Tuesday, 9 December 2014


 Ex-SNP leader Alex Salmond to stand for UK parliament
6 December 2014Last updated at 22:38
 “Lead Horse for Scotland brave, Alex Salmond, the man who worked tirelessly to turn the tide for the British people and for British politics.  

 “Scotland's independence referendum was the UK’s most talked about topic on Facebook for the whole of 2014."

Week Monday December 8, to Sunday December 14. 
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Sam Twiston-Davies brings us news of:

 The intriguing “Mad Moose” so talented, so exciting, but so tricky.

Will Mad Moose be flying on Saturday, check out which engagement he gets on Saturday.

Yes, yes, yes Sam we will be watching.

Jon Lees brings news:

Cleared Bradley “pushes at limits’ says BHA panel”

JMC: BHA government imposter, fakes. "Bradley and  Powell between them could put British horseracing back together again, so there would be no need for these fake government people, who dress up to look the part, but are totally useless as to what actually needs to be done. Yes,  British horseracing most certainly needs True Sport Rules, but not “Bloodhorse Illiterate Government Sport Rules” as now.

 Lee Mottershead talks to Clare Balding
Racing Post Sunday December 7. Pages 14-15
Racing Right Equus Zone
“Balding’s decision prompts plenty of speculation. “  
"The leading sports broadcaster Clare Balding about her decision to cut her racing involvement to the Cheltenham Festival and Royal Ascot. “I just don’t have enough time to do the job well. ”

 “The same people who criticize me for doing too much will now criticize me for this as well. That’s life, but it’s not their life, it’s mine. Yes, yes, yes a great point to make.

“I can’t say what will happen in terms of racing, after next year  because I don’t know how much not doing racing will hurt me. “

JMC: Clare Balding has embraced and brought to life the true side of horseracing, a side that has remained hidden till now, for the public to begin to take on board. A massive achievement bringing a highly needed focus if this sport is to ever reach it’s true potential  and to be understood properly by other people, especially the part played by the horses and the people who work with the horses every day.

Television has a key and vital part to play in bringing the true story of horseracing to the media. Introducing horseracing intact, and to a new audience, something Clare and her CH4 Team has done so brilliantly throughout. This perspective has only just begun.

 Lee Mottershead talks to Nick Luck
Racing Post Monday December 8. Page 11
Racing Right Betting in Action Form Zone
“Balding’s decision prompts plenty of speculation."
Nick Luck has brought his own skills to CH4 Horseracing Team’s focus within The Gambling Game that horseracing provides. Also a popular and key Zone within the remit that is CH4 Horseracing Team’s vital balancing act. All the CH4 Horseracing Team have made their mark in their own very special way.  It would be sad if what has been achieved to date, is to be thrown away by "Bloodhorse Illiterate TV people" This perspective has only just begun.

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Stormy weather in store.


Where people felt they could make a difference, they felt hope.  Struggling through bad experiences they had every day would get sorted.  That there was a different focus other than government "Fob Off Government Lip Service. ".  

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2867342/Scottish-independence-referendum-popular-topic-Facebook-2014-ahead-ice-bucket-challenge-World-Cup.html#ixzz3LTbRvK8i
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“Scotland's independence referendum was the UK’s most talked about topic on Facebook for the whole of 2014.
A staggering 3.3 million comments, posts and likes were made on the day of the controversial vote last September, with 1.9 million from Scotland alone.
The five weeks building up to polling day, held on September 18, had seen 10 million interactions take place on the social network as the Yes and No campaigns battled for a win.”

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2867342/Scottish-independence-referendum-popular-topic-Facebook-2014-ahead-ice-bucket-challenge-World-Cup.html#ixzz3LTZJ1MtD

Global Security Paul Rogers Consultant:
 Torture Report
Torture no, no, no we do not want our global boys  to suffer that.

Paul Rogers is Oxford Research Group's (ORG)
 Global Security Consultant. He has worked in the field of international security,

arms control and political violence for over 30 years.


Racing Right Global Equus Zone (GB)
But where are the true global bloodhorse literate rules of horseracing?
Your adventure into the world of Global Horseracing a
warm welcome to Nicholas Godfrey (GB) (Racing Post)

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