Friday, 21 August 2015

SATURDAY AUGUST 22, CH4 THE MORNING LINE PREVIEW 8.00am to 9.00am FROM YORK EBOR FESTIVAL ON THE FOURTH AND FINAL DAY 2015. START 1.35pm - 4.00pm PRESENTED BY EMMA SPENCER AND NICK LUCK.

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 SATURDAY  AUGUST 22, LIVE CH4. RACING POST 2015 
Week Monday August 17, to Sunday August 23.
 
CH4 HORSERACING TEAM
 Taking a Closer look at Global Horseracing:
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TODAY'S RACING POST

Irish trainers could hold the key to Ebor glory


By David Carr
IT IS almost like being at Cheltenham as the Irish are very much the ones to beat in the Betfred Ebor. 2 hours agoMore

racingPLUS 
WHO CAN STOP THE IRISH?
"Emerald Isle big guns all the rage for the Ebor as they head the betting
for the big handicap. "
Feature Race
3:45 YORBetfred Ebor (Heritage Handicap) Cl2 1m6f CH4

 http://www.racing-index.com/horseracing/racingplus 


RACING POST THIS WEEK
http://turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/monday-august-17-racing-post-2015.html
 
 
 


RACING REVIEW  RESULTS.



PAUSE FOR THOUGHT FACT NOT FICTION:
EDUCATION NOT PUNISHMENT
HUMAN RIGHTS:
GLOBAL HORSERACING RULES?
GLOBAL EQUINE MEDICATION RULES ?


THIS INCREDABLE TRUE BLOODHORSE LITERATE LIFE STORY BEGINS:

 STAFFORD INGHAM
(1908-1977)

Thirty Acre Barn Shepherds' Walk Epsom 1947-1976
 INGHAM, Stafford W.H. Bredenbury 1939,1940, 1946 (1908-1977)

Staff Ingham was apprenticed to Stanley Wootton. As a jockey he rode the King’s horse Weathervane to win the 1923 Royal Hunt Cup, and also rode the winner of the Irish 2,000 Guineas. When his weight increased he became an outstanding hurdles jockey, and won the 1936 Imperial Cup on Negro. He served in the Royal Air Force during the 1939-45 War leaving as a Squadron Leader. He resumed training at Bredenbury, and then switched to Thirty Acre Barn.

APOSTLE

In 1960 Ingham trained probably his best horse in Apostle, whose top performance came when beaten ¾ length by St Paddy in the Great Voltigeur.

 The horseman who worked with Apostle every day was Eugene Clarke.

Apostle was a tricky colt, the need to concentrate carefully when you were working around Apostle, when riding him out every day ... there was the need for every possible care being taken in attempting to prevent Apostle from breaking into a fight, and possibly killing all those around him, both the two legged variety and the four legged variety.

ST PADDY

 The horseman who worked with St Paddy every day was Clive Brittain.
CHAPTER ONE: A HORSEMAN’S  BEGINNING (page 7)
"Calne, Wiltshire. The little scrap who arrived on December 15 1933 and who lived his early years at 9, Priestley Grove, Calne, enjoyed a family life typical of the countryside at the time: busy, companionable and shorn of luxury, although the big family usually manage, somehow or other, to make ends meet.

 "Clive wasn’t a big child but he was a resourceful one who could look after himself in every way, being ‘quite useful’ at football and boxing. There was, though, a passion that set him apart from the other local lads whom he rough and tumbled and enjoyed cowboy films at the nearest cinema: His love for horses.

“Clive wasn’t a big child but he was a resourceful one who could look after himself in every way, being ‘quite useful’ at football and boxing. There was, though, a passion that set him apart from the other local lads whom he rough and tumbled and enjoyed cowboy films at the nearest cinema: His love for horses.

“I went to see Herbert Blagrave for a job. He was a private trainer and he already had an apprentice this was about the end of 1948 and he was full up. He said , “Try Noel Murless down the road” . I saw the stable secretary first, a Mr Cotterill, a great old character. He looked at me and said, “You’ll be too big” , and almost turned me away. But I was never one for being turned away and so I waited until Sir Noel came out. I said that Mr Blagrave had sent me and that I wanted a job as an apprentice  jockey and he took me on for a months trial.

“It was a moment that determined the shape of Clive’s life. The month’s trial developed  into a relationship of mutual respect that was to last, apart from Clive’s two year of National Service in the Army, for the next 23  years. Until Sir Noel Murless began thinking of retirement and Clive set up on his own, he spent those 23 years handling some of the best animals in the country, horses like Petite Etoile and Crepello, Aurelius and St Paddy, Royal Palace and Busted. And if that was why Clive later knew how to get the best out of the best when he handled Classic contenders at Carlburg, he made his own contribution too in the Murless yard, dealing with the awkward squad. “ 

CHAPTER TWO: THE MURLESS YEARS. (page 29)
“They were great days with great horses, first at Beckhampton  and then after Murless’s move to ‘Headquarters’ in 1952 at Warren Place, Newmarket. Two of the trickier stars Clive had to help to deal with were Aurelius and St Paddy, later the sire of one of Clive’s outstanding international winners. As his protégé was later to do with Pebbles, Murless used geldings as companions and lead horses. The 1960 Derby winner St Paddy, for example, was a tearaway but there was one secret to dealing with him: He even ran away with Lester, which took a bit of doing. “


CHAPTER ELEVEN JUPITER ISLAND WINS IN JAPAN (page 129)
TIMEFORM 1983:
“Jupiter Island had special associations all the way for Clive. He was sired by the Derby winner  St Paddy, whom Clive had ridden regularly during his days with Noel Murless, and was one of the consistently successful clutch of foals bred by his popular owners, Henrietta and Robin, Lord and Lady Tavistock, from her bargain –buy mare Mrs Moss.
“Clive purchased Juniper Island for 10,000 guineas, because “I thought I saw some of the old horse [St Paddy] in him. I bought him for £10,000 guineas with one bid.
 
