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Dodge Grand Caravan Overview

12 ARALıK 2021
Dodge Grand Caravan Overview
2020 Dodge Grand Caravan Overview Is the 2020 Dodge Grand Caravan a Good Used Minivan? The 2020 Grand Caravan is not a very good used minivan. Though it has a powerful engine and convenient folding Stow' n Go seats, this Dodge lags rivals in most areas. It has a stiff ride, an outdated infotainment system, and a low-...

Dodge Grand Caravan incentives

12 ARALıK 2021
Dodge Grand Caravan incentives
You may consider the Dodge Grand Caravan if you're in the market for a new minivan. This model has been on the market since 1987 and continues to be one of the top-selling vehicles in the United States. This model seats up to seven passengers, making it an excellent choice for families with many needs. Howev...

Golden Sıxty Named Horse Of The Year At Hong Kong’s Champıon Awards

09 EKIM 2021
Golden Sıxty Named Horse Of The Year At Hong Kong’s Champıon Awards
Golden Sixty’s outstanding exploits during the 2020/21 season earned the multiple Group 1 victor the Hong Kong Horse of the Year award at a special presentation function held at Happy Valley Clubhouse tonight, Tuesday, 13 July. The Francis Lui-trained five-year-old was also named Champion Miler and Champion Midd...

North American 2021 Foal Crop Declines 3.3%

09 EKIM 2021
North American 2021 Foal Crop Declines 3.3%
The North American foal crop for 2021 slid another 3.3% to 19,201, declining to a level not seen since the mid-1960s, according to statistics released Oct. 8 by The Jockey Club. The Jockey Club reported 1,447 stallions covered 29,699 mares in North America during 2020, according to statistics compiled through Oct. 4 f...

Jokey Carlos Lugo Suspended for Failing to Persevere

09 EKIM 2021
Jokey Carlos Lugo Suspended for Failing to Persevere
Jokey Carlos Lugo mount fell back on the turn before passing two horses down the lane.

Different wicket a boost for Benaud's Champion chase

08 EKIM 2021
Different wicket a boost for Benaud's Champion chase
On face value four lengths is a sizeable margin to make up but trainer John O’Shea hasn’t given up on emerging three-year-old Benaud bridging the cap on compatriots Head Of State and Profondo in Saturday’s Group 1 feature at Randwick. Throwing a horse into a race like the $1m Moet & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes (2...