This magnificent Irish mechanical dining table transforms into a stunning games table with just a few turns. Turn the table's top counterclockwise and this center rises up to reveal four cut glass decanters. Once lowered again, a turn of the crank counterclockwise opens six drawers in the table's frieze, each holding an assortment of games, from cards, to Parcheesi, and even a horse-racing game! Turn the crank back and six more drawers pop open, holding cut glass tumblers, inkwells, and…
Cheltenham Festival 2017 race card: Runners and riders on Day 4 - https://newsexplored.co.uk/cheltenham-festival-2017-race-card-runners-and-riders-on-day-4/
THE PEARL (Aus) B c 1866, New Warrior (GB) - Ida. Trained and owned by John Tait. Ridden by J. Cavanagh. Winner 1871 Melbourne Cup in 3:39.0 and the first at odds of 100/1. Tait had two horses in the race, the other being Pyrrhus, the far more favoured of the two but interference in the race allowed The Pearl a clear run and he crossed the line two lengths clear of Romula and Irish King with the lightweight of 45.8kg. (1906 Cigarette Memorabilia Card).
Monica Santa Monica, CA I grew up in Texas in a small town where the population is roughly half Mexican and half white (German, Polish, Irish, etc.). I myself am half Mexican and half Irish. Funny enough, a lot of my friends are also bi-racial. When I moved away from Texas, I was shocked by [...]