Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! Email* Horse Sport Enews Despite the tense human and equine health care threats of coronavirus and EHV-1, the Equestrian Committee of Saumur, organizer of one of the three French major eventing competitions, and its partners have made the decision to maintain their spring event, Saumur Complet and its CCI4*-L, from April 29 to May 2. The 35th edition of the event is a central fixture in eventing athletes’ preparation for the Olympic Games in Tokyo, where France will have a leading place to defend.Leading up to these Olympics Games, opportunities will be rare for European eventers to prepare: in Western Europe for example, only seven CCI4*-L and CCI5*-L have been maintained on the schedule up until the 30th of June. The last qualifying step for the French riders, who are the 2016 Olympic Team champions, and Rio individual silver medalist Astier Nicolas, the CCI4*-L de Saumur Complet will be run under strict biosecurity protocols in a closed session not accessible to the public. An online platform is being developed to allow everyone to follow the action remotely.The first edition of Saumur Complet was run in 1986; since then, all the greatest eventers have at one time competed in this region. Triple winner of the competition is the legendary Mark Todd (NZL), double individual Olympic champion in 1984 and 1988. In 1991, for its sixth edition, the competition was won for the first time by France, thanks Marie-Christine Duroy and Quart du Placineau, who were followed by Didier Seguret with Coeur de Rocker, Jean Teulère with Rodosto, Jean-Lou Bigot with Derby de Longueval, Nicolas Touzaint with Tatchou, Maxime Livio with Qalao des Mers and Mathieu Lemoine with Bart L.As well as a CCI4*-L, the Saumur Complet will also host a CCI3*-S and a CCI2*-L which also allows European Juniors and Young Riders to prepare for their European Championships, which will be held in Sweden at the end of August.In addition to the closed session to prevent the spread of Covid-19, strict protocols will be put in place to protect the health of the more than 200 horses which are expected in Maine-et-Loire.~ with files from Blizko Communication Tags: Saumur, eventing, CCI4*-L, More from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes. SIGN UP We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding.
Areas under a winter weather advisory for Monday (Jan. 11) are designated in purple in this National Weather Service forecast map updated on Sunday.While areas to the west and north are under a winter weather advisory, Ocean City will see only rain as a system moves through on Monday.The precipitation is expected to start in the wee hours of Monday morning and continue through the day. With a low temperature Sunday of 36 degrees and a high Monday of 43 degrees, Ocean City will get only rain.A mix of ice, rain and snow is in the forecast for areas along the Interstate 95 corridor, particularly during the morning commute.High temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday dip back down to the mid-30s, and there’s a very small chance of snow on Wednesday.The ocean water temperature on Sunday was 35 degrees with small surf.Northeast winds on Tuesday and Wednesday could give the waves a little bump by later in the week.
The City of Burlington will be conducting an inventory of historicbuildings over the next several months in an area of Burlington’s HillSection historically known as known as “Prospect Park.”Lyssa Papazian, a historic preservation consultant, and Phillip Barlow, agraduate student in historic preservation, will be recording architecturalstyles, details, history, and photographing buildings for the City’sHistoric Sites and Structures Survey. This survey is an inventory ofhistoric structures that is used to assist city & state officials,researchers, and property owners in planning for the protection,preservation, interpretation, and promotion of important cultural andarchitectural resources.The area of the City being researched this year is between South Prospectand South Willard streets south of Main Street in the city’s Hill Sectionneighborhood. More specifically, there are two areas: § Prospect Park -North, South Prospect St. from the south side of Main St. to Cliff St.,east of South Willard St.. This area includes primarily residentialbuildings dating from 1910 to 1940 including excellent examples of theColonial Revival style. § Prospect Park -Middle, South Prospect St. fromthe south side of Cliff St. to Ledge Road, west to South Willard St.. Thisarea includes primarily residential buildings dating from 1900 to 1940.Of the cities over 10,000 buildings, less than 3,000 have been inventoriedfor their potential national, state, or local historic significance. Muchof the original survey work in Burlington was completed in the 1970’s bythe VT Division for Historic Preservation as part of a statewideinitiative. Subsequent surveying has been completed more recently in theOld North End and along Shelburne Street by the City using grants madeavailable by the VT Division for Historic Preservation and the NationalPark Service.If you have any questions or would like more information, you can call theBurlington Planning & Zoning Department at 865-7194.
