1/21 Cleveland Tce, North Ward“All the bidders were local although we did have a lot of interest from a Sydney couple.”The apartment faces north and has views of Pallarenda, the Palm Group, Magnetic Island, the Ville and Port of Townsville and is one of only three apartments in the complex.The apartment has an antique, Asian timber double door entrance that leads to the living room while the kitchen has ample bench and cupboard space.On the ground floor is what was planned to be a gardener’s storeroom or washroom but could be used as guest accommodation.It has its own kitchenette, laundry, bathroom, bedroom and living area. 1/21 Cleveland Tce, North WardThe property listing had more than 1400 views, 50 buyer inspections and three offers prior to auction.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020RE/MAX selling agent Michele Hyde said there was three registered bidders on auction day and the bidding opened up at around $900,000 before it sold for $1.2 million.“I think the buyer got a very good buy and with the apartments built today you just can’t get that location,” she said.“The views are panoramic and from the master bedroom you have the most amazing views in all of Townsville so when you wake up between your toes you can see Magnetic Island and further down to the Palm Island Group. 1/21 Cleveland Tce, North Ward 1/21 Cleveland Tce, North WardAN APARTMNET in an ideal location with some of the best views in Townsville has sold at auction for $1.2 million.1/21 Cleveland Tce in North Ward sold to a tOWNSVILLE family who plan to rent the apartment before moving into it down the track.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment was listed for sale for the first time and is perched on Melton Hill.
Pictured from left: Casie Roland, Grayce Knapp, Sara Weaver, Leising, Jenna Orschell, Isaac Selm and Doug KriegerIndianapolis, In. — Republican state senator Jean Leising from Oldenburg recently met with members of Franklin County FFA and Franklin County Farm Bureau. The group discussed agriculture-related bills and the future of farming in Indiana.
Comments Published on November 20, 2010 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ The sloppy performances — the wins in which Syracuse barely scrapes by — are blending together for SU head coach Jim Boeheim. ‘Sooner or later, teams are going to make shots,’ Boeheim said. ‘(William & Mary) is a very good shooting team. I thought our defense was better in some ways tonight than it has been. But sooner or later, teams are going to make shots.’ Sunday, William & Mary made shots. And it almost sent SU to a wake-up call of a loss in non-conference play. Despite trailing with as little as 2:38 left in the contest, No. 10 Syracuse (4-0) held on late in a 63-60 victory over the Tribe (0-3) in front of 17,933 inside the Carrier Dome. But the win once again left Boeheim with many of the same questions from the Orange’s first three victories. Again, there was poor first-half play from SU. Again, open shots weren’t made, even as they were handed to SU by the Tribe’s matchup zone. And again, many of the veterans struggled to stay consistent. ‘It’s not what you win by,’ Boeheim said. ‘It’s how you play. We’re not playing good basketball. We haven’t played good basketball.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder text SU looked like it might reverse its trend of poor first-half play in the opening minutes of the game. The Orange got out to leads of 12-2, 20-9 and 28-18. But scoreless droughts and carefree defense would follow all of those leads, allowing William & Mary back into the contest. There was a near six-minute drought after the first 10-point lead. Then, the Tribe’s Quinn McDowell hit three 3-pointers in a row, two of which came from the exact same spot and drew Boeheim’s outrage. By the half, it was 32-30. ‘The shots will fall eventually,’ SU forward Kris Joseph said. ‘We’re not worried about that. And once they do start falling, that’s going to add another dynamic to our team.’ But they didn’t start falling in the second half. This time, the poor first-half play carried over into the second. A pair of alley-oop dunks looked to be the turning point early, as SU appeared the dominant team. But the Tribe wouldn’t give in, going on an 11-2 run to tie the game at 45-45. During that run, the Orange reverted back to its sloppy play. Scoop Jardine was rejected by the rim on a reverse layup attempt. Rick Jackson missed a close jumper. They were two of the four veterans — along with Brandon Triche and Joseph — Boeheim said need to start giving the Orange more quality minutes for SU to be successful moving forward. ‘Our veteran guys have to step up and play better,’ Boeheim said. ‘And then our other guys will go in and play OK. But we have to get those four guys playing a little better.’ This was a William & Mary team that came to the Dome off two straight 24-point losses at Virginia and Richmond. The Tribe had averaged 50.5 points per game on 36 percent shooting in those two games. But pretty soon, the Tribe found itself ahead against a top-10 team. ‘We just let it slip,’ Jackson said. ‘We gave up some shots, some wide-open 3s. They’re a team that lives and dies by the 3. For us to be up 10 or 12 and for them to shoot 3s, they’re going to be right back into the game.’ Boeheim looked up at the scoreboard after calling timeout with 6:33 left. William & Mary 54, Syracuse 52. He could only scratch his head. The worst statistical team his Orange has played all season had just taken the lead, this time way too close for comfort. Syracuse failed to recover immediately, and it wasn’t until the very end when this victory was secure thanks to two William & Mary mistakes. The first came as Jack McDowell stepped out of bounds with the Tribe trailing 62-60. And after Kris Joseph made 1-of-2 free throws, a Tribe turnover finally meant a Syracuse win. But to Boeheim, the win only meant more of the same. Little progress. More frustration. And the same state of his basketball team. ‘Right now, the reality is that we’re not a very good basketball team,’ Boeheim said. ‘Which is what I said three games ago. I don’t think I changed my mind today.’ [email protected]
USC Hillel community members celebrating Passover on campus through a large Seder meal in 2019. This year, the religious center has moved to provide remote resources including a Seder cookbook and a matchmaking system for those unable to celebrate with their family at this time. (Photo courtesy of Dave Cohn) Similarly, Dave Cohn, the executive director for Hillel, has found it interesting to celebrate Passover in a remote digital environment. Cohn said Passover is a deeply personal family experience, especially since the Seder — the celebratory dinner at the start of Passover — is the most widely observed ritual in Judaism, with the highest participation among Jewish people. “We wanted to make sure that students who were looking for ideas of how to observe Passover at home had a gateway to those things,” Cohn said. Rosie Shawver, director of campus ministry at the Catholic Center, said the center has had to modify three days of Holy Week typically celebrated with a special mass or service: Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Saturday’s Easter Vigil, which extends into Easter Sunday. While the Easter Vigil normally sees those who have desired to become Catholic become fully initiated into the church by receiving all the required sacraments including baptism, confirmation and the Eucharist, these traditions have been suspended due to coronavirus precautions, Shawver said. “Passover has been one of the least stressful things because Passover is about being with your family, and I haven’t been with my family the last two Passovers,” Miller said. “Out of everything, Passover is the kind of a thing where I’m like, ‘Oh, this is what we used to do when I was home.’” Tritney Nguyen, a senior majoring in human biology who is also a member of the Catholic Center community, said it has been a “whole different ballgame” to be at home with her family, since she has spent the last three Easter Sundays on campus. For Holy Week, she and her family have been following the masses live-streamed by their local church in Georgia, setting up chairs in their living room and getting dressed to participate virtually. For Clara Miller, a junior majoring in design, her family usually invites many people over for the two Seder meals on the first two nights of Passover. However, due to the pandemic, she and her family decided to connect with other families via Zoom, which she said was a little chaotic due to connectivity issues. Since the Archdiocese of Los Angeles announced the suspension of all Masses starting March 17, Our Savior Parish suspended daily and Sunday Masses until further notice. For Holy Week, which took place April 9 through 12, Our Savior Parish live-streamed Mass via Facebook Live and celebrated Easter Sunday Mass on Zoom. Additionally, Shawver said the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults has been postponed with no further plans for the program. “It’s great to be with my family, but it’s not the same college environment where everyone’s young and has so much energy to do everything,” Nguyen said. “It’s a change, but you know, I’m trying to just channel that energy and other things I want to do to kind of have similar experiences at home.” “What was cool about [the Masses] was that we were able to bring in different students from around the country and different musicians from around L.A. to come in,” Shawver said. “So it was cool because we were able to bring the community together.” Hillel staff has created a cheat sheet for placing a simple Seder meal together at home — especially if students are more limited on supplies — and a cookbook with family recipes. Additionally, Cohn said Hillel has offered unofficial “matchmaking” for students who are unable to have Seder with their families so that they could be connected to other families that are part of the Jewish community at USC. Hillel was able to make several matches. “When we’re in our normal routine, Hillel places an indispensable role of providing that experience in our campus home with a large Seder meal hosted by Hillel with hundreds of students in attendance,” Cohn said. “Those things we would normally provide for students, those aspects in our remote digital environment, they don’t