The University of Vermont Medical Center,Vermont Business Magazine The International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis(link is external) (ISTH), in partnership with John Wiley and Sons, Inc, announces the launch of the Society’s new open access journal, Research and Practice in Thrombosis and Haemostasis (RPTH), with its inaugural issue to publish in conjunction with the meeting of the ISTH 2017 Congress(link is external) in Berlin, Germany, July 8-13. Mary Cushman, MD, MSc, professor of medicine at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, and director of the thrombosis and hemostasis program at the University of Vermont Medical Center in the United States, will lead the launch of the journal as its inaugural Editor-in-Chief. Complementing the Society’s flagship journal, the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (JTH), RPTH will provide an innovative new open access platform for science and discourse among researchers, clinicians and patients. It will publish a broad array of article types covering the widest possible spectrum of topics in thrombosis, hemostasis and related areas. Studies by multidisciplinary research groups, from emerging areas of research and from under-represented regions of the world, will be of particular interest.The editorial team working with Dr Cushman represents all areas of the world and includes: Pantep Angchaisuksiri (Thailand), Cihan Ay (Austria), Suzanne Cannegieter (The Netherlands), Adam Cuker (USA), Susan Kahn (Canada), Fiona Newell (Australia), Yotis Senis (UK) and Alisa Wolberg (USA).”RPTH epitomizes the current era of inter-disciplinary scientific discovery and new methods of knowledge dissemination,” Cushman said. “Capitalizing on its open access and online-only format, RPTH will provide unrestricted access to scientific results from around the globe as a ‘living journal,’ serving as an important catalyst for digital discussion. In so doing, it will also provide the public with ease of access to research findings.”Published in partnership with Wiley(link is external), RPTH is interested in basic, clinical, translational and population or public health research. Studies and trials covering quality of care, outcomes, dissemination and implementation science are sought, including work on novel care delivery especially in areas of resource constraint around the world.The journal is now accepting submissions. For more information and to submit an article for consideration, visit http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)2475-0379(link is external) and follow RPTH on Twitter @RPTHJournal(link is external).SOURCE CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Jan. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis
1,716 0 Location:Ottawa 921 Sports Logo News Share on other sites Share on other sites Share on other sites 0 im not really diggin this uni. the crest is way too small, and i agree it does need some hem striping. i think they need to rework the look of the crest Favourite Logos:Denver Broncos, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Houston Texans, Toronto Argonauts (football with sails), BC Lions, San jose Sharks, Minnesota Wild, Posted August 28, 2013 Sports Logo News hawk36 Nesi427 Peachy Page 1 of 2 OMG, sorry Nike, but your loosing to Reebok when it comes to designing uniforms…Yeah, the company that still pushes the Bettman Apron and that absurd template worn by the Penguins and Senators is definitely ahead of the pack. 3,353 Location:Atlanta Kevin W. 238 0 220 26 2,118 posts Location:New Jersey Posted August 28, 2013 Share this post Sign in to follow this Share this post BelfourThibault Share this post 1,264 I didn’t know k swiss had a hockey team. 2,550 posts 6,476 posts Members 111 0 GriffinM6 314 2014 Sochi Posted August 28, 2013 Posted August 28, 2013 Share this post Banned Members GriffinM6 1,264 314 Share on other sites USA Hockey jerseys for 2014 Sochi Olympics 52 Sign in to follow this fmedges Location:Atlanta 786 786 Link to post 0 0 52 Share on other sites 238 Share on other sites Share this post Posted August 29, 2013 Members 0 Share on other sites 5,923 posts TorinK92 Favourite Logos:Pensacola Blue Wahoos Primary Real stars and a real lace up collar would be a drastic improvement.Real stars?i think he might mean white stars, not the shiny ones pats2000 0 Members 1,065 posts SportsLogos.Net ColeJ 52 ColeJ Link to post The worst part about these is that it’s all just a bunch of iron/screen on crap, including the crest. 