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STEWARDS REPORT

 

Australian Turf Club

ROSEHILL GARDENS RACECOURSE

 

Saturday 21 May 2022

 

Weather:                 Overcast

Track:                     Heavy (9)

Rail:                        True

Penetrometer:         6.09

 

COMMITTEE OF STEWARDS:M. F. Van Gestel (Chairman), S. G. Railton, C. L. Albrecht, T. P. Moxon, J. C. Roger and J. D. Boehm.

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Supplementary Reports:

Newcastle Saturday 9 April 2022

Race 1 –Pacific Brick Paving Metro & Prov Maiden Handicap 1400m:

Graphite Miss – App. M. Derrick (Mum’s The Boss), in the presence of her master, Ms K. Buchanan, was found guilty of a charge of careless riding under AR131(a), in that approaching the 150m she allowed her mount to shift out when insufficiently clear of Graphite Miss, which struck the heels of Mum’s The Boss, fell and dislodged its rider, C. Reith. App. Derrick’s permit to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Tuesday 24 May 2022 and to expire on Tuesday 14 June 2022, on which day she may ride.

 

Scone Friday 13 May 2022

Race 5  Capitalist @ Newgate Class 1 Handicap 1100m:

As You Were– Trainer Mr B. Heys advised that a subsequent endoscopic examination revealed a throat abnormality and the colt will now undergo tie-back surgery and be spelled. 

 

Scone Saturday 14 May 2022

Race 5 – Westpac Rescue Helicopter 3&4yo Benchmark 72 Handicap 1300m:

Sacrimony– Stable representative Mr C. Duckworth reported that the gelding had pulled up well following its disappointing performance and he advised that the stable would continue with its preparation.

 

Different Strokes– Trainer Mrs K. Waugh reported that blood tests revealed no abnormalities with the gelding and she advised that Different Strokes had done well in the stable since its last start. She advised that the intention was to continue with the current preparation.

 

Race 6 – Coolmore Denise's Joy Stakes 1100m:

Exotic Ruby– Trainer Mr B. Baker reported that he was satisfied with the post-race condition of Exotic Ruby, however, advised that the mare will now be spelled.

 

 

Kensington Wednesday 18 May 2022

Race 3 – Admire Mars @ Arrowfield Handicap 1550m:

Podium– Stable representative Mr C. Duckworth advised that the gelding may not have been suited by being stepped up in class, however, he advised that no issues had come to light subsequent to the run.

 

Race 4 – Vinery Yearlings Handicap 1300m:

Escaped– Trainer Mr J. Deamer reported that a subsequent veterinary examination revealed that the gelding had an entrapped epiglottis and he advised that Escaped will now undergo tie-back surgery and be spelled.

 

Royal Randwick Trackwork Wednesday 18 May 2022

La Perushka- The Waterhouse-Bott stable advised that the filly bled from both nostrilsfor the second time at trackwork and will now be retired from racing (AR79(6)).

 

Hawkesbury Thursday 19 May 2022

Race 5 – Pink Finss Charity Maiden Plate 1100m:

Novia– Trainer Mr B. Widdup reported that he was satisfied with the post-race condition of Novia, however, advised that the mare will now be spelled.

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LATE RIDER CHANGES:

As C. Schofield was indisposed, Stewards approved the following rider replacements:

Race 1

T. Berry on Valspar

Race 2

Q. Krogh on Tigertude

Race 6

K. Latham on Mahis Angel

Race 7

B. Avdulla on Aleas

Race 9

J. Collett on Zing

Race 10

T. Berry on Skywolf

 

RACE 1: Precise Fire Handicap 1200m:

Northern Beaches– On jumping was bumped by Dark Harmony, which shifted out and as a result became unbalanced. From a wide barrier Northern Beaches then was shifted behind runners in the early stages. When being directed to the outside of Madame Pommery near the 350m became awkward on that runner’s heels for a short distance when Madame Pommery shifted out.

 

Kandos Cosmos– Began only fairly.

