Thursday, 26 December 2013

CH 4 HORSERACING TEAM BRING US LIVE RACING FROM KEMPTON PARK THIS AFTERNOON START: 1.05pm RACES" 1.25. 2.00. 2.35. 3.10 PLUS WETHERBY AT 1.40..

 
BOXING DAY THURSDAY DECEMBER 26th

CH4 LIVE FROM KEMPTON PARK START 1.05pm
http://www.channel4.com/programmes/channel-4-racing/4od


Feature Race   
3:10 KEMWilliam Hill King George VI Chase (Grade 1) Cl1 3m CH4


 
A Christmas baby a warm welcome to another Hannon
Richard Hannon jnr and his wife Jemima have a double reason to celebrate today as their son was born this morning. 19 hours ago
 


REVIEW YESTERDAY'S KING GEORGE
King George VI Chase: Silviniaco Conti lands Kempton win

Silviniaco Conti finished strongest to give trainer Paul Nicholls an eighth win in the King George VI Chase at Kempton ahead of favourite Cue Card.

The top two had pulled away from the rest of the field and when Cue Card jumped the second last ahead he looked set for victory.

WINNING TEAM (Paul) NICHOLLS
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/horse-racing/25499117   

JUMPS TRAINER TEAMS CHAMPIONSHIP SCORES
TEAM (Paul) NICHOLLS (GB) 
Prize-money £1,254,763
Best title odds 6-4

TEAM (Jonjo) O'Neall (GB)
Prize-money £884 539,
Best title odds 25-1

TEAM (Nicky) HENDERSON GB)
Prize-money £873,494
Best title odds 8-11


 
TEAM (Willie) MULLINS (IRE)
Prize-money £
Best title odds



RACING POST 2013
WEEK MONDAY DECEMBER 23rd TO SUNDAY DECEMBER 29th
http://www.racingpost.com/news/live.sd
Ch4 Racing Channel
http://racing.channel4.com/
http://www.channel4.com/programmes/channel-4-racing/
Beat that Drum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slb3EqGZMEY
Turfcall Equus Zone
http://www.turfcall.co.uk
http://www.turfcall.co.uk/montypage.htm 
 
REVIEW YESTERDAY'S EQUUS  RESULTS
http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/results/home.sd?r_date=2013-12-23 
PREVIEW TODAY'S EQUUS CARDS 
http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/cards/home.sd
http://www.racingpost.com/news/live.sd

EQUUS BIG RACE ENTRIES
http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/cards/big_races.sd  
 
My mistake there was a Morning Line 
a lovely Christmas one hope you didn't miss it as well.
Sadly no CH4 Morning Line Preview this morning but will be back as usual on Saturday December 28th 8am to 9am  
 

Equus Present Today's Horse Racing Cards 

http://www.racingpost.com/news/live.sd   

Feature Race
  3:10
 

EQUUS RACES SHOWN ON TERRESTRIAL TV

 
 
 






 

EQUUS PRESENT WORLDWIDE STAKES RACES

KEMPTON RUK

GOING: SOFT (GoingStick: Chase 5.0, Hurdle 4.8) (6yds of fresh ground on both courses; all distances as advertised). (Morning fog, afternoon sun)
 
Wetherby Result
26 Dec 2013
« 1:45 » William Hill Rowland Meyrick Handicap Chase (Grade 3)
(Class 1) (4yo+) 3m1f Soft 18 fences
£22,887.20, £8,655.20, £4,387.20, £2,239.20, £1,179.20
 

Can  AURORAS ENCORE do it again?
 THE GRAND NATIONAL 2013
The 2013 John Smith's Grand National - winning quotes from owner, trainer and jockey
AURORAS SPRING 66/1 SURPRISE
 
Sue Smith on training Auroras Encore to win the Grand National 2013. Can she do it again with Auroras Encore  in 2014?
Auroras Encore in training
 
Auroras Encore

LEOPARDSTOWN (IRE) ATR

GOING: SOFT. (Light rain, windy)
 



 
J Margaret Clarke Turfcall Comment
 
BOXING DAY DECEMBER 26th 2013
 
Feature Race
 
Presented by the British Jumps Turf Horseracing Equus Zone since 1937 both in theory and in practice by the true British Equus Zone Top Professional Horsemen of the highest calibre prepare and challenge for this steeplechase every Boxing Day.
 
British Political, Horseracing and Legal government refuse to recognise that the heart of horseracing is the Equus Zone.  Government's financial greed  left ongoing over the last 76 years cashing in big time each and every year through their own financial greed, a financial rip off  involving billions of people, to include the horses .
 
These governments have found that they can cash in for themselves big time by refusing to recognizing there is a true Equus Zone that belongs in Britain. Believing they can run British Horseracing without an Equus Zone.
 
There wouldn't be much going on at Kempton Park this afternoon without the British Equus Zone. That's for sure.
 
British Political, Horseracing and Legal government found to be practicing theft and deception on a massive scale
 
 
Government's rip off "Lip Service" stating that we in Britain have a
multi - billion pound British Horseracing Industry.  Run as a charity.  Without an Equus Zone.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Presented by Equus: Historic Reference King George V1 Chase
 
The King George VI Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt chase in Great Britain which is open to horses aged four years or older. It is run at Kempton Park over a distance of about 3 miles (4,828 metres), and during its running there are eighteen fences to be jumped. The race is scheduled to take place each year, usually on 26 December, and features as part of the William Hill Winter Festival.
The event was first run in February 1937, and it was named in honour of the new British monarch, King George VI. It was only run twice before World War II, during which Kempton Park was closed for racing and used as a prisoner-of-war camp. The two pre-war runnings were each contested by four horses. The winner of the first, Southern Hero, remains the race's oldest ever winner. After the war the racecourse re-opened, and the event returned in 1947 on a new date – Boxing Day.
The King George VI Chase is now the second most prestigious chase in England, surpassed only by the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Thirteen horses have won it more than once, Desert Orchid has won it four times and Kauto Star has won it five times.
 
 
 
 
Equus Zone King George VI Chase
1963
6
 
1964
9
 
1965
8
 
1966
9
 
1967
no race 1967–68 [3]
 
 
 
 
1969
7
 
1970
no race 1970 [4]
 
 
 
 
1971
8
 
1972
7
 
1973
8
 
1974
7
 
1975
8
 
1976
9
 
1977
7
 
1978
7
 
1979
7
 
1980
8
 
1981
no race 1981 [5]
 
 
 
 
1982
7
 
1983
8
 
1984
8
 
1985
10
 
1986
7
 
1987
8
 
1988
9
 
1989
10
 
1990
11
 
1991
6
 
1992
7
 
1993
7
 
1994
6
 
1995
8
 
1996
8
 
1997
7
 
1998
9
 
1999
9
 
2000
7
 
2001
9
 
2002
7
 
2003
11
 
2004
6
 
2005
7
 
2006
6
 
2007
7
 
2008
8
 
2009
9
 
2010
6
 
2011
11
 
2012
7
 

 
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Grade 1 race
King George VI Chase
 
Location
Inaugurated
1937
Race type
Sponsor
Website
Race information
Distance
3 miles (4,828 metres)
Surface
Turf
Track
Right-handed
Qualification
Four-years-old and up
Weight
11 st 3 lb (4yo);
11 st 10 lb (5yo+)

Allowances
7 lb for fillies and mares
Purse
£200,000 (2013)
1st: £113,900

 
 
 


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