Saturday, July 03, 2010

WATCH CHANNEL4 THE MORNING LINE LIVE FROM 8AM to 9AM EVERY SATURDAY. TO ORGANISE YOUR AFTERNOONS' RACING ACTION.




THROUGH THE KEYHOLE THE CLUES ARE THERE. An interesting and entertaining program providing previews, key current news, review and updates, relevant to this afternoon’s C4 live action from Haydock and Sandown Park.



TODAYS MEETINGS COVERED BY THE MORNING LINE TEAM ARE:

SANDOWN Flat (Turf) 7 races £731 k First race 2.00-5.25.
C4 show 2.00. 2. 35. 3.10 Coral –Eclipse and the 3.40.

HAYDOCK Flat (Turf) 7 races £264k First race 2.15-5.45.
C4 show 2.15. 2.50. 3.25


TODAY’S C4 TOTE SCOOP6 Saturday’s TV Bet .
Good Luck to the single winner playing for today’s bonus of £146, 667 if they don’t win, you could scoop a fortune next week.

SANDOWN 2.00. TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 1
SANDOWN 2.35 TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 2
HAYDOCK 2.50 TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 3
SANDOWN 3.10 TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 4
??? TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 5 ?
HAYDOCK 3.25 TOTE SCOOP6 Leg 6



C4 MORNING LINE HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:

NICK (Lord Snooty) LUCK
Host Presenter/Broadcaster/ Bloodhorse Illiterate

GUEST STAR MICHAEL (Mick) KINANE.
Bloodhorse Literate. Professional Horseman, Flat Race Jockey of the Highest Calibre. Recently retired from race riding following his famous association with the colt SEA THE STARS, throughout 2008/ 2009.


1975 MICK KINANE started out with his first win, partnering MUSCARI, at LEOPARDSTOWN on March 19 1975 - at the age of 16.

2009 MICK KINANE bows out at LONGCHAMP on 4 October 2009 partnering SEA THE STARS to win the QATAR PRIX de L’ARC de TRIOMPHE (Group 1) at 4-6f with a prize of £2,219,029.00.


Kinane has dedicated thirty four years of his life competing in races all around the world, at the highest level, in what can and often is a highly dangerous and challenging sport. Made far more dangerous by Bloodhorse Illiterate parties.


JOHN (Mac) McCRIRICK THE PUNTERS CHAMPION
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/Commentator. ‘Bloodhorse Illiterate’


TOM (SP) LEE
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/ Up to the minute on line betting stats. Bloodhorse Illiterate. Email Tom: racing@channel4.com


DEREK (Thommo) THOMPSON
‘Bloodhorse Literate’ Form Specialist, Presenter, Broadcaster.


STEWART MACHIN
Specialist Broadcaster. Bloodhorse Illiterate.


JIM (Gentleman Jim) McGRATH
Form Specialist/Broadcaster/Commentator. ‘Bloodhorse Illiterate’


JOHN (Francs) FRANCOME
‘Bloodhorse Literate’. Retired professional jump jockey horseman of the highest caliber. Form Specialist/Broadcaster/ Journalist/Author


EMMA (The Pouting Heiress) SPENCER
Bloodhorse Literate, Specialist/Broadcaster. Emma pop’s in briefly, and oh, so bravely, to show a Vespa scooter, the prize to go to the best dressed lady in ‘ The Glam Stakes’ .


JOHN GOSDEN
Bloodhorse Literate. A British licensed racehorse trainer of the highest caliber. The Morning Line call John up over the phone and ask about his chances today....

BARRY (BISMARK) DENNIS
Form Specialist/Bookmaker/ Over the phone Barry names the horse that he believes will not succeed in winning this afternoon. Bloodhorse Illiterate



COUNTDOWN DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

NEWMARKET JULY FESTIVAL MEETING. Featuring Abu Dhabi Day, Champagne Lanson Ladies Day and Darley July Cup Day. Three days of classic British racing in the garden party atmosphere of the romantic July Course. Wednesday 7 July, Thursday 8 July and Friday 9 July.


The Newmarket Festival finishes over the weekend of Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th July with the Newmarket Town Carnival set to take place on Saturday 10th July at the Rowley Mile racecourse.


This Festival will once again host a range of events around the town, a town steeped in British horseracing history, a town that is the heart and home of British horseracing.

http://www.newmarketracecourses.co.uk/summer/11781147456576.html

http://www.racecoursehospitality.net/EventsNextYear.aspx?StartYear=2010&VenueID=69




GLORIOUS GOODWOOD (horseracing) From Tuesday 27 July through to
Saturday 31 July over five days Chichester Events World
Events ... Just as much a social event as a sporting highlight, 'Glorious
Goodwood' was famously described by King Edward VII as 'a garden party
with racing tacked on' ...

www.worldeventsguide.com/.../Glorious-Goodwood-horseracing.html -



LAST WEEKEND’S WINNERS.

