TOTESCOOP6 NOT WON ROLL OVER PENDING
TODAY'S TOTESCOOP6 RACES
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
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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
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
JS Bolger (IRE) for Mrs JS Bolger 20-1 from POWER 15-8f
Feature race for 3yo+
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
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
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
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.
Feature race for 3yo+
JOHN (Greatest Jockey) FRANCOME BLOODHORSE LITERATE
A lifetimes experience to date, shared with the greatest professional horsemen and the greatest racehorses.
JIM (Jimbo) McGRATH
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.
LORD LLOYD WEBBER'S PABLO PICCASO PAINTING THE ABSINTHE DRINKER
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.
"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."