EODMU 12 Command Master Chief Relieved

first_img Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 12 Command Master Chief Petty Officer Bryan Bymer was relieved of his duties Jan. 23 as a result of misconduct.Following an official investigation, Commanding Officer of EODMU-12 Cmdr. Ken Kleinschnittger relieved Bymer due to admitted fraternization that occurred at a previous duty station.Bymer has been temporarily reassigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group (EODGRU) 2. A new command master chief has yet to be named.Press release, Image: US Navy View post tag: News by topic Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today EODMU 12 Command Master Chief Relieved EODMU 12 Command Master Chief Relieved Share this article View post tag: chief View post tag: Master View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: americas View post tag: EODMU 12 View post tag: Command January 26, 2015 View post tag: Relievedlast_img read more

UNC-Chapel Hill student dies while hiking in Utah

first_imgUNC-Chapel Hill student dies while hiking in Utah The Left Loop Trail of the Tsali Trail Complex will temporarily close for trail maintenance beginning Monday, July 13, on the Cheoah Ranger District, Nantahala National Forest, the Forest Service said in a news release. After work is complete the Left Loop Trail will reopen but the Right Loop Trail will close for maintenance work until mid-October. Temporary trail closures in the Tsali Complex for trail maintenance Sally Sasz, a 21-year-old student at UNC-Chapel Hill and Charlotte, NC native, passed away while hiking in Utah on July 6. Sasz was in California visiting a family friend, then traveled to Utah over the weekend to hike with another friend, the Charlotte Observer reports. There is no official cause of death, but Sasz’s father told the Observer that heat was the most likely cause.  Work includes the replacement of two trail bridges, trail tread repair, trail reroutes, brushing and vegetation removal and water drainage repair.  Load up the car and head to Hounds Drive-in in Kings Mountain, NC on Tuesday, July 14 to catch the NC premier of Teton Gravity Research’s newest mountain bike film ACCOMPLICE. Directed by Jeremy Grant, ACCOMPLICE is a homage to all the crazy adventures and crazier comrades that result from our finest sidekick—the mountain bike. center_img Gates open at 6pm and the film begins at sunset, around 8:40pm. Tickets are $40 per vehicle. Snag your tickets here.  Sasz was a Morehead-Cain merit scholar at UNC and was described by friends as a “bright light.” She grew up in Charlotte and attended Charlotte Country Day School, where she competed in varsity tennis and basketball and was the president of Country Day’s National Art Honor Society.  Mountain biking film ACCOMPLICE to premier at Hounds Drive-in in Kings Mountain, NC Photo from Getty Imageslast_img read more

240 players from 57 countries for Lagos Open Tennis

first_imgRelatedPosts Sanwo-Olu celebrates Sen. Tinubu at 60 Breaking: Sanwo-Olu okays full reopening of churches, mosques, cinemas, gyms Tinubu greets Lagos Deputy Governor at 56 Nigeria’s commercial nerve centre, Lagos, is set to play host to no fewer than 240 players from 57 countries in this year’s Lagos Open Tennis Championship.The championship will hold at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan, Lagos from October 7 to 20.The Lagos Open, which before 2018 edition was known as the Governor’s Cup Lagos Tennis, is organised annually to celebrate the sitting Governor of Lagos State since the government of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. This year’s, the 19th edition, will be the first in the government of Babajide Sanwo-Olu.The 240 players, according to the International Tennis Federation, include 133 who will compete in the men’s singles and doubles events, while 107 players will play in the women’s singles and doubles during the ITF World Tour in Lagos, one of the emerging mega cities of the world.Twenty-eight-year-old Japanese, Shuichi Sekiguchi, is the highest ranked player in the men’s category. He is ranked 286 on the ATP world ranking, followed by Tunisian, Skander Mansouri, who is on number 341 and French Tom Jomby (404). Jomby is a regular face in the Lagos Open as well as compatriot Calvin Hemery (561). Zimbabwe’s Benjamin Lock (471) and Takanyi Garanganga  (623) are making a return to Lagos.The highest ranked Nigeria men player in this year’s competition is Joseph Imeh Ubon, who is ranked 1,537 and followed by Sylvester Emmanuel (1897).Italian Giulia Gatto-Monticone is leading the women’s players to the 19th Lagos Open Tennis. She is 161 on WTA world ranking, followed by Aleksandrina Naydenova from Bulgaria (218) and Amandine Hesse from France (236) making the top three.A good number of the women players are returning to Lagos this year. They include Valeriya Strakhova (384) from Ukraine, Julia Terziyska (427) from Bulgaria (427), Austrian Melanie Klaffner (612) and American Alexandra Riley (1126), Israeli Ester Masuri and Nigerian-born American, Adesuwa Osabuohien.Some of the registered Nigerian women players are Barakat Oyinlomo Quadre, Sarah Adegoke, Blessing Anuna, Aanu Ayegbusi and Blessing Samuel.Some of the countries where the players will be coming to Lagos include USA, France, Britain, Canada, Russia, Australia, Austria, Mexico, Germany, Ukraine, India, Italy, Japan, China, Portugal, Spain, Brazil, Argentina and host, Nigeria.A total prize of $100,000 is at stake in the two weeks event in the men ($50,000) and women ($50,000).Tags: Babajide Sanwo-OluLagos Lawn Tennis Clublast_img read more

