STEW­ARDS REPORT: ROSE­HILL GAR­DENS 9/9/ 2017

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RACE 1: Mariq­uita – reared as the start was ef­fected and then was crowded for room be­tween Mid­night De­light Heartlings, which be­gan awk­wardly. Ap­proach­ing the first turn com­menced to over­race and was stead­ied away from the heels of Cam­bage. Kar­avali – slow to be­gin. Rider H Bowman stated from his good draw to­day he elected to hold a for­ward po­si­tion on the mare. He said, with the strong early tempo set by Pos­i­tive Prob­lems, his mount was un­able to travel com­fort­ably in the race and in the straight failed to re­spond to his rid­ing. He added only ex­cuse he could of­fer was that Kar­avali was un­suited by to­day’s tempo. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Trainer Mr K Lees ad­vised the Stew­ards that Kar­avali had pleased lead­ing into to­day’s race and agreed with the as­sess­ment of H Bowman that mare was not suited by to­day’s strong early tempo, par­tic­u­larly racing sec­ond up to­day. Stew­ards ruled, hav­ing re­gard to the fact that Kar­avali was beaten 6.9 lengths as a $3.30 favourite, mare would be re­quired to bar­rier trial to the sat­is­fac­tion of the Stew­ards prior to its next start. Cam­bage – be­gan awk­wardly. Heartlings over­raced in the early stages. In­clined to lay out in straight and near the 150m made con­tact with Cam­bage when that run­ner shifted in slightly. A pos­trace vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. RACE 2: Sun­craze – slow to be­gin. In­clined to lay in in the mid­dle stages and near 700m be­came un­bal­anced when its rider C Brown cor­rected it to avoid mak­ing con­tact with the run­ning rail. Over the fi­nal 100m laid in un­der pres­sure. Har­vest Dream – be­gan awk­wardly. In­clined to over­race in the early stages. De­liv­ered slow to be­gin and then be­came un­bal­anced when bumped by Why Me Lord. Moss­man Gorge – near the 700m brushed the run­ning rail. 2 20170909ROSE Ruth­less Agent – when ques­tioned re­gard­ing the geld­ing be­ing in a mid­field po­si­tion, rider T Ang­land stated that first up to­day, with the ex­pected

fast tempo, he was in­structed from his wide draw to ride his mount with cover and an­tic­i­pated tak­ing up a mid­field po­si­tion. He added that mak­ing the home turn his mount was forced wider when Levee Bank taken out by Sun­craze and then in the straight Ruth­less Agent’s run came to an end near the 150m.

RACE 3: Not Only Flo­rina – got its head up at the start and be­gan awk­wardly. Sta­ble rep­re­sen­ta­tive Mr R Roberts ad­vised the mare will now be re­tired. Zaunkonig – be­gan awk­wardly. Map­maker –frac­tious in the bar­rier and jumped When ques­tioned re­gard­ing geld­ing be­ing rid­den in a for­ward po­si­tion, rider A Hyeron­imus con­firmed his in­struc­tions were if pos­si­ble to ride it qui­eter to­day from its wide draw. He said, al­though his mount jumped awk­wardly, it com­menced well and es­tab­lished a for­ward po­si­tion soon af­ter the start. He added, whilst he then looked to his in­side to as­cer­tain if he could com­ply with his in­struc­tions, when he was un­able to do so he was obliged to al­low his mount to stride for­ward and cross Al­ward in the early stages, which was fur­ther than he had planned or­der to take up a po­si­tion closer to the rail avoid cov­er­ing ex­ces­sive ground. Hunter Jack, Meiner Frec­cia and Imanui – all crowded on jump­ing be­tween Nat King Cu, which be­gan awk­wardly and shifted out, and Quick De­fence, laid in away from Al­ward, which shifted in. In this in­ci­dent Quick De­fence was also stead­ied when crowded. Vau­cluse Bay - from its wide bar­rier stead­ied and shifted in be­hind run­ners shortly af­ter the start. Egyp­tian Ruler – raced wide with­out cover through­out. Al­ward – laid in un­der pres­sure in the straight. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Nat King Cu – rider T Clark stated that the only ex­cuse he could of­fer for to­day’s dis­ap­point­ing per­for­mance was that the geld­ing raced like a tired horse and may have come to the end of its prepa­ra­tion. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Trainer Mr

J Coyle ad­vised Nat King Cu will now be spelled.

