But if that Sixers uni was worn now, it would still be in the top half of the league. guest23 Location:Hill Valley, CA 210 Location:DETROIT 0 Favourite Logos:San Diego Clippers (1978-83), Chicago Blackhawks, Kansas City Royals, San Francisco Giants (since 2001) 1,252 33 210 jaha32 Share on other sites 918 Share on other sites Location:Phoenix, AZ Members 213 0 These look like something kids wear in a basketball camp: t-shirts with a logo on the front and number on the back. Posted January 29, 2014 481 posts eliasrappaport SportsLogos.Net Banned 1 Members Sign in to follow this 1,574 posts tigerslionspistonshabs Members All Activity Share this post The NBA is easily the sports world’s worst-dressed league. Outside of maybe 10-15 like you said (most of which are traditional designs that haven’t changed much since the respective team’s inception, eg. Boston, LA Lakers, Chicago, San Antonio, Miami).There are just so many so-called ‘cookie cutter’ designs it seems. Teams with so much potential, like the Clippers, Mavericks, Suns and Timberwolves just to name a few go with these terribly bland templates. Share on other sites 213 1,585 PhantomDreamer 1,585 210 1,585 Share this post Sports Logo News NBA logos follow a different criteria than NFL, NHL, or MLB logos. Mainly, the primary requires city and team names to appear in words. That alone makes an NBA logo totally different than simply making a stand-alone animal head logo which half the NFL uses, or simple design composition that the NHL uses. I love the simplicity of NFL logos and they need to be clean and bold so they can easily be seen on the helmet, but that style just wouldn’t work in the NBA in my opinion.Why don’t you think that style would work in the NBA? I think the worst parts about NBA logos are the inclusion of city/team names and basketballs. Most teams have MUCH stronger secondary/alternate logos. 0 Share this post Share this post Page 1 of 2 Link to post Next Buster 5,926 posts Posted January 29, 2014 Link to post Members 2 Members ScubaSteve I think part of it has to do with NBA teams not wanting to take risks. Most teams stick with blue as their primary jersey color because they apparently sell the best. If not blue then they are red or black heavy color schemes. Then they try to go with something unique for their alternate jersies but those never stay around very long. Link to post tigerslionspistonshabs 245 280 posts 1,508 Link to post Posted January 29, 2014 1,508 Share this post Link to post Posted January 29, 2014 155 Favourite Logos:Mariners Star Trident. Utah Jazz music note. Milwaukee Brewers ‘MB’ mitt. White Sox batterman. Link to post Favourite Logos:Phoenix Suns 1968-92, Providence Steamrollers 1946-49, Oakland A’s 1968-82, Pittsburgh Penguins 1971-92, Phoenix Roadrunners 1974-77, Phoenix Firebirds 1986-97, Montgomery Biscuits, Lansing Lugnuts, Joliet Slammers, Tucson Sidewinders Banned Share this post 0 jaha32 Members Prev 0 Members Posted January 29, 2014 Share this post 918 How is it that most NBA teams (and other leagues too) STILL have bad looks? NBA logos follow a different criteria than NFL, NHL, or MLB logos. Mainly, the primary requires city and team names to appear in words. That alone makes an NBA logo totally different than simply making a stand-alone animal head logo which half the NFL uses, or simple design composition that the NHL uses. I love the simplicity of NFL logos and they need to be clean and bold so they can easily be seen on the helmet, but that style just wouldn’t work in the NBA in my opinion.Why don’t you think that style would work in the NBA? I think the worst parts about NBA logos are the inclusion of city/team names and basketballs. Most teams have MUCH stronger secondary/alternate logos.The way I see it, each of the 4 major leagues use their logos somewhat differently, so naturally they all have some differences in how the logos look. I like the variety between leagues. NBA logos rely heavily on wordmarks, more so than any of the other leagues, and I think that is good for the NBA. In the NFL, the logos need to look good on a small helmet decal and having letters would just clutter up the logo. Only three teams have their name appear in the logo that come to mind (Raiders, Jets, and