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STEWARDS REPORT

 

Australian Turf Club

ROSEHILL GARDENS RACECOURSE

 

Saturday 9 November 2019

 

Weather:                    Fine

Track:                        Good (4); upgraded to Good (3) at 3.25pm following race 5.

Rail:                           +3m entire

Penetrometer:            4.93

 

COMMITTEE OF STEWARDS:  M. F. Van Gestel (Chairman), W. R. Birch, T. J. Vassallo, J. J. E. Earl, S. T. Matthews and Cadets T. J. Kearney and T. J. Hansen.

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Supplementary Reports:

Kembla Grange Saturday 26 October 2019

Race 7 – Fillies & Mares Maiden Plate 1200m:

Shuwaamekh– Co-trainer Mr A. Bott advised that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of Shuwaamekhand it is their intention to trial the filly at Randwick on Tuesday 12 November 2019 before then determining its immediate racing future.

 

Hawkesbury Wednesday 30 October 2019

Race 2 – ILG F&M Benchmark 64 Handicap 1100m:

Glamour Cat– Trainer Mr A. Cummings advised that he was satisfied with the post-race condition of the mare and that his intention is to continue with its preparation.

 

Race 3 – Pink Finss Benchmark 64 Handicap 2000m:

Proven Class– Trainer Mr M. Newnham reported that the mare was found to have jarred up from what he thought was a firm track surface. He said, however, the mare had now been spelled.

 

Head Up High– Trainer Mr L. Curtis advised that although satisfied with the post-race condition of the gelding, it is his intention to freshen up Head Up Highprior to its next race start. He said that he plans to apply the blinkers to its gear and drop the gelding back in distance.

 

Rosehill Gardens Saturday 2 November 2019

Race 1 – Power Access Handicap 1400m:

Moreno– Stable representative Mr C. Duckworth advised that he was satisfied with the post-race condition of the gelding and that it is the stable's intention to continue with its preparation, however, would now experiment with its gear.

Race 5: TAB Handicap 1200m:

Dance Hall Girl– Stable representative Mr G. Thompson reported that the results of a lung wash revealed the mare to have suffered an internal bleed and as such had now been spelled.

 

Newcastle Saturday 2 November 2019

Race 3 – Aspect Hunter School Maiden Handicap 1500m:

Cash Is The Deal– Stable representative Ms H. Devlin reported that the mare underwent a veterinary examination upon return to the stables, which revealed no abnormalities. She said that as the stable has been satisfied with the mare's progress since its disappointing performance, it is the intention to continue with the preparation.

 

 

 

Royal Randwick (Kensington Track) Tuesday 5 November 2019

Race 2 – The Agency Projects Handicap 1800m:

Costas– Stable representative Mr C. Duckworth advised that although satisfied with the post-race condition of Costas, the gelding had now been transferred from the stable.

 

Race 6 – JCDecaux Handicap 1400m:

Zouologist– Stable representative Mr C. Duckworth advised that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of the gelding and will continue with its preparation, however, they would now consider having the gelding ridden more conservatively.

 

High Mist– Stable representative Mr C. Duckworth advised that the stable was satisfied with the post-race condition of the gelding and that the intention is to step High Mist up in distance at its next race start.

 

Race 7 – Heineken 3 Handicap 1300m:

Cardinet– Trainer Mr M. Beer advised that a veterinary examination of the mare upon return to his Albury stables did not reveal any abnormalities. He said that whilst the mare showed signs of being in season, it is his intention to continue with its preparation.

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RACE 1: Shopper Media Handicap 1100m:

Invictus Salute – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to be lame (4/5) in the off-foreleg. Trainer Mr M. Newnham was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Invictus Salute is permitted to race/barrier trial again. Stewards will follow up on the post-race condition of the mare in the days subsequent.

