Monday, July 7, 2003
LADBROKES PRICES FOR GOODWOOD TOMORROW & ANTE-POST
2-15 Newmarket - Tote Exacta Rated Stakes, 6f
5/2 Dazzling Bay
12/1 The Kiddykid
9/2 Coconut Penang
14/1 Bond Becks
6/1 Move It
22/1 Fancy Lady
50/1 New Design
7/2 Baltic King
40/1 Polar Force
33/1 Free Wheelin
25/1 Gaelic Princess
Each Way 1/4 Odds 1-2-3
3-25 Newmarket - Princess of Wales's Stakes, 1m 4f
2/1 Bollin Eric
5/1 High Accolade
Each Way 1/4 Odds 1-2.
The John Smith's Cup
H'cap, York, 1m2f, 12th July 2003
5 Researched, 7 Hazim, 7 Persian Lightning, 8 Far Lane, 10 Danelor, 10 Etesaal, 10 Jazz Messenger, 12 Anami, 12 Blythe Knight, 12 Camille Pissarro, 12 Top Dirham, 16 Corageous Duke, 16 Pagan Dance, 16 pretence, 16 Samhari, 20 Adiemus, 20 Albuhera, 20 Cat's Whiskers, 20 Gallant Boy, 20 Shahzan House, 25 Barking Mad, 26 Bourgainville, 25 Crow Wood, 25 Hallion, 25 Invitation, 25 Pulua Tioman, 33 King's Thought, 33 Trouble Mountain, 40 Jabaar
The Ladbrokes Bunbury Cup
7f, Newmarket, 10th July 2003
7 Mine, 9 True Night, 8 Enchanted, 8 Hurricane Floyd, 10 from 14 By Far, 10 Court Masterpiece, 10 Grizedale, 10 Patavellian, 12 Camp Commander, 12 from 16 Commission, 14 Craiova, 14 Royal Millennium, 14 Soyuz, 16 Farqad, 16 Lunar Leo, 16 Polar Ben, 16 Takes Tutu, 16 Tough Love, 16 Tychy, 18 Hilltop Warning, 20 Adekshan, 20 Banjo Bay, 20 Digital, 20 Surprise Encounter, 22 Nashaab, 25 Idle Power, 25 Kareeb, 25 Labrett, 25 Loyal Tycoon, 25 Onlytime Will tell, 25 Pie High, 25 Royal Storm, 25 Vanderlin, 25 Wahsheeq, 25 What-A-Dancer, 25 Zucchero, 33 Fruit Of Glory, 33 Marshman (1/4 odds 1,2,3,4)
The Darley July Cup
6f, Newmarket, 10th July 2003
9/4 Choisr, 11/4 Airwave, 7/2 Oasis Dream, 10 Acclamation, 16 Just James, 16 Zipping, 20 Continent, 20 Membership, 20 Polar Way, 20 Striking Ambition, 25 Bahamian Pirate, 25 Orientor, 25 Tomahawk, 33 Captain Rio, 33 Danehurst, 33 Statue Of Liberty, 33 Twilight Blues, 40 Tante Rose, 50 Danger Over, 50 Needwood Blade, 66 Steenberg, 100 Salt Lake City (1/5 odds 1,2,3)
King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes
1m4f, Ascot, 26th July 2003
5/2 Alamshar, 5 Kris Kin, 5 Nayef, 7 Falbrav, 8 Sulamani, 10 Ange Gabriel, 10 Bollin Eric, 12 Islington, 16 Indian Creek, 16 Leadership, 16 Warrsan, 20 Yesterday, 25 Asian Heights, 25 Black Sam Bellamy, 25 Gamut, 25 Grandera, 25 Mamool, 25 Milan, 25 Millenary, 25 Roosevelt, 25 Victory Moon, 25 Zindabad, 33 Alberto Giacometti, 33 Balestrini, 33 Bandari, 33 Brian Boru, 33 Highest, 33 Next Desert, 33 Norse Dancer, 33 Parasol, 33 Sights On Gold, 40 Delsarte, 40 Fight Your Corner, 40 Hanami, 40 Handel, 40 Magistretti, 40 Princely Venture, 50 Highdown, 50 Loxias, 50 Solskjaer, 50 Spartacus, 50 Van Nistelrooy, 66 Artistic Lad, 66 Arundel, 66 Ice Dancer, 66 Let Me Try Again, 66 Masterful, 66 Millstreet, 66 Private Charter, 66 Pugin, 66 Sabre D´Argent, 100 Blatant, 100 Izdiham, 100 Narrative (1/5 odds 1,2,3)
