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Sha Tin stewards' report
20 Mar 2017 | ThoroughbredNEWS News Desk 

19/03/2017 - Sha Tin
Going:Good to Yielding
Penetrometer Reading :2.72
Racing Stewards :
The Hon Martin Liao SBS JP(Races 1 – 5) Chairman
Dr George Mok Yuen Chee
Mr K Kelly Chief Stipendiary Steward
Mr S Railton Stipendiary Steward
Mr G Bush Stipendiary Steward
Mr K C Y Kwok Stipendiary Steward
Mr H L Liu Stipendiary Steward
Mr Michael T H Lee JP(Chairman Races 6 – 8), Mr Anthony W K Chow SBS JP(Chairman Races 9 & 10)
Race: 1 (499) HELENE MASCOT HANDICAP Class 4 1200 m
DAZZLE WINNER was slow to begin.
PEARL HARBOUR got its head up when being steadied in the early stages to obtain cover.
INDIGENOUS STAR began only fairly.
From the outside barrier, GOLDEN DEER was shifted across behind runners in the early stages.
Despite being ridden along in the early stages, FOREVER ACCURATE failed to muster speed.
Making the first turn near the 900 Metres, PADDINGTON raced tight between REGENCY DARLING and INDIGENOUS STAR which shifted in when racing keenly.
VIVA COUNCIL and PADDINGTON lay out making the Home Turn.
REGENCY DARLING was unable to obtain clear running until passing the 200 Metres.
Throughout the race, VIVA COUNCIL and MR ORIOLE travelled wide and without cover.
The performance of PEARL HARBOUR, which finished tailed out, was considered unacceptable. As this was the second occasion that PEARL HARBOUR was tailed out in a race, the horse will be required to perform to the satisfaction of the Stewards in a series of consecutive barrier trials and be subjected to an official veterinary examination before being allowed to race again.
After the race, the Veterinary Officer reported that PEACE COMBINATION had bled from both nostrils.
JUMBO LUCK, MR PICASSO and MR ORIOLE were sent for sampling.

Race: 2 (500) VITAL KING HANDICAP Class 5 1400 m
When proceeding to the Start, SUPERNATURAL attempted to jump a rail, resulting in the horse sustaining a cut to the right knee. SUPERNATURAL was examined by the Veterinary Officer on arrival at the Start who said in his opinion it was not suitable to race. Acting on this advice, SUPERNATURAL was withdrawn by order of the Stewards. Before being allowed to race again, SUPERNATURAL will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
PERFECT TIMING blundered badly at the start and lost ground. After this, from a wide barrier, PERFECT TIMING was shifted across behind runners together with WINNER ST PAUL’S and DYNAMIC VOYAGE.
AMBITIOUS SPEEDY was crowded for room on jumping between HIT A HOME RUN and EMPIRE OF MONGOLIA which shifted out.
Passing the 1300 Metres, LUCKY FRIENDS got its head up when being steadied to obtain cover.
Rounding the Home Turn, WINNER ST PAUL’S was awkwardly placed close to the heels of FANTASTICLIFE which shifted out to obtain clear running.
Passing the 200 Metres, EMPIRE OF MONGOLIA was shifted out away from the heels of FURIOUS PEGASUS.
Over the concluding stages, GOLDEN CANNON was awkwardly placed close to the heels of AMBITIOUS SPEEDY due to both horses shifting ground.
Also over the concluding stages, EMPIRE OF MONGOLIA was held up for clear running behind TELECOM BOOM and consequently was not able to be ridden out all the way to the end of the race.
After the race, G Mosse (EMPIRE OF MONGOLIA) stated that his saddle shifted to the side in the early stages.
A veterinary inspection of WINNER ST PAUL’S immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
HIT A HOME RUN, AMBITIOUS SPEEDY and FANTASTICLIFE were sent for sampling.

Race: 3 (501) AMBITIOUS DRAGON HANDICAP Class 1 1400 m
ABLE FRIEND was withdrawn on 17.3.17 by order of the Stewards acting on veterinary advice (lame right fore). GIANT TREASURE was withdrawn on 18.3.17 by order of the Stewards acting on veterinary advice (swollen right fore suspensory). Before being allowed to race again, ABLE FRIEND and GIANT TREASURE will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
Near the 450 Metres, INVINCIBLE DRAGON raced tight between HELENE PARAGON and SUN JEWELLERY.
Near the 100 Metres, INVINCIBLE DRAGON was struck over the nose by the whip of Z Purton (SUN JEWELLERY).
When questioned, T Berry (HELENE PARAGON) stated that he decided to make his run sooner than he otherwise would have prior to the 600 Metres as the race had been run at an average tempo and, with top weight, he did not want HELENE PARAGON to be outsprinted when the pace of the race quickened. He said even though he improved into the race at this time, HELENE PARAGON did not show the same turn of foot as other runners and was not able to sustain its run over the concluding stages. A veterinary inspection of HELENE PARAGON immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
INVINCIBLE DRAGON, DASHING FELLOW and CONTENTMENT were sent for sampling.

