Saturday, 4 December 2010

C4 THE MORNING LINE KEMPTON AND SOUTHWELL ALL WEATHER RACING TODAY


SNOW, SNOW AND EVEN MORE SNOW, NATIONWIDE, COMPARABLE TO 1963/65

SANDOWN LOST DUE TO WEATHER. ALL WEATHER TRACKS SAVE THE DAY

KEMPTON PARK AND SOUTHWELL FLAT MEETINGS TO GO AHEAD.


THROUGH THE KEYHOLE THE CLUES ARE THERE LET THE  C4 MORNING LINE TEAM HELP YOU TO ORGANISE YOUR AFTERNOONS' RACING ACTION.
VERY SATURDAY 8AM TO 9AM.
An interesting and entertaining program providing previews, key current news, reviews and updates,
relevant to this afternoon’s C4 live action from Kempton Park and Southwell.


KEMPTON PARK FLAT (Standard) (Pollytrack) 6 races £32 k First race 2.05 - 4.40
C4 show live:
2.05 williamhill.com Maiden Two Year Old Fillies’ Stakes (Class 5) 6f

2.40 At mobile.williamhill.com Handicap (Class 5) 1m3f

3.10 williamhill.com Handicap (Class 4) 1m

3.40 William Hill Handicap (Class 2) 7f



SOUTHWELL FLAT (Standard to slow) (Fibresand) 7 races £43k First Race 12.20 – 3-35
C4 show live:
2.25 toteexacta Two Year Old Nursery (Class 4) 5f 

2.55 totepool Handicap (AW) (Class 2) 6f

3.25 Bet totepool Handicap (Class 3) 1m 3f


TODAY’S C4 TOTESCOOP6 SATURDAY’S BIG TV BET.

http://scoop6.tote-betting.net/tote-scoop6-dividends.php?d=2010-10-23

The Tote Scoop6 is the main totepool bet each Saturday and you will need to find the winner of each of these horse racing fixtures to bag the Scoop6 jackpot. The Minimum bet is £2 and you can place your tote scoop6 bets online with totesport and it is very simple to set up an account and place your bets. We also have the scoop6 races highlighted right here on this site.


So it's a Saturday morning and you have just watched the Morning Line on Channel 4 or you have picked up the morning paper and you have noticed that there is a big Scoop6 fund to play for that afternoon, so here we are you have just done your first Google search today and your about to enter into the fun of placing a scoop6 bet because a half million quid would come in handy for that new house, car and holiday.


Tote Scoop6 Races - Saturday, 4th December 2010
http://www.scoopsix.co.uk/home-page-200?gclid=CNH8rdWb0qUCFYIe4QodBwiXjg 

Tote Scoop6 Betting Result 27th November 2010
Scoop6 Win Fund Total £66,777
Scoop6 Place Fund Total £38,159
Scoop6 Bonus Fund Total £28,618


TOTE SCOOP6 RACES TODAY ARE:

Leg 1. 2.25 SOUTHWELL 5f

Leg 2. 2.40 KEMPTON 1m3f

Leg 3. 2.55 SOUTHWELL 6f

Leg 4. 3.10 KEMPTON 1m

Leg 5. 3.25 SOUTHWELL 1m3f

Leg 6. 3.40 KEMPTON 7f

TODAY’S COMBINED WIN AND BONUS FUND ROLLOVERS
The Tote Scoop6 is the main totepool bet each Saturday and you will need to find the winner of each of these horse racing fixtures to bag the Scoop6 jackpot. The Minimum bet is £2 and you can place your tote scoop6 bets online with totesport and it is very simple to set up an account and place your bets. We also have the scoop6 races highlighted right here on this site.




C4 MORNING LINE HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:

NICK (Lord Snooty) LUCK. http://www.123people.co.uk/s/nick+luck
Host presenter, specialist broadcaster. Bloodhorse Illiterate.
Nick has been broadcasting on horseracing since 2002 . He was named Racing Broadcaster of the Year 2007.

GUESS STAR. GEOFF BANKS BOOKMAKER http://www.geoff-banks.com/
An interesting angle portrayed here Geoff Banks, over 25 years experience in formulating betting markets to suit my clients, and in running the leading UK private client telephone betting service, to include a portfolio of rails positions at the UK's finest racetracks, including Ascot, Cheltenham, Goodwood, York, and Newmarket.

