Redondela House / Irisarri + Piñera

first_imgRedondela House / Irisarri + PiñeraSave this projectSaveRedondela House / Irisarri + Piñera Projects Houses Spain ArchDaily Architects: Irisarri + Piñera Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!+ 16 Share Text description provided by the architects. Our first to the site-deep and narrow, on a steep slope, suspended above the estuary and the distant ocean horizon, with Vigo city below-led to a desire to maintain the commanding views of the landscape at the entrance level and make the house itself the means to descend from this situation to the allotment´s base level, with all the nuances brought into view by these different heights. The owners, like so many others in the course of history, have chosen a place to settle. Now, the architects mediate in their relationship with the place. Save this picture!Recommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareApariciPorcelain Tiles – BrickworkPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesULMA Architectural SolutionsFretwork Facade PanelFiber Cements / CementsRieder GroupFacade Panels – concrete skinThis is a building which qualifies the way you see and feel the surroundings and the distant landscape from each space. Unlike previous cases where we have allowed other superimposed architectures to arise from the users´ action, designing scenarios with a great capacity for transformation, here there is only one architecture, and it is the scenario that opens up the inhabitants´ lives to the world. Save this picture!A sheet of concrete folds back like a shell from its base in the form of a retainer wall, shaping a volume which, when emptied, provides a range from recessed areas, through intermediate sequences that can be penetrated by the natural environment, to a final space which juts out with the dominating view out to the distant horizon, giving the owners back the slow gaze across the estuary that made them choose this place to live. The shell form contains the brief and at the same time resolves the structure, the planes that channel the water and the different scales that shape the spatial diversity inside. Save this picture!The land-based part of the programme holds the considerable storage requirements of the produce from the earth, a spatial continuum that forms the courtyard stamped into the volume, for direct contacts with the nature of the place, while also rising and distancing itself from the earth in the manner of a lookout to provide an independent, personal place.Project gallerySee allShow lessFacebook Fan Page: Top 10 websites of architecture officesArticlesShenzhen International Energy Mansion / BIGArticles Share Redondela House / Irisarri + Piñera CopyAbout this officeIrisarri + PiñeraOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPontevedraHousesSpainPublished on September 09, 2009Cite: “Redondela House / Irisarri + Piñera” 09 Sep 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodSiding Façade SystemWindowsMitrexSolar WindowMetal PanelsAurubisCopper Surface: Nordic DécorDining tablesB&B ItaliaDining Table – BullSkylightsVELUX CommercialModular Skylights – Atrium Longlight / RidgelightLouvers / ShuttersBruagShading Screens – Perforated Facade PanelsConcreteKrytonSmart ConcreteCompositesPure + FreeFormTechnical Guide – Creating a Seamless Interior and Exterior Material TransitionEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAWindowsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Casement Windows – Rabel 8400 Slim Super Thermal PlusDoorsGorter HatchesFloor Door – Fire RatedWire MeshCarl Stahl DecorCableGreen Wall System – FAÇADESCAPE™More products »Read commentsSave世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/34269/redondela-house-irisarri-pinera Clipboard “COPY” 2006 CopyHouses•Pontevedra, Spain “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/34269/redondela-house-irisarri-pinera Clipboard Year: last_img read more

