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Daily Express Thursday August 17 2017
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ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
CALL ON 0800 082 2164
CANARIES AND
WINTER MED SUNSHINE
10-12
NIGHTS FROM
�9
PREMIUM ALL-INCLUSIVE
PER
PERSON
NORWEGIAN SPIRIT
15 DINING OPTIONS + 12 BARS ON-BOARD
Reserve your place now aboard Norwegian Spirit
for a super value break this winter and get your
drinks included free of charge on-board. With
15 dining options and 12 bars on-board, you will
be spoilt for choice. This superb offer is perfect
to keep your tan golden throughout the winter
months without having to fly too far. Head to the
beaches of the Canaries to sample island life
and relax in the winter sunshine.
?? Bonus of up to $50 per stateroom on-board
spending (on selected dates and grades).
10 NIGHTS: Barcelona ? Casablanca ? Gran
Canaria ? Tenerife ? Madeira ? Malaga ? Alicante
? Barcelona. (*12-night itinerary order varies
and includes Valencia and Lanzarote instead
of Alicante).
WHAT?S INCLUDED
?? Return flights from London.
?? One item of hand luggage** (up to' 20kg)
per person.
?? 10- or 12-night, premium, all-inclusive cruise stay.
?? All on-board service charges and gratuities.
?? Bottled water in your stateroom.
?? Speciality coffees with meals.
NIGHTS
INSIDE
OCEANVIEW
BALCONY
DEC 23, 2017
DATE
12
�719
�759
�359
JAN 4, 2018
10
�9
�9
�219
JAN 14, 2018
10
�9
�9
�219
JAN 24, 2018
10
�9
�9
�249
�299
FEB 13, 2018
10
�9
�149
FEB 23, 2018
10
�9
�119
�319
MAR 5, 2018
10
�9
�319
�349
MAR 25, 2018
10
�119
�389
�479
NIAGARA SIGHTS
14 NIGHTS
FROM
AND PREMIUM ALL-INCLUSIVE
BEACH DELIGHTS
�659
NORWEGIAN BREAKAWAY
NORWEGIAN ESCAPE
THREE HOLIDAYS IN ONE
This sophisticated holiday combines scenery,
shopping and the pink coral sands of Bermuda
or the golden beaches of the Caribbean. Visit the
honeymoon capital of the world and experience
the roaring power of Lake Eerie spilling into Lake
Ontario on a thrilling boat ride to the base of the
falls or a helicopter flight over the falls. Stunning
scenery continues through Upstate New York on
your Amtrak Maple Leaf train journey between
Niagara Falls and Manhattan. Perhaps travel at the
end of the summer to enjoy the grape harvest in
the nearby vineyards, revel in the beautiful colours
of the fall or, if you are lucky, wrap up in a frosty
winter wonderland. Then relax on the innovative
146,600 tonne Norwegian Breakaway with 27
dining choices and 22 bars and lounges on-board.
Select Norwegian Escape from April 23, 2018 ?
the flagship of the fleet at 164,600 tonnes with 27
dining choices and 21 bars and lounges on-board.
WHAT?S INCLUDED
?? Flight from London to Toronto.
?? Transfer from Toronto to Niagara Falls.
?? Three-night, four-star hotel stay in Niagara Falls.
?? Niagara Falls Helicopter flight (Oct' to April only).
?? Niagara Falls Adventure Pass inc' Maid of the
Mist (May to Sep' only).
?? Train journey through Upstate New York to
Manhattan.
?? Three-night, four-star hotel stay in Manhattan.
?? Seven-night, premium, all-inclusive cruise stay.
?? All onboard gratuities and service charges.
?? Bottled water in your stateroom.
PER
PERSON
?? Bonus of up to $50 per stateroom onboard spending
money (on selected dates and stateroom grades).
BAHAMAS: Seven-night voyage from New York
? Port Canaveral (For Orlando) ? Great Stirrup
Cay ? Nassau (Bahamas) ? New York ? Fly
home overnight.
BERMUDA: Seven-night voyage from New York
? Two-night stay and three days in port at the
Royal Naval Dockyard (Bermuda) ? New York
? Fly home overnight.
MARITIME VOYAGES: New York ? Portland
(Maine-New England) ? Bar Harbor (Maine-New
England) ? Saint John (Canada-reversing falls)
? Halifax ( Nova Scotia) ? New York.
DATE
NIGHTS
OCT 23, 17
BAHAMAS
INTERIOR BALCONY
�779
NOV 20, 17
BAHAMAS
�659
�769
DEC 16, 17
BAHAMAS
�099
�279
�869
FEB 19, 18
BAHAMAS
�729
�969
MAR 19, 18
BAHAMAS
�999
�299
APR 23, 18
BERMUDA
�899
�149
MAY 21, 18
BERMUDA
�999
�279
AUG 20, 18
BERMUDA
�289
�499
SEP 17, 18
MARITIME
�039
�349
OCT 1, 18
MARITIME
�999
�329
NOV 5, 18
BAHAMAS
�799
�049
*On-board Norwegian Escape
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ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
EXPRESSTRAVEL.CO.UK
LAKE COMO
STAY AND GREEK
ISLES CRUISE
11 NIGHTS
FROM
�9
PER
PERSON
RHAPSODY
OF THE SEAS�
DEPARTS OCTOBER 2017
AND MAY ? NOVEMBER 2018
Stay on the shores of Lake Como for tranquil
scenery and travel on to Venice via First Class
rail to explore the canals, cobbled streets and
bridges of this romantic city. Then islandhop around the Greek Isles and the Adriatic
aboard Rhapsody of the Seas �. Visit Kotor in
Montenegro, explore the Melissani Caves on
Kefalonia, stretch out on a Mykonos beach
and ponder the fate of the lost city of Atlantis
on Santorini.
WHAT?S INCLUDED
?? Return flights from London Gatwick.
?? Return Lake Como transfers.
?? Three-night, four-star, bed-and-breakfast
hotel stay in Lake Como.
?? First Class rail journey to Venice.
?? One-night, four-star, bed-and-breakfast
CRUISE ITINERARY B: Venice ? Kotor,
Montenegro ? Corfu, Greece ? Piraeus (Athens),
Greece ? Mykonos, Greece ? Kefalonia,
Greece ? Venice.
DATE
ITINERARY INTERIOR BALCONY
OCT 10, 2017
B
�379
�939
MAY 29, 2018
B
�399
�099
�999
JUN 19, 2018
A
�379
JUN 26, 2018
B
�329
�969
JUL 24, 2018
B
�349
�029
JUL 31, 2018
A*
�329
�969
AUG 7, 2018
B
�299
�989
SEP 18, 2018
B
�249
�799
hotel stay in Venice.
?? Seven-night, full-board cruise aboard
Rhapsody of the Seas.�
?? Transfer to airport.
SEP 25, 2018
A*
�199
�699
OCT 23, 2018
A
�129
�499
CRUISE ITINERARY A: Venice ? Dubrovnik,
Croatia ? Kotor, Montenegro ? Santorini, Greece
? Katakolon, Greece ? Venice.
NOV 6, 2018
A
�9
�329
NOV 20, 2018
A
�9
�299
*Cruise itinerary varies.
ULTIMATE
CARIBBEAN
CRUISES
16 NIGHTS
FROM
�599
PER
PERSON
FREEDOM OF THE SEAS�
Cruise through the Caribbean next winter on
one of our superb back-to-back voyages aboard
the wonderful Freedom of the Seas. Combining
six- and eight-night itineraries, these fantastic
packages give you the chance to experience the
entire Caribbean in just one holiday. Sunbathe
on the white sandy beaches of St. Kitts, snorkel
at Flamenco Beach in San Juan and amble
along the caf�-lined waterfront in St. Maarten.
WHAT?S INCLUDED
?? Return flights from London Heathrow.
?? One-night, four-star hotel stay on Fort
6
6
Lauderdale Beach.
?? 14-night, back-to-back, full-board cruise
aboard Freedom of the Seas.�
?? Entertainment and facilities aboard the ship.
CRUISE ITINERARY: Fort Lauderdale ?
George Town, Grand Cayman ? Puerto Costa
Maya, Mexico ? Cozumel, Mexico ? Fort
Lauderdale, USA ? Basseterre, St. Kitts ?
Philipsburg, St. Martin ? San Juan, Puerto
Rico ? Labadee, Haiti ? Fort Lauderdale
(Itinerary varies.)
DATE
INTERIOR
NOV 4, 2017
SOLD OUT
BALCONY
�259
NOV 18, 2017
�789
�229
NOV 24, 2017
�689
�139
DEC 2, 2017
SOLD OUT
�029
DEC 8, 2017
SOLD OUT
�069
JAN 5, 2018
�749
�229
JAN 13, 2018
�769
�299
JAN 27, 2018
�729
�299
FEB 24, 2018
�729
�299
MAR 2, 2018
�799
�399
MAR 10, 2018
�779
SOLD OUT
APR 21, 2018
�599
�199
*Enjoy Christmas aboard the ship.
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LAS VEGAS, LOS
ANGELES AND
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
21 NIGHTS
FROM
�649
PER
PERSON
STAR PRINCESS
Enjoy three must-see destinations in just
one holiday. In Las Vegas, see headline
acts and themed casino hotels on the famed
Strip. Don?t forget to include some bargainhunting time and visit the Hoover Dam and
Grand Canyon. While in Los Angeles, stroll
along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, take
an open top bus ride to see the homes of
the movie stars and shop-till-you-drop in
Beverly Hills. Finally, relax aboard Star
Princess as it takes you around the islands
of Hawaii over the course of 15 nights.
?? Three-night, four-star hotel stay in
Las Vegas.
?? One-way flight between Las Vegas and
Los Angeles.
?? Two-night, four-star hotel stay in Los
Angeles.
?? 15-night, full-board cruise aboard the
Star Princess.
CRUISE ITINERARY: Los Angeles ? Hilo
(Big Island) ? Honolulu (Oahu) ? Nawilliwilli
(Kauai) ? Lahaina (Maui) ? Ensenada
(Mexico) ? Los Angeles (itinerary varies).
WHAT?S INCLUDED
?? Return flights from London.
DATE
INTERIOR
OCEANVIEW
BALCONY
MINI-SUITE
OCT 20, 2017
�179
�349
�029
�499
NOV 9, 2017
�999
�199
�849
�349
DEC 14, 2017*
�069
�239
�899
�579
JAN 13, 2018
�069
�229
�869
�329
JAN 28, 2018
�829
�939
�639
�139
FEB 12, 2018
�899
�079
�699
�169
�099
FEB 27, 2018
�649
�799
�599
MAR 14, 2018
�269
�429
�069
�529
OCT 15, 2018
�069
�239
�869
�399
NOV 14, 2018
�059
�229
�869
�399
*Enjoy Christmas and New Years aboard the ship.
MOUNT FUJI
BULLET TRAIN
AND JAPAN CRUISE
12-21 NIGHTS
FROM
�099
PER
PERSON
DIAMOND PRINCESS
Visit this far eastern corner of the world
where cultures, customs, history and
scenery collide in an explosion of colour and
lifelong memories. Japan is particularly in
vogue at the moment where your stay would
not be complete without riding on a Bullet
Train, bathing in a hot spring and admiring
the snow covered peak of Mount Fuji rising
from lush green fields and rice paddies.
These exotic holidays of a lifetime have lots
included in the price keeping your holiday
spending for essentials to a minimum.
Cruise in April to see the Spring Flower
Festival or alternatively, travel at the end
of July for the colourful Nebuta festivals.
CRUISE ITINERARY II (13-16 NIGHTS):
Yokohama (Tokyo) ? Toba, Japan ? Osaka,
Japan ? Iwakuni, Japan ? Kanmon Straits
(scenic cruising) ? Hakata, Japan ? Busan,
South Korea ? Kanmon Straits (scenic
cruising) ? Nagoya, Japan ? Yokohama
(Tokyo) ? Kanmon Straits (scenic cruising)
? Busan, South Korea ? Kanmon Straits
(scenic cruising) ? Yokkaichi, Japan ?
Yokohama (Tokyo).
2018 NTS ITINERARY INTERIOR BALCONY
APR 9 12
I
�249
�789
APR 9
20
II*
�099
�999
WHAT?S INCLUDED
JUN 21
13
I*
�199
�999
?? Return flights from London.
?? All transfers.
JUN 29
13
I*
�099
�799
JUL 7
13
I*
�279
�859
�049
?? Three-night, four-star B&B hotel
stay in Tokyo.
?? Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi Bullet
train tour, with lunch.
?? Seven- to 16-night, full-board cruise
aboard Diamond Princess.
CRUISE ITINERARY I (7-8 NIGHTS):
Yokohama (Tokyo) ? Kanmon Straits
(scenic cruising) ? Busan, South Korea
? Sakaiminato, Japan ? Tsuruga, Japan
? Akita, Japan ? Yokohama (Tokyo).
JUL 7
21
II*
�069
JUL 23
13
I*
�549
�129
AUG 23
13
I*
�449
�039
�649
SEP 8
18
II*
�799
SEP 13
13
I*
�349
�939
OCT 4
13
I*
�329
�899
*Cruise itinerary varies.
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7
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ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
EXPRESSTRAVEL.CO.UK
CALL ON 0800 082 2164
SOUTH AMERICA
PASSAGE
WHAT?S INCLUDED
?? Return flights from London Heathrow.
?? Regional flights available at a supplement.
?? One-night, four-star, pre-cruise or
post-cruise hotel stay in Santiago, Chile or
Rio de Janeiro (B).
?? All transfers.
?? 14- to 16-night, full-board, five-star cruise
17-19
NIGHTS FROM
cruising) ? Canal Sarmiento ? Amalia or Brujo
Glacier (scenic cruising) ? Strait of Magellan (scenic
cruising) ? Punta Arenas, Chile ? Cockburn and
Beagle Channels ? Glacier Alley (scenic cruising)
? Ushuaia, Argentina ? Cape Horn (scenic cruising)
? Port Stanley, Falkland Islands (weather permitting)
? Montevideo, Uruguay ? Buenos Aires, Argentina
? Punta del Este, Uruguay ? Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
? Fly UK.
�399
PER
PERSON
aboard MS Zaandam.
?? All port taxes and port charges.
ITINERARY A) Fly UK to Buenos Aires, Argentina
(overnight in port) ? Montevideo, Uruguay ? Port
Stanley, Falkland Islands (Weather permitting) ?
Strait of Magellan (scenic cruising) ? Punta Arenas,
Chile ? Cockburn and Beagle Channels, Glacier
Alley (scenic cruising) ? Ushuaia, Argentina ?
Cape Horn ? Canal Sarmiento ? Chilean Fjords
(scenic cruising) ? Puerto Montt, Chile ? Valparaiso
(Santiago), Chile ? Fly UK.
ITINERARY B) Fly UK to Valparaiso (Santiago),
Chile ? Puerto Montt, Chile ? Chilean Fjords (scenic
DATE
ITINERARY
NIGHTS
INTERIOR
OCEANVIEW
OCT 14, 2017
B
19
�289
�439
SUITE
SOLD
OCT 30, 2017
B
19
�899
�029
�249
NOV 30, 2017
A
17
�649
�699
�029
MAR 2, 2018
A
17
�899
�039
SOLD OUT
OCT 16, 2018
B
19
�849
�059
�229
NOV 1, 2018
B
19
�799
�079
�999
NOV 17, 2018
A
17
�469
�669
�469
DEC 2, 2018
A
17
�399
�599
�399
FEB 20, 2019
A
17
�599
�829
�849
MAR 5, 2019
A
17
�599
�799
�799
MAR 20, 2019
A
17
�699
�829
�849
FAR EAST
DISCOVERY
17 NIGHTS
FROM
�679
PER
PERSON
This fabulous port-rich itinerary combines
some of the best destinations in the Far East,
including Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.
Compare modern neon cities with ancient
gardens and quiet shrines as you cruise aboard
Holland America?s elegant and spacious
MS Volendam, where you?ll be able to take
advantage of modern spa amenities, culinary
presentations, exceptional food and wine, and
their legendary service.
WHAT?S INCLUDED
?? Return flights from London Heathrow.
?? 14-night, five-star, full-board cruise aboard the
MS Volendam.
?? One-night, four-star, pre-cruise hotel
stay in Hong Kong or Singapore.
?? All8transfers.
8
ITINERARY: Fly UK to Hong Kong ? Halong Bay,
Vietnam ? Da Nang, Vietnam ? Nha Trang, Vietnam
? Phu My, Vietnam ? Sihanoukville, Cambodia ?
Laem Chabang (Bangkok), Thailand (overnight in
port) ? Koh Samui, Thailand ? Singapore ? Fly UK.
DATE
INTERIOR OCEAN
VIEW
NOV 8, 2017 �929
�049
DEC 4,
SOLD OUT �679
2017*
DEC 18, 2017 �229
�349
JAN 14,
�759
�879
2018*
JAN 29, 2018
FEB 26,
2018*
BALCONY
SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT
�779
�889
�799
�849
�959
�779
*Itinerary operates in reverse with one-night, pre-cruise hotel stay in Singapore.
expressyourself
Daily Express Thursday August 17 2017
How having cancer led me
back to the love of my life
SANDY BRIDEN, 57, is a chemistry
tutor and lives in Twickenham,
south-west London, with her
business manager husband Mark,
59. They have two children, Luke,
28 and Alicia, 25
When SANDY BRIDEN was given weeks to live, she was
determined to make the most of the time she had left
Picture: NICKY ADAMS
I
DO. Those two tiny words
can change a person?s life
for ever. But unlike most
people I?ve said those words
twice to the same man, 25
years apart. I met my
husband Mark in a wine bar in
Richmond, south-west London, in
the early 1980s. He won me over
with his sense of humour and
handsome smile. We started
dating and soon fell in love.
Seven years later our son Luke
was born and in 1991 I discovered
I was pregnant again with our
daughter Alicia.
We were over the moon and
decided to get married. Just two
weeks before Christmas we had an
intimate wedding at our local
church followed by a reception at
a nearby hotel.
At first we were very much in
love but over time we started to
drift apart. Although we still had
strong feelings for each other we
didn?t see eye to eye.
In 1996 we both decided it would
be best if we got divorced but
vowed to stay friends. Mark moved
out of our home and into a place of
his own around the corner and we
kept in touch often.
I assumed that was how our
relationship would always be but
in December 2015 my life was
turned upside down. For a few
months I?d suffered severe pain
under my ribs. Although my GP
initially diagnosed me with stress,
I knew there was something more
seriously wrong.
After several blood tests and
scans I was finally told there was a
tumour in the soft tissue beneath
my ribs. I was devastated to be
diagnosed with cancer when I was
only in my 50s.
But since my mum and dad had
both battled cancer, too, there was
a part of me that wasn?t surprised.
I was referred to a specialist at
The Royal Marsden Hospital in
London who diagnosed me with a
rare type of sarcoma. It?s an
aggressive tumour that can grow
in any soft tissue or bone in the
body and mine was growing a
centimetre every week.
S
HORTLY after my
diagnosis I took a turn for
the worse and was in so
much pain I couldn?t eat or drink.
I was rushed into hospital to have
the tumour removed along with
part of my stomach.
The surgery was horrible and
I felt dreadfully ill. I was in
hospital for a month after the
surgery and I couldn?t face seeing
my friends. But Mark and my
children stayed by my bedside and
I began to realise how important
he was to me.
As I got back on my feet after
the surgery, Mark visited often and
came to help me around the
house. His good nature shone
wedding dress. ?Just try it on,? she
said and amazingly it still fitted. It
seemed like fate wanted us to tie
the knot again.
We called the hotel where we?d
had our wedding reception all
those years ago and asked if they
had a room free on December 14,
our original wedding date.
Incredibly, even though we?d
given them just a few weeks?
notice, the same room we?d used
the first time was available.
So we invited our closest friends
and family to our second wedding
and chose readings from our
favourite books for the ceremony.
As I heard a passage from One
Hundred Years Of Solitude read
aloud I started to weep and
before long there wasn?t a dry eye
in the room.
I was so grateful to have had
Mark by my side for so long, as
a friend and as a husband.
A
PRECIOUS:
Sandy with
Mark at their
first wedding,
left, getting
married a
second time,
above, and
being a
grandma
through and I realised I still had
feelings for him.
Meanwhile, the surgery seemed
to have been successful and my
three-month scan showed there
was no cancer in my body.
But in August 2016 at my
six-monthly check-up the doctor
came into the room with a serious
look on her face.
My heart froze as she explained
that my cancer had come back.
This time there were multiple
tumours and because there were
so many there was nothing they
could do.
The world as I knew it crashed
down around me as I was told my
cancer was so aggressive it could
kill me within weeks. My first
thought was for my children. My
son was getting married that
October and my daughter was due
to have her second child in
December.
?I have to live to meet my
granddaughter. Surely there?s
something you can do,? I said to
the consultant.
They agreed to give me
chemotherapy but weren?t
confident that it would work.
Since my cancer is so rare there?s
very little evidence of which
treatments are effective.
The chemotherapy was gruelling
and I spent more time in hospital
than out. But by October I was
well enough to see my son get
married.
I beamed with pride as I
watched him walking down the
aisle with his new wife. Meanwhile,
Mark and I were spending more
and more time together.
Soon it became clear that we
were more than just friends.
Then one day when my daughter
was at my house she suggested
that Mark and I should get
married again.
It seemed like a lovely idea but
I was sceptical about arranging it
in such a short space of time. For
starters, I had nothing to wear.
But my daughter ran to my
wardrobe and pulled out my old
FTER the ceremony,
we had a huge party
and ended up dancing
on the tables until the early hours.
Then when the guests had gone to
bed Mark and I talked for hours.
We took a honeymoon in
Cornwall, which is my favourite
place in the world, and went for
long walks on the beaches there.
Then a few weeks later my
granddaughter was born. As
I kissed her downy head I felt a
sense of relief flooding through
me. I?d managed to see my son get
married and marry my soulmate
for the second time.
After that all I?d wanted was to
meet my granddaughter and now
I was holding her in my arms.
Whatever was to happen next
I was so grateful for that. I?m not
sure what the future holds or how
long I have left but I?ve been
taking every day as it comes and
savouring time with my family.
Recently I took my older
granddaughter to watch our local
team play football, which I?ve
always wanted to do.
And I?m hoping to take another
holiday in Cornwall too. But as
well as ticking things off my
personal bucket list, I?ve also
thrown myself into raising
awareness for sarcoma.
It?s a type of cancer which starts
as just a lump and can appear
anywhere on the body but sadly
many people don?t get it checked
until it?s too late.
So I?ve volunteered to take part
in an international study which
analyses people?s genes to see if
they are likely to develop the
disease.
And if it gives one person their
family member or friend back, it
will be worth it. Having cancer has
shown me just how precious time
with our loved ones is.
Interview by
ELIZABETH ARCHER
? Sandy is raising money for The
Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.
For more information visit
royalmarsden.org or Sandy?s blog
upsarcoma.com
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Easy ways to sort those
ROM sunburnt skin to
streaky fake tan and frizzy
hair, hot weather can play
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takes to combat the most common
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Here we share how to stay chic in
the heat.
Each week our experts
Dr Aamer Khan and
Lesley Reynolds
bring you the latest
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anti?ageing advice
Holiday horror... SUNBURN
The problem: Try as we may to avoid
it, being exposed to the sun can
leave skin red and sore.
The solution: Sunburn, as well as
puffiness, sand rashes, insect bites
and dry flaky patches can all be
treated quickly and easily with aloe
vera. It is known for its soothing
properties. Hollywood actress
Jennifer Aniston grows the real
thing in her back garden and
credits it with helping her to keep
her youthful glow.
But don?t worry if you don?t have
it to hand. Instead try Dr Organic
Aloe Vera Gel, �59 (hollandand
barrett.com) which contains
vitamins A, C and E to boost skin
repair. Keep it in the fridge so it is
cold when you apply it and work a
liberal amount into sunburn in
gentle, circular motions.
Holiday horror...
THE FACTOR DILEMMA
The problem: Yes you want a tan
but also know you need to
protect your skin.
The solution: It?s a myth that
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before your holiday which
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production. Always apply your
sun lotion at least 15 minutes
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the formula protects from both
UVA and UVB rays and go for
the highest factor you can.
Lancaster Sun Sport Cooling
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applied when wet.
Holiday horror...
SWEAT-PROOF MAKE-UP
The problem: You want to look your
best at the beach bar but
are worried your make-up
will melt in the heat.
The solution: Swap your
regular beauty buys for
waterproof versions,
specifically formulated to
stay put. Say goodbye to
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won?t smudge or flake in
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Blinkbrowbar Top Coat, �
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Holiday horror... PARCHED SKIN
The problem: Hot weather on holiday
can spell dry, dehydrated skin.
The solution: For an on-the-go
moisture boost, stash a hydrating
facial mist in your beach bag and
spritz whenever skin feels parched.
This will lock in moisture and keep
skin looking dewy.
Try Omorovicza Queen Of
Hungary Mist, �
(spacenk.com) which
contains neroli and rose to
refreshen the complexion.
If your face is blotchy
from the heat, suck on an
ice cube. The top of the
mouth contains nerves
connected to the blood
vessels in your face.
Touching these nerves
with ice sends a message
to them to constrict and
helps even skin tone.
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Holiday horror...
FRAZZLED LOCKS
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for curly hair.
Holiday horror...
SUN-STAINED NAILS
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holiday exploring can leave
nails dry and discoloured.
The solution: A nifty trick for
sprucing up nails is to
scrub them with
toothpaste. Using an old
toothbrush, brush in circular
motions and it will buff away
any residue or stains from nails.
Replace moisture loss with
Nails Inc Superfood Repair Oil,
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Holiday horror...
STREAKY FAKE TAN
The problem: Patchy fake tan doesn?t
look good on anyone.
The solution: Getting rid of it is
easier than you think. For orange
palms soak two cotton pads in
lemon juice, then rub over your
hands. The acid will gently exfoliate
away the colour. For patches on
the body, soak a damp flannel
with lemon juice and pop it in the
sun for two minutes to warm it,
before wiping it over any streaks.
Bondi Sands Self Tan Eraser,
�.99 (boots.com) is a clever
new product that removes fake
tan in just five minutes without
drying out skin.
l For advice on cosmetic
surgery, consult your GP. For
more of Lesley?s tips, see
lesleyreynolds.com
COOLING OFF: A few simple steps can protect your skin in the summer sun
and rinse. Aspirin contains
salicylates, the same active
ingredient found in many
medicated shampoos designed
for dandruff.
You can also soothe a
sun-exposed scalp with Philip
Kingsley After-Sun Scalp Mask,
� (philipkingsley.co.uk). The
calming formula contains
chamomile and aloe vera to
comfort the scalp.
The problem: Too much time in
the sun can leave your scalp
feeling dry and uncomfortable.
The solution: For a quick, DIY
scalp fix, crush an aspirin into a
couple of tablespoons of olive
oil and massage the mixture
into your scalp to exfoliate
and remove flaky skin. Leave on
for 10 minutes then shampoo
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Child?s play for doctors
F
EW careers, doctor friends
tell me, are as bound by
rigid expectations and
hierarchies as medicine. A
GP is no more likely to
change tack and become a
heart surgeon than a psychiatrist is
to find their true calling in the
diseases of the liver.
A notable exception is in the field
of television doctoring. The
grand-daddy of all TV medics,
Professor the Lord Robert Winston,
has presented programmes on child
development, the brain, human
instincts, early human life, even on
religion, despite essentially being a
fertility specialist.
The career of A&E man, Dr Javid
Abdelmoneim is spreading out in
similar directions and in that sense
(as well as others) he?s the perfect
choice for No More Boys And
Matt Baylis
on last
night?s TV
Girls (BBC2). If the world?s an
oyster for media-friendly doctors,
it?s radically different for many
children and the roots of that, this
show suggests, lie outside biology.
Visiting brain scan expert
Professor Gina Rippon at the start
of this important two-parter, Javid
laid out something crucial. No one
could look at a brain scan and say if
it belonged to a woman or a man.
The differences between male
and female brains are slight. Yet in
an average class of seven-year-olds,
the disparities are marked, from
self-esteem to assertiveness, levels
of empathy to size of vocabulary.
Could school be to blame?
To find out, this programme has
taken one Year 3 class and done its
best to remove the obvious boy/girl
distinctions.
It?s about the whole setting, from
the blue and pink cupboards where
the kids put their coats to the
teacher?s endearing way of calling
girls ?sweetpea? and boys ?mate?.
And it?s also about confronting
them with male ballet dancers and
female plumbers.
Can it work? A classic experiment
based on dressing up boy and girl
babies in the opposite gender?s
clothes and ?tricking? carers into
choosing toys for them, showed
Picks of the day
Documentary: How To Make Your
Marriage Work, 10pm, C4
Crikey, where do you start with a title
like that? This might sound like the
type of documentary that could run
every night for a year and still not
cover everything. It is, however, just a
one-off and the focus of attention falls
on the borough of Brent, which boasts
one of the highest marriage rates and
lowest number of divorces in the
country. Using five married couples,
including the Demetrious?s (left), as
examples, the show asks what has
kept them together since the day they
said ?I do?. Ranging from seven to 47
years of marriage, they discuss
everything from the importance of
sex, the ups and downs of having
children and whether they have ever
been tempted to stray.
Documentary: The
Brighton Police, 9pm, ITV
The criminal goings-on in
the affluent seaside city of
Brighton are explored in
this two-parter. The first
episode follows the
investigation into an
armed robbery at a betting
shop. Although the culprits
have escaped, Detective
Sergeant Julie Greenwood
(left) is confident they will
strike again. Meanwhile, a
six-month undercover
operation appears to be
coming to a head when
officers close in on a gang
believed to be supplying
the majority of class-A
drugs in the city.
