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Estomba House / Calfat-Mazzocchi

first_imgCopyHouses•Belgrano, Argentina Year:  Estomba House / Calfat-MazzocchiSave this projectSaveEstomba House / Calfat-Mazzocchi Projects Estomba House / Calfat-Mazzocchi “COPY” “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/935534/estomba-house-calfat-mazzocchi Clipboard Photographs:  Javier Agustin Rojas Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/935534/estomba-house-calfat-mazzocchi Clipboard Houses Veronica Calfat, Marina Mazzocchi Lead Architects: 2018 ArchDaily Argentina Area:  120 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Cosentino, Aluar, Hunter Douglas Perú, Johnson amoblamientos, Silverstone, Trimble Save this picture!© Javier Agustin Rojas+ 17Curated by Clara Ott Share Photographs Clients:Graciela FabraCity:BelgranoCountry:ArgentinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Javier Agustin RojasRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERLaminatesWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreText description provided by the architects. A square-shaped house that is configured around a square-shaped courtyard, in this way the built embraces the void, organizing the environments around it. It is a refurbishing of a house with a box-like typology in the neighbourhood of Belgrano R.Save this picture!© Javier Agustin RojasOf the existing house, only the original iron frame and the brick-vaulted roof were reused. A sector of the house was demolished in order to duplicate the surface of the courtyard and the upper floor was organized in a manner that respects the different existing heights. For the bedroom, we sought to protect privacy with a sliding window and a cement bench that creates a reading space.Save this picture!© Javier Agustin RojasSave this picture!Ground Floor and Top FloorSave this picture!© Javier Agustin RojasBlurring the boundary between the interior and exterior helped us understand the dynamics that the house needed, communicating the public spaces towards the courtyard, integrating them through the choice of the same flooring used both for the interior and the exterior.Save this picture!© Javier Agustin RojasProject gallerySee allShow lessFAAB Architektura Imagines Vertical Oasis Building in Saudi ArabiaArchitecture News8 Design Solutions Creating Comfortable InteriorsArticles Share Architects: Calfat-Mazzocchi Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeCalfat-MazzocchiOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBelgranoOn FacebookArgentinaPublished on March 17, 2020Cite: “Estomba House / Calfat-Mazzocchi” [Casa Estomba / Calfat-Mazzocchi] 17 Mar 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogBathroom AccessorieshansgroheBath & Shower ThermostatsGlass3MGlass Finish – FASARA™ NaturalPartitionsSkyfoldVertically Folding Operable Walls – Mirage®WindowsVitrocsaSliding Window – Mosquito NetSinksBradley Corporation USASinks – Verge LVG-SeriesMetal PanelsTrimoQbiss One in Equinix Data CentreSignage / Display SystemsGoppionDisplay Case – Q-ClassMetal PanelsLongboard®Aluminum Battens – Link & Lock – 4″Sports ApplicationsPunto DesignPunto Fit in Ekaterinburg Public SpaceWoodBlumer LehmannFree Form Structures for Wood ProjectsKnobsKarcher DesignDoor Knob K390 (50)TablesVitsœ621 Side TableMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my streamlast_img read more

Delhi High Court Extends Parole To Former Haryana CM Om Prakash Chautala In Teachers’ Recruitment Scam Case

first_imgNews UpdatesDelhi High Court Extends Parole To Former Haryana CM Om Prakash Chautala In Teachers’ Recruitment Scam Case Shreya Agarwal9 March 2021 9:51 AMShare This – xIndian National Lok Dal supremo and former Chief Minister of Haryana, Om Prakash Chautala’s parole has been extended till Apr 12 by the Delhi High Court in the JBT teachers’ recruitment scam case. Chautala has been serving a 10-year sentence in the case in Delhi’s Tihar Jail since 2013. The order extending parole has been passed by a Division Bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginIndian National Lok Dal supremo and former Chief Minister of Haryana, Om Prakash Chautala’s parole has been extended till Apr 12 by the Delhi High Court in the JBT teachers’ recruitment scam case. Chautala has been serving a 10-year sentence in the case in Delhi’s Tihar Jail since 2013. The order extending parole has been passed by a Division Bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Justice Anup Jairam Bhambhani on Chautala’s plea seeking the benefit of special