Sunday, 10 January 2016

SACRED SUNDAY JANUARY 10, 2016. REVIEW THE OUTCOME FROM KEMPTON PARK AND CHEPSTOW.BROUGHT TO US LIVE BY CH4 HORSERACING TEAM

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REVIEW CHEPSTOW FEATURE RACE

1:45 CHPCoral Welsh Grand National (A Handicap Chase) (Grade 3) Cl1 3m5f110y CH4
WIN; Mountanous (IRE) 11 10-6 partner Jamie Moore Team (Kerry) Lee for Hartley Phillips Roseff Shields. 9-1. Trainer Kerry Lee a guest on the Morning Line earlier. A confident performance, and an exciting win.

 REVIEW KEMPTON PARK FEATURE RACE
2:35 KEMWilliam Hill Lanzarote Hurdle (Handicap) (Listed Race) Cl1 2m5f CH4

WIN: Yala Enki (FR) 6 10-3 partner Charlie Deutsch (5) Team (Venetia) Williams for Hills of Ledbury (AGE) 11-4.Stuck on in tough ground to win here well. The horses and their riders come in plastered all over with mud.

STOBART JOCKEY OF THE MONTH DECEMBER 2015 AWARD NOMINATIONS:
WHERE ARE  STOBART'S TRAINER TEAM FOR DECEMBER 2015 AWARDS?
WITHOUT TRAINER TEAMS THERE WOULD BE NO LEG UP FOR ANY JOCKEY.
http://racing.channel4.com/jockeyofthemonth/index.html

      

SUNDAY JANUARY 10, RACING POST 2016
Week Monday January 4, to Sunday January 10, 2016. 
 
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RACING POST PREVIEW
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http://www.racingpost.com/news/live.sd 

PREVIEW BLOODHORSE LITERATE INFO:

WILLIE MULLINS (IRE)
AS PUBLISHED IN THE RACING POST YESTERDAY PAGE 16.

RUNNING PLANS:

“Faugheen, Canyon and Fire could line up for Irish Champion Hurdle thriller.

“THERE is every chance Faugheen will run in the BHP Insurances Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown on January 24. We’ll also have Nichols Canyon and Artic Fire in the race and all three owners are very keen to run their horses.

 
ONE TO WATCH:
“Gratoriano is a nice five-year-old who will be started off in a bumper (Flat turf race) in the next few weeks. We bought him off Graham McKeever, who acquired him as a young horse in France. Harold Kirk saw him work at Graham’s one day, liked him, and rang me. He said we should buy him and I gave him the go-ahead. “


FAIRYHOUSE TOMORROW

SUNDAY
“McKinley, a four-time winner over hurdles last season, including the Grade 1 novice at Naas a tear ago, goes in the 2m1f beginners’ chase (2.50). He ran a good race on his debut over fences when second to Walk To Freedom at Navan four weeks ago. The distance and ground should suit him and he should have a big chance. “
TRAMORE TOMORROW
SUNDAY ABANDONED
 

 
 



RACING REVIEW  RESULTS
 http://www.racingpost.com/horses2/results/home.sd?r_date=2016-01-09


BLOODHORSE LITERATE INFO:
WILLIE MULLINS AS PUBLISHED IN THE RACING POST YESTERDAY PAGE 16.

 
MOMENT OF THE WEEK:
“Bellshill, Shaneshill and Yorkhill continuing on the fine run for owners Andrea and Graham Wylie enjoying their horses success. Shaneshill made it two from two over fences at Naas on Sunday, where Bellshill won the Lawlor’s Hotel Novice Hurdle, the track’s only Grade 1 race. But for the moment of the week  I’m going for our other top-level winner last weekend, Yorkhill, in the Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown. He’s unbeaten in four starts under rules and, for a horse with so little experience , I loved the way he jumped and travelled through the  race, Every question we’ve asked of him  he’s answered  and everything comes easily to him, .I’d imagine he’ll have another run before we decide on his Cheltenham target.”

 
DOWNER OF THE WEEK:
“We were expecting a much better effort from Uranna in the beginners’ chase for mares at Naas on Sunday but there’s another similar-type race for her at Thurles at the end of the month when the step up to two and a half miles which should suit her.”



REVIEW PUNCHESTOWN  YESTERDAY
Mullins told us in his Racing Post feature yesterday  “Min bidding to emulate his illustrious stablemates.


“Min, a horse many were talking about before he had his first run for us at Punchastown last month, returns to the track for the Sky Bet Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle (2.05) and were hoping he follows Vautour and Douvan by winning the 2m Grade 2 event.

 
“By Walk In The Park, the sire of Douvan, Min was very impressive when winning his maiden hurdle, but we’re going to learn more about him here before we start focusing on the festival.
 
 “He’s dropping two furlongs in trip, but I don’t see that being an issue as I thought when he won last month he’d have no problem going up or down in distance.
“He scored by 14 lengths on that occasion and it was good to see Gurteen, the horse who finished second to him, going on to win a bumper at Leopardstown’s Christmas meeting.
 
“Min has done well since his win and is in very good form. We think he’s improved and we’re looking forward to him moving up in grade Here’s hoping he’ll confirm the good impression he made on his first start for us.”



“Measureofmydreams, who makes his debut over fences in the 2m4f beginners’ chase (12.25), is a fine, big chasing type by Shantou. Brian Cooper’s mount won a point-to-point and a bumper before scoring  twice over hurdles last season. He jumps well and if he can transfer his rating over fences he should have a very good chance.
 


Union Dues returns to action after an absence of 892 days in the 2m maiden hurdle (2.40). It will be only the fifth start of his career and he has shown plenty of ability, winning two bumpers and a 1m4f amateur riders’ maiden at the Galway festival in 2013.

 
“He’s had his problems, hasn’t run since Galway and, while he’s shown he handles testing ground and should handle the track and the conditions, it will be a tall order for him to win having been off the track for so long.


 
 
 

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