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  • HORSE RACING: What are your Top 3 Selections for THE WINNING COLORS STAKES @ Churchill Downs?

    Winning Colors S. Churchill Downs / Sat. May 25,2019 6 Furlongs / Fillies and Mares / 3 Year Olds And Up / Grade 3 Stakes / Purse: $100,000 Surface: Dirt / Race 10 / Post:5:26 PM Est. / TV - TVG PP/ Horse / Jockey/ Wgt/ Trainer / 1.Quick Quick Quick C. Landeros 120 Lbs I. Wilkes 2.Annathela J. Graham 120 Lbs G. Arnold, II 3.Upset Brewing E. Morales 120 Lbs W. Bradley 4.Classy Act A. Beschizza 120 Lbs J. Sharp 5.She's a Gypsy C. Lanerie 120 Lbs H. Pitts 6.Divine Queen C. Borel 120 Lbs W. Bradley 7.Let It Ride Mom T. Gaffalione 120 Lbs M. Casse 8.Astrollinthepark G. Saez 120 Lbs J. Jones 9.Awestruck B. Hernandez, Jr. 120 Lbs G. Arnold, II 10.Salt Bae R. Santana, Jr. 120 Lbs B. Flint 11.Honey Bunny T. Baze 120 Lbs J. Ortiz 12.Suzette J. Padron-Barcenas 120 Lbs T. Hurley ODDS WHEN AVAILABLE ULTIMATE PP`s / Saturday / Let It Ride Mom / Race 10 http://www.brisnet.com/cgi-bin/briswatch... The Blue Jay Factor Win ( 4 ) Classy Act Plc ( 8 ) Astrollinthepark Shw ( 6 ) Awestruck Alt: ( 10 ) Salt Bae ( 7 ) Let It Ride Mom "May the Horse be with You"
    5 answers 2 days ago Horse Racing
  • Found in a mt bike trail by train tracks is it worth something most likely not because the frame bent and rotted to 💩?

    6 answers 8 hours ago Cycling
  • What is Donald Trump’s drug of choice?

    14 answers 4 hours ago Football (American)
  • Im pregnant AGAIN! I want to keep up the theme of my two children, i have 2 sons. Hero and Bravery. I just need another boys name.?

    15 answers 1 day ago Volleyball
  • Will Rams miss the playoffs?

    No one will ever recover after Super Bowl loss.
    15 answers 2 days ago Football (American)
  • “It's not like ladylike to fight. Get yourself a husband who will look after you my dear” I want to kill whoever said this, why do people?

    Best answer: As a female martial art instructor of over 40 years, I can advise you to disregard such a foolish person. Nobody who knows anything about martial art thinks it is about fighting. You carry on, I am a highly regraded and sought after instructor, and nobody disrespects my feminine figure, or my petite size. Keep your own council, and do what drives you. You can help many the way you are headed. Keep up the good work.
    14 answers 2 days ago Martial Arts
  • How to Decide on a Gun?

    I'm really wanting to buy a gun, but I honestly don't know much about the different types. I'm just looking for something easily concealed, deadly, and has rapid fire, accuracy isn't that important, but if I can get it, I'll take it. Hopefully you guys can help, thank you!
    16 answers 2 days ago Hunting
  • If I become a gunsmith in Maryland, can I qualify for concealed carry permit?

    10 answers 1 day ago Hunting
  • Someone please help me. The Chiefs have the best Quarterback maybe ever and had an incredible offseason. How do they not win it all?

    13 answers 2 days ago Football (American)
  • Who would win these pro wrestling matches in their prime?

    Best answer: Savage: I think Savage had more discipline and focus than RVD, which is an odd thing to say about Savage. He was an over achiever though, and pretty much did everything notable that you could do in the WWF. I'd argue that in Rob's prime, he was working by ECW rules and had to lean on using weapons and Bill Alfonso. Savage was never without a manager. While Elizabeth wouldn't flat out deck Alfonso, she'd definitely make sure her man wouldn't eat a Van Terminator. If Sherri were out there? forget it, Fonzie is getting laid out.

    Fenix: Red was quite the innovator and many saw the next Rey Mysterio in him, much like with Fenix. Not to discredit the man's contribution to wrestling (even Rey nicked some of his moves and unabashedly admits it), but Red was "the next Rey Mysterio" almost 20 years ago and he never quite got there. Fenix is being called that now, and I'd say he's gotten further than Red ever did and even carved out his own legacy that could be viewed independent of the shadow of Rey-Rey. Maybe there'd be no Fenix without the Amazing Reds of the world, but as time marches on wrestlers surpass the ones that came before.

    Guerrero: Eddie slayed giants. PAC hasn't really done that yet. Eddie's a cunning guy who can eek out a victory, whereas PAC is just a mean bastard. One takes more strategy than the other.

    Gregory Helms: This is an interesting one because there is something vaguely comparable about them that I can't put my finger on. I think if WCW had lasted longer, Sugar Shane might've become more than he was. Even in his WWE run as a goofy superhero he managed to score a win over The Rock. Kidd never had that momentum. They're both excellent wrestlers with unique offense, but I think Helms has the edge.

    Chris Jericho: Guys like Kevin Owens and Y2J have obsessed over Owen to the point you could argue he's why they're wrestlers. Despite Owen's speed and precision, I think Y2J would have him scouted. It's an odd one to think about, but yeah.

