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30Aug/20

Sun Bets signs deal to sponsor Stayers’ Hurdle at Cheltenham

first_img Submit Tim Reynolds, Sun BetsSun Bets has signed a three-year deal to sponsor the Grade One Stayers’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. The 2017 race will take place on the third day of the festival (March 16), which is also St Patrick’s Day.First run with its current race conditions in 1972, the Sun Bets Stayers’ Hurdle will revert to its original title after being named the World Hurdle since 2004.To celebrate the announcement, Sun Bets will be top price on every runner in the race from 8.00 am on December 20 until midnight.The three-mile hurdling championship event has been won by most of the great staying hurdlers, such as the Paul Nicholls-trained Big Buck’s, who landed a record four consecutive renewals between 2009 and 2012. The Colin Tizzard trained Thistlecrack gained victory in scintillating fashion in 2016.Tim Reynolds, Sun Bets Head of PR, said: “As an Authorised Betting Partner, we are delighted to welcome the opportunity to be associated with the Cheltenham Festival and sponsor a race as prestigious as the Stayers’ Hurdle.“We look forward to a long and successful partnership with Cheltenham, which further cements our commitment to British racing.”Ian Renton, Regional Director, Cheltenham & The South West, The Jockey Club, said: “I am delighted to welcome Sun Bets to Cheltenham.“As one of the two feature races on the third day of The Festival, St Patrick’s Thursday, I am sure that Sun Bets will find sponsorship of the Stayers’ Hurdle hugely rewarding.“The race title reverts to its original handle, the ‘Stayers’ Hurdle’. We look forward to many successful runnings under the Sun Bets’ banner.” StumbleUpon ITV secures three-year British racing broadcast deal August 5, 2020 Related Articles Coral relaunches cinematic campaign for racing’s return June 5, 2020 Share Matt Hancock publicly defends Cheltenham Festival decision April 29, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

28Aug/20

New PFAS site confirmed in Oscoda Township

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisOscoda Township, MI — The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy has confirmed another PFAS contaminated site in Oscoda Township at the former dump.The site is located on Kings Corner Road between Loud Drive and Poor Farm Road.According to the EGLE, Oscoda Township was concerned that PFAS contaminated wastes were disposed of in the dump based upon a letter dated from 1968.The letter stated that waste from the Wurstsmith Air Force Base was being disposed of at the dump.In December of 2018 the EGLE collected 16 groundwater samples from the perimeter of the dump, and in early January the results confirmed PFAS in 14 of the samples – With three wells showing numbers higher than the standard.Nine residential wells were tested and none showed positive results for PFAS contaminants.106th District State Representative Sue Allor provided the following statement to WBKB following the EGLE’s report:“The discovery of more PFAS contamination in our region connected to activity at the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base further punctuates the need for the EPA to act and the DOD to step up to its clean-up responsibilities. Every Michigan family deserves the peace of mind of knowing that when they hand a glass of water to their child it is safe. I am proud of our state’s work leading the way when it comes to PFAS detection and investigation. I will continue to support efforts to address this growing issue.”According to Oscoda Township Supervisor Aaron Weed, there is not much that can be done at this point until the EGLE meets with the township board.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Hinks Elementary hosts lemonade sale to teach financial literacyNext Help send Underwater Robotics Club to international competitionlast_img read more