STEW­ARDS RE­PORT: Mor­phettville 24/6/2017

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RACE 1: The start of this event was de­layed ap­prox­i­mately two min­utes. ow­ing to MID­NIGHT STORM prov­ing very dif­fi­cult be­hind the bar­ri­ers and de­lay­ing be­ing loaded into its bar­rier stall. ALMADRAM (P. Gatt) – had dif­fi­culty ob­tain­ing clear run­ning shortly af­ter the en­trance to the straight and there­after was held up for clear run­ning from in vicin­ity of the 200 me­tres un­til near the 100 me­tres. BERNIE (T. Pan­nell) – rider ex­plained that it was his in­ten­tion to set­tle a lit­tle more for­ward than he was able to in this event but there­after when en­ter­ing the straight the geld­ing did not fin­ish the race off as ex­pected and was dis­ap­point­ing. Per­formed be­low ex­pec­ta­tions. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing to be lame in the near hind leg. Trainer, Mr W. Clarken, was ad­vised that a Ve­teri­nary Cer­tifi­cate of Fit­ness was re­quired prior to a fu­ture trial or race. LANDOWNER (V. Wong) – ap­proach­ing the 200 me­tres was tight­ened be­tween run­ners and as a con­se­quence was se­verely ham­pered for a num­ber of strides. MID­NIGHT STORM (R. Clark) – Very dif­fi­cult be­hind the bar­ri­ers and de­layed be­ing loaded into its bar­rier stall. Trainer, Mr J. Smith, was ad­vised that a warn­ing had been placed on the geld­ing in re­la­tion to its man­ners at the bar­ri­ers. In­clined to lay in and rolled in, in the vicin­ity of the 700 me­tres and tight­ened THINK OUT LOUD, which was ham­pered and had to be stead­ied. Rider rep­ri­manded and ad­vised to take greater care when her mounts com­mence to shift ground. Laid in, in the straight. OUR WIT­NESS (S. Fawke) – slow into stride. Ap­proach­ing the 200 me­tres shifted out and tight­ened LANDOWNER onto BERNIE, re­sult­ing in LANDOWNER be­ing se­verely ham­pered. Rider rep­ri­manded and ad­vised to take greater care when shift­ing ground. ARTIS­TIC ES­CAPE (J. Kah) – a post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no vis­i­ble ab­nor­mal­i­ties. THINK OUT LOUD (E. Fin­negan) – ham­pered and had to be stead­ied in the vicin­ity of the 700 me­tres.

RACE 2: PHELPS GLORY (E. Fin­negan) – rider ex­plained that in her opin­ion the geld­ing may have laboured un­der its al­lo­cated weight over con­clud­ing stages. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no vis­i­ble ab­nor­mal­i­ties. TENOSSUH (P. Gatt) – con­tacted ap­proach­ing the 900 me­tres.

RACE 2: FOX BY ZERPRISE (J. Bowditch) – ap­proach­ing the 1000 me­tres be­came awk­ward on the heels of EPERDUMENT as that horse shifted across and in avoid­ing the heels of EPERDUMENT

out then be­came very awk­wardly placed on the heels of MAN­HAT­TAN MAN­NERS for a short dis­tance as that horse im­proved to take up a po­si­tion to the out­side of EPERDUMENT. As a con­se­quence, FOX BY ZERPRISE shifted in near the 900 me­tres and con­tacted TENOSSUH. DON’T DOUBT IT (J. Pot­ter) – taken wider near the 700 me­tres. EMZARA (J. Kah) – rider re­ported that filly felt awk­ward in its action in the straight and failed to fin­ish race off in the man­ner ex­pected. A pos­trace ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed filly to be lame in the off hind leg. Trainer, Mr T. McEvoy, was ad­vised that a Ve­teri­nary Cer­tifi­cate of Fit­ness was re­quired prior to a fu­ture trial or race. MAN­HAT­TAN MAN­NERS (J. To­eroek) – shifted out near the 700 me­tres tak­ing DON’T DOUBT IT wider.

