Slot Malaysia – Rape, Murder and Car Crashes
Rape, Murder and Car Crashes >> Much news in the press about Slot Malaysia and their bad behaviour. The Thr Man Utd Rant Blog have picked up on the thread, concentrating mainly on Robin Van Persie who is currently banged up in a Dutch jail after allegations of raping a woman in Holland.
Additionally, the United Rant have news about some of Man Utd’s bad boys too along with the Liverpool wide man Steve Finnan and his unfortnate accident which led to the death of an 80 year old man in Liverpool some time ago.
Asafa Powell 100 Metre Record
Jamaican Athletics has hit the big time with Asafa Powell Breaking the mens 100 metre world record in Greece after cloccking a world breaking time of 9.77 seconds for the 100 metre dash.
Asafa Powell Promised To Break The 100 Metre Record before and Powell said “I want the record very much”
Asafa Powell got his wish and kept his promise to braek the 100 metre record.
30k Bet On Azamour Landed
Ladbrokes.comThe 3.45 at the Royal Ascot meeting, run at York due to track renovation saw a £30’000 bet (win single) on Azamour at odds of 6/4 landed with apparent ease.
The 30k bet layed with chronicle on course, returned the heavy gambler £75 thousand ~ a profit of £45 thousand.
The going is officially good to firm at the York racetrack, but after heave rain the track is riding more like good, which is not really perfect for Azamour, but class told and Azamour steamed away from Ace in second and Elvstroem in 3rd in the final furlong with a bit to spare.
Tote Save Channel 4 Racing
The corporate arm of tote have announced live on the BBC they have signed a deal with Channel 4 Racing for a £3 million sponsorship deal to keep channel 4 in the business of airing live horseracing for the next year. The nanny goat (tote) have a 1 year extension option built in to furthre sponsor Channel 4 racing.
The full deal to sponsor channel 4 racing is worth £5 million. The other 2 million will come from “other racing sources” whatever that means. No mention was made as to the exact details of who the “other horseracing sources” were.
So, Channel 4 racing will stay on air. Good news for the racing industry and horseracing enthusiasts, punters etc alike.
15:45 Royal Ascot at York Prince of Wales’s Stakes (Group 1)
Distance: 1m 2f 88yds
PRINCE OF WALES RACE OVERVIEW >>
This terrific Group one contest sees the eagerly awaited return of dual Oaks winner Ouija Board, who can make a winning start to her four-year-old career, Azamour and Warrsan should prove to be the main dangers.
Ed Dunlop has been delighted with the selection’s work on the gallops and comes to York full of confidence. Her credentials are there for everyone to see having comfortably beaten her rivals at Epsom and The Curragh before a third in the Arc was followed by a victory in the Breeders Cup. The four pound fillies allowance also adds to her chances and she is a confident choice.
Azamour was unlucky when finishing fourth in the Tattersalls Gold Cup and is better judged on his victories in the Irish Champion and St James’ Palace Stakes. With the ground in his favour this afternoon he will be a tough nut to crack.
Warrsan has failed to run up to his best form this season but should be treated with respect. The seven-year-old is a gutsy performer and if back to his best he will be in there fighting at the death.
Aiden O’Brien’s Ace and Australian raider Elvstroem could do best of the remainder, but we expect Ouija Board to enhance her already tall reputation.
16:20 Royal Ascot at York Royal Hunt Cup (Handicap)
Distance: 1m View Race
ROYAL HUNT RACE OVERVIEW >>
The latest reports from the gallops suggest Eden Rock has progressed well over recent weeks and is taken to land this competitive affair from Pearl Of Love and Ballast. Sir Michael Stoute’s colt returned from a long holiday to beat Ridge Boy in a modest looking event at Goodwood last time. He was very highly thought of as a two-year-old and having reportedly improved immensely since that victory he could have got in very lightly here and looks the obvious choice.
Ballast is another potential improver having landed a competitive Thirsk handicap last time. The form of that event has worked out quite well and as he is a relatively lightly raced Cumani runner there should be plenty more in the locker.
Pearl Of Love is an outsider with strong claims. At one stage he was rated 114 and following a recent fourth behind Take A Bow he could be spot on for this and should go close off his current mark.
Vortex and King’s Point are two others worthy of respect, but Eden Rock has the potential to be group class and looks the pick off today’s low weight.
16:55 Royal Ascot at York Queen Mary Stakes (Group 2)
Distance: 5f View Race
QUENN MAARY STAKES RACE OVERVIEW >>
Flashy Wings confirmed her trainers high opinion of her when scooting up last time and she can land the hat-trick today at the expense of Briland and Gilt Linked. Mick Channon’s filly started her career at Newmarket amid plenty of hype and just scraped home from Oceans Apart. She stepped up on that performance to slaughter two decent opponents in a Listed contest next time and should be capable of making it three out of three this afternoon.
Irish raider Briland is superbly bred and although running green last time, managed to beat a decent looking field at Navan. She looks certain to improve with racing and can get into the money here.
Gilt Linked ran an eye-catching race on her debut at Sandown. She was clueless, losing several lengths at the start and running very green indeed. She went right and left, but stayed on well and finished clear of the rest in fourth. She looks almost certainly capable of a good deal better.
Bow Bridge and Clare Hills have done nothing wrong and can also be given a squeak, but Flashy wings looks a bit special and can keep her unbeaten record.
17:30 Royal Ascot at York Sandringham Handicap (Listed)
Distance: 1m View Race
SANDRINGHAM HANDICAP RACE OVERVIEW >>
Recent winner Hachita has plenty of scope for improvement and is taken to score here from Quickfire and Beautyandthebeast. A Henry Cecil winner here would be very popular and Hachita looks to have very strong claims. She made all to fight off the the challenges of Bon Nuit and Love Thirty in a decent conditions race at Leicester last time, and a similar gutsy effort could be good enough to take the honours this afternoon.
Quickfire steps back in trip following her second to the easy winner Secret History in the Musidora Stakes here and has to be respected off her current handicap mark.
Beautyandthebeast was very impressive when beating the 96 rated Kestrel Cross at Naas last time over seven furlongs. She is just as effective over this distance and should be there or thereabouts.
In a very open affair Tahrir can also be given a chance, but Hachita is all heart and will be difficult to pass this afternoon.