Friday, 26 August 2011

CH4 THE MORNING LINE LINK UP WITH GOODWOOD AND NEWMARKET SATURDAY AUGUST 27th 2011



 

LIVE ON CH4  AND  M4   HEARTS WILL BE RACING TODAY AT

GOODWOOD  NEWMARKET AND BEVERLEY

Through the keyhole the clues are there, an interesting and entertaining program guide with previews, reviews, key current news, updates, all relevant to this afternoons live action from these three meetings.
 

CH4 AND MORE4 FOLLOW UP THIS AFTERNOON TO BRING US THE LIVE ACTION DIRECT FROM THESE TRACKS, WHERE ALL YOUR HOMEWORK CAN BE PUT INTO PRACTICE.

More4  Racing Live from 1.45pm
Racing Live Coverage of the 2.15 and 2.50 races from GOODWOOD
Racing Live Coverage of the 1.55 and 2.30 races from NEWMARKET

Channel4 Racing Live from 3.20
C4 Racing Live Coverage of the 3.20 and 3.50 races from GOODWOOD
C4 Racing Live Coverage of the  3.20 from NEWMARKET

M4 and C4 LIVE COVERAGE FROM: GOODWOOD TURF
M4  2.15 Windflower March Stakes (Listed Race) (Class 1) for 3yo’s+ over 1m6f  Winner £17,013



WIN: 1332-93 MOTRICE 4 9-2 (122) partner SEB SANDERS handler presenter? trainer Sir Mark Prescott for Miss K Rausing 9-4 from ETERNAL HEART

     





M4  2.50 Whiteley Clinic Prestige Stakes(Group 3) (Class 1)
for 2yo fillies over 7f  Winner £22,684
WIN:  12 REGAL REALM 2 9-0 (117) partner JIMMY FORTUNE handler presenter? trainer Jeremy Noseda for Cheveley Park Stud  2-1f from RAKASA


FEATURE RACE
C4  3.20 Betfair Celebration Mile (Group 2) (Class 1) for 3yo+ over 1m
Winner £56,710
WIN:  2264 DUBAWI GOLD 3 8-9 (132) partner RICHARD HUGHES handler presenter AMAR  SINGH trainer Richard Hannon for Andrew Tinkler 3-1 from SET THE TREND


FEATURE RACE
C4  3.50 Betfair Summer Double Second Leg Stakes (Heritage Handicap)
(Class 2) for 3yo+ 7f  Winner £62,250
WIN:   6222-54  ETON RIFLES 6 9-4 (115) partner KIEREN FALLON handler partner? trainer David Elsworth for Transcend Bloodstock LLP 5-1f from WEBBOW















M4 and C4 LIVE COVERAGE FROM: NEWMARKET  TURF

M4  RACE FOR TWO YEAR OLDS
M4 1.55 Novae Bloodstock Insurance Nursery (Class 3) Winner £7,762.80
WIN: 741 AMAZING STORM  2 9-1 (102) partner PAT DOBBS handler presenter? trainer R Hannon for W P Drew  9-4f from STORMING BERNARD


FEATURE RACE STEWARDS INQUIRY
M4 2.30 £100,000 Tattersalls Millions Median Auction Stakes (Class 2) for 2yo’s over 6f July Turf Winner £54,100
WIN: 32213 MEHDI 2-8-9 (106) partner SHANE KELLY handler presenter? trainer Brien Meehan for Iraj Parvizi  6-1 from 31 SAMITAR 2 8-10 (123)


C4  3.30 Chris Blackwell Memorial Hopeful Stakes (Listed Race)
(Class 1) for 3yo+ 6f  Winner £17,013
 WIN: 314818  SWISS DREAM 3 8-6 (120) partner NICKY MACKAY handler presenter ? trainer David Elsworth for Lordship Stud 11-2 from SON OF THE CAT



Probably the most publicised tote bet as it is run each Saturday and the objective is to pick the 6 winners of each of the selected races that make up the Scoop 6 on that day. The Scoop 6 races usually are the races shown on terrestrial TV so as to give it the biggest viewership and audience.
Tote Scoop6 Betting Guide


August 26th, 2011 at 12:25
Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Saturday, 27th August. They are: -
Race 1 : 2.30 Newmarket
Race 2 : 2.35 Beverley
Race 3 : 3.05 Beverley
Race 4 : 3.30 Newmarket
Race 5 : 3.35 Beverley
Race 6 : 3.50 Goodwood
(Please mention scoop6.co.uk if re-posting these details)
Tote Scoop6 Betting Result 20th August 2011
Scoop6 Win Fund Total £268,475
Scoop6 Place Fund Total £41,836
Scoop6 Bonus Fund Total £115,060





