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STEWARDS REPORT

 

Australian Turf Club

ROSEHILL GARDENS RACECOURSE

Saturday 4 December 2021

 

Weather:          Overcast

Track:               Good (4)

Rail:                 +4m

Penetrometer:   5.08

 

COMMITTEE OF STEWARDS: T. P. Moxon (Chairman), C. L. Albrecht, J. J. E. Earl, J. B. Marshall and Cadets P. L. Phillips and K. A. Smart

                                                                                                                         (sp)

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Supplementary Report:

 

Warwick Farm – Wednesday 1 December 2021

 

Race 5: Harry Angel @ Darley Handicap 1100m:

Russbuss- Stewards questioned App. R. Jones regarding his riding out over the concluding stages. App. Jones explained that, shortly after the start, his saddle shifted and, as the race progressed, his saddle shifted further. He added that near the 100m his mount shifted in, resulting in his saddle shifting further and causing him to become unbalanced. He said after applying pressure to his mount for a short distance thereafter, due to concerns with his saddle, he desisted from pressuring his mount over the last few strides. Whilst noting his explanation and acknowledging that App. Jones reported his difficulties immediately following the race, Stewards were of the view that his actions may have compromised his finishing position, however, given the explanation tendered, elected not to take the matter any further other than advise him that at all times, where possible, he should ensure that he rides his mounts out to the end of the race.

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RACE 1: Cabra-Vale Diggers Handicap 1350m:

Nicci's Fling – Began only fairly. Raced keenly in the middle stages.

 

Amica – Began awkwardly and made contact with the offside partition of the barrier.

 

Fashchanel – Over the concluding stages laid out, placing its rider at a disadvantage in fully testing the mare to the finish line. When questioned, App. R. Jones stated that he was instructed to obtain a position with cover just behind the leaders. He said that after beginning satisfactorily, when he noticed Nicci's Fling improve to his inside, he attempted to obtain cover behind that runner. He said, however, that Fashchanel commenced to race keenly and, as a consequence, he was unable to restrain the mare to obtain a trailing position behind Nicci's Fling. He said that, as a consequence, Fashchanel raced wide and without cover until near the 700m when ultimately able to obtain cover behind Nicci's Fling. App. Jones acknowledged that, in hindsight, the better option would have been, when caught wide and when racing keenly, to allow Fashchanel to stride forward in an endeavour to obtain a position closer to the rail, particularly as the tempo of the race reduced throughout the middle stages.

 

Saigon – Slow to begin and was then shifted behind runners in the early stages from the outside barrier. When questioned regarding his riding rounding the home turn, J. McDonald stated that, whilst he was aware that Amica had commenced a forward move to his outside approaching the 500m, he was reluctant to shift out when positioned wide and without cover as he was mindful that Saigon was first up today and he felt that would have been detrimental to his chances in exposing the mare too soon. He said that for this reason he elected to improve to the inside of Fashchanel where he was able to obtain a position behind favoured runner Nicci's Fling. He said that, after being unable to immediately place his mount under pressure in the early part of the straight, he was able to place Saigon under pressure from the 350m whereby the mare finished its race off well, however, in his opinion, its run had come to an end inside the final 50 metres.

 

Air To Air – Slow to begin. Raced keenly in the middle stages. Passing the 300m was steadied when disappointed for a run between Nicci's Fling and Strange Charm. Air To Air was then held up before shifting to the inside of Strange Charm inside the 200m. Air To Air, over the final 100 metres, was awkwardly placed at the heels of Shihonka and, as a consequence, was unable to be fully tested to the line.

 

RACE 2: TAB Highway Handicap 1800m:

So Say You – Shortly after the start, shifted out and made contact with the hindquarter of Laughing Or Crying.

 

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

 

Call Me Artie – Began awkwardly and, shortly afterwards, was bumped on the hindquarter by Laughing Or Crying.

 

Lucky Banner – Began awkwardly and, shortly afterwards, was bumped and carried wider by Call Me Artie. Near the 500m was crowded between Sumdeel and The View, which shifted out to avoid the heels of Casirina.

 

Sumdeel – Slow to begin and, from the outside barrier, was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. Near the 500m was hampered by Lucky Banner, which was taken out. Near the 400m was steadied from the heels of Lucky Banner (App. R. Jones), which shifted out when not clear. In this incident Sumdeel made contact with Room Number. In all the circumstances, App. Jones was reprimanded.