 

And So It Goes – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

Lucicello – Shortly after the start was hampered when tightened for room between Caccini and Can't Find Snippy, which shifted in slightly. Lucicello then was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Sophiella – Stewards considered a protest lodged by Mr W. Birch, Deputy Chairman of Stewards, on behalf of the connections of Sophiella alleging interference by the 3rd placegetter, Caccini, near the 300m. After considering the evidence Stewards found that near the 300m Sophiella had endeavoured to establish a run between Can't Find Snippy and Caccini, and shortly after had to be steadied when Caccini shifted in marginally to improve to the inside of Invictus Salute, which shifted out at the same time. As the Stewards could not be comfortably satisfied that Sophiella had fully established clear running between Can't Find Snippy and Caccini, the protest was dismissed. Began awkwardly and made contact with its nearside barrier partition, resulting in its rider becoming unbalanced and losing ground. Between the 300m and the 200m Sophiella was shifted to the outside of Caccini to improve. Over the final 100m Sophiella had difficulty obtaining clear running when being shifted to the outside of Invictus Salute to improve.

 

RACE 2: TAB Highway Handicap 1500m:

Lose The Snip – Raced fiercely in the early and middle stages.

 

Normality – Began awkwardly. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Rider T. Berry was reminded of his obligations to ride his mounts out fully to the end of the race.

 

Mookareena – Between the 800m and 600m raced tight to the inside of Magpie, and near the 600m was steadied when Takissacod shifted out slightly.

 

Two Wrongs Don’t – After beginning only fairly, then was crowded between Mookareena and Takissacod, which was taken out by Acquittal.

 

Weather Channel – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. When commencing to make good ground in the straight endeavoured to improve into a narrow run to the inside of Elegant Ellen where there was not sufficient room, and as a consequence was steadied at the 150m when disappointed for clear running. Weather Channel then was shifted to the outside of Elegant Ellen at the 50m to find clear running.

 

Couru – Stewards permitted C. Reith to ride the mare a half kilogram over its allotted weight of 53.5kgs.  A post-race veterinary examination of Couru, which raced wide and without cover for the majority of the event, revealed the mare to be displaying a poor post-race recovery. Trainer Mr B. Cavanough was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Couru is permitted to race/barrier trial again.

 

Takissacod – Raced keenly in the middle stages. Near the 450m became unbalanced when buffeted for room between Couru, which shifted in slightly when giving ground, and Lose The Snip, which hung out despite the efforts of its rider, J. Grisedale. Stewards determined that the racing manners of Lose The Snip was the principal reason for the incident occurring.

 

Magpie – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

Southern Appeal – Slow to begin. App. R. Dolan stated that the gelding did not appear to be comfortable racing inside other runners and he was obliged to ride his mount along throughout the event to hold its position. He added that on straightening, when improving to the inside of Lose The Snip, Southern Appeal ran in away from that runner towards the running rail and became badly unbalanced as a consequence. App. Dolan further stated that from this point he did not test Southern Appeal to the finish of the race. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Trainer Mr D. Williams concurred with the views of App. Dolan that the gelding did not appreciate being positioned inside runners and he advised that he would now spell the gelding. Mr Williams was advised that Southern Appeal must barrier trial to the satisfaction of the Stewards before being permitted to race again.

 

Metralla – Raced keenly in the early stages.

 

RACE 3: Iron Jack Handicap 2400m:

Artarmon – Began awkwardly. Near the 350m became slightly unbalanced when bumped on the hindquarter by Humbolt Current when that runner shifted out to improve. When questioned regarding his riding on the home turn and the reason his mount shifted out, which allowed the eventual winner, Humbolt Current, to improve to his inside, rider K. Latham stated that approaching the home turn Artarmon came under pressure and had a tendency to lay in. He said that as a consequence he switched the whip to his right hand in order to ensure that his mount did not make contact with Re Edit, however, when he commenced to ride Artarmon out on the home turn the gelding shifted off, providing a run for Humbolt Current. Whilst accepting that K. Latham had not intentionally allowed his mount to shift out, nonetheless he was advised that in similar circumstances he would be expected to ride his mount more competitively to take advantage of the position he occupied. K. Latham was fined $200 under AR132(7)(a)(ii) for using the whip on nine occasions prior to the 100m.

