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1 million Manikato Stakes to claim maiden Group One victory
One of racing's wrongs was finally put right on Friday night when Buffering won the Manikato Stakes at Moonee Valley.
The bulldog from Queensland secured a long awaited maiden Group One victory in claiming the $1 million sprint feature.
Placed on 10 occasions at elite level before Friday, Buffering had at last earned a deserved place in the spotlight having for so long raced in the shadow of Black Caviar and Hay List.
In typical brave fashion, Buffering led the field before withstanding a strong challenge from Hong Kong star Lucky Nine to win by a short half head.
Sessions, having his first run at Group One level, flashed home for third in a blanket finish.
Trainer Robert Heathcote was beaming with pride in the winner's enclosure and said he felt like he had just climbed Everest.
"Gee what do you say? Eighteen goes at a Group One and he gets the job done tonight in a $1 million race. That's something special," he said.
"I was beginning to wonder if he'd ever win a Group One. They said he was the best sprinter in the world (Lucky Nine), well I've got one better.
"Buffering just puts in every time, and the couple of runs out of his 36 starts that he hasn't there's been something wrong.
"They say this is the place where legends are made, and he's a legend for me."
Buffering was sent out the $7.50 second pick behind and the hot favourite Samaready ($2.15), who was expected to replicate her dynamic first up victory in the Moir Stakes.
"Everybody was talking Samaready right up, and we knew it was a terrific win last time by her, but we just thought if we could get a little bit of luck mid race, he was going to take a lot of catching as he always proves," said winning jockey Damian Browne.
"At the furlong (200m) he really dug in and gave me a length and you know he's always going to fight.
"The last couple of bounds when Lucky Nine was coming I was thinking, 'Geez, come on post'."
Buffering now takes his record to 13 wins and 14 placings for $3.2 million in prize money.
He will now target the $1 million VRC Sprint Classic at Flemington, where he will reoppose many of his rivals on Friday night, including Lucky Nine who is chasing a rich global sprint challenge bonus.
Samaready settled midfield and looked poised to pounce before the turn, but she did not show the same acceleration she did in the Moir and battled into eighth.
The Manikato was the highlight of the Moonee Valley card, run on the eve of the club's championship race, the Cox Plate.The game was part of the 2011 2012 Bowl Championship Series and was the concluding game of the season for both teams. beat LSU 21 0 to win their 14th national championship, marking the first shutout in a national championship game since the 1992 Orange Bowl and the first ever shutout in a BCS bowl game. The game had the third lowest TV rating, 14.01, in the 14 year history of the BCS National Championship game.LSU was selected to participate in the BCS National Championship Game after a 13 0 regular season that culminated with a 42 10 win over the University of Georgia in the 2011 SEC Championship Game. was picked as the other half of the match up following an 11 1 campaign, with their only loss coming against LSU in overtime during the regular season. Over the following weeks, a series of upsets resulted in the Crimson Tide receiving a No. ranking in the final BCS Poll to qualify for the championship game. Ironically, it was the conferences whose teams finished 3rd and 4th (the Big 12 and the Pac 12) who rejected the SEC's proposal for a 4 team playoff system in 2008.
This game was the first time in the 14 year history of the BCS that the National Championship Game has featured two teams from the same conference, let alone the same division, similar to what happened in the NCAA Baseball Championship six months prior, from the same conference, but in the other division, although that was through a playoff. This was also the first time the BCS National Championship Game was a rematch from a regular season game, although the 1996 season's eventual Bowl Alliance National Championship game was also a rematch, when Florida defeated Florida State 52 20 for the national title in the 1997 Sugar Bowl. The Tigers have averaged 375.31 yards per game with 215.15 yards in rushing and 160.15 yards in passing. The leaders of this team are CB Tyrann Mathieu (Chuck Bednarik Award recipient), CB Morris Claiborne (Jim Thorpe Award recipient, six interceptions for 173 yards, 1 TD and 6th overall draft pick), DE Sam Montgomery (13 tackles for loss, 9 sacks for 55 yards), WR Rueben Randle (53 receptions, 917 yards, and 8 TD's) and P Brad Wing (44.14 punt average).
won the coin toss with a call of "tails" and elected to defer their decision to the second half. The game was controlled by both school's defenses a dominant characteristic of the Southeastern Conference which has led them to winning the previous 5 BCS National Championship Games and 8 of the 14 national titles since the creation of this format.
