BREEDERS’ CUP SAFETY AND SECURITY BRIEFING TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30 AT SANTA ANITA PARKBreeders’ Cup Limited will conduct a security and safety briefing on the Equine procedures and protocols for the 2019 Breeders’ Cup World Championship on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at Santa Anita Park for credentialed media.WHAT: Breeders’ Cup World Championships Safety and Security BriefingWHEN: Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 11:00 a.m.WHERE: Baldwin Terrace Conference RoomThird Floor, West GrandstandSanta Anita Park285 West Huntington DriveArcadia, CaliforniaWHO: Craig Fravel, President and Chief Executive Officer, Breeders’ CupDora Delgado, Executive Vice President, Racing & Nominations, Breeders’CupDr. Debbie Lamparter, Veterinary Team Leader, Breeders’ CupDr. Dionne Benson, Chief Veterinary Officer, The Stronach GroupDr. Rick Arthur, Equine Medical Director, California Horse Racing BoardTim Grande, Chief Veterinarian, California Horse Racing BoardDr. William Farmer, Breeders’ Cup Out-of-Competition Veterinarian andAdvisorMichael “Mick” Peterson, Ph.D., Executive Director, Racing Surfaces Testing Laboratory & Professor of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, University of KentuckyMichael Prosser, Regional Head of Racing, East, Newmarket RacecoursePROGRAM TOPICS: Stressing the overall importance of the welfare and safety of the participants in this year’s World Championships, Breeders’ Cup and Santa Anita Park will lead a panel discussion on the following topics:-Expanded testing protocols-Strengthened onsite requirements-Increased medication restrictions-Ongoing racing surface maintenance and testing-Injury management and emergency response protocols***Directions to Santa Anita: Exit I-210 at Baldwin Avenue and go south. After approximately 7/10 of a mile, turn left just before the Westfield Mall, which is Gate 8 at Santa Anita Park. Bear left along the hedges (do not go straight into the main parking lot.) Pull up to the security gate and ask to be directed to Baldwin Terrace Conference Room.
The first piece of art won, and it’s an obvious homage to the box art of the original Doom from 1993. This was a good move on Bethesda’s part since the original cover art does nothing to capture the atmosphere of the game, let alone get people excited to play it.Doom will be released on May 13. When Doom releases in a couple of months, players won’t be going to hell alone. The game will have a multiplayer mode that will let users kill each other in brutally awesome ways. Bethesda Softworks released a brand new trailer for this mode, and it looks to be every bit as fun and over-the-top as the core game.In some ways, this trailer has the feel of arena games like Unreal Tournament, thanks to how fast the gameplay is. Details of the multiplayer are still sparse, but we do know the game will have both team and traditional deathmatches. As you can see from the trailer, players will have the ability to turn into demons and unleash carnage on their opponents. The whole thing looks like a blast.Those who purchased Wolfenstein: The New Order will be able to participate in Doom’s closed multiplayer beta. The beta will contain two maps: Heatwave and Infernal, with two different game modes: Team Deathmatch and Warpath. The beta starts on March 31 at 10pm Eastern to April 3. The beta will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.In other Doom news, players who are unhappy with the game’s bland-looking official box art will have the option of using the inner sleeve art to adorn their game. The Doom Twitter account created a poll that allowed players to choose between these two pieces of art: