Stud dogs – Club Fuer Molosser http://club-fuer-molosser.net/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 16:22:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-88.png Stud dogs – Club Fuer Molosser http://club-fuer-molosser.net/ 32 32 Who is Ben Willoughby? Meet the deckhand from Below Deck season 10 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/who-is-ben-willoughby-meet-the-deckhand-from-below-deck-season-10/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 00:03:31 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/who-is-ben-willoughby-meet-the-deckhand-from-below-deck-season-10/ Under the bridge Season 10 is ready to air on Bravo in less than a week. After the not-so-exciting season 9, viewers are hoping the next series will change that and be more entertaining. The soon-to-be-released series will introduce viewers to new cast members alongside famous cast members. One of them is Ben Willoughby. Ben […]]]>

Under the bridge Season 10 is ready to air on Bravo in less than a week. After the not-so-exciting season 9, viewers are hoping the next series will change that and be more entertaining. The soon-to-be-released series will introduce viewers to new cast members alongside famous cast members. One of them is Ben Willoughby.

Ben Willhoughby will join the luxury yacht as deckhand. Ben is 27 years old and originally from Australia’s Gold Coast. The trailer for the upcoming series also teases that there could be some steam between Ben and his costar Camille.

The show’s official synopsis reads:

“Below Deck is sailing through the Caribbean for its 10th season, led by seafaring stud Captain Lee. Set on the lush island of St. Lucia, crystal clear waters and dramatically tapering mountains, the Pitons, are sure to excite even the most discerning customers.”

Continuing, the synopsis adds:

“Aboard the largest motor yacht in Under Deck history, the crew are impressed by the luxurious and massive 197ft St. David’s vessel, but quickly learn that a bigger boat brings bigger problems. .”

With little to no time for the series premiere on Bravo, here’s everything you need to know about new deckhand Ben Willoughby.


Ben Willoughby from Under the bridge is a thrill seeker and joined a mega yacht crew in France

According to Ben’s biography on Bravo, he describes himself as an “ocean child at heart”. He was inspired by his childhood friend’s “yacht lifestyle”. His biography also mentioned:

“Ben first took to the high seas in 2020 when he joined a mega yacht crew in France. Combining his passion for fitness with his love of the water, Ben has worked as both a deckhand and personal trainer on yachts for the past three years.”

Adding to this:

“A social guy who firmly believes that ‘a Pina Colada is always a good decision’, Ben is eager to party on board. This thrill-seeking Australian is determined to stand out on the deck of the St. David. “

Ben also underwent personal training while on board other ships. The Under the bridge The star’s Instagram page features posts about her travel expeditions, fitness journey, tattoos and lush lifestyle. Some of his posts also feature the deckhand and his friends together.

Earlier this year, in October, Ben uploaded a photo of himself from his Bravo profile and captioned it:

“Reckless • Charismatic • Aussie “Watch out on deck” Right to you salty sea dogs. I can’t bite my tongue anymore, the secret is finally out I’m an official cast member for season 10 with @ belowdeckbravo. The industry needs a big change and I’m leading the charge. 🛟 but first make sure you’re ready on the walkie for the latest drama below deck. You can see me amongst all the action on @bravotv for Below Deck Season 10. Stay salty sailors, see you on deck soon.”

Ben is also the host of a podcast called word on teak | SuperYacht crew.


Under the bridge Season 10 will air only on Bravo on November 21 at 9 p.m. ET. Readers can check your local listings for more information.



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Approval of Neon Workshop, gallery and community space at former Caprice nightclub – The Isle Of Thanet News https://club-fuer-molosser.net/approval-of-neon-workshop-gallery-and-community-space-at-former-caprice-nightclub-the-isle-of-thanet-news/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 10:50:42 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/approval-of-neon-workshop-gallery-and-community-space-at-former-caprice-nightclub-the-isle-of-thanet-news/ The Neon Ballroom website Proposals to turn the former Caprice nightclub in Cliftonville into a neon-making workshop and multi-generational live-work unit have now been approved by Thanet council. Owner Kerry Ryan, who bought the site in 2019, aims to create a flexible-use site with an art gallery, arts education space, community space, wedding venue for […]]]>
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Proposals to turn the former Caprice nightclub in Cliftonville into a neon-making workshop and multi-generational live-work unit have now been approved by Thanet council.

Owner Kerry Ryan, who bought the site in 2019, aims to create a flexible-use site with an art gallery, arts education space, community space, wedding venue for rent, temporary residential accommodation and a use by artists in residence. There would also be a 24-hour security guard presence at high-value art exhibits.

The combination of uses will create a new cultural space in Cliftonville, providing opportunities for educational and vocational training.

Neon specialist Kerry Ryan at former Caprice Club Photo Dave Stillman

Kerry, who hails from the Isle of Dogs in east London, creates neon installations for a host of clients and artists including Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Peter Saville and Cerith Wyn Evans.

The boss of Neon Specialists, who has bases in London and Miami, creates the gallery and his studio in the original ballroom (later nightclub, pool table and arcade spaces) as well as the ‘living space.

Kerry, who has five daughters, has been creating neon for over 35 years and working for himself since he was 18.

Kerry’s neon works

He started as an apprentice at the age of 15. Speaking to The Isle of Thanet News when he first bought the venue, Kerry said: ‘It was with Truman at Brick Lane. I was an apprentice in screen printing but they also had a neon department.

“I taught myself and went to the London School of Print at Elephant and Castle. I set up on my own at 18 and then the kids came so I had to work even harder!

“I’ve always rented a studio in London, but now that I’ve bought (Club Caprice) I don’t need to.

Kerry’s family on the site

“I used to come to Margate as a kid and always remember the donut stand at Bem Boms. From ten years ago to now, there has been a transformation in Margate, it has become a New York City from a downtown core.

“I have friends here and I meet more and more people here all the time.

“The main reason I bought it is for the view and the sea. I’ll have a studio directly overlooking that and I can just walk out of my house and go swimming in the sea.”

Turner Contemporary’s first neon sign was also made by Kerry for artist Sir Michael Craig-Martin.

