Bouvet Island is, uniquely, thousands of km from the next nearest land, even other islands. Its Southern Ocean location, isolation and the exposure of its surrounding cliffs have resulted in only rare visits by ship and its coastal marine fauna is little known. For animal taxa with non-pelagic larvae, such as cheilostome bryozoans, the shelf environment of Bouvet is a rare example of isolated oceanic communities. Agassiz trawl samples of the 2003 ANT XXI-2 cruise of the PFS Polarstern collected a total of 18 species of cheilostomes at four sites around Bouvet Island. Of these only four had been reported before amongst the 20 species of cheilostome previously known from this locality. Furthermore eight of the genera are reported for the first time from Bouvet Island. The assemblages were dominated by Austroflustra vulgaris, and in one case Nematoflustra flagellata. The bryozoan fauna seems to be depauperate and bears only low (32% at species and 46% at genus level) similarity to any location within 3,000 km. Its species composition is typically Southern Ocean, with most affinity to the Scotia Arc and Weddell Sea whereas at generic level it is most similar to the Subantarctic Prince Edward Archipelago.
Sumner Newscow report â€” The Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce/Convention Visitor’s Bureau has announced that Annarose White will become the new Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director. We’ll have more information soon.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
Paris, France | AFP | Premier League champions Chelsea are the subject of a FIFA investigation, reportedly for possible breaches over the signing of foreign youth players, world football’s governing said on Wednesday.“We can confirm that an investigation is ongoing,” a FIFA spokesperson told AFP. “However please note that we cannot provide any details concerning the matters under investigation.”According to The Times newspaper, FIFA were looking into “possible breaches of the regulations regarding the signing of young foreign players”, while Chelsea replied: “Chelsea FC complies with all FIFA statutes and regulations.”The alleged offences were reported to be “less serious” than the violations committed by Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid that prompted FIFA last year to issue the Spanish clubs with transfer bans. Chelsea were initially hit with a transfer embargo in 2009 following the transfer of Gael Kakuta from French club Lens, but the ruling was overturned following an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.They were also under investigation last year over the signing of Burkina Faso forward Bertrand Traore after images emerged of him playing for Chelsea when he was just 16 and before he received international clearance.Real and Atletico were barred from registering new players for two transfer windows in January 2016 for irregularities in the signing of foreign players under the age of 18.Real’s sanction was halved on appeal by CAS, allowing the European champions to recruit players this past summer, but Atletico are unable to sign anyone until January 2018.Share on: WhatsApp
“I’m chuffed to bits,” he said after collecting the trophy. “But I made hard work of it with a bogey at the 16th when I hit a six iron into a bush. I left it in there, got it out with my third shot then took three more for a bogey six.“It put me under pressure because I knew the situation. I knew I needed a birdie at the last to win and I managed to do it with that ten footer.”On a scorching day in the shadow of the Malvern Hills, for most of the time it seemed a two-horse race between Kemp and playing partner Williams. There was seldom more than a stroke between them but when Scarrett posted a 70 to set the target at one under 212, there was little room for error. 7 Jul 2013 Final hole birdie sees Kemp to his Holy Grail John Kemp found the missing link in his long and successful career when he rolled in a ten foot birdie putt on the final green to win the Logan Trophy, the English Men’s Mid Amateur Championship at a sun-drench Worcestershire Golf Club.The 45 year old from Bedford carded a closing 72 for 211, two under par, and a one stroke winning margin over playing partner Paul Williams from Lancashire and local man Paul Scarrett.Kemp (image copyright Leaderboard Photography) came into the championship with three British Mid Amateur titles but was lacking the English crown despite two runners-up spots. “I just want to get the monkey off my back,” he said with a round left. And he did just that. Both Kemp and Williams went out in 34 but the Lancastrian began faltering with three bogeys in five holes, while Kemp dropped a shot at the 11th. But they were tied again when Kemp took his six at 16 and they came to the par four last with still a shot between them. Both found the green in regulation with Williams some 30 feet from the pin and Kemp around ten feet away. In front of an eager crowd in front of the clubhouse, Williams coolly draining his for a superb three, which meant he, Scarrett and Kemp were level on one under.It looked to be a sudden death playoff but Kemp was not to be denied and although his ball seemed to hesitate on the edge of the cup, it dropped it to the cheers of the crowd.“That was a great way to finish, wasn’t it,” added Kemp. “It’s the sort of situation that tests you and I’m glad I passed that test. I played the front nine O.K. but the wind was different today. It switched around and all the holes played differently. It made it tricky but I’m glad I had the guts to finish the way I did.”For his part, Williams said: about his final putt: “Well, it had to go in, didn’t it? I holed quite a few of them. John’s a great fellow and a true champion.” Scarrett’s closing 70 certainly put the cat among the pigeons and he deserved his runner-up spot. But the best round of the day, a 68, was posted by Steve Watton from Burhill in Surrey with five birdies which hauled him up to equal ninth place on 219.Thomas Burley from Somerset made a brave defence of the title he won last year at Saunton with a closing 72 for 221 and 14th place.