 

Dark Harmony– On jumping was bumped by Vinnie’s Spirit, which shifted out. Dark Harmony then shifted out and made contact with the hindquarter of Northern Beaches. Raced keenly in the middle stages and at the 700m had to be steadied to avoid the heels of Madame Pommery.

 

O’Tycoon– On jumping was hampered by Madame Pommery, which shifted in. R. King reported that the colt failed to handle today’s heavy track conditions. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities other than the colt lost its near-fore plate.

 

Vinnie’s Spirit– Began only fairly, shifted out and bumped Dark Harmony.

 

Shaquila– From the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Under pressure in the early stages of the straight was inclined to race greenly and lay in.

 

Valspar– Slow to begin. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities other than a superficial wound to the near-hind leg.

 

RACE 2: TAB Highway Handicap 1200m:

Hardware Lane– When questioned regarding the disappointing performance, T. Berry advised that the gelding travelled well in the run and then when asked for an effort soon after straightening responded only fairly before finishing off the race in a disappointing manner. He could offer no real excuse for the performance today. When questioned regarding his riding in the early stages of the straight and as to whether there was an opportunity to improve to the outside of Boom Boom Basil, T. Berry stated that he had observed Overextend lay out on the home turn and as he was not sure whether that runner would resume its position closer to Boom Boom Basil, he elected to secure an inside run. He stated that his decision to take the inside run also was influenced by the fact that Boom Boom Basil also commenced to shift out approaching the 350m and, therefore, he felt the inside run was his safest option to improve into the event. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover. Trainer Mr M. Beer undertook to report back on the post-race condition of Hardware Lane in the days subsequent. T. Berry was fined $500 under AR131(b) for failing to ride the gelding out to the end of the race.

 

King’s Trust– Slow to begin and then was crowded between Hardware Lane and Boom Boom Basil, both of which shifted ground. From its wide barrier King’s Trust then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Markwell Dreamer– Began only fairly. Approaching the 300m was obliged to be directed to the outside of King’s Trust to secure clear running.

 

Tigertude– Slow to begin. Leaving the 800m became unbalanced when positioned close to the running rail. At the 400m, when held up for clear running, was checked from the heels of Who But Roo and shifted in to secure clear running.

 

Who But Roo– K. Latham was permitted to ride the gelding a half kilogram over its allocated weight of 55kgs. K. Latham reported that the gelding travelled comfortably in the run but when asked for an effort from the 600m failed to respond and did not handle the heavy track conditions. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Overextend– Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

Miss Kingston– On jumping was bumped on the hindquarter by All Formidable, which shifted out. Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. Raced keenly in the middle stages when caught wide. Near the 500m became unbalanced when bumped by Bean Hot, which was taken out when improving to the outside of Overextend, which was inclined to lay out.

 

All Formidable– Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with the hindquarter of Miss Kingston.

 

RACE 3: Schweppes Handicap 1500m:

Rangi Toa– When questioned regarding his riding and the performance of the gelding, H. Bowman advised that he had expected to hold the lead and rode his mount in a positive manner in the early stages to hold that position. He added that when French Bonnet showed intent to cross and lead his mount, and he felt the pace of the event was genuine, he elected not to contest the lead in the early stages. He said that once French Bonnet crossed his mount, he then considered racing outside that runner, but when Barrichello improved to his outside and went forward, he elected to hold a trailing position behind Barrichello. H. Bowman added that when placed under pressure in the straight Rangi Toa responded to his riding reasonably well, however, in his opinion the gelding was not suited by the genuine early pace, which resulted in his mount not being able to finish off the race in a strong manner. H. Bowman added that in his opinion Rangi Toa may be suited by being stepped up in distance where it could hold the lead at a more comfortable tempo.  A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities apart from a bilateral nasal discharge.

 

Philipsburg– Began only fairly.

 

Elusive Jewel– On jumping was bumped by Manderboss, which shifted out. Approaching the 1400m was steadied to avoid the heels of Rangi Toa, which ran out at that point.

 

Manderboss– On jumping, shifted out, made contact with Elusive Jewel and became unbalanced.

 

Hollywood North– Began only fairly. T. Berry reported that the gelding raced flat. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover. Stable representative Mr C. Duckworth advised that the gelding will now be spelled.