Soap: Emmerdale, 7pm & 8pm, ITV
The story of Pete and Leyla?s wedding is played out over
the course of two episodes but it appears as though
their nerves will get the better of them as the big day
arrives. The bride (Roxy Shahidi, above left) decides to
confide in Priya (Fiona Wade, above right) ? who is
dealing with guilt of her own. Away from the drama,
Rhona feels defensive, Harriet struggles to cope and
Nicola?s sporting rivalry with Kerry grows.
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how easily we fix barriers at the
earliest age. It also showed that the
family is where it starts.
Seven-year-old minds are
influenced by school but what
messages do they get at the dinner
table? It was also hard to believe
we were seeing every nook and
cranny of Javid?s sample class.
My son?s only contains seven
more pupils but among them are
girls who excel at football and boys
who prefer drawing.
They also, importantly, don?t
wear boys? and girls? uniforms,
something this experiment seems
bizarrely to have overlooked.
Milton Keynes And Me
(BBC4) saw film-maker Richard
Macer celebrating his own 50th
birthday alongside his home-town,
the one with the roundabouts and
the cows. Critical of the place as a
young man, he thought it time for a
re-evaluation revealing, along the
way, the revolutionary spirit behind
this, the last of the New Towns.
It featured housing designed by
world-class architects, public
artworks everywhere and a task
force of friendly checkers-up,
welcoming new arrivals to Utopia
and helping them settle in.
At the far fringes of this vision
were the plans drawn up, but never
made concrete, for the rodeo and
the wave pool and the souk.
It seemed, all in all, such a
thrilling place that you wondered
where all the mean comments came
from, the sneering about the fake
cows and the dullness.
Was it sheer jealousy from
outsiders, or from insiders, who had
realised the reality couldn?t match
the dream?
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with The Hollies that included a concert in Poland, which
made the teenager the first female singer from the UK to
sing live behind the Iron Curtain.
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BBC One
BBC Two
ITV
Channel 4
Channel 5
6.00 Breakfast Latest headlines. (S)
9.15 Wanted Down Under
A couple and their daughter spend
a trial week in Adelaide. (R) (W) (S)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Exploring properties auctioned off in
Lancashire and Cheshire. (AD) (R)
11.00 Heir Hunters (AD) (W) (S)
11.45 Close Calls: On Camera
Footage of a passer-by who helped a
couple caught in a car fire. (AD) (R)
12.15 Bargain Hunt From Lewes,
East Sussex. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 Local News, Weather (S) v
1.45 Red Rock A Hennessy
homecoming leads to resentment,
a fragile family is split by a crisis of
conscience and Angela finds herself
going on the defensive. (AD) (W) (S)
2.30 Impossible Rick Edwards hosts
the gameshow in which 30 recurring
players compete for the chance to win
�,000, with an ?impossible? answer
knocking them out for the day. (R) (W)
3.15 Escape To The Country
Ginny Buckley helps a couple with
�0,000 find a perfect country house
in Devon with enough accommodation
for visiting family. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
4.15 Flog It! People are invited to try
to make money out of their antiques
by taking a risk at auction. (R) (W) (S)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show, presented
by Alexander Armstrong. (R) (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News, Weather (W) (S)
6.30 Local News, Weather (S) v
6.00 The World?s Most
Photographed (R) (W) (S)
6.30 Bargain Hunt Two husbandand-wife teams compete in Hay-onWye, Powys. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
7.15 Heir Hunters (AD) (R) (W) (S)
8.00 Sign Zone: Nadiya?s British
Food Adventure Nadiya Hussain
explores the culinary traditions of the
Peak District. (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
8.30 Sign Zone: Great British
Menu The two remaining Scotland
chefs compete for a place in the
national finals. (R) (SL) (W) (S)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
1.00 Two Tribes Richard Osman
presents a quick-fire quiz. (R) (W) (S)
1.30 A Taste Of Britain
Janet Street-Porter and Brian Turner
visit West Sussex where they sample
sparkling wine and mussels. (R) (W)
2.15 Coast The team explores some
scary sea cliffs in Britain. (R) (W) (S)
2.30 Quo Vadis 1951 (PG) A Roman
soldier has an affair with a Christian
woman during the unstable reign of
the insane Emperor Nero. Historical
epic, starring Robert Taylor. (W) (S)
5.15 Put Your Money Where Your
Mouth Is Christina Trevanion and
Mark Stacey continue their rivalry
at Newark Antique Fair. (R) (W) (S)
6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) (W)
6.30 Royal Recipes Michael Buerk
and chef Anna Haugh celebrate food
served at royal weddings. (W) (S)
6.00 Good Morning Britain
Interviews with Salma Hayek, Samuel
L Jackson and Martin Clunes. (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Entertainment and
fashion news, as well as showbiz
stories, cooking and celebrity gossip.
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (R) (W)
10.30 This Morning Eamonn Holmes
and Ruth Langsford presents celebrity
chat and lifestyle features, including
a look at the stories making the
newspaper headlines. (W) (S)
12.30 Loose Women The ladies put
the world to rights once more and
invite a celebrity guest to chat
about what they are up to. (W) (S)
1.30 ITV News, Weather
1.55 Local News, Weather v
2.00 Judge Rinder Cameras follow
Robert Rinder as he takes on real-life
cases in a studio courtroom. (R) (W)
3.00 Tenable Five friends from Surrey
team up to answer questions about
top ten lists, then try to score a perfect
ten in the final round. (R) (W) (S)
3.59 ITV Local Weather (W) (S) v
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the gameshow, in which
contestants answer questions to win
turns on a large arcade-style
?coin-pusher? machine. (R) (W) (S)
5.00 Cash Trapped Quiz in which
contestants answer questions and try
to trap one another out of the game.
6.00 Local News, Weather v
6.30 ITV News, Weather
6.00 Countdown Word game. (R,S)
6.45 Will & Grace US sitcom. (R,S)
7.10 Will & Grace US sitcom. (R,S)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
Ray tells Debra she takes up too
much room in bed. (AD) (R,S)
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
Marie spies on Robert. (AD) (R,S)
8.30 Frasier Bebe Neuwirth stars. (R)
9.00 Frasier Martin buys Frasier
an expensive work of art. (R,S)
9.30 Frasier Niles and Frasier take a
dislike to Martin?s new girlfriend. (R,S)
10.00 The Big Bang Theory (R,S)
10.30 The Big Bang Theory
Leonard is upset when a magazine
fails to mention him in an article. (R,S)
11.00 The Simpsons (AD) (R,S)
11.30 The Simpsons (AD) (R,S)
12.00 Channel 4 News Headlines.
12.05 Couples Come Dine With
Me Dinner parties in Grimsby. (R)
1.05 Posh Pawn James
Constantinou meets a friend in Spain
about a loan on a luxury yacht. (R,S)
2.10 Countdown With Barry
McGuigan in Dictionary Corner. (S)
3.00 Cheap Cheap Cheap (S)
4.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun A couple seeking to buy a
holiday home in Portugal. (R,S)
5.00 Four In A Bed The guests head
to the Pheasant hotel in Brill. (R,S)
5.30 Come Dine With Me (S)
6.00 The Simpsons Homer and
Ned build a theme park. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Hollyoaks (AD) (S)
6.00 Milkshake! Fun for youngsters.
9.15 The Wright Stuff The day?s
news comes under scrutiny from
Matthew Wright and the panel.
11.15 The Yorkshire Vet Julian is
called to a heifer in agony with an
object embedded in her painful,
swollen and infected foot. (R,S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 Celebrity Big Brother
Highlights of the past 24 hours under
the all-seeing eye of Big Brother. (R,S)
1.10 Access Showbiz news. (S)
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours (AD) (S)
2.20 NCIS Having identified the mole
in their ranks, the agents are forced to
rely on information from questionable
sources as they prevent a criminal
stealing government secrets. (R,S)
3.15 After All These Years 2013
(12) A woman learns her husband
intends to leave her for another
woman shortly before their wedding
anniversary. She goes on the run after
becoming a suspect when he is found
murdered, intending to identify the real
killer. Mystery, starring Wendie Malick.
5.00 5 News At 5 Latest headlines.
5.30 Neighbours Sheila asks Karl
to take over the leadership of the
Liveability Committee. (AD) (R,S)
6.00 Home And Away Leah and Alf
put in an offer for the pier, but Maggie
and Ben also bid for it. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 5 News Tonight A round-up
of the evening?s main headlines. (S)
DIY SOS: The
Big Build:
Nick Knowles
and the team
travels to
Epsom,
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7.00 The One Show Matt Baker
and Alex Jones present the live
magazine show, featuring chat
and stories of interest. (W) (S)
7.30 EastEnders Jay tries to
clear the air between Ben and
Phil, while Steven decides the
time has come to tell the truth. (S)
Top Of
The Lake:
China Girl:
Elizabeth Moss
stars in the
crime drama,
9pm
7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road 7.00 Emmerdale The day of
Trip Actress Claire Grogan and
and Leyla?s wedding dawns,
H Pete
Two Doors Down star Alex Norton
the bride and groom are both
H but
join experts Anita Manning and
struggling. See Pick Of The Day.
Paul Laidlaw on a quest to find
7.30 How Safe Is A Sun Tan?
items to sell at an auction in Ayr.
Tonight Kylie Pentelow looks at
The fellow Glaswegians reminisce
the latest advice on exposure to
about childhood trips. (R) (W) (S)
the hot summer sun. (W) (S)
8.00 Who Do You Think You
8.00 10 Puppies And Us
Homeowners Alex and Pete
welcome rescue pup Pippa, who
comes with an extreme chewing
mother was the only one of seven
habit, while the Woolf family bring
children to be given up by her
home cockapoo pup Rosso ? and
parents and raised by another
the first thing to contend with is
family. See Pick Of The Day. (AD)
toilet training. Last in the series.
H Are? Singer Lulu discovers dark
when she travels home
H secrets
to Glasgow to find out why her
9.00 DIY SOS: The Big Build
Nick Knowles, designer Oliver
Heath and the team are joined
by local tradespeople in Epsom
to transform the home of
paramedics Sam and Ben Laws,
who have two children, one with
special needs. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
9.00 Top Of The Lake: China
Girl There is a breakthrough in
the case with the discovery of
China Girl?s identity and where
she lived. Puss turns violent
during a day at the beach,
revealing to Robin just how
dangerous he can be. (AD) (W)
10.00BBC News At Ten
Round-up of the latest national
and international headlines. (S)
10.00The Mash Report
Comedian Nish Kumar presents
the satirical and surreal take
on the week?s news. (W) (S)
10.30Newsnight
Analysis of the day?s events,
presented by Nick Ferrari. (W) (S)
Followed by Weather. (W) (S)
10.30Local News, Weather v
10.45Don?t Deport Me, I?m
British The stories of three
young men who came to the
UK as children and feel British.
But after becoming adults,
they discovered they were no
longer welcome. (AD) (W) (S)
11.40Queer Britain
Riyadh Khalaf heads into the
world of ?queer porn? to meet
those bringing different sexuality
and identities to the screen. (AD)
Cash
Trapped:
Bradley Walsh
hosts the big
money quiz
show,
5pm
11.15No More Boys And Girls:
Can Our Kids Go Gender
Free? Dr Javid Abelmoneim
embarks on a bold experiment
as he subjects a class of
primary school pupils to ?gender
neutral? treatment. (AD) (R) (W)
8.00 Emmerdale The possibility
Leyla and Pete making it to the
H of
grows even less certain.
H altar
See Pick Of The Day. (AD) (W)
8.30 James Martin?s French
The chef heads to
H Adventure
where he meets Georges
H Bresse,
Blanc. See Pick Of The Day. (W)
9.00 The Brighton Police
H Documentary following the
tasked with policing
H officers
Brighton, an affluent seaside
resort with a darker criminal
element that means local
detectives are often under
pressure. See Pick Of The Day.
10.00ITV News, Weather
Round-up of the latest national
and international headlines. (S)
10.30Local News, Weather v
10.40Schofield?s South
African Adventure Efforts to
preserve the rhino population. (R)
11.10Lion Country: Night And
Day Against all odds the two
cubs seem to have finally been
accepted into the pride and won
the approval of the dominant
males ? but a jealous lioness
intends to get rid of them.
Last in the series. (AD) (R) (W)
Child
Genius:
Richard Osman
presents the
quarter-final of
the competition,
8pm
Celebrity Big
Brother?s Bit
On The Side:
Rylan Clark-Neal
presents the
CBB companion
show,
11.05pm
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
7.00 All New Traffic Cops
North Yorkshire officers are called
out to a crash near a theme park
that has resulted in the death of
at least one person. The need to
understand what has happened
tests the resources of the cops.
(R) Followed by 5 News Update.
8.00 Child Genius The quarterfinal sees the 11 contestants
begin by facing a science test,
after which one is eliminated. The
ten who survive are tasked with
one of the most difficult memory
tests yet ? having to remember
playing cards from two decks. (S)
8.00 Nightmare Tenants: Get
Out Of My House The owner
of a tanning salon regrets letting
an employee move into a house
he owns when he is faced with
complaints from the neighbours
and �000 in unpaid rent. (R,S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
9.00 Taxi Of Mum And Dad
One-off documentary taking a
look through the windscreens of
eight family cars, eavesdropping
on the conversations between
parents and teenagers as
they catch up and connect
away from their home lives. (S)
9.00 Celebrity Big Brother .
Another selection of highlights as
the big-name bungalow-dwellers
compete in tasks, rant in the diary
room and provide their own
entertainment ? fully aware that
tomorrow, one of them will be
shown the door in the eviction. (S)
10.00How To Make Your
10.00Make Or Break?
Pressure builds for the five
remaining couples as they
come closer to deciding whether
which boasts one of the lowest
their relationships are worth
divorce rates in the country, to find
fighting for, or if the time has
out what keeps them together.
come to call it a day. (S)
See Pick Of The Day. (AD) (S)
H Marriage Work Documentary
five married couples from
H meeting
the London borough of Brent,
11.0524 Hours In A&E
A 79-year-old man arrives in
hospital after collapsing whilst
walking his dog and doctors give
him medication to try and stabilise
his high heart rate. Meanwhile, a
young boy is treated after pushing
a plastic toy down his ear. (R,S)
11.05Celebrity Big Brother?s
Bit On The Side
Rylan Clark-Neal is joined by
guests to look ahead to tomorrow
night?s eviction, debate burning
issues and share their thoughts
on the latest developments. Plus,
gossip, chat and features. (S)
12.05 One Born Every Minute
12.00 Cricket On 5 Highlights of
Exploring life at Liverpool Women?s
England v West Indies. (S) 1.00
12.10 Jackpot247 Viewers are
Hospital. (AD) (R,S) 1.00 Delhi
SuperCasino. Live gaming. (S) 3.10
offered the chance to participate in
12.25 Queer Britain Riyadh Khalaf
Cops
(AD)
(R,S)
1.55
Ramsay?s
GPs: Behind Closed Doors (AD)
live interactive gaming. (W) 3.00
sets out to find out what it means to
Kitchen
Nightmares
USA
(R,S)
2.45
(R,S) 4.00 The Railways That Built
How
Safe
Is
A
Sun
Tan?
Tonight
(R)
be ?queer?. Last in the series. (AD)
The Supervet (R,S) 3.40 Location,
Britain With Chris Tarrant (R) (SL)
(W) 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. Text(W) (S) Followed by Weather For
Location, Location (R) (SL) (S) 4.35
(S) 4.45 House Doctor (R) (SL) (S)
based information. (W) 5.05-6.00
The Week Ahead. (W) (S) 1.00-6.00
Selling
Houses
With
Amanda
Lamb
5.10 Divine Designs (R) (SL) (S)
The Jeremy Kyle Show. The host
BBC News. Round-up of national
(R) 5.30-6.00 Shipping Wars UK (R)
5.35-6.00 Wildlife SOS (R) (SL) (S)
invites guests to air their views. (R)
and international headlines. (W) (S)
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12.15 Sign Zone: The Sweet
Makers: A Victorian Treat
Four modern confectioners use
original recipes to recreate a
Victorian sweet shop. (R) (SL) (W)
(S) 1.15 Sign Zone: 10 Puppies And
Us (AD) (R) (S) 2.15-6.00 This Is
BBC Two. Programme previews. (S)
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 That ?70s Show US sitcom. (S)
8.20 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.10 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away The agents have an
explosive run-in with a debtor. (S)
10.10 My Wife And Kids Hit comedy.
10.40 My Wife And Kids Michael is
nominated for a business award. (S)
11.05 My Wife And Kids US sitcom.
11.35 My Wife And Kids Part two of
two. Junior is thrown out of the house.
12.05 8 Simple Rules Part one of
two. Nick Carter guest stars. (S)
12.35 8 Simple Rules Part two of two.
Bridget visits Ben in Ohio. (S)
1.00 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
2.00 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away Kevin Stokes and Brian
O?Shaughnessy chase a �,000 debt
run up by a coach company. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
5.00 Celebrity Big Brother
Highlights from the celebrity house.
6.00 Neighbours Grief brings Mark
and Elly closer together. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Home And Away
Brody finds himself tempted again
when Zannis reappears. (AD) (S)
7.05 Dance Moms Christi and
Chloe make a difficult decision. (S)
8.00 Dance Moms With star pupil
Maddie gone, Abby Lee Miller
promises to no longer overlook
her remaining dancers and sets
out to make a fresh start. (S)
9.00 FILM: The One 2001 (15)
An evil genius embarks on a perilous
journey through a multitude of parallel
universes in a bid to become
all-powerful by killing every other
version of him. Futuristic martial arts
adventure, with Jet Li in multiple roles.
10.55 The Last Days Of Cory
Monteith Forensic pathologist Jason
Payne-James investigates the death
of the Glee star at the age of 31. (S)
11.55 South Park Animated fun. (S)
12.25 South Park 12.55 South Park
1.25 Emerald City (AD) (S) 2.20 The
Magicians 3.15 South Park 3.35 That
?70s Show (S) 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
5USA
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.10 Cedar Cove Drama following
the fortunes of a small-town judge.
10.00 Law & Order Three police
officers are charged with a hate crime.
11.00 Law & Order A teenager is
used as bait in a drugs sting. (S)
12.00 CSI: NY A conman?s body is
found lying in a pile of money. (S)
12.55 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
1.10 FILM: Unwanted Guest 2016
(PG) Thriller, starring Kate Mansi. (S)
3.00 NCIS The agents try to recapture
a marine who escaped from a
psychiatric unit. Sean Murray stars. (S)
4.00 Law & Order The investigation
into a fatal attack on a semi-retired
divorce lawyer by a disgruntled client
reveals a network of bribery and
corrupt medical practices. (S)
5.00 Law & Order Police officer
Danny Pelham is murdered while
staking out the apartment of a wanted
man?s girlfriend. Jerry Orbach stars.
6.00 CSI: Miami Wolfe disturbs a
miniature coffin during inquiries at a
murder scene. Jonathan Togo stars.
7.00 NCIS Nikki Jardine volunteers
to help Tony investigate the murder
of a marine in Baghdad. (AD) (S)
8.00 NCIS A dramatic undercover
operation results in the death of a
serial killer. Cote de Pablo stars. (S)
9.00 Chicago PD The case against
a suspected serial rapist and killer
threatens to collapse when the
sole witness turns up dead.
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit The team tries to
solve the murder of a paediatrician
who had threatened to sue his former
employers. Mariska Hargitay stars. (S)
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A single murder
quickly becomes a case involving
three bodies. Christopher Meloni stars.
11.55 Law & Order: Criminal
Intent A gifted poker player finds
himself implicated in a murder. (S)
12.55 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation (AD) (S) 1.50 CSI:
Crime Scene Investigation (AD) (S)
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6.33 The Radio 1 Breakfast Show With Nick Grimshaw.
10.00 Clara Amfo: Music and topical chat. 12.45
Newsbeat. 1.00 Scott Mills. 4.00 Dev. 5.45 Newsbeat.
6.00 Dev. 7.00 Annie Mac. 9.00 Radio 1?s Artist
Takeover With. 10.02 BBC Radio 1?s Residency ?
Logan Sama. 12.00 BBC Radio 1?s Residency ? Jessy
Lanza. 1.00 Toddla T. 4.00-6.30 Adele Roberts.
Radio 2
FM: 88-90.2 MHz
5.00 Penny Smith. 6.30 Sara Cox: Music and topical
chat. 9.30 Trevor Nelson. 12.00 Jeremy Vine. 2.00
Steve Wright In The Afternoon. 5.00 Amol Rajan. 7.00
Bob Harris Country. 8.00 Ana Matronic. 10.00 The
Radio 2 Arts Show With Jonathan Ross. 12.00 The
Craig Charles House Party. 2.00 Radio 2?s Tracks Of
My Years Playlist. 3.00 Radio 2 Playlist: Have A Great
Weekend. 4.00 Radio 2 Playlist: Feelgood Friday.
Radio 3
FM: 90.2-92.4 MHz
6.30 Breakfast. 9.00 Essential Classics. 11.00
Edinburgh International Festival 2017: Baritone
Benjamin Appl and pianist Pavel Kolesnikov perform a
selection of lieder by Schubert, Schumann and Grieg,
plus a new work by Matthias Pintscher, live from
Edinburgh. 1.00 News. 1.02 Radio 3 Lunchtime
Concert. 2.00 Afternoon On 3: The BBC Symphony
Orchestra, conducted by Kazushi Ono, perform Ravel
and Debussy, as well as the European premiere of
Mark-Anthony Turnage?s Hibiki. 4.30 In Tune: Sara
Mohr-Pietsch presents a selection of chat, arts news
and live performance. 6.30 BBC Proms 2017: The
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Charles
Dutoit, perform music by de Falla, Lalo and SaintSa雗s. Presented by Ian Skelly, live from the Royal
Albert Hall. 9.00 New Generation Artists: Recent
recordings by Radio 3?s New Generation Artists. 9.30
Step Inside: A 21st Century Gallery Guide: Paul Morley
investigates the changing nature of art galleries, joining
a school party at the Manchester Whitworth and
discovering the rise of pop-up exhibitions. 10.15 BBC
Proms 2017: The BBC Proms Youth Ensemble and the
Bang on a Can All-Stars perform premieres by Michael
Gordon, David Lang and Julia Wolfe, plus works by
Philip Glass and Louis Andriessen. 11.30 Late
Junction. 12.30-6.30 Through The Night.
Radio Choice
In Business (FM),
Radio 4, 8.30pm
At the turn of the century,
Germany?s economy was weak and
their unemployment was high.
Today however, we see a totally
different story. The country has
overtaken China as the world?s
richest exporter.
Radio 5 Live
MW: 909, 693 kHz
5.00 Morning Reports. 5.15 Wake Up To
Money. 6.00 5 Live Breakfast. 10.00 5 Live
Daily With Emma Barnett. 1.00 Afternoon
Edition. 4.00 5 Live Drive. 7.00 5 Live Sport:
George Riley presents the day?s sports news,
plus updates from England v West Indies.
10.00 Adrian Goldberg. 1.00 Up All Night.
talkSPORT
MW: 1053, 1089, 1071, 1107 kHz
6.00 Alan Brazil. 10.00 Jim White, Tony
Cascarino And Bob Mills. 1.00 Rushden And
Jacobs. 4.00 Adrian Durham And Darren
Gough. 7.00 Kick-off. 10.00 Sports Bar.
1.00-6.00 Extra Time With Adam Catterall.
Caroline Bayley travels to rural
South Germany, home to many of
the companies that are leading the
world market, to speak to the
people behind the overhaul.
She also hears how plans are
afoot to compete with the digital
giants of Silicon Valley.
Liam Shaw
BBC World Service
on digital only
5.00 News. 5.06 The Newsroom. 5.30
Healthcheck. 6.00 Newsday. 8.30 Business
Daily. 8.50 Witness. 9.00 News. 9.06 The
Thought Show. 10.00 World Update. 11.00
The Newsroom. 11.30 The Food Chain.
12.00 News: Latest headlines. 12.06
Outlook. 1.00
The Newsroom. 1.30
Assignment. 2.00 Newshour. 3.00 News.
3.06 The Inquiry. 3.30 World Business
Report. 4.00 BBC OS. 6.00 News. 6.06
Outlook. 7.00 The Newsroom. 7.30 Sport
Today. 8.00 News. 8.06 The Inquiry. 8.30
Science In Action. 9.00 Newshour. 10.00
News. 10.06 Assignment. 10.30 The Food
Chain. 11.00 The Newsroom. 11.20 Sports
45
News. 11.30 World Business Report. 12.00
News. 12.06 The Thought Show. 1.00 News.
1.06 Business Matters. 2.00 News. 2.06
The Newsroom. 2.30 Assignment. 3.00
News. 3.06 HARDtalk. 3.30 World Football.
4.00 News: Latest headlines. 4.06 Outlook.
Classic FM
FM: 100-102 MHz
6.00 More Music Breakfast. 9.00 John
Suchet. 1.00 Anne-Marie Minhall. 5.00
Classic FM Drive. 7.00 Smooth Classics At
Seven. 8.00 The Full Works Concert. 10.00
Smooth Classics. 1.00-6.00 Jane Jones.
Absolute Radio
MW: 1215, 1197, 1242 kHz
6.00 Andy Bush. 10.00 Leona Graham.
1.00 Chris Martin. 4.00 Danielle Perry. 6.00
Pete Donaldson. 9.00 Manic Street Preachers
? Live At Kendall Calling. 10.00 George
Godfrey. 1.00-6.00 Ben Burrell.
Radio Wales
MW: 882, 657 kHz FM: 93.9-95.9,
103.7-103.9 MHz
5.00 Mal Pope. 6.30 Good Morning Wales.
9.04 Jason Mohammad: Music and topical
chat. 11.03 Wynne Evans. 1.04 Eleri Si鬾.
4.00 Good Evening Wales. 6.30 Hain And
Wigley. 7.03 Janice Long. 10.03 Chris
Needs. 1.00-5.00 As BBC World Service.
Radio 4
FM: 92.4-94.6 MHz LW: 198 kHz
5.30 News Briefing. 5.43 Prayer For The Day. 5.45
Farming Today. 5.58 Tweet Of The Day. 6.00 Today.
9.00 Reflections. 9.45 (LW) Daily Service. 9.45 (FM)
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire. 10.00 Woman?s
Hour. 10.45 Life At Absolute Zero. 11.00 Crossing
Continents. 11.30 Natalie Haynes Stands Up For The
Classics. 12.00 News. 12.01 (LW) Shipping Forecast.
12.04 Home Front. 12.15 You And Yours. 12.57
Weather. 1.00 The World At One. 1.25 (LW) Test
Match Special: England v West Indies. Commentary on
the opening day of the First Test in the three-match
series, which takes place at Edgbaston and is the first
day-night Test match in England. 1.45 (FM) Bone
Stories: Ben Garrod reveals how the skeletal remains of
the dodo may hold the key to life beyond the grave ?
and could see the bird brought back from extinction.
2.00 (FM) The Archers: Rex blows away the blues.
2.15 (FM) Drama: Breaking Up With Bradford: By
Kamal Kaan. 3.00 (FM) Open Country: Helen Mark
attends the International Balloon Fiesta in Bristol. 3.27
(FM) Radio 4 Appeal: On behalf of Revitalise. 3.30
(FM) Open Book: Mariella Frostrup talks to Swedish
novelist Fredrik Backman. 4.00 (FM) The Film
Programme: An interview with actor-director Stanley
Tucci. 4.30 (FM) BBC Inside Science: Presented by
Adam Rutherford. 5.00 (FM) PM: With Carolyn Quinn.
5.54 (LW) Shipping Forecast. 5.57 (LW) Test Match
Special: England v West Indies. 5.57 (FM) Weather.
6.00 (FM) Six O?Clock News. 6.30 (FM) Fresh From
The Fringe 2017: The best stand-up and character
comedy from this year?s festival. 7.00 (FM) The
Archers: Susan has been doing some maths. 7.15
(FM) Front Row: Arts programme. 7.45 (FM) Life At
Absolute Zero: In Cold (ish) Blood by Lynne Truss.
8.00 (FM) The Briefing Room: Current affairs
documentary focusing on an important issue in the
news. 8.30 (FM) In Business: See Radio Choice. 9.00
(FM) BBC Inside Science: Adam Rutherford explores
the latest scientific research to make the headlines and
how science is evolving and transforming culture. 9.30
(FM) Reflections: Former Conservative leader William
Hague reflects on his life and times in conversation
with Peter Hennessy. 9.45 (LW) Reflections: Former
Conservative leader William Hague reflects on his life
and times in conversation with Peter Hennessy. 10.00
The World Tonight: With Razia Iqbal. 10.45 Book at
Bedtime: Midwinter Break: By Bernard MacLaverty.
11.00 Fresh From The Fringe 2017. 11.30 The Digital
Human. 12.00 News. 12.30 Book of the Week: The
Hungry Empire. 12.48 Shipping Forecast. 1.00 As
BBC World Service. 5.20-5.30 Shipping Forecast.
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films
today?s choice
Sky Cinema Premiere
Sky 301
6.00am Ten Thousand Saints (2015) (15) Comedy
drama, starring Asa Butterfield. 7.55 Super Furry
Animals (2016) (PG) Animated adventure, featuring
the voice of Vinnie Penna. 9.25 Army Of One (2016)
(15) Comedy, starring Nicolas Cage. 11.05 Level Up
(2016) (15) Premiere. Action thriller, starring Josh Bowman.