Steelers). Plus, since NFL logos appear on helmets, they are constantly seen during the course of any game/highlights and are recognized by all as the helmet logo, even without seeing the name. NHL jerseys usually have the logo appear on the front of the jerseys, so during the course of the game, all fans see that logo constantly and it is quickly known even without any wordmark. Even in the MLB, the cap logos, which aren’t primary logos, but are seen constantly on the cap, so even without seeing the full spelled-out name, everyone knows it is their logo. NBA primary logos don’t really appear anywhere on jerseys usually (minus the recent chrome jersey logos), so they are not seen constantly (unless placed on center-court or on TV graphics). Of course all real fans still know these brands well, and I agree that the NBA has some great secondary logos that do not have any words on them, but I am not sure that the NBA alternate logos are strong enough to be primary logos. Two good alternate logos that come to mind are the Hawks head logo (which actually looks like an NFL logo to me) and T-Wolves head logo, both without any lettering. But, would the average casual basketball fan or non-logo nerd who sees that Hawks instantly link it to the Atlanta Hawks? I’m not so sure they would. Or would a casual fan who see that T-Wolves stand-alone head logo know that it is the T-Wolves logo and not some other wolf team? Maybe, maybe not. Maybe I’m underestimating these logos. Anyway, those alternate logos come to good use when places on jerseys above the NOB or on shorts, since the primaries tend to be too detailed in the NBA to be shrunk that much, but the primaries still need to represent the team as best it can, and having the name appear on NBA primary logos works in my opinion. The hardest part of creating an NBA logo, I would think, would be trying to incorporate wordmarks with the other images in a logo, and not ending up with a cluttered mess. The last two NBA teams to get new logos (Pelicans and Hornets) have done a nice job in that regard. They also have solid alternate logos taking elements of the primary, while keeping the primary bold. The Nets may have gone overboard with blandness but as always, things look better with time and familiarity.I know you aren’t just talking logos in this thread, but also jerseys. I just hope that the NBA doesn’t continue on its current jersey trend. Going with sleeves and logos on jerseys in the same year is too much. If they really wanted to go that route, they should have eased their way little by little, rather than putting it all on us at once, and ending up with something that looks nothing like a basketball jersey. Prev Share on other sites Share this post Link to post Mike Foster Thunder is the worst of all NBA. Logos and uniforms just look like a new added team to D-League and they still haven’t rebrand. 0 Share on other sites 1,585 Atesh Brave-Bird 08 Sports Logos Location:DETROIT 225 Posted January 29, 2014 guest23 48 Posted January 29, 2014 Posted January 29, 2014 Posted January 29, 2014 0 alxy8s I disagree with the idea that most NBA teams have bad looks, logo-wise, although I do agree that many of the jerseys could be improved, or at least match its respective logo better. I do not like the recent NBA trends of putting sleeves or chrome logos on the jerseys. These are just gimmicky ploys that I expect will die-out soon (or at least hoping), but logo-wise, I think most NBA logos are fine and there is a nice variety in the league. Of course some like the Lakers, could use modern updating, but I actually like the Clippers slight update recently. They felt no need to try to hard and make a over-the-top flashy logo. NBA logos follow a different criteria than NFL, NHL, or MLB logos. Mainly, the primary requires city and team names to appear in words. That alone makes an NBA logo totally different than simply making a stand-alone animal head logo which half the NFL uses, or simple design composition that the NHL uses. I love the simplicity of NFL logos and they need to be clean and bold so they can easily be seen on the helmet, but that style just wouldn’t work in the NBA in my opinion.Most pro basketball leagues in the world look horrible, and have no continuity between any jerseys/logos, and I know comparing the NBA to those leagues will of course make the NBA look better just by comparison, but if you don’t like the NBA’s look in general, it could be much much worse. 