Friday, 16 August 2013

SATURDAY AUGUST 17th CH4 THE MORNING LINE (8am to 9am) PREVIEW OF TODAY'S RACING ACTION THIS AFTERNOON FROM NEWMARKET START 1.50. NEWBURY START 2.05. RIPON 3.30

 
 




TAKING A CLOSER LOOK TO FIND THE GLOBAL EQUUS ZONE
Global Top Jockeys (Group 1) are not getting a fair deal from Regulation


Ch4 Racing Sponsored by Dubai
Taking a closer look
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SATURDAY AUGUST 17th CH4 HORSERACING TEAM 2013
WEEK MONDAY AUGUST 12th TO SUNDAY AUGUST 18th

Ch4 LIVE START NEWMARKET 1.50. 2.20. 2.55. NEWBURY 2.05. 2.40. 3.15. 3.50.
RIPON 3.30.
 
REVIEW YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
PREVIEW TODAY'S CARDS
 
RACING POST JOIN-UP FOR TODAY
 
"Buckle up for dizzying tour of the racing globe
OPENING SHOW Paul Eacott on a day that offers truly international action
"It is often said the world is becoming a smaller place. If there is one trainer making it appear so in the case of horseracing it is Mike de Kock.
 
"Unique in having a proper base on three different continents, the eight- time champion trainer in his native South Africa has regularly provided the only real competition to the Godolphin juggernaut at the Dubai Carnival, while this year -more so than previously-he has a firm foothold in Britain.
 
"Shea Shea is quickly becoming a regular in Britain's sprints, while David Livingstone  gave  DeKock a high -profile victory in last weekend's Group 3 Rose of  Lancaster Stakes.
 
"Today, however he unleashes what could be his team housed in Newmarket when his Soft Falling Rain makes his European debut in the Group 2 Betfred Hungerford Stakes at Newbury.
 
"Unbeaten in seven starts, a run that stretches from a Turffontein maiden in January  2012 through to the Godolphin Mile at Meydan on World Cup night this year, Soft Falling Rain headed to Britain with Royal Ascot on his agenda.
 
 
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racing PLUS
The Weekend Cards in Time Order
Something special?
Mike de Kock's unbeaten four-year-old colt
puts his burgeoning reputation on the line on his first- ever visit to the UK for the Hungerford Stakes at Newbury 3.15
 

 
 
 
 
PAUSE FOR THOUGHT 


J Margaret Clarke Turfcall Comment

 
GLOBAL RULES OF HORSERACING WHERE ARE THEY?
 
Just how badly are the global regulators of horseracing
 
letting top true professional (Group I) jockeys  down? 

To say nothing about the young ones just starting out
 in their careers.

 
 Worst of all are Britain and India who's regulation parties totally ignore the rights and needs of the racehorses and those who ride them and care for them every day. 




The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) and The Royal Indian Western Turf Club (RIWTC) surely have  animal welfare responsibilities, as do all global racecourses.


Both these regulators together with all global racecourses  have responsibility for animal's rights and needs, to include the people who work with the horses every day.  If same commit an offence,  act, or fail to act, causing an animal to suffer unnecessarily. If persons employed within the BHA, the RIWTC and the global racecourses do not provide for an animal’s welfare needs, and rights all can be banned from practice fined and/or sent to prison.
The Animal Welfare Act 2006 (which applies in England and Wales), the Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006 and the Welfare of Animals (Northern Ireland) Act 2011 contain provisions to safeguard the welfare of animals, to include racehorses in training or out of training. This means that the BHA and British racecourses if failing in their duties in this regard can be fined, or sent to prison.
The BHA have over the last 5 decades totally ignored the rights and needs of racehorses both in or out of training, to include all those who work with the racehorses every day.

 
 
Dates for your Diary
York's Ebor Festival Next Week CH4 LIVE
Wednesday August 21st to Saturday August 24th
 
 

CH4 HORSERACING TEAM

A VITAL BALANCING ACT IN PRACTICE

CH4 bring us 3 live races from Newmarket 1.50. 2.20. 2.55.
CH4 bring us 4 live races from Newbury 2.05. 2.40. 3.15. 3.50.
CH4 bring us the feature race live  from Ripon 3.30



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






 
The clues are here but can you spot them?





Hearts will be racing this afternoon, but can you find the winners?



 
PRESENTED BY RISHI PERSAD

CH4 EQUUS ZONE GUIDE
MORNING LINE GUEST SUPERSTAR DERBY WINNING FLAT TURF JOCKEY MARTIN DWYER (Group 1)
Martin Dwyer left ‘baffled’ by Indian ban increase August 14th, 2013

Edward Kearns - See more at:

 
What can Equine Vets tell us about how this filly ICE AGE would be feeling, during the period of bursting a blood vessel whilst competing, galloping fast in an attempt to win a race? Will she have suffered a severe head ache perhaps? Like we would?
If a person sufferes a brain stem haemorrhage they get a dreadful head ache before hand, followed up when the blood vessel actually bursts, loosing consciousness, usually followed by death. But I suppose it depends which blood vessel it is. John Drew now retired from Veterinary Practice would know more about this. As would  trainer Nicky Henderson.
John and Bridget Drew
Mildmay Farm & Stud Ltd
Email: john.drew@mildmayfarmandstud.com 
 

CH4 PUNTERS ZONE GUIDE
(Betting in Theory) (Betting in Practice) (Form Analyst) (Market Movers) (Betting Stats)

Graham  Cunningham
Tom Lee

CH4 INTRODUCTION ZONE GUIDE
Where Equus joins up with  punters and racegoers (Info into Bloodhorse Literacy)
 
Rishi Persad today's presenter

(Go-Between) (Bridge Over Troubled Water)
 

 

Today's Horse Racing Cards

Calendar


NEWBURY RUK

GOING: GOOD (GoingStick 6.7) (Rail will be moved in from last meeting) (Rail will be moved in from last meeting round course races will be 8m longer than standard). (Mostly cloudy)
STALLS: Centre
1:35 Betfred Better Odds On Goals Galore EBF Maiden Fillies´ Stakes Cl4 6f8y Card Betting
2:05 Denford Stud Stakes (Registered As The Washington Singer Stakes) (Listed Race) Cl1 7f CH4 Card Betting
2:40 Betfred TV Geoffrey Freer Stakes (Group 3) Cl1 1m5f61y CH4 Card Betting
3:15 Betfred Hungerford Stakes (Group 2) Cl1 7f CH4 Card Betting
3:50 Betfred Mobile Sports Ladies Day Handicap Cl3 7f CH4 Card Betting
4:25 Betfred Watch Fred´s Pushes On Betfred TV Handicap Cl4 1m2f6y Card Betting
4:55 Betfred "Treble Odds On Lucky 15´s" Ladies Derby (Handicap) (For Lady Amateur Riders) Cl4 1m4f5y Card Betting

Harris after big show from his Great St Wilfrid duo


By Peter Scargill
THE trainer can't split them, the bookmakers think they have as good a chance as each other and just 1lb separates them in the handicap leaving Secret Witness and Prodigality with live chances of scooping the William Hill Great St Wilfrid at Ripon. (10 hours ago)More

 
 
 


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