Vodafone Stewards' Cup
6f, Goodwood, 2nd August 2003
9 Dazzling Bay, 10 from 12 Fire Up The Band, 12 Mutawaqed, 12 Patavellian, 16 Bond Boy, 16 Capricho, 16 Fayr Jag, 16 Ratio, 16 Torosay Spring, 20 Border Subject, 20 By Far, 20 Danger Over, 20 Endless Summer, 20 Frizzante, 20 Lochridge, 20 Royal Millennium, 20 Vanderlin, 25 Banjo Bay, 25 Colonel Cotton, 25 Curfew, 25 Demonstrate, 25 Flying Express, 25 Funfair Wane, 25 Greenslades, 25 Halmahera, 25 Impressive Flight, 25 Magic Glade, 25 Marsad, 25 Move It, 25 One More Round, 25 Onlytime Will Tell, 25 Profiteer, 25 Strathclyde, 33 Artie, 33 Atlantic Viking, 33 Baralinka, 33 Bond Becks, 33 Budelli, 33 Compton Dragon, 33 Compton Dynamo, 33 Cotton House, 33 Hey Presto, 33 Idle Power, 33 Kingscross, 33 Loyal Tycoon, 33 Mount Abu, 33 My American Beauty, 33 Najeebon, 33 Namroud, 33 Nemo Fugat, 33 Pic Up Sticks, 33 Pieter Brueghel, 33 River Falcon, 33 Simianna, 33 Sister In Law, 33 Texas Gold, 33 Tom Tun, 33 Trace Clip, 33 Zargus, 40 Abbajabba, 40 Folio, 40 Go Polar, 40 Golden Nun, 40 Good Girl, 40 Greenwood, 40 Injaaz, 40 Kathology, 40 Mazepa, 40 Nivernais, 40 Online Investor, 40 Plateau, 40 Prince Cyrano, 40 Seven No Trumps, 40 Sir Desmond, 40 Tesio, 40 Zuhair, 50 Ambonnay, 50 Armagnac, 50 Awarding, 50 Ben Lomand, 50 Cd Flyer, 50 Devise, 50 Effervesce, 50 Extinguisher, 50 Fromsong, 50 Gdansk, 50 Material Witness, 50 Old Blue Eyes, 50 Pax, 50 Prince Dayjur, 50 Steel Blue, 50 Time To Remember, 50 Undeterred, 66 Blackheath, 66 Candleriggs, 66 Flak Jacket, 66 Izmail, 66 Noble Nick, 66 Spindor, 66 Waterside, 66 Wicked Uncle, 100 Alpen Wolf, 100 Border Edge, 100 King´s Ballet, 100 Pays D´Amour, 100 Ridicule, 100 Tayif, 150 Ballyhurry, 150 Border Artist, 150 College Maid, 150 I Wish, 150 Peyto Princess, 150 Sir Don, 200 American Cousin, 200 Ballybunion, 200 Bannister, 200 Boisdale (1/4 Odds 1,2,3,4)
BHB SPONSORS NATIONAL STUD JULY FAIR AND SUPPORTS ROR'S WEBSITE LAUNCH
The British Horseracing Board is supporting both the National Stud and Retraining of Racehorses at the National Stud July Fair, which runs from 8th to 10th July in Newmarket.
The BHB is one of the Arena sponsors at the event, and the BHB will be present through its 'Thrill of Ownership' information stand. Visitors to the stand will be able to enter a competition to win a racehorse for a day, take away information on how to own a racehorse or on the BHB Ownership Open Days, find information on the BHB website - www.bhb.co.uk - or simply watch the horseracing courtesy of attheraces.