1,252 118 posts 33 Share on other sites 0 Location:Wisconsin / South Korea tigerslionspistonshabs Posted January 30, 2014 1 Share on other sites Posted January 29, 2014 Share on other sites Location:Los Angeles Posted January 29, 2014 Share this post 5,926 posts Hat Boy Posted January 29, 2014 MadmanLA Location:Boston, MA Link to post 2,958 posts How is it that most NBA teams (and other leagues too) STILL have bad looks? Bobster Tynamo alxy8s By eliasrappaport, January 29, 2014 in Sports Logo News 327 Hat Boy 48 210 994 posts eliasrappaport Forums Home But if that Sixers uni was worn now, it would still be in the top half of the league. That’s cause jerseys keep getting worse and worse. Downgrades all over.2/3 of the league’s franchises have very little, if any tradition and barely any visual identity. The league is also not very strong in terms of controlling identities within the league like nfl properties does. When you combine these two factors you’ve created so much visual churn by these mediocre franchises trying to chase the sports trend of the moment. Lastly you’ve had rbk/adi have way too much influence in redesigns and they are flat out poor designers. The only good progressive basketball designs that are coming out are Nike’s ncaa line which isn’t saying much for the state of basketball design. So many uniforms look exactly the same to me, with different colors. Atleast the Suns have an identity, mean while if you make the Celtics and Bulls jersey the same color, they look pretty similar. Spurs and Lakers pretty much use the same template too 6,127 posts 210 Share on other sites Favourite Logos:Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Tigers 2 ror1997 You can’t really blame teams for not rebranding. It takes a lot of effort and money. However, the recent rebrands have been pretty good so that’s a step in the right direction. Brooklyn – boring but not really badPhoenix – they’re middle of the pack at leastNew York (?) – Minor changes but slightly betterCharlotte – They’re the Hornets again. Nuff saidNew Orleans – You can’t really say that it’s bad compared to some other logos.There hasn’t been a horribly bad rebrand in a while so it’s something. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. The Suns should still be wearing this. Something from the ’90s that wasn’t a boring failure. PhantomDreamer I’d rather see the Suns in something like this -One of my all-time favorite uniforms…if it would have been better if the present-day Suns went with a modern-day interpretation of those unis. Hail to the Redskins…forever. Share this post 918 155 NBA 1 33 Digby 213 0 5,270 Members Atesh 4,873 posts Buster 225 245 0 Next Posted January 29, 2014 hawk36 805 Share on other sites Banned Share on other sites 33 994 posts Link to post 3,353 My take is that it’s because sports management lacks a general understanding of good design and good aesthetics. I worked for years designing for various professional teams and they constantly gravitated to the least interesting design (which is why I gravitated away from designing for them). The nice stuff Nike has done (more their marketing not their uniforms) is helping educate but we’re still a long way off. Just my take. Posted January 29, 2014 245 0 Link to post 0 5,270 Share this post Favourite Logos:Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Tigers But if that Sixers uni was worn now, it would still be in the top half of the league. That’s cause jerseys keep getting worse and worse. Downgrades all over. Posted January 29, 2014 Share on other sites Location:Wisconsin / South Korea 2 eliasrappaport MadmanLA eliasrappaport Location:Bronx 1,585 Link to post Followers 0 Bring Back the Trident 2 Other sports generally stay true to the basic uniform…football, baseball, hockey…but basketball morphs it’s uniforms based on fashion trends, marketing gimmicks and pop culture. You’ll never see a hockey jersey or football pants ever change shape and it’s basic design, but an NBA jersey is now found in numerous styles, shapes and sizes.Not sure about that. Baseball