    Kurt Angle: I loved prime Davey, prior to him becoming a massive knob who threatened to retire ever year and half-assing WWE tryouts that cost Eddie Edwards a contract. I think Kurt's more tenacious, more technical, and has way more body mass than Davey though.

    KENTA: It's another one of those arguments where Kyle was probably influenced by KENTA, but in this instance you can't learn or overcome what prime KENTA had. KENTA kicks hard, and even if Kyle tried to block those kicks, I think he'd still suffer for it.

    Jamie Noble: Hear me out on this one. Noble accomplished something that Alex Shelley has never accomplished, and that's singles success in RoH. Jamie Noble/Gibson held the ROH World Championship. Shelley never did. The best Shelley's ever done anywhere that matters as a single was TNA, and even then he only captured X-Division gold. I think Shelley is a great athlete who should've been a blue chip singles prospect, but he never got that opportunity. Noble's held world gold in a viable promotion, so I have to go with Noble.

    Ultimo: Prime Taijiri lived in the shadow of greater Japanese wrestlers, and that includes Ultimo. Dragon's a way more diverse and well-rounded athlete than Taijiri who really only relied on strikes, the tarantula, and some mist now and again.

    Pete Dunne: Contrary to stats and title wins and the outcome of confrontations, I think Dunne's a harder man to beat than Roddy. It took WALTER to dethrone him in NXT UK as champion after a long and respectful reign at the head of the roster. Roddy was the type to win the big one only when the bigger fish would flee the pond.

    I don't know Takeshi Morishima so I'll skip.

    Pete Dunne: This one's harder, but I don't think Dunne would ever fall to the likes of Kassius Ohno, no matter the circumstance.

    Johnny Wrestling: As much as I love Lynn, I think Gargano's superior in the ring. Neither man's win-loss record is much to write home about, but I think Johnny's more dynamic than Jerry in the ring.

    Undertaker: I like Brody, but he was always the monster to conquer on the bigger stages. He never got the mystique or dominance of an Undertaker behind him. Don't get me wrong, he was a hard man who competed in some savage bouts, but Undertaker never had to resort to some of Brody's tactics to win a fight.
    5 answers 3 days ago Wrestling
  • The Chiefs have the best roster on paper by far. The Patriots only have a Quarterback. Chiefs are the favorites to win it all correct?

    8 answers 18 hours ago Football (American)
  • Why do some people consider themselves "proud" gun owners?

    Best answer: If I were to question at all, why do people such as yourself make any fuss over those that keep or carry guns.
    This sort of thing I have only see as any issue just the last few decades, Before then it didn't matter to others, guns were just a part of people lives.
    Now I am proud that I am an American and exercise my rights of freedom or if I choose, to carry a gun in that I not be deprived of those rights.
    60 years ago, spiders in your home was nothing more than a sign of poor housekeeping, today they are a sign of terror and spawn of Satan, guess it is the same thing.
    The self defense you speak of just comes along for the ride, at least, I won't be a victim.
    13 answers 4 days ago Hunting
  • Is keeping a pistol clip loaded bad for the clip?

    10 answers 2 days ago Hunting
  • Raptors or Bucks?

    Who do you think will win this series? I say Bucks even though i'm a Raptors fan. Kawhi looks like he may break down, and the series is heading back to Milwaukee.
    10 answers 2 days ago Basketball
  • Harry Kane or Mo Salah?

    11 answers 2 days ago English Football (Soccer)
  • Over the past 6 years I have had 2 concussions, and I have been considering playing football next year. Should I?

    Best answer: Yes, I highly encourage you to play for your school's football team this upcoming season.

    My best advice for you is to work hard and perform very well in practice every day. In addition, what you need to do this summer (and every offseason) is eat healthy, exercise by doing weight lifting, and either jogging or going for a long run every day. If you do these things, you will get faster, stronger, and into better shape, which will greatly improve your chances of becoming a successful, top notch football player, as well as greatly reduce your risk of suffering another concussion or injury.
    10 answers 2 days ago Football (American)
  • I want to catch me some zombies what is the best bait?

    9 answers 2 days ago Fishing
  • How often do you clean your pistol and what products do you use?

    Best answer: Congrats on the new Ruger, you're going to love it. Take good care of it, and it will be passed down for generations. There's kind of a difference between keeping your weapon clean and "cleaning" it. If this is your every day carry, clean it every day by wiping it down and maybe a drop or two of oil. If it sits in a safe and only comes out to be fired, clean it before putting it back away. Use a brass wire brush on the bore with Hoppes #9. Be careful, it removes fouling from a barrel, so it will dam sure removed the finish from your kitchen table. Oil it lightly with Hoppes and you're good to go. I imagine there are others than Hoppe, but that's what I was raised using, and the smell takes me down memory lane every time I clean a weapon...I love that smell.. Oh well, hope that helps, good luck and shoot safely.
    14 answers 3 days ago Hunting
  • Is Trump the best golfer of all times?

    He recently shot a round of 68 wow
    6 answers 3 hours ago Golf
  • 11 year old nephew gave me a hard time for cheering at his practice before his baseball game. So unappreciative - should I go again?

    10 answers 2 days ago Baseball