Friday, 27 November 2015

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28, CH4 THE MORNING LINE PREVIEW 9.00am to 10.00am OF THIS AFTERNOON'S LIVE ACTION FROM NEWBURY AND NEWCASTLE START 1.00pm to 4.00pm.PRESENTED BY EMMA SPENCER AND NICK LUCK.

 
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These flags here are to celebrate our global path to peace.
Peace that can provide Global Daily Decent Human Rights that include the Female of the Species.

FEATURE RACE NEWCASTLE FIGHTING FIFTH HURDLE :
2:05 NCSStanJames.com Fighting Fifth Hurdle (Grade 1) Cl1 2m98y CH4 Card Betting

WIN: Identity Theft (IRE) 5 11-7 Bryan Cooper  Team (Henry) de Bromhead (IRE) for Gigginstown House Stud. 6-1
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News Stories Involving Jockey Bryan Cooper | Racing Post 



 


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FEATURE RACE NEWBURY HENNESSY GOLD CUP



WIN: Smad Place (FR)  8 11-4 partner Wayne Hutchinson Team (Alan) King for Mrs Peter Andrews 7-1




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LIVE CH4 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28, RACING POST 2015 
Week Monday November 23, to Sunday November 29. 
 
CH4 HORSERACING TEAM
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 CH4 TEAM
 Presented by Emma Spencer
Tanya Stevenson
Geoff Banks
Mick Fitzgerald
Jimbo McGrath
Simon Holt
Nick Luck
Graham  Cunningham
AP McCoy
Rishi Persad
 

Today's Horse Racing Cards

Calendar

RACES SHOWN ON TERRESTRIAL TV

1:15 NBYSir Peter O´Sullevan Memorial Handicap Chase Cl3 2m6f93y CH4 Card Betting
1:50 NBYbet365 Handicap Hurdle Cl2 2m2f183y CH4 Card Betting
2:05 NCSStanJames.com Fighting Fifth Hurdle (Grade 1) Cl1 2m98y CH4 Card Betting
2:25 NBYbet365 Long Distance Hurdle (Grade 2) Cl1 3m52y CH4 Card Betting
2:40 NCSAt The Races Rehearsal Chase Handicap (Listed Race) Cl1 2m7f91y CH4 Card Betting
3:00 NBYHennessy Gold Cup Chase (Handicap) (Grade 3) Cl1 3m1f214y CH4 Card Betting
3:35 NBYbet365 Handicap Chase (for the Jim Joel Memorial Trophy) Cl2 2m92y CH4 Card Betting
 

CHRISTMAS 2015

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12 Page guide to the weekend’s sports betting
A Punters Paper:


 RACING POST TODAY:
SAM TWISTON-DAVIES  PAGE 14 and 15 IN YOUR RACING POST
WILLIE MULLINS PAGE 18 IN YOUR RACING POST
 
 


PAUSE FOR THOUGHT

RACING POST THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26, 2015.

SPECIAL REPORT

NICHOLAS GODFREY " Gauges opinion about tackling the hurdles facing female riders."

“A POTENTIALLY significant new development has emerged in the debate over whether more could be done to encourage female jockeys, with racings ruler’s admitting women need to be given greater support.
 
Speaking in the aftermath of Tony McCoy controversial suggestion that professional female riders might benefit from a 3lb allowance, BHA media manager Robin Mounsey said the central authority was aware steps made might need to be taken to promote female riders.



“However, it seems any such measures are unlikely to include the McCoy allowance’ which provoked such a furore when the 20-time champion tabled the idea in a recent blog – not least because there is seemingly precious little support for such an allowance from female riders themselves.


“Racing is very rare in that it is a sport where men and women compete on equal terms, and this is something we are rightly proud of, said Mounsey. “We do however, recognise there is more we can do to support female jockeys in the sport.


“There are currently no plans to look at female jockeys’ weight allowance, although should we receive a formal representation from female riders or the PJA (Professional Jockeys Association) then there is no reason why it should never be considered.


“However, the wider issue is one we intend to look at in order to see what more can be done. For example, as part of the Jump Review, which is nearing publication, a recommendation states that the programme of amateur riders’ races will be reviewed to encourage the development of young jockeys into the sport – this may include a focus on female jockeys. “


“The issue of whether female jockeys are given a fair crack of the whip has been brought into sharp focus recently amid myriad comments from various corners of the racing world. Speaking after her historic victory on 100-1 shot Prince Of Penzance in the Melbourne Cup, Michelle Payne described racing as “such a chauvinistic sport” . Payne told reporters: “A lot of the owners wanted to kick me off. Everyone else can get stuffed (who) think females are not good enough.


“Haley Turner, the most successful female rider in British racing history, went into retirement a few days after Payne’s success. She weighed in over the weekend, when she said a lot of her former collegues “moan about it when they  just need to get their heads down and get on with it.

