Friday, 15 May 2015

SATURDAY MAY 16, CH4 THE MORNING LINE PREVIEW 8.00am to 9.00am OF THIS AFTERNOON'S LIVE ACTION FROM NEWBURY. NEWMARKKET. START 1.25pm. PRESENED BY NICK LUCK.

 


 SATURDAY MAY 16, CH4. RACING POST 2015 
Week Monday May 11, to Sunday May 17.
  
CH4 HORSERACING TEAM LIVE
Taking a Closer look at Horseracing
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 CH4 HORSERACING TEAM BRING US THE MORNING LINE PREVIEW 8.00am to 9.00am
OF THIS AFTERNOON'S LIVE ACTION FROM NEWBURY
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RACING POST PREVIEW TODAY'S EQUUS CARDS
The clues are here, but can you spot them?
http://www.racingpost.com/news/live.sd 
BIG RACE PREVIEW .
http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/cards/big_races.sd 
RACING POST THIS WEEK
http://turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/monday-may-11-racing-post-2015.html
RACING POST TODAY.
http://turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/saturday-may-16-racing-post-2015-ch4.html


racingPLUS 
EVERY WEEKEND: 
A WIDE-OPEN LOCKINGE
3:45 NBYAl Shaqab Lockinge Stakes (British Champions Series) (Group 1) Cl1 1m CH4

 
“Plenty to look forward to in the Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes at Newbury this afternoon as the older milers take centre stage.“Chief among those in a bumper field is last season’s 2000 Guineas hero Night Of Thunder, who leads a two-pronged charge from Richard Hannon in company with Toormore. “

CLUE: Read what Richard Hughes has to say in your Racing Post to-day pages 12-13
 
Night Of Thunder’s three-year-old career reads like this- 212832. Night Of Thunder is a massive big long striding racehorse, when he won last year’s 2,000 Guineas partnered by Kieren Fallon he shocked everyone.  Back then Night Of Thunder had, had, only his debut race before the Guineas under his belt. He did not race as a two year old. This year , now a four-year-old he will have grown up considerably. It will be great to see him perform this afternoon in what looks to be a fascinating field mix for a (Group 1) up against 18 other challenger’s,  James Doyle partners Night Of Thunder today first time out this year, for Godolphin.  Several other interesting challengers have already one race or more this season under their belts. There are” Top Professional Trainer Teams” behind most of these.  
In last year’s 2,000 Guineas could it be that Night Of Thunder was only interested in getting back home ASAP. He knew the way, racing with the group on the far rail at Newmarket, he took it in his head to leave them and join those racing on the stands rail, which he did fast, bent on where he was heading, for what he believed at the time his own safety his number 1 priority. Night Of Thunder was in a hurry, Fallon didn't need to ask Night Of Thunder to hurry up. So how good is Night Of Thunder? What do you think?
  http://www.racing-index.com/horseracing/racingplus 

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 *  REVIEW YESTERDAY'S EQUUS  RESULTS
  



 PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
 
RACING POST 'RICHARD HUGHES  ON SATURDAY'
TODAY’S RIDES
“Returning Toormore has what it takes at Newbury. “
 
JUMP JOCKEYS’ TITLE THOUGHTS
“Deserving Dick has a golden opportunity. “ Pic: “Richard Johnson: employs the same agent as title rival Tom Scudamore.”

 
STALL HANDLERS
“More power needed down at the start to help loading process. “
HUGHESIE’S HOTTIE.
“With the racing at Newbury being so competitive today I’ll go to Newmarket for the  ‘Hottie’ and side with Tupi in the Listed race (2:50pm) He ran well to finish second when I rode him in the Free Handicap last month and should be good enough to win this. "
WIN: TUPI (IRE) 3 9-0 partner Cam Hardie Team (Richard) Hannon for Michael Kerr-Dineen, and Martin Hughes 5-1. Yes, yes, yes well done.
 
“BRITISH racing is fortunate to have the best stall handlers in the world. However, there is one major problem – there simply aren’t enough of them, which was perfectly illustrated in a two-year-old fillies’ maiden at Ascot last Friday.


“Sixteen inexperienced juveniles, of whom only four had raced before, went down to the start for a race that was due off at 6.05pm. Unfortunately, after several incidents in and beyond the gates, the race started at 6.12pm-seven minutes late and minus three of the intended runners, including the well-fancied Gwendolyn, who reared over approaching the stalls.


“In Dubai there is one stalls handler for every runner and six pushers. In Britain on most days there are six leaders and four pushers for each race containing fields of under 20 runners


“For 20-runner fields one extra stalls handler is employed, making a total team of 11; for fields between 21 and 22 runners there are 12 men, and for fields of 24 to 26 runners there are 13 men. It isn’t enough.


