Saturday, 30 October 2010

CHANNEL 4 MORNING LINE HAVE PLENTY TO BRING US TO LOOK FORWARD TO OVER THESE WINTER MONTHS SO KEEP WATCHING



LET THE MORNING LINE TEAM HELP YOU 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 Newmarket, Wetherby and Ascot.


NEWMARKET Flat (Turf) 8 races £142k First race 12.50 - 4.55
C4 show live 2.00. 2.35 Ben Marshall Stakes (Listed Race) (Class 1) 1m. and 3.10 Montrose
2 yo Fillies’ Stakes 1m.


ASCOT Jumps 7 races £190k First race 1.50 - 5.25.
3.40 United House Gold Cup Handicap Chase (Listed) (Class 1) 3m


WETHERBY Jumps 7 races £191k First race 1.40– 5.10
C4 show live: 2.15. 2.50 John Smiths Hurdle(Grade 2) (Class 1) and 3.25 Charlie Hall Chase (Grade 2) (Class 1) 3m1f.


LEE MOTTERSHEAD FOR THE RACING POST TODAY: “ THE BIG TALKING POINT
“CHARLIE HALL CHASE the first shot in long battle and the first key clash between Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls.

“IN MORE ways than one today marks the start of things to come . From now until the end of April 2011, almost every Saturday will bring the anticipation, thrills and spills of jumps action.

And in the 3.25 Bet365 Charlie Hall Chase, one of today’s two £100,000 highlights, Wetherby plays host to a theme sure to run through the season – a battle between Nick Henderson and Paul Nicholls.


TODAY’S C4 TOTESCOOP6 SATURDAY’S BIG TV BET.
http://scoop6.tote-betting.net/tote-scoop6-dividends.php?d=2010-10-23

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, 23rd October 2010
Scoop6 Win Fund Total : £29,102.90   14 winners.
Scoop6 Place Fund Total : £100,011
Dividend £51.00 with 1961 winners
Scoop6 Bonus Fund Total : £1,119,788

Not Won, 14 to go for this jackpot today Saturday 30 October
TOTE SCOOP6 RACES TODAY ARE:
Leg 1 2.00 NEWMARKET
Leg 2 2.35 NEWMARKET Ben Marshall Stakes (Listed Race) (Class 1) 1m.
Leg 3 2.50 WETHERBY John Smiths Hurdle(Grade 2) (Class 1)
Leg 4 3.10 NEWMARKET Montrose 2 yo Fillies’ Stakes 1m.
Leg 5 3.25 WETHERBY Charlie Hall Chase (Grade 2) (Class 1) 3m1f.
Leg 6 3.40 ASCOT United House Gold Cup Handicap Chase (Listed) (Class 1)

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
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 BARRY GERAGHTY   
Bloodhorse Literate, a professional jump jockey. Up there with the very best of horsemen that this world has seen. The horsemanship skills of jump jockeys differ considerably from jockeys who ride on the flat. To compete chasing, and over hurdles is far more dangerous than Flat Racing.    


Barry was born on 16 September 1979 in County Meath, Ireland. Riding his first winner in January 1997. three years later he became the Irish Champion jump jockey for the first time. On the 2 November 2009 he rode his 1000th winner under National Hunt Rules in Uk and Ireland when the Nicky Henderson trained Duc De Regniere won at Kempton. He won the Grand National in 2003 on Monty's Pass. Also that year he won five races at the Cheltenham Festival, including the Queen Mother Champion Chase on Moscow Flyer, he repeated that win in the 2005 Cheltenham Festival, also winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup on Kicking King for trainer Tom Taaffe.

In 2009 he won the Champion Hurdle on Punjabi[3] the Arkle Challenge Trophy on Forpadydeplasterer and Triumph Hurdle on Zaynar. In winning the Champion Hurdle he became the first jockey to have won the big four races at cheltenham (Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, Stayers Hurdle, Gold Cup) and The English Grand National.

Barry has 4 rides at Wetherby this afternoon, he partners BARBERS SHOP 8-11-0 trainer Nick Henderson for The Queen in the 3.25 Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby. Winner £57,-010. Can Barry and Barber Shop score for the Queen?   http://www.barrygeraghty.co.uk/


EMMA SPENCER
Bloodhorse literate. TV Specialist Presenter Broadcaster
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtkgHWcLOXI

STEWART MACHIN
Specialist, Presenter, Commentator/Broadcaster/ Bloodhorse Illiterate.


TANYA STEVENSON
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/ Up to the minute on line betting stats. Bloodhorse Illiterate. Email Tanya: racing@channel4.com

Tanya's Blog - 29th October 2010 Hankies and tissues at the ready, Mister McGoldrick is back so it must be Wetherby. The ‘Old Boy’ now thirteen is to carry top weight. He has won eight of his twelve races at the course and I hear that he is better than ever. Adored by a nation we’ll all be crowding round our Racing UK screens at 3.20 to give him a cheer.