hat styles have changed, for example, and we’ve seen the entry and exit of pullovers and vests. In football, you’ve got the ever-shrinking sleeves, now at the point where a football jersey is essentially a tank top. Forums Home Bad Favourite Logos:EaglesLakersFalconsOld Brewers Logo with glove Link to post 2 Link to post Link to post 0 Share this post All Activity Tynamo I’d rather see the Suns in something like this – 327 Favourite Logos:EaglesLakersFalconsOld Brewers Logo with glove Members 327 1,118 posts Members Link to post Go To Topic Listing Banned Share this post 1,508 Share this post Share on other sites Digby Link to post 225 Posted January 29, 2014 1 Share on other sites 5,270 Share on other sites Link to post 1,585 805 Members Share this post 1,252 Share this post 10 Sports Logo News 10 Members 10 292 posts Share this post 5,923 posts Share on other sites Link to post Posted January 29, 2014 Members Share on other sites 3,353 210 Share this post 3,353 How is it that most NBA teams (and other leagues too) STILL have bad looks? Members Location:Turkey Favourite Logos:Suns, Packers & NBA All-Star Logos 805 2,958 posts 155 NFL Recommended Posts hawk36 Share on other sites Location:Philadelphia Pa Sign in to follow this ScubaSteve 818 posts Page 1 of 2 Brave-Bird 08 Link to post ror1997 0 0 Members Link to post Location:Atlanta, Ga. jaha32 jaha32 2,396 posts 1,372 posts Share this post tigerslionspistonshabs Share this post 0 8,516 posts 33 0 1 Location:Chelan Seattle Posted January 29, 2014 Share on other sites Members Location:Philadelphia Pa 33 5,583 posts SportsLogos.Net This topic is now closed to further replies. If you think about the NBA and the consensus good looking teams you probably think of around 10-15. How is that possible? With all of the concepts that people see and think are great or with all the retro looks people want back, how is it that a team can still look horrible? The NBA has been around since the 1940s. That’s 70 years! The Sixers for example have a bad look, but great retro looks that they can switch to at anytime. If they switch to the 1970s jerseys, BOOM they are now a top 10 look. If the Magic contact that user R_E_D_D_I_T and get permission to use his Magic logo that everyone thinks is sick, boom they’re top 10 too. It just amazes me. How about the Hawks? That 1980s Wilkins look in great. Use it! Followers 0 The NBA is easily the sports world’s worst-dressed league. Outside of maybe 10-15 like you said (most of which are traditional designs that haven’t changed much since the respective team’s inception, eg. Boston, LA Lakers, Chicago, San Antonio, Miami).There are just so many so-called ‘cookie cutter’ designs it seems. Teams with so much potential, like the Clippers, Mavericks, Suns and Timberwolves just to name a few go with these terribly bland templates. This has more to do with the urban fashion influence than the team logos and designs. The massive shorts, the jerseys cut more like muscle shirts than actual basketball jerseys, then there are the shoes and “accessories”.Other sports generally stay true to the basic uniform…football, baseball, hockey…but basketball morphs it’s uniforms based on fashion trends, marketing gimmicks and pop culture. You’ll never see a hockey jersey or football pants ever change shape and it’s basic design, but an NBA jersey is now found in numerous styles, shapes and sizes.This looks great:This looks ridiculous: I actually like most of the standard NBA uniforms. 48 Share on other sites Sports Logos Posted January 29, 2014 Bobster
Share on other sites Sports Logo News 844 All Activity Sports Logo News Vamos Hector! TheRicSlick SportsLogos.Net Giants unveil 90th season patch 333 Giants unveil 90th season patch goforbroke “Sports Aesthetics” 9,766 posts TheRicSlick Members 6,127 posts Forums Home Followers 0 Share on other sites Go To Topic Listing Members 2,362 Link to post Link to post goforbroke 2,362 245 Location:Kentucky colinturner95 colinturner95 Favourite Logos:Houston TexansSuper Bowl XXXVISuper Bowl XLIVMinnesota WildNew Orleans Hornets (Fleur de Bee) Posted June 25, 2014 Followers 0 Posted June 25, 2014 Link to post 0 5,735 posts http://www.giants.com/photos/photos/Giants-unveil-90th-season-patch/c1d2fb2b-64b7-4255-b7cf-40c46c86a638 Sign in to follow this Eh, pretty generic.Fits them perfectly. Their gameday jerseys look like generic practice jerseys. 