Program to Focus on Strategic Marketing for Agribusinesses

first_img Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Program to Focus on Strategic Marketing for Agribusinesses Program to Focus on Strategic Marketing for Agribusinesses By Andy Eubank – Jun 26, 2015 SHARE Facebook Twitter Purdue University’s Center for Food and Agricultural Business will host the 2015 Executive Agri-Marketing program Aug. 31-Sept. 2 in West Lafayette.The program targets agribusiness managers responsible for making marketing decisions in companies that serve farmers or dealers in roles that include branding, product management and strategic direction.Scott Downey, (pictured) assistant director of the center and associate professor of agricultural economics, and Justin Funk, managing partner of Agri Studies Inc. based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, will lead the program.This year’s program focuses on best practices in marketing, the discipline of segmentation, aligning the organization around the customer experience, marketing decision tools and putting ideas to work. Participants will have the opportunity to consider the gap between organizational intention and customer perception and will use marketing decision tools to address financial and managerial metrics, planning and analysis.“The purpose of Executive Agri-Marketing is to go beyond traditional marketing advice,” Downey said. “We’ll offer participants the strategies and tools they need for marketing in today’s volatile agricultural climate.”Find more information and apply for the program at https://www.agribusiness.purdue.edu/seminars-and-events. Register by June 30 for the early registration rate of $2,245 per person. The regular rate is $2,395 per person. Team rates also are available by calling 765-494-4247.Source: Purdue News Previous articleStoring Wet Hay Could Cause Barn FireNext articleHoosier Farmers Rally in Support of RFS Andy Eubanklast_img read more

Live Nation Offering “Festival Passport” That Gives Access To Dozens Of Huge Festivals This Year For $799

first_imgSweden – Gothenburg Italy – Florence Belgium – Dessel England – London England – Chelmsford & Staffordshire Leeds Festival Route 91 Harvest Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival England – Manchester Download Festival Paris Latitude Festival Lollapalooza Berlin Belgium – Werchter Center of Gravity Festival Music Midtown Chasing Summer Music Festival Sweden – Stockholm U.S. – Dana Point, CA Field Trip Music & Arts Festival Spain – Barcelona Jamboree in the Hills Sloss Music & Arts Festival England – London U.S. – NY Canada – Vancouver Copenhell Denmark – Copenhagen Dreamstate San Francisco Germany – Nürnberg Country LakeShake Chicago Open Air Sweden – Gothenburg We Are Electric Weekender Creamfields Steel Yard Spain – Madrid Crystal Coast Music Festival Sweden – Stockholm Voodoo Music + Arts Festival Parklife HARD Summer Music Festival Nocturnal Wonderland FVDED in the Park England – London Lollapalooza Chicago Germany – Nürburgring U.S. – George, WA Italy – Milan U.S. – Philadelphia, PA  Reading Festival Sasquatch! Music Festival Citadel Festival Wilderness Festival U.S. – Las Vegas, NV Electric Daisy Carnival The Falls Music & Arts Festival Electric Forest Festival TRNSMT Festival England – Oxfordshire Lowlands Festival Werchter Boutique U.S. – Birmingham, AL Summerburst Stockholm Community Festival The Peach Music Festival The Meadows Music & Arts Festival Denmark – Kværndrup Trackside Music Festival The Warehouse Project Austin City Limits Music Festival Creamfields V Festival England – Suffolk Electric Daisy Carnival Germany – Frankfurt U.S. – Orlando, FL U.S. – George, WA U.S. – San Bernardino, CA Graspop Metal Meeting England – London The Isle of Wight Festival Download Festival Canada – Ontario U.S. – Chicago, IL Escape Halloween Germany – Berlin Ireland – Stradbally France – Montpellier Canada – Surrey Down the Rabbit Hole U.S. – Austin, TX England – Leicestershire U.S. – New York, NY Dreams Music Festival Woo-Hah! Festival England – Leeds