RACING POST WEEK MONDAY AUGUST 22nd through to SUNDAY AUGUST 28th 2011
Live Link to this weeks news in the Racing Post


C4 AND M4 HISTORY IN THE MAKING
                                    THE NEW LIVE MORNING LINE
                                                                                  HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:

LESLEY GRAHAM HOSTESS PRESENTER BROADCASTER


GUEST STAR  GEORGE BAKER  BLOODHORSE LITERATE LICENSED PROFESSIONAL  FLAT RACE JOCKEY, HORSEMAN partners PREMIO LOCO
 7 9-1 in the 3.20 Celebration Mile at Goodwood this afternoon. 
 DAVID BAXTER Reports from Leicester for the Racing Post last Wednesday
 "Four George Bakers, there's only four George Bakers ...
"IT WAS  the George Baker show in the 7f handicap as trainer, jockey, horse and part owner, all of the same name, teamed up to win by a short head.
"The four- year- old, initially named by owner Harry Findlay as a joke as he wanted to send it to George Baker (the trainer) has proved a revelation this season. He yesterday won for the fourth time in his last five starts, giving jockey BAKER his first victory on the horse in the process."


TANYA (Tipbits) STEVENSON  introduces us to Barry Orre (Betfair) down in the betting ring to bring 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


JIM (Jimbo) McGRATH meets up with Clerk of the Course Seamus Buckley out on the track at Goodwood to get an update on how the turf will ride this day.  Plus he brings us his FORM GUIDE, key focus on the 3.20 Celebration Mile at Goodwood, as the excitement builds .... Jimbo has his  CASTLES IN THE AIR 6 9-5 partner PAUL HANAGAN trainer Richard Fahey running in the 3.50 Handicap at Goodwood, can he win this £62,250 first prize?


MIKE (Catt) CATTERMOLE
Host, broadcaster. Bloodhorse Illiterate


SIMON HOLT CALLING THE HORSES
Commentator Broadcaster. Bloodhorse illiterate
Simon has continued to cover many important events including the Cheltenham Festival, 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas, St Leger, King George VI Chase and, from 2007, Glorious Goodwood. He also called the Irish Derby once (in 2000 when Sinndar triumphed as RTE used the BBC's Jim McGrath to call the race in the absence of Tony O'Hehir), as well as the 2001 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe when the TV rights briefly transferred from the BBC to Channel 4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Holt_(commentator)

PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
RODNEY MASTERS Reports for the Racing Post Thursday August 25th 2011 
“TWISTON –DAVIES injury woe on second ride back …..

“IN HIS brief riding career WILLY TWISTON-DAVIES - has experienced the joyous peaks and painful depths of jumping and the teenager’s luck took another downward plunge yesterday when he broke his left ankle at Worcester on only his second ride back from fracturing the same leg.

“The highly regarded 16- year-old conditional –already a winner over Aintree’s Grand National fences was due to undergo surgery last night in Gloucester Hospital following a transfer from Worcester Royal Infirmary.

“The set back came just four days after he made a triumphant return to the racecourse with a runaway win on MAD MOOSE in one of the summer’s most valuable handicap hurdles at Newton Abbott, where he was making his comeback following four months off with a fractured left femur.

“During his absence the son of trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies had swapped his amateur status for a professional conditional licence. His second ride back was yesterday’s mount on BALLYGULLEEN, who unseated him at the second fence in the conditional jockeys’ handicap chase.

“Within a second or two he was clutching his left ankle. The fence was dolled off  and his elder brother Sam, riding their father’s PAPRADON  took an anxious glance across passing the jump were medics were attending to the teenager.

“PAPRADON  went on to win, but the winning jockey’s attention was soon focused on his brother’s fall and after weighing in, he dashed across the course. His father was already there and accompanied Willy in the ambulance to the nearby Royal Infirmary. Sam, after completing a latter ride, went to join them, and Willy later tweeted: “In hospital about to go in to have an operation on my ankle. My fault falling off, not enough schooling , silly mistake on my behalf rushing!”

“After winning at Newton Abbot on Saturday, Willy asked about his ambition for the season, replied; “To stay free of injury and ride lots of winners.”



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