remission on the ground that by virtue of his age and disability he is entitled to an early release under the Central Government notification which allows the release of prisoners above the age of 60 who have served half of their sentence. The court also directed the Delhi Government to file an affidavit in response to Chautala’s plea for special remission, on Chautala’s submission that although he has undergone almost the entire sentence, he has not been allowed any special remission by the Delhi government. In January, 2013, Chautala, his son, Ajay Chautala, and three other officials, including the whistleblower in the case, were awarded a 10-year sentence by a Special CBI court for illegally recruiting about 3208 junior basic trained (JBT) teachers in the period between 1999-2000, using forged documents. The conviction was upheld by the Supreme Court two years later. The scam had come to light with the former Director of Primary Education in the state, Sanjeev Kumar, filing a writ petition in the Supreme Court saying that the Chautala government had taken bribes to recruit 3,208 JBT teachers. Kumar had alleged that the then chief minister Chautala had forced him to change the original list of 2,000 selected candidates. Chautala was also handling the Education Ministry of the state at the timeSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Security Measures During Whale-Watching Season in the Pacific

first_img Units from the Tumaco Coast Guard Station, the Tumaco Port Captaincy, and the Yubarta Foundation are conducting a safety and security campaign and monitoring vessels to ensure responsible whale-watching of the Yubarta species of humpback whales, which visits Colombian Pacific waters at this time of year. The objective of the National Navy and Yubarta Foundation units is to reinforce safety and security at sea and implement measures that can be put into place by tour guides and motorboat crews for the purpose of preventing emergencies that might put human lives at risk during whale-watching excursions. The natural spectacle provided by this species, which crosses the Pacific Ocean during the year in search of warm waters for its mating rituals, entertains hundreds of visitors who travel to the Pacific beaches between July and September to see the whales. The Pacific Naval Force is participating in this natural event by implementing constant security measures carried out by its men and women on board ship, promoting the safety and security conditions that can make it possible to enjoy the season in complete calm, at the same time that it invites the sailing community to take the necessary safety and security measures when sailing – for a better Pacific for all. By Dialogo July 26, 2011last_img read more

Costa Rica Seizes Large Volumes of Drugs and Illicit Cash

first_imgFor example, throughout 2014, in addition to the regular training offered by the Police School, officers have been provided with courses in intelligence and counterintelligence, anti-drug port and airport control, motorized police operations, and inspections of ships and containers. Through existing cooperation agreements, these courses have been taught by law enforcement officials from Colombia, France, Panama and the United States. “Professional knowledge is extremely important. Our police a force is becoming professional and has acquired a great deal of experience in these types of operations,” Gamboa said. Another advantage of the public security strategy is that the Costa Rican Drug Institute (ICD) can use assets seized from organized crime groups in the government’s battle against drug trafficking. Security officials are using money seized from criminal groups for drug prevention, education, and treatment. Law enforcement authorities have the power to use funds this way as a consequence of an amendment to the Narcotics Law that Costa Rican lawmakers passed in 2012. The importance of international cooperation “We are attacking drug trafficking structures where they least expected it: economically. Of course, we still arrest local drug dealers, but we go further,” according to Public Security Minister Celso Gamboa. “Through intelligence, citizen cooperation through complaints, and forensic reports, we are determining where the drugs are coming from, disrupting the organization from the top, and seizing their property.” “Professional knowledge is extremely important. Our police a force is becoming professional and has acquired a great deal of experience in these types of operations,” Gamboa said. International cooperation hasn’t