Sunday, 17 January 2016

SACRED SUNDAY JANUARY 17,AND MONDAY 18, REVIEW OF YESTERDAY'S RACING FROM WARWICK, WETHERBY AND CHELMESFORD CITY.

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WARWICK FEATURE RACES SATURDAY JANUARY 16
Heavy tiring going, tough for the horses especially if getting a bit tired at the end of this race over 3m with 18 big fences to jump at racing pace. Willie Mullins Bloodhorse Literate Copyright herewith:
Novice Chase

WM: “BLACK HURCULES faces only four rivals, it looks a competitive race for a horse who has raced only once over racecourse fences but, win or lose, he should learn plenty from it. He was a Grade 3 winner over the trip as a novice hurdler last season and won well when scoring on his chasing debut over two and a half miles at Navan last month. He goes well on testing ground and is in good  form.”
1:50 WARBetfred Mobile Hampton Novices´ Chase (Listed Race) Cl1 3m CH4
WIN: Black Hercules (IRE) 7 11-4 partner Danny Mullins Team Willie Mullins for Andrea and Graham Wylie. 5-6f.

16 Mar 16 CHELTENHAM RSA Chase (Grade 1) (POSSIBLE ENTRIES) Cl1 3m80y

WIN: Thomas Hobson 6 11-7 partner Danny Mullins Team Willie Mullins for Mrs S Ricci. 5-1.
 

 

WARWICK FEATURE RACE  

WIN: Russe Blanc (FR) 9 10-7 partner Charlie Poste Team Kerry Lee for Mark Jackson 20-1.

       

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PREVIEW SATURDAY JANUARY 16, WARWICK AND NAAS: WILLIE MULLINS BRINGS US THIS BLOODHORSE LITERATE INFO:

Racing Post January 16, page 16.


WARWICK 1.50

“Warwich has been quite a lucky track for us in recent years’ and we’re hoping to be among the winners again there today when we run Black Hercules in the 3 miles novice chase (1.50). Although Black Hercules  faces only four rivals, it looks a competitive race for a horse who has raced only once over racecourse fences but, Win or lose, he should learn plenty from it. He was a Grade 3 winner over the trip as a novice hurdler last seasons and won well when scoring on his chasing debut at two and a half miles at Navan last month. He goes well on testing ground and is in form.

 


WARWICK 3.00pm Novice Hurdle

3:00 WARNeptune Investment Management Novices´ Hurdle (Registered As The Leamington Novices´ Hurdle Race) Cl1 2m5f CH4

 
Open Eagle based on his Flat form you would imagine, will appreciate the step up in distance in the novice hurdle. 2m5f. How he and Thomas Hobson– who won well over a slightly shorter trip on his most recent start at Punchestown – fare will be another guide to the strength of the novice form on both sides of the Irish Sea.
 

"Kalkir 2nd had some very smart form early last season and if he could reproduce that it would give him a good chance.

 

"Both  Buiseness Sivola who has not run since Auteuil in June and Kalkir will be running in a handicap for the first time. They were due to reappear at Limerick's Christmas meeting only for it to be cancelled and they are both fit and well for this test.

 
We also run Ivan Grozny, Bamako Moriviere, Blood Cotil,  Kilkulttagh Vic,
Pylonthepressure, Aminaabad and Childrens List.
 
 
YOUR RACING POST TODAY
http://turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/saturday-january-16-racing-post-2016.html

 
 
BLOODHORSE LITERATE COPYRIGHT INFO ZONE:
WILLIE MULLINS GUIDE PAGE 16 IN YOUR RACING POST TODAY:

 
 BLOODHORSE LITERATE COPYRIGHT  INFO ZONE:
SAM TWISTON-DAVIES  GUIDE PAGE 12 and 13 IN YOUR RACING POST TODAY

 
 



OUTSTANGING JUMP JOCKEY OF THE MONTH AWARD FOR DECEMBER 2015
Alastair Down meets the first female to ride a Grade 1 winner over Chase Fences.
As published in the Racing Post Monday January 11 2016
 LIZZIE KELLY
(Bloodhorse Literate Copyright LK)
“Jumping’s latest history – maker adding some female fizz to the game."
LK“A lot of tactical thought has gone into it – I haven’t accidentally ended up winning a Grade 1” .  Alastair Down talks to the history making jockey Pages 12 - 13
"Mum's role is huge - don't ever underestimate her. "



MONDAY JANUARY 18, RACING POST 2016.. WILLIE MULLINS AND RUBY WALSH (IRE) WITH THEIR BLOODHORSE LITERATE COPYRIGHT INFO AS THE ACTION UNFOLDED AT WARWICK NAAS AND LEOPARDSTOWN OVER THE WEEKEND
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WILLIE MULLINS PREVIEW SUNDAY JANUARY 17 BLOODHORSE LITERATE COPYRIGHT INFO: LEOPARDSTOWN (IRE)

“The first running of Leopardstown’s most valuable handicap hurdle under the Coral banner (2’25) looks a typically open contest in which we have four of the 25 runners.

