STEW­ARDS RE­PORT: Rand­wick 24/6/2017

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RACE 6: Old North – slow to be­gin. Round­ing the home turn raced in re­stricted room be­tween Loop­hole and Berry De­li­cious (K O’Hara) as that run­ner com­menced to shift out. In this in­ci­dent Old North was re­luc­tant to hold its po­si­tion be­tween those two run­ners and as a con­se­quence be­came un­bal­anced and lost ground. On straight­en­ing Old North was then stead­ied away from the heels of Berry De­li­cious (K O’Hara) when that run­ner shifted out not clear. K O’Hara was rep­ri­manded and ad­vised to en­sure she is suf­fi­ciently clear when shift­ing ground. Rider B Av­dulla stated his in­ten­tion was to take up a for­ward po­si­tion on the geld­ing, but af­ter be­ing slow to be­gin, he elected to ride his mount to­wards the back of the field. He said that Old North was un­suited by mod­er­ate early tempo, but was still dis­ap­point­ing in tis fail­ure to fin­ish the race off. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Loop­hole – slow to be­gin. Over­raced in the mid­dle stages and for some dis­tance near the 1000m was re­strained from heels of Li­a­pari. Rider B Spriggs ac­ci­den­tally dropped his whip at the 200m. Des­tiny’s Kiss – slow to be­gin. Sul­tan Of Swing in­clined to lay in in the early part of the straight and was re­luc­tant to pro­ceed into clear run­ning the out­side of Sound Propo­si­tion for some dis­tance af­ter 300m. App. J Innes Jr was re­minded of his obli­ga­tion to ride his mounts out fully to the fin­ish of the race. Berry De­li­cious – rider K O’Hara stated the only ex­cuse she could of­fer for dis­ap­point­ing run was

mare was un­suited by the mod­er­ate early tempo. A pos­trace ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties.

RACE 7: Wouldnt It Be Nice – be­gan awk­wardly and made con­tact with Ninth Le­gion. Over­raced in the mid­dle stages and near 800m was checked away from heels of Kud­ero. Ninth Le­gion – rider J Ford stated he had in­tended to take up a more for­ward po­si­tion, how­ever, af­ter not show­ing the nec­es­sary speed in the early stages, he raced fur­ther back than in­tended. He added Ninth Le­gion did not han­dle to­day’s heavy track con­di­tions, par­tic­u­larly when it was rac­ing first up and back in the field where the geld­ing sub­ject to kick­back. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Inz‘N’Out – when ques­tioned, App. J Innes Jr stated that his mount was able to take up a po­si­tion in the lead and on straight­en­ing he elected shift off in or­der to find bet­ter go­ing. He said un­der pres­sure in the straight the geld­ing failed to re­spond to his rid­ing and weak­ened badly over the con­clud­ing stages. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion geld­ing to be lame in the near-fore­leg and dis­play­ing an el­e­vated tem­per­a­ture and poor post-race re­cov­ery. Trainer Mr G Ryan stated Inz‘N’Out had pleased the sta­ble lead­ing into to­day’s race and in par­tic­u­lar gal­loped strongly last Tues­day, 20 June 2017. He added in his opin­ion the geld­ing had not ap­pre­ci­ated rac­ing on heavy tracks. Stew­ards ad­vised Mr Ryan that a ve­teri­nary clear­ance would be re­quired prior to Inz‘N’Out bar­rier tri­alling the sat­is­fac­tion of Stew­ards. Kud­ero – rider C Reith ex­plained that for some dis­tance af­ter the 300m, whilst po­si­tioned be­tween Tes­sara and Wouldnt It Be Nice, Kud­ero de­spite his ef­forts was re­luc­tant to pro­ceed be­tween those run­ners and it was not un­til ap­proach­ing the 100m that he was able to shift to the out­side of Wouldnt It Be Nice, but when placed his mount un­der pres­sure it re­sponded well and closed off in his opin­ion sat­is­fac­to­rily.

