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Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
MINISTRY OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME (REAP)
REGISTRATION OF SERVICE PROVIDERS (LICENSED ELECTRICIANS)
e Ministry of Public Utilities is seeking Licensed Electricians to be part of a pool of house-wiring
contractors. Electricians will be required to carry out house-wiring projects in low income households
in Trinidad and Tobago.
TARGET GROUP: Licensed Electricians, Small or community-based contractors.
I. Registration forms can be obtained at the Ministry of Public Utilities Head O ce,
#1 Alexandra Street St. Clair Trinidad or downloaded from the Ministry's website at
II. Completed Registration forms must be accompanied by photocopies of the following
Completed Application Form
Valid Wireman's License
Valid National Identi cation of person(s) authorized to conduct business
Certi cate of Good Character of Licensed Electrician (no more than 6 months old)
Curriculum Vitae including work experience
Letter of Recommendation
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III. Completed registration forms must be enclosed in an envelope clearly marked 'Registration
for Service Providers (Licensed Electricians)' and addressed to:
e Permanent Secretary
Attention: Senior Project Manager
e Residential Electri cation Assistance Programme
Ministry of Public Utilities
#1 Alexandra Street, St. Clair, Port of Spain.
IV. Licensed Electricians who have previously worked with the Residential Electri cation
Assistance Programme (REAP) must re-register. Small or community-based contractors can
For additional information please contact
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REGISTRATION CLOSES on July 13, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
All about 'Love' at Ponte
Love Conquers everything and, hopefully, that
will prove to be the outcome of a seven-runner
3-y-o Maiden Stakes over ten furlongs of 'good
to firm' Pontefract today, when there are also
turf-flat fixtures scheduled for Brighton, Wol-
verhampton tapeta, and jumps at Uttoxeter, where
it will packed to the rafters with caravanning hol-
For a golden period in the 1980's we travelled ex-
tensively to race-
course venues all
over England in
only was it cost
effective but Eng-
land looked abso-
especially in the
for 'caravanners' and gave me an opportunity to walk the
courses, a vital edge was gained with such preparation.
Nowadays roads are chocker-block and I'm too old to
bother with endless, pointless traffic jams; closure of
so many railways was a huge mistake and the proposed
high speed rail (HSR) is ludicrous given a top speed of
more than 250 mph.
England is too small for such magnitude and an es-
timated FIFTY BILLION-plus should be invested in
more worthwhile projects in this fiercely over-pop-
Our immediate investment will be Love Conquers,
clear 'best-in' and an 'urgent' for trainer Ralph Beckett
who will be desperate to gain 'winning brackets' for
this well-bred filly, which gets a significant 5lbs sex
allowance that equates to more than two lengths.
You can bet Love Conquers will win and be imme-
diately ear-marked for stud purposes.
Glittering Jewel is a 'penalty-kick, without a goal-
ie' in a seven-runner Maiden Fillies' Stakes over an
extended nine furlongs of Dunstall Park; I've tried to
find a danger and a big-priced each-way alternative,
there isn't one!
Susan Corbett-trained Ahead Of the Curve, win-
ner of a point-to-point, is expected to go close under
23-year-old son, James, in a Maiden Hurdle over two
and three-quarter miles; apparently this five-year-old
jumped a little too big over hurdles at Hexham twen-
ty-four days ago but has attacked obstacles in more
streamlined fashion since. What beats him will win!
Incidentally James has notched seventeen winners
and I'll be monitoring him closely.
Husbands wins fourth Bison City stakes
TORONTO, CANADA---Barbadian riding star Pat-
rick Husbands clinched his second added-money
win in as many days when he made all the running
aboard Enstone to upset the field in the CAN$225
000 Bison City Stakes at Woodbine on Sunday.
Going off at odds of 8/5 in the mile and sixteenth
trip, Husbands hardly put a foot wrong with the bay
filly as they trounced the three-year-olds to get home
by a length in a time of one minute, 44.88 seconds. .
For veteran Husbands, the triumph was his fourth
in the second leg of Canada's Triple Tiara but his first
since 2007 when he won with the peerless Sealy Hill.
Husbands sent Enstone to the front from the break,
producing easy fractions of 25.50 seconds for the quar-
ter mile and 50.17 for the half mile, with favourite
Mythical Mission glued to their flanks from second.
At the top of the stretch, Husbands kicked the filly
on with Mythical Mission in hot pursuit but Enstone
held firm to reach the wire with considerable ease.
The victory was one of three wins on the 10-race
card as the seven-time Woodbine champion collected
his second triple also in as many days.
He had earlier opened his account in race six with
18-1 outsider Eskiminzin when he carried the colt to a
narrow win over the two-year-old maidens.
Going five furlongs, Husbands raced Eskiminzin
mid-pack before producing a furious stretch rally to
overhaul pace-setter Water Polo and win by a neck.
Husbands then brought the curtain down on the
programme when he combined with favourite Seattle
Affair to beat the three-year-old and upward maidens
by 1-1/4 lengths, in a mile trip. (CMC)
Under: (Last Tuesday)
10.30 am........................ 19-35
1 pm ............................... 24-29
4 pm ................... .............22-19
6.30 pm............ .................22-2
PICK TWO SELECTIONS
2-9-13-15-18 Mx: 3
20 (Dog) 10.30 am
13 (Crapaud) 4 pm
5 (Parson Man) 6.30 pm
TODAY'S STAR BETS
5 (Parson Man)
27 (Little Snake)
LAST DRAW: MONDAY
WHEN DE MARK BUSS TUESDAY, JULY 11, 2017
14 (Money) 1 pm
Times played this year
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
02 OLD LADY
04 DEAD MAN
05PARSONMAN 3 7 8 4 22
15SICKWOMAN3 6 2 2 13
18WATERBOAT 7 5 5 4 21
Times played this year
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
27 LITTLESNAKE 4 7 1 5 17
28 RED FISH
29OPIUMMAN 5 6 2 6 19
30HOUSECAT 5 4 5 0 14
31PARSONWIFE4 64 6 20
34 BLIND MAN
35 BIG SNAKE
18 (Water Boat)
35 (Big Snake)
15 (Sick Woman)
Pontefract, 1.10 Love Conquers
•Wolverhampton, 1.55 Glit-
tering Jewel• Uttoxeter, 4.05
Ahead Of The Curve (e.w).
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