Friday, 7 October 2011

C4 MORNING LINE EVERY SATURDAY FROM 7.55am to 8.55am TODAY LINK UP WITH NEWMARKET AND YORK TO BRING US EIGHT LIVE RACES

                                              
LIVE ON C4 HEARTS WILL BE RACING TODAY AT NEWMARKET AND YORK
 
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 TWO TRACKS

Tote Scoop6 Betting and Results

TOTESCOOP6 NOT WON ROLL OVER PENDING
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.
TODAY'S TOTESCOOP6 RACES
Leg 1: 2.20 York
Leg 2: 2.35 Newmarket
Leg 3: 2.50 York
Leg 4: 3.10 Newmarket
Leg 5: 3.50 Newmarket
Leg 6: 4.05 York
http://www.scoop6.co.uk/results/
Tote Scoop6 Betting Result 1st October 2011
Scoop6 Win Fund Total:
£234,714
Scoop6 Place Fund Total:
£64,557
Scoop6 Bonus Fund Total:
£350,000
C4 SHOW THE FOLLOWING RACES THIS AFTERNOON LIVE
C4 Live 2.05  Burj Khalifa Challenge Stakes (Group 2) (Class 1) for 3yo+ over 7f  winner £45,368
WIN: STRONG SUIT (USA) 3 9-5 partner RICHARD HUGHES handler presenter? trainer Richard Hannon for Qatar Bloodstock Ltd 13-8f from CHACHAMAIDEE (IRE)  7-4

Feature race for entire two year old colts
C4 Live 2.35 Emmar Middle Park Stakes (Group 1) (Entire Colts) (Class 1) for two year old colts over 6f   winner £92,720.85
WIN: CRUSADE (IRE) 2 8-12 partner SEAMIE HEFFERNAN handler presenter? trainer Aidan O'Brien fir M Tabor, D Smith, Mrs John Magnier 25-1 from LILBOURNE LAD 8-1

Feature race for two year old entire colts and fillies
C4 Live 3.10 Dubai Dewhurst Stakes  (Group 1) (Entire colts and fillies) (Class 1) for two year olds over 7f  winner £179,770.70
WIN: PARISH HALL (IRE) 2 9-1 partner KJ MANNING handler presenter? trainer
JS Bolger (IRE) for Mrs JS Bolger 20-1 from POWER 15-8f

Feature race for 3yo+
C4 Live 3.50 Betfred Cesarewitch (Heritage Handicap (Class 2) for 3yo+ over 2m2f
winner  £99, 600 
WIN: NEVER CAN TELL (IRE) 4 8-11 partner FRANKIE DETTORI handler presenter? trainer Jamie Osborne for Dr Marwan Koukash 25-1 from ERMYN LODGE 16-1


YORK FLAT TURF
C4 Live 2.20 coral.co.uk Stakes (Handicap) (Class 2) for 3yo+ over 5f winner £6,469 
WIN: LIVING IT LARGE (FR) 4 9-3 partner JOHN FAHY (3) handler presenter? trainer Ed de Giles for T Gould 20-1 from LE TOREADOR 33-1


C4 Live 2.50 Green Tick Stakes for Better Odds At coral.co.uk Stakes  (Handicap) (Class 2)for 3yo’s over 1m1f winner £12,938 
WIN
: OCEANWAY (USA) 3 9-4 partner SILVESTRA DE SOUSA handler presenter? trainer Mark Johnston for Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum 7-2f from WEAPON OF CHOICE 5-1

C4 Live 3.25 coral.co.uk Rockingham Stakes (Listed Race) for 2yo's  over 6f winner £22,684
WIN: BANNOCK (IRE) 2 9-0 partner SILVESTRA DE SOUSA handler presenter? trainer Mark Johnston for Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum 5-2 from MISS LEHAR
C4 Live 4.05 Coral Sprint Trophy (Handicap) (Class 2) for 3yo+ over 6f winner £46,667
WIN: SIRIUS PROSPECT (USA) 3 9-5 partner SHANE KELLY handler presenter? trainer Dean Ivory for Miss N Yarrow 13-2 from KALDOUN KINGDOM 6 9-0 at 14-1


THE RACING POST WEEK MONDAY OCTOBER 3rd to SUNDAY OCTOBER 9th 2011
http://www.turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.com/
TODAY'S BIG TALKING POINT
STARS OF TOMORROW WALKING IN FOOTSTEPS OF GIANTS