Uganda Cranes back home from historic AFCON

first_imgKu Kisaawe Entebbe, Uganda Cranes naroo pic.twitter.com/hZXeoCyFwS— Radio Simba (@simbaradio) January 26, 2017Tweets about @UgandaCranes Belgium-based teenager Miya latched on to the ball outside the box and gave goalkeeper Oumar Sissoko no chance with a stinging shot.Mali levelled when Bissouma slammed a medium-range free-kick in front of goal past a poorly organised defensive wall and wide of goalkeeper Robert Odongkara.The first competitive match between the countries took place in a 20,000-seat stadium built for the tournament outside the town of Oyem.Readying a venue surrounded by a huge rain forest was a close call with workers applying the finishing touches just hours before the first matches last week.Like the other three Cup of Nations venues in Gabon, the Oyem pitch has come under fire from coaches.Tournament officials showed little sympathy, however, with one telling Ivory Coast handler Michel Dussuyer “you have played on worse elsewhere”.CAF committee member and former Senegal striker Khalilou Fadiga was equally unmoved by complaints.“Let the players not expect the pitches in Africa to be like those in Europe,” he said.Farouk Miya has been selected as the Total Man of the Match! Well done! #CAN2017 #FootballTogether #UGAMLI pic.twitter.com/Js3BM0Mu6h— CAF (@CAF_Online) January 25, 2017Cranes starting XI: Robert Odongkara; (GK) Denis Iguma, Murshid Jjuuko, Hassan Waswa Mawanda, Godfrey Walusimbi;  Khalid Aucho, Geoffrey Kizito, Moses Oloya, Luwagga Kizito, Joseph Ochaya and Farouk Miya Share on: WhatsApp Uganda 2–1 Nigeria Nasur  11′Omondi  58′Eyo  54′ LIVE – AFCONcenter_img The full Cranes contingent of players and officials to AFCON 2017Uganda Cranes are back home after their historic return to the high table of African football – The African Cup of Nations finals.Uganda played three games, losing two and drawing their final game against Mali.They flew out of Gabon Thursday via Addis Ababa and arrived Entebbe Airport Friday at 1.40 am..The @UgandaCranes contingent from Gabon for AFCON has arrived safely at Entebbe Airport aboard Ethiopian Airlines. @Airtel_Ug— Uganda FA [FUFA] (@OfficialFUFA) January 26, 2017 Egypt defeat painful, lessons learntUganda coach Milutin Sredojevic admitted the way in which his side were knocked out of the Africa Cup of Nations with a last-gasp defeat to Egypt on Saturday was a crushing blow.“We have come after 39 years and paid for the lesson in a hard way. If you lose in a convincing way you accept it, but in this way it is very hard to accept.“We tried our best but unfortunately it was not enough,” said “Micho” after Abdallah El Said’s 89th-minute strike, from a Mohamed Salah assist, gave Egypt a 1-0 win in the Group D encounter in Port-Gentil.“This level of competition demands total focus of concentration on details that decide games.“We couldn’t keep that concentration up to the last moment — when we were supposed to close the game out we allowed a counterattack and the experience and quality of Salah made the difference“Now we need to pick up the pieces and look forward in order to see who will play the last game — it is hard to say who will play in the last game, we have certain injuries like (goalkeeper Denis) Onyango. ****PREVIEWUganda Cranes start their final AFCON 2017 game against Mali today with a team minus three key players who started the heart-breaking match against Egypt.Striker Geoffrey Massa has been dropped to the bench while goalkeeper Denis Onyango and defender Denis Timothy Awany will not be part of one final push for a goal and win due to injuries.Cranes will hope to wind up their return to the high table of African football with a goal, and win, when they take on Mali today.