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STEWARDS REPORT

 

Australian Turf Club

ROYAL RANDWICK RACECOURSE

 

Saturday 13 April 2024

 

Weather:                 Fine

Track:                     Soft (5); upgraded to Good (4) at 1.07pm

Rail:                        +4m from 1400m to WP, +3m remainder

Penetrometer:         5.31

 

COMMITTEE OF STEWARDS: S. G. Railton (Chairman), K. Kelly, T. P. Moxon, C. L. Albrecht, S. C. Knight and Cadets B. D. Beasley and E. E. Norris.

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Supplementary Reports:

Gosford Thursday 4 April 2024

Race 1 – Viridian Financial Group Maiden Plate 1600m:

Lucilago– Trainer's representative reported that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of the filly but advised that Lucilago has now been spelled.

 

Royal Randwick Saturday 6 April 2024

Race 2 – Schweppes Chairman’s Quality 2600m:

Verona- Stable representative Mr L. Ruddy reported that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of the mare, and an endoscopic examination revealed no significant abnormalities. He advised that the intention is to continue with its current preparation.

 

Race 5 – Newhaven Park Country Championships Final 1400m:

Russley Crown– T. Berry (Rapbidash) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that approaching the 200m he directed his mount out when insufficiently clear of Russley Crown, which, when racing tight to the inside of Sharp Shock, lost its rightful running and was checked. T. Berry’s licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Sunday 21 April 2024 and to expire on Sunday 28 April 2024, on which day he may ride.

 

Race 8 – The Star Doncaster Mile 1600m:

Lady Laguna– Stable representative Mr R. Archibald advised that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of the mare but advised that Lady Laguna has now been spelled.

 

 

 

 

Newcastle Saturday 6 April 2024

Race 6 – The Remington Muswellbrook Gold Cup 1500m:

Waihaha Falls – Trainer’s representative Mr T. Charlton reported that the stable was satisfied of the gelding but advised that Waihaha Falls has now been spelled and will return to New Zealand to continue his racing.

 

Kembla Grange Tuesday 9 April 2024

Race 7 – Balter Provincial Class 1 Handicap 1500m:

Bush Telegraph– Co trainer Mrs L. Keegan-Attard reported that she was satisfied

with the post-race condition of the filly but advised that Bush Telegraph has now been spelled.

 

Gosford Wednesday 10 April 2024

Race 2 – Sneddon Bros. Maintenance Super Maiden Handicap 1600m:

Miss Reilly– Stable representative Mr C. Duckworth reported that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of the filly.

 

Race 8 – Taste The Coast Food Festival 5th May 4yo & Up Mares Benchmark 72 Handicap 1200m:

Zanzibar Gem– Trainer’s representative Mr D. Greer reported that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of the mare.

 

Trackwork Royal Randwick Thursday 11 April 2024

Miss Couver– following trackwork was observed to have bled from both nostrils for the first time. Trainer Mr A. Cummings was reminded of the provisions of AR79(4).

 

Trackwork Royal Randwick Friday 12 April 2024

Risshuu – The G. Waterhouse-A. Bott stable reported that following trackwork the gelding bled from both nostrils for the first time. Co-trainer Mr A. Bott was reminded of the provisions of AR79(4).

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LATE RIDING CHANGES

As J. Collett was indisposed due to injury, Stewards approved the following replacements:

Race 1

App. Z. Lloyd on Okami Star

Race 3

M. Zahra on Strait Acer

Race 4

M. Zahra on Erno’s Cube

Race 5

J. Kah on Joliestar

Race 6

D. Lane on Piplup

Race 8

T. Marquand on Ceolwulf

Race 9

M. Dee on Arctic Glamour

Race 10

T. Berry on Rainbiel

 

RACE 1: Jericho Capital Fernhill Mile 1600m:

Just Party – Shortly after the start was bumped by Powers Of Opal, which shifted out.

 

Miss Busslinger – On jumping shifted out, bumped Powers Of Opal, then was bumped by Killcare Beachgirl, which shifted out.

 

Broadsiding – On jumping was bumped on the hindquarter by Tenbury Wells, which shifted out. From a wide barrier Broadsiding then was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Held up for clear running in the early part of the home straight.