 

Desert Path – After arriving at the barriers was examined by the Club's veterinarian and found to be lame in front. As such, Desert Path was a late scratching at 1.53pm. The Stewards ruled that all moneys invested on Desert Path be refunded in full and that all successful wagers made prior to 1.53pm be subject to the following deductions from the face value of each ticket:

1st Humbolt Current       15¢ win, 15¢ place

2nd Curata Princess       23¢ place

3rd Angel Of Heaven      9¢ place

Trainer Mr C. Waller was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Desert Path is permitted to race/barrier trial again.

 

Angel Of Heaven – When questioned regarding the performance, rider J. Collett advised that from the 1200m the mare raced too keenly and he felt this was the main reason Angel Of Heaven did not finish off the race as well as expected.

 

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

 

Duchess Of Lennox – After being slow to begin, then was shifted behind runners in the early stages from its wide barrier. A post-race veterinary examination of the mare, which hung out in the straight and raced disappointingly, did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Curata Princess – After beginning only fairly, then was hampered slightly by Partnership, which shifted out. Curata Princess then was shifted behind runners in the early stages from its wide barrier. Laid out in the early part of the straight.

 

RACE 4: Ranvet Handicap 1800m:

Falcon Island – T. Berry was reprimanded under AR132(6)(b) for using the whip in an action that raised his arm above shoulder height.

 

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

 

Foreign Territory – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be lame (2/5) in the off-foreleg. Stable representative Mr S. McLean was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before Foreign Territory is permitted to race/barrier trial again.

 

Eugene's Pick – Slow to begin. Between the 350m and 200m was badly held up on the heels of Mercurial Lad before shifting to that runner's outside at the 200m to obtain clear running.

 

Pressure – Began awkwardly.

 

Destiny's Hero – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

RACE 5: The Country Classic 2000m:

Maid Of Ore – When questioned regarding his riding, App. B. Owen stated that his instructions were to go forward, and after obtaining the lead in the early stages the mare was inclined to overrace and refused to settle. He added that when Charlie Royale improved to his outside he was able to settle the mare somewhat for a short distance, but then after he resumed the lead near the 1400m Maid Of Ore continued to race keenly and would not settle. He added that near the 1200m he restrained his mount in order to provide it with somewhat slower sectionals to allow the filly to finish off the race, however, this then resulted in Emanuela and Ambitious Prince going forward and eventually crossing Maid Of Ore at that point. B. Owen added that once crossed, Maid Of Ore then was unable to finish off the race as well as expected. Stewards advised B. Owen that he had made an error of judgement leaving the 1200m in restraining Maid Of Ore too quickly, which resulted in too slow a tempo being set and his mount being disadvantaged when being crossed by Emanuela and Ambitious Prince. B. Owen was advised that he would be expected to show better judgement in similar circumstances. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Trainer Mr N. Olive advised that Maid Of Ore would now be spelled.

 

Ready For Danger – Held up for clear running from the 350m until the 200m.

 

Gentleman Max – Soon after the start Ready For Danger shifted out slightly, resulting in Resort running out away from that runner and taking Charlie Royale out across the running of Gentleman Max and Magic Over The Bay, both of which had to be steadied. Overraced in the early and middle stages.

 

Le Cavalier – Shortly after the start had to be eased when tightened between Gentleman Max, which shifted in slightly, and Fastquest, which was taken out by Charlie Royale. Near the 300m was steadied and shifted to the outside of Gentleman Max whereby it obtained clear running at the 200m.

 

Art AttackA. Bullock was found guilty of a charge of careless riding in that between the 400m and the 250m he endeavoured to force a run between Hilltop Hood and Magic Over The Bay where there was not sufficient room to do so, which resulted in Art Attack being placed too close to the heels of Hilltop Hood and at a high risk of striking the heels of that runner, before eventually having to be steadied when disappointed for a run between Hilltop Hood and Magic Over The Bay. A. Bullock's licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Tuesday 19 November 2019 and to expire on Thursday 28 November 2019, on which day he may ride.

