Friday, 20 April 2012

C4 MORNING LINE 7.55am TO 8.55am SATURDAY APRIL 21st 2012 JOIN UP WITH AYR AND NEWBURY THIS AFTERNOON



 
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 afternoon's live action from:
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NEWBURY (Flat Turf) 2.00. 2.35. 3.10. 3.45

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TODAY'S CARDS Ayr (Jumps Turf)  Newbury (Flat Turf)  Bangor-on-Dee (Jumps Turf)  Nottingham (Flat Turf) Thirsk (Jumps Turf) Wolverhampton (Flat AW) Naas (IRE)



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RESULTS REVIEW NEWBURY FRIDAY APRIL 20th  2012
http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/results/home.sd?r_date=2012-04-20


FULL RESULTS REVIEW FRIDAY APRIL 20th 2012
http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/results/home.sd?r_date=2012-04-20


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THE MORNING LINE CHARITY BET SELECTION
Keep an eye on these always interesting



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RACING POST NEWS
WEEK MONDAY APRIL 16th TO SUNDAY APRIL 22nd 2012
http://turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/racing-post-saturday-april-21st-2012.html  



"WHO WILL PRICEWISE ROW IN WITH  TODAY?

DEPENDS IF TOM ONLY HAS A BHA PLANK FOR A PADDLE ....
Find out on pages 18-19



FERGIE'S VIKING RAIDER
"Paul Nicholls left Aintree with the National treasure - now he's out to plunder more at Ayr with the help of Sir Alex ....



TODAY'S BIG TALKING POINT
LEE MOTTERSHEAD on a rising star who is short on experience but big on talent.
"PAUL NICHOLLS last weekend captured the John Smith's Grand National with a veteran chaser making the final stop in a glittering career. Seven days on, the now 50-year-old champion trainer seeks to land Scotland's version of the Aintree showpiece with a very different, altogether less experienced, horse. It will be no easy mission but, as owner Sir Alex Ferguson has shown, you can achieve plenty with kids.

"Only a handful of punters believed Neptune Collonges capable of springing a 33-1 shock last Saturday. Many more expect HARRY THE VIKING, this afternoon racing for only the seventh time under rules and only four months after making his debut over fences, to justify anti-post favouritism in the £180,000 Coral Scottish Grand National ........



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Newbury Flat Turf Ch4 LIVE
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AYR Jumps Turf CH4 LIVE2.15. 2.50. 3.25
Feature Race


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C4 MORNING LINE PREVIEW TEAM ARE:-

HOST PRESENTER
Nick (Lord Snooty) Luck
Ch4 Out and About
C4 TEAM take us to Arlary House Kinross the home of trainer  Lucinda Russell to take a look at how racehorses are handled and ridden, prepared athletically behind the scenes for competition on the racetrack. 

 Ch4 GUEST STAR   this morning is Lucinda's Licensed Conditional Handler -Rider CAMPBELL GILLIES who joined up with Lucinda in the Autumn of 2007 and has quickly established himself as one of the country's leading conditionals. He is a talented work rider and schooling jockey who also works hard at home and deserves the success that he has.

'It does not matter what you are going to do, always strive to be the best. That is what this yard is all about'

CAMPBELL GILLIES partners QUACITY (FR) 8 10-0 this afternoon for Lucinda in the 5.10 at Ayr The Weatherbys Bloodstock Insurance Novices' Handicap Chase (Class 2) for 5yo+ over 3m1f winner £12,996


In the 'Bloodhorse Literate' world a Conditional Rider is licensed by the BHA for the purpose -  learning his trade along the road to eventually becoming a professional jump jockey.


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FERGIE'S GOING FOR THE DOUBLE
"Sir Alex is hot on the trail of the Scottish Grand National - and three crucial points against Everton ...
"Hannon's bidding to tighten the grip - He's dominated the Classic trials at Newmarket this week, and now trainer Richard Hannon goes into what is believed to be his favourite Guineas prep race, the Greenham at Newbury this afternoon, with BRONTERRE, a horse already proven on the soft ground he will face today. "
James Willoughby, pages 2-3


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Scoop6 races Saturday April 21st 2012
 http://www.scoop6.co.uk/scoop6-races.htm
Leg 1. 2.00  Newbury
Leg 2. 2.35  Newbury
Leg 3. 2.50  Ayr
Leg 4. 3.15 Thirsk  
Leg 5. 3.25  Ayr
Leg 6. 3.45 Newbury  

http://www.tote-betting.net/horse-racing-results.php



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PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
CONDITION RACES
The "Hands and Heels " Series Finale

AYR (Jumps Turf)
1.40 Purvis Marquees Racing Excellence "Hands and Heels" Finale Handicap Hurdle (Conditional/Amateurs) (Class 3) for 4yo+ over 2m4f. winner £
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IT will be interesting to see how this race pans out to be.

J Margaret Clarke Turfcall Comment

This "Hands and Heels" objective is a step in the right direction but nothing joins up properly within what we are led to believe is a multi billion pound British horseracing industry. British horseracing is being run without a Bloodhorse Literacy Zone within government.


A key zone, without which there would be no multi billion pound British horseracing industry, now a highly dangerous zone, at present heading out of control in the wrong direction, a zone if left ignored or interpreted the wrong way over time becomes a safety hazard of extreme violence death and crippling injury which we are seeing nearly every day now on British racecourses. The present bloodhorse illiterate powers that be do not realise  this, or place any value in the bloodhorse literate skills needed at this level,  running what we are led to believe is a multi billion pound British horseracing industry as a welfare charity. There is no true bloodhorse literate career structure, there is no true bloodhorse literate wage structure.


These two web links put the whole subject into clear perspective.  If racing was being run properly SYNCHRONISED AND ACCORDING TO PETE  would not have lost their lives in
 the 2012 running of the Grand National at Aintree.


These authorities are out of order because they are bloodhorse illiterate. They are irresponsible because they are bloodhorse illiterate.  They are cheating  the young ones wishing to try a career in racing  because they are bloodhorse illiterate. They are colluding to mislead all true handler riders who have achieved bloodhorse literacy in their own right. Where is the bloodhorse literate whip review?
 






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