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Best Watch 2011

best watch 2011
  • Keep under careful or protective observation
  • Secretly follow or spy on
  • a small portable timepiece
  • Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time
  • look attentively; "watch a basketball game"
  • a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
  • 2011 (MMXI) will be a common year starting on a Saturday. In the Gregorian calendar, it will be the 2011th year of the Common Era, or of Anno Domini; the 11th year of the 3rd millennium and of the 21st century; and the 2nd of the 2010s decade.

New York Watch: Flashpoint
New York Watch: Flashpoint
While Flashpoint may not always be the best behaved colt, he certainly has speed, which he demonstrated today with a sharp debut victory at Aqueduct Racetrack. He becomes the first horse in 2011 to join the New York Watch list, which profiles up-and-comers that have recently cleared the maiden ranks at Aqueduct, Belmont Park, and Saratoga Race Course. Away alertly from post position one, Flashpoint cleared on the lead and was tracked by odds-on favorite Simba’s Story through fractions of 22.89 and 45.98. Jockey Cornelio Velasquez shook the reins at Flashpoint as they turned for home, and the colt answered by drawing away to a 6 ?-length score, completing the six furlongs on the inner track in 1:09.68. “He’s a big, strapping colt and is as strong as a bull,” said John Fort, president of Peachtree Stable, the operation that owns Flashpoint. “He’s not a hyper horse. He won’t flip on top of you, but he will run right over you.” Fort bought Flashpoint, a 3-year-old son of two-time Grade 1-winning sprinter Pomeroy, for $100,000 at the 2009 Keeneland September Yearling Sale. “He was probably the last thing I was looking for because I usually don’t buy sprinters,” said Fort. “He was kind of a big bully as a yearling, but you could tell that he was going to grow into that frame. I decided to take a shot on a horse that was different than the type I usually buy, which is usually more of a classic-type horse.” Even though Fort saw the colt misbehave before he entered into the sales ring, he went forward with the purchase. “His manners were absolutely terrible,” recalled Fort. “A girl was leading him in the paddock where they keep the horses before they go into the ring, and he knew he could boss her around. Bob Baffert was standing there with me, and I said to him, ‘I’m about to buy that horse. What do you think?’ And he said, ‘I don’t think Barry [Eisaman of Eisaman Equine] will be able to break that horse!’” With patient handling by Eisaman and trainer Rick Dutrow, the strong-willed colt developed into a 3-year-old who was mentally and physically ready to run a big race on debut. “I told Rick he has done great a job with this horse,” said Fort. “One of the smartest training moves he has ever made was blowing him out [four furlongs in 49.13] two days before the race. Most of these trainers want to bring them over fresh, but he wanted to take the edge off him.” Fort said Flashpoint will join Dutrow’s string at Gulfstream Park next week and will train toward a start in the seven-furlong Grade 2 Hutcheson on February 12. Should he perform well in that race, the colt will return to New York and will likely target other sprint stakes races for 3-year-olds. “At this point we’re not thinking about the Kentucky Derby because we don’t think he’s that type of horse,” said Fort. “I think he is a fast horse, and there’s nothing wrong with winning one of those sprint races in Saratoga. We’ll pick our spots.” Flashpoint’s sire won three of those Saratoga sprints himself, winning the 2004 Grade 1 King’s Bishop for 3-year-olds, the 2005 Grade 2 Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap, and the 2006 Grade 1 Forego. The sophomore’s dam, Two Punch Lil, won sprint stakes at Pimlico and Laurel and has produced two sons who are stakes-placed in Japan. Horses previously featured in the New York Watch series include Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Uncle Mo; Boys at Tosconova, victorious in the Three Chimneys Hopeful and second in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile; More Than Real, who took the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf; Breeders’ Futurity hero J. B.’s Thunder; and To Honor and Serve, who swept the Nashua and Remsen. Other graded stakes winners on the New York Watch list are Eightyfiveinafifty, Position Limit, and Winter Memories.
2011-01-20 15-46-44 Hanakapai Falls Kauai
2011-01-20 15-46-44 Hanakapai Falls Kauai
After spending a long time watching the waves at Hanakapi'ai Beach, Lisa said she wanted to hike to the falls. I hadn't thought we were going that far -- we hadn't brought much water or any flashlights. But we decided that if we really hoofed it we could make it. We hiked at a really strong pace. It's a wonderful and extremely varied trail with many stream crossings. At many places it's hard to follow the trail, and we lost it several times. But Lisa always found it. The last part involves a half mile or so (seems much longer) of constant stream crossings and climing over boulders. We got to the falls just in time for a quick look before we had to head back. No time to linger or swim. We took a few pictures and headed back, and made it back to the Jeep right at dusk. One of the best days of my life!

best watch 2011
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