Neon installation at the old ArtGame

In November 2019, Kerry exhibited a stunning neon display and video installation at the former Artgame gallery on Margate’s Marine Drive as part of a six-month residency.

Planning documents lodged with Thanet Council earlier this year state: “The architectural vision is to retain, repair and reveal the beautiful historic architecture, retaining the exposed brick walls and floors. The ceilings, the ribs (mouldings on the beams) and the cornices of the main building will be faithfully restored.

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“Slight minor alterations will complement the historic architectural design with a simple palette of traditional materials. The proposed development retains the open character and form of the building’s historic plan, and does not subdivide the front space. »

The plans were submitted in March/April of this year, then new proposals with some modifications for materials and layout were tabled in July. Approval was granted this month.

The neon workshop will be used to make neon works and hold education workshops and provide a training facility. The public will be able to come and watch the neon lights being made.

Kerry Ryan

The modular space between ground floor, lower ground floor and upper ground floor will constitute the living-work unit with three types of spaces:

A large open space on the ground floor.

Shared by all spaces including a basement kitchen and associated stairs

Spaces for residential purposes where Kerry, her daughters and grandchildren will stay. This area will be closely interconnected with the more public parts of the flexible site.

What the vPPR Architects Image space could look like

The most public areas of the two middle bays will have stunning sea views over the old Lido. This will serve as an art gallery, educational space, conferences, community events and/or wedding venue for rent. Disabled toilets will be installed.

A stud wall will be introduced between the two north bays, creating part of the multi-generational living space in the north bay and providing a wall to hang artwork for exhibits.

Outdoor plantings and sculptures are also planned.

Between 2 and 4 people will be hired at the neon workshop, which will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. The living/working space should accommodate between four and six residents and have a capacity of around 220 visitors per day with the same opening hours as the workshop.

In an assessment by the council’s planning officer, it said: ‘Overall the proposed work would help retain and restore the character and appearance of the listed building with limited alteration to the historic fabric.

“Where additional features such as new stairs and windows to the rear of the property are to be fitted, these should be constructed of metal, providing a clear modern contrast to the older sections of the building.”

Once completed, the venue will be available for party hire and there are plans to involve schools in the neon workshops.

The Grade II listed building forms part of the Margate Conservation Area.

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Paragon Court, a listed four-storey Georgian terrace, was built around 1830 and is located on Fort Paragon and the site is part of this list and the building in the basement.

Historical maps show that there has been a building at the location of the club dating to historical maps from 1891 and 1904. The building is believed to have been used as an entrance to Paragon Court and as a dining and entertainment area. Paragon Court consists of a number of converted apartments.

The app site operated like the old nightclub, 1960s Club Caprice. Later dubbed Jurassic Park by some regulars – due to its “more mature” clientele – the club operated until March 2016, when which it was known as New Club Caprice.

The club site then stood empty until it was taken over by Kerry in June 2019. Work had started that year but was hampered by the covid pandemic for the next two years.

Remembering Club Caprice

Memories of sticky carpets, “catch a grandma” jokes and a 6am closing time make Margate’s Club Caprice a part of Thanet history.

The Cliff Terrace venue was the perfect place for late-night drinks as early as the 1960s. Later named Jurassic Park by some regulars – due to its “more mature” clientele – the club operated until March 2016 , at which time it was known as New Club Caprice.

Logging off on facebook for the last time, the club posted “End of error. Thank you for all the great times we had at the club, now turned into apartments.

Whether this is truly the end of a mistake or an era depends on your perspective, but the days of dancing at the Nolans are now over.

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The Thanet Hidden History page unearthed these photos of the club’s sad end – and we found a few snaps of revelers enjoying themselves before Club Caprice was finally closed.

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Protecting the Hill of Tara… After 5,500 years, what’s 10 more? https://club-fuer-molosser.net/protecting-the-hill-of-tara-after-5500-years-whats-10-more/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 20:20:37 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/protecting-the-hill-of-tara-after-5500-years-whats-10-more/ Previous Next Image 1 of 5 The Hill of Tara. Irish Government National Monuments Service Photographic Unit Image 2 of 5 Former football captain Meath Graham Geraghty to stone Lia Fáil on Tara. Image 3 of 5 Events like the Dawn Run on Tara are a thing of the past. Image 4 of 5 The […]]]>


A few weeks ago, this humble scribe felt a thrill of excitement when he learned that the long-awaited conservation management plan for the Hill of Tara had been launched, after years of dithering and dithering by various departments and agencies responsible for the historic site and its surroundings.

According to the press release, the plan will provide a framework for the continued protection, conservation and management of the national monument over the next decade.

The new conservation management plan proposes a program of action based on four key objectives, to be achieved throughout the life of the plan. These are:

Protection: To protect and conserve heritage on state-owned land in Tara, and maintain its cultural significance, integrity and authenticity, including its amenities and setting; Promotion: promote awareness of the Hill of Tara and its importance; Interpretation: Managing and enriching the visitor experience on the Hill of Tara; Implementation: Implement the actions of the Tara Conservation Management Plan.

However, the 65-page post doesn’t tell us much that we don’t already know. It is amazing that it has taken so long, after decades of local campaigning, to state the obvious. But the fact that the plan has finally seen the light of day is a positive step.

The drafting of the plan was led by a steering group made up of representatives from the National Monuments Service, the National Parks and Wildlife Service, the Office of Public Works, the Discovery Program, the Heritage Board and the Board of the County Meath. (Maybe that’s the first problem – there are too many cooks!)

Public and stakeholder consultation conducted by the Heritage Council (in 2018) contributed to the identification of sustainable policies and objectives.

So, from all of this, a “vision statement” was born: “The Hill of Tara is a unique cultural landscape of international significance where visitors discover tangible and intangible connections with those who have occupied the site for more than 5,500 year. Recognizing this, the aim is to protect, conserve and promote an appreciation of the Hill of Tara by putting in place a sound management framework that will ensure that its importance is maintained for present and future generations.

Thank God for that.

The first part of the report, the first 40 or so pages, gives us a history lesson on the Hill of Tara and the consultation process, before addressing the conservation issues and vulnerabilities of the site.