ring true in the same way, and our approach from the outset was to honor that.” Because the majority of students from Hillel are celebrating Passover with their families, Cohn said he and the rest of the Hillel staff did not want to supplant those experiences. Instead, Hillel staff has provided students with resources from a wide spectrum of partner organizations, as well as a few of its own. However, Shawver said virtual masses have been going well for those who attend Mass at Our Savior. According to Shawver, the Revs. Richard Sunwoo and Joe Kim have been streaming Masses from chapels in their respective homes, with some members typing in prayers in the chat room during Masses on Zoom. Additionally, the Catholic Center has utilized Be.Live, another live streaming service, through Facebook to connect, including bringing local musical performers to be featured in mass, Shawver said. “It’s definitely hard not to be able to be there in person and be with the community especially during this very sacred time, but I think that it’s really awesome that we’ve been able to continue to foster a sense of community and celebrate the important holidays in our tradition,” said Katie Pavy, a senior majoring in global health. With the coronavirus bringing most religious gatherings to a halt, religious groups at USC have found ways to adapt to the pandemic. Students and staff from USC Hillel, as well as Our Savior Parish and USC Caruso Catholic Center, tailored their celebrations for Passover and Easter this week by providing more virtual activities and spaces for community members to come together online. However, Miller said that Passover has been a relief in itself during the pandemic. Despite having to transition to the online class format and being on lockdown due to coronavirus restrictions, Miller said she is grateful to be able to spend this year’s Passover with her family. “We didn’t want to assume just because Seder is so widely observed that everyone had a place to ‘go,’” Cohn said. The Caruso Catholic Center has been performing daily and Sunday Masses on Zoom since the Archdiocese of Los Angeles announced the suspension of masses until further notice. (Photo courtesy of Abigail Brucelo) “It was just a little weird,” Miller said. “We tried to position the computer in a way they could see all of the table, and my mom was yelling so that they could hear, [and] they wouldn’t hear and sometimes they disconnected. So it was a little bit chaotic and then trying to sing together, it was a total mess.”
This week Djokovic talked to Chervin Jafarieh, who founded a company called CYMBIOTIKA. The company sells herbal supplements that are supposed to help achieve “homocysteine balance” and “improve symptoms of depression,” according to his website.MORE: U.S. Open 2019: Novak Djokovic in ‘constant pain’ for weeks with shoulder issueOn the show, Djokovic brought up the theory that people’s energy can change the state of the world around them, and then suggested that humans can change the chemical makeup of food and water with their thoughts and emotions.Undaunted, ATP #1 Novak Djokovic continues to give his big platform over to some truly nutty pseudoscience blabber.Not as potentially dangerous as being anti-vaccines, but NO, you cannot change the molecular structure of water with your emotions, ffs.pic.twitter.com/BHzjOLe4r9— Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) May 7, 2020“It’s the connection that you’re talking about, the innate connection and really being present and being conscious of the moment and being conscious of the fact you’re drinking water,” Djokovic said.“I’ve seen people and I know some people that, through that energetical transformation, through the power of prayer, through the power of gratitude, they manage to turn the most toxic food or the most polluted water, into the most healing water. Because water reacts and scientists have proven that, that molecules in the water react to our emotions, to what is being said.”Jafarieh agreed with Djokovic, and even cited a study that human emotions can change the molecular state of water. Tennis star Novak Djokovic is in hot water.During quarantine, Djokovic has been hosting an Instagram Live series called “The Self Mastery Project” in which various guests come on to talk about how to change your life for the better. Many of the guests offer tips on things like visualization and other self-help techniques. But Djokovic has had a few guests who are slightly outside the normal realm of wellness. “They say if you had specific thoughts, specific emotions onto the water, if they were happy thoughts, if they were good thoughts, they created a molecular structure that had a geo-prism based on sacred geometry, meaning there was symmetry and balance,” Jafarieh said. “On the opposite end, when you give water pain, fear, frustration, anger, that water will break apart.”The study Jafarieh is citing was done by Masuro Emoto. His work has never been able to be replicated in any lab, and he declined to reproduce his results for the public.The tennis star also came under fire recently for saying that if an anti-coronavirus vaccination is mandatory for players to return to tennis, he wouldn’t take it.
