One. Calgary Stampede 2014 is closing to-night. The peculiarity of Calgary Stampede this year can be considered horses who are regarded as as high-performance athletes. So, it follows that there is a lot of specialized support available for them behind the scenes – help that wasn’t always there before.
Treatments these days include massage, horse yoga, reiki and acupuncture, says Stampede spokesperson Bonni Clark.
Not in vain the poster of 2014 Calgary Stampede contains the portrait of the horse.
To the left is the photo of one of the horses.
Two. Ron James gives a comedic ode on Season 4 season on CBC at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow, on Monday, July 14, 2014 at first segment “Ode to the Road”. James will attempt to find his “inner cowboy” while fucuses on the peculiarities of Calgary Stampede on its 100-th anniversary, a topic he has pontificated about before.
Three. Germany won the FIFA World Cup for the fourth time, to-day on Sunday, July 13, 2014. Having won the title in 1954, 1974 and 1999 as West Germany – this triumph makes them the first European team to lift the trophy in the Americas.
Four. Talking about the extremes of the weather here, in Calgary, it is mentioned in “Russia To-day” that on Saturday July 12, 2014 the residents of the cities of Chelyabinsk and Sverdlovsk, located in Russia’s easter Ural region, were taken aback when it suddenly started snowing in the middle of the summer. A downpour of giant hailstones was witnessed on the same day.
Five. A spectacular full moon, or “supermoon”, lit up the sky around the globe on Saturday looking bigger and brighter than usual, causing millions to crane their necks to see the phenomenon – the first of three such moons expected this summer.