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This is a must have DVD for any Dylan Thomas fan and lover of great literature.
Though Dylan Thomas didn't blossom until he tackled 1m2f to 1m4f at three to four - during which time he won six Group 1s over those distances - he was no slouch at two, winning on his debut over 7f in the June and a competitive renewal of the Irish Breeders Foal Levy Stakes.
As Dylan Thomas continued to slide, Scorpion, winner of Epsom's Coronation Cup on yielding ground last month, was backed into 3.
Catherine Zeta Jones with her son Dylan, who shares his name with Dylan Thomas, who is the figurehead of a new literary prize supported by Catherine
Geoff Haden, chairman of the Dylan Thomas Society, who runs the Dylan Thomas Birthplace, said: "Gordon was a lovely gentle person with an impish sense of humour which he maintained until the last.
30pm, Powis Hall: A |Tribute to Dylan Thomas in verse and song - A song recital by soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, with readings by crowned bard Ifor ap Glyn from 'My Friend Dylan Thomas.
Cllr Nick Bradley, Swansea Council's Cabinet Member for Regeneration, said: "This is a major coup for Swansea at a time when the Dylan Thomas 2014 Festival, to mark the centenary of his birth, is ongoing.
O'Brien was at Sha Tin to watch both Dylan Thomas and Excellent Art perform fast work in preparation for this weekend's Cathay Pacific International meeting, and he said of Dylan Thomas: "We know just how good he is on his good days and he seems to be in fine form now, but he has had a long, hard season.
While Michael Kinane will partner most of Aidan O'Brien's main contenders at Royal Ascot, including George Washington, Yeats, Scorpion, Henrythenavigator and Warsaw, Christophe Soumillon is expected to partner Dylan Thomas on Wednesday.
Geoff Haden, who runs the Dylan Thomas birthplace attraction in Swansea's Cwmdonkin Drive, was annoyed the plaque had not been affixed to a postbox there from where Dylan sent many letters.
The MP said: "Although he achieved significant international acclaim, Dylan Thomas was, first and foremost, a Welshman.
The new book version, which will also be available as an Internet app from the Welsh Government and The British Council, is part of the worldwide Dylan Thomas Centenary celebrations, DT100.