These included the condition of the archaeological monuments on the hill (generally well preserved); with significant human impacts between the 18th and the middle of the 20th century linked to agricultural activity, land sharing, quarrying and treasure hunting; plowing and cultivating the land did not help, nor did the construction of field boundaries.

Changes in land use and weather patterns, as well as increased visitor numbers since the land became state property, have led to a greater incidence of physical impact and erosion . The main sources of erosion currently affecting the complex are pedestrian traffic and sports training. Some damage is caused by the heavy use of the site as a training ground – this includes individual runners and those training as a team – with nail marks evident at the site and on a number of monuments. (No more All-Irelands will be won up there!)

Capacity issues

The report highlights the long-standing problem of how Tara cannot keep up with visitor numbers.

Figures from the Office of Public Works indicate that there were more than 100,000 visitors in the first half of 2021. About half of those who visit do so regularly; the main purpose of these visits is not to see the monuments but to enjoy a walk in a magnificent place. Therefore, for many, the hill functions much like an urban park. The infrastructure is not robust enough to cope with the growth in the number of visitors to Tara, the report acknowledges. The hill is mainly accessible by cars or coaches which have to negotiate narrow country roads, many of which lack the capacity to cope with heavy vehicle use. The number of vehicles on these roads poses safety concerns for pedestrians and cyclists. At Tara village there are two car parks – a small public car park at the main entrance to the site owned by Meath County Council and a larger private car park. Many cars and coaches are parked along the roads, which inconvenience the inhabitants of the surroundings of the hill and exerts considerable pressure on the road network.

Upon arrival at the site, visitors often find the main access point crowded. Also, around the time of the summer solstice, the presence and behavior of some unauthorized campers near the entrance intimidated visitors and on-site staff. Access is limited for people with reduced mobility and other disabilities.

The lack of directional signage to navigate the site is disconcerting to some visitors, and current trails and grassland management may cause difficulties for some. A number of dog owners leave their dogs off-leash, causing soiling and worrying other visitors, especially those with young children.

Interpretive panels at the main entrance to the site Bureau of Public Works guides operate from the church between mid-May and mid-September and some unregulated private guide services also operate.

A video is shown to visitors at the church which effectively acts as a seasonal visitor center. The directions to the church are unclear and the entrance to the church is somewhat unwelcoming. Alterations to the main entrance gates have been undertaken primarily to improve universal access and large information panels tell the story of the site at this main access point.

Interpretive signs have been placed here to protect the clean character of the hill; however, the amount of information is considerable and it is observed that visitors tend not to read everything before going to the site.

On the hill itself the only markers are the 1960s signs marking some of the main landmarks with their Irish and English names and there is no individual interpretation.

Proposals

There are 23 goals and actions proposed in this plan for state lands in Tara, which reflect the vision and priorities of the Steering Group, and which have been informed by comments and views expressed during the consultation process.

Over the next two years, a framework for monitoring the impacts of climate change on the site will be developed.

The plan’s emphasis also balances the need to facilitate sustainable public access and provide the highest quality visitor experience befitting the significance of the site, with the imperative to protect the heritage of site. To this end, measures to facilitate sustainable access for arrival at the site respecting its setting, meaning and surroundings, taking into account traffic and parking issues, public transport, cycling and pedestrians will be implemented over the next few years, the report says.

It is not yet clear what this is – as an implementation group will be created, made up of representatives from the organizations that sat on the steering group.

The management plan is said to be a living document, but the implementation group only plans to meet twice a year for the next 10 years, with the plan being revised after the first five.

But then, what is 10 years when you look at a site that is more than five millennia old?

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Tory Burch Just Scored Over 300 Pieces – Shop Up To 50% Off https://club-fuer-molosser.net/tory-burch-just-scored-over-300-pieces-shop-up-to-50-off/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 14:28:53 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/tory-burch-just-scored-over-300-pieces-shop-up-to-50-off/ Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships, so we may receive compensation for certain links to products and services. We don’t treat ourselves to big designer buys too often, no matter how badly we want them. Buying a Tory Burch bag at full price, for example, can certainly be a bit of an investment. But what about […]]]>

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Ohio State vs Penn State Odds, Picks and Predictions https://club-fuer-molosser.net/ohio-state-vs-penn-state-odds-picks-and-predictions/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 13:11:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/ohio-state-vs-penn-state-odds-picks-and-predictions/ Ohio State has incinerated every defense in its path, and while Penn State won’t turn around, we think it’s much more likely to fight fire with fire. Find out why our college football picks support the Over for this Big Ten showdown. At this point, it seems inevitable that once again the winner of the […]]]>

Ohio State has incinerated every defense in its path, and while Penn State won’t turn around, we think it’s much more likely to fight fire with fire. Find out why our college football picks support the Over for this Big Ten showdown.

At this point, it seems inevitable that once again the winner of the regular season finale between the Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan will be the de facto Big Ten champions. But if there’s one team that might have something to say about it, it’s the Penn State Nittany Lions.

The one-loss Nittany Lions host the undefeated Buckeyes at Happy Valley this weekend. Can Penn State overcome a juggernaut Ohio State offense and be upset with more than two touchdown passes? Or will he be crushed by CJ Stroud and Co. like everyone else on the way to the Buckeyes so far?

I break it all down and bring you my best bet with my college football picks and predictions for Ohio State vs. Penn State on Saturday, October 27.

Ohio State vs Penn State Best Odds

Ohio State vs Penn State picks and predictions

For my money, Ohio State has the best offense in the nation (sorry, Tennessee fans). That high-octane offense took the Buckeyes to a 7-0 record and quarterback CJ Stroud is the betting favorite to win the Heisman Trophy.

The State of Ohio can attack you in many ways. The team has a seemingly endless supply of stud receivers. Emeka Egbuka, Marvin Harrison Jr. and Josh Flemming all average at least 15 yards per catch and have scored at least six touchdowns. Oh, and top wide player Jaxon Smith-Njigba should be back this week.

