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Sha Tin stewards' report

Race Meeting: 11/05/2024 (Sat)
10 races - Meeting Start Time: 13:00

Going Information

Sha Tin - MIXED - Turf C Course / AWT
Going:
[Turf]GOOD(Race 1)GOOD TO FIRM(Race 3,5,6,7,8,9,10)
[All Weather Track]GOOD(Race 2,4)
Penetrometer Reading2.72(as of 08:00 am) 2.72(as of 12:00 pm)
Clegg Hammer Reading8.90(as of 08:00 am) 8.79(as of 12:00 pm)

Meeting Stewards

Mr Philip K W Lo (Chairman)
The Hon Madam Justice Susana Maria D’Almada Remedios
Mr M Van Gestel (Chief Stipendiary Steward)
Mr T Bailey (Stipendiary Steward)
Mr G Bush (Stipendiary Steward)
Mr K C Y Kwok (Stipendiary Steward)
Mr J C H Ho (Stipendiary Steward)

Mr Andrew W B R Weir MBE JP acted for Mr Philip K W Lo as Chairman for Race 8.
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Race:1 (656) YAU MA TEI HANDICAP (Sec1) Class 5 1400 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
101ALWAYS AWESOME (H245)H BowmanShifted in shortly after the start and was bumped.
42JOYFUL FRIENDSHIP (H295)M F Poon (-2)When questioned regarding his riding in the Home Straight and the reason why his mount became held up behind BEAT HOLLOW near the 150 Metres, M F Poon stated that his initial intention was to take a run to the inside of BEAT HOLLOW when that runner shifted out near the 250 Metres. He said when BEAT HOLLOW shifted back in approaching the 200 Metres and the run closed, he then contemplated shifting to the outside of BEAT HOLLOW to obtain clear running. He added when NOBLE WIN was positioned to his outside, he was unable to shift to BEAT HOLLOW’s outside and as a result was steadied away from the heels of BEAT HOLLOW for some distance thereafter. He further stated that over the final 100 Metres when BEAT HOLLOW shifted out, JOYFUL FRIENDSHIP obtained clear running and finished the race off well. The Stewards found the tactics adopted by Jockey Poon were reasonable in the circumstances.
53NOBLE WIN (H195)B AvdullaJumped only fairly.
14MASTER OF ALL (H177)M L YeungSent for sampling post-race.
85RIGHT HONOURABLE (A164)L FerrarisJumped only fairly and from a wide barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages.
66BEAT HOLLOW (G414)E C W Wong (-7)No report.
127DAILY TROPHY (H283)C Y HoShifted out on jumping. On the Home Turn lay out and despite the efforts of its rider shifted out. After the race, C Y Ho stated that the intention was to find cover, but after his mount commenced well, he was obliged to allow it to take up a more forward position.
38PERFECT PEACH (E488)L HewitsonShortly after the start was bumped by ALWAYS AWESOME which shifted in. Sent for sampling post-race.
149MORE RICE (H271)B ThompsonRaced wide and without cover for the majority of the event. After the race, B Thompson reported that his mount lay out throughout the event and gave ground in the Home Straight. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
710HO HO STAR (H291)K C LeungApproaching the 250 Metres was bumped by TSUEN WAN GLORY which shifted out and away from DAILY TROPHY.
1111TSUEN WAN GLORY (E403)M ChadwickJumped awkwardly. After the race, M Chadwick reported that his mount travelled satisfactorily until the 500 Metres where it came under pressure and gave ground from that point. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
1312HERO ICON (G422)K De MeloOn arrival at the Start, K De Melo expressed concern with the action of HERO ICON. HERO ICON was examined by the Veterinary Officer and passed suitable to race. After the race, K De Melo again expressed concern with his mount’s action in the Home Straight. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings. Before being allowed to race again, HERO ICON will be subjected to an official veterinary examination which must include additional diagnostic assessments.
213GENERAL WINNER (E376)K TeetanLay in under pressure in the Home Straight. Sent for sampling post-race.
914FORTUNE MASTER (D371)A BadelCrowded at the start by GENERAL WINNER which shifted in. After the race, the Veterinary Surgeon reported that FORTUNE MASTER was lame in its left front leg. Before being allowed to race again, FORTUNE MASTER will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.

