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WEEK MONDAY AUGUST 5th TO SUNDAY AUGUST 11th
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unjust fraudulent 8 month punishment ban) You can watch a replay of the race, won by Prize Fighter, by visiting rwitc.com Since February 17th to date, over these last 6 months Martin Dwyer has been subjected to horrendous libel and slander banded about as set out in the ban punishments by the British Horseracing Authority and the Royal Western India Turf Club, also involving likely automatic reciprical bans from other horseracing countries.
CH4 Morning Line on Saturday showed this race live to viewers. As well as CH4 Tom Lee's value as a language interpreter moved mountains this day.
Monday August 19th 2013
DAVID'S CLOSING PARAGRAPH
ALL LIFE IS CHEAP TO THE BHA BULLIES IN THEIR THROW-AWAY CULTURE
"There is a real danger of a miscarriage of justice. " YES, every day the BHA are making shocking mistakes and getting away with every one. The question is how?
Barry Hills Biography[edit source | edit]
Barry Hills had three sons in his first marriage: John, Michael, and Richard. John is a horse trainer, and both Michael and Richard are jockeys. After his divorce, he married Penny Hills, and had two more sons, Charles and George. Charles is current trainer and George who provides Bloodstock Insurance in Lexington, Kentucky, USA.
A daughter of the immensely shrewd racehorse trainer, Joe Crowley, Frances Crowley was always likely to follow in her fathers footsteps. Before embarking on her current career as a trainer,Frances enjoyed a highly successful career as a jockey, riding a total of 71 winners. In fact,Frances was the first ever woman to be crowned Irish Champion Amateur Rider, a feat she achieved in both 1995 and 1996. Then, in 1998,Crowley made her conversion to the training ranks when taking over the stables that had been occupied by her sister, Anne Marie and her husband Aidan O’Brien, in Piltown, Co Kilkenny. So seamless was this transition that in her first year in her profession, she saddled no less than 42 winners which saw her finish third in the trainers’ championship.
Aidan Patrick O'Brien (born 16 October 1969 in County Wexford, Ireland) is an Irish horse racing trainer. Since 1996, he has been the private trainer at Ballydoyle Stables near Cashel in County Tipperary for John Magnier and his Coolmore Stud associates.
What would happen to the global sport of Cricket if the Cricket punters were allowed to change the rules of Cricket to suit themselves every day? How would the Cricketers know how to play? How are British jockeys expected to know how to ride competing in Britain? Or in other countries?