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THROUGH THE KEYHOLE THE CLUES ARE THERE. An interesting and entertaining program providing key current news, updates, previews and reviews relevant to this afternoon’s action from York and Sandown.
TODAYS MEETINGS COVERED BY THE MORNING LINE TEAM ARE:
YORK Flat (Turf) 7 races £201k First race 2.05.
SANDOWN Flat (Turf) 7 races £ 99k First race 1.45.
TODAY’S C4 TOTE SCOOP6 RACES LIVE ARE:
YORK 2.05. TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 1
SANDOWN 2.20 TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 2
YORK 2.40 TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 3
SANDOWN 2.55 TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 4
YORK 3.15 TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 5
YORK 3.50 TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 6
TOMMO’S GREAT SCOOP6 NEWS .....
All members of Derek 'Tommo' Thompson's Syndicate on www.iScooped6.co.uk won a share of this weeks Scoop6 Win Fund by correctly selecting all 6 winners along with 11 other lucky tickets in this weeks Scoop6... The syndicate selections are on the website:
A payout of £5,628.40 is a healthy return for the £384 stake (192 lines), and 1 of them struck lucky! But what's better is the shot at next week's bonus fund and chance to add as much as £50,000 to the total amount which will be distributed among syndicate members if we win!
Congratulations to all syndicate members! If you didn't play this week, make sure you join in the fun for next week by registering now from just £5.50... it's great value considering how much fun it was to cheer in the winners last Saturday, and we will be cheering even harder next week for the bonus race!!!
The iScooped6.co.uk Team
C4 MORNING LINE HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:
LESLEY (Posh Bird) GRAHAM
Host Presenter/Broadcaster/ Bloodhorse Illiterate
GUEST STAR RICHARD FAHEY
Top trainer at York over the last four years. (Licensed British Trainer Malton). Working with 140 horses in training at present, with the aid of the young flat jockey PAUL HANAGAN a partnership going from strength to strength.
MRS V. FAHEY (3) partners TRIP OPF LIGHT at YORK this afternoon in the 2.05 Queen Mother’s Cup Lady Amateur Riders Handicap (class 3) 1mile 5f with 19 down to run. FAHEY fields a strong hand of runners at Royal Ascot this next week, five of them two year olds.
EMMA (The Pouting Heiress) SPENCER
Bloodhorse Literate, Specialist/Broadcaster.
TANYA (Tipbits) STEVENSON
Form Specialist Broadcaster up to the minute betting stats. Bloodhorse Illiterate
BARRY (BISMARK) DENNIS
Form Specialist/Bookmaker/Bloodhorse Illiterate
Specialist Commentator/Broadcaster. Bloodhorse Illiterate.
Specialist Presenter/Broadcaster. Bloodhorse Illiterate.
COUNTDOWN DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
ROYAL ASCOT MEETING runs this next week from Tuesday June 15 throughout to Saturday June 19th 2010 over these five days. www.ascot-hospitality.co.uk
To be televised throughout this next week from Tuesday 15th June by the BBC.
BBC INFO, go to: http://turfcall.blogspot.com/2009_01_01_archive.html
LAST WEEKEND'S EPSOM DOWN'S INVESTIC DERBY AND OAKS MEETING.
Fabulous racing. A great work of art achievement created by all the many sections that go to make up the Whole British Horseracing Experience.
SNOW FAIRY partnered by RYAN MOORE, minded and presented by LYNSEY HANNA won the OAKS at 9/1 by a neck from MEEZNAH
SNOW FAIRY Owned by Anamoine Ltd, and trained by Ed Dunlop in Newmarket.
WORKFORCE partnered by RYAN MOORE minded and presented by PAUL GRASSICK set the Derby scene alight with an electric performance, winning the Derby at 6/1 by 7 lengths from AT FIRST SIGHT. Ryan scored in both the Oaks and the Derby a fantastic work of art achievement. WORKFORCE Owned by Khalid Abdullah, and trained by Sir Michael Stoute in Newmarket, the true heart and home of British Horseracing.
Our own Queen Elizabeth (Hostess at Royal Ascot 2010 over 5 days from Tuesday June 15through to Saturday June 19th ) in her Birthday Honours List has awarded A.P.(Tony) McCOY an OBE. McCoy's achievements as a Professional National Hunt Jockey ( Over Hurdles and Fences) reached a peak this year when he won the Grand National at Aintree, for the first and only time to date, in 15 years, partnering DON'T PUSH IT.
PAUSE FOR THOUGHT
Who are the Rules of British Horseracing made and kept up for?
Made so as the regulation parties can understand them, but no one else?
In all sport rules are configured, upheld and updated to ensure 'Fair Play'
Fair play in all sport is paramount, otherwise it is not a sport.
Why is this not being adhered to properly in this sport that is British Horseracing?
Eg, most of the people who are attending the World Cup Football at present, are fully aware of the rules. As are those who are shortly to visit the Wimbledon Tennis. There is no reason whatsoever that Horseracing World Wide should be any different.