Friday, 23 September 2011

C4 THE MORNING LINE 7.55am to 8.55am EVERY SATURDAY LINK UP TODAY WITH NEWMARKET, CHESTER, HAYDOCK PARK AND MARKET RASIN




LIVE ON C4 HEARTS WILL BE RACING TODAY AT NEWMARKET, CHESTER, HAYDOCK PARK and MARKET RASEN 

THROUGH THE KEYHOLE THE CLUES ARE THERE, AN INTERESTING AND ENTERTAINING PROGRAM GUIDE WITH PREVIEWS, REVIEWS, KEY CURRENT NEWS, UPDATES, ALL RELEVENT TO THIS AFTERNOONS LIVE ACTION FROM THESE FOUR TRACKS



C4 HISTORY IN THE MAKING THE NEW LIVE MORNING LINE
HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:
NICK (Lord Snooty) LUCK HOST PRESENTER BROADCASTER
NICK brings us a power packed Morning Line with all the news, views and updates surfacing this week. Bloodhorse Illiterate
http://twitter.com/#!/nickluck/status/72761794954924032
http://www.racehorseowners.net/en/news/horseracing-tweets.cfm


GUEST STAR DAVID SIMCOCK has a chance in both the feature races this afternoon at Newmarket as follows:
  
Simcock runs I’M A DREAMER 4 9-3 partner WILLIAM BUICK in the 3.10 Feature Race Newmarket the Group 1  Sun Chariot Stakes, value to winner £98,902.24.

Simcock runs PINTURA 4 9-6 partner ADAM KIRBY in the 3.50 Feature Race Betfred Cambridgeshire value to winner £99,600

David Simcock is a Group 1-winning racehorse trainer, based in Newmarket. Since starting out in 2004, his career has gathered considerable momentum with 2010 stable star Dream Ahead giving him his biggest successes to date. We hope that you enjoy the site and find plenty of interest here. If you want to find out more about David, access 'The Trainer' link. Or if you want to catch up with all that's happening at Trillium Place, click on to 'News'. Here you will find details of runners, winners and every other aspect of life at Trillium Place. If you are interested in ownership, there is information under the 'Horses for Sale' link. Of course, if you have any feedback about the site, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Access the 'Contact Us' page and drop us a line. We would like to think that you'll keep coming back to the site on a regular basis as we feel the content is worth returning to.
http://www.davidsimcock.co.uk/  
http://www.racingpost.com/horses/trainer_home.sd?trainer_id=16143#topTrainerTabs=trainer_record_race_form&bottomTrainerTabs=trainer_big_race_wins


JOHN (Greatest Jockey) FRANCOME (Bloodhorse Literate)
A lifetimes experience to date, shared with the greatest professional horsemen and the greatest racehorses. Preparing to bring us this afternoons Live racing action from Newmarket the heart and home of British horseracing.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Francome

EMMA (M’S) SPENCER HOSTESS PRESENTER (Bloodhorse Literate)
EMMA brings us her Feature Race Form Guide http://www.dailymail.co.uk/property/article-2008606/Emma-Spencers-2-95m-Newmarket-home--market-7m.html


TANYA (Tipbits) STEVENSON brings us her BETTING BULLETIN’S
And introduces Hayley O’Connor PR for Ladbrokes down in the betting ring. Form Specialist Broadcaster up to the minute on line betting stats, market movers. Bloodhorse Illiterate. Email Tanya: racing@channel4.com


JIM (Jimbo) McGRATH preparing for this afternoons Live racing action from Newmarket the heart and home of British horseracing.

NEWMARKET TURF FLAT
http://interactiveracecard.bluesq.com/course/newmarket

C4 Live 2.05 Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes (Group 2) (Colts and Geldings) (Class 1) for 2yo’s over 1m winner £12,450 http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/cards/card.sd?race_id=535640&r_date=2011-09-24#raceTabs=sc_
WIN: DADDY LONG LEGS (USA) 2 8-12 partner C O'DONOGHUE handler presenter? trainer Aiden O'Brien (IRE) for Tabor, Smith and Magnier 11-4 from TENTH STAR 6-1

C4 Live 2.35 Jaguar Cars Cheveley Park Stakes (Group 1) (Fillies) (Class 1) for 2yo’s over 6f winner £92,720.85  http://horses.sportinglife.com/Racecards/0,12495,448665,00.html
WIN: LIGHTNING PEARL (IRE) 2 8-12 partner J MURTAGH  handler presenter TETYANA
 GORNIKOVA  trainer G M Lyons (IRE) for Pearl Bloodstock Ltd from SUNDAY TIMES 33-1
C4 Live 3.10 Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot Stakes (Group 1) (Fillies and Mares) (Class 1) for 3yo+ over 1m winner £98,902.24
WIN: SAHPRESA (USA) 6 9-3 partner CHRISTOPHE-PATRICE LEMAIRE handler presenter JOEL SEGOUIN trainer Rod Collet (FR) for Teruya Yoshida 13-8f from CHACHAMAIDEE

