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 SINGAPORE TURF CLUB
4 MARCH 2016 MEETING
Friday,  4 March 2016

 RACE 1:  MAIDEN, DIV 2 - 1400M

As there was no similar claiming rider available, the Stewards gave permission for App CC Wong to replace App R Rueven on PANACHE.

Acting on veterinary advice that WHITE SHADOW (E Chaves) was found to be lame off-fore, the Panel of Stewards ordered its withdrawal at 1819Hrs. In terms of MRA Regulation 24.2, it must be presented to an Official Veterinary Surgeon prior to being declared to race again.

MY TOUCH (I Azhar) lost ground after beginning awkwardly.

Panache jumped awkwardly outwards and made contact with WARSHIP (B Vorster).

Shortly after the start, CONFEIGN (O Chavez) shifted outwards and bumped GANNA (K A’Isisuhairi) out onto CHIPS (V Duric).

Near the 800m, CONFEIGN, which was racing keenly, laid outwards and had to be steadied off the heels of CHIPS, which rolled inwards slightly.

CONFEIGN laid outwards rounding the hometurn.

In the early part of the homestraight, WARSHIP and GANNA brushed on a few occasions.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on TOOBIGTOFAIL (App Z Zuriman) which revealed that the horse returned not striding out freely.

 RACE 2:  RESTRICTED MAIDEN - 1200M

MURDOCH (App Z Zuriman) lost ground after beginning awkwardly.

BALBOA (D Beasley) and NOVA ANGEL (R Shafiq) bumped on jumping.

Shortly after the start, ASHQAR (O Chavez) had to be checked when crowded between VOLKS TREASURE (V Duric), which shifted outwards and DRAGON STEED (App H Syafiq), which shifted inwards.

Approximately 50m after the start, CARNELIAN (K Fujii) shifted outwards and bumped HOFFMAN (M Nunes) out onto NOVA ANGEL.

Near the 900m, NOVA ANGEL which was racing keenly, had to be steadied when crowded for room between VOLKS TREASURE and HOFFMAN, which laid inwards.

BALBOA, SUPER HERO (E Chaves) and CARNELIAN all raced wide throughout.

Approaching the 700m, MURDOCH checked when crowded for room between ASHQAR and NOVA ANGEL, which when racing greenly, shifted inwards and away from SUPER HERO.

CARNELIAN had a tendency to lay outwards rounding the hometurn.

SUPER HERO was held up for clear running from the 600m until the 450m.

 RACE 3:  KRANJI STAKES D, DIV 1 - 1000M (POLYTRACK)

RUN CHEETAH RUN (TH Koh), which was restless in the barrier, was slow to begin.

SUGARTIME JAZZ (O Chavez) and METAPHOR (App R Sazali) bumped on jumping.

Shortly after the start, DREAMCATCHER (App WS Chan) had to be eased when crowded between MASTERMIND (R Woodworth), which laid inwards and COTE DE NUITS (M Nunes), which shifted outwards.

Approximately 50m after the start, LUCKY SIX (M Zaki) had to be eased and shifted inwards after becoming awkwardly placed on the heels of METAPHOR.

Near the 700m, LUCKY SIX again had to be eased after racing up onto the heels of METAPHOR.

YIN JIE (D Beasley) and TIM (A Da Silva) both raced wide throughout.

Approaching the Winning Post, DUTY FIRST (M Kellady) checked when racing between COTE DE NUITS on its inside and LUCKY SIX on its outside. An Inquiry into this incident will be held at a date to be fixed.

Jockey Chavez will be questioned regarding the run of SUGARTIME JAZZ at a date to be fixed.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on DEVIL’S PASS (CW Brown) which revealed that the horse returned having bled. In terms of MRA Rule 92(3), it will not be permitted to canter or gallop on the main training tracks of any racecourse for a period of two months, and may not start in any race for a period of three months, and then only after having satisfactorily passed a bleeder’s test.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on SUGARTIME JAZZ which revealed that the horse returned not striding out freely.

 RACE 4:  INITIATION - 1400M

After arriving at the barrier, RED JEWEL (B Vorster) had its saddle readjusted.

BLACK SWAN (K A’Isisuhairi), which was fractious in the barrier, will be required to pass one starting stall test prior to being declared to race again in terms of MRA Rule 78(2).

