Stewards' Summary @ Royal Randwick 6th April

Published: 10 Apr 2019


A summary of Royal Randwick for Saturday 6th April is shown below, including Vet Notes, Penalties and Fines. For the full report, visit the racingnsw.com.au website.

Vet Notes

  • Ori On Fire (Race 4)  – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover.
  • Muntahaa (Race 5) – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover.
  • Ventura Storm (Race 5) – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover.
  • Auvray (Race 5) – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to have lost its off-fore plate. An inquiry into the reason Auvray was checked near the 200m was adjourned so that rider L. Nolen (Self Sense) can be interviewed.
  • Zacada (Race 5) – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to have lost its near-fore plate.
  • Bellevue Hill (Race 6) – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the colt to be slow to recover.
  • Trapeze Artist (Race 8) – A post-race veterinary examination revealed Trapeze Artist to be lame (2/5) in the near-foreleg and to have an associated large haematoma to the elbow region of that leg. Trainer Mr G. Ryan undertook to report back to the Stewards on the future race plans for Trapeze Artist.
  • Vega Magic (Race 8)  – A post-race veterinary examination revealed Vega Magic was slow to recover. Co-trainer Mr D. Hayes confirmed the views expressed by D. Oliver that the gelding was not suited to the track conditions.
  • Fell Swoop (Race 8) – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be displaying cardiac arrhythmia. Trainer Mr M. Dale was advised that a veterinary clearance, including the results of an ECG, would be required prior to Fell Swoop having to barrier trial before its next race start.
  • Shoals (Race 8) – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to be lame (2/5) in the off-foreleg. Trainer Mr A. Freedman was advised that a veterinary clearance would be required before Shoals is permitted to barrier trial or race again.
  • I Am Serious (Race 9) – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to be lame (2/5) in the nearforeleg. Trainer Mr C. Waller was advised that a veterinary clearance would be required before I Am Serious is permitted to race or barrier trial again.

Penalties & Fines

  • C. Reith (Shuffle Up) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that near the 150m he permitted his mount to shift out, resulting in Ringerdingding being taken out across the running of Fun Fact, which lost its running and had to be steadied. C. Reith's licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Sunday 14 April 2019 and to expire on Sunday 21 April 2019 on which day he may ride.
  • S. Baster (Maracaibo) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that over the concluding stages, after initially shifting out and away from Amangiri, continued to shift out, resulting in Rock Dove being steadied when crowded between Welsh Legend and Maracaibo, and further resulting in Rocknavar being steadied and taken out causing Bye Bye Belle, Clementina and Romani Girl all to be hampered. S. Baster's licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Tuesday 16 April 2019 and to expire on Sunday 28 April 2019 on which day he may ride.
  • Mr M Moroney, Trainer of Vengeur Masque was fined the sum of $100 under AR65(1) for failing to produce the Thoroughbred Identification Card when requested. Raced wide and without cover until passing the 1500m when the gelding was allowed to stride forward and assume the lead. Self Sense – Raced wide and without cover for the major part of the race.
  • O. Bosson (Probabeel) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that near the 1300m he permitted his mount to shift in when insufficiently clear of Bullet Fly, which had to be checked. O. Bosson's licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Sunday 14 April 2019 and to expire on Saturday 27 April 2019 on which day he may ride.
  • T Berry (Kluger) pleaded guilty to a charge under AR132(7)(a)(ii) in that he used the whip on 10 occasions prior to the 100m. T. Berry was fined the sum of $1,000.