Race: 4 (502) FAY FAY HANDICAP Class 4 1000 m
LUCKY KINGDOM was withdrawn on 18.3.17 by order of the Stewards acting on veterinary advice (lame right fore) and was replaced by Standby Declared Starter ADMIRABLE (Z Purton). Before being allowed to race again, LUCKY KINGDOM will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
After being loaded into the barriers, A FAST ONE reared on a number of occasions. Before being allowed to race again, A FAST ONE will be required to perform satisfactorily in a stalls test. A FAST ONE then began awkwardly.
ENCORE BOY lifted its front feet off the ground as the start was effected and consequently began only fairly.
PRINCE HARMONY also began only fairly.
SUPERIOR BOY shifted out at the start and bumped SUPER JUNIOR.
Near the 750 Metres, SUPERIOR BOY raced tight between SUPER JUNIOR and ADMIRABLE which shifted out. Passing the 700 Metres, SUPERIOR BOY was again crowded for room between ADMIRABLE and SUPER JUNIOR which shifted in. Then passing the 600 Metres, SUPERIOR BOY raced tight inside the heels of SUPER JUNIOR.
Approaching the 700 Metres, SICHUAN CHIEF was momentarily awkwardly placed close to the heels of TOURBILLON KING due to ENCORE BOY shifting in marginally.
Passing the 700 Metres, FOX SUNTER shifted out of its own accord and brushed the running rail. After this, FOX SUNTER raced greenly and then near the 450 Metres got its head on the side, shifted out and became unbalanced after racing tight against the outside running rail.
Passing the 500 Metres, ENCORE BOY was shifted in away from the heels of PRINCE HARMONY, resulting in TOURBILLON KING and HAPPY GAINS being hampered.
Passing the 200 Metres, TOURBILLON KING and HAPPY GAINS bumped.
The performance of SICHUAN CHIEF, which finished tailed out, was considered unacceptable. Before being allowed to race again, SICHUAN CHIEF will be required to perform to the satisfaction of the Stewards in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
A veterinary inspection of WINFULL PATROL and SICHUAN CHIEF immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
ENCORE BOY, STRATHCLYDE and SUPER JUNIOR were sent for sampling.