By John BurtonMIDDLETOWN – With the opening of Memorial Sloan Kettering’s new facility scheduled shortly, a potential traffic glitch appears to be getting fixed.The cancer treatment facility, located at 480 Red Hill Road in Middletown, poses difficulty for motorists traveling south on Red Hill Road to access the site, given there is really no direct left-hand turn onto the property. But a recent discussion with a township official and representatives from the medical facility with representatives from the state Turnpike Authority has produced what they hope will be a solution.“It’s an issue we identified a while back, actually,” acknowledged Township Administrator Anthony Mercantante. The issue for drivers has been there going back to when the location was used by Alcatel-Lucent Technologies as an office complex. Employees, however, in relatively short order realized they could get into the site by using the Garden State Parkway Exit 114 northbound roadway, Mercantante said. “After the first day or so you’ll know you’re supposed to make that little turn,” with a curb cut allowing access to the location from that onramp, he said.At the Memorial Sloan Kettering Nov. 28 grand opening ceremony, Mercantante said a couple of attendees mentioned in casual conversation their trouble getting into the site, and he acknowledged he witnessed some making that inappropriate left turn onto the property.While employees may learn the ways in and out, as the facility begins welcoming day-stay cancer patients for treatments and their families, given many aren’t going to be familiar with the location, it could pose confusion for some, Mercantante said.“It’s clearly a problem that really doesn’t need to exist,” he said.Red Hill Road is too narrow at that section to allow for a designated left-hand turn, leaving the Parkway entrance the only viable way to accommodate traffic traveling south, Mercantante said.Vehicles traveling north on the roadway have an easier time of it, simply turning right, using the Red Hill Road entrance, Mercantante pointed out.During a meeting with New Jersey Turnpike Authority representatives last week, Mercantante, joined by those from Sloan Kettering, made the argument that additional signage would be warranted to help direct traffic looking to enter from the south. The authority is resistant to what it calls commercial signage along these roadways, not wanting to be inundated with requests from businesses, Mercantante explained, with the authority initially opposing this request. “But in this case it was such a tricky maneuver,” turnpike officials agreed to it, Mercantante said.Thomas Feeney, a Turnpike Authority spokesman said in an email response this week, “That’s what the jug handle is there for,” at the Parkway entrance, allowing access to the facility.“The Turnpike Authority has no issue with Memorial Sloan Kettering directing people to use it,” Feeney said.Mercantante said the series of about four signs offering directions into the site is expected to be installed in approximately a week. “They’ll provide plenty of direction,” he said.Memorial Sloan Kettering did not immediately respond to a request for comment.The medical facility anticipates starting to treat patients on Dec. 12.