Summary of Races

RACE 1: Widden Kindergarten Stakes (Group 3) 1100m:

  • Cardiff – In the middle stages, when positioned outside the lead pulled hard and refused to settle.
  • Killin – Began only fairly. When questioned regarding his riding in the straight and as to whether there was an opportunity to shift to the inside of Evening Slippers, H. Bowman stated that whilst he had observed a run available to the inside, he felt his mount was not traveling well enough to take advantage of it and for this reason he elected to remain racing behind Cardiff. He said that his decision to do so was influenced also by the fact that connections had advised that he should endeavour to not expose the colt too early in the straight. He added that after shifting to the outside of All Cylinders near the 200m Killin finished off the race only fairly.
  • Not Feint Hearted – Was slow to begin and then was steadied shortly afterwards when crowded between All Cylinders and Stronger, both of which shifted ground. Rounding the home turn and in the early part of the straight was hampered when taken wider by Libertini, which shifted out to improve. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.
  • Depth That Varies – Was slow to begin.
  • Evening Slippers – Near the 200m had to be steadied when crowded by Cardiff, which was taken in by All Cylinders (G. Schofield), which shifted in and away from Bivouac. G. Schofield was reprimanded and advised that he must make a greater effort to keep his mounts straight. Rider T. Clark stated that Evening Slippers was pressured in the lead and this resulted in the filly, which was stepping up in grade, not being able to finish off the race. He added that in his opinion Evening Slippers was not entirely comfortable on today's soft track conditions. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.
  • Libertini – Was slow to begin.
  • Shining Eagle – Began only fairly and from the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

RACE 2: Cactus Imaging Carbine Club Stakes (Group 3) 1600m:

  • Ringerdingding – Had difficulty obtaining clear running until near the 200m.
  • Purple Sector – When questioned regarding the colt racing more forward, rider S. Clipperton stated that his intention was to take up a position with cover, but when Purple Sector commenced extremely well he elected to take advantage of the good start and race outside the lead.
  • The August – A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.
  • Fun Fact – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. C. Reith (Shuffle Up) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that near the 150m he permitted his mount to shift out, resulting in Ringerdingding being taken out across the running of Fun Fact, which lost its running and had to be steadied. C. Reith's licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Sunday 14 April 2019 and to expire on Sunday 21 April 2019 on which day he may ride.
  • Shuffle Up – Began awkwardly.
  • Home Made – Began only fairly and shortly after the start raced in restricted room between Purple Sector and Fun Fact, which shifted in. Despite being ridden along in the early stages, Home Made failed to muster speed and ultimately settled in a position behind mid-field.
  • Blast – Was slow to begin (2L). A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

RACE 3:TAB Adrian Knox Stakes (Group 3) 2000m:

  • Princess Jenni – Stewards opened an inquiry into a report from Racing NSW Official Raceday Veterinarian Dr D. Feary that she observed a lump and associated dry blood on the jugular of Princess Jenni when she commenced to take a pre-race sample. Evidence was taken from Dr Feary, Racing NSW Chief Veterinary Officer Dr T. Koenig, Trainer Mr D. Brideoake, stale representative Ms Kathryn Brideoake, stablehand Ms Rachel Botterill, Stipendiary Steward Mr S. Matthews and Racing NSW Investigator Mr M. Gibson. When Stewards could not be comfortably satisfied that Princess Jenni had not been injected in breach of AR254, they ordered the withdrawal of the filly at 1.14pm. Mr Brideoake advised that Princess Jenni had left his Melbourne stable on Thursday afternoon and arrived at Randwick racecourse at 5.30am Friday morning. Mr Matthews advised he had inspected Princess Jenni at 2.45pm on 5 April and again at 7.45am this morning, and Mr Gibson advised that he inspected Princess Jenni at 8.30am on 5 April. Both Mr Matthews and Mr Gibson provided evidence that a thorough inspection of the jugular region did not reveal any evidence of a lump or associated dried blood on the near-side jugular. The inquiry was adjourned to a date to be fixed so that Mr Brideoake can provide his treatment records for the filly as well as the Stewards receiving the results of both blood and urine samples taken from Princess Jenni. The Stewards ruled that all moneys invested on Princess Jenni be refunded in full and that all successful wagers made prior to 1.14pm be subject to the following deductions from the face value of each ticket: 1 st Aliferous – 5¢ win, 14¢ place 2 nd Amangiri – 7¢ place 3 rd Gem Dealer – 14¢ place
  • Zalatte – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.
  • Clementina – A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.
  • Maracaibo – Prior to the declaration of correct weight the Stewards gave consideration as to whether there were sufficient grounds for a protest to be lodged on behalf of the connections of the filly in respect to an incident that occurred over the concluding stages. When Stewards were satisfied that Maracaibo shifted out and away from Amangiri when that runner shifted out, they declined to lodge a protest on the basis that there were not sufficient grounds to do so.
  • Lady Of Shalott – Shortly after the start was hampered when crowded by Maracaibo, which shifted out and away from Welsh Legend.
  • Welsh Legend – Laid in in the straight.
  • Rocknavar – From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Romani Girl – Near the 350m was steadied and shifted to the outside of Clementina to secure clear running.
  • Aliferous – From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. Near the 900m commenced to race keenly and was steadied from the heels of Etheridge.
  • Pressure – In the straight was inclined to lay out.
  • Etheridge – Was slow to begin. Overraced in the middle stages.
  • Rock Dove – S. Baster (Maracaibo) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that over the concluding stages, after initially shifting out and away from Amangiri, continued to shift out, resulting in Rock Dove being steadied when crowded between Welsh Legend and Maracaibo, and further resulting in Rocknavar being steadied and taken out causing Bye Bye Belle, Clementina and Romani Girl all to be hampered. S. Baster's licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Tuesday 16 April 2019 and to expire on Sunday 28 April 2019 on which day he may ride.

