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STEWARDS REPORT

 

Australian Turf Club

ROSEHILL GARDENS RACECOURSE

 

Saturday 15 June 2024

 

Weather:                 Overcast

Track:                     Heavy (8); downgraded to Heavy (9) at 11.09am retrospectively to include Race 1

Rail:                        +6m

Penetrometer:         5.96

 

COMMITTEE OF STEWARDS:T. P. Moxon (Chairman), C. L. Albrecht, S. C. Knight, S. T. Matthews, D. J. Bucknell and Cadets L. J. Lee, E. E. Norris and E. R. Anderson.

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Supplementary Reports:

Royal Randwick Saturday 8 June 2024

Race 3 – TAB Highway 1100m:

King Rupert– Trainer Mr T. Howlett reported that he was satisfied with the post-race condition of the gelding.

Canterbury Park Monday 10 June 2024

Race 4 – Precise Air Handicap 1550m:

Pink Baroque– Stable representative Mr D. Fitton reported that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of the mare, but the decision was made to retire Pink Baroque.

Kensington Wednesday 12 June 2024

Race 6 – Headwater @ Vinery Stud Handicap 1400m:

Waikiki– Stable representative Mr D. Fitton reported that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of the mare, but the decision was made to retire Waikiki.

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LATE RIDER CHANGES:
As G. Buckley was injured, Stewards approved the following replacements:
Race 1 App. B. Wheeler on Lady Justice (No suitable senior rider available at the weight).
Race 2 K. McEvoy on So Good So Cool
Race 3 J. Parr on Shihab
Race 9 A. Bullock on Vegas Outlaw

 

LATE SCRATCHINGS:
Due to the downgrading of the track, Stewards permitted the following late scratchings:
Race 5 Ivan’s Hero(trainer C. Waller) at 11.17am
Race 6 Miss Emma(trainer C. Waller) at 11.17am
Eye Pea Oh(co-trainer W. Freedman) at 11:58am
Race 7 Hi Dubai(trainer C. Maher) at 11.20am

 

RACE 1: Chandon Handicap 1400m:

Swiftfalcon– From the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Near the 900m was hampered and carried wider by Shanwah, which shifted out. Laid in under pressure over the final 150m.

 

Shanwah– Slow to begin and from a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Near the 900m shifted out after becoming awkwardly placed at the heels of Sleuth. Shanwah then raced wide and without cover from that point.

 

Superhero– Slow to begin. A. Collett reported that although she was able to obtain a favourable position with cover behind the leaders, the colt had some breathing issues throughout the event and she believed this to be the reason for her mount not responding to her riding in the straight and then weakening over the final 300m. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the colt to be lame (1/5) in the off-hind leg. Stable representative Mr A. Lau was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Superhero is permitted to race/barrier trial again.

 

Vetwelve– After being loaded into the barriers, reared and got its off-foreleg over the front of the barriers. Acting on veterinary advice, the gelding was a late scratching at 11:00am. Stewards ruled that all moneys invested on Vetwelve be refunded in full and that all successful wagers made prior to 11.00am be subject to the following cents in the dollar deductions from the face value of each ticket:

1st Swiftfalcon                              5¢, 7¢

2nd Graceful Artist                       

3rd Sovereign Hill                        

Stable representative Mr J. Moyle was advised that Vetwelve would be required to barrier trial to the satisfaction of the Stewards prior to being permitted to race again.

 

Lady Justice– Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with Lulo Link. Laid out rounding the home turn. App. B. Wheeler reported that the filly did not handle the Heavy track conditions. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities apart from a superficial abrasion to the near-hind leg.

 

Lulo Link– On jumping was hampered when crowded between Sleuth and Lady Justice, which shifted out.

 

Sleuth– On jumping was bumped by Lulo Link, which was taken out by Lady Justice.

 

RACE 2: Midway Handicap 1200m:

Conrad– From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover and to have lost both front plates during running.