456 posts Link to post Link to post 0 5,172 posts I really like the new navy jersey. Even without hemstripes its gorgeous. If I had my way there would be no shiny stars or faux laces, but as a whole, its one of the best looking USA uniforms in any sport for my money. Clean and classy and can be worn like a regular sweater without looking out of place. Share this post 382 0 Share on other sites fmedges 1,812 Members Page 1 of 2 1,264 19 Share on other sites theskywatcher 19 1 Favourite Logos:Pensacola Blue Wahoos Primary Posted August 29, 2013 Posted August 29, 2013 Location:Chelan Seattle bleuet 220 BigBubba 19 18 posts 0 0 All Activity 1,259 111 STORY (CBS SPORTS)Really, really nice. Shocking actually. Link to post 314 Share this post Link to post 26 My son also happens to be named Bort! BigBubba Loyal Tank Commander 0 I actually prefer this all white version Patrick Kane is sporting in this photo over the unnecessary stripes version. Peachy Share this post Share on other sites Favourite Logos:Chicago Blackhawks Tygers09 Kevin W. Here’s a quick mockup of what I was talking about. 10,968 posts Share on other sites 238 hawk36 1,812 Members 920 posts 1,264 220 3,353 Location:Mississippi State, MS from Jackson, MS Share this post wonderbread Posted August 29, 2013 Share on other sites charger77 Posted August 28, 2013 314 Recommended Posts 16,613 posts 16 Link to post theskywatcher OMG, sorry Nike, but your loosing to Reebok when it comes to designing uniforms…Loosing?And what uniforms does Reebok do anymore? adidas owns them. 10,968 posts Favourite Logos:San Jose Sharks, 2011-12 Washington Wizards, Buffaslug(sadly), Dallas Desperadoes, Washington Capitals Alt, LA Angels font, New Charlotte Bobcats alt, Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays, San Diego Chargers, New England Patriots pats2000 Members Prev Members Share on other sites Location:Chicago 0 1,716 charger77 Posted August 29, 2013 Followers 1 Share on other sites By Nesi427, August 28, 2013 in Sports Logo News 1,630 posts Link to post Posted August 29, 2013 Members Share this post TorinK92 Next Location:Minnesota charger77 charger77 Location:Ottawa BelfourThibault 27,087 posts GriffinM6 Those need hem striping. It looks incomplete without them. The crest also looks very tiny. Location:Waxahachie, Texas 16 Share this post 382 Members Tygers09 786 26 Share this post TorinK92 All Activity Husband. Father. Educator. Podcaster. Next Location:in phone Location:Michigan The glossy stars are um, not, a nice touch.I’m okay with everything else though except the logo. I can’t put my finger on it but it just looks odd on a hockey jersey.It looks like a highway route sign…which is appropriate since they’ll be run over in the tournament. (Not my joke — BigBubba) Posted August 29, 2013 3,353 Posted August 29, 2013 Member of the Right Brigade Share on other sites 553 posts Go To Topic Listing Nesi427 OMG, sorry Nike, but your loosing to Reebok when it comes to designing uniforms… the user formerly known as NJTank The glossy stars are um, not, a nice touch.I’m okay with everything else though except the logo. I can’t put my finger on it but it just looks odd on a hockey jersey. Members Link to post Members Real stars and a real lace up collar would be a drastic improvement.Real stars? Bayne Location:Michigan This topic is now closed to further replies. TheStoicPaisano wonderbread Location:Currently in Cincinnati Share on other sites Share on other sites 0 1,716 7,532 posts 1 Sports Logos Posted August 29, 2013 Share this post TorinK92 27,087 posts Favourite Logos:Red WingsSt.Louis Blues 1,716 Favourite Logos:Chicago Blackhawks, St. Louis Cardinals, Sparky the Sun Devil 1,259 My son also happens to be named Bort! Posted August 28, 2013 Link to post 2 STORY (CBS SPORTS) Posted August 29, 2013 Real stars and a real lace up collar would be a drastic improvement.Real stars?Sewn on, not that glossy crap. 16 8,818 posts Link to post Share on other sites 314 Share this post bleuet GriffinM6 1 Members 0 5,172 posts 921 1,264 2 0 Members 314 Link to post Banned 1,716 Link to post 382 Share this post Logo a bit small, make it 20% bigger.The fake laces are doh..I’m OK with the rest. Posted August 28, 2013 Share on other sites Members 0 0 Members Members Members Prev Link to post 37 posts A bunch of psychic porn star midgets who were all nude 1,259 Link to post Bayne 1,812 Share this post USA Hockey jerseys for 2014 Sochi Olympics 921 Real stars and a real lace up collar would be a drastic improvement. Forums Home Loyal Tank Commander 111 The other problem is that if you go with white stars, you’d get the abominable EA sports version of the USA national sweater that looks really bad. 