Meanwhile, running backs Miyan Williams and TreVeyon Henderson have each combined for nearly 1,000 yards on 6.4 yards per carry and 13 scores. This balance and depth of talent means this team ranks fourth in total offense and second in scoring offense, posting 49.6 points per game.

Basically, Penn State’s defense will have their hands full. The Nittany Lions have a strong secondary, but the rush defense is starting to show cracks, giving up nearly five yards per carry over its last three games. That includes giving up a whopping 418 yards to Michigan in a 41-17 loss two weeks ago.

But defending a team with so many weapons exhausts you. Look what happened in Iowa last week. The Hawkeyes managed to keep him somewhat close. But long drive after long drive by the Buckeyes and, before you know it, there’s a 50-burger in a 54-10 win. And that’s an objectively better Iowa defense.

However, head coach James Franklin will have his team for this game and give Ohio State their best effort. But I think it lends itself better to betting the total than supporting the Nittany Lions as dogs.

Sean Clifford looked healthy last week, leading his team to a 45-17 win over Minnesota. With Clifford under center, it’s a balanced offense, with improved offensive line play and the emergence of freshman running back Nicholas Singleton.

They will face off against an improving but mostly untested Ohio State defense. The Nittany Lions should be able to score 17-24 points at home, and that will be enough to send this one over the count.

my best bet: More than 60.5 (-110 at FanDuel)

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Ohio State vs Penn State spread analysis

The line for this Big Ten battle is a bit of a no-man’s land at 15.5 and hasn’t seen much movement from that number Thursday morning.

Much will be made of the fact that James Franklin is 0-10 in his last 10 meetings against the top 10 teams, including that loss to Michigan on Oct. 15. Penn State is also 0-5 SU in the last five meetings. against Ohio State. But the Nittany Lions are 4-1 ATS in those games, dropping an average of just seven points and never more than 13.

Like I said, Franklin usually prepares his team for this game. And generally, I like to get more than two touchdowns at home with Penn State.

But this Ohio State offense is so dangerous. Expect to see some big games from running backs Henderson and Williams after what the Wolverines did to them a few weeks ago. It will force Penn State’s defense to come clean and open things up to an already great Stroud.

The 15.5 line tells me that bettors aren’t quite sure which direction this one will go, and the same goes for me. So I will stay away.

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Ohio State vs. Penn State Over/Under Analysis

Obviously, I feel pretty good about the Over here. Ohio State has amassed at least 49 points in its four conference games so far. That includes 50 burgers against Iowa and Wisconsin, two theoretically good defenses.

With the Buckeyes working so hard on offense, it’s no surprise the over bets are 4-0 in those four games. On top of that, they’ve overshot by more than nine points per game.

Meanwhile, Ohio State’s defense is giving up an average of 15.3 points per game in Big Ten play, which doesn’t sound like a lot, but when you’re averaging 50, it easily lowers the totals. in the low 60s, and Penn State has arguably the most capable offense the Buckeyes have faced all season.

Going 5-0 in Ohio State Big Ten games looks like a solid bet.

Ohio State vs Penn State Betting Trend You Need to Know

The Over is 5-0 in Ohio State’s last five games and 4-0 in Penn State’s last four games against teams with a winning record. Find more NCAA betting trends for Ohio State vs. Penn State.

Match info Ohio State vs Penn State

Location: Beaver Stadium, University Park, Pennsylvania
Date: Saturday, October 29, 2022
To start up: 12:00 p.m. ET
TV: FOX

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Santa Barbara plays hard hitting game to beat Buena and stay in first place | Sports https://club-fuer-molosser.net/santa-barbara-plays-hard-hitting-game-to-beat-buena-and-stay-in-first-place-sports/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 06:32:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/santa-barbara-plays-hard-hitting-game-to-beat-buena-and-stay-in-first-place-sports/ VENTURA — The Santa Barbara High football team used the hard hitting game to close in on a piece of a Channel League championship Friday night in Buena. The Dons dropped Nathan Barrios on the Bulldogs and got a terrific showing from their defense in the second half of a 42-23 victory. Santa Barbara improves […]]]>

VENTURA — The Santa Barbara High football team used the hard hitting game to close in on a piece of a Channel League championship Friday night in Buena.

The Dons dropped Nathan Barrios on the Bulldogs and got a terrific showing from their defense in the second half of a 42-23 victory.

Santa Barbara improves to 6-1 in the league (8-1 overall) and remains tied for first place in the league standings with Rio Mesa and Pacifica, both of which won their games Friday night. Buena drops to fourth place at 5-2.

The Dons can earn a tie for the Channel League title with a win over crosstown rival San Marcos next Friday night in the regular season finale.

Barrios rushed for four touchdowns — two in each half — and rushed for 210 yards on 17 carries as Santa Barbara played old-school football. Quarterback Abel Renteria also ran for a touchdown and threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Kai Mault.

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Kai Mault catches a touchdown pass from quarterback Abel Renteria in the third quarter. (Photo by Gary Kim/Noozhawk)

“He’s been waiting all year (for a game like this),” Santa Barbara coach JT Stone said of Barrios’ great performance. of the ball. But he was our best football player last year and he is our best football player again.

Santa Barbara’s ability to run the football was a big factor in the win.

“We came here with the plan to wear Buena down,” Stone said. “They’ve got a lot of guys that go both ways. This No. 27 (quarterback/punter/kicker/linebacker Zane Carter) is a flippin’ super stallion, hats off to him. But we knew this type of game from football for us was really gonna be won in the trenches. “Let’s do this, let’s hit them hard, let’s get the football going and wear these guys down and have them chase us down the field.”

“And our offensive line, I think we ran the ball for a decent amount of yards tonight, so I was really, really happy with our offensive line and how our plan was going.”

Barrios said a pregame speech he used from Detroit Lions player Jamaal Williams on the HBO show “Hard Knocks” got him excited and the Dons were fired up for the game.

“It really went to my heart,” he said of the speech, which basically said the puppies stay on the porch and the big dogs go eat. “I wanted to be that big dog on the court today. And, the O line has gone crazy. I love them.”