AQUALAD (App MM Firdaus) jumped awkwardly outwards and bumped RED JEWEL. RED JEWEL then had to be steadied when crowded between LADY LIBERTY (App CC Wong) and AQUALAD, which continued to shift outwards.

AURORA AUSTRALIS (V Duric) and CHARLIE CAME ALONG (E Chaves) bumped on jumping.

Shortly after the start, BLACK SWAN had to be steadied to avoid the heels of BLACK THUNDER (I Saifudin), which rolled outwards.

At the same time, AURORA AUSTRALIS had to be eased after shifting inwards and becoming awkwardly placed on the heels of CHARLIE CAME ALONG.

Approaching the 1200m, COMMODORE LINCOLN (J Powell) had to be eased outwards to avoid the heels of LIM’S RANGER (D Beasley), which shifted outwards after being steadied off the heels of D’BUFFALO MAN (CW Brown), which shifted inwards.

Approaching the 1000m, LADY LIBERTY eased to avoid the heels of D’BUFFALO MAN, which was carried inwards by ASTROCANDY (A Da Silva). D’BUFFALO MAN, which was racing keenly, was then carried inwards further due to ASTROCANDY shifting inwards. Jockey Da Silva was subsequently shown the film of the incident and warned to exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.

Approaching the 800m, LIM’S RANGER was hampered and carried wider on the track by LADY LIBERTY, which shifted outwards to avoid the heels of D’BUFFALO MAN.

Near the 500m, AURORA AUSTRALIS mis-strode and became unbalanced.

Approaching the 300m, COMMODORE LINCOLN shifted inwards abruptly for a short distance.

Near the 250m, BLACK THUNDER shifted outwards under pressure and bumped BLACK SWAN.

Near the 200m, AURORA AUSTRALIS shifted outwards and bumped BLACK THUNDER.

The Farrier reported that LADY LIBERTY returned having cast its off-hind plate.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on LADY LIBERTY which revealed that the horse returned with a cut on its off-hind leg.

 RACE 5:  MAIDEN, DIV 1 - 1400M

App CS Chin, the rider of ASTRO MAN, was fined a sum of S$200 for negligence in terms of MRA Rule 152(5)(a) in that he failed to claim and ride at his declared riding weight.

FOREST KING (S Anandan) was slow into stride.

NOVA POWER (R Shafiq) and SUN HANCOCK (TH Koh) bumped on jumping.

ARLO (V Duric) jumped awkwardly outwards and bumped ROYAL EXPLORER (B Vorster).

PISTA (S John) and MAGIC PAINT (A Da Silva) were both crowded on jumping between ASTRO MAN, which jumped awkwardly outwards and PIONEER LIU (App K Toh), which jumped extremely awkwardly inwards.

Near the 1200m, FOREST KING was buffeted between MAGIC PAINT and SUN HANCOCK.

AMI ELEVEN (R Woodworth) and PIONEER LIU both raced wide throughout.

AMISTAD (A Munro) was held up for clear running from the 600m until near the 500m.

Near the 500m, MARGAUX (E Aslam) was carried wider on the track by AMISTAD, which shifted outwards when attempting to improve.

Near the 250m, MAGIC PAINT rolled inwards and brushed FOREST KING on a couple of occasions.

Over the concluding stages, SUN HANCOCK shifted outwards under pressure.

The Veterinary Surgeon reported that AMI ELEVEN had returned with the saddle having slipped back during the running of the race.

Jockey John reported that PISTA was not striding out freely.  A subsequent veterinary examination confirmed this.

Jockey V Duric, when questioned regarding the run of ARLO, stated that the gelding travelled well throughout, however, when placed under pressure in the homestraight, commenced to give ground and in his opinion, was disappointing. His explanation was noted. A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on ARLO which revealed no apparent abnormality.

Jockey Vorster, when questioned regarding the run of ROYAL EXPLORER, stated that the gelding was under pressure from the 800m. He further added that despite his hard riding in the homestraight, ROYAL EXPLORER weakened badly over the final 100m and proved disappointing. His explanation was noted. A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on ROYAL EXPLORER which revealed no apparent abnormality.

