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https://plus.google.com/113722134692585820885 California news : It takes more than just talent to win a Triple Crown I’ve been asked often the past week if I think...
It takes more than just talent to win a Triple Crown

I’ve been asked often the past week if I think American Pharoah will win the Triple Crown. I don’t have a simple answer, nor does anyone else for that matter. Is American Pharoah talented enough? Absolutely. Trainer Bob Baffert is on record as saying he’s the best 3-year-old he’s ever had. That includes Kentucky Derby winners Silver Charm, Real Quiet and War Emblem. It also includes 2001 Horse of the Year Point Given, arguably the best horse Baffert’s ever trained. But if pure talent was all it took to win the Triple Crown, we’d have had a lot more winners in the past 36 years. Horses the likes of Spectacular Bid, Smarty Jones, Big Brown and California Chrome all had the talent to pull it off, but couldn’t do it. For whatever reasons, no horse has pulled it off since Affirmed in 1978. Twelve have tried, and I’ll Have Another would have been the 13th if he hadn’t been scratched the day before the Belmont Stakes in 2012 because of injury. Would he have won? We’ll never know, but he definitely had the talent. It was not a lack of brilliance that prevented I’ll Have Another from winning the Triple Crown. This will be Baffert’s fourth try at history, and the second time with Victor Espinoza as his jockey. The two tried to pull off the feat in 2002 with War Emblem only to be derailed by a bad start and the colt’s one-dimensional style. War Emblem needed the lead, and when he broke badly in the Belmont, that ended his chances. Point Given, who after his fifth-place finish in the Kentucky Derby went on to win the Preakness, Belmont, Haskell Invitational and Travers Stakes in succession en route to Horse of the Year, is the perfect example of how difficult it is to win the Triple Crown. He, along with Spectacular Bid in 1979, were the best 3-year-olds since 1978 to win two legs of the series but come up short. “Point Given … I really thought we could have won the Triple Crown that year and we didn’t win the first one,” said Baffert’s chief assistant, Jimmy Barnes. “But (American Pharoah) fits right in with the best of them.” Not only does a horse have to be extremely gifted to win the Triple Crown, but they need Lady Luck and durability on their side as well. The best horse does not always win the race. Ask Shared Belief’s connections about last fall’s Breeders’ Cup Classic. I’ve never felt as strongly about a horse as I did Big Brown heading into the 2008 Belmont Stakes. He had the speed, the endurance, just the overall excellence to get the job done. I remember thinking at the time, if Big Brown doesn’t win the Triple Crown, it may never be done again. #AD_text{ font-size: 11px; color: #999999; } That’s silly thinking, of course, because somewhere down the road – maybe this year – some 3-year-old is going to overcome all the obstacles and end the drought. Remember, we had a 25-year gap between Triple Crown winners Citation and Secretariat. Two weeks ago I wrote that the Triple Crown is the most difficult feat to accomplish in all of sports. I feel more strongly about that today than ever, especially in a year when American Pharoah will attempt to reach the mountaintop by winning four Grade I races in an eight-week span. Think about it for a moment. He won the Arkansas Derby (1 1/8 miles) on April 11, the Kentucky Derby (1 1/4 miles) three weeks later and the Preakness Stakes (1 3/16 miles) two weeks after that. Now comes the Belmont, the 1 1/2-mile Test of Champions, on a track they call the Big Sandy against a field of 10 mostly fresh horses. If American Pharoah can win the Belmont and become thoroughbred racing’s 12th Triple Crown champion, he’ll be every bit as deserving as his predecessors given the route he will have taken. Maybe more so, considering he’ll have to win the Belmont while facing more than the four opponents both Secretariat and Affirmed confronted. Then there’s that luck factor again. Considering how dominant American Pharoah was over sloppy tracks in both the Arkansas Derby and Preakness, if the son of Pioneerof the Nile is fortunate enough to catch an off track on Belmont Day, the rest of the field may need speed boats to catch what just may be racing’s newest superstar. How super is he? We’ll know the answer in 15 days. Follow Art Wilson on Twitter at @Sham73 Source: http://www.dailynews.com/
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https://plus.google.com/115111756516694638827 FireWolf : I can't wait to read "In Real Life" By Joey Graceffa! This is just a little reaction video for you! ...
I can't wait to read "In Real Life" By Joey Graceffa! This is just a little reaction video for you! I'll have another video when I get the book tomorrow!
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https://plus.google.com/102653734691914279696 Dan Vicary : Blind Willie McTell from "The Definitive Collection" with "It's Your Time To Worry". Good advice for...
Blind Willie McTell from "The Definitive Collection" with "It's Your Time To Worry". Good advice for both women and men. Sometimes "alone" is better...Enjoy!
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Blind Willie McTell from "The Definitive Collection" with "It's Your Time To Worry". Enjoy!
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https://plus.google.com/115570091735307940365 Lisa's Sober Blog : Lisa's Sober Blog Revised Mission Statement Welcome!  In lieu of Thirsty Thursday #25~  I'm posting ...
Lisa's Sober Blog Revised Mission Statement
Welcome!  In lieu of Thirsty Thursday #25~  I'm posting the revised Mission Statement 2015.  What do you think?  Next week Thursday I'll post Thirsty Thursday #25!   Thank you for checking it out. I'll have another 24! You?
Lisa's Sober Blog Revised Mission Statement
Welcome!  In lieu of Thirsty Thursday #25~  I'm posting the revised Mission Statement 2015.  What do you think?  Next week Thursday I'll post Thirsty Thursday #25!   Thank you for checking it out. I'll have another...
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https://plus.google.com/105732090362629791659 tf2dove : I promise to never play 2fort again (to some extent), and I'll have another video up before next week's...
I promise to never play 2fort again (to some extent), and I'll have another video up before next week's one.

