Friday, 27 January 2012

C4 MORNING LINE SATURDAY JANUARY 28th 2012. 7.55am to 8.55am EVERY SATURDAY. JOIN UP TODAY WITH CHELTENHAM, DONCASTER AND THE RACING POST

                                              

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/channel-4-racing 

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C4 LIVE RACING TODAY FROM CHELTENHAM AND DONCASTER with back up info from the RACING POST




C4 MORNING LINE bring us a window into the world of horseracing. Through the keyhole the clues are there, but can you spot them? Preview of this afternoons action from these two racecourses.




TODAY'S CARDS: CHELTENHAM AND DONCASTER

Keep an eye on, check out, the Morning Line
Charity Bet Selections.


HEARTS WILL BE RACING THIS AFTERNOON AT CHELTENHAM AND DONCASTER

RESULTS


C4 LIVE BRING US THESE 4 RACES FROM:
CHELTENHAM JUMPS TURF

2.05. Murphy Group Chase (Handicap) (Group 3) (Class 1) for 5yo+ over winner £22,780
WIN: THE GIANT BOLSTER  7 10-3 partner TOM SCUDAMORE handler presenter? trainer David Bridgwater for Simon Hunt 7-2 fron POQUELIN 8-1

FEATURE RACE
2.35. Argento Chase (Registered As The Cotswold Steeple Chase)Bet Mobile At Betvictor.com Holloway's Hurdle (Limited Handicap) (Grade 2) (Class 1) 5yo+ over 3m 1f+ New winner £56,950
WIN: MIDNIGHT CHASE 10 11-6 partner DOUGIE COSTELLO handler presenter CARA WOOLACOTT trainer Neil Mulholland for Lady Clarke 11-2 from TIDAL BAY 9-2


3.10. Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle (Registered As Classic Novices' Hurdle Race (Grade 2) (Class 1) for 4yo+ over 2m 4f+ New.  winner £14,237.50
WIN: BATONNIER  (FR) 6 11-5 partner WAYNE HUTCHINSON handler presenter? trainer Alan King for H R Mould

FEATURE RACE
3.40. Rewards4Racing Cleeve Hurdle (Grade 2) (Class 1) for 5yo+ over 2m1f New winner £28,475
WIN: BIG BUCK'S (FR)  9 11-8 partner BUBY WALSH handler presenter ROSE LOXTON  trainer Paul Nicholls for The Steward Family
http://www.racingpost.com/news/horse-racing/paul-nicholls-r-walsh-cheltenham-festival-cheltenham-awesome-big-bucks-records-15th-straight-win/981537/


C4 LIVE BRING US THESE 2 RACES FROM:
DONCASTER JUMPS TURF

FEATURE RACE
2.50. Sky Bet Chase (Handicap) (Listed Race)  (formerly the Great Yorkshire Chase ) (Class 1) for 5yo+ over 3m winner £42,712.50

WIN: CALGARY BAY (IRE) 9 11-11 partner DOMINIC ELSWORTH trainer Henrietta Knight Mrs T P Radford from SHAKALAKABOOMBOOM
http://www.racingpost.com/news/horse-racing/doncaster-knight-and-elsworth-strike-again-with-calgary/981492/top/ 


3.25. Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle (Registered As The River Don Novices' Hurdle Race) (Grade 2) (Class 1) 4yo+ over 3m+ winner £14,237.50
WIN: ROCKY CREEK (IRE) 6 11-6 partner DARYL JACOB handler presenter? trainer Paul Nicholls for The Johnson and Stewart Family 5-23 from GULLINBURSTE

and £103,849 in the bonus fund!

TOTESCOOP6 RACES FOR SATURDAY JANUARY 28th 2012

Leg 1. 1.30 Cheltenham:
Leg 2. 2.05 Cheltenham:
Leg 3 2.20 Doncaster
Leg 4. 2.35 Cheltenham:
Leg 5. 2.50 Doncaster:
Leg 6. 3.10 Cheltenham:

MORNING LINE TEAM

NICK (Lord Snooty) LUCK Host Presenter
Nick introduces us to this mornings Star Guest Tom Scudamore. Nick the power packed presenter who brings everything together. TOM does well in  the GUEST TEST the questions  are more difficult this year.
http://twitter.com/nickluck


GUEST STAR TOM SCUDAMORE BLOODHORSE LITERATE Tom has rides  at Cheltenham this afternoon, follow him and see how he gets on. Note who he rides for trainers and owners.
Tom Scudamore (born 22 May 1982) is a third-generation British flat and steeplechase jockey. He is the son of eight-time champion jockey Peter Scudamore; his grandfather Michael won the Grand National on Oxo in 1959.[1]
Background
Scudamore grew up in the tiny village of Condicote, Gloucestershire, which is deep in the heart of British jump racing. He has been riding since the age of two.[2] Scudamore was educated at Cheltenham College Junior School, and then Cheltenham College. Although Tom began riding as a jockey whilst still at Cheltenham College, there was always an educational back-up; he obtained two A-levels while maintaining a busy training schedule.