Race: 5 (503) BMW CENTENARY HANDICAP Class 4 1600 m
UNIQUE JOYOUS was slow to begin.
KING’S MAN shifted in at the start and bumped BEST EFFORT which as a result was awkwardly placed outside the heels of RHODE ASSASSIN.
FLYING MACHINE began awkwardly and shifted out, resulting in BEAUTY LOVE and COOL AND NEAT being hampered. Then from the outside barrier, COOL AND NEAT was shifted across behind runners in the early stages.
Shortly after the start, C P POWER shifted in and bumped WINGOLD.
Passing the 1500 Metres, RATTAN and WINGOLD bumped when racing in restricted room between C P POWER and TRIUMPHANT LIGHT, both of which shifted ground.
Passing the 1200 Metres, RATTAN was awkwardly placed close to the heels of WINNING VIBE.
Passing the 800 Metres, FLYING MACHINE was taken wider and without cover by WINNING VIBE which shifted out.
Passing the 400 Metres, BEST EFFORT was checked when held up for clear running behind TRIUMPHANT LIGHT which was giving ground.
Also passing the 400 Metres, WINNING VIBE shifted in of its own accord and bumped KING’S MAN which resulted in that horse racing tight between WINNING VIBE and THE SHOW. A short distance later, WINNING VIBE was checked when crowded for room between KING’S MAN and COOL AND NEAT (J Moreira) which got its head on the side and shifted in before being directed back out to relieve the tightening to WINNING VIBE. J Moreira was advised that whilst WINNING VIBE had initiated the incident due to its racing manners and was consequently unbalanced, nonetheless he must ensure that he makes every endeavour to prevent his mounts from shifting ground.
Passing the 300 Metres, THE SHOW, which was giving ground, was steadied away from the heels of KING’S MAN (H Bowman) which, when racing with its head on the side, shifted in under pressure. H Bowman was advised to exercise more care in similar circumstances.
Throughout the race, THE SHOW travelled wide and without cover.
The performances of BEAUTY LOVE, TRIUMPHANT LIGHT and FLYING MACHINE, all of which finished tailed out, were considered unacceptable. Before being allowed to race again, BEAUTY LOVE, TRIUMPHANT LIGHT and FLYING MACHINE will be required to perform to the satisfaction of the Stewards in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
When questioned, Apprentice K K Chiong (TRIUMPHANT LIGHT) stated that she had been instructed to attempt to lead if possible, however, if BEAUTY LOVE, another horse which was anticipated to take up a forward position, wanted to go too hard, then she could take a trailing position behind that horse. She said in the early stages she rode her mount along in an endeavour to lead as was her primary instruction. She said as BEAUTY LOVE improved to the outside of TRIUMPHANT LIGHT passing the 1200 Metres, she rode her mount along to ensure that she held the lead, however, when the rider of BEAUTY LOVE did not continue forward, she immediately endeavoured to steady the tempo in the lead on TRIUMPHANT LIGHT. She said however that TRIUMPHANT LIGHT, as is usual, raced with its head on the side and lay out and she attempted to have the horse race closer to the rail whilst also attempting to steady the tempo in front as she was aware that the race was being run at a faster tempo than she would have liked. She said however that, despite her efforts, TRIUMPHANT LIGHT continued to race away from the rail and lay out and because of this she was not able to steady the tempo in the lead as much as she had hoped. Apprentice Chiong added that TRIUMPHANT LIGHT continued to lay out and shifted out further rounding the Home Turn. A veterinary inspection of TRIUMPHANT LIGHT immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
A veterinary inspection of WINNING VIBE immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
RATTAN and COOL AND NEAT were sent for sampling.

Race: 6 (504) SUPER SATIN HANDICAP Class 4 1400 m
As the start was effected, GREAT JOY bounded in the air, resulting in the horse losing a considerable amount of ground. Before being allowed to race again, GREAT JOY will be required to perform satisfactorily in a barrier trial.
GREAT TREASURE was slow to begin and then despite being ridden along failed to muster speed.
G-ONE LOVER shifted out at the start and bumped STARLIGHT.
From the outside barrier, BORN TO RACE was steadied in the early stages and shifted across behind runners.
Passing the 400 Metres, GREAT JOY was awkwardly placed close to the heels of EXPONENTS when attempting to improve outside that horse which shifted out after initially being taken out by NOTED PERFORMER.
Throughout the race, DIVINE DIYA travelled wide and without cover and in the Straight gave ground. The performance of DIVINE DIYA, which finished tailed out, was considered unacceptable. Before being allowed to race again, DIVINE DIYA will be required to perform to the satisfaction of the Stewards in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
A veterinary inspection of GOLD DRAGON immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
G-ONE LOVER and CITY LEGEND were sent for sampling.

Race: 7 (505) LUGER HANDICAP Class 3 2000 m
Whilst in the saddling stalls, STAR MAJESTIC had its left front plate refitted. STAR MAJESTIC was examined by the Veterinary Officer who said in his opinion it was suitable to race.
RICKFIELD was slow to begin, shifted out and then was steadied away from the heels of ENSURING which shifted in.
HAPPY CONTENDER shifted in at the start and bumped LOTUS STRIKES BACK.
From wide barriers, HO HO FEEL, GENERAL SHERMAN, RAGHU and REDWOOD BABY were all shifted across behind runners in the early stages.
Passing the winning post on the first occasion, HAPPY ROCKY got its head on the side and lay in towards the heels of WILLIE WAY.
WILLIE WAY lost its left hind plate near the 1800 Metres.
HAPPY CONTENDER lost its right front plate after the 1400 Metres.
Passing the 500 Metres, ENSURING shifted out and bumped HAPPY ROCKY.
Near the 350 Metres, HO HO FEEL improved into tight running between LOTUS STRIKES BACK and STAR MAJESTIC which was giving ground.
Passing the 300 Metres, HO HO FEEL was shifted in away from the heels of WILLIE WAY to continue improving.
Approaching the 100 Metres, GENERAL SHERMAN shifted in under pressure, resulting in its rider having to straighten on a number of occasions.
Throughout the race, SHARP SAILOR travelled wide and without cover.
When questioned, K Teetan stated that as WILLIE WAY had performed well at its last start when making a mid-race move into the lead, he was asked to take advantage of the horse’s inside barrier today to take up a forward position. He said in accordance with his instructions he rode his mount along in the early stages and as the opportunity presented itself after passing the winning post on the first occasion to race in front of the favourite MAMBO ROCK and with a trailing position behind JOLLY GENE, he obtained this position and after this WILLIE WAY travelled comfortably. He said however that WILLIE WAY came under pressure prior to the Home Turn and then did not finish off the race. A veterinary inspection of WILLIE WAY immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
After the race, both Z Purton (REDWOOD BABY) and C Williams (STAR MAJESTIC) said their respective mounts did not appear to be comfortable in their action over the concluding stages. A veterinary inspection of REDWOOD BABY immediately following the race found that horse to be lame in its left front leg. Before being allowed to race again, REDWOOD BABY will be subjected to an official veterinary examination. A veterinary inspection of STAR MAJESTIC immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
MAMBO ROCK and JOLLY GENE were sent for sampling.