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Alan Freeman and Geoff Parker (playing in the same four ball, but not marking each other’s cards!) had a nip and tuck battle throughout the round, and inspired each other to win the A and B flights respectively. PSC golf Bunker Boys at The Bowling GreenMonday, February 6, Greenwood A & B- StablefordAlthough we’d been allocated a tee time 40 minutes later than our usual 11.00 a.m. slot, we arrived at the course to find it relatively quiet, and the first group was able to tee off ahead of schedule. One has to say that despite sometimes less than ideal organization, Greenwood deserves our continued support for their high season pricing policy, especially for the PSC groups – unlike some other local courses. Paul Smith (left) is congratulated by JJ after his win at Emerald.A Flight1st Alan Freeman (4) 40pts2nd Geoff Cox (14) 34pts3rd Tony Robbins (14) 34ptsB Flight1st Geoff Parker (16) 41pts2nd Barry Murnin (16) 34pts3rd Tom Jones (26) 32ptsNear Pins: Alan Freeman, Ian Kluth, John Graham and Mike CornerWednesday, February 8, The Emerald – StablefordWe had a large turnout today for our visit to Bang Chang and the ever-popular Emerald course. Although the condition of the course has deteriorated slightly from its high point of a couple of years ago, it still provides a good test of golf, and there are numerous hazards waiting to trap the wayward golfer. Such was the frustration for the normally mild mannered Ken Young, who was reported to the committee for joining the ranks of the club throwing brigade.The day was notable for two eagles on par 4’s; one by Ian Kluth and the other by Tony Robbins, although rumour has it that Tony’s ball made a complete lap of the green before accidentally falling into the hole!Paul Smith put in a superb performance, shooting a round of gross 70 to show everyone else how it should be done, and comfortably won the A Flight.Back at the Bowling Green there was a heated discussion over our rule requiring cards to be submitted by latest 6.45pm, and the decision was made that the rule will be applied rigidly in future, to avoid delaying the presentation. All members should now be aware that having that one extra beer may cost them their prize.A Flight1st Paul Smith (3) 41pts2nd John Graham (10) 38pts3rd Tony Scambler (8) 37ptsB Flight1st Peter Habgood (20) 36pts2nd John Hughes (17) 35pts3rd Tom Jones (26) 34ptsNear Pins: Alan Freeman, Colin Greig, Chris Dupp and Ian Kluth.Friday, Febrary 10, Century Chonburi – StablefordOn arrival at our scheduled course, Khao Kheow we discovered that they denied all knowledge of our booking, even though they had called a few days earlier to change the tee time! Unable to play the course, hasty rearrangements were made and a reduced field set off to play at Century Chonburi which was the only course able to accommodate us at such short notice.We haven’t played here for almost a year (following a similar mess up with caddies at Treasure Hill), and those that made the effort were pleasantly surprised to find the course generally in reasonable condition. The greens, although looking good were very slow (like putting through treacle) and the scores reflected our lack of familiarity with the course. The only player that managed to play to his handicap was Mike Corner, and Alan Freeman took second place on a count back from Tom Jones.1st Mike Corner (22) 36pts2nd Alan Freeman (3) 34pts3rd Tom Jones (26) 34pts4th Mike Stokel (23) 33ptsNear Pins: Paul Edgar, Geoff Parker, Mike Stokel and Syd Harris.Following the recent demise of the Bunker Bar, the Bunker Boys now play out of the Bowling Green on Soi X-Zyte between Pattaya 3rd Road and Soi Buakhaow. We play three times per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, so if you enjoy a fun day out and a friendly but competitive golf competition why come and join us.We meet at the Bowling Green at 9 a.m. and new players with valid handicaps are always welcome. For more information call Dave on 087 1469978, email dave.evel [email protected]
PSC golf from The Growling SwanMonday, July 7, Bangpra – StablefordIt was another fine & sunny Monday morning as we made our way to The Growling Swan and were all looking forward to re-visiting the popular but challenging “Monkey Course”, Bangpra. There were several new arrivals so welcomes were handed out to Len Hardingham from Perth, Western Australia who I had not seen for about 20 years, John Pierrel from Houston, Texas back with us for another 4 months, John Davis back after a few weeks in the UK, veteran Ken Hole returning after a holiday in Bali and Bent Agerbo who is back from Denmark for his bi-annual visit to Pattaya.Bob Akapita, Geri Crilly & Gerd Riedler. We departed the GS right on time at 8.45 