TANYA (e-mail female) STEVENSON The Punters Champion
Tanya out on the track at Cheltenham this morning checking out turf conditions and bringing us her betting bulletins, market movers and latest stats. Bloodhorse Illiterate.
email Tanya,  racing@channel4.com
http://www.racingpost.com/news/horse-racing/rp-greyhound-tv-racing-post-greyhound-tv-is-up-and-running/959436/


JOHN  (Greatest Jockey) FRANCOME Bloodhorse Literate in his own right.
"A lifetimes experience to date, shared with the greatest professional horsemen and the greatest racehorses."

JOHN (Mac) McCRIRICK The Punters Champion Bloodhorse Illiterate
Mac meets up with Tanya down in the betting ring and introduces us to Julie Williams, who brings us her own perspective as a Boards Bookmaker.

Mac a master craftsman on all the bets under the sun. "Double Carpet and All That.' Don't go racing without Mac's book:
 JOHN McCRIRICK’S WORLD OF BETTING
 Stanley Paul and Co Ltd 1991














JIM (Jimbo) McGRATH   Bloodhorse Illiterate. Runs through C4 competition info. 
  
Jimbo and Greatest Jockey take a closer look at the runners and riders competing in the Feature Races this afternoon.
2.35 Cheltenham Argento Chase 
3.40 Cheltenham Cleeve Hurdle

2.50 Doncaster Sky Bet Chase

Guest Star TOM SCUDAMORE has the following rides this afternoon at Cheltenham:

2.05. TOM partners THE GIANT BOLSTER 

3.10. TOM partners CATCH TAMMY

3.40. TOM partners DYNASTE

Jimbo has worked in horse racing throughout his adult life. Having failed in a brief quest to become a jockey in the summer of 1971, he joined the Timeform Organisation in Halifax, West Yorkshire after leaving school three years later. During a thirty-four and a half year stint there, he fulfilled many positions, from trainee race-card assistant to chairman.


A successful owner-breeder, who currently has interests in seven horses in training, with Tim Easterby, Richard Fahey and Mark Johnston, as well as a broodmare at the Curragh, he is also a non-executive director of Haydock Park and was recently appointed a trustee of BHEST.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2006/mar/06/horseracing.gdnsport3















STEWART MACHIN Bloodhorse Illiterate
Stewart 'CALLING THE HORSES' broadcaster getting ready for this afternoons action. Out  on the track at Doncaster with Tommo this morning.
Stewart began his career in horseracing in 1998 as a commentator for SIS. He worked for The Racing Channel and Racing UK since its launch in 2004 as both a presenter and commentator. Stewart has also been part of the Channel 4 Racing team since 2004.


DEREK (Tommo) THOMPSON Bloodhorse Literate  
 Tommo meets up with Stewart A cold and  frosty morning with the track all covered over to protect the turf for racing this afternoon.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derek_Thompson_(sports_commentator



PAUSE FOR THOUGHT



J MARGARET CLARKE TURFCALL

URGENT CONCERNS
  THE PRESENT BRITISH HORSERACING AUTHORITY REGULATOR BLOODHORSE ILLITERATE WHIP RULES
BHA set to reward good practice on whips ....  we are told ... How can the BHA's bloodhorse illiterate whip rules possibly be rewarded as good practice if causing abuse to both the horses and their riders?

How can the BHA possibly believe they can reward bloodhorse literate riders for riding
according to their bloodhorse illiterate whip rules?



The British horseracing authority regulator (BHA) still refusing to recognise true bloodhorse literacy. Or to see the need even to ensure that British horseracing is run using the standards set within bloodhorse literate guidelines, to ensure horses are not abused.
 

The BHA within the stewarding of the British Rules of Horseracing, are they saying that they believe our own Queen Elizabeth was wasting her time inviting Monty Roberts to stay with her at Windsor Castle in the early 1980's due to her interest in his bloodhorse literacy?
 
It is evident that bloodhorse literacy is understood like greased lightning by all horses worldwide, no matter what language is spoken by the two legged variety.














The countdown to the  two Championship Jump Meetings in the Racing Calendar have already begun. Both Cheltenham Festival and Aintree Grand National meetings 2012
are not very far away.
 
Cheltenham Festival has shocking form on the death and injury front. Plus the total  PR disaster at Aintree 2011. The bloodhorse literate whip abuse in the 2011 Grand National
and now the total PR disaster at Ascot over dress code, all make a mockery of true bloodhorse literacy. Mockery that it doesn't deserve.
 


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