List Of Watch Makers

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  • (Watch-making) A watchmaker is an artisan who makes and repairs watches. Since virtually all watches are now factory made, most modern watchmakers solely repair watches. However, originally they were master craftsmen who built watches, including all their parts, by hand.
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New York Watch: Tempted to Tapit
New York Watch: Tempted to Tapit
The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) has introduced the “New York Watch” series, which will shine the spotlight on promising colts and fillies that have recently cleared the maiden and allowance ranks at Aqueduct Racetrack, Belmont Park, or Saratoga Race Course. Many of the industry’s brightest stars embarked upon their careers at the NYRA tracks, including a number of recent Triple Crown race winners. Big Brown, Jazil, Birdstone, Funny Cide, and Empire Maker are all among the Derby, Preakness, and Belmont Stakes victors that kick-started their careers at Aqueduct, Belmont Park, or Saratoga. The list also includes a brilliant triumvirate of fillies that broke their maidens at Aqueduct. Flashing, Little Belle, and Music Note all registered their first victories at the Big A before going on to win major Grade 1 races within the last two years. On Monday’s special Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday card at Aqueduct, Gainesway Stable’s Tempted to Tapit ran off to an 11?-length maiden victory in the day’s second race, definitively stamping himself as one to watch. Sold for $18,000 at the 2008 Keeneland September Sale, the gelded 3-year-old son of Tapit is out of Tempting Note by Editor’s Note, winner of the 1996 Belmont Stakes. Tempted to Tapit made three starts as a juvenile including a pair of second-place finishes in his most recent outings at Philadelphia Park on November 21 and December 11. In the seven-furlong December 11 race, he was collared late by Laus Deo, who led from gate to wire in the $65,000 Count Fleet Stakes in his next start on January 2 at Aqueduct. “He’s run well in all of his races, but where he appeared to be a winner in the last two he seemed to lose focus and got to loafing around,” said trainer Steve Klesaris, who added blinkers for Monday’s race. “In a race or two I’d like to see if he can learn to come out of the bridle a little bit and harness some of that energy.” David Cohen, who had helped get the gelding ready for the races at Fair Hill Training Center this summer had the call Monday afternoon and said keeping the horse focused was his first priority. “It was my first time riding him in the afternoon, but I worked with him before he ever ran, so I knew him very well,” Cohen said. “I just really wanted to get into his mind and let him know that he had to go on and do it regardless of whether we were two lengths or ten lengths in front. He’s going to have to face a lot tougher, but I think he stepped his game up today.” Klesaris said he had no firm plans for Tempted to Tapit, but planned to nominate him where he is eligible and “see what fits his schedule best.”
This picture is #1 in my strangers assignment. Check out the 100 strangers website to see more pictures and people working on the same assignment. This dignified elderly gentleman goes by the name of Don, is our resident watch repairman that has a booth set up in the local flea-market where I work in Edmonton on the weekends. If you can believe it, he just turned 91 years of age and is still going strong. I asked if he would pose for me, to which he kindly agreed. In addition, he provided me with a bit of his history and one that would fill a lengthy book. The following paragraph is just a snapshot description. A veteran of sorts, who serviced the fighting aircraft during WW2 in England. Many rich stories to impart in that regard. So fixing watches and such is child's play to him considering his varied skills. After the war he had run a number of jewelry shops and finally gave it up upon retirement. He involved himself with his immediate family and a large one at that, for a number of years. Finally his work ethics pulled at him to keep working on a small scale and this is how he ended up as the flea - market's Watchmaker. I nicknamed him Larry King after the famous talk show host. I guess its the suspenders that imbues that look

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