Banyuwangi regency in East Java has begun to reopen tourist destinations under “new normal” policies to alleviate the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism, regent Abdullah Azwar Anas has said. “We have begun opening several destinations in Banyuwangi. It is still limited, including hotels,” he said in a virtual discussion with the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) on Sunday, as reported by kompas.com.Abdullah said prior to opening tourism, the administration had simulated other in-person activities, such as public events and services at houses of worship. He said the COVID-19 pandemic had hit the local tourism sector hard. Therefore, in a bid to breathe life into the industry, the administration would reopen the destinations under strict health protocols.“If, in the past, we promoted the price as a selling point, we cannot longer do that now. Health must be our number one [concern],” he added.Read also: Gnarly, brah: Foreign surfers invited to Mentawai to kick-start tourismHe also explained that hotels and restaurants in Banyuwangi would be required to obtain and renew city administration health licenses weekly to ensure health protocols were being enforced properly. Travelers would be able to see which hotels and restaurants had a current health certification through certain apps. “The city administration can retract the aforementioned licenses after one week if a violation is found,” he said, as quoted by tribunnews.com.The regent said he would require tour guides to take a health protocol competency assessment test.Previously, national COVID-19 task force chief Doni Monardo expressed his appreciation for the Banyuwangi regent’s initiative in establishing health protocols and certifications. “Today, I see directly how tourism sites in Banyuwangi have implemented health protocols properly and have even certified them with a safety and health guarantee for visitors. It should be an example for other regions,” he said during a visit to Genjah Arum art studio in Kemiren village, Glagah district, Banyuwangi, last week.He said President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo himself commended Banyuwangi as the city best prepared for the new normal. (trn)Topics :
Virgil G. Rowlett, age 84, of Brookville, Indiana died Monday, November 13, 2017 at Reid Health in Richmond, Indiana.Born March 2, 1933 in Kentucky, he was the son of the late Homer & Nannie Rowlett. He was a U.S. Army Veteran.Virgil was retired, having worked at the former Ford/Visteon in Connersville for 40 years, and 11 years at J & J packaging in Brookville.In his leisure time he enjoyed the outdoors, hunting, fishing and gardening; playing cards, but time spent with his grandchildren was something he cherished most.He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles #1129 of Brookville, the Fraternal Order of Redmen Oshawnee #220 of Brookville; as well as the Bernard Hurst Post #77 of the American Legion in Brookville. Survivors include two children, Gregory Scott (Ruth) Rowlett of Brookville, Indiana and Kathy A. (Steve) Miller of Laurel, Indiana; a sister, Mildred Craft of Sunman, Indiana, 7 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren, as well as several nieces & nephews.Family & friends may visit from 2:00 P.M. until 3:00 P.M. on Friday, November 17, 2017 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.The Very Rev. Sean R. Danda will officiate the Funeral Services at 3:00 P.M. on Friday, November 17, 2017 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home. Burial with full military graveside honors by the Bernard Hurst Post #77 of the American Legion will then follow in St. Michael Catholic Cemetery in Brookville. After the committal services at the cemetery, there will be a gathering for family & friends at the American Legion Club Room, 1290 Fairfield Avenue, Brookville.Memorial contributions may be directed to the Bernard Hurst Post #77 of the American Legion. Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home and staff are honored to serve the family of Virgil Rowlett, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
THE Guyana Olympic Association (GOA), in collaboration with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), held a four-day sports administrators’ course at their headquarters in Liliendaal that concluded on Sunday afternoon.The programme, which had 21 participants, featured a healthy course outline with many topics inclusive of Challenges facing sports, Budget & Money Management, Drugs & Doping in Sports, Strength & Conditioning in Sports, Sport & the Law, Mental Health in Sports, Women in Sports, Sports Nutrition and Drugs along with Doping among other topics.The course had numerous high-profile speakers throughout the four days inclusive of Chief Justice (ag) Roxane George, Attorney-at-Law Emily Dodson, Hector Edwards, Garfield Wiltshire and Charles Corbin.