Santa Barbara defenders converge on Buena wide receiver Coin Guenther.
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Santa Barbara defenders converge on Buena wide receiver Coin Guenther. (Photo by Gary Kim/Noozhawk)

Barrios had touchdown passes for 19 and 7 yards in the first half as the Dons led 22-17. A 2-yard run stretched the lead to 35-17 in the third quarter and he took the win with a 50-yard getaway with 2:42 left in the game.

Santa Barbara made it known early on that she wanted to beat the ball against Buena. He ran the ball on six of their first eight plays in their opener. But the drive stalled and the Dons kicked. Buena missed the punt and Murphy Cisneros recovered at the Bulldogs’ 14.

On the first down, Barrios went the distance for a touchdown. Roark Norton kicked off the PAT for a 7-0 lead at 7:13 of the first quarter.

Buena came out flying when he got the ball. Carter was hot, completing five passes on a 67-yard drive and ending the drive with a 13-yard touchdown run. The PAT tied the score at 7-7 at 3:48.

The Bulldogs got the ball back when Erick Guzman knocked out Renteria. Carter hit Camden Walker for a 21-yard gain to put the ball on the Santa Barbara 14 and Buena took the lead on a 2-yard run from Carter.

Santa Barbara responded with a 9-play, 67-yard practice that featured eight plays on the way. Renteria scored the touchdown on a 6-yard run. Kai Mault ran for the 2-point conversion to put the Dons ahead 15-14 at 7:07 of the second quarter.

Carter, with the help of a 44-yard run from Walker, once again led the Bulldogs down the field. They reached the 7 before Santa Barbara linebacker Julian Castro crossed the line and dropped Stevie Plahn for a 2-yard loss on third down. Carter threw a 26-yard field goal to put Buena back in the lead, 17-15, at 4:32 of the second quarter.

Santa Barbara stuck to their game plan of hitting the ball with Koa Herrera, Barrios and Renteria, who also mixed in a few short passes. On the third-and-third of the 7, Renteria faked a throw sweep with Winston Bartley and handed the ball to Barrios for a 7-yard touchdown and a 22-17 lead.

Buena benefited from a few major Santa Barbara penalties to attempt a 43-yard field goal late in the first half, but Carter’s attempt fizzled.

“We’re really happy with where we’re going,” Buena coach Ryan Bolland said. “(Santa Barbara) is really good, they’re really good defensively. They do a lot of different things, give a lot of different looks. They made adjustments and we spat a bit.”

The Santa Barbara defense came out on top on Buena’s first possession in the second half. Linebacker Benicio Garcia-Holland stopped Carter on the quarterback tie on third of 19 downs, leaving the Bulldogs to go for a 33-yard field goal. The kick was wide to the left.

“We knew we had to hit 27 and we did,” Stone said.

The Dons attack took over from there. The line opened up a hole for Barrios and he went 51 yards to the Buena 25. On the next play, Renteria went airborne and found Mault in the end zone for a 25-yard strike, increasing the advance to 28-17. at 4:47 of the third quarter.

The Santa Barbara defense started to put more pressure on Carter and it paid off. With Damian Stehno and Roark crossing the Bulldogs offensive line, Carter threw a pass that was intercepted by Andrew Tobin of the Dons at Buena 32 and returned at 22.

Four Barrios runs later, it was 35-17 with 52 seconds left in the third quarter.

“They thought we were a little softer in the middle and they were really beefy in the middle. And that was kind of what meant being the difference on the stretch,” Bolland said.

Buena got another touchdown as backup quarterback Ty Weeks scored on a 3-yard run.

But the Dons returned to Barrios and the senior looped 50 yards for the tiebreaker.

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BFC Week 8 odds, picks, predictions and best bets https://club-fuer-molosser.net/bfc-week-8-odds-picks-predictions-and-best-bets/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 20:28:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/bfc-week-8-odds-picks-predictions-and-best-bets/ This article is part of our College Football Picks series. College Capper: College Football Week 8 Best Bets Sign up for Caesars Sportsbook using our Caesars Sportsbook promo code for your first bet of $1,250 on Caesars plus tier and reward credits. Chris’ picks Back in the win column last week after the first […]]]>


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Back in the win column last week after the first losing week of the previous year, and it could have been better. Miami took a 20-0 lead before nearly blowing it and failing to cover. I hit another totally unlike me total, and Clemson held on for another positive week. The lines are getting sharper and we have a plethora of weeks off so there aren’t as many options to choose from. No bueno when I’ve already struggled to come up with five picks for each of the past two weeks. Let’s see where we land in Week 8. I won’t allow myself to go the opposite direction and take Duke as cover against Miami. It’s not sound picking. But guess what, Miami won’t cover! Duke is better coached because the current Canes roster is used to being pampered.

Northern Illinois (-3) in Ohio

I didn’t have confidence in myself last week against the Huskies. They had struggled before, but were preseason conference favorites and dogs against Eastern Michigan. They shouldn’t have been, winning 39-10, and that line makes it look like we don’t trust their turnaround. Michigan State transfer Rocky Lombardi is back under center after missing time through injury, and the Huskies have their run game underway, ranking 32nd with 193.0 ypg and 4.8 ypc. That should play well against a Bobcat defense that’s allowing 4.6 ypc and 161.1 ypg rushing with 14 TDs in seven games.

Missouri (-13.5) Missouri against Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt scored 31 conference points in three games, including 28 against an unselfish Ole Miss team whose game was sandwiched between two tough games. It’s also a classic spot where last week’s opponent can beat the Commodores twice, as they’re surely beaten physically and emotionally by Georgia. Meanwhile, Missouri is fresh, having not played last week. They took Georgia to the brink and suffered no disappointment in the next outing on a trip to Florida. They seem to be improving on both sides and earning my trust. With just two wins, this is one they need to take seriously. Shop around and find this under two touchdowns, although it probably doesn’t matter.

UCLA (+6.5) UCLA in Oregon

Taking a road dog into Autzen Stadium is usually not the preference. That’s even less the case for a team that’s only played one road game so far, in lowly Colorado. But Bruins coach Chip Kelly is returning to his old turf and has had an extra week to prepare. It’s a veteran group that shouldn’t be overwhelmed by the vibe. Dorian Thompson-Robinson will have match points at worst in what is expected to be a high-scoring, home-and-away, single-possession game.