 

Newtown Bluebag – Began awkwardly and shortly after was hampered by Ambitious Prince, which shifted out. Newtown Bluebag then was shifted behind runners in the early stages from the outside barrier.

 

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

 

Black Wand – Began awkwardly.

 

Ambitious Prince – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

Gunga Din – Began awkwardly and shortly after was hampered by Emanuela, which shifted in. Gunga Din then was shifted behind runners in the early stages from its wide barrier. Near the 300m, when shifting out around the heels of But I Know, made contact with Newtown Bluebag and became unbalanced. Gunga Din then had some difficulty obtaining clear running between the 300m and the 200m.

 

Hilltop Hood – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. In the early stages Hilltop Hood raced keenly and refused to settle.

 

Lamma Hilton – Began awkwardly.

 

Emanuela – Stewards permitted T. Berry to ride the mare a half kilogram over its allotted weight of 53.5kgs.

 

But I Know – When the pace of the race steadied near the 1000m commenced to race keenly for some distance thereafter.

 

Fastquest – For a short distance after the start was eased when tightened between Le Cavalier and Charlie Royale, which shifted out. Near the 1000m when the tempo steadied commenced to race keenly and was steadied from the heels of Black Wand.

 

RACE 6: Golden Gift 1100m:

Tanker – Near the 600m was steadied from the heels of Dame Giselle and then shifted out, resulting in Tanker and Sidearm making contact and both runners becoming unbalanced. Tanker then continued an outward movement, resulting in Sidearm and Gravina being taken wide rounding the home turn.

 

Endorse – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Gravina – Approaching the 900m, when being steadied by its rider to obtain cover, shifted out and as a result was steadied to avoid the heels of Endorse. Passing the 200m was steadied when crowded between Sidearm and Cellsabeel, which shifted in slightly.

 

Malkovich – On jumping was bumped by Gravina, which shifted out.

 

See You Soon – After beginning only fairly, then had to be steadied when crowded between Cellsabeel and Endorse, which began awkwardly and shifted out. See You Soon then was shifted behind runners in the early stages from its wide barrier. Near the 350m was steadied when crowded between Vucetich and Itzhot (B. McDougall), which shifted in after being disappointed for a run to the outside of Endorse. B. McDougall was advised to exercise more care. Itzhot then was checked from the heels of the weakening Murungal for some distance thereafter.

 

Close To Me – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Diamond Kat – On jumping was bumped by Tanker, which, after beginning only fairly, then shifted out slightly. Hung out rounding the first turn leaving the 900m. A post-race veterinary examination of the filly, which was beaten 36.4 lengths, revealed no abnormalities. Trainer Mr A. Cummings advised that Diamond Kat would now be spelled. Notwithstanding this advice, Mr Cummings was advised that Diamond Kat will be required to barrier trial to the satisfaction of the Stewards before being permitted to race again.

 

Cellsabeel – Began awkwardly and shortly after was hampered by See You Soon, which was taken out by Endorse. Cellsabeel then was shifted behind runners in the early stages from the outside barrier.

 

Vucetich – Shortly after the start was hampered by Itzhot, which shifted in slightly. Near the 800m, when racing tight to the inside of Itzhot, laid in away from that runner, struck the running rail and became unbalanced. In the straight laid in and proved difficult to ride out.

 

RACE 7: Hyland Race Colours Hot Danish Stakes 1400m:

Pretty In Pink – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

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

 

Dyslexic – Rider T. Berry stated that whilst his intention was to be forward, after commencing well he elected to ride his mount positively to ensure the mare was not caught wide and this resulted in Dyslexic leading. He added that in the straight Dyslexic did not stretch out when placed under pressure and he had some concerns with its action in that it blundered near the 150m.

 

Multaja – On jumping was crowded between Ready To Prophet and Pretty In Pink, which shifted out. When Pretty In Pink continued to shift out, Multaja had to be steadied. Multaja then was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Held up for clear running between the 400m and the 300m before shifting to the inside of Vinicunca to obtain clear running.

 

Madam Rouge – Over the final 300m did not obtain clear running and was never tested.