 

Casirina – A post-race veterinary examination of Casirina, which gave ground noticeably from the 600m, revealed it to have bled from both nostrils and to be displaying cardiac arrhythmia. As this was the first occasion, Trainer Mr R. Stitt was advised of the provisions of AR79(4). Furthermore, Mr Stitt was advised that a veterinary clearance, including the results of an ECG, would be required prior to Casirina having to barrier trial to the satisfaction of the Stewards.

 

Laughing Or Crying – Shortly after the start was crowded for room between Call Me Artie and So Say You, which shifted out. Rider J. Ford reported that leaving the 600m he identified Casirina giving ground quickly, however, at that point his mount was inclined to lay in and proved reluctant to shift away from the rail. He said that, as a consequence, Laughing Or Crying had to be severely checked for some distance approaching and passing the 500m when awkwardly placed after improving on to the heels of Casirina. J. Ford added that, due to the severe interference that Laughing Or Crying suffered and when he was in a position out of contention, he did not test the gelding in the home straight. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Hokahey – Rider K. O'Hara reported that her mount raced keenly and hung out throughout the event, placing her at some disadvantage. A post-race veterinary examination revealed Hokahey to be slow to recover.

 

Room Number – Slow to begin and was then shifted behind runners in the early stages from a wide barrier. Near the 500m was hampered and carried wider by Lucky Banner, which was taken out by The View. Passing the 400m was bumped by Sumdeel, which was taken out by Lucky Banner.

 

The View – Near the 500m was steadied and shifted out to avoid the heels of the weakening Casirina.

 

RACE 3: Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Sprint 1200m:

Snitzonfire – Approaching the finishing line was bumped by Warrior Hero, which shifted out, and when awkwardly placed on the heels of Starman, Snitzonfire was unable to be ridden out over the final two strides.

 

Sonnet Star – Slow to begin and was then shifted behind runners in the early stages from the outside barrier. When questioned regarding his riding in the early stages and as to whether there was an opportunity to improve along the rail and trail Warrior Hero, R. Dolan stated that, whilst he was aware that that position was always available to him, due to the racing manners of Sonnet Star, which was racing fiercely, he was reluctant to improve to the inside of runners and be positioned on the rail. He said that when racing fiercely he was obliged to steady his mount to avoid the heels of Sacrimony when that runner was being restrained in advance. He said that Sonnet Star continued to race fiercely, and near the 700m shifted in and away from Ka Bling and, as a consequence, struck the running rail and became unbalanced.

 

Blow Dart – Bumped on jumping by Warrior Hero, which shifted out. Raced keenly in the lead throughout the early and middle stages. App. R. Jones reported that the gelding travelled a little keenly in the lead and when asked to quicken in the straight was one-paced and did not finish the race off as expected. He added that, in his opinion, Blow Dart may have come to the end of its current preparation. Trainer Mr B. Thompson agreed with the opinion of App. Jones and added that the gelding will be freshened up prior to its next race start.

 

Warrior Hero – Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with Blow Dart. Held up rounding the home turn and in the early part of the straight. Approaching the finishing line, shifted out slightly, made contact with Snitzonfire and became unbalanced.

 

Ka Bling – Crowded on jumping between Sacrimony and Starman, which shifted out. Raced keenly in the early and middle stages.

 

Starman – Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with Ka Bling. Raced keenly in the early stages and, near the 900m, was eased from the heels of Snitzonfire (T. Clark) when that runner shifted in when not quite clear. T. Clark was advised to exercise more care.

 

Sacrimony – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Had some difficulty securing clear running in the early part of the straight.

 

Capo Strada – Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with Starman. A short distance later Capo Strada shifted in and was restrained from the heels of Blow Dart. Approaching the 400m was bumped by Sacrimony, which shifted out.

 

RACE 4: Guildford Leagues Handicap 1100m:

Stewards considered protests lodged by the connections of 4th placegetter On The Lead and also the connections of 3rd placegetter Tycoonist against Liberty Sun being declared the 2nd placegetter, alleging interference between the 200m and the 150m. After taking evidence from all parties and reviewing the Stewards' patrol films, in regard to the protest, 4th against 2nd, the Stewards found that near the 180m Liberty Sun shifted out resulting in Tycoonist being taken wider and causing On The Lead to be briefly inconvenienced and taken out slightly. Having regard to the minor nature of the interference and the half neck margin between 2nd and 4th, the Stewards could not be comfortably satisfied that, had that interference not occurred, On The Lead would have finished in advance of Liberty Sun and the protest was dismissed.

