Wednesday, 19 August 2015

THURSDAY AUGUST 20, CH4 HORSERACING TEAM LIVE FROM YORK EBOR FESTIVAL 2015 ON LADIES DAY 2 OF 4. START 1.35pm to 4.00pm PRESENTED BY EMMA SPENCER AND NICK LUCK.

 
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TODAY'S RACING POST
 
TODAY'S FEATURE RACE 3.40

Nick talks to Francois Douman (FR) who  challenges for the 3.40 The Darley Yorkshire Oaks.  Tanya gives us the  betting info, Top rated RP 121 Covert Love
3:40 YORDarley Yorkshire Oaks (British Champions Series) (Group 1) (Fillies & Mares) Cl1 1m4f CH4


Jimbo’s favourite Pleascach-Kevin Manning (IRE) in the saddle wins, Team (Jim) Bolger in the colours of Godolphin  8-1 Nick talks to Jim Bolger (IRE) full of confidence in Pleascash.
Emma and Gina in amongst the people enjoying themselves.  all the colour and fashion, that lights up York on Ladies Day..

 THURSDAY  AUGUST 20, LIVE CH4. RACING POST 2015 
Week Monday August 17, to Sunday August 23.
 
CH4 HORSERACING TEAM
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PAUSE FOR THOUGHT FACT NOT FICTION:
EDUCATION NOT PUNISHMENT
HUMAN RIGHTS:
GLOBAL HORSERACING RULES?
GLOBAL EQUINE MEDICATION RULES ?

Wednesday June 24, Racing Post 2015
24/06/2015 · Gosden: 'Unacceptable' riding must be looked at ... John Gosden | Luca Cumani | Adam Kirby | Frankie Dettori ... Injured Jockeys Fund

Monday July 6, Racing Post 2015
BRITISH RACING MUST NOT BE ALLOWED TO DESCEND
TO  LEVEL OF A BOXING MATCH.
French trainer Xavier Nakkachdji explains why he believes British stewards need to be tougher after his Spirit Quartz was the chief sufferer in Saturday’s Coral Charge when Oisin Murphy received a nine-day careless riding ban.
“I THINK the second, Wind Fire, was going better than us and I have no problem with the decision not to reverse the placings . If the lad [Murphy] had ridden normally he would  have been at least third and perhaps second. It would have been mad to change the result like we did here in the Prix Vermeille a few years ago, but there needs to be a serious clamp down on careless riding.
“First, I must say that I absolutely love English racing. Since I was a child it has fascinated me and I remember all the Classic results and all the top jockeys.
“But nevertheless, over the last few years, it has begun to look more and more ugly as a result of the way jockeys now seem to ride to win at any cost.
“There isn’t a jockey in the world who could have threaded a horse through the gap between Spirit Quartz and Stepper Point, who were separated by the width of a cigarette paper at Sandown.
“I agree with the comments of John Gosden in the Racing Post after Royal Ascot when he claimed an opposing rider attempted to be in the same space as his horse [Eagle Top] in the Hardwick Stakes].
“For careless riding, Wind Fire’s jockey would have been banned for three weeks or a month in France.
“For the safety of the horses, the integrity and the spectacle of the sport, I think the stewards need to come down harder on careless riding.

“I love having runners in British races, but I am afraid there is a danger they will lose their special flavour if they are allow to descend to the level of a boxing match.

“When you think about the era of Piggott and Eddery, Michael Roberts and Willie Carson, it wasn’t like that.
“I watched the Eclipse afterwards and you had a clean, fast run race with no traffic problems and two great horses. Mano a mano, may the best win.
“It was a beautiful race and when I talk of what went before on Saturday afternoon, I am speaking as a spectator, not as a trainer. "
Saturday July 11, Racing Post 2015
Richard Hughes writes
“An all-too-common crime that stewards seemingly ignore. "
Pic: of Oisin Murphy: received a nine-day suspension at Sandown last week.
CARELESS RIDING
“I BELIEVE our rules and guidelines regarding interference in races are the best in the world. On the whole we have good clean racing, but I do feel there are what I would call ‘Professional fouls’ being committed on a perhaps too regular basis – and I speak as someone who has been the guilty party as well as the victim.
“The subject is getting an airing as a result of the sprint staged at Sandown on Coral-Eclipse day. Oisin Murphy went for a gap he should Racing Post have left alone, which caused problems for the horses either side of him he admitted his error straight away and duly received a nine-day suspension.

“Xavier Nakkachdji, the French trainer of one of the two horses who suffered, wrote a piece in Monday’s Racing Post, in which he argued “there needs to be a serious clampdown on careless riding” in Britain because races are starting to look “ugly” . I don’t agree races are getting uglier but I do believe there is a particular crime that stewards should start to consider more closely.

