Facebook printAt around 6:45 a.m. Monday, a 12-inch cast-iron pipe underneath the intersection of Princeton Street and University Drive burst.The Fort Worth Water Department began repairing the pipe about an hour later, which ultimately forced crews to shut off the water that runs through the Moudy buildings by 3:45 p.m. Both of the building managers were notified of the incident, however, some students did not know there was a water leak.“I spent most of the day in Moudy and had no idea there were any problems,” said senior communication major Makayla Soria. “It wasn’t until I was walking on University and saw all of the workers and someone outside told me.”The Fort Worth Water Department owns most of the pipes that run under University Drive and has lines that run off to TCU. “Those pipes connect to a service meter that run the water connected to TCU’s property through a distribution system,” said Mary Gugliuzza, the communications director for the Fort Worth Water Department. The pipe that burst on Princeton Street released a pressure that needed to be isolated in order to fix the line. Gugliuzza said the way to isolate this pressure was to cut off the main water lines in Moudy. Chris Honkomp, assistant vice chancellor for facilities of the physical plant, said this is the third water main break that has affected Moudy this year.Water bubbles up from the cracks in the sidewalks outside of the Moudy buildings due to a water main break last semester (photo by Richard Edgemon).“There’s no exact reason we can identify why the pipes burst,” Honkomp said, “but the pipes connected to the Moudy buildings are older, cast iron pipes which can be affected by the clay earth that surrounds them when the earth moves.” Most of the newer buildings on TCU’s campus use high-density polyethylene pipes, which are more resilient to clay earth movements, Honkomp said. “Any project where the physical plant can go in to the water system, we try to go in and replace the old piping to avoid this problem.” Honkomp said.Gugliuzza said the issue was resolved at 11:33 p.m. Monday night but to expect Princeton Street to be closed for the next few days while they repair the street. The bathrooms and all of the water lines in the Moudy buildings are now safe to use. Linkedin Grace Toups Twitter Grace Toupshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/grace-toups/ ReddIt World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Grace is a senior journalism major and minor in business. She grew up in Tampa, Florida and loves to spend time in the sunshine with her friends. She can’t start her day without a cup of coffee and when she’s not in the media lab you can find her exploring hidden gems in Fort Worth. Building sustainability together Old cast iron piping underneath Princeton St. burst early this morning, causing water shut downs in the Moudy buildings. Credit: Grace Toups Grace Toupshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/grace-toups/ Twitter Instagram user threatens Fort Worth on Easter Sunday Grace Toupshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/grace-toups/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Making the first year count Marathon runner persists after being mauled by a pit bull ReddIt Linkedin Grace Toupshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/grace-toups/ Previous articleSoccer makes NCAA tournament for fourth-straight seasonNext articleHoroscope: November 12, 2019 Grace Toups RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook + posts Welcome TCU Class of 2025
WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Two men arrested following reports of suspicious activity in Strabane Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Pinterest Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford Homepage BannerNews Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Two men have been arrested following reports of suspicious activity in Strabane this morning.Police received a report that two men were acting suspiciously in the Castlegrange Park area of the town.A car that was reported stolen during a creeper style burglary in Derry during the early hours of this morning was also recovered.Shortly after 8:20am this morning, police received a report that two men were acting suspiciously in the Castlegrange Park area of the town.Officers in Strabane responded and following a search of the area the suspects were detained.Inspector Yvonne McManus says; “The two males, aged 27 and 36, were arrested and a red coloured Peugeot car, that had been reported stolen during a creeper style burglary in the Caw Park area of Derry/Londonderry during the early hours of this morning was recovered by police.She says this is a great example where information from the community has led to the arrests of two suspects.The two mean remain in custody and are being questioned in relation to a number of offences in the Derry and Strabane areas overnight. Pinterest By News Highland – June 5, 2018 Previous articleLifford Greyhound Stadium on the market for €1.9 millionNext articleDonegal to benefit from free public wifi News Highland
Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Previous articleBank of Ireland ATMs out of serviceNext articleImprovements required in three residential centres in Donegal News Highland Deputy Doherty launches scathing attack on Tanaiste Google+ Twitter By News Highland – November 28, 2019 DL Debate – 24/05/21 WhatsApp Pinterest Donegal Deputy Pearse Doherty launched a scathing attack on the Tanaiste in the Dail today, telling him to ‘get his head out of the sand’.Deputy Doherty appealed to Simon Coveney to introduce a rent freeze in a bid to help tackle the homeless crisis.In September, there were 55 adults accessing local authority managed emergency accomodation in the North West, including five families – representing a total of 17 children.Tanaiste Simon Coveney argued that the issue lies with housing stock, something he says the Government is working towards increasing.Deputy Doherty demanded the Tanaiste explain to those forced into emergency accommodation what action is being taken by the Government to address the crisis:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/pearserentweb.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
The Vermont Agency of Transportation will be holding applicant briefings for communities in counties granted a Public Assistance disaster declaration following floods from Tropical Storm Irene. Attendance at this meeting is encouraged to learn about the FEMA process. Representatives from Vermont communities in counties affected by Tropical Storm Irene are invited to meetings to learn how to apply for federal reimbursement for flood response and recovery costs for eligible public infrastructure such as debris removal, emergency protective measures, and the repair, replacement, or restoration of disaster-damaged, publicly owned facilities and the facilities of certain Private Non-Profit (PNP) organizations. Applicant may attend the briefing meeting closest to their location.The meetings are as follows:Friday, September 9, 2011: Rutland and Bennington Counties at Manchester Town Public Safety Facility Meeting Room, 6041 Main Street (VT Route 7A), Manchester Center, VT. Briefing will begin at 1:00 p.m. and followed by a FEMA applicants’ Kick Off meeting. Contact Rutland or Bennington Regional Planning Commissions with questions (802-775-0871 or 802-442-0713).Friday, September 9, 2011: Windham and Windsor Counties at Riverside Middle School Gymnasium, 13 Fairgrounds Road Springfield, VT. Briefing will begin at 10:00 a.m. and followed by a FEMA applicants’ Kick Off meeting. Contact Windham or Southern Windsor Regional Planning Commissions with questions (802-257-4547 or 802-674-9201).Saturday, September 10, 2011: Washington and Orange Counties at Judd Hall of Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT. Briefing will begin at 10:00 a.m. and followed by a FEMA applicants’ Kick Off meeting. Contact Central Vermont or Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Planning Commissions with questions (802-229-0389 or 802-457-3188).Saturday, September 10, 2011: Addison and Chittenden Counties at the American Legion at 100 Amory Lane in Vergennes, VT. Briefing will begin at 10:00 a.m. and followed by a FEMA applicants’ Kick Off meeting. Contact Addison or Chittenden County Regional Planning Commissions with questions (802-388-3141 or 802-846-4490).Monday, September 12, 2011: Franklin and Lamoille Counties at Green Mountain Technology & Career Center, 738 Route 15W, Hyde Park, VT. Briefing will begin at 10:00 a.m. and followed by a FEMA applicants’ Kick Off meeting. Applicants traveling through Johnson should expect delays in the Village of Johnson due to road construction and plan accordingly. Contact Northwest or Lamoille County Regional Planning Commissions with questions (802-524-5958 or 802-888-4548).Monday, September 12, 2011: Orleans, Essex and Caledonia Counties at Town of Lyndon’s Public Safety Building (Fire Department), 316 Main Street Lyndonville, VT. Briefing will begin at 10:00 a.m. and followed by a FEMA applicants’ Kick Off meeting. Contact Northeastern Vermont Development Association with questions (802-748-5181).Cities and towns with questions should contact their Regional Planning Commission.