 

Moss Trip – Slow to begin.

 

Nicci's Gold – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

 

Vinicunca – The filly was fractious in the barriers and began only fairly. Over the final 150m did not obtain clear running.

 

RACE 8: Schweppes Handicap 1100m:

Burradoo – Leaving the 800m shifted in slightly away from Roosevelt (R. King) when racing tight to the inside of that runner, resulting in Burradoo making contact with Stephan and resulting in Stephan bumping the running rail and then shifting out and making heavy contact with Burradoo. As a consequence, Burradoo was taken out on to the hindquarter of Roosevelt, resulting in Burradoo and its rider B. Owen becoming badly unbalanced. R. King was reprimanded for having runners to her inside too tight, however, Stewards found that Burradoo had contributed to the interference in that it shifted away slightly from Roosevelt.

 

Americana Magic – Lost its near-hind plate during running.

 

Echo Jet – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

 

Stephan – Began awkwardly, shifted out slightly and made contact with Inquiry.

 

Trumbull – From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Rider T. Clark reported that the gelding laid in under pressure in the straight and he believed Trumbull would appreciate a surface with more give.

 

Paquirri – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

Roosevelt – Rider R. King stated that after her mount was bumped on the hindquarter of Burradoo near the 800m it became unbalanced and from this point was unable to finish off the race. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to have been galloped on the off-hind leg.

 

Tony's Reward – Near the 800m was steadied from the heels of Burradoo. Approaching the 350m was shifted to the outside of Capannello to secure clear running.

 

Sanctioned – Shortly after the start was bumped by Trumbull and became slightly unbalanced. From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Near the 800m was steadied to avoid the heels of Stephan. Near the 150m shifted in away from Tony's Reward when reluctant to hold its position to the inside of that runner and as a result was steadied from the heels of Inquiry.

 

Capannello – Stewards accepted the explanation tendered by trainer Mr V. Jones for the late declaration of App. L. Day as the rider of the gelding.

 

RACE 9: Eden Brae Homes Handicap 1400m:

King Tomlola – On jumping was crowded between Silent Explorer and Mapmaker, which began awkwardly and shifted in. Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

 

Final Award – Slow to begin.

 

Cuban Royale – Between the 400m and the 200m had difficulty obtaining clear running. Near the 200m was inconvenienced when being steadied to avoid the heels of Silent Explorer, which shifted out slightly.

 

Matowi – Began awkwardly and shortly after had to be eased when crowded between High Shine and Muswellbrook, which was taken in by Quadriga. Held up for clear running in the early part of the straight. App R. Dolan (Final Award) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding in that near the 350m he permitted his mount to shift in when not clear of Matowi, which lost its running and had to be steadied. App. Dolan's permit to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Monday 18 November 2019 and to expire on Friday 29 November 2019, on which day he may ride.

 

Bergen – When questioned regarding her riding in the early stages, rider R. King stated that her instructions were to go forward but with a preference to endeavour to find cover. She said that although Bergen jumped well, when Cuban Royale improved to her inside she felt that she would have had to make too much use of her mount to cross that runner and that she felt Cuban Royale would have continued forward and race in the lead, which would have allowed her to comply with her instructions to find cover. She added that when Cuban Royale did not continue forward she was obliged to make some use of Bergen to cross runners to her inside whereby Bergen obtained the lead leaving the 1000m.

 

Muswellbrook – Shortly after the start was eased when tightened between Matowi and Quadriga, which shifted in.

 

High Shine – A post-race veterinary examination revealed to be lame (2/5) in the off-foreleg. Trainer Mr J. Sargent was advised that a veterinary clearance will be required before High Shine is permitted to race/barrier trial again. Mr Sargent will be interviewed relative to his obligation to report to the Stewards anything that may have affected the performance of the mare in the lead-up to today's race.

 

Quadriga – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to have bled from both nostrils for the first time. Stable representative Ms T. Rouse was advised of the provisions of AR79(4).

 

Sausedge – Slow to begin.

 

Pandano – Had difficulty obtaining clear running between the 350m and the 250m. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the colt to have been galloped on both hind legs.