333 3,017 posts SportsLogos.Net Favourite Logos:AZ Hotshots Hail to the Redskins…forever. 973 Favourite Logos:MSU Spartan Head, Kansas Jayhawk’s new rebrand, TB Buccaneers 97-13 primary, Jordan era Wizards logo,Charlotte Bobcats, Cubs 245 Share this post Share this post By goforbroke, June 25, 2014 in Sports Logo News 333 Sports Logos Posted June 25, 2014 2x MegaBowl Champion – The Poster Formerly Known As bkknight95 Share on other sites Recommended Posts Location:Boise, Idaho Link to post 0 Sports Logos Buster 973 nuordr Share on other sites It suits the Giants. Its simple Share on other sites Share this post 844 245 0 Sign in to follow this All Activity Buster Link to post Location:somewhere in Kansas… Share this post Favourite Logos:The Cross, New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots nuordr 3,765 posts Posted June 25, 2014 973 Members Members 0 This topic is now closed to further replies. Posted June 25, 2014 Forums Home Banned 0 844 2,362 Share this post Eh, pretty generic. Giants unveil 90th season patch
When Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became Manchester United’s full-time manager, one thing was made very clear, which was there would be an increased use of youth players going forward. The Norwegian has kept to his word, perhaps more so than he initially wanted to due to injuries, and players such as Angel Gomes, Mason Greenwood and Brandon Williams have all enjoyed spells in the first-team this season.Another player used has been Tahith Chong, but the intermittency of his appearances haven’t allowed him to get any sort of form going.That, combined with the fact his contract at Old Trafford is set to run out in June next year has set a few alarm bells ringing around Europe, notably in Turin.There have been a few reports that Juventus are keeping a close eye on Chong’s situation, and Corriere dello Sport had an article on the matter on Sunday.Embed from Getty ImagesThey claim the young Dutchman and his entourage feel he hasn’t been used ‘enough’ by Solskjaer this season, and have ‘unsurprisingly started looking around in search of a new adventure’ and a project that would ‘help him become a great’.It’s stated there have been talks between Juventus and United for Chong, as there have been talks between Juventus and Jonathan Barnett, the head of the player’s agency, Stellar Football.Furthermore, the young forward ‘seems to particularly like’ the idea of a move to the Serie A champions, even if it isn’t ‘the only one on the table’.In the meantime, Manchester United are trying to tie down the 20-year-old to a ‘constantly more complex renewal’ in order to avoid a repeat of the Paul Pogba situation all those years ago.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameDon’t Play This Game, it’s Addictive.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoSmart Tech TrendSelf Adjusting Glasses Take Hong Kong by StormSmart Tech TrendUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoGrepolis – Online Free GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this Game! Already 35 Million PlayersGrepolis – Online Free GameUndoInstant Voice Translator43 Languages Instant Voice Translator Flying Off Shelves in Hong KongInstant Voice TranslatorUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo
PFC Botev chose the Ancient Theater in Plovdiv to present its third team, with which the team will play in the current season 2020/2021, saw Plovdiv24.bg. The “yellow-blacks” made a photo session at the place, which is undoubtedly one of the symbols of the city.The choice is not accidental, as the main motive of the black team in question is a graphic image along the entire length of the T-shirt front and back of the Ancient Theater.As Plovdiv24.bg already informs its readers, for the first time in the history of the club the names of the players are written in Cyrillic. The Canaries will make their debut with the new team in tomorrow’s match against Beroe, which is at 8 pm at the base in Komatevo.The club has also kept the detail from the titular team – the yellow and black square on the back with the text “Pride of Plovdiv”.