RACE 4: The Mis­sion – slow to be­gin. T Clark (Ad­dic­tive Na­ture) pleaded guilty to a charge of care­less rid­ing un­der AR137(a) in that near the 1200m he per­mit­ted his mount to shift in when not clear of The Mis­sion, which was checked and lost its run­ning. Sanc­tioned, which was trail­ing

also Ace High and Trapeze Artist, which was racing back to the in­side of The Mis­sion, were ham­pered when crowded. T Clark’s li­cence to ride in races was sus­pended for a pe­riod to com­mence on Sun­day, 17 Septem­ber 2017 and to ex­pire on Fri­day, 22 Septem­ber 2017, which day he may ride. In as­sess­ing penalty, Stew­ards took into ac­count T Clark’s ex­em­plary race rid­ing record un­der this rule. Rider C Brown started, af­ter be­ing crossed by Ad­dic­tive Na­ture near the 1200m, his mount com­menced to race fiercely, re­fused to set­tle and was checked avoid the heels of Ad­dic­tive Na­ture for some dis­tance. He said when The Mis­sion con­tin­ued to fight his ef­forts to re­strain he al­lowed the geld­ing 3 20170909ROSE stride for­ward and take up lead near the 1000m. He added as a con­se­quence The Mis­sion, racing first up to­day over 1500m, gave ground un­der pres­sure in the straight. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Sanc­tioned – slow to be­gin. Laid in in the straight and as a re­sult proved dif­fi­cult to shift to the out­side of Ad­dic­tive Na­ture in early part of the straight ob­tain clear run­ning. Ad­dic­tive Na­ture – af­ter race the colt kicked out in its tie-up stall and sus­tained a lac­er­a­tion to off-hind can­non. Trainer Mr B Baker was ad­vised vet­eri­nary clear­ance would be re­quired prior to Ad­dic­tive Na­ture racing again. RACE 5: Mighty Lucky – slow to be­gin. Good Project be­gan awk­wardly, shifted out and car­ried Dixie Blos­soms wider on jump­ing. Euro Angel – when ques­tioned, rider B Av­dulla stated as his mount has an in­cli­na­tion to

race fiercely in its races, with the strong early tempo, he al­lowed it to set­tle back to­wards the rear of the field. He said from 800m his mount im­proved to in­side of Egg Tart and fol­lowed Mighty Lucky. He added mak­ing the turn, when fol­low­ing Mighty Lucky and that run­ner ini­tially gave an in­di­ca­tion it was go­ing to shift off, he re­mained racing on its back with a view to com­ing

in­side, how­ever, when Mighty Lucky main­tained its po­si­tion closer to the rail, he im­proved to that run­ner’s out­side and, once he was then able to ob­tain clear run­ning to the of Egg Tart, Euro Angel ran on strongly in the straight.

RACE 6: Almighty Girl – be­gan awk­wardly and knuck­led shortly af­ter the start. Ze­na­li­cious slow to be­gin. Ghisoni – af­ter be­ing slow to be­gin was ham­pered shortly af­ter when Almighty Girl shifted in. When ques­tioned re­gard­ing the dis­ap­point­ing per­for­mance, B Av­dulla stated that his mount never trav­elled at any stage of the event and in par­tic­u­lar in mid­dle stages he was obliged to al­low his mount to drift back the field so as at­tempt to have it travel with him. He said in straight Ghisoni, whilst briefly tight­ened be­tween Danish Twist and Omei Sword near the 200m, was most dis­ap­point­ing in its fail­ure to re­spond to his rid­ing. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Trainer Mr J Cum­mings ad­vised that Ghisoni had pleased lead­ing up to to­day’s race and had tri­alled well. Mr Cum­mings un­der­took have Ghisoni un­dergo a thor­ough vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion, the re­sults of which he will for­ward to the Stew­ards, along with progress the mare. Omei Sword - from its wide bar­rier stead­ied and shifted in be­hind run­ners shortly af­ter the start. Day­see Doom – near

1000m be­came un­bal­anced when racing in re­stricted room to the in­side of Den­magic and also

awk­wardly placed close heels Per­izada. Held up for clear run­ning in the early part of the straight. Bonny O’Reilly – App. R King (Husster­i­cal) pleaded guilty to a charge of care­less rid­ing un­der AR137(a) in that round­ing the first turn she per­mit­ted her mount to shift when not 4 20170909ROSE clear of Bonny O’Reilly, which lost its run­ning and clipped the heels Husster­i­cal. Bonny O’Reilly then raced keenly in mid­dle stages for a short pe­riod. App. King’s per­mit to ride races was sus­pended a pe­riod to com­mence on Sun­day, 17 Septem­ber 2017 and to ex­pire on Sun­day, 24 Septem­ber 2017,

which day she may ride. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion of Husster­i­cal re­vealed the mare to have been gal­loped on to the off-hind leg. Den­magic – raced wide with­out cover through­out. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Magic Alibi - held up for clear run­ning round­ing the home turn and in the early part of the straight and could not be tested un­til near