Geoff Banks, the country’s leading independent private client Bookmaker. Our new website is constantly updated with the very best and most entertaining markets every day! You can login and view your account online, or perhaps change your details. Our telephone betting service ethos is to deliver a confidential, friendly service with the emphasis on our customers being treated as a valued client and friend. Betting should be fun and we hope you enjoy betting with us! http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/geoff-banks/1b/1a2/266



ALASTAIR DOWN. PRESENTER BROADCASTER JOURNALIST
Bloodhorse Illiterate The Racing Forum. Your Horse Racing Community.The Racing Forum has been a home to passionate debate and intelligent discussion for horse racing enthusiasts since 2000. The membership has grown steadily, and we are now the largest forum of our kind in the world. Despite the growth, the loyalty and effort of our members make this the friendliest and most informative place for horse racing fans. http://www.theracingforum.co.uk/horse-racing-forum/horse-racing/alastair-down-t70543-15.html



SIMON HOLT http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Holt_(commentator)
Commentator/Broadcaster/ Specialist, Presenter, Bloodhorse Illiterate.



TOM (Tipbits) LEE http://tips.betting-directory.com/about-tom-lee/
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/ Up to the minute on line betting stats. Bloodhorse Illiterate.
Email Tom: racing@channel4.com



JOHN (Greatest Jockey) FRANCOME
BLOODHORSE LITERATE. A lifetimes experience to date, shared with the greatest professional horsemen and the greatest professional racehorses. Please see ‘Pause for Thought’ herewith.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/John-Francome/e/B001H6GYLU/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0
http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=john+francome+autobiography&tag=googhydr-21&index=stripbooks&hvadid=4795221559&ref=pd_sl_90p7j5pdbw_b



BARRY (BISMARK) DENNIS. BOARD BOOKMAKER
Barry gives his Saturday ‘Bismark ‘ A runner that he believes will not win today.
Form Specialist/Bookmaker. Bloodhorse Illiterate.
http://www.barrydennis.co.uk/index2.php




PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
THE RACING POST PAGE 8 FRIDAY 3rd DECEMBER 2010 JULIAN MUSCAT meets the former seven- time champion jumps jockey JOHN FRANCOME who talks candidly about his career and the state of racing today.‘I never wanted to be a jockey- it was a means to an end for me.’


John Randall assesses the achievements of a rider who broke the mould. ‘He wins on first ride.' The Sporting Life reported 17-year-old Francome’s first success aboard hurdler MULTIGREY at Worcester in 1970.


“Francome, a Swindon builder’s son, was already attached to Fred Winter’s Lambourn yard and he stayed there for the whole 15 years of his career riding, becoming champion jockey seven times and winning 1,138 races over jumps in Britain – both of which were records at the time.” Francome’s fascinating history unfolds highlighting top professional horsemen from the past, and the wonderful horses that made them the greatest.


Jim McGrath Channel 4 Racing colleague “John has worked for Channel 4 since 1985 and I knew him a bit before then, but in the last 25 years he has become a good friend . Sometimes he is like a big brother, but at other times he reverts to his riding days and he becomes an annoying little nephew . He has got no aura about his achievements – he was a great showjumper as well as a jockey. The thing that marks him as a great person is that he is your friend there is nothing he won’t do for you. He is good fun, but sensible and intelligent as well. I could not speak highly enough of him.”

Francome on Terrestrial television: “Keeping racing on television is vital, but without Sheikh Mohammed the people running racing would have let it disappear. It should be the first thing they set aside when they get their levy money.”

Francome on Racing and bookmakers: “Racing is like a kid on an allowance. Bookmakers hand over £60 million, £100m every year and racing does nothing with it. Why doesn’t racing have its own chain of betting shops? I read that if racing buys the Tote they’d sell off the betting shops, and I think, “Who the hell are these people?” Its scary.”


PEOPLE SKILLS IN THEORY AND IN PRACTICE TAKEN FOR GRANTED BY BLOODHORSE ILLITERATE PARTIES, WITHIN GOVERNMENTS ... WITHIN BRITISH HORSERACING AUTHORITY REGULATORS AND WITHIN RACECOURSE MANAGEMENT .... WHY?





LOCHSONG AND SCULLY ARROWSMITH KINGSCLERE




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