Nerium

20 Apr 19
Ross Campbell Racing Services

Good cards today, Plenty of good racing both on the flat and over jumps.  Trying to find a winner or two is always the most difficult! At Kempton on the flat racing starts at 1.25 with a two year old Novice Stakes over 5f.  Electric Ladyland will be bidding to follow up from her recent […]

20 Apr 19
TODAY NEWS

THE Classic trials have started on the Flat, and already we…

20 Apr 19
The Sun
THE Classic trials have started on the Flat, and already we have seen three fascinating big-race contenders in Mohaather, Qabala and Skardu. The Greenham winner, Mohaather, just reminded us all that Jim Crowley is still at the top of his game and if he stays the 2000 Guineas distance won’t be without a chance. Jim Crowley was at his best on Mohaather While David Egan was on board huge Nell Gwyn gamble Qabala, and is one of the up-and-coming youngsters in the weighing room. We know all about Crowley and Skardu’s Craven-winning partner James Doyle, as we do the likes of Frankie Dettori, Ryan Moore, William Buick, Andrea Atzeni, Adam Kirby, Luke Morris and Silvestre de Sousa, as well as the man I expect to be champion this term Oisin Murphy. However, there is a long list of talent bubbling under the surface, and including Egan here are some names to keep on your mind in the campaign ahead. Jason Watson is quickly rising through the ranks and showing no signs of slowing down! Jason Watson The latest product from the Andrew Balding yard to become champion apprentice, following the likes of Murphy and Buick. Watson’s biggest winner in 2018 came at Glorious Goodwood when he took one of the biggest handicaps in racing, the Stewards’ Cup, aboard Gifted Master for trainer Hugo Palmer. Watson had a nasty injury in January when he fractured his neck, but has returned as promising as ever and is now number one rider for Roger Charlton. He nearly pulled off a shock win for his new boss via Aspetar who was second to Marmelo in a Group 3 at Newbury last weekend. Cieren Fallon Son of six time champion jockey and sixteen-time Classic hero Kieren Fallon and Julie Bowker, who also rode successfully as an apprentice. Went to the British Racing School and improving by the day. Now apprentice to William Haggas. Ridden more than ten winners and can do low weights. Quickly developing into a chip off the old block and recently impressed on hard-to-score-on Pink Flamingo at Lingfield. Tom Marquand looks set for a big season with Richard Hannon Tom Marquand Rode 100 winners for the first time in 2018 having only started out four years earlier. Significant successes have come from Anna Nerium in Group 3s at Salisbury and Goodwood, and got good tunes out of Urban Icon and Star Terms in the Greenham and Fred Darling at Newbury. Has gained some great experience in Australia, and is bubbling away well and I think on the verge of something special – just needs one big horse to take his game to a new level. Richard Hannon may hold the key. Hollie Doyle Marquand’s missus. And no love lost in photo finishes. Tom says: “The only thing we’ve got competitive about is photo finishes — chinning her on the line. “I get such pleasure from that. It won me the Champion Apprentice title on the last day of the season — I chinned her on the line at Catterick, right on the line. “I enjoyed that. Normal people probably wouldn’t understand.” Hollie is an absolute pocket rocket and solid tactically. Got a good connection with Archie Watson and doing well. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Ben Curtis Big fan of this hard-working lad. Once tied with Joseph O’Brien and Gary Carroll in the Irish Apprentice title. Curtis very much bucks the trend in a family of white collar workers originating from Kinsale, the salubrious seaside town near Cork. A late starter, he rather fell into the sport aged 14. He’s beginning to get rewards in the UK, and was perfect on Mootasadir in the Magnolia Stakes at Kempton for Hugo Palmer. David Probert Welshman has started well in 2018. Rides for many different trainers although attached to the Andrew Balding yard. 102 winners last term and best known for scoring on the likes of Dancing Star and Horseplay, including the Stewards’ Cup on the former. Another just in need of a star horse. David Egan hit the headlines with Qabala at Newmarket David Egan Son of Group 1-winning John Egan, while his mum is Irish Grand National-winning trainer Sandra Hughes and uncle is former multiple champion jockey Richard Hughes. Bred for the game you could say. A joint champion apprentice and seen to great effect for boss Roger Varian when landing the Nell Gwyn on huge gamble Qabala at Newmarket on Tuesday. Richard Kingscote Group 1 winner who doesn’t get the praise he deserves. Probably found fame with Brown Panther for his boss Tom Dascombe, but has been brilliant on sprinter Kachy as well. Has more tattoos than most, but it doesn’t seem to stop him. Fine jockey, good family man. Should get more outside rides in the major events considering his ability. [bc_video video_id=”6017263901001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rabbits caught having SEX in middle of horse race at Dundalk”]