Race:2 (657) TSIM SHA TSUI HANDICAP (Sec1) Class 3 1650 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
71ALACRITY (H210)Z PurtonA veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
42APACHE PASS (D433)H BowmanNo report.
33BERLIN TANGO (E120)B AvdullaFrom a wide barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages. Making the turn near the 1300 Metres hung out. After the 600 Metres was momentarily crowded between M UNICORN and SO WE JOY which shifted out slightly. Near the 150 Metres shifted in, resulting in its rider B Avdulla having to stop riding and straighten.
24WOODFIRE BRO (G115)K C LeungRaced wide and without cover for the majority of the event. Sent for sampling post-race.
95M UNICORN (G466)C Y HoAfter the 1500 Metres was steadied to avoid SO WE JOY (A Atzeni) which shifted in. A Atzeni was advised to exercise more care. When questioned regarding the performance, C Y Ho stated that after jumping awkwardly, his mount settled back in the field. He said approaching the first turn M UNICORN was hampered when crowded by SO WE JOY but thereafter travelled only fairly. He added in the Home Straight M UNICORN made a respiratory noise and when not in a competitive position he eased it down over the concluding stages. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race revealed that the horse was displaying an irregular heart rhythm. Before being allowed to race again, M UNICORN will be required to perform satisfactorily in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination. Sent for sampling post-race.
56SO WE JOY (D082)A AtzeniNo report.
87SAMARKAND (H070)L HewitsonIn the early stages raced keenly and got its head up when being steadied to allow WOODFIRE BRO to cross. After the race, L Hewitson reported that his mount hung out making the Home Turn. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
68ROMANTIC CHARM (H227)K TeetanNo report.
19MASSIVE ACTION (E445)H T Mo (-2)When questioned regarding the improved performance, Trainer F C Lor stated that MASSIVE ACTION was advantaged by being able to dictate in the lead today together with the light weight. Sent for sampling post-race.

Race:3 (658) MONG KOK HANDICAP (Sec1) Class 3 1000 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
21BABY CRYSTAL (H081)C Y HoSent for sampling post-race.
102FAST RESPONDER (J295)L HewitsonAfter the race, L Hewitson reported that his mount travelled satisfactorily until the 400 Metres where it came under pressure from that point and gave ground. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
33PLEASANT ENDEAVOR (E114)K C LeungNo report.
94TOY SOLTERO (J268)B ThompsonSlow to begin. Near the 700 Metres became unbalanced when racing to the outside of SUPER LOVE DRAGON.
45FLYING HIGH (E204)M ChadwickNo report.
76HAPPY UNITED (H208)Z PurtonAfter the race, Z Purton could offer no explanation for his mount’s disappointing performance. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
57SUPER LOVE DRAGON (J038)K De MeloJumped awkwardly and lost ground.
88HIGHLAND RAHY (J298)A AtzeniJumped awkwardly and made contact with the left side of its barrier.
69MAJESTIC EXPRESS (J244)A HamelinShortly after the start was bumped on the hindquarters.
110KA YING VICTORY (H287)A BadelSent for sampling post-race.

Race:4 (659) HUNG HOM HANDICAP (Sec1) Class 4 1650 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
21VIVA HUNTER (E369)E C W Wong (-7)After the 300 Metres was shifted to the inside of LUCKY BANNER to obtain clear running and then raced tight to the inside of that runner until near the 100 Metres. Sent for sampling post-race.
102PANDA LEGEND (H002)K De MeloNear the 100 Metres was eased when momentarily crowded by MISSION BRAVO which shifted in.
113G LINER (H072)H BowmanWhen questioned regarding his riding, H Bowman stated that the intention was to lead the event, but his mount stumbled on jumping and as a result lost ground. He said in the early stages he then attempted to ride his mount forward, however, G LINER did not show sufficient pace to cross runners to his inside and as a result he took a trailing position behind MAYHEM. He added that entering the Home Straight he was able to place his mount under pressure until near the 200 Metres where he was unable to improve between MAYHEM and TRIUMPHANT WARRIOR and as a result G LINER did not obtain clear running from that point to the finish of the event. Trainer J Richards confirmed the instructions issued.
34MISSION BRAVO (E383)L HewitsonJumped only fairly and from the outside barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages.
125FAST VICTORY (H393)K TeetanAfter the race, K Teetan stated that his mount was under pressure in the middle stages and failed to run on in the Home Straight. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
76TRIUMPHANT WARRIOR (H430)Z PurtonA veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
5 DH7LUCKY BANNER (G354)A BadelNo report.
98STARSHIP EIGHTY (H022)C Y HoHeld up on the Home Turn. Between the 150 Metres and the 50 Metres was held up for clear running behind MAYHEM.
5 DH9FOREVER FOLKS (G463)B ThompsonNo report.
810MAYHEM (H226)A AtzeniJumped only fairly. Raced wide and without cover for the majority of the event.
111SUN OF MAKFI (D157)H BentleyBumped at the start. Sent for sampling post-race.
412GO HERO (H315)Y L Chung (-3)No report.