Lyuboslav Penev turns 54 today. Whatever is said about his football career will be small. It has its place in the history of not only Bulgarian but also Spanish football. Everyone knows about his success with CSKA and the national team, in Valencia and Atletico Madrid his name is written in gold letters, and in Compostela and Celta they will always remember the goal machine from Bulgaria.His coaching career is still far from that as a player, but how many coaches have a memorable track record in Bulgarian football. He scored CSKA in the groups of the Europa League, became the champion of Bulgaria with Litex, increased the interest in our national team in the period 2011-2014.Despite the flying start near the goal line, Super Lubo failed to stay in the air and in the last five years his career has definitely stalled. For now. Still, he has at least another 10 years in football ahead of him. After short stays in the native CSKA and the backup team of Valencia, he started with Tsarsko Selo. His decision surprised everyone, as he had done many times in the past, when he twice found himself at the epicenter of a presidential election. Once he succeeded – in 1999 he pushed Iliya Pavlov from the post in CSKA, but 9 years later he lost the battle for BFU with Borislav Mihailov.Anyone who has somehow touched the work of Lubo Penev, can not remain indifferent to his bright individuality, which can be described in three words – professionalism, workaholism and honesty. And uniqueness – his behavior near the goal line is a 90-minute one-man show, which is why it is worth going to the most boring match.Such is Lubo Penev – unique, different and often misunderstood. Both from their own and from others.Happy birthday, Lubo! Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.
2 June 2019, 16:21 Tags: BBS McGregor (ISH) and Jack Ryan claim victory in Mullingar ISH SJ Series BBS McGergor (ISH) by Cardento (ISH)(TIH) bred and owned by by Marguerite Ryan, and ridden by son, Jack Ryan, jumped double clear in a time of 38.54 seconds to win the 7-year-old final of the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series at Mullingar Equestrian today (Sunday). BBS McGregor, was one of only twelve double clears in the 7-year-old class. Ryan beat off stiff competition from the 25 combinations who made it through to the final.In the 5-year-old final, ten combinations jumped double clear to split the win, while in the 6-year-olds, there were ten clear rounds. There was €9,500 on offer in Mullingar Equestrian Centre from the Irish Sport Horse Studbook for these young horse classes. The next leg takes place in Galway County on June 15th and 16th.Results, including breeding information, are detailed below.=1st Beechfields Billy Barnwell (ISH) M by Billy Mexico (AES) out of Billy Rock (ISH) by Vechta (KWPN) bred by Donal Barnwell owned and ridden by Gemma Phelan. results, including breeding information, are detailed below.=1st Castle Lux Clover (ISH) M by Boherdeal Clover (ISH) out of Cloonagh Luxury (ISH) by Lux Z (HANN) bred by Jennifer Devlin owned by Anne Marie D’Arcy ridden by Sean Kavanagh.=1st Jolie Demoiselle (ISH) F by Je T’Aime Flamenco (BWP) out of Emerald Inovative (ISH) by Lux Z (HANN) bred by Ita McDermott, owned and ridden by Barbra Allen.=1st Lough Scur Quality Lady (ISH) F by O.B.O.S. Quality 004 (OLD) out of Lough Scur Sardiamond (ISH) by Shannondale Sarco St Ghyvan (BEWB) bred and owned by Seamus Tighe ridden by John Mulligan .=1 Lisboy Emerald (ISH) C by Emerald Van’T Ruytershof (BWP) out of Hollypark Lux Alright (ISH) by Lux Z (HANN) bred by Michael Macdonagh owned by Joseph M Sharkey ridden by Cora Sharkey.=1st Fernhill Check Your Pocket (ISH) M by Simba (KWPN) out of Cavelle (ISH) by Cavalier Royale (HOLST) bred by Mr & Mrs Alan Wheeler owned by Carol Gee and ridden by Kate Derwin.=1st Florida Springs (ISH) F by Mermus R (KWPN) out of Rockville Star (ISH) by Kings Master (ISH) bred by Patrick Smith owned by Maurice Bingham ridden by Francis Derwin (Jnr) .=1st Emerald Mystique (ISH) F by Emerald Van’T Ruytershof (BWP) out of Overruled (ISH) by Cruising (ISH) bred by John Cawley owned by Noel Cawley ridden by Kellie Allen .=1st Rockwell Rc (ISH) F by Kannan (KWPN) out of Urban Sea (ISH) by Guidam (SF) bred by Ronan Byrne owned by Kevin Crumley ridden by Jason Foley.=1st Dawsons Orestus (ISH) F by Orestus (KWPN) out of Creevy Quinn Lass (ISH) by Cruising (ISH) bred by Peter Killeen owned by Km Sport Horses ridden by Jason Foley. 6Year Olds=1st Kinmar Quality Hero (ISH) G by O.B.O.S. Quality 004 (OLD) out of Magician Hero (ISH) by Moujik De Sohan (SBS) bred and owned by Gerrard Marron ridden by Damien Griffin.=1st Jacarina (ISH) F by Jack Of Diamonds (Swe) (SWB) out of Lissarina (ISH) by Cruising (ISH) bred and owned by Noel Cawley ridden by Kevin Gallagher.=1st Castlefield Miss (ISH) F by Pacino (BWP) out of Little Miss Puissance (ISH) by Puissance (ISH) bred and owned by Jim O’Neill ridden by Emma Carton.=1st Mhs Cardenta (ISH) F by Cardento (HOLST) out of Willow Point (ISH) by Diamond Serpent (ISH) bred by Olive Clarke owned by Bravo Hughes Ltd ridden by Michael James Pender.=1st Ogue Alva (ISH) F by Ars Vivendi (HOLST) out of Ogue Alice (ISH) by Aldato (KWPN) bred by Vincent Murphy owned and ridden by Eddie Moloney.=1st Be Aware (ISH) F by Pacino (BWP) out of Warrenstown Well Aware (ISH) by Cruising (ISH) bred and owned by Ronan Tynan, ridden by Vincent Byrne.=1st Hollypark Pacino (ISH) C by Pacino (BWP) out of Hollypark (ISH) by Lux Z (HANN) bred by Jacky Lee owned by Hollypark Irish Horses ridden by Tim Macdonagh.=1st Diamant De La Mer (ISH) M by Diamant De Semilly (SF) out of Vuelta Du Ter (SF) by Eurocommerce Berlin (HOLST) bred and owned by Hugh Ward ridden by Angela Percy.=1st Abc Ballycruise (TIH)(ISH) M by Cruising (ISH) out of Arctic Diamond (ISH) by Diamond Lad (ID) bred by Patrick Kehoe owned by Victoria Foster ridden by Gemma Phelan.=1st Admiran Xena (ISH) F by Je T’Aime Flamenco (BWP) out of Admiran Clio (ISH) by Clover Hill (ID) bred and owned by Peter Mulrine ridden by Cormac Rafferty.7 Year Olds1st Bbs Mcgregor (ISH) G by Cardento (HOLST) out of Random Chance (ISH) by Mark Twain (TB) bred and owned by Marguerite Ryan ridden by Jack Ryan.2nd Temple Alice (ISH) M by Foxglen Cruise Control (AES) out of Innishannon Shamrock (ISH) by Rantis Diamond (ISH) bred by Susan Macdonald owned by Eddie Maloney & Tsi Equestrian ridden by Eddie Moloney.3rd Javas Gucci (ISH) G by Luidam (KWPN) out of Javas Honey (ISH) by Cruising (ISH) bred by Judy Murphy owned by Michael Pender & Bravo Hughes Ltd ridden by Michael James Pender.4th Miss Valent (ISH) F by Valent (KWPN) out of Miss Siss (ISH) by John Henry (ISH) bred an downed by Lisa Rosbotham ridden by Olivia A Roulston .5th Mulvin Lights Out (ISH) M by Kroongraaf (KWPN) out of Diamond Vicky (ISH) by Diamond Serpent (ISH) bred by James Hughes owned by Noletta Smyth ridden by Jonathan Smyth .6th Mohill Rosetta (ISH) F by Omar (BWP) out of Glenda Bahrain (ISH) by Glen Bar (ISH) bred by Martin Mcglynn owned and ridden by John Mulligan Home » General » BBS McGregor (ISH) and Jack Ryan claim victory in Mullingar ISH SJ Series
LONDON, (Reuters) – Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie risks a two-match ban after allegedly trying to grab Rangers’ Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos by the genitals in Sunday’s Old Firm clash between the Glasgow sides. The Scottish Football Association issued a fast track notice of complaint yesterday against the Scotland international for allegedly committing a sending off offence that went unseen by match officials.Christie had already been booked before the incident at Parkhead. Television replays appeared to show him grabbing at Morelos’s groin.The hearing will be on Jan. 6. League leaders Celtic, who lost the game 2-1 with Christie missing a first half penalty, said they were astonished at the charge and would defend their player “vigorously”.Media reports said Christie had needed groin surgery after the game following a separate tussle with Morelos.Morelos was sent off for a second booking after a dive in stoppage time. Rangers have said the Colombian, who appeared to make a gesture with his hand across his neck to Celtic fans following his dismissal, suffered racial abuse. A year ago, Morelos appeared to grab at Christie’s groin in the fixture at Ibrox but escaped retrospective action because the referee saw the incident at the time.
