ORGANISE YOUR AFTERNOONS’ RACING, WATCH C4 THE MORNING LINE EVERY SATURDAY 8AM to 9AM.
LET THE CHANNEL4 MORNING LINE TEAM HELP YOU ORGANISE YOUR AFTERNOONS’ RACING ACTION.
An interesting and entertaining program providing key current news, updates, and reviews. With key info relevant to this afternoons action from HAYDOCK, NEWMARKET and BEVERLEY. The clues are there.
TODAYS MEETINGS COVERED BY CHANNEL4’s HORSERACING TEAM
HAYDOCK Flat (Turf) 7 races £223k First race 2.00.
2.00. TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 1 C4 Live
2.30. TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 2 C4 Live
3.00. TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 4 C4 Live
3.30. TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 6 C4 Live
NEWMARKET Flat (Turf) 7 races £156k First race 2.15.
2.45. TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 3 C4 Live
3.20. TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 5 C4 Live
BEVERLEY Flat (Turf) 7 races £59k First race 2.10
CH4 Live 3.40.
C4 HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:
Host Presenter/Broadcaster/ Bloodhorse Illiterate
GUEST STAR WILLIAM BUICK
Bloodhorse Literate. A young professional flat jockey who’s achievements to date speak for themselves. A young rider to follow. Of key interest to all young ones who are thinking about attempting a career in horseracing.
Bloodhorse Literate, Specialist/Broadcaster.
Specialist Presenter/Broadcaster/Bloodhorse Illiterate
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/ Up to the minute on line betting stats. Bloodhorse Illiterate. Email Tanya: email@example.com
Specialist Broadcaster/ Commentator/Bloodhorse Illiterate.
COUNTDOWN DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
EPSOM DERBY/OAKS MEETING
FRIDAY JUNE 4th AND SATURDAY JUNE 5th 2010 www.epsomdowns.co.uk
ROYAL ASCOT MEETING runs from Tuesday June 15 throughout to Saturday June 19th 2010 over these five days. www.ascot-hospitality.co.uk
PAUSE FOR THOUGHT.
Lee Mottershead reports for the Racing Post today to wish Lewis Duke “a happy 100th, and good luck with your patent. “
“It is sometimes said that racing needs to find a younger audience. Yet it is equally important to cherish the sport’s established fans, and few are more established or remain as enthusiastic as Lewis Duke who celebrates his 100th birthday to-day.
“Duke , who began buying the Sporting Life after being demobbed from the army, has read the Racing Post since it’s birth and still has it delivered to his West Sussex nursing home on a daily basis. On the rare days when his newsagent comes up short, Duke’s son Adrian is sent on a mission to find a copy.
Once a chartered surveyor, Duke has a slight preference for jumping over Flat racing, but he enjoys both and religiously watches televised racing, although with the sound turned down. Having followed the sport since long before Golden Miller was born there are few things that pundits can tell Duke that he does not already know.
“Casting his mind back to his first punting memory , Duke says: ‘When I was about ten, my father and uncle took me to the Newmarket and Thurlow Hunt point to point and asked me to go and back the favourite for them. I had already seen a horse called Somerset in the paddock and fancied him, so I put five bob of my own on him. The horse won and that started me off.
“I still have a bet every day, but I only bother with bets on the day and don’t do anything anti – post as anything can happen - the horse – can get a stone in his hoof and not run. I have a £2.00 patent every day without fail and phone the bet through to the bookmaker. I pick out horses who have not necessarily done much in the past but could do a lot in the future .
“From all at the Racing Post, many happy returns – and many more profitable patents – to Lewis. “
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