“We came here to play three Cup finals — the first we lost on a penalty to Ghana and the second we lost in the last minute on the counterattack. We will see how we play the last match but the ambition remains that we want to go home with pride and with a win.” said Uganda coach Milutin Sredojevic as he looked forward to third and final ‘final’.Uganda, already eliminated after the Egypt defeat, will hope to bow out of their first Cup of Nations in 39 years by registering a first goal and a first win since their last appearance in 1978.Uganda’s last goal was scored by legend Phillip Omondi as Uganda marched over Nigeria 2-1 in March 1978 ***FT: Mali 1 (Bissouma 73) Uganda 1 (Miya 70) ; Egypt 1 (Salah 11) Ghana 0QUARTERS:Senegal vs Cameroon;  Burkina Faso vs Tunisia ; Morocco vs Egypt;  DR Congo vs GhanaAfrica Cup of Nations Group DEgypt         3 2 1 0 2 0 7 – qualifiedGhana       3 2 0 1 2 1 6 – qualifiedMali           3 0 2 1 1 2 2Uganda    3 0 1 2 1 3 1Farouk Miya scored a historic goal, but it was not enough to give Uganda their first win of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations final.Miya grabbed Uganda’s first goal of AFCON 2017 in the second half versus Mali, the first goal at this level by Cranes since Phillip Omondi scored against Nigeria in March 14, 1978.Mali responded soon after on a rain-drenched Oyem pitch, Yves Bissouma equalizing soon after.Belgium-based Miya last year also scored the lone goal against Comoros that put Uganda into their first Nations Cup finals – since Omondi’s 1978 team.Mali’s midfielder Yves Bissouma (L) challenges Uganda’s defender Godfrey Walusimbi during the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations group D football match between Uganda and Mali in Oyem on January 25, 2017. AFP PHOTOEgypt top groupUganda had already been eliminated and Mali needed to win and hope Egypt lost to Ghana to have a chance of sneaking through as runners-up.But record seven-time champions Egypt won 1-0 in Port-Gentil to top the final standings with seven points and Ghana also progressed with six.Mali ended third with two points and Uganda, returning to the tournament after a 39-year absence, came last with a solitary point.Miya gave the Ugandan Cranes a 70th-minute lead in northern Gabon and Bissouma equalised three minutes later.A torrential pre-match downpour created puddles of water in some areas of the pitch.In such demanding conditions, teams often prefer a direct, long-ball approach, but the Malian Eagles and the Ugandan Cranes opted for a passing game.It delivered comical results at times as players from both teams overran a ball that got stuck in the heavy pitch.Miya in action. PHOTO AFPGenuine scoring chances were scarce with Mali captain Yacouba Sylla coming as close as anyone to breaking the opening-half deadlock.Impressive winger Bissouma pushed the ball into the area just outside the box and Sylla unleased a shot that was just too high.After having a 69th-minute goal correctly disallowed with two players clearly offside, Uganda went ahead almost immediately after.last_img read more