 

Navy Blood– After being loaded into the barriers, reared and got its near-foreleg over the front of the barrier. The colt was removed from the barriers, underwent a veterinary examination and was deemed a late scratching at 11.38am. Stewards ruled that all moneys invested on Navy Blood be refunded in full and that all successful wagers made prior to 11.38am be subject to the following cents in the dollar deductions from the face value of each ticket:

1st Flightcrew                        15¢, 13¢

2nd Rush Hour                              15¢

3rd Cripps Tonite                          15¢

Co-trainer Mr W. Freedman was advised that Navy Blood would be required to barrier trial to the satisfaction of the Stewards prior to being permitted to race again.

 

Cripps Tonite– Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with Bluff 'N' Bluster.

 

Rush Hour– From the 350m until passing the 300m had difficulty obtaining clear running when endeavouring to improve into a narrow run between Cripps Tonite and Cecilia.

 

Zoukerino– A. Bullock was permitted to ride the gelding a half kilogram over its allotted weight of 57.5kgs. Approaching the 500m was eased from the heels of Cecilia when attempting to improve between that runner and Sebrenco. From the 400m until approaching the 300m was held up before endeavouring to improve into a narrow run between Sebrenco and So Good So Cool (K. McEvoy). Passing the 300m Zoukerino then had to be checked when disappointed for this run due to So Good So Cool shifting in. K. McEvoy was advised that whilst in this instance the Stewards were satisfied Zoukerino had not fully established the run between Sebrenco and So Good So Cool, in similar circumstances, he must ensure when he shifts ground he does so without causing interference to other runners. Zoukerinothen remained held up until near the 150m where it was shifted to the outside of So Good So Cool.

 

Sebrenco– The mare, which was in the barrier adjacent to the fractious Vetwelve, underwent a veterinary examination and was deemed suitable to start. Raced keenly in the early stages and near the 800m was steadied and shifted out off the heels of Zoukerino. Then raced wide and without cover from the 700m.

 

Bluff ‘N’ Bluster– Shortly after the start was bumped by Cripps Tonite, which shifted out. Near the 150m was obliged to alter course to the inside of Glenbower to continue into clear running.

 

Flightcrew– Approaching the first turn near the 800m, when racing keenly, was steadied from the heels of Glenbower (J. Ford) when that runner shifted in when not fully clear. J. Ford was reprimanded. App. M. Bourke pleaded guilty to a charge under AR132(7)(a)(ii) in that she used the whip on 9 occasions prior to the 100m, four more than permitted. App. Bourke was fined $500.

 

Glenbower– A post-race veterinary examination revealed the colt to be lame (1/5) in the off-foreleg. Stable representative Mr J. Crowley was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Glenbower is permitted to race/barrier trial again.

 

Sumo Star– Slow to begin. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be displaying a poor recovery. Trainer Mr G. Portelli was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Sumo Star is permitted to race/barrier trial again.

 

RACE 3: TAB Highway Handicap 1400m:

Shihab– Began awkwardly and shortly after was hampered when crowded between Barcelona Express and Silver Halo, which shifted in. From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Approaching the 600m was steadied from the heels of Invasive Dreams when that runner lost ground after being crowded.

 

Silver Halo– Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with Shihab.

 

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

 

Final Comment– Near the 600m bumped with Barcelona Express on two occasions.

 

Letme Entertainyou– On jumping was bumped by McKeon, which was taken out by Invasive Dreams. A. Collett reported that she had to make some use of her mount in the early stages to attempt to cross the runners to her inside. She added, however, that when Letme Entertainyou did not show sufficient speed to do so and when Know Thyself and McKeon held their positions to her inside, she then attempted to obtain cover after the 1200m. She said that Letme Entertainyou  raced keenly when being restrained between the 1200m and the 1000m. She added that Letme Entertainyou then was obliged to raced wide and without cover for the remainder of the event. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

McKeon– On jumping was hampered when crowded between Letme Entertainyou and Invasive Dreams, which shifted out.

 

Barcelona Express– Near the 600m bumped with Final Comment on two occasions. Approaching the 300m had to be steadied when awkwardly placed to the inside of Letme Entertainyou, which shifted in slightly.

 

Ensign Parker– K. Latham  was permitted to ride the gelding a half kilogram over its allotted weight of 55kgs. K. Latham reported that his mount hung out rounding the home turn and in the early part of the straight.

 

He’s A Copy Boy– Passing the 800m was steadied from the heels of Royal Teens.