By Jay CookMIDDLETOWN – If the contentious Village 35 project is ultimately approved, one of the region’s largest grocers – Wegmans Food Market – will definitely have a home there.That is the most recent development in the Village 35 proposal, which will finally be heard on May 17 after no hearings with the Middletown Planning Board since Feb. 15. It will be the next of many planned meetings specific to the project.Wegmans spokeswoman Valerie Fox told The Two River Times on Tuesday that a lease was signed last month for a 130,000-square-foot store in the heart of the proposed Shoppes at Middletown complex on Route 35 North in Middletown. The entire development is pending approval from the planning board.Fox said Wegmans employs between 500 and 600 full- and part-time workers at its larger stores. Founded in 1916 and based in near Rochester, New York, the supermarket chain has grown to 92 stores across six states on the east coast. It opens three or four new locations each year.The grocery store chain uses three criteria when choosing a new location: adequate space for a 75,000-to- 140,000-square-foot store with parking; a densely populated area; and a great regional location that is easy to find and easy to get to. Wegmans, said Fox, “is a destination.”There are currently seven Wegmans locations in New Jersey, with the three closest to the Two River area in Ocean Township, Woodbridge and Manalapan. Fox said new stores in Hanover and Montvale will open later this year.The Shoppes at Middletown project, proposed by Village 35 L.P. of Purchase, New York, will span approximately 119 acres behind a nearly half mile of roadway along Route 35. It would stretch from Kanes Lane, where the township recycling center and residential homes are located, to Kings Highway East, a historical road with ties to the Revolutionary War. One of the biggest dilemmas for the developer and its application to Middletown will be the size of this Wegmans supermarket. On July 1, 2015, a resolution from the planning board stated that no single store larger than 45,000 square feet will exist on the site.Opposing the project is the residents’ group, LLC., which believes the complex will only add to the congestion along Route 35.“The Wegmans will take what is an already intense utilization of the property, and create more traffic and environmental problems,” said Ron Gasiorowski, the attorney retained by Minding Middletown.Wegmans joins one retailer with space at The Shoppes at Middletown. CMX Cinema, a subsidiary of the Mexican-based cinema chain Cinemex, will occupy a 420-seat, 26,536- square-foot freestanding building on the property.As of Tuesday afternoon, a Pet Supplies Plus store, as well as a Spirits Unlimited, rounded out the other stores with space planned in the shopping center. But on Tuesday evening those stores were removed from the tenant list on National Realty & Development Corp. (NRDC)’s website, the developer of the commercial aspect of the project.The layout of the center has also changed since NRDC added Wegmans as a tenant. The building housing the supermarket shifted 180 degrees, also changing the parking layout for that area, which sits on the Kanes Lane end of the property.Approximately 200,000 square feet of retail space, three restaurant pads and one smaller, 5,000-square- foot retail store, remain open for leasing on the site.If eventually approved in Middletown, Wegmans would join a well-stocked grocery store market along Route 35. Less than 2 miles south of the Village 35 proposal is a Whole Foods Market; right across the street from the project is Super Stop & Shop; and a large ShopRite store is the anchor of Middletown Plaza less than 2 miles north.A Livoti’s Old World Market is currently under construction for a nearly 14,000-square-foot store at The Marketplace of Middletown, which is undergoing a major facelift.Heading north out of Middletown, shoppers can also find Dearborn Market in Holmdel, and in Hazlet, a Costco, Aldi and Lidl, a German-supermarket, planned for the previous Red Oak Diner location.It’s also worth noting that the owners of the Village 35 property, Mountain Hill, LLC – a partnership between the local Azzolina and Scaduto families – own area Foodtown supermarkets. It consists of 66 independently-owned stores throughout New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, according to Foodtown.HOUSING COMPLEXAt the Feb. 15 planning board meeting, the board unanimously voted to dismiss the residential portion of the development.The residential complex, which was to be developed by Toll Brothers and named “Oaks at Middletown,” is currently no longer part of the Village 35 application.According to changes on NRDC’s website, the land behind the commercial aspect now appears undevel- oped. That differs from previous illustrations showing a fully developed residential complex.Designed to be spread across approximately 66 acres, 350 residential town- house units and a clubhouse were envisioned for the back end of the property. Seventy of those units within three apartment buildings would have been dedicated to affordable housing.“At the appropriate time, Toll Brothers will resubmit our application for review and consideration by the Board,” Toll Brothers said in a statement to The Two River Times on Wednesday. “Separating Toll Brothers’ residential application from the commercial application will permit the review process to flow smoother, allowing the Board and its professionals the opportunity to focus on the details relating to the respective portions of the development.”In a notice of public hearing for the May 17 planning board meeting, Marc D. Policastro, the attorney for Village 35, L.P., states the applicant wishes to subdivide the 52 acres of commercial property from the remaining 66 acres designated as residential.Regardless, an interconnector road running between the residential and commercial parcels, spanning from Kings Highway East to Kanes Lane, is necessary for the site. Whichever development company breaks ground first must construct the road.This article was first published in the May 4-11, 2017 print edition of The Two River Times.
