Friday, 12 July 2013

SATURDAY JULY 13th CH4 THE MORNING LINE THIRD AND LAST DAY OF NEWMARKET JULY FESTIVAL 2.05. 2.40. 3.15. 3.50. ASCOT 1.55. 2.30. YORK 1'45. 2.20. 2.55. 2013.

 
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RACING REVIEW FROM YESTERDAY'S 

CONTROVERSIAL OUTCOME

 THE 2.40 FALMOUTH STAKES AT NEWMARKET.

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ELUSIVE KATE-WILLIAM BUICK and SKY LANTERN-RICHARD HUGHES

Trainer Richard Hannon of SKY LANTERN is considering an appeal into the outcome of the Falmouth. They have got until Monday to do so.
Frankie Dettori Superstar Guest on the Morning Line spoke up about yesterday's performance and the outcome saying: "BHA Stewards decide upon the horse who would have won regardless of the interference. "
JMC: The only other thing they bother about is whether the successful jockey had been guilty of careless riding. After that they shut up shop ignoring everything else. End of story.
Interferance? What interference?
JAMIE STIER, BHA director of raceday operations and regulation, says "Racing is about the best horse winning."


SATURDAY JULY 13th CH4 MORNING LINE PREVIEW
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Some of Racing Post News This week
http://turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/saturday-july-13th-racing-post-2013.html
http://turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/monday-july-8th-racing-post-2013-pipe.html


Today's Racing Post

Pic: All the sprinters challenging for the July Cup

FAST FAST FAST
Leading speedballs line up for an exhilarating July Cup at Newmarket.
Ten great Races from three tracks live on C4 
Pricewise heads the RPTIPPING team with six top bets
A mine of information from our columnist Richard Hughes
Check out the book of rides Richard has this afternoon at Newmarket.



racing PLUS
The Weekend Cards in Time Order

Irresistible Force?
Clive Cox's flying grey Lethal Force out to follow up his stunning Royal Ascot display
 in the July Cup  (£.P2-3

Can he? Can't he? Will he? Won't he?
What do you think? An open race Frankie said.




REVIEW YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/results/home.sd?r_date=2013-07-12
 
 
PREVIEW TODAY'S CARDS
 




ROYAL ASCOT 2013

 Thursday June 20th Ascot Gold Cup
Our Queen's ESTIMATE partner RYAN MOORE
Watch our Queen's Estimate win the Ascot :Gold Cup 2013.
EQUUS ZONE  
Through the keyhole the clues are here but can you spot them?

CH4  BRING US A WINDOW INTO THE WORLD OF HORSERACING
 
 
 
TODAY'S FEATURE RACE

3:50 NMKDarley July Cup (British Champions Series And Global Sprint Challenge) (Group 1) Cl1 6f CH4




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Hearts will be racing this afternoon at Ascot and Newmarket 


PRESENTED BY NICK LUCK
 
GUEST SUPERSTAR FRANKIE DETTORI, who partners HAVELOCK 6 9-5 for USA trainer Darrin Miller for owners Tommy and Bonny Hamilton, in today's feature race at Newmarket the 3.50 Darley July Cup a sprint over 6f. Can Frankie win this? What do you think? Will there be a blanket finish? A great line up of fabulous sprinters ... .promises to be an exciting race whoever wins.
 

About HAVELOCK the career life and times of HAVELOCK:  Has won Graded stakes from 5f up to 1m in North America on firm ground/Pollytrack, latest in a blanket finish at Keenland in April when getting up late under usual come-from-behind ride; excuses since, including in the Diamond Jubilee at Royal Ascot, but still hard to rate his form highly enough in this context.
 
Tanya introduced us to Paddy Power himself this morning. We find out the true colour of  Paddy's horse. Not green!  But a beautiful bay colour SOLE POWER 6 9-5  is his true name and he is challenging for the 3.50  Darley July Cup Sprint this afternoon, trained by Edward Lordan (IRE)  to be partnered by JOHNNY MURTAGH.

 
About SOLE POWER to date: 5f off a strong pace on sound surface are his optimum conditions and one of the best sprinters in last three seasons when getting them; reversed Dubai form with SHEA SHEA when coming late to pip that rival in the King's Stand at Royal Ascot (pair races wide apart) under JOHNNY MURTAGH ride, but came up well short in top company when last raced over 6f in 2011 and trip an obviously concern.
WATCH THIS RACE
ROYAL ASCOT 2013 KINGS STAND STAKES  (GROUP 1)  over 5 furlongs. Note 6f today.

 Frankie Dettori
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Lanfranco "Frankie"Dettori, MBE (born 15 December 1970) is an Italian horse racing jockeyand celebrity. Dettori has been Champion Jockey on three occasions and has ridden the winners of more than 500 Group races.[1]His most celebrated achievement was riding all seven winners on British Champions' Day at Ascotin 1996.[2]He is the son of the jockey Gianfranco Dettori, who was a prolific winner inItaly. He has been described by Lester Piggott as the best jockey currently riding.[3]
 

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GOING: GOOD TO FIRM (Watered; GoingStick 7.9; Stand side 7.9, Centre 7.8, Far side 8.0) (Utilising the Stands' side course for the July Festival which has not been raced upon since August 2012). (Light rain showers)
STALLS: 1m4f - centre; Remainder - stands' side
 

 
 
 
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