Horse Racing Tips – Ten Second Tips: Friday 19th April 2019 – Racing from Lingfield

Racing Post gives you a good horse racing tip in a 10 seconds video for Friday 19th April 2019 – Racing from Lingfield. Racing Post’s Maddy Playle gives three selections for today’s racing from Lingfield

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Racing Post – Racing Post Weather: Thursday 18th April 2019

Video from Racing Post. A foggy start in places. Cloud, mist and fog will gradually clear through the morning to leave a dry, sunny and warm day for all. However, it will feel cooler along eastern coasts.

Staying largely dry, sunny and warm over the long weekend. However, rain moving into the far northwest from Sunday.

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Racing Post – Football Postcast: Premier League Matchweek 35 | Champions League Reaction | Man City…

Video from Racing Post. Mark Langdon is joined by Racing Post Sport’s Liam Flin, Aaron Ashley and Paddy Power’s Emmet O’Keeffe for a look back at this week’s UEFA Champions League games and best bets for the Easter Premier League games.

On the show:
– Manchester City’s VAR-fuelled exit at the hands of Tottenham provided more twists in one game than we would expect to see in a full season. With City’s quadruple hopes quashed, are Pep’s men mentally prepared to beat Spurs in the league?

– We have our semi-finalists in the Champions League with Barcelona playing Liverpool and surprise outfit Ajax meeting Spurs. Can the Dutch side stay on a roll and go all the way?

– Following their comfortable win over Porto, Liverpool face a different test against Cardiff who are fighting for Premier League survival. Can Warnock’s men upset the Reds?

– As usual, the Postcasters give their best bets for the weekend’s Premier League fixtures and their NAPs across the leagues.

Weekend NAPs:
Mark Langdon: Exeter to beat Crawley in League 2
Liam Flin: Middlesbrough to beat Stoke in the Championship
Aaron Ashley: West Brom to beat Hull in the Championship
Emmet O’Keeffe: Coventry to beat Bradford in League 1

All prices can be found at Paddy Power: bit.ly/2SxCM7D


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Racing Post – Bloodstock Postcast: On location with Malcolm Bastard

Video from Racing Post. Racing Post Deputy Bloodstock Editor James Thomas went to visit Britain’s longest-serving breeze-up consignor and pre-trainer of countless Group 1 winners, Malcolm Bastard, at his idyllic Wiltshire base.

On the Postcast:
-Malcolm discusses his early career and learning from the great Fred Winter.
-The pair talk about what pre-training involves and the process of preparing horses for the breeze-up sales.
-Malcolm provides his expert insight into the first two-year-olds sired by Golden Horn.

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Racing Post – Snooker Postcast: 2019 World Snooker Championship

Video from Racing Post. Racing Post’s Mark Langdon, Adrian Humphries and Dave Clark are joined by Paddy Power’s Declan Mallon for a look at the best bets in this year’s World Snooker Championship at The Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.

On the show:
– Forget Easter – it’s time to lock the doors and shut the curtains as the biggest event in the snooker calendar begins on Saturday. Can Mark Williams defend his crown?

– Record breaking Ronnie O’Sullivan is back to his best but he has a tough looking potential quarter final with Masters champion Judd Trump – the panel give their verdict on the Rocket’s chances.

– Have the lads gone potty for Dotty? Can Lisowski get Carter? Can Zhou mark Allen’s card? We look at the betting for every match in the first round with a few potential shocks in store.

– Plus, our pick to win the quarter finals, outright fancies, and with a seven year wait since the last 147 is it worth backing a maximum in the specials market?

World Championship NAPs:
Mark Langdon: Neil Robertson to beat Judd Trump in the final
Adrian Humphries: John Higgins to win the second Quarter
Dave Clark: Barry Hawkins to win the first Quarter
Declan Mallon: No 147 at 8/11!