 

Invasive Dreams– On jumping shifted out and made contact with McKeon. Approaching the 600m was steadied when crowded between Silver Halo and Royal Teens, which shifted out when racing keenly.

 

Royal Teens– Slow to begin and despite being ridden along in the early stages, failed to muster sufficient speed to hold a more-forward position. Raced keenly throughout the middle stages.

 

RACE 4: James Squire Handicap 2000m:

Vega Magnifico – App. J Stanley reported that although it was intended to settle further forward, he had hoped to obtain cover. He said that Vega Magnifico, which was racing in blinkers for the first time, responded well to his riding in the early stages and when caught wide he allowed the gelding to stride forward into the lead approaching the 1600m. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Camaguey – Shortly after the start was bumped by Marsabit, which was taken in by Perfect Play. Near the 500m improved onto the heels of Vega Magnifico and was steadied. On straightening made contact with Gulf Of Mexico when being shifted to the outside of Vega Magnifico.

 

Fulfilled – Shortly after the start was bumped by Dschingis Prestige, which was taken out by Lyrical Gangster. From a wide barrier Fulfilled then was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Had difficulty obtaining clear running in the early part of the straight.

 

Principessa – Held up rounding the home turn. Over the concluding stages was unable to be fully tested when improving to be positioned close to the heels of Gulf Of Mexico.

 

Perfect Play – Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with Marsabit. Near the 500m was eased from the heels of Dschingis Prestige.

 

Dschingis Prestige – On jumping was bumped by Lyrical Gangster, which shifted out. A. Morgan reported that after obtaining a forward position, Dschingis Prestige travelled comfortably. He said, however, that he could offer no explanation for his mount’s failure to respond to his riding rounding the home turn and in the early part of the straight. He added that when out of contention he did not test the gelding over the final 200m. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Lyrical Gangster – Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with Dschingis Prestige. From a wide barrier Lyrical Gangster then was shifted behind runners in the early stages. S. Clipperton reported that after settling at the rear of the field his mount travelled comfortably. He said, however, that the gelding found it difficult to make up any appreciable ground in the straight and he believed this to be due to Lyrical Gangster not being suited on the Heavy track. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Gulf Of Mexico – After being caught wide and without cover in the early stages was allowed to stride forward to obtain a position outside the leader Vega Magnifico near the 1400m. On straightening was hampered and carried out by Camaguey when that runner was being shifted to the outside of Vega Magnifico.

 

Marsabit – Shortly after the start was hampered when crowded between Camaguey and Perfect Play, which shifted in.

 

RACE 5: TAB Handicap 1400m:

True Crime– Lost its off-hind plate during running.

 

Silvanito– Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with Little Cointreau. From the outside barrier Silvanito then was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Approaching the 200m was inconvenienced when Runwiththetide shifted out under pressure. Passing the 50m made contact with Little Cointreau.

 

Little Cointreau– On jumping was hampered when crowded between Captain Furai and Silvanito, which shifted in. From a wide barrier Little Cointreau then was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Passing the 50m made contact with Silvanito.

 

Captain Furai– Shortly after the start shifted out and made contact with Little Cointreau. Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

Runwiththetide– Shortly after the start shifted in and made contact with Tiger Town. Near the 1300m when awkwardly placed at the heels of True Crime, shifted out and made contact with How Dare You.

 

How Dare You– Near the 1300m was bumped by Runwiththetide, which shifted out. K. McEvoy reported that the filly laid in from the 500m, placing him at a disadvantage at testing the filly with his normal vigour in the home straight. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Tiger Town– Shortly after the start was bumped by Runwiththetide, which shifted in. Approaching the 600m was eased when crowded by How Dare You, which laid in despite the efforts of its rider. Passing the 50m was steadied from the heels of Tenderize (App. J. Stanley) when that runner shifted out when not fully clear. App. Stanley was advised to exercise more care. When questioned regarding his riding over the concluding stages J. Lloyd stated that after being steadied from the heels of Tenderize inside the 50m, he shifted back to the inside of that runner whereby he was able to place his mount under pressure briefly however as he was of the view that Tenderize would continue to shift ground, he did not test the horse over the final two strides. J. Lloyd was reminded of his obligations to ensure he rides his mounts out fully to the end of the race. In taking no direct action, the Stewards were mindful that Tiger Town had suffered some interference over the latter stages of the race. J. Lloyd pleaded guilty to a charge under AR211(1) in that he returned to scale in excess of half a kilogram overweight. J. Lloyd was fined $400.

