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Two winners from last week playing for a bonus of £262,591 Good Luck
Leg 1 Haydock Park 2.05
Leg 2 Newmarket 2.20
Leg 3 Haydock Park 2.35.
Leg 4 Haydock Park 3.05
Leg 5 Newmarket 3.25
Leg 6 Haydock Park 3.35
C4 HISTORY IN THE MAKING ‘ THE NEW LIVE MORNING LINE’
HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:
NICK (Lord Snooty) LUCK HOST PRESENTER, BROADCASTER
GUEST STAR HAYLEY TURNER BLOODHORSE LITERATE
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediajockey based in the United Kingdom. She was born on 3 January 1983.
Turner is widely considered to be the first woman to achieve a sustained, day-in, day-out, successful career as a professional jockey in the UK. Kirsty Milczarek and Cathy Gannon are the two other female jockeys currently riding in the UK, who have come closest to following Turner's achievements. Hayley Turner's success has seen an enormous increase in the number of female apprentice jockeys riding in the UK in the second decade of the 21st century.
She became the first female rider to ride 100 UK Flat race winners during a calendar year (a huge achievement for any rider), when winning on 'Mullitovermaurice' at Wolverhampton on 30 December 2008. 2008 also saw Turner ride in over 900 races in the UK - one of only five riders to achieve the milestone that year.
The 2011 Racing season has so far seen Turner riding winners at a rate which if continued will take her to well over 100 winners at the end of the year. Also, in January Turner had her first race-rides at the Meydan racecourse in Dubai, as part of the annual Dubai Racing Carnival. Turner had previously ridden horses at exercise for the Godolphin operation in Dubai, believed to be the first female to do so.
TANYA (Tipbits) STEVENSON BETTING BULLETINS’
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/Presenter. Up to the minute on line betting
stats. Bloodhorse Illiterate.
Email Tanya at: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter http://twitter.com/channel4new
JOHN (Greatest Jockey) FRANCOME BLOODHORSE LITERATE A lifetimes
experienceto date, shared with the greatest professional horsemen and the greatest racehorses.
RICHARD HOILES Broadcaster Presenter Bloodhorse Illiterate.I don’t actually believe in tips: learned my lesson when I worked at Aintree in the ’90s where, within half an hour I was introduced to three owners, with competing runners in the same race. Each told me to ‘Get on!’ with substantial confidence – none of their horses was in the first three.
DEREK (TOMMO RACING) THOMPSON BLOODHORSE LITERATE
Welcome to Tommo Racing! I'm Derek Thompson - presenter and commentator for Channel Four Racing and Attheraces. I've spent 40 years reporting on horse racing and during this time I’ve built up a considerable number of contacts who work with me to bring you the very best racing information
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PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
Copy email to Sir George Young MP today by J. Margaret Clarke
for and on behalf of Turfcall. Saturday May 28 2011
Dear Sir George
Thank you for your response.
I am well aware that at present the British Horseracing Authority assume themselves to be Bloodhorse Literate But the sad fact is, that in the main they are nothing of the sort.
The further sad fact of this key fault remains to be that the British Horseracing Authority, The Jockey Club, and all those other dribs and drabs, going back over the last seven
decades in between, remain nothing more than an empty shell as to understanding the
needs and rights of all those who have achieved true Bloodhorse Literacy. All those who do
actually go out each and every day to work at the dangerous sharp end of British horseracing to include the horses and their owner's.
I am also well aware that you Sir George, along with the vast majority of all the other MP'S are also Bloodhorse Illiterate. No doubt this being the root cause of the shockingly dangerous state that British horseracing has been allowed to sink to. Quantified by the large number of riders and horses sidelined through injury, with many horses loosing their lives on the race tracks whilst competing.
Make no mistake, the government, together with the regulators of horseracing in this country
all are responsible for taking all such bloodhorse literate achievers for granted, choosing to rip such people off big time ongoing over decades.
The Morning Line Guest Star last Saturday was the footballer STEVE McMANAMAN.
There can be no comparison between football and horseracing other than that both draw huge crowds of spectators of all sorts.
There is however in football, a football, not a live bloodhorse to partner and compete with. On the financial front professional football teams are well cared for, in every respect.
So how is it that this is not the case in horseracing? How is it that the bloodhorse illiterate government and regulation authorities take such skills so much for granted choosing to run racing on the cheap?
The Bloodhorse Illiterate Burnham Report advised licensed trainers to employ superstore shelf stackers to come in part time, to ride out and care for thoroughbred racehorses in training to be paid the minimum wage. A damning and highly dangerous report. Who paid for this?
How can licensed trainers be expected to operate safely along the lines of the Burnham Report?
Kind regards Margaret
J. Margaret Clarke for and on behalf of Turfcall
----- Original Message -----From: YOUNG, CamillaCc: YOUNG, CamillaSent: Thursday, May 26, 2011 3:32 PMSubject: Reply from Secretary of State at DCMS
Dear Mrs Clarke
Further to Sir George’s email to you dated March 31st, he has now heard from the Secretary of State at DCMS, in response to the issues he raised on your behalf about horseracing.
The reply is attached, and Sir George hopes you find it helpful.
Camilla YoungSenior Parliamentary Assistant toThe Rt Hon Sir George Young Bt MPLeader of the House of CommonsTel: 020 7219 6665
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