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Racing TV (formerly Racing UK) is a British television channel with 34 racecourses as shareholders and fixtures from 61 racecourses broadcast live on its output. The station is dedicated to horse racing broadcasting over 70% of all live racing from Britain and Ireland, including nearly 90% of all Group and Graded races.
Recent from Racing TV:
Racing TV published this video item, entitled “HALLING wins the Coral-Eclipse for a second time in 1996 – a Godolphin legend and winner of five G1s” – below is their description.
Halling was the ultimate slow-burner but developed into a brilliant performer and a rare dual winner of this great race. Halling was the first to carry the Godolphin blue silks to British Group One victory and won more British Group Ones than any other horse for Godolphin.
Unraced as a juvenile, he didn’t see the racecourse until the July of his three-year-old campaign when he finished seventh in a five-furlong maiden at Yarmouth! Defeats at Thirsk and Windsor followed before he opened his account in a Ripon handicap in August… from a mark of 75. But two months later he won the Cambridgeshire from 93 and from that point he never looked back!
#Halling #Godolphin #CoralEclipse #SandownPark #Eclipse #HorseRacing
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