Race: 8 (506) THE BMW HONG KONG DERBY 2017 Restricted Race 2000 m
C Williams (PRAWN BABA) was fined the sum of $2,000 for failing to wear Club provided sponsor’s apparel in this race.
LIMITLESS lifted its front feet off the ground as the start was effected and was slow to begin.
RODRICO began awkwardly.
PRAWN BABA was slow to begin and shortly after the start was steadied away from the heels of DINOZZO which shifted out.
From the outside barriers, PAKISTAN STAR and HELENE CHARISMA were shifted across behind runners in the early stages.
EAGLE WAY was also steadied in the early stages and shifted across behind runners.
Passing the winning post on the first occasion, LIMITLESS and GOLD MOUNT raced tight inside BOOMING DELIGHT (R Moore) which shifted in. R Moore was advised to exercise more care when shifting ground.
Near the 1600 Metres, LIMITLESS, which was proving difficult to settle, became badly unbalanced after being crowded for room between PRAWN BABA and BOOMING DELIGHT which shifted in. Whilst the Stewards accepted that LIMITLESS would not respond to the efforts of its rider to steady the horse in the lead up to this incident, nonetheless R Moore was reprimanded for permitting his mount to shift in when not properly clear of LIMITLESS. In this incident, GOLD MOUNT was hampered when having to be steadied away from the heels of LIMITLESS.
RODRICO travelled wide and without cover in the early stages and after the 1400 Metres was allowed to improve its position into the lead.
After the 1400 Metres, BOOMING DELIGHT proved difficult to settle and got its head up when racing close to the heels of DINOZZO.
After the 1300 Metres, GOLD MOUNT was left racing wide and without cover and passing the 1100 Metres was taken wider by DINOZZO which shifted out to improve its position.
Passing the 500 Metres, HELENE CHARISMA was checked when disappointed for running between EAGLE WAY which improved quickly around HELENE CHARISMA and GOLD MOUNT which at this time shifted to the outside of BEAUTY GENERATION. As there was no carelessness involved in this incident, no further action was taken.
After the 500 Metres, CIRCUIT HASSLER got its head on the side and lay out and near the 450 Metres was bumped by RAPPER DRAGON (J Moreira) which shifted out to improve. In this incident, both horses became unbalanced. J Moreira was advised to exercise more care in similar circumstances.
Passing the 450 Metres, MY DARLING was awkwardly placed close to the heels of DINOZZO.,
Near the 350 Metres, HELENE CHARISMA was checked when crowded for room between GOLD MOUNT which was taken in by EAGLE WAY (T Berry) and LIMITLESS which was taken out by PAKISTAN STAR (S de Sousa). Both T Berry and S de Sousa were reprimanded.
Approaching the 200 Metres, RAPPER DRAGON shifted out abruptly.
A veterinary inspection of GOLD MOUNT immediately following the race found that horse to have sustained a cut to the right front cannon.
A veterinary inspection of LIMITLESS and BOOMING DELIGHT immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
RAPPER DRAGON and PAKISTAN STAR were sent for sampling.