200m. Gi­bral­tar Girl – held up mak­ing the home turn. Danish Twist – when ques­tioned re­gard­ing his rid­ing, G Schofield stated, af­ter be­ing slow to be­gin, his mount set­tled back to­wards the rear of the field as ex­pected. He said in mid­dle stages he raced to in­side of Ghisoni and when mak­ing the home turn was un­able to im­prove when placed close in­side of the heels of that run­ner. He added soon af­ter straight­en­ing he at­tempted to ob­tain a run to the in­side of Den­magic, but when Day­see Doom shifted out se­cure that run, he was then dis­ap­pointed and briefly at­tempted to ob­tain clear run­ning to the out­side of Den­magic. G Schofield fur­ther stated when he was again dis­ap­pointed for this run he shifted back to the in­side of Day­see Doom, but again over the con­clud­ing stages was held up when Day­see Doom shifted back in. Af­ter con­sid­er­ing his ex­pla­na­tions, the Stew­ards found that on home turn G Schofield was not in a po­si­tion to shift to the out­side of Ghisoni, par­tic­u­larly in cir­cum­stances where Omei Sword had im­proved quickly to that run­ner’s out­side. RACE 7: Ke­men­tari – af­ter ar­riv­ing on course the colt sus­tained a su­per­fi­cial wound above its right

nos­tril. Ke­men­tari was ex­am­ined by the Club’s Vet­eri­nary Of­fi­cer and cleared to start. Shogun Sun be­gan awk­wardly and shortly af­ter was crowded stead­ied away from the heels of In­vader when Me­nari shifted in. Chauf­feur – slow to be­gin. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion a mi­nor abra­sion the colt’s chin. RACE 8: Pet­rossian – reared as the start was ef­fected and lost con­sid­er­able ground (7 lengths). Trainer’s rep­re­sen­ta­tive Mr S Perry was ad­vised the geld­ing would be re­quired to bar­rier trial to the sat­is­fac­tion of Stew­ards prior to racing again. Cogliere – slow

be­gin and from its wide bar­rier was stead­ied and shifted in be­hind run­ners shortly af­ter the start. Top Striker – over­raced the mid­dle stages. Supreme Ef­fort – near the 300m shifted out and bumped Den­purr. 5 20170909ROSE

RACE 9: Wayanka – Stew­ards con­sid­ered an ob­jec­tion lodged by B Av­dulla rider of 2nd placeget­ter Wayanka against In­ter­locuter (T Ang­land) be­ing de­clared the winner, al­leg­ing in­ter­fer­ence in early part of the straight. Af­ter con­sid­er­ing all ev­i­dence, Stew­ards found that near the 300m Wayanka had es­tab­lished run­ning be­tween Cos­mopol and In­ter­locuter. In­ter­locuter then shifted out which then re­sulted in Wayanka los­ing the run and be­ing awk­wardly placed close to the heels of Cos­mopol for some dis­tance. As Stew­ards were sat­is­fied that had his in­ci­dent not oc­curred Wayanka would have fin­ished in ad­vance of In­ter­locuter, the ob­jec­tion was up­held. The plac­ings were amended to: 1 st Wayanka 2 nd In­ter­locuter 3 rd Oklahoma Girl 4 th Cos­mopol At a sub­se­quent in­quiry T Ang­land was rep­ri­manded and ad­vised he must en­sure he is suf­fi­ciently clear when shift­ing ground. Shortly af­ter the start the geld­ing, which had been slow to be­gin, was crowded for room be­tween He’s A Given and Ebenos, which taken out by Makeadane. From its wide bar­rier stead­ied and shifted in be­hind run­ners shortly af­ter the start. Over­raced in the mid­dle stages. Got Un­ders – be­gan very awk­wardly and made heavy con­tact with Be Like Dad, which was crowded, be­came un­bal­anced and lost ground. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. In­ter­locuter – slow to be­gin (2L). He’s A Given bumped with The Pharoah on jump­ing. Raced wide with­out cover through­out. Oklahoma Girl - from its wide bar­rier stead­ied and shifted in be­hind run­ners shortly af­ter the start. When ques­tioned re­gard­ing his rid­ing in the straight, H Bowman stated, af­ter fol­low­ing Wayanka round­ing home turn, when that run­ner shifted out slightly he elected to im­prove to its in­side. He said, af­ter rid­ing his mount along in the early part of the straight, as Oklahoma Girl com­menced to make ground he was in­con­ve­nienced and held up for clear run­ning be­tween In­ter­locuter and Pea­cock when Pea­cock shifted ground. He added when clear over the lat­ter stages Oklahoma Girl fin­ished its race off well. Sta­ble rep­re­sen­ta­tive Mr C Duck­worth ad­vised the mare was found to have bled from one nos­tril on re­turn to sta­ble. Mr Duck­worth was ad­vised Oklahoma Girl would be re­quired to ei­ther bar­rier trial or gal­lop over 1000m to the sat­is­fac­tion of the Stew­ards prior to racing again. The Pharoah – raced wide with­out cover un­til near the 900m. A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion did not re­veal any ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Trainer Mr G Ryan stated in his view The Pharoah raced like it had come to the end of its prepa­ra­tion and would now be spelled. Bud­deroo Knight – over­raced in the early and mid­dle stages. Makeadane – laid in un­der pres­sure in straight. Galaxy War­rior – when ques­tioned re­gard­ing the geld­ing racing back in the field, App. R King stated she had been in­structed to en­deav­our to find cover on the geld­ing. She said, af­ter com­menc­ing fairly, she elected to re­strain back to the tail of the field ob­tain cover and 6 20170909ROSE con­se­quently set­tled back fur­ther than ex­pected. She added un­der pres­sure in the straight Galaxy War­rior was able to find the line strongly.

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