JON LEES  on time past and time future coming together at Newmarket
“NEWMARKET uses the past to define the future – and with some justification. Shorn of the Champion Stakes, it gives Britain’s most prestigious two-year-old race a platform of its own again and repackages it as the showpiece event of a new program designed to identify the stars of 2012. The track has put a second Group 1 race, the Emaar Middle Park Stakes, on the same card and given birth to what from today will be known as Future Champions Day.
“The Dewhurst reads like a future who’s who of the Classic scene of the last ten years and includes NEW APPROACH, SIR PERCY, SHAMARDAL and ROCK OF GIBRALTAR, while among the former winners of the Middle Park is subsequent sprint star OASES DREAM. If only Future Champions Day had started 12 months ago when FRANKEL captured the Dewhurst and DREAM AHEAD the Middle Park, because the horses that line up in today’s two races are walking in the footsteps of giants. While DREAM AHEAD very possibly bowed out with a career-high defeat of France’s  darling  GOLDIKOVA in last Sunday’s Prix de la Foret, to add to earlier victories in the July Cup, the 2,000 Guineas winner FRANKEL aims to complete another unbeaten campaign at Ascot next weekend where he is the undoubted star of the inaugural British Champions Day.  “They are a near impossible double act to follow. FRANKEL beat Irish 2,000 Guineas winner RODERIC O’CONNOR in last years Dewhurst, while DREAM AHEAD slammed this season’s Jersey and Lennox Stakes winner STRONG SUIT, who is set to start favourite for today’s Burj Khalifa Challenge Stakes, in the Middle Park.
“Yet with the Rockfel Stakes, who’s former graduates include the 1,000 Guineas winners FINSCEAL BEO and SPECIOSA, and Autumn Stakes, remembered for having  produced NASHWAN and NAYEF and in which MASKED MARVEL ran last year, there is plenty of potential for the unveiling of a future star. The question is who will emerge from today’s examinations?  Setbacks to Richard Hannon’s HARBOUR WATCH and Roger Charlton’s TOP OFFER have deprived the Dewhurst of two of next year’s leading 2,000 Guineas fancies, opening the door to the likes of POWER or the unbeaten pair BRONTERRE and EKTIHAAM to secure winter favouritism should they win today. The Middle Park has become a sprinters’ production line, but a 16-strong field, the biggest for 20 years, is evidence the two races can operate side by side. It’s a new chapter for Newmarket but a concluding one for jockeys with this being the last major raceday before new whip rules come in on Monday.”

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



NICK (Lord Snooty) LUCK HOST PRESENTER BROADCASTER
NICK delivers a power packed Morning Line bringing to life today’s fantastic racecards from Newmarket and York together with the latest news, updates, reviews surfacing this week, and the previews for this afternoon’s action.
NICK  introduces us to Morning Line Guest Star Sir Mark Prescott who challenges for the Cesarewitch at 3.50pm this afternoon with TUSCAN GOLD 4 8-8 partner SEB SANDERS to be run on the Rowley Mile Turf Track Newmarket.. With 34 runners due to line up for this truly historic race as the excitement gathers pace … can TUSCAN GOLD win this? What do you think? Tanya will be bringing us the betting moves pre the off. To be run over
 2miles 2furlongs, so not quite such a lottery as the top sprints …
Feature race for 3yo+
C4 Live 3.50 Betfred Cesarewitch (Heritage Handicap (Class 2) for 3yo+ over 2m2f
winner £99, 600
WIN: NEVER CAN TELL (IRE) 4 8-11 partner FRANKIE DETTORI handler presenter? trainer Jamie Osborne for Dr Marwan Koukash 25-1 from ERMYN LODGE 16-1


GUEST STAR SIR MARK PRESCOTT
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF SIR MARK PRESCOTT a born entertainer soon getting all enthralled on the Morning Line and no doubt many many viewers at home watching as well. His handicap coups, sense of humour and storytelling are the stuff of legend, as familiar as his great winning percentages and love of blood sports.

WAYNE BAILEY examines the record of the trainer with nearly 40 years in the game...
“In response to a reader request, we give the low-down on the legendary trainer, Sir Mark Prescott...

“Edward Heath was British prime minister, the Elvis classic 'The Wonder Of You' was number one, and the building of the World Trade Centre was finally completed. The year was 1970.

“There was another significant event that year however... Mark Prescott gained his first training licence. As a baronet, he inherited his knighthood, but the fact that he's still firing the winners home 38 years later definitely entitles him to be called 'Sir'!

“I think the stacks of form-books would collapse on top of me if I tried to analyse every runner he's had, so here's a breakdown of his record for the past eight years only!”

“My mother was theatre and art critic for Punch for 30 years. She was an influential art critic. I was very lucky, because my father and mother were very different. They were each very careful to make sure that we were interested in what they were interested in, for which I’m very grateful.

“I never heard my mother and father have a row. I’m sure they had terrible rows but never did any of us hear. And when they got divorced, to the day each of them died, I never ever heard one of them run the other one down. “Don’t you worry your mother”, I can hear the old man say. “Don’t you ever worry your mother”.