 

Primo– Approaching the 800m, when racing keenly, was steadied from the heels of Tiger Town. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Tenderize– Raced keenly in the middle stages.

 

RACE 6: Precise Air Handicap 1300m:

Demiana– Began awkwardly and from a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. J. Parr reported that, as notified to Stewards, he had hoped to obtain a midfield position. He said, however, that after beginning awkwardly from a wide barrier, he felt the possibility of obtaining cover would be unlikely, therefore, he eased Demiana to settle towards the rear of the field to avoid racing wide and without cover. He said that his mount travelled satisfactorily throughout the middle stages and he felt when placed under pressure soon after straightening Demiana would respond, however, near the 350m the mare blundered in the going and from that point did not feel comfortable on the Heavy track. He said that when Demiana failed to respond to his riding thereafter, he then eased the mare down over the final 150m.  A post-race veterinary examination revealed Demiana to be coughing. Stable representative Mr D. Fitton was advised that Demiana would be required to barrier trial to the satisfaction of the Stewards prior to being permitted to race again.

 

Anagain– Raced keenly in the early stages. Passing the 200m was hampered and carried wider by Silent Raindrops, which was carried out.

 

Miss Jennifer– Near the 200m shifted out and made contact with Silent Raindrops.

 

Silent Raindrops– Began only fairly. Near the 200m was hampered by Miss Jennifer, which shifted out.

RACE 7: ATC Foundation Handicap 1100m:

Passeggiata– App. B. Wheeler reported that the mare led, as anticipated. He said, however, that when under pressure in the straight Passeggiata did not respond to his riding and raced flat. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Hanau– Near the 700m was crowded between Stupendo, which was racing tight to its outside, and Cinematic Star, which shifted out when making contact with the running rail. When questioned regarding his riding in the straight, K. McEvoy stated that in his view, the inside section was superior as previous winners had made their runs on that section of the track, therefore, he attempted to make his run towards the inside. He said that after obtaining clear running between One Destiny and Cinematic Star soon after straightening he placed his mount under pressure, however, the gelding did not respond to his riding as he felt it would. He said that approaching the 300m he had to reduce his vigour due to crowding by One Destiny when that runner shifted in slightly and when Cinematic Star shifted out he then was obliged to shift out across the heels of One Destiny to continue into clear running. He said that once Hanau obtained clear running approaching the 200m the gelding finished off the race only fairly and, in his view, was not entirely comfortable on the Heavy track.

                

Tsarina Sophia– Began awkwardly and shortly after was crowded between One Destiny and Wild Botanica, both of which shifted ground. Near the 700m was steadied from the heels of Hanau. Approaching the 900m was crowded by Stupendo when that runner shifted in abruptly. After passing the 900m was steadied when again crowded by Stupendo (App. C. Keatings), which shifted in when not clear. App. Keatings was reprimanded.

 

Cinematic Star– Near the 700m when racing tight to the inside of Hanau made contact with the running rail, became unbalanced, shifted out and bumped Hanau. Over the concluding stages was unable to be fully tested when racing in restricted room between Wild Botanica and One Destiny, both of which shifted ground.

 

In Flight– Passing the 200m was directed to the inside of Wild Botanica to continue into clear running.

 

Stupendo– Began awkwardly.

 

 

RACE 8: Kia Winter Cup 2400m:

Sir Lucan– When questioned regarding the improved performance from Royal Randwick on Saturday 8 June 2024, stable representative Mr N. Paine stated that at its last start the gelding had to work hard from the outside barrier to obtain the lead. He said that with the genuine early tempo today Sir Lucan was able to obtain a favourable run with cover behind the leaders where the gelding was able to settle comfortably. He said that he believed this to be the main reason for the gelding’s improved performance.

 

Hopeful– When caught wide in the early stages was eased after passing the winning post on the first occasion to obtain a position with cover behind midfield.

