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Ciarán Lynch is in the race to be the most trusted horse racing tipster on the island of Ireland.
The 39-year-old, a former equine vet, has been tracking online racing tips since he was a kid and now provides a daily list of results and live horses to followers of one-off websites the Irish Journal and Irish Daily Express.
“The tips are very unique and so personal and unique to each person’s situation, but we do have a big following,” Lynch said.
The horse of the day “D’Shawn” from the Allentown, Pennsylvania, race has made an impressive start with a 7.3-second run at the Allentown Fair, just short of the top four. “It has a fantastic start to it,” he said. “The owner will have the first opportunity to sell this horse at the market tomorrow. I know this guy well, he runs the country and he loves racing so I think you will see this thing grow very fast.”
D’Shawn won the race yesterday and will be the starting block for tomorrow morning’s Preakness Stakes at Oaks Farms. He is likely to come on to the lead later in the day before the pace drops to the sixth-place starters after their second race, which won’t start until 11 a.m. tomorrow morning.
At 10:30 a.m., the second-best horse will move into the lead – just off the pace – as Michael McGlashan from the Boston Racing Club is the winner of Saturday’s Preakness.
For the first time in its long history, the government could have a meaningful say on public policy.
At Wednesday’s election campaign launch, the government pledged to establish a new regulatory body that would ensure that Ontario electricity companies met all of their regulatory obligations. All it promised in return was that the regulatory body be overseen by the province’s chief financial officer, and that the legislation be put to a vote.
If the Conservatives and Liberals really want to get Ontario moving in the right direction, this is what they need to do.
That is a good sign. In Ontario we have very specific policies on electric utilities, but they were largely put into place without direct government input – an oversight that was done in the 1990s, and that will continue. The Liberals promised to bring the “Ontario Electric Guarantee Act” to the House of Commons, but
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