Race:5 (660) THE KOWLOON CRICKET CLUB CENTENARY CUP (HANDICAP) (Sec1) Class 4 1200 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
51PINS PRINCE (G013)B AvdullaNo report.
72STORM LEGEND (G139)E C W Wong (-7)No report.
23KING MILES (J158)H BowmanJumped only fairly. Sent for sampling post-race.
124ROBOT MASTER (J107)H BentleyNo report.
115SUPER HIGHWAY (G050)Y L Chung (-3)Raced wide and without cover for the majority of the event. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race which included an endoscopic examination showed a substantial amount of blood in the horse’s trachea. Before being allowed to race again, SUPER HIGHWAY will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
16AWESOME TREASURE (E435)M L YeungSent for sampling post-race.
107ALP'S AFFECTION (J289)L HewitsonBumped shortly after the start and became unbalanced.
98OMAKASE (H416)K TeetanNear the 200 Metres CRAZY TREASURE improved to the inside of URBAN TRIUMPH (M Chadwick) and then was taken in slightly by URBAN TRIUMPH, resulting in OMAKASE being positioned tight to the inside of CRAZY TREASURE. When CRAZY TREASURE and OMAKASE made slight contact, OMAKASE over-reacted, became unbalanced and lost ground. M Chadwick was advised to exercise more care.
89STRATHBARRY (H413)Z PurtonFrom the outside barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages. Noted to have bled from both nostrils after the race. Before being allowed to race again, STRATHBARRY will be required to perform satisfactorily in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
410CRAZY TREASURE (J063)A BadelFrom a wide barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages. In the middle stages raced keenly and near the 650 Metres was steadied away from KING MILES. Prior to declaring weighed-in, the Stewards viewed the patrol films to ascertain if there were sufficient grounds to lodge a protest/objection against 3rd placegetter URBAN TRIUMPH on behalf of the connections of CRAZY TREASURE. After taking into consideration the minor nature of the incident and the manner in which both horses finished the race off, and when Jockey Badel did not lodge a protest/objection, the Stewards declared weighed-in on the numbers semaphored by the judge when they could not be satisfied that this incident had materially affected the finishing positions of the two horses.
611SMART LEADER (B456)K De MeloBumped shortly after the start and became unbalanced. Raced wide and without cover from the 1000 Metres.
312URBAN TRIUMPH (H200)M ChadwickNo report.

