AS­COT: What the ste­wards said

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RACE 1: RE­SIS­TANCE Jumped awk­wardly and shifted out­wards. VI­TAL BLAST Raced wide through­out. RUBIA MISS Bounded on jump­ing and bumped shor tly af­ter.

RACE 2: NORTH RIDGE Held up for a shor t dis­tance pr ior to straight­en­ing. Re­tur ned with mi- nor abra­sion it s near fore paster n and hav­ing sprung its near fore plate dur ing r un­ning. DEZZIES DREAM Raced keenly in the ear ly and mid­dle stages when l eading. In re­la­tion to mare lead­ing, r ider re­por ted that it was his in­ten­tion t o ride t he mare more pos­i­tively out of t he barr iers com­pared to its last star t, how­ever he did not an­tic­i­pate lead­ing the event and the mare then failed to set­tle through the ear ly and mid­dle stages de­spite his ef­for ts. COR­PO­RATE LARRIKIN Hindquar­ters bumped in­wards be­com­ing un­bal­anced for a shor t dis­tance pass­ing the 1300m. DARK MUSKET Raced wide from the 600m. TER­ROR FORCE Com­menced awk­wardly and l ost one length. Blun­dered and checked los­ing its po­si­tion as a re­sult of it over-reach­ing and catch­ing its near fore toe clip pass­ing t he 400m. In view of the geld­ing hav­ing had a sim­i­lar in­ci­dent when rac­ing at As­cot on 18 March 2017, Trainer was ad­vised that it will be barred from rac­ing with front toe clips for its fu­ture starts. A post-race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion of the geld­ing re­vealed no ab­nor­mal­i­ties.

RACE 3: DIS­TANT MEM­ORY Scram­bled on jump­ing. Bumped near the 650m. QUILISTA Pulled hard when lead­ing and failed to set­tle de­spite the ef­forts of its rider get­ting its head in the air on sev­eral oc­ca­sions and had a ten­dency to lay­out wards through­out run­ning. Bumped on straight­en­ing with the rider be­com­ing un­bal­anced. FANCY FOX Dipped on jump­ing. QUEEN OF CHOICE Raced wide through­out. Lay in­wards across heels when un­der pres­sure and stead­ied at the 250m. DETANGO Crowded and bumped on jump­ing. Raced greenly in the straight and lay in wards over the fi­nal 150m. CAPRI­CORN DANCER At t he re­quest of the rider tm are un­der­went a Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion be­hind the bar­ri­ers prior to the star t was passed fit to race. Raced keenly through

early and mid­dle stages. Im­peded from on straight­en­ing un­til an­gled out­wards to ob­tain clear run­ning pass­ing the 200m. FIRST TRADE Lay out­wards in the straight. Rider ex­pressed dis­ap­point­ment in the mare’s per­for­mance and ad­vised that it lay­out­wards from the 400m. A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Trainer ad­vised that he would freshen the mare and make some shoe­ing changes prior to its next star t.

RACE 4: SEEKER Raced wide on straight­en­ing. CAIPIR­INHA Raced keenly when lead­ing. TEN­TER­DEN Taken out­wards across heels at the 600 m. Re­turned with a mi­nor lac­er­a­tion to its near hind fet­lock and hav­ing cast its near hind plate dur­ing run­ning.

RACE 5: THE CELT Raced tightly and bumped with an­other run­ner on sev­eral oc­ca­sions be­tween the 150m and the 100m. HOBO­KEN Com­menced awk­wardly and bumped. A post r ace Ve­teri-nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing to be slow to re­cover. KARLAKEE MISS Raced wide from the 600m. LEITFADEN Held up for clear run­ning 400 m un­til ap­proach­ing t he 100m. MY GRACE Bumped on jump­ing, los­ing two lengths. Brushed with an­other run­ner at the 50 m. Apos trace Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the filly to have re­turned lame to its off fore. Co-Trainer later ad­vised that on re­turn to the sta­ble, the filly was found to have an ab­scess to its off fore hoof. PER­SIAN PRINCESS Raced keenly in the early stages get­ting its head in the air. A post-race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the filly to be lame in the off fore. Has since been spelled. TOP OF THE CLASS Com­menced awk­wardly and struck the bar­rier par­ti­tion. Held up and taken out­wards for clear run­ning at the 250m.

RACE 6: WICKED HUNTER Held tight and stead­ied ap­proach­ing the 800m. A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed geld­ing to have re­turned with an abra­sion to its near hind. HINCHINBEEL Com­menced awk­wardly and made con­tact with the out­side of its bar­rier gate and shortly af­ter was crowded and lost one length. Rider re­ported that he in­structed to po­si­tion t geld­ing on pace, how­ever af­ter los­ing ground at the star t, he con­se­quently set­tled in a rear­ward po­si­tion. A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no ab­nor­mal­i­ties. BOMBER BAY Com­menced slowly, los­ing one length. THE DI­REC­TOR Im­peded for clear run­ning from t he 400m un­til an­gled out­wards across heels pass­ing the 300m. SOME­DAY ONE DAY A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing to have re­turned with a slightly el­e­vated hear t rate. ACADEMY GE­ORGE Slow into st ride, los­ing one length. Bumped and buf­feted at the 900m. Im­proved onto heels and re­strained out­wards when rac­ing un­gen­er­ously at the 600m. Trainer was ad­vised that he is to con­tinue to en­gage the ser­vices of a se­nior rider for geld­ing’s fu­ture rac­ing.

RACE 7: MAJINIKA Lay out­wards in the straight and shifted con­sid­er­able ground over t he fi­nal 200m. RED PUB­LISHER Raced keenly through the early and mid­dle stages. Im­peded for clear run-ning from on straight­en­ing un­til an­gled out­wards pass­ing the 250 m and lay in­wards for the re­main­der of the event. RIP­PER RIO Lay

pass­ing t he 600m de­spite the ef­forts of its rider. Lay in wards int straight. SENSO Lay out­wards in the straight. WAR GOD Raced wide for the ma­jor­ity. KNOT AFRAID Slow into st ride, los­ing one length.

RACE 8: DANCE MASTER Held up for a short dis­tance on straight­en­ing. CAPPOD’ OR O Raced wide for the ma­jor ity of the event. Im­peded for clear r un­ning from on straight­en­ing un­til an­gled out­wards at the 150m. FREE­DOM BY CHOICE Over­raced through ear ly and mid­dle stages. Lay in­wards in the straight. AT THE READY Jumped awk­wardly get­ting its head in the air and lost two lengths. Im­peded on straight­en­ing un­til taken out­wards at the 200m to ob­tain clear r un­ning. CULVERIN Raced wide for the ma­jor ity of the event. DUST ME OFF Mo­men­tar­ily held up on straight­en­ing. QUEEN OF TEASE Trainer ad­vised that he would in­str uct for the mare to be r id­den fur­ther back in the field than r id­den pre­vi­ously in an at­tempt to have the mare set­tle in its races and this in­for ma­tion was dis­sem­i­nated. Raced wide for the ma­jor ity of the event. MID­NIGHT BAN­QUET Lay out­wards round­ing the home tur n MONTOYAS Held up from on straight­en­ing un­til an­gled out­wards to ob­tain clear r un­ning at the 200m.

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