RACE 8: Gold Am­bi­tion – stood flat-footed as the start was ef­fected, shifted in abruptly and lost ground (3L). Near the 800m, when be­ing re­strained from the heels of Level Eight, shifted in, made con­tact with the run­ning rail and blun­dered. Sta­viva – be­gan awk­wardly and lost ground (3L). Rider R Hutch­ings stated that his mount trav­elled rea­son­ably well in the run, al­beit to­wards the rear of the field. He added when geld­ing struck a softer sec­tion of track near the 600m it be­came awk­ward in its action for a few strides and from this point failed to re­spond to his ef­forts in the straight he de­sisted from test­ing it. A pos­trace ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Metal­lic Crown – slow to be­gin and shortly af­ter the start was bumped by Wild ‘ N’ Fa­mous. Rider G Schofield stated his mount was a lit­tle slow to be­gin and as con­se­quence set­tled fur­ther back than he had in­tended. He added, when placed un­der pres­sure in the straight the geld­ing com­menced to make ground when he shifted to out­side of Re­cal­cu­late, but then near the 150m had to be stead­ied when dis­ap­pointed for clear run­ning be­tween Re­cal­cu­late and Gold Am­bi­tion, which shifted in. G Schofield fur­ther stated that from this point Metal­lic Crown then com­menced to give ground and when the geld­ing was not in a com­pet­i­tive po­si­tion he de­sisted from rid­ing it out over the con­clud­ing stages. A pos­trace ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Level Eight – be­gan awk­wardly, made con­tact with the near­side por­tion of its bar­rier and lost ground (2L). Re­cal­cu­late – be­gan awk­wardly. Rider A Hyeron­imus stated the only ex­cuse he could of­fer for the per­for­mance was geld­ing raced some­what one-paced to­day and dis­ap­point­ing in its fail­ure to fin­ish the race off over the fi­nal 100m. A pos­trace ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Wild ‘N’ Fa­mous – rider App. N Hey­wood stated that his mount trav­elled rea­son­ably well in the run, but could not quicken when asked for an ef­fort in the straight. He added the only ex­cuse he could of­fer was that the geld­ing was obliged to race on in­side go­ing, which com­menc­ing to chop up. A pos­trace ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Co-trainer Mr Paul Snow­den ad­vised Stew­ards that Wild ‘N’ Fa­mous had pleased the sta­ble lead­ing into to­day’s race and could only con­cur with views ex­pressed by App. Hey­wood. Stew­ards ruled the per­for­mance of the geld­ing was un­ac­cept­able and it would be re­quired to bar­rier trial sat­is­fac­to­rily prior to its next start. Clear The Beach – rider C Reith stated that his mount re­laxed be­hind the leader Conar­chie and then, af­ter ini­tially re­spond­ing to his ef­forts in the early part of the straight, it com­menced give ground over fi­nal 200m. He added that when his mount was well beaten he de­sisted from rid­ing it out over the con­clud­ing stages. The only ex­cuse he could of­fer was Clear The Beach did not run out a strong 1400m. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion geld­ing to be dis­play­ing a poor post-race re­cov­ery and res­pi­ra­tory dis­tress. Co-trainer Mr G McFarlane ad­vised the geld­ing had pleased lead­ing into to­day’s race, al­beit it had missed a gal­lop on Tues­day, 20 June 2017 due to track clo­sure fol­low­ing wet weather. He added ir­re­spec­tive he felt Clear The Beach was for­ward enough in its prepa­ra­tion to run out 1400m. Stew­ards deemed the per­for­mance of the geld­ing un­sat­is­fac­tory and ruled that it must bar­rier trial to their sat­is­fac­tion prior its next race start.

RACE 9: Es­grim­i­dor – prior to the dec­la­ra­tion of cor­rect weight, the Stew­ards viewed the of­fi­cial pa­trol films to as­cer­tain whether the geld­ing had been de­nied a fair start. Af­ter view­ing the films, it was es­tab­lished that as the start ef­fect Es­grim­i­dor si­mul­ta­ne­ously reared, re­sult­ing in rider B Spriggs dis­mount­ing from the geld­ing in the bar­rier and Es­grim­i­dor then com­plet­ing the course rid­er­less. Trainer Mr T Howlett was ad­vised that horse must bar­rier trial to the sat­is­fac­tion of stew­ards prior to rac­ing again. Rose Of Man – reared as the start was ef­fected and lost con­sid­er­able ground (4L). Hav­ing re­gard to the cir­cum­stances and the ad­vice of trainer. Mr Robin­son could of­fer no ex­cuse for to­day’s per­for­mance and in­di­cated that the mare had pleased the sta­ble lead­ing into to­day’s race. In light of the ad­vice that Mr Robin­son would now spell Rose Of Man, no action was taken. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Ice Bucket – slow to be­gin. Em­i­nent Duke- be­gan awk­wardly. Lover­boy Charlie – be­gan awk­wardly. When ques­tioned re­gard­ing his rid­ing round­ing the home turn and in the early part of the straight, G Schofield stated that mak­ing

home turn he con­tem­plated tak­ing a run to the in­side, but when he was wait­ing to as­cer­tain whether his mount was go­ing to be able to im­prove the in­side of Isorich, at this point Agent D’or, which was po­si­tioned to his in­side, shifted off and ob­tained the run he en­deav­our­ing to im­prove into

as a re­sult he shifted his mount to the out­side to se­cure clear run­ning. He added how­ever, he was held up when hav­ing to shift to the out­side of Isorich and weak­en­ing Min­nesota. He said he then se­cured clear run­ning near the 200m and, af­ter then hav­ing to shift to the in­side of Lion Couchant the 50m con­tinue into clear run­ning, Lover­boy Charlie fin­ished the race off well. Ar­gent D’or – on jump­ing was ham­pered when crowded by Salerno, which shifted in. San­giovese – slow to be­gin and then had to steady off the heels of Cos­mic Cameo, which shifted out. In the early stages was in­con­ve­nienced when its rider App. N Hey­wood had to take pre­cau­tion­ary action avoid the rid­er­less Es­grim­i­dor. Close to fin­ish rider App. N Hey­wood was pre­vented from rid­ing his mount out to the fin­ish when placed close eels of the rid­er­less Es­grim­i­dor. Pro Con­sul – raced wide with­out cover in the early and mid­dle stages when its rider App. R King po­si­tioned her mount to avoid the rid­er­less Es­grim­i­dor. Isorich – App. A Ad­kins stated in his view Isorich was not suited by to­day’s heavy track con­di­tions. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Min­nesota – App. B Ryan stated that his mount raced keen in the run in the fast early tempo and as a con­se­quence was left with­out fin­ish­ing ef­fort. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Cos­mic Cameo – a post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties.

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