 

Mount Popa– When questioned regarding his riding in the early stages, J. Lloyd reported that he was instructed to ride the gelding in a forward position and preferably with cover. He said that after beginning well he was able to obtain the lead in the early stages, however, when Mount Popa commenced to race keenly and when he had observed Youth Spirit being ridden along to obtain a more forward position, he elected to ease Mount Popa to allow that runner to continue forward with the view then of obtaining cover to assist his mount settling. He said, however, that when he restrained Mount Popa the gelding commenced to race ungenerously for some distance after the 1900m until near the 1600m where he was able to obtain cover behind Youth Spirit. He said that Mount Popa then continued to race keenly at the heels of Youth Spirit, obliging him to shift out and race to the outside of that runner near the 1500m. J. Lloyd agreed with Stewards that, having regard to Mount Popa’s racing manners, the better option would have been to allow the gelding to maintain the lead rather than restrain it for an extended period in an endeavour to obtain cover. J. Lloyd pleaded guilty to a charge under AR132(7)(a)(ii) in that he used the whip on 10 occasions prior to the 100m, five more than permitted. J. Lloyd was fined $300.

 

Torrens– Passing the winning post on the first occasion was crowded by Mount Popa (J. Lloyd), which shifted in when not clear. J. Lloyd was advised to exercise more care. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Bonny Ezra– S. Clipperton was permitted to ride the gelding a half kilogram over its allotted weight of 55kgs. Began awkwardly.

 

Youth Spirit– Began awkwardly. App. A. McLucas reported that from a wide barrier she had to make some use of the gelding to obtain the lead. She said, however, that Youth Spirit came under heavy pressure from the 600m, commenced to give ground rounding the home turn and when out of contention she eased it down over the final 300m. A post-race veterinary examination of Youth Spirit, which finished tailed off, did not reveal any abnormalities. Stable representative Mr N. Paine was advised that Youth Spirit would be required to barrier trial to the satisfaction of the Stewards prior to being permitted to race again.

 

Speycaster– J. Ford momentarily lost the use of his near-side rein near the 75m.

 

Gan Teorainn– On jumping shifted out and made contact with Funambulist.

 

Funambulist– On jumping was bumped by Gan Teorainn, which shifted out. Near the 500m was taken back through the field when held up to the inside of Sir Lucan and behind Youth Spirit when that runner commenced to weaken.

 

RACE 9: Racing for Good on July 13 Handicap 1500m:

I’mintowin– Near the 1300m made contact with the running rail.

 

Vegas Outlaw– Rider A. Bullock dropped his whip near the 100m.

 

Our Anchorage– From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Presser– On jumping was bumped by Gracilistyla, which shifted in. From a wide barrier Presser then was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Held up rounding the home turn and had difficulty obtaining clear running in the early part of the straight.

 

Gracilistyla– Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with Presser. From the outside barrier Gracilistyla then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

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

 

Danish Prince– Rider D. Panya dropped her whip near the 300m.

 

Allapercanto– A post-race veterinary examination revealed the filly to be coughing.

 

RACE 10: Rosehill Bowling Club Handicap 1300m:

Ang Pow– At the request of App. M. Bourke, Ang Pow was examined by the Club’s Veterinary Officer behind the barriers, who deemed the gelding suitable to race. Raced wide and without cover for the majority of the event.

 

Testator Silens– On jumping shifted out and made contact with Cool Jakey.

 

Able Willie– Approaching the first turn near the 1100m got its head up when racing in restricted room to the inside of Step Aside. App. A. McLucas reported that her mount did not handle the Heavy track conditions. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Baroque Road– Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with Cool Jakey. Raced keenly throughout the early and middle stages.

 

Sir Ravanelli– Began awkwardly and lost ground.

 

Cool Jakey– On jumping was hampered when crowded between Testator Silens and Baroque Road, both of which shifted ground. J. Ford reported that, as notified to the Stewards, he was instructed to ride the gelding conservatively from a wide barrier. He said that when being restrained to obtain cover, Cool Jakey got its head up and raced ungenerously for some distance in the early stages before he was able to obtain a position with cover at the rear of the field near the 900m. He added that in his opinion Cool Jakey would be better suited when ridden in a more-forward position.

