Saturday, 12 April 2014

SACRED SUNDAY APRIL 13th REVIEW OF YESTERDAY'S CH4 HORSERACING ACTION FROM NEWBURY AND AYR.

 

  
 
   SUNDAY 13th APRIL RACING POST CH4 
WEEK MONDAY APRIL 7th TO SUNDAY APRIL 13th 


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  Nicholas Godfrey (GB) (RP)  
 (Horseracing Global Media Zone) 
 

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EQUUS ZONE 
"EXCLUSIVE VIEWS FROM IRELAND’S CHAMPION TRAINER EVERY SATURDAY. " 
WILLIE MULLINS (IRE)  has achieved true bloodhorse literacy in his own right  he belongs in the True Global Equus Zone.
"TRUE BHA should look into reluctant National entries
“IT WILL  be interesting to see what the outcome will be when the BHA deals with what happened at the start of the  Crabbie’s Grand National and the fall out involving the jockeys who rode in the race.

 
“Not for the first time, the start of the race resulted in controversy. It is never easy for any starter to dispatch  a big field of horses for a jumps race, but I thought the riders had formed  an almost perfect line.
 
"Battle Group, who didn’t want to line up and who eventually refused to start, certainly didn’t help the situation  and you have to wonder whether a horse with a record of playing up at the start and refusing to jump off should be allowed to participate  in such a big race ...
 
 
“Most horses want to race and owners and trainers want their jockey’s to be ready to go forward at the start and not to risk loosing valuable ground. If a jockey isn’t keen to line up then the chances are he might not be asked to ride for a trainer again. I didn’t see much wrong when the runners came in to start the National. “ 
J Margaret Clarke Turfcall Comment
 (Equus Zone) (Journalist)
 
Neither did I.  The question is who was the starter? Was he bloodhorse illiterate? Or was he bloodhorse literate? No one who is bloodhorse illiterate should take any job, or be asked to take such a job as official starter at any racecourse worldwide  if bloodhorse illiterate.  End of story.
 
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Captain Dick Smalley belonged in the Equus Zone he worked as an official starter for a considerable length of time for the British political and horseracing government.  Obviously taken  completely for granted by the bloodhorse illiterate governments..,,
 
 
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