Race:6 (661) JORDAN HANDICAP (Sec2) Class 4 1200 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
41PRINCE OF PORTY (H009)Z PurtonJumped only fairly and then raced tight to the inside of STRATHPEFFER for a short distance later. After the 900 Metres was steadied away from CIRCUIT TEN. Sent for sampling post-race.
112SUPERSONIC (J192)B ThompsonRaced wide and without cover for the majority of the event.
33LO PAN SPIRIT (J233)H BentleyRaced keenly for some distance after the 1000 Metres when positioned tight to the inside of SUPERSONIC.
94CIRCUIT MAXIMUS (J347)L HewitsonRaced keenly throughout the early and middle stages. Near the 300 Metres raced tight to the inside of PRINCE OF PORTY and then shifted in and away from that runner.
65LUCKY SYMPHONY (J089)A AtzeniNo report.
76SKY PROPHET (J095)C Y HoFrom a wide barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages. After the 900 Metres was steadied away from PRINCE OF PORTY. After the 400 Metres was held up for clear running and near the 300 Metres was steadied as it improved into a tight run between SUPERSONIC which was giving ground and HERO WARRIOR which raced tight to the inside of CIRCUIT MAXIMUS which shifted in and away from PRINCE OF PORTY.
27STEPS AHEAD (J263)H BowmanJumped awkwardly and lost ground. Sent for sampling post-race.
128CIRCUIT TEN (G429)K TeetanJumped awkwardly. On arrival at the Start, it was noted to have blood in its mouth. CIRCUIT TEN was examined by the Veterinary Officer and passed suitable to race. Near the 900 Metres was steadied when crowded for room between HERO WARRIOR and LUCKY SYMPHONY which made the turn awkwardly and shifted out. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race which included an endoscopic examination showed a substantial amount of mucus in the horse’s trachea.
89GALE SAGA (J152)E C W Wong (-7)After the race, Apprentice E C W Wong stated that he was instructed to position his mount where comfortable. He said when caught wide in the early stages he elected to shift his mount across behind runners to avoid racing wide.
1010HERO WARRIOR (J006)H T Mo (-2)After the 1100 Metres raced tight to the inside of LO PAN SPIRIT which shifted in and away from SUPERSONIC.
111HAYDAY (H321)M F Poon (-2)Sent for sampling post-race.
512STRATHPEFFER (H095)M ChadwickAfter the race, M Chadwick reported that his intention was to hold a more forward position, but despite riding his mount along in the early stages did not show sufficient pace to do so.

Race:7 (662) THE HONG KONG CHINA RUGBY CUP (HANDICAP) (Sec1) Class 2 1600 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
41THE GOLDEN SCENERY (E379)B AvdullaNo report.
72FLAMING RABBIT (H257)L HewitsonBumped at the start. After the race, L Hewitson reported that his mount gave ground quickly over the final 100 Metres and, in his opinion, would appreciate a surface with more give in it. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
83MR ASCENDENCY (G227)H BentleyAfter the race, H Bentley reported that his mount lay in throughout the event.
54HELENE FEELING (H215)Z PurtonNo report.
65THE BEST PEACH (H139)K TeetanA veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
106SPIRITED EXPRESS (G356)A BadelFrom the outside barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages.
17CHANCHENG GLORY (H212)C Y HoSent for sampling post-race.
28OUTGATE (H113)Y L Chung (-3)Sent for sampling post-race.
39BOURBONAIRE (E365)A HamelinNear the 100 Metres A Hamelin dropped his whip.
910SWEET ENCOUNTER (G426)A AtzeniBumped at the start. After the race, A Atzeni reported that the intention was to hold a more forward position, but SWEET ENCOUNTER failed to show sufficient pace in the early stages to do so.

Race:8 (663) HO MAN TIN HANDICAP (Sec1) Class 4 1400 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
91LEEDOX (J154)L HewitsonJumped awkwardly, made contact with the right side of its barrier and was then shifted across behind runners in the early stages. From approaching the 400 Metres to the 250 Metres was held up for clear running behind SUPER TAICHI and GIANT LEAP. After shifting to the inside of GIANT LEAP then became held up for clear running near the 200 Metres behind HAPPY DAILY and was again held up until near the 150 Metres.
42LET'S DO IT (E132)H BowmanFrom the outside barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages. Near the 450 Metres was shifted to the outside of WINNING GOLD to obtain clear running. From the 400 Metres to the 300 Metres was taken wider when WINNING GOLD shifted out to improve.
13WINNING GOLD (H461)K De MeloAfter the 150 Metres shifted out, resulting in its rider K De Melo having to stop riding and straighten. Sent for sampling post-race.
144LUCKY GOLD (G112)C Y HoAfter the race, C Y Ho reported that his mount travelled well in the event, but failed to respond to his riding in the Home Straight and was disappointing. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
55GOLDEN RISE (H242)Z PurtonNo report.
136CHARITY GAIN (H431)M L YeungJumped only fairly and then from a wide barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages.
67HAPPY DAILY (E294)Y L Chung (-3)Whilst the Stewards were satisfied that the riding of Y L Chung, 6th placegetter, over the concluding stages did not affect the horse’s finishing position, he was nonetheless reminded of his obligation to ensure that he fully rides his mounts out to the finish of the race. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
88GIANT LEAP (J143)A AtzeniNo report.
129NEVER PETER OUT (J200)M ChadwickNo report.
710SOARING BRONCO (J162)H BentleyApproaching the 100 Metres lay out and was awkwardly placed close to GOLDEN RISE. Raced wide and without cover for the majority of the event.
1111SUPER TAICHI (J201)E C W Wong (-7)Kicked a Parade Ring partition whilst parading, examined by the Veterinary Officer on arrival at the Start and passed suitable to race. After the race, Apprentice E C W Wong stated that whilst he intended to hold a more forward position, he did not expect to race in the lead. He said when runners to his outside did not show the intent to go forward and cross his mount, SUPER TAICHI was left racing in front.
1012EXCELLENT DADDY (E321)L FerrarisNo report.
213YEE CHEONG RAIDER (J176)B ThompsonFrom a wide barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages. Sent for sampling post-race.
314YOUNG HORIZON (G272)K TeetanNo report.

