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USA faces Panama in
CONCACAF Gold Cup
SANTA CLARA --- The United States will open
the CONCACAF Gold Cup on July 8 at Nashville,
Tennessee, against Panama, which beat the
Americans on penalty kicks in the 2015 third-
The US plays Martinique on July 12 at Tampa, Flor-
ida, and closes group play against Haiti or Nicaragua
on July 15 at Cleveland. If the Americans win Group
B or finish second, they would advance to a quarter-
final doubleheader on July 19 in Philadelphia. The
other quarterfinals are the following day at Glendale,
The Philadelphia quarterfinal winners meet July
22 at Arlington, Texas, and the Glendale winners the
next day at Pasadena, California. The final is July 26
at Santa Clara, California.
Defending champion Mexico plays El Salvador on
July 9 at San Diego and Jamaica, the team it beat in the
2015 final, four days later at Denver. El Tri closes the
first round on July 16 against Curacao at San Antonio.
Group A includes Canada, Costa Rica, French Guy-
ana and Honduras, and matches are at Harrison, New
Jersey; Houston; and Frisco, Texas. Canada meets
French Guyana on July 7 at New Jersey in the tour-
The Confederation of North and Central American
and Caribbean Association Football announced the
schedule Tuesday. CONCACAF does not hold draws
for the Gold Cup. (AP)
Waterville Dancer did enough on debut to sug-
gest he'll be a step ahead of five rivals in a 3-y-
o Maiden Stakes over ten furlongs of Lingfield
polytrack today; trainer Richard Hughes will be
disappointed if Shane Kelly doesn't have reason
to steer this Nathaniel colt into the winners' en-
My time-handicap suggests that will be the case, third
to strongly-fancied, heavily-backed duo, Bush House
and War at Sea, smacks of an excellent effort, beaten
just over three lengths.
Reaslistically Kelly was more intent on making this
'first day at school' a pleasant experience for Waterville
Dancer and must have been pleased with his genuine
Hughes and Kelly enjoyed a prolific 2016 and is a
combination worth monitoring closely during the next
Obviously Solajan and a couple of others will surely
be 'on the premises' but Waterville Dancer is a confi-
dent selection. Wonder what price we'll manage to get!
One reason why this race fell apart was because
once-raced Surrey Hope is declared instead for a
thirteen-runner 3-y-o Maiden Stakes over a mile of
Kempton polytrack tonight. Oisin Murphy is booked.
Surrey Hope also encouraged when sixth in a fast-
run race 138 days ago won by Rosarno; judged on that
effort this Lemon Drop Kid colt, a 66/1 outsider, is the
one to beat.
Joseph Tuite trains Surrey Hope, methinks he's been
in contact with Richard Hughes!
Middleham trainer, Micky Hammond, ended a long
losing run yesterday and fancies Becky The Thatcher
for the Mares' Novices' Hurdle over two miles of 'soft'
Hammond is extremely patient, as a jockey he was
Under: (Last Wednesday)
1 pm ................................... 16-7
4 pm .............................. ....2-30
PICK TWO SELECTIONS
LAST DRAW: TUESDAY
WHEN DE MARK BUSS Wednesday, March 8, 2017
26 6.30 pm
36 (Donkey) 6.30 pm
24 (Queen) 10.30 am
13 (Crapaud) 4 pm
32 (Shrimp) 1 pm
TODAY'S STAR BETS
29 (Opium Man)
18 (Water Boat)
Times played this year
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
02 OLD LADY
04 DEAD MAN
05PARSONMAN 1 3 4 2 10
15SICKWOMAN2 2 0 1
18WATERBOAT 4 1 2 2
Times played this year
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
27 LITTLESNAKE 0 4 0 2
28 RED FISH
29OPIUMMAN 2 1 0 2
30HOUSECAT 2 1 1 0
31PARSONWIFE1 3 2 5 11
34BLINDMAN 0 1 1 1
35 BIG SNAKE
Catterick, 12.20 Becky The Thatcher (e.w)
Lingfield, 12.30 Waterville Dancer (nap-e.w)
Kempton, 4.45 Surrey Hope (e.w).
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