 

The Three Hundred – R. Bayliss reported that it was intended to be in a more-forward position, however, despite being ridden along from the barriers, the colt failed to muster early speed and settled back in the field. He stated that when racing wide and without cover his mount travelled ungenerously and when out of contention in the home straight he eased the colt down over the final 250m. He said that The Three Hundred raced as though it may have come to the end of its preparation. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Co-trainer Mr A. Bott advised that the intention of connections is to spell The Three Hundred, during which time the colt will be gelded.

 

Killcare Beachgirl – On jumping shifted out and bumped Miss Busslinger.

 

Rasp – After passing the 1400m steadied from the heels of Powers Of Opal and, consequently, shifted out when racing keenly. Rasp then was obliged to race wide and without cover from near the 1200m.

 

Powers Of Opal – On jumping shifted in and bumped Miss Busslinger. Shortly after shifted out and bumped Just Party.

 

Rawtion – Slow to begin and from a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Over the concluding stages became awkwardly placed on the heels of Miss Busslinger.

 

Tenbury Wells – Held up for clear running prior to the 200m. A. Collett reported that it was intended to be in a more-forward position, however, the horse slipped behind as the start was effected and, consequently, lost ground, which required her to ride the colt from the rear of the field.

 

RACE 2: Bisley Workwear South Pacific Classic 1400m:

Robrick – On jumping shifted out and bumped Port Lockroy. From a wide barrier Robrick then was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Leaving the 400m was bumped and taken wider by Heman (T. Marquand), which shifted out around the heels of Kadinsky Abstract to improve. T. Marquand was advised to exercise more care when shifting ground in similar circumstances. At the 300m was inconvenienced due to Heman shifting ground.

 

Heman – Began only fairly. When directed out around the heels of Kadinsky Abstract leaving the 400m, bumped with Robrick and became unbalanced. Passing the 300m had to be corrected after shifting out and making further contact with Robrick.

 

Port Lockroy – From the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Held up for clear running in the early part of the home straight and then leaving the 200m had to be directed out a number of horses to continue into clear running.

 

Midnight Opal – On jumping shifted in and bumped Kadavar when crowded by Rhythm Of Love, which shifted in. After being held up for a short distance passing the 100m was directed to the outside of the heels of Razors to obtain clear running.

 

Lively – Approaching the 50m was directed to the inside of Butch Cassidy to continue into clear running.

 

Kandinsky Abstract – C. Williams reported that although obliged to raced wide and without cover from the 700m, he felt the colt was disappointing as it gave no response to his riding in the home straight. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the colt to be displaying mild heat stress.

 

Kadavar – Shortly after the start was bumped by Midnight Opal, which shifted in.

 

Misterkipchoge – Leaving the 1300m improved up onto the heels of Kadinsky Abstract and was steadied.

 

RACE 3: Polytrack Provincial-Midway Championships Final 1400m:

Tavi Time – Soon after the start was crowded for room between Convincebility and Little Beginnings, which shifted out. Tavi Time then was shifted behind runners and settled back in the field.

 

Strait Acer – Approaching the 200m became unbalanced after laying out and making contact with Little Beginnings.

 

Ruby Flyer – On jumping was bumped by Baltic Coast, which shifted out.

 

Ausbred Flirt – Began awkwardly. Leaving the 400m was hampered when obliged to shift out away from the heels of Little Beginnings, which became unbalanced.

 

Shadows Of Love – Trainer Mrs K. Waugh pleaded guilty to a breach of AR206(2) in that she failed to obtain the permission of the Stewards to race Shadows Of Love in heart bar plates, in which the mare was presented to race. After taking into consideration all the circumstances, Mrs Waugh was fined $750.

 

Terra Mater – Held up for clear running in the early part of the home straight before being directed to the inside of Shadows Of Love approaching the 300m.

 

Short Shorts – Began only fairly. Stewards inquired into interference suffered by Short Shorts at the 1300m. It was established that at the 1300m Short Shorts had to be checked when crowded for room inside Strait Acer, which, after improving to be racing close to the heels of Terra Mater, was inclined to lay in. Stewards were satisfied that there was no rider error that caused this incident. For some distance after this incident Short Shorts raced keenly when positioned back in the field. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Territory Express – Began only fairly. Held up for clear running between the 300m and the 200m.

 

Victory Lane – Raced very wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

Willaidow – Slow to begin. Approaching the 1300m improved up onto heels and Ausbred Flirt and was checked. Overraced in the middle stages and refused to settle. Leving the 400m shifted in and bumped the hindquarter of Convincebility.

 

Baltic Coast – On jumping shifted out and made contact with Ruby Flyer.

