Friday, 14 June 2013

SATURDAY JUNE 15th CH4 MORNING LINE PREVIEW 7.55am TO 8.55am.PLUS THIS AFTERNOONS LIVE RACING FROM SANDOWN PARK 1.50. 2.20. 2.55. YORK 2.05.2.40.3.05. 3.50. MUSSELBURGH 3.30.



 
 
SATURDAY JUNE 15th CH4 MORNING LINE PREVIEW
 
OF THIS AFTERNOONS LIVE RACING ACTION FROM YORK,
SANDOWN PARK, AND MUSSELBURGH



ALL NEXT WEEK

QUEEN ELIZABETH 11
Get well soon Prince Philip we miss you.
http://royal-ascot.racingpost.com/
http://royal-ascot.racingpost.com/horses/cards/
2013

Tuesday June 18th to Saturday June 22nd 2013.

CH4 LIVE ROYAL ASCOT COVERAGE TO INCLUDE PREVIEW MORNING LINE EVERY DAY
MONTY ROBERTS
2013
 
 
REVIEW YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

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PREVIEW TODAY'S CARDS
 
 
SOME OF THIS WEEKS RACING POST NEWS




MACMILLAN CHARITY DAY AT YORK



DON'T MISS RICHARD HUGHES IN THE POST TODAY
'MY ROYAL ASCOT HOPES (P12-13) AND WHY I'M RIDING AT YORK TODAY
TEAM HANNON
 A BUSY DAY TODAY FOR TEAM HANNON CHECK OUT ALL HIS CHALLENGERS.

PLUS GUIDE TO ROYAL ASCOT'S INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGE P20-21



YOU WILL NEED RICHARD'S INFO TODAY FOR YOUR ROYAL ASCOT
PREP PREVIEW FILE
RICHARD HANNON TEAM
TEAM HANNON
http://www.richardhannonracing.co.uk/


CH4 TRIBUTE TO SIR HENRY CECIL
WHO DIED AFTER A LONG  BATTLE WITH CANCER
ON TUESDAY


 
racing PLUS
York takes centre stage ... ROYAL ASCOT An eight-page special previewing five days of brilliant Flat turf action in Berkshire



THE WEEKEND CARDS IN TIME ORDER.

 


THE RACING POST: TODAY’S BIG TALKING POINT

Rodney Masters on a seamless transition and poignant hope for Ascot.
 
“WHATEVER else happened in Sir Henry Cecil’s colourful life, his professionalism came undiluted. It was never allowed to be compromised. Typically, he had meticulously planned for the transition to be seamless. And seamless it has been. Winners are flowing.
 
“Four more runners for Lady Cecil today, spread across York, Sandown and Leicester,, but inevitably one talking point will be of Royal Ascot, where it was her late husband’s long held wish that Tiger Cliff would run in Tuesday’s Ascot Stakes.
 
“It was expressed by Sir Henry in a conversation two months ago with Henry Ponsonby, who organised the syndicate of owners of the lightly raced stayer.
 
“Recalling their discussion, Ponsonby said yesterday: “We were sitting in my drawing room near Lambourn having watched Lieutenant Miller, who is trained for us by Nicky Henderson, finish a short - head second at Newbury.
 
“Henry asked what my plan was for the horse, and I said he looked the right type for the Ascot Stakes. Henry looked at me and said Lieutenant Miller wouldn’t win the race because he had the winner in his yard; he seemed confident of that. I asked for the name of the horse. He replied, ‘you own it- Tiger Cliff’.”
 
“ Ponsonby added: “I spoke to Lady Cecil the other evening and she remembered the conversation we had that afternoon. She said Henry had a sixth sense about things like that. He had the option of waiting till the end of the month for the Northumberland Plate with Tiger Cliff but, as it was Henry’s express wish to run in the Ascot Stakes, that’s where he’ll run.”
 
“Tiger Cliff duly advertised his chance with his win a month later over 1m6f at Newmarket but, as Ponsonby pointed out yesterday, the talking point in the countdown to the Ascot Stakes will be whether he will stay 2m4f.
 