 

Step Aside– K. McEvoy reported that her mount did not handle the heavy track. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

GENERAL:

Mrs K. Waugh, trainer of Conrad, pleaded guilty to a charge under AR79(4)(a) in that the gelding, which had suffered a bleeding attack on 3 February 2024, had returned to her Wyong stables on 20 March 2024 and was being trained, exercised and/or galloped, which was in breach of the provisions of that rule. Mrs Waugh was fined $400.

 

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 3 J. Parr (Shihab)
R. Jones (Royal Teens)
6 strikes
6 strikes
Race 4 A. Collett (Gulf Of Mexico)
L. Beuzelin (Marsabit)
6 strikes
6 strikes
Race 5 App. J. Stanley (Tenderize) 7 strikes
Race 6 App. A. McLucas (Ha Ha Ha) 6 strikes
Race 7 App. M. Bourke (One Destiny) 8 strikes
Race 8 K. Latham (Hopeful)
A. Collett (Gan Teorainn)
8 strikes
6 strikes
Race 9 App. A. McLucas (I’mintowin) 6 strikes

 

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

Race 1: Sovereign Hill, Swiftfalcon (2), Goodlucktome, Graceful Artist

Race 2: Conrad, So Good So Cool, Rush Hour (2)

Race 3: Shihab (2), Know Thyself (2), Silver Halo

Race 4: Dschingis Prestige, Lyrical Gangster, Strathtay (2), Gulf Of Mexico

Race 5: Silvanito (2), Little Cointreau, Runwiththetide

Race 6: Ha Ha Ha (2), Amati (2), Miss Emma, Silent Raindrops

Race 7: Hanau, Hi Dubai, One Destiny, Cinematic Star

Race 8: Sir Lucan (2), Hopeful (2), Torrens, Speycaster, Funambulist

Race 9: I’mintowin (2), Vegas Outlaw, Our Anchorage

Race 10: Testator Silens, Sandpaper, Baroque Road

 

SUMMARY
Fines: General: Trainer Mrs K. Waugh (Conrad) fined $400 – breach of AR79(4)).
Race 2: App. M. Bourke (Flightcrew) fined $500 - use whip 9 occasions prior to 100m (AR132(7)(a)(ii)).
Race 5: J. Lloyd (Tiger Town) fined $400 – return to scale more than half kilogram overweight (AR211(1)).
Race 8: J. Lloyd (Mount Popa) fined $300 – use whip 10 occasions prior to 100m (AR132(7)(a)(ii)).
Reprimands: Race 2: J. Ford (Glenbower) – careless riding shifting in (AR131(a)).
Race 7: App. C. Keatings (Stupendo) – careless riding shifting in (AR131(a)).
Suspensions: Nil.
Warnings: Nil.
Trials: Race 1: Vetwelve (trainer J. Sargent) – reared in barriers.
Race 2: Navy Blood (co-trainer W. Freedman) – reared in barriers.
Race 6: Demiana (trainer C. Waller) – poor performance.
Race 8: Youth Spirit (co-trainers G. Waterhouse & A. Bott) – poor performance.
Certificates: Race 1: Superhero (trainer A. Neasham) – lame (1/5) off-hind leg.
Race 2: Glenbower (trainer A. Cummings) – lame 1/5) off-foreleg.
Race 2: Sumo Star (trainer G. Portelli) – poor recovery.
Bleeders: Nil.
Falls/Injuries: Nil.
Tactics notified: Race 1: Graceful Artist – Intention to be ridden further forward: Settled off pace.
Race 3: Silver Halo – To be ridden further forward: Settled midfield.
Race 6: Demiana – To be ridden more conservatively near midfield: Settled at the rear.
Race 7: In Flight – To be ridden further forward: Settled on pace.
Race 8: Torrens – To be ridden further forward: Settled on pace.
Race 9: Vegas Outlaw – To be ridden further forward: Settled on pace.
Race 10: Cool Jakey – To be ridden more conservatively: Settled at the rear.
Change of Colours: Race 6: Miss Jennifer (trainer D. Williams) – club colours.
Change of Gear: Nil.
Follow-up: Race 7: Passeggiata (trainer B. Baker) – post-race condition.

 

 

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