Saturday, 7 August 2010

WATCH CHANNEL4 THE MORNING LINE LIVE FROM 8AM to 9AM EVERY SATURDAY. TO ORGANISE YOUR AFTERNOONS' RACING ACTION.





THROUGH THE KEYHOLE THE CLUES ARE THERE. An interesting and entertaining program providing previews, key current news, review and updates, relevant to this afternoon’s C4 live action from Haydock Park, Newmarket and Redcar.


TODAYS RACES COVERED LIVE BY CHANNEL 4 TEAM ARE:

HAYDOCK Flat (Turf) 8 races £188k First race 1.50 – 5.45
C4 show 2.20. 2.50. 3.25.


NEWMARKET Flat (Turf) 7 races £119k First race 2.05 - 5.25
C4 show 2.05. 2.35. 3.10
2.35. The SWEET SOLERA STAKES 2 year olds 7f.


REDCAR Flat (Turf) 7 races £34k First Race 1.55 – 5.20
C4 show 3.40 Northgate Vehicle Hire Nursery (Class 3) 6f for Two Year Olds



TODAY’S C4 TOTE SCOOP6 Saturday’s TV Bet .
Pick all 6 winners today and Scoop over a million pounds.

TOTE SCOOP6 RACES TODAY ARE:
Leg 1 NEWMARKET 2.05
Leg 2 HAYDOCK 2.20.
Leg 3 NEWMARKET 2.35
Leg 4 HAYDOCK 2.50
Leg 5 NEWMARKET 3.10
Leg 6 HAYDOCK 3.25




C4 MORNING LINE HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:

LESLEY GRAHAM
Hostess Presenter Broadcaster/ Bloodhorse Illiterate


GUEST STAR PAUL FISHER
Bloodhorse Illiterate. Racecourse Operations Manager for the British Jockey Club who own 14 of the very best Racecourses in this country. Paul presented last Thursday Channel 4 ‘ Undercover Boss ’ Documentary.


In this documentary Paul went out to meet and to work with many of the people actually at work on racecourses, in all the varied and different departments that combine together to ensure that people who come racing enjoy a happy and entertaining day out at the races.



RIP OFF BRITAIN
All British politicians need now to serve the people living and working in this country in a similar way. To go out and meet the people whilst they are at work and to take a hand with them in doing the work. So as to be sure that any
and all poor practices are put to rights, and fast. All politicians will be needed to carry out this work not just the present parties elected, because this whole country and all the people in it have been neglected and ignored decade after decade, after decade by a political system well past its sell by date.



With British horseracing regulation and disciplinary governed by unbalanced parties who are Bloodhorse Illiterate. Parties who have no business to be in regulation or disciplinary in the first place.



JOHN (The Greatest Jockey) FRANCOME
‘Bloodhorse Literate’. Retired professional jump jockey horseman of the highest caliber. Form Specialist/Broadcaster/ Journalist/Author


EMMA (M’S ) SPENCER
‘Bloodhorse Literate’, Specialist/Broadcaster.


MIKE (CAT) CATTERMOLE
Specialist/Broadcaster. Bloodhorse Illiterate



TOM (SP) LEE
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/ Up to the minute on line betting stats. Bloodhorse Illiterate. Email Tom: racing@channel4.com


BARRY (BISMARK) DENNIS
Form Specialist/Bookmaker/ Over the phone Barry names the horse that he believes will not succeed in winning this afternoon. Bloodhorse Illiterate.



COUNTDOWN DATES FOR YOUR DIARY:

Yorkshire Ebor Festival
Tuesday 17th August Juddmonte International
Wednesday 18th August totesport Ebor
Thursday 19th August Darley Yorkshire Oaks and Ladies Day

https://www.yorkracecourse.co.uk/racing/fixtures/index.php




PAUSE FOR THOUGHT

The National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket has an exciting project in hand, for the development of a ‘World Class’ facility at Palace House Stables. Believed to be the oldest racing stable in the world.


With £5.5 million already pledged. Including £1m from the Suffolk County Council and £713,000 from Forest Heath District Council.


There is to be included a working stable yard with a 4 acres paddock for events involving live horses.


Work is well advanced on the planning side. With Chris Garibaldi to be the
Museum’s new director.

Christopher Garibaldi
http://us.macmillan.com/author/christophergaribaldi


Whether this will go far enough to bridge the gap and uphold the rights and needs of all true professional horsemen and horsewomen, the ‘Bloodhorse Literate’ to include Career Structures for the young ones. Poses the question does Christopher Garibaldi’s have these skills himself?


Perhaps Julie Cecil, and Lydia Pearce and others with key experience in this direction would be able to develop the facilities needed in this department to ensure that ‘Bloodhorse Literacy’ is both obtainable and sustainable ......



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