Holland – Eindhoven U.S. – Los Angeles, CA Camp Bisco England – Newport Canada – Toronto U.S. – Scranton, PA Lovebox Festival Paradiso Festival U.S. – Atlanta, GA U.S. – Chicago, IL Main Square Festival France – Arras Canada – Kelowna DCODE Festival CBC Music Festival Holland – Rotterdam U.S. – Las Vegas, NV Ohana Festival Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival England – Reading One Love Music Festival Contact Winter Music Festival Holland – Biddinghuizen Canada – Calgary France – Paris Roots Picnic Watershed Music Festival Canada – Calgary Australia – Lorne, Marion Bay, Byron Bay and Fremantle England – Daresbury Forecastle Festival Heartland Festival U.S. – Manchester, TN Glasgow Summer Sessions Rock im Pott U.S. – San Francisco, CA Rock Werchter Lollapalooza Paris England – Manchester England – London Norway – Oslo North Sea Jazz Festival Popaganda Music Festival U.S. – Brooklyn, MI U.S. – Houston, TX U.S. – San Bernardino, CA Summerburst Göteborg Music lovers are inevitably familiar with Live Nation, the giant entertainment company. Today, Live Nation is trying something different, and it’s unreal. Live Nation just announced “The Festival Passport,” which gives its holders GA access to dozens of Live Nation festivals slated to go down in 2017. The Festival Passport will give its holders access to almost all the Live Nation festivals across fifteen different countries, which represent all sorts of different music genres from EDM to country. Remarkably, The Festival Passport only costs $799 (!!!) and will give access to even sold-out festivals.Some of the festivals it offers access to include Austin City Limits Music Festival, Bonnaroo, Creamfields, EDC (Las Vegas and Orlando), Falls Festival, Governors Ball, Isle of Wight, Lollapalooza (Chicago, Paris, and Berlin), V Festival and many more. Other festivals on the Festival Passport list that caught our eye are Peach Music Festival, Camp Bisco, Sasquatch, Voodoo, and Forecastle, but realistically, so many others.Camp Bisco: A Predictor And Measure Of Success For Some Of Our Favorite PerformersLive Nation will be offering only 1,000 Festival Passports to the public, so we’re guessing it’s going to be one of the hardest tickets of the summer. The Festival Passports go on-sale on Monday, May 22nd, at 10 a.m. PT here. Admirably, to combat scalpers, passports are non-transferable and only issued via the original buyer’s name, so make sure you’re ready to take the plunge when you try to purchase (this also means only one purchase per person).If you’re one of the lucky thousand who gets one of these epic deals, all you need to do is show up at the will call of the festival of your choosing with your ID and the Festival Passport. There, you’ll receive your wristband, and you can go and enjoy the show. However, it’s important to note that camping and parking is not included with the Festival Passport unless the General Admission for the festival includes camping and parking (Live Nation notes that if you’re one of the lucky passport holders, you can hit up the company two weeks before an event for assistance to reserve a camping or parking spot).You can see the list of festivals below. Also, as a side note, am I dreaming?Live Nation Festival Passport Access List Download Festival Spain Scotland – Glasgow Independent Days Festival Barcelona Beach Festival U.S. – Chicago, IL Holland – Tilburg Canada – Toronto U.S. – Queens, NY Countdown NYE U.S. – Scranton, PA TW Classic Holland – Ewijk U.S. – Louisville, KY U.S. – Morristown, OH U.S. – Rothbury, MI U.S. – San Bernardino, CA U.S. – George, WA Electric Picnic Music and Arts Festival Way Out West Free Press Summer Festival Wireless Festival U.S. – Atlantic Beach, NC Germany – Gelsenkirchen Findings Festival Rock am Ring Scotland – Glasgow Belgium – Werchter Spain – Madrid France – Paris Governors Ball Music Festival Canada – Toronto Belgium – Werchter Faster Horses Country Music Festival U.S. – New Orleans, LA I Love Techno Europe Firenze Rocks Festival Rock im Park Wireless Festivallast_img read more

Appellate rules amended

first_img September 15, 2002 Regular News The Supreme Court has adopted a number of amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure as part of its regular rules cycle review, including one dealing with substitution of counsel in a case in which an indigent defendant is the appellee, and another allowing a litigant to request that a district court of appeal issue an opinion in a case where that court has issued a decision without opinion.The court acted August 29 in case no. SC02-270 on the recommendation of the Bar’s Appellate Court Rules Committee.The court, at the request of the committee, deleted rule 9.140, subdivision (b)(5) (Withdrawal of Defense Counsel after Judgment and Sentence) and adopted new subdivision (d) (Withdrawal of Defense Counsel after Judgment and Sentence or After Appeal by State).The new subdivision addresses both defense and state appeals, and was proposed in response to the Second District Court of Appeal’s decision in State v. White, 742 So. 2d 374 (Fla. 2d DCA 1999), which noted “neither the applicable statutes nor the rules of procedure are well written to address the issue of substitution of counsel in a case in which an indigent defendant is the appellee.”In addressing the need for the new rule, the Appellate Court Rules Committee told the court: “In cases in which the state takes an appeal, and the defendant was represented by counsel, there was no clear provision in this rule for continued appellate representation. As White points out, problems resulting from this deficiency in the rule are particularly common when the court has appointed private counsel for an indigent defendant for the trial proceedings. In many cases, defendants have not been afforded representation for the state appeal proceedings.”The Board of Governors, however, expressed concerns that the original proposed amendment might force an attorney to represent a defendant on appeal, contrary to his or her contract, retainer, or wishes.To address that problem, the committee proposed subdivision (E) and explained: “(E) makes clear that, in publicly-funded cases, public defenders and private counsel appointed to handle indigent cases at the trial level retain specified responsibilities to ensure representation of defendants for their appeal or the state’s appeal. It also specifies that retained trial defense counsel may withdraw from representation of a defendant seeking to appeal, or in the event of a state appeal, but requires that the attorney file a motion to withdraw in the appellate court with service on the defendant, stating what the defendant’s plans for representation are for the appeal, or may be, if any. This is a new requirement in the rule, but parallels the procedure set forth in the White case. The committee felt it would not impose too great a burden on retained defense counsel.”With that proviso, the court approved the amendments, which are intended to ensure that indigent defendants are afforded continued representation after the conclusion of trial court proceedings when the state files an appeal.The court also amended rule 9.180 (Appeal Proceedings to Review Workers’ Compensation Cases), subdivision (c)(3) (Relinquishment of Jurisdiction by Court to Consider Settlement) as proposed by the committee to conform to chapter 2001-91, §17, Laws of Florida, which eliminated the requirement that a judge of compensation claims approve the entirety of a settlement if the claimant is represented by counsel.The court also amended rule 9.330(a), which governs motions for rehearing to allow a litigant to request, as part of a motion for rehearing, that a DCA issue an opinion in a case where that court has issued a decision without opinion. A committee note also explains that the amendment is not a limitation of the right to seek rehearing on other grounds.The rule also requires that the request must include the following statement signed by the attorney for the party: “I express a belief, based upon a reasoned and studied professional judgment, that a written opinion will provide a legitimate basis for Supreme Court review because (state with specificity the reasons why the Supreme Court would likely grant review if an opinion were written.)”The court also added language to make it clear that only those requests filed by attorneys must include the signed statement set forth in the rule.The court also adopted the committee’s proposal to amend rule 9.330(d) to expressly provide that the court will not entertain motions for rehearing addressed to the dismissal of a petition for an extraordinary writ when that writ is used to seek review of a DCA decision without an opinion, in accord with Grate v. State, 750 So. 2d 625 (Fla. 1999).The court also made “substantial amendments” to the rule governing the filing of briefs by amici curiae, rule 9.370.“In this regard, we retain the language that appears in rule 9.370, which also appeared in the predecessor rule, that the brief may be filed only ‘by leave of court or by consent of all parties,’ provided that the brief otherwise is in compliance with the time requirements and page limitations of the rule,” the court said, noting it is aware that “despite the alternative language of the rule, courts do exercise their own inherent authority to decide if the brief should be permitted.”The court also asked the committee to consider whether this rule authorizes the filing of an amicus brief solely on the written consent of all parties, or whether the rule always requires leave of court to make a recommendation to the court.The court also amended rule 9.440 (Attorneys), subdivision (a) (Foreign Attorneys) to make it consistent with Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.061 and subdivision (b) (Withdrawal of Attorneys) to make it consistent with Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.060(i) (Withdrawal of Attorney).Rule 9.800 (Uniform Citation System), subdivision (i) (Florida Rules) also was amended to change the form for citation to the Rules Relating to Admissions to the Bar because the rules are no longer grouped by articles due to the 1997 rule change. The court, however, declined to adopt the committee’s proposal to amend subdivision (n) (Other Citations) to allow practitioners to use the ALWD Citation Manual, in addition to The Bluebook, as a default reference, saying uniformity in reporting is more important to the appellate courts, and ultimately to the public, than allowing practitioners the flexibility of using multiple citation manuals to reference sources.The amendments are effective January 1, 2003. Appellate rules amendedcenter_img Appellate rules amendedlast_img read more

