BEL­MONT PARK:

What the stew­ards said

The Sportsman Weekend - - Chartform -

RACE 1: CRICKET INDA HOUSE Raced keenly through t he mid­dle stages. LIGHT­HOUSE ROCK Tight­ened and checked pass­ing the 800m. MULTIVERSE Bumped, crowded and stead­ied on jump­ing lost one length. Com­menced to race keenly ap­proach­ing the 600 m hav­ing to be stead­ied. EX­CEL­LENT JERRY Bumped out­wards over t he con­clud­ing stages. PRINCESS ZELDA Im­peded and moved out abruptly when taken out­wards for clear run­ning at the 300m. CIN­DERELLA’S DREAM Lay in ward sin the straight and was mo­men­tar­ily crowded from heels and stead­ied ap­proach­ing the 200m.

RACE 2: DEBELLATIO Raced wide through the early and mid­dle stages un­til ob­tain­ing the lead from the 800 m. MIR­A­CLE MAN Is a geld­ing. Had dif­fi­culty se­cur­ing clear run­ning from on straight­en­ing un­til pass­ing the 250m. TURBO POWER Lay out­wards through­out. DANES MA­REE Raced wide through­out. Crowded and stead­ied pass­ing t he 75m. THREADS OF I VEY Com­menced awk­wardly and con­tacted its barr ier par tition los­ing one l en­gth. Held up on from on straight­en­ing un­til pass­ing t he 200m and was blocked for clear r un­ning over the con­clud­ing stages.

RACE 3: JETOOMY Held up on straight­en­ing and when at­tempt­ing a clear r un raced in re­str icted room for a shor t dis­tance near the 300m be­fore get­ting fully clear. CHARLESTOWN Im­peded over t he con­clud­ing stages. CARALABEK Held up from on straight­en­ing un­til an­gled out­wards to ob­tain clear r un­ning near t he 300m. COUGAR NIGHTS Tight­ened and re­strained near t he 300m. BLACK­WOOD Held up from on straight­en­ing un­til pass­ing the 100m. PROCLA­MA­TION Com­menced awk­wardly and bumped. Im­peded for clear r un­ning round­ing the home tur n and from on straight­en­ing un­til the 300m.

RACE 4: MISS SONDRIO Obliged t o race wide through­out. DUTCH SPY Raced tightly with an­other run­ner over t he fi­nal 150m. Rider re­ported he was ac­ci­den­tally struck on his arm on a num­ber of oc­ca­sions by the whip an­other rider in straight which had dis­ad­van­taged him slightly over the fi­nal stages of the event. MAS­SACHUSETTS Im­peded for clear run­ning un­til taken out­wards leav­ing the 150m. TWELVE ROUNDS A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Trainer ad­vised t he geld­ing would now be sent for a spell. Has since spelled.

RACE 5: AN­OTHER VI­SION Slow into st ride and lost one length. PATAPUS Frac­tious in the bar­ri­ers prior to the star t and com­menced awk­wardly threw its head, strik­ing the rider in the face and as a re­sult lost one length. Due to this in­ci­dent rider ad­vised he was un­able to se­cure a po­si­tion closer to the speed as an­tic­i­pated. HELLO PARIS In re­la­tion

mare lead­ing, rider ex­plained that he had not pected to lead but due to the cir­cum­stances of the race he elected al­low mare st ride for­ward to avoid con­tin­u­ing to race wide. ROTA NA BEACH Bumped out­wards and stead­ied at t he 1100m

was again stead­ied from heels pass­ing the 1000m. IN THIS LIFE Raced wide through­out. A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no sig­nif­i­cant ab­nor­mal­i­ties other than a mi­nor self-in­flicted abra­sion to its off fore fet­lock. ACE’S WISH Dipped on jump­ing. QUEST TO VENUS Bumped on straight­en­ing and was then im­peded for clear run­ning un­til an­gled in wards near the 250m.