 

Having regard to the protest 3rd against 2nd, Stewards found that for some distance approaching and passing the 200m Liberty Sun shifted out, resulting in Tycoonist being hampered and carried wider. Having regard to the manner in which both runners finished the race off and the margin of a short head between 3rd place and 2nd place, the Stewards were comfortably satisfied that, had this interference not occurred, Tycoonist would have finished in advance of Liberty Sun and therefore upheld the protest and declared correct weight on the following numbers:

1st – No. 8 Mr Mosaic

2nd – No. 7 Tycoonist;

3rd – No. 9 Liberty Sun

4th – No. 6 On The Lead

5th – No. 1 Wisdom Of Water

 

At a subsequent inquiry, K. O'Hara was advised to exercise more care and to ensure she stops riding and straightens her mounts when shifting ground in similar circumstances.

 

Wisdom Of Water – Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with I Am Power. A short distance later was bumped by I Am Power when that runner was carried in by Mr Mosaic and, as a result, became unbalanced.

 

Marway – Rider J. Parr stated that he anticipated leading the event. He said that Marway began well, however, shortly after the start, when Mr Mosaic improved to his inside, commenced to race keenly and, despite his efforts, refused to settle. He added that this resulted in Marway setting a fast tempo throughout the early and middle stages, particularly when Mr Mosaic held its position to his inside, and as a consequence was unable to finish its race off and weakened over the final 250 metres. A post-race veterinary examination revealed Marway to be lame (2/5) in the off-foreleg and to have lost its off-foreleg plate. Trainer Mr M. Newnham reported that Marway will be spelled.

 

I Am Power – Began awkwardly and, shortly afterwards, had to be steadied when crowded for room between Wisdom Of Water and Mr Mosaic, both of which shifted ground. In this incident, I Am Power made contact with Mr Mosaic and Wisdom of Water, which became badly unbalanced. I Am Power raced keenly in the middle stages. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Lashes – Shortly after the start was briefly crowded by Marway, which shifted in. Lashes was then eased and shifted behind runners in the early stages in an endeavour to obtain cover.

 

On The Lead – Began awkwardly and made contact with the offside partition of the barrier.

 

Tycoonist – Stewards permitted J. McDonald to ride the gelding ½ kilogram over its allotted weight of 54½ kilograms.

 

Mr Mosaic – Shortly after the start was bumped on the hindquarter by Lashes, which shifted in slightly. As a result, Mr Mosaic was carried in, made contact with I Am Power and became unbalanced. App. R. Jones stated that it was his intention to allow Marway to continue forward and cross his mount near the 800m, however, Mr Mosaic commenced to race keenly and, despite his efforts, refused to settle. He said that, as a result, Mr Mosaic got its head up when being restrained in the middle stages and maintained its position to the inside of Marway, which resulted in both runners establishing a sizeable margin from the remainder of the field, particularly in the middle stages.

 

RACE 5: Midway Handicap 1300m:

Black Duke – Slow to begin and was then shifted behind runners in the early stages from its wide barrier.

 

Awesome Lad – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. 

 

Arctic Thunder – Shortly after the start was bumped by Nictock.

 

Time Raid – Blundered on jumping.

 

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

 

Super – Raced keenly leaving the 1000m and, as a consequence, was steadied from the heels of Fenech. Super then continued to race keenly throughout the middle stages.

 

Rebel Bro – Began awkwardly.

 

Critical Time – Began awkwardly and lost ground. Rider J. Ford reported that the only explanation he could offer for the performance was that the colt was not suited by being stepped up significantly in grade since its last start. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Trainer Mr B. Ryan advised that Critical Time will now be spelled and he will report back to Stewards on the post-race condition of the colt in the days subsequent.

 

Ficheur – Began awkwardly. Near the 150m was hampered by Super, which shifted out. A post-race veterinary examination revealed Ficheur to have speedy cuts to both hind pasterns.

 

Burning Need – Began awkwardly and, shortly afterwards, was bumped and carried wider by Time Raid, which shifted out after blundering, and became unbalanced.

 

Nictock – Shortly after the start was crowded for room between Arctic Thunder and Ficheur, which shifted out.

 

RACE 6: Campbelltown Catholic Club Handicap 1800m:

Rousseau – Began awkwardly and, shortly afterwards, bumped Peekays Legacy. Raced keenly in the early stages.

 

La Jolie Fille – Began awkwardly and, shortly afterwards, was bumped on the hindquarter by Stolen Glance, which shifted in after beginning awkwardly. A post-race veterinary examination revealed aggravation of an old non-healing wound to the dorsal cannon of the near hind leg.