Feature Race
C4 Live 3.50 Betfred Cambridgeshire (Heritage Handicap) (Class 2) for 3yo+ over 1m1f winner £99,600  http://horses.sportinglife.com/Racecards/0,12495,454340,00.html  
WIN: PRINCE OF JOHANNE (IRE) 5 8-12 partner JOHN FAHY(3) handler presenter KATRINA MASSOM trainer Tom Tate for David Storey 25-1

CHESTER TURF FLAT
C4 Live 4.10 Best Football Prices At Victor Chandler.com Handicap (Class 2) for 3yo’s over 1m2f+ winner £18,675
WIN:
HAYDOCK PARK TURF FLAT
C4 Live 3.20 sports360.co.uk Lester Piggott ”Start to Finish” Handicap
(Class 2) for 3yo+ over 5f
WIN:
MARKET RASEN TURF JUMPS
C4 Live 2.20 totescoop6 “Prelude” Hurdle (Handicap) (Listed Race) (Class 1) for 4yo+ over 2m 1f winner £17,085
WIN: RUMBLE OF THUNDER 5 10-9 partner RICHIE McGRATH handler presenter? trainer Kate Walton for the Well Oiled Partnership 20-1 from KING IN WAITING

C4 Live 2.50 totescoop6 “Prelude” Handicap Chase (Lister Race) (Class 1) for 4yo+ over 2m6f+ winner £28,475
WIN: BENNY BE GOOD 8 11-8 partner JAMES REVELEY handler presenter? trainer Keith Reveley for John Wade 20-1 from BUCK MULLIGAN

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TOTESCOOP6 RACES FOR SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24th 2011
The Totescoop6 this weekend is around £650,000 while any lucky winners will play for a guaranteed £500,000 in the bonus fund

The bonus and win fund rolled over which means there is now £57,994 in that particular pot and the combined pools should reach around £650,000.
totescoop6 races – 24/09/11
Leg 1: 2.20 Market Rasen
Leg 2: 2.50 Market Rasen
Leg 3: 3.10 Newmarket
Leg 4: 3.20 Haydock
Leg 5: 3.50 Newmarket
Leg 6: 4.10 Chester

totescoop6 rollovers – 24/09/11
Win: £57,994
Bonus: £500,000 guaranteed (currently £370,956)


THE RACING POST SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24th 2011
TODAYS BIG TALKING POINT
ANDREW SCUTTS "Looks at who could make headlines this afternoon. Backers seek answers from QUESTIONING.
“WHO will go off favourite for the first leg of the autumn double? It looks like being all change at the head of the market for the Betfred Cambridgeshire. DARE TO DANCE has been all the rage but trainer Jeremy Noseda has raised ground issues to put his participation in doubt. The feeling is this will lead to punters relying on an old ally in John Gosden, responsible for two of the last four winners and three in all including gambled on favourites in HALLING and PIPEDREAMER.
“QUESTIONING has had momentum all this week. He’s trained by Gosden and with his good record in this and other big handicaps, this is the one punters want to be with."


PAUSE FOR THOUGHT

RICHARD HUGHES WRITING IN THE POST EVERY  SATURDAY BRINGS A FRESH PERSPECTIVE FROM THE SADDLE.
ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17th HUGHES MADE THIS STATEMENT:
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"Jockey's just want to know the whip rules .... I regard myself as something of a pioneer in correct whip use. I amalways lecturing young jockey's not to hit horses when they are out of contention. I despise people who hit horses when they are not in the first three.





THE RACING POST SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24th 2011

TODAYS BIG TALKING POINT


PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
THE RACING POST SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24th 2011