Paddy Mullins bequest the world of racing, his genius, his knowledge and a truly wonderful family. Peter O’Sullevan’s commentary of Dawn Run’s Cheltenham Gold Cup victory forever echoes in our hearts, I was lucky enough to be at the great racecourse to witness both her Champion Hurdle and Gold Cup. Her success was due to the tender care and wisdom of her trainer. Paddy Mullins was respected by all, he was a legend, condolences to is family and all who knew him well.


DEREK (Tommo) THOMPSON
‘Bloodhorse Literate’ Form Specialist/ Presenter/ Broadcaster. http://www.tommoracing.com/


JIM McGRATH Indipendent Director British Horseracing Authority. BHA.
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/Commentator. ‘Bloodhorse Illiterate’

Jim McGrath was Managing Director of the Timeform Organisation, which he joined after leaving school in 1974, until 2009. A member of the Channel 4 Racing team, he has worked regularly on racing television since 1981. He was a member of the British Horseracing Board’s Jump Racing Advisory Panel from 1993 until mid-2004 and also in 2004 he stepped down after a lengthy spell as a member of the Horserace Writers and Photographers’ Association Committee. He is a successful breeder and owner with current interests in horses in training with Sylvester Kirk, Jamie Osborne and Jonjo O’Neill.



BARRY (BISMARK) DENNIS
Barry gives his Saturday ‘Bismark ‘ A runner that he believes will not win today.
Form Specialist/Bookmaker/Bloodhorse Illiterate


The QUEEN’S ‘BARBER SHOP partner BARRY GERAGHTY trainer Nick Henderson, challenges for the 3.35 Charlie Hall Chase. 3m1f. 8 down to run, but no easy task for any of them.




DATE FOR YOUR DIARY
The curtain comes down for the 2010 Flat race season at Doncaster next Saturday.
DONCASTER SATURDAY 6th NOVEMBER THE totesport.com NOVEMBER HANDICAP.
The end of season party starts here! November Handicap Day is always the final day of the turf flat racing season in Britain. All the seasonal awards for owners, trainers and jockeys will be awarded through the afternoon, as well as some special awards for the best equine performances of the year
http://www.doncaster-racecourse.co.uk/raceday/fixtures-2010.html

http://www.doncaster-racecourse.co.uk/raceday/fixtures-2010.html?mode=view&fix=1346 



THE HENNESSY GOLD CUP MEETING AT NEWBURY 25th 26th and 27th November 2010
http://www.newbury-racecourse.co.uk/About-Newbury/Racecourse-History

We have Kingsclere trainer John Porter to thank when we come racing at Newbury on Hennessy Gold Cup day. Plus thanks also, to King Edward vii who helped Porter achieve his dream to build a racecourse at Newbury.

John Porter was born in Rugeley Staffordshire on March 2nd 1838. Leaving school in 1852 he had a holiday, before any definite arrangements were made toward career choice.

This holiday drifted on for 12 months. Resulting in a career choice in horseracing. Several stepping stones followed on along the way until destiny brought Porter to Park House Kingsclere. ( Home base for licensed trainer Andrew Balding now.)

Porter a highly successful Kingsclere trainer formed The Newbury Racecourse Company and purchased the land for the new track in April 1904 at a cost of £57,240 and the construction began.

On September 26th and 27th 1905 the first race meeting took place at Newbury Racecourse. With all the many wonderful race days since, through to the present day. John Porter achieved ‘Bloodhorse Literacy’ something that money cannot buy.

Throughout a horseracing lifetime, Porter’s work, shines out still for all of us to enjoy, especially on Hennessy Gold Cup Day (27.11,2010) A special Christmas treat for all who wish, to enjoy at Christmas time.




PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
THE RACING POST Totetentofollow – the jumps - 10 to follow launched to-day. Racing’s greatest competition. Bigger and better than ever! Pick your own 10 best horses. Last years’ winners landed a cool £442,000. https://ttf.totesport.com/


PEOPLE SKILLS IN THEORY AND IN PRACTICE NOT TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT BY ANY GOVERNMENTS, OR BY ANY BRITISH HORSERACING AUTHORITY REGULATORS. WHY?

The British Government, the British Horseracing Authority, and the World Banks all totally out of touch with the lives of all those who go out each and every day to work.

All those people that this government is forcing into poverty and forcing into homelessness. It was not so long ago that government were doing everything in their power to encourage people to purchase their own homes.


All those people whose hard earned cash was used to bale out the Banks. But why should these people bale out any bank? What has any bank actually ever done for them, other than ‘Rip them Off’?


David Cameron, Paul Roy and Bankers have never experienced homelessness or poverty. Yet we hear these people speaking daily through the media, dictating to others on how they should manage through loosing their jobs, their homes, and their whole livelihoods ...... What sort of a person is David Cameron? What sort of a person is Paul Roy? What sort of a people are these Bankers?





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