STEW­ARDS RE­PORT: Rand­wick 2/9/2017

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RACE 1: Dis­so­lu­tion – slow to be­gin. Shortly af­ter the start was stead­ied and shifted in be­hind run­ners to ob­tain cover. De­volv­ing – over­raced the early and mid­dle stages. Hung out in the early part of straight. Rider App. A Ad­kins stated his mount was in­clined to race greenly in the run and as a re­sult he raced three wide, al­beit with cover. He said un­der pres­sure in the straight De­volv­ing proved some­what dif­fi­cult to ride out as it con­tin­ued shift ground and in his opin­ion would ben­e­fit from to­day’s per­for­mance. He fur­ther added in his view De­volv­ing might be bet­ter suited by com­ing back in dis­tance and with the ad­di­tion of blink­ers, whereby filly would be as­sisted by a faster ear­lier tempo. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the filly to be dis­play­ing a poor post-race re­cov­ery. Is­land Mis­sile – com­menced to get its head up and over­raced near the 1100m when be­ing re­strained. When ques­tioned re­gard­ing his riding round­ing the home turn, T Ang­land stated he fol­lowed An­daz through­out the mid­dle stages af­ter be­ing crossed by that run­ner mak­ing first turn. He said for some dis­tance ap­proach­ing the 600m his mount raced tight to the in­side of De­volv­ing when that run­ner was in­clined shift ground, which re­sulted in Is­land Mis­sile racing a lit­tle keenly. When ques­tioned as to whether there was an op­por­tu­nity to shift three wide

fol­low Al­bu­min mak­ing the home turn, T Ang­land stated in his opin­ion the op­tion to do so was too far from the fin­ish and for this rea­son he elected to fol­low An­daz into the straight. He added on straight­en­ing he im­proved to in­side of Al­bu­min and then was held up on the back of An­daz be­fore se­cur­ing clear run­ning near 200m. Stew­ards ad­vised T Ang­land that in their opin­ion he had made an er­ror of judge­ment in not shift­ing off three deep to fol­low Al­bu­min, which then would have af­forded him clear run­ning in the early part of the straight. In tak­ing no fur­ther ac­tion against T Ang­land, Stew­ards were of the view that this did not ma­te­ri­ally prej­u­dice the geld­ing’s chances of fin­ish­ing in the first three plac­ings. Beau Geste – laid out when placed un­der pres­sure from the 300m. An­daz – a post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Al­bu­min – when ques­tioned, rider J Parr stated that, as no­ti­fied to the Stew­ards, he was in­structed to en­deav­our to ob­tain cover. He said from his wide draw when his mount com­menced well he im­me­di­ately looked to in­side to as­cer­tain as whether there was an op­por­tu­nity to ob­tain cover. He said ap­proach­ing the first turn, when it be­came ap­par­ent his mount was go­ing to be caught wide, he elected then to ride for­ward with a view cross­ing An­daz, how­ever Al­bu­min did not show the nec­es­sary speed to do so and as a con­se­quence was caught three wide with­out cover through­out the event. J Parr fur­ther stated that as a re­sult of the tough run his mount was un­der pres­sure mak­ing home turn, whereby it gave ground in the straight.

RACE 2: Ro­man Son – co-trainer Mr A Cum­mings re­ported to the Stew­ards this morn­ing that geld­ing was found be cough­ing fol­low­ing light ex­er­cise. Ro­man Son was ex­am­ined by the sta­ble vet­eri­nar­ian, who per­formed an en­do­scopic ex­am­i­na­tion on the geld­ing, and passed it fit to start. Raced keenly in

early stages. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Wahng Wah – slow to be­gin. Held up mak­ing the home turn and in the early part of the straight. Ad­mi­ral Jello – slow to be­gin. Near the 1000m was in­clined to race keenly and stead­ied away from the heels of Doukhan. My Gi­u­liano – slow to be­gin. Raced keenly in the early stages. Caught wide the stages be­fore be­ing al­lowed to stride for­ward near the 1500m to race out­side leader. When ques­tioned re­gard­ing his riding mak­ing the home turn and the rea­son his mount shifted out, M Walker stated in the early stages he was obliged to make some use of his mount to cross and ob­tain a po­si­tion out­side the lead. He said as a con­se­quence when he placed his mount un­der pres­sure from the 600m it com­menced to tire and, as he rode his mount along, it rolled out. M Walker added that was not aware that Up ‘N’ Rolling po­si­tioned to his in­side as he made the home turn and in fact was of the view that Ro­man Son had ob­tained po­si­tion in

