CLOSELY CONTESTED SECOND SUPER-6 FANCIES (7) BUZZ NIGHTMARE (8) SURE STEP/ MEMORY OF TS (9) ABOVE THE RADAR/ CHIEF PROSPECT (10) CHOO CHOO BLUE/ AWESOME DESTINY (11) SEEKING MY DREAM (12) BLUE PEPSI LINKS/ DUSSELDORF TOMORROW’S Burger King Superday programme offers 12 races, including the 38th running of the Superstakes over 2000 metres, the Glen Mills O.D. Caribbean Sprint and the Coca Cola Invitational Mile. There is a Pick-9 carryover of just under $1.1 million, but both Super-6s will have guaranteed minimums of $1.5 million for the big raceday. The Pick-9 will be conducted from race 4 to 12, the first Super-6 from race one to six, the late Super-6 from seven to 12. The outstanding sprinter BUZZ NIGHTMARE (Ian Spence up) ought to be followed when he bids for his sixth consecutive win in the seventh race, the $1.75 million Glen Mills Caribbean Sprint to be contested by eight starters. Trained by 14-time champion Philip Feanny, BUZZ NIGHTMARE is coming off an impressive victory in the recent Gold Cup over 1400 metres and coming back razor sharp, should lead home hat-trick seeker CRUCIAL APPEAL with champion jockey Shane Ellis aboard. The eighth race over 1500 metres for the Dr Paul Wright Trophy will feature the Burger-sponsored jockeys versus apprentices duel over 1300 metres. It could resolve itself into a three-cornered tussle among MEMORY OF TS with in-form apprentice Dane Dawkins, SURE STEP and BIG AL, the mounts of Wesley Henry and Shane Ellis respectively. SURE STEP, a free-running sort, gets the nod in a field of 14 maiden three-year-olds. The eighth race, I Love My Whopper over 1820 metres, promises to be closely contested among the 11 starters, but it could come down to the course specialist ABOVE THE RADAR with Aaron Chatrie up, CHIEF PROSPECT and the front running SPORTING CLAY. A fit ABOVE THE RADAR has the credentials to win yet another race over this trip and thus gets the nod. CHOO CHOO BLUE, who had no luck in running in her recent race over the straight, should rebound with a win in the 10th race over 1300 metres for the Lindy Delapenha Trophy with Robert Halledeen riding for trainer Peter McMaster. THE $4.5 million Burger King Superstakes is next and despite the presence of the reigning ‘Horse of the Year’ SEEKING MY DREAM with customary rider Omar Walker aboard, it should prove interesting with last year’s winner FRANFIELD, PERFECT NEIGHBOUR and the vastly improved 3-y-o colt BIGDADDYKOOL present in a field of nine. Champion trainer Wayne DaCosta should finally score that elusive win in the Superstakes with SEEKING MY DREAM, who has looked most impressive at exercise. The closing race over 1400 metres for the Karl Angell Trophy should be won by BLUE PEPSI LINKS, with top apprentice Bebeto Harvey up.
