Saturday, 10 May 2014

SACRED SUNDAY MAY 11th 2014. REVIEW OF CH4 HORSERACING TEAM'S ACTION YESTERDAY FROM ASCOT LINGFIELD PARK AND HAYDOCK PARK


Jockey School Students Risk Lives for Horse Racing Perfection

Due to Bloodhorse Illiterate Government Perspective Error. 
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"THE BIG READ"

Peter Thomas on the meteoric rise of Sam Twiston-Davies 

"Getting beat a short head is what makes you want to improve. "
A gorgeous photograph that tells the true story of Sam's adventure into horseracing. How he is getting on. What it feels like to actually be in the saddle. Directing manouvers from the saddle. Not so easy as it looks. A true horseman's mind-set is very different from any other mind-set.
All horses have different mind-sets as well. As Clive Brittain portray's in his book "The smilling pioneer"  by Robin Oakley. Clive puts it like this "Sir Noel was a tremendous thinker about the animal's condition and wellbeing and noticed everything. I can remember he would say at evening stables, "That  horse was very nervous with you this morning" . "We never had a big conversation. He called me "Calne" because that was where I came from. It was an "Evening Calne". "Evening sir" , "yes, sir" kind of relationship. I would say something like "This horse doesn't like going through the trees on the way to the gallop" and it was about getting the horses to the bottom of the gallop with as little stress as possible. 
"Clive says  "You've  got to take the animal into consideration. They don't come out of their boxes every day in the same frame of mind. They  (the racehorses) are affected by different ground, by left-handed or right-handed courses, by different distances, and these captains of industry don't always appreciate that. Fellow trainer Sir Mark Prescott (1970), who took over officially from Jack Waugh at Heath House just two years before the Brittain's opened up at Pegasus Stables (1972), says that, apart from his talents as a horseman , Clive's good nature enables him to cope with owners that other were glad to see leave. " 

'His speciality was that he could manage difficult 'owners. ' 
It is estimated that 95 per cent of global racehorse owners are 'bloodhorse illiterate'
  A massive problem for all licensed trainers world- wide
 SUNDAY MAY 11th 2014
Week Monday May 5th to Sunday May 11th 
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EQUUS ZONE
There are a lot of people who tell you they can ride.  But whether they can ride or not can only be reflected through the racehorse in action at the time. 

The horses and the people who work with them every day come first not last.

Within the British political legal and horseracing government the racehorses and the people who work with them every day  come last not first.

 British political legal and horseracing government are running horseracing and advising other countries around the world to run their horseracing without taking into account the human rights and needs of  the racehorses and the people who work with them every day to provide this sport and the gambling game that this sport provides for punters.
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INTERNATIONAL HORSERACING  NEWS (GB)
      Nicholas Godfrey (GB) (RP)   
   Horseracing Global Equus Zone From Belmont Park Today
FLAT GOING: DIRT: MUDDY, TURF: GOOD.
10:13Ruffian Stakes (Grade 2) (4yo+ Fillies & Mares) (Flat) (Dirt) 1mCardBetting
10:43Man o´ War Stakes (Grade 1) (4yo+)  (Flat) (Turf) 1m3fCardBetting




By Nicholas Godfrey 8:00AM 10 MAY 2014 ... success in the Man o'War Stakes, the 

highlight of an excellent card at Belmont Park televised live on At The Races.




 


USA: European horses are likely to be attracted by a pair of revamped million dollar 

turf races to be staged at ... By Nicholas Godfrey 10:42AM 14 FEB 2014.

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