ROME – Italian customs officers became suspicious when they found bags of “sugar” addressed to a company that had nothing to do with food processing, only to discover cocaine worth millions of euros. The 114 kilograms (251 pounds) of “extremely pure” cocaine were in a container unloaded from a freighter from Panama that docked at the southern port of Gioia Tauro, the customs service said on Feb. 18. Destined for the north of Italy, the cocaine’s street value was put at some €20 million euros (US$26.5 million), the customs service said, adding that police anti-mafia units also were involved in the investigation. By Dialogo February 20, 2012 [AFP (Panama), 18/02/2012; Terra.com (Panama), 18/02/2012]
Just because someone is bilingual, do you have to speak both languages? Well… it depends. Am I your target market or are you more interested in my kids?Before I came to the United States, I spent the first 24 years of my life in Cali, Colombia. I received a degree in Advertising and Visual Communication and in Marketing and International Business. Needless to say, Spanish is my native language, and when I moved here, I got my start working at a Spanish newspaper.Just as print has given way to online news, advertisers are now more interested in Millennials than Gen Xers, like myself. If your credit union or community bank is seeking to market to Hispanics, consider that 42% of the 22.7 million Hispanic Americans are Millennials. This represents 27% of all Millennials, a demographic that is mostly (58%) U.S.-born. continue reading » 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The last presentation presented the previous experiences of the Zagreb Tourist Board in working with the Chinese market. According to their data, the number of arrivals of Chinese tourists in Zagreb in 2018 increased by 9 percent, and the number of overnight stays by 10 percent, compared to the previous year. Likewise, a certain increase is expected in 2019 as well. They point out that the average length of stay of Chinese tourists in Zagreb is 1,98 days. They also presented the Chinese micro-websites of the Tourist Board, which contain a lot of information in Chinese, as well as promotional materials. The conference was opened by the editor of the HrTurizam portal, Goran Rihelj, and the founder and director of ProConcept, Andreja Gazdek. During the introduction to the conference, the importance of holding this type of conference was briefly explained in order for the profession to better prepare and harmonize its offers to the Chinese tourism market. The main presentation went to IPPWORLD Development Director, Joanne Chan. In her presentation, Chan focused on the profile of the Chinese market, but also the key sales strategies in the Chinese market. She noted that Chinese tourists often travel outside the European tourist season. In other words, Chinese tourists most often travel between November and February and September and October. Ivan Puškar, founder and director of the tourist consulting company Coned turizam, in his presentation, among other things, emphasized the importance of adapting the Croatian tourist offer to Chinese guests. He stressed that tourism service providers should introduce Mandarin as a language of communication through written and electronic materials, introduce oriental cuisine in their offer, improve hotel service (teapots and cookers in rooms), adjust room layout (feng shui) and the like. The representative of the office in Hungary for UnionPay International, Jessie Jiang, presented the most used electronic payment system in China – UnionPay. This claim is supported by the fact that every adult in China has at least one UnionPay card. Precisely for this reason, as many tourist entrepreneurs in Croatia should accept this type of payment, but ATMs should also offer payments from accounts. A brief overview of Croatian-Chinese relations was presented by Siniša Malus, Communications Manager of the Business Association of China and Southeast Europe (CSEBA) through the presentation “Croatian-Chinese relations – yesterday, today and tomorrow”. Andreja Gazdek continued her presentation with a presentation on the topic “Importance of the Chinese emitting market on a global level” in which she pointed out the exceptional expansion of Chinese tourists in the world in recent years. According to COTRI, as many as 180 million tourist visits by Chinese travelers are expected this year. She also put the importance of Croatia in perspective, considering that we are one of the top destinations for Chinese tourists. Gazdek also pointed out that only 6 percent of the population of China has a passport, but by 2020 it is expected to increase to 14 percent, or from 80 million to 200 million. “The potential of the Chinese market is huge and constantly growing, but in order to improve the quality of our offer we need to introduce direct flights, simplify the issuance of visas, create products they want to buy and consume, become visible and promote themselves in