Have a good one!
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A practice of live commentary - that, and using 20kg mittens to bludgeon people to a muffled death (but leave them laughing, of course!). This challenge-filler hybrid is to fill time in between this video, and another one (which is heavily edited and requires a lot of footage). (Current outro music is a hasty filler. I need to find some music for the outro) --- Contact/Follow Me Stuff: Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/tf2dove/ Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/tf2dove Twitter: https://twitter.com/tf2dove --- Thumbnail and SFM outro by meowmix60 http://steamcommunity.com/id/meowmix60 ~ SFM intro by John Jekyllson https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1EqhfY8A6u2l7Fp9si7iXA
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https://plus.google.com/114415893817938355391 Daniel Barnes : I don't think any of you guys would do this, but I'm apprehensive to post the names of the winners on...
I don't think any of you guys would do this, but I'm apprehensive to post the names of the winners on the off chance that someone might harass them for it. If the winners want to reveal who they are, then that's up to them, but for now I'm going to avoid posting their names publicly. I feel bad that I only had 2 extras to give out, but if there is a way to purchase more codes come April 28th when Mewtwo is fully released, then I'll have another contest with more than just 2 winners. I hope you all are cool with this, and I want to thank everyone again for entering!
Watch the video: Super Smash Bros 4 Wii U Mewtwo Guide New DLC Character Final Smash Special Moves Gameplay Nintendo
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Welcome to Super Smash Bros 4 for the Nintendo Wii U! The new DLC character Mewtwo coming out April 28th has been released early for Club Nintendo members wh...
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https://plus.google.com/114415893817938355391 Daniel Barnes : I don't think any of you guys would do this, but I'm apprehensive to post the names of the winners on...
I don't think any of you guys would do this, but I'm apprehensive to post the names of the winners on the off chance that someone might harass them for it. If the winners want to reveal who they are, then that's up to them, but for now I'm going to avoid posting their names publicly. I feel bad that I only had 2 extras to give out, but if there is a way to purchase more codes come April 28th when Mewtwo is fully released, then I'll have another contest with more than just 2 winners. I hope you all are cool with this, and I want to thank everyone again for entering!
Watch the video: Super Smash Bros 4 Wii U Mewtwo Guide New DLC Character Final Smash Special Moves Gameplay Nintendo
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Welcome to Super Smash Bros 4 for the Nintendo Wii U! The new DLC character Mewtwo coming out April 28th has been released early for Club Nintendo members wh...
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https://plus.google.com/114521818989742948768 Gregg Krech : How to Avoid Avoidance We tend to move toward what we are attracted to. “I think I’ll have another...
How to Avoid Avoidance

We tend to move toward what we are attracted to.