FIFA reveals suspended FUFA boss Magogo’s plea bargain in tickets charge

first_imgFUFA STATEMENTToday 10th October 2019, FUFA is in receipt of the official letter from FIFA about the FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo.As earlier communicated by the FUFA President at the 95th FUFA General Assembly in Adjumani on 28th September 2019, the FIFA letter (Adj. ref. no. 22/2019) confirms the agreed position of invoking article 67 of the FIFA Ethics Code of application of the Plea Bargain and consequently Eng. Moses Magogo will be out of National and International football activities for a period of 2 months effective 10th October 2019.Eng. Magogo is also required to pay 10,000 CHF within 30 days from today and this will be the conclusive closure of this matter.Following similar procedures for 2014 FIFA World Cup as the case was for the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups, there was an anomaly with regulations governing FIFA World Cup Tickets and the FUFA President opted to take responsibility in order to conclude the matter.During the 2 months, the FUFA 1st Vice President Mr. Justus Mugisha will act as the FUFA President.It is Our Game, It is Our Country.****URNShare on: WhatsApp Magogo has risen in the ranks at both FIFA and CAF. Here, he poses with FIFA president Infantino at a Doha meeting . PHOTO FUFA MEDIAKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The world football governing body FIFA has today confirmed that the FUFA President, Moses Hassim Magogo is suspended for two months for involvement in 2014 FIFA World Cup tickets resale.FIFA revealed that Magogo had entered into a plea bargain over the issue. A plea bargain is an arrangement between prosecutor and defendant whereby the defendant pleads guilty to a lesser charge in exchange for a more lenient sentence or an agreement to drop other charges.According to FIFA the suspension became effective upon the validation of the agreement by the chairman of the adjudicatory chamber on 10 October 2019.Last month Magogo announced during the Fufa Assembly in Adjumani that he was steeping aside for two months to give FIFA chance to investigate the matter.But in a communication released by FIFA on Thursday, Magogo will be suspended for two months without being involved in football matters both locally and internationally. He will also pay a fine of sh37 million (10,000 Swiss Francs).“In accordance with art. 67 par.1 of the FIFA Code of Ethics, the parties have mutually agreed on the following sanctions: a fine of 10,000 Swiss Francs and a two-month suspension from taking part in any kind of football-related activity at national and international level,” stated the FIFA letter.“The chairman of the adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee has ratified the plea bargain entered into by Mr Moses Hassim Magogo, President of the Federation of Uganda Football Associations and member of the Confederation of African Football Executive Committee, and the chairperson of the investigatory chamber,” added the letter.Investigation into Magogo’s alleged resale of the World Cup tickets was opened on 23 July 2018. Member of Parliament for Makindye Allan Ssewanyana reported the matter to FIFA in 2017.Justus Mugisha, the Fufa Vice President is the acting President as Magogo serves his two month suspension.last_img read more

England’s Enrique shares Carris Trophy lead

first_img England’s Enrique Dimayuga scored four-under par 64 at West Sussex Golf Club today and shares the first round lead in the Carris Trophy with Italians Andrea Romano and Julien Paltrinieri. Dimayuga (pictured top) celebrated his 16th birthday yesterday and declared that his present was the arrival of a hot putter for today’s first round of the English U18 boys’ open championship. The pair will be rooting for each other: “When we play the same competitions we help each other along and so we are happy when one of us plays well,” added Paltrinieri.  Click here for full scores 25 Jul 2017 England’s Enrique shares Carris Trophy lead After tomorrow’s second round the field will be cut to the top 60 players and ties who will qualify for the final 36 holes.  “It was cold last week at the McGregor, it was cold the week before, but today it came nice and hot,” said Dimayuga, from Cuddington, Surrey. “I was hitting the middle of the greens and holing putts, it was just solid.  Together, the trio head an impressive leaderboard boasting 31 players who matched par or better, despite the heathery challenge which cost some of the other players dearly.   Paltrinieri (pictured left) made one brief excursion into the thick stuff, which led to his solitary bogey, but for the rest, he said: “I played really solid and my short game was very good.”  The U16 boy international is in good form having taken fifth place in last week’s McGregor Trophy, the English U16 boys’ open. He’d love to go better this week – as would his co-leaders.  “I have to stay focussed for four days to win this tournament. One hole can destroy you if you miss the fairway,” said Romano, 17.  Behind them is a group of three on three-under 65 which includes England players Matt Freeman (Notts.) and Robin Williams (Peterborough Milton). Freeman was first to post his score and reaped the benefit of lots of hard work on his putting.  “Putting has been my weak spot but I have really worked on it to get it up to scratch. Today I trusted the lines on the greens and, while I holed a few long ones, I was very confident over the six-footers,” he said.  “Shooting under par is always a pleasure but this is such a prestigious tournament it makes it more incredible.”  He marked his debut in style reaching the turn in two-over, before playing home with nine straight pars. “This course suits my game, if you hit fairways and greens it gives you a chance,” he said.  They’re being chased by a seven-strong group on two-under which includes 17-year-old Ben Quinney (Bearsted). He is playing in one of his first English championships, having worked hard over the last year to get his handicap low enough to make the field of 144 players – from an entry of over 200. Romano is keen to add to his portfolio of four Italian championships. The most recent is the U18 title, which he won a week after coming runner-up in the French boys. Meanwhile, Paltrinieri would like to take a big title home, to sit alongside the 2016 British girls’ win of his younger sister, Emilie.  Images copyright Leaderboard Photographylast_img read more