just contributed to police training in Costa Rica – other countries are also playing a more direct role in the country’s anti-drug operations. By Dialogo December 04, 2014 “The drug lords are replaced, and the drugs that are seized are replaced by drugs that drug trafficking organizations have stored,” said security analyst Paul Chaves. “The true power of these groups is reflected in the number of boats and trucks that are captured, the goods and assets that they have.” Police are developing information about drug shipment and distribution networks, as well as expanding their intelligence-gathering capabilities – all of which help them target drug loads and the financing for organized crime. Another advantage of the public security strategy is that the Costa Rican Drug Institute (ICD) can use assets seized from organized crime groups in the government’s battle against drug trafficking. Security officials are using money seized from criminal groups for drug prevention, education, and treatment. Law enforcement authorities have the power to use funds this way as a consequence of an amendment to the Narcotics Law that Costa Rican lawmakers passed in 2012. “This is how we are financing the construction of the Communications Intervention Center, which, I hope, will be ready by the first quarter of 2015,” Gamboa said. “It will give us greater capabilities in relation to drug trafficking investigations.” Seized money used to improve security Intelligence leads to successful security operations Police are developing information about drug shipment and distribution networks, as well as expanding their intelligence-gathering capabilities – all of which help them target drug loads and the financing for organized crime. For example, Costa Rica and the United States cooperate in the fight against drug trafficking, primarily by sharing information and resources. In 2014, the U.S. government donated equipment worth more than 1 million dollars to the Costa Rican Coast Guard and aerial surveillance units. Seized money used to improve security Thanks in part to the new approach, seizure totals have jumped this year compared to 2013. Security forces have seized about 14 million dollars in cash from drug trafficking organizations in 2014, compared to 4 million dollars last year. This year, they’ve confiscated 23 tons of cocaine and 13.5 tons of marijuana – figures already higher than the totals in 2013, when officials seized 19 tons of cocaine and four tons of marijuana. Thanks in part to the new approach, seizure totals have jumped this year compared to 2013. Security forces have seized about 14 million dollars in cash from drug trafficking organizations in 2014, compared to 4 million dollars last year. This year, they’ve confiscated 23 tons of cocaine and 13.5 tons of marijuana – figures already higher than the totals in 2013, when officials seized 19 tons of cocaine and four tons of marijuana. For example, Costa Rica and the United States cooperate in the fight against drug trafficking, primarily by sharing information and resources. In 2014, the U.S. government donated equipment worth more than 1 million dollars to the Costa Rican Coast Guard and aerial surveillance units. Such seizures cripple organized crime organizations by cutting off their funding at the source. Costa Rica’s new anti-drug strategy, which targets organized crime leaders and seizes contraband to cripple their operations, has registered a series of successes since the Ministry of Public Security launched in May. Such seizures cripple organized crime organizations by cutting off their funding at the source. Intelligence leads to successful security operations Improvements in police training Drug traffickers are drawn to Costa Rica because of its geographic location in the middle of the Americas; their ships and semi-submersibles used for transporting drugs frequently pass through the country’s maritime routes. Most of the drugs transported through Costa Rica originate in South America, according to reports by the Judicial Investigation Division (OIJ). That includes 600 to 900 tons of cocaine that passes through every year into Mexico and the United States. Drug traffickers are drawn to Costa Rica because of its geographic location in the middle of the Americas; their ships and semi-submersibles used for transporting drugs frequently pass through the country’s maritime routes. Most of the drugs transported through Costa Rica originate in South America, according to reports by the Judicial Investigation Division (OIJ). That includes 600 to 900 tons of