Race: 9 (507) COLLECTION HANDICAP Class 3 1200 m
After being loaded into the barriers, JING JING WIN became fractious and sat down. JING JING WIN was removed from the barriers and examined by the Veterinary Officer who said in his opinion it was suitable to race. JING JING WIN then proved difficult to reload. A veterinary inspection of JING JING WIN immediately following the race found that horse to have sustained a graze to the left hind cannon and a small cut to the outside of the left hind heel. Before being allowed to race again, JING JING WIN will be required to perform satisfactorily in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
NUMERO UNO was slow to begin.
CHUNG WAH SPIRIT began only fairly.
PRESIDENTPARAMOUNT began very awkwardly, shifted out abruptly despite the efforts of its rider and made heavy contact with the hindquarters of CALL ME AWESOME which became unbalanced and in turn bumped the hindquarters of ENDEARING which also became unbalanced. This resulted in PRESIDENTPARAMOUNT losing a considerable amount of ground. Before being allowed to race again, PRESIDENTPARAMOUNT will be required to perform satisfactorily in a stalls test.
ENDEARING lost its left front plate shortly after the start.
Shortly after the start, CHUNG WAH SPIRIT and OCULIST bumped. CHUNG WAH SPIRIT then got its head on the side and lay in across the heels of JING JING WIN which shifted out on jumping. This resulted in JING JING WIN becoming unbalanced.
Also shortly after the start, CLASSIC VINEGAR was steadied away from the heels of BLAZE STAMINA which shifted in. After this, CLASSIC VINEGAR was shifted across behind runners.
From a wide barrier, HAIR TRIGGER was shifted across behind runners to obtain cover in the early stages.
Also from a wide barrier, HANG’S DECISION was shifted across behind runners in the early stages.
Near the 1000 Metres, CALL ME AWESOME, which travelled wide and without cover throughout the race, commenced to prove very difficult to settle.
Making the turn after the 900 Metres, PRESIDENTPARAMOUNT was awkwardly placed behind HARBOUR NOVA.
HARBOUR NOVA lost its left front plate near the 700 Metres.
Passing the 400 Metres, CHUNG WAH SPIRIT was awkwardly placed close to the heels of JING JING WIN.
Near the 150 Metres, HAPPY HAPPY STAR was steadied away from the heels of HARBOUR NOVA which shifted out.
Over the final 100 Metres, HANG’S DECISION lay in under pressure.
Passing the 50 Metres, OCULIST was shifted in away from the heels of CALL ME AWESOME.
Throughout the race, BLAZE STAMINA travelled wide and without cover.
When questioned regarding the performance of HAPPY HAPPY STAR, J Moreira stated that, from the outside barrier, he rode his mount positively in the early stages to obtain a forward position, however, due to a number of runners going forward, he did not believe it was in the best interests of the horse to continue to pursue the lead and for this reason he elected, after the 1000 Metres, to steady his mount and obtain cover. He said HAPPY HAPPY STAR initially got its head up when being steadied, however, he was able to shift in to obtain cover after the 900 Metres. He said when he did this HAPPY HAPPY STAR raced greenly and appeared to resent racing behind runners with the kickback. He added in the early part of the Straight HAPPY HAPPY STAR initially responded to his riding, however, the horse came under pressure over the final 200 Metres and then finished off the race one-paced. He said at this stage of its career HAPPY HAPPY STAR lacks maturity and as such today’s run was not as disappointing as it may have seemed. A veterinary inspection of HAPPY HAPPY STAR immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
JING JING WIN, RIGHT CALL and HANG’S DECISION were sent for sampling.

Race: 10 (508) AKEED MOFEED HANDICAP Class 2 1400 m
HEALTHY JOYFUL shifted out at the start and bumped MIGHTY MAVERICK.
WATER DIVINER was checked on jumping when crowded for room between BULLISH SMART and GOLD LAND which shifted out abruptly despite the efforts of its rider,
WESTERN EXPRESS began only fairly.
Passing the 700 Metres, JOLLY JOLLY was taken wider by HEALTHY JOYFUL.
After the 600 Metres, GOLD LAND lay in and made the Home Turn awkwardly. GOLD LAND continued to lay in and passing the 400 Metres shifted in and brushed the running rail.
Apprentice H N Wong (FLYING TOURBILLON) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding [Rule 100(1)] in that approaching the 200 Metres he permitted his mount to shift in when not clear of MIGHTY MAVERICK, causing that horse to be checked and to lose the running to which it was rightfully entitled. In the circumstances, Apprentice Wong was suspended from riding in races for a period to commence on Sunday, 9 April 2017 and to expire on Thursday, 13 April 2017 on which day he may resume race riding (2 Hong Kong racedays).
For the majority of the race, SUPER LIFELINE travelled wide and without cover.
After the race, K Teetan stated that, from the outside barrier, he had been asked to shift MIGHTY MAVERICK across behind runners to ensure that the horse did not race unnecessarily wide. He said MIGHTY MAVERICK travelled reasonably in the run and then in the early part of the Straight commenced to close off the race only fairly before striking interference approaching the 200 Metres. He said at the time of suffering interference MIGHTY MAVERICK was not travelling strongly and he did not believe that the horse would have finished much closer to the placegetters than it did. A veterinary inspection of MIGHTY MAVERICK immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
A veterinary inspection of GOLD LAND and WATER DIVINER immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
WESTERN EXPRESS and SUPER LIFELINE were sent for sampling.