 

Karlstad – Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with Spaltet. Raced wide and without cover until near the 1100m.

 

Seduction Queen – Rider J. Parr reported that, after obtaining the lead, the mare travelled well in the early and middle stages. He said that he placed Seduction Queen under pressure on straightening, however, the mare did not respond to his riding and after giving ground uncharacteristically when under pressure in the straight and when out of contention he eased Seduction Queen over the final 100 metres as he had some concerns that there may be something amiss with the mare. A post-race veterinary examination revealed Seduction Queen to be slow to recover. Co-trainer Mr R. Freedman undertook to report back the results of  veterinary examination of the mare on return to his stables, at which time Stewards will consider what action, if any, is taken against Seduction Queen.

 

Peekays Legacy – Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with Rousseau. Near the 450m was bumped by Spaltet, which shifted out. Approaching and passing the 300m was again bumped on a number of occasions by Spaltet (J. Collett), which was being shifted out in an endeavour to obtain a run between Peekays Legacy and Rousseau. Near the 150m was again bumped by Spaltet, which shifted out slightly, resulting in Peekays Legacy becoming unbalanced. Peekays Legacy lost its near hind plate in the running. J. Collett, in all the circumstances, was advised to exercise more care when attempting to secure clear running in future.

 

Stolen Glance – Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with the hindquarter of La Jolie Fille. Raced keenly in the early stages and, approaching the 1500m, got its head up when racing in restricted room between Peekays Legacy and Karlstad, which shifted in slightly before being corrected by its rider. Stolen Glance then continued to race keenly for some distance thereafter. Near the 1100m, when continuing to race keenly, was steadied from the heels of Peekays Legacy.

 

Spaltet – Shortly after the start was bumped by Karlstad and was then shifted behind runners from the outside barrier in the early stages. Between the 350m and the 200m had difficulty obtaining clear running when attempting to improve between Rousseau and Peekays Legacy on a number of occasions. Over the concluding stages was crowded by Peekays Legacy, which shifted in despite the efforts of its rider.

 

RACE 7: Cabra Bowls Handicap 2000m:

Huetor – The gelding, which was fractious in the barriers prior to the start being effected, reared on jumping and lost ground. Passing the 600m improved on to the heels of Comme Bella Fille and was steadied.

 

Jazzland – When questioned regarding his riding, H. Bowman stated that he anticipated he would lead the event and, after beginning well, Jazzland led in the early stages, however, as he was satisfied with the tempo Jazzland was setting at that stage of the race, he did not pressure his mount to maintain the lead when New King and Born A King improved to his outside. He said that, he was satisfied with his settling position where he was able to obtain cover behind the leaders, particularly given the tempo being set at that stage of the race. He added that, approaching the home turn, he was trailing New King, however, when he noticed Born A King racing away from that runner, he shifted out in an endeavour to improve between Born A King and New King rounding the home turn. He said, however, that shortly after straightening New King laid out and, as a consequence, he was unable to improve between those runners. He said that he was still satisfied with the position that he was in as he was trailing Born A King, a favoured runner in the event, however, when he commenced to place his mount under pressure from the 350m, Jazzland commenced to lay in and when New King continued to lay out, Jazzland had to be steadied when disappointed for running between Ladylovestogamble and New King approaching the 200m. H. Bowman added that, having regard to his positioning in relation to New King, where he was always positioned to the outside of the heels of that runner at all times in the straight, he would have had to significantly restrain Jazzland to be in a position where he could shift to the inside of New King to secure clear running. H. Bowman stated that due to the difficulties the gelding endured in the straight, he was not overly disappointed with the overall performance of Jazzland. A post-race veterinary examination revealed Jazzland to have a small superficial laceration to the off-fore cannon.

 

Avion Fury – Raced keenly in the early stages.

 

RACE 8: Dooley's Handicap 1500m:

Francesco Guardi – Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with the hindquarter of Waihaha Falls. Raced keenly in the middle stages and, near the 1000m, was eased from the heels of Highballer (R. Dolan) when that runner shifted in when not fully clear. R. Dolan was advised to exercise more care.

 

Le Vizir – Began awkwardly. Raced keenly in the early and middle stages and when left racing wide and without cover passing the 1200m was allowed to stride forward and assume a position outside the leader Too Much Caviar passing the 800m. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Too Much Caviar – Rider J. Van Overmeire stated that after obtaining the lead his mount travelled well, however, when under pressure in the straight Too Much Caviar was one-paced and somewhat disappointing in its failure to finish the race off. A post-race veterinary examination revealed Too Much Caviar to be displaying a poor recovery rate. Co-trainer Mr A. Bott stated that it was the stable's intention to drop Too Much Caviar back in grade. Mr Bott was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required prior to Too Much Caviar being permitted to race or barrier trial again. 

