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Belmont Stakes has a history of ruining Triple Crown dreams

“It was a challenge for me, a very demanding track,” says Espinoza, the Mexican-born jockey, referring to his early experience at Belmont. “What happened, with War Emblem, everything was smooth, everything was going fine. Even inside the gate (at Belmont), it was perfectly fine until the doors opened. That completely ...

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Trooping the Colour: Royals join Queen at birthday parade

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionCrowds cheer as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex emerge as part of a carriage procession The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have joined the Queen for the Trooping the Colour parade to mark her 92nd birthday. Prince Philip, who retired from ...

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G7 summit dogged by divisions between Trump and allies

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTrump to G7: “They should let Russia come back in” Talks at the G7 summit in Canada have failed to resolve deep differences between US President Donald Trump and leaders of major industrial nations. The divisions were laid bare on Friday, notably ...

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Fantasy baseball: Revisiting the 2018 draft

Sanchez can hit bombs in bunches and he is much better than his early season .201 batting average suggests, so if he is available at a reasonable cost he is a buy low candidate. If owners were redrafting today, I would draft him higher than I would have on draft ...

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More than a million on social housing waiting lists

Image copyright Alicia Canter Grandfather and commercial engineer Freddy Emmanuel has been on the waiting list for social housing for 18 years. During this time he has sofa-surfed, stayed in hostels, rented and had periods of homelessness, in Kensington and Chelsea, mostly. He spent two months sleeping rough under a ...

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Teacher creates 3D yearbook for visually impaired students

MACON, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia teacher has created a new type of yearbook for visually impaired students. The Macon Telegraph reported Thursday that Mercer University professor Sinjae Hyun has presented seven Georgia Academy for the Blind seniors with 3D yearbooks. Hyun says the project took more than 150 hours ...

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