RACE 3: SANDHILL WAR­RIOR (A. Jord­sjo) – raced wide with­out cover in the mid­dle stages of the event. Had to be mo­men­tar­ily stead­ied ap­proach­ing 100 me­tres and had to al­ter course to the out­side of PEP­PER THE PIN as that horse shifted in. STRATE­GIC DE­MAND (R. Clark) – rider rep­ri­manded un­der AR137A(5) (a)(ii) in that she used her whip on more than five oc­ca­sions prior to the 100 me­tres and was rep­ri­manded. RE­DEEM BOUNTY (J. To­eroek) – rider re­ported that he had not an­tic­i­pated set­tling as far back as he did but ow­ing to the geld­ing be­ing slow into stride he was un­able to take up a more for­ward po­si­tion as in­tended. KILLAWARRA (P. Gatt) – post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no vis­i­ble ab­nor­mal­i­ties. LAST BUL­LET (J. Kah) – held up for clear run­ning from the 300 me­tres to the 200 me­tres. PEP­PER THE PIN (J. Holder) – ap­proach­ing

100 me­tres shifted in and in­con­ve­nienced SANDHILL WAR­RIOR. Rider rep­ri­manded and ad­vised to take greater care when shift­ing ground. Cor­rect weight was de­layed to al­low A. Jord­sjo (SANDHILL WAR­RIOR), placed fourth, and that geld­ing’s trainer, Mr S. Turner, to view the vision in the straight.

RACE 4: EDGE­WOOD (J. Kah) – stood flat-footed at the start and lost many lengths. Trainer, Mr J. Macmil­lan, was ad­vised that in view of this re­port and the geld­ing’s pre­vi­ous his­tory it was now sus­pended from rac­ing un­til it was able to prove to Stew­ards’ sat­is­fac­tion that it could jump on terms with the field in two con­sec­u­tive Of­fi­cial Bar­rier Tri­als. A pos­trace ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no vis­i­ble ab­nor­mal­i­ties. EXIMIUS (P. Gatt) – rider pleaded guilty to a charge un­der AR137A(4)(b) in that he used his whip action raised arm above shoul­der height and was fined $200. CH­EST­NUT CHARLIE (E. Fin­negan) – raced keenly in the early stages of the event. BULLITT COUNTY (J. Bowditch) – stood flat-footed at the start and lost many lengths. Trainer, Mr G. Young, was ad­vised that in view of this re­port and the geld­ing’s pre­vi­ous his­tory it was now sus­pended from rac­ing un­til it was able to prove to Stew­ards’ sat­is­fac­tion that it could jump on terms with the field in two con­sec­u­tive Of­fi­cial Bar­rier Tri­als. GALAXY GAZER (R. Clark) – raced keenly in the early stages of the event. SPIRITOF EN­DEAV­OUR (USA) (S. Fawke) – raced keenly in the early stages of the event.

RACE 5: DAY­TONA GREY (R. Clark) – crowded at the start and there­after was held up for a short dis­tance ap­proach­ing the 100 me­tres. CORE BREACH (P. Gatt) – shifted out at start onto DAY­TONA GREY. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing to be lame in near fore­leg. Trainer, Mr M. Sey­ers, was ad­vised that a Ve­teri­nary Cer­tifi­cate of Fit­ness was re­quired prior to a fu­ture trial or race. ORUJO (T. Pan­nell) – frac­tious in the bar­rier and reared as the gates were re­leased, be­gan very awk­wardly los­ing two to three lengths. Mo­men­tar­ily held up for clear run­ning at the en­trance to the straight. In view of this geld­ing be­ing frac­tious in the bar­ri­ers, trainer, Mr S Mathrick, was ad­vised that a warn­ing had been placed on the geld­ing in re­la­tion to its bar­rier man­ners. SANDHILL FLASH (A. Jord­sjo) – awk­ward to be­gin and hung out through­out dur­ing the event.

