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RESULTS from Day 2 (Friday) of the showjumping events at Poverty Bay A&P Show (riders from Gisborne unless otherwise stated) —
Dunstan Horsefeeds Amateur Rider Series 1.10m-1.20m AM5 Art: Tasha Hart (Hastings) Kiwi Windfall, 10.00, 1; Jo Bell (Atiamuri) Mauve, 8.00, 2; Trudi Mitchell (Frasertown) Cadbury, 6.00, 3; Lidy Loffler (Wairoa) Parafino, 4.00, 4.
Mainland Coachwork Junior Rider Series with equitation 1.15m: Leeshelle Small (Auckland) Dolce NZPH, 1; Dylan Bibby (Ongaonga) Wenrose Vertigo, 2; Annie Moffett (Napier) Samantha the Dachshund, 3; Madison House (Whakatane) CML Queen Castello, 4.
Harrison Lane Pro Amateur Series 1.20m-1.30m AM5 Art 238 2.2: Sally Clark (Dannevirke) Victorias Secret, 10.00, 1; Alannah Jackson (Cambridge) Capbella, 8.00, 2; Larina Dolman, Kiwi Lansing, 6.00, 3; Sam Whale (Cambridge) Adloo Annabelle, 4.00, 4.
Open Horse 1.20m AM5 Art 238.2.2: Lisa Coupe (Auckland) Waitangi Casella, 1; Samantha McIntosh (Rotorua) Takapoto Malarkey, 2; Robert Steele (Dannevirke) LT Holst Bernadette, 3; Logan Massie (Dannevirke) Florence, 4.
Matthews Hanoverians Seven-year-old Series 1.30m AM5 Art 238 2.2: Logan Massie (Dannevirke) Global PH Caretinjo, 1; Oliver Croucher (Rotorua) Casanova Xtreme 2; Sam Whale (Cambridge) Fleur DeLacour, 3.
FMG Young Rider 1.25m-1.35m AM5 Art 238 2.2: Sarah West (Te Aroha West) Oaks Centurian, 10.00, 1…
MIAMI: At LIV, one of the most glamorous, star-studded nightclubs in one of the world’s biggest party destinations, there’s a velvet-roped VIP area, and then there’s a secret VIP area. The parties at the club are so legendary they have inspired lyrics from Drake, Kanye West and Rick Ross. High rollers spend up to $20,000 just for a table.
Today, LIV sits quiet and empty a casualty not just of the coronavirus outbreak but of a power struggle between state and local government over how to contain the scourge.
On a recent Friday, the sleek black floors and curved silver snakeskin couches were a sad sight in the harsh light of day. A bottle of hand sanitizer rested on top of the DJ booth, where back in February a man shelled out $120,000 just to sit there during a performance by Cardi B.
The puppeteer behind the parties and arguably the king of South Beach’s nightlife scene, LIV owner David Grutman, stopped by a few months ago to look at new upholstery, but he mostly stays away from the club at the center of his hospitality empire.
I cried real tears, the 46-year-old Grutman said of his last visit to…