‘Stop blaming us’: Surabaya mayor kneels down and cries over rising case number

first_imgThe doctor said that the hospital was overwhelmed with patients while also highlighting that there were still many residents of Surabaya who ignored the required health protocol to prevent further transmission of the highly infectious virus.The statement led to a temporary halt of the meeting as Risma started to kneel down and cry.“If you blame us [Surabaya administration], I won’t take it. We can’t even enter the hospital,” she said in tears as reported by tribunnews.com.Risma argued that her office faced hurdles in reaching out to the hospital even when it tried to offer aid, without explaining the details. She also said that her administration had undertaken various efforts to control the spread of the coronavirus. Surabaya Mayor Tri Rismaharini knelt down on the ground and broke into tears as she held a meeting with doctors and hospital directors in Surabaya amid the spike of COVID-19 cases in East Java’s capital city, which has become Indonesia’s epicenter of the outbreak.Risma, as the mayor is affectionately known, was holding a meeting with the Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) and local authorities to discuss COVID-19 management at the Surabaya City Hall on Monday.In the video, which went viral shortly after the meeting, the mayor, known as Risma, was seen kneeling down, crying and apologizing after a pulmonologist from Dr. Soetomo Hospital in Surabaya shared in the meeting that the hospital was overloaded with COVID-19 patients. “Please don’t keep blaming us,” she said while crying.Read also: ‘COVID-19 is real’: Virus ravages family in Indonesia’s second-largest cityEast Java is currently Indonesia’s COVID-19 epicenter with a tally of 11,805 confirmed cases as of Monday, surpassing the capital city of Jakarta that has recorded 11,114 cases.Based on the East Java COVID-19 task force report on Sunday, Surabaya recorded half of the case of the province with 5,510 cases and 418 fatalities.Despite the worsening situation of the pandemic in the region, the Surabaya mayor has been long caught in the ongoing feud with the East Java Governor Khofifah Indar Parawansa over how to handle the pandemic in the region. An official at the East Java COVID-19 task force suggested that the city reinstate the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in the wake of soaring new cases. However, Risma said PSBB reinstatement was not in her administration’s plan for the time being as she would shift the focus to more testing and shutting down markets of shopping centers if positive cases were found, claiming that the numbers showed ‘downward trend’. (trn)Topics :last_img read more