“Just after the first few runners had been loaded for that race at Ascot one filly started to play up.  She stopped the load and led to other horses getting restless.  It had a huge knock- on effect.

“Due to the fact most of the stalls team were quite rightly focusing all their attentions on the filly who was playing up, there was nobody available to push the other runners in. As a result the whole process was disrupted.

 “Two men are simply not enough to push 450 kilos of racehorse into the starting stalls. Ideally you need four men.
“So if more than one horse needs pushing in any one time-which happens quite frequently, and particularly with youngsters-there is a big problem. You do the maths.


“I am sure jockeys, trainers and owners would agree with me in calling for two extra pushers for every meeting. Surely it would be justified on health and safety grounds alone?"



“It took 13 minutes from the time of the first filly being loaded into the stalls at Ascot until the race actually started, and that’s far too long and most unfair on the horses.


“There is simply no way you would let a young horse remain in the stalls at home for 13 minutes while you are educating a colt. Invariably you’d let the colt stay in there for a maximum of two minutes.


“It’s perfectly understandable that a two year old colt of filly having a first run will be curious and have a look before entering the stalls. It must be quite daunting to stand in an environment they are not used to with big gates rattling around them.

 
“Above all, as everyone would agree, it is vitally important for a horse to have a nice experience the first time on a racecourse.




“The loading process should be completed as quickly and efficiently as possible. It’s in racing’s best interests for this to occur and, of course, the bookmakers are always happy when races are run on time.




“At Royal Ascot, where the fields are massive, they have extra staff at the start, paid for by the racecourse. Sheer common sense dictates we need more men at other meetings around Britain too. “



“AS a footnote, I see Jimmy Quinn got a one day suspension for throwing sand at a horse’s legs to urge him in recently. I thought that was very harsh when you consider we are asked to sit on them in the gates for over ten minutes at times, which is like asking someone to sit on a grenade for a while and hope it doesn’t go off. “

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INTERNATIONAL HORSERACING 
Racing Right Global Equus Zone (GB)
Your adventure into the world of Global Horseracing
a warm welcome to  
Nicholas Godfrey (GB) (Racing Post)

REVIEW AUTEUIL FRANCE


WIN: Ballynagour  (IRE)  9 10-3 partner Tom Scudamore (GB) Team (David) Pipe for Allan Stennett

3.10 Newbury RYAN MOORE scores a four timer with TIME TEST this afternoon: 
 
 
 

 

WORLDWIDE STAKES RACES

 
         

AN ARTIST IN ACTION WITH RACEHORSES
IN PRACTICE AND IN THEORY.
CH4 HORSERACING TEAM
 
A VITAL RACING RIGHT EQUUS BALANCING ACT IN PRACTICE
Something that British political, legal, racecourse and horseracing government don't bother about.

Key for all horsemen, racegoer's and punters' particularly to pick up on, and before punters place a bet. The True Racing Right Equus Zone Rules? Where are they? The licensed trainers and jockey's don't know. So how are they to be expected to compete in a race? Everyone has an absolute right to know and understand what these TRUE BLOODHORSE LITERATE HORSERACING RULES ARE, especially punters. 
In all sport there are the true rules set out for each sport worldwide, wherever played, no matter in what country they remain the same. Bar horseracing, a massive government oversight. 

Just the same as absolutely key for a Racing Right Equus Medication Zone. Where is it? These governments don't even bother to have a true Medication Zone. Instead they use harsh punishments to warn trainers off for years, taking their licences and livelyhood off them libelling and perjuring them names as crooks. British government only interested in the money they can take out of horseracing. No matter if earned by other people.

RACING RIGHT EQUUS ZONE - DEFINED :
TO STOP 6 DECADES OF GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL THEFT AND CORRUPTION.
British Government Betting Right Zone 
British Government Equus Racing Right Zone
Calling for government to act over Racecourses who Rip- Off Trainer's and their Team- Handler - Riders
when working on racecourses every day. These true horsemen and true horsewomen need to be properly paid by racecourses when working to present the racehorses to the public on racedays.  Without whom there would not be any horseracing.  Bloodhorse literacy needs to be truly recognised and properly paid for. All  Bloodhorse Literate Achievements have a true purpose. To provide a True Career Handler-Rider Zone with pay to match expertize in and out of the saddle. Racecourses to pay all licensed handler-rider-trainer and trainer-team members who work on their racecourses every day , all  those who care for, and travel with the racehorses every day  whilst travelling  the racehorses to and from racecourses, all those who provide and present horseracing to the public each and every day.
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Mystiko
1991

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Racing Post
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