JATH


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JATHJournalists Action on Tobacco and Health (Nigeria)
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Oil exploration and exploitation in the oilfields of Mala and Thar Jath pose serious threats to human beings, livestock and the environment," Klaus Stieglitz told AFP .
Increased amounts from Thar Jath are bound to affect the quality of the Nile Blend.
The race replaces the Glasgow Stakes, scrapped due to lack of runners, but itself has attracted only a field of five - of which Jath may be scratched if the ground dries out - after the distance was cut from a mile to seven furlongs due to the soft ground, a change that won't necessarily suit Aldora.
FOR Jath read shock, the filly, for the second time in her life, providing the surprise result of the day when she ran out the 66-1 winner of the conditions event over a mile and a quarter.
Neil Callan was another jockey to enjoy a double, at odds of 17-1, when Jath and Sendintank obliged.
THE name may have an Arabic ring about it, but a dream success for Jath in today's 1,000 Guineas would have its roots firmly in Essex, writes Tony Elves.