TODAYS BIG TALKING POINT


PAUSE FOR THOUGHT








June 2011RICHARD HUG


Our Approa
“So I was extremely annoyed when I picked up a two-day ban at Kempton on Wednesday for hitting my horse at the start, which came as the result of me making a polite inquiry of the stipendiary steward, Chris Rutter.
“In the second race (6.10pm) I was riding OMNIPOTENT who was refusing to go forward at the start, so I gave him a reminder behind the saddle to encourage him to go forward.
“When I came in I was told that someone had got a ban for giving a horse a reminder at the stalls the other day. I wasn’t aware that the regulators (BHA) had brought in a new rule saying you can’t give a horse a backhander down at the start.
“As long as I have been riding it’s always been acceptable. There’s no difference hitting a horse behind the saddle to go forward whether he is stood still or galloping in a race. The main reason you give a backhander is to go forward. We were always taught to give them a reminder if they won’t go in.
“After the fourth race I went up to Rutter and asked him what the rule was about hitting horses down at the start. He said it was only if it was deemed to have been done in temper.
“That seemed OK to me, but after the fifth race they brought me in and suspended me. I asked the question and they went back to look at the video and then did me. The starter on the night thought it was quite acceptable and said so at the inquiry. I didn’t loose my temper but they said they didn’t accept it. Under the rule I’ve been done for, it’s a minimum of four days for hitting a horse in annoyance.
“I was bemused I only got two days because, after all, the starter had backed me up at the inquiry by saying in no way had I lost my temper. I am going to appeal but the hearing would be the same day as Newmarket on Thursday and I will have a busy enough day there without having to go to London first. Are you allowed to hit them or not? None of us know.
“We prefer not to put blindfolds on our horses. I think it’s safer to give one a simple tap behind the saddle rather than take the risk of putting a blindfold on a horse that’s never had one on before. I’m a horseman not a horse-beater. The reason I am appealing is I’m ashamed as I am not someone that loses his temper down at the start.” ENDS
J MARGARET CLARKE TURFCALL



This whip issue came to light at Kempton Park (Standard AW) on the evening of Wednesday September 14th 6.10pm Betdaq Multiples HandicapClass 6 for 3yo’s rated 57 – 65
over 1m4f OMNIPOTENT 3 9-7 partner RICHARD HUGHES finished 8th of 12 runners.
Report: Chased leaders to 3f out weakened 2f out 8-1. OMNIPOTENT has not had much racing but does not look as effective over middle distances on this surface as he did on his reappearance on turf over 7f.
For a senior licensed professional flat race rider to find it necessary to make a statement as this: “JOCKEY’S JUST WANT TO KNOW THE WHIP RULES … in the year 2011 -is a sad reflection upon British Horseracing regulation working practices, that such negligence on a scale as this has taken such a damning and dangerous grip. If professionally licensed riders are not allowed to know what the whip rules are how can they be expected to keep them? How can all the young riders just starting out be expected to know what the Whip rules are if the senior riders don't know? Everyone needs to know and to understand what the whip rules are, including the punters. Practising Veterinary surgeons have no idea of how to use a whip, as neither do RSPCA inspectors. That the BHA are intent on solving the present whip crisis by handing this issue over to such bloodhorse illiterate veterinaries and RSPCA officers proves beyond all shadow of doubt they are totally incompetent.
IT IS THE PRINCIPLE behind any and all whip tactics that urgently need to become established, to be recognised and properly understood by us all.

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ON A LIGHTER NOTE STRICTLY COME DANCING IS BACK
New Series 1/12 Series 9
HOSTED BY BRUCE FORSYTH AND TESS DALY
Friday September 30th 2011 9.00pm BBC1
All the stars are out tonight
news, pictures and www.radiotimes.com/strictly

“ENTERTAINMENT It’s only three weeks since the 14 celebrities were introduced to their dancing partners, with Bruce Forsyth joking that “On paper this looks like the best show yet. On the dance floor, I’m not so sure.” “Certainly their initial group dance was a bit wooden and only gave a few clues as to who might thrill with their fancy footwork and who might fall flat on their face. Lulu and Jason Donovan were concentrating so hard they looked as if they were sitting A-level maths, while Robbie Savage and Chelsee Healey both spent the entire show grinning from ear to ear.

“But, as we all know, you can be a rubbish dancer and still go far in this show, which will probably come as a great relief to Russell Grant. He’s well placed to be Strictly’s comedy turn and probably will, as Bruno Tonioli predicted, “be the spinning Tardis of dance, taking us to a whole new dimension”. Tonight the first seven couples take the floor, with the next set performing tomorrow. (Saturday October 1st) Jane Rackham Welcome to Planet Strictly:




Strictly Come Dancing
Friday September 30th at 9.00pm BBC1
Come backstage and meet the stars – step forward RT’s ballroom insiders Rory Bremner
and Alex Jones "If you’d told me six months ago I’d be dancing through the streets of Greenwich behind Edwina Currie, Russell Grant and Robbie Savage, I’d have called you barking mad. If I told you I enjoyed every minute of it, the boot maybe on the other foot. Welcome to Planet Strictly. When I was first approached, I was amazed by the warmth people have for the program. It’s an inspiring show, and I quickly realised that far from being mad to do it, I’d be mad not to. It’s the best party on television. I’ve done some sketches in my time, but this is the biggest. And no one knows the script.” 

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