Moon (Hiroyoshi Matsuda) 4yo colt End Sweep-My Katies Best over 1m2f but stamina just lasted in Japan Cup; retires to Darley Japan as a three-time Group 1 winner.
were a close-knit family, the uncle said, and Blake Admire
was distraught over his father's death.
Ferguson was not prepared to comment on the purchase price for Admire
Moon, but his former owner Riichi Kondo was reported by the Japanese press as having received an offer of Y4 billion from Sheikh Mohammed - approximately pounds 16.19m.
briefly worked as a cook and waitress at the long-gone Bali-Hy Cafe on West Sixth Avenue.
Former jump jockey Mark Richards, now a broadcaster in Hong Kong, explained the potential pitfalls for Admire
Moon's rider, Yutaka Take, at a track where local wisdom - not to mention common sense - suggests being trapped wide without cover is far from ideal.
Japan is beginning to target Dubai with increasing earnest, and Admire
Moon was the country's fourth winner at the World Cup meeting, and third in the last two years.
JB: I think you've mentioned Barry Lyndon in connection with Kubrick as a film you particularly admire
Winning trainer Hiroyoshi Matsuda will be hoping his colt can next year emulate his half-brother Admire
Vega, winner of the 1999 Japanese Derby.
According to the company, in the fieldwork conducted from March to June, the company used their lists to poll each of the 41 countries, asking two questions: "Who do you truly admire
?," where respondents could make multiple selections, and "Who do you MOST admire
?," where they could only pick one.
Former First Lady Hillary Clinton's 17-year run as the woman Americans admire
most is over.
The 1,025 adults surveyed were asked to name the man and woman living anywhere in the world whom they admire
There is no question that Africans are invested in and admire
The pair topped the annual YouGov poll, which asks the public to choose the man and woman they most admire
from a list of candidates.
Bush, who described herself as "everybody's grandmother," was twice chosen by Americans -- over Hillary Clinton, Nancy Reagan and Rosalynn Carter -- as coming closest to the "ideal of what a first lady should be." She was very popular with the public during and after her tenure as first lady and appeared frequently on the list of women Americans most admire
According to (http://news.gallup.com/poll/224672/barack-obama-hillary-clinton-retain-admired-titles.aspx) Gallup , "a quarter of Americans cannot name a man or a woman they admire
most" while 9 percent named a relative or friend as their most admired man and 13 percent did the same for the most admired woman.