Gold, Silver, Gold, and Hard Assets…Fall 2017

That can be really a continuation of the chord thread titled: “Gold, Silver, and Hard Assets…Summer 2017”. Following my lengthy introduction, tips, disclosures, place outline,and caution notices, I’ll re-submit some meaty articles on Ivanhoe Mines which I believe deserve attention and provide a timely reversal of focus; and I will also summarize the findings from your […]

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Key Cabinet Logic

Have you ever spent a considerable amount of time searching through your house for your lost keys? This is often a common occurrence in most homes and the funny thing about it is that it continues to happen over and over again. After spending a frustrating amount of time searching for a set of lost keys, it is intriguing to note that a person does not really give too much thought on how to correct this problem from occurring again.

Interestingly, the solution to this problem is relatively simple. It is simply a matter of purchasing a quality key cabinet from simply safes that will store all of your keys. A quality key cabinet will often have two different sides. One side will be for all of your current keys that you are using and the other side will be for copies of all of your current keys. Having a copy of your current set of keys will mean that when you do misplace them somewhere in the home, because of not placing them into the key cabinet, then you will be able to use a copy key until you find the original key.

A key cabinet should be located near the entrance door that you most commonly use. Once you get into a habit of unlocking the door, opening the door, and then putting your keys into the key cabinet it will become a joyous occasion. The reason why it will be a joyous occasion is that you will no longer be victim to a set of misplaced keys in your home. You will no longer spend hours upon hours searching for a misplaced set of house keys.

Yes, a key cabinet is one of the better gifts that you can buy for yourself and your family. Simplysafes.co.uk offers key cabinets in a variety of materials and finishes and you will be able to choose the perfect key cabinet for your decor.

Where To Find A Good Tattoo Artist London

Some of the tattoo artists in London can do an amazing job while others will make you regret why you chose them in the first place. Remember that some artists have taken advantage of the rise of popularity that tattoos are experiencing and are the ones responsible for crappy tattoos out there.

This is why it is a good idea to compare the different tattoo artists in London before choosing one. In this article, I am going to show you where to start looking for a tattoo artist London.

Where to find a good tattoo artist
Word of mouth
This is among the most honest forms of advertising. In most cases, people are likely to tell you whether or not they had a bad experience with a certain tattoo artist. This is what makes word of mouth one of the best ways to find a good tattoo artist in London. So, why not ask around?

Visit a tattoo artist’s studio
Visiting an artist’s studio will help you find out more about the tattoo artist and help you decide whether or not you should have your tattoo done by the artist. During your visit, check the studio’s infection control and ask for the artist’s portfolio of work.
www.nrstudios.co.uk suggest that going through the artist’s portfolio of work is very important as it will show you what a tattoo artist can do. Keep in mind that this is their best work as no one can put their muck ups in their photo album. This makes it a good way to find a reliable tattoo artist London.

Current tattoo magazines and directories
Current tattoo magazines and directories can help you find a good tattoo artist in London. However, you need to remember that not all the tattoo artists you find in the magazines and directories are good in what they do.

Some artists buy advertising space and the magazine may not have checked them personally or endorsed them. So, it is good to do your own research before settling on an artist.

As good as gold

As good as gold, Following the search for diamonds

Choo Choo Blue wins coveted Gold Cup at scintillating run

BY SHERDON COWAN
Observer staff reporter
cowans@jamaicaobserver.com

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The gifted American filly Choo Choo Blue continued her remarkable vein of type ahead of this ultra-rich Diamond Mile occasion in early December as she toppled competitions within an explosive 45th running of the Gold Cup on yesterday’s 10-race Heroes’ Day card at Caymanas Park.

The Peter McMaster-trained four-year-old bay filly (Cowtown CatChooBloo by Bolger) has been directed to some one-and-three-quarter span victory by apprentice Dane Dawkins, that continues to add to his qualifications aboard Graded Stakes brothers.

Punters turned out to their numbers in expectation of the following exciting Gold Cup, which pits some of the greatest sprinters, middle-distance horses and stayers against each other over 1,400 metres (seven furlongs)and a distance considered by many to be the perfect one.

With a few of the fittest horses lining up in everything turned into a 10-horse area, after the late withdrawal of this Gary Subratie-trained Brawn, speed was always bound to be a significant factor.

As anticipated, Sir Budget (Javaniel Patterson up) went into the front, but has been plagued all the while by Houdini’s Magic (Wesley Henry), together with Choo Choo Blue kept comfortably in third coming the half-mile.

Two-time Diamond Mile winner, Hunting My Fantasy (Orlando Foster) was also up with all the front runners, but ran into visitors and backed out whenever the speed increased.

By the time the runners turned for home it was three round the trail at a nail-biting stretch duel since 9-5 favorite Chace The Great (Anthony Thomas) produced a telling transfer to lock horns with Houdini’s Magic and Choo Choo Blue out broad.

The Miss Suckie-owned Choo Choo Blue subsequently separated herself at the furlong pole and hurried away for a simple victory. Lottery Ticket (Oniel Mullings up) came storming house for second with Houdini’s Magic back in third and Gary Glitter (Chalrick Budhai up) finishing the framework.

Choo Choo Blue insured the trip in a dazzling period of 1:23.4, only beyond the track and stakes record of 1:22.4 maintained by Eros since 1994. The breaks were 23.1, 45.3, also 1:10.2.

“There was lots of pace in the race, therefore when we broke I only tried my very best to unwind her as comfortable as I had before advocating her (Choo Choo Blue) a small bit, and at the three-furlong mark I asked her again for everything.

“She didn’t react at first but after a few cracks out of the whip she eventually got rolling and we only encounter,” winning jockey Dawkins said in a post-race interview.

For trainer McMaster it was what he anticipated.

“I just told the jockey to sit, sit in, and wait. This horse Choo Choo Blue is extra match, super healthy right now, and it demonstrated in the Gold Cup now (yesterday).

“Well, today it is on to this Diamond Mile at December, in which Choo Choo will have a terrific chance of winning,” McMaster said.

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