Put The Kettle On heading back to Cheltenham | Racing News

first_img– Advertisement – Sceau Royal, winner of Saturday’s Elite Hurdle for Alan King, could switch back to fences for the race, while the Philip Hobbs-trained Defi Du Seuil, who was a huge disappointment in the Champion Chase in the spring, is in line make his seasonal bow.Rouge Vif was a winner at last month’s Showcase meeting and could return to Cheltenham for Harry Whittington, with Nigel Twiston-Davies’ Ascot Chase hero Riders Onthe Storm, the Brian Ellison-trained Forest Bihan and 2019 Arkle winner Duc Des Genievres, who is now with Paul Nicholls, completing the possibles. Put The Kettle On is set to kick off her campaign in Sunday’s Shloer Chase at Cheltenham.Henry de Bromhead’s six-year-old posted a career-best effort when springing a 16-1 surprise in the Arkle at the Festival in March, adding to a previous success over two miles at Cheltenham’s Open meeting last year.- Advertisement –center_img Put The Kettle On is again due to line up at the fixture, with the mare counting among seven entries for the Grade Two heat.De Bromhead said: “She’s in great form and is due to go over to Cheltenham for the Shloer Chase. She seems to love it over there, so she’s going over there this weekend.“She’s in mighty form, working well, so we’re looking forward to that.”- Advertisement –last_img read more

Antigua Rotary Club Donates Masks to Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda

first_img Share Sharing is caring! As part of its continuous community outreach efforts, the Rotary Club of Antigua (RCA) today made a timely donation of 500 breathable, branded, white masks to the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda (RPFAB).President of the Rotary Club, Dr. Vanetta Rodgers, in making the presentation to Superintendent Vivian Parker, who accepted on behalf of Police Commissioner Atlee Rodney, said that the club is committed to play its part in educating the public and providing needed resources to mitigate the spread of the deadly COVID-19 disease.She also emphasized the importance for everyone, more so essential workers such as the members of the Royal Police Force, to practice proper hygiene, wear masks when venturing outside at all times and to practice social distancing whenever possible.President Vanetta also expressed thanks to Acting Superintendent Brenda Jacobs, who is in charge of stores for her support throughout the process.Superintendent Parker extended words of gratitude to the Rotary Club of Antigua and noted that the masks will go a long way in assisting the officers in effectively carrying out their daily duties as front liners in the fight against the COVID-19 disease.To date, the country has 23 confirmed cases of the virus and has recorded 3 associated deaths.The Rotary Club of Antigua urges everyone to stay safe, stay at home and to adhere to all of the other safety protocols established by health officials. Share Tweetcenter_img Share 67 Views   no discussions CoronavirusLifestyleNewsRegional Antigua Rotary Club Donates Masks to Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda by: – April 13, 2020last_img read more