 

Casino Kid – Shortly after the start was bumped by Green Flash, which was carried in. Was inclined to lay in under pressure over the final 100 metres. App. R. Jones dropped his whip passing the 100m.

 

Green Flash – Shortly after the start was bumped and carried in by Waihaha Falls, which shifted in.

 

Waihaha Falls – Stewards permitted H. Bowman to ride the gelding ½ kilogram over its allotted weight of 56 kilograms. Shortly after the start was bumped on the hindquarter by Francesco Guardi.

 

Deficit – Began only fairly and was then shifted behind runners in the early stages from a wide barrier.

 

Highballer – A post-race veterinary examination revealed Highballer to have sustained a speedy cut to the off-hind pastern.

 

RACE 9: Bankstown Sports Club Handicap 1400m:

Brutality – Began only fairly. Raced keenly in the middle stages.

 

Grand Piano – Slow to begin. Rider N. Rawiller reported that after settling at the rear of the field he commenced to place the gelding under pressure in the early part of the straight. He said, however, leaving the 300m when under full pressure Grand Piano shifted out abruptly, felt awkward in its action and, as he then had concerns for Grand Piano, he restrained the gelding out of the race from the 200m. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Trainer Mr J. Thompson advised that, having regard to the performance, Grand Piano will undergo veterinary examination on return to the stables and consideration would be given to the racing future of the gelding. Mr Thompson was advised that, before racing again, a veterinary clearance would be required prior to Grand Piano having to barrier trial to the satisfaction of the Stewards.

 

So Wicked – Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with Oxford Tycoon. Shortly afterwards was crowded for room between Oxford Tycoon and Katalin, both of which shifted ground.

 

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

 

Canasta – Rider R. King reported that the gelding laid in under pressure in the straight and for some distance approaching the 100m made contact with the running rail, placing her at a disadvantage in fully testing her mount. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Katalin – Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with So Wicked.

 

Oxford Tycoon – Shortly after the start was bumped by So Wicked, which shifted in after beginning awkwardly. Raced keenly in the middle stages and after being crossed by Canasta was then steadied from the heels of that runner approaching the 1000m.

 

RACE 10: Smithfield RSL Club Sprint 1200m:

Two Big Fari – On straightening was briefly crowded by Tinker McPhee, which was laying out.

 

Much Much Better – Began awkwardly.

 

Hawker Hurricane – Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with Amiche. Hawker Hurricane was then shifted behind runners from a wide barrier in the early stages.

 

Ranges – Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with Amiche. Ranges was then shifted behind runners from a wide barrier in the early stages. Raced keenly in the middle stages and, near the 600m, was steadied from the heels of Two Big Fari.

 

Amiche – Shortly after the start was crowded for room between Ranges and Hawker Hurricane, both of which shifted ground. Amiche was then shifted behind runners from a wide barrier in the early stages. Rider J. Parr reported that the mare was stirred up in the parade ring and also behind the barriers. He said that after suffering interference at the start and losing ground, Amiche settled towards the rear of the field. He added that he was not satisfied with the manner in which Amiche travelled throughout the event and when placed under pressure soon after straightening Amiche did not respond to his riding and was one-paced in the run to the finish. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Stewards will follow up on the post-race condition of Amiche in the days subsequent.

 

Tamerlane – Began awkwardly and, shortly afterwards, was hampered by Hawker Hurricane, which was carried wider after making contact with Amiche. Tamerlane was then shifted behind runners in the early stages from the outside barrier. Rider H. Bowman reported that from the outside barrier he was instructed to ride the gelding conservatively today and, as Tamerlane was first up, he was further instructed to save ground rather than make a wide run rounding the home turn. He said that after settling at the rear of the field in the early and middle stages he was trailing Hawker Hurricane, however, when he formed the view approaching the 600m that that runner would not take him into the race, he shifted out to commence a forward move from the 600m trailing Amiche. He said that, having regard to his instructions and the manner in which Amiche was travelling rounding the home turn, he did not want to shift to the outside of Amiche and make a wide run, therefore he shifted back to the inside whereby Tamerlane secured clear running passing the 400m. He said that he was then able to place his mount under pressure whereby his mount commenced to close the race off well. H. Bowman added that, after passing the 200m, Tamerlane commenced to lay in and proved somewhat reluctant to shift to the outside of the eventual winner El Buena, and although he was able to continually ride his mount with some vigour, he was unable to fully test Tamerlane from the 200m until approaching the 50m due to its racing manners when inclined to lay in. H. Bowman further added that once he secured clear running, and when balanced up, Tamerlane finished its race off well.