 
Mounsey added: “As an industry there have been steps taken to support female jockeys, such as the recruitment of three female jockey coaches and the programming of a female jockeys only race-day at Carlisle. It is also pleasing that in recent years we have seen more female riders than males graduating as apprentices through the two racing schools, and several young female riders graduating from pony racing.
“The Professional Jockeys Association (PJA) reports it has 42 licensed female members: eight Flat, 28 apprentice, three jumps, two conditional,  one duel apprentice/ conditional

“If they are good enough they will get on, why wouldn’t they?” said Turner, speaking on BBC News.
“Trouble at the top.
“Yet while a significant proportion of Stable Staff – at a premium these days, we are told- and female jockeys are well represented on the lower rungs of the career ladder, the numbers strongly suggest they are still struggling to establish themselves higher up. There was not a single female among the Top 50 in this season’s Flat championship that ended on British Champions Day, during which Cathy Gannon and leading apprentice Sammy Jo Bell led the way with 24 winners.
 
Stable Staff -
"Stable Staff" - A financially  dishonest government scam:
“Twenty-eight years after she rode Sprowston Boy to win the Queen Alexandra Stakes in 1987, Gay Kelleway remains the only female to have ridden a winner at Royal Ascot, where only two of the 444 available rides this year were taken by female jockeys; the last time a female rode a Group 1 winner in Britain it was Turner on Margot Did in the 2011 Nunthorpe.
 
“The picture is not dissimilar over jumps, where there are no females in the Top 50, Nina Carberry and Katie Walsh are often cited as examples of why females do not require any additional allowance when riding against their male counterparts, yet while no -one would question their prowess, both are officially amateurs allowed only a limited number of rides against professional males. Relatively few females have ever been able to establish themselves in the male professional ranks of British horseracing.
Prejudice ingrained:
“PJA chief executive Paul Struthers said he was aware of the issue. “Echoing what Gary Player said about golf, you can’t improve without practice. While that applies to all young jockeys. I  don’t doubt it’s harder for all female jockeys to get the opportunities when they are starting, whether that is a popular thing to say or not. If you are good enough, you’ll get rides, but you have to be able to demonstrate you’re good enough.


Ex –jockey Richard Parham, senior tutor at the British Racing School, said prejudice against female riders remains deeply ingrained in some parts of the industry in Britain. However, he remained to be convinced an allowance for senior female riders was the answer. “I have been quoted as saying some trainers are still in the dark-ages – not all of them, but some of them,” he said “I’m sure there is a prejudice, but when you get to Cathy Gannon’s stage and you’re a professional jockey, then why would you need a 3lb claim? “

 
“Perham, however, reported an increase in the numbers of females entering the sport. “We’re seeing far more girls on apprentice courses because they are lighter framed, generally smaller than the guys, who are gradually getting bigger,” he said. “On all the foundation courses it is massively in favour of girls. If we can get them involved then they get to the claiming stage as it is now, then by default there will be more opportunities because girls are more able to do the weight. “

“Little support for McCoy idea
“At the crux of McCoy’s thinking – and at the centre of outraged responses was the concept that the average woman is not as strong as their male counterpart. While one might question whether a male jockey who has been “wasting” is likely to have any strength advantage over a naturally lighter female, it is also a fact that colts and geldings must concede weight to fillies and mares to even out such a perceived gender imbalance.

 
“Struthers said there was no groundswell of support for the concept, even among the women themselves. “The idea is not something I’ve had our female members asking for, and indeed when it’s mooted the feedback has been they specifically wouldn’t want it, despite the clear benefit there would be for them ,” he said.

 
“An additional allowance based on the fundamental premise that they’re not as good as male jockeys, and that’s simply not a premise I buy into. Are they as physically strong as, say, Jimmy Fortune or Franny Norton, or have the ability to “carry a horse home” like AP? No, but hardly any jockeys are or do.

 
“It’s difficult to talk about female riders in isolation of jockeys generally, purely because if you speak to trainers it can be a struggle to get owners to put up apprentices or conditionals, particularly when they’re first setting out, and the struggles of jockeys generally are well known and documented.


“We have a board meeting in December when I’m sure it will be discussed, and work on the jockey training and development strategy continues. But while it’s easy for me to say this being male and from the comfort of a desk, I don’t believe we’re in the place where we need positive discrimination yet.”


“Former jockey Dale Gibson, who is now the PJA’s executive director, spoke of wider issues effecting inexperienced jockeys, both male and female. “We lost  the only  televised apprentice race and I think we need more of them,” he said. We should have more apprentice races and fewer amateur races;  that way there are more opportunities for everyone.