12.35pm Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)
(12) Sci-fi prequel, starring Felicity Jones. 2.55 Don
Verdean (2015) (12) Comedy, starring Sam Rockwell.
4.35 Super Furry Animals (2016) (PG) Animated
adventure, featuring the voice of Vinnie Penna. 6.10 Ten
Thousand Saints (2015) (15) Comedy drama, starring
Asa Butterfield. 8.00 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
(2016) (12) Sci-fi prequel, starring Felicity Jones. 10.20
Level Up (2016) (15) Premiere. Action thriller, starring
Josh Bowman. Midnight Army Of One (2016) (15)
Comedy, starring Nicolas Cage. 1.45 X500 (2016) (15)
Drama, starring Jembie Almazan. 3.45 Don Verdean
(2015) (12) Comedy, starring Sam Rockwell. 5.30 War
For The Planet Of The Apes: Special
Sky Cinema Comedy
Sky 308
? Times quoted are BST
Bridesmaids HHHH
Sky Cinema Comedy, 8pm
Sky Cinema Action & Adventure Sky 307
6.25am Avengers Confidential: Black Widow &
Punisher (2014) (12) With Jennifer Carpenter. 7.55 Colt
45 (2014) (15) With Ymanol Perset. 9.25 The Karate
Kid Part III (1989) (PG) With Ralph Macchio. 11.25
The Legend Of Tarzan (2016) (12) With Alexander
Skarsgard. 1.25pm The Patriot (2000) (15) With Mel
Gibson. 4.15 Charlie?s Angels (2000) (15) With Drew
Barrymore. 6.00 The Karate Kid Part III (1989)
(PG) Starring Ralph Macchio. 8.00 The Legend Of
Tarzan (2016) (12) Starring Alexander Skarsgard. 10.00
xXx2: The Next Level (2005) (12) Starring Ice Cube.
11.45 Rocky V (1990) (PG) Starring Sylvester Stallone.
1.35am Con Air (1997) (18) With Nicolas Cage. 3.35
The Blue Max (1966) (PG) With George Peppard.
Izzard. 9.35 Matilda (1996) (PG) Children?s fantasy
comedy, starring Mara Wilson and Danny DeVito. 11.15
Jem And The Holograms (2015) (PG) Drama,
starring Aubrey Peeples. 1.20am Muppets From Space
(1999) (U) Family puppet comedy, with F Murray Abraham.
2.50 Ice Princess (2005) (U) Comedy drama, starring
Michelle Trachtenberg. 4.30 Man Of The House (1995)
(U) Disney comedy, starring Chevy Chase.
Sky 306
6.15am Max (2015) (12) With Thomas Haden Church.
8.15 Some Like It Hot (1959) (U) With Jack Lemmon.
10.20 Me And Earl And The Dying Girl (2015)
(12) With Thomas Mann. 12.10pm Life On The Line
(2015) (15) With John Travolta. 2.00 My Big Fat Greek
Wedding 2 (2016) (12) Starring Nia Vardalos. 3.40
McFarland, USA (2015) (PG) Starring Kevin Costner.
5.55 Pretty Woman (1990) (15) Starring Julia Roberts.
8.00 My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016) (12)
Romantic comedy sequel, starring Nia Vardalos and John
Corbett. 9.45 The Dressmaker (2015) (12) Drama,
starring Kate Winslet and Judy Davis. 11.50 Alive (1993)
(15) Starring Ethan Hawke. 2.05am The Panic In
Needle Park (1971) (18) With Al Pacino. 4.05 How To
Steal A Million (1966) (U) With Peter O?Toole.
Sky Cinema Family
6.15am Muppets From Space (1999) (U) Family
puppet comedy, with F Murray Abraham. 7.45 Matilda
(1996) (PG) Children?s fantasy comedy, starring
Mara Wilson. 9.25 A Warrior?s Tail (2015) (PG)
Animated fantasy, with the voice of Milla Jovovich. 11.00
Goosebumps (2015) (PG) Fantasy adventure, starring
Jack Black. 12.50pm Rock Dog (2016) (PG) Animated
adventure, featuring the voice of Luke Wilson. 2.30 Jem
And The Holograms (2015) (PG) Drama, starring
Aubrey Peeples. 4.40 A Warrior?s Tail (2015) (PG)
Animated fantasy, with the voice of Milla Jovovich. 6.15
Goosebumps (2015) (PG) Fantasy adventure, starring
Jack Black. 8.00 Rock Dog (2016) (PG) Animated
adventure, featuring the voices of Luke Wilson and Eddie
Sky 304
TCM
Sky 317
6.00am 300 (2006) (15) Fantasy adventure, starring
Gerard Butler. 8.00 Spider-Man: Homecoming:
Special 8.30 The Matrix (1999) (15) Sci-fi action
thriller, starring Keanu Reeves. 10.50 Spider-Man 2
(2004) (PG) Comic-book adventure sequel, starring Tobey
Maguire. 1.00pm X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) (12) Scifi adventure, starring James McAvoy. 3.30 Superman II
(1980) (PG) Comic-strip adventure sequel, with Christopher
Reeve. 5.40 The Matrix (1999) (15) Sci-fi action thriller,
starring Keanu Reeves. 8.00 Spider-Man 2 (2004)
(PG) Comic-book adventure, starring Tobey Maguire. 10.10
X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) (12) Sci-fi adventure, with
James McAvoy. 12.40am 300 (2006) (15) Fantasy
adventure, starring Gerard Butler. 2.40 Spider-Man:
Homecoming: Special 3.10 Superman II (1980)
(PG) Comic-strip adventure sequel, with Christopher Reeve.
5.30 Spider-Man: Homecoming: Special
Billed as a female version of The Hangover, Bridesmaids
follows the disaster-prone Annie Walker as she deals
with being maid of honour at her best friend?s wedding.
As well as coming to terms with handling all of the
responsibilities she has to fulfil before the big day,
the green-eyed monster also appears as one of
the bridesmaids tries to usurp her position.
Add into the mix two on-off romances and you?ve
got yourself a laugh-out-loud spectacle that
doesn?t contain the usual chick-flick humour.
Kristen Wiig is perfect in the role of Walker, with great
support from Chris O?Dowd and Melissa McCarthy.
andy dean
6.45am The Top Ten Show 2017 7.05 Spud 3:
Learning To Fly (2014) (15) With Troye Sivan. 8.40
Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse (2015)
(15) With Tye Sheridan. 10.20 Laws Of Attraction
(2004) (12) With Pierce Brosnan. Noon O Brother,
Where Art Thou? (2000) (12) With George Clooney.
2.00 Bridesmaids (2011) (15) With Kristen Wiig. 4.10
Central Intelligence (Extended Version) (2016)
(12) With Dwayne Johnson. 6.10 Zoolander 2 (2016)
(12) With Ben Stiller. 8.00 Bridesmaids (2011) (15)
See Today?s Choice. 10.10 Central Intelligence
(Extended Version) (2016) (12) With Dwayne
Johnson. 12.10am Borat: Cultural Learnings Of
America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of
Kazakhstan (2006) (15) With Sacha Baron Cohen.
1.40 Bruno (2009) (18) With Sacha Baron Cohen. 3.10
Laid In America (2016) (15) With Olajide Olatunji. 4.50
What About Bob? (1991) (PG) With Bill Murray.
Sky Cinema Superheroes
Sky Cinema Drama & Romance
Sky 310
6.00am Hollywood?s Best Film Directors 6.35
Kung Fu 7.40 Kung Fu 8.45 Mommie Dearest
(1981) (15) Biopic of Joan Crawford. 11.15 The Man
Behind The Gun (1953) (U) Western, starring Randolph
Scott. 12.50pm Kung Fu 1.55 Kung Fu 3.00 The First
Texan (1956) (U) Fact-based Western. 4.40 Fort Worth
(1951) (PG) Western drama, starring Randolph Scott. 6.15
The Forty-Niners (1954) (U) Western, starring Bill
Elliott. 7.40 The Longhorn (1951) (U) Western, starring
Bill Elliott. 9.00 True Romance (1993) (18) Tony Scott?s
thriller. 11.25 Until Death (2007) (15) Action thriller,
with Jean-Claude Van Damme. 1.30am Conspiracy
Theory With Jesse Ventura 3.25 Hollywood?s
Best Film Directors 3.55 Hollywood?s Best Film
Directors 4.25 Hollywood?s Best Film Directors
5.00 Hollywood?s Best Film Directors
Film4
Freeview 15 - Sky 315
11.00am Ramona And Beezus (2010) (U) Comedy,
starring Joey King. 1.05pm Thunderbirds Are Go!
(1966) (U) Puppet adventure. 2.55 Young Sherlock
Holmes (1985) (PG) Starring Nicholas Rowe. 5.05 Dr
Dolittle 2 (2001) (PG) Comedy sequel, starring Eddie
Murphy. 6.45 The Three Musketeers (2011) (12)
Swashbuckling adventure. 9.00 Riddick (2013) (15)
Sci-fi thriller sequel, starring Vin Diesel. 11.20 Monsters:
Dark Continent (2014) (15) Sci-fi, starring Johnny
Harris. 1.40am Fill The Void (2012) (U) Drama.
entertainmentsatellite, cable and digital
ITV2
Freeview 6 - Sky 118
6.00am Louisa Johnson: The Hot Desk
6.10 You?ve Been Framed! Gold 6.35 Below
Deck 7.20 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00
Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.00
You?ve Been Framed! Best Of The Best 10.00
The Great Indoors 10.30 Guidance 11.00
Fame High 11.15 Third Wheel 11.25 Below
Deck 12.20pm Emmerdale 12.55 Coronation
Street 1.30 You?ve Been Framed! Gold 2.00
The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2.50 The Jeremy
Kyle Show 5.00 Judge Rinder 6.00 You?ve
Been Framed! Gold Reloaded 7.00 You?ve
Been Framed! Gold Goes Wild! 8.00 Two
And A Half Men. Starring Charlie Sheen and
Jennifer Taylor. 9.00 Film: Hall Pass (2011) (15)
Comedy, starring Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis,
Jenna Fischer and Christina Applegate. 10.00
FYI Daily 10.05 Film: Hall Pass (2011) (15)
11.10 Family Guy 12.40am American Dad!
1.35 Mom 2.25 Teleshopping
ITV3
Freeview 10 - Sky 119
6.00am Judge Judy 6.40 The Royal 7.30
Heartbeat 8.35 Where The Heart Is 9.35
Judge Judy 10.55 Rising Damp 11.25 You?re
Only Young Twice 11.55 The Darling Buds Of
May 1.00pm Heartbeat 2.05 The Royal 3.05
The Darling Buds Of May 4.15 You?re Only
Young Twice 4.50 On The Buses 5.20 Rising
Damp 5.55 Heartbeat 7.00 Murder, She Wrote
8.00 Endeavour 10.00 Law & Order: UK
11.00 A Mother?s Son Midnight Mrs Biggs
1.05 Marchlands 2.00 On The Buses 2.25
ITV3 Nightscreen 2.30 Teleshopping
ITV4
Freeview 24 - Sky 120
6.00am Snooker V Darts 6.05 The Chase
7.05 Storage Wars: Texas 7.40 Counting Cars
8.35 Ironside 9.40 Quincy ME 10.45 Minder
11.50 The Professionals 12.55pm The Saint
2.00 Women?s Rugby World Cup 2017 10.15
Film: Ransom (1996) (18) Thriller, starring Mel
Gibson, Rene Russo, Gary Sinise, Delroy Lindo
and Liev Schreiber. 11.25 FYI Daily 11.30
Film: Ransom (1996) (18) 12.40am Film:
Lock Up (1989) (18)Thriller, starring Sylvester
Stallone, Donald Sutherland, Darlanne Fluegel
and Tom Sizemore. 1.40 FYI Daily 1.45 Film:
Lock Up (1989) (18) 2.50 Nijinsky?s Triple
Crown 3.00 Teleshopping. Home retail.
Sky1
Sky 106
6.00am NCIS: Los Angeles 8.00 Monkey Life
9.00 The Dog Whisperer 10.00 It?s Me Or The
Dog 11.00 Modern Family Noon NCIS: Los
Angeles 2.00 Hawaii Five-0 3.00 MacGyver
4.00 The Flash 6.00 Futurama 6.30 The
Simpsons 8.00 Duck Quacks Don?t Echo 9.00
Karl Pilkington: The Moaning Of Life 10.00
Ross Kemp: Extreme World 11.00 Freddie
Down Under Midnight A League Of Their
Own 1.00 Ross Kemp: Extreme World 2.00
Hawaii Five-0 3.00 Brit Cops: Frontline Crime
UK 4.00 Animal 999 5.00 Monkey Life
E4
Freeview 28 - Sky 136
6.00am Hollyoaks 6.30 Coach Trip: Road
To Zante 6.55 Made In Chelsea 8.00 Melissa
& Joey 9.00 Black-ish 10.00 Baby Daddy
11.00 How I Met Your Mother Noon The
Goldbergs 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 2.00
Melissa & Joey 3.00 Baby Daddy 4.00 Blackish 5.00 The Goldbergs 6.00 The Big Bang
Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Coach Trip: Road
To Zante 8.00 The Big Bang Theory 8.30
Kevin Can Wait 9.00 Body Fixers 10.00 The
Inbetweeners 11.10 The Big Bang Theory
12.10am Gogglebox 1.15 The Inbetweeners
2.20 Body Fixers 3.15 Celebs Go Dating
4.05 Kevin Can Wait 4.25 Rude(ish) Tube
4.50 How I Met Your Mother
More4
Freeview 14 - Sky 138
8.55am A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away
11.00 Four In A Bed 1.40pm A Place In The
Sun: Home Or Away 3.45 Time Team 5.55
Vet On The Hill 6.55 George Clarke?s Amazing
Spaces 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 Outlander.
Starring Caitriona Balfe and Tobias Menzies.
10.15 Millionaires? Mansions: Designing
Britain?s Most Exclusive Homes 11.20 8 Out
Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. Jimmy Carr hosts
the comedy panel show?s version of the famous
quiz. 12.20am Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares
USA 1.15 Outlander 2.30 Grand Designs
GOLD
Sky 110
7.20am Waiting For God 8.20 To The Manor
Born 9.00 The Brittas Empire 9.40 Last Of
The Summer Wine 11.40 To The Manor Born
12.20pm The Brittas Empire 1.00 Keeping
Up Appearances 1.40 Only Fools And Horses
3.15 Last Of The Summer Wine 5.15 Keeping
Up Appearances 5.55 Porridge 6.35 The Vicar
Of Dibley 7.25 Only Fools And Horses 9.00
Viewers? Vote Winner: Friends 9.40 Blackadder
II 10.20 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled 11.20
Mrs Brown?s Boys Midnight House Of Fools
12.40 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled 1.45 Peep
Show 2.15 The Smell Of Reeves And Mortimer
3.25 The Thin Blue Line
Sky Living
Sky 107
6.00am Obese: A Year To Save My Life USA
7.00 Nothing To Declare 8.00 Road Wars
9.00 Border Security USA 11.00 Nothing
To Declare Noon Elementary 1.00 Criminal
Minds 2.00 Cold Case 3.00 Stop, Search,
Seize 4.00 UK Border Force 5.00 Nothing To
Declare 7.00 The Real A&E 8.00 Elementary.
Guest starring Vinnie Jones. 9.00 How To Get
Away With Murder. Legal drama, starring Viola
Davis. 10.00 Criminal Minds Midnight Bones
1.00 Grey?s Anatomy 3.00 Bones 4.00 UK
Border Force 5.00 Nothing To Declare
Britain. The journalist continues his examination
of Edwardian Britain. 10.00 Wonders Of The
Universe 11.00 Horizon: Solar Storms ? The
Threat To Planet Earth Midnight Gaga For
Dada: The Original Art Rebels 1.00 A History
Of Art In Three Colours 2.00 Wonders Of The
Universe. Last in the series. 3.00 Sword, Musket
& Machine Gun: Britain?s Armed History
Freeview 39 - Sky 148
8.00am The Middle 10.00 Friends 1.00pm
Impractical Jokers 2.00 Friends 3.00 8 Simple
Rules 4.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air 5.00
Friends 8.05 Impractical Jokers 9.00 Film:
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ACROSS
1 US general?s mother hurt
car assembly (9)
6 Friend is much altered (4)
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material (5)
11 Kitty follows fellow with
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inferior container (9)
12Composer is right, so is in
trouble (7)
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transport (7)
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chocolates (13)
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being permitted (7)
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apathy (7)
24Environmental measure,
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say, of fruit (9)
25Woman acquires husband
and nationality (5)
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to repetition (4)
FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN �0 CASH read down the 27Too ardent about fuse (9)
letters in the highlighted squares to reveal the mystery word.
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1 31 days to take on unknown
form of government (8)
2 Catholic lets off
ancestors (5)
3 Manage to enjoy the turn
and go quickly (3,4,3,4)
4 Sulky and quiet about
following twice to island (7)
5 Wasted hours with doctor
getting in shape (7)
7 Dance put an end to
game (9)
8 Count as substance (6)
9 Proportion indicator
shows two zeros with a
slash (10,4)
15Hardy in sterile mixture (9)
16Evangelist for every
capacity that?s included (8)
18Game spinster (3,4)
19Shelter includes free
weapon (7)
20Trough of German
design (6)
23Turn to dance (5)
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TUESDAY?S SOLUTION
Name
Alphapuzzle� tests your logic and word power. Each grid number
represents a letter. Every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given
letter or letters ? below the main grid ? to start. Solution tomorrow.
Difficulty: 9/10; Target: 28 mins; Clue: Not on limb extremity; it?s casual.
YESTERDAY?s solution: Across: Snobbish, Orchid, Scarab, Penalty,
Prank, Exam, Nun, Caw, Silo, Shift, Restive, Quango, Arrest, Objected.
Down: Pizzeria, Nicer, Nursery, Blacken (clue), Veto, Praline, Hone,
Costume, Shallow, Fugue, Daylight.
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17 Agape, 18 Annul, 19 Suspicion, 20 Chinese food, 24 Tropopause, 25 Gnat,
26 Definitely, 27 Fare. DOWN: 1 Pirate flag, 2 Collarbone, 4 Theta, 5 Countless,
6 Affirmative, 7 Tack, 8 Coda, 12 Triple Crown, 13 California, 14 Bernadette,
16 Assailant, 21 Easel, 22 Stud, 23 Roof. Prizeword: Energy
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Halve your Target Time!
target
The Target
uses
words in
the main
body of
Chambers
21st
Century
Dictionary
(1999
edition)
HOW many words of four letters
or more can you make from the
letters shown here? In making a
word, each letter may be used
once only. Each must contain the
centre letter and there must be at
least one nine-letter word. No
plurals or verb forms ending in ?s?.
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TODAY?S TARGET
Good 13; very good 19; excellent 25
(or more). Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY?S SOLUTION
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drive driver ever evert everted
reeve reeved retrieve
RETRIEVED revere revered
reverie revert reverted rive rived
river rivered rivet riveted riveter
veer veered vide vied
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Alphabeater? Each grid
number represents a letter
? or black square. As in
Alphapuzzle, every letter of
the alphabet is used. But
you have to complete the
grid too! Use the given
letters and black squares
below the grid to start. The
grid is ?rotationally
symmetrical? ? in other
words, it looks the same if
you turn the page upside
down. Solution tomorrow.
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11, 16, 18, 21, 23, 27, 28, M
30, 31, 32, 38. Across: N
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O
Perjury, Smarmy,
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Phobia, Again, Sushi,
Zodiac, Clique, Cowlick, Q
Ideals, Decagon.
R
Down: Apply, Psychic,
Onrushes, Ibex,
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Obviously, Ecru, Jazzy, T
Move, Farmyards, Stir,
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Token.
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YESTERDAY?S SOLUTION
ACROSS 1 Convicts, 8 On loan, 9 Afro, 10 Mud,
11 Memory, 13 Precursor, 15 Adonis, 17 ODI, 18 Mali,
19 Waters, 20 Persuade.
DOWN 1 Clampdown, 2 Offers, 3 Norm, 4 Intruders,
5 Clay, 6 Tombs, 7 Underside, 12 Toiled, 14 Elite,
15 Aver, 16 NASA.
Level: Difficult
supporters (6,3)
7 Sport (6)
9 Vehicles on a public
highway (7)
10An enticement (4)
12Dowel (3)
13 Loaf type (7)
14Drinks counter (3)
15 Poker stake (4)
17 Timeless, eternal (7)
19 Term of office (6)
20Evaluators (9)
DOWN
1 Gradually (3,2,3)
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2 Atmosphere (4)
3 Hot drink (3)
4 Unused portions
of food (9)
5 Mystery (6)
6 Stair part (5)
8 Implies (8)
11 Organ of taste (6)
13 Cooks by dry heat (5)
16 Rats (anag.) (4)
18Ecology, in short (3)
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Fill the grid so that every column, row, and 3x3 square includes all of the digits from one to nine.
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Answer for Teaser 10/08/17: Longleat, Chepstow and Pantheon.
SOLUTION
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A fire engine travels 8 miles to a fire at a
speed of 36 mph. Its tank holds 500 gallons
of water but has been leaking at a rate of
25 gallons per hour throughout the journey.
If the fire engine requires 496 gallons of
water to put out the fire, by how many gallons
will it be short (to two decimal places)?
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Bill Watterson
Russell
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Britain?s
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Aries Mar 21 ? Apr 20
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FAITH, HOPE AND SUE
RUPERT AND THE YOUNG IMP No 26
?Oh, Daddy,? Rupert cries with glee,
?The imp will help our apple tree.?
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Forming friendships out of desire
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why. A young Imp of Summer got out too
early and started making things grow, our
apples and these chestnuts and, such a
lark, some sunflowers in Granny Goat?s
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THE END
A new adventure starts tomorrow
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Libra Sep 24 ? Oct 23
Don?t overestimate your importance
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way to impress the people you work for.
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4) Slice the steak
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spoonful of sour
cream and
guacamole to each,
and serve.
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Family members have been overly
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longer if you have to visit the hospital.
0905 789 3705**
Capricorn Dec 22 ? Jan 20
Taking the credit for a professional
coup will undermine your reputation. Share
the spoils of victory with your colleagues.
Those around you are aware of the part you
have played. They know your leadership has
cultivated an unusual level of success.
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Aquarius Jan 21 ? Feb 19
Narrow minded beliefs are
interfering with work. Although you disagree
with colleagues about religion, culture and
politics, you should keep these views to
yourself. You?re not paid to advance a cause;
you?re expected to perform your duties.
0905 789 3711**
Virgo Aug 24 ? Sep 23
Pisces Feb 20 ? Mar 20
Getting into debt is more trouble
than it is worth. Stop telling yourself you
can?t be happy without certain possessions
or gadgets. You?ve been blessed with keen
intelligence. As long as you?re learning and
studying, you will enjoy life.
Arguments over a tax bill or
inheritance will upset your equilibrium. It?s
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53
Choice contracts put
Balfour back on track
By David Shand
BALFOUR Beatty built a near-70 per
cent rise in half-year profit and forecast
further growth as its turnaround under
chief executive Leo Quinn gathered
momentum.
The construction services group,
brought to its knees three years ago as it
paid the price for accepting contracts at
unsustainably low margins and poor
management of costs, has recovered by
being more selective about the business
it takes on and exiting non-core markets
such as the Middle East to concentrate
on the UK and America.
Quinn, the former QinetiQ defence
technology boss brought in as Balfour?s
CEO in 2015, introduced a Build to Last
transformation programme, which he
said had created a ?strong foundation?
for further improvement.
Balfour, whose joint venture with
French partner Vinci was recently
awarded two contracts worth a combined �5billion for sections of the HS2
railway, increased its underlying halfyear pre-tax profit from �million to
�million.
Quinn said a slowdown in the London
construction market amid Brexit uncertainty had been more than offset by public infrastructure work in areas such as
rail and highways.
Its order book is down 8 per cent to
�.4billion, but its more careful scrutiny
A contract to build sections of the HS2 railway has boosted Balfour CEO Leo Quinn
of contracts is delivering higher profit
margins and reduced risk.
Quinn added: ?These results demonstrate the transformation being driven
by focusing Balfour Beatty relentlessly
on its chosen markets and capabilities.
Profitability is rising and the balance
sheet remains strong.
?Our infrastructure pipeline in the US
and UK remains buoyant and the group
continues to win landmark contracts
such as HS2. All of this gives us confidence that it remains on track to achieve
industry-standard margins in the second
half.? Shares jumped 16緋 to 279紁.
Neil Wilson, senior market analyst at
ETX Capital, said: ?Bidding too aggressively for work cost Balfour dearly for a
couple of loss-making years in which it
delivered seven profit warnings. Now it?s
a lot more selective and bidding discipline is paying off.?
Personal injuries hurt Admiral Lookers still in pole position
ADMIRAL shares reversed
131p to 2047p as the car
insurer counted the cost of
changes to personal injury
payouts.
The FTSE 100 group, which
owns
the
Confused.com
website, said extra costs from
the change to the Ogden
formula, governing the way
CAR dealer Lookers insisted
it will ride out economic
uncertainty after a sharp
drop in the used-car market.
Half-year pre-tax profit
dipped by 4.5 per cent to
�.6milion on 5 per cent
higher revenue of �46billion
as it posted growth across
new and used cars, and after-
compensation is calculated,
had carried into 2017.
It still increased half-year
pre-tax profit by 2 per cent to
�3million as the number of
vehicles insured rose by 7 per
cent to 3.77 million and average premiums increased,
boosting turnover by 9 per
cent to �08billion.
sales. CEO Andy Bruce said
it was ?well positioned to
continue the strong performance?, but views the second
half ?with some caution?.
Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders data
showed used-car deals fell by
13 per cent in the second
quarter to 1.83 million.
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PwC is hit
by � fine
PWC has been fined a
record �1million for
misconduct over its
handling of the financial
statements of professional
services firm RSM Tenon,
which collapsed into
administration four
years ago.
The Financial Reporting
Council severely
reprimanded PwC for
?extensive? misconduct in
relation to the audit for the
year ending June 30, 2011.
The fine was reduced
from �illion after a
settlement discount, while
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Nicholas Boden was fined
�4,750 and severely
reprimanded.
PwC said: ?We are sorry
that aspects of the audit
fell short of professional
standards.?
Amazon a
job source
AMAZON plans to open a
new warehouse in Bristol
next year, creating more
than 1,000 permanent
jobs.
The online retail giant
will begin recruiting in
2018 for a range of roles
including operations
managers, engineers, and
HR and IT specialists.
Amazon, which has 13
distribution centres in this
country, is increasing its
UK workforce by 5,000 this
year, taking the total to
24,000.
A spokesman said: ?We
are increasing the size of
the network to meet
increasing customer
demands, expand
selection and enable small
businesses selling on
Amazon Marketplace to
scale their operations.?
MARKET REPORT
MINING heavyweight BHP Billiton gained 26p to 1368p yesterday after activist hedge fund Elliott Management increased its
stake to 5 per cent, but precious
metals
producer
Hochschild
plunged 57絧 to 259絧 as its halfyear pre-tax profit fell by a third to
$29.9million (�.2million).
Amec Foster Wheeler eased 3紁
to 424� and Interserve dropped
2緋 to 186絧, despite their joint
venture winning a reprocessing
contract worth �0million at the
Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria.
Petra Diamonds lost its sparkle,
down 緋 to 90紁, as broker
Investec told clients to sell with a
55p price target. But biomaterials
and medical device intellectual
property firm AorTech International improved by 14p to 25絧 as
it reduced its annual loss from
continuing operations by 65 per
cent to $237,000 (�4,190).
Investment firm Yolo Leisure
was steady at 絧 amid speculation
that
music
streaming
business Electric Jukebox, in
which it holds at 41 per cent stake,
will shortly announce a new
entertainment system and plans
to list on the London Stock
Exchange.
54
Daily Express Thursday August 17 2017
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4 P0-L DRIVE ON LOCKY (32) J Farrelly 10 11 2......................B J Powell
5 422/ MISS MAYFAIR (612) Mrs L Hill 10 10 8.................. C Deutsch(3)
6 353 MOUNT VESUVIUS (41) P Henderson 9 10 6............N Scholfield
7 U13 FINDUSATGORCOMBE (25) J Frost 5 10 3......Bryony Frost(5)
8 5P-8 l SIMPLY BLESSED (13)(T) P Bowen 6 10 0........Sean Bowen
BLINKERS: Nos. 2, 8 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 4, 6 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 3, 4, 5.
W-F: Simply Blessed (99); Mount Vesuvius (96); Little Windmill (95).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Mount Vesuvius, 4 Little Windmill, 9-2 Lee Side Lady, 6
Miss Mayfair, Findusatgorcombe, 8 Simply Blessed, 12 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good to Firm. Left Handed.
9P-P
12/6
212
6L-1
P2L
L2P-
211
255
HURDLE
3.30 NOVICES?
�249 (4) 2m 1f 162yds
(8)
1 0-01 l PSYCHEDELIC ROCK (38) I Williams 6 11 4.......... T J O?Brien
2 6 MONTY MASSINI (20) E Williams 6 10 12.........................A Wedge
3 25L THE LAND AGENT (18) D L Williams 6 10 12................... D Crosse
4
ASHFORD ISLAND (F44) Adam West 4 10 11............... L Edwards
5
BALANCING TIME (F35) Mrs A Perrett 4 10 11................L Aspell
6
IBALLISTICVIN (F12) G L Moore 4 10 11....................Jamie Moore
7 2
MAMOO (95) N King 4 10 11..................................................T Whelan
8
ONEHELLUVATOUCH (F45) P Hide 4 10 4................ R McLernon
W-Factor: Psychedelic Rock (99); Mamoo (96); The Land Agent (91).
