Friday, 3 May 2013

SATURDAY MAY 4th CH4 MORNING LINE PREVIEW 8am to 9am OF CH4 LIVE RACING THIS AFTERNOON FROM NEWMARKET QIPCO GUINEAS MEETING FLAT TURF 2013. 2.05. 2.35. 3.10. 3.50. AND GOODWOOD FLAT TURF 2.20. 2.55.

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Lee Mottershead on a 2,000 Guineas sure to set the pulses racing
“THE long months of waiting and hoping will soon be over. The countdown to a classic that began even before last year’s race was run is in its final hour.

“To the exposed and exposing plains of the Rowley Mile come 13 thoroughbreds, a brilliant bakers dozen whose two highest-profile members are billed by connections as perhaps the best they’ve ever had. Such daring confidence inflates our fascination. This is indeed a Guineas to savour.
“Those closest to Dawn Approach and Toronado talk as though defeat is out of the question, yet for at least one of the two defeat is assured. One is unbeaten in five starts, the other flawless in four, but on the first great Flat afternoon of 2013 they bring their impeccable records and towering reputations into racing’s most historic combat zone, where the market principles will compete for a Qipco 2,000 Guineas strewn with intriguing subplots.
 
Jim Bolger, a man strangely unaccustomed to 2,000 Guineas success, will say on a later page of this newspaper that he rates Dawn Approach “on a par with the best horses I’ve trained”.  Richard Hannon, 40 years down the line from his first  2,000 Guineas triumph, believe Toronado to be exceptional, a view backed up by son-in-law Richard Hughes, returning today as a Racing Post columnist and described his big-race mount as “very possibly the best horse I have ever ridden.

 

J Margaret Clarke Turfcall Comment

The clues are here but can you spot them?
Hearts will be racing this weekend at Newmarket's Qipco Guineas meeting.



EQUUS ZONE IN CONTEXT


RIDING THE ROWLEY MILE
is far, far more difficult than it looks
 
The Life and Times of
WALTER SWINBURN
"the choir boy"
 
WALTER one of the greatest true pioneering Flat race riders the people in this world have ever seen over all the centuries. A true professional bloodhorse literate superstar in his own right.

Is  DAWN APPROACH a good thing, this afternoon?
Walter Swinburn (now retired from race-riding), Classic winning jockey talks to the Racing Post (Friday May 3rd)
If you’ve raced on the Rowley Mile before I always think you have 7lb in hand. It’s a daunting course and DAWN APPROACH has already been there and done it as a two- year- old. The Dip, the uphill climb and the course being so open can make it so hard for horses if they haven’t experienced it before. The extra furlong won’t matter for DAWN APPROACH and with his style of racing he would get a mile and a quarter. WALTER has suffered shocking power abuse throughout his career in the saddle, especially by the bloodhorse illiterate British Horseracing Regulators. Walter has partnered some truly great horses, and has helped many horses become great..
 
MIRROR IMAGE REFLECTION BETWEEN HORSE AND RIDER IN THIS CATAGORY
IN-TUNE WITH EACH OTHER AT RACING PACE THE KEY INGREDIENT


PUNTERS ZONE racing PLUS – THEORY
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Get ready for lift off

Dawn Approach has been the hot favourite for the Qipco 2000 Guineas for months. Trainer Jim Bolger reckons the horse is one of the best he has ever trained. Can he live up to the hype or will the likes of Toronado and Mars userp him today at Newmarket. Yes, Yes, Yes DAWN APPROACH wins. His part owner Sheikh Mohammed Godolphin  there to call him home. What a wonderful day  to enjoy after all the bloodhorse illiterate power abuse burdened upon him by the BHA over the last month or so over the anabolic steroid  healing medication havoc. Taken out of context here by the bloodhorse illiterate powers that be. 



 
 
FLAT TURF TEAM CHALLENGERS

There are two very big Flat Team challengers with runners in the 2000 Guineas today
and the 1000 Guineas tomorrow.

Team Hannon (GB)

Team O’Brien (IRE)

Observe how their runners get on and note down in your Flat Racing Reference
File Review Section how they run. For your future reference.




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A Vital Balancing Act in Theory and in Practice

 
The clues are here but can you spot them?
 
Clare (Presenter) (Equus Zone)  Balding (pm)
 (Bloodhorse Literate)(In Theory) (In Practice)

Clare out and about at Newmarket introducing us to owners, trainers,
 horse presenter' minders .... where the action is at the dangerous sharp end.



