Friday, 20 January 2017

SATURDAY JANUARY 21, ITV4 HORSERACING THE OPENING SHOW START 10.00am.:FROM ASCOT AND HAYDOCK PARK START 1.30pm



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FEATURE RACE HAYDOCK PARK:





RACING POST THIS WEEK:


ITV4’s Horseracing Team is shaping-up well now. 
(third weekend)
 Haydock Park turf jump meeting.  
 this racecourse of particular historical interest.
 

OPENING SHOW EPISODES: INCLUDING THIS MORNING:




ASCOT ABANDONED:

Dangerous Going:


HAYDOCK PARK RACECOURSE:



Colour Coded Blue Media and Punters Guide:
Colour Coded Red Bloodhorse Literate Guide:

Today's ITV4 Opening Show Horseracing Team:

Presented by Ed Chamberlin

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Mick Fitzgerald


Luke Harvey

Rishi Persad

Ed Chamberlain


Stewart Machin Calling the Horses.

JMC: Matt Chapman highlights a racehorses problem. 

JMC: There are many other likely bloodhorse literate problems that can easily effect a racehorses form - performance competing in a race, any and all races: 

JMC: The boys take a closer look at the controversial “Jockey Club’s Kempton Park Racecourse Sale Plans”. Brough Scott picks up on the present controversy breaking news, pointing out that the the Jockey Club have to work 30 years in advance. 

JMC: Matt Chapman says Kempton Park Racecourse should not belong to the Jockey Club in the first place. A situation as this should never apply.

JMC: Kempton Park Racecourse should belong by rights in the general order of things to all those who work for free every day on all British racecourses to include the racehorses in training,  the very people who keep and have kept  British horseracing up and running each and every day, a situation  left ongoing over the last seven decades.  All these bloodhorse literate achievers have bought and paid for Kempton Park Racecourse many times over already.


https://www.palacehousenewmarket.co.uk/

The National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art. An exciting new tourist destination is being created in Newmarket which will open in 2016.


ITV4: OPENING SHOW: 10.00am to 11.00am Every Saturday:

Horse Racing - ITV News - ITV.com

www.itv.com/news/topic/horse-racing/

Kempton Park, home of the classic King George VI Chase, could be closed for housing redevelopment "from 2021 at the earliest", its owners the Jockey Club ...

Horse Racing returns to ITV at 1pm on New Year's Day 2017 - ITV News

www.itv.com/news/2016.../horse-racing-returns-to-itv-at-1pm-on-new-years-day-201...

28 Dec 2016 - Horse racing returns to ITV on Sunday for the first time in 31 years when Ed Chamberlin makes his ITV Racing debut by introducing live ...



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Today's Papers


Today's Racecards: 



Racing Post Live:


ASCOT ABANDONED TODAY:

7:53 - 21 JAN 2017


 Horse Racing Cards

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BLOODHORSE LITERATE COPYRIGHT RATINGS: WHERE ARE THEY?
THESE PEOPLE ARE TALENTED ATHLETICALLY  FIT ARTIST'S. NO WAY SHOULD THEY BE TRAPPED IN THE GOVERNMENTS MINIMUM, LIVING WAGE SCAM TRAP.  


JMC: PAUSE FOR THOUGHT: 21. 1 17.

THE BRITISH JOCKEY CLUB LAND KEMPTON PARK BOMBSHELL: 
By racing writer of the year Tom Kerr, page 6
Racing Post Friday January 20.

“A wafer-thin scheme to flog Kempton Park Racecourse off on the 

cheap."  


“The numbers don’t add up in Jockey Club’s Kempton plan. ”

“It is my opinion, argued here last week, that putting a price on Kempton – a profitable, popular racecourse situated in about as desirable a location as the sport could dream of – is both foolish and destructive, trading short – term gain for the loss of a great venue and a key component of the sport’s heritage.

“Others will disagree. They see not a wrecking ball destroying a cherished racecourse but an opportunity to, as Jockey Club chief executive  Simon Bazalgette told me on ITV’s The Opening Show last weekend, create a new heritage” in the shape of a renovated Sandown Park, and another new all-weather track at Newmarket.

“While I can see some logic in that plan, what I cannot fathom is how anyone can offer their support to the Jockey Club on the basis of the flimsy business case it has made thus far made for selling Kempton. Details are not just thin on the ground, they would blow away in a strong breeze. 


“So far the Jockey Club has failed to explain what sort of work would take place at Sandown Park; it has failed to share detailed plans about the proposed Newmarket all-weather course; and most vitally of all it has failed to account for why it needs to sell a profitable asset in order to carry out what strikes me as a thoroughly unexceptional list of proposed investments.

 “The headline figure in the Jockey Club’s announcement of the plan to put Kempton Park up for sale was the £500 million proposed investment over the next ten years. Many have approvingly quoted this figure; imagining a bonanza of spending, but this half billion is pure smoke and mirrors. What that figure represents is not an ambitious investment program but, in fact little more than a continuation of present operational investment.

“As per the Jockey Club’s 2015 annual report published last April, the racecourse group has invested £415 million in the sport over the past decade. That figure includes prize- money contributions, maintenance of facilities and racing surfaces, and larger investments. It includes everything from a lick of paint on a bench at Carlisle to the £45 million Princess Royal grandstand at Cheltenham.

“Therefore the vast majority of the £500 million the Jockey Club has pledged to invest in racing is, while welcome, not exactly optional. It is the group’s bread and butter; the costs of running a large racecourse group. Even more intriguingly a figure 0f £400 million for investment over the next 10 years (the total without the hypothetical proceeds of selling Kempton) would actually represent a considerable fall in real-terms spending.  

“The Jockey Club spent £260m on infrastructure and facilities in the decade, along with prize-money contributions rising by £1m each year (as they did in 2015 to 2016, reaching  £20.9m) I  would produce  an investment  figure over the next ten years of-brace yourself- £515 million. Even subtracting the £45 million paid to build the Princess Royal stand would leave a total almost as large as the proposed half-billion investment.

“Suddenly it looks a lot like selling Kempton Park is not a bonus, not some once in a lifetime transformative windfall for the sport, but perhaps something necessary for the Jockey Club to do little more than stand still.

“This comes against a backdrop of an organisation that is, on paper, performing relatively well. ”






""OPPOSITION GROWS FROM TRAINERS TO KEMPTON PLAN. "
By Lee Mottershead.
Racing Post Friday January 20.



JMC: The true reality copyright that belongs to Global and British Horseracing involving "Racehorses in Training" to include all those who work with these beautiful creatures every day, creating  race meeting's worldwide. Britain has 
we are told, a "Multi Billion Pound Horseracing Industry". So why over the last seven decades and still to date,  has it,  is it,  being run as a charity, by a "Bloodhorse Illiterate Tory Dark Age government?" 






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Sir Paul McCartney's ex-wife is the latest person to join the treatment room.



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RACING RESULTS:






JMC: PAUSE FOR THOUGHT: 21. 1 17.


Racing Post Friday January 20. Page 1 and 3. 

Opposition grows from trainers to Kempton Plan.

By Lee Mottershead.  



Racing Post Friday January 20. Page 6.


“A wafer-thin scheme to flog the course on the cheap. 
Racing writer of the year Tom Kerr.




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