Friday, 17 June 2011

C4 THE MORNING LINE 7.55am to 8.55am EVERY SATURDAY LINK UP TODAY WITH ROYAL ASCOT, NEWMARKET AND AYR DON'T MISS IT



PLEASE USE THIS LINK TO RACING POST REVIEW
OF YESTERDAY'S ROYAL ASCOT CARD


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

AN INTERESTING AND ENTERTAINING PROGRAM GUIDE WITH PREVIEWS , REVIEWS, KEY CURRENT NEWS, UPDATES, ALL RELEVANT TO THIS AFTERNOONS LIVE ACTION FROM THESE RACECOURSES.

Leg 1  Newmarket  2.05
Leg 2  Newmarket  2.35
Leg 3  Ayr 2.50
Leg 4  Ayr 3.25  
Leg 5  Royal Ascot 3.45
Leg 6  Royal Ascot 4.25
http://www.scoop6.co.uk/results/


C4 HISTORY IN THE MAKING THE NEW LIVE MORNING LINE HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:

NICK LUCK HOST Presenter Broadcaster
Bloodhorse Illiterate
http://twitter.com/#!/nickluck/status/72761794954924032
http://www.racehorseowners.net/en/news/horseracing-tweets.cfm


GUEST STAR THE REVEREND GRAHAM LOCKING CHAPLIN FOR HORSERACING IN NEWMARKET. Graham brings us news on badly injured YARMY, he
tells us aboutYARMY’S kindness to him, once when he found himself  without cash, that Yarmy noticed and handed him £50.00 to help out. He tells us that he goes out on the gallops’ and the work areas in and around Newmarket every morning to meet up and to make
friends with all those who are at work with the racehorses there, limbering up for action on the race tracks, win, loose or draw.
Does well in the GUEST TEST


JOHN (Greatest Jockey) FRANCOME Bloodhorse Literate
A lifetimes experience to date, shared with the greatest professional horsemen and the greatest racehorses.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/John-Francome/e/B001H6GYLU/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0
http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=john+francome+autobiography&tag=googhydr-21&index=stripbooks&hvadid=4795221559&ref=pd_sl_90p7j5pdbw_b  


TANYA (Tipbits) STEVENSON’S BRINGS US HER BETTING BULLETIN’S  
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/ Up to the minute on line betting stats, market movers.
Bloodhorse Illiterate.
Email Tanya: racing@channel4.com




EMMA SPENCER Broadcaster presenter. Bloodhorse literate 
   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtkgHWcLOXI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6ZzC8q5NW8




RACING POST ON THE LAST DAY
OF ROYAL ASCOT SATURDAY JUNE 18th 2011
  
 GO FOR IT HUGHESIE!  “After going agonisingly close last year, Richard Hughes is determined to hold on to his lead in the race to be Royal Ascot top jockey – and he fancies his chances ....
  
  READ RICHARD HUGHES EVERY SATURDAY IN THE RACING POST.
This day Richard tells us -  “Finishing top jockey would be the icing on the cake.


“IT SEEMS greedy to ask for more given the week I’ve had, but it would be something special to end Royal Ascot as the meeting’s top jockey. I’ve led the leading riders’ race more than once in the past, including last year when RYAN MOORE mugged me on the line by winning the very last race . This time I hope I can get my revenge.”  Can Richard win this much sort after crown to-day?

GRAHAM DENCH, BRINGS US TODAY’S BIG TALKING POINT
 FOR THE RACING POST.
“HOOF IT (4 9-6) partner KIEREN FALLON, (trip 6f)
hotly fancied to end Mick’s long wait ....

“It is 35 long years ago since Mick Easterby saddled his one and only Royal Ascot winner,
 yet bookmakers had no hesitation in making his HOOF IT favourite for today’s Wokingham Stakes (4.25) when the entries were first revealed. Nothing has displaced him yet ......  Owned by A Chandler and L Westwood, what a day in store, will he, won't he, can he?