SP FORECAST: 13-8 Psychedelic Rock, 3 Balancing Time, 7-2 Mamoo, 10 Others.
4.00
NOVICES? CHASE
�899 (4) 2m 5f 135yds
(3)
1 121 l BLACK CORTON (30) (C) P Nicholls 6 11 12.Bryony Frost(5)
2 221 FOREVER FIELD (50) (F) N Henderson 7 11 6.....Nico De Boinville
3 1/22-VELVET COGNAC (445) Mrs L Hill 9 11 0......................A Coleman
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 3.
W-Factor: Black Corton (99); Forever Field (96); Velvet Cognac (92).
SP FORECAST: 10-11 Forever Field, 11-10 Black Corton, 12 Velvet Cognac.
HURDLE
4.30 HANDICAP
�249 (4) 2m 3f 49yds
49-6
2-PF
863-
L6/P
6-P5
322
316-
431
48-3
(9)
BARATINEUR (95) R G Hawker 6 12 3........... Robert Hawker(7)
PROUTS PUB (63) (C) N Gifford 8 11 12........ Miss T Worsley(7)
BOBBLE EMERALD (138) M Keighley 9 11 11................R Johnson
GUN SHY (77) (C) D Faulkner 9 11 10...........................Mr C Orr(7)
CHIC THEATRE (21) D Pipe 7 11 7...............................T Scudamore
SOLSTALLA (16) D Weston 5 11 5...................... Nico De Boinville
MAGUIRE?S GLEN (123) Grace Harris 9 11 5.................. C Ring(3)
l GET HOME NOW (43) (D,T) P Bowen 9 11 1....James Bowen(10)
RAMORE WILL (32) C Gordon 6 10 10..........................D G Noonan
BLINKERS: Nos. 5, 8 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 5, 8
CHEEK PIECES: No. 3 HOOD: No. 9.
W-Factor: Get Home Now (99); Solstalla (96); Bobble Emerald (95).
SP FORECAST: 3 Get Home Now, 4 Solstalla, 6 Ramore Will, Baratineur, 7
Bobble Emerald, 10 Prouts Pub, Maguire?s Glen, 12 Others.
TOP TRACK JOCKEY (2012-17): Jamie Moore 13% Strike rate. TOP TRACK
TRAINER (2012-17): G L Moore 15% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.00 Jump And
Jump (cheek pieces, tongue strap), In On The Act (cheek pieces, tongue
strap), 2.30 Simply Blessed (blinkers), 4.30 Ramore Will (hood). BEATEN
FAVOURITES: 2.00 Firmount Gent(hcp ch). 3.00 Gingili(hcp hdl). 4.00 Velvet
Cognac. 4.30 Solstalla(hcp hdl). LONGEST TRAVELLER: Simply Blessed
(2.30), Kinari (3.00), Get Home Now (4.30) 264 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 1.30
Raleagh Mountain from C A McBratney. 2.00 Houseparty from Ms G Howell.
4.30 Baratineur from N Henderson.
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Salisbury
(8)
FATHER EDWARD (32) D Pipe 8 12 0....................Mr R Dingle(7)
DANANDY (32) P Hobbs 10 12 0........................ Sean Houlihan(7)
GINGILI (56) J Farrelly 7 11 12...............................................N Fehily
l KINARI (18)(T) P Bowen 7 11 12...............................Sean Bowen
CLUBS ARE TRUMPS (43) Jonjo O?Neill 8 11 4.....Jordan Canavan(10)
OLIVER?S HILL (121) Mrs L Hill 8 11 3.............................A Coleman
JACK SNIPE (17) (D) J Scott 8 11 2................ Robert Hawker(7)
ROCKCHASEBULLETT (43) F O?Brien 9 11 1................. P Brennan
BLINKERS: Nos. 1, 4, 6, 8 VISOR: No. 3
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 3, 4, 6 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 5, 7.
W-Factor: Kinari (99); Gingili (93); Jack Snipe (89).
SP FORECAST: 2 Jack Snipe, 4 Gingili, 9-2 Kinari, 8 Clubs Are Trumps,
Rockchasebullett, 10 Danandy, 12 Oliver?s Hill, 14 Father Edward.
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gossip from
The gallopS
THE Scout
1.50 Autumn Leaves
2.20 Mcdelta
2.50 Fair Selene
3.20 Subhaan
IN-FORM TRAINERS (last 10 days) M
Tregoning 75% (2 wins and 1 places
from 4 runners), D Menuisier 71%
(3/2/7), L Cumani 69% (4/5/13),
Archie Watson 60% (5/1/10), D McCain
60% (3/0/5), D Skelton 60% (1/2/5), C
Appleby 59% (4/6/17), R Hughes 58%
(4/11/26), D Kubler 57% (3/1/7), C Wall
56% (4/1/9), Sir M Stoute 52%
(7/4/21), B Ellison.
IN-FORM JOCKEYS R Tart 86% (3
wins and 3 places from 7 runners), A
Coleman 80% (2/2/5), R Johnson
75% (3/3/8), R L Moore 70% (9/7/23),
G Buckell 60% (1/2/5), Jenny Powell
60% (2/1/5), M Fernandes 56%
(3/2/9), Adam J McNamara 53%
(2/6/15), J P Spencer 52% (5/10/29), C
Noble 50% (1/3/8), G Wood 50%
(5/5/20), H Skelton 50% (1/1/4), Lulu
Stanford 50% (2/0/4), P Bradley 50%
(1/3/8), T Scudamore 50% (1/1/4).
hollie?s listed win
Hollie Doyle secured the biggest
winner of her career to date after
steering Billesdon Bess to victory in
the British Stallion Studs EBF Upavon
Fillies? Stakes at Salisbury yesterday.
Having partnered the Richard
Hannon-trained three-year-old to
score at Glorious Goodwood a
fortnight ago, the pair continued
their blossoming relationship with a
ready 6-1 success in the mile and a
quarter Listed contest.
BANGOR: Good
5.50?ALDRIN (T Scudamore, 9?2) 1; Dance
Rock (5?4 fav) 2; Oscar?s Song (11?4 2nd fav) 3.
9 ran. 33/4l, hd. (D Pipe). Tote: �10; pl �80,
�10, �50. exacta: �.30. trifecta: �.00.
CSF: �.07. Non-runner: Saint Contest.
6.20?LORD HUNTINGDON (W Hutchinson,
6?1) 1; Man Look (2?1 fav) 2; Desert Island Dusk
(11?1) 3. H?cap 8 ran. 11/2l, 33/4l. (A King). Tote:
�60; pl �00, �10, �00. exacta: �.00.
tricast: �7.97. trifecta: �1.70. CSF: �.76.
Non-runner: Itshard To No.
6.50?PACKETTOTHERAFTERS (Mr Alex
Edwards, 5?1 co 2nd fav) 1; Mister Don (5?1 co
2nd fav) 2; Deadly Move (10?3 fav) 3. H?cap 10
ran. nk, 21/4l. (G Hanmer). Tote: �70; pl �80,
�70, �20. exacta: �.50. tricast: �.74.
trifecta: �1.60. CSF: �.14. Non-runner:
3.50
4.20
4.50
5.25
Pacharana
Hathal
Go Amber Go
Key Bid
AUCTION FILLIES? STKS 2YO
1.50 MAIDEN
�043 (Class 5) 6f 213yds(12 dec)
1 (3) 00 ROYAL WAVE (15) W Knight 9 0.....................H Bentley
2 (9)
AINNE S Kirk 8 11..................................................... P Dobbs
3 (11) 9 CHICKPEA (15) M Bell 8 11........................Hayley Turner
4 (5) 22 l AUTUMN LEAVES (35) (S) C Cox 8 9.... R L Moore
5 (7) 6 MIRROR MAGIC (22) G Deacon 8 9... Josephine Gordon
6 (10) 0 RUPERT?S LASS (10) M Bell 8 9................ K Shoemark
7 (8) 7 COURTEOUS CROWN (13) R Hannon 8 7.T Marquand
8 (2) 44 ESCAPE THE CITY (24) H Morrison 8 7.C Bennett(3)
9 (6)
GOLDEN IMAGE J Portman 8 7...................Rob Hornby
10 (1) LL LADY MALDIVA (14) J Santos 8 7........ Oscar Pereira
11 (4) 85 TITCHY DIGITS (14) M Attwater 8 7.....David Egan(5)
12(12)
VIKTORIYA TARABAN J Tuite 8 7......... E Greatrex(3)
TONGUE STRAP: No. 10 CHEEK PIECES: No. 10.
W-Factor: Autumn Leaves (99); Titchy Digits (97);
Escape The City (95).
SP FORECAST: 6-5 Autumn Leaves, 3 Escape The City, 6 Titchy
Digits, 14 Chickpea, Courteous Crown, 20 Others.
HANDICAP (DIV 2)
TOTEPOOL SOVEREIGN STAKES (GRP 3)
2.50 BETFRED.COM
�234 (6)
1m
(13) 4.20 �,532 (1)
1m
(8)
1 (8) 579 PASSING STAR (17) (D) D Kubler 6 10 0.... G Downing
2 (11) 22L CARCHARIAS (28) (D) E De Giles 4 9 11..C Shepherd(3)
3 (9) 911 SUITSUS (50) (D) G Deacon 6 9 10... Josephine Gordon
4 (3) 635 MASARZAIN (12) (F) Archie Watson 4 9 9.....L Morris
5 (12) 231 l FAIR SELENE (20) (D) Mrs H Main 3 9 8
T Marquand
6 (7) L1L MISS OSIER (23) (D) R Guest 3 9 6..............D Probert
7 (10) 071 RED DRAGON (10) (C&D) M Blanshard 7 9 4(6ex)
Rob Hornby
8 (1) 125 AYE AYE SKIPPER (7) (D) K C-Brown 7 9 3.. P Dobbs
9 (4) 016 LYRICA?S LION (7) (C) M Attwater 3 9 1
David Egan(5)
10 (2) 147 MOONSTONE ROCK (28) J Boyle 3 9 0.C Bennett(3)
11 (6) 937 BRADFIELD MAGIC (20) C Hills 3 8 12.........J Crowley
12 (5) 485 MACHIAVELIAN STORM (55) N Mitchell 5 8 7
Lulu Stanford(5)
13(13) 0L0 A DEFINITE DIAMOND (31) Grace Harris 4 8 7
E Greatrex(3)
BLINKERS: Nos. 8, 10 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 3
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 6, 13.
W-Factor: Fair Selene (99); Masarzain (96); Carcharias (95).
SP FORECAST: 9-2 Suitsus, 5 Masarzain, 6 Fair Selene, 7 Lyrica?s
Lion, 8 Red Dragon, Carcharias, 10 Aye Aye Skipper, 12 Others.
MAIDEN STAKES
3.20 BETFRED.COM
�881 (5)
6f 213yds (12)
PSYCHOTIC D Menuisier 4 9 10...... Didier Gengoul(3)
BAMO MC (14) Mike Murphy 3 9 5................ R Winston
CIRCUIT JUDGE (24) W Knight 3 9 5............... P Dobbs
MAJBOOR (19) D F Davis 3 9 5...........................L Keniry
RAAWY (21) S Crisford 3 9 5............................H Bentley
BETFRED.COM HANDICAP (DIV 1)
SKY MARSHAL Ed Walker 3 9 5.................. R Kingscote
�234 (6)
1m
(14)
l SUBHAAN (23) R Varian 3 9 5...................J Crowley
1 (1) 211 MUTINEER (6) (D) D Kubler 3 10 2(12ex)..E Greatrex(3)
SUIT OF LIGHTS (19) H Tett 3 9 5......................... K Fox
2 (4) 3/70 ROLLING DICE (J32) (D) D F Davis 6 9 11......L Keniry
TREACHEROUS E De Giles 3 9 5............ C Shepherd(3)
3 (10) 4L8 JACK OF DIAMONDS (22) (D) R Teal 8 9 11....R Winston
WAQT (31) M Tregoning 3 9 5..................... K Shoemark
4 (14) 22P SPIRITUAL STAR (64) (D) L Carter 8 9 9..C Bennett(3)
KILLAY (19) Eve J-Houghton 3 9 0.................. C Bishop
5 (11) 542 PICK A LITTLE (7) (D) M Blake 9 9 9......M Godwin(5)
SPINNAKA (30) L Cumani 3 9 0.................... R L Moore
6 (8) 369 BARISTA (8) (D) B Forsey 9 9 6..........Hollie Doyle(3)
CHEEK PIECES: No. 12.
7 (2) 340 KASSANDRA (129) Miss Amy Murphy 3 9 6.....H Bentley
W-Factor: Subhaan (99); Spinnaka (97); Killay (94).
8 (3) 993 l MCDELTA (19) (D,F) G Deacon 7 9 3 SP FORECAST: 11-4 Spinnaka, 4 Subhaan, 9-2 Raawy, 5 Killay, 7
Josephine Gordon Waqt, 14 Psychotic, 16 Circuit Judge, Sky Marshal, 20 Others.
9 (7) 700 OLYMPIC DUEL (26) P Hiatt 4 9 2.............T Marquand
10 (9) 355 BETSALOTTIE (12) (D) J Bridger 4 9 1..........W Carson
EBF BREEDERS? SERIES FILLIES? H?CAP
11 (5) L58 BEATISA (23) Ed Walker 3 9 0................... R Kingscote
�,675 (2)
1m 4f 5yds (8)
12 (6) 232 MASQUERADE BLING (16) D Loughnane 3 8 12.Rob Hornby 1 (6) 0-25 ELYSIAN FIELDS (57) (C&D) Mrs A Perrett 6 10 0
13(13) 553 ROCKET RONNIE (6) (D) B Barr 7 8 7............L Morris K Shoemark
14(12) 204 SPARE PARTS (8) C Hills 3 8 6......................... J F Egan 2 (7) 26L LUCY THE PAINTER (14) E De Giles 5 9 10... C Shepherd(3)
BLINKERS: No. 10 CHEEK PIECES: No. 7 HOOD: No. 2.
3 (8) 411 l PACHARANA (22) (D) L Cumani 4 9 10.R L Moore
W-F: Mcdelta (99); Jack Of Diamonds (97); Spare Parts (97). 4 (1) 653 JELLY MONGER (10) (C) D F Davis 5 9 4
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Mutineer, 11-2 Pick A Little, 7 Betsalottie, 8 Joshua Bryan(5)
5 (3) L11 LANGLAUF (57) (D) B Millman 4 9 3...David Egan(5)
Mcdelta, 10 Masquerade Bling, Spare Parts, 12 Others.
6 (5) 332 NOTICE (27) D M Simcock 4 8 12....................J Crowley
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good to Firm. Right Handed. TOP TRACK 7 (2) 118 CRIBBS CAUSEWAY (40) (D) R Charlton 3 8 3
JOCKEY (2012-17): P Dobbs 13% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER Josephine Gordon
(2012-17): R Hannon 15% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 1.50 Lady Maldiva 8 (4) 212 JIVE TALKING (24) M Bell 3 8 1............Hayley Turner
(cheek pieces, tongue strap), 2.20 Betsalottie (blinkers), Kassandra
CHEEK PIECES: No. 4.
(cheek pieces), 2.50 A Definite Diamond (cheek pieces), 3.20
W-F: Pacharana (99); Notice (96); Cribbs Causeway (93).
Spinnaka (cheek pieces), 4.50 Flying Sakhee (blinkers), South Sea
Belle (cheek pieces, tongue strap), Vixen (hood). BEATEN SP FORECAST: 2 Pacharana, 9-2 Jive Talking, 5 Cribbs Causeway,
FAVOURITES: 1.50 Autumn Leaves, Escape The City. 2.20 6 Langlauf, 8 Notice, 10 Elysian Fields, 12 Jelly Monger, 16 Lucy The
Painter.
Betsalottie(hcp). 2.50 Carcharias(hcp). 3.20 Killay, Raawy, Spinnaka,
Waqt. 3.50 Jive Talking(hcp). 4.50 Baby Gal(hcp), Island Cloud(hcp). DRAW: High numbers at an advantage in sprints when the going is
soft. LONGEST TRAVELLER: Firmament (4.20) 265 miles.
5.25 Duke?s Girl(hcp), Phoenix Dawn, Veiled Secret(hcp).
2.20
1 (10)
2 (2) 70
3 (4) 5
4 (1) 3
5 (7) 23
6 (8)
7 (3) 24
8 (11) 5
9 (6)
10 (9) 2-2
11 (5) 22
12(12) 222
3.50
Beverley
Midlands: SEVILLA
(3.40 Beverley)
North: PROJECT BLUEBOOK
(6.45 Chepstow)
Lambourn: AUTUMN LEAVES
(1.50 Salisbury)
Newmarket: HOPE IS HIGH
(5.30 Yarmouth)
Vital statistics
RUK
RUK
THE Scout
2.10 Me Before You
2.40 Dandy?s Beano
3.10 Crownthorpe
3.40 Tin Pan Alley
4.10 Roaring Rory
4.40 Vercingetorix
5.10 Nepeta
5.40 Relight My Fire
NOVICE STAKES (DIV 1) 2YO
2.10 FILLIES?
�881 (Class 5)
5f (9 dec)
(8) 859 CUM SPIRO SPERO (1) T Coyle 9 0................B McHugh
(9) 67 ELLER BROOK (20) M Dods 9 0............... P Mulrennan
(7) 8 ELNADIM STAR (41) K Ryan 9 0......................... T Eaves
(4) 338 l ME BEFORE YOU (1) D O?Meara 9 0............. D Nolan
(2)
MISS WOLVERINE M W Easterby 9 0.....Nathan Evans
(3) 74 OPTIMICKSTICKHILL (22) S Dixon 9 0............. D Allan
(5) 235 OUR LITTLE PONY (18) (C&D) L Mullaney 9 0.J Fanning
(6) 64 REMA AL KUWAIT (29) D O?Meara 9 0............P Makin
(1)
ZIP ALONG R Fahey 9 0...................................T Hamilton
W-Factor: Me Before You (99); Optimickstickhill (98);
Our Little Pony (97).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Zip Along, 7-2 Our Little Pony, 5 Me Before You,
7 Elnadim Star, 8 Eller Brook, 10 Others.
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NOVICE STAKES (DIV 2) 2YO
2.40 FILLIES?
�881 (5)
5f
(9)
1 (5)
BEE INA BONNET T Easterby 9 0........................ D Allan
2 (4) 4 CALL DAWN (71) M W Easterby 9 0.....Harrison Shaw(7)
3 (1)
CAT BALLOU D O?Meara 9 0.................................P Makin
4 (7) 62L l DANDY?S BEANO (1) (F) K Ryan 9 0............K Stott
5 (2)
DEBAWTRY D O?Meara 9 0.................................... D Nolan
6 (8) 2 GOLD STONE (24) K Ryan 9 0............................. T Eaves
7 (3) 5 LA BELLE MAYSON (57) R Fahey 9 0........T Hamilton
8 (9) 6 SABELLUM (18) R Fahey 9 0...........Sammy Jo Bell(3)
9 (6) L SIENA FLYER (24) J O?Keeffe 9 0................J Garritty
W-F: Dandy?s Beano (99); Gold Stone (98); Call Dawn (92).
SP FORECAST: 15-8 Gold Stone, 10-3 Dandy?s Beano, 4 Cat Ballou,
8 La Belle Mayson, 10 Debawtry, 14 Others.
HANDICAP
3.40 SELLING
�588 (6)
1m 4f 23yds
(11)
1 (1) 180 LEAN ON PETE (17) (C&D) O Pears 8 9 12.... A Mullen
2 (11) 742 SEVILLA (22) (S) Olly Murphy 4 9 9.....P J McDonald
3 (4) 707 SCRUFFY MCGUFFY (69) Mrs A Duffield 4 9 9..... S Gray
4 (5) 165 SAKHALIN STAR (7) R C Guest 6 9 8............C Beasley
5 (10) 228 COOL MUSIC (7) (C&D) A Brittain 7 9 7........ C Hardie
6 (8) L0L l TIN PAN ALLEY (41) (C) D C Griffiths 9 9 6.... D Allan
7 (9) 632 CHAUVELIN (34) (C&D,F) N Tinkler 6 9 4...... T Eaves
8 (7) L90 PERCY VERENCE (5) Miss T Waggott 4 9 3.....B A Curtis
9 (6) 08L PYTHON (9) A Crook 5 8 12.............Russell Harris(7)
10 (2) 500 BARBARY PRINCE (7) S A Harris 5 8 12.... Joe Doyle
11 (3) 354 KNIGHTSBRIDGE LIAM (30) M W Easterby 3 8 11
Harrison Shaw(7)
BLINKERS: No. 7 VISOR: No. 8 TONGUE STRAP: No. 8
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6 EYE COVERS: No. 4.
W-Factor: Tin Pan Alley (99); Sevilla (96); Chauvelin (95).
SP FORECAST: 7-4 Sevilla, 7-2 Chauvelin, 7 Knightsbridge Liam, 8
Cool Music, Sakhalin Star, 12 Scruffy Mcguffy, 14 Others.
Wade Harper.
7.20?DARK SUNSET (Will Kennedy, 2?1
2nd fav) 1; 2 ran. . (D McCain; 2-5 fav Lieutenant
Gruber). Tote: �50; Non-runners: Kalanisi
Glen, Orchardstown Cross.
7.50?SAGE MONKEY (R Patrick, 3?1 2nd
fav) 1; Raleagh Mountain (9?4 fav) 2; Atlantic
King (40?1) 3. H?cap 11 ran. 11/4l, 23/4l. (Kerry
Lee). Tote: �40; pl �40, �10, �40. exacta:
�.40. tricast: �2.25. trifecta: �7.10. CSF:
�.05.
8.20?PRINCE KHURRAM (L Murtagh, 13?2
2nd fav) 1; On Alberts Head (15?8 fav) 2; Anton
Dolin (8?1) 3. H?cap 15 ran. 5l, 6l. (D McCain).
Tote: �50; pl �90, �30, �30. exacta:
�.50. tricast: �8.23. trifecta: �.10. CSF:
�.86. Non-runner: Be Seeing You.
Placepot: �.70
GARNETT MEMORIAL FILLIES? H?CAP
4.50 BILL
�396 (5)
6f
(14)
1 (9) 422 WHITECREST (5) (D) J Spearing 9 9 11.........W Carson
2 (12) 4-44 SOUTH SEA BELLE (41) D Menuisier 3 9 7
K Shoemark
3 (2) 51L CHICAGO STAR (34) (F) M Channon 3 9 6... J F Egan
4 (1) 824 l GO AMBER GO (30) (D) B Millman 5 9 5
Lulu Stanford(5)
5 (7) 6L5 POSH BOUNTY (5) (D) P Burgoyne 6 9 4....... P Dobbs
6 (6) 65-4 GRAND MYLA (30) G L Moore 3 9 4............. R L Moore
7 (11) 773 CHICA DE LA NOCHE (37) S Dow 3 9 4.......J Crowley
8 (8) 532 ISLAND CLOUD (30) Mrs H Main 3 9 3.... R Kingscote
9 (5) 311 SWEET PURSUIT (12) (D) B Millman 3 9 1..... C Bishop
10 (3) 46L FLEETING GLIMPSE (56) (D) P Chamings 4 8 13
Rob Hornby
11 (13) 522 BABY GAL (22) (D) J Boyle 3 8 10
C Bennett(3)
12 (4) 559 VIXEN (63) Eve J-Houghton 3 8 6......Georgia Cox(5)
13(10) 565 FLYING SAKHEE (12) J Bridger 4 8 5................R Tate
14(14) L9L- MISS GERONIMO (290) K C-Brown 5 8 5
Hollie Doyle(3)
BLINKERS: No. 13 TONGUE STRAP: No. 2
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 6 HOOD: No. 12.
W-Factor: Go Amber Go (99); Whitecrest (97);
Posh Bounty (92).
SP FORECAST: 3 Sweet Pursuit, 11-2 South Sea Belle, 7 Whitecrest,
8 Island Cloud, 10 Go Amber Go, Baby Gal, Grand Myla, Chicago
Star, 12 Others.
3YO
5.25 HANDICAP
�175 (4)
1m 6f 44yds
1 (8) 65L FIRST BOMBARDMENT (5) (C&D) D O?Meara 4 9 12
P Vaughan(7)
2 (13) 018 CROSSE FIRE (8) (C&D) S Dixon 5 9 11............. D Allan
3 (12) 734 FUJIN (101) (C&D,F) S A Harris 6 9 10............. T Eaves
4 (11) L22 ASTROPHYSICS (18) (C&D) Miss L Siddall 5 9 9......P Aspell
5 (7) 362 YOU?RE COOL (35) (D) J Balding 5 9 8.... L Edmunds(3)
6 (6) 453 NOAH AMOR (16) (C&D) D O?Meara 4 9 7....... D Nolan
7 (1) 531 l ROARING RORY (30) (C&D) O Pears 4 9 5
Seamus Cronin(7)
8 (5) 34L BOND BOMBSHELL (9) (C&D) D O?Meara 4 9 2
Josh Doyle(3)
9 (4) 335 PEARL NOIR (35) (C&D) S Dixon 7 9 1.P J McDonald
10 (9) 625 WINDFORPOWER (9) (D) Miss T Waggott 7 8 12.. B A Curtis
11 (10) 5-25 CANFORD BAY (13) A Brittain 3 8 11............... A Mullen
12 (3) 70L TINSILL (10) (C&D) N Tinkler 6 8 5............. Joe Doyle
13 (2) 725 WHIGWHAM (84) Gary Sanderson 3 8 4........ C Hardie
BLINKERS: No. 9 VISOR: Nos. 1, 2, 3
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 7, 8, 10.
W-F: Roaring Rory (99); Noah Amor (95); Pearl Noir (95).
SP FORECAST: 5 Roaring Rory, 11-2 You?re Cool, 6 Astrophysics,
Fujin, 8 Canford Bay, 10 Noah Amor, 12 Others.
1 (4) 722 TAPER TANTRUM (61) M Bell 5 9 8.............. L Steward
2 (2) 72L SAVED BY THE BELL (19) D O?Meara 7 9 4.... D Nolan
3 (7) 116 l VERCINGETORIX (19) (D) I Jardine 6 9 4
J Gormley(7)
4 (9) 0-53 BULAS BELLE (9) (D) G Tuer 7 9 2........................G Lee
5 (6) 21L MAGHFOOR (84) S bin Suroor 3 9 2................. J Quinn
6 (5) 273/ BOURNE (J78) D McCain 11 9 1.......................... A Mullen
7 (1) 337 ROYAL FLAG (11) (D) B Ellison 7 8 11................ T Eaves
8 (8) 4/41 ATTENTION SEAKER (9) (C&D) T Easterby 7 8 9(6ex)
D Allan
9 (3) 266 CRAY (11) J Bethell 3 8 5...........................P J McDonald
BLINKERS: No. 6 VISOR: No. 2 TONGUE STRAP: No. 8
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 3, 9.
W-F: Vercingetorix (99); Attention Seaker (98); Royal Flag (96).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Taper Tantrum, 5 Maghfoor, 6 Attention Seaker,
Bulas Belle, 7 Saved By The Bell, Vercingetorix, 10 Others.
EVENING RESULTS
(Race 1) 6, 7, 9; (2) 3, 6, 7; (3) 10, 1, 6;
(4) 2; (5) 9, 5, 11; (6) 1, 12, 10.
Quadpot: �.70
KEMPTON: Standard to slow
6.10?MOUNTAIN PEAK (L Keniry, 8?1 co
2nd fav) 1; Shoyd (12?1) 2; Super Florence (18?1)
3. H?cap 13 ran. 1/2l, 11/2l. (Ed Walker; 6-4 fav
Global Exceed). Tote: �.40; pl �90, �60,
�70. exacta: �2.20. tricast: �52.22. trifecta: �82.10. CSF: �0.32.
6.40?QUARGENT (J P Spencer, 8?11 fav) 1;
Amandine (7?1) 2; Royal Parks (5?1 2nd fav) 3. 11
ran. 13/4l, 11/4l. (J Noseda). Tote: �80; pl �10,
�30, �40. exacta: �30. trifecta: �.50.
CSF: �65. Non-runners: Copilot, Expressiy,
(8)
1 (5) 111 POW WOW (50) (C,F) M Meade 9 7.......... K Shoemark
2 (6) 213 l KEY BID (12) C Appleby 9 5.......................J Crowley
3 (8) 243 SABLE ISLAND (20) Sir M Stoute 9 0......... R L Moore
4 (4) 613 VEILED SECRET (2) (D) Sir M Prescott 8 13(6ex)
Doubtful
5 (7) 213 PADRINHO (15) (D) J Best 8 11................................ K Fox
6 (2) 643 ORSINO (21) A Balding 8 9...........................Rob Hornby
7 (3) 923 PHOENIX DAWN (J25) (F) B Powell 8 6........ J F Egan
8 (1) 225 DUKE?S GIRL (19) M Bell 8 5...................Hayley Turner
CHEEK PIECES: No. 2.
W-Factor: Key Bid (99); Sable Island (98); Pow Wow (97).
SP FORECAST: 2 Pow Wow, 11-4 Key Bid, 5 Sable Island, 6 Padrinho,
10 Duke?s Girl, 12 Phoenix Dawn, 14 Orsino.
STABLE SWITCH: 2.20 Kassandra from R Hannon. 4.50 Vixen from
G Deacon. 5.25 Pow Wow from R Charlton.