Red Cross Distributes Sandbags and Disaster Response Kits Red Cross Gala near sold out Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 06 Nov 2015 – This weekend war veterans will be remembered in a series of services to be held around the world, including right here in the TCI. Governor Peter Beckingham, will on Sunday place a wreath at the War Memorial in Grand Turk, while Deputy Governor Anya Williams will lay the wreath here in Provo. In Grand Turk, the remembrance of the Allied, Commonwealth and British personnel who fought in the two world wars of the 20th Century and in subsequent conflicts will be paid homage at the 9:45am service at the St Mary’s Pro Cathedral on Front Street in the capital; a similar commemoration will take place at the St. Monica’s Anglican church at 12:30pm in Providenciales – both on Sunday November 8th. Also joining the wreath laying will be, the Hon. Premier; the Leader of the Opposition; TCI Ex-Services Legion; the Commissioner of Police; TCIG Medical Department; the Scouts, Guides and Brownies; Rotary International; Soroptimists International and the Red Cross. His Excellency Beckingham said: “I look forward to attending again the Remembrance Service in Grand Turk, which is always one of the most moving and solemn occasions, and an opportunity to remind ourselves of the sacrifices of others.” Louis Bacon’s Moore Bahamas Foundation Announces Donation To Rotary Club Of The Bahamas For Relief Efforts In The Bahamas Related Items:Guides and Brownies, his excellency beckingham, red cross, remembrance day, Rotary International, Soroptimists International, TCI Ex-Services Legion, TCIG Medical Department, the Scouts Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Despite the “digital-first” initiative and a challenging first half 2011 for Hanley Wood magazines (and possibly weaker performance in the second half of the year), Anton said the company is committed to print. “I emphasized that part of the process would be to make sure the magazines are protected and, in fact, would benefit from this reorganization–we will NOT stopping printing magazines.”Several of HW’s print pillars–including Builder and Architect–have agreements with industry associations (Anton says Architect has seen a 100 percent increase in ad revenue since teaming with the American Institute of Architects last year), while the Journal of Light Construction is paid circulation. “I think they will be giving up the secret sauce of trade publishing…editors who are close to their markets and thus create content that is right down the pipes of their readers,” says one source of Hanley Wood’s editorial reorganization. “But current economics are making that hard, so maybe this is the way we have to go for a few years.” Some observers are expecting dramatic moves by Hanley Wood as the company’s debt comes due in 2012. Last week, Hanley Wood sold the assets of Pro AV (including web, editorial content and subscriber lists) to NewBay Media, but Anton says no other transactions are planned at this time. While he won’t comment on the debt load and the possibility of a restructuring, Anton says, “We strongly believe the company has sufficient liquidity to fund day-to-day operations into the foreseeable future.” During an internal meeting yesterday, Hanley Wood CEO Frank Anton [pictured] revealed to staffers that the company has just completed a project with consulting firm Innovation and will soon begin an 18-24 month process leading to a “digital-first” editorial approach–including the centralization of editorial resources at Hanley Wood’s Washington, DC-headquarters. “It is our intention to concentrate editorial resources in a yet-to-be built newsroom-type environment much like Bloomberg Businessweek’s,” Anton told FOLIO:. “We will not close all our remote editorial offices and we will relocate some staff from remote offices. We would expect some staff from outside offices to decline to move and we would in special cases make exceptions about edit staff being located in DC. The concentration of staff at Hanley Wood headquarters will allow us to better integrate resources and talent.”Hanley Wood satellite officies include Chicago (Commerical Construction Group), Los Angeles (Aquatics International and Pool + Spa News) and Williston, Vermont (Journal of Light Construction). Anton says Hanley Wood will create six to seven task forces manned by volunteer staff to control the reorganization. “The build out alone is a big project, and it’s necessary to make sure our underlying CMS is up to the task at hand,” he adds. “We have a time line developed for all major projects, but I’m sure it will be subject to change.”
“It’s very easy to capture videos,” says Magisto CEO Oren Boiman, “but it’s hard to create something worth sharing.” Boiman’s 2-year-old Israel-based firm (with offices in San Francisco and New York City) wants to help rectify this with a smartphone app that automatically edits mind-numbing iPhone or Android footage into a snappy clip.Users upload up to 10 minutes of video from their phones to the app, choose a template and music to create the mood they want and let the software’s object-oriented algorithms do the rest. The result is a cut–up to one minute and 15 seconds–that will linger on a face for a romantic clip or highlight the action at a sporting event.In our testing, we found that Magisto can make the lives of business owners easier by allowing them to shoot, process and share high-quality videos right from their phones, ideal for capturing house or property tours, dynamic performances, fashion shows and product demonstrations. Magisto responds to movement, facial recognition and speech, but don’t count on it to distill a static PowerPoint presentation or a panel discussion down to its most salient moments.But overall, considering that Magisto is free, with a premium service available for just $5 per month or $18 per year, it can become another tool in your video-marketing arsenal–no director’s chair necessary. 2 min read Enroll Now for Free November 9, 2013 This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. This story appears in the October 2013 issue of . Subscribe » Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now