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Tuesday, August 19, 2003



LADBROKES PRICES FOR YORK TOMORROW




1-45 York

10/3 PERSIAN LIGHTNING
12/1 SAMHARI
14/1 SERIEUX
5/2 AKSHAR
5/1 SILENCE IS GOLDEN
7/1 HOWLE HILL
10/1 EASTERN BREEZE
12/1 WANNABE AROUND
8/1 GRETA D'ARGENT

Each Way 1/5 Odds 1-2-3

2-20 York

16/1 CHORIST
4/5 ISLINGTON
14/1 TIGERTAIL
11/1 ZEE ZEE TOP
6/1 CASUAL LOOK
6/1 L'ANCRESSE
12/1 OCEAN SILK
10/1 SUMMITVILLE

Each Way 1/5 Odds 1-2-3

2-55 York

11/1 RESEARCHED
22/1 HOLY ORDERS
8/1 HUGS DANCER
20/1 PUTRA SANDHURST
33/1 SPANISH JOHN
25/1 SADLERS WINGS
9/1 DISTINCTION
20/1 BOURGEOIS
20/1 MAMCAZMA
16/1 MUHAREB
18/1 FLOWNAWAY
18/1 UNLEASH
50/1 COURT SHAREEF
8/1 CONTRABAND
33/1 SUN BIRD
16/1 ZIBELINE
25/1 SAINT ALEBE
8/1 SENTINEL
9/2 SALSALINO
66/1 VICIOUS PRINCE
20/1 CANADA
40/1 PRAIRIE FALCON



JOCKEYS ASSOCIATION APPOINT NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE




John Blake, 37, has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of The Jockeys Association of Great Britain (JAGB). He will start his new role on 29 September 2003 when he will take over from the outgoing Chief Executive, Michael Caulfield.


John is currently the Racing Editor of Channel 4 Teletext and has been involved in racing at many different levels for the past 13 years. During this time he has worked for Racecall, Turfcall and as Racing Editor of Ladbroke Racing. John's commercial and senior management experience expands beyond racing. He has negotiated contracts with the majority of Premier League football clubs and directed public relations and sponsorship campaigns for other leisure businesses.


Commenting on his appointment John said " I am delighted to have been offered the exciting challenge of becoming Chief Executive of the Jockeys Association. This unique role requires me to represent the interests of the membership and work to increase their opportunities both during and after riding careers. I am very fortunate to inherit a well run and progressive organisation, which has worked to establish its correct place within the decision making bodies of our sport".


Michael Caulfield, who will leave the JAGB at the end of September commented "I wish John every success with the JAGB as representing professional Jockeys is a fascinating and challenging role. John impressed the JAGB selection panel with his knowledge and enthusiasm for the position and his background in all aspects of racing should serve him well".


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