LSU's first possession set the tone for the game. They fumbled the ball on the opening play and ultimately ended up punting the football to after failing to gain a first down. The rest of the first half would be dominated by both defenses. would get within field goal range four times and kicker Jeremy Shelley would make three of his attempts to give a 9 0 lead at halftime. LSU gained only one first down and was unable to cross the 50 yard line for the entire first half.
The second half would play out much the same as the first half. 's defense allowed LSU to cross the 50 yard line only once and gave up only four more first downs. was able to add 6 more points from field goals and another 6 points on a 34 yard rush by Heisman Trophy finalist Trent Richardson.loved the film and what it was saying, Baldwin said after the Landmark Theatre screening Baldwin organized. I realized, my mother is up here. My mother has been here since 1987, she been here 25 years. She originally FROM here. After my dad passed away we grew up on Long Island my mother and my sisters and their children relocated up here and have been members of this community for 25 years.it like the old joke: You want to say to people, I up here showing Josh Fox movie for my health? Actually I am. For my health and the health of my family. trimmed down Baldwin, in a two piece blue suit with blue shirt and a gray, blue and red tie, was part actor, part moderator, part hometowner. He deflected attention to a panel of guests. He played the crowd. He praised the preservation of the Landmark Theatre and wished all of his movie premieres could be there. He joked. He was passionate and political if hot button issues such as hydrofracking are interpreted as political.Famous for his Twitter account, he tweeted on Friday that he was a Buick LaCrosse out of Syracuse Airport. Very good car, later noting he wasn paid to endorse it. Buick tweeted back that even though he wasn paid, it thanked him for the shout out (during a brief press conference after the "Gasland" screeing, when others were speaking, Baldwin reached for his phone and texted).With one of his sisters, Baldwin spent part of Friday night at the Taste of Syracuse festival in downtown Syracuse.Baldwin was also scheduled to participate Sunday in a fundraising event for West Genesee modified sports. The route begins and ends at West Genesee High School in Camillus. today. Registration includes admission to a challenge softball game between West Genesee Middle School and Camillus Middle School faculty and staff. Baldwin will be a special guest umpire. There also will be raffles during the softball game.The actor was also spending time with family. Baldwin mother, Carol, and sisters, Beth and Jane, live in the Syracuse area.While the crowd of a few hundred was mostly friendly, there were some puzzled by what they thought was an imbalance in the panel, which was made up of people opposed to hyrdrofracking (Baldwin said he did try to get representatives of the natural gas drilling companies and politicians to participate, but got little response)."It's a dated movie,'' said Kathleen Bertuch of DeWitt. "It's wonderful to alert people to this. But to put it out there as the end all and be all is a disservice to the community. This event is a little too emotional and one sided."After viewing "Gasland," Baldwin said he thought of his mother and her battle against breast cancer."When you can prove . an activity can potentially cause cancer, that a no brainer. (People) know how to react,'' said Baldwin.And Baldwin brought it back to the Landmark Theatre and the years long efforts to preserve the movie palace."(It's) one of the most famous buildings here in Syracuse and Central New York, which is a testament to how much people believe in preservation,'' said Baldwin. "We asking people to have the same feeling about the water supply of Central New York that they have for this building in downtown Syracuse."Black Friday 2013: 71 percent of Walmart employees will work on ThanksgivingSyracuse schools superintendent clarifies comments about sexual assault in letter to Vera HouseGeorge McDonald, the guy who calls the plays for the Syracuse football team, feels your pain.