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – SATURDAY MARCH 18, 2017

first_imgHUNCH PLAY PREVAILS ON ST. PATRICK’S DAY Doug O’Neill14618282112%46%$1,623,866 Corey Nakatani73138718%38%$790,767 Vladimir Cerin51912918%59%$491,664 Martin Pedroza11115202114%50%$637,027 Peter Miller9828221029%61%$1,378,586 Tiago Pereira10712111711%37%$415,991 William Spawr31114435%61%$342,440 MANDELLA MAY HAVE A HIT FROM OKLAHOMA Jerry Hollendorfer12126182221%55%$1,693,129 STEVENS, ASHLEY REUNITED FOR SAN LUIS REY            Ashleyluvssugar is set for next Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Luis Rey Stakes for older horses at a mile and a half on turf, and he’ll be reunited with Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens, who missed riding the six-year-old in the California Cup Turf Classic Jan. 28 while still recovering from hip replacement surgery.Stevens had ridden Ashleyluvssugar five straight times and nine times in his last 10 starts before Flavien Prat took over to win the Cal Cup Turf Classic. Prat rides in Dubai next Saturday.Ashleyluvssugar, a California-bred son of Game Plan out of the 16-year-old dam Ashley’s Folly, who resides at Magali Farms in Santa Ynez, worked five furlongs on Santa Anita’s main track Friday in 1:01 under exercise rider Jose Aragon.“I got him a little bit quicker than that, but I like the way he did it,” said Peter Eurton, who trains Ashley for owners/breeders Sharon Alesia, Bran Jam Stable and Ciaglia Racing, LLC.Ashleyluvssugar has been a mainstay with Team Eurton since day one. Not only did the bay gelding win the San Luis Rey under Stevens in 2015, overall he has a 9-3-3 record from 20 starts with earnings of $1,145,004.Understandably, it’s become more than a business relationship between trainer and horse.“There’s always an emotional attachment for a horse you’ve had since he was a baby,” Eurton allowed. “We raised him and we’ve had his brothers and sisters. I’m going to have three other siblings (Ashley’s Sassy, Ashley’s Bambino and Ashley’s Cutie) at the race track at the same time.“I would love to take a photo of those four galloping together down the lane. That would be so cool.“They’re all different, every single one of them, but he is obviously the best of the bunch. The four out of that mare all won maiden special (weight races). There was a horse years back that got loose and jumped over the fence at Hollywood Park and almost wound up in the infield lake. That was his brother, Ashley’s Bambino. He came out of that episode to win another race.“Ashley’s Folly is just a good mare and we’ve got a lot of emotion involved with her.”Just like all her siblings. TrainerMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Richard Baltas12221211917%50%$1,223,952 Santiago Gonzalez12713211710%40%$661,673 STEVENS, ASHLEYLUVSSUGAR TOGETHER AGAIN Mike Smith561861432%68%$1,871,827 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Flavien Prat22351354323%58%$3,213,930 Mario Gutierrez95817108%37%$728,435 Rafael Bejarano13421232316%50%$1,395,101 John Sadler6010121217%57%$625,380 Luis Contreras8910102311%48%$487,537 Edwin Maldonado761191114%41%$363,016 Victor Espinoza62915715%50%$755,487 Peter Eurton56116720%43%$576,057 (Current Through Friday, March 17) Mark Glatt749111012%41%$452,655 Joseph Talamo15321162014%37%$736,038 Kent Desormeaux13730171522%45%$1,690,242 Bob Baffert591381022%53%$1,303,516 OKLAHOMA-BRED MAKES DEBUT SUNDAY FOR MANDELLAIf Taxman’s Quest comes anything close to Rogers and Hammerstein’s smash musical hit “Oklahoma,” Richard Mandella can expect rave reviews after Sunday’s $75,000 Pasadena Stakes for three-year-olds at a mile on turf.Taxman’s Quest, a son of Euroears bred in Oklahoma by his owners, the Litsch Family LLC, is unbeaten in his only two races, both sprints on dirt at Remington Park. He hasn’t raced since last Oct. 21, but has been firing bullets for Mandella at Santa Anita in preparation for the Pasadena.