Saturday, 30 August 2014

SACRED SUNDAY AUGUST 31, REVIEW OF WEEK MONDAY AUGUST 25, TO SUNDAY AUGUST 31, 2014


HOPE YOU GOT YOUR RACING POST THIS WEEKEND
 SOME GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS THERE IN FOR YOUR FILE
 
 
   SUNDAY AUGUST 31, 2014
 
REVIEW YESTERDAY'S CH4 LIVE ACTION FROM SANDOWN PARK. CHESTER. AND BEVERLEY PRESENTED BY NICK LUCK.
(START 1.40pm.  FIRST RACE 2.05 ) 
PREVIEW
http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/cards/home.sd   

http://www.racingpost.com/news/live.sd 


CH4 HORSERACING TEAM  
Taking a Closer Look
http://www.racing.channel4.com/   

 High Definition

 


 
*  REVIEW YESTERDAY'S EQUUS  RESULTS *
 
 
Catch -up with two of Turfcall's Flat turf trainers to follow
 
Aiden O'Brien (IRE) and Richard Hannon (GB)


  1. Trainer A P O'Brien | Record By Race Type | Racing Post

www.racingpost.com/horses/...record_race_form   CachedTrainer A P O'Brien's record by race type. Extensive data providing a breakdown of results over the last 5 seasons, ... Joseph O'Brien: 116 ...

 


www.racingpost.com/horses/...record_race_form   CachedTrainer Richard Hannon's record by race type. Extensive data providing a breakdown of results over the last 5 seasons, by race type and age of horse plus prize winnings.


 

 
INTERNATIONAL HORSERACING NEWS FROM BRITAIN 2014
  Your adventure into the world of Global Horseracing
Welcome to Nicholas Godfrey (GB) (Racing Post)

CATCH UP NEWS OF "TOAST OF NEW YORK " STILL IN USA

  1. www.racingpost.com/horses/...record_race_form   Cached
    Trainer Jamie Osborne's record by race type. Extensive data providing a breakdown of results over the last 5 seasons, by race type and age of horse plus prize winnings.


QIPCO British Champions Series | Criquette Head-Maarek

www.britishchampionsseries.com/the-stars/trainers/...   Cached
Criquette Head-Maarek is ... In just her second season she became the first female handler to win France’s biggest race, ... She has a particularly good record ...



QIPCO British Champions Series | Andre Fabre

britishchampionsseries.com/.../trainers/andre-fabre.html   Cached
Summary. Andre Fabre's exceptional record rivals any trainer in the world. A qualified lawyer and the son of a diplomat, he is married to Elisabeth, who was France's ...


Trainer A Fabre | Record By Race Type | Racing Post

www.racingpost.com/horses/...record_race_form   Cached
Trainer A Fabre's record by race type. Extensive data providing a breakdown of results over the last 5 seasons, by race type and age of horse plus prize winnings.


Taking a closer look at Fintry
Sandown Park yesterday 3:15:
 WIN: FINTRY partner MAXIME GUYON  
TEAM (Andre) FABRE (FR)

WIN: Fintry (IRE) 3 9-2 partner Maxime Guyon Team (Andre) Fabre (FR) for Godolphin SNC. WIN: Yes, yes, yes a beautiful filly, tackled her ordeal with the Sandown crowds with an intelligent curiosity taking it all in. Well done, going places.

 

 
Fintry (IRE) Race record
  • Owner Godolphin SNC
  • Breeder Darley1500 1409440670?" width="234" height="60" border="0" alt="" />

Flat placings 1-2111
LIFETIME RECORD
STARTS
WINS
2NDS
3RDS
WINNINGS
EARNINGS
BEST TS
BEST RPR
OR†
5
4
1
0
£131,284
£136,950
89
111
3
3
0
0
£121,528
£121,528
89
111
 
 
DATE
RACE CONDITIONS
WGT
RACE OUTCOME
JOCKEY
OR
TS
RPR
Video
30Aug14  
San 8GS C1G3 36K
9-2
114
*
*
No Video
01Jun14  
Cha 8Gd 3yG2 61K
8-11
*
*
No Video
13May14  
Cha 8VSft 3yL 22K
8-11
*
*
No Video
21Apr14  
Lon 8Gd 3y 14K
9-0
2/6 (2L Veda 9-0) 11/5
*
*
No Video
27Sep13  
Sai 8Sft 2y 9K
9-0
*
*
 
 
 
BRITISH FLAT TURF JOCKEYS’ CHAMPIONSHIP 2014
Ryan Moore Winners 124. Title Odds 2-5
 
CHAMPION JOCKEY AT PRESENT 2013
Richard Hughes Winners 112. Title Odds 7-4
 


www.thepja.co.uk/championships/flat-jockeys-championship   CachedBritish Flat Jockeys Championship 2014. ... All Weather races taking place from Saturday 29 March 2014 to the last race at the Doncaster turf meeting on .
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REVIEW WEEK MONDAY AUGUST 25, TO SUNDAY AUGUST 31, 2014
Epsom Bank Holiday Monday August 25, 2014
Racing Post headlines on Tuesday August 26 read:

“Jockeys in the clear after Epsom false- start fiasco" .
 Report by Graham Green

"Race voided as riders fail to respond to recall flag. “

The race in question: 
3.10: totepool Supporting The Sport You Love Handicap (Class 2) 5f sprint. 8 ran.
 Winner £15,562
WIN: Humidor (IRE)  7 9-3 partner James Doyle Team (George) Baker 11/4. for Delancey.
5th Long Awaited  partner Ryan Moore. 9/4f

Non Runners: Doctor Parkes, refused to enter starting stalls. Seeking Magic unsuitable ground.  Sandfrankskipsgo unsuitable ground. New Fforest unsuitable ground.


Champion jockey Richard Hughes responds in his Racing Post Feature

published on Saturday August 30 (yesterday) pages 12-13.


“VOID RACE “

“Commonsense approach needs to be applied. “


“NOBODY likes to see races declared void, but at least on Monday the stewards had the good sense to absolve the jockeys of blame. However, it would have been even better had the race not been voided in the first place.



“What I mean by that is regardless of what happened at the start, Humidor should still have gone home as the winner of what was a valuable Epsom sprint.



“Looking at the race on TV it seemed the horse who broke out of his stall early gained only the most fractional advantage. Even if it was deemed he had gained a benefit relative to the other runners, why could he simply not have been disqualified or deemed to be a non- runner? I fail to understand the sense in scrapping a whole contest with the significant costs and losses that entails for connections should have suffered? Some discretion and common sense needs to be applied.


 

“This is not the first time a horse has smashed out of a stall a smidgeon before its rivals. I have seen plenty of horses doing exactly the same thing this season but none of those races were voided. If a horse hits the gate hard enough the gate will open. That’s why I much prefer there to be silence down at the start. When a starter shouts to the jockeys asking are we ready, sprinters tend to lurch forwards. I’d rather my horse broke slow than break the gate end up giving me a headache.



“At Epsom the jockeys would have had no idea during the race anything was wrong. Normally when there is a false start there will be noise with the cries and shouts coming from the affected jockeys.



“This time I’m told there was no noise. Only a couple of lads, those racing towards the front, would have had any chance of seeing the flagman. The jockeys behind would have had their eyes to the front, not to the side – I hardly ever see the flagman during a race. That’s not a criticism of flagman, either, it’s just we only look for them if we reckon there might be a problem.


“Racing ended up with a big and embarrassing problem on Monday – needlessly so as well. “
  
“VOID RACE “ 
Richard Hughes  
 “Common sense approach needs to be applied. “  From who's perspective?


 
 

VOID RACE UPDATE

   Graham  Dench: 

 Racing Post  Wednesday August 27. Page 3

 JMC: George Baker trainer of the winner Humidor is understandably aggrieved. And what about the owners? What about all the work that has been going on over months every day  to get Humidor fit enough to run?

 "Aggrieved Baker to contest void ruling."
 
TURFCALL VOID RACE 
            J Margaret Clarke Turfcall Factfile 
The perspective from the saddle is very different from the perspective of the starter, to include the man with the flag and the whistle. Dads Army immediately  springs to mind. The perspective of the eight sprinters released from the starting stalls to tackle a  5 furlong sprint race panning out in front of them. Having  left all at the starting gate far behind them fast. 

 It was a blessing that the man with the flag and whistle didn’t get trampled to death, to stand out on a racetrack in front of 8 five furlong sprinters. Who gave the orders to this flag man to carry out such a task at Epsom racecourse? How many other racecourses are there employing men to carry out such dangerous jobs like this? How do these government people get away with giving such dangerous orders in the first place? How do these government peoples think that they are going to get away with having a man waving a flag trampled to death on a racecourse, hitting the headlines?
 

Listening, observing these eight competitors horses as this race panned out to be showed no problem. The horse that hit his head may well have suffered a headache and no doubt bruising as well.  Released from the gate all were fast away getting on with the job in hand to win this race. The result of this race is: Honourable not Void. Because all  8 runners completed the course, and crossed the winning line in the order as clearly recorded at the finish. These British political. legal. racecourse and horseracing governments are out of their depth here in how they are carrying on, and have been carrying on for a very long time,  guilty of colluding with others, colluding to commit  criminal act's on a daily basis, blighting and breaking other peoples daily lives, to include the horses and the children, such cruelty a colluded moral outrage, a colluded abuse of power, governments have been getting away with colluding to punishing  other people unjustly especially in horseracing for a very long time. Colluding to trap people dishonestly through government minimum wage procedures into a life of poverty.
 
 
 

 


 



 

  
 



 

 

 





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