cocaine that passes through every year into Mexico and the United States. “Drug trafficking generates a number of resources that exceed the capabilities of any state, and Costa Rica is a nation without an army,” Chaves said. “Therefore, international assistance, especially from the United States, which collaborates the most, is essential.” The help of the United States in this struggle has been fundamental. Please comment on the truckers’ strike. We need to go to work without fear. “We are attacking drug trafficking structures where they least expected it: economically. Of course, we still arrest local drug dealers, but we go further,” according to Public Security Minister Celso Gamboa. “Through intelligence, citizen cooperation through complaints, and forensic reports, we are determining where the drugs are coming from, disrupting the organization from the top, and seizing their property.” In order to support this strategy, Costa Rican police have improved their level of professionalization with the most up to date training. Improvements in police training The importance of international cooperation “The drug lords are replaced, and the drugs that are seized are replaced by drugs that drug trafficking organizations have stored,” said security analyst Paul Chaves. “The true power of these groups is reflected in the number of boats and trucks that are captured, the goods and assets that they have.” For example, throughout 2014, in addition to the regular training offered by the Police School, officers have been provided with courses in intelligence and counterintelligence, anti-drug port and airport control, motorized police operations, and inspections of ships and containers. Through existing cooperation agreements, these courses have been taught by law enforcement officials from Colombia, France, Panama and the United States. “This is how we are financing the construction of the Communications Intervention Center, which, I hope, will be ready by the first quarter of 2015,” Gamboa said. “It will give us greater capabilities in relation to drug trafficking investigations.” “Drug trafficking generates a number of resources that exceed the capabilities of any state, and Costa Rica is a nation without an army,” Chaves said. “Therefore, international assistance, especially from the United States, which collaborates the most, is essential.” International cooperation hasn’t just contributed to police training in Costa Rica – other countries are also playing a more direct role in the country’s anti-drug operations. Costa Rica’s new anti-drug strategy, which targets organized crime leaders and seizes contraband to cripple their operations, has registered a series of successes since the Ministry of Public Security launched in May. In order to support this strategy, Costa Rican police have improved their level of professionalization with the most up to date training. last_img read more

Larry Ellison donates $200 million to USC for cancer research

first_imgLarry Ellison, founder of Oracle Corporation and USC’s 2016 commencement speaker, has donated $200 million to the University in order to fund a cancer research center in West Los Angeles, the University announced on Wednesday.The Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine of USC will be led by David Agus, a professor of engineering and medicine at USC and the current director of the Center for Applied Molecular Medicine and USC Westside Cancer Center.“It is an honor and a privilege to team up with Larry Ellison in the fight against cancer,” Agus told USC News. “Larry understands the need for transformation in cancer care. His gift will enable us to change our very approach on cancer research, treatment and prevention.”Ellison, who in 2015 was named the world’s second richest man in the tech industry by Forbes, announced the donation at the USC Center for Applied Molecular Medicine’s Rebels with a Cause fundraising gala.“The new institute will invite mathematicians, physicists and other scientists to collaborate with cancer researchers from the traditional disciplines of medicine and biology,” Ellison said, according to USC News. “We believe the interdisciplinary approach will yield up new insights currently hidden in existing patient data.”Ellison had previously planned a similar $115 million donation to Harvard University in 2006 for cancer research, but reneged on the gift due to concerns about how the money would be handled after the University’s then-president stepped down, according to the Los Angeles Times.Ellison’s gift matches the largest single donation ever given to the school. In 2011, David and Dana Dornsife donated $200 million to the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, now known as the Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. More recently, the University announced in March that it had raised $5 billion of a $6 billion fundraising campaign that was launched in 2011.According to the Los Angeles Times, Ellison and Agus are already well acquainted, and Ellison has been discussing this donation with President C.L. Max Nikias for the past 15 months.