the Chinese market”, Concluded Gazdek. JOANNE CHAN, IPPWORLD: THE AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE IS MOST IMPORTANT TO CHINESE TOURISTS. THEY WANT TO SEE HOW LOCAL PEOPLE LIVE, WORK AND HAVE FUN Božidar Antolec, director of the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Lekenik, in his presentation entitled “How to network local communities and entrepreneurs”, stressed the importance of cooperation and strategic consolidation of economic entities within less developed counties into clusters. “The strategic goals of establishing the cluster are a competitive and sustainable product, restructuring all forms of tourism in the direction of high-income products, creating better business conditions and support for small and medium enterprises, as well as strengthening the local community as a driver of development and higher employment rates.”, Said Antolec. Also, as a good example, he mentioned the project of the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Lekenik “Film Route Anatevka” which visits the locations of the film classic “Fiddler on the Roof”, but also “Apprentice Hlapić”, which were shot in Lekenik. The conference concluded with a panel discussion on the previous experience in working with the Chinese market, which was attended by Iva Bahunek, director of the Croatian Hotel Employers Association (UPUHH), Tomislav Fain, president of the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies (UHPA) and Ernest Svažić, mayor of Krapinske Toplice. and moderator Goran Rihelj. It is this potential that should be used to extend the Croatian tourism season for most of the year. She also pointed out that Chinese tourists expect traditional cuisine, nature parks and cultural and historical monuments from Croatia. As a special group of Chinese tourists to whom they would have to adapt, Chan cited the so-called FIT (Free Independent Travelers). Namely, these are tourists who are mostly between 18 and 44 years old, of medium and higher purchasing power, like to organize their own travel and spend on average over 20.000 kuna per trip. Domestic tourism providers need to adapt to them primarily in terms of technology. “FIT members do almost everything via mobile phones. From payments, shopping, ordering food and taxis, through conversations and social networks and the like. They are completely dependent on their mobile phones when planning a trip”, Points out Chan. She also commented on the importance of so-called transcreation, that is, creative translation. This type of translation evokes an emotional connection, unlike standard translation. As much material as possible should be transcribed into Chinese. The Chinese emitting tourist market in Croatia has become one of the most important in recent years. The numbers themselves support this the most. It is estimated that in 2018, more than 200.000 Chinese tourists visited Croatia, ie in the last few years the number of visits increased by some 55 to 60 percent, and the number of overnight stays by 50 percent. ANDREJA GAZDEK, PROCONCEPT: CROATIA CAN EXPECT A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CHINESE TOURISTS IN 2019 RELATED NEWS: March 14.03.2019, XNUMX, Hotel Academija, Zagreb – The first regional conference on the Chinese tourist market discusses the possibility of tourist cooperation between Croatia and the region of Southeast Europe and China, as the strongest emitting tourist market. Sinisa Malus. Photo: Marko Lukunic / PIXSELL Today, Chinese tourists are the fourth largest group of tourists visiting Zagreb. Also, the local Shanghai edition of the world-famous Travel + Leisure magazine last year declared Croatia the most desirable European tourist destination through the “Best in the World” award. March 14.03.2019, XNUMX, Hotel Academija, Zagreb – The first regional conference on the Chinese tourist market discusses the possibility of tourist cooperation between Croatia and the region of Southeast Europe and China, as the strongest emitting tourist market. Jessie Jiang, Joanne Chan, Andreja Gazdek. Photo: Marko Lukunic / PIXSELL March 14.03.2019, XNUMX, Hotel Academija, Zagreb – The first regional conference on the Chinese tourist market discusses the possibility of tourist cooperation between Croatia and the region of Southeast Europe and China, as the strongest emitting tourist market. Andreja Gazdek Photo: Marko Lukunic / PIXSELL Due to these facts, the “First Regional B2B Conference on the Chinese Tourism Market” was held at the Academia Hotel in Zagreb, organized by ProConcept and IPPWORLD. The conference was attended by numerous experts from the tourism and related sectors. The conference dealing with the issues of the Chinese emitting market is very important for the tourism sector, given the continuous growth of arrivals and overnight stays of Chinese tourists in Croatia. We hope that the importance of the discussion, but primarily of progress, in adapting the market for Chinese tourists will be recognized in the future as well.