20 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
THE Classic trials have started on the Flat, and already we have seen three fascinating big-race contenders in Mohaather, Qabala and Skardu. The Greenham winner, Mohaather, just reminded us all that Jim Crowley is still at the top of his game and if he stays the 2000 Guineas distance won’t be without a chance. Jim Crowley was at his best on Mohaather While David Egan was on board huge Nell Gwyn gamble Qabala, and is one of the up-and-coming youngsters in the weighing room. We know all about Crowley and Skardu’s Craven-winning partner James Doyle, as we do the likes of Frankie Dettori, Ryan Moore, William Buick, Andrea Atzeni, Adam Kirby, Luke Morris and Silvestre de Sousa, as well as the man I expect to be champion this term Oisin Murphy. However, there is a long list of talent bubbling under the surface, and including Egan here are some names to keep on your mind in the campaign ahead. Jason Watson is quickly rising through the ranks and showing no signs of slowing down! Jason Watson The latest product from the Andrew Balding yard to become champion apprentice, following the likes of Murphy and Buick. Watson’s biggest winner in 2018 came at Glorious Goodwood when he took one of the biggest handicaps in racing, the Stewards’ Cup, aboard Gifted Master for trainer Hugo Palmer. Watson had a nasty injury in January when he fractured his neck, but has returned as promising as ever and is now number one rider for Roger Charlton. He nearly pulled off a shock win for his new boss via Aspetar who was second to Marmelo in a Group 3 at Newbury last weekend. Cieren Fallon Son of six time champion jockey and sixteen-time Classic hero Kieren Fallon and Julie Bowker, who also rode successfully as an apprentice. Went to the British Racing School and improving by the day. Now apprentice to William Haggas. Ridden more than ten winners and can do low weights. Quickly developing into a chip off the old block and recently impressed on hard-to-score-on Pink Flamingo at Lingfield. Tom Marquand looks set for a big season with Richard Hannon Tom Marquand Rode 100 winners for the first time in 2018 having only started out four years earlier. Significant successes have come from Anna Nerium in Group 3s at Salisbury and Goodwood, and got good tunes out of Urban Icon and Star Terms in the Greenham and Fred Darling at Newbury. Has gained some great experience in Australia, and is bubbling away well and I think on the verge of something special – just needs one big horse to take his game to a new level. Richard Hannon may hold the key. Hollie Doyle Marquand’s missus. And no love lost in photo finishes. Tom says: “The only thing we’ve got competitive about is photo finishes — chinning her on the line. “I get such pleasure from that. It won me the Champion Apprentice title on the last day of the season — I chinned her on the line at Catterick, right on the line. “I enjoyed that. Normal people probably wouldn’t understand.” Hollie is an absolute pocket rocket and solid tactically. Got a good connection with Archie Watson and doing well. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Ben Curtis Big fan of this hard-working lad. Once tied with Joseph O’Brien and Gary Carroll in the Irish Apprentice title. Curtis very much bucks the trend in a family of white collar workers originating from Kinsale, the salubrious seaside town near Cork. A late starter, he rather fell into the sport aged 14. He’s beginning to get rewards in the UK, and was perfect on Mootasadir in the Magnolia Stakes at Kempton for Hugo Palmer. David Probert Welshman has started well in 2018. Rides for many different trainers although attached to the Andrew Balding yard. 102 winners last term and best known for scoring on the likes of Dancing Star and Horseplay, including the Stewards’ Cup on the former. Another just in need of a star horse. David Egan hit the headlines with Qabala at Newmarket David Egan Son of Group 1-winning John Egan, while his mum is Irish Grand National-winning trainer Sandra Hughes and uncle is former multiple champion jockey Richard Hughes. Bred for the game you could say. A joint champion apprentice and seen to great effect for boss Roger Varian when landing the Nell Gwyn on huge gamble Qabala at Newmarket on Tuesday. Richard Kingscote Group 1 winner who doesn’t get the praise he deserves. Probably found fame with Brown Panther for his boss Tom Dascombe, but has been brilliant on sprinter Kachy as well. Has more tattoos than most, but it doesn’t seem to stop him. Fine jockey, good family man. Should get more outside rides in the major events considering his ability. [bc_video video_id=”6017263901001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rabbits caught having SEX in middle of horse race at Dundalk”]