Freedom (+7) Freedom against BYU

The line has been dancing here all week, falling and then rising above its open (-6.5), and hopefully will continue to climb. Liberty has already scored big victories in its rise to power, but it’s a different beast. Getting BYU on their campus is a huge deal for non-football reasons. The school is trying to build itself into the East Coast version of BYU. Lynchburg will become a zoo; both inside and outside the stadium. BYU is traveling east and could be a bit beaten down physically and mentally after games against Notre Dame and Arkansas. Liberty could also pick up former Baylor and Utah QB Charlie Brewer, further boosting their chances. BYU just doesn’t strike me as a team that goes on the road and wins hard. BYU is also 2-5 ATS, dropping five straight.

More than 63.5 Charlotte vs. Florida International

Both of these teams are pitiful defensively. Charlotte has the worst defense in the country, giving up 44.6 points per game. The CRF ranks 122nd in allowing 36.8 ppg. My math says if they’re both average here, it’s 81.4 points, which gives us three scores as a cushion. Charlotte is a known commodity offensively. QB Chris Reynolds has a trio of good receivers who will exploit FIU’s young secondary, I like them to flirt safely with 40 points here. So we really need the Panthers to get into the 20s. Unfortunately the number has steadily increased over the week, opening at 59.5, so don’t wait if you’re interested. The most is 5-2 in Charlotte contests, but only 2-4 in FIUs. We need Charlotte’s defense to continue to be porous.

Last week: 3-2; season 24-16

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GREG’S CHOICES

I mentioned last week how nice it was to sit down and write this article after posting a 4-1 week, well 4-1 straight weeks is even better! Seriously, I’m still hesitant to get high in this business because no matter how hard you run, a bad week is never far away. Regardless of that thought, I’m not as excited about the map this week as I have been for the past two weeks, so keep that in mind.

Before coming to this week’s matches, a little background. The only loss came to Kansas, which simply had no defense. The offense kept them close enough for backdoor cover, but the defense just couldn’t stop the Sooners. The victories started with Illinois winning, and I might add quite easily, as an outright dog. Iowa State was another easy win as the Cyclones were within a score pretty much the entire way. Tennessee with the points was pretty stress free and even though the Volunteers trailed by seven late in the game, it didn’t take long to tie and ultimately win the game. The final win was over the TCU and it wasn’t easy at all, in fact, I probably shouldn’t have won that match, but with the help of OT the number exceeded the total.

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Clemson Clemson (-13.5) against Syracuse

I don’t want to dismiss the 6-0 record that Orange posted, but they were very lucky with how the schedule fell to this point. They faced a messy Louisville team (at home) in Week 1, beat a Purdue in fluid fashion as Aidan O’Connell received his legs (at home) and outplayed a good NC State team who missed his departure. QB (also at home). They’ve run their business, to their credit, but this week is a whole different beast. This Clemson team is a far cry from the teams that have won national championships in the last decade, but it’s getting better every week and the Tigers should have enough to separate themselves here.

More Kansas (58.5) Kansas at Baylor

That line opened at 63.5 and nosedived assuming Baylor stud QB Blake Shapen would be unavailable after suffering a concussion last week against West Virginia. A few things to note here though, first although this may seem to go against conventional wisdom, I think the college game is more lenient when it comes to pushing players through concussion protocol cerebral, especially after the recent events in the NFL. Second, as of Wednesday, Shapen was back in practice. Now, that could be a smokescreen as Baylor might try to sneak in their save, but it looks like Shapen has a good chance to play. If he does, it’s an easy game because Baylor has been a supermachine in conference play and as I mentioned earlier, Kansas has no defense.

More Purdue (50.5) Purdue in Wisconsin

Purdue is rolling on offense right now after scoring 74 points over the past two weeks. Wisconsin isn’t quite the same team that historically would eliminate every game, the Badgers will commit if needed and I think that’s what’s happening here. The Badger defense isn’t what it has been for the past few years and quite honestly, even if it were, I’m not sure they would be able to stop the Purdue offense. On the other side of the ball, the Badgers opened up their offense a bit as Graham Mertz showed his ability to move the team around at times. Sitting just above 50, it shouldn’t be too difficult to top that total.

Penn State Penn State (-4) against Minnesota

Which team bounces back after a bad loss? Well you know what I think the answer is and it’s Penn State. I mentioned last week that I was a little lost against Minnesota this year but after getting the pick last week I think I know what the Gophers are and they’re a team that can beat bad teams but who will fight against mid-level teams. . Penn State was even playing Michigan for a half last week, and then all hell broke loose. The Nittany Lions have been run all over the place and while that seems like a bad sign for this week since the Gophers rely heavily on their running game, I guess the ‘Lions have been working on their run defense all week and since the Minnesota has no air attack, I think it works in favor of Penn State.

California California (+7.5) against washington

We all know that California lost last week to the worst team in college football (Colorado) and while it will be hard to support a team that could only muster 13 points against Colorado, I think that’s the right game for one major reason – Pride. This must have been a miserable week for the Bears and I’m sure they can’t wait to get back on the court and try to make everyone forget what just happened. Meanwhile, Washington hasn’t been the same since losing at UCLA three weeks ago. The problem has been defense as the Huskies have allowed an average of 36 points per game over their last three games. It will be difficult to cover more than one TD on the road with a defense that plays like that.

Last week: 4-1-0, Last season: 20-18-0

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12 Old Fashioned Foods You Need To Try At Least Once – Eat This, Not That https://club-fuer-molosser.net/12-old-fashioned-foods-you-need-to-try-at-least-once-eat-this-not-that/ Sat, 15 Oct 2022 11:30:38 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/12-old-fashioned-foods-you-need-to-try-at-least-once-eat-this-not-that/ Baseball is a taste of nostalgia. Fans of the game will always remember that first game and who got them there. They will still hear the sound of cheers from the stadium after the final withdrawal. And there’s no doubting the smell of cooking hot dogs, buttered popcorn or any of the old-fashioned iconic foods […]]]>

Baseball is a taste of nostalgia. Fans of the game will always remember that first game and who got them there. They will still hear the sound of cheers from the stadium after the final withdrawal. And there’s no doubting the smell of cooking hot dogs, buttered popcorn or any of the old-fashioned iconic foods and drinks you can only get at the ballpark.