OVERTURN EDDIE AHERN
The Morning Line last Saturday when calling/phoning D.McCAIN Jnr for info turned out to be spot on in the 3.05 John Smith's Northumberland Plate.
OVERTURN partner EDDIE AHERN trainer D.McCAIN Jnr, for T G Leslie, the 14/1 winner, 19 ran. The richest British 2 mile flat race, worth £107,887.50 to the winner.


CAPE BLANCO JOHNNY MURTAGH
Winner of the Irish Derby last Sunday at the Curragh at 7/2. Trainer Aiden O'Brien for Derrick Smith.



PAUSE FOR THOUGHT AND READ THIS FANTASTIC BOOK

BOOK: ’SEA THE STARS’ A TRUE LIFE STORY.
THE STORY OF A PERFECT RACEHORSE www.racingpost.com/shop
Edited by Sean Magee

MICK KINANE ‘Bloodhorse Literate’ now recently retired from race riding.
His achievements: Licensed Professional Horseman, Flat Race Jockey of the Highest Calibre.


CONNECTIONS
SEA THE STARS OWNER CHRISTOPHER TSUI
Christopher’s Mother, gifted SEA THE STARS to her son.
JOHN OXX licensed professional trainer. (IR)
JOHN HYNES care minder, presenter.
SLIM O’NEILL assistant trainer.
ALEX DA SILVA professional horseman, handler rider.
DAVID BOYNE farrier


Leopardstown March 19th 1975 MICK KINANE bowed in partnering MUSCARI his first winner, at the age of sixteen.


Longchamp 4 October 2009 MICK KINANE bowed out after partnering SEA THE STARS to win the QATAR PRIX de L’ARC de TRIOMPHE (Group 1) at 4-6f with a prize of £2,219,029.00.


Mick Kinane has dedicated thirty four years of his life competing in races all around the world, at the highest level, in what can and often is a highly dangerous and challenging sport. Made more dangerous by the ‘ Bloodhorse Illiteracy’ Personnel within the British Horseracing Authority Regulation and Disciplinary Departments. (BHA) Personnel who refuse to accept their limitations



MICK KINANE Born on June 22 1959
Mick rode his first winner at Leopardstown on 19 March 1975 partnering MUSCARI he
was 16 years old, achieving professional ‘Bloodhorse Literacy’ a horseman of the
highest calibre. Married to Catherine 25 June 1982, with two children, Sinead and Aisling. Major races won; 2,000 Guineas, Irish Oaks, Prix de l’ Abbaye, Heinz 57 Phoenix S. St James ‘s Palace Stakes, Premio Pariole, Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe, Belmont Stakes, Epsom Derby 1993. Melbourne Cup 1993. Eclipse Sandown Park 1993. Irish St Leger. To name only a few here. A Master Craftsman.



A facinating insight into the life and times of SEA THE STARS and all those who came to be close to him throughout his racing career. A must read, for all those out
there who are seeking to find direction and meaning within the worldwide sport of horseracing.


“The moment when Sea The Stars burst clear of his rivals to win the 2009 Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp was a landmark in the history of horseracing.


“The Irish-trained colt-first horse ever to win the 2,000 Guineas, Derby and Arc-became one of the true icons of the sport, his achievements inviting comparison with legends like SEA BIRD, NIJINSKY and MILL REEF. For many in the racing world he was, quite simply, the finest racehorse ever.


“SEA THE STARS: The story of a perfect racehorse describes his stellar career as it unfolded in the pages of the Racing Post, whose unrivaled team of writers and acclaimed photographer Edward Whitaker covered every move of the colt’s progress from promising prospect to all-time superstar.


“It also records the magical effect which a great racehorse exerts on those close by-on his young owner Christopher Tsui, so overcome with excitement when SEA THE STARS won the Eclipse Stakes, that he passed out; on his breeder Ling Tsui , who never saw the horse in the flesh but watched the races from her home in Hong Kong; on his trainer John Oxx and ageless jockey Mick Kinane; and on the staff in Oxx’s stable.


“We meet the groom who cared for SEA THE STARS every day and could not bear the thought of that head no longer poking out of the box door for his daily apple; the Brazilian exercise rider for whom SEA THE STARS was ‘my best friend’; the equine masseuse who eased the colt’s muscles after each big-race victory; the horseman who used his revolutionary breaking -in procedure to give the raw yearling his early education.


“Those closely involved and those who could only marvel from the other side of the running rail were unanimous in their assessment of SEA THE STARS. He was a perfect racehorse.”


JOHN OXX “He’s got the pedigree, the looks, that tremendous athletic frame, the temperament and then the record. When you put it all together, no breeder could hope to breed a better horse 300 years down the line from the development of the thoroughbred, and that’s what he represents to me: the ultimate development of the thoroughbred species.”


SEAN MAGEE is the author of several books on horseracing-including Lester’s Derbys (With Lester Piggott) and ARKLE; The Life and Legacy of ‘himself’ – and a regular contributor to the Racing Post.

ISBN 978-1-905156-77-1 2009



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