“A friend of a friend asked if I would be interested in him, and I looked up his races,” Mandella said in explaining how he acquired the chestnut gelding. “Yes, the races were against Oklahoma-breds, but pretty impressive, I thought.“We got him here and he’d had a little rest, but he’s trained very well up to this race.”Master of the understatement, Mandella might have outdone himself with that one. On March 14, Taxman’s Quest went five furlongs in 59.20, fastest of 23 drills at the distance; March 8, six furlongs in 1:12.40, fastest of 19; and March 1, five furlongs in 59.80, fastest of 42.“I wasn’t looking to run him on the turf,” Mandella said, “but it was the only option I had, so I’m going to try and get a race into him and see what we’ve got. I don’t know why he wouldn’t handle the turf.”While Oklahoma-breds racing in California are about as rare as snow in Pasadena, there have been at least two of note, 1986 Horse of the Year and Hall of Fame member Lady’s Secret, and 2007 Breeders’ Cup Mile winner Kip Deville.The Pasadena, race eight of nine: Big Sky Logan, Corey Nakatani. 30-1; Taxman’s Quest, Flavien Prat, 8-1; Ritzy A.P., Victor Espinoza, 15-1; Ky. Colonel, Mike Smith, 6-1; Taco, J.M. Rios, 6-1, Cistron, Tyler Baze, 4-1; Monster Man, Rafael Bejarano, 20-1; Conquest Farenheit, Norberto Arroyo Jr., 5-2; Zakaroff, Joe Talamo, 6-1; and Bird Is the Word, Kent Desormeaux, 6-1. Norberto Arroyo, Jr.1001911919%39%$836,516 Philip D’Amato8516121319%48%$1,121,550 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Jamie Theriot7387511%27%$405,770             FINISH LINES: Friday’s St. Patrick’s Day program ended on a fitting note, as favored Irish Dame powered to a 3 ½ length win for trainer Vann Belvoir, giving leading man Flavien Prat his third win on the card and his 51st overall, through 44 racing days . . . With Spring Training in full swing in both Florida and Arizona, Nick Alexander’s homebred Pee Wee Reese got the ball rolling yesterday, capturing the first race, a $56,000 allowance at 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf course, by 5 ¾ lengths under Joe Talamo. Named for the Dodgers’ legendary Hall of Fame second baseman, “Pee Wee” notched his third consecutive win for trainer Phil D’Amato. Alexander will hope to be in the Winner’s Circle again following’s today’s 10th race, as his homebred Catfish Hunter, a 3-year-old half brother to Pee Wee Reese, stretches out to a mile on turf with Tyler Baze up for trainer Steve Miyadi . . . Mike Smith compiles Frequent Flier mileage over the next week. The Hall of Fame rider pilots American Anthem for Bob Baffert today in the Rebel Stakes at Oaklawn Park in Arkansas, returns to his home base of Santa Anita to ride Sunday, then heads halfway around the world to the Middle East where he rides Arrogate in the $10 million Dubai World Cup next Saturday. Agent Brad Pegram said Smith should be back in California next Sunday, March 29, but not in time to ride at Santa Anita. Baffert leaves Santa Anita this afternoon to hook up with Arrogate . . . There is a single ticket Jackpot Pick Six carryover today of $289,904.62 . . . Apprentice jockey Evin Roman has been suspended five racing days (March 23, 24, 25, 26 and 30) for interference aboard Candy Boss in last Sunday’s seventh race, which resulted in a disqualification from third to fourth. Tyler Baze23942443018%49%$2,216,922 J. Keith Desormeaux4394521%42%$504,945 Ruben Fuentes7671469%36%$200,320 Stewart Elliott14916162311%37%$772,968 Steven Miyadi59815614%49%$386,106last_img read more