3YO
5.10 HANDICAP
�781 (5)
1m 100yds
(12)
1 (8) 5-33 PORTLEDGE (15) J Bethell 9 9................P J McDonald
2 (10) 424-l NEPETA (296) M Johnston 9 7.................J Fanning
3 (12) 041 MONT ROYAL (30) (C&D) O Pears 9 7........... A Mullen
4 (7) 2L1 PANTERA NEGRA (13) T D Barron 9 5.. Nathan Evans
5 (2) 7L0 ARMAGNAC (15) M Bell 9 2............................. L Steward
6 (5) 322 GOLCONDA PRINCE (13) (F) R Fahey 9 2.T Hamilton
7 (1) 63L FOUR WISHES (21) T Easterby 9 1...................... D Allan
8 (11) 2L4 MOONLIGHT BLUE (34) M Dods 9 1......... P Mulrennan
9 (3) 331 DREAMOFDISCOVERY (22) (D) Julie Camacho 8 13
Joe Doyle
10 (6) 368 TESKO FELLA (12) Mrs R Carr 8 12............J P Sullivan
11 (9) 577 SEEBRING (30) B Ellison 8 6................................. S Gray
12 (4) 50L ZONE IN (37) D C Griffiths 8 4.......................... C Hardie
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 8, 9, 11.
W-Factor: Nepeta (99); Dreamofdiscovery (97);
Pantera Negra (96).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Golconda Prince, 5 Portledge, 6 Dreamofdiscovery,
7 Pantera Negra, 8 Nepeta, Mont Royal, 12 Others.
MCFARLAND HANDICAP
AMATEUR RIDERS? HANDICAP
4.10 BRIDGE
�881 (5)
5f
(13)
5.40 �496
(6)
1m 100yds
SECURITY NURSERY 2YO
SPECIAL BIRTHDAY YEAR H?CAP
3.10 CONSTANT
�781 (5)
7f 96yds (12) 4.40 BARBARA?S
�225 (4)
2m 32yds (9)
1 (9) 816 JACKONTHEROCKS (34) M Dods 9 7.C Rodriguez(5)
2 (6) 136 POET?S DAWN (16) (C&D) T Easterby 9 7........ D Allan
3 (1) 735 VICEROY MAC (15) David Loughnane 9 5......S James
4 (12) 832 l CROWNTHORPE (22) R Fahey 9 4..........T Hamilton
5 (4) 543 NORTHERN LAW (9) J J Quinn 9 4.......................J Hart
6 (2) 542 REINBEAU PRINCE (20) R Fahey 9 4............... D Nolan
7 (8) 241 GO NOW GO NOW (22) (D) M Johnston 9 2.. P J McDonald
8 (11) 3L4 HERE IN THE DARK (23)(T) K Dalgleish 9 2.......G Lee
9 (7) 473 ADMIRAL ROOKE (20) M Dods 9 2.......... P Mulrennan
10 (3) 329 ARABIAN JAZZ (34) M Bell 9 1...................... L Steward
11 (5) 468 VENTURA CREST (42) T Easterby 8 6.....J P Sullivan
12(10) 022 MR CARBONATOR (9) P Kirby 8 1...................... J Quinn
W-Factor: Crownthorpe (99); Reinbeau Prince (98);
Arabian Jazz (98).
SP FORECAST: 4 Go Now Go Now, 9-2 Crownthorpe, 13-2 Admiral
Rooke, 8 Mr Carbonator, 10 Others.
1 (3) 521 BALLARD DOWN (26) (D) W Knight 4 9 0..H Bentley
2 (2) 641 BALLET CONCERTO (33) (D) Sir M Stoute 4 9 0
R L Moore
3 (5) 622- CARRY ON DERYCK (313) (D) S bin Suroor 5 9 0
W Carson
4 (7) 565 FIRMAMENT (19) (D,T) D O?Meara 5 9 0.R Kingscote
5 (8) 8-33 l HATHAL (19) (D) W Haggas 5 9 0.............. L Dettori
6 (4) 821 MASTER THE WORLD (13) (D) D Elsworth 6 9 0
P Dobbs
7 (1) 159 TABARRAK (33) (D,F) R Hannon 4 9 0........J Crowley
8 (6) 16-L ISOMER (41) (C) A Balding 3 8 8.......................L Keniry
VISOR: No. 1 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 5, 6.
W-Factor: Hathal (99); Tabarrak (98); Carry On Deryck (97).
SP FORECAST: 3 Hathal, 7-2 Carry On Deryck, 4 Ballet Concerto, 5
Master The World, 7 Firmament, 10 Tabarrak, 12 Ballard Down, 25
Isomer.
(16)
1 (2) 321 l RELIGHT MY FIRE (6) (C,D) T Easterby 7 11 2(6ex)
Miss E Easterby(3)
2 (6) 323 ZEPHYROS (26) (D) D Bridgwater 6 11 0
Miss P Bridgwater(5)
3 (15) 5L1 ELLAAL (15) (C&D) Mrs R Carr 8 11 0.Miss E Bullock(5)
4 (13) L45 INGLEBY SPRING (15) R Fahey 5 10 8..Mr B Garritty(5)
5 (1) 222 CATASTROPHE (12) J J Quinn 4 10 8....... Mr S Walker
6 (16) 026 REBEL STATE (5) (D) J O?Keeffe 4 10 6
Miss A Cawley(7)
7 (12) 349 I?M SUPER TOO (24) (C&D) Mrs K Tutty 10 10 4
Miss A Collier(7)
8 (10) 258 GRACEFUL ACT (5) (C) R Barr 9 10 3
Miss M Mullineaux
9 (9) 455 SOOQAAN (8) (D) A Brittain 6 10 0...Miss S Brotherton
10 (7) 5-L0 YAIR HILL (5) T Cuthbert 9 9 11.. Miss H Cuthbert(3)
11 (5) 760 MOUNT CHEIRON (7) R Ford 6 9 9.Miss Becky Smith
12 (8) 355 RUPERT BOY (133) (D) S Dixon 4 9 9
Mr Jordan Williams
13 (3) 0-L1 BIGBADBOY (7) (F) C Mulhall 4 9 9....Miss A McCain(5)
14(14) 009 STANLOW (40) (D) M Mullineaux 7 9 9..Mr L Stones(5)
15 (11) 73L IVORS INVOLVEMENT (3) (D) Miss T Jackson 5 9 9
Miss Page Fuller
16 (4) L08 FLEDERMAUS (15) Miss T Jackson 7 9 9
Miss B Johnson(7)
BLINKERS: No. 7 VISOR: No. 14 TONGUE STRAP: No. 16
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11.
W-F: Relight My Fire (99); Zephyros (97); Catastrophe (97).
SP FORECAST: 9-2 Catastrophe, 5 Relight My Fire, 13-2 Ellaal, 8
Zephyros, Sooqaan, Ingleby Spring, 12 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good to Firm. Right Handed. TOP TRACK
JOCKEY (2012-17): J Fanning 20% Strike rate. TOP TRACK
TRAINER (2012-17): M Johnston 21% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 3.40
Sevilla (cheek pieces). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 3.10 Northern Law.
3.40 Sevilla(hcp). 4.10 You?re Cool(hcp). 4.40 Bulas Belle(hcp),
Vercingetorix(hcp). 5.40 Rebel State(hcp). DRAW: Low numbers have
a slight advantage in races up to a mile. LONGEST TRAVELLER:
Here In The Dark (3.10) 239 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 4.10 Whigwham
from R Fahey. 4.40 Bourne from L Cumani. 5.10 Zone In from Roger
Fell.
Wild Impala.
7.10?ELIZABETH BENNET (James Doyle,
6?4 fav) 1; George (17?5) 2; Shaheen (10?3 2nd
fav) 3. H?cap 6 ran. 1l, 1/2l. (C Hills). Tote: �20;
pl �30, �90. exacta: �40. trifecta: �.30.
CSF: �00.
7.40?FIRST DANCE (Martin Harley,
evens fav) 1; Natheer (7?2) 2; Counter Spirit
(3?1 2nd fav) 3. 6 ran. 3l, 11/2l. (J Tate). Tote:
�00; pl �10, �30. exacta: �10. trifecta:
�.00. CSF: �36.
8.10?MUDALLEL (James Doyle, 10?3 fav)
1; Precious Angel (16?1) 2; Dangerous Ends (6?1)
3. H?cap 11 ran. 33/4l, ns. (E Dunlop). Tote: �70;
pl �40, �60, �10. exacta: �.70. tricast:
�5.93. trifecta: �6.10. CSF: �.85. Nonrunner: Three?s A Crowd.
8.40?MAZYOUN (James Doyle, 10?3 fav) 1;
Ower Fly (9?1) 2; Envisaging (7?1) 3. H?cap 12
ran. 3/4l, nk. (H Palmer). Tote: �80; pl �60,
�80, �80. exacta: �.80. tricast: �0.84.
trifecta: �0.40. CSF: �.62. Non-runner:
Awesome Allan.
9.10?WOLFCATCHERJACK (L Morris, 9?4
fav) 1; Rianna Star (20?1) 2; Powered (7?1) 3.
H?cap 14 ran. 11/2l, shd. (Sir M Prescott). Tote:
�90; pl �60, �60, �30. exacta: �.50.
tricast: �0.90. trifecta: �0.20. CSF:
�.75.
Placepot: �.70
(Race 1) 7, 3, 1; (2) 10, 2, 1; (3) 1, 2; (4)
4, 6; (5) 4, 6, 5; (6) 3, 1, 10;
Quadpot: �30
SPORT: RUGBY LEAGUE AND RACING
ATHLETICS
GREAT Britain will
face the United States
in a new format at the
London Stadium next
summer.
Called ?The Meet?, it
will feature a fastpaced format over nine
events on July 21 at the
venue for the recent
World Championships.
The competition will
last two hours and
feature running,
jumping, hurdles and
relay events.
Chepstow
Ellis going out with a bang
HULL FC captain
Gareth Ellis will retire
at the end of the season
and take up a new role
as the club?s football
manager.
The 36-year-old
forward, one of the most
respected players in the
game, recently spoke
about extending his
career for one more
year. That would have
allowed him to become
the oldest player in the
Super League by
playing on past his 37th
birthday next May.
But with Hull?s
current football
manager Motu Tony
returning to New
Zealand at the end of
the year, the door has
opened for Ellis to fill
the position.
Ellis joined Hull in
2013 after four hugely
successful years in
Australia with
7.15 ZAVIKON (nap)
7.45 Major Valentine
8.15 Pastfact
SCOTTISH EXPRESS: 5.45 NATIVE PROSPECT (nap)
AUCTION STAKES (PLUS 10)2YO
5.15 NOVICE
�528 (Class 4)7f 16yds (7 declared)
(6)
APPENZELLER R Hughes 9 2.................................... Fran Berry
(2) 6 GREAT VIZIER (29) Eve J-Houghton 9 2.......E Greatrex(3)
(4)
MY ROCK David Dennis 9 2........................... Ben Robinson(5)
(3) 72 l NEVERBEEN TO PARIS (9) M Bell 9 2.................. L Morris
(7)
POUCOR M Channon 9 2................................................. F Norton
(1) L CHANGING (49) D Kubler 8 11...................................G Downing
(5) 4 SHEPHERD MARKET (26) C Cox 8 11....................... D Probert
W-Factor: Neverbeen To Paris (99); Shepherd Market (98);
Great Vizier (97).
SP FORECAST: 13-8 Neverbeen To Paris, 9-4 Shepherd Market, 4 Great
Vizier, 7 Poucor, 14 Appenzeller, 20 My Rock, 50 Changing.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5.45
188BET HANDICAP3YO
�175 (4)
1m 2f
(6)
(5) 242 NATIVE PROSPECT (35) A Balding 9 8.................. D Probert
(3) 525 TWENTY TIMES (11) (C&D) R Hughes 9 7............ Fran Berry
(4) 51 FOOLS AND KINGS (31) R Brisland 9 5...................... L Morris
(2) 45L BLUSHING RED (30) E Dunlop 9 0............................. F Norton
(1) 1L1 l PONDERING (21) (D) Eve J-Houghton 8 12....E Greatrex(3)
(6) L7-6 POET?S CHARM (216) M Hill 8 3..................................K O?Neill
VISOR: No. 5 CHEEK PIECES: No. 2 HOOD: No. 6.
W-Factor: Pondering (99); Twenty Times (95); Fools And Kings (94).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Native Prospect, 3 Pondering, 7-2 Fools And Kings, 5
Blushing Red, 7 Twenty Times, 16 Poet?s Charm.
1
2
3
4
5
6
RACING SPECIALS AT 188BET H?CAP
6.15 DAILY
�234 (5)
1m 4f
(10)
1 (7) 13-6 l PRINCESS ROANIA (J41) P Bowen 6 10 1............Doubtful
2 (4) 542 WHAT A SCORCHER (J25) Mrs N Evans 6 9 13....... L Morris
3 (2) 214 RAHMAH (19) (C) G Deacon 5 9 12..............................K O?Neill
4 (9) 233 BECCA CAMPBELL (14) Eve J-Houghton 4 9 12
E Greatrex(3)
5 (6) 511 TOBOUGGALOO (28) (C&D) W Kittow 6 9 12.William Cox(7)
6 (5) 7-8L SPIN POINT (J108) I Williams 5 9 10..................... Fran Berry
7 (3) L5L KAISAN (14) B J Llewellyn 4 9 5............................... D Probert
8 (8) L11 THE DETAINEE (16) (C&D) N Mulholland 4 9 5......T Whelan
9 (1) 466 EASTERN LADY (13) R J Price 4 9 3.....Jonathan Fisher(7)
10 (10) 042 MR FRANKIE (69) J Spearing 6 9 2.........................R Winston
BLINKERS: No. 7 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 7, 9 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 4, 6, 8.
W-F: Princess Roania (99); The Detainee (98); Tobouggaloo (96).
SP FORECAST: 2 Tobouggaloo, 7-2 The Detainee, 11-2 Mr Frankie, 15-2 What
A Scorcher, 10 Rahmah, Becca Campbell, 14 Spin Point, Kaisan, 25 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Left Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY (2012-17):
David Probert 16% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (2012-17): B J
Llewellyn 10% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 5.45 Twenty Times (cheek pieces),
Poet?s Charm (hood), 7.15 Dodgy Bob (visor), 7.45 Glacier Point (blinkers).
BEATEN FAVOURITES: 5.45 Blushing Red(hcp), Native Prospect(hcp). 6.45
Arty Campbell(hcp hdl), Sir Pass I Am(hcp). 7.15 Coronation Cottage(hcp). 7.45
Bellevarde(hcp), Major Valentine(hcp). 8.15 Oeil De Tigre(hcp).
BEVERLEY: Good to firm-good in
places
2.10?ARCAVALLO (P Mulrennan, 6?4 fav) 1;
Biddy Brady (10?1) 2; Undercover Brother (7?2) 3. 8
ran. 11/2l, 11/2l. (M Dods). Tote: �50; pl �02, �90,
�40. exacta: �.50. trifecta: �.70. CSF: �.92.
Non-runners: Honey Gg, Tale Of Tails.
2.40?EQUITANT (T Hamilton, 8?1) 1; Kyllachy
Dragon (3?1 2nd fav) 2; Wensley (5?2 fav) 3. 9 ran. 23/4l,
11/2l. (R Fahey). Tote: �50; pl �50, �40, �60.
exacta: �.70. trifecta: �6.50. CSF: �.28.
3.10?BAILEYS EXCELERATE (J Fanning, 3?1 2nd
fav) 1; International Man (7?2) 2; Global Conqueror
(5?2 fav) 3. 12 ran. nk, 13/4l. (M Johnston). Tote: �60;
pl �60, �50, �40. exacta: �.10. trifecta: �.00.
CSF: �.58.
3.40?TALENT SCOUT (Gemma Tutty, 9?4 2nd
fav) 1; Chiswick Bey (6?4 fav) 2; Bold Spirit (12?1) 3. 7
ran. nk, 1/2l. (Mrs K Tutty). Tote: �00; pl �70, �40.
exacta: �50. trifecta: �.80. CSF: �12. Nonrunners: Major Muscari, Quick Monet.
4.10?SAVE THE BEES (Ger O?Neill, 6?1) 1;
Hollywood Road (4?1) 2; Alexander M (6?5 fav) 3.
H?cap 5 ran. hd, nk. (D Carroll). Tote: �60; pl �40,
�10. exacta: �.60. trifecta: �.70. CSF: �.72.
Non-runner: Barwell.
4.40?LIQUID GOLD (T Hamilton, 5?2 fav) 1;
Yensir (7?2) 2; Inflexiball (8?1) 3. H?cap 8 ran. nk, 1l. (R
Fahey). Tote: �10; pl �30, �50, �50. exacta:
�.20. tricast: �.21. trifecta: �.00. CSF: �.31.
5.15?MAORI BOB (Lulu Stanford, 5?2 2nd fav) 1;
Alphabetical Order (14?1) 2; Peterhouse (7?2) 3. H?cap
6 ran. 23/4l, 11/2l. (M Bell; 6-4 fav Regal Mirage). Tote:
�10; pl �50, �70. exacta: �.60. tricast: �0.59.
trifecta: �7.30. CSF: �.47. Non-runners: Auxiliary,
Hurricane Hollow, Modernism, Song Of Love.
5.45?MUATADEL (T Hamilton, 15?8 fav) 1; Fujin
(17?2) 2; Ballesteros (12?1) 3. H?cap 10 ran. hd, 11/2l.
(Roger Fell). Tote: �40; pl �10, �10, �60. exacta:
�.50. tricast: �6.37. trifecta: �2.20. CSF: �.15.
Non-runner: Foxy Boy.
Wests Tigers. The
Yorkshireman had
previously played for
Wakefield and Leeds, and
last season helped Hull
to lift the Challenge Cup.
They will attempt to
retain the trophy
against Wigan on
August 26 and Ellis will
hope for a glorious last
hurrah, with the Grand
Final also in his sights.
?Adam Pearson
always wanted to build
a team who challenged
regularly for silverware
and weren?t a flash in
the pan,? said Ellis of
the club?s owner.
?I still don?t think we
have played particularly
1/4 ODDS AT 188BET HANDICAP
6.45 GET
�469 (4)
2m
(8)
ATR
THE Scout
5.15 Neverbeen To Paris
5.45 Pondering
6.15 Princess Roania
6.45 Medburn Cutler
By Ross Heppenstall
1 (2) L/74 TAWS (15) B Millman 6 9 7................................. David Egan(5)
2 (3) 151/ SLEEP EASY (J17) N Mulholland 5 9 6....................R Winston
3 (5) 304- ARTY CAMPBELL (J25) (C&D) B J Llewellyn 7 9 6
M Godwin(5)
4 (6) 10-2 PROJECT BLUEBOOK (J14)(T,S) J J Quinn 4 9 4...Fran Berry
5 (7) 220 l MEDBURN CUTLER (54) (C&D) P Henderson 7 9 2.....F Norton
6 (1) 2L-3 NORAB (23) B J Llewellyn 6 9 0.................................. L Keniry
7 (4) 5-22 ALL FOR THE BEST (J43) Robert Stephens 5 8 13.L Morris
8 (8) 017 SIR PASS I AM (85) (C&D,F) A Balding 4 8 8...... D Probert
BLINKERS: No. 6 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 7
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 7.
W-F: Medburn Cutler (99); Sleep Easy (95); Sir Pass I Am (94).
SP FORECAST: 3 Project Bluebook, 7-2 Sleep Easy, 5 Sir Pass I Am, 6 All
For The Best, 7 Arty Campbell, 10 Taws, Medburn Cutler, 12 Norab.
SILVESTRE DE SOUSA AT 188BET H?CAP
7.15 READ
�234 (6)
5f 16yds
(8)
l ZAVIKON (12) (D) R Hughes 3 9 11.................... Fran Berry
CORONATION COTTAGE (13) M Saunders 3 9 11.C Bennett(3)
WAHAAB (17) Mrs S Leech 6 9 10.............................. D Probert
SWENDAB (20) (C&D) J G O?Shea 9 9 10.Ben Robinson(5)
DODGY BOB (7) M Mullineaux 4 9 6................ Phil Dennis(3)
STRINGYBARK CREEK (9) (D) M Channon 3 8 13...David Egan(5)
EVERKYLLACHY (3) (F) J S Moore 3 8 13.. Hollie Doyle(3)
ROCKALATER (149) J Spearing 3 8 3........................ L Morris
BLINKERS: Nos. 4, 7 VISOR: No. 5.
W-Factor: Zavikon (99); Swendab (90); Stringybark Creek (90).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Zavikon, 3 Coronation Cottage, 7-2 Stringybark Creek,
8 Swendab, 10 Wahaab, 12 Dodgy Bob, Everkyllachy, 16 Rockalater.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(3) 152
(4) 31L
(8) 940
(2) L7L
(6) 506
(1) 362
(7) 59L
(5) 4L8
NEW AGE: Ellis will take on a different role
NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10) 2YO
4.55 �528
(Class 4) 7f 3yds(16 dec)
1 (3)
2 (14)
3 (11)
4 (1)
5 (16) 8
6 (6)
7 (15)
8 (7)
9 (9)
10(12)
11 (4) L
12 (2)
13 (5)
14(13)
15 (8)
16(10)
BEST COMPANY D Ivory 9 2.......................... J Duern(3)
BRAEMAR Sir M Stoute 9 2..............................D Muscutt
COMPLIANCE J Tate 9 2............................Martin Harley
CRACKER FACTORY W Haggas 9 2.............P Cosgrave
DRILL (34) L Cumani 9 2.............................. J P Spencer
GEMBARI I Furtado 9 2..........................M Fernandes(7)
IL PRIMO SOLE J Gosden 9 2..................................R Tart
JURZ R Varian 9 2............................................... J Mitchell
MAVERICK OFFICER D M Simcock 9 2..... Martin Lane
l TANSEEQ W Haggas 9 2................................. D O?Neill
THUNDER NORTH (55) D Lanigan 9 2........ S Donohoe
TO ARMS J Gosden 9 2.......................................S Drowne
TURQUOISE BAY C Dwyer 9 2...................... S De Sousa
WHITEHALL Sir M Stoute 9 2.............................T Durcan
GOING NATIVE Ed Walker 8 11............ Jenny Powell(5)
SA?ADA G Peckham 8 11................................ A Beschizza
W-Factor: Tanseeq (99); Il Primo Sole (98);
Cracker Factory (97).
SP FORECAST: 5 Tanseeq, 11-2 Whitehall, 6 Cracker Factory, 7 Jurz,
8 Il Primo Sole, 10 To Arms, Braemar, 12 Others.
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KINGLAMI (12) (C&D) J G O?Shea 8 9 10................... L Morris
l MAJOR VALENTINE (4) (D) J G O?Shea 5 9 7.Ben Robinson(5)
GLACIER POINT (23) (C&D) C Cox 3 9 5............... D Probert
THINK FASHION (21) (F) B Meehan 3 9 5............ Fran Berry
BELLEVARDE (13) R J Price 3 8 8...........Josephine Gordon
BLINKERS: No. 3 CHEEK PIECES: No. 1.
W-Factor: Major Valentine (99); Glacier Point (98); Kinglami (97).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Bellevarde, 3 Glacier Point, 7-2 Major Valentine, 4
Kinglami, 7 Think Fashion.
1 (8) 043 BEST EXAMPLE (16) Miss J Feilden 5 9 7
A Beschizza
2 (2) 64L ATTAIN (13) (F) Archie Watson 8 9 6
Jenny Powell(5)
3 (1) 292 TYRSAL (8) (C) C Lines 6 9 6........................ C Noble(7)
4 (9) L37 ALBERT BOY (10) S Dixon 4 9 3............... G Buckell(5)
5 (6) L52 TUOLUMNE MEADOWS (47)(T) A Newcombe 4 9 2
Martin Lane
6 (3) 434 ANGELICAL (22)(T) D Loughnane 4 9 1
Martin Harley
7 (10) 232 l HOPE IS HIGH (16) (C&D,S) J Berry 4 9 1
S De Sousa
8 (5) 44L ART SCHOLAR (8) (C) M Appleby 10 9 1.J P Spencer
9 (7) 580 ASTROSECRET (J13) M Tompkins 4 8 6.......J Haynes
10 (4) 9L3 GALUPPI (19) J R Jenkins 6 8 3...............Danny Brock
VISOR: No. 10 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 3, 9.
W-Factor: Hope Is High (99); Albert Boy (91); Tyrsal (90).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Hope Is High, 4 Tyrsal, 6 Best Example, 7 Art
Scholar, 8 Attain, 10 Angelical, 12 Albert Boy, 14 Others.
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(4) 114
(1) 132
(3) 212
(2) 31L
(5) 622
1 (8) 623 GOLD HUNTER (7) (C&D) S Flook 7 9 12..Joshua Bryan(5)
2 (7) 342 DEL PARCO (23) C Cox 3 9 7................................... Fran Berry
3 (11) L63 PICKET LINE (22) (D) G Deacon 5 9 6...Josephine Gordon
4 (5) 413 OEIL DE TIGRE (27) (C&D) A Carroll 6 9 3..........G Downing
5 (2) 143 SECRET POTION (8) (D) R Harris 3 9 2..................... L Morris
6 (1) 411 l PASTFACT (50) (D) M Saunders 3 8 13............... L Keniry
7 (6) 608 AIR OF YORK (13) (D) J Flint 5 8 12...............Jordan Uys(7)
8 (4) 543 BONJOUR STEVE (14) (C&D) R J Price 6 8 11....... D Probert
9 (3) 532 JACKSONFIRE (15) (F) M Mullineaux 5 8 5.Phil Dennis(3)
10 (9) 855 TALLY?S SONG (8) Grace Harris 4 8 5.................... F Norton
11 (10) 76-9 POLKADOT PRINCESS (36) Mrs N Evans 3 8 2.David Egan(5)
BLINKERS: No. 2 TONGUE STRAP: No. 2 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10.
W-Factor: Pastfact (99); Gold Hunter (96); Secret Potion (94).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Pastfact, 9-2 Del Parco, 5 Oeil De Tigre, 6 Secret Potion,
7 Gold Hunter, 8 Bonjour Steve, Picket Line, 20 Jacksonfire, 25 Others.
DRAW: High numbers have a slight advantage in races up to a mile. LONGEST
TRAVELLER: Project Bluebook (6.45) 225 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 5.45
Poet?s Charm from S Crisford. 6.45 Sleep Easy from H Morrison. 7.15
Rockalater from S Kirk.
afternoon RESULTS
Placepot: �.30
Quadpot: �60
NEWTON ABBOT: Good-good to firm
in places
2.00?THE RAVEN MASTER (H Skelton, 2?1 2nd
fav) 1; Charlie Rascal (11?8 fav) 2; Kenyan (25?1) 3. 8
ran. 33/4l, 10l. (D Skelton). Tote: �50; pl �10, �10,
�80. exacta: �00. trifecta: �.30. CSF: �17.
Non-runner: Marettimo.
2.30?GETTYSBURG ADDRESS (S TwistonDavies, evens fav) 1; Watcombe Heights (17?2) 2; Patsy
Oriel (33?1) 3. 7 ran. 9l, 51l. (Dr R Newland). Tote: �80;
pl �10, �10. exacta: �.30. trifecta: �.40. CSF:
�41.
3.00?COEUR TANTRE (A Coleman, 10?11 fav) 1;
Curious Carlos (9?2 2nd fav) 2; Nabhan (12?1) 3. H?cap
7 ran. 3l, 31/4l. (A Honeyball). Tote: �70; pl �20,
�40. exacta: �50. trifecta: �.50. CSF: �50.
3.30?ALCALA (S Twiston-Davies, 1?25 fav) 1;
Quick N? Easy (12?1 2nd fav) 2; 2 ran. 40l. (P Nicholls).
Tote: �10; Non-runner: Knight Of Noir.
4.00?TAMARILLO GROVE (James Best, 17?2) 1;
Kublai (9?2 jt fav) 2; Bulletproof (9?2 jt fav) 3. H?cap 13
ran. nk, 4l. (Mrs S Leech). Tote: �.60; pl �30, �90,
�90. exacta: �.50. tricast: �8.30. trifecta:
�6.20. CSF: �.58. Non-runner: Serveontime.
4.30?THE GEEGEEZ GEEGEE (R Johnson, 6?5
fav) 1; Bogoss Du Perret (9?2) 2; Star Trouper (10?1) 3.
H?cap 7 ran. 10l, 4l. (Olly Murphy). Tote: �90; pl �20,
�90. exacta: �80. trifecta: �.60. CSF: �28.
5.00?ROSIE LEA (R Johnson, 4?1) 1; Lady Vesta
(3?1 2nd fav) 2; Aero Majestic (5?1) 3. 8 ran. 3/4l, 41/2l. (W
Kittow; 9-4 fav Vintage Paradise). Tote: �00; pl
�20, �50, �70. exacta: �.90. trifecta: �.40.
CSF: �.53.
Placepot: �40
Quadpot: �70
well this year but we?re
certainly moving in the
right direction.?
Meanwhile, Luke Gale
is already dreaming of
Grand Final glory as
Castleford look to wrap
up the League Leaders?
Shield in tonight?s derby
at home to Wakefield.
The Tigers have never
finished top in their
91-year history but will
achieve that feat if they
avoid defeat.
England scrum-half
Gale said: ?We have got
the chance to make
history. It would be nice
to get it in our hands at
our home ground.
?We have worked hard
but there?s a long way
to go. League leaders is
one thing but we want
to go all the way.?
