first_imgJOCKEY QUOTESFLAVIEN PRAT, WINNER:  “This is a good way to start off the New Year.  It’s nice to win a race like this for Peter.  We broke sharp and he was a little tough with me on the backside, but once I got him covered up, he dropped the bit and relaxed beautifully.  He’s a very consistent horse and at this distance, he’s really tough.”TRAINER QUOTESPETER MILLER, TEXAS WEDGE, WINNER: “When turf racing stopped in Kentucky, it was either turn him out or bring him home and we wanted to bring him home. That horse (Bay Muzik) has a lot of speed and he showed it.  My other horse Captain Scotty tracked him and I thought for a second he was going to win it but then Texas Wedge got jostled around, he broke super sharp and we didn’t want him that close. Flavien did a great job as always and got him to settle and made that run.” NOTES: The winning owners are Altamira Racing Stable, Rafter JR Ranch LLC, STD Racing Stable and Miller, A.last_img read more

Arson damages buildings west of Yacolt

first_imgDeputies arrested a woman Wednesday afternoon for allegedly setting fire to a shop and house west of Yacolt.Firefighters were called to the 15900 block of Northeast Gabriel Road at around 4:50 p.m. for a fire in a shop.Clark County Fire District 10 Chief Sam Arola said there was a metal shop burning next to a house.Firefighters arrived to see smoke coming from the shop eaves, he said. They went inside and were able to quickly douse the flames.As firefighters were working, Angie M. Ingram, 46, came out of the house and asked a deputy on scene whether firefighters were going to put out a fire in the house as well, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.The deputy then noticed smoke and flames through one of the house windows, then firefighters went to put out that fire as well.The sheriff’s office said Ingram admitted to setting both the house and shop on fire, although she gave no reason as to why.The sheriff’s office said she was arrested on suspicion of two counts of arson.No injuries were reported, and the Clark County Fire Marshal’s Office was still investigating Wednesday night.last_img read more