The stand is also home to Retraining of Racehorses for the week, and visitors will be able to hear about the work of RoR and see a demonstration of their brand new website. The site - www.ror.org.uk - aims to provide information on retraining and rehoming former racehorses moving into a second career.
Paul Struthers, BHB industry marketing manager, said "We're delighted to be supporting the National Stud July Fair - the event is an excellent idea and looks sure to be popular." On working with RoR, he said: "It's important that whilst promoting racehorse ownership we can also assure people that racehorses do have a life after racing. Working with and supporting RoR, and highlighting the great work they do, helps us to achieve this goal."
44th JOHN SMITH'S CUP TAKES PRIDE OF PLACE AT YORK
The 44th running of The John Smith's Cup – Britain's longest-established sponsored race on the Flat – heads a quality seven-race programme at York on Saturday (12 July), the second day of the July Meeting on the Knavesmire.
This famous Showcase Handicap, first run in 1960, is one of Europe's most prestigious and valuable middle-distance handicap contests, it being run over the extended one mile and a quarter with a total prize fund of £135,000. Last year's race produced a memorable climax, with Vintage Premium, trained near Malton by Richard Fahey and ridden by the subsequent champion apprentice jockey Paul Hanagan prevailing in a three-way finish. The winning owner will receive a specially-commissioned hand-made Wedgewood trophy.
Another bumper crowd is expected on Saturday, when racing starts at 1.55 p.m. and racegoers are advised to arrive early on one of York's most popular days from when the gates open at 11.15 a.m.
Saturday's race titles draw attention to the well-known brands of brewers, John Smith's Ltd., along with the company's advertising campaigns, including The Webster's Silver Cup Rated Stakes (a £35,000 Listed handicap contest for stayers over one mile and three-quarters), The John Smith's Sangton Leisure Handicap Stakes (six furlongs), The John Smith's Extra Smooth Median Auction Stakes (two-year-olds – six furlongs), The John Smith's ‘Ave It' Stakes (a nursery handicap for two-year-olds over five furlongs) and The John Smith's ‘No Nonsense Racing' Maiden Fillies' Stakes over one mile and a half.
The John Smith's Brazil and Parry Talksport Handicap Stakes over seven furlongs promotes the fact that the John Smith's-sponsored breakfast show on Talksport Radio will be coming ‘live' from the track with presenters Mike Parry and Alan Brazil. The Minster FM Roadshow will be on hand to entertain racegoers before racing.
In connection with the wider community, John Smith's are also the Patrons of HMS York, the Royal Navy Destroyer which bears the name of the City. Members of the Ship's company will be attending Saturday's raceday as part of a weekend of celebrations relating to the Freedom of the City of York bestowed on HMS York.
Racing on Friday (11 July) begins at 2.00 p.m. and the card includes a new Group 3 race, The Cuisine de France Summer Stakes, a sprint contest over six furlongs for fillies and mares. This race forms the backdrop for the annual charity day in support of Caravan – the National Grocers Benevolent Fund which exists to provide financial aid for those people who have served in the grocery industry. The Yorkshire branch of the charity is once again responsible for Friday's fund-raising activities, which also involves four other sponsored races – The Mr. Kipling Exceedingly Good Stakes (a handicap contest for sprinters over five furlongs), The John West Tuna Stakes (a handicap race over one mile and a half), The Ramesys Maiden Stakes (two-year-olds over seven furlongs), while The Danepak Classic Stakes – a handicap contest over one mile – welcomes new sponsors in Tulip Ltd.
Two giant screens will enable racegoers to enjoy even more of the action on both days, while York's free supervised crèche facility, ‘Colts & Fillies' is available on Saturday.
The popular ‘Punters Panel,' part of the Tote Partnership Initiative with the racecourse, takes place prior to racing on both days from the winners' podium.
The stage is set for an enthralling July Meeting at York.
For old articles (from 1st March 2000) go to the Newslink