Going stated to be soft this day, will HOOF IT cope with this? Will HOOF IT cope with the other 27 runners?  Can Kieren keep him out of trouble?



DAWSON PART TWO, AT THE BREEZE UP SALES
DAWSON MEETS UP WITH LICENSED TRAINER JAMIE OSBORNE WHO SHARES SOME INTERESTING KEY FACTS WITH US.   


TODAY’S ROYAL ASCOT CARD
BBC 2 Start broadcasting  from 2.20 – 4.45

To be broadcast live on BBC 2. Race 1. Winning trainer A P O'Brien  
2.30 Chesham Stakes Turf  7f for 2 year olds (Listed Race) (Class 1)
Winner £28, 385
WIN: MAYBE 2 8-12 partner RYAN MOORE 5-2.  3 lengths from FORT BASTION 9-2

To be broadcast live on BBC 2. Race 2 Winning trainer A P O'Brien
3.05 Hardwicke Stakes Turf  1m4f  for 4yo+ (Group 2) (Class 1)
Winner £61,964.45
WIN: AWAIT THE DAWN 4 9-0 partner RYAN MOORE 4-6f. from HARRIS TWEED 12-1

FEATURE RACE. To be broadcast live on BBC 2. Race 3. Winning trainer James Fanshawe
British Champions’ Series & Global Sprint Challenge
3.45 Golden Jubilee Stakes Turf  6f  for  3yo+ (Group 1) (Class 1) Winner £227,080
CAN  STAR WITNESS  4 9-4  partner STEVEN ARNOLD, WIN  THIS RACE THIS AFTERNOON ?


Trained by Danny O’Brien (AUS) Read his FACTFILE at the end of this day’s info.
WIN: SOCIETY ROCK 4 9-4 partner PAT COSGRAVE  25-1 from MONSIEUR CHEVALIER 4  9-4  and STAR WITNESS (AUS) 4  9-4

To be broadcast live on BBC 2. Race 4.  Winning trainer James Fanshaw
4.25 Wokingham Stakes Turf 6f for 3yo+ (Heritage Handicap) (Class 2)
Winner £62, 310
WIN: DEACON BLUES 4 8-13 partner J MURTAGH 15-2 from WAFFLE 5 9-1  15-2

PAUSE FOR THOUGHT  WHIP ISSUES ROYAL ASCOT
WAS FRANKIE DETTORI partner REWILDING'S PERFORMANCE AT ROYAL ASCOT  on Wednesday June 15th in the 3.45 Prince of Wales Stakes when they only just managed by a head to deny  SO YOU THINK his place in the winners enclosure, riding of supreme artistry? Or one of diabolical cruelty? Or one more like a miss mash of both?

How exactly did the acting stewards that day perceive this to be exactly?

Why is there no definate analysis of how these acting stewards come to their conclusions ?

What are the exact reasons as to why Frankie got 9 days off?

How many times did these stewards actually see FRANKIE'S whip coming into contact with REWILDINGS body? 

Was FRANKIE using his whip along side REWILDING swinging it backwards and forwards without actually touching REWILDING as a way of communication to REWILDING  the urgency to give his all?

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY THE DARLEY JULY CUP
Thursday July 7th, Friday July 8th and Saturday July 9th 2011

THE PIPER HEIDSLIECK JULY FESTIVAL




ENTRIES FOR THE JULY CUP TO BE RUN AT NEWMARKET
 ON SATURDAY JULY 9th (JULY COURSE) 

Class One, Group One, £400,000 Total Prize Fund. Global Sprint Challenge ..British Champions Series. Six furlongs. For three-year-olds and upwards.
Newmarket, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Entries closed, May 3, entries revealed, May 4 (57 entries). Scratchings deadline, Tuesday, June 21.


Six-day confirmation £30,000 supplementary entry stage Monday, July 4.

Final declaration stage 10.00am, Thursday, July 7.

Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and are correct up to and including the racing of
Tuesday, June 7. May not include some overseas form.

Form Horse Age Owner Trainer
50100-1 AMICO FRITZ (GER) 5 Alexander Pereira Alex Pantall FR
115/050- ARCTIC (IRE) 4 Richard Pegum Tracey Collins IRE
61311-0 ASTROPHYSICAL JET 4 Ladas Ed McMahon
11134-011 BATED BREATH 4 Khalid Abdulla Roger Charlton
12410-0 BROOX (IRE) 3 Geoff Lucas Eoghan O'Neill FR
153223-6 DALGHAR (FR) 5 Neven Botica Andrew Balding
D35/140-1 DELEGATOR 5 Godolphin Saeed bin Suroor
16024-33 DINKUM DIAMOND (IRE) 3 Eight Star Syndicate Henry Candy
1115- DREAM AHEAD (USA) 3 Khalifa Dasmal David Simcock
1233-51 ELZAAM (AUS) 3 Hamdan Al Maktoum Roger Varian
10342-10 GENKI (IRE) 7 Gillian Khosla Roger Charlton
2253-6036 GLOR NA MARA (IRE) 3 Jackie Bolger Jim Bolger IRE
3-36352 HINCHINBROOK (AUS) 4 Francois Naude Peter Moody AUS
2(1)-(5)(5)441 HITCHENS (IRE) 6 Laurence O'Kane & Paul Murphy David Barron
(3)12-61(1) HOLIDAY FOR KITTEN (USA) 3 Kenneth & Sarah Ramsey Wesley Ward USA
361(1)1-01 HOORAY 3 Cheveley Park Stud Sir Mark Prescott Bt
1/0561-504 INLER (IRE) 4 Margaret Findlay Brian Meehan
(1)-(5)2(5)34 INVINCIBLE ASH (IRE) 6 P Condron Michael Halford IRE
0-66(3)10 JIMMY STYLES 7 Gwyn Powell and Peter Ridgers Clive Cox
22125-30 JONNY MUDBALL 5 Woodgate Family Tom Dascombe
640436-2 KINGSGATE NATIVE (IRE) 6 Cheveley Park Stud Sir Michael Stoute
(1)316//1- LADDIES POKER TWO (IRE) 6 Derrick Smith, Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Jeremy Noseda
131-504 LADIES ARE FOREVER 3 Reg Bond Geoff Oldroyd
356212- LADY OF THE DESERT (USA) 4 Jaber Abdullah Brian Meehan
0/(1)2(1)/(1)(1)- LEAHURST (IRE) 5 Susan Roy Jeremy Noseda
6033-012 LECHEVALIER CHOISI (IRE) 3 Wheery Syndicate James McCabe IRE
1165-243 LIBRANNO 3 McDowell Racing Richard Hannon
020(1)14-2 MAC'S POWER (IRE) 5 Michael McDonnell James Fanshawe
104230- MAIN AIM 6 Khalid Abdulla Sir Michael Stoute
1143-330 MAQAASID 3 Hamdan Al Maktoum John Gosden
1334-0055 MAR ADENTRO (FR) 5 B Cadet Richard Chotard FR
5/11261-00 MARKAB 8 Mosaic Racing Henry Candy
5113(3)0/-4 MONSIEUR CHEVALIER (IRE) 4 Valerie Hubbard & Ian Higginson Richard Hannon
(1)(1)-(2)(2)(0)3 MUSIR (AUS) 5 Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum Mike de Kock RSA
04100-43 ORACLE (IRE) 3 Derrick Smith, Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
532040-4 PALACE MOON 6 Canisbay Bloodstock William Knight
400-0600 PRIME DEFENDER 7 S Falle, M Franklin, J Sumsion Barry Hills
00(0)0220 RAIN DELAYED (IRE) 5 Andrew Tinkler Michael Dods
03110-23 REDFORD (IRE) 6 Dr Marwan Koukash David Nicholls
01164-522 REGAL PARADE 7 Dab Hand Racing David Nicholls
112-(1)(1)11 ROCKET MAN (AUS) 6 Alfredo Leonardo Arnaldo Crabbia Patrick Shaw SIN
261520-06 ROSE BLOSSOM 4 Highclere Thoroughbred Racing (Blossom) Richard Fahey
410/60-63 ROYAL ROCK 7 Aida Fustoq Chris Wall
(0)-1124 SING SOFTLY (USA) 3 Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
0/1220-02 SOCIETY ROCK (IRE) 4 Simon Gibson James Fanshawe
5651-031 SOLE POWER 4 Sabena Power Edward Lynam IRE
3412-30 STAR WITNESS (AUS) 4 Widden Stud Star Witness Syndicate Danny O'Brien AUS
24420-10 STONE OF FOLCA 3 Folkestone Racecourse Owners Group John Best
021110- SWISS DIVA 5 Lordship Stud David Elsworth
44040-032 TIDDLIWINKS 5 Guy Reed Kevin Ryan
50060-16 TOTAL GALLERY (IRE) 5 Qatar Bloodstock Ltd Mikel Delzangles FR
040-012 WAR ARTIST (AUS) 8 Rupert Plersch Markus Klug GER
405/400/- WINKER WATSON 6 Capital Mick Channon
161113-2 ZOFFANY (IRE) 3 Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE

54 current entries (3 scratched since original entries - EAGLE FALLS (AUS), SHRAPNEL (AUS), SUNNY KING (IRE))
8 Irish-trained, 4 French-trained, 2 Australian-trained, 1 American-trained, 1 German-trained, 1 Singapore-trained, 1 South African-trained.





STAR WITNESS (AUS) FACTFILE
  4 ch c Starcraft (NZ) - Leone Chiara (AUS) (Lion Hunter (AUS))  Form: 1/1103412-30 Owner: Widden Stud Trainer: Danny O’Brien (AUS)
Breeder: Alma Vale Bloodstock Pty Ltd Jockey: Steven Arnold

STAR WITNESS FINISHED THIRD TODAY TO SOCIETY ROCK AND MONSIEUR CHEVALIER.
STAR WITNESS became the first Group One winner for the 2005 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes victor Starcraft when posting a head verdict in the sixfurlong Diamond Stakes at Caulfield on February 20, 2010. The four-year-old is the only runner to date for the former top class sprinting mare

Leone Chiara, who was successful in Group Three company and is a full-sister to Group winners Chinchilla Rose and Ferocity. Star Witness was sold to Danny O’Brien for AUS$150,000 at the 2009 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale, and he made an impressive start to his career, following up a debut victory at Moonee Valley on November 28, 2009, with a ready success in a Flemington Listed contest in January, 2010.


He subsequently registered a first Group One success in the Diamond Stakes but trailed in 12th on his final juvenile appearance in the Group Two Todman Stakes at Rosehill in March, 2010. Star Witness kicked off the 2010/2011 season by taking third in an extended five-furlong Listed contest at Caulfield in August.
 
After finishing fourth behind Black Caviar in the six-furlong Group Two Schillaci Stakes at the same course on October 9, Star Witness registered his second Group One success as he powered clear of his rivals for a two-length success in the Coolmore Stud Stakes over six furlongs at Flemington on October 30.

He re-opposed Black Caviar in the Patinack Farm Classic, also over six furlongs at
Flemington, on November 6 and lost little in defeat by coming home second, four lengths behind the outstanding sprinter. Star Witness was given a break and returned to action when
taking third in a Sandown Listed contest over an extended six furlongs on February 9.

 
He was purchased by Widden Stud shortly after that run to stand at their New South Wales operation and made his final start ahead of Royal Ascot when finishing seventh behind Black Caviar in the six-furlong Group One Newmarket Handicap at Flemington on Mar








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