 

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

 

My Maher – R. King (Bergen) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that near the 1000m she permitted her mount to shift in when not clear of Cuban Royale, resulting in Cuban Royale being taken in and crowding the running of My Maher, which had to be steadied. R. King's licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Tuesday 19 November 2019 and to expire on Saturday 23 November 2019, on which day she may ride.

 

Summary of whip use:

Stewards noted the following riders exceeded the permitted strikes of the whip prior to the 100m under AR137A(5)(a)(ii).  Bearing in mind the totality of whip use, no action was taken.

 

Race 2 App. B. McDougall (Two Wrongs Don’t) 7 strikes
Race 3 App. B. Ryan (Curata Princess)
J. Collett (Angel Of Heaven)
6 strikes
6 strikes
Race 4 T. Clark (California Longbow)
T. Berry (Falcon Island)
6 strikes
6 strikes
Race 5 T. Berry (Emaneula) 6 strikes
Race 7 R. King (Nicoletta) 6 strikes
Race 8 A. Bullock (Americana Magic)
T. Berry (Stephan)
7 strikes
6 strikes

 

 

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

Race 1: Invictus Salute, And So It Goes, Lucicello (2), Can't Find Snippy, Sophiella

Race 2: Lose The Snip, Mookareena, Two Wrongs Don’t (2), Couru (2), Chabrol, Southern Appeal, Metralla

Race 3: Desert Path, Re Edit, Angel Of Heaven, Partnership, Curata Princess

Race 4: Falcon Island (2), Eugene's Pick, Pressure, California Longbow

Race 5: Maid Of Ore, Ready For Danger (2), Black Wand, Ambitious Prince, Emanuela (2)

Race 6: Tanker, Gravina, Itzhot, Murungal, Blaze A Trail (2), Malkovich, See You Soon (2)

Race 7: Nicoletta, El Dorado Dreaming, Madam Rouge, Ready To Prophet, Moss Trip,

Reelem In Ruby (2), Vinicunca

Race 8: Burradoo, Americana Magic (2), Echo Jet, Sanctioned

Race 9: King Tomlola, Mapmaker (2), Muswellbrook

 

SUMMARY
Fines: Race 3: K. Latham (Artarmon) fined $200 – excessive whip use (AR132(7)(a)(ii))
Reprimands: Race 4: T. Berry (Falcon Island) raise arm above shoulder height (AR132(6)(b)).
Race 8: R. King (Roosevelt) careless riding (AR131(a))
Suspensions: Race 5: A. Bullock (Art Attack) 19/11/2019 to 28/11/2019 – careless riding (AR131(a))
Race 9: App. R. Dolan (Final Award) 18/11/2019 to 29/11/2019 – careless riding (AR131(a)).
Race 9: R. King (Bergen) 19/11/2019 to 23/11/2019 – careless riding (AR131(a))
Bleeders: Race 9: Quadriga (co-trainers M. W. & J. Hawkes) – bled first time (AR79(4))
Warnings: Nil
Trials: Race 2: Southern Appeal (trainer D. Williams) poor performance.
Race 6: Diamond Kat (trainer A. Cummings) uncompetitive.
Certificates: Race 1: Invictus Salute (trainer M. Newnham) lame (4/5) off-foreleg.
Race 2: Couru (trainer B. Cavanough) poor post-race recovery.
Race 3: Desert Path (trainer C. Waller) lame in front.
Race 4: Foreign Territory (trainer B. Baker) lame (2/5) off-foreleg.
Race 9: High Sine (trainer J. Sargent) lame (2/5) off- foreleg.
Fall/Injuries: Nil
Tactics Notified: Race 1: Sophiella to be ridden further forward with intention to lead: Settled off pace.
Race 8: Paquirri to be ridden further forward: Settled off pace.
Change of Colours: Nil
Change of Gear: Nil
Follow up: Race 1: Invictus Salute (trainer M. Newnham) – post-race condition.
Race 9: High Shine (trainer J. Sargent) – pre-race condition.

 

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