the cue out of your hand with a gentle pull. Most shots you will play will have the same pressure. There are shots that I will cover later in the series where grip pressure has an effect on the cue ball. Peer into the water bucket – it should be clean to ensure the animals don’t get sick. The water should also be fresh, horses need to be watered at least twice a day and every time the bucket is empty. Leading elements of the division would arrive near Bastogne late in the evening on December 18,1944. Troops from the 101st Airborne were dropped off in Belgium with little ammunition and little or no winter clothing. Many of the soldiers of the 101st took whatever ammunition they could find off the thousands of the American soldiers retreating before the advancing Germans. General Bradley had made the unfortunate choice to ship fuel to keep the Allied advance going and neglected issuing winter clothing to his troops. By December 17,1944, the first snow had fallen in the Ardennes and air temperature were below zero. Both the American and German soldiers would suffer considerably from frost bite or trench foot as the battle progressed. The winter of 1944 in the Ardennes would prove to be one of the coldest on record. More than 15,000 American soldiers would be disabled because of icy cold weather during the battle. Sometimes the frostbite was severe enough that gangrene had set in, forcing soldiers to have fingers, or a foot amputated. Winter weather gear for most American troops would not arrive until January 1945 after the battle had ended. Many years later, as thoroughbred racing proliferated in North America the need for a pedigree registry for American Bred Thoroughbreds, similar to the General Stud Book became apparent. In 1873, the first American Stud Book was published by Colonel Sanders D. Bruce. This man spent almost a lifetime researching the pedigrees of American Thoroughbreds. He followed the pattern of the General Stud Book producing six volumes of the register until 1896 when the project was taken over by The Jockey Club. The integrity of the American Stud Book is the foundation on which all Thoroughbred racing in North America Depends. Big brother seems to be everywhere these days. Your article is an eye-opener! I only look for youtube videos to enhance my articles and otherwise spend little time there. I do post photos and links related to what I am writing on HubPages to twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin. When posting to my business Facebook page, that is the only time I scroll down the page to see what friends may be posting. So, all in all, I do not spend much time on social media sites. That being said, the ads often closely relate to my searches on the Internet.

In the wild, all horses eat for about 22 hours each day and sleep for about two. Hollywood Park hosted many renowned thoroughbreds, including Seabiscuit, winner of the inaugural Hollywood Gold Cup in 1938. The track is the cause of various modifications in horse racing, including Sunday racing, exacta wagering, Player’s Pick 5, and the Pick Six. This average when tallied against average life expectancy of 73 years (per WHO), it comes to 5.7 years or 2,080 days spent by an average user on social networking sites during their lifetime. today’s draft horse owners hold events called plow days so they can preserve and pass on the skills of working with horses to future generations. Saddle seat, is a primarily American discipline, created to show to best advantage the animated movement of high-stepping and gaited breeds such as the American Saddle-bred and the Tennessee Walker. Some Arabians and Morgans are also shown saddle seat in the United States. There are usually three basic divisions. Park divisions are for the horses with the highest action. Pleasure divisions still emphasis animated action, but to a lesser degree, with manners ranking over animation. Plantation or Country divisions have the least amount of animation (in some breeds, the horses are flat-shod) and the greatest emphasis on manners. We now had to contact the transport company to arrange a flight back to America for Teddy. Guido Klatte was our choice after researching companies prior to the auction we determined them to be the most reliable and experienced. The Klatte contact number is 49-4472 94007 – 0 For the flight back the horses are placed into a box stall while still on the ground. The stall can be and usually is split into 3 individual stalls allowing for first class, business class and coach transport. Most horses fly 3 per box and the pricing at that time was approximately 7800.00. The box stall is filled with horses and then the entire stall is lifted and placed into the belly of the plane. A few seats are present in the plane and arrangements can be made to fly back with your horse. I didn’t realize this at the time so Teddy would have to fly without us. We scheduled his departure for the next Wednesday and we would still be in Germany for most of this time. This was a nice time to allow us to get to know Teddy over the next few days when the chaos of the auction had died down. It was interesting to watch all the “brender-up” style trailers pulled by Mercedes come to collect horses for rides to their new home. The barns quickly emptied to the few horses going to the U.S on the same plane out. The time for us to depart came too quickly and we kissed Teddy (now firmly his name) goodbye and left for home knowing he would be there shortly. Upon arrival we made the necessary wire transfer and then waited for his arrival to California LAX airport. Jet Pets is the receiving company and have to be paid for caring for the horse during the 3 day gelding quarantine. We were able to arrange all this through Guido Klatte including reservation and payment. Stallions and mares entering the country have to go to a separate facility called a CEM quarantine facility and have a longer stay.