Race:9 (664) HO MAN TIN HANDICAP (Sec2) Class 4 1400 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
11JOLLY RULER (E346)A AtzeniSent for sampling post-race.
52OWNERS' PRAISE (H047)L HewitsonShifted out on jumping and was bumped. From the 400 Metres until the 250 Metres was badly held up for clear running behind RIVER VIEWS.
63RUN RUN TIMING (H403)H BentleyWhen questioned, H Bentley stated that from the outside barrier and with his mount stepping up in distance today, he was instructed to ride it in a conservative manner in the early stages. When questioned regarding his riding between the 350 Metres and the 250 Metres and as to whether there was an opportunity to ride his mount with more vigour to obtain clear running between ACA POWER and STURDY RUBY, H Bentley stated that after shifting to the outside of ACA POWER, he felt that runner shift out slightly which resulted in him calling to the rider of ACA POWER, A Badel. He said when he was not confident that there was sufficient room to improve between those two runners, he then did not fully commit to this position until approaching the 200 Metres when ACA POWER shifted in. Jockey Bentley was advised that, whenever possible, he should ensure that he takes advantage of runs when they present at the first available opportunity. Trainer C H Yip confirmed the instructions issued.
24TOP SCORER (J120)Z PurtonBumped on the hindquarters shortly after the start. Sent for sampling post-race.
45ENJOY GOLF (J222)H BowmanNo report.
126GRAND BOSS (J353)Y L Chung (-3)Raced wide and without cover from the 1000 Metres. After the 500 Metres was bumped by STURDY RUBY.
137NOT A FEW (J109)M ChadwickNo report.
38SKY TRUST (J161)C Y HoNo report.
119STURDY RUBY (H207)K C LeungBumped after the 500 Metres. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race which included an endoscopic examination showed a substantial amount of blood in the horse’s trachea. Before being allowed to race again, STURDY RUBY will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
1010PACKING BRILLIANT (H421)A HamelinNo report.
911SUPER CHARIZZARD (J184)B AvdullaJumped only fairly and then was crowded shortly after start. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
712HOSS (H055)K TeetanBetween the 400 Metres and the 350 Metres had difficulty obtaining clear running when being shifted to the outside of GRAND BOSS.
1413RIVER VIEWS (G212)L FerrarisBumped on jumping. After the race, L Ferraris stated that after leading the event, when placed under pressure in the Home Straight, he had some concern with the action of his mount. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings. The performance of RIVER VIEWS, which finished tailed out, was considered unacceptable. Before being allowed to race again, RIVER VIEWS will be required to perform to the satisfaction of the Stewards in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination.
814ACA POWER (E144)A BadelShortly after the start was crowded by TOP SCORER which shifted in and away from HOSS. Raced keenly in the middle stages. After the 500 Metres was bumped by STURDY RUBY.

