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 PEANG TURF CLUB
JANUARY MEETING
Third Day,  Saturday,  30 January 2016

 RACE 1:  CLASS 5 - 1400M

SEE FOR YOURSELF, a course scratching as it had sustained injuries to its near-fore and near-hind legs in the stable, will be required to pass a veterinary examination before being declared to race again.

BIG EGO (App AK Lim) was re-saddled prior to the start.

THE PROFESSIONAL (App Z Khairil) hesitated at the start and was slow to begin.

LIGHTNING ROD (App AM Aizat) jumped awkwardly at the start, was a little slow to begin and shortly after the start, was inconvenienced on the outside of ZENIDIN (J Shankar) which jumped awkwardly outwards.

A post-race veterinary examination of RUNFORIT (F Yap) revealed no obvious abnormality. The gelding was impounded for further veterinary and analytical examination.

 RACE 2:  CLASS 5 - 1400M

FRENCH EXPRESS (R Woodworth) was withdrawn by order of the Stewards at 2.47pm acting on veterinary advice that it was sore near-fore. The gelding will be required to pass a veterinary examination before being declared to race again.

The bit on UNITY STAR (App CT Lee) was adjusted prior to the start.

GLORIOUS GERONIMO (App J Daniel) jumped awkwardly inwards onto FREE GIFT (J Shankar) at the start.

UNITY STAR jumped awkwardly outwards onto PROPITIONS GOLD (App AM Aizat) at the start.

At the start, MR VICTORY (S Salee) fly-jumped and was a little slow to begin.

At about the 900m mark, GLORIOUS GERONIMO steadied when tightened on the inside of THESTARISHERE (S Sandana) which received some pressure from PROPITIONS GOLD which rolled inwards. App AM Aizat was shown the video replay and warned to ensure that he gives sufficient room before shifting ground in future.

The saddle on GLORIOUS GERONIMO slipped backwards during the running.

A post-race veterinary examination of GLORIOUS GERONIMO revealed that the gelding returned exhibiting signs of respiratory distress and as such, will be required to pass a test (1000m/vet) before being declared to race again.

Jockey S Sandana, the rider of THESTARISHERE, reported that his mount was not striding out freely. A post-race veterinary examination revealed that the gelding returned lame near-fore and as such will be required to pass a test (1000m/vet) before being declared to race again.

Jockey HS Gill, the rider of GOOD CODE, reported that his mount was not striding out freely. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no obvious abnormality.

Trainer PK Leong, when questioned regarding the apparent improved performance of CERIUM (App KC Tham), advised the Stewards that CERIUM appeared to prefer the extra distance of today’s race and also was able to get to the front of the field despite having an outside draw. He was advised to endeavor to race CERIUM in a similar pattern in future and was warned that should CERIUM prove to be inconsistent, it may be suspended. His attention was drawn to the rules pertaining to "in-and-out" running (MRA Rule 117(3)).

 RACE 3:  CLASS 5 - 2000M

BOWEN LAD (App WK Lee) was difficult to settle in the early part of the race and steadied at approximately the 1900m.

The Veterinary Surgeon reported that THUNDER WIND (App T Krisna) returned lame near-fore and as such, will be required to pass a test (1000m/vet) before being declared to race again. The horse was impounded for further veterinary and analytical examination.

 RACE 4:  CLASS 4 - 1400M

CANDY CRUSH and GOLD DANCER, which were up 27kgs and 15kgs respectively in body weight, and POWER WIND, which was down 16kgs in body weight since their last runs, were checked by the Club Veterinary Surgeon prior to the race and were all passed fit to start.

The saddle on POWER WIND (App P Mogun) was re-adjusted prior to the start.

LUXURIOUS CHOICE (App SU Lim), which stood at the start and lost several lengths, will be required to pass one starting stall test before being declared to race again.

CANDY CRUSH (WK Yan) laid outwards on the home turn and shortly after entering the home straight at approximately the 350m, switched outwards over the heels of RIEDEL (M Yusri) which was losing ground.

In the concluding stages, TRAVERTINE (S Thai Yang) drifted outwards under pressure and inconvenienced BABY POLO (App AK Lim).