Okello would have doubled the lead moments later when Taddeo won possession at the centre line, passed to Moses Waiswa who released Okello on the right flank but his effort hit on the side net.Ndugwa and Waiswa were withdrawn in the 61st minute paving way for Noah Wafula and Davis Kasirye.Goalkeeper Bashir Ssekagya remained composed in goal to deny the visitors on two occasions when they went through.Later on the manager brought on defender Ibrahim Kiyemba to replace Okello who was stretched off.The win means Vipers SC advance to the first round where they will face either GAMTEL from Gambia or Club Sportive Constantine from Algeria.*Vipers SC Starting XI: Bashir Ssekagya, Geoffrey Wasswa, Yayo Lutimba,Halid Lwalilwa, Livingstone Mulondo,Taddeo Lwanga, Brian Nkuubi, Moses Waiswa (Noah Wafula), Dan Sserunkuma,Tito Okello (Ibrahim Kiyemba), Abraham Ndugwa (Davis Kasirye)*****SOURCE: Vipers Webste (click)Share on: WhatsApp Vipers celebrate their goal. [email protected]*Total CAF Champions LeagueVipers SC ?? 1 El Merreikh?? 0(Aggregate Score 2-2 -*Vipers SC Advance on Away goals rule)Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Vipers Sports Club advanced to the next stage of the Total CAF Champions League after edging Sudanese outfit El Merreikh in the return leg of their preliminary round contest at St.Mary’s stadium on Wednesday.Abraham Ndugwa’s second half goal was enough to guide the Venoms to a 1-0 win, a result that ensured they progressed to the first round.The reverse fixture in Khartoum last week ended 2-1 in favour of Al Merreikh and the Venoms needed victory without conceding to guarantee their place.Viper started strongly but failed to capitalise on the earlier chances despite dominating proceedings in the second stanza.The best chance came 23 minutes into the game, when Tito Okello beat El Merreikh’s defence and was faced with just the goalkeeper but his shot was parried away for a corner kick.Dan Muzeeyi Sserunkuma almost scored from the resultant corner but his header at the far post went just inches off target.The priceless goal came two minutes into the second half with Ndugwa breaking the deadlock, scoring a fine goal.The forward made a quick run into the box to connect a lay up by Sserunkuma, took his time, chose his spot, before slotting home.The long awaited goal sent the fans into wild celebrations and gave Vipers SC the pole position in the fixture.
(Raiford, FL) — A Florida serial killer will be put to death tonight 25 years after committing his first murder. Gary Ray Bowles, nicknamed the I-95 killer, murdered six men from Daytona Beach to Maryland in 1994.Bowles is scheduled to be executed at 6:00 pm Eastern time at the Florida State Prison in Union County.The 57-year-old was convicted of killing six gay men over eight months starting in 1994.Even though he was in a relationship with a woman, Bowles spent most of his time picking up men in gay bars in Daytona Beach for oral sex.Bowles had a similar method of operation that helped link him to the killings. He would shove things down the throat of his victim such as a tightly rolled towel, a sex toy or leaves and dirt.
