Monday, 1 August 2011

RACING POST TUESDAY AUGUST 2nd 2011

RACING POST TUESDAY AUGUST 2nd 2011

PAUL EACOTT and GRAHAM GREEN
“DE SOUSA cut for title “It’s neck and neck at the top-while MOORE now targets the Arc.

“SILVESTRA DE SOUSA was yesterday cut to evens by Paddy Power to gain a first champion jockeys’ title after  a 151-1 treble at Ripon put him level with PAUL HANAGAN at the top of the table on 87 winners.

“After  DE SOUSA’S  sparkling Ripon treble brought him upsides reigning champion HANAGAN, who remains odds- on favourite with several firms, looks set to battle it out after RYAN MOORE’S challenge was ended by injuries he suffered at Goodwood on Saturday. There was however, encouragement for MOORE fans yesterday when it emerged that he still believes he has an outside chance of being fit in time to ride WORKFORCE  in the Prix de



L’Arc Triumph on October 2. His mother Jayne said a consultant ‘was talking about Ryan being out for 12 weeks max."

“With HANAGAN out of action yesterday due to suspension, DE SOUSA made the most of his afternoon at Ripon, and having been a 9-4 chance before racing yesterday, he last night joined HANAGAN at the head of the market with Paddy Power, who make KIEREN FALLON the biggest danger to the pair at 8-1.

“FALLON, who is as short as 5-1 elsewhere, was on the 73-winner mark before racing at Windsor last night.”


PRICEWISE ST LEGER SPECIAL
Ladbrokes  ST LEGER STAKES  (Group 1)  1m 6f+  to be run at Doncaster 3.05 on Saturday September 10th. TOM SEGAL seeks out the anti-post value for this Doncaster Classic.


CARLISLE RACECOURSE STAGE THE FIRST EVER ALL-FEMALE RACECARD
DAVID CARR CARLISLE BELLES
“HISTORY was made at Carlisle last night when the track staged the first meeting solely for female riders, with a crowd approaching 10,000 turning up  to watch. However it was not good news for apprentice AMY RYAN, who was hit with a 28-day ban for failing to ride out to the line in the last."
 






“Three-time champion lady amateur CAROL BARTLEY scored the easiest win of the night on SOPRANO, who took the 7.25 2m1f  handicap by seven lengths. “This meeting is a great
showcase for the jockey’s BARTLEY said, it is a very male-dominated sport and it is nice to have a night like this.”
7.25 Lloyd Mini Handicap (pro-Am Lady Riders Race) (Class 6) for 4yo+ 2m1f+
Winner £1,617.25
WIN: SOPRANO 9 9-8 partner MRS C BARTLEY handler presenter? trainer Jim Goldie for Johnnie Delta Racing 4-1f. from BANDANAMAN 9-2







J MARGARET CLARKE TURFCALL




IT HAS TAKEN THIRTY EIGHT YEARS SINCE 1973 WHEN THE FIRST FEMALE RACES TOOK PLACE FOR THIS TO SURFACE. WHY?
1973 -  2011


HORSERACING A UNIQUE AND REMARKABKLE SPORT 

















 

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