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 SINGAPORE TURF CLUB
6 NOVEMBER 2015 MEETING
Friday,  6 November 2015

 RACE 1:  CLASS 5 - 1100M (POLYTRACK)

BANK ON ME (A Munro) put its head down as the start was effected, resulting in it being slow to begin after jumping away awkwardly.

TIM (J Powell) jumped inwards at the start crowding DOUBLE JEOPARDY (App CC Wong) in onto GOLDEN ROSEWOOD (S Sam).

OASIS SPUR (App J See) and LIM’S CASINO (CW Brown) bumped on jumping.

Shortly after passing the 800m, GOLDEN ROSEWOOD momentarily steadied off the heels of OASIS SPUR, which laid inwards.

Whilst Stewards were of the opinion that it had not affected the placings, Jockey Powell, the rider of TIM, was reminded of his obligations to ride his mount out fully to the end of the race.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on SPECTA DILEMMA (A Da Silva) which revealed no apparent abnormality.

 RACE 2:  RESTRICTED MAIDEN - 1200M

Acting on veterinary advice that ASTROCANDY (A Da Silva) was found to be lame off-fore, the Panel of Stewards ordered its withdrawal at 1834Hrs. In terms of MRA Regulation 24.2, it must be presented to an Official Veterinary Surgeon prior to being declared to race again.

MOTHER NATURE (I Saifudin), which was difficult to handle behind the barrier, cast its near-fore plate. Whilst attempting to be reshod, the filly became extremely fractious and broke free, resulting in it again casting its near-fore plate and the reins becoming detached. MOTHER NATURE was captured shortly after. To avoid unnecessary delay, the Panel of Stewards ordered its withdrawal at 1856Hrs. MOTHER NATURE will be required to pass one starting stall test prior to being declared to race again in terms of MRA Rule 78(2).

IN BOCCA AL LUPO (App J See), which began awkwardly, shifted inwards after the start bumping NOVA SPIRIT (M Ewe) in onto PUTHIMONICE (J Powell), which in turn made contact with NINEPINS (B Vorster). As a result, IN BOCCA AL LUPO, NOVA SPIRIT and PUTHIMONICE all became unbalanced.

Approximately 50m after the start, NATURAL WATER (TH Koh) was taken wider on the track by AURORA AUSTRALIS (CW Brown), which shifted outwards and away from UNION JAC (M Kellady).

DRAGON GOLD (App T See) raced keenly in the early stages.

Near the 1000m, NOVA SPIRIT eased when crowded slightly between IN BOCCA AL LUPO and PUTHIMONICE, which rolled outwards.

NATURAL WATER had a tendency to lay inwards in the early and middle stages and then laid outwards under pressure in the homestraight.

Near the 300m, AURORA AUSTRALIS was taken wider on the track by UNION JAC, which shifted outwards and away from AUSONE (App R Shafiq), which rolled outwards slightly under pressure.

App T See, the rider of DRAGON GOLD, reported that the gelding hung outwards in the early and middle stages. A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on DRAGON GOLD which revealed no apparent abnormality.

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

 RACE 3:  KRANJI STAKES D, DIV 2 - 1600M

SEASONS ECHO (App A Syahir) and FRANCES (I Saifudin) were both slow to begin.

SATELLITE PRINCE (App CC Wong) jumped away awkwardly.

Approaching the 1500m, SATELLITE PRINCE had to be steadied when awkwardly placed on the inside of SIR REGINALD (M Rodd), which was inclined to lay inwards.

ADRENALINE (App Z Zuriman) was difficult to settle in the backstraight.

SATELLITE PRINCE raced wide throughout.