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afootballobserver:

Southampton 2-1 QPR [BPL] 27/09/2014
Graziano Pellè 68’ (Assist: Dusan Tadic)

afootballobserver:

Southampton 2-1 QPR [BPL] 27/09/2014

Graziano Pellè 68’ (Assist: Dusan Tadic)

shayman77:

Why do Sky disable RedZone during the Wembley games? You think I want to watch the Dolphins - Raiders?

Exactly this.

shayman77:

Why do Sky disable RedZone during the Wembley games? You think I want to watch the Dolphins - Raiders?

Exactly this.

 

thehorsegodbuilt:

Frankel

mcilroyupdates:

TEAM EUROPE SELFIE

mcilroyupdates:

TEAM EUROPE SELFIE

strungoutwire:

Bradley Wiggins: World Time Trial Champion
(Photo via)

strungoutwire:

Bradley Wiggins: World Time Trial Champion

(Photo via)

Mick talking pure sense, as ever.

racinglegends:

Kingman has been retired by trainer John Gosden due to a throat infection, which would have ruled him out for the autumn targets: the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on Champions Day in mid-October and the Breeders’ Cup in early November.Announced on 22 September 2014.
Juddmonte, owner of Kingman, say that he has to undergo further treatment.
The wonder colt will stay at Banstead Manor Stud. He won seven of his eight races including the 2013 Solario Stakes, 2014 Greenham Stakes, Irish 2,000 Guineas, St James’s Palace Stakes, Sussex Stakes, and the Prix Jacques Le Marois. The only time he did not win was in the 2,000 Guineas, where he finished second to Night Of Thunder by half a length.
It is sad that he retires. But I am glad that trainer and owner think on his well being.
Happy and long retirement, baby. Enjoy it. <3
Photo source: XKingman before the Irish 2,000 Guineas, June 2014

racinglegends:

Kingman has been retired by trainer John Gosden due to a throat infection, which would have ruled him out for the autumn targets: the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on Champions Day in mid-October and the Breeders’ Cup in early November.
Announced on 22 September 2014.

Juddmonte, owner of Kingman, say that he has to undergo further treatment.

The wonder colt will stay at Banstead Manor Stud. He won seven of his eight races including the 2013 Solario Stakes, 2014 Greenham Stakes, Irish 2,000 Guineas, St James’s Palace Stakes, Sussex Stakes, and the Prix Jacques Le Marois. The only time he did not win was in the 2,000 Guineas, where he finished second to Night Of Thunder by half a length.

It is sad that he retires. But I am glad that trainer and owner think on his well being.

Happy and long retirement, baby. Enjoy it. <3

Photo source: X
Kingman before the Irish 2,000 Guineas, June 2014