Nick (Lord Snooty) (Punters Zone) Luck 
(Host Broadcaster) (Betting in Action)
 
Nick brings us an exciting focus preview on this afternoons racing action from Newmarket Flat Turf and Goodwood Flat Turf.

Morning Line Guest Superstar KIEREN FALLON (riding at Goodwood this afternoon take a look and see his book of rides) talks to Nick about this afternoon’s fabulous racing action. KIEREN one of the greatest true pioneering Flat race riders the people in this world have ever seen over all the centuries. A true professional bloodhorse literate superstar in his own right. Kieren has suffered shocking power abuse throughout his career in the saddle, especially from the Bloodhorse Illiterate British Horseracing Government RegulatorYes, Yes, Yes  KIEREN partners KHIONE to win the 2.20 at 4-1. and GEORGE GURU to win the 2.55 at 10-1.


Nick talks to Newmarket Equine hospital veterinary David Dugdale, about the anabolic steroid causing so much havoc in global horseracing at present. Jimbo and Graham also put several questions to David. Horseracing shows just how fast and easy it is to take things out of context. There is an old saying ‘If you don’t know what you are expected to talk about, say you don’t know, and say nothing more. David made the mistake this morning of not only attempting to speak himself, about areas of horseracing that he knows nothing about, but he spoke up for other people not present this morning, bloodhorse illiterate people who work within the BHA. (prejudice, patronising) To some people it may seen extraordinary to call a veterinary bloodhorse illiterate. David is a vet not a horseman. He has no place to speak as a true horseman .Or for a true horseman. Or to carry out or dictate a 'Whip Review'. Or to sanction a bloodhorse illiterate 'Whip Rule' as his collegue veterinary Tim Morris did whilst placed under the dictatorship of the BHA. More later
 
We go to Manton to meet up with Brian Meehan and his Team, one of which  handler rider RACHEL FIELD introduse us to  the two- year-old she has in her care (didn't catch name) 


Emma (MM'S) (Equus Zone) (Bloodhorse Literate) Spencer
(In Theory) (In Practice). (am) (pm)


We catch up with MM’S talking to DAWN APPROACH in the racecourse stables and to GER FLYNN, DAWN APPROACH’s travelling horseman over from Ireland. A mega task travelling racehorses make no mistake about that.  GER tells us DAWN APPROACH has a wonderful temperament, calm, wonderfully intelligent, understanding fast what he is asked to do, full of confidence in the people he knows around him at home, and whilst travelling with GER to take care of him and mind him.
When will we see you again? In the Epsom Derby?



 

Mick (Equus Zone) (Bloodhorse Literate) Fitzgerald
(Group 1) (Theory) (Practice)



Jim (Jimbo) (Punters Zone) (Betting in Action) McGrath
(Form Specialist) (am) (pm)
Jimbo brings us the History of the 2,000 and 1,000 Guineas


Tanya (Punters Champion) Stevenson
(Market Movers) (Stats) (Betting in action)  (am) (pm)
Tanya out on the track at Newmarket’s Rowley Mile Course wearing her “BLUE  RACEMAKER COAT” explaining to us that all racegoers at Newmarket today can go up and talk to the CH4 Team members wearing this coat for guidance about horseracing. .Yes, yes, yes great idea



Graham (Punters Zone) Cunningham (am) (pm)
(Betting in Action)

Graham brings us all his key Betting in Action Clues in Feature Races



Tom ( betting in practice) ( market movers) (betting stats) Lee



Simon (Calling the Horses) (Newmarket) Holt (pm)



Mike (Cat) (Calling the Horses) (Goodwood) Cattermole (pm)



Richard (Calling the Horses) Hoiles

Today's Horse Racing Cards






 NEWMARKET CH4 RUK
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM (Good in places; watering to maintain; GoingStick 8.7). (White cloud)
STALLS: Stands' side course: 2000 Guineas & Jockey Club - Centre; Remainder - Stands' side
 
 

GOODWOOD CH4 RUK

GOING: GOOD (Good to firm in places on the round course; GoingStick 8.1) (First 2f of 1m course dolled out 5yds increasing distances on that course by about 15yds). (White cloud)
STALLS: Straight course - Stands' side; Round course - Inside

 

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