Reports: Video, Messages, Testimony Show Cover-up in NFL Arrest Case

first_imgA search warrant obtained by the New York Daily News shedding new light on the recent arrests of two NFL players from South Florida.New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar were taken into custody for an alleged armed robbery that occurred on May 13 in Miramar.The warrant cites evidence that was collected through previous warrants, including video footage and direct messages that allegedly show witness Dominic Johnson oversaw the payoff of Baker’s and Dunbar’s four alleged victims on May 15 at the office of Dunbar’s attorney, Michael Grieco.Johnson is the witness who is referred to as “Coach” in the original arrest warrant. He who told police that he has known Baker and Dunbar since they were children.He refers to himself as the CEO of Lockdown Promotions, a nightlife promotions company based in Miami.Baker’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, recently claimed to have testimony that two witnesses never saw his client pull a gun or rob anyone.However, Johnson’s Instagram messages also “corroborate a robbery had occurred and those who were charged were the participants,” the warrant states.All four of the victims in the case have given sworn statements that they were paid at the office that day, in order to recant their sworn initial statements against Dunbar by signing affidavits.The four men say they were paid a total of $55,000.Detective Mark Moretti of the Miramar Police Department, who submitted the warrant reviewed by Judge Marina Garcia Wood, also pointed to direct messages between Baker and Johnson on Instagram that implicate Baker in the situation.“There appears to be several phone calls between Baker and Johnson,” the warrant continues.The warrant goes on to say that CCTV video evidence shows Grieco, Johnson, an unknown individual, and the four alleged victims at the attorney’s office on May 15, apparently making the payoff.Johnson leaves the office, then returns from the lobby with another person.During that elevator ride, the person with Johnson removes a “black bag” from his shoulders, “opens it and removes money.” He also “shows the open bag to Johnson and you can see a large quantity of money. Johnson then takes the bag,” the warrant reads.At that point, everyone meets in front of Grieco’s office before going inside. Moretti says he received notification from Grieco later that day, indicating there had been a change in the testimony of the victims and witness.One victim says he received $30,000 in Grieco’s office. A second person says he received $20,000 in the lawyer’s office.Meanwhile, a third victim alleges he only received $5,000 and gave half of the money to a fourth victim.One of the four victims says “he was being directed that he didn’t see what he thought he saw” on the night of the alleged armed robbery, the warrant states.Additionally, the victim who received $5,000 said Grieco walked back into the office “just after the transaction had occurred” and said “there is no way he (Grieco) could not have seen this transaction.”“On 5/15/20, I was contacted by Michael Grieco, attorney for Dunbar, stating the victims and witness have recanted their sworn/recorded statements against Dunbar,” the warrant reads.It goes on to say, “However, I also want the court to be aware that all five individuals have been threatened and have expressed extreme concern to me regarding their safety. One of the individual(s) was forced to move out of his apartment. The other was receiving texted messages containing pictures of his passport, the same passport that was stolen during the robbery.”Johnson also sent his friends Instagram messages about his involvement in the case.“After the papers were signed, Johnson made a phone call to Dunbar, while in Grieco’s office,” the warrant says. “Johnson was also communicating with Baker via direct messages, but it could not be determined if they actually met up.”“Johnson’s actions contaminated the integrity of the investigation as he made the victims recant their statements, only after given them cash,” the warrant adds.The 22-year-old Baker and 27-year-old Dunbar turned themselves in to the Broward County main jail on May 16.They were later released on $200,000 and $100,000 bond, respectively.Baker ultimately pleaded not guilty to four counts of armed robbery with a firearm and four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm. Dunbar pleaded not guilty to four counts of armed robbery with a firearm.The State Attorney’s office is deciding whether to file formal charges.The NFL is also still investigating the incident.last_img read more

8/14 – Red Bank Water Pressure Could Be Impacted Temporarily by…

first_imgBy John BurtonRED BANK — Borough workers will be conducting fire hydrant flow testing Thursday evening into early Friday morning on a portion of Broad Street.The testing will be done on Broad Street between Monmouth and West Front streets between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m.The testing may  affect water pressure in the area, but it is necessary to determine available water supply for building fire-protection systems, according to borough’s fire protection sub-code official .last_img