The Veterinary Surgeon reported that LUXURIOUS CHOICE returned exhibiting signs of respiratory distress and as such, will be required to pass a test (1000m/vet) before being declared tor race again.

A post-race veterinary examination of RIEDEL revealed no obvious abnormality. The gelding, which raced poorly, will be required to pass a test (1000m/vet) before being declared to race again.

Jockey WK Yan, the rider of CANDY CRUSH reported that his mount was not striding out freely. A post-race veterinary examination revealed that the gelding returned having cast its near-hind plate and was lame near-fore. CANDY CRUSH will be required to pass a test (1000m/vet) before being declared to race again. The gelding was impounded for further veterinary and analytical examination.

 RACE 5:  CLASS 4 - 1400M

JEFFERSON BAY (App Z Khairil) jumped awkwardly at the start and was slow into stride.

NOTHING TO LOSE (M Leong) jumped awkwardly outwards and was slow to begin.

Post-race veterinary examinations of NOTHING TO LOSE, ITS ONLY MONEY (F Yap) and CUTTING TORCH (S Thai Yang) revealed no obvious abnormality. NOTHING TO LOSE and CUTTING TORCH were both impounded for further veterinary and analytical examinations.

 RACE 6:  CLASS 5 - 1400M

This race was re-scheduled to start at 5.25pm due to a technical glitch.

REEL SCHMICK (F Yap) was withdrawn by order of the Stewards at 4.30 pm acting on veterinary advice that it was lame off-fore. The gelding will be required to pass a test (1000m/vet) before being declared to race again.

SMALL TIGER (KL Lee) stood at the start and was slow to begin. An inquiry into the running and handling of SMALL TIGER will be held at a date to be fixed.

SELECT GATHERING (S Salee) and PERFECT FIXER (App AK Lim) were both slow into stride at the start.

ALI BABA (App CT Lee) fly-jumped at the start and was slow to begin.

BERNI DANCER (KT Cheng) raced keen and was difficult to settle in the early stages.

GLORY BETTING (App Z Khairil) was held up for a run entering the home straight.

The Veterinary Surgeon reported that PERFECT FIXER returned having cast its off-hind plate.

A post-race veterinary examinations of SMALL TIGER revealed no obvious abnormality. The gelding was impounded for further veterinary and analytical examination.

App KC Wong, the rider of YES MADAM, reported that his mount was not striding out freely. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no obvious abnormality.

 GENERAL

SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT OF ANALYSIS: 12 & 13 DECEMBER 2015
PERAK TURF CLUB DECEMBER MEETING 2015

A urine sample taken on 3 January 2016 from STREET TEASE was subsequently found to be negative and as such, STREET TEASE has been cleared to race under MRA Rule 134(12) by the Stewards.

AMENDMENT
RACE 2 (R052), SUNDAY, 10 JANUARY 2016, SELANGOR TURF CLUB JANUARY MEETING 2016

Jockey Rio Burnett (FRANKLY MY DEAR) made an application to the Stewards to commence his suspension immediately in which after consideration, approval was granted. He was suspended from riding in races for a period of four Malaysian race days with effect from 11 January 2016 and to expire on 30 January 2016, both dates inclusive.

POST-RACE URINE: 9 – 10 JANUARY 2016
SELANGOR TURF CLUB JANUARY MEETING 2016

The report dated 21 January 2016 (V16/10) from the Chief Analyst of Veterinary Forensic Laboratory stated that 47 coded urine and 55 sets of coded blood samples from the above-mentioned race meeting were received on 10 January 2016, for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations. No prohibited substances were detected.

 JOCKEY URINE SAMPLES: 9 – 10 JANUARY 2016
SELANGOR TURF CLUB JANUARY MEETING 2016

The report dated 21 January 2016 (V16/11) from the Chief Analyst of Veterinary Forensic Laboratory stated that 4 coded urine samples from the above mentioned race meeting were received on 10 January 2016, for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations. No prohibited substances were detected.