am and headed off through the Monday morning traffic up number 7. Our 2 mini vans made very good time and we arrived at the golf course after just a 40 minute drive and as is the norm just lately at most courses the car park was almost empty.Our scheduled tee time was 10.30 am (their idea, not mine) but as there was hardly anyone there we were invited to start at our leisure so after a practice putt or two we headed down to the first tee. As there were 22 in the field it meant 2 three-balls so to speed things up we sent them off first and the first one got away 35 minutes ahead of our booked time at 9.55 am.There were no groups to be seen ahead so these 2 groups left the following four-balls for dead and in sunny and hot weather we commenced our round, finding the golf course in terrific condition with most of the greens up to their usual “Bangpra” tricks, so it was crucial to stay below the hole!For a change we did not spot one monkey and it was suggested that perhaps it was too hot for them and indeed we found it necessary to keep up the water intake, even stopping for a rest just before the 16th tee. We did slow down a bit due to the heat and our round was completed in four hours & twenty five minutes.We had 2 Divisions – Division A for handicaps 0 to 13 and Division B for golfers on handicaps of 14 and over with three places in each Division. There were also rewards for nearest the pin on all the par threes and longest first putts on the 9th & 18th greens.For the third game in a row it was that man again, Gerd Riedler, who stole the show and despite losing a shot off his handicap he scored 35 points and won Division A. With two on 34 points a count back was needed which saw Martin “Toddy” Todd (19 point back nine) finish second and John Pierrel (17 point back nine) was third.John Davis, Russell Calcutt & Ken Hole.For his second win in a row it was Bob Akapita who finished on top of Division B with 33 points, 1 point ahead of Ken Hole in second place and John Andersom finished third with 31. It was interesting to see that no-one was able to play to their handicap or better on the day.The Growling Swan NAGA Award (awarded to the golfer who has the worst score on the day and discreetly their score is not made public) was won by Geri Crilly.Division A (0-13)1st Gerd Riedler (7) 35pts2nd Martin Todd (8) 34pts3rd John Pierrel (12) 34ptsDivision B (14+)1st Bob Akapita (16) 33pts2nd Ken Hole (18) 32pts3rd John Anderson (26) 31ptsNear Pins: 2nd – Ebrahim, 8th – Ken Hole, 12th – Kevin Waycott, 17th – Martin ToddLong Putts: 9th – Kevin Waycott, 18th – Mike AllidiThursday, July 10, Khao Kheow – StablefordWe had a good field of 25 signed up after a couple of late inclusions and with the help of “Papa”, who took a couple of passengers in his car we were able to use just 2 mini vans.After gathering at The Growling Swan we welcomed back Alan “Colonel” Sanders from the Gold Coast in Australia and said farewell to Geoff Bracegirdle who will shortly be returning to Perth in Western Australia. Everyone was on time so we were able to depart 5 minutes ahead of our 8.30 am scheduled time and we headed off up number 7, arriving at the course just 37 minutes later.After checking in we found that it was to be C & B nines in that order and when arriving at the tee on C1 it was unusual to see many people there waiting to tee off, the result of a 40 person competition. Our allocated tee time was 10.06 am and we feared that we would be teeing off considerable later than that but in actual fact our first group was able to get away just 4 minutes behind schedule. The down side was that many of the groups ahead were five-balls, some with carts and some walking so we knew it was going to be a slow round but “what the heck” – we were out there playing, the sun was shining and the golf course was in excellent shape although the greens were considerably slower than usual but firm and true.As expected it was a very slow round but the weather was not too hot and we completed our full round in four hours & fifty five minutes. We had 2 Divisions – Division A for handicaps 0 to 15 and Division B for golfers on handicaps of 16 and over with four places in each Division. There were also rewards for nearest the pin on all the par threes and longest first putts on the B9 & C9 greens.The golf course was playing quite tough as no-one played better than their handicap and in Division A there were 2 golfers tied with 36 points and after a count back we saw the win awarded to John Davis (18 point back nine) with Martin “Toddy” Todd (15 point back nine) coming in second. There were 2 golfers on 35 points which meant another count back which