Thursday, 20 June 2013

FRIDAY JUNE 21st CH4 MORNING LINE PREVIEW OF THIS AFTERNOON'S ACTION DAY FOUR OF FIVE FROM ROYAL ASCOT. START 1.40. RACES 2.30. 3.05. 3.45. 4.25. 5.00. 5.35.



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REVIEW OF  OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES TODAY
 
  19 ran . Winner £39,697
WIN: KIYOSHI partner JAMIE SPENCER  trainer Charles Hills for Qatar Racing Limited. 8-1. Slow out of stalls, raced in rear,  picking up 2f out, took up running  over 1f out, hung veering right when clear, away from stands and all the cheering crowds frightening her. Left the rest of the field behind, did not cause any interference. Ran clear and won easily by 3l+ Jamie found it was impossible to guide her from the saddle on the bridle,  she was overwhelmed by the crowds cheering, she was galloping in get away mode. JAMIE a passenger in the saddle to the line.


3:05 ASC King Edward VII Stakes (Group 2) (Colts & Geldings) Cl1 1m4f CH4  
WIN: HILLSTAR 3 8-12 partner RYAN MOORE trainer Sir Michael Stoute for Sir Evelyn De Rothschild 15-2.



3:45 ASCCoronation Stakes (British Champions Series) (Group 1) (Fillies) Cl1 1m CH4
WIN: SKY LANTERN (IRE) 3 9-0 partner RICHARD HUGHES handler presenter trainer Richard Hannon for B Keswick.  Settled in behind, came through to win easily by 4 lengths 17 Ran 9-2f.
  


 
CH4 MORNING LINE PREVIEW
7.55am to 8.55am
http://racing.channel4.com/





 
DAY FOUR OF FIVE ROYAL ASCOT 2013
 
Hearts will be racing this afternoon at Royal Ascot


 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ascot_Racecourse

News for royal ascot

  1. Royal Ascot: Queen and Lady Cecil are emotional winners
    BBC Sport ‎- 2 hours ago
    It was fitting that the Queen and Lady Cecil were the winners on a hugely emotional Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot, says BBC Sport's Frank Keogh.


Royal Ascot: All Smiles As Queen Wins Gold Cup - Sky News

news.sky.com/story/1106351/royal-ascot-all-smiles-as-queen-wins-gold-cup
4 hours ago – The Queen could not conceal her delight as she picked up the Royal Ascot's Gold Cup with her horse Estimate.



News for royal ascot fashion

Telegraph.co.uk
 
 




QUEEN ELIZABETH 11
Prince Philip home from hospital  good.
http://royal-ascot.racingpost.com/
http://royal-ascot.racingpost.com/horses/cards/


Videos from Royal Ascot 2013
http://royal-ascot.racingpost.com/

 
MONTY ROBERTS
2013
 

Royal Ascot: Estimate stars for the Queen

 in Gold Cup


By James Burn
ESTIMATE provided the Queen with a famous Royal Ascot triumph when she captured the Gold Cup on day three of racing's most prestigious meeting on Thursday. (9 hours ago)More
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REVIEW YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/results/home.sd?r_date=2013-06-20 
_date=2013-06-19


Royal Ascot: Remote sweeps to Tercentenary win


By David Baxter
THE rapidly improving Remote continued his progress with a stylish performance to make it three wins on the spin, giving John Gosden and William Buick their first winners of the week. (8 hours ago)More
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Tweets

Murtagh philosophical following Simenon run

Johnny Murtagh (@JohnnyMurtagh) tweeted: "So near and yet so far, some days you're the bird some days you're the statue. Well done to the Queen and Lady Cecil." (7 hours ago)

 

Bigger crowd at Ascot

Day three of the royal meeting attracted a crowd of 61,954 compared to last year's figure of 60,294. Ascot chief executive Charles Barnett said: "It was a tremendous crowd on what proved to a thrilling and emotionally-charged day." (6 hours ago) 

PREVIEW TODAY'S CARDS
http://www.racingpost.com/news/live.sd






Ascot to water

Chris Stickels said on Thursday: "I'm going to put on 4mm tonight on the whole track. We might get a shower before racing tomorrow but I can't count on it. It is most likely to rain on Saturday." (7 hours ago)





Friday rides: Hughes and Fallon reveal their best chances


Friday rides: Hughes and Fallon reveal their best chances (5 hours ago)More




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CH4 MORNING LINE PREVIEW ROYAL ASCOT
A VITAL BALANCING ACT IN PRACTICE

CH4 British Horseracing Team attempting to build that bridge between the bloodhorse literate and the bloodhorse illiterate to enable a far greater understanding of the horses and their minders needs and rights every day.


