Friday, 16 September 2011

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LIVE ON CH4 HEARTS WILL BE RACING TODAY AT AYR, NEWBURY     

  AND NEWMARKET

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 THREE MEETINGS.
PLEASE USE THIS LINK FOR THE NEWS BROUGHT TO US THROUGHOUT  THIS WEEK BY THE RACING POST 
http://turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.com/2011/09/racing-post-saturday-september-17th.html  

RP TODAY’S BIG TALKING POINT

JON LEES  ON A TRAINER OUT TO STEEL THE SHOW AT AYR AND NEWBURY 

FANSHAWE HAS HIS SIGHTS ON ANOTHER BIG SPRINT DOUBLE
“NOBODY can be in two places at the same time but James Fanshawe  was grateful for being in one place twice this year.
“A memorable double on the Saturday of Royal Ascot gave Fanshawe victories in the Golden Jubilee Stakes and Wokingham Handicap, all completed in the space of 40 minutes.
“He tries a similar feat today at Ayr and Newbury when MAC’S POWER and DEACON BLUES will try to plunder the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup and Dubai International World Trophy in half the time it took SOCIETY ROCK and DEACON BLUES to define the Fanshawe stable campaign.

“It’s asking a lot, particularly given the lottery like nature of the Ayr sprint, where the draw and a certain David Nicholls more often than not have the biggest say. Nicholls, who has trained the winner of the event an extraordinary six times, chose high for both his starters, REGAL PARADE and TAJNEED, following a trend of double-figure winners that extends to the last four runnings.

"Fanshawe’s turn to choose MAC’S POWER’S stall came late in the proceedings but he followed the example of another local specialist, Richard Fahey, who took low draws for all five of his contenders in the hope he had some inside knowledge. Fanshawe has never had a winner at Ayr. FRIZZANTE was favourite for the Gold Cup in 2003 but was beaten into sixth . The following year she won the July Cup. The Newmarket trainer won’t be in Scotland, but he will be watching intently from Newbury, where DEACON BLUES faces a stiff warm-up before his end-of-year assignment in next month’s Qipco British Champions Series Sprint at Ascot.
“Since winning the Wokingham, he has quickly put handicaps behind him with victories in successive Group 3 races, only for a brief hiccup to prevent him lining up in the Betfred Spint Cup at Haydock."

“Champions Day, Britain’s richest race day, is less than a month away and if today is a quiet one in Group 1 terms, a good performance this afternoon will help firm up plans for the autumn events ahead.

“The Dubai Duty Free Arc Trial may be misleadingly named, but for the upwardly mobile GREEN DESTINY, the returning Breeders’ Cup winner DANGEROUS MIDGE and SRI PUTRA, last seen in combat with SO YOU THINK and WORKFORCE in the Eclipse, the race could have real significance, even if it doesn’t lead to Paris.”

CH4 FOLLOW UP THIS AFTERNOON TO BRING US THE LIVE ACTION DIRECT FROM THESE THREE TRACKS, WHERE ALL YOUR HOMEWORK  CAN BE PUT INTO PRACTICE
ToteScoop6 Races Saturday September 17th 2011
Leg 1.  2.15pm Ayr William Hill Ayr Silver Cup
Leg 2. 2.45pm Ayr Laundry Cottage Stud Firth Clyde Stakes
Leg 3. 3.05pm Newbury Dubai Duty Free Handicap
Leg 4. 3.20pm Ayr William Hill Ayr Gold Cup
Leg 5. 3.30pm Newmarket Betfred Cesarewitch Trial  
Leg 6. 3.40pm Newbury Dubai International World  
NOT WON THIS DAY













C4 LIVE NEWBURY (TURF)
2.00  Dubai Duty Free Arc Trial (Group 3)  (Class 1) for 3yo+ over 1m3f + Winner £28,366
WIN: GREEN DESTINY (IRE) 4 9-6 partner KIEREN FALLON handler presenter? trainer William Haggas for Saleh Al Homaizi and Imad Al Sagar 2-1 favourite from AL KAZEEM 7-2

2.30 Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes (Group 2) (Class 1) for 2yo+ over 6f+
Winner £34,026

WIN: CASPAR NETSCHER 2 9-4 partner KIEREN FALLON handler presenter? trainer Alan McCabe for Chales Wentworth 15-8f from REDACT 9-1

3.05 Dubai Duty Free Handicap (Class 3) for 3yo+ over 1m2f+ Winner £46,687
WIN: TAQLEED (IRE) 4 9-1 partner TADHG O'SHEA handler presenter? trainer John Gosden for Hamdan Al Maktoum at 12-1 from NAQSHABBAN 11-1  nk

3.40 Dubai International World Trophy(Group 3)(Class 1) for 3yo+ over 5f+ Winner £28,355 WIN:  DEACON BLUES 4 9-3 partner FRANKIE DETTORI handler presenter OLEG SHEYHETS trainer James Fanshawe for Jim and Peter Hopper and Michelle Morris
5-4f from MASAMAH 14-1 by length 