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At The Races – Lady Pauline – Lady Aurelia’s half-sister wins on debut

Video from At The Races: Lady Pauline – Lady Aurelia’s half-sister wins on debut. A half-sister to sprint sensation Lady Aurelia, Lady Pauline delivered the goods on debut for Wesley Ward at Keeneland.

Ward said – He said: “I’ve put a plan out there to go to Ascot in May for the race we won with Create A Dream a few years ago. The Stonestreet Stables (owners) guys will talk it over and decide, but the reason they sent her to me was to race in (Royal) Ascot. I think she’s a very good filly. Her work has been really nice since the start, and I’m excited about her for sure.”

She is antepost favourite for Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot with UK bookmakers

Racing UK – This Racing Life – Richard Hannon – Racing TV

Video from Racing UK: This Racing Life – Richard Hannon – Racing TV. The flat season has begun! Tom Stanley catches up with some of the key members of staff from Richard Hannon’s yards, ahead of what could be a very exciting year.

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Racing Post – Racing Post Weather: Wednesday 17th April 2019

Video from Racing Post. Dry, bright & sunny after early fog and mist clears.

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Racing Post – Altior vs Cyrname: Nicky Henderson wary of threat to unbeaten run in Celebration Chase

Video from Racing Post. Altior will be bidding for his 19th successive triumph, edging him clear of legendary staying hurdler Big Buck’s, with whom he shares the record for the most consecutive victories. Connections had been hoping to run Altior at Aintree but in the end decided to go for the race he has won on the last two occasions. Trainer Nicky Henderson said:

“I’d hoped to go to Aintree with him to be honest. I was pretty keen to up him in trip because I think everyone is saying, all he is doing is beating the same horses the whole time and he is never going to be called a champion until he’s done something completely different.”

On the potential clash with Cyrname, Henderson added:

“Paul’s horse is obviously very good, he looks very, very smart especially round Sandown and Ascot the other day. I think he’s a very big threat, to the point where he’s actually rated above us. It should be a cracking great race, it really should, a genuine Grade One. He’s won it twice before but Paul seems to want to protect Big Bucks’ record, why not, it will be good fun.”

When asked about Altior’s plans for next season, Henderson commented:

“We will definitely try him over further next year just to try and I think he’ll cope with it because he’s such a relaxed horse, he’s very, very professional through his races, he doesn’t have to go flat out, you can switch him off, you can switch him in, you can do whatever you like.”

Tickets for the bet365 Jump Finale at Sandown Park on Saturday 27th April are on sale from https://www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/sandown/ or 0344 579 3012.

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Racing Post – Altior vs Cyrname: Paul Nicholls wants rain to confirm Altior showdown

Video from Racing Post. Paul Nicholls has reported, Cyrname, to be in good form ahead of his potential clash with Altior in the bet365 Celebration Chase at Sandown Park on 27th April 2019. The possible match-up has been eagerly anticipated ever since Cyrname was given an official rating of 178, 3lb superior to the two-time Champion Chase winner Altior, after his devastating display at Ascot where he beat his closest rival, Waiting Patiently, by 17 lengths in the Betfair Ascot Chase.

Nicholls said:

“Cyrname is fine, I mean obviously he hasn’t run since he won at Ascot, but he looks great now. He just was a little bit flat a week or so ago but that’s just him and he’s back in full cry again now.”

Nicholls was quick to point out that Cyrname’s place in the race would be dependent on the ground at Sandown. Nicholls said his seven-year-old would require it to be on the soft side, commenting:

“The only option we have got is Sandown and that would be if the ground was right. We would like to see it slow, if its fast there’s no way he’ll run again. We would look after him and look forward to him next season because the King George is his aim and we will work back from that. If we could go to Sandown, if the ground is soft enough it would be interesting”

On the possible clash with Altior, Nicholls added:

“It will be interesting, I mean it’s a bit of a disadvantage for us going back to two miles because we obviously would like to go a little bit further, hence I’d love to run him if the ground was testing. He really is a two-mile five furlong / two mile six furlong horse, who will get three miles.”

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