26 Feb 2018Hyderabad challenger Corfe Castle, Ruffina’s full brother (real brother), emulated his sister’s act and won the Poonawalla Breeders’ Multi Million (Grade 1) at the Mahalaxmi Racecourse on Sunday. The siblings, born out of Excellent Art (GB) Miss Danehill (IRE), were bred at Villoo’s Greenfield Stud Farm. The winner was trained by jockey turned trainer Leo D’Silva and guided by jockey Trevor Patel.
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Politics of Bhutan takes place in the framework of an absolute monarchy developing into a constitutional monarchy. In 1999, the fourth king of Bhutan created a ten member body called the Lhengye Zhungtshog (Council of Ministers). The King of Bhutan is head of state.
It might be fun for a day to get in a fight with the Pope but this is not a way to win a campaign.”Stevens argues that the presidential nominating contest is a “long process” that “has to play out” and that Trump won’t ultimately win the GOP nod, nor can down ballot Republicans be so easily linked to the controversial candidate.”It is [an] intellectually lazy and dishonest attemptto saythat just because Donald Trump is running that way that all Republicans are this way,” he said.Unlike some other vulnerable Republicans, Dold is not waiting to distinguish himself from Trump in his suburban Chicago seat, where Democrats are likely to turn out in droves to back their presidential nominee. And it is not an idle concern that moderate Republicans or independents who might support a Republican in another presidential year will choose to either stay home or worse, back Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.”For me, it’s personal,” Dold said in an interview with The Washington Post. “[Trump’s] comments about women, his comments about minorities, about Latinos for me that’s not a guy I would support.”In a refrain that national Republican strategists may be echoing if Trump or Cruz wins the GOP nod, Dold believes the key to his reelection comes from ticket splitters, voters who are likely to pull the lever for him and either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.”We’ve got a long history in the 10th [district] of people looking at the House race differently than other races,” Dold said.