Jockey

14 Dec 18
Racing Around Hednesford

The sport of horse racing is centuries old, but training stables, as we know them today, are a relatively new idea. Two hundred years ago horses were either trained privately for the nobility and gentry on their estates by training grooms or by public trainers who took the horses of more than one owner into […]

14 Dec 18
NdwomPa.com

StarBoy Music’s ace disc jockey DJ Tunez comes through with a new release titled “Turn Up”, he teams up with Mavin Record act, Reekado Banks and Starboy head honcho, Wizkid. Turn Up was produce by Baby Fresh and Honteronthebeat. CHECK On: DJ Spooky Brown – RHYTHM 9000 Mixtape DJ Tunez x Reekado Banks x Wizkid – […]

14 Dec 18
NdwomPa.com

DJ Spooky Brown releases the much awaited Christmas Jam, RHYTHM 9000 Accra’s Pluzz FM Finest Disc Jockey and boss of Triple S Entertainment, DJ Spooky Brown has finally released his much awaited mix jam for the Christmas festivities, titled RHYTHM ‘9000. The mix-tape, will take you back to some of the greatest hip-hop / hip-life […]

14 Dec 18
Oh, what a ladylike war

With ancestors from South Africa, England, the Arabian Peninsula, Scotland and France, The Waler, although not an official breed, is a type of horse unlike any other. With the speed of a Thoroughbred, endurance of an Arab, intelligence of a Percheron and hardiness of a Timor Pony; the Waler’s contribution in the Great War has […]

14 Dec 18
Made4Naija | Online Music Website

Starboy official Disk Jockey – DJ Tunez, brings forth his offering for the festive season. He links up with his label boss – Wizkid and Banks Music CEO – Reekado Banks for a spanking new single titled “Turn Up”. The production credit goes to Baby Fresh & HonterOnTheBeat. Enjoy! DOWNLOAD MP3

14 Dec 18
FilmEra

Stanley Kubrick and his cinematographer John Alcott turn the clock back 200 years in this extravagant and gorgeous recreation of the 18th century aesthetic.

14 Dec 18
Made4Naija | Online Music Website

DJ Real is obviously one of Nigeria’s most prolific street Disk Jockeys, he sends forth his offerings by dishing out new single featuring the Leg Work master himself – Zlatan, who has been hot on the features lately, and the talented Superwozzy on a decent tune tagged “Owo Odun“. Check it out and share your […]

14 Dec 18
arseonlinetips

Hello and welcome to arseonlinetips. A 100% independent racing website with NO affiliate links & brought to you by 2 racing enthusiasts from either end of the British Isles. Charlie hails from Glasgow, while Rich is from the Isle of Wight, miles apart but united by the sport of kings…. Over at Arse HQ, we […]

14 Dec 18
New Delhi Times

Bob Bryan, one half of the comedy duo Bert and I, which had fun at the expense of Maine Yankees and popularized the immortal punchline, “You can’t get there from here,” has died at his home in Quebec. He was 87. Bryan and the late Marshall Dodge created their humor in a dormitory room at […]

14 Dec 18
Pete The Profit

Racing takes place today at Cheltenham on the stiffer, more galloping New Course for the first time this season and the ground is Good due to the prolonged dry spell in the area. It’s a seven race card and the ITV4 cameras are there showing the final four races, starting with the 1.55. I’ve got […]

14 Dec 18
Bri's Book Nook

On Tour with Prism Book Tours Morgan Wylie for Days of Fantasy for Christmas The Age of Alandria series is a coming of age story of a heroine as she is awakened to her magical powers and a destiny she never saw coming. **The Age Of Alandria book series is a YA epic fantasy written […]