RACE 6: AT­LANTA BLUE Lay in­ward sin the straight plac­ing its rider at a dis­ad­van­tage to fully test his mount in the straight. CHAS­ING CHAOS Raced wide through­out.

tightly with an­other run­ner over t he fi­nal 150m. CASH ON CALL Over-raced in the early stages. FIRE DETONATOR Im­peded for a clear run from on straight­en­ing un­til an­gle din wards leav

the200m.YOUNGG IN A Im­peded for clear run­ning from on straight­en­ing un­til an­gled in­wards ap­proach­ing the 200m. Lay out­wards over fi­nal 100m. AIRLIE SUN Raced wide through­out. RARE SELEC- TION Slipped on jump­ing. Raced keenly through the early and mid­dle stages and when be­ing stead­ied near the 900m got its head in air shifted out­wards and bumped. Due the geld­ing’s rac­ing man­ner, Trainer was ad­vised that he must con­tinue to en­gage the ser­vice sofa se­nior rider its im­me­di­ate rac­ing fu­ture. Trainer ad­vised that the geld­ing re­turned with a self- in­flicted lac­er­a­tion to its near hind fet­lock.

RACE 7: FAL­CON CREST Com­menced awk­wardly. PROPER ANT ES Un­able to ob­tain clear run­ning in the straight. WAY­SIDE Raced wide through­out.

RACE 8: OUT­LAW PETE In re­la­tion to the geld­ing’s per­for­mance, rider ad­vised that t he geld­ing was un­der pres­sure from t he 600m. A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re veal edt geld­ing to have quar­tered its off fore heel and was sub­se­quently treated. SET­TLERS CREEK A post-race vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed no ab­nor­mal­i­ties. Trainer later ad­vised that the geld­ing re­turned show­ing signs of be­ing big in con­di­tion which he at­trib­uted to its dis­ap­point­ing per­for­mance. CAN­DLE­LIGHT STAR Dwelt at the start los­ing, two lengths. BARAKI BEAT SA Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion of the geld­ing be­hind the bar­ri­ers re­vealed it to have mi­nor abra­sion to its off fore paster n and it was sub­se­quently passed fit star t. Raced wide through­out. MY GREEK BOY Lay out­wards in the straight. PINZU Slow into st ride, los­ing two lengths. In re­la­tion to the dis­ap­point­ing per­for­mance, rider ad­vised his mount had ace din a flat man­ner. A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing to have re­turned mildly lame in the near fore. Co-Trainer ad­vised that the geld­ing had now come to the end of its prepa­ra­tion and would be sent for a spell. Has since spelled. KENS­ING­TON ABBEY Re­turned hav­ing cast its off hind plate dur­ing run­ning. OUR FINEST MO­MENT Slow to be­gin. Raced keenly through the early and mid­dle stages. Im­peded from on straight­en­ing un­til taken out­wards ap­proach­ing the 100 mand­had a ten­dency to lay­out wards there­after. Rider ad­vised that the geld­ing was frac­tious in bar­ri­ers prior to the start and as a con­se­quence was slow to be­gin which pre­vented her from tak­ing up an on pace po­si­tion as in­structed. A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing to be acutely lame in the near fore. Trainer was ad­vised that the geld­ing would re­quire a Vet­eri­nary Cer­tifi­cate of Sound­ness prior to rac­ing or trial ling again. GO DUTCH A post race Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed the geld­ing to have re­turned with an el­e­vated heart rate. Trainer ad­vised that he would have the geld­ing un­dergo a full Vet­eri­nary ex­am­i­na­tion and ad­vise Stew­ards ac­cord­ingly. Trainer later re­ported that the geld­ing had un­der­gone an elec­tro­car­dio­gram with no ab­nor­mal­i­ties de­tected and he would con­tinue its cur­rent prepa­ra­tion. SHARPBOB Lay out­wards over the fi­nal 150m.

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