SALISBURY: Gd to frm-good in plcs
1.50?EXCEEDINGLY DIVA (K Shoemark, 4?1 2nd
fav) 1; Kick On Kick On (7?1) 2; Foxtrot Lady (20?1) 3. 10
ran. 1l, 21/4l. (M Tregoning; 4-6 fav Strategist). Tote:
�30; pl �10, �80, �70. exacta: �.60. trifecta:
�6.40. CSF: �.09.
2.20?ROGUE (R L Moore, 5?2 fav) 1; Ragstone Road
(15?2) 2; The Great Dandini (16?1) 3. 9 ran. 1/2l, hd. (R Hannon).
Tote: �50; pl �30, �00, �30. exacta: �.70. trifecta:
�3.20. CSF: �.85. Non-runner: Achianna.
2.50?WASEEM FARIS (P Dobbs, 14?1) 1; Trick of
The Light (11?4 fav) 2; Lydia?s Place (12?1) 3. H?cap 8
ran. hd, 1l. (K C-Brown). Tote: �.60; pl �80, �30,
�30. exacta: �.80. tricast: �8.35. trifecta:
�6.70. CSF: �.94.
3.20?SURREY HOPE (R L Moore, 11?4 2nd fav) 1;
Kryptos (6?1) 2; Rigoletto (5?2 fav) 3. H?cap 7 ran. nk,
3/ l. (J Tuite). Tote: �40; pl �10, �60. exacta:
4
�.90. tricast: �.71. trifecta: �.20. CSF: �.95.
Non-runners: Dragons Voice, Itsakindamagic.
3.50?BILLESDON BESS (Hollie Doyle, 6?1) 1;
High Hopes (6?1) 2; Rosental (8?1) 3. 9 ran. 1l, 1/2l. (R
Hannon; 5-2 fav Playful Sound). Tote: �30; pl �00,
�20, �80. exacta: �.30. trifecta: �8.90. CSF:
�.85. Non-runner: Somethingthrilling.
4.20?VIKING HOARD (J Crowley, 5?1) 1; Know
Your Limit (5?2 fav) 2; Funky Footsteps (4?1 jt 2nd fav)
3. H?cap 8 ran. 3/4l, 3/4l. (H Dunlop). Tote: �20; pl
�00, �40, �80. exacta: �.10. tricast: �.49.
trifecta: �2.30. CSF: �.07. Non-runners:
Canterbury Quad, Haulani, Loving Your Work, Milky
Way, Quothquan.
4.50?BENGAL LANCER (M Fernandes, 5?2 fav) 1;
Fine Example (7?2 2nd fav) 2; Moonshine Dancer (12?1)
3. H?cap 13 ran. 31/2l, 31/2l. (I Williams). Tote: �00; pl
�30, �80, �70. exacta: �.90. tricast: �.76.
trifecta: �.80. CSF: �.66.
Jackpot: Not won, pool of �290.00
carried over.
Placepot: �6.80
Quadpot: �.40
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1 (3) 8-17 LORD REASON (30) (D) J Butler 5 9 12......T Clark(3)
2 (8) 4L5 OASIS SPEAR (12) (D) C Wall 5 9 11............ G Wood(3)
3 (6) 313 WHOSYOURHOUSEMATE (12) E Vaughan 3 9 7
A Beschizza
4 (1) 255 l HAJAJ (33) C Fellowes 3 9 7................... S Donohoe
5 (4) L43 WAR AT SEA (28) D M Simcock 3 9 4...... J P Spencer
6 (7) 150 HEATONGRAD (12) (F) R Fahey 3 8 12
Adam J McNamara(3)
7 (2) 1LL VALLEY OF ROCKS (16)(T) M Johnston 3 8 11..D O?Neill
8 (5) 716 VOI (21) (C&D,F) C Allen 3 8 11..............................R Tart
TONGUE STRAP: No. 8 HOOD: No. 5.
W-Factor: Hajaj (99); War At Sea (98); Oasis Spear (97).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Whosyourhousemate, 4 War At Sea, 9-2 Hajaj,
7 Heatongrad, 8 Oasis Spear, 10 Lord Reason, 12 Others.
B - Beverley
C - Chepstow
S - Salisbury
Y - Yarmouth
A Definite Diamond..S2.50
Admiral Rooke......... B3.10
African Girl.............. Y8.00
Ainne........................S1.50
Air Of York...............C8.15
Albert Boy............... Y5.30
All For The Best.......C6.45
Angelical................. Y5.30
Appenzeller..............C5.15
Arabian Jazz........... B3.10
Archie Stevens........ Y8.00
Armagnac................ B5.10
Art Scholar.............. Y5.30
Arty Campbell..........C6.45
Astrophysics........... B4.10
Astrosecret............. Y5.30
Attain...................... Y5.30
Attention Seaker..... B4.40
Autumn Leaves.........S1.50
Aye Aye Skipper.......S2.50
Babette................... Y7.00
Baby Gal...................S4.50
Ballard Down............S4.20
Ballet Concerto........S4.20
Bamo Mc...................S3.20
Barbary Prince........ B3.40
Barista.....................S2.20
Beatisa.....................S2.20
Becca Campbell........C6.15
Bee Ina Bonnet........ B2.40
Bellevarde................C7.45
Best Company......... Y4.55
Best Example.......... Y5.30
Betsalottie...............S2.20
Big Lachie............... Y7.30
Bigbadboy............... B5.40
Blushing Red............C5.45
Bond Bombshell....... B4.10
Bonjour Steve...........C8.15
Bourne.................... B4.40
Bradfield Magic........S2.50
Braemar.................. Y4.55
Buckland Beau......... Y6.30
Bulas Belle.............. B4.40
Burnt Cream............ Y8.00
Caledonian Gold....... Y7.00
Call Dawn................ B2.40
Call Me Grumpy....... Y6.30
Camino.................... Y8.00
Canford Bay............ B4.10
Carcharias................S2.50
Caribbean Spring..... Y7.00
Carry On Deryck.......S4.20
Cat Ballou................ B2.40
Cat Silver................ Y7.30
Catastrophe............ B5.40
Changing..................C5.15
Chauvelin................ B3.40
Chetan..................... Y7.00
Chica De La Noche....S4.50
Chicago Star.............S4.50
Chickpea...................S1.50
Circuit Judge...........S3.20
Commanche............. Y7.30
Compliance.............. Y4.55
Cool Music............... B3.40
Coronation Cottage..C7.15
Courteous Crown......S1.50
Cracker Factory...... Y4.55
Cray........................ B4.40
Cribbs Causeway......S3.50
Crosse Fire.............. B4.10
Crownthorpe........... B3.10
Cum Spiro Spero...... B2.10
Dandy?s Beano......... B2.40
Debawtry................. B2.40
Del Parco..................C8.15
Dodgy Bob................C7.15
Dot Green................ Y6.30
Dreamofdiscovery... B5.10
Drill......................... Y4.55
Duke?s Girl...............S5.25
Dylan?s Centenary... Y7.00
Eastern Lady............C6.15
Ebitda...................... Y8.00
Ellaal....................... B5.40
Eller Brook.............. B2.10
Elnadim Star............ B2.10
Elysian Fields...........S3.50
Escape The City........S1.50
Everkyllachy.............C7.15
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North Creek
7.00 Tommy?s Secret
7.30 Cat Silver
8.00 Justice Rock
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1 (6) 144 l NORTH CREEK (23) (D) C Wall 4 9 12... G Wood(3)
2 (8) L65 ZAEEM (8) (D) I Furtado 8 9 12..........M Fernandes(7)
3 (10) 5-49 ROUGE NUAGE (23) (C,D) C Allen 7 9 10... Darragh Keenan(7)
4 (1) 232 STOSUR (13) (D) Miss G Kelleway 6 9 9..... C Noble(7)
5 (2) 238 SHYRON (13) (C&D) G Margarson 6 9 9.Jane Elliott(5)
6 (3) 573 BUCKLAND BEAU (16) (D,F) C Fellowes 6 9 8... S Donohoe
7 (5) 124 CALL ME GRUMPY (34) (D) R Varian 3 9 8..S De Sousa
8 (9) L68 DOT GREEN (30) M Tompkins 4 9 5...............J Haynes
9 (7) 4-23 MULTICULTURAL (41) J Tate 3 9 4.......Martin Harley
10 (11) 645 POETIC FORCE (34) A Carroll 3 9 3................ D O?Neill
11 (4) 051 FLYING FANTASY (7) (C&D) M Appleby 5 9 2
Danny Brock
BLINKERS: Nos. 4, 9 TONGUE STRAP: No. 10 CHEEK PIECES: No. 11.
W-F: North Creek (99); Call Me Grumpy (97); Zaeem (93).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Call Me Grumpy, 5 Multicultural, 6 North Creek,
7 Buckland Beau, 8 Zaeem, 10 Flying Fantasy, Stosur, 14 Others.
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1. Which Everton player scored the goal that
won England the Under-20 World Cup final?
2. Who knocked Andy Murray out of the
French Open in the semi-finals?
3. Which team beat Ben Ainslie?s Land Rover
BAR team 5-2 in the semi-finals of the
America?s Cup Challenger play-offs?
4. Which team beat Wigan for the first
time in 33 years to move off the bottom
of the Super League?
5. What collective name is given to throwing
and jumping events in athletics?
6. Who was the only
posthumous F1 world
champion, after being
killed in a crash during
practice at the Italian
Grand Prix in 1970?
7. Before Tony Jacklin in
1969, who had been the last RATINGS
0-3 Oh dear
British golfer to win the
4-6 Small beer
Open, 18 years earlier?
7-9 So near
8. Which two Ashleys
10 Sporting seer
missed penalties in
England?s Euro 2012
shoot-out against Italy?
9. How many run outs did South Africa suffer
in their Champions Trophy defeat by India that
saw them exit the competition?
10. Which English rugby team won the
European Cup in 2001 and 2002?
World of sport
exclusivE
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1 (15) 332 WEDGEWOOD ESTATES (36) (C) A Carroll 6 9 7
D O?Neill
2 (5) L33 SAKHEE?S JEM (21) (C) Miss G Kelleway 4 9 7.S De Sousa
3 (12) 1-19 GREAT COLACI (36) (D,T) G Boanas 4 9 7... C Lee(3)
4 (13) 573 CHETAN (8) (C,D) C Wallis 5 9 7.................. G Wood(3)
5 (6) 446 l TOMMY?S SECRET (22) (C&D) J Chapple-Hyam 7 9 5
P Bradley(5)
6 (9) 400 CARIBBEAN SPRING (31) G Margarson 4 9 5
Jane Elliott(5)
7 (4) 84L SWIFTEE (24) I Furtado 4 9 4.................Martin Harley
8 (16) 5-95 ROMAN LEGION (37) D Ivory 3 9 2............. J Duern(3)
9 (2) LL8 BABETTE (82)(T) A Newcombe 3 9 2............S Drowne
10 (3) 5-69 SOLITARY SISTER (41) Richard Spencer 3 9 2... S Donohoe
11 (11) 820 TALLULAH?S QUEST (19) Miss J Feilden 3 9 2.A Beschizza
12 (7) 532 CALEDONIAN GOLD (7) P D?Arcy 4 9 2...... C Noble(7)
13 (8) L5R/ DYLAN?S CENTENARY (630) P McEntee 6 9 2......Danny Brock
14(14) 640 SLOW TO HAND (13) W Jarvis 3 9 2......... J P Spencer
15 (1) 927 NELLIE?S DANCER (9) S Dixon 3 9 2....... G Buckell(5)
16 (10) 489 LITTLE INDIAN (37) (C&D) J R Jenkins 7 9 1... A Rawlinson
BLINKERS: Nos. 7, 10, 12, 14 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 4, 10
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 5, 15.
W-Factor: Tommy?s Secret (99); Wedgewood Estates (98);
Little Indian (96).
SP FORECAST: 9-2 Sakhee?s Jem, 5 Wedgewood Estates, 7 Chetan,
8 Great Colaci, 10 Solitary Sister, Tommy?s Secret, 12 Others.
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1 (7) 562 MUSICAL COMEDY (17) (D) Mike Murphy 6 9 9.. A Fresu
2 (9) 187 PICTURE DEALER (17) (C&D) Mrs L Pearce 8 9 8
S Pearce(3)
3 (8) 125 MULZIM (20) E Dunlop 3 9 7............................. D O?Neill
4 (2) 1L5 IN THE SPOTLIGHT (4) (C&D) H Spiller 3 9 7.. T Durcan
5 (1) LL4 BIG LACHIE (22) (D,T) D Loughnane 3 9 7.Martin Lane
6 (10) 7L9 PLUCKY DIP (13) (D) J Ryan 6 9 6........... J Osborn(7)
7 (6) L71 l CAT SILVER (38) (D) C Wallis 4 9 5...... G Wood(3)
8 (3) 4L3 MIRACLE GARDEN (17) (D) I Williams 5 8 11..S Donohoe
9 (5) 0-LL FEVER FEW (29) (D) C Wall 8 8 9............. A Beschizza
10 (4) 455 COMMANCHE (16) (D) C Dwyer 8 8 7........ S De Sousa
BLINKERS: No. 10 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 4, 6, 7, 8.
W-F: Cat Silver (99); Commanche (98); In The Spotlight (96).
SP FORECAST: 4 Cat Silver, 9-2 Musical Comedy, 5 Mulzim, 6
Miracle Garden, 8 Commanche, In The Spotlight, 10 Others.
1 (10) 578 ONLY TEN PER CENT (114) (D) J R Jenkins 9 9 7
A Rawlinson
2 (1) 546 SHELNEVERWALKALONE (14) I Furtado 3 9 7
Martin Harley
3 (5) 70L FRANGARRY (26) (D) A Bailey 5 9 7
Katherine Glenister(7)
4 (4) 240 ARCHIE STEVENS (44) (D,T) Clare Ellam 7 9 6....J Fahy
5 (12) 0-56 THE NIGHT BEFORE (12) R Cowell 3 9 6.J P Spencer
6 (13) L30 HOT STUFF (28) (D) A Carroll 4 9 5.M Fernandes(7)
7 (11) 471 EBITDA (10) (D) S Dixon 3 9 5(6ex)................T Durcan
8 (6) 132 l JUSTICE ROCK (37) (C) P McEntee 4 9 2.S De Sousa
9 (3) 127 CAMINO (6) (D,F) Andi Brown 4 8 13....... Martin Lane
10(16) 843 AFRICAN GIRL (29) Mrs L Pearce 3 8 12.S Pearce(3)
11 (2) 8LL VERDI (7) J Ryan 3 8 12................................ J Osborn(7)
12 (9) 0L-9 BURNT CREAM (190) (C&D) M Bosley 10 8 12
S Donohoe
13(15) 493 LIZZY?S DREAM (13) (D) Rebecca Bastiman 9 8 12
A Beschizza
14 (8) 870 MEN UNITED (15) (D) S Bowring 4 8 12.....R Ffrench
15(14) 7LL WILLOW SPRING (42) (C&D) D P Quinn 5 8 12
T Clark(3)
16 (7) 475 PERCY TOPLIS (21) Mrs C Dunnett 3 8 10.G Wood(3)
BLINKERS: Nos. 11, 16 VISOR: No. 1 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 8,
12 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 5, 6 HOOD: No. 12.
W-Factor: Justice Rock (99); Ebitda (97); Camino (96).
SP FORECAST: 5 Justice Rock, 11-2 African Girl, 13-2 Ebitda, 7
Camino, 8 Shelneverwalkalone, 10 The Night Before, 12 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good to Firm. Left Handed. TOP TRACK
JOCKEY (2012-17): S De Sousa 23% Strike rate. TOP TRACK
TRAINER (2012-17): W Haggas 30% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 5.30
Astrosecret (cheek pieces), 6.30 Multicultural (blinkers), 7.00 Slow To
Hand (blinkers), 7.30 In The Spotlight (cheek pieces), 8.00 The Night
Before (cheek pieces). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 5.30 Hope Is High(hcp).
6.30 Buckland Beau(hcp), Call Me Grumpy(hcp), Multicultural. 7.00
Caledonian Gold(hcp). 7.30 Mulzim(hcp). DRAW: High numbers best
on the straight course, especially in large fields. LONGEST
TRAVELLER: Tuolumne Meadows (5.30) & Babette (7.00) 321 miles.
STABLE SWITCH: 5.30 Tuolumne Meadows from P Cole. 7.00
Dylan?s Centenary from D M Simcock. 7.30 Cat Silver from R
Charlton.
FLAT INDEX
Fair Selene...............S2.50
Fever Few................ Y7.30
Firmament................S4.20
First Bombardment. B4.10
Fledermaus............. B5.40
Fleeting Glimpse......S4.50
Flying Fantasy......... Y6.30
Flying Sakhee...........S4.50
Fools And Kings........C5.45
Four Wishes............. B5.10
Frangarry................ Y8.00
Fujin........................ B4.10
Galuppi.................... Y5.30
Gembari................... Y4.55
Glacier Point............C7.45
Go Amber Go............S4.50
Go Now Go Now....... B3.10
Going Native............ Y4.55
Golconda Prince...... B5.10
Gold Hunter..............C8.15
Gold Stone.............. B2.40
Golden Image...........S1.50
Graceful Act............ B5.40
Grand Myla...............S4.50
Great Colaci............ Y7.00
Great Vizier..............C5.15
Hajaj........................ Y6.00
Hathal......................S4.20
Heatongrad............. Y6.00
Here In The Dark..... B3.10
Hope Is High............ Y5.30
Hot Stuff................. Y8.00
I?m Super Too.......... B5.40
Il Primo Sole............ Y4.55
In The Spotlight....... Y7.30
Ingleby Spring......... B5.40
Island Cloud..............S4.50
Isomer......................S4.20
Ivors Involvement... B5.40
Jack Of Diamonds.....S2.20
Jackontherocks....... B3.10
Jacksonfire..............C8.15
Jelly Monger............S3.50
Jive Talking..............S3.50
Jurz......................... Y4.55
Justice Rock........... Y8.00
Kaisan......................C6.15
Kassandra................S2.20
Key Bid.....................S5.25
Killay........................S3.20
Kinglami...................C7.45
Knightsbridge Liam. B3.40
La Belle Mayson...... B2.40
Lady Maldiva............S1.50
Langlauf...................S3.50
Lean On Pete........... B3.40
Little Indian............ Y7.00
Lizzy?s Dream.......... Y8.00
Lord Reason............ Y6.00
Lucy The Painter......S3.50
Lyrica?s Lion.............S2.50
Machiavelian Storm..S2.50
Maghfoor................. B4.40
Majboor....................S3.20
Major Valentine........C7.45
Masarzain.................S2.50
Masquerade Bling.....S2.20
Master The World.....S4.20
Maverick Officer...... Y4.55
Mcdelta....................S2.20
Me Before You......... B2.10
Medburn Cutler........C6.45
Men United.............. Y8.00
Miracle Garden........ Y7.30
Mirror Magic.............S1.50
Miss Geronimo..........S4.50
Miss Osier................S2.50
Miss Wolverine........ B2.10
Mont Royal.............. B5.10
Moonlight Blue........ B5.10
Moonstone Rock.......S2.50
Mount Cheiron......... B5.40
Mr Carbonator......... B3.10
Mr Frankie................C6.15
Multicultural........... Y6.30
Mulzim..................... Y7.30
Musical Comedy....... Y7.30
Mutineer...................S2.20
My Rock....................C5.15
Native Prospect.......C5.45
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ANSWERS: 1 Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
2 Stan Wawrinka. 3 Emirates Team New Zealand.
4 Leigh Centurions. 5 Field events.
6 Jochen Rindt. 7 Max Faulkner. 8 Young and Cole.
9 Three. 10 Leicester Tigers.
GOLF
DAME Laura Davies
will make history as
the first woman to
compete in a European
Senior Tour event in
next year?s Shipco
Masters in Denmark.
Davies, who will play
from the same tees as
her male rivals, said:
?My career has been
played in parallel with
players on the Senior
Tour, so I?m looking
forward to testing my
wits against them.?
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Nellie?s Dancer........ Y7.00
Nepeta.................... B5.10
Neverbeen To Paris..C5.15
Noah Amor.............. B4.10
Norab.......................C6.45
North Creek............ Y6.30
Northern Law.......... B3.10
Notice......................S3.50
Oasis Spear............. Y6.00
Oeil De Tigre............C8.15
Olympic Duel............S2.20
Only Ten Per Cent... Y8.00
Optimickstickhill..... B2.10
Orsino......................S5.25
Our Little Pony........ B2.10
Pacharana................S3.50
Padrinho...................S5.25
Pantera Negra......... B5.10
Passing Star.............S2.50
Pastfact...................C8.15
Pearl Noir................ B4.10
Percy Toplis............ Y8.00
Percy Verence......... B3.40
Phoenix Dawn...........S5.25
Pick A Little.............S2.20
Picket Line...............C8.15
Picture Dealer......... Y7.30
Plucky Dip............... Y7.30
Poet?s Charm...........C5.45
Poet?s Dawn............ B3.10
Poetic Force............ Y6.30
Polkadot Princess....C8.15
Pondering.................C5.45
Portledge................ B5.10
Posh Bounty.............S4.50
Poucor......................C5.15
Pow Wow..................S5.25
Princess Roania........C6.15
Project Bluebook......C6.45
Psychotic.................S3.20
Python..................... B3.40
Raawy.......................S3.20
Rahmah....................C6.15
Rebel State............. B5.40
Red Dragon...............S2.50
Reinbeau Prince...... B3.10
Relight My Fire........ B5.40
Rema Al Kuwait....... B2.10
Roaring Rory........... B4.10
Rockalater................C7.15
Rocket Ronnie..........S2.20
Rolling Dice..............S2.20
Roman Legion.......... Y7.00
Rouge Nuage........... Y6.30
Royal Flag............... B4.40
Royal Wave...............S1.50
Rupert Boy.............. B5.40
Rupert?s Lass...........S1.50
Sa?ada..................... Y4.55
Sabellum................. B2.40
Sable Island..............S5.25
Sakhalin Star........... B3.40
Sakhee?s Jem.......... Y7.00
Saved By The Bell.... B4.40
Scruffy Mcguffy....... B3.40
Secret Potion...........C8.15
Seebring.................. B5.10
Sevilla..................... B3.40
Shelneverwalkalone.Y8.00
Shepherd Market......C5.15
Shyron..................... Y6.30
Siena Flyer.............. B2.40
Sir Pass I Am............C6.45
Sky Marshal..............S3.20
Sleep Easy................C6.45
Slow To Hand........... Y7.00
Solitary Sister......... Y7.00
Sooqaan.................. B5.40
South Sea Belle........S4.50
Spare Parts..............S2.20
Spin Point.................C6.15
Spinnaka...................S3.20
Spiritual Star...........S2.20
Stanlow................... B5.40
Stosur..................... Y6.30
Stringybark Creek....C7.15
Subhaan...................S3.20
Suit Of Lights...........S3.20
Suitsus.....................S2.50
Sweet Pursuit...........S4.50
Swendab...................C7.15
Swiftee.................... Y7.00
Tabarrak...................S4.20
Tallulah?s Quest...... Y7.00
Tally?s Song..............C8.15
Tanseeq................... Y4.55
Taper Tantrum........ B4.40
Taws.........................C6.45
Tesko Fella.............. B5.10
The Detainee............C6.15
The Night Before..... Y8.00
Think Fashion...........C7.45
Thunder North......... Y4.55
Tin Pan Alley........... B3.40
Tinsill...................... B4.10
Titchy Digits.............S1.50
To Arms................... Y4.55
Tobouggaloo.............C6.15
Tommy?s Secret...... Y7.00
Treacherous.............S3.20
Tuolumne Meadows. Y5.30
Turquoise Bay......... Y4.55
Twenty Times...........C5.45
Tyrsal...................... Y5.30
Valley of Rocks........ Y6.00
Veiled Secret............S5.25
Ventura Crest......... B3.10
Vercingetorix.......... B4.40
Verdi....................... Y8.00
Viceroy Mac............ B3.10
Viktoriya Taraban.....S1.50
Vixen........................S4.50
Voi........................... Y6.00
Wahaab.....................C7.15
Waqt.........................S3.20
War At Sea.............. Y6.00
Wedgewood Estates.Y7.00
What A Scorcher......C6.15
Whigwham............... B4.10
Whitecrest...............S4.50
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Willow Spring........... Y8.00
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You?re Cool............. B4.10
Zaeem..................... Y6.30
Zavikon....................C7.15
Zephyros................. B5.40
Zip Along................. B2.10
Zone In.................... B5.10
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FIRST INVESTEC TEST
HOLDER: Targeting junior players
Underdogs
can savage
top order
By Chris Stocks
WEST INDIES captain Jason
Holder believes his team can
shrug off their underdog status
and cause a huge shock in this
three-match series by preying on
England?s batting weaknesses.
Holder, 25, knows the size of
the task facing his men, starting
at Edgbaston today. But he is
confident his bowlers, led by the
fiery Kemar Roach, can expose
England?s fragile top order.
Only Alastair Cook, skipper
Joe Root and Ben Stokes are
established members of the
home side?s top six, with
debutant opener Mark
Stoneman, No3 Tom Westley and
Dawid Malan, at No5, all yet to
prove themselves.
Holder said: ?We?re obviously
huge underdogs but we can look
at a number of areas to target.
?It?s about making it as
uncomfortable as possible for
their senior players and putting
some pressure on the junior guys
who are coming in to make their
mark.?
West Indies have lost five
successive Test series since the
last time they faced England, at
home in 2015. However, they
drew that series 1-1 by winning
the final Test in Barbados, a
result that triggered the sacking
of England coach Peter Moores.
?We can take a lot of
confidence from that win,? said
Holder. ?It?s always a good series
between West Indies and
England. We expect a good
contest. The English come pretty
hard, and we expect to go back
at them just as hard.?
BAYLISS CAN USE WINDIES SERIES T0
England aim to
for the Ashes in
THE build-up to this first
Test against West Indies has
been dominated by the
colour of the ball and change
in timings. For England, the
real issue is ensuring they
are battle-ready for this
winter?s Ashes.
By Chris Stocks
Trevor Bayliss has opted against
recalling Chris Woakes, despite his
recovery from a side strain, or using
uncapped leg-spinner Mason Crane.
He will hope to check off at least
three things by the time his squad
board their flight to Perth in late
October.
Firstly, debutant opener Mark
Stoneman, the only change from
the team that won the final two
Tests against South Africa after
coming in for Keaton Jennings, will
hope to deliver the consistent
runs that have eluded
his 11 predecessors
as Alastair Cook?s
partner at the top
of the order since
Edgbaston?s 50th Test will be the
first in the day-night format in this
country. That will present captain
Joe Root and his players with unique
challenges in Birmingham against
an unfamiliar pink ball in equally
unfamiliar evening conditions.
Given West Indies have already
played a day-night Test, against
Pakistan in Dubai last October, and
prepared for this series with a
recent pink-ball tour match against
Derbyshire, they could be said to
hold an advantage.
However, even if those factors
prove a leveller, coming off the back
of their 3-1 series win against South
Africa, England will still expect to
win this Test and the series
comfortably.
With matches
LINE-UPS
at Headingley LIKELY
and Lord?s to England: Cook, Stoneman,
come, anything Westley, Root (capt), Malan,
other than a 3-0 Stokes, Bairstow (wkt), Moeen,
whitewash
for
Roland-Jones, Broad,
Root?s men will
be seen as a Anderson
West Indies: Brathwaite,
failure.
,
While
the Powell, K Hope, S Hope, Chase
momentum
in Blackwood, Dowrich (wkt),
h,
terms of results Holder (capt), Roach, Josep
will be crucial for Gabriel
England heading Umpires: S Ravi (India),
into this winter?s
Erasmus (SA)
Ashes,
the M
ire: C Gaffaney (NZ)
manner of the TV ump
Boon (Aus)
performances will Match referee: D
also
be
key. Start: 2pm
England
coach TV: Sky Sports Cricket
the retirement of Andrew Strauss
in 2012.
At 30, Stoneman is England?s
oldest Test debutant this century. It
is to be hoped his experience, and
his fine form this summer in
averaging close to 60 for Surrey, will
stand him in good stead to succeed
at the highest level.
England and Stoneman will only
learn so much against a West Indies
team that have lost their previous
five series. However, big runs will
at least give the former Durham
batsman confidence heading into
the biggest tour of them all.
The same applies to Tom Westley
and Dawid Malan, both two Tests
into their England careers and
players who have yet to establish
themselves at three and five in the
AUDITION TIME: Alastair Cook in the nets with Mark Stoneman
order. Root is at least confident that
Stoneman, who has scored more
than 1,000 first-class runs for Surrey
this summer, will be a success.
?The guys who have had that
opportunity haven?t quite managed
to nail a spot down but this is a
great chance for Mark to do that,?
he said. ?He has settled well. It?s a
huge opportunity for him to show
everyone how good a player he is.?
West Indies, who have not won a
Test in England since 2000, should
at least give Stoneman, Westley and
Malan a decent chance of getting
the runs they will need to retain
their places.
Root knows England are expected
to win this series easily. However, he
is not about to take Jason Holder?s
team lightly.
?We?re very confident but we
don?t expect anything,? he said.
?You can go in as favourites or
massive underdogs but at the end
of the day it?s all about how you
approach each session.?
England lost their last Test
against the West Indies in Barbados
two years ago, a result that led to
the sacking of Peter Moores as coach
after a bitter series was drawn 1-1.
That tour started with ECB
chairman Colin Graves describing
West Indies as ?mediocre? and
had significant needle between
the sides, illustrated by Marlon
Samuels?
infamous
salute
to
Ben Stokes after the England
all-rounder?s dismissal in the
second Test at Grenada.
?You always learn from tough
experiences and that was one,?
Root said. ?Credit has to go to
West Indies on that occasion.