resulted in “Big” Bill Steinman (18 point back nine) finishing third from John Pierrel (15 point back nine) in fourth spot.More count backs in B Division with 2 on 36 points which enabled Ken Hole (19 point back nine) to be declared the winner from last start NAGA winner Geri Crilly (17 point back nine) in second place. Yet another count back was needed to determine third & fourth places and Bent Agerbo (14 point back nine) won that little contest, with Eric “Judge” Black (13 point back nine) finishing in fourth place.The Growling Swan NAGA Awardwas won by Russell Calcutt.Division A (0-15)1st John Davis (15) 36pts2nd Martin Todd (8) 36pts3rd Bill Steinman (9) 35pts4th John Pierrel (12) 35ptsDivision B (16+)1st Ken Hole (18) 36pts2nd Geri Crilly (26) 36pts3rd Bent Agerbo (19) 32pts4th Eric Black (16) 32ptsNear Pins: B3 – Mike Gosden, B8 – Dick Braimbridge, C3 – Ebrahim, C8 – Gerd RiedlerLong Putts: B9 – Andrew Allen, C9 – Bob AkapitaNote: Growling Swan Golf welcomes golfers of any persuasion – low & high handicappers alike, female golfers and beginners. We generally play Mondays & Thursdays, meeting at The Growling Swan in Soi Chaiyapoon at 8.00 am with transport departing at 8.30 am. For bookings or more information please contact Peter on 0806 351 386 or email to petermalcolmblackburn @gmail.com.We also play bowls out of the Growling Swan every Wednesday and Sunday. Sunday is Lawn Bowls and Wednesday is Indoor Bowls. All are welcome and for anyone that is interested the transport leaves The Growling Swan at 10.00am on each of those mornings. For more information please contact Paul Rennison on 0843 454 005.
Holland pulled off a late comeback to draw 2-2 in Germany, qualifying for the Nations League final four at the expense of world champions France. Neuer; Süle, Hummels, Rüdiger; Kehrer, Kimmich, Kroos, Schulz; Gnabry (Müller, 66′), Werner (Reus, 63′), Sané (Goretzka, 80′). Incidencias Germany, who suffered humiliating group stage elimination from the World Cup, and then relegation from this group, looked like they were going to get some sense of pride back from beating their rivals Holland, but Ronald Koeman’s side stunned them in the final stages. Ovidiu Hategan (rumano). TA: Hummels (14′), Kroos, (52′), Kimmich, (68′) / Wijnaldum (38′). HOL Sebastián Vargas Rozo Upd. on 20/11/2018 at 10:47 CET 19/11/2018 1-0 M. 9 Werner. 2-0 M. 20 Sané. 1-2 M. 85 Promes. 2-2 M. 90 Van Dijk. Alemania 2-2 “It’s nice that in the end we earned the draw and qualified, the ball fell for me and I hit it wonderfully,” said Van Dijk on Dutch TV. Cillesen; Tete, De Ligt, Van Dijk, Blind; De Roon, De Jong, Wijnaldum (Vilhena, 60′); Promes, Depay, Babel (Dilrosun, 45′) (De Jong, 66′). IN SPORT.ES The Dutch fell behind to Timo Werner and Leroy Sane’s goals, but Quincy Promes struck in the 85th minute and Van Dijk blasted home in the 91st to put them level at the top of Group A1 on seven points with France – Holland win on goal difference in the head-to-head. Van Dijk mete a Holanda en la Final Four ALE Holanda Partido correspondiente a la 6ª jornada de la Nations League disputado en el Veltins Arena bajo la mirada de 50.650 personas. Árbitro MATCH FACTS Nations League – Jornada 6 Goles “This is a reward for hard work. After the poor first half we immediately wanted to recover in the second. We showed character.”
Granite Pointe’s Carson Arcuri, Ryan Fullerton of Rossland/Trail, Trevor Browell of Champion Lakes and Kaslo’s Shawn Ellard all earned spots on the Zone One West Kootenay B.C. Summer Games Golf team as the junior circuit made a stop at Redstone Resort in Rossland.The quartet qualified during the latest stop on the Zone One West Kootenay Golf tour with Ellard sneaking in the back door, defeating Champion Lakes golfer Aiden Browell in a play off to earn the fourth spot.The BC Summer games allows players age 16 and under to try and qualify, provided they have not played the summer games tournament before. Twenty-eight junior teed it up at Redstone under sunny skies for the 18-hole tournament Saturday.Overall winner was Braden McKay of Rossland/Trail, his first ever overall Junior Circuit win. In the age categories MacKenzie Field of Christina Lake took first in the 17-18 division with Alex Rugg and Garrett Underwood deadlock in second. Tyler McKay, was first in the 15-16 year division with Fullerton second and Trevor Browell was third. In the 14 and under division, Arcuri took first while Jackson Konkin of Rossland/Trail a solid second at 88 and Browell placed third.In the net division Ellard was first overall in the 15-18 and Jeff Ashton from Castlegar was first in the 14 and under division. Browell and Ryan Page from RTCC both won closest to the pin while Ashton and David Launier won long drives in their respective divisions.