 RACE 6:  KRANJI STAKES D, DIV 2 - 1000M (POLYTRACK)

SATELLITE PRINCE (I Saifudin), which began awkwardly, was inconvenienced shortly after the start by NOMERCY (E Chaves), which shifted inwards.

EXCITING PROSPECT (E Aslam) jumped awkwardly inwards and bumped STOCK BROKER (CW Brown) in onto KAISER (App K Toh), resulting in both of those horses becoming unbalanced. EXCITING PROSPECT then shifted inwards and bumped STOCK BROKER in onto KAISER, which in turn bumped DR OCTOPUS (M Nunes), resulting in that gelding making contact with the hindquarters of IMPERIAL BOY (App CC Wong). Shortly thereafter, DR OCTOPUS was checked when crowded onto the heels of IMPERIAL BOY by KAISER, which was bumped inwards by STOCK BROKER, which shifted inwards and away from EXCITING PROSPECT after that gelding hung inwards and made contact with STOCK BROKER.

IMPERIAL BOY and DR OCTOPUS bumped on jumping.

MARINE TREASURE (D Beasley) and GADAWON (J Powell) both raced wide throughout.

Approaching and passing the 400m, IMPERIAL BOY had difficulty obtaining a clear run.

Approaching the Winning Post, EXCITING PROSPECT shifted inwards and brushed SUPER JOY (O Chavez).

The Farrier reported that DR OCTOPUS returned having cast its off-fore plate.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on KAISER which revealed no apparent abnormality.

 RACE 7:  CLASS 3 - 1400M

ROOM FOR EXCUSE (A Munro) was slow to begin.

NANDOWRA (S John) jumped awkwardly inwards and bumped LIM’S SHOWCASE (I Azhar).

IKING (App MM Firdaus) began awkwardly.

Near the 900m, LAUGHING GRAVY (R Shafiq) shifted inwards and bumped GOLD PEREGRINE (B Vorster).

IDEAL GUIDE (V Duric) and LAUGHING GRAVY both raced wide throughout.

GOLD PEREGRINE was held up for a short distance approaching the 500m.

GILT COMPLEX (CW Brown) had difficulty obtaining a clear running between the 500m until near the 300m.

Near the 350m, GILT COMPLEX was inconvenienced by LAUGHING GRAVY, which rolled outwards under pressure.

GOLD PEREGRINE was then again held up for clear running after passing the 300m.

 RACE 8:  KRANJI STAKES D - 1600M

GLORIOUS PROSPECT (M Nunes) and LUCKY COIN (E Chaves) were both slow into stride.

LUCKY STRATEGY (B Vorster), which began awkwardly, was bumped by WEE MONSTER (App MM Firdaus), which jumped awkwardly outwards.

BEST LIFE (TH Koh) lost ground after beginning awkwardly.

ABOVE THE HORIZON (I Azhar) and DANNY (App Z Zuriman) both raced wide throughout.

Near the 600m, LUCKY COIN was momentarily crowded between LUCKY STRATEGY and HIPPO PROSPERO (App CC Wong), which rolled inwards slightly. HIPPO PROSPERO then shifted outwards and in so doing, inconvenienced DANNY.

Approaching the 300m, GLORIOUS PROSPECT eased to avoid the heels of ROSEGOLD (A Da Silva), which rolled inwards under pressure.

Jockey R Shafiq, the rider of EXCELLENT WINNER, will be questioned regarding the use of his whip in the homestraight at a date to be fixed.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on DRAGON G (D Beasley) which revealed no apparent abnormality.

 RACE 9:  BENCHMARK 67 - 1200M (POLYTRACK)

Shortly after the start, CHASE (App R Zawari), which began awkwardly, shifted outwards slightly and in so doing, clipped the heels of EAGLE STORM (E Aslam). At the same time, HIGH TROJA (M Nunes) and ROYAL FORTUNE (I Saifudin) bumped.

PROFESSOR X (App MM Firdaus) and ROYAL FORTUNE both raced keenly in the early stages.

NORTHERN BOSS (O Chavez), PROFESSOR X and BLUE DIAMOND (App T See) all raced wide throughout.

Approaching the 50m, BOARD WALK (B Vorster), which was improving, had to be eased to avoid the heels of EAGLE STORM, which shifted outwards. Shortly after, CHASE, which was improving, had to be eased when crowded between EAGLE STORM, which continued to shift outwards and HIGH TROJA, which rolled inwards slightly before being straightened by its rider.

