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  • The World of Watches is a media franchise consisting of four novels, two films and a video game based on a fictional world created by Russian author Sergei Lukyanenko.

New York Watch: Does It Every Time

New York Watch: Does It Every Time

With an impressive surge in the final hundred yards, Does It Every Time broke her maiden in Aqueduct Racetrack’s second race on Sunday and is the first filly to be featured in the recently introduced “New York Watch” series.

After finishing second by a head at 8-1 odds in her debut on December 27 at Aqueduct, Does It Every Time, trained by Richard Dutrow, Jr., was sent off at 6/5 for her second start, a six-furlong sprint. The 3-year-old Malibu Moon filly broke very well and settled into third place, a few lengths behind Tranquil Song.

As the horses entered the stretch, Tranquil Song spurted away to a three-length lead with Does It Every Time in pursuit and the remaining five competitors fading quickly. But Does It Every Time found another gear, gradually closed the gap, and got up to win by a neck over her game rival. It was more than six lengths back to third place.

Ramon Dominguez, New York’s leading jockey, had the mount on the filly for the first time, and was very impressed.

“I felt I had a lot of horse the entire race,” Dominguez said. “Tranquil Song never really stopped, but I had enough horse where when I asked her, she switched leads and was able to win. She has a lot of talent and did everything really professionally.”

Dominguez added that while the filly was close to the early pace in today’s race, he believes that she will eventually become a runner that comes from further back in the pack.

Does It Every Time, bred and owned by Jay Em Ess Stable, is by Malibu Moon out of the Gone West mare Andtheliviniseasy. Similarly to Does It Every Time, Malibu Moon broke his maiden in his second start, a maiden race at Hollywood Park in 1999. Unfortunately, he was subsequently retired after a knee injury cut short his promising career. However, he has gone on to become a very successful stallion, with seven graded winners in 2009 including Devil May Care, winner of the Grade 1 Frizette, and Funny Moon, winner of the Grade 1 Coaching Club American Oaks.

Does It Every Time’s dam, Andtheliviniseasy, ran five times spanning 2004 and 2005 without a victory. However, her dam, Hedonist, won the Grade 1 Santa Anita Oaks in 1998. Does It Every Time is Andtheliviniseasy’s first foal to race. Andtheliviniseasy also has a 2-year-old colt by Officer and was bred to Heatseeker in 2010.

Dutrow’s assistant trainer, Juan Rodriguez, was confident that Does It Every Time would break her maiden in her second race.

“In her first start, she broke poorly and still almost won,” Rodriguez said. “She breezed very well up to the race today. She has a lot of heart and will try every time.”

Picture Series

Picture Series

This is a visualization of an internal strle with the process of learning. Personally, this strle can best be applied to the overwhelming (but much needed) task of plant species memorization. To begin, the photo on the left represents where I typically begin the learning process – cold memorization in an academic setting. The blurred black and white image of books with no visible titles or interesting details exemplifies the cold feeling of initial introduction to new knowledge. The hardback books in this photo are out of focus and uninviting. The next photo in the series is to the right and shows an escalation in both the elevation of the stairs as well as a sense of gaining ground in knowledge retention. The idea of allowing vegetation to grow between steps is an example of a concept called scale jump because it is a smaller version of vegetation growing on the foothills of barren mountains. Scale jump was first introduced to me in the classroom in a power point presentation and took me by surprise when I saw it for the first time away from an academic setting. This photo exemplifies an unexpected encounter with an idea that triggers a memorable situation. This is an important jump in the learning process because it is an association of classroom knowledge with real world experience and causes an elevation in the learning curve. The third photo in the series is saturated with color and adds a human element to the learning process. The bright image represents the most powerful step in memory retention where there is direct contact between the learner and the idea. The best way for me to remember a concept or plant species name is by interacting with it in a self-motivated manner – for example, potting a plant species and watching it grown to become familiar with a particular plant species.
This series of photos began as an escalating linear composition to represent a simple learning curve. It has been completed in a continuous circular shape because as I have learned, the learning process is continuous. Also, important to notice is that no photo is larger than another because a learner is not statically in one step of the process but rather is in many stages at different times for different pieces of knowledge. From this project I have learned to come to grips with the fact that I cannot learn everything and that learning takes patience. The best way to attain the greatest amount of knowledge is by patiently allowing the process to take place gradually.

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