The pace was decent enough for this kind of ground. I think they just tired the last part of it and he dashed up the rail and done it very wellUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 23, 2010
There are many good races around the world and he would go in any one of themUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 10, 2009
I'm sure the owner will have an answer for me tomorrow or the next dayUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Oct 11, 2010
If you put him in striking range too soon, he is going to go too early and it takes him out of his gameUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 15, 2011
The winner had first run on us and you have to give him credit, we were second best todayUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 15, 2011
Gio Ponti (18 November 1891, Milan - 16 September 1979, Milan) was one of the most important Italian architects, industrial designers, furniture designers, artists, and publishers of the twentieth century.
Ponti's parents were Enrico Ponti and Giovanna Rigone. He did military service during World War I in the Pontonier Corps with the rank of captain, from 1916 to 1918, receiving the Bronze Medal and the Italian Military Cross.
Gio Ponti graduated with a degree in Architecture in 1921 from the Politecnico di Milano University. Also in 1921, he married Giulia Vimercati; they eventually would have four children and eight grandchildren.