The David Marnane trained Aru Cha Cha will be the first Tipp horse out, running in the first race at 2.05.No Wunder, trained by David Wachman, and Thomas Stack’s Celestial Fable will run alongside one another at 2.35 while Stack will also be watching over Tooreen Legend, who is out at 3.35.Elusive Award is the only Tipperary runner in the Speedy’s Bar Moyvane and Ballylongford Handicap at 3.05, and is trained by TJ’O Mara. Aidan O’Brien’s Gypsy King and the Tim Cleary trained Dancingwithangels are both on the card at 3.35.In the feature race of the day, the Ladbrokes Handicap Hurdle, Charlie Swan’s The Game Changer will go out along with Casimir Road, who’s being saddled up by Stephen Ryan. That race goes to post at 4.35.
Wellington Police notes for Thursday, September 19, 2013â€¢8:55 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of a dirt motorcycle in the 400 block E. Maple. Wellington.â€¢8:55 a.m. Officers investigated a burglary in the 200 block W. Botkin, Wellington.â€¢9:11 a.m. Officers investigated minor in possession of tobacco in the 2600 block N. A, Wellington.â€¢Juvenile male, 15, Geuda Springs, Ks. was referred to juvenile court.â€¢12:49 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property in the 1800 N. A, Wellington.â€¢12:58 p.m. Officers investigated a probation violation in the 300 block N. B, Wellington.â€¢1:17 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property in the 300 block N. Olive, Wellington.â€¢4:49 p.m. Officers investigated a burglary in the 700 block N. Washington, Wellington.â€¢6:01 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of gasoline in the 1100 block N. A, Wellington.
The Republic of Ireland striker posted a screenshot of a message he had been sent after scoring twice in his side’s 3-0 win over Chelsea on Saturday.The Blades tweeted a statement of support for McGoldrick on Monday morning, pledging to work with authorities to identify the individual behind the messages and bring them to justice.As more footballers come forward with their experiences of being racially abused, pressure is growing on social media platforms to do more to prevent it and punish individuals who send abusive messages. Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha has responded after a 12-year-old boy who sent him a string of racist abuse on social media was arrested by West Midlands Police.The Ivory Coast international posted screenshots of a number of messages sent to him via Instagram Direct Messages ahead of his side’s Premier League game against Aston Villa. Palace lost 2-0 thanks to a brace from Trezeguet, but the incident meant the spotlight was shone on society’s ongoing problem with racism once again.In a statement on Twitter, Zaha said: “Very disappointed we didn’t get a better result yesterday but I wanted to come on here to thank you for all your messages of support.“I would also like to thank West Midlands Police for their swift action in making an arrest.“People need to understand that whatever your age, your behaviour and your words come with consequences and you cannot hide behind social media.“It is important social media platforms do as they did yesterday and seek out these individuals and remove them.“This is not the first time I have received messages like this, nor am I the only player to receive messages like this – it happens every day.pic.twitter.com/YiIBf0Pnu8— Wilfried Zaha (@wilfriedzaha) July 13, 2020“I want to thank everyone for the love and support but enough is enough! It is not enough to be disgusted by these messages I received and move on.“It isn’t enough to just say #notoracism. We need action, we need education, things need to change.”The fact that such an incident is a daily occurrence on social media in 2020 was underlined after Sheffield United forward David McGoldrick came forward with racist abuse he had been subjected to over the same weekend.