14 Dec 18
The Sun
I WAS brought up on the mean streets of Peckham but quickly found my way to the meaner streets of Herefordshire in the shadows of Prestbury Park. So whenever there’s a meet at Cheltenham I try to get down to my local and catch up with childhood friends. Not to mention all the winners I find. Cheltenham 12.45 Ibis Du Rheu – Where else to start but my beloved Cheltenham? This seven-year-old carries a small penalty for his last success here, but he was a commanding winner that day and I can’t see the likes of The Worlds End reversing the form. Paul Nicholls has stated there’s a bit more to come from this horse now and if that’s the case he should be taking this. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST IN RACING” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Bangor 11.50 Glance Back – This race shouldn’t take much winning and this horse showed plenty of encouragement last outing when second. The winner was impressive that day and Glance Back clearly ran out of puff when push came to shove. He’ll improve for the run and would’ve given him the confidence to sweep home here. Doncaster 2.55 Miss Spent – The Skelton team are banging in the winners once again and Miss Spent is fresh off a commanding win. She’s shot up 9lbs in the handicap but looked good value for that at Southwell. She’ll relish the ground again and has previously won at the track. [boxout headline=”Bully’s Friday Bankers”]12.45 Cheltenham – Ibis Du Rheu 11.50 Bangor – Glance Back 2.55 Doncaster – Miss Spent 6.45 Kempton – Roman Spinner [/boxout] Kempton 6.45 Roman Spinner – Improved massively for the step up to a mile last time after a string of good efforts. Returns to course and distance today and the stable remain in tip-top form. Drawn nicely in four and not many of his rivals come into this off the back of a positive effort. Read more from The Bull by following him on Twitter: @TomBull4 [bc_video video_id=”5976265673001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Former jockey and racing broadcaster Mick Fitzgerald gives Q+A “]    
14 Dec 18
Enigma Horse NAPs

NAP – Espoir De Loire (3.30 Doncaster) @ 10/3 (Bet365) Most of the favourite’s best form is on quicker ground so the good ground will give Ben Pauling’s 4 year old an advantage as he goes well on that type of ground.  He was bought for £60,000 after winning his only Irish PTP in a […]

14 Dec 18
FutureMoney

Women’s Athletic & Outdoor Shorts are sports clothes for all kinds of high strenght outdoor action.In 2017, the global Women’s Athletic & Outdoor Shorts market size was xx million US$ and is forecast to xx million US in 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% from 2018. The objectives of this study are to define, […]

14 Dec 18
Wire to Window

Yesterday the Virginia Racing Commission met & agreed that Colonial Downs will have 15 TB racing days in 2019. In 2020 they will have 30 days of racing. The first race day will be Aug. 8, the meet highlight will be the Virginia Derby. It will be run on Aug. 31, the racing season will […]

