Columbus Day

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a legal holiday commemorating the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus

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During the Day of the Race, many Spanish-speaking countries like Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Chile, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Uruguay and plenty of others will recognize the people, traditions and cultures that were wiped out because of Columbus' colonization.
The Housing Minister praised good organisation and massive popular turnout on the second day of the race, pointing out that the even is developing every year with more activities and a growing number of spectators.
Trainer fines to be increased In cases where non-runners incur a fine, the fixed PS140 fine is to be substantially increased for any such non-runners declared after 9am on the day of the race.
The track is not letting the Late Model teams test the Hoosiers before the race and will not be supplying tires to teams until the day of the race.
Kashurba reports that it was over 130 degrees fahrenheit on the first day of the race.
The rules allow racecourses the option to have reserves in heritage handicaps on the Flat, as well as the Derby, Oaks and some Group 1 sprints, but the Ascot experiment was the first to allow their declaration on the day of the race.
But the actual day of the race on Labor Day weekend has not been confirmed and is likely to be Sunday.
Reserves coming in on the day of the race, for example the Ayr Gold Cup, could cause travel problems, but generally it would be better for trainers if the system changed.
on the day of the race at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum at Exposition Park, 3911 South Figueroa St.
deductions from returns determined by the price of a non-runner - on day of the race markets, the rest revert all bets to Starting Price.
Services for Justin, who died of leukemia, were held the day of the race two weeks ago and many from the local running community missed the race to be there.
On the day of the race, we phoned the track to again check the going and was told it remained unchanged.
Lindy Reilley, daughter of Fillmore High School auto shop teacher and Great Race driver Lin Thomas, is faxing team members one sentence of this poem each day of the race.