“This investment by Larry Ellison in USC is as inspirational as it is momentous, and it will serve as a dynamic force for change in how we approach cancer treatment and prevention,” Nikias told USC News. “It is a concrete endorsement of USC’s vision to invest in the promise and potential of new technologies, and to support a bold push forward in how we achieve wellness.”last_img read more

Team effort clinches Kootenay Summer Swim Association Regional Title for Neptunes

first_imgThe Nelson Neptunes continue to get better with age.The Heritage City club stole the show at the Kootenay Summer Swim Association Regionals this past weekend in Colville, Wash., finishing ahead of the rest of the field to claim the overall title.Neptunes coach Cynthia Pfeiffer said every single Neptune swimmer finished in the top three of their respective individual event, or top two in relay events.This means the entire team qualified for the upcoming BC Summer Swim Association Championships, August 19-21 in Coquitlam.“I don’t think it’s our talent in our pool that we can solely attribute our win to,” Pfeiffer said. “I believe the strong bond our team has, and the care and excitement we have for all of our teammates is what has gotten us through the difficulties of our last few seasons, and has allowed us to still come out on top.”Pfeiffer said the formula for selecting the winning team at the Regionals was calculated by taking overall points and dividing it by number of swimmers who attended the meet.Nelson took a clear lead in front of second place Kimberley and West Kootenay rival Castlegar.Highlights of this meet include Lachlan Bibby-Fox, Kallie Badry, and Jaylen Rushton sweeping gold in their events; Enna Cowan’s four best times; Madeline Holitzki’s first time 200-meter IM and Olivia Cowan’s first place 100 meter Freestyle.Then there was Morgan Robertson-Weir, Chloe Malenfant, and Jaylen Rushton’s Neptune sweep in 50-meter Butterfly as well as both Division 3 and Division 4 girls winning all four of their relays. “This little team has a lot of team spirit and I don’t think anything can slow them down,” Pfeiffer said.Pfeiffer said 13 of the 20 Neptune qualifiters have committed to make the trip down to Coquitlam to compete for the Kootenay region. She said races to watch for include Jaylen Rushton and Lachlan Bibby-Foxes 50-meter Breaststroke.The Neptunes, who spent the past few seasons on the road, will be back in the friendly confines of the NDCC Pool next now that renovations to the facility are close to completion.last_img read more

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – FRIDAY JUNE 12, 2014

first_imgWARREN‘S VENEDA ON TRACK FOR ADORATIONIs being outside of Beholder in Saturday’s Adoration Stakes an advantage for Warren’s Veneda?That question will be answered when the two square off in the Grade III, $100,000 race for fillies and mares, 3 and up, at 1 1/16 miles. Warren’s Veneda drew post position five to Beholder’s four in the field reduced to six with the scratch of Cast in Silver.“That’s the same question Ben Warren asked me,” trainer Craig Lewis said of the owner/breeder of Warren’s Veneda, who is named for Ben’s late wife, Veneda. Warren’s Veneda disappointed as the odds-on favorite in the Grade I Vanity Stakes on May 9, when she was in quest of her fourth straight stakes win.“You guys must think alike,” Lewis said. “I’ll give you the same answer. It doesn’t matter where we are. It doesn’t matter where Beholder is. The only plausible explanation for Warren’s Veneda’s third-place finish in the Vanity is, the pace was a little funky, she was giving away five pounds to the winner (My Sweet Addiction) and she only got beat a length. It wasn’t like she got annihilated.“But the bottom line is, she got beat, just like all of them do on occasion. All I can say is, I’m happy to have her and she’s put together quite a few good races for us, but we can’t expect any horse to run out of its mind every time it comes over.