 

Barrichello– When questioned regarding the performance, J. Parr stated that the intention was to obtain a position with cover behind the leaders. He said that when the expected leader, Rangi Toa, did not contest the lead and remained wide, this resulted in Barrichello having to be ridden forward to cross that runner and race outside the lead. He added that in his opinion Barrichello was not suited by being ridden in this manner, and that was the principal reason for the gelding weakening in the straight.

 

RACE 4: Midway Handicap 1400m:

Bazooka – Began awkwardly. J. Parr reported that whilst the gelding travelled comfortably in the early stages, when asked to quicken from the 600m failed to respond and weakened thereafter. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

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

 

Son Of Sampson – Began only fairly.

 

Bentley Magic – Shortly after the start was hampered when bumped by Highly Desired.

 

Anagain – As H. Bowman was overweight, Stewards approved J. Ford as the replacement rider. H. Bowman was fined $200 under AR190(3). Began only fairly.

 

Starboreta – On jumping was bumped by Anagain, which shifted out. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to be lame (1/5) in the near-foreleg. Trainer Mr N. Doyle advised that Starboreta will now be spelled. Notwithstanding this advice, Mr Doyle was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Starboreta is permitted to race/barrier trial again.

 

Rover – Slow to begin and shortly after the start was bumped by Starboreta, which shifted out. Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. Over the concluding stages laid in towards the heels of Highly Desired and could not be fully tested.

 

Al Sahara – Began awkwardly and shortly afterwards was crowded between Marnix and Bluff 'N' Bluster, which shifted out.

 

Bob’s Your Uncle – Began awkwardly and shortly after the start was steadied when crowded between Media Starguest and Bentley Magic, which was taken out by Highly Desired. From a wide barrier Bob’s Your Uncle then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

RACE 5: Canadian Club Handicap 2000m:

Arnaqueur– K. Latham reported that the gelding settled behind the leader as instructed but failed to finish off the race and in retrospect may not have been suited by being ridden in a forward position today.  A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Classic Diva– Co-trainers Mr C. Maher and Mr D. Eustace were fined $200 under AR194 for presenting Classic Diva in the yard not by the prescribed time. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the filly to be slow to recover.

 

Sea Treasures– Slow to begin and then was bumped by Classic Diva, which shifted out. Raced keenly in the early stages and made the crossing near the 1800m awkwardly.

 

Saucey Horsey– App. T. Sherry reported that he had to made some use of the filly to hold a position outside the lead. He stated that although the tempo of the event was strong in the early stages, he was able to obtain some more moderate sections through the middle stages of the event, but the filly came under pressure from the 600m and did not respond to his riding. He added that on easing up Saucey Horsey made a minor respiratory noise. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. The Maher-Eustace stable was asked to report back on the post-race condition of the filly.

 

Achira– From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Raced wide and without cover for the majority of the event. S. Clipperton (Aravene) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that leaving the 1800m he allowed his mount to shift in when not clear, resulting in Achira losing its rightful running and being steadied and hampering Queenmaker. S. Clipperton’s licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Sunday 29 May 2022 and to expire on Sunday 5 June 2022, on which day he may ride.

 

Awesome Wonder– On jumping was crowded between Kopangi and Charity Spirit, which shifted in. T. Berry reported that the filly failed to handle today’s heavy track conditions. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Mum’s The Boss– Lost its near-hind plate during running. When questioned regarding her riding of the filly and as to whether there was an opportunity to start a forward move from the 700m, A. Collett stated that her instructions were to take up a forward position and to ensure the filly was provided with plenty of racing room when under pressure in the straight. She stated that in the early stages when caught wide she was obliged to make some use of Mum’s The Boss in order to cross Sea Treasures and take up a position behind Saucey Horsey. She said that after being able to take up that position, the tempo of the event was strong. She added that near the 700m she contemplated shifting to the outside of Saucey Horsey to start a forward move, however, having regard to the use she had to make of her mount in the early stages and the strong early pace of the event, she elected to remain racing behind Saucey Horsey as she felt that horse would provide her with a trail into the event. She added that when Sea Treasures improved quickly to her outside she was unable to secure a position to the outside of Saucey Horsey and soon after that runner commenced to give ground quickly, which resulted in Mum’s The Boss being badly held up and checked from the heels of that runner. A. Collett added that from the 600m she had endeavoured to secure running to the outside of Saucey Horsey, but as that runner continued to give ground it shifted out and this prevented her from being able to commence a forward move and, as a result, remained held up behind that runner. She further added that at the 350m she was able to secure clear running on the filly and when placed under full pressure ran on reasonably well. After considering her explanation Stewards advised A Collett that the tactics adopted were not unreasonable, however, she was advised wherever possible she should endeavour to position her mounts to take advantage of any opportunity to improve their position.