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – SUNDAY, NOV. 6, 2016

first_imgNorberto Arroyo, Jr.9818141418%47%$763,758 Tyler Baze9718101319%42%$745,155 ESPINOZA PONDERS WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEENVictor Espinoza was back on the beat at Santa Anita Sunday morning after having the chance to sleep on California Chrome’s harrowing half-length defeat by Arrogate in the Classic. Immediately after the race, while still astride California Chrome, he told an on-track interviewer that perhaps he should have moved sooner on America’s Horse.Sunday morning, he had second thoughts.“When you lose, you think too much, going over in your mind what you might have done differently,” he said. “I could have done that, I could have done this, but at the end of the day, if I moved early, I still might have lost. Then I’m thinking, no, maybe I should have waited longer.“It’s one of those things; Chrome ran a big race. You can’t think too much about the fact that he got beat.“The crowd was awesome, all the Chromies were here to see him and support him. The most important thing is he came out of the race safe and sound and we’ll go for the next one.”Noted 84-year-old Hall of Fame trainer Ron McAnally on Espinoza’s post-race interview: “It was the only time I ever saw Victor not smiling.”All in all, however, Espinoza took it in stride, and perhaps channeled his “inner Yogi Berra,” saying, “When you lose, you can’t win.” Joseph Talamo60910315%37%$394,075 Jerry Hollendorfer535769%34%$681,500 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Gary Stevens3756914%54%$1,587,990 Rafael Bejarano11221261319%54%$1,449,008 Mark Glatt35761020%66%$325,261 Eddie Truman1441329%57%$107,675 Peter Eurton2342317%39%$251,049 William Spawr1553133%60%$134,358 MEMORABLE BREEDERS’ CUP AT SANTA ANITAAnd so it came to pass that in the 77th year of racing at the storied venue known as Santa Anita Park, on the occasion of the 33rd Breeders’ Cup World Championships occurring for an unprecedented ninth time at The Great Race Place, there was a Race for the Ages, not once, but twice.Friday, Nov. 4, 4:42 p.m.: Beholder and Songbird, together champions four times over, waged a stretch-long battle that at the end of nine furlongs was separated by a scant nose, the photo finish picture making it appear even slimmer than it did live, with the six-year-old and three-time Eclipse Award winner Beholder under 53-year-old Gary Stevens handing the two-year-old female champion of 2015 Songbird her first defeat after 11 straight dominating victories under 51-year-old Mike Smith.Saturday, Nov. 5, 5:45 p.m.: the reigning alpha male, California Chrome, and Arrogate, the “Now Horse,” in a deep-stretch dogfight won by Arrogate, who was a half-length in front after a mile and a quarter in the $6 million Classic. (Arrogate earned a Beyer Speed figure of 120, while Chrome got a career-high 119).Arrogate and Songbird have their futures ahead of them. They will race again next year. For Beholder and Chrome, their future is their past. The breeding farm awaits both.This was racing. This was the Breeders’ Cup. This was Santa Anita. This was the Sport of Kings. This was Doc Strub, Shoemaker, Longden, Arcaro and George Woolf. It was Whittingham, McAnally, Lukas, Frankel and Farrell Jones.It was Seabiscuit, Round Table, Affirmed and Spectacular Bid. It was John Henry, Best Pal, Winning Colors and Swaps.It was the joy of victory for Arrogate’s trainer Bob Baffert after the Classic, and the agony of defeat for Chrome’s trainer Art Sherman.Baffert, winning his third straight Breeders’ Cup Classic, was magnanimous in victory, crediting Chrome and his multitude of fanatics for attracting a crowd of 72,811 to Santa Anita on Saturday, the highest single-day attendance for a Breeders’ Cup since the event switched to a two-day format.He was right, of course. Chrome was the magnet, the headliner, the marquee performer, the horse that packed the house.But it was the Distaff and the Classic that lived up to pre-race billing and beyond. For Beholder in victory and California Chrome in defeat, their stature will only grow.As Tolkien wrote in Lord of the Rings, “History became legend. Legend became myth.” JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Martin Pedroza78105313%23%$327,384 Kent Desormeaux761981425%54%$833,135 Peter Miller691611623%48%$571,300 Tiago Pereira7189111%25%$348,505 (Current Through Friday, Nov. 4) Carla Gaines1741224%41%$235,770center_img Mike Smith2756419%56%$1,346,205 Robert Hess, Jr.2042420%50%$141,755 BREEDERS’ CUP NO. 33 IS ONE FOR THE AGESESPINOZA PONDERS WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEENCONGRATULATIONS TO PAPA JOE TALAMO TrainerMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Fernando Perez561131020%43%$315,800 Mario Gutierrez5156910%39%$488,055 Jeff Mullins1540327%47%$126,290 Flavien Prat10016171516%48%$1,359,148 Gary Sherlock1752129%47%$142,590 Mike Puype2741115%22%$135,960 BREEDERS’ CUPLETS:Richard Mandella said Beholder came out of Friday’s memorable Distaff triumph fine, “she’ll have a few days to settle down, then we’ll send her to the farm (of owner B. Wayne Hughes) in Kentucky.”Asked if he had a time agenda, Mandella, hoping to savor every last minute with his thrice champion mare, said, “I’ll take all the time I can. I’ll be like the guy in prison waiting for the Governor to call with a reprieve.”Jerry Hollendorfer reported that Songbird, who suffered her first defeat by an excruciating nose to Beholder in the Distaff, “will get a little break now. She’ll go to Kentucky at WinStar for 30 to 45 days, then come back and get ready for next year.”David Hofmans, back on the beat Sunday morning with assistant and nephew Brent Fabbri and son Grant Hofmans, visiting from Kentucky, said Melatonin came out of his fifth-place finish in the Classic “good, but very tired,” after his first race in more than four months. “He had a good mile in him and that was about it.“He ran hard, tried, but couldn’t catch those monsters (Arrogate and California Chrome, who were 10 ¾ lengths in front of third-place Keen Ice in the mile and a quarter Classic). Now I have two horses to duck. Melatonin will have a little teeny breather but we’ll stay here and run at Santa Anita for the Winter Meet.”Addressing the blockbuster Breeders’ Cup spectacular which attracted 118,574 fans on track over the two days, Hofmans said, “I thought it was terrific, great days, great venue, Santa Anita did a really good job. I thought the fans were terrific. The whole thing was great.”Martin Garcia and his agent, Tony Matos, endured a frustratingly disappointing meet with only one win from 46 rides through 22 days, thanks in large part to a separation mandate meted out for several months by Bob Baffert.The drought ended with a bang Saturday when Garcia guided Baffert trainee Drefong to a 1 ¼-length victory over favored Masochistic in the $1.5 million TwinSpires Breeders’ Cup Sprint. Garcia’s other win this meet also was for Baffert, aboard Air Pocket, who was dropping from a maiden allowance race into a $25,000 claimer on Oct.20, returning $4.20 as the favorite.“We’re very grateful to Bob for letting us back in his barn,” an appreciative Matos said. “Hopefully, it will last forever.”Gary Stevens was not a happy camper after being fined $500 by California Horse Racing Board stewards for not honoring his 10th race commitment Friday on Mr. Roary. The Hall of Fame rider was fulfilling a prior obligation, that of holding a Breeders’ Cup media conference following his Distaff victory on Beholder in the previous race.In the nine Breeders’ Cup races run yesterday, only one American-born jockey won, Mike Smith aboard Finest City in the Filly & Mare Sprint and on Arrogate in the Classic.Smith extended his lead for all-time Breeders’ Cup victories to 25 with three wins over the weekend. His mounts earned $5,345,345 elevating his record total to $34,280,605, more than $11 million over his closest pursuer, John Velazquez.Smith also won his third Bill Shoemaker Award presented to the most outstanding jockey in the Breeders’ Cup Championships. He previously won in 2012 and 2013, also at Santa Anita.There were six winning Pick 6 tickets Saturday, each worth $292,423.20, thanks to a two-day carryover of $511,261 and an influx of $4,053,425 in fresh money on Saturday. Philip D’Amato5392517%30%$499,355 Jamie Theriot615258%20%$223,869 Victor Espinoza4168415%44%$887,895 FINISH LINES: Joe Talamo took off his scheduled mounts today to spend time at Huntington Memorial Hospital with his wife, Elizabeth, who gave birth to a son, Vincent James, at 10:20 Sunday morning. The bouncing baby boy weighed in at seven pounds, seven ounces and was 20 inches long . . . Today’s fourth race is named the Happy Trails Junior Hungerford in honor of Hungerford retiring after 42 years on the starting gate crew . . . Rafael Bejarano has been suspended three racing days (Nov. 13, 17 and 18) for causing interference on Kona Dream in the first race on Oct. 30 . . . Former trainer Paco Gonzalez was a visitor during Breeders’ Cup weekend.PHOTO COURTESY OF BREEDERS’ CUP / ECLIPSE SPORTSWIRE  Doug O’Neill9015121717%49%$830,581 Richard Baltas671212718%46%$673,165 Bob Baffert38128432%63%$1,038,880last_img read more