“When a horse goes half a length up towards the end of a race they will sometimes want to drift back in towards the horse who has just been passed. It is, in fact, natural for a horse to want to lean in once going halfway past another horse and on another horse and on a track with an uphill finish, such as Sandown, it can be very hard for a jockey to keep his or her going straight once in front. Jockeys, though, are often not trying very hard at all.

”I have been the offender and I have been the victim. It is the sort of thing that happens regularly, particularly at the end of the more valuable contests. Jockeys are not deliberately trying to cut off the noses of other horses but nor are they making much effort to stop interference taking place. By allowing  animals to drift jockeys are trying to make doubly sure a race is won. In the stewards’ room the matter might get raised but, if asked, a jockey simply says he did his best to straighten a horse. He knows full well that, even if found guilty, the worst case scenario is probably just a suspension of one or two days.
 
“It must be said some jockeys don’t seem to get banned very often for committing this sort of offence. I see it happening and I know it’s going on Stewards would be entitled to take stronger action when they see it taking place and I don’t think any of us in the weighing room could complain if the penalties were a little harsher. If jockeys were more fearful of the potential consequences of their actions – or inactions – there might be less instances of this happening.
 
“I absolutely wouldn’t want us to start moving closer to the rules in France, where if you go by a jockey he stands up in his irons and produces the sort of acting performance that would make Gerard Depardieu proud.
 
“Likewise, in America – where you don’t get too much interference as horses get strung out  on dirt – the rules are also strict, so much as I’ve seen a jockey celebrating after finishing second because he knows he is going to be awarded a  race.
 
“There are also small things that could be improved about our own rules and the way they are policed. Overall, however, I still maintain ours are better than those found elsewhere. "
 
INTERFERENCE  
JMC: Jockeys need to have a coach of their own choice throughout their licensed riding career. Many other sports support this aid.
The Whip.
Care needs to be taken when jockeys find themselves riding a close finish upsides another competitor. It was noted yesterday in York’s feature 3.40: When Arabian Queen and Golden Horn were fighting out the finish, to the line Golden Horn partner Frankie Dettori racing on stands side, Silvestre de Sousa partnering Arabian Queen on the far side, de Sousa had his whip in his right hand, he was using his whip wide out, and in doing so was impeding Golden Horn’s run. Make no mistake the racehorses know all about the whip, and when a jockey uses an excessive whip area, this manouver stops or steadies the opposing horse. It was noted in the past that Pat Eddery rode with this same whip habit. Needs to be made an out of bounds practice for very obvious reasons.  
 
Nick talks to Richard Farquhar

Walking The Courses | Richard Farquhar walking for charity

www.walkingthecourses.com
Walking The Courses is Richard Farquhar's attempt to raise £1.4m for Pancreatic Cancer UK and Racing Welfare by walking to and from all British racecourses
 Emma talks to David O'Meara, with 8 runners in 3.05

Emma talks to George Baker coming in after winning the 3.05 aboard Chil The Kite Team (Hughie) Morrison, a gorgeous horse owned by Hazel Lawrence and Graham Doyle, top weight 9-10. Bottom weight 8-10.



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

Qipco British Champions Series | Official Site

Welcome to the official website for the Qipco British Champions Series.
Find all you ... Golden Horn set for race of the season. Gleneagles ... 17 August 2015.
 
 CH4 HORSERACING TEAM
Emma Spencer
Nick Luck
Jimbo McGrath
Rishi Persad
Jamie Lynch
Simon Holt
Tanya Stevenson
Graham Cunningham
Frankie Dettori
Gina Harding
William and Maureen Haggas love this meeting,
doing very well with winners so far. Yes, yes, yes well done.
BESHARAH -PAT COSGRAVE
Racing Post top rate 123. 4 out of  4 wins so far.

William and Maureen Haggas - Image Results

Mark Johnson
Deirdri Johnson at home.

MJR director Deirdre Johnston - Mark Johnston Racing
Joey Haynes

 
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Today's York Horse Racing Card

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RACES SHOWN ON TERRESTRIAL TV

 

WORLDWIDE STAKES RACES

2:30 YORPinsent Masons Lowther Stakes (Group 2) (Fillies) Cl1 6f CH4 Card Betting
3:40 YORDarley Yorkshire Oaks (British Champions Series) (Group 1) (Fillies & Mares) Cl1 1m4f CH4 Card Betting
4:20 YOREBF & Sir Henry Cecil Galtres Stakes (Listed Race) (Fillies & Mares) Cl1 1m4f 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 on racecourses..
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
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

 
 
 


 

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