Friday, 3 February 2012

C4 MORNING LINE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4th 2012.7.55am to 8.55am EVERY SATURDAY JOIN UP TODAY WITH LINGFIELD PARK (AW)

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

 

C4 LIVE RACING TODAY FROM LINGFIELD PARK  (AW)  
with back up info from the RACING POST
C4 charted the progress in re-claiming these gardens live

 PAUL ROY AND PAUL BITTAR NEED TO MIND THEMSELVES AS THEY CONTINUE LEADING BRITISH HORSERACING IN THE WRONG DIRECTION, AT PRESENT THEY ARE BOLTING DANGEROUSLY DOWN THE WRONG PATH  DISTROYING OTHER PEOPLES LIVES AND THE HORSES LIVES AND CAREERS UNJUSTLY AS THEY GO .

RACING AT SANDOWN PARK AND FFOS LAS (TURF) OFF TODAY IN THE GRIP OF AN ICY BLAST

C4 LIVE RACING INSTEAD FROM LINGFIELD PARK (AW)  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 Lingfield Park.

TODAY'S CARDS: Lingfield Park. Wolverhampton

C4 LIVE BRING US THESE 3 RACES FROM:
LINGFIELD PARK (AW) FLAT

2.30. Blue Square Sprint Series Round 5 Handicap (Qualifier) (Div 11) (Class 6) for 4yo+ over 6f winner £2,726. 80

WIN: THE WEE CHIEF (IRE) 6 9-7 partner KIERAN O'NEILL handler presenter? trainer Jimmy Fox for R E Kavanagh 7-1 from PICANSORT 11-2



3.00. Bet At Blue Square Handicap Chase (Class 3) for 4yo+ over 1m winner £6,792.45  

WIN: AMITOLA 5 9-2 partner JOE FANNING handler presenter? trainer David Barron for J Browne at 9-1 from LOCKANTANKS 11-2



3.35. Blue Square Bet Handicap (Class 3) for 4yo+ over 1m4f  winner £6,792.45  

WIN: LAYLINE (IRE) 5 8-11  partner SHANE KELLY handler presenter? trainer Gay Kelleway for Whispering Winds and Bob Smith. 9-2 from FRANCO IS MY NAME 14-1



MORNING LINE TEAM

NICK (Lord Snooty) LUCK Host Presenter
Nick introduces us to this mornings Star Guest Wayne Hutchinson. Nick the power packed presenter who brings everything together.

GUEST STAR WAYNE HUTCHINSON BLOODHORSE LITERATE IN HIS OWN RIGHT 
WAYNE, the yard’s second jockey, (Alan King) seems destined to become one of the game’s leading players. His race riding has now developed confidence and maturity to the point where he is not only an excellent back-up to “Choc”, but also, when not riding a Barbury horse, is first choice jockey of our close neighbour, Jim Old. He is also in demand from many other trainers including Ian Williams. He was by no means bred into the job – he is a postman’s son! However, he learnt his trade from two former greats in the shape of Stan Mellor and Jeff King, before coming to Barbury in the summer of 2002.
http://www.racingpost.com/horses/jockey_home.sd?jockey_id=76788#topJockTabs=jockey_race_record&bottomJockTabs=jockey_form

http://www.thepja.co.uk/thecouncil.aspx  




OUT AND ABOUT BLOODHORSE LITERACY ZONE
GUEST STAR SAM THOMAS BLOODHORSE LITERATE IN HIS OWN RIGHT  SAM THOMAS is a jump jockey. Born in Abergavenny in 1984.  Starting out with trainer Venetia Williams at seventeen. SAM partnered DENMAN to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup in 2008 for owner P K Barber and trainer Paul Nicholls. A great bloodhorse literate achievement.

http://www.racingpost.com/horses/jockey_home.sd?jockey_id=79754#topJockTabs=jockey_race_record&bottomJockTabs=jockey_form

This morning Sam takes us to the home of licensed trainer Ferdy Murphy in North Yorkshire to meet up with a 'dark horse' in training there. A dark horse is a horse just starting out who is showing encouraging  signs of becoming a smart racehorse.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/other_sports/horse_racing/8562293.stm 