Ch4 Team bring us a window into the world of horseracing (am) (pm).


There will be many Fair Ladies at Ascot today
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5Sq1Pax7h8


The clues are here but can you spot them?
Royal Ascot Notes can be found here please scroll down to David Ashforth Feature and JMC Turfcall's thread (17.06.13)
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PREVIEW CHECK OUT ALL CHALLENGERS TODAY AT ROYAL ASCOT FROM
TEAM (Aidan) O'BRIEN and TEAM (Richard) HANNON. TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT HOW THEY GET ON THIS AFTERNOON. DO YOUR OWN REVIEW AFTER. KEEP IN YOUR REFERENCE FLAT TURF FILE.WITH RACING POST TO BUILD YOUR OWN FORM FILE.

 
 






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(Bloodhorse Literate In Theory and In Practice) (Professional Handler Riders)
Clare (Equus Zone Broadcaster Presenter) Balding
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Nick (Lord Snooty) (Broadcaster Presenter) Luck.
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Simon (Commentator ) Holt
 

 
PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
PART TWO

YEATS
Sadlers Wells (USA)  - Lyndonville (IRE)
(b 1981)     -       (b 1988)
http:famousracehorses.co.uk/Yeats.htm//www .





Work began on the ten per cent over lifesize
version in October 2010.


 
YEATS STATUE TO BE UNVEILED

To commemorate the achievement of Ascot‟s greatest equine legend, the four-time Gold Cup
winner Yeats, celebrated sculptor Charlie Langton was commissioned to create a ten per cent
over life-size bronze of the horse who dominated Royal Ascot from 2006 to 2009.
Yeats, now standing at Coolmore Stud in Ireland, was owned by Sue Magnier and Diane Nagle,
trained by Aidan O‟Brien, and ridden by Kieren Fallon (2006), Michael Kinane (2007) and
Johnny Murtagh (2008 and 2009). The statue will be unveiled at Royal Ascot and in his own
words, Charlie Langton talks in glowing terms of the challenge:
“The process began last summer with a week of measuring, sketching and sculpting at Coolmore
Stud. This was the most important stage as I was able to get to know Yeats from watching him in
his daily routine and then spend time speaking to the lads and all those that know him well. It was
vital that I gained a complete picture of the horse from those closest to him.
“I had my own very strong mental image of Yeats parading around the ring at Ascot to add to this
information and therefore I could establish a pose that married all these elements. He always
carried his head in a very distinctive way and later on vital that I gained a complete picture of the
 
horse from those closest to him as I was keen to capture the horse‟s character as well as his physical
 
dimensions.
“I had my own very strong mental image of Yeats parading around the ring at Ascot to in his career,
 
as his neck developed, he became instantly recognisable. He is beautifully proportioned. From the
 
side he is deep and powerfully built, especially through the shoulder he is sinuous and yet every line
 
flows with an effortless grace. From the front he is streamlined and slender - even his ears are close
 
together when pricked. It is easy to see why he had so much success when considering this
 
combination of power and aerodynamism.
 
“But the thing that really strikes me about Yeats is how he moves. He is almost regal in his head
carriage and he glides over the ground effortlessly. I could not have had a better subject for my
first life-size bronze.
 
“Having made a one quarter scale maquette of Yeats, I began work on the ten per cent over lifesize
version in October 2010. The process involves a steel armature, on top of which I added clay
– over forty bags were needed (more than one tonne). Over sixty measurements taken from Yeats
were used along with video footage, my sketches and maquettes, and I also made trips back to
Coolmore to refresh my eye. He took over eight hundred hours to sculpt.





CH4 MORNING LINE ACTION TODAY




Today's Horse Racing Cards

Calendar
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM (GoingStick: Stands' side 9.8, Centre 10.1, Far side 10.1, Round 9.3). (White cloud)
STALLS: Straight course - Centre; Round course - Inside
 
 
 
 
 


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