Martin Pedroza9510161011%$442,780 Doug O’Neill75981012%$486,056 SPEEDY YAHILWA SET FOR GRADE II SANTA MARIATrainer Jim Cassidy hopes Yahilwa can take advantage of her speed when she breaks from the rail in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Santa Maria Stakes for older fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles.“We’ll see what other kind of speed is in there,” Cassidy said, “but you can’t give up your position.”A 5-year-old Medaglia d’Oro mare, Yahilwa (freely translated from Arabic, it means beautiful woman) has been on or near the lead in most of her 12 U.S. starts.The field for the Santa Maria: Yahilwa, Gary Stevens, 6-1; Thegirlinthatsong, Rafael Bejarano, 3-1; Tiz Midnight, Victor Espinoza, 3-1; Uzziel, Fernando Perez, 20-1; Legacy, Joe Talamo, 15-1; Warren’s Veneda, Tyler Baze, 5-2; Sweet Marini, Martin Garcia, 8-1; Awesome Baby, Flavien Prat, 8-1; Backintheacademy, Brandon Boulanger, 20-1; and Valiant Emilia, Tiago Pereira, 12-1. Tiago Pereira6365810%$198,004 Mark Glatt4068615%$323,624 Corey Nakatani69128817%$629,420 Victor Espinoza8617161020%$1,146,210 (Current Through Sunday, Feb. 8) James Cassidy3655714%$201,080 Rafael Bejarano13431221823%$1,506,994 Jerry Hollendorfer9219131021%$1,928,534 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Tyler Baze13616121612%$987,764 SANTA ANITA JOCKEYS IN CHARITY GAME TONIGHTPRESIDENTS’ DAY IS DOLLAR DAY AT SANTA ANITAYAHILWA ON THE INSIDE IN GRADE II SANTA MARIAMANDELLA EYES MADISON FOR CHAMP BEHOLDER Drayden Van Dyke11214131713%$765,476 Bob Baffert541012819%$1,118,268 Ron Ellis3052517%$197,450 Carla Gaines2553120%$297,945 -30- Kent Desormeaux9821151021%$1,174,552 Elvis Trujillo1181416912%$893,922 Brandon Boulanger665368%$132,336 Richard Baltas3455315%$183,868 BEHOLDER COULD RETURN APRIL 4 IN MADISONBeholder could make her return to the races in the Grade I, $350,000 Madison Stakes at seven furlongs at Keeneland on April 4, Richard Mandella said Thursday morning.An Eclipse Award winner at age two and three, the 5-year-old daughter of Henny Hughes owned by B. Wayne Hughes had her first recorded workout Tuesday since being sidelined prior to the Breeders’ Cup Distaff last Oct. 31, going three furlongs in 36.80.“She’s six to eight weeks away,” the Hall of Fame trainer said. “The Madison is the race we’re considering.” Mark Casse3975518%$594,800 Peter Eurton4286719%$383,678 Santiago Gonzalez3844811%$133,250 John Sadler617101011%$473,146 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won FINISH LINES: Undefeated Delta Jackpot winner Ocho Ocho Ocho worked fivefurlongs in 59.40 under jockey Santiago Gonzalez for the Grade II, $400,000San Felipe Stakes at 1 1/16 miles on March 7. “I got him in 59,” trainer Jim Cassidy said of the son of Street Sense. “He’s an amazing little horse. He galloped out (six furlongs) in 12 and two and seven eighths in (one) 27. I didn’t want to do that much. I thought he’d go in about a minute, to be honest with you.” Gonzalez, meanwhile, has caught the eye of horsemen and handicappers, winning four races this meet, three for Cassidy. “He’s all right,” Cassidy said in an understated endorsement of the rider who is represented by former trainer Craig Stephen . . . Bargain claim Big Macher, winner of the Grade I Bing Crosby Stakes at Del Mar, has been invited to the $2 million Golden Shaheen in Dubai on March 28, but trainer Richard Baltas said he would “play it by ear” as to whether the California-bred son of Beau Genius would run on the