20 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
THE Classic trials have started on the Flat, and already we have seen three fascinating big-race contenders in Mohaather, Qabala and Skardu. The Greenham winner, Mohaather, just reminded us all that Jim Crowley is still at the top of his game and if he stays the 2000 Guineas distance won’t be without a chance. Jim Crowley was at his best on Mohaather While David Egan was on board huge Nell Gwyn gamble Qabala, and is one of the up-and-coming youngsters in the weighing room. We know all about Crowley and Skardu’s Craven-winning partner James Doyle, as we do the likes of Frankie Dettori, Ryan Moore, William Buick, Andrea Atzeni, Adam Kirby, Luke Morris and Silvestre de Sousa, as well as the man I expect to be champion this term Oisin Murphy. However, there is a long list of talent bubbling under the surface, and including Egan here are some names to keep on your mind in the campaign ahead. Jason Watson is quickly rising through the ranks and showing no signs of slowing down! Jason Watson The latest product from the Andrew Balding yard to become champion apprentice, following the likes of Murphy and Buick. Watson’s biggest winner in 2018 came at Glorious Goodwood when he took one of the biggest handicaps in racing, the Stewards’ Cup, aboard Gifted Master for trainer Hugo Palmer. Watson had a nasty injury in January when he fractured his neck, but has returned as promising as ever and is now number one rider for Roger Charlton. He nearly pulled off a shock win for his new boss via Aspetar who was second to Marmelo in a Group 3 at Newbury last weekend. Cieren Fallon Son of six time champion jockey and sixteen-time Classic hero Kieren Fallon and Julie Bowker, who also rode successfully as an apprentice. Went to the British Racing School and improving by the day. Now apprentice to William Haggas. Ridden more than ten winners and can do low weights. Quickly developing into a chip off the old block and recently impressed on hard-to-score-on Pink Flamingo at Lingfield. Tom Marquand looks set for a big season with Richard Hannon Tom Marquand Rode 100 winners for the first time in 2018 having only started out four years earlier. Significant successes have come from Anna Nerium in Group 3s at Salisbury and Goodwood, and got good tunes out of Urban Icon and Star Terms in the Greenham and Fred Darling at Newbury. Has gained some great experience in Australia, and is bubbling away well and I think on the verge of something special – just needs one big horse to take his game to a new level. Richard Hannon may hold the key. Hollie Doyle Marquand’s missus. And no love lost in photo finishes. Tom says: “The only thing we’ve got competitive about is photo finishes — chinning her on the line. “I get such pleasure from that. It won me the Champion Apprentice title on the last day of the season — I chinned her on the line at Catterick, right on the line. “I enjoyed that. Normal people probably wouldn’t understand.” Hollie is an absolute pocket rocket and solid tactically. Got a good connection with Archie Watson and doing well. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Ben Curtis Big fan of this hard-working lad. Once tied with Joseph O’Brien and Gary Carroll in the Irish Apprentice title. Curtis very much bucks the trend in a family of white collar workers originating from Kinsale, the salubrious seaside town near Cork. A late starter, he rather fell into the sport aged 14. He’s beginning to get rewards in the UK, and was perfect on Mootasadir in the Magnolia Stakes at Kempton for Hugo Palmer. David Probert Welshman has started well in 2018. Rides for many different trainers although attached to the Andrew Balding yard. 102 winners last term and best known for scoring on the likes of Dancing Star and Horseplay, including the Stewards’ Cup on the former. Another just in need of a star horse. David Egan hit the headlines with Qabala at Newmarket David Egan Son of Group 1-winning John Egan, while his mum is Irish Grand National-winning trainer Sandra Hughes and uncle is former multiple champion jockey Richard Hughes. Bred for the game you could say. A joint champion apprentice and seen to great effect for boss Roger Varian when landing the Nell Gwyn on huge gamble Qabala at Newmarket on Tuesday. Richard Kingscote Group 1 winner who doesn’t get the praise he deserves. Probably found fame with Brown Panther for his boss Tom Dascombe, but has been brilliant on sprinter Kachy as well. Has more tattoos than most, but it doesn’t seem to stop him. Fine jockey, good family man. Should get more outside rides in the major events considering his ability. [bc_video video_id=”6017263901001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rabbits caught having SEX in middle of horse race at Dundalk”]
18 Apr 19
thecrewcalifornia