early stages. Stew­ards ad­vised M Walker that, whilst they ac­cepted his ev­i­dence that he was not aware Up ‘N’ Rolling po­si­tioned to his in­side, should wher­ever pos­si­ble ride his mounts in a com­pet­i­tive man­ner. Mul­ti­facets – rider H Bow­man stated his in­ten­tion was to en­deav­our to lead on the geld­ing to­day as it has per­formed best when be­ing able to be rid­den in this man­ner. He said when the early tempo was stronger than ex­pected he po­si­tioned his mount be­hind the lead­ers and in his view this was the main rea­son for geld­ing’s dis­ap­point­ing per­for­mance. He added from the 600m he en­deav­oured to im­prove into the event, how­ever af­ter re­spond­ing briefly his riding, Mul­ti­facets was un­able to fin­ish the race off. A pos­trace vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Ply­mouth Road – a post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing bled for the first time from both nos­trils. Trainer Mr M Smith was ad­vised Ply­mouth Road would in­cur the manda­tory three month ban un­der AR53A and would be re­quired to ei­ther gal­lop over 1000m in the pres­ence of the Stew­ards or bar­rier trial to the sat­is­fac­tion of Stew­ards prior to racing again.

RACE 3: All But Gone – slow to be­gin (2L). Trainer Mr D Lane was fined the sum of $50 un­der AR59A for fail­ing to pro­duce the Thor­ough­bred Iden­tity Card for the geld­ing. More To Gain – slow to be­gin. For a short dis­tance near the 200m had some dif­fi­culty se­cur­ing clear run­ning. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing bled for the first time from both nos­trils. Co-trainer Ms A Turner was ad­vised More To Gain would in­cur the manda­tory three month ban un­der AR53A and be re­quired to ei­ther gal­lop over 1000m in the pres­ence of the Stew­ards or bar­rier trial to the sat­is­fac­tion of Stew­ards prior to racing again. Mu­raqaba – be­gan awk­wardly. When ques­tioned, rider B Av­dulla stated his mount trav­elled com­fort­ably out­side the leader Embley. He said when placed un­der pres­sure mak­ing the home turn Mu­raqaba was in­clined to lay out, but when placed un­der pres­sure in the straight did not re­spond to his riding and weak­ened. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing to be dis­play­ing a poor post-race re­cov­ery and res­pi­ra­tory dis­tress. Co-trainer Mr A Cum­mings in­formed the Stew­ards Mu­raqaba would now be spelled. Co-trainer Mr E Cum­mings was fined the sum of $200 un­der AR140A for fail­ing to fit the surcin­gle on the geld­ing, which re­sulted in Mu­raqaba be­ing de­layed leav­ing the mount­ing en­clo­sure. Jam­in­zah – when ques­tioned re­gard­ing his riding, H Bow­man stated mount set­tled to­wards the rear of the field as an­tic­i­pated. He said near the 600m when Man­da­long Kiss shifted out to im­prove he al­lowed his mount start to make ground with a view

im­prov­ing be­tween All But Gone and Zin Zan Ed­die. He added, as he com­menced to ride his mount along, All But Gone shifted out abruptly and ob­tained the po­si­tion he was look­ing to take and as a con­se­quence he was dis­ap­pointed and obliged to shift to the in­side of All But Gone. H Bow­man fur­ther stated on straight­en­ing a run briefly de­vel­oped be­tween All But Gone and Mi­ami Dade, which he then elected to im­me­di­ately ob­tain, how­ever when Mu­raqaba shifted out it re­sulted in Mi­ami Dade be­ing taken wider on the track and he was again dis­ap­pointed for clear run­ning and had to be stead­ied. He said he then shifted back to the in­side of More To Gain ob­tain clear run­ning, whereby his mount took some time to re­spond to his riding once into clear run­ning.

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