Approaching the Winning Post, CHASE shifted outwards and bumped HIGH TROJA.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on PROFESSOR X which revealed no apparent abnormality.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on HIGH TROJA which revealed that the horse returned not striding out freely.

 GENERAL

RIDING CHANGES

R HORSE JOCKEY(S) REPLACED JOCKEY(S) REASON
1 PANACHE APP CC WONG APP R RUEVEN CERTIFIED UNFIT
3 LUCKY SIX M ZAKI APP R RUEVEN CERTIFIED UNFIT
8 DANNY APP Z ZURIMAN APP R RUEVEN CERTIFIED UNFIT

POST-RACE URINE/BLOOD: FRIDAY
SINGAPORE 12 FEBRUARY MEETING 2016

27 coded urine and 28 coded blood post race samples from the above-mentioned race meeting were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

No prohibited substances were detected.

POST-RACE URINE/BLOOD: SUNDAY
SINGAPORE 14 FEBRUARY MEETING 2016

33 coded urine and 33 coded blood post race samples from the above-mentioned race meeting were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

No prohibited substances were detected.

POST-RACE JOCKEYS’ URINE: FRIDAY
SINGAPORE 19 FEBRUARY MEETING 2016

2 coded urine post race Jockeys’ samples from the above-mentioned race meeting were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

No prohibited substances were detected.

POST-RACE JOCKEYS’ URINE: SUNDAY
SINGAPORE 21 FEBRUARY MEETING 2016

2 coded urine post race Jockeys’ samples from the above-mentioned race meeting were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

No prohibited substances were detected.

 

SINGAPORE FEBRUARY MEETING 2016
SUNDAY, 28 FEBRUARY 2016:

RACE 4 [TF292]

On Friday, 04 March 2016, the Stewards concluded an Inquiry into the reasons for MOLLY BROWNE (App CK Ng) having to check and GUILTLESS (App H Syafiq) having to be hampered when racing to the inside of ZENZERO (M Zaki) approaching the 1200m. It was established that shortly after the start, GUILTLESS, which was racing to the outside of ZENZERO and slightly behind that gelding, shifted inwards and quickly improved to the inside of ZENZERO. ZENZERO was then directed inwards, resulting in GUILTLESS being hampered and carried inwards and MOLLY BROWNE which was racing to the inside of GUILTLESS losing ground whilst shifting in and away from that gelding. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken. However, Jockey Zaki was warned and advised that he must exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.

 

RACE 10 [TF298]

On Friday, 4 March 2016, the Stewards concluded an Inquiry into the reasons for RED GENERAL (App CC Wong) having to check when racing between SECRET LIBERTY (App MM Firdaus) on its inside and ELUSIVE EMPEROR (B Vorster) on its outside near the 250m. It was established that near the 250m, RED GENERAL, which was giving ground, steadied when crowded between SECRET LIBERTY and ELUSIVE EMPEROR, which shifted inwards under pressure. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken. However, Jockey Vorster was warned and advised that he must exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.

RACE 10 [TF298]

On Friday, 4 March 2016, the Stewards concluded an Inquiry into the reasons for STAR STRIKE (E Chaves) having to check when racing between ZIPPY GENERAL (K A’Isisuhairi) on its outside and DYLAN (App R Rueven) and POWER LIN (App T See) to its inside passing the 100m. It was established that after passing the 100M, STAR STRIKE was checked when crowded for room between ZIPPY GENERAL, which initially shifted inwards and DYLAN, which shifted outwards and away from POWER LIN, which when laying outwards, shifted ground. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken.

RACE 10 [TF298]

On Friday, 4 March 2016, the Stewards concluded an Inquiry into the reasons for DYLAN (App R Rueven) having to check when racing between NORTH ATLANTIC ICE (R Shafiq) on its inside and POWER LIN (App T See) and ELUSIVE EMPEROR (B Vorster) on its outside approaching the 800m. It was established that approaching the 800M, DYLAN lost ground after being crowded for room between NORTH ATLANTIC ICE, which rolled outwards slightly and POWER LIN, which shifted in and away from ELUSIVE EMPEROR when that gelding shifted inwards slightly. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken.

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