While we’re not claiming that ballpark food is healthy, there’s a place in healthy eating to eat happily, and that’s what nostalgic food relives. As the playoffs begin, here’s your chance to reminisce about all the treats you could enjoy. From shelled peanuts and popcorn to ice cream in plastic hats and ice cold beer, here are 12 stadium foods and sips you’ll want to grab. After all, they are woven into the fabric of the national pastime and are as American as baseball itself.

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“Buy Me Peanuts and Cracker Jack…” Baseball’s iconic song, Take Me Out to the Ball Game, says it best: Peanuts and baseball make great teammates. The legendary song is still played in ballparks nationwide, and fans still sing along with a bag of peanuts and a box of sweet and salty Cracker Jack. These are timeless baseball snacks.

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If you grew up in Minnesota and went to the stadium to watch the Minnesota Twins play, you probably fondly remember enjoying a Kemps Malt Cup, a sundae of chocolate malt ice cream with a wooden spoon. . Kemps was associated with local stud Joe Mauer who played for many years with the Twins. You can buy the malt mugs at grocery stores across the Midwest, but unfortunately no longer at Target Field, the home of the Twins.

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Yes, large salty pretzels are very popular this time of year during Oktoberfest festivals. But Germany’s favorite snack has also always been a favorite of baseball fans in the summer. And still are. A salty soft pretzel and a cold beer – a double rule of thumb.

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It is believed that the first hot dogs were sold at ball games in 1893 at Brown Stockings (now the St. Louis Cardinals) games. Ballpark hot dogs are a real team flavor and have home-court advantage – Fenway Park in Boston, MLB’s oldest ballpark, is where you’ll find Fenway Franks – and condiments like relish. In Los Angeles, they’re called the Dodgers Dogs, and at Yankee Stadium, Nathan’s hot dogs are a local favorite, and sauerkraut is savory, not savory.

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“Bring your beer here!” is something you will hear at every stage. Even if you’re not a fan of a cold, frothy beer, there’s something appealing about pouring yourself a beer while enjoying a baseball game. All stadiums serve popular brands, like Bud Lite and Coors Light, and most stadiums also pay homage to local breweries, like Sam Adams at Fenway. But don’t get too fancy, a Bud Lite just hits a different big plastic cup in a stadium.

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A swirl of ice cream on a hot summer night is always a hit, but smooth serve in a mini plastic helmet with the team logo stamped on it is clutch hit. Kids love this new frozen treat as much as their parents. What’s not to love: soft serve ice cream and a souvenir helmet featuring your favorite team?

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A big carton of popcorn is perfect for sharing and snacking – by handfuls – especially when the bases are loaded and the game is on. Kind of like watching an adventure movie in a movie theater (only much better if you like baseball). Drama and popcorn, perfect partners.

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These garlicky house fries are a huge hit at AT&T Park San Francisco with loyal fans and visiting team fans as well. Here is a recipe.

Brats: Polish sausage
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Milwaukee is the king of bratwursts, and the beer-brewed brats at Miller Park are legendary. There’s even a sausage race between costumed kids and Polish sausages at the games

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Even better than the circus, cotton candy at a baseball game is the place for the youngest baseball fans and has been for decades – every kid deserves a cotton candy and baseball game experience.

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Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia may be new, but cheesesteaks have as rich a history as Philadelphia and are more popular than hot dogs here.

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Tampa Bay has a great rich history with Cuba, and the popularity of the Cuban Roast Pork Sandwich sold at Tropicana Field is a good example. Cuba and the United States of course have a long shared history and love of baseball and this sandwich is a much-loved reminder.

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The agricultural course changes the game | Otago Daily Times News Online https://club-fuer-molosser.net/the-agricultural-course-changes-the-game-otago-daily-times-news-online/ Thu, 13 Oct 2022 15:30:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/the-agricultural-course-changes-the-game-otago-daily-times-news-online/ “I want to save the world through agriculture.” It’s a line that Claire Booker, a student at the University of Otago, jotted down during a personal development project and it has remained her passion. “Save the planet with farmers? Why not?” she said succinctly. Ms Booker (21) acknowledged that this was an ambitious goal, and […]]]>
“I want to save the world through agriculture.”

It’s a line that Claire Booker, a student at the University of Otago, jotted down during a personal development project and it has remained her passion.

“Save the planet with farmers? Why not?” she said succinctly.

Ms Booker (21) acknowledged that this was an ambitious goal, and something that would not necessarily be achieved in her lifetime, but she saw many opportunities in the agricultural sector.

She was proud to be part of the first cohort of agricultural innovation students who will soon be graduating from the University of Otago.

The program, an applied science major, began in 2019 in response to changes in the agricultural industry.

It has been designed to focus student learning on key issues and the innovation solutions needed to support the future of the industry, as well as developing leaders to drive it forward.

Originally from North Canterbury, Ms Booker’s family moved to a sheep and beef farm in Kaikoura, six months before the earthquakes hit the area, where her father John has a Corriedale sheep farm. Her favorite place was being in the hills with dogs.

She took a year off after completing her studies, then studied media communication at the polytechnic before working for six months at the Christchurch Star.

Unsure of what to study in college, she first thought of Lincoln from an agricultural perspective, but then was “sort of drawn to a shiny new degree and the sustainable side of things” in Otago.

Mrs. Booker loved the practicality of farming and the lifestyle it offered.

“I just think I connect really well with the people on the farm. I like being outdoors and I like having a lot of space but also being able to do physical work and have accomplishments to the end of the day.”

Then there was the technical science behind it all and the ability to go back to the original farm and use what she had learned and “understand it a little better”.

Laughingly describing herself as quite vocal, Ms Booker said speakers had been very receptive to feedback.

She had also appreciated the guest speakers, saying it was hard to take notes “when you’re so interested and listening to someone so passionate.”

