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first_imgTomorrow’s race meet at Caymanas Park offers a Super-6 carryover of $956,0000 into the first race on the 10-race programme.The first Super-6 will embrace race one to six, the late Super-6 from race five to 10, and the Pick-9 from race two to 10.We look at the first Super-6 which gets underway with a 1,100 metres race for $550,000 – $500,000 claimers in which six horses will run. The field includes JESSIE JAMES, a runaway winner over 1,500 metres on a $350,000 claiming tag on Wednesday. Although very fit, JESSIE JAMES will find the distance too sharp and victory will more than likely go to the speedy DRIPPING IN GOLD (Omar Walker up), who has beaten better in the not too distant past. SANTANA, who went down fighting to FORTUNEONEHUNDRED and ZACKONTHEATTACK over the straight last Saturday, looks the main danger.DASH BOARD, who scored easily over the straight on September 3 after a lengthy absence, looks all set to repeat in the second race over a mile in which the consistent SWEET DIMENSION, who finished fourth to ARIZONA GOLD over 1,500 metres on Wednesday, looks the principal danger to DASH BOARD, who will again have the services of inform apprentice Javaniel Patterson.EASY WINThe third race over 1,400 metres should see the recent winner UNBREAKABLE, now taking orders from champion trainer Wayne DaCosta, notching his third win from his last four starts.He won easily under topweight of 57.0kg when trained by Neive Graham recently and with Walker again in the saddle, should stave off the very fit ZACKONTHEATTACK and STAR NEW VISTA, who beat UNBREAKABLE over 1,820 metres some weeks ago.SEEKING THE DAWN, the mount of top apprentice Bebeto Harvey, gets the nod over the well drawn CORALANDO in the fourth race for maiden three-year-olds over the straight five course.Then, take the recent winner SUPERLUMINAL with Paul Francis again riding for in-for trainer Ian Parsard in the fifth for the Kenneth Mattis O.D. Trophy over 2000 metres, and DILIGENT (knocking at the door) well drawn on the stands’ side to finally open his account in the sixth race over the straight with Ameth Robles aboard.FIRST SUPER-6 FANCIES(1) DRIPPING IN GOLD/SANTANA(2) DASH BOARD/SWEET DIMENSION(3) UNBREAKABLE/STAR NEW VISTA(4) SEEKING THE DAWN/CORALANDO(5) SUPERLUMINAL/TIMEFORARMS(6) DILIGENTlast_img read more

Major exhibition on Donegal and WW1 to open in South West Donegal

first_imgThe Donegal County Museum are bringing the large scale “Remembering World War 1 – the Donegal Story” exhibition to the Dolmen Centre at Kilclooney in Portnoo.The exhibition will be running from Thursday, 10th of  May to Friday 18th May and are promoting it as part of the Bealtaine festival.Displays are open from 9am to 4pm and 7pm to 10pm daily (closed weekends). It is expected that there will be a great expression of interest as we are currently in the 100th year from the historical event. The exhibition tells the story of World War One through the experiences of Donegal men who served in the British and Dominion armies during the war, along with the experiences of men and women in Donegal itself.Caroline Carr from the museum is to give a talk ‘County Donegal and World War 1’ on Thursday 10th May at 8pm.On the final night, Friday 18th of May  at 8pm there will be a concert/presentation at 8pm.During the concert local school children will sing World War 1 Songs under the guidance of Sara Laughlin and the local primary school will recite poetry from this era. Gerry Moore (History Teacher) in Glenties Comprehensive School will give a talk on local participants in the war as he has brought groups of students to France as part of the ‘Adopt a Soldier’ project. Letters from a local man who served in the  Gordon Highlanders will be read as part of a drama performance.Locals members of our community who have memorabilia from relatives or neighbours who participated in the war are welcome to bring their items along in the two hours prior to the concert for viewing.Remembering World War 1 – the Donegal Story ExhibitionIt is fitting that this event coincides with the 100th anniversary of the passing of local man Connell Boyle who died while participating in the war. We feel the event will be well attended by members of the wider community and schools and education groups.Organisers said: “We would like to thank the Dolmen Centre at this stage for their cooperation with this event. We would also like to acknowledge the Donegal Association in Dublin and The Credit Union for providing financial assistance in the running of this initiative.“Should you require any further information or if you have items of memorabilia which would contribute to our final night exhibition please contact 087 9707887. We look forward to seeing you there.” Advertisement Major exhibition on Donegal and WW1 to open in South West Donegal was last modified: May 4th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:exhibitionhistorymuseumRemembering World War 1 – the Donegal StoryWorld War Onelast_img read more