RACE 4: Newhaven Park Country Championships Final (Special Condition) 1400m:

  • Noble Boy – Shifted its off-fore plate en route to the barriers necessitating the gelding being replated. As such, the gelding was examined by the Club's Veterinary Officer and deemed suitable to race. Was slow to begin.
  • Al Mah Haha – which kicked out behind after being loaded into the barriers, was a late scratching on veterinary advice at 1.14pm when found to have lacerations to its near-side hock. The Stewards ruled that all moneys invested on Al Mah Haha be refunded in full and that all successful wagers made prior to 1.14pm be subject to the following deductions from the face value of each ticket: 1 st Noble Boy – 7¢ win, 5¢ place 2 nd Lucciola Belle – 8¢ place 3 rd Bennelong Dancer – 8¢ place Trainer Ms T. Burleigh was advised that a veterinary clearance would be required before Al Mah Haha is permitted to race or barrier trial again.
  • Ori On Fire – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover.
  • Westlink – Jumped awkwardly.
  • Bocelli – When being led off the float became fractious, slipped and struck its head. As such, the gelding was examined by the Club's Veterinary Officer and deemed suitable to race. Rider C. Williams said that his mount performed below expectations due to not handling the track conditions. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.
  • Safe Landing – Rider S. Clipperton said that his mount performed below expectations due to not handling the soft track conditions.
  • Noels Gift – From the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Texas Storm – Was slow to begin.
  • Queen Of Kingston – Was slow to begin. From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Bennelong Dancer – Near the 1000m was steadied from the heels of Lucciola Belle and became unbalanced.
  • La Scopa – Rider J. Collett stated that the gelding did not handle the soft track conditions. Trainer Mr M. Dunn concurred with the views of J. Collett and advised that the mare would now be spelled.
  • Lady Mironton – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

RACE 5: Schweppes Chairman's Quality (Group 2) 2600m:

  • Muntahaa – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover.
  • The Taj Mahal – A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.
  • Vengeur Masque – Trainer Mr M. Moroney was fined the sum of $100 under AR65(1) for failing to produce the Thoroughbred Identification Card when requested. Raced wide and without cover until passing the 1500m when the gelding was allowed to stride forward and assume the lead.
  • Self Sense – Raced wide and without cover for the major part of the race.
  • Ventura Storm – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be slow to recover.
  • Auvray – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to have lost its off-fore plate. An inquiry into the reason Auvray was checked near the 200m was adjourned so that rider L. Nolen (Self Sense) can be interviewed.
  • Zacada – Was slow to begin. Near the 2000m was inconvenienced when steadied to avoid the heels of Self Sense, which shifted in. On the home turn was inconvenienced and shifted back to the inside of Goathland (J. Collett) when that runner shifted out to improve. J. Collett will be interviewed relative to the incident. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to have lost its near-fore plate.
  • Gallic Chieftain – Was held up for clear running until near the 250m.
  • One Foot In Heaven – From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Casterton – From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Goathland – Raced keenly in the middle stages.
  • High Bridge – Made contact with the running rail when entering the course, was examined by the Club's Veterinary Officer and deemed suitable to race. Was slow to begin (2L).

RACE 6: Inglis Sires' (Group 1) 1400m:

  • Bellevue Hill – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the colt to be slow to recover.
  • Dresden Green – Began awkwardly and then was hampered by Kiamichi, which shifted out.
  • Spring Loaded – On jumping was bumped by Crystal Falls. Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.
  • Bullet Fly – O. Bosson (Probabeel) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that near the 1300m he permitted his mount to shift in when insufficiently clear of Bullet Fly, which had to be checked. O. Bosson's licence to ride in races was suspended for a period to commence on Sunday 14 April 2019 and to expire on Saturday 27 April 2019 on which day he may ride.
  • Probabeel – Over the concluding stages could not be fully tested when racing in restricted room between Loving Gaby and Kiamichi, which shifted out slightly. Rider O. Bosson pleaded guilty to a charge under AR211 of having returned to scale in excess of a half kilogram over his declared weight. O. Bosson was fined the sum of $500. An inquiry was opened into trainer Mr J. Richards' application of a product containing a prohibited substance to the forelegs of the filly following the race. The matter was adjourned to a date to be fixed.
  • Loving Gaby – In the early part of the straight was inclined to lay out when placed under pressure.
  • Tenley – Shortly after the start was hampered by Dresden Green, which shifted out. Rider K. McEvoy advised that Tenley did not handle the soft track conditions. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.
  • Crystal Falls – Began awkwardly, shifted out and made contact with the hindquarters of Spring Loaded. From its wide barrier was then shifted behind runners in the early stages.

RACE 7: Harrolds Australian Derby (Group 1) 2400m:

  • Madison County – Near the 1800m Twinspier shifted out and hampered Madison County, resulting in Aramayo, which was following, having to be checked.
  • In A Twinkling – When questioned regarding his riding, O. Bosson stated In A Twinkling in the early stages commenced to race keenly and to offset travelling wide and without cover he elected mid-race to improve whereby he took up a position outside Angel Of Truth near the 1300m.
  • Chapada – Rider D. Oliver stated that the only explanation he could offer for the performance of the gelding was that it may not have been as effective on today's soft track conditions. He added that after being shifted to the outside of runners in the early part of the straight Chapada found the line only fairly on the going.
  • Platinum Invador – Began awkwardly, shifted in and made contact with the hindquarters of Chapada, which became unbalanced. From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Stars Of Carrum –When questioned rider H. Bowman stated that his mount was unsuited by being left racing wide and without cover in the middle stages when In A Twinkling improved and travelled outside Angel Of Truth from the 1300m. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.
  • Aramayo – From the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • The Chosen One – Was slow to begin and then from its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Cossetot – Rider G. Schofield stated that in the early stages he was able to take up a forward position on the gelding behind Yulong Tavion, however, when that runner did not continue its forward movement, Cossetot was shifted back to a mid-field position. He added that with the moderate early tempo Cossetot was unable to sprint when the race quickened from the 700m and as a result found it difficult to make up ground in the straight. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. The Stewards will follow up on the post-race condition of the gelding.
  • Declarationofheart – Near the 1800m commenced to race keenly when being steadied from the heels of Costello, shifted in and made contact with the running rail. Shaman, Twinspier, Platinum Invador and The Chosen One, which were following, were all hampered in consequence.
  • Twinspier – Began awkwardly, shifted out and bumped Global Exchange. Leaving the 600m was held up on the heels of Shaman as that runner made contact with the running rail, became badly unbalanced and commenced to give ground.
  • Shaman – Was slow to begin.