There were so many job opportunities in the agricultural industry.

While there was sometimes pressure for people from agricultural backgrounds to take over the family farm, there was so much more to it, she said.

As for her own plans, she would eventually like a chance to run the farm in partnership with her father.

But before that, she wanted to make a career.

She got a job with Silver Fern Farms in Dunedin, working in sustainability and risk, as part of the company’s three-year postgraduate program.

She was one of two successful candidates in a field of over 150.

“I’m really excited to get started…they have some really exciting initiatives going on. I can’t wait,” she said.

Connie Searle (22) grew up on a farm in North Otago and has always loved helping out on the farm.

She never studied agriculture in high school, but she did study biology and chemistry which were “building blocks” of applied science agriculture.

She loved food technology in school and during her freshman year in college studied food science.

It was in her second year that the agricultural innovation course came out and she already met the prerequisites.

She then decided to double major in food science, with the two pairing well.

Having previously only experienced agriculture down to the farm, learning about the sector through the entire supply chain to the consumer was an eye-opener.

A “huge” range of topics were covered, including genetics and breeding, soil, growing apples and kiwis and even the history of New Zealand agriculture.

A field trip to a medicinal cannabis operation, in its proof-of-concept phase, had been a highlight.

Ms Searle thought the program would only grow in popularity, saying the time was perfect for it – with what was happening in the wider sector – and because it fit so well with so many degrees.

“New Zealand is such an agriculture-focused country. I think a lot of employers see it as a good thing to have under their belt. Employers were quite intrigued by what we learned in this degree,” she said.

The following year, she enrolled in Fonterra’s technical graduate program, followed by a master’s degree in dairy science.

From Kerikeri, Archie White (21) came south to college ‘on a whim’. He had no defined career path at the time, but had always cared about the environment.

The agricultural innovation course appealed to him and he liked the fact that it was new.

Initially, not knowing what to expect, it had been a learning curve, he said.

He had appreciated the opportunity to speak with lecturers, due to the small class sizes, and he believed the course would only improve as it became more refined.

Now looking for a job, Mr White said he wanted to do something related to agriculture, but more on the environmental sustainability side.

All three were members of the newly created Dunedin Young Farmers Club, which met on the second Wednesday of each month in Ombrellos, usually at 6 p.m.

About 25 and 30 people attended the meetings and there were always new faces, they said.

Professor Craig Bunt, Otago’s first professor of agricultural innovation, said the program had great support and it was exciting to see such enthusiastic and passionate students.

“They are great thinkers,” he said.

With what was happening in the industry, such as He Waka Eke Noa and climate change, all of these issues had been incorporated directly into the course.

It was innovation that would help find solutions.

This generated a lot of discussion with students considering going from a minor to a major and many were discussing the course with their classmates and roommates.

sally.rae@odt.co.nz

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Palace reveals future plans for Queen Elizabeth’s favorite pony after Monarch’s death https://club-fuer-molosser.net/palace-reveals-future-plans-for-queen-elizabeths-favorite-pony-after-monarchs-death/ Mon, 10 Oct 2022 19:38:33 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/palace-reveals-future-plans-for-queen-elizabeths-favorite-pony-after-monarchs-death/ https://www.instagram.com/p/Cjd-8bgsFLT/. The Royal Family/Instagram; LONDON, UK – MAY 23: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER DATE AND TIME OF CREATION) Queen Elizabeth II visits British Airways headquarters to mark her centenary at the Heathrow Airport on May 23, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images) The Royal Family/Instagram; Max […]]]>

https://www.instagram.com/p/Cjd-8bgsFLT/. The Royal Family/Instagram; LONDON, UK – MAY 23: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER DATE AND TIME OF CREATION) Queen Elizabeth II visits British Airways headquarters to mark her centenary at the Heathrow Airport on May 23, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)

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Queen Elizabeth’s beloved mount continues to trot.

On Monday, Buckingham Palace released a new photo of Emma, ​​the black Fell pony the Queen loved and rode in her later years, and revealed the royal stables’ plans for the horse following the monarch’s death on September 8.

“Over the past fifteen years, Queen Elizabeth has regularly ridden Emma for light exercise in the park around Windsor Castle, during Her Majesty’s private time,” Buckingham Palace wrote, sharing a beautiful portrait of the bridled pony. holding quietly.

“Emma will continue to be much loved and cared for at the Royal Mews in Windsor, and exercised regularly by her small, dedicated team,” the caption added.

In a moving scene, Emma watched the Queen’s funeral procession at Windsor Castle on September 19, standing next to chief groom Terry Pendry in front of the coffin. In a heartbreaking touch, the squires even tied what appeared to be one of the Queen’s favorite riding scarves to the pony’s saddle.

Emma, ​​the monarch's fallen pony, stands as Queen Elizabeth II's ceremonial coffin procession

Emma, ​​the monarch’s fallen pony, stands as Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin ceremonial procession

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Queen Elizabeth has always loved horses and was riding horses as recently as June this year. In a 2020 interview with Horse & DogPendry revealed that Emma was one of the Queen’s favorite horses of all time.

“Emma has been a wonderful servant to Her Majesty and is still going strong at the age of 24 as one of the Queen’s riding ponies,” Pendry said.

WINDSOR, UK - OCTOBER 18: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER DATE AND TIME OF CREATION) Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by her stallion Terry Pendry, seen making horseback riding in the grounds of Windsor Castle on October 18, 2008 in Windsor, England.  (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)

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The Fell pony, whose full name is Carlton Lima Emma, ​​even had a place of honor at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee festivities in June. There she paraded in the Windsor Horse Show’s ‘A Gallop Through History’, a televised event celebrating the monarch’s 70 years on the throne.

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Queen Elizabeth II during ‘A Gallop Through History’ performance as part of Queen Elizabeth II’s official Platinum Jubilee celebrations at the Royal Windsor Horse Show at Home Park on May 15, 2022 in Windsor, England

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Proudly looking on, Queen Elizabeth had something nice to say as Emma walked by.

“It’s mine,” she told the people seated around her of her trusty horse.

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