Saturday, 4 June 2011

C4 THE MORNING LINE 7.55am to 8.55am EVERY SATURDAY LINK UP TODAY WITH EPSOM, DONCASTER AND MUSSELBURGH DON'T MISS IT

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/channel-4-racing

ST BLAISE WON THE DERBY IN 1883 partner CHARLES WOOD
Handler presenter? trainer John Porter Kingsclere for HRH The Prince of Wales.

CAN OUR PRESENT QUEEN ELIZABETH WIN THE 2011 EPSOM DERBY WITH HER CARLTON HOUSE  DUE OFF AT 4.00 THIS AFTERNOON?

SHEIKH MOHAMMED'S VISION IN GIFTING OUR QUEEN CARLTON HOUSE AS A YEARLING. WHAT A WONDERFUL GIFT TO RECEIVE. 

C4 FOLLOW UP THIS AFTERNOON TO BRING US THE LIVE ACTION DIRECT FROM THESE THREE TRACKS, WHERE ALL YOUR HOMEWORK
CAN BE PUT INTO PRACTICE.

AN INTERESTING AND ENTERTAINING PROGRAM GUIDE WITH PREVIEWS , REVIEWS, KEY CURRENT NEWS, UPDATES, ALL RELEVANT TO THIS AFTERNOONS
LIVE ACTION FROM THESE THREE RACECOURSES.
MARTIN DWYER LEARNING TO BECOME A TRUE HORSEMAN
WATERSHIP DOWN

THROUGH THE KEYHOLE THE CLUES ARE THERE ORGANISE YOUR AFTERNOON’S ACTION GET A DECENT NOTE BOOK TO KEEP TRACK OF YOUR VERY OWN HORSERACING PROGRESS, YOU CAN ALSO TAKE IT RACING TO GET JOCKEY'S AUTOGRAPHS AND TO ADD YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS. LET YOUR ADVENTURE BEGIN.


THIS RACING POST LINK takes you to RACING POST PREVIEW DERBY WEEK http://www.blogger.com/post-edit.g?blogID=6426904324281265779&postID=3924756906634628812 


THE RACING POST ON DERBY DAY SATURDAY 4th JUNE 2011

"SEND HER VICTORIOUS DERBY DAY SPECIAL
"Eyes of the Nation on Epsom as red-hot favourite CARLTON HOUSE bids
to win the world's most famous race for the Queen."

"fancy5 £5,000 to be won."

FANTASTIC DERBY BET OFFER. Have a wager through the Post app and get your money back if CARLTON HOUSE wins. see page 63."


LEE MOTTERSHEAD BRINGS US "TODAY'S BIG TALKING POINT ON WHY THE EYES OF THE WORLD WILL BE TRAINED ON EPSOM"

"A NATION WILLING CROWN TO FIT  CARLTON."
"NO MORE are the days when the Derby brought the nation to a halt , but the race that has shaped a sport in Britain and beyond will today have the eyes of just not a country but the world as her majesty the Queen seeks to write another astonishing chapter into her long and glorious reign.

"Since its inseption in 1780, horseracing's most illustrious prize has unfailingly produced tales of the unexpected, stories laden with high drama, exceptional achievement, sorrow and joy.

"It has told a social history of our times, providing a link between itself and the people in a way that no other sporting event has managed.

"Yet but a handful of those days that have gone before will stand comparison with what could come this afternoon should anti-post favourite CARLTON HOUSE provide his owner with her first success in a contest she first attempted to win 58 years ago. .....

TOTESCOOP6
http://club.totesport.com/totepoolLiveInfo/Java/index.htm

GOOD LUCK to the two winners playing for a bonus of £292,866
Leg 1 Musselburgh 2.05  WIN BARNET FAIR 7-2
Leg 2      Doncaster 2.20  WIN CHEF 9-4
Leg 3       Doncaster 2.50 WIN SMARTY SOCKS
Leg 4      Musselburgh 3.1 WIN ALKIMOS 3-10

Leg 5      Doncaster 3.25   WIN ETERNAL HEART 12-1
Leg 6 Musselburgh 3.40
  WIN BURNING THREAD 50-1
http://www.scoop6.co.uk/results/

TODAY’S RACING TO BE SHOWN LIVE ON TV AS FOLLOWS:
BBC1 Live
Epsom 1.40 Investic Horses Help The Heroes H’c 3yo’s. 1m2f.
WIN CHARLES CAMOIN 10-1

Epsom 2.10 Investic Woodcote Stakes 2yo’s. 5f. (Listed) 
WIN FULBRIGHT 3-1

Epsom 2.40 Investic Diomed Stakes (Group 3) 1m+ Win £50,000
WIN FANUNALTER 16-1 

Epsom 3.15 Investic Entrepreneurial Class 3yo’s + 5f ‘Dash’ H’
WIN CAPTAIN DUNNE 13-2

Epsom 4.00 Feature Race Investic Derby(Group 1) (Class 1) for
3 year old colts and fillies. 1m 4f+ Winner £1,250,000
 WIN POUR MOI 4-1 
C4 Live
Doncaster 2.20 williamhill.com H’c 3yo’s 1m Winner £20,000 (Class 2)
WIN CHEF 9-4f

Doncaster 2.50 William Hill – Home of betting 4yo’s +. 7f . H’c Win £20,000
WIN SMARTY SOCKS 

Doncaster 3.25 Visit williamhill.com On Your Mobile Conditions Stakes. 3yo 1m 2f+ Win £20,100
 WIN ALKIMOS 3-1
C4 Live
Musselburgh 2.05 totesport 0800 221221 Saltire Sprint H’c 5f Winner £30,000
WIN BARNET FAIR 7-2
Musselburgh 2.35 totepool Edinburgh Castle Conditions Stakes 2yo’s 5f Winner £20,000
WIN FREDERICK ENGELS 13-2
Musselburgh 3.10 totesport.com Edinburgh Cup H’c 3y’s 1m 4f+ £80,000
WIN ETERNAL HEART 12-1
Musselburgh 3.40 totescoop6 Scottish Sprint Cup H’c 3yo’s+ 5f .Winner £40,000
WIN BURNING THREAD 50-1
C4 HISTORY IN THE MAKING ‘ THE NEW LIVE MORNING LINE'.
HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:





ALICE (Saucy Minx) PLUNKETT HOSTESS PRESENTER BLOODHORSE LITERATE
The only lady rider to have ridden around Badminton and the Grand National.
http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/alice-plunkett/

NICK (Lord Snooty) LUCK HOST PRESENTER, BROADCASTER
Bloodhorse Illiterate.

This morning Nick introduces us to Ed Dunlop's handler minder ROBIN TREVOR-JONES
Bloodhorse literate, whose responsibility it is this day to travel with NATIVE KHAN
to Epsom from Newmarket. To supervise this colts preparation before the Derby, and again
after the Derby,  from the time he leaves home, until the time he returns home to his loose box,
in Newmarket, hopefully safe and sound, a winner?  NATIVE KHAN has hit the headlines for
a variety of reasons pre the Derby, but will he win the Derby? NATIVE KHAN is a beautiful
grey colt full of sparkle, and courage.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Channel_4_Racing


GUEST STAR, WALTER SWINBURN BLOODHORSE LITERATE
Walter Swinburn

After joining the trainers’ ranks in Nov 04 Walter quickly adjusted to the new daily routine to such a degree that he brought home his first winner with just his eighth runner. Since then there has been a steady stream of winners across the board, including at Group and Listed level as well as a number of major Handicap prizes
He now brings to bear all his expertise gained from an extensive, worldwide riding career to a yard with a rich history, going back over 20 years to the days when father-in-law and former licence-holder Peter Harris pioneered his highly successful racing partnerships.








Walter Swinburn

The mere mention of Shergar is usually enough - the record-breaking colt thrusting Walter into racing's hierarchy in the 1981 Derby. This heralded a hugely successful career across the globe throughout the 80's and 90's with two more Derbys and other Classics, both here and in Europe, as well as riding at all the major tracks in the USA, Hong Kong, Japan and Australia

THE 'CHOIR BOY' THEY CALLED
WALTER SWINBURN WHEN HE WAS RIDING.

The gentleness of this 'Choir Boy' the accuracy of his timing, his balance,
his knowing, his understanding of every horse he competed on was a joy
to watch. and will never ever be forgotten.

http://www.walterswinburn.co.uk/home.aspx
JIM (Jimbo) McGRATH BRINGS US HIS FORM GUIDE
Form specialist, presenter, broadcaster.
Bloodhorse illiterate
http://www.racingpost.com/news/horse-racing/racing-for-change

-c4-jim-mcgrath-channel-4-angry-jim-mcgrath-resigns-from-bha-board/784627/

http://www.rp-gamma.com/news/horse-racing/c4-jim-mcgrath-jim-mcgrath-to-join-bhest-as-trustee/801396/racingbusiness/

JOHN (Mac) McCRIRICK THE PUNTERS CHAMPION
MAC brings us his "BIG ISSUE" this morning, as he introduces us

live to FRED DONE, (BETFRED) asking him what he intends to do with the TOTE,
which he has just purchased for the sum of £265 Million pounds.

Mac has many historically interesting facts about the development on the bookmaking
and gambling front, how things have changed for punters.

What does this breaking news spell out for all those who work at the dangerous sharp end
of British horseracing at present? More of the same rip off tactics? Or true recognition for all
those who have achieved Bloodhorse Literacy?  All those who have saved British horseracing
over the centuries, to make it what it is today, no matter what hardships they have been left
to bare in poverty.  
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_McCririck
TOM (Tipbits) LEE THE PUNTERS FRIEND
Form specialist, broadcaster. Up to the minute on line betting stats. Market movers.
Bloodhorse Illiterate

BRIAN HOLMES REMEMBERED  
RIGHT HAND MAN TO DICK HERN

HORSERACING A UNIQUE AND REMARKABLE SPORT














































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