Image Courtesy: PTI/APAdvertisement vx1xNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs1d2d2fWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eaum46( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 6lWould you ever consider trying this?😱tjCan your students do this? 🌚8892j6Roller skating! Powered by Firework Concluding the T20 series against New Zealand with a dominating 5-0 whitewash, Team India is preparing to face them again in a 3 match One Day International series starting tomorrow, followed by a Test series late February. While the squad’s superstar opener Rohit Sharma is out after sustaining an injury in the final T20 match, Mayank Agarwal will finally get his maiden ODI debut, alongside Prithvi Shaw, who’s marvellous comeback has earned him his call up to the international squad.Advertisement Image Courtesy: PTI/APAfter a calf injury sustained on pitch in the fifth T20 last Sunday, Rohit Sharma retired hurt despite putting of a stunning knock of 60-off-41 in the first innings. Before the first ODI against the Kiwis tomorrow, BCCI has confirmed Mayank Agarwal to be his replacement.BCCI released the official statement of the news today morning, which reads: “NEWS : Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the upcoming ODI and the Test series against New Zealand. Mayank Agarwal has been named as his replacement in the ODI squad. #NZvIND #TeamIndia”Advertisement Tomorrow’s game will be the limited overs debut for Agarwal, as the 28 year old’s international experience has only been limited to Test cricket, where he has earned 9 caps for India.Along with Agarwal, the young sensation Prithvi Shaw has secured his entry to the Men in Blue lineup.secured the opening spot, as confirmed by skipper Virat Kohli himself.“It is unfortunate that Rohit cannot be part of the ODI series, the impact he has had is there for everyone to see. We do not have any ODI tournaments to look up to, so it is ideal for him to get recovered.” Kohli told reporters in a recent interview.While BCCI confirmed Sharma to be ruled out for the rest of New Zealand tour, Prithvi Shaw is finally getting an entry to the squad after a dope ban, thanks to the brilliant spell for India A in the unofficial matches in January, and will likely start alongside Agarwal, as the captain hints.Kohli continued: “In ODI cricket, Prithvi is definitely going to start, KL (Rahul) will play in the middle-order. We want him to get accustomed to keep and play in the middle.” Also read-Prithvi Shaw and Sanju Samson celebrate India call ups with blitzkrieg against New Zealand A Advertisement
Mark Glatt5967210%25%$287,100 Victor Espinoza545959%35%$589,060 J. Keith Desormeaux3265719%56%$234,904 ZENYATTA’S SON SHOWS PROMISE IN FIRST RACEAlthough not victorious, Ziconic had an encouraging debut, closing like his mother Zenyatta from 15 lengths last at the half-mile marker to finish third, beaten less than two lengths, in Saturday’s third race, a seven furlong test for allowance maidens.Conditioned by John Shirreffs, who also trained 2010 Horse of the Year Zenyatta for Jerry and Ann Moss, the chestnut colt sired by Tapit broke a bit slowly from his No. 5 post position in a field of seven three-year-olds and finished well after going wide into the stretch under Gary Stevens.“We knew he was going to break slow and it took him a little while to get wound up,” Stevens said. “I was at the three-eighths pole and was so far back I said, ‘Buddy, your momma could win from here, do it!’ I told John that I never got to ride the big mare Zenyatta but I know what she felt like now.“They’re going to have a lot of fun with Ziconic. The best part is that he enjoys his job, he loved what he was doing, especially that last eighth of a mile.” Peter Miller811041012%30%$399,555 Santiago Gonzalez17031262018%45%$1,279,474 Peter Eurton6210151016%56%$670,368 (Current Through Saturday, Feb. 20) FINISH LINES: In his first work since winning the Grade II San Marcos Stakes on Feb. 6, Flamboyant went four furlongs Sunday on Santa Anita’s fast main track in 49.60 under regular rider Brice Blanc for trainer Paddy Gallagher . . . Multiple graded stakes winner Wild Dude worked five furlongs in 1:01.20 for Jerry Hollendorfer, who said the come-from-behind specialist is a candidate for the San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs on March 12 . . . Probable for next Saturday’s $100,000 Sensational Star Stakes at about 6 1/2 furlongs on turf in the Golden State Series: Alert Bay, Martin Garcia; Aotearoa, Drayden Van Dyke; Boozer, Gary Stevens; Forest Chatter, Mike Smith; McHeat, Fernando Perez; Pay the Fine, Mario Gutierrez; Richard’s Boy, Flavien Prat; and Solid Wager, Victor Espinoza. McHeat worked four furlongs on the main track Sunday in 50.20 for