 

Kopangi– Shortly after the start was steadied when crowded between Awesome Wonder and Mum’s the Boss, which shifted out.

 

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

 

Queenmaker– Slow to begin and from a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. After being held up for clear running between the 400m and the 300m then had to be steadied near the 200m when disappointed for a run between Vandelay Style and Saucey Horsey, both of which were giving ground. Queenmaker then was shifted to the inside of Vandelay Style near the 150m to secure running.

 

RACE 6: Fujitsu General Handicap 1800m:

Arapaho– Raced wide and without cover from near the 1000m.

 

Shibli– From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. B. Avdulla stated that when he became concerned there may be something amiss with the gelding, he eased it down over the final 200m. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be displaying a heart irregularity. Trainer Mr C. Waller was advised that a veterinary clearance, including satisfactory ultrasound results, will be required before Shibli barrier trials to the satisfaction of the Stewards prior to its next race start.

 

Dynasties– Began only fairly. When questioned regarding the disappointing performance T. Berry reported that as far out as racing along the back straight the filly did not travel comfortably in the Heavy (9) track conditions even though the tempo of the event was only moderate. He said that when placed under pressure Dynasties was unable to pick up in the heavy ground and together with its rise in weight today the filly was unable to finish off the race as well as expected. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Co-trainer Mr Paul Snowden stated that being a three-year-old filly Dynasties was obliged to carry a heavy weight and he concurred with T. Berry that Dynasties found it difficult to finish off on the heavy track. Mr Snowden undertook to report back to the Stewards on the post-race condition of the filly and indicated that at this stage the intention would be to continue with its preparation.

 

Oceanic Flash– From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Near the 300m had to be directed to the inside of Dynasties to continue into clear running. App. T. Sherry reported that Oceanic Flash did not handle today’s heavy track.

 

Rebel Rama– Lost near-hind plate during running. When questioned regarding the mare racing more forward today, App. E. Hennessy stated that her instructions were to take up a midfield position. She added that Rebel Rama commenced well today and as a result she attempted to take advantage of the good start but was obliged to race wide and without cover until being able to obtain a trailing position behind Mahis Angel near the 1000m.

 

Travelling Kate– Began awkwardly.

 

Whodat– S. Clipperton was permitted to ride the gelding one kilogram over its allocated weight of 54kgs. Slow to begin and from a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

RACE 7: City Of Parramatta Lord Mayor’s Cup 2000m:

Taikomochi– Despite being ridden along in the early stages did not show sufficient pace to take up a more forward position.

 

Aleas– When questioned regarding the performance, B. Avdulla stated that the gelding travelled satisfactorily in the early stages, but from the 1000m, when Marroni commenced a forward move, Aleas came under pressure and did not respond to his riding in the straight. He added that over the final 250m when well beaten he eased the gelding down. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover. Trainer Mr C. Waller was advised that Aleas would be required to barrier trial to the satisfaction of the Stewards prior to being permitted to race again.

 

Marroni– J. Parr was permitted to ride the gelding one kilogram over its allocated weight of 55kgs. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be displaying cardiac arrhythmia. Trainer Mr A. Forsman was advised that a veterinary clearance, including the results of an ECG, will be required before Marroni barrier trials to the satisfaction of the Stewards.