C4 LIVE AYR (TURF)
2.15 William Hill Ayr Silver Cup (Handicap) (Class 2) for 3yo+ over 6f Winner £21,787.50

WIN:  CHEVETON 7 8-11 partner DALE SWIFT (3) handler presenter? trainer Richard Price for Mrs K Oseman 12-1 from MARVELLOUS VALUE



2.45 Laundry Cottage Stud Firth of Clyde Stakes (Group 3) (Fillies)(Class 1) for 2yo fillies over 6f Winner £31,190.50
WIN:  ROGER SEZ (IRE) 2 8-12 partner DAVID ALLAN handler presenter? trainer Tim Easterby 14-1 from MISS WORK OF ART 9-4f  4 lengths

3.20 William Hill Ayr Gold Cup (Heritage Handicap) (Class 2) for 3yo+ over 6f             Winner £74,700 WIN:  OUR JONATHAN  4 9-6 partner FRANNY NORTON handler presenter KASHIF MALIK trainer Kevin Ryan for Marwan Koukash at 11- from ETON RIFLES 6-1f 2 lengths


C4 LIVE NEWMARKET (TURF)
3.30  Betfred Cesarewitch Trial (Handicap) (Class 2) for 3yo+ over 2m2f + Winner £32,345
WIN: COSIMO DE MEDICI 4 8-13 partner ROBERT HAVLIN handler presenter? trainer Hughie Morrison for Bevin, Doyle and Lawrence 13-2 from DARK RANGER 16-1. 1 length 
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


DEREK (Tommo) THOMPSON Bloodhorse Literate meets up with guest star Rt Hon Alex Salmond MSP at Ayr racecourse to preview the likely highlights of this afternoons exciting racing action.
TOMMO meets up with RICHARD FAHEY out on the track at Ayr with one of his many runners competing this afternoon, and update us on the likely going. conditions there.  
GUEST STAR  Rt HON ALEX SALMOND MSP Alex meets up with Tommo to light up Ayr pre the 2011 running of the Ayr Gold Cup Sprint off at 3.20 this afternoon.  
http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/MSP/MembersPages/alex_salmond/index.htm

TOM LEE THE PUNTERS FRIEND
Form specialist, broadcaster. Up to the minute on line betting stats, market movers. Bloodhorse Illiterate


GUEST STAR MARK EVANS
“INSIDE NATURE’S GIANTS 4/4 RACEHORSE
C4 documentary to be shown this next Tuesday September 2o at 8.00pm don’t miss it.
  Inside Nature’s Giants delves under the skin of these magnificent beasts to look at their unique anatomy and reveal the secrets of their evolutionary past. This is natural history as you’ve never seen it before - from the inside out. 
INFO: The Team dissects an elite racehorse to reveal how much animals have been biologically engineered for speed. Simon Watt visits the top breeding centre in Europe to find out how to produce a champion and Mark Evans investigates the science of these animals’ performance – and their susceptibility to injury.



SIMON HOLT CALLING THE HORSES
Broadcaster. Commentator  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. Bloodhorse illiterate
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Holt_(commentator)
Simon became a racecourse commentator in 1988, and made his TV debut for Channel 4 on 30 September 1994 at Newmarket. 
“Holt became the main commentator from the beginning of 2000, and his first meeting as Channel 4's senior race-caller came at Uttoxeter for the 'new millennium's first race-meeting'. He only covered the Derby and Oaks once for Channel 4, however, before BBC Sport took over coverage from Epsom in 2001. He 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. Bloodhorse illiterate
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Holt_(commentator)

MIKE (Catt) CATTERMOLE
KEY, HOST BROADCASTER PRESENTER (Bloodhorse Illiterate)
New website at: www.MikeCattermole.com

MONTY ROBERTS
PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
  
J MARGARET CLARKE TURFCALL
Mark Evans guest on the program this morning talked to us about the up and coming C4 documentary to be shown live next week on Tuesday September 20th from 8.00pm to 9pm. The anatomy of the horse. 
When one looks back at the history of the horse and the way in which the horse has helped us all, throughout history one gets the overwhelming  feeling that we all owe the horse big time. And respect at all times.
MONTY ROBERTS in the C4 ‘BLUSHING ET’  Documentary
Monty's words say it all from the start, his words echo down the centuries calling us to wake up and to pay attention to what we are at,  now, to stop taking horses for granted. To stop knocking horses about, and to start understanding them, something that Monty Roberts at our own Queen Elizabeth request came to England to address with her in the 1980's.

It is vital that all the young ones growing up today learn the right way and not the old cruel way.


Jock a master craftsman bringing along Nashwan yearling kindly, carefully and quietly for Clive Brittain Newmarket 

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