But Hughes felt the Baggies midfielder over-reacted to ensure the Potters were left with 10 men at The Hawthorns and will consider appealing. He said: “We weren’t too happy with the reaction of the lad Yacob to be perfectly honest. I thought he has gone down with the intention of maybe getting Geoff sent off and unfortunately for us that’s what he’s able to do. “We’ll have a look at it on Sunday and make a decision on whether or not we appeal. My initial thought is we probably will appeal. “It was unfortunate. I thought Geoff has reacted to a late challenge on a leg he injured in the first half. It is understandable to a certain extent.” And Hughes felt the late red played a huge part in Evans’ injury-time winner. He added: “At set-plays you are one man down and they are throwing everyone forward. At some point there is someone free. “We could have done better to clear the chance, it’s bobbled across and ended up in the far post for the tap-in. “We certainly didn’t play anywhere near like we’re capable of.” Jonny Evans’ injury-time winner capped late drama after Cameron was dismissed minutes after Jonathan Walters had levelled for Stoke. Cameron walked with nine minutes left after he pushed Yacob in the back of the neck following the Argentinian’s challenge. It had been a dull game before Stephane Sessegnon’s first goal since October 2014 opened the scoring and set Albion up for successive wins. It was Tony Pulis’ third straight victory over his former club and the Baggies are now nine points clear of the Barclays Premier League relegation zone. Pulis said: “Irrespective of whether it’s against Stoke or anyone the most important thing is three points and back-to-back victories. It’s a busy period and we have gone into the game without four players. “To put in a performance we have done without four major players is fantastic. “Luckily for us it drops to Jonny at the end. He has been a great signing for us. He’s not just a good defender but his quality on the ball is first class. He just oozes class.” Sessegnon looked to be out of Pulis’ plans this season but he has fought his way back into the side. It was just his seventh goal in two-and-a-half years at Albion and Pulis wants the 31-year-old to score more. “I pulled him (aside) this week. I thought he was fantastic against Newcastle and told him he needed goals,” he added. Press Association Boss Mark Hughes accused Claudio Yacob of getting Geoff Cameron sent off after Stoke slipped to a 2-1 defeat at West Brom.
Story and photos by Joseph SapiaFAIR HAVEN – Beverly Drotos stood outside Umberto’s Pizzeria on a recent night, noting the weather, around 40 degrees with a wind chill making it feel 10 degrees colder.“It’s a chilly night for this,” said Drotos, 45, manager of the local branch of 1st Constitution Bank.Drotos, who lives in the borough, and 1st Constitution were taking part in the Fair Haven Business Association’s second annual “Shop the Neighborhood,” held Thursday, Dec. 8, to acquaint businesses with customers during the winter holiday season. Businesses, some that normally close earlier in the day, celebrated Shop the Neighborhood from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., welcoming customers with snacks, beverage and live music.Drotus bundled up, with the staff of Umberto’s bringing her a hot chocolate to stay warm. She remained bubbly in the cold as she talked of the warm feeling of the night and handed out fabric shopping bags, filled with candy, coloring pads, cups, and bicycle reflectors, compliments of the association.At River Road Books, co-owner Laurie Potter showed books to Marshall Prosswimmer (left) and Rich Batting, both of Fair Haven. The shops stayed open late to welcome visitors.“It’s just to encourage people to come out and visit the local stores – extended hours, personal service you get in Mom-and-Pop shops,” said dentist Paul Ferguson, who is treasurer of the approximately 55-member association. “They like the small-town feel of it. Somebody referred to it as Mayberry by the Sea.”“It’s a fun, festive night with families and shoppers,” said Karen Rumage, co-owner of River Road Books.Those out and about could drive, walk or ride a trolley-style bus to participating businesses along River Road for about a half-mile from Navesink Avenue to Minton Lane.“We love community events,” said borough resident Stacey Strandberg, 44. “Events like this make this town so special.”Strandberg was with her daughters, Ashley, 10, and Ava, 9. They bought winter knit hats at Moon Child, a boutique for girls in the tween years.“We really do believe in shopping locally,” Strandberg said.Strandberg’s friend, Maggie Murray, 48, and her daughter, Katie, 10, also of Fair Haven, bought a shirt and sweater. Murray said they were out to “support local business, they’re good to us all year.