“He said: “He’s by no means certain to, and remember he’s had just the two races on turf. But clearly Henry considered he would stay.”
 
“While the Ascot Stakes does not feature repeatedly in the staggeringly successful  inventory of Sir Henry’s 75 winners at the royal meeting, he did win it in 1992 with the Pat Eddery-ridden Gondolier, the 7-1 favourite. With Tom Queally on Tiger Cliff, Graham Lee will be on Lieutenant Miller. Ponsonby added: Ponsonby added: “I’ll be doing the forecast. And hoping for a dead heat.”
 
“Today one of Lady Cecil’s runners Stipulate, will feature in a Channel 4 race, the Listed Ian and Kate Hall Macmillan Ganton Stakes (3.15) at York. The entry was made by Sir Henry. Stipulate’s losing sequence stretches to 10, but he generally makes the frame. This would be a good day to do rather better. Lady Cecil fields two in a Sandown maiden at 4.35 and one of them, Al Guwair, will be partnered by Frankie Dettori, who will be hoping for a good book of rides at Royal Ascot. (see story page 14)
 
“Some onlookers had suggested in recent weeks that, without Frankel and Black Caviar, Royal Ascot would lack something. Most of all we will miss Sir Henry, and the mind drifts back to his healthy robust years, with that long-legged pace from weighing room to saddling boxes with a saddle across his arm, frequently saddles across both arms. Always with a cigarette on full roar.

 
“A winner there for Lady Cecil would mean so much to racing. Come on Tiger Cliff. Sir Henry reckoned you can.” ENDS
 
DAVID ASHFORTH pays tribute in his column today, page 27.
‘In the final furlong there was Frankel, a golden sunset during Cecil’s quietly brave and dignified endurance of cancer’ .




 
Pause for Thought
 
Racing Post News Analysis The Thursday Report (RP 13.06.13)
 
HOW JOCKEYS ARE GETTING A ROUGH RIDE
 Jon Lees on attempts to improve the lot of struggling jockeys as their earnings continue to lag behind those of other professional sportspeople.
 
 ROUGH RIDE
“Study paints pictures of long hours, arduous travel, high injury risk and ‘comparatively little financial reward’ for majority of jockeys.
 
 
Racing Post News Analysis The Thursday Report (RP 06.06.13)
 
HOW TRAINERS FIND THEMSELVES IN NO MANS LAND
“73% of trainers polled by the Post in Britain say they’re struggling to make it pay.
 Paul Eacott examines the findings of a survey that paints a bleak picture and reveals low expectations for the future.
 
TOUGH TIMES
“ Nearly three-quarters of all trainers say they are struggling to make it pay.
Ferdy Murphy (Jumps Trainer) has moved to train in France.
 
 
 
CH4 MORNING LINE PREVIEW

A VITAL BALANCING ACT IN PRACTICE
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-XCmb6t6Zw

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

Hearts will be racing this afternoon at York, Sandown Park and Musselburgh

The clues are here but can you spot them?



PRESENTED BY NICK LUCK

CH4 EQUUS ZONE GUIDE

(Bloodhorse Literate In Theory and In Practice) (Professional Handler Riders)

Clare ( Broadcaster Presenter) Balding

Mick ( Presenter) Fitzgerald

Emma (mm's) (Presenter) Spencer

Sam (Presenter) Thomas

Alice (In Wonderland) Plunkett
 

Gina (Presenter) Bryce


 

CH4 PUNTERS ZONE GUIDE
(Bloodhorse Illiterate in Practice)

(Betting in Action) (Betting in Theory) (Form Analyst) (Market Movers) (Betting Stats)

Nick (Lord Snooty) (Broadcaster Presenter) Luck.

Jim (Jimbo ) (Form Analyst)) McGrath

Tanya (Punters Champion) Stevenson

Graham (Form Analyst) Cunningham

Tom (Betting in Action) Lee

CH4 INTRODUCTION ZONE GUIDE
 
(Go-Between) (Bloodhorse Illiterate) (Bridge Over Troubled Water)
 
Rishi (Presenter) Persad .
 