 

Rock– Slow to begin and from the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Irish Sequel– T. Berry reported that his mount did not handle today’s heavy track conditions.

 

The Frontman– J. Collett was permitted to ride the gelding a half kilogram over its allocated weight of 54kgs. Hampered on jumping by Mirann, which shifted in.

 

Pappalino– Began only fairly.

 

Bethencourt– When questioned J. Ford stated that although he was able to hold the lead, Bethencourt did not travel strongly in that position. He stated that when Marroni commenced a forward move near the 1000m the gelding immediately came under pressure and continued to travel only fairly whilst holding the lead. He further stated that from the 600m his mount did not respond to his riding and weakened as a result. He added that given the pressure applied to Bethencourt from the 1000m, the gelding failed to run out the 2000m of today’s event. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be displaying a poor recovery. Trainer Mrs K. Waugh stated that she also felt that Bethencourt was not able to see out the 2000m of today’s event after being challenged in the lead in the early and middle stages on the heavy track. Mrs Waugh undertook to report back on the progress of the gelding in the days subsequent.

 

Mirann– Began awkwardly and shortly after the start was crowded by Taikomochi, which shifted in. Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

RACE 8: Furphy Handicap 1200m:

Lady Of Luxury– On jumping was bumped by Bitcoin Baby, which shifted out.

 

Irish Angel– Slow to begin and from a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Mosht Up– Began awkwardly. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. App. E. Hennessy pleaded guilty to a charge under AR132(6)(c) for using the whip when her mount was out of contention. App. Hennessy was fined $200. App. Hennessy reported that after leading, Mosht Up was disappointing in the manner in which it failed to respond to her riding in the straight. She added that the mare raced flat. Stewards will follow up with trainer S. Schofield to check on the mare’s post-race condition and to establish his plans for Mosht Up.

 

Sunborn– J. Parr reported that the mare failed to handle the heavy track conditions, particularly when placed under pressure from the 600m. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Bitcoin Baby– On jumping shifted out and bumped Lady Of Luxury.

 

RACE 9: Kia Handicap 1500m:

Bartholomeu Dias – Slow to begin and then was steadied from the heels of Solar Apex, which shifted out.

 

Thorin – A. Collett reported that the gelding pulled hard throughout the event and refused to settle. She added that as a consequence Thorin improved forward from the 1000m when racing wide and without cover.

 

Milk Man – Between the 400m and the 250m was held up for clear running.

 

Solar Apex – Began only fairly.

 

Tampering – Began awkwardly.

 

Zing – J. Collett reported that after being shifted to the outside soon after straightening, his mount was unable to quicken on the heavy track and finished off one-paced. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Quintello – On jumping was bumped by Milkman which shifted out.

 

Luvoir – As S. Clipperton was overweight, K. O'Hara was substituted as the rider of the gelding. S. Clipperton was fined $200 under AR190(3). Overraced throughout the early and middle stages.

 

RACE 10: Bowermans Handicap 1200m:

Spaceboy – The gelding, which was standing awkwardly in its barrier, was slow to begin.

 

Rainbow Connection – S. Clipperton stated that the gelding raced too keenly in the run and as a consequence was unable to finish off the race, particularly being first up today from a long break. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Titanium Power – Began awkwardly. Laid in from the 200m.

 

Heza Gentleman – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

Ready To Humble – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

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

 

Skywolf – When questioned T. Berry stated that the intention was to be more forward on the gelding, however, Skywolf jumped awkwardly and as a result was positioned towards the rear of the field in the early stages. He stated that Skywolf then improved its position in the middle stages of the event, however, commenced to race keenly and for some distance near the 1000m got its head up and raced ungenerously. He added that in his opinion Skywolf was unsuited by racing outside its normal racing pattern in a forward position and also was not entirely comfortable on today’s heavy track. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Co-trainer Mr M. Hawkes concurred with the views of T. Berry and undertook to report back on the post-race condition of the gelding and future race plans.