“I think I’ll have another piece of that pecan pie.”

We tend to move away from what we have an aversion to.

“Thank you, but I think I’ll pass on the beets tonight.”

Sometimes we have an aversion to what we need to do. So we find all kinds of creative ways to avoid doing what we know we need to do. And then the thing we didn’t do goes away and we live happily ever after. That strategy doesn’t usually work.

Avoidance has a kind of diabolical quality to it: The more we avoid something, the greater our anxiety or fear of it. Our aversion grows. Our anxiety grows. Time passes. Not doing what we needed to do has consequences. Those consequences are unpleasant. The “thing we didn’t do” haunts us. It stalks us. Eventually the whole story becomes a movie. A scary movie. Maybe even with zombies in it.

There are three ways to avoid being haunted by “the thing you didn’t do.” Continue reading: http://www.thirtythousanddays.org/2015/05/how-to-avoid-avoidance/
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https://plus.google.com/114521818989742948768 Gregg Krech : How to Avoid Avoidance We tend to move toward what we are attracted to. “I think I’ll have another...
How to Avoid Avoidance

We tend to move toward what we are attracted to.

“I think I’ll have another piece of that pecan pie.”

We tend to move away from what we have an aversion to.

“Thank you, but I think I’ll pass on the beets tonight.”

Sometimes we have an aversion to what we need to do. So we find all kinds of creative ways to avoid doing what we know we need to do. And then the thing we didn’t do goes away and we live happily ever after. That strategy doesn’t usually work.

Avoidance has a kind of diabolical quality to it: The more we avoid something, the greater our anxiety or fear of it. Our aversion grows. Our anxiety grows. Time passes. Not doing what we needed to do has consequences. Those consequences are unpleasant. The “thing we didn’t do” haunts us. It stalks us. Eventually the whole story becomes a movie. A scary movie. Maybe even with zombies in it.

There are three ways to avoid being haunted by “the thing you didn’t do.” Continue reading: http://www.thirtythousanddays.org/2015/05/how-to-avoid-avoidance/
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https://plus.google.com/114521818989742948768 Gregg Krech : How to Avoid Avoidance We tend to move toward what we are attracted to. “I think I’ll have another...
How to Avoid Avoidance

We tend to move toward what we are attracted to.

“I think I’ll have another piece of that pecan pie.”

We tend to move away from what we have an aversion to.

“Thank you, but I think I’ll pass on the beets tonight.”

Sometimes we have an aversion to what we need to do. So we find all kinds of creative ways to avoid doing what we know we need to do. And then the thing we didn’t do goes away and we live happily ever after. That strategy doesn’t usually work.

Avoidance has a kind of diabolical quality to it: The more we avoid something, the greater our anxiety or fear of it. Our aversion grows. Our anxiety grows. Time passes. Not doing what we needed to do has consequences. Those consequences are unpleasant. The “thing we didn’t do” haunts us. It stalks us. Eventually the whole story becomes a movie. A scary movie. Maybe even with zombies in it.

There are three ways to avoid being haunted by “the thing you didn’t do.” Continue reading: http://www.thirtythousanddays.org/2015/05/how-to-avoid-avoidance/
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https://plus.google.com/114521818989742948768 Gregg Krech : How to Avoid Avoidance We tend to move toward what we are attracted to. “I think I’ll have another...
How to Avoid Avoidance

We tend to move toward what we are attracted to.

“I think I’ll have another piece of that pecan pie.”

We tend to move away from what we have an aversion to.

“Thank you, but I think I’ll pass on the beets tonight.”

Sometimes we have an aversion to what we need to do. So we find all kinds of creative ways to avoid doing what we know we need to do. And then the thing we didn’t do goes away and we live happily ever after. That strategy doesn’t usually work.

Avoidance has a kind of diabolical quality to it: The more we avoid something, the greater our anxiety or fear of it. Our aversion grows. Our anxiety grows. Time passes. Not doing what we needed to do has consequences. Those consequences are unpleasant. The “thing we didn’t do” haunts us. It stalks us. Eventually the whole story becomes a movie. A scary movie. Maybe even with zombies in it.