The Trail Smoke Eaters have added 19-year-old defenceman Trevor Zins to their roster.Zins comes to the Trail Smoke Eaters after playing the past two seasons with the USHL’s Cedar Rapids Roughriders. The 6’0” defenceman is a commit of Umass-Lowell and will help to solidify the backend for the Smoke Eaters, who sit in second place overall in the BCHL. It is expected that Zins will see his first action during this weekend’s home games. To accommodate the addition of Zins, the team has released defencemen Karsten Jang and Olson Werenka. The organization wishes both players success as they continue their hockey careers.In another move, the Smoke Eaters have traded forward, Corbyn Chabot to the Drayton Valley Thunder of the AJHL for future considerations.
7. LEADERSHIP AWARD (STUD EMPLOYEES)An award to an individual in a supervisory or managerial role in a thoroughbredstud farm who has displayed leadership and team spirit, shown talent forhorsemanship, consistency and reliability (examples include: head stallionstaff, barn managers, etc.). Qualities:• Observant and intuitive in relation to horse care and welfare• Sets clear goals and cultivates a team-oriented approach to achieve them• Motivates and mentors fellow employees and is valued as a role model in theworkplace• High standard of management skills including organisation and communication• Examples of positive influences on an individual’s and/or a team’sperformance• Consistently observes high standards of health and safety in the yard, on theroad and at the racecourse• Examples of contribution to employer’s success REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLYIrish Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards 2018, Knightbrook Hotel, Trim, Co. Meath 21/5/2018A general view of the Irish Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff AwardsMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy Nominations are nowopen for the 2019 Irish Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards and can be madeonline at www.studandstablestaffawards.ie. The awards encompass 10 categorieswhich carry prizemoney of over €80,000. 2019 marks the fifth year ofGodolphin’s sponsorship of the Irish Stud and Stable Staff Awards which willtake place at The Curragh Racecourse on Tuesday October 29.Godolphin, the global racing stable founded by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed binRashid Al Maktoum, is the principal sponsor of the Irish Stud and Stable StaffAwards in association with the Irish Stablestaff Association, the Racing Postand Horse Racing Ireland. Godolphin also sponsors the equivalent Stud andStable Staff Awards in America, Australia, Britain and France.Sandra Hughes, Godolphin’s Irish Stud and Stable Staff Awards Ambassador willbe visiting racing yards and stud farms and attending race meetings andbloodstock sales to encourage as many nominations as possible. In addition tonominating online, every trainer, breeder and point-to-point handler willreceive a nomination form. Nomination forms are also available from HorseRacing Ireland’s Head Office at Ballymany, Newbridge, County Kildare. BernardCaldwell from the Irish Stablestaff Association (ISSA) and his colleagues will bedistributing nomination forms at upcoming race meetings. The nomination form isalso available to download from www.studandstablestaffawards.ieNominations are open until Monday June 24 and must be completed online orreturned to the Marketing Department in Horse Racing Ireland by 5pm that day.Joe Osborne, Managing Director, Godolphin Ireland, said: “Godolphin isdelighted to sponsor the Irish awards for the fifth year. The Godolphin Studand Stable Staff Awards showcase the skills, experience and dedication of thehardworking men and women in our industry.”Bernard Caldwell, Irish Stablestaff Association Chairman, said: “The IrishStablestaff Association is very grateful to Godolphin for their continuedcommitment to our stud and stable staff. The awards are a brilliant platform toacknowledge and reward all our dedicated staff working around the country. I would encourage all trainers, breeders, owners and managers to nominatetheir colleagues by Monday June 24”. 2. RACING AND BREEDING SUPPORT SERVICES AWARDAn award to an individual who works in any non-administrative, support servicerole within the thoroughbred racing and breeding sectors. This includes, but isnot limited to, veterinary practices, farriers, horse transport, grounds staffin sales companies or racecourses, horse dentists and physiotherapists. Prize: Trophy and €4,000 to the winner and €2,000 to the winner’s stud to bedivided amongst stud employees. The other two finalists and their studs willeach receive €1,000. Prize: Trophy and €4,000 to the winner and €2,000 to the winner’s yard/stud tobe divided amongst yard/stud employees. The other two finalists and theiryards/studs will each receive €1,000. 