 

Convincebility – Leaving the 400m became badly unbalanced when bumped on the hindquarter by Willaidow, which shifted in.

 

Willinga Freefall – Raced wide and without cover from the 800m.

 

Willinga Beast – Leaving the 400m was steadied from the heels of Ausbred Flirt, which received contact from runners to its inside. After endeavouring to improve into a position between Willinga Freefall and Ausbred Flirt where there was doubtful room, had to be checked at the 150m when unable to establish this run due to Ausbred Flirt shifting out slightly.

 

Little Beginnings – After leaving the 400m shift out abruptly away from Willaidow, which became unbalanced and shifted out after bumping the hindquarter of Convincebility. Approaching the 200m was inconvenienced after receiving contact from Strait Acer.

 

RACE 4: TAB Percy Sykes Stakes 1200m:

Lady Of Camelot – B. Shinn stated that it was intended to ride the filly near the lead, however, on jumping Lady Of Camelot appeared to slip behind and made contact with El Morzillo. He said that for a short distance Lady Of Camelot felt slightly awkward in its action and for this reason he elected to obtain cover rather than ride the filly forward to race nearer to the lead.

 

Erno’s Cube – When racing keenly near the 900m got its head up when steadied from the heels of Lady Of Camelot (B. Shinn), which shifted in when not clear. While Stewards were satisfied that the racing manners of Ameena in shifting out abruptly taking More Territories out onto Erno’s Cube had contributed to this incident, nonetheless, B. Shinn was advised to exercise more care when shifting ground.

 

Castanya – A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Too Darn Lizzie – Raced wide and without cover from the 700m.

 

Fly Fly – The Club's Veterinary Officer reported that the filly sustained an injury to the off-fore pastern and was transported to the Randwick Equine Centre for further assessment and treatment. Stewards will follow up on the post-race condition of Fly Fly in the days subsequent.

 

El Morzillo – On jumping bumped by Lady Of Camelot, which shifted out. From a wide barrier El Morzillo then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Devine Force – At the 250m was hampered when it became awkwardly placed near the heels of Diddle Dumpling, which, when racing greenly, was directed around the heels of Lady Zodiac.

 

Nymphadora – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Ameena – J. McDonald was permitted to ride the filly one kilogram over its allocated weight of 54kgs. Began awkwardly and lost ground. Near the 900m, when racing greenly, hung out and became awkwardly placed behind Eneeza. Ameena then shifted in abruptly to resume its position near the running rail. After resuming its position on the running rail near the 800m was galloped on by Empress Of Japan and became very unbalanced for some distance. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities other than losing its near-hind plate during running.

 

More Territories – Between the 100m and the 50m was inconvenienced when carried in by Erno’s Cube (M. Zahra), which shifted in. M. Zahra was told to ensure he makes more effort to keep his mounts straight.

 

Empress Of Japan – Approaching the 800m blundered after striking the heels of Ameena, which shifted ground when racing very greenly.

 

Lady Zodiac – It was noted post-race that the filly was displaying mild heat stress.

 

RACE 5: Arrowfield 3yo Sprint 1200m:

Ozzmosis – Approaching the 800m was hampered when momentarily placed in restricted room to the inside of Raikoke, which shifted in before being corrected.

 

Arkansaw Kid – Began awkwardly. Raced keenly in the early stages. Held up for clear running from the 400m until near the 150m. Post-race it was noted that Arkansaw Kid was displaying heat stress.

 

Corniche – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Approaching the 300m was steadied when unable to continue improving between Red Resistance and Hedged (D. Lane), which shifted out. D. Lane was told to exercise more care in similar circumstances.

 

Red Resistance – When questioned regarding his riding, N. Rawiller stated that from the outside barrier he did not ride his mount aggressively to take up a forward position but, rather, allowed the colt to travel where comfortable, bearing in mind that Red Resistance has a breathing issue. He said that he felt as though he could obtain cover in the early stages, however, was not able to achieve this, which resulted in Red Resistance being forced to race wide and work hard throughout the middle stages of the race. He said that Red Resistance gave a limited response when placed under pressure and was one-paced to the line.

 

Schwarz – Between the 350m and the 250m was awkwardly placed when improving into a tight run to the inside of The Novelist.

 

Raikoke – On jumping shifted in and bumped with The Novelist. Raced wide and without cover from the 700m.

 

The Novelist – On jumping shifted out and bumped with Raikoke, then shifted in and bumped Hedged.