“We’re interested in anything that helps development for both male and female apprentices, “ added Gibson. “If a girl can ride out her claim then she’s got every chance of making it, but it’s not something where the industry can wave a magic wand and more females will suddenly appears. It’s a tricky one but we’d prefer to keep the status quo.”
 
NG: “FACTS SHOW males do hold advantages when it comes to strength. "

JMC: This has always been the feeble excuse faced up to anyone who dare challenge in this argument. To partner a fit racehorse in training at exercise or in a race, firstly that rider needs to be as physically fit as the racehorse. Once in the saddle that rider whether female or male needs to have acquired skills that are nothing to do with strength at all. Quite the opposite in fact.  In the case of male builders – bricklayers, strength may well come into the argument.
  
 




INTERNATIONAL HORSERACING
Your adventure into the World of Global Horseracing

a warm welcome to Nicholas Godfrey (GB) (Racing Post) 

 

JMC: We do not want our little babies having to 
experience the terror of war,  anytime in their lives.
We come into this world fragile and helpless.
 next the human journey:
Many of us leave this world fragile and helpless.
 
  



 JMC:  TIMELINE: 
 

MIDDLE EAST MALE WAR CRIMES  

All these Horrific Male Murderers'  need  Gelding.

YOUR LIFETIME JOURNEY :



JMC: HOW ARE WE BRINGING UP OUR CHILDREN?


Parents guide their young ones from birth, ongoing throughout their school day prep, career direction, before launching them into the cruel hardship of life in the real world in 2015. 

When did your parents give you your true life back after guiding you through your school - career direction days?

 
Do you own your own journey throughout your own 


lifetime? Or are you someone else's slave?  




 



BLOODHORSE LITERACY DEFINED :

CB: GLOBAL BLOODHORSE LITERATE ACHIEVER IN PRACTICE AND

IN THEORY IN HIS OWN RIGHT.


CH4 HORSERACING TEAM

A VITAL TRUE PROFESSIONAL BLOODHORSE LITERATE  HORSERACING BALANCING ACT IN PRACTICE ZONE.
               
 
JOIN-UP


As Clive Brittain says " You've got to take the animals into consideration, They don't come out of their loosebox every morning in the same frame of mind. "
 
JMC: BRITISH GOVERNMENT BLOODHORSE ILLITERACY IN ACTION:
Financial fraud and corruption used by government, and left ongoing as used by government over the last seven (7) decades, and still to this very day.
Ripping off big time, all who have achieved true professional bloodhorse literacy in their own right. CH4 Nick Luck this morning took us to meet up with  Oliver Sherwood (Licensed Jumps Trainer) at home with his horses in training at home and out on the Lambourn gallops. Nick, gave us a glimpse of what British horseracing is really all about.
TRAINING ATHLETES:
Both the four legged variety, and the two legged variety. 
 JMC: Tory government who act dishonestly with racecourses and bookmakers to rip- off trainer's and their teams every single day, left ongoing over the last seven decades. This morning CH4 Geoff Banks (Bookmaker British Horseracing Gambling Game ) CH4 Tanya Stevenson (Betting in Action British Horseracing Gambling Game) Stats, Market Movers etc spoke about the present  government entanglement mess-up burdened upon the true sportsmen who work with the horses every day to create the daily sport of horseracing.  

Bloodhorse Literate Handler - Riders when working on racecourses every day, . These true horsemen and true horsewomen need to be properly paid by racecourses, government and bookmakers when working to present the racehorses to the public on race days, working and travelling these racehorses to these racecourses, a fee of £200.00 pounds an hour.  Without whom there would not be any horseracing, the work carried out every day with these horses is not being honestly recognised, or honestly paid for, all taken for granted. Tory government and racecourse blatant theft, colluded fraudulent corruption this is not acceptable.  
 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, slandering and perjuring there names as crooks. British government only interested in the money they can take out of horseracing. No matter if earned by other people, who government leave to live in cruel poverty.

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. "

BLOODHORSE LITERACY IN ACTION.

TO STOP 7 DECADES OF GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL THEFT AND CORRUPTION.
British Government Betting Right Zone. British Government Equus Racing Right Zone. Where is it?
 
 British Government Betting Right Zone.
British Government Equus Racing Right Zone. Where is it?
 Tory government who act dishonestly with racecourses and bookmakers to rip- off trainer's and their teams every single day, ongoing over the last seven decades. 

Team (Clive) Brittain
Mystiko1991
 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 IN RED:
BLOODHORSE ILLITERATE MEDIA AND PUNTERS IN BLUE:
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
AP McCoy
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  
Jim McGrath
 http://tvnewsroom.co.uk/biography-images/jim-mcgrath-107043/ 
Nick Luck
 Tom Lee    
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 Bookmakers
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  Calling the Horses
Mike Cattermole



 



        
 


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