The Wood Brothers has announced a free webcast of their upcoming show at Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre via The Relix Channel. The webcast will take place starting at 9 p.m. (EST) this Thursday, January 24th.The Wood Brothers’ recent 2018 release, One Drop Of Truth, was recently nominated for a Grammy Award in the “Best Americana Album” category. The Grammy’s are set to take place on February 10th, 2019 at Los Angeles’ Staples Center.For ticketing information and a complete list of The Wood Brothers’ upcoming tour dates, visit the band’s website.
She added: “I only train around 20 horses, and to be on the biggest stage in the biggest handicap pre-Christmas is very special.“We are rubbing shoulders with the likes of Paul Nicholls and Nicky Henderson – what she has done for my career so far is phenomenal, and hopefully we can create more memories at Cheltenham later this month.”The Venetia Williams-trained Aso heads the weights on 11st 12lb for the £130,000 contest, while Nicholls’ seven entries this year include the sponsor’s 6-1 joint-favourite Saint Sonnet (11st 1lb), who has not raced since finishing seventh behind Samcro in the Marsh Novices’ Chase at the Festival.A strong team for Nicholls also features Haldon Gold Cup victor Greaneteen (11st 5lb ex 5lb penalty), recent Chepstow scorer Grand Sancy (11st 3lb) and last year’s runner-up Brelan D’As (10st 11lb).Imperial Aura (Kim Bailey) shares favouritism and will shoulder a minimum of 11st 11lb following a comeback success in the Listed Colin Parker Memorial Chase at Carlisle on Sunday.The prolific seven-year-old ran three times at Cheltenham last season and ended the campaign with victory in the Listed Northern Trust Company Novices’ Handicap Chase at the big meeting in the spring.Nigel Twiston-Davies is the most successful current trainer in the Paddy Power Gold Cup, with four wins. The Gloucestershire handler’s three entries include second-season chasers Al Dancer (11st 8lb) and Good Boy Bobby (11st), who have been in winning action this season at Newton Abbot and Bangor respectively.Harry Whittington’s Simply The Betts (11st 11lb) could face Happy Diva again – with other names to note including Mister Fisher (11st 9lb), one of four entries for Nicky Henderson, and Kauto Star Novices’ Chase victor Slate House (Colin Tizzard, 11st 6lb). Happy Diva is ready to defend her crown in next week’s Paddy Power Gold Cup at Cheltenham.The Kerry Lee-trained mare proved a neck too strong for Brelan D’As 12 months ago, and later went close to a famous Cheltenham double when second to Simply The Betts in the Brown Advisory & Merriebelle Stable Plate Handicap Chase in March.- Advertisement – The nine-year-old was fifth on her return to action in a Listed handicap chase at Wetherby last week.Bradbury Star was the last back-to-back winner of the feature race at Cheltenham’s November meeting, back in 1993 and 1994, but Lee reports her stable star – who has been allotted 11st 5lb – in good order.She said: “Happy Diva has come out of Wetherby in fine fettle. She will come on plenty for that run, and the Paddy Power Gold Cup is once again the aim.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “We were delighted with Wetherby, because she showed every inch of her usual zest and enthusiasm for the game.“She is a fantastic horse, and we are lucky to have her. She is so consistent and professional – she is just a pleasure to have in the yard.“It was very special to see her win the Paddy Power Gold Cup, and hopefully she can go close again.”- Advertisement –
Related Stories High school teammates Grant, Oladipo meet in Sweet 16 Clamping down: Syracuse’s vaunted 2-3 zone gets set for clash with loaded Indiana offense in Sweet 16Boeheim, current Syracuse players reflect on 1987 national title loss to IndianaWith renewed health, Keita ready to take on Indiana’s All-American Zeller’It still stings to this day’: Twenty-six years after narrowly losing title game to Indiana, Syracuse has shot at redemption in NCAA Tourney Published on March 27, 2013 at 8:11 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_iseman WASHINGTON — Wearing a gray Indiana sweatshirt, John Harbaugh stood in the hallway outside of the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., waiting to see his brother-in-law and Hoosiers head coach Tom Crean. The Baltimore Ravens head coach made the 45-minute drive from Baltimore to support Crean as he tries to become the next member of the family to win a championship.“It’s just really exciting for the family and everything,” Harbaugh said. “It’s been a crazy year. It’s been a great ride, so if Tom can pull off a miracle and get to the Final Four and maybe win the thing, wouldn’t that be something?”Crean is married to Harbaugh’s sister, Joani. The family experienced euphoria and heartbreak simultaneously when Harbaugh’s Ravens beat his brother Jim’s San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl on Feb. 3. For now, though, football takes a backseat to basketball.Harbaugh said he likes how much of a fight the Hoosiers put up in their games, and referenced the 58-52 win over Temple on Sunday in the Round of 32 as an example. The Owls led for much of the game before Indiana pulled out the win in the final minutes.The Hoosiers have a tough route to the Final Four, Harbaugh said, with Syracuse and either Marquette or Miami standing in their way.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I love the team,” Harbaugh said of Indiana. “I love the way they play. The way they fight. It’s going to be a tough game. Syracuse is playing great. It’s a tough little group of four here. It’ll be interesting to see how it goes.”Harbaugh spoke to Crean on Wednesday morning. He said his brother-in-law was up all night watching game film, a feeling to which he said he can relate.Harbaugh said some members of the family will be in Washington to see the game, but his parents will watch their son-in-law lead his Hoosiers on television at home.Almost two months after reaching the top of the NFL, Harbaugh is watching his brother-in-law try to become the second champion in the family.“Tom does a great job. He’s an unbelievable leader,” Harbaugh said. “The players love playing for him. He’s got a bunch of good guys.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+