General
1.
Race 10 was put back 5 minutes.
2.
After the running of Race 1, the track classification was officially changed from “Good” to “Good to Yielding”. This change in the opinion of the Stewards should be recorded as being retrospective. As a consequence of this, the official results will show Race 1 being run on a track rated “Good to Yielding”.
3. Additional Veterinary Reports from Happy Valley Racemeeting on 15 March 2017
Subsequent official veterinary inspections (without endoscopy) of JUMBO HAPPINESS, CHEER WIN, GOLDEN PARTNERS, AUDACITY, ROYALE ELEGANCE, NASHASHUK, EMPIRE STAR, WINASWEWISH, GO GO WIN, WAYFOONG VINNIE, DIAMOND MASTER, HARRIER JET, HEALTHY LUCK, VICTORY BOYS, PIKACHU, THUNDER STOMP, JETWINGS and SUPER TURBO revealed no apparent abnormality.
4.
Racing Laboratory tests of SHOW MISSION, GIDDY GIDDY, BEAUTY CONNECTION, PERPETUAL JOYANCE, TRUMP, MIDNITE PROMISE, MUTUAL JOY, SUM WIN DRAGON, EXCELLENCE, SOUL ACHIEVER, CONTRIBUTION, ARM RUNDA, HIGH VOLATILITY, I’M A WITNESS, ALL MY GAIN, GENEROUS HEART, GIANT TURTLE, ANDOYAS, HAPPY ROCKY, WHO’STHEDUDE, VICTORY MARVEL and LOTUS BREEZE (8.3.17) proved negative.
Summary
1. Withdrawals
Race 2: SUPERNATURAL at barriers on veterinary advice.

Race 3: ABLE FRIEND on 17.3.17 on veterinary advice.

GIANT TREASURE on 18.3.17 on veterinary advice.

Race 4: LUCKY KINGDOM on 18.3.17 on veterinary advice.
2. Fine
Race 8: C Williams (PRAWN BABA): $2,000 for failing to wear Club provided sponsor’s apparel in this race.
3. Reprimands
Race 8: T Berry (EAGLE WAY) for shifting in near the 350 Metres.
S de Sousa (PAKISTAN STAR) for shifting out near the 350 Metres.

R Moore (BOOMING DELIGHT) for shifting in near the 1600 Metres.
4. Warnings
Race 5: J Moreira (COOL AND NEAT) for shifting in a short distance passing the 400 Metres.

H Bowman (KING’S MAN) for shifting in passing the 300 Metres.

Race 8: R Moore (BOOMING DELIGHT) for shifting in passing the winning post on the first occasion.

J Moreira (RAPPER DRAGON) for shifting out near the 450 Metres.
5. Suspension
Race 10: Apprentice H N Wong (FLYING TOURBILLON) for careless riding approaching the 200 Metres (from 9 April 2017 until 13 April 2017 on which day he may resume race riding – 2 Hong Kong racedays).
6. Bleeder
Race 1: PEACE COMBINATION
7. Stalls Tests
Race 4: A FAST ONE

Race 9: PRESIDENTPARAMOUNT
8. Barrier Trials
Race 1: PEARL HARBOUR

Race 4: SICHUAN CHIEF

Race 5: BEAUTY LOVE

TRIUMPHANT LIGHT

FLYING MACHINE

Race 6: GREAT JOY

DIVINE DIYA

Race 9: JING JING WIN
9. Official Veterinary Examinations
Race 1: PEARL HARBOUR

Race 2: SUPERNATURAL

Race 3: ABLE FRIEND

GIANT TREASURE

Race 4: LUCKY KINGDOM

SICHUAN CHIEF

Race 5: BEAUTY LOVE

TRIUMPHANT LIGHT

FLYING MACHINE

Race 6: DIVINE DIYA

Race 7: REDWOOD BABY

Race 9: JING JING WIN
 
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