 

Hedged – Shortly after the start was crowded for room between The Novelist and Joliestar, both of which shifted ground. Rounding the home turn was held up and unable to improve. Remained held up in the early part of the home straight before being directed around the heels of Libertad approaching the 300m.

 

Joliestar – On jumping shifted out and made contact with Hedged.

 

Mumbai Muse – At the 700m momentarily raced tight inside Joliestar, which laid in. Held up for clear running from approaching the 300m until approaching the 150m where it endeavoured to improve into an available run between Arkansaw Kid and The Instructor. A short distance later, before being able to fully establish this run, had to be steadied due to Arkansaw Kid being taken in by Joliestar. T. Berry reported that, being mindful the filly can overrace, he was reluctant to ride Mumbai Muse too aggressively in the early stages to improve to be racing behind Schwarz, which provided the opportunity for Arkansaw Kid to shift in and take up an available position in advance of his mount at the 700m. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the filly to be slow to recover.

 

RACE 6: The Star Australian Oaks 2400m:

Orchestral – Began only fairly. J. McDonald stated that although the filly performed well, her finishing effort indicated that Orchestral had likely come to the end of its preparation.

 

Zardozi – Began awkwardly and then was bumped by Autumn Angel, which shifted out. From a wide barrier Zardozi then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Autumn Angel – On jumping shifted out and made contact with Zardozi. From a wide barrier Autumn Angel then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Piplup – From the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

True Fairy – After passing the winning post on the first occasion was steadied from the heels of Quintessa.

 

RACE 7: Schweppes Sydney Cup 3200m:

Military Mission – From the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Mahrajaan – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be lame (1/5) in the off-hind leg and (1/5) in the near-foreleg. Co-trainer Mr S. Ritchie was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Mahrajaan is permitted to race/barrier trial again.

 

Ashrun – On the home turn was obliged to shift out abruptly away from the heels of Serpentine and bumped with Mostly Cloudy.

 

Stockman – R. Jones reported that it was not intended to settle in a prominent position, however, when caught wide in the early stages he felt it best to allow his mount to roll forward rather than remain racing wide and without cover.

 

Selino – Began only fairly.

 

Serpentine – Became unbalanced on the home turn when taken out by Athabascan. T. Clark reported that although he had hoped to obtain cover behind Major Beel in the early stages, Serpentine did not show as much pace as it normally does and, consequently, settled slightly further back than he had hoped.

 

Amade – Stood flatfooted as the start was effected and lost significant ground (8L). Stewards will interview trainer Mr P. Stokes regarding the horse’s barrier manners.

 

Athabascan – Began only fairly. After establishing a position to the outside of Circle Of Fire rounding the home turn, shifted out and made contact with Serpentine.

 

Manzoice – Laid in and brushed the running rail approaching the 600m. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Circle Of Fire – Raced wide and without cover from the 2400m.

 

Glentaneous – Passing the winning post on the first occasion momentarily raced tight to the inside of Serpentine, which itself raced tight inside Circle Of Fire (A. Atzeni). A. Atzeni was told to ensure that he allows more comfortable racing room for runners to his inside.

 

Major Beel – Pulled extremely hard in the middle stages when racing in the lead. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Mostly Cloudy – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Raced very wide and without cover from the 900m. At the entrance to the home straight was hampered when bumped by Ashrun when that runner was obliged to shift out abruptly away from the heels of Serpentine.

 

RACE 8: Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2000m:

