THERE comes a time in every rightly- constructed boy's life when he has a raging desire to go somewhere and dig for
What so likely to make a man dig for
money as being poor?
For Sky Jack, a California-bred son of Jaklin Klugman, the task grew slightly more complicated with the surprise late entry of Dig for It, a 7-year-old with a measure of early speed.
I'd rather he wasn't in there,'' O'Neill said of Dig for It, who will be ridden by Alex Solis.
I don't know if I can beat Doug O'Neill,'' Frankel said in comments distributed by the Hollywood Park publicity department this week, before Dig for It was entered.
The Gold Cup field from the rail out: Macaneo, Pat Valenzuela riding, 30-1 odds; Momentum, Garrett Gomez, 4-1; Dollar Bill, Mark Guidry, 6-1; Dig for It, 15-1; Sky Jack; Milwaukee Brew, Kent Desormeaux; Out of Mind, Eddie Delahoussaye, 10-1.
The state's own attorney general, Scott Harshbarger, teamed up with Boston's Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) and sued every agency involved in the Big Dig for
their failure to keep their promises about improving the city's bus and transit lines.
com Web site to enter to win a trip for two to Montana to dig for
sapphires at the company's Gem Mountain mine and tour this picturesque area in the Rocky Mountains.
Futural, the slight favorite (both were 8-5 on the odds board) finished last and Skimming brushed off an early push by long shot Dig for It and a mild stretch run by Dixie Dot Com to win by a race-record 5 1/2 lengths in 1 minute, 59.
Dig for It started well, too well for Gomez's liking, but by the first turn Skimming took charge.
Skimming made his big move when challenged by Dig for It with three-eighths of a mile to go and pulled away in the stretch to beat Dixie Dot Com.
The call and the Miss Dig service are free but Michigan law requires you to call Miss Dig for
any project, whether you're preparing the foundation of a new building or something smaller.
Simi Valley High School has played host to the dig for
the past few years.
Justin and his fourth-grade classmates at Woodlake Avenue Elementary School on Tuesday relished the rare opportunity to dig for artifacts and analyze their finds - right on campus.
The best part of it is learning about the animals and wildlife and about fossils and how to dig for them,'' said Steven Shisley, who joined fellow 10-year-old, Evan Stanoff, on Justin's archeological team.