6. IN THE SADDLE AWARD (STUD AND STABLE EMPLOYEES)An award to an individual working in a thoroughbred racing yard or stud farmwho has shown exceptional horsemanship, dedication, team spirit and skill inthe saddle such as breaking horses and/or riding-out. 9. DEDICATION TO RACING AND BREEDING AWARDAn award for an individual who has worked for a minimum of 20 years in afull-time position in any area of the thoroughbred breeding and/or racingsectors. Nominees must be currently working in the industry, although personscurrently working part-time (minimum 20 hours per week), having previouslyserved 20 years full-time, may be included. 3. ADMINISTRATION AWARDAn award to an individual who works in an administration role within thethoroughbred racing and breeding sectors. This includes, but is not limited to,racing yard and stud farm secretaries, racecourse administration staff,veterinary practice secretaries, sales companies, Horse Racing Ireland, IrishHorseracing Regulatory Board, any other racing/breeding administration bodies. Qualities:• Enthusiasm and motivation• Evidence of a desire to improve and progress skills and knowledge• Team spirit approach in the workplace• Willingness to learn with examples of involvement in industry events andactivities Prize: Trophy and €2,500 to the winner and €1,000 to the winner’s yard/stud tobe divided amongst yard/stud employees. The other two finalists will eachreceive €500. The Newcomer Award winner will also receive a five dayeducational tour to Dubai with flights and accommodation included. 8. LEADERSHIP AWARD (STABLE EMPLOYEES)An award to an individual in a supervisory or managerial role in a thoroughbredracing yard who sets and maintains high standards of horsemanship, peoplemanagement, communication skills and attention to detail (examples include:head lads, head girls, travelling head staff, etc.). Nominations open until Monday June 24 Qualities:• Dedication to horse welfare and rehabilitation in the workplace• Observant and intuitive with good attention to detail• Ability to work on own initiative• Patient and flexible with good communication skills• Positive influence in the workplace with good team spirit approach• Consistently observes high standards of health and safety in the workplace• Examples of working with sick and injured horses 10. IRISH RACING EXCELLENCE AWARDWill be presented to one of the winners of the Administration, Horse Care, Inthe Saddle, Leadership (Stud), Leadership (Stable) and Dedication to Racing andBreeding Awards who is, in the opinion of the judging panel, the most deservingof recognition for their commitment, hard work, and ongoing contribution to thehigh standards and reputation of the Irish thoroughbred industry. Prize: Trophy and €4,000 to the winner and €2,000 to the winner’s organisationto be divided amongst employees.The other two finalists and their organisations will each receive €1,000. Prize: Trophy and €4,000 to the winner and €2,000 to the winner’s yard/stud tobe divided amongst yard/stud employees. The other two finalists and theiryards/studs will each receive €1,000. Prize: €2,500 to be spent on upgrades of facilities which will benefit stableemployees. 1. RACECOURSE AWARDThe Racecourse Award will be chosen by the Irish Stablestaff Association basedon a quality programme evaluation. The survey evaluates each racecourse on arange of criteria relating to facilities available to stable employees. Theracecourse with the highest score will be selected as the recipient of theGodolphin Stud & Stable Staff Racecourse Award. Qualities:• High standard of organisational, time-management and communication skills• Attention to detail and systems/process driven• Suggests innovations and efficiencies• Positive interactions in the workplace with a team spirit approach• Examples of contributing to employer’s success in breeding and/or racing Prize: Trophy and €4,000 to the winner and €2,000 to the winner’s yard/stud tobe divided amongst yard/stud employees. The other two finalists and theiryards/studs will each receive €1,000. Qualities:• Observant and intuitive in relation to horse care and welfare• Sets clear goals and cultivates a team-oriented approach to achieve them• Motivates and mentors fellow employees and is valued as a role model in theworkplace• High standard of management skills