There are three ways to avoid being haunted by “the thing you didn’t do.” Continue reading: http://www.thirtythousanddays.org/2015/05/how-to-avoid-avoidance/
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https://plus.google.com/114521818989742948768 Gregg Krech : How to Avoid Avoidance We tend to move toward what we are attracted to. “I think I’ll have another...
How to Avoid Avoidance

We tend to move toward what we are attracted to.

“I think I’ll have another piece of that pecan pie.”

We tend to move away from what we have an aversion to.

“Thank you, but I think I’ll pass on the beets tonight.”

Sometimes we have an aversion to what we need to do. So we find all kinds of creative ways to avoid doing what we know we need to do. And then the thing we didn’t do goes away and we live happily ever after. That strategy doesn’t usually work.

Avoidance has a kind of diabolical quality to it: The more we avoid something, the greater our anxiety or fear of it. Our aversion grows. Our anxiety grows. Time passes. Not doing what we needed to do has consequences. Those consequences are unpleasant. The “thing we didn’t do” haunts us. It stalks us. Eventually the whole story becomes a movie. A scary movie. Maybe even with zombies in it.

There are three ways to avoid being haunted by “the thing you didn’t do.” Continue reading: http://www.thirtythousanddays.org/2015/05/how-to-avoid-avoidance/
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https://plus.google.com/114521818989742948768 Gregg Krech : How to Avoid Avoidance We tend to move toward what we are attracted to. “I think I’ll have another...
How to Avoid Avoidance

We tend to move toward what we are attracted to.

“I think I’ll have another piece of that pecan pie.”

We tend to move away from what we have an aversion to.

“Thank you, but I think I’ll pass on the beets tonight.”

Sometimes we have an aversion to what we need to do. So we find all kinds of creative ways to avoid doing what we know we need to do. And then the thing we didn’t do goes away and we live happily ever after. That strategy doesn’t usually work.

Avoidance has a kind of diabolical quality to it: The more we avoid something, the greater our anxiety or fear of it. Our aversion grows. Our anxiety grows. Time passes. Not doing what we needed to do has consequences. Those consequences are unpleasant. The “thing we didn’t do” haunts us. It stalks us. Eventually the whole story becomes a movie. A scary movie. Maybe even with zombies in it.

There are three ways to avoid being haunted by “the thing you didn’t do.” Continue reading: http://www.thirtythousanddays.org/2015/05/how-to-avoid-avoidance/
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https://plus.google.com/114521818989742948768 Gregg Krech : How to Avoid Avoidance We tend to move toward what we are attracted to. “I think I’ll have another...
How to Avoid Avoidance

We tend to move toward what we are attracted to.

“I think I’ll have another piece of that pecan pie.”

We tend to move away from what we have an aversion to.

“Thank you, but I think I’ll pass on the beets tonight.”

Sometimes we have an aversion to what we need to do. So we find all kinds of creative ways to avoid doing what we know we need to do. And then the thing we didn’t do goes away and we live happily ever after. That strategy doesn’t usually work.

Avoidance has a kind of diabolical quality to it: The more we avoid something, the greater our anxiety or fear of it. Our aversion grows. Our anxiety grows. Time passes. Not doing what we needed to do has consequences. Those consequences are unpleasant. The “thing we didn’t do” haunts us. It stalks us. Eventually the whole story becomes a movie. A scary movie. Maybe even with zombies in it.

There are three ways to avoid being haunted by “the thing you didn’t do.” Continue reading: http://www.thirtythousanddays.org/2015/05/how-to-avoid-avoidance/
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https://plus.google.com/114521818989742948768 Gregg Krech : How to Avoid Avoidance We tend to move toward what we are attracted to. “I think I’ll have another...
How to Avoid Avoidance

We tend to move toward what we are attracted to.

“I think I’ll have another piece of that pecan pie.”

We tend to move away from what we have an aversion to.

“Thank you, but I think I’ll pass on the beets tonight.”

Sometimes we have an aversion to what we need to do. So we find all kinds of creative ways to avoid doing what we know we need to do. And then the thing we didn’t do goes away and we live happily ever after. That strategy doesn’t usually work.