 

The Big Easy – J. Collett reported that the gelding did not handle today’s heavy conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

S. Clipperton (Boom Boom Basil)

6 strikes

Race 4

App. E. Hennessy (Highly Desired)

App. D. Gibbons (Bentley Magic)

8 strikes

6 strikes

Race 6

E. Hennessy (Rebel Rama)

S. Clipperton (Whodat)

7 strikes

6 strikes

Race 7

R. King (Hopeful)

J. Collett (The Frontman)

6 strikes

6 strikes

Race 9

T. Berry (Quintello)

6 strikes

 

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

Race 1: Northern Beaches, Kandos Cosmos, Dark Harmony, O’Tycoon

Race 2: Pure Fuego, Hardware Lane, Tigertude, Overextend

Race 3: French Bonnet, Rangi Toa, Elusive Jewel, Barrichello

Race 4: Media Starguest, Son Of Sampson, Anagain

Race 5: Ting Tong, Classic Diva, Sea Treasures, Saucey Horsey, Awesome Wonder

Race 6: Dream Runner, Dynasties, Perfect Radiance (2), Travelling Kate

Race 7: Aleas, Hopeful (2), The Frontman, Bethencourt

Race 8: Lady Of Luxury, Irish Angel, Calgary Queen, Sunborn

Race 9: Night Of Power, Zing, Quintello

Race 10: Rainbow Connection, El Buena, Skywolf, The Big Easy

 

SUMMARY

Fines:

Race 2: T. Berry (Hardware Lane) fined $500 – not ride mount out to finish (AR131(b)).

Race 4: H. Bowman (Anagain) fined $200 – overweight (AR190(3)).

Race 5: Classic Diva (co-trainers Maher and Eustace) fined $200 – not present horse to enclosure by prescribed time (AR194).

Race 8: App. E. Hennessy (Mosht Up) fined $200 – use whip on horse out of contention (AR132(6)(c).

Race 9: S. Clipperton (Luvoir) fined $200 – overweight (AR190(3)).

Reprimands:

Nil.

Suspensions:

Supplementary Reports: Newcastle Saturday 9/4/2022:

Race 1:App. M. Derrick (Mum’s The Boss) 24/5/2022 to 14/6/2022 – careless riding (AR131(a)).

Race 5: S. Clipperton (Aravene) 29/5/2022 to Sunday 5/6/2022 – careless riding shifting in (AR131(a)).

Warnings:

Nil.

Trials:

Race 6: Shibli (trainer C. Waller) – heart irregularity.

Race 7: Marroni (trainer A. Forsman) – cardiac arrhythmia.

Certificates:

Race 4: Starboreta (trainer N. Doyle) – lame (1/5) near-foreleg.

Race 6: Shibli (trainer C. Waller), including ultrasound – heart irregularity.

Race 7: Marroni (trainer A. Forsman), including ECG results – cardiac arrhythmia.

Bleeders:

Randwick Trackwork 18/5/2022:

La Perushka(co-trainers Waterhouse and Bott) – both nostrils second time. Banned from racing (AR79(6)).

Falls/Injuries:

Nil.

Tactics notified:

Race 2: Who But Roo – To settle further forward: Settled off  pace.

Race 3: French Bonnet – To be ridden prominently: Led.

Race 3: Barrichello – To be ridden more forward: Settled on pace.

Race 4: Marnix – To be ridden further forward: Settled off pace.

Race 5: Arnaqueur – To be ridden further forward: Settled on pace.

Race 5: Mum’s The Boss – To be ridden further forward: Settled off pace.

Race 5: Queenmaker – Option to be ridden more conservatively from a wide barrier: Settled back.

Race 5: Sea Treasures To be ridden more forward: Settled midfield.

Race 8: Calgary Queen – To be ridden further forward: Settled outside leader.

Change of Colours:

Nil.

Change of Gear:

Nil.

Follow-up:

Race 2: Hardware Lane (trainer M. Beer – post-race condition and future plans.

Race 6: Dynasties (co-trainers Peter & Paul Snowden) – post-race condition.

Race 7: Bethencourt (trainer K. Waugh) – post-race condition.

Race 10: Skywolf (co-trainers M. W. and J. Hawkes) – post-race condition and future race plans.

 

 

 

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