RACE 6: MEDAL­LION HOMES HAND­I­CAP – 1800 me­tres WE’RE SO LUCKY (R. Clark) – in­side the 200 me­tres

got its head up and raced un­gen­er­ously for a short dis­tance. SA­DIA (J. Bowditch) – ap­proach­ing the 200 me­tres, when weak­en­ing, raced in re­stricted room be­tween MY NAUGHTY HOAKS and COLONEL KLINK (NZ), which both shifted ground slightly. Rider re­ported that the geld­ing made breath­ing noises dur­ing the event. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no vis­i­ble ab­nor­mal­i­ties. COLONEL KLINK (NZ) (B. Clar­idge) – in­clined to lay in, in the straight. SAGAAB (T. Pan­nell) raced keenly in the early and mid­dle stages of event. VIA CAVOUR (J. To­eroek) – awk­ward to be­gin. MY NAUGHTY HOAKS (P. Gatt) shifted out slightly ap­proach­ing the 200 me­tres. KIRCH­NER (E. Fin­negan) – rider pleaded guilty to a charge un­der AR137A(5) (a)(ii) in that she used her whip on more than five oc­ca­sions prior to the 100 me­tres and was rep­ri­manded.

RACE 7: SHEEZ ON TOP (R. Clark) – shifted in near the 1000 me­tres onto HAZY LANE. Rider re­minded of her obli­ga­tions when shift­ing ground. HAZY LANE (V. Wong) – in the vicin­ity of the 1000 me­tres raced in re­stricted room for a short dis­tance be­tween SHEEZ ON TOP, which shifted in, and I’LL DE­CIDE, which main­tained its line. ILOVEWHATSEBRINGS (D. Caboche) – from near the 600 me­tres im­proved onto heels of I’LL DE­CIDE, be­came awk­wardly placed and was then held up for clear run­ning. Shifted in slightly to the in­side of I’LL DE­CIDE and then raced re­stricted room for a short dis­tance was se­verely ham­pered when rac­ing be­tween I’LL DE­CIDE and OUR PROSPECT, and as a con­se­quence, made con­tact with PROSPECT. SUD­DEN WEALTH (T. Pan­nell) – held up for clear run­ning from the en­trance to the straight un­til ap­proach­ing 200 me­tres. I’LL DE­CIDE (J. Kah) – raced in re­stricted room for a short dis­tance in­side the 1000 me­tres. OUR PROSPECT (J. Holder) – Got its head up and raced un­gen­er­ously in the mid­dle stages of the event. Con­tacted in­side 600 me­tres. Cor­rect weight was de­layed to al­low Stew­ards and the Starter to view the vision of start in re­la­tion to CASH IS COM­ING.

RACE 8: FINE AP­PROACH (D. Caboche) – reared and was slow to be­gin. OAMARU OWL (J. Holder) raced keenly in the early stages of the event. ILGATTINO (J. Bowditch) – lost its near fore plate dur­ing the event. VICKI’S BOY (T. Pan­nell) – tight­ened shortly af­ter the start be­tween IDATWO and OAMARU OWL, which both shifted ground. Rider ex­plained that af­ter suf­fer­ing in­ter­fer­ence shortly af­ter the start he was placed at a dis­ad­van­tage and un­able to take up a po­si­tion mid-field with cover as in­tended and was obliged to set­tle fur­ther back. AS­CEN­DANCE (E. Fin­negan) – rider ac­ci­den­tally dropped her whip ap­proach­ing the 100 me­tres and pleaded guilty to a charge un­der AR137(a) for care­less­ness in drop­ping the whip and was fined $100. CRYS­TAL MO­MENT (O. Ridge) – raced very un­gen­er­ously and er­rat­i­cally dur­ing the event shifted ground both ways in the straight. A post-race ve­teri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no vis­i­ble ab­nor­mal­i­ties. STRAGUN (V. Wong) – laid in over the con­clud­ing stages. A post-race vet­eri­nar­ian ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no vis­i­ble ab­nor­mal­i­ties.

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