including organisation and communication• Consistently observes high standards of health and safety in the workplace• Examples of positive influences on an individual’s and/or a team’s performance• Examples of contribution to employer’s success Qualities:• Commitment, dedication and enthusiasm• Extensive industry experience• Consistently observes high standards of health and safety in the workplace• Examples of how the nominee plays or has played a pivotal role in theiremployer’s success Qualities:• Consistently high standards of work• Positive interactions with stud and racing stable personnel• Examples of contributing to employer’s and/or client’s success in breedingand/or racingPrize: Trophy and €4,000 to the winner. The other two finalists will eachreceive €1,000. 10 award categories with over €80,000 prizemoney Qualities:• Works well as part of a team with good communication skills• Consistently observes high standards of health and safety in the workplace• Willingness to learn• Examples of exceptional horsemanship and riding skills TEN AWARD CATEGORIES Prize: Trophy and €4,000 to the winner and €2,000 to the winner’s yard to bedivided amongst yard employees. The other two finalists and their yards willeach receive €1,000. 4. NEWCOMER AWARD (STUD AND STABLE EMPLOYEES)An award to an individual who has been working in any area of the thoroughbredracing and/or breeding sector for less than five years as of Monday February18th, 2019 and who has shown commitment to and ambition for a career in theindustry including a desire to improve and progress their skills and knowledge. 5. HORSE CARE AWARD (STUD AND STABLE EMPLOYEES)An award to an individual working in a thoroughbred racing yard or stud farmwho has shown talent for horsemanship, dedication, reliability, team spirit andattention to detail in their care of horses. Prize: Trophy and €5,000 to the winner and €5,000 to the winner’s organisationto be divided amongst employees.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Cooper Page scored eight minutes into the second overtime period to give the Kimberley Dynamiters a 2-1 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Playoff victory over the Nelson Leafs Friday night at the NDCC Arena.The win gives Kimberley a 4-2 decision in the best-of-seven Kootenay Conference Final.The Dynamiters now await the winner of the Okanagan Shuswap Conference series between Osoyoos and Revelstoke.The Coyotes now lead the series 3-2 after defeating the Grizzlies 2-0 Friday in Revelstoke.Playing shorthanded with only 16 skaters dressed, including two key defenceman out of the lineup, the Leafs gave the Eddie Mountain champs everything they could handle before a crowd of more than 950 spectators.Kimberley opened the scoring when Bryce Mcdonald beat Caiden Kreitz in the Nelson nets midway through the first period. Leaf captain Sawyer Hunt tied the game in the second, scoring his first goal of the Kootenay Conference Final.The game remained tied through 60 minutes and into the second overtime period with Nelson owning much of the play in extra time, outshooting the Nitros 12-6.However, Page, combined with Brock Palmer and James Farmer beat Caiden Kreitz in the Nelson nets to lift Kimberley into the KIJHL Final.Kimberley finished the game outshooting Nelson 31-27.Cody Campbell, who shutout the Leafs 4-0 Thursday in Kimberley, won for the 12th time in the playoffs.Kreitz, replacing injured Leafs starter Josh Williams, was outstanding between the pipes for Nelson in a losing effort.Despite losing in six games to Kimberley, the season has to be considered a success as the Heritage City franchise rebounded back to one of the elite teams in the KIJHL.Not only did the Green and White capture the Murdoch Division Regular season title for the first time since 2014, but Nelson was able to make it back into the Kootenay Conference Final since 2010.The Leafs also staged a successful off-ice campaign during the season to raise awareness for Autism.SERIES NOTES: Leaf captain Sawyer Hunt and Kimberley netminder Cody Campbell were selected Game stars in Game six. . . .No word on the start date for the KIJHL Final. Game six of the Okanagan Shuswap Final goes Saturday in Osoyoos. If a Game seven is needed, it will be played Sunday in Revelstoke. . . . The KIJHL winner represents the league in the Cyclone Taylor Cup, April 12-15 in Richmond against teams from the Pacific Junior Hockey League and Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League. Richmond Sockeyes gain an automatic berth as host City. . . . Friday’s game concluded the career for 20-year-olds Sawyer Hunt, Josh Williams, Nicholas Wihak and Zach Morey.