Ferdy Murphy Racing, Wynbury Stables, West Witton, Leyburn, North Yorkshire. DL8 4L

http://www.racehorsetrainers.co.uk/Ferdy%20Murphy/Ferdy.htm


 

TANYA (e-mail female) STEVENSON The Punters Champion
Tanya brings 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/



JIM (Jimbo) McGRATH Bloodhorse Illiterate.
This afternoon Jimbo takes a closer look at the career of OSCAR WHISKY . http://www1.skysports.com/horse-racing/news/12426/7466557/Oscar-Whisky-tops-Welsh-14 

SIMON HOLT COMMENTATOR  Bloodhorse illiterate 
(born 18 April 1964) is a British horse racing commentator, who since the beginning of 2000 has been the main race commentator for Channel 4.
Simon became a racecourse commentator in 1988, and made his TV debut for Channel 4 on 30 September 1994 at Newmarket.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Holt_(commentator)  [edit] Commentary career


JOHN (Greatest Jockey) FRANCOME Bloodhorse Literate achiever in his own right.
"A lifetimes experience to date, shared with the greatest professional horsemen and the greatest racehorses."  John introduces us to Lisa Hancock at Oaksey House Lambourn this morning, Lisa highlights the Oaksey House perspective join up, working practices in action. 

Oaksey House supports bloodhorse literate achievers, it could be said that this project of Lord Oaksey's, himself a bloodhorse literate achiever in his own right is a "Bloodhorse Literate Zone "

"A bloodhorse Literate Zone" badly needed now within the British Horseracing Authority Regulation Disciplinary,  and Licensing Departments. Without which British horseracing will continue on getting more and more dangerous day by day, until  racecourses are the very last place on earth that any family will wish to go to, to have a day out, for fear of getting killed. The British Horseracing Authority send jockeys to include the horses out like gladiators.

GLADIATORS
"The ancient Romans are often seen as bringing civilisation to the western world, but they regarded the slaying of gladiators as a normal form of entertainment. Kathleen Coleman describes what went on, and examines the society that accepted such barbarity without question."
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/romans/gladiators_01.shtml

http://www.injuredjockeys.co.uk/ 








PAUSE FOR THOUGHT



THE LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN HISTORY AND RESTORATION
"Heligan, seat of the Tremayne family for more than 400 years, is one of the most mysterious estates in England.

"At the end of the nineteenth century its thousand acres were at their zenith, but only a few years later bramble and ivy were already drawing a green veil over this “Sleeping Beauty”. After decades of neglect, the devastating hurricane of 1990 should have consigned the Lost Gardens of Heligan to a footnote in history.

"Instead, events conspired to bring us here and the romance of their decay took a hold on our imaginations. Our discovery of a tiny room, buried under fallen masonry in the corner of one of the walled gardens, was to unlock the secret of their demise. A motto etched into the limestone walls in barely legible pencil still reads “Don’t come here to sleep or slumber” with the names of those who worked there signed under the date – August 1914. We were fired by a magnificent obsession to bring these once glorious gardens back to life in every sense and to tell, for the first time, not tales of lords and ladies but of those “ordinary” people who had made these gardens great, before departing for the Great War.

"We have now established a large working team with its own vision for our second decade. The award-winning garden restoration is already internationally acclaimed; but our lease now extends into well over 200 acres of the Wider Estate, leaving the project far from complete. We intend Heligan to remain a living and working example of the best of past practice, offering public access into the heart of what we do.

"Our contemporary focus is to work with nature, accepting and respecting it and protecting and enhancing the variety of habitats with which our project is endowed."



HISTORY AND RESTORATION OF THE BRITISH HORSERACING AUTHORITY AT PRESENT DANGEROUSLY OUT OF TOUCH WITH THE TRUE REALITY OF THEIR SHOCKING BLOODHORSE ILLITERACY


ORMOND (1883-1904)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Porter_(horseman)

Racing record
Ormonde was trained at Kingsclere by John Porter for the 1st Duke of Westminster. As a two-year-old, Ormonde did not race until the end of the season when he won the Post Stakes, the Criterion Stakes and the Dewhurst Stakes in quick succession.



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