RACE 8: Aquis T J Smith Stakes (Group 1) 1200m:

  • Redzel – Rider K. McEvoy stated that the gelding travelled too strongly throughout the middle stages of the event and as a consequence was unable to finish off its race. A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities. Co-trainer Mr Peter Snowden advised that he was not too disappointed with the performance and in his view the gelding may be taking some time to reach peak fitness. He said that his intention would now be to continue with the preparation of Redzel. Mr Snowden was asked to report back on the post-race condition of the gelding.
  • Trapeze Artist – Rider B. Shinn reported that in his view the horse was not as effective on rain-affected going, and whilst in the straight he was able to place his mount under pressure, he felt Trapeze Artist is better suited by having more galloping room. A post-race veterinary examination revealed Trapeze Artist to be lame (2/5) in the near-foreleg and to have an associated large haematoma to the elbow region of that leg. Trainer Mr G. Ryan undertook to report back to the Stewards on the future race plans for Trapeze Artist.
  • Santa Ana Lane – From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Pierata – Jumped awkwardly and shortly after was hampered when Fell Swoop shifted out. Rider T. Berry will be interviewed relative to his use of the whip prior to the 100m.
  • Vega Magic – Rider D. Oliver stated that his mount failed to handle today's track conditions and did not travel comfortably at any stage of the event. A post-race veterinary examination revealed Vega Magic was slow to recover. Co-trainer Mr D. Hayes confirmed the views expressed by D. Oliver that the gelding was not suited to the track conditions.
  • Ball Of Muscle – Rider G. Schofield stated that the gelding was unsuited by the strong early tempo and as a result did not run out the 1200m today. He added that Ball Of Muscle hung in under pressure as it commenced to weaken.
  • Osborne Bulls – On jumping was hampered when Vega Magic shifted out and made contact with that runner.
  • Fell Swoop – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be displaying cardiac arrhythmia. Trainer Mr M. Dale was advised that a veterinary clearance, including the results of an ECG, would be required prior to Fell Swoop having to barrier trial before its next race start.
  • Shoals – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to be lame (2/5) in the off-foreleg. Trainer Mr A. Freedman was advised that a veterinary clearance would be required before Shoals is permitted to barrier trial or race again.
  • Champagne Cuddles – Shifted in behind runners in the early stages. Prior to the declaration of correct weight connections viewed the Stewards patrol films to ascertain if there were grounds for protest. When connections declined to lodge a protest and the Stewards were satisfied there were not sufficient grounds, correct weight was declared. When questioned regarding his riding in the early part of the straight and the reason he did not endeavour to establish clear running to the outside of Sunlight sooner than he did, D. Lane stated that he was mindful that his mount was racing in a highly competitive event and wanted to ensure that he was provided with a favourable trail and not expose his mount until as late as possible, therefore, he elected to remain racing behind Sunlight in the early stages of the straight. He added that when he heard Santa Ana Lane commence to improve to his outside he commenced to start his run on the mare, however, Sunlight then shifted out, resulting in Champagne Cuddles not being able to establish clear running between Sunlight and Santa Ana Lane. He added that as a result Champagne Cuddles was buffeted between those runners, losing its position, and then did not obtain clear running until shifting to the outside of Santa Ana Lane near the 150m.
  • Sunlight – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.