“That’s the bottom line. That being said, maybe she’s tailing off. We don’t know.”The field for the Adoration: My Monet, Gonzalo Nicolas, 15-1; Grandiose Tactics, Drayden Van Dyke, 20-1; Beholder, Gary Stevens, 2-5; Warren’s Veneda, Tyler Baze, 5-2; Wild in the Saddle, Rafael Bejarano, 8-1; and Oscar Party, Santiago Gonzalez, 20-1. John Brocklebank1544127%$181,540 Kristin Mulhall2045020%$117,300 Rafael Bejarano13733282124%$1,417,868 Flavien Prat11521231118%$1,267,360 Philip D’Amato49147629%$754,770 Jerry Hollendorfer56714713%$519,204 Mario Gutierrez4273817%$334,748 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won FINISH LINES: Trainer Simon Callaghan still hopes to make the Los Alamitos Derby on July 4 with Firing Line, despite the fact that the Kentucky Derby runner-up missed a scheduled workout Saturday due to a sore right foot. “It took four days to get right, but he’ll be back on schedule,” Callaghan said. “We’re still looking at the Los Al Derby. It’s going to be little tighter now but I think we still should be able to make it.” . . . Bolo, ticketed for the grassy Belmont Derby on July 4, worked four furlongs on Santa Anita’s main track Friday in 48.80 for Carla Gaines . . . On Thursday, Wild Dude (five furlongs in 1:01.20) and Sahara Sky (six furlongs in 1:14.20) each worked for Jerry Hollendorfer, who plans to run them in the Grade I, $300,000 Triple Bend Stakes at seven furlongs on June 27 . . . Frank Mirahmadi, track announcer at Oaklawn Park and Monmouth Park currently filling in for vacationing Trevor Denman at Santa Anita, will be Tom Quigley‘s guest handicapper Saturday in the East Paddock Gardens at 11:20 a.m. Sunday’s guest will be Santa Anita morning line oddsmaker Jon White . . . Attention Triple Crown hero American Pharoah: Of the 19 horses with the top Beyers on the main track at a mile or over, you are not listed. However, three horses you dusted on the track, Materiality, Upstart and Dortmund, are. FIRST 5,000 FANS TO RECEIVE TRIPLE CROWN PRINT SATURDAYSanta Anita will provide the first 5,000 attendees Saturday a beautiful American Pharoah Triple Crown Champion collectable print, free of charge with paid General Admission. Each item will be accompanied by a protective plastic roll-up sleeve.The print showcases the Bob Baffert-conditioned Triple Crown Champ and jockey Victor Espinoza in three must-see shots–winning the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes–and thereby becoming racing’s first Triple Crown winner in 37 years this past Saturday. (All photos were shot by acclaimed equine photographer Skip Dickstein).First post time Saturday at Santa Anita is 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. (Please note, the American Pharoah Triple Crown Champion poster will not be available in Santa Anita’s Infield Area). Richard Mandella36108428%$726,540 Joseph Talamo1172192418%$825,498 John Sadler5359109%$292,974 Mark Glatt4657711%$264,134 Bruce Headley1341231%$117,490 Felipe Valdez9381489%$356,540 Carla Gaines2144119%$202,830 Mike Smith3578420%$613,296 WILD IN THE SADDLE STEPS UP IN ADORATIONWinless in five starts on grass including the Fran’s Valentine on May 23, Wild in the Saddle returns to the main track Saturday in the Grade III Adoration Stakes against the likes of Beholder and Warren’s Veneda.Wild in the Saddle finished sixth in the Fran’s Valentine after attending the pace in the one-mile grass race. In her two prior races, both at one mile on Santa Anita’s main track, she won the Dream of Summer for California-breds by 6 ¼ lengths on March 22 and an overnight race by a length-and-a-half on Feb. 20.Richard Baltas trains Wild in the Saddle. Through 28 racing days, Baltas was tied with Doug O’Neill for the training lead at 17 victories each. Baltas is winning at a sparkling 33 percent (17 for 51) and is the leader in purse earnings ($842,520).Baltas acknowledges that tackling two-time Eclipse Award winner Beholder and Grade I winner Warren’s Veneda is asking a lot of Wild in the Saddle, a Cal-bred daughter of Silic.“It’s a very tough spot to bring her back in,” Baltas said, “but she had two strong wins on dirt before that so she’s good to go, she’s ready to run. Obviously, Beholder and Warren’s Veneda are pretty tough horses, but we’ll see what happens.”Baltas still has to look twice when he sees his name atop the trainers’ standings.