Cyclamen Beach Moonflower Yellow Bell Flower Pink Leaves Plant Crown flower (Calotropis Gigantea) Red Cotton Flower Nerium Oleander Petunia Pancy Floss Flower Poinsettia American Aspen Dahlia Royal Poinciana Frangipani Tropaeolum Evening Promise Butea Monosperma Sago Plant Purple Sunflower Blue Pancy White Rose

17 Apr 19
an actual play 5e podcast

This week we dive straight into the scintillating action, making difficult decisions right off the bat as Taro is faced with some of the most important series of choices he’s ever had to make on this show. With Nerium still in the hands of Queen Euseevius, can Natalia bargain for her freedom, and strike a […]

17 Apr 19
Dream

My Daughter Brittany and Mother Marcella Introduction I am dedicating my book to my mom and dad, my kids, Cowboy, and Alan for pushing me to fight and make happiness happen! A special thank you to my editor Maria Gargano for putting all the pieces together xoxo. I owe all of this to Jeff Olson […]

13 Apr 19
Vitamins and Dietary Supplements

4 Boxes Neora/Nerium EHT Brain Formula Supplement -30 Tablets New Presentation! – Buy – 4 Boxes Neora/Nerium EHT Brain Formula Supplement -30 Tablets New Presentation!

07 Apr 19
an actual play 5e podcast

Thanks to the incredible hard work done by Orion, episode 4 has been thoroughly and utterly transcribed! Wahoo! Thank you so much, Orion. We’re so thankful for all the hard work you do, and the love you put in each transcript. While Orion plans to transcribe more episodes, transcription is a time consuming and difficult […]

07 Apr 19
The calm to my chaos

NaPoWriMo day 6: a poem without an ‘A’s Midst of dying boughs, Flowers will begin to bloom. They know no site nor time. They simply just bloom. There’s nothing stronger But the blossom of flowers, In strikingly uncommon sites. Just like Nerium first found it’s home, Into the city of cinders, Just like prickly poppies, […]

06 Apr 19
3rd Scent - รีวิวน้ำหอม น้ำหอมแบ่งขาย

Un Jardin en Mediterranee น้ำหอมกลิ่นแรกสุดจากคอลแลคชั่นสวน เป็นน้ำหอมแนวสดชื่นในบรรยากาศริมทะเลเมดิเตอเรเนียน ที่เด่นด้วยกลิ่นซีตรัส กับใบมะเดื่อฝรั่ง (Fig Leaf)ที่มีคาแรคเตอร์ที่โดดเด่น และมีเอกลักษณ์

04 Apr 19
Haiva Lisa

  Tahukah Anda, tanaman yang mungkin tampak tidak berbahaya justru memiliki racun mematikan bahkan menyebabkan kematian ? Contohnya saja beberapa tanaman berikut Water Hemlock (Cicuta maculata) Tanaman ini dikenal paling mematikan di Amerika Utara dan Eropa. Bunga, batang dan akarnya mengandung senyawa beracun yang disebut cicutoxin. Sebagian besar racun terkonsentrasi di akar. Jika termakan, dampaknya adalah kejang […]

04 Apr 19
Creative Expressions

Framed fab’, under the cool, serene blue # Ashok Misra  *Nerium Oleander /Kaner