RACE 9: The Star Doncaster Mile (Group 1) 1600m:

  • Le Romain – Near the 1000m was steadied and lost its position when Fifty Stars (J. McNeil) shifted in when not quite clear. J. McNeil will be interviewed relative to this incident.
  • Alizee – When questioned regarding the performance, rider B. Shinn stated that from an awkward barrier he was obliged to settle back in the field but was satisfied when he was able to follow Unforgotten. He said with the moderate early tempo Alizee found it difficult to make up ground, particularly on the soft track conditions. Trainer Mr J. Cummings will be asked to report back on the post-race condition of the mare and the future race plans.
  • I Am Serious – A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to be lame (2/5) in the nearforeleg. Trainer Mr C. Waller was advised that a veterinary clearance would be required before I Am Serious is permitted to race or barrier trial again.
  • Land Of Plenty – On jumping was crowded between Hartnell and Life Less Ordinary, which was taken in by Aloisia shortly after the start.
  • Shillelagh – In the straight laid in under pressure.
  • Kluger – Was slow to begin. Rider T. Berry pleaded guilty to a charge under AR132(7)(a)(ii) in that he used the whip on 10 occasions prior to the 100m. T. Berry was fined the sum of $1,000.
  • Widgee Turf – From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages. On the home turn was held up behind Aloisia.
  • Eckstein – Stewards permitted S. Clipperton to ride Eckstein a 1.5kgs over its declared weight of 51kgs. An inquiry into the reason for Eckstein being checked near the 1200m was adjourned to a date to be fixed as rider J. McNeil had left the course without obtaining permission from the Stewards. J. McNeil will be interviewed relative to his failure to obtain permission to leave the course and in respect to this interference.
  • Aloisia – Stewards permitted J. Ford to ride Aloisia a half kilogram over its declared weight of 50.5kgs. Was slow to begin.
  • Fifty Stars – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. Co-trainer Mr D. Hayes said that Fifty Stars endured a wide trip throughout the event without cover and he attributed this to the horse's placing today. He said that consideration will now be given to spelling Fifty Stars.
  • So Si Bon – When being crossed by Hartnell near the 1400m commenced to race fiercely and refused to settle for some distance. In this incident So Si Bon shifted in and made contact with the hindquarters of Kluger.
  • Brutal – Stewards permitted G. Boss to ride Brutal a half kilogram over its declared weight of 49kgs
  • Violate – Began awkwardly. Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.
  • Unforgotten – Shortly after the start was inconvenienced and eased to avoid the heels of Brutal.

RACE 10: Official Memorabilia P J Bell Stakes (Group 3) 1200m:

  • Spanish Whisper – Near the 1000m was steadied when crowded by Madam Rouge, which was taken in by Mizzy (T. Berry), which shifted in when not clear. T. Berry was reprimanded. From the 200m to the 50m was held up for clear running.
  • Fiesta – Was held up for clear running until the 300m.
  • My Xpression – Began awkwardly and then was hampered by Fiera Vista, which shifted out. From the outside barrier My Xpression was then shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Melt – Passing the 600m made contact with the running rail and became unbalanced.
  • Bleu Roche – From its wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.
  • Eawase – On jumping was bumped by Fiesta, which shifted in.
  • Fiera Vista – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event. Raced keenly in the early stages.
  • Mizzy –After being loaded into the barriers lunged forward and made contact with the front gates. As such the filly was examined by the Veterinary Officer and deemed suitable to race.
  • Madam Rouge – In the middle stages raced keenly and near the 700m blundered when being restrained to avoid the heels of Causeway Girl.
  • Multaja – On jumping was crowded between Invictus Salute and Bleu Roche, which shifted in. Was held up for clear running in the early part of the straight and near the 350m shifted out and in so doing made contact with Bleu Roche, taking that runner out onto My Xpression.
  • So Taken – Began only fairly.
  • Laburnum – Raced wide and without cover throughout the event.
  • She's Furline – Began awkwardly and then was crowded shortly after the start by Invictus Salute, which shifted in. Raced keenly in the early stages.
  • Buckle Up Baby – Stewards permitted C. Lever to ride Buckle Up Baby a half kilogram over its declared weight of 54kg. Was slow to begin.



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