Race:10 (665) AUSTIN HANDICAP (Sec1) Class 3 1200 m

Pla.Horse
No
ColourHorseJockeyIncident
81EIGHTY LIGHT YEARS (H170)Z PurtonRaced keenly when obliged to race wide and without cover for the majority of the event. After the race, Z Purton advised that his intention was to lead the event, but his mount, when standing awkwardly in the barriers, jumped awkwardly and then did not show sufficient pace to hold a more forward position. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.
42STELLAR EXPRESS (J186)H BowmanFor some distance near the 350 Metres had difficulty obtaining clear running. Near the 150 Metres improved into a narrow run between GOLDEN EMPIRE and GRACIOUS EXPRESS and did not obtain clear running until after the 100 Metres. Sent for sampling post-race.
53AMAZING VICTORY (G123)K TeetanIn the middle stages raced keenly.
24GOLDEN EMPIRE (E490)L HewitsonSent for sampling post-race.
95GUSTOSISIMO (J303)C Y HoWhen questioned, C Y Ho stated that at its first race start he had ridden the horse in a rearward position after drawing a wide barrier. He said today from an inside draw he was instructed to endeavour to hold a forward position and as a consequence he rode his mount along in the early stages to comply with his instructions. Trainer J Richards confirmed the instructions and stated that such instructions were issued as connections were of the opinion that GUSTOSISIMO had raced well in Australia when ridden in an on-pace position. A veterinary inspection immediately following the race which included an endoscopic examination showed a substantial amount of mucus in the horse’s trachea.
76PRAWNS ELEVEN (J140)H BentleyFrom the outside barrier raced keenly when being shifted across behind runners in the early stages. Near the 550 Metres got its head up when being steadied away from CALIFORNIA DEEPLY. When questioned, H Bentley stated that he intended to follow CALIFORNIA DEEPLY into the race on entering the Home Straight. He said when that runner did not initially improve, he then elected to shift to its outside, but then became held up for clear running behind E LEGEND and TELECOM POWER which resulted in PRAWNS ELEVEN not obtaining clear running until approaching the 200 Metres where it finished the race off well.
17GRACIOUS EXPRESS (J188)B AvdullaSent for sampling post-race.
108LESLIE (E471)B ThompsonJumped only fairly.
39CALIFORNIA DEEPLY (G451)L FerrarisNo report.
610BEAUTY MISSILE (H123)A HamelinJumped awkwardly.
1211E LEGEND (G028)K De MeloApproaching the 100 Metres TELECOM POWER shifted in and away from PRAWNS ELEVEN and made contact with E LEGEND. Was obliged to race very wide and without cover for the majority of the event.
1112TELECOM POWER (J332)H T Mo (-2)From a wide barrier was shifted across behind runners in the early stages. Approaching the 100 Metres shifted in and was bumped.

General

1.

After the running of Race 3, the track classification for the turf course was officially changed from "Good” to "Good to Firm”. This change in the opinion of the Stewards should be recorded as being retrospective. As a consequence of this, the official results will show Race 3 being run on a track rated "Good to Firm”.

2.

Racing Laboratory tests of KING INVINCIBLE, MODEST GENTLEMAN, CORDYCEPS ONE, SETANTA, BRAVE WITNESS, BIG TWO, DRAGON DELIGHT, MEGA BONUS, DOUBLE BINGO, EMBRACES, LYRICAL MOTION, DIAMOND FLARE, BEAUTY DESTINY, JUMBO LEGEND, KASA PAPA, JOYFUL PROSPERITY, NEVER TOO SOON, COPARTNER PRANCE, KA YING CHEER, YELLOWFIN, SIMPLY MAVERICK, ROMANTIC LAOS, COLOURFUL EMPEROR and SOLAR PARTNER (1.5.24) proved negative.

Summary

1. Warnings

Race 2
A Atzeni (SO WE JOY) for shifting in after the 1500 Metres

Race 5
M Chadwick (URBAN TRIUMPH) for shifting in near the 200 Metres

Race 8
Y L Chung (HAPPY DAILY) re the manner in which he rode his mount out over the concluding stages

Race 9
H Bentley (RUN RUN TIMING) re his riding between the 350 Metres and the 250 Metres

2. Bleeder

Race 5
STRATHBARRY

3. Irregular Heart Rhythm

Race 2
M UNICORN

4. Barrier Trials

Race 2
M UNICORN (heart irregularity)

Race 5
STRATHBARRY (bleeder)

Race 9
RIVER VIEWS (unacceptable performance)

5. Official Veterinary Examinations

Race 1
HERO ICON
FORTUNE MASTER

Race 2
M UNICORN

Race 5
SUPER HIGHWAY
STRATHBARRY

Race 9
STURDY RUBY
RIVER VIEWS

6. Rolling Arrangement

The track was rolled after Race 6.

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