?They out-played us in Barbados.
That?s a clear indication of what
they?re capable of. We have to make
sure that at no time we lower our
standards or intensity.?
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SOLVE THREE PROBLEMS BEFORE PLANE LEAVES FOR AUSTRALIA
set off
the pink
Main picture: GARETH COPLEY
WHOLE NEW
BALL GAME
How many day-night Tests have
there been?
This will be the fifth but the first in the
UK. The first took place between
Australia and New Zealand in Adelaide
two years ago and was such a success
the Aussies hosted two last winter,
against South Africa in Adelaide and
Pakistan in Brisbane. The only day-night
Test to have been staged outside
Australia was between Pakistan and
West Indies in Dubai last October.
What is behind the idea?
To attract a new audience to Test
cricket in the hope it can help revive
the oldest format of the game across
the world. In England, selling out Tests
is not a major problem but elsewhere ?
even in Australia for non-Ashes matches
? many grounds remain pitifully empty.
The after-work crowd is the target.
Whether it is needed here is doubtful
but with the first Ashes day-night Test
coming up in December, this is crucial
preparation for Joe Root?s men.
What are the timings?
Root?s
testing
night
FROM BACK PAGE
Root. ?It is important we
recognise those
challenges on the field as
well as those around the
cricket. We need to deal
with them very well.
?We?re all adults and
everyone has their own
way of preparing for
games and this will be no
different.
?It will obviously be
slightly different in terms
of when you go to sleep
but we have to make sure
we get ourselves
prepared and turn up
ready to be at our best.?
England will be
under pressure to adapt
quickly given this is their
only day-night Test
before the first pink-ball
Ashes clash at Adelaide
in December.
There have been
concerns about how the
pink ball might behave.
It can offer exaggerated
movement while new,
only to get softer when it
gets older.
?This game is
important,? said Root.
?But every Test match
we play is important and
no one is treating this
any differently. No one is
looking at it as an
experimental thing.
?It is important that
we get off to a strong
start ? and we will do
everything on and off the
field to make sure of
that.?
HIGH HOPES...AND
LOW POINTS:
Ben Stokes
trains under the
Edgbaston lights
and will hope to
erase memories
of his infamous
send-off from
Marlon Samuels
in 2015, above
Everything is just three hours later than
usual, with the start at 2pm, ?lunch? at
4pm and 20 minutes for ?tea? at
6.40pm. The scheduled close will be
9pm, with play being allowed to go on
until 9.30pm if 90 overs have not been
bowled. Unlike normal day Tests in this
country, time lost to bad weather can
be made up at both the start and end
of the day, with 1.30pm the earliest
start permitted.
The sessions here are different to
day-night Tests in Australia, where ?tea?
takes place at the end of the first
session and the longer interval ? known
as ?dinner? ? after the second. This will
be the format for the Ashes Test.
Why are they using a pink ball
and how is it different from the
usual red one?
Pink was decided upon because red is
too difficult to see under floodlights
and the white ball used in limited-overs
cricket is not durable enough to last
for 80 overs in a Test match. The make
of ball ? Dukes ? will be the same as
for any Test in the UK.
However, the pink ball behaves
differently. When it was trialled in the
County Championship in June, there
were complaints it went soft much
quicker than the red ball and ?died?,
making it easier to register big scores.
Fielders also had problems picking it
up during twilight hours.
This will be the first Test using a
pink Dukes, the other four day-night
matches having used a Kookaburra ?
which moved around more than the red
version, particularly under floodlights.
The pink Dukes does not appear to
do as much.
When will the lights come on?
They will be switched on at the start of
the tea break at 6.40pm.
Will there be another one next
summer?
Next year?s schedule has not been
released but as well as the Test in
Adelaide in December, England will play
a pink-ball Test against New Zealand in
Auckland in March next year.
CHRIS STOCKS
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SPORT IN BRIEF
UEFA Champions
League Play-off First Leg
CELTIC (2) ............ 5 ASTANA (0).........0
Postnikov 32 (og)
Sinclair 42, 60
Forrest 79
Shitov 88 (og)
HAPOEL B S (2) .... 2
ISTANBUL B (0) .... 1
NAPOLI (1)............ 2
OLYMPIACOS (0)... 2
MARIBOR (1) ......1
SEVILLA (1) ........2
NICE (0) .............0
RIJEKA (1) ..........1
UEFA Europa League
Play-Off Round First Leg
FC UTRECHT (0).... 1 ZENIT (0)............0
Labyad 77
Sky Bet Championship
NORWICH (0) ........ 2 QPR (0) ..............0
Oliveira 48
Reed 82
Att: 26,082
Jones 70
Honeyman 4
Att: 27,631
W D L F
3 0 0 6
3 0 0 6
3 0 0 7
2 0 1 3
2 0 1 6
1 2 0 5
1 2 0 3
1 1 1 7
1 1 1 6
1 1 1 4
1 1 1 3
1 1 1 2
1 1 1 1
1 1 1 3
1 1 1 2
0 3 0 2
1 0 2 4
1 0 2 1
0 2 1 3
0 2 1 2
0 1 2 5
0 1 2 4
0 1 2 2
0 0 3 1
SHEFF WED (0) ..... 1 SUNDERLND (1)..1
P
Cardiff........................3
Wolves .......................3
Ipswich .......................3
Middlesbrough ............3
Nottm Forest ..............3
Sunderland .................3
Leeds .........................3
Hull ............................3
Bristol City .................3
Norwich ......................3
QPR ...........................3
Birmingham ................3
Preston North End.......3
Reading ......................3
Derby .........................3
Fulham .......................3
Barnsley .....................3
Sheff Utd ....................3
Bolton ........................3
Sheff Wed...................3
Brentford ...................3
Millwall.......................3
Aston Villa ..................3
Burton Albion ..............3
A Pts
0 9
2 9
4 9
1 6
5 6
3 5
2 5
5 4
5 4
4 4
3 4
2 4
1 4
4 4
3 4
2 3
6 3
3 3
4 2
3 2
7 1
6 1
6 1
7 0
CHECKATRADE TROPHY
SOUTHERN?Group A: Portsmouth 3
Fulham U21 3 (Fulham U21 won 4-2
on pens).
IRN-BRU CHALLENGE CUP?1st rd,
North: Dundee U20 2 Alloa 4. 1st rd,
South: Dumbarton 2 Rangers U20 1,
East Stirling 1 Ayr 5, Motherwell U20
2 Queen?s Park 1.
CRICKET
T20 BLAST - NORTH GROUP?
(Emirates Old Trafford): Worcestershire 127-8 (20.0 overs).
Lancashire 128-3 (17.3 overs; J C
Buttler 52no). Lancashire (2pts)
won by by 7 wickets.
5TH U19 ODI?(Taunton): England
222-9 (50 overs); India 226-9 (49.2
overs). India won by 1 wicket.
WOMEN?S SUPER LEAGUE?
(Emirates Old Trafford): Surrey Stars
133-6 (20 overs); Lancashire
Thunder 100 (18 overs). Surrey Stars
won by 33 runs.
TENNIS
ATP & WTA WESTERN & SOUTHERN
OPEN (Cincinnati, Ohio)?Men?s rnd
2: Selected - N Kyrgios (Aus) bt A
Dolgopolov (Ukr) 6-3 7-6 (8-6), D
Ferrer (Spa) bt J Tipsarevic (Ser) 6-4
6-7 (5-7) 6-1,(7) G Dimitrov (Bul) bt F
Lopez (Spa) 7-6 (7-5) 6-4. Women?s
1st rd: J Konta (Gbr) bt K Bertens
(Ned) 6-3 6-3 2nd rd: A Barty (Aus)
bt (9) V Williams (USA) 6-3 2-6 6-2,
(6) C Wozniacki (Den) bt E Vesnina
(Rus) 6-2 6-4.
GREYHOUNDS
ROMFORD: 6.36 Bubbly Flight 11-2
(3-5 �.85). 6.55 Mountain Wish 6-4f
(5-6 �39). 7.12 Jazz Miguel 3-1 (5-3
�.01). 7.29 Borwick Dopey 5-1 (3-1
�.10). 7.46 Itsur Girl 9-4f (6-2
�.40). 8.03 Settle Now Petal 3-1f
(6-5 �.93). 8.21 Ardrahan Rock 7-4f
(3-2 �.58). 8.37 Linden Cottage
9-4f (6-4 �.80) NR T2. 8.53 Ants
Impact 4-1 (1-3 �.15). 9.09 Droopys
Mim 9-2 (1-5 �.65). 9.26 Any Gargle
5-1 (1-2 �.42). 9.44 Courts Ad Em
7-2cf (3-1 �.09).
TODAY?S DIARY
(7.45pm unless stated)
UEFA Europa League Play-Off
Round First Leg: AC Milan v
Shkendija Tetovo, Ajax v Rosenborg,
Apollon Limassol v Midtjylland (6pm),
BATE Borisov v Oleksandriya (6pm),
Club Bruges v AEK Athens, Dinamo
Zagreb v Skenderbeu (6pm), Domzale
v Marseille, Everton v Hajduk Split
(8.05), FH Hafnarfjordur v Braga
(6.45), Legia Warsaw v Sheriff,
Ludogorets v FK Suduva (7.30),
Maritimo v Dynamo Kiev (8.30), Osijek
v Austria Vienna, PAOK Salonika v
Ostersunds FK (7pm), Panathinaikos v
Athletic Bilbao (7.30), Partizan
Belgrade v Videoton (8pm), Plzen v
AEK Larnaca (7.15), Rheindorf Altach
v Maccabi Tel-Aviv (7.30), Vardar v
Fenerbahce (7pm), Viitorul v Red Bull
Salzburg, Krasnodar v Red Star
Belgrade (6pm).
CRICKET
First Test Match?day 1 of 5:
England v West Indies (Edgbaston,
2pm). t20 Blast - North Group:
Leicestershire v Derbyshire (Grace
Road, 6.30pm). t20 Blast - North
Group: Yorkshire v Northamptonshire
(Headingley Carnegie, 7pm). t20
Blast - South Group: Essex v Kent
(Chelmsford, 7pm). Surrey v
Gloucestershire (The Kia Oval,
6.30pm).
GOLF
USPGA Wyndham Championship
(Greensboro, North Carolina).
Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match
Play (Bad Griesbach, Germany).
Solheim Cup (Des Moines, Iowa).
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FOOTBALL: SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP
Picture: IAN HORROCKS
Nelson fires a broadside
LORDING IT: Nelson Oliveira
NELSON OLIVEIRA rewarded
Norwich boss Daniel Farke for
starting him again with a goal
right out of the top drawer to help
his side to their first league win of
the season.
Farke livened up his side by
making five changes from the
team who lost 3-1 at home to
Sunderland on Sunday.
Benefiting from the reshuffle
was Oliveira, who had made his
feelings known about being left
out on the opening day at Fulham
by scoring an equaliser and
peeling off his shirt to show
his name to the manager.
There was no such repeat
when he put Norwich ahead four
minutes into the second half.
Portugal striker Oliveira found
Mario Vrancic on the edge of the
box, ghosted in behind the QPR
defence to take the return ball
NORWICH
QPR
HONEY SWEET:
George
Honeyman
opens the
scoring for
Sunderland
2
0
By Derek Davis
and stroked it in from 10 yards.
Harrison Reed sealed victory after
unleashing a 25-yarder which beat
Alex Smithies all ends up.
Farke said: ?Oliveira?s was a
world-class goal. It was a really
cool finish. I congratulated him on
his performance.?
QPR boss Ian Holloway said:
?The second goal finished it, top
corner. We looked like a bouncy
castle which had just gone down.?
He had a jokey confrontation
with a fan, revealing: ?I was
talking to Uncle Albert. He was
going on about one of my players
who really was hurt [Pawel
Wszolek]. I said to him ?When I
was in the war...??
Owls lifted
by Jones
piledriver
DAVID JONES finally gave the
Sheffield Wednesday contingent
in a superb 27,631 crowd
something to cheer last night.
It had been a grim night to that point
for an Owls team still suffering from
the hangover of a second straight
disappointment of losing in the
play-offs and hunting a first league win.
Trailing to an early goal from George
Honeyman for Simon Grayson?s
confident Sunerland, it took a slip by
Lamine Kone to offer Wednesday a
route back.
His slack pass presented the ball to
veteran defender Jones after 70 minutes
and he unleashed an unstoppable,
left-foot shot from fully 30 yards to lift
the mounting pressure on manager
Carlos Carvalhal.
Carvalhal said: ?Our first game
against Preston was really bad but,
apart from that, I am absolutely happy
with the way we?ve played this season.
?We were playing one of the favourites.
We scored one goal and created many
chances. We deserved to win.?
The game started in strange fashion,
with a three-minute delay for Owls?
full-back Jack Hunt who was injured in
an accidental clash, and his side showed
a chronic lack of concentration when it
finally restarted.
Aiden McGeady chased James
Vaughan?s pass down the left and,
with keeper Keiren Westwood and his
defence badly out of position, picked
Clock is
ticking
on Bruce
1
1
SHEFFIELD WED
SUNDERLAND
By Ian Whittell
out Honeyman, who steered his shot
skilfully past three opponents on the
goalline.
Wednesday were again without
striker Fernando Forestieri, serving a
club suspension for a training-ground
altercation with Sam Winnall.
And the early goal also added to their
disquiet. Not until the 20th minute,
when Sam Reach?s cross found Winnall,
did they seriously threaten but Jason
Steele saved easily.
Carvalhal
brought
on
former
Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher at
the break and the Owls improved. Then
came Jones and a relieved Wednesday
clutched onto their point.
Grayson said: ?We?ve had a difficult
start to the season and if we had taken
one of the chances in the first half, we
would have won.
?We were comfortable right up until
their goal. I was pleased with our
attitude.?
SHEFF WED (4-4-2): Westwood; Hunt (Palmer 84),
Lees, Pudil, Reach; Wallace, Jones, Abdi (Fletcher 45),
Bannan; Winnall (Rhodes 73), Hooper. Goal: Jones 73.
SUNDERLAND (4-4-2): Steele; Jones, Browning, Kone,
Galloway; Honeyman, Ndong, Cattermole (Gibson 87),
McGeady (Khazri 80); Grabban (Gooch 84), Vaughan.
Goal: Homeyman 4.
Referee: S Martin (Staffordshire).
STEVE BRUCE could be
three games away from
the sack at Aston Villa.
Bruce knows he is
fighting a desperate
battle to hang on to his
job after a terrible start
to the season, with Villa
23rd in the table and
angry fans demanding
answers. The club?s
Chinese owner Dr Tony
Xia is trying to aid Bruce
by bringing in at least one
more new player but it is
the fan reaction that
could decide his fate.
With three matches
before the international
break, Bruce said: ?I?m
the right man to turn it
around but whether or
not I?m given time is not
for me to answer.?
***
FOOTBALL: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE PLAY-OFFS
Picture: ANDREW POWELL
Now Trent dreams of
taking Gerrard road
LIVERPOOL?S
rising
star Trent AlexanderArnold is ticking off his
dreams one by one.
Ten years ago he was an
awestruck eight year old who
would stand outside the club?s
training ground trying to catch
a glimpse of his hero Steven
Gerrard as he dreamed of one
day playing for the Reds
himself.
That was achieved when he
made his debut in the League
Cup win over Tottenham
last season. There were
11 further appearances
in the campaign and
some fine displays.
Now, not only has
the Scouser pulled on
the red shirt, he also
scored on his European
debut with a stunning
free-kick in the 2-1 win over
Germans Hoffenheim in the
first leg of their Champions
League play-off on Tuesday.
?It is indescribable, special
in so many different ways for
me
personally
and
I?ve
definitely ticked the box off,?
said Alexander-Arnold.
?At first I didn?t know it was
going to go in but it was well
placed. I thought it was a good
free-kick and I was happy it
went in. I?ve been practising
By Tony Paskin
free-kicks but I didn?t think the
senior players would let me
take it. In the end they did.?
Coaches
at
Liverpool?s
Kirkby academy have been
excited to see how AlexanderArnold, who grew up around
the corner from their Melwood
training ground, has fared in
the first team.
Gerrard, now charged with
moulding
the
next
Red
generation as Under-18s boss,
cited the young defender in
his autobiography in
2015 as one to watch
and earlier this year
called
him
a
?beauty?.
Gerrard,
left,
continued to rave
about him as a TV
pundit
on
Tuesday.
?It?s always good to get
compliments from your idol
and I?m hoping to live up to his
words,? said Alexander-Arnold,
who one day wants to captain
the Reds. ?It is always good to
have his backing and support.?
Alexander-Arnold
is
the
nephew of Manchester United
club secretary John Alexander
? but was never going to go
down the M62 to play for
Liverpool?s rivals. Not that
they would have let him go ? he
has been highly thought of
since he arrived at the club as a
youngster.
He followed his breakthrough
last season by opting out of an
England Under-19 tournament
because he wanted to impress
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp,
one of his biggest fans, in
pre-season.
That paid off when Nathaniel
Clyne was ruled out of the start
of the season and
AlexanderArnold
was
prepared not
only to fill the
void but offer
ROUTE 66:
AlexanderArnold shone on
his Euro debut
in Hoffenheim
the England defender a serious
challenge for his place on his
return.
Currently a right-back, he
has the versatility to develop
his game and play across the
backline or even in midfield.
?I don?t tend to think about
it,? he said. ?I just go to
Melwood and fight for my
position for the weekend. You
can?t take for granted you are
going to play again.?
Conceding a late goal has left
the tie finely balanced for the
return at Anfield next week
and Alexander-Arnold knows
they will have to be wary of
opponents who play a similar
high-tempo pressing game.
?It is a bit sickening we
conceded so late on but
we can?t let that affect
us as we still have 90
minutes at Anfield
and we go there a
goal up,? he said.
?We can?t take
anything
for
granted
because
they
are
really
good
opposition
and anything can
happen. We have
to go with a game
plan, finish it off
and get into
the
group
stages.?
Foxes put �m tag on Danny
DRINKWATER: �m bid
LEICESTER have warned
admirers
of
Danny
Drinkwater that any bid
of less than � million
will be treated as a joke.
Chelsea lead the hunt
for the midfielder but
are way short in their
valuation of the 27-yearold
Premier
League
winner.
The
Foxes?
megawealthy
Thai
owners
are adamant they will
not be short-changed in
any
move
for
the
England
international.
The Srivaddhanaprabha
family point to the �m
price tag on Swansea?s
Gylfi Sigurdsson as a
barometer of Drinkwater?s
true value.
Both players are the
same age but Drinkwater
has
the
major
role
he played in leading
Leicester to a shock title
win in 2016 on his CV.
Chelsea boss Antonio
Conte is desperate to do
business after selling
Nemanja Matic to title
rivals Manchester United
for �m. The Blues
tested the water with a
�m bid for Drinkwater,
which was treated as too
insulting for words by the
Foxes hierarchy.
They are fed up with
being treated as a selling
club and are prepared to
dig in.
Drinkwater has four
years left to run on his
contract and is not in
a
strong
bargaining
position to force a move.
Leicester have shown
they are no pushovers
with
the
way
they
have
brushed
aside
approaches for fellow
midfielder Riyad Mahrez.
Former PFA Player of
the Year Mahrez, star of
the club?s 2016 title win,
has made it clear he wants
out, but Leicester have
swatted away three bids
from Roma and insist it
will take at least �m to
start talking.
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Pep set to up
bid for Evans
FROM BACK PAGE
departure to Stoke and
is desperate to keep
been told he is surplus
him, but knows a �m
to requirements and is
bid would be difficult
closing in on a move to
to turn down.
Inter Milan.
Evans, 29, does not
Etihad bosses still
fit the profile of the
have reservations
other big-name targets
Guardiola has landed
about Vincent
this summer.
Kompany?s
Guardiola
chances of
has spent
remaining fit
almost �0m
all season and
on players such
Guardiola, who
as Benjamin
wants the
Mendy, Kyle
option of
Walker and
playing three
Bernardo Silva
at the back,
as he looks to
has identified
win the
Evans as one
potential
EVANS:Targeted Premier
League and he
answer.
The Baggies rejected
is also confident of
two bids from Leicester
landing Alexis Sanchez
for Evans this summer
from Arsenal for �m.
before rebuffing City?s
It remains to be seen
initial approach.
what City fans make of
West Brom manager
Guardiola?s interest in
Tony Pulis made Evans
Evans considering he
his club captain this
spent almost a decade
season following
across town with their
Darren Fletcher?s
rivals United.
?
TWO GOALS from Scott
Sinclair, right, helped Celtic
cruise through the first leg of their
Champions League qualifying
play-off.
Sinclair?s efforts ? to add to
own-goals from Evgeni Postnikov
and Igor Shitov, plus a James
Forrest strike ? gave Brendan
Rodgers? men a comfortable 5-0
cushion at Celtic Park against
Astana, current leaders of the
Kazakhstan Premier League.
Proud Carrick
happy to sit out
MICHAEL CARRICK,
By Ian Whittell
Manchester United?s
international still
new club captain, says
expects chances will
he is unconcerned
come his way.
about the prospect of
?It?s a long season
spending time out of
and there will be a lot
the first team.
of games. Hopefully we
The 36-year-old
can go far in
signed a new
the cup
one-year deal
competitions,?
after months of
he said.
speculation in
?There is
the summer,
going to be a
with manager
lot of rotation
Jose Mourinho
of the squad.
naming him
?It?s a big
club captain in
honour for me
place of the
and it?s very
departed
Wayne Rooney. CARRICK: Deal special to be in
this position. It
But, as was
the case with Rooney,
probably comes with
me being here for quite
Carrick may be captain
some time now and
from a distance given
being the oldest in the
the competition for
squad. It doesn?t
places at Old Trafford
change an awful lot
this season, although
from day to day.?
the former England
?
STOKE have signed Spanish
forward Jese Rodriguez on a
season-long loan from Paris
Saint-Germain.
The 24-year-old former Real
Madrid player, left, who cost PSG
almost �million last summer,
has made one Ligue 1 start for the
French side.
He arrives in Stoke having
spent the second half of last term
on loan at his home-town club
Las Palmas in La Liga.
?CRISTIANO RONALDO has lost his appeal to the
Spanish Football Federation over his five-match ban for
pushing a referee after being sent off against Barcelona.
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FOOTBALL: FORWARD WHO LIT FIRE AT FOREST
Main picture: STEVE MITCHELL
PILING ON THE
PRESSURE:
Everton
manager
Ronaldo
Koeman has
bust the bank
to bring in
club-record
signing
Sigurdsson
Gylfi?s goals will
give us payback
V
RONALD KOEMAN welcomed
EVERTON
�million record signing
HAJDUK SPLIT
Gylfi Sigurdsson to Everton
KICK-OFF: 8.05PM
yesterday and said the pressure
will be on the Iceland midfielder By Ian Whittell
to justify his price tag.
Lukaku ? 25 of them in the
Sigurdsson completed his
league last season ? but he has
medical yesterday morning
joined Manchester United.
before finally concluding the
The income from that sale
long-running saga of his move
could reach �m and means
from Swansea.
Koeman has been able to sign
He will not be considered
six first-team players without it
for tonight?s Europa League
costing the club a net penny
first-leg play-off match against
before yesterday.
Croatia?s Hajduk Split.
Sigurdsson takes Everton?s
Koeman will discuss with
spending into the red and
him whether he is fit enough
Koeman
hopes they will head
to join the squad for Monday?s
further in that direction, with
league visit to Manchester City.
the manager desperate to sign
And the player is ready to
an orthodox centre-forward and
make an impact.
a left-sided central defender
Sigurdsson said: ?Hopefully I
before the window closes.
will continue to create goals
He has given up hope of
and score goals for the team,
signing Olivier Giroud and,
and contribute to the kind of
with newcomer Sandro their
success we?re seeking.
only genuine No9, Koeman
?This is an ambitious club
admits the need for a striker is
and it is clear we are moving in
becoming desperate.
a really good direction.
?We still need a striker,? he
?I would like to score as
many goals as possible and
said. ?Of course if we don?t get
create as many goals for my
a striker then it is all about
team-mates as I
young players.
can. These are my
?Everybody
targets. But it is
knows we lost
always the same
Lukaku, we
thing: as long as
signed Sandro,
the team is
we know the
winning, I will be
development of
more than happy.?
Dominic CalvertWhenever he
Lewin, but we
makes his Everton
need another No9.
bow, Sigurdsson
?It?s difficult
can expect to
because it needs
feel the scrutiny
to be a quality
of being such a
player or a young
big-money
player who can
signing, according
develop.
to a manager who
?We know
has been trying to
SANDRO: Has heel injury maybe we have
recruit him since
the possibility to
he was in charge of
sign good players but we don?t
Southampton. ?Of course, it?s
play Champions League and
always about signings and
that?s also a reason that can
spending money and with that
make decisions very difficult.?
comes more pressure,? said
The lack of depth in the
Koeman.
forward positions could be
?We tried when I was at
brought into focus against
Southampton to sign
Hajduk Split at Goodison
Sigurdsson but we did not have
tonight. Sandro is a doubt with
that financial possibility that
a heel injury he collected in the
we have here.
1-0 victory over Stoke last
?He will bring experience,
Saturday.
quality, productivity. That?s
Calvert-Lewin may play as
what we tried to find, not in
a lone target man or Rooney
one player because we had one
may revert to centre-forward.
player with that productivity
Koeman hopes ? and expects
last season, but around him we
? to advance into the Europa
did not have players who score
League group stages.
10 goals.
?We want to be part of
?Now we try to find players
Europe,? he said. ?So we will
in Sandro Ramirez, in Wayne
put our strongest team out
Rooney and in Sigurdsson to
and, after, think what is best
get more goals up front and
to try to get a result at City.?
that?s what we need.?
EVERTON (probable): Pickford; Jagielka,
Those goals that Koeman
Williams, Keane; Davies, Gueye,
admits he needs to replace
Schneiderlin, Baines; Rooney, Klasseen;
Calvert-Lewin.
came, of course, from Romelu
?There are no
winners when
a player goes
on strike?
SIGN OF THE
TIMES: Van
Hooijdonk is
protected by
security after
ending strike,
having been
welcomed by
Bassett, left,
when he signed
Sanchez
call out of
Wenger?s
hands
FROM BACK PAGE
we will accept it. It is a
financial sacrifice. It is a
sacrifice you have to
calculate, how much it
costs. If you let the player
go and buy somebody,
you spend maybe more
than you lose.
?Also, if you extend the
contract, it costs you
maybe more than you
lose when you keep the
player. So you have to
consider the length of
the contract as well that
the players want. So
when all that is taken
into consideration, the
financial sacrifice is not
as heavy as it looks.
?I
am
a
football
manager, I want Sanchez
to stay, and that?s it.
After
that,
all
the
financial
implications
are less important.
?At the end of the day,
you have to afford it as
well, you must afford it.
But I want Sanchez to
extend his contract.?
Mesut Ozil and Alex
Oxlade-Chamberlain are
also out of contract next
summer and Wenger
could not guarantee that
the three would still be
Arsenal players after the
transfer window shuts
on August 31.
?Today, yes, I think all
three will stay. I will fight
for them to stay,? he said.
?But 100 per cent never
exists, because in our job
it never exists.?
Wenger, an economics
graduate
from
Strasbourg University,
admits the transfer of
Neymar to PSG from
Barcelona for a record
�9m was a gamechanger and means the
numbers no longer add
FOOTBALL: FORWARD WHO LIT FIRE AT FOREST
WHEN Pierre van Hooijdonk
went
on
strike
at
Nottingham Forest in 1998,
former England international
Geoff Thomas tried to put
him straight.
Following a successful World Cup,
the Dutch striker demanded a move
away from the City Ground and
remained at home keeping fit with
his local club as the Premier League
season got underway.
When he finally returned three
months later, he blithely asked the
dressing room: ?Any questions??
It was Thomas who spoke up for
the entire squad by putting him
straight in no uncertain terms.
Now 19 years later, during a
summer in which player power has
exploded once again, the 53-year-old
still maintains there are ?no
winners? when multi-million pound
footballers sully the game with
industrial action. Instead, the player
risks being shunned completely by
his team-mates.
?You can argue that the dressing
room is a different environment now
and the players put their headphones
on and are very insulated,? said
Thomas. ?But players used to have
an opinion and were very vocal. Back
then, a few of us had some words to
say to Van Hooijdonk.
?If he had come back with his
hands in the air and said, ?I have
been an idiot? the lads would have
dug in with him.
?But he still had this air that he
was a lot better than the rest of us
and a few of the players he even
used to ridicule, saying they were
not good enough to be on the
same pitch. Actually, he did
score on his return. But only
Daily Express Thursday August 17 2017
REBELS WITH
EXIT CAUSE
Thomas recalls ?selfish?
actions of Van Hooijdonk
Matthew
DUNN
EXCLUSIVE
Thierry Bonalair celebrated with
him ? a nice French kid but probably
unaware of the culture of an English
dressing room.?
In 2003, Thomas was diagnosed
with leukaemia and given three
months to live. It is now 12 years
since he was told he was in remission
and today he flies out to cycle the
Vuelta a Espana as part of a Three
Tours challenge he hopes will raise
�illion for Cure Leukaemia.
That is less than a fortnight?s
wages for Neymar. When the sums
are so unseemly, Thomas describes
the behaviour of some of his fellow
footballers as ?unprofessional? and
?lacking in ethics?.
Ultimately, going on strike is also
self-defeating.
?Time moves on,
but still there are
no winners,? he
said. ?A lot of
players have gone
against the dressing
room since, but it
is selfish really and
Van Hooijdonk will be
remembered
for
a
long time, especially
in
Nottingham,
just
for
that.