Richard (Presenter) Hoiles
 
Nick (Director of International Racing) Smith


CH4 CALLING THE HORSES ZONE GUIDE
 
Simon (Presenter) Holt

Richard (Presenter) Hoiles

Mike (Cat) (Presenter) Cattermole


Richard (Presenter) Hoiles
 
 


MORNING LINE CONTENT TODAY

Jockey in Profile Paul Hanigan

Paul Hanagan is a leading British flat horse racing jockey. Hanagan has twice been crowned champion jockey on the flat in Britain, riding 165 winners in 2011 to defend his title, having won his first title with 191 winners in 2010.

 

Paul sums up his window into the World Sport of Horseracing in two words
 “Intense, Tough.”

 
 

 

Richard Fahey Trainer at Home in Profile

Richard welcomes CH4 Mick Fitzgerald and Rishi Persad to his home,
his team and his horses. With 15 runners today. And, looking forward to the challenges
TEAM FAHEY has for ROYAL ASCOT next week

TEAM FAHEY TODAYS RUNNERS
http://www.racehorse-trainer.com/latest-news.html  

SANDIVA Two Year-Old Chestnut Filly   Footstepsinthesand  -  Miss Corinne
Sandiva the best 2yo Richard has ever trained he tells us.Will she be running at Royal Ascot next week?
http://www.racingpost.com/horses/horse_home.sd?race_id=570036&r_date=2013-08-22&horse_id=831433#topHorseTabs=horse_race_record&bottomHorseTabs=horse_form 


WOW, WOW, WOW
 what a fabulous website
http://www.sportinglife.com/racing/news/article/465/8773695/richard-fahey-size-it-up 
 

 

 
 

  RACES SHOWN ON TERRESTRIAL TV

FEATURE RACES

WORLDWIDE STAKES RACES

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SANDOWN RUK

GOING: GOOD (Good to firm in places; GoingStick: Sprint 8.4; Round 8.1) (Home Bend at mid-configuration and out 5 yards up Home Straight - adds 5 yards to Round Course distances). (Partly cloud)
STALLS: Sprint course (Full width) - Far side; Round course - Inside
FEATURE RACE  
1:50 Cash Out Multiples Only On Betfair Handicap Cl3 1m1f CH4 Card Betting
2:20 Novae Insurance Handicap Cl2 1m14y CH4 Card Betting
2:55 Novae Bloodstock Insurance Scurry Stakes (Listed Race) Cl1 5f6y CH4 Card Betting
3:30 Pritch London Handicap Cl4 5f6y Card Betting
4:05 Thwaites Wainwright Handicap Cl3 7f16y Card Betting
4:35 Agelou Horse Racing & Prudence Production EBF Maiden Stakes Cl5 1m2f7y Card Betting
5:05 Aquariva Tequila Handicap Cl4 1m6f Card Betting
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YORK RUK

GOING: GOOD TO FIRM (GoingStick 7.9; Home Straight: Far side 7.8; Centre 7.9; Stands' side 7.8) (Rail moved out 3m from 9f to entrance to home straight, adding 7yds to official race distances of 1m and over). (Showers)
STALLS: 6f & 1m4f - centre; remainder - inside
FEATURE RACE
2:05 Queen Mother´s Cup (Lady Amateur Riders) (Handicap) Cl3 1m4f CH4 Card Betting
2:40 ladbrokes.com Stakes (Handicap) Cl2 1m208y CH4 Card Betting
3:15 Ian And Kate Hall Macmillan Ganton Stakes (Listed Race) Cl1 1m CH4 Card Betting
3:50 Macmillan Charity Sprint Trophy (Handicap) Cl2 6f CH4 Card Betting
4:20 Ice Co Supporting Macmillan Stakes (Handicap) Cl4 1m208y Card Betting
4:50 Reg Griffin Appreciation EBF Maiden Stakes Cl3 6f Card Betting
5:20 Charles Henry Memorial Stakes (Handicap) Cl4 6f Card Betting
 


 


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