“I never thought I’d be in this position,” Baltas said. “I guess it’s just one day at a time, really. Sometimes things fall into place. That’s all it is. One day at a time. I don’t really think about it. I mean, it’s kind of fun to see my name up there, but who would have ever thought it?” Eddie Truman1671244%$260,300 Ricky Agarie1941321%$124,220 Vann Belvoir444669%$159,700 Edwin Maldonado758131311%$368,246center_img Gonzalo Nicolas8766137%$226,298 Martin Garcia2873425%$221,410 Mike Puype53712713%$462,590 ‘NEWCOMER’ AGARIE TACKLES ADORATION HEAVYWEIGHTSRicky Agarie is a new face among Santa Anita trainers but an old hand when it comes to horsemanship.The 45-year-old native of Lima, Peru has been in the game for 28 years but has been on his own only since last November. He learned the ropes in tours of six years each with Carla Gaines, Kathy Walsh and Jack Van Berg.Agarie (pronounced Ah-GAR-ee) currently has 26 horses in his care, four of which have won at the Spring Meet from just 19 starts (21 percent).“I grew up here in Whittier and I’ve been around the race track since 1988,” said Agarie, who sends out longshot My Monet (15-1) in the Adoration Stakes. “We’re getting some good horses to claim and I’ve got horses from new owners. The stable’s getting bigger and bigger.“The good thing is, as long as horses are sound, they’re going to run for you. I think we’re going to be the speed of the Adoration. This filly is doing better in her last three races, so I expect her to go to the front and they’ll have to come and catch us.”MIDNIGHT STORM SEEKS FOURTH STRAIGHT IN SHOEMAKERStreaking Midnight Storm seeks Grade I status when he runs in Saturday’s $400,000 Shoemaker Mile on turf, a “Win and You’re In” Challenge Race which gives the nominated winner an automatic entry into the 2015 Breeders’ Cup Mile at Keeneland on Oct. 31.Sired by the stallion of Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, Pioneerof the Nile, Midnight Storm has won three straight races, including the Grade II Del Mar Derby last Aug. 31 before returning in an overnight race at one mile on turf at Santa Anita April 16, scoring by nearly eight lengths in typical front-running fashion.“I think with his natural speed, he should be right up there,” said Phil D’Amato, who trains Midnight Storm for Venneri Racing or Dye or Little Red Feather Racing. “Tyler (Baze) knows him very well and breezes him every time, so I’ll leave that in Tyler’s hands. But I see him right up there.”Addressing the 4-year-old colt’s absence from the races for more than seven months, D’Amato said, “It was nothing of note. He had a nice long campaign (seven races last year, from March 22 through Aug. 31) and came back a better 4-year-old.”D’Amato put his chances of winning the Spring Meet training title on the back burner, even though he was just three off the lead with 14 wins through Thursday.“I’m a few wins from the top and don’t have as much ammo as the big guys,” he said, “but we’re having a really good meet.”Under the enhancements of the Challenge series, Breeders’ Cup Limited will pay the $40,000 entry fee of the Shoemaker Mile winner to start in the Mile if that horse is nominated to the Breeders’ Cup program by Oct. 19, the Pre-Entry deadline. Breeders’ Cup is providing all North American connections of horses based outside of Kentucky a $10,000 travel allowance to start in the Championships.          The Shoemaker Mile is the third Breeders’ Cup Challenge qualifier in the Mile division this year. On Jan. 10, Futura became the first to earn a Mile bid by taking the L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate (Group 1) at Kenilworth Race Course in South Africa. The New Zealand-bred Keramadec qualified at Royal Randwick in Australia April 6 by winning the Star Doncaster Mile (Group 1).  The field for the Shoemaker Winning Prize, Martin Garcia, 8-1; Talco, Rafael Bejarano, 5-1; Midnight Storm, Tyler Baze, 6-5; Seek Again, Jose Lezcano, 4-1; and Bal a Bali, Flavien Prat, 9-5. Martin Pedroza87613147%$329,824 Peter Miller651417522%$582,580 Richard Baltas51176433%$842,520 Fernando Perez10618171117%$726,980 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Michael Machowsky2154224%$133,820 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Victor Espinoza3166619%$489,320 Bob Baffert2462525%$287,970 Doug O’Neill8717161020%$735,788 Tyler Baze16625242515%$1,446,180 Drayden Van Dyke9413111014%$576,160 Alex Solis3373421%$271,834 WARREN‘S VENEDA OUT TO MAKE AMENDS IN ADORATIONBALTAS IN ‘WILD’ RACE FOR SANTA ANITA TRAINING TITLETRAINER RICKY AGARIE IS NO ‘OVERNIGHT SENSATION’MIDNIGHT STORM ONE TO CATCH IN GRADE I SHOEMAKERFIRST 5,000 FANS SATURDAY RECEIVE TRIPLE CROWN PRINT (Current Through Thursday, June 11) Tiago Pereira591010617%$413,710 Santiago Gonzalez7561568%$310,126 Robertino Diodoro2563324%$220,230last_img read more