 “My mother,  regarded me as a ewe-lamb. That’s the wonderful thing about mothers; they always do. Peter Sutcliffe, the mass murderer who killed all those poor prostitutes in Bradford, I’m sure his mother regarded him as a little ewe-lamb. However, I think my father and step-father had much more of an influence on me than mother.

SOME GREAT VIDEOS TO WATCH HERE
http://www.plantationstud.co.uk/stallions.cfm?stallion_id=1&page=video

Plus other interesting info here.






TANYA (Tipbits) STEVENSON brings us her BETTING BULLETIN’S
TANYA  form specialist broadcaster up to the minute on line betting stats, market movers, introducing us to SIMON CLARE Director of Communications  for Corals, and also to Michael Prosser Clerk of the Course,  out on the Rowley Mile turf track at Newmarket confirming decent good ground for this afternoon’s key racing action.
Bloodhorse Illiterate. Email Tanya: racing@channel4.com

JOHN (Greatest Jockey) FRANCOME BLOODHORSE LITERATE
A lifetimes experience to date, shared with the greatest professional horsemen and the greatest racehorses.

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

JIM (Jimbo) McGRATH
http://www.jimmcgrathracing.com/

DEREK (Tommo) THOMPSON BLOODHORSE LITERATE
Tommo  out on the track at York to check out ground conditions, meets up with WILLIAM DERBY Chief Executive at York and FREDERIK TYLICKI  Champion apprentice last year with rides this afternoon.


PAUSE FOR THOUGHT



LORD LLOYD-WEBBER’S WIFE, MADELEINE STARS ON THE ALAN TITCHMARCH SHOW FRIDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 7th  ITV1.
SOLD FOR £35m: LLOYD WEBBER’S  PICCASO FINALLY GOES UNDER THE HAMMER AFTER FOUR-YEAR WRANGLE OVER OWNERSHIP.
“Lord Lloyd-Webber's wife, Madeleine bringing news of their Arts Foundation and their amazing adventure thus far involving the Picasso-The-Absinthe-Drinker - painting.
"With the Arts Council cutting left, right and centre, there are some fantastic organisations with fantastic people that will wither and die without support. It's nice to feel you can give back. Andrew's been lucky in his life and he's passionate about young people and giving opportunities to them.  He found there were so many talented young ones who took part in his TV Series, where the eventual outcome was just one winner, all the others that took part, so talented, but through it all at the end there could only be one winner.”
J MARGARET CLARKE TURFCALL
NOW through the Lloyd Webber Arts Foundation it is the intention to change all that, thanks to the eventual sale of the PICCASO painting. (Please see info to close)
Would the Lloyd Webbers sprinkle a little of their magical stardust to help all the young ones just starting out in racing, learning to handle and to ride out thoroughbred racehorses placed by owners in training? To date there is no accountable bloodhorse literate career structure steps, no financial wage structure, no incentives to learn the true skills needed to handle and ride these beautiful horses who can so quickly loose confidence if placed in the wrong hands.

GEORGE McGRATH recently pointed out to the media that he finds it impossible to go into any schools to talk to the children about choosing a career in horseracing due to these sad facts.

LORD LLOYD WEBBER'S  PABLO PICCASO PAINTING THE ABSINTHE DRINKER

MAIL ONLINE BEN TODD and AMY OLIVER
Last updated at 9:07 AM on 24th June 2010

LLOYD WEBBER’S ART FOUNDATION WINS PICASSO CASE
“SOLD for £35m: Lloyd Webber’s Picasso finally goes under the hammer after four-year wrangle over ownership.

"Theatre impresario SIR ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER's art foundation have won a legal battle over the ownership of a PABLO PICASSO painting.
The composer purchased The Absinthe Drinker (Angel Fernandez de Soto) in 1995 for $28.8 million (£18 million) and later donated it to his educational charity.

"But Julius H. Schoeps, an heir to German banker Paul von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, launched a legal bid for ownership, alleging his ancestor was forced to sell the masterpiece after fleeing the Nazis in the 1930s.

"IN 2006, a judge issued a temporary ban preventing the Foundation from selling or displaying the painting publicly while the dispute was ongoing.

"On Thursday (07 Jan10), von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy's heirs released a statement confirming they have reached a confidential agreement and have now relinquished claims of ownership - and the ban is no longer in place.

"A spokesman for the Foundation says, "The Trustees of The Andrew Lloyd Webber Art Foundation are pleased to announce that Professor Julius Schoeps and all other heirs of Paul von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Elsa von Kesselstatt have settled and relinquished any and all claims of title in the Foundation's painting The Absinthe Drinker (Angel Fernandez de Soto) (1903) by Pablo Picasso."




Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1289132/Sir-Andrew-Lloyd-Webbers-Picasso-The-Absinthe-Drinker-sold-35m.html#ixzz1a6yU7Yy9


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