 

Tinker McPhee – Began awkwardly and, shortly afterwards, was crowded for room by Much Much Better, which shifted in after beginning awkwardly. Hung out rounding the home turn.

 

Rammstein – Began awkwardly. Rider K. McEvoy reported that he had to make some use of the gelding in the early stages to maintain the lead and he believed this was the principal reason for Rammstein not being able to finish the race off when asked for an effort in the straight. A post-race veterinary examination revealed that Rammstein had shifted its off-fore plate.

 

Queen Bellissimo – Began only fairly and, shortly afterwards, shifted in and made contact with El Buena. Raced keenly throughout the early stages.  

 

GENERAL:

Summary of whip use:

Stewards noted that 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 5

K. O'Hara (Nictock)

6 strikes

Race 9

R. Bayliss (Brutality)

7 strikes

Race 10

A. Collett (Queen Bellissimo)

7 strikes

 

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

Race 1:  Nicci's Fling, Saigon (2), Redoute's Image

Race 2:  Call Me Artie, Casirina, Laughin Or Crying, Lord Desanimaux

Race 3:  Ka Bling, Sacrimony (2), Capo Strada

Race 4:  Wisdom Of Water, I Am Power, Mr Mosaic, Liberty Sun

Race 5:  Fenech, Time Raid, Rebel Bro, Critical Time, Nictock

Race 6:  La Jolie Fille, Karlstad, Seduction Queen, Spaltet, Rousseau

Race 7:  Huetor, Avion Fury, Comme Bella Fille, Welsh Legend

Race 8:  Deficit, Highballer, Francesco Guardi

Race 9:  So Wicked, Canasta, Katalin, Bigboyroy

Race 10: Two Big Fari, Much Much Better, Tinker McPhee, Queen Bellissimo, Tamerlane

 

SUMMARY

Fines:

Nil.

Reprimands:

Race 2: App. R. Jones (Lucky Banner) – shifted out when not clear (AR131(a)).

Suspensions:

Nil.

Bleeders:

Race 2: Casirina (Trainer Mr R. Stitt) – bled from both nostrils (AR79(4)).

Warnings:

Nil.

Trials:

Race 2: Casirina (Trainer Mr R. Stitt) – cardiac arrhythmia and bled from both nostrils (AR79(4)).

Race 9: Grand Piano (Trainer Mr J. Thompson) – poor performance.

Certificates:

Race 2: Casirina (Trainer Mr R. Stitt) – veterinary clearance including ECG (cardiac arrhythmia).

Race 8: Too Much Caviar (Co-trainer Mr A. Bott) – poor post-race recovery.

Race 9: Grand Piano (Trainer Mr J. Thompson) – poor performance.

Fall/Injuries:

Nil.

Tactics Notified:

Race 3: Starman – to settle further forward: Settled on pace.

Race 3: Sacrimony – to be ridden conservatively: Settled midfield.

Race 5: Diva Bella – to be ridden conservatively: Settled back.

Race 5: Rebel Bro to be ridden further forward: Settled off-pace.

Race 7: Ladylovestogamble – option to lead: Settled off-pace.

Race 7: Born A King – to settle further forward: Settled on pace.

Race 7: Welsh Legend – option to settle forward in a midfield position if possible: Settled midfield.

Race 8: Waihaha Falls – to be ridden further forward: Settled off-pace.

Race 8: Deficit – if begins well, option to settle further forward: Settled back.

Race 9: Canasta – to be ridden to lead: Led.

Race 10: Tinker McPhee – to be ridden conservatively with cover: Settled midfield.

Race 10: Queen Bellissimo – to obtain a forward position with cover: Settled on pace.

Change of Colours:

Nil.

Change of Gear

Nil.

Follow up:

Race 5: Critical Time (Trainer Mr B. Ryan) – post-race

condition.

Race 6: Seduction Queen (Co-Trainer Mr R. Freedman) –

post-race condition.

Race 9: Grand Piano (Trainer Mr J. Thompson) – future

race plans.

Race 10: Amiche (Trainer Mr E. Cummings) – post-race

condition.

 

 

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