POST-RACE URINE: 16 JANUARY 2016
SELANGOR TURF CLUB JANUARY MEETING 2016

A report dated 21 January 2016 (V16/12) from the Chief Analyst of Veterinary Forensic Laboratory stated that 27 coded urine and 27 sets of coded blood samples from the above-mentioned race meeting were received on 16 January 2016, for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations. No prohibited substances were detected except for samples coded "20590" and "20512" which both revealed the presence of "Ibuprofen". After decoding the sample numbers, it was established that these samples were reported to have been taken from horses "NATURE SPIRIT" which finished first in Race 4 and "DASHFUL" which finished third in Race 8 respectively, on Saturday, 16 January 2016 at the Selangor Turf Club January Meeting 2016.

On 26 January 2016, Trainer BT Lim was advised of the contents of this report and his attention drawn to MRA Rule 134(12) which prohibits these horses from racing until they are cleared by the Stewards, and MRA Rule 137(1)/MRA Regulation 46.1 & 46.2 relating to the referee samples. An inquiry into these matters will be held at a date to be fixed.

 JOCKEY URINE SAMPLES: 16 JANUARY 2016
SELANGOR TURF CLUB JANUARY MEETING 2016

The report dated 21 January 2016 (V16/13) from the Chief Analyst of Veterinary Forensic Laboratory stated that 2 coded urine samples from the above-mentioned race meeting were received on 16 January 2016, for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations. No prohibited substances were detected.

RACE 3 (R116), SATURDAY, 24 JANUARY 2016, 2ND DAY
PENANG JANUARY MEETING 2016

At the conclusion of an inquiry today (30 January 2016) at the Penang Turf Club, App KC Tham, the rider of VALHALLA, in the presence of his master, Trainer Nor Azman and Trainer E Seet, the trainer of VALHALLA, pleaded guilty to a charge under MRA Rule 44(10) for failing to ride VALHALLA to the satisfaction of the Stewards in the above race. The particulars of the charge were that shortly after the start, he took a hold of his horse and restrained it to the rear of the field when it was unreasonable to do so and contrary to his instructions to sit midfield.

When deciding on penalty, the Stewards took into account the facts of this case and App KC Tham’s riding record. App KC Tham was suspended from riding in races for a period of two months with effect from Monday, 1 February 2016 and to expire on Thursday, 31 March 2016, both days inclusive. He was advised of his right of appeal (12.40pm).

 RACE 6 (R119),  SATURDAY, 24 JANUARY 2016, 2ND DAY
PENANG JANUARY MEETING 2016

At the conclusion of an inquiry today (30 January 2016), App AM Aizat, the rider of RUFFLE THE RUFFIAN, in the presence of his master, Trainer M Sukri, pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless riding under MRA Rule 44(9)(a)(i) in that whilst riding RUFFLE THE RUFFIAN in the above race, he allowed his mount to shift ground inwards whilst changing his hold on the reins at approximately the 150m and in doing so, collided with SHOWBOY (App Z Khairil) which was racing on his inside, resulting in both horses becoming severely unbalanced.

When deciding on penalty, the Stewards took into account the facts of this case and App AM Aizat’s riding record. App AM Aizat was suspended from riding in races for a period of one month. Acting on the provisions of MRA Rule 48(5), the Stewards deferred the commencement of App AM Aizat’s suspension to take effect from Sunday, 7 February 2016 and to expire on Sunday, 6 March 2016, both days inclusive. He was advised of his right of appeal (3.45pm).

RACE 7 (R120),  SATURDAY, 24 JANUARY 2016, 2ND DAY
PENANG JANUARY MEETING 2016

The Stewards today (30 January 2016) concluded an investigation into the incident whereby Jockey TM Wan, the rider of TEN SENSE WIN returned to scale approximately 8kgs under-weight in the above race.

The Stewards took evidence from Trainer P Pereira and Jockey TM Wan and it was established that because of his light body weight, Jockey TM Wan was carrying close to 10kgs ‘dead’ weight, 8kgs of which were in the saddle bag. It was confirmed from the video replays that the saddle bag was dislodged from the saddle at about the 800m.

Trainer P Pereira and Jockey TM Wan were warned that in future, under similar circumstances, they would have to take note of the excess ‘dead’ weight carried and make provision for this. In addition, under MRA Rule 121(2), TEN SENSE WIN was disqualified from the race and the race result amended accordingly.

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