WASHINGTON | Michelle Obama says she dropped boxed macaroni and cheese from her family’s diet after her daughter couldn’t turn a block of cheese into cheese powder.In an interview in the March issue of Cooking Light magazine, Mrs. Obama says Sam Kass, the family’s former personal chef, had taken a stand against the boxed variety, which includes processed cheese powder among the ingredients.FILE – In this Oct. 14, 2014 file photo, first lady Michelle Obama, accompanied by Sam Kass, talks with school children as they prepare to eat lunch in the East Room of the White House following the annual fall harvest of the White House Kitchen Garden in Washington. Michelle Obama says boxed macaroni and cheese was dropped from her familys diet when her daughter failed to turn a block of cheese into cheese powder. In an interview in the upcoming issue of Cooking Light magazine, Mrs. Obama says Sam Kass, the familys former personal chef, took a stand against the boxed variety. He said theres nothing wrong with mac and cheese, but its got to be real food, she said, crediting Kass with eliminating processed food from their diet. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)“He said there’s nothing wrong with mac and cheese, but it’s got to be real food,” she said, crediting him with helping to eliminate processed food from their diet.Kass gave her daughter Malia, who was about 8 years old at the time, a block of cheese and challenged her to turn the fresh cheese into powder.“She sat there for 30 minutes trying to pulverize a block of cheese into dust,” Mrs. Obama says. “She was really focused on it and it just didn’t work, so she had to give up. And from then on, we stopped eating macaroni and cheese out of a box because cheese dust is not food, as was the moral of the story.”As she marks the fifth anniversary of her anti-childhood-obesity initiative, the first lady says it feels like there’s “a new norm” in how families think about food and what’s healthy.Because food is personal and people are obsessed with it, Mrs. Obama said she’s trying to deliver “a message of change” that doesn’t assign blame but provides information needed to make better choices. “And starting with kids has been an important first step because, as I’ve always said, parents will do for their kids what they won’t do for themselves.”She plans to spend time this year encouraging people to prepare and eat more of their meals at home.“What we do know is that the food you cook is healthier, and it can be more affordable, but it takes some skills,” such as learning how to cut a chicken into its parts, Mrs. Obama said.The first lady said her initiative and her husband’s health care law will, in the long run, save the country money by improving people’s health.“You don’t have to be an Olympic athlete to be healthy, but you do need to walk your dog or take your kids to the park periodically and throw a football around,” she said.Her goal as an 80- or 90-year-old is to still be mobile.“I want to be able to walk up a temple or a ruin on my own and see the world. And I can only do that if I’ve been investing in my health now,” the first lady said. “And just imagine, if we’ve got kids 20, 30, 40 years younger than we are doing that now, they’re going to be some of the strongest 80- and 90-year-olds we’ve ever seen. And that’s our dream.”The magazine features Mrs. Obama on the cover, the first time in the publication’s 28-year history that food was not the cover subject. The issue is due on newsstands Friday.Follow Darlene Superville on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/dsupervilleapOnline: https://www.cookinglight.com/cooking-101/michelle-obama-interview
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