 

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

Dubai World Cup Carnival (January 8 - Racing Post: live blog

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Join Nicholas Godfrey for a from-the-sofa look at three months of top-class racing action at Meydan racecourse, culminating in the $10 million Dubai World Cup on March 28, 2015.
Welcome to the official website for the Qipco British Champions Series.


The new Henry Cecil York gates opened by Jane Cecil , inside a statue of the mighty Frankel.

CH4 HORSERACING TEAM AM
Emma Spencer
Nick Luck
Rishi Persad
Jamie Lynch
Simon Holt
Tanya Stevenson
Graham Cunningham
Jimbo McGrath
Gina Harding
Frankie  Dettori and Johnny Gosden join up
 with GM Hopkins to challenge for the first race, 2.00pm

Guest Super Star Wesley Ward (USA)

News Stories Involving Trainer Wesley A Ward | Racing Post

Wesley A. Ward - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Edgar S Prado (USA) partners Finnegan in the 3.10

 2- year - old  6f sprint for Wesley Ward (USA) 

Edgar Prado - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_Prado

Edgar Prado - WOW.com

us.wow.com/wiki/Edgar_PradoCached


Guest Super Star Paul Hanagan

Jockey Paul Hanagan | Record By Race Type | Racing Post

Paul Hanagan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 


 
 
 
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WORLDWIDE STAKES RACES

1:45 SANThoroughbred Breeders´ Association Atalanta Stakes (Group 3) (Fillies & Mares) Cl1 1m14y CH4 Card Betting
2:00 YORBetfred Mobile Strensall Stakes (Group 3) Cl1 1m208y CH4 Card Betting
2:15 SAN888Sport Solario Stakes (Group 3) Cl1 7f16y CH4 Card Betting
3:10 YORIrish Thoroughbred Marketing Gimcrack Stakes (Group 2) (Colts & Geldings) Cl1 6f CH4 Card Betting
3:35 CURGerrardstown House Stud Supporting Breast Cancer Research Renaissance Stakes (Group 3) 6f Card Betting
4:10 CURBreast Cancer Research Debutante Stakes (Group 2) (Fillies) 7f Card Betting
4:20 YORJulia Graves Roses Stakes (Listed Race) Cl1 5f Card Betting
4:45 CURCurragh Stakes (Group 3) 5f Card Betting
3:35 RANUp And Coming Stakes (Group 3 Handicap) (3yo) (Turf) 6f110y Card
4:15 RANToy Show Quality (Group 3 Handicap) (3yo+ Fillies & Mares) (Turf) 6f110y
5:25 RANCoolmore Silver Shadow Stakes (Group 2) (3yo Fillies) (Turf) 6f Card
6:40 RANPro-Ride Warwick Stakes (Group 2) (3yo+) (Turf) 7f Card Betting
7:20 RANSky Thoroughbred Central Show County Quality (Group 3 Handicap) (3yo+) (Turf) 6f Card Betting
2:40 DEALongines Prix du Calvados (Group 3) (2yo Fillies) (Straight) (Turf) 7f Card Betting
11:07 SARAlabama Stakes (Grade 1) (3yo Fillies) (Dirt) 1m2f Card Betting
2:10 DMA$1 Million TVG Pacific Classic Stakes (Grade 1) (3yo+) (Dirt) 1m2f Card Betting
 
 
 






       
AN ARTIST IN ACTION WITH RACEHORSES
IN PRACTICE AND IN THEORY.
CH4 HORSERACING TEAM
A VITAL RACING RIGHT EQUUS BALANCING ACT IN PRACTICE ZONE
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 JOCKEYS AND 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 life, 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 7 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, £200.00 pounds an hour..  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 travelling  the racehorses to and from racecourses, all those who provide and present horseracing to the public each and every day.
JOIN-UP
As Clive Brittain says " You've got to take the animals into consideration, They don't come out of the box every morning in the same frame of mind. "
Team (Clive) Brittain
Mystiko
1991
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mystiko_(horse)
A Warm Welcome to CH4 Horseracing Team 
A Warm Welcome to CH4 Creative Equus Zone Team
BLOODHORSE LITERATE ACHIEVERS:
Clare Balding (Group 1 retired Champion Flat turf jockey)
Mick Fitzgerald (Group 1 Jumps Turf) (Retired Jump jockey)
Frankie Dettori (Group 1 Flat Turf ) (Currant) (Global)

John Gosden
Gina Harding
Emma Spencer 
Mattie Batchelor  
Sam Thomas
Alice (in wonderland) Plunkett
A Warm Welcome to CH4 Punters Zone Team
To Play? Or not to Play? Your Choice?
The heartbeat of the punters' betting jungle the popular gambling game that horseracing provides
Tanya Stevenson
Rishi Persad  
Graham Cunningham
Nicholas Godfrey (RP)
A Warm Welcome to The Press.
Jamie Lynch Timeform
Tom Segal Pricewise
Racing Post
Paul Kealy  Racing Post
Donn McClean Irish Times
Rob Wright The Times
David Yates The Mirror
Sam Taylor

A Warm Welcome to the Bookmaker
Singapore Turf Club
Ladbrokes
Paddy Power
Geoff Banks
Corals
William Hill
Jenningsbet
Toals
A Warm Welcome to CH4 Team Calling the Horses
Simon Holt
Ian Bartlett
Stuart Machin
Richard Hoiles
Mark Johnston
 


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