Mr Brightside – Co-trainer Mr B. Hayes and C. Williams were questioned regarding the tactics adopted on Mr Brightside, specifically in relation to the gelding settling in a forward position after connections had reported to Stewards that the horse was to be ridden conservatively. Mr Hayes explained that at its last start in the Australian Cup, when ridden in a prominent position, Mr Brightside had not finished off its race when required to take the field up to the breakaway leader, Pride Of Jenni, which also was engaged in this event. He said that in the parade ring C. Williams had sought some flexibility, identifying that if he were to settle at the rear of the field, Mr Brightside might be required to make up too much ground. For this reason, connections agreed to C. Williams’s request, however, the overriding requirement was for the gelding not to be ridden out of its comfort zone. He said that he was surprised Mr Brightside had settled so far forward but not critical of C. Williams’s riding, given that the gelding jumped extremely well. C. Williams explained that in assessing the makeup of the field he identified a number of runners that generally settle in a rearward position and he was concerned that if Mr Brightside was positioned at the tail of the field, it might be detrimental to its chances, and he was hopeful of being in front of at least some of those runners. He said that after Mr Brightside began well, he took the option to roll forward without making any use of his mount, and Mr Brightside raced comfortably in the early stages. When questioned regarding his riding in the middle stages when Pride Of Jenni established a significant lead, C. Williams reiterated that at its last start Mr Brightside’s chances had been hindered by being pressured prematurely to take the field up to the leader and he therefore was hopeful that another runner would improve to his outside to assist his mount in closing the margin. He said that when Place Du Carrousel improved to his outside near the 1000m, that runner did not continue to press forward. He said that he was aware Pride Of Jenni had established a significant lead but felt that if he were to have placed his mount under pressure midway through the race, this would have been to the gelding’s disadvantage, and he therefore allowed Mr Brightside to increase its tempo between the 800m and the 600m and felt that the horse was able to finish off the race as best it could. Having considered all the evidence, Stewards accepted the reasons for Mr Brightside being ridden in a more-forward position than had been notified. Stewards also formed the view that C. Williams’s riding in the middle stages was not unreasonable given the circumstances.

 

Buckaroo – After beginning only fairly shifted in and bumped with Ceolwulf. B. Shinn reported that it was intended to ride the horse in a closer position, however, Buckaroo did not muster sufficient pace to be able to achieve this.

 

Lindermann – Stewards acceded to a request to withdraw the gelding acting on veterinary advice that it was lame in the off-hind leg. Consequently, Lindermann was a late scratching at 10.25am.

 

Via Sistina – Began awkwardly and lost ground.

 

Place Du Carrousel – When questioned regarding his riding in the middle stages and whether there was an opportunity to improve to be positioned closer to the leader, Pride Of Jenni, T. Berry advised that Place Du Carrousel generally races in a midfield position or worse. He said that when travelling in third position behind Mr Brightside along the back straight, he was comfortable initially to maintain cover behind that runner, however, from approaching the 1000m he allowed Place Du Carrousel to shift out from behind Mr Brightside to improve to that runner’s outside, hoping that the tempo would quicken to reduce the margin on the leader. He said, however, that when he commenced to niggle at Place Du Carrousel from the 800m the mare gave no response, therefore, he was not able to improve his mount’s position any further. He said that Place Du Carrousel then came under heavy pressure prior to straightening, gave no response to his riding and was beaten at the 400m. He said that Place Du Carrousel raced flat and on pulling up did not feel comfortable in its action. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Stewards accepted T. Berry’s explanation.

 

Ceolwulf – On jumping was bumped by Buckaroo, which shifted in. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

RACE 9: Grainshaker Vodka Queen Of The Turf 1600m:

Atishu – Began awkwardly. When endeavouring to obtain clear running approaching the 300m shifted out and bumped Campionessa and became unbalanced. Atishu remained held up until passing the 200m. When questioned regarding his riding in the early part of the straight and whether there was an opportunity to improve closer to the inside, B. Shinn stated that in the early part of the straight he identified Semana as a runner he felt would take him further into the race. He stated also that having noted that Campionessa had raced wide and without cover, he felt that he would be able to follow Semana through and shift Campionessa out without much difficulty. He added, however, that when Campionessa maintained its position firm to the outside of Semana, this resulted in both horses bumping and Atishu not gaining clear running until passing the 200m.

 

Campionessa – On jumping shifted out abruptly and bumped Arctic Glamour. Raced wide and without cover for the majority of the event. Approaching the 300m became unbalanced when bumped by Atishu (B. Shinn), which was shifting out in an endeavour to obtain clear running. B. Shinn was reprimanded.

 

Semana – At the 1000m got its head up when being steadied from the heels of Makarena.

 

Olentia – On jumping shifted out and bumped Osmose. From a wide barrier Olentia then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Eternal Flame – Began awkwardly. Passing the 50m was inconvenienced by Semana, which shifted in before being corrected.

 

Madame Pommery – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Osmose – Shortly after the start became momentarily unbalanced after being bumped by Olentia, which shifted out.

 

Arctic Glamour – After beginning only fairly, then was hampered by Campionessa, which shifted out abruptly. From a wide barrier Arctic Glamour then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

RACE 10: Cincotta Chemist Sapphire Stakes 1200m:

C’est Magique – In the early stages raced ungenerously with its head up. Raced wide and without cover for the majority of the event.

 

Tashi – Shortly after the start was bumped by Miss Faberge, which shifted in.