14 Dec 18
The Sun
CHELTENHAM hosts a seven-race card this Friday as the first day of the International meeting kicks off. With a hot little Novices’ Chase and the entertaining Cross Country, there is something for everyone on the card. Race 1 – 12.10pm: British Stallion Studs EPF ‘National Hunt’ Novices’ Hurdle (Qualifier) Colin Tizzard’s Elixir De Nutz is likely to go off favourite for the opener after his good win at this track last month. He found plenty under pressure when asked and stepped up on his first run of the season when second behind useful prospect Thomas Darby. However, he now has a 10lb penalty and must give weight away to some promising types. Jarvey’s Plate looked good when winning a bumper last season and made a good start to his hurdling career when third at Hereford. But it is Nicky Henderson’s ANGELS BREATH who catches the eye. He bolted up on his only start in a point-to-point by 12 lengths and goes down firmly into the ‘could be anything’ category. Henderson will have him well schooled and he can take advantage of carrying far less weight than the favourite. VERDICT – 1. Angels Breath 2. Elixir De Nutz 3. Jarvey’s Plate [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F821428%2Frace-card” height=”1000″ /] Race 2 – 12.45pm: Neville Lumb Novices’ Chase  An intriguing four-runner contest where you wouldn’t want to underestimate any of the runners. Emma Lavelle’s Gunfleet is likely to be the outsider, but he was a winning hurdler and made a promising start over fences when a close third at Exeter last month. This is tougher and he will have to progress again, although that isn’t out of the question. Ibis Du Rheu had The World’s End behind him at Cheltenham last time when finally breaking his maiden over fences. He stayed on well that day and is likely to give another good account. But THE WORLD’S END may just reverse that form. He had earlier bolted up on his chasing debut at Chepstow and started his race at Cheltenham well. A mistake at the fourth knocked the stuffing – and his confidence – and he never really attacked his fences from then. A better round of jumping will see him fighting out the finish. Lil Rockerfeller might not have been too impressive in his first two outings over fences, but the return of the cheekpieces saw a much better performance at Exeter last time out. He is also right in with a chance. VERDICT – 1. The World’s End 2. Lil Rockerfeller 3. Ibis Du Rheu [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F821429%2Frace-card” height=”800″ /] Race 3 – 1.20pm Catesby Handicap Hurdle A cracking little handicap contest with most of the field coming into the race in good form. Highest Sun made his first start in Britain in a hot contest at Ascot when finishing behind Didtheyleaveuoutto and Thomas Darby, and he threw his chance away by hanging badly in the home straight. He is pitched straight into a handicap now and could be far better than this level. AL DANCER has won both his starts in Novice Hurdles and is another handicap debutant. This is of course a tougher test but there’s every chance he could be up to it. Master Work is another coming into this in winning form, but will have to take another step up if he is to bag this. A Hare Breath heads back over hurdles after struggling over the bigger obstacles at Cheltenham last month. He used to be a talented performer but is getting on now as a ten-year-old. Magic Dancer is another to enter calculations. He ran out a good winner over course and distance but has failed to match that form this season. A return to this track could see him get back to his best form. VERDICT – 1. Al Dancer 2. Highest Sun 3. Magic Dancer [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F821430%2Frace-card” height=”1200″ /] Race 4 – 1.55pm CF Roberts Electrical & Mechanical Services Mares’ Handicap Chase This is about as wide open a handicap as you could find across the cards and it sets it up nicely from a punting perspective if you have a strong fancy. The one I’ll plump for is MIDNIGHT TARGET who still looks ahead of the handicapper. She jumps well which is important round Cheltenham and there was plenty to like about her comeback at Kempton. Synopsis has been priced up on connections and would like it softer, famous last words. The other two I like are Skewiff – for the now in-form Evan Williams – and Black Tulip who should prefer this bigger field and more competitive pace. VERDICT – 1. Midnight Target 2. Skewiff 3. Black Tulip [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F821431%2Frace-card” height=”1300″ /] Race 5 – 2.30pm CF Roberts 25 Years Of Sponsorship Handicap Chase (Grade 3) KERROW was unlucky not to win when falling at the last last time out. That was after a lengthy absence and he’s clearly well-handicapped. The worry is the bounce after such a long break previously, but the Alan King yard in such good heart you can brush past that. Cogry looks a big price considering his course form – he blows hot and cold but on a going day loves it here and is still on a mark he can strike off. El Bandit was all the rage prior to the Badger Ales Trophy. He ultimately needed the run when pulled-up but had travelled and jumped well before running out of puff. Someone, somewhere clearly thinks he’s on a generous mark. VERDICT – 1. Kerrow 2. Cogry 3. El Bandit [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F821432%2Frace-card” height=”1150″ /] Race 6 – 3.05pm Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase This race is plenty of fun without a bet but the one that sticks out to me for betting purposes is AMAZING COMEDY. He’s currently available at each way prices, although I’d be surprised if he was before the off, and that looked a bet to nothing. He’s got top form in France and has gone well over these fences before. He won’t be coming over here half-cooked. It’s hard to see Josie’s Orders out of the money and Ballycasey may have the class edge on a few of these. VERDICT – 1. Amazing Comedy 2. Josie’s Orders 3. Ballycasey [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F821433%2Frace-card” height=”1300″ /] Race 7 – 3.40pm Citipost Handicap Hurdle DANS LE VENT looks a huge price in the lucky last. He ran well at Chepstow in the Persian War – always solid form – before he was punted at Kempton, but only managed a flat sixth. That was a muddling race and on his old form he’s got a big run in him off this current mark. Wicked Willy is another with the potential for plenty of improvement. The first time tongue tie is always interesting on a Twiston-Davies horse. Great Tango is over from Ireland and has solid form across the sea. Any money for him in the markets will be something to watch. VERDICT – 1. Dans Le Vent 2. Wicked Willy 3. Great Tango [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F821434%2Frace-card” height=”1350″ /] [bc_video video_id=”5976265673001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Former jockey and racing broadcaster Mick Fitzgerald gives Q+A “]