Meanwhile, the
better players
just get on
with it. They
are different
people with
different
ethics.? Two
decades on, bitterness towards Van
Hooijdonk still burns deeply and
you just have to mention his name
to Dave Bassett, the former Forest
manager.
?That w*****?? he explodes. ?He
wanted to be striker, manager and
director of football. He said we?d
not strengthened enough but that
was nothing to do with him. He
could have handed in a transfer
request and we could have sorted
something.
?Instead, by going on strike he
got me the sack, Forest have never
been back in the Premier League
and his own career went down the
tubes until he finally disappeared up
his own backside.
?The only mistake I made was
when reporters told me he was
holding out an olive branch, I told
them where he could stick it.
However, the board wanted to sell
The better
players just get
on with it
him and I was told I had to play
him. Nobody wanted to buy him,
though. Who wants to buy a player
who goes on strike??
Unsurprisingly, with Virgil van Dijk
?not available to play? at
Southampton and Diego
Costa in Brazil rather
than training at Chelsea,
Bassett?s contempt has
found further fuel. He
cites Luis Suarez, Cesc
Fabregas and Cristiano
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Diego Costa
INTEREST: Atletico Madrid,
Tianjin Quanjian.
VALUATION: �m-�m
HE SAYS: ?I?m going to the
club I want to go to ? not the
club that is paying the most.?
CHELSEA SAY: ?You are not
in my plan? ? manager Conte.
CONSEQUENCES? Chelsea
haul Costa back from Brazil and
reluctantly thrash out a deal
with Atletico.
Philippe
Coutinho
PARTY TIME: Stayaway Costa has
been enjoying himself in Brazil
Ronaldo as players who all got their
dream moves to Spain, albeit a year
later than they wanted, without
withdrawing their services. Van Dijk,
on the other hand...
?He?s out of order!? Bassett raged.
?When at Celtic, he was happy to go
to Southampton. He should honour
his contract ? it?s disgraceful.
?If he goes on to Liverpool and
wins the Champions League, he?ll be
on strike, wanting to go to Barcelona.
Aren?t Liverpool seeing a warning
with Philippe Coutinho? It?s like
Costa. Chelsea have got a player
worth �m and he?s not contributing.
If Costa had class, he?d be keeping
his mouth shut and training so he is
ready if the club wants him again.
?He has signed a contract, so
forget the sob story and saying, ?The
players want me!? Do they f***!
Not in my experience, they see
it the same way as I do.
Going on strike? It?s
despicable.?
? Go to justgiving.com/
fundraising/3tours for more
on Thomas?s challenge.
INTEREST:
Barcelona
VALUATION:
�0m
HE SAYS: ?I want to leave,?
by email to the club.
LIVERPOOL SAY: ?The
de?nitive stance is that no
offers will be considered.?
CONSEQUENCES?
Liverpool sell after realising
that the money is better
invested in decent defenders.
Virgil
van Dijk
INTEREST:
Liverpool,
Manchester City
VALUATION:
�m
HE SAYS: ?I would like
Southampton to consider the
interest in me,? in writing.
SOUTHAMPTON SAY: New
owner Gao Jisheng yet to speak
on matter but has money to
resist any offers.
CONSEQUENCES?
Van Dijk persuaded, or coerced
into, seeing how things pan out
at St Mary?s.
Danny
Rose
SHOUTING
THOMAS: Forest
star slammed
Van Hooijdonk
up. The discrepancy, he
maintains, is the price of
success.
?The
ratio
between what the player
costs and what he brings
back, this has gone,?
said Wenger. ?How can
you quantify today what
Neymar costs? Will he
bring �0m back? It?s
impossible to say.
?There is a part that is
rational, and the other
part
is
completely
irrational: it is passion,
ego, pride, you can call
that how you want. How
much is that worth
financially? Maybe that?s
down to every club. The
part that is not rational
? that is called success.
How much are you ready
to pay for success??
However,
Wenger
refutes the suggestion
there is such a thing as
?player power?.
?The club have as well
resources to make their
contracts respected,? he
said. ?Overall, the powers
are quite well balanced.
You have a contract, the
player has to respect the
contract. You cannot
really say it is player
power.?
?Virgil?s going nowhere?
KROENKE: Final decision
SOUTHAMPTON rebel Virgil van
Dijk has been told to forget about
leaving in this transfer window by
chairman Ralph Krueger.
Liverpool and Chelsea target
Van Dijk demanded a move last
week but Krueger gave his
backing to manager Mauricio
Pellegrino, saying: ?Nobody is for
sale that we don?t want to sell. He
is not for sale in this window. We
have said it more than once.
?Mauricio Pellegrino has done
an amazing job of dealing with
this situation. It has not
By Alex Crook
disrupted our team. It has not in
any way caused a lack of focus in
training, in the dressing room,
and of course everybody will open
their arms when Virgil comes
back and we go at it.?
Asked if he could say for certain
Van Dijk will still be a Saints
player on September 1, Krueger
said: ?I don?t give definite answers
where there isn?t a definite. But we
are carrying our strategy through
the summer and that?s it.?
INTEREST:
Chelsea,
Manchester City
VALUATION:
�m
HE SAYS: ?Sign players you
don?t have to Google ? and I
know my worth!?
TOTTENHAM SAY: ?He has
a future here. The moment he
apologised, everyone moved on?
? manager Pochettino.
CONSEQUENCES? Signed
up until 2021, Rose is made to
stay ? unless a sale makes
?nancial sense to chairman
Daniel Levy.
Alexis
Sanchez
INTEREST:
Manchester City
VALUATION:
�m
HE SAYS:
?I have got ?u; I am injured.?
ARSENAL SAY: ?I am a
football manager, I want
Sanchez to stay, and that?s it?
? Wenger.
CONSEQUENCES? Sanchez
made to see out his contract as
board feel duty-bound to
support Wenger.
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IT?S SELFISH TO GO MISSING, THE
BETTER PLAYERS HAVE MORE ETHICS
EXCLUSIVE: GEOFF THOMAS ON THE FALL-OUT FROM PLAYER POWER ? P62-63
United
pull plug
on Rose
I CAN?T
STOP
STAN
SELLING
By Tony Banks
DANNY ROSE?S bid to
get out of Tottenham
looked to have ended in
failure last night.
The England full-back,
27, was desperate to
secure a move north to
Manchester United.
Doncaster-born Rose
launched an attack on
Spurs last week,
questioning the club?s
lack of ambition, and
hinted he would be open
to offers.
Rose?s actions came
after reports United
boss Jose Mourinho was
interested in taking him
to Old Trafford. But
United have abandoned
plans to go for him,
having been told by
Spurs chairman Daniel
Levy there is no chance
he will be sold.
ROSE: Staying put
Wenger admits Arsenal may
?og Alexis against his wishes
ARSENE WENGER says he
does not want to sell Alexis
Sanchez but admits Arsenal?s
board could strike a deal
above his head this month.
The Chile striker, 28, is out of
contract next summer and is a
�million target for Manchester
City after refusing to extend his deal.
Manager Wenger has given the
clearest indication yet that he feels
Pep eyes
Evans
By Peter Edwards
By Matthew Dunn
SITTING
PRETTY:
Sanchez will
be a free agent
when his deal
ends next year
the right move is to squeeze a final
year out of him before allowing him
to leave for nothing in 2018.
Nevertheless, he voiced the caveat
that the ultimate power lies with
majority shareholder Stan Kroenke
and his board. ?It?s my decision, but
the board has to of course agree with
me,? said Wenger. ?If they don?t agree
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Root will embrace night life
JOE ROOT says England
will not be losing any sleep
over their historic pink-ball
Test
against
the
West Indies starting
at Edgbaston today.
He says his players will
take the challenges of
the day-night format in
their stride. There are fears
READY TO GO: Joe Root is
positive about historic Test
By Chris Stocks
within the England camp
that the late-night finishes
? which could go up to 10pm
if there is bad weather ? will
mean some players may
struggle to get appropriate
rest
during
this
first
pink-ball Test in the UK.
But the England captain
is sure that his side will rise
to the occasion in a series in
which they aim to step
up their preparations for
this winter?s Ashes by
notching up another win
following their 3-1 triumph
against South Africa.
?This is one of the
different challenges that
this format presents,? said
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1 (3) 8-17 LORD REASON (30) (D) J Butler 5 9 12......T Clark(3)
2 (8) 4L5 OASIS SPEAR (12) (D) C Wall 5 9 11............ G Wood(3)
3 (6) 313 WHOSYOURHOUSEMATE (12) E Vaughan 3 9 7
A Beschizza
4 (1) 255 l HAJAJ (33) C Fellowes 3 9 7................... S Donohoe
5 (4) L43 WAR AT SEA (28) D M Simcock 3 9 4...... J P Spencer
6 (7) 150 HEATONGRAD (12) (F) R Fahey 3 8 12
Adam J McNamara(3)
7 (2) 1LL VALLEY OF ROCKS (16)(T) M Johnston 3 8 11..D O?Neill
8 (5) 716 VOI (21) (C&D,F) C Allen 3 8 11..............................R Tart
TONGUE STRAP: No. 8 HOOD: No. 5.
W-Factor: Hajaj (99); War At Sea (98); Oasis Spear (97).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Whosyourhousemate, 4 War At Sea, 9-2 Hajaj,
7 Heatongrad, 8 Oasis Spear, 10 Lord Reason, 12 Others.
B - Beverley
C - Chepstow
S - Salisbury
Y - Yarmouth
A Definite Diamond..S2.50
Admiral Rooke......... B3.10
African Girl.............. Y8.00
Ainne........................S1.50
Air Of York...............C8.15
Albert Boy............... Y5.30
All For The Best.......C6.45
Angelical................. Y5.30
Appenzeller..............C5.15
Arabian Jazz........... B3.10
Archie Stevens........ Y8.00
Armagnac................ B5.10
Art Scholar.............. Y5.30
Arty Campbell..........C6.45
Astrophysics........... B4.10
Astrosecret............. Y5.30
Attain...................... Y5.30
Attention Seaker..... B4.40
Autumn Leaves.........S1.50
Aye Aye Skipper.......S2.50
Babette................... Y7.00
Baby Gal...................S4.50
Ballard Down............S4.20
Ballet Concerto........S4.20
Bamo Mc...................S3.20
Barbary Prince........ B3.40
Barista.....................S2.20
Beatisa.....................S2.20
Becca Campbell........C6.15
Bee Ina Bonnet........ B2.40
Bellevarde................C7.45
Best Company......... Y4.55
Best Example.......... Y5.30
Betsalottie...............S2.20
Big Lachie............... Y7.30
Bigbadboy............... B5.40
Blushing Red............C5.45
Bond Bombshell....... B4.10
Bonjour Steve...........C8.15
Bourne.................... B4.40
Bradfield Magic........S2.50
Braemar.................. Y4.55
Buckland Beau......... Y6.30
Bulas Belle.............. B4.40
Burnt Cream............ Y8.00
Caledonian Gold....... Y7.00
Call Dawn................ B2.40
Call Me Grumpy....... Y6.30
Camino.................... Y8.00
Canford Bay............ B4.10
Carcharias................S2.50
Caribbean Spring..... Y7.00
Carry On Deryck.......S4.20
Cat Ballou................ B2.40
Cat Silver................ Y7.30
Catastrophe............ B5.40
Changing..................C5.15
Chauvelin................ B3.40
Chetan..................... Y7.00
Chica De La Noche....S4.50
Chicago Star.............S4.50
Chickpea...................S1.50
Circuit Judge...........S3.20
Commanche............. Y7.30
Compliance.............. Y4.55
Cool Music............... B3.40
Coronation Cottage..C7.15
Courteous Crown......S1.50
Cracker Factory...... Y4.55
Cray........................ B4.40
Cribbs Causeway......S3.50
Crosse Fire.............. B4.10
Crownthorpe........... B3.10
Cum Spiro Spero...... B2.10
Dandy?s Beano......... B2.40
Debawtry................. B2.40
Del Parco..................C8.15
Dodgy Bob................C7.15
Dot Green................ Y6.30
Dreamofdiscovery... B5.10
Drill......................... Y4.55
Duke?s Girl...............S5.25
Dylan?s Centenary... Y7.00
Eastern Lady............C6.15
Ebitda...................... Y8.00
Ellaal....................... B5.40
Eller Brook.............. B2.10
Elnadim Star............ B2.10
Elysian Fields...........S3.50
Escape The City........S1.50
Everkyllachy.............C7.15
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North Creek
7.00 Tommy?s Secret
7.30 Cat Silver
8.00 Justice Rock
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1 (6) 144 l NORTH CREEK (23) (D) C Wall 4 9 12... G Wood(3)
2 (8) L65 ZAEEM (8) (D) I Furtado 8 9 12..........M Fernandes(7)
3 (10) 5-49 ROUGE NUAGE (23) (C,D) C Allen 7 9 10... Darragh Keenan(7)
4 (1) 232 STOSUR (13) (D) Miss G Kelleway 6 9 9..... C Noble(7)
5 (2) 238 SHYRON (13) (C&D) G Margarson 6 9 9.Jane Elliott(5)
6 (3) 573 BUCKLAND BEAU (16) (D,F) C Fellowes 6 9 8... S Donohoe
7 (5) 124 CALL ME GRUMPY (34) (D) R Varian 3 9 8..S De Sousa
8 (9) L68 DOT GREEN (30) M Tompkins 4 9 5...............J Haynes
9 (7) 4-23 MULTICULTURAL (41) J Tate 3 9 4.......Martin Harley
10 (11) 645 POETIC FORCE (34) A Carroll 3 9 3................ D O?Neill
11 (4) 051 FLYING FANTASY (7) (C&D) M Appleby 5 9 2
Danny Brock
BLINKERS: Nos. 4, 9 TONGUE STRAP: No. 10 CHEEK PIECES: No. 11.
W-F: North Creek (99); Call Me Grumpy (97); Zaeem (93).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Call Me Grumpy, 5 Multicultural, 6 North Creek,
7 Buckland Beau, 8 Zaeem, 10 Flying Fantasy, Stosur, 14 Others.
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1. Which Everton player scored the goal that
won England the Under-20 World Cup final?
2. Who knocked Andy Murray out of the
French Open in the semi-finals?
3. Which team beat Ben Ainslie?s Land Rover
BAR team 5-2 in the semi-finals of the
America?s Cup Challenger play-offs?
4. Which team beat Wigan for the first
time in 33 years to move off the bottom
of the Super League?
5. What collective name is given to throwing
and jumping events in athletics?
6. Who was the only
posthumous F1 world
champion, after being
killed in a crash during
practice at the Italian
Grand Prix in 1970?
7. Before Tony Jacklin in
1969, who had been the last RATINGS
0-3 Oh dear
British golfer to win the
4-6 Small beer
Open, 18 years earlier?
7-9 So near
8. Which two Ashleys
10 Sporting seer
missed penalties in
England?s Euro 2012
shoot-out against Italy?
9. How many run outs did South Africa suffer
in their Champions Trophy defeat by India that
saw them exit the competition?
10. Which English rugby team won the
European Cup in 2001 and 2002?
World of sport
exclusivE
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1 (15) 332 WEDGEWOOD ESTATES (36) (C) A Carroll 6 9 7
D O?Neill
2 (5) L33 SAKHEE?S JEM (21) (C) Miss G Kelleway 4 9 7.S De Sousa
3 (12) 1-19 GREAT COLACI (36) (D,T) G Boanas 4 9 7... C Lee(3)
4 (13) 573 CHETAN (8) (C,D) C Wallis 5 9 7.................. G Wood(3)
5 (6) 446 l TOMMY?S SECRET (22) (C&D) J Chapple-Hyam 7 9 5
P Bradley(5)
6 (9) 400 CARIBBEAN SPRING (31) G Margarson 4 9 5
Jane Elliott(5)
7 (4) 84L SWIFTEE (24) I Furtado 4 9 4.................Martin Harley
8 (16) 5-95 ROMAN LEGION (37) D Ivory 3 9 2............. J Duern(3)
9 (2) LL8 BABETTE (82)(T) A Newcombe 3 9 2............S Drowne
10 (3) 5-69 SOLITARY SISTER (41) Richard Spencer 3 9 2... S Donohoe
11 (11) 820 TALLULAH?S QUEST (19) Miss J Feilden 3 9 2.A Beschizza
12 (7) 532 CALEDONIAN GOLD (7) P D?Arcy 4 9 2...... C Noble(7)
13 (8) L5R/ DYLAN?S CENTENARY (630) P McEntee 6 9 2......Danny Brock
14(14) 640 SLOW TO HAND (13) W Jarvis 3 9 2......... J P Spencer
15 (1) 927 NELLIE?S DANCER (9) S Dixon 3 9 2....... G Buckell(5)
16 (10) 489 LITTLE INDIAN (37) (C&D) J R Jenkins 7 9 1... A Rawlinson
BLINKERS: Nos. 7, 10, 12, 14 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 4, 10
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 5, 15.
W-Factor: Tommy?s Secret (99); Wedgewood Estates (98);
Little Indian (96).
SP FORECAST: 9-2 Sakhee?s Jem, 5 Wedgewood Estates, 7 Chetan,
8 Great Colaci, 10 Solitary Sister, Tommy?s Secret, 12 Others.
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1 (7) 562 MUSICAL COMEDY (17) (D) Mike Murphy 6 9 9.. A Fresu
2 (9) 187 PICTURE DEALER (17) (C&D) Mrs L Pearce 8 9 8
S Pearce(3)
3 (8) 125 MULZIM (20) E Dunlop 3 9 7............................. D O?Neill
4 (2) 1L5 IN THE SPOTLIGHT (4) (C&D) H Spiller 3 9 7.. T Durcan
5 (1) LL4 BIG LACHIE (22) (D,T) D Loughnane 3 9 7.Martin Lane
6 (10) 7L9 PLUCKY DIP (13) (D) J Ryan 6 9 6........... J Osborn(7)
7 (6) L71 l CAT SILVER (38) (D) C Wallis 4 9 5...... G Wood(3)
8 (3) 4L3 MIRACLE GARDEN (17) (D) I Williams 5 8 11..S Donohoe
9 (5) 0-LL FEVER FEW (29) (D) C Wall 8 8 9............. A Beschizza
10 (4) 455 COMMANCHE (16) (D) C Dwyer 8 8 7........ S De Sousa
BLINKERS: No. 10 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 4, 6, 7, 8.
W-F: Cat Silver (99); Commanche (98); In The Spotlight (96).
SP FORECAST: 4 Cat Silver, 9-2 Musical Comedy, 5 Mulzim, 6
Miracle Garden, 8 Commanche, In The Spotlight, 10 Others.
1 (10) 578 ONLY TEN PER CENT (114) (D) J R Jenkins 9 9 7
A Rawlinson
2 (1) 546 SHELNEVERWALKALONE (14) I Furtado 3 9 7
Martin Harley
3 (5) 70L FRANGARRY (26) (D) A Bailey 5 9 7
Katherine Glenister(7)
4 (4) 240 ARCHIE STEVENS (44) (D,T) Clare Ellam 7 9 6....J Fahy
5 (12) 0-56 THE NIGHT BEFORE (12) R Cowell 3 9 6.J P Spencer
6 (13) L30 HOT STUFF (28) (D) A Carroll 4 9 5.M Fernandes(7)
7 (11) 471 EBITDA (10) (D) S Dixon 3 9 5(6ex)................T Durcan
8 (6) 132 l JUSTICE ROCK (37) (C) P McEntee 4 9 2.S De Sousa
9 (3) 127 CAMINO (6) (D,F) Andi Brown 4 8 13....... Martin Lane
10(16) 843 AFRICAN GIRL (29) Mrs L Pearce 3 8 12.S Pearce(3)
11 (2) 8LL VERDI (7) J Ryan 3 8 12................................ J Osborn(7)
12 (9) 0L-9 BURNT CREAM (190) (C&D) M Bosley 10 8 12
S Donohoe
13(15) 493 LIZZY?S DREAM (13) (D) Rebecca Bastiman 9 8 12
A Beschizza
14 (8) 870 MEN UNITED (15) (D) S Bowring 4 8 12.....R Ffrench
15(14) 7LL WILLOW SPRING (42) (C&D) D P Quinn 5 8 12
T Clark(3)
16 (7) 475 PERCY TOPLIS (21) Mrs C Dunnett 3 8 10.G Wood(3)
BLINKERS: Nos. 11, 16 VISOR: No. 1 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 8,
12 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 5, 6 HOOD: No. 12.
W-Factor: Justice Rock (99); Ebitda (97); Camino (96).
SP FORECAST: 5 Justice Rock, 11-2 African Girl, 13-2 Ebitda, 7
Camino, 8 Shelneverwalkalone, 10 The Night Before, 12 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good to Firm. Left Handed. TOP TRACK
JOCKEY (2012-17): S De Sousa 23% Strike rate. TOP TRACK
TRAINER (2012-17): W Haggas 30% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 5.30
Astrosecret (cheek pieces), 6.30 Multicultural (blinkers), 7.00 Slow To
Hand (blinkers), 7.30 In The Spotlight (cheek pieces), 8.00 The Night
Before (cheek pieces). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 5.30 Hope Is High(hcp).
6.30 Buckland Beau(hcp), Call Me Grumpy(hcp), Multicultural. 7.00
Caledonian Gold(hcp). 7.30 Mulzim(hcp). DRAW: High numbers best
on the straight course, especially in large fields. LONGEST
TRAVELLER: Tuolumne Meadows (5.30) & Babette (7.00) 321 miles.
STABLE SWITCH: 5.30 Tuolumne Meadows from P Cole. 7.00
Dylan?s Centenary from D M Simcock. 7.30 Cat Silver from R
Charlton.
FLAT INDEX
Fair Selene...............S2.50
Fever Few................ Y7.30
Firmament................S4.20
First Bombardment. B4.10
Fledermaus............. B5.40
Fleeting Glimpse......S4.50
Flying Fantasy......... Y6.30
Flying Sakhee...........S4.50
Fools And Kings........C5.45
Four Wishes............. B5.10
Frangarry................ Y8.00
Fujin........................ B4.10
Galuppi.................... Y5.30
Gembari................... Y4.55
Glacier Point............C7.45
Go Amber Go............S4.50
Go Now Go Now....... B3.10
Going Native............ Y4.55
Golconda Prince...... B5.10
Gold Hunter..............C8.15
Gold Stone.............. B2.40
Golden Image...........S1.50
Graceful Act............ B5.40
Grand Myla...............S4.50
Great Colaci............ Y7.00
Great Vizier..............C5.15
Hajaj........................ Y6.00
Hathal......................S4.20
Heatongrad............. Y6.00
Here In The Dark..... B3.10
Hope Is High............ Y5.30
Hot Stuff................. Y8.00
I?m Super Too.......... B5.40
Il Primo Sole............ Y4.55
In The Spotlight....... Y7.30
Ingleby Spring......... B5.40
Island Cloud..............S4.50
Isomer......................S4.20
Ivors Involvement... B5.40
Jack Of Diamonds.....S2.20
Jackontherocks....... B3.10
Jacksonfire..............C8.15
Jelly Monger............S3.50
Jive Talking..............S3.50
Jurz......................... Y4.55
Justice Rock........... Y8.00
Kaisan......................C6.15
Kassandra................S2.20
Key Bid.....................S5.25
Killay........................S3.20
Kinglami...................C7.45
Knightsbridge Liam. B3.40
La Belle Mayson...... B2.40
Lady Maldiva............S1.50
Langlauf...................S3.50
Lean On Pete........... B3.40
Little Indian............ Y7.00
Lizzy?s Dream.......... Y8.00
Lord Reason............ Y6.00
Lucy The Painter......S3.50
Lyrica?s Lion.............S2.50
Machiavelian Storm..S2.50
Maghfoor................. B4.40
Majboor....................S3.20
Major Valentine........C7.45
Masarzain.................S2.50
Masquerade Bling.....S2.20
Master The World.....S4.20
Maverick Officer...... Y4.55
Mcdelta....................S2.20
Me Before You......... B2.10
Medburn Cutler........C6.45
Men United.............. Y8.00
Miracle Garden........ Y7.30
Mirror Magic.............S1.50
Miss Geronimo..........S4.50
Miss Osier................S2.50
Miss Wolverine........ B2.10
Mont Royal.............. B5.10
Moonlight Blue........ B5.10
Moonstone Rock.......S2.50
Mount Cheiron......... B5.40
Mr Carbonator......... B3.10
Mr Frankie................C6.15
Multicultural........... Y6.30
Mulzim..................... Y7.30
Musical Comedy....... Y7.30
Mutineer...................S2.20
My Rock....................C5.15
Native Prospect.......C5.45
57
ANSWERS: 1 Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
2 Stan Wawrinka. 3 Emirates Team New Zealand.
4 Leigh Centurions. 5 Field events.
6 Jochen Rindt. 7 Max Faulkner. 8 Young and Cole.
9 Three. 10 Leicester Tigers.
GOLF
DAME Laura Davies
will make history as
the first woman to
compete in a European
Senior Tour event in
next year?s Shipco
Masters in Denmark.
Davies, who will play
from the same tees as
her male rivals, said:
?My career has been
played in parallel with
players on the Senior
Tour, so I?m looking
forward to testing my
wits against them.?
Daily Express Thursday August 17 2017
Nellie?s Dancer........ Y7.00
Nepeta.................... B5.10
Neverbeen To Paris..C5.15
Noah Amor.............. B4.10
Norab.......................C6.45
North Creek............ Y6.30
Northern Law.......... B3.10
Notice......................S3.50
Oasis Spear............. Y6.00
Oeil De Tigre............C8.15
Olympic Duel............S2.20
Only Ten Per Cent... Y8.00
Optimickstickhill..... B2.10
Orsino......................S5.25
Our Little Pony........ B2.10
Pacharana................S3.50
Padrinho...................S5.25
Pantera Negra......... B5.10
Passing Star.............S2.50
Pastfact...................C8.15
Pearl Noir................ B4.10
Percy Toplis............ Y8.00
Percy Verence......... B3.40
Phoenix Dawn...........S5.25
Pick A Little.............S2.20
Picket Line...............C8.15
Picture Dealer......... Y7.30
Plucky Dip............... Y7.30
Poet?s Charm...........C5.45
Poet?s Dawn............ B3.10
Poetic Force............ Y6.30
Polkadot Princess....C8.15
Pondering.................C5.45
Portledge................ B5.10
Posh Bounty.............S4.50
Poucor......................C5.15
Pow Wow..................S5.25
Princess Roania........C6.15
Project Bluebook......C6.45
Psychotic.................S3.20
Python..................... B3.40
Raawy.......................S3.20
Rahmah....................C6.15
Rebel State............. B5.40
Red Dragon...............S2.50
Reinbeau Prince...... B3.10
Relight My Fire........ B5.40
Rema Al Kuwait....... B2.10
Roaring Rory........... B4.10
Rockalater................C7.15
Rocket Ronnie..........S2.20
Rolling Dice..............S2.20
Roman Legion.......... Y7.00
Rouge Nuage........... Y6.30
Royal Flag............... B4.40
Royal Wave...............S1.50
Rupert Boy.............. B5.40
Rupert?s Lass...........S1.50
Sa?ada..................... Y4.55
Sabellum................. B2.40
Sable Island..............S5.25
Sakhalin Star........... B3.40
Sakhee?s Jem.......... Y7.00
Saved By The Bell.... B4.40
Scruffy Mcguffy....... B3.40
Secret Potion...........C8.15
Seebring.................. B5.10
Sevilla..................... B3.40
Shelneverwalkalone.Y8.00
Shepherd Market......C5.15
Shyron..................... Y6.30
Siena Flyer.............. B2.40
Sir Pass I Am............C6.45
Sky Marshal..............S3.20
Sleep Easy................C6.45
Slow To Hand........... Y7.00
Solitary Sister......... Y7.00
Sooqaan.................. B5.40
South Sea Belle........S4.50
Spare Parts..............S2.20
Spin Point.................C6.15
Spinnaka...................S3.20
Spiritual Star...........S2.20
Stanlow................... B5.40
Stosur..................... Y6.30
Stringybark Creek....C7.15
Subhaan...................S3.20
Suit Of Lights...........S3.20
Suitsus.....................S2.50
Sweet Pursuit...........S4.50
Swendab...................C7.15
Swiftee.................... Y7.00
Tabarrak...................S4.20
Tallulah?s Quest...... Y7.00
Tally?s Song..............C8.15
Tanseeq................... Y4.55
Taper Tantrum........ B4.40
Taws.........................C6.45
Tesko Fella.............. B5.10
The Detainee............C6.15
The Night Before..... Y8.00
Think Fashion...........C7.45
Thunder North......... Y4.55
Tin Pan Alley........... B3.40
Tinsill...................... B4.10
Titchy Digits.............S1.50
To Arms................... Y4.55
Tobouggaloo.............C6.15
Tommy?s Secret...... Y7.00
Treacherous.............S3.20
Tuolumne Meadows. Y5.30
Turquoise Bay......... Y4.55
Twenty Times...........C5.45
Tyrsal...................... Y5.30
Valley of Rocks........ Y6.00
Veiled Secret............S5.25
Ventura Crest......... B3.10
Vercingetorix.......... B4.40
Verdi....................... Y8.00
Viceroy Mac............ B3.10
Viktoriya Taraban.....S1.50
Vixen........................S4.50
Voi........................... Y6.00
Wahaab.....................C7.15
Waqt.........................S3.20
War At Sea.............. Y6.00
Wedgewood Estates.Y7.00
What A Scorcher......C6.15
Whigwham............... B4.10
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