Red stakes are a lateral water hazard.
Red Bank Stakes was created in 1974.
Yes..thye only stakes that are not are out of bounds stakes.
Water hazard - yellow stakes, lateral hazard - red stakes and bunkers.
Correct! Red is marking a lateral hazard. Ball may be dropped within 2 club lengths of where it crossed the red stakes or if found, played from the hazard with no penalty.
In construction grade staking: blue tops (2x2x6 to 12 inch stakes) mark the level of finish grade; red tops (2x2x6 to 12 inch stakes) mark the level of sub-grade; the color comes from lumber crayons used by the surveyor to ID the stakes by colorizing stake tops;
Yellow is a water hazard. Red is a lateral hazard. White is out of bounds. The rules indicate how each of these should be dealt with.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! If you pull up your tent stakes, you're ready to leave. To up stakes meant to leave, usually suddenly.
To "up the stakes" means to increase the amount of risk. It's similar to "up the ante." You would say "we're going to up the stakes and go for the big money."
He won the triple crown. His real name was Big Red and his owner was Penny Chenrery. Triple Crown includes (Kentucky) Derby, Preakness, and the (Belmont) Stakes.
High Stakes part 2
Blue stakes on a golf course indicate "ground under repair". They may be blue with a green top which would indicate that an appropriate government agency has declared the area an "environmentally-sensitive area" and the local golf committee has declared it ground under repair to prevent play from it.
It means that you are playing with a lot of risk. High stakes usually stands for risk, for example, high stakes business is a business that makes many risky trades with other businesses