“Ruby (Walsh) rides Buiseness Sivola while Jacques Ricou will be on Kalkir, who has been favourite during the week and who will be having his first run since being pulled up in the Triumph Hurdle in March.


 
Review Results Leopardstown Willie Mullins’ Killultagh Vic's blunder. How Ruby Walsh's amazing copyright in action, his timing and balance saves the race. 
RP Photographer Allain Barr capture's the sequence  showing  the near disaster, the agile recovery and the brave win.  ( AB: Photographic Copyright) 


3:30 "Money Back On Fallers" At Coral.ie Novice Chase (Grade 2) 2m3f
WIN: Killultagh Vic (IRE) 7 11-6 partner Ruby Walsh Team Willie Mullins for Boyd, Armstrong and Anderson. 2-7.

Racing Post Pic's capture the moments Killultagh Vic and Ruby Walsh, struggle at the last fence to keep the partnership intact as Killultagh Vic’s crumbles on landing as his backend  sinks into the  ground so nearly coming down. Walsh pulled off a stunning victory, that left those who witnessed it rubbing their eyes in disbelief.

 

By Tony O’Hehir.

“Mullins has a dozen festival favourites in his all- conquering yard, including Killultagh Vic, whose heroics convinced bookmakers to promote him to JLT Chase favouritism . He said: “I thought he was gone and a lot of riders would have pulled up after what happened but not Ruby. What happened afterwards was just unbelievable quite extraordinary, and full marks to horse and rider. The two horses he caught and beat are no slouches, and to beat them having made the running and then to having to give them several lengths after the last fence was staggering. I thought Ruby was going out the side door, he lost an iron, and it’s harder to ride without one iron than without them both – certainly Ruby’s experience paid off. “ Walsh said: “It might have been speed  that caught Killultagh Vic out. “ He was going very fast into the last after quickening up when I gave him a squeeze. He brushed the top of the fence and landed on his head. He was very lucky to stay on his feet, never mind to come back and win as he did. “



THURSDAY MARCH 17 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL 2016.
17 Mar 16 CHELTENHAM JLT Novices' Chase (Registered as The Golden Miller Novices' Chase) (Grade 1) (POSSIBLE ENTRIES) Cl1 2m3f198y


Review Results Sunday January 17, Leopardstown yesterday: Willie Mullins’ Cheltenham hotpots.

RP Photographer Allain Barr capture's the sequence  showing the near disaster, the agile recovery and the brave win, achieved by Killultagh Vic and Ruby Walsh (Copyright) Team Willie Mullins (Copyright).   


3:30 "Money Back On Fallers" At Coral.ie Novice Chase (Grade 2) 2m3f
WIN: Killultagh Vic (IRE) 7 11-6 partner Ruby Walsh Team Willie Mullins for Boyd, Armstrong and Anderson. 2-7.

Racing Post Pic's capture the moments Killultagh Vic and Ruby Walsh, struggle at the last fence to keep the partnership intact as Killultagh Vic’s crumbles on landing as his backend  sinks into the  ground so nearly coming down. "Walsh pulled off a stunning victory, that left those who witnessed it rubbing their eyes in disbelief. "

 
THURSDAY MARCH 17 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL 2016.
17 Mar 16 CHELTENHAM JLT Novices' Chase (Registered as The Golden Miller Novices' Chase) (Grade 1) (POSSIBLE ENTRIES) Cl1 2m3f198y

 



PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
 
WILLIE MULLINS (IRE) 
CHAMPION IRISH NH TRAINER



MOMENT OF THE WEEK
MIN's impressive win at Punchestown on Saturday January 9 in the Grade 2 Sky Bet Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle.
WM: “It had to be Min’s performance in winning the Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle at Punchestown last weekend. When a couple of his rivals came up behind on the final bend, he just went up a gear without much effort and ran away from them. The way Min won confirmed the impression he made when winning his maiden hurdle and he does look a very exciting talent. “

WM: "Min hot favourite for this race, and unlikely to run again before the Cheltenham Festival 2016. 

15 Mar 16 CHELTENHAM Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle (Grade 1) (POSSIBLE ENTRIES) Cl1 2m87y

WM: "Min, was not overly expensive at all. If you look back at his form in France, he was beaten quite a distance in his two runs, so he didn't have a huge price tag. The reason we were so interested in him at the time was because he was by Walk In The Park, who was the same sire as Douvan. At the time we thought quite a bit of Douvan, even though it was very early in his career, so we thought it might be worth taking a chance on Min and that is what we did. It's not always about spending the most money and Min proves that. Min, Douvan, Faugheen and Annie Power all challenge on the opening day. "
  
 
DOWNER OF THE WEEK:
“I was very disappointed with Monbeg Rose, who was well beaten when pulled up in the novice hurdle at Thurles on Thursday. I was expecting a much better effort from her. “



ONE TO WATCH:
Townsend, a five year old who won over hurdles at Auteuil in June on his only start, is a  nice sort and will be having his first run for us in a novice hurdle in the near future. "
 
As published in the Racing Post January 16, page 16.





  

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