straightaway sprint course . . . European invader Spirit of Xian makes her U.S. debut in Saturday’s $75,000 Sweet Life Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at about 6 ½ furlongs on turf. The Irish-bred daughter of Kodiac shows a bullet work for her first start since last Sept. 20. “She’s doing well,” Richard Mandella said. “We’ll just have to see how good she is.” The Sweet Life attracted 14 entrants, including two on the also-eligible list . . . Trainer Simon Callaghan has either the Grade III, $800,000 Sunland Park Derby on March 22 or the $1 million Santa Anita Derby on April 4 penciled in for Robert B. Lewis Stakes runner-up Firing Line . . . Dan Ward goes from the frying pan into the frost when he leaves 90-ish temperatures in LA to near-freezing clime at Laurel in Maryland when Jerry Hollendorfer‘s assistant saddles Grade I La Brea winner Sam’s Sister in Saturday’s Barbara Fritchie Handicap and Outside Nashville in Monday’s Grade III, $250,000 General George Handicap for 3-year-olds and up . . . Four Santa Anita-based riders will be at Golden Gate Saturday for the El Camino Real Derby: Kent Desormeaux (Mischief Clem); Mike Smith (Conquest Typhoon); Alex Solis (Metaboss); and Drayden Van Dyke (Ernest Shackleton) . . . There was one winning Pick Six ticket Sunday worth $99,456, purchased through Xpressbet . . . For the second time in five days, former agent Harry (The Hat) Hacek was a visitor at Clockers’ Corner Thursday. Asked if he was thinking of coming out of retirement and what it would take, Hacek said, “Eddie Hartshoe,” squashing together the names of the late riding legends Eddie Arcaro, Bill Hartack and Bill Shoemaker. “I took a couple months off to freshen up and it turned into 10 years,” said Hacek, who last was active in 2005 when he represented Desormeaux . . . Show me the money: When Crimson Giant finished third in Sunday’s ninth race, it marked the 15th time from 65 starts that the 6-year-old gelded son of Formal Gold trained by Charles Stutts has finished in that spot, or 23 percent of the time . . . While Rafael Bejarano leads Santa Anita’s riders in wins, Tyler Baze is ahead of him in total mounts through 28 days, 136 to 134. Joe Talamo will close ground in that category today as he is named to ride seven horses, missing only the fourth race. He has ridden 118 horses, the same as Elvis Trujillo. Bejarano has a comfortable 31-21 lead over runner-up Desormeaux in the jockeys’ race . . . Hollendorfer leads Peter Miller among trainers, 19-16. Each is winning at a 21 percent clip, far from Eddie Truman‘s 44 percent (four for nine) . . . Santa Anita’s average for winning favorites continues above the national norm of about 33 percent at 37.76 percent (91 of 241). Winning favorites on dirt stand at 41.07 percent (69 of 168) and at 30.14 on turf (22 of 73) . . . CHRB spokesman Mike Marten advises that longtime horse owner Theo “Red” Alton passed away in Hesperia, Calif., on Jan. 7 at age 72. SANTA ANITA JOCKEYS FACE HOLY ANGELS TONIGHTRafael Bejarano is once again the runaway leader in Santa Anita’s jockeys’ standings as he pursues yet another riding title at The Great Race Place. Through 28 racing days, Bejarano held a 31-21 lead over runner-up Kent Desormeaux.Tonight, both riders will be on hand for the 48th annual Santa Anita Jockeys vs. Holy Angels School Charity Basketball Game at La Salle High School in Pasadena.Desormeaux, a native of Louisiana where greats such as Shaquille O’Neill and the late Pistol Pete Maravich