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High Performance Training Center (Thailand)

High Performance Training Center, is the Football Association of Thailand national football centre based in Bangkokthonburi University, Thawi Watthana, Thailand. It was launched by the Football Association of Thailand on 4 April 2017 with the aim of developing Thailand's most promising young footballers; the goal for Football Association of Thailand is to create an ideal football player from the youth level to gain and understanding of how to play in the truth way, have the mind, physical basis, the ability in high standard. Football Association of Thailand significant partnerships with three partner organizations include Ekkono Method Soccer Services, Bangkokthonburi University and Police General Hospital to take charge of the technique and create the concept of playing football in the style of Thailand's Way to the youth footballer along with sending coaches to oversee the four youth teams; the center was opened by Gianni Infantino, president of FIFA and Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, president of AFC on 28 November 2017.

The building in High Performance Training Center that located in Bangkokthonburi University has Technical office, Study room, 3 Training grounds, Medical Center, Fitness Center and Swimming pool. Football Association of Thailand Thailand national football team Nong Chok National Football Center

Hill 'n' Dale Farms

Hill'n' Dale Farms is a thoroughbred race horse breeding farm with operations in Canada and the United States. It was founded in 1960 in Aurora, Ontario in 1960 by John Sikura, Jr. who died in a car fire in 1994. The Canadian operation is now run by R. Glenn Sikura. Incorporated in the U. S. in 1987, the Hill'n' Dale Farms in Lexington, Kentucky is owned by John G. Sikura, another son of the Canadian founder who relocated from his native Ontario; the property now covers 950 acres of land on the site of the former North Ridge Farm. Hill'n' Dale has been, remains, the home of famous bloodstock. In February 2007, the 2002 United States Horse of the Year Azeri foaled a chestnut colt by 1992 United States Horse of the Year A. P. Indy at the farm. Other distinguished racing broodmares reside at the farm along with Azeri have included 1999 United States Champion 3-Yr-Old Filly Silverbulletday, 1991 Canadian Triple Crown champion Dance Smartly, Better Than Honour, dam of Belmont Stakes winners and Rags to Riches.

In 2007, Dance Smartly was moved to Sam-Son Farm in Ontario, where she was humanely euthanized after a paddock incident in August of that year. Hill'n' Dale in Lexington is the burial place of Seattle Slew, he is buried in the courtyard at the farm. Hill'n' Dale Farm's 2017 stallion roster includes- Atreides: A stakes winning son of Medaglia d'Oro, $5,000 Bayern: A Breeders' Cup Classic winning son of Offlee Wild, $15,000 Curlin: A two-time American Horse of the Year and son of Smart Strike, $150,000 Flashback: A graded stakes winning son of Tapit, $7,500 Flintshire: An Eclipse Award winning son of Dansili and earner of nearly $10 million, $20,000 Kantharos: A graded stakes winning son of Lion Heart, $15,000 Maclean's Music: A Beyer Speed Figure record setter and son of Distorted Humor, $8,500 Midnight Lute: A two-time Breeders' Cup Sprint winner and son of Real Quiet, $20,000 New Year's Day: A Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner and son of Street Cry, $3,500 Power Broker: A graded stakes winning son of Pulpit, $3,500 Secret Circle: A two-time Breeders' Cup winner and son of Eddington, $5,000 Stormy Atlantic: A stakes winning son of Storm Cat, $15,000 Violence: A graded stakes winning son of Medaglia d'Oro, $15,000 Hill'n' Dale Farms, Ontario Hill'n' Dale Farms, Kentucky