“This is my first year doing it,” Murray said. “I try to shop locally, anyway.”Jennifer Costa, owner of Moon Child, said some shoppers “are on a mission” to buy, others “still looking around” for holiday gift-giving.Costa, 30, who grew up in Fair Haven and lives there, was serving chocolate-covered pretzels, candy, chocolate chip cookies, gingerbread men and champagne. In the background, Quinn Nolan, 15, who lives in town, played his tenor saxophone. Costa described Quinn as “amazing.”The red trolley bus shuttled visitors during the “Shop The Neighborhood” event in Fair Haven on Thursday, Dec. 8.“It’s fun,” Quinn said. “I play Christmas songs. People walk by, say, ‘Thank you’ (or) ‘It’s good.’”Lulu Lyle and Anna McCarthy, both 14 of Fair Haven, were Christmas shopping, enjoying Shop the Neighborhood.“It’s really cute,” Anna said. “It gets you into the holiday spirit, I guess.”Lulu said she liked “seeing all the families outside.”At Canyon Pass Provisions, which co-owner Genevieve DeBree described as an “outdoor lifestyle store,” a fire pit burned out front, with the classic Christmas movie, “It’s A Wonderful Life,” starring Jimmy Stewart, playing in the background.Inside Canyon Pass’ lodge-style store – “People say, ‘I feel like I’m in Colorado, Vermont,’” DeBree said – visitors walked around and chatted. DeBree said customers support local business.“They come out with force, with a purpose to support us,” said DeBree, who owns Canyon Pass with her husband, Derek, 47. “Retailing is really expanding (in Fair Haven).”Stores used to stay open late during the town’s lighting of its Christmas tree. But, this year, the event moved to its own night, said Genevieve DeBree, a borough resident.Charlie Krause, 17, played guitar and harmonica and sang at Canyon Pass.“The crowd here likes the music I like,” said Charlie, playing songs by the Grateful Dead, Neil Young, Elton John and Richard Thompson.Canyon Pass Provisions, an outdoor-lifestyle equipment and apparel store, had a fire pit going and the classic Christmas film, “It’s A Wonderful Life,” playing in the background during Fair Haven’s “Shop the Neighborhood” night.“I like how casual it is,” said Charlie, playing at Canyon Pass for the second year in a row. “I like doing things for fun. This part of my musical career I do for fun.”“He’s played a number of our events,” DeBree said. “He’s a very talented young man.”It is unclear how many people participate, Ferguson said. But he said it appeared busier than last year.“I love supporting local businesses,” said Rich Batting, 48, a borough resident who visited River Road Books with his partner, Marshall Prosswimmer, 52. “This bookstore is important. It’s like a dying breed.”The store is keyed in to the taste of customers and makes recommendations for their reading, Prosswimmer said. “It’s personalized.”“There’s nothing more depressing than a box store,” Batting said.
PICK SIX CARRYOVER OF $36,151 INTO FRIDAY, TOTAL PICK SIX POOL SHOULD APPROACH $250,000 ARCADIA, Calif. (May 26, 2016)–Idle since Feb. 25, aptly named Show Stealer overhauled heavily favored Two Taps in deep stretch to take Thursday’s $60,000 allowance feature at Santa Anita by a head under Tyler Baze. Trained by Art Sherman and owned by her breeder, George Krikorian, Show Stealer got a mile and a sixteenth in 1:44.01.Fourth turning for home in a field of five fillies and mares aged three and up, Show Stealer swooped four-wide outside of pacesetter Big Break and Two Taps a furlong out and gradually gained the advantage the final sixteenth of a mile.Off at 5-1, Show Stealer paid $12.80, $3.20 and $2.60. A 4-year-old Kentucky-bred filly by Eskendereya, Show Stealer is out of Krikorian’s Carson City mare, The Green Owl. Headquartered with Sherman at Los Alamitos, she improved her overall record to 17-3-2-2 and with the winner’s share of $36,000, increased her earnings to $155,760.“She’s a cool filly, one of those that tries real hard,” said Sherman. “She gets a check just about every time. There’s a chance we could run her back before the end of the meet (July 10).”An impressive first condition allowance winner at the distance here on March 5, Two Taps was attentive to the pace and appeared to be in a good striking position, third, going into the far turn. She overtook Big Break leaving the furlong pole, but was outrun late, finishing second, 2 ¼ lengths in front of Big Break.Ridden by Mike Smith, Two Taps was off at 3-5 and paid $2.20 and $2.10.Big Break, who was ridden by Edwin Maldonado, set fractions of 23.72, 47.35, 1:11.39 and 1:37.33. Off at 12-1, she paid $3.00 to show.There is a Pick Six carryover of $36,151 into Friday at Santa Anita. The Pick Six will be comprised of races three through eight and it’s expected Friday’s total Pick Six pool should approach $250,000.First post time for an eight-race card on Friday is at 2 p.m. Admission gates open at 11:30 a.m.