starred at LSU, is well known for his basketball prowess. Bejarano, a native of Peru, will contribute what he can. It’s all for a worthy cause.Proceeds benefit the Holy Angels athletic program, the Kentucky-based Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF) and the Eye on Jacob Foundation.Sponsored by J. Paul Reddam’s CashCall and Santa Anita Park, game time is 7:15 p.m., with admission doors opening at 6:15 p.m.Hall of Fame jockeys Desormeaux, Laffit Pincay, Jr., Mike Smith, Alex Solis and Gary Stevens will be available for an autograph signing session beginning at 6:30 p.m.With Pincay serving as honorary team captain, Desormeaux, Smith and Solis will comprise a team of fellow active riders such as William Antongeorgi, Tyler Baze, Bejarano, Brice Blanc, Brandon Boulanger, Victor Espinoza, Santiago Gonzalez, Mario Gutierrez, Aaron Gryder, Edwin Maldonado, Felipe Martinez, Corey Nakatani, Irving Orozco, Martin Pedroza, Fernando Perez, Tiago Pereira, Flavien Prat, Iggy Puglisi, Kayla Stra, Joe Talamo, Elvis Trujillo, Drayden Van Dyke and perhaps others.The PDJF helps assist permanently disabled jockeys nationwide, while the Eye on Jacob Foundation, named for Jacob Desormeaux, who is the 16-year-old son of Kent, benefits those suffering from Usher’s Syndrome. An extremely rare neurological disorder, Usher’s Syndrome causes progressive loss of hearing, imbalance, and eventual loss of sight in approximately 14,000 children in the United States.HRTV’s Kurt Hoover, a former standout basketball player at Arcadia High School, will again coach the jockeys.Tickets are $5 per person, and for every two tickets purchased, individuals receive one free admission ticket to Santa Anita. Additionally, there will be opportunities to win a trip to Las Vegas and a Paintball Package to Hollywood Sports Paintball and Airsoft Park.La Salle High School is located at the southwest corner of Michillinda Ave. and Sierra Madre Blvd. in Pasadena, approximately four miles northwest of Santa Anita. Admission tickets and promotional tee shirts are on sale at Champions! Gifts and Apparel in Santa Anita’s East Paddock Gardens, or through Holy Angels School. KRULJAC HOPES ‘BLING’ DOES HER THING IN BUENA VISTAEric Kruljac anticipates better luck when Blingismything runs in Monday’s Presidents’ Day feature, the Grade II, $200,000 Buena Vista Stakes for older fillies and mares at one mile on turf.“He had to wait and wait and wait,” the trainer said of Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux, who rode the 5-year-old Arch mare to a second by a half-length in the Megahertz Stakes on Jan. 17. “He said he made the wrong decision or he would have won anyway, even after waiting.“We’re hoping she gets some graded black type to enhance her broodmare value.”Blingismything, owned by Joe Masino’s Class Racing Stable, worked five furlongs on the main track Sunday in 1:01.40. Monday is Dollar Day at Santa Anita. Fans can partake of draft beers, hot dogs and sodas for just a buck. First post time is 12:30 p.m. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. Peter Miller761616721%$954,680 Philip D’Amato4188720%$419,460 Edwin Maldonado6063810%$250,146 Hector Palma1762035%$116,180 Fernando Perez989989%$391,962 Mike Smith6413131020%$1,247,641 Richard Mandella3165519%$295,910 Gary Stevens5397917%$705,402 Flavien Prat5995615%$425,430 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Joseph Talamo11813141811%$966,278 Felipe Valdez1744324%$87,980 Martin Garcia7111121015%$1,045,330