 

Mirra View – At the 1100m was steadied after being cramped for room between C’est Magique and Tashi (T. Sherry), which shifted in. T. Sherry will be told to exercise more care.

 

Rainbiel – T. Berry was permitted to ride the mare a half kilogram over its allocated weight of 54kgs. After being restless in the barriers was slow to begin. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to be lame (1/5) in the off-foreleg. Trainer Mr J. Pride was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Rainbiel is permitted to race/barrier trial again.

 

Miss Faberge – Shortly after the start shifted in and bumped Tashi. From a wide barrier Miss Faberge then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Wolves – Began only fairly. Raced very wide and without cover for the majority of the event.

 

Saltaire – C. Williams reported that it was intended to settle in a more prominent position from a good barrier, however, the filly began very awkwardly and, as a consequence, settled behind midfield.

 

 

GENERAL:

 

Summary of whip use

 

The Stewards noted the following riders exceeded the permitted strikes of the whip prior to the 100m under AR132(7)(a)(ii). Bearing in mind the totality of whip use, no action was taken.

 

Race 2

J. Kah (Razors)

T. Berry (Panic)

7 strikes

6 strikes

Race 3

T. Berry (Shadows Of Love)

6 strikes

Race 7

T. Clark (Serpentine)

T. Schiller (Athabascan)

6 strikes

Consecutive strikes

Race 8

B. Melham (Cascadian)

6 strikes

 

Swab samples were taken from all winners and the following runners:

Race 1: Miss Busslinger, El Castello, Rasp

Race 2: Butch Cassidy, Razors, Port Lockroy

Race 3: Tavi Time, Strait Acer (2), Ruby Flyer, Shadows Of Love, Terra Mater, Territory Express (2)

Race 4: Lady Of Camelot, Erno’s Cube, Eneeza (2), Fly Fly, Ameena

Race 5: Ozzmosis, Schwarz, The Novelist, Hedged, Joliestar (2)

Race 6: Orchestral, Quintessa, Zardozi, Tutta La Vita

Race 7: Mahrajaan, Ashrun, Kalapour (2), Serpentine, Amade, Athabascan (2), Mostly Cloudy

Race 8: Mr Brightside (2), Pride Of Jenni (2), Via Sistina (2), Place Du Carrousel

Race 9: Atishu, Zougotcha (2), Semana (2), Eternal Flame, Arctic Glamour

Race 10: Red Card, C’est Magique, Miss Hellfire, Rainbiel, Ballroom Bella

 

SUMMARY

Fines:

Race 3: Trainer K. Waugh (Shadows Of Love) fined $750 – late gear change (heart bar plates ON) (AR206(2)).

Reprimands:

Race 9: B. Shinn (Atishu) – careless riding shifting out (AR131(a)).

Suspensions:

Supplementary reports:

Royal Randwick Saturday 6 April 2024: Race 5: T. Berry (Rapbidash) 21/4/2024 to 28/4/2024 – careless riding shifting out (AR131(a)).

Warnings:

Nil.

Trials:

Nil.

Certificates:

Race 7: Maharajaan (co-trainers S. Ritchie & C. Murray) – lame (1/5) off-hind leg and (1/5) near-foreleg.

Race 10: Rainbiel (trainer J. Pride) – lame (1/5) off-foreleg.

Bleeders:

Supplementary reports:

Randwick Trackwork 11/4/2024: Miss Couver(trainer A. Cummings) – first time (AR79(4)).

Randwick Trackwork 12/4/2024: Risshuu(co-trainers Waterhouse-Bott) – first time (AR79(4)).

Falls/Injuries:

Nil.

Tactics notified:

Race 2: Panic – To be ridden further forward: Settled on pace.

Race 2: Lively – To be ridden further forward: Settled off pace.

Race 3: Willinga Beast – To be ridden near midfield: Settled off midfield.

Race 4: Eneeza – To be ridden near midfield: Settled off pace.

Race 7: Military Mission – To be ridden more conservatively: Settled back.

Race 8: Mr Brightside – To be ridden conservatively from the outside barrier: Settled off pace.

Race 8: Buckaroo – To settle further forward: Settled back.

Race 10: Miss Faberge – To be ridden more conservatively: Settled back.

Change of Colours:

Nil.

Change of Gear:

Nil.

Follow-up:

Race 4: Fly Fly (co-trainers M. W. & J. Hawkes) – post-race condition.

   
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