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Weld ace up for the Cup

Weld ace up for the Cup

first_img “He’s drawn seven and has a nice weight, 8st 10lb, so we’ll see. “I’ve been looking at this for a while. He got balloted out of the Fred Winter and he won nicely at Leopardstown so could represent us well.” Marco Botti admits Ryan Moore is going to have to weave his magic from stall 16 if Suegioo is to repeat his victory of 12 months ago. One of five runners for owner Dr Marwan Koukash, the six-year-old is 9lb higher than last year, when he came late to beat Angel Gabrial, another Koukash runner who also tries his luck again. The two subsequently fought out the finish of the Northumberland Plate and came up against each other on their first outing of the season at Ripon recently, but both were put in their place by Fattsota over a mile and a half. “I think it’s going to be tough to win from that draw but he’s going there in the same form as last year,” said Botti. “He ran well at Ripon on his comeback over a mile and a half which is too short for him, but he’s higher in the weights and with the draw it will be tough. “We’ll have to hope for some magic from Ryan, but if anybody can do it he can. Weld wanted to run the four-year-old at Cheltenham, but he failed to make the cut so he ran on the Flat at Leopardstown and won easily. “Ansar was beaten a short head in it a few years ago (2000) before he won a couple of Galway Hurdles and he’s a interesting runner,” said Weld. Dermot Weld likes to have a runner in the Betway Chester Cup and saddles the dual-purpose performer Zafayan in Wednesday marathon test. “I’m very happy with him, and we’ll just have to live with the draw.” Richard Fahey runs four, all owned by Koukash. Angel Gabrial has top weight, Duke Of Clarence has been drawn widest of all, Gabrial’s Star has been running well on the all-weather while Gabrial’s King chased home Trip To Paris at Ripon recently. “Angel Gabrial has a good draw but has a lot on his plate with that weight,” said Fahey. “Duke Of Clarence has some very good form to his name against Arab Spring but unfortunately he has the coffin box draw (19). “Marwan was mad to get Gabrial’s Star into the race, he’s managed it, so we’ll see how he gets on. “I was delighted with Gabrial’s King at Ripon, that run should have put him spot on so we’ll see how they all do.” Andrew Balding’s Mymatechris was a winner on All-Weather Finals Day but the Kingsclere handler sees no reason why he should not be as effective back on turf. However, Balding would be concerned if the ground turned very soft. “He’s been very progressive on the all-weather, he started off rated 69 and is now 103,” said Balding. “I don’t see why he should not be equally as effective on grass. However, my concern would be if it went very soft as he has a win on firm ground at Bath to his name. “He’s had a good winter and he possesses a good turn of foot so Chester should suit.” Press Associationlast_img read more

Body found in Fort Myers lake

Body found in Fort Myers lake

first_imgPolice are investigating after a body was found in a small lake off of Veronica Shoemaker Boulevard in Fort Myers.@NBC2 is along Veronica Shoemaker were more than 20 law enforcement cars are here. Investigators are searching through a wooded area pic.twitter.com/KlgurfP7Rt— Shannon Clowe (@ShannonClowe) April 24, 2019 A massive police presence was at the scene around 10 a.m. on Wednesday as well as officials from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.The body has not been identified at this time nor has the cause of death.This story is developing.last_img read more

Nwosu looks to improve draft stock in Senior Bowl

Nwosu looks to improve draft stock in Senior Bowl

first_imgThis week, former USC outside linebacker Uchenna Nwosu began preparation for the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., in an annual showcase of college football talent. He currently projects to be a late-first to second-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. In his senior season, Uchenna Nwosu recorded a career-high 9.5 sacks. He is projected to be a first-or second-round pick. Daily Trojan file photo.The 6-foot-2, 240-pound edge rusher finished with 75 tackles, 9.5 sacks and 13 pass deflections in 2017. For his efforts, he earned first-team All Pac-12 honors. On his career, the Carson, Calif. native recorded 169 tackles with 20.5 tackles for loss. He capped off his career with a twosack, four-tackle performance against Ohio State the Cotton Bowl. Nwosu has the opportunity to improve upon his draft stock with an eye-opening performance in the Senior Bowl. He will play against the likes of 2017 Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Baker Mayfield, and former Washington State quarterback Luke Falk (whom he intercepted this year). USA Today’s “Draft Wire,” calls Nwosu an, “undersized but explosive and productive edge player,” who has made, “huge strides over the past two seasons, turning himself into one of the most intriguing defensive prospects in this draft.” NFLDraftScout.com ranks Nwosu as the fourth-best outside linebacker in the 2018 draft class. Nwosu is the lone player to represent USC in the Senior Bowl this year. Previous Trojans who were featured in the game include Clay Matthews, Carson Palmer and Lynn Swann. He will be a participant on the “South Team,” which is set to be coached by the Houston Texans staff. The “North Team,” will be coached by the Denver Broncos’ staff.This year’s Senior Bowl takes place Saturday at 11:30 a.m. The game will be broadcast on NFL Network with ongoing practice coverage throughout the week on ESPNU.last_img read more