Barry Abrams . . . Committed stretch runner Big John B worked five furlongs in 1:02.80 for leading trainer Phil D’Amato, who has three races under consideration: the Santa Anita Handicap, the San Luis Rey, and the Tokyo City Cup. D’Amato also worked Midnight Storm five furlongs on the dirt training track in 1:01.60 for the Grade I Frank E. Kilroe Mile on turf March 12. Fernando Perez11011101710%35%$598,924 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS SONGBIRD COULD SURFACE IN THE SANTA YSABELSMOKEY IMAGE HAS ‘EASY’ DRILL FOR SAN FELIPEZENYATTA’S SON PROMISING THIRD IN DEBUT RACEAGENT HAS WINNING DUO IN MALDONADO, LOPEZ Edwin Maldonado1152110918%35%$744,125 Flavien Prat15128162219%44%$1,705,947 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Richard Baltas70119916%41%$857,969 David Lopez1132081618%39%$598,201 Jeff Bonde2472329%50%$155,685 John Sadler5377413%34%$367,129 Vladimir Cerin3093430%53%$300,070 Gary Stevens4696620%46%$1,045,378 Rafael Bejarano16533321720%50%$1,585,157 Mike Smith64761111%38%$924,665 Jerry Hollendorfer901071311%33%$800,681 George Papaprodromou3162519%42%$150,460 J.R. PEGRAM HAS MALDONADO, LOPEZ ON A ROLLDon’t look now, but combined, under the aegis of agent J.R. Pegram, Edwin Maldonado and David Lopez have won more races at Santa Anita this meet than individual leader Rafael Bejarano (33) or runner-up Santiago Gonzalez (31).Through 34 racing days, Maldonado had 21 wins, while apprentice Lopez, who has missed the last six days due to soreness suffered in a riding mishap on Feb. 12, was stalled at 20, for a total of 41 between them.Hard work is paying off.“They’re good workers and they do everything that’s asked of them,” Pegram said. “We’re getting a little bit of business with everybody. That’s the key. They’re not doing it for just one person, they’re doing it for everybody.“It makes a big difference when every trainer out there is willing to use your jocks. It makes it easier. They’re both well liked so we’re just kind of going with it.“I’ve been an agent since 1992. Everything’s going good. I can’t complain.”Added Maldonado, who rode maiden winner Bistraya to a ninth-place finish after prompting the early pace for trainer Ricky Agarie in Saturday’s Risen Star Stakes:“I’m very happy. J.R. is a good guy and he knows what he’s doing. We started 2016 on the right foot. I had two wins for Phil D’Amato last Saturday, I’m still riding for Jeff Bonde, and Doug O’Neill has put me on a few. It all helps.” Steven Miyadi3979518%54%$250,219 Philip D’Amato8418141321%54%$1,013,715 Joseph Talamo15217192011%37%$926,069 Patrick Gallagher2463525%58%$464,833 Kent Desormeaux6911191016%58%$935,759 UNBEATEN SMOKEY IMAGE WORKS FOR SAN FELIPEUndefeated Smokey Image worked five furlongs in company Sunday morning in 1:00.40 under Victor Espinoza for his first foray in a graded race, the Grade II, $400,000 San Felipe Stakes at 1 1/16 miles on March 12.Smokey Image, a California-bred son of 2004 Santa Anita Handicap winner Southern Image, worked with Excessive Kid, who was clocked in 1:01 flat.“I just worked him in company to give him a little target,” trainer Carla Gaines said of Smokey Image, winner of all six of his starts, including an 8 ½-length romp in the California Cup Derby on Jan. 30.“He did it pretty easily,” Gaines said of the workout. Doug O’Neill11716162014%44%$917,033 Bob Baffert6916101023%52%$1,185,160 Mario Gutierrez13116221912%44%$990,856 Martin Pedroza6176311%26%$186,420 SONGBIRD IN ‘BRILLIANT’ DRILL; COULD GO IN SANTA YSABELChampion filly Songbird could make her next start in the Grade III Santa Ysabel Stakes for three-year-old fillies at a mile and a sixteenth on March 5.Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer did not rule out the $100,000 race after the undefeated Eclipse Award winner as best in her division as a two-year-old last year worked five furlongs on Santa Anita’s fast main track Sunday in 1:00.80 under regular rider Mike Smith.Asked if the brilliant daughter of Medaglia d’Oro might run in the Santa Ysabel before the Grade I, $400,000 Santa Anita Oaks on April 9, Hollendorfer left the door open, saying, “I haven’t made my mind up,” but either way, he was delighted with the work.“A minute and four-fifths and just as easy as you please,” he said.Smith summed up the work in one word: “Brilliant.”Songbird made her three-year-old debut in the Grade II Las Virgenes Stakes at one mile on Feb. 6, winning off “by a pole” as the saying goes, the actual margin being 6 ½ lengths. Martin Garcia78128815%36%$775,954 William Spawr2675327%58%$186,652 Drayden Van Dyke93991210%32%$541,434 Agapito Delgadillo6096615%35%$224,677 Trainer Sts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Tyler Baze16819272511%42%$998,871 Kristin Mulhall3165219%42%$266,135 -30-