Tuesday June 18th to Saturday June 22nd
Latest news from Royal Ascot 2013 http://royal-ascot.racingpost.com/news/horse-racing/
Guide to Royal Ascot
CH4 LIVE ROYAL ASCOT COVERAGE TO INCLUDE PREVIEW MORNING LINE EVERY DAY
Dawn Approach: Guineas winner set to race at Royal Ascot
The beaten Epsom favourite was thought to be an unlikely runner in Tuesday's one-mile race.
But trainer Jim Bolger says the colt, which he co-owns with Godolphin boss Sheikh Mohammed, is set to race.
little financial reward’ for majority of jockeys.
and women in the country yet also among the poorest paid ......
This Racing Post analysis portrays just how dangerous the bloodhorse illiteracy within the
BHA government is, and how it degrades and endangers the lives of both the horses and the
people who work with the horses every day.
Steroids has been passed into the public domain, receiving bad rap sheet, and character
assassinations sadly along with it. Tactical British Government Scaremongering. Typical Old
Medieval British Punishment Patterns still kicking in to scare people off, frighten them all
to death on purpose still rampantly being adhered to by British Government running out of
control in 2013.
There is absolutely no reason why Anabolic Steroids, Sungate, when used as prescribed by
veterinaries, administered by injection into injured lame racehorses joints increasing red
blood cells and reducing inflamation, aiding pain and healing. No racehorse can be in
training whilst injured and lame. This does not mean that an injured racehorse is removed
from a trainers care and veterinary treatment attention. Turned out in some field and
forgotten about. Which seems to be the BHA cruel and inacurate expectations at present.
century warned us all about this type of evil, he said: “ There is nothing so unnatural so
convulsive to society as the strain to keep things fixed when all the world is in eternal
progress; and the cause of all the evils of the world may be traced to that most natural but
most deadly error of human indolence and corruption that our business is to preserve and
Formula 1 teams but paying the wages of a local mechanic, trainers are caught in the
minions upon which the rusty old wheels of the multi billion pound racing industry turn.
Who even pauses for the briefest of moments to consider just how stable staff, horsebox
drivers and yes, even jockeys are able to cope physically with the rigours of this phenomenal
been done. Anyone that wants racing to flourish ought to see that this is a problem that
needs to be resolved.”
Lord Oaksey did far, far, far more than just his bit in his lifetime. His example puts British
governments, including Horseracing and the whole of the British Political System to shame.