Avoidance has a kind of diabolical quality to it: The more we avoid something, the greater our anxiety or fear of it. Our aversion grows. Our anxiety grows. Time passes. Not doing what we needed to do has consequences. Those consequences are unpleasant. The “thing we didn’t do” haunts us. It stalks us. Eventually the whole story becomes a movie. A scary movie. Maybe even with zombies in it.

There are three ways to avoid being haunted by “the thing you didn’t do.” Continue reading: http://www.thirtythousanddays.org/2015/05/how-to-avoid-avoidance/
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https://plus.google.com/102951721398417939878 Caraa gallacher : TIME FOR TEA? If you know me you know I love tea, like, really love tea. I drink it everyday. I'll have...
TIME FOR TEA?
If you know me you know I love tea, like, really love tea. I drink it everyday. I'll have it in the morning, I'll have it before bed, I'll have a cream tea when I'm out and I'll have another when I get home. You get the message, I like tea. I've recently co...
TIME FOR TEA?

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https://plus.google.com/112061600339956441568 Holly Walsh : I'm staring at the packet of Jelly Babies - yes, I'll have another one, what harm can it do? Then I ...
I'm staring at the packet of Jelly Babies - yes, I'll have another one, what harm can it do? Then I stare at my reflection in the mirror - "look at them thighs, look at that stomach. Why don't I have the motivation to change myself? No! Why should I have to change myself to fit society's idea of perfect?" Then I remember, that's what I WANT. I want to fit in to society, I don't want to feel like I'm an outcast because I'm a bit bigger than the average healthy being. All them movies, all them magazines: spouting the idea of what the perfect body image should be. The media, society's biggest demon. How I love to hate you, and hate to love you. When will I be free? I feel like a beautiful skinny model trapped inside a 4ft 9inch body and size 16 frame. I suffer. I suffer a lot. I have PTSD, depression, and body dismorphia. Every day is a challenge. I am writing this blog for me, and anyone else who may be in this rickety shit-boat called life, constantly on edge of someone making that small comment and rocking that shit-boat, that moment when someone simply states at you in the wrong way and you have to stand in front of the mirror for ages looking at what they could have possibly been judging about you. I want to take a journey with the people in my position, to be a strong unit. Bit by bit I'll be delving into parts of my life that make me who I am. That causes me to be a human brain storm, constantly spouting new ideas on how to hate myself and society, here goes. 
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https://plus.google.com/118071388742843504549 ady peterson : Next week I'll have another concert to add as I won tickets to the birthday bash-Breaking Benjamin, ...
Next week I'll have another concert to add as I won tickets to the birthday bash-Breaking Benjamin, Papa Roach, In the Moment, We are Harlot, Upon a Burning Body and Sons of Texas :)
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https://plus.google.com/107459502753636692367 Ivy C : Shoutout to that one percent that doesn't miss my outfits 😂✌ Btw I'll have another one up by today ...
Shoutout to that one percent that doesn't miss my outfits 😂✌ Btw I'll have another one up by today so please stay tuned😉 #haterade #toostrong 
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https://plus.google.com/117606426810570561300 HorseRaceGame.com : Today in Horse Racing History – May 19, 2012:  I’ll Have Another broke clear and ran relaxed. He edged...
Today in Horse Racing History – May 19, 2012:  I’ll Have Another broke clear and ran relaxed. He edged closer while leaving the far turn and closed strong ahead of Bodemeister in the Preakness Stakes (G1) winning by a neck on the 1 3/16 mile dirt track at Pimlico.

I’ll Have Another won three additional graded races in 2012, the Robert B. Lewis Stakes (G2) over Empire Way by 2 3/4 lengths, the Santa Anita Derby (G1) by a nose over Creative Cause, and on May 5th, the Kentucky Derby (G1) ahead of Bodemeister by 1 1/2 lengths. I’ll Have Another was retired June 8th, a day before his scheduled start in the Belmont Stakes ending his Triple Crown run when it was revealed he was beginning to develop tendonitis of the superficial digital flexor tendon. I’ll Have Another joins Burgoo King (1932) and Bold Venture (1936) as the only horses to have won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, but not compete in the Belmont.

I’ll Have Another entered stud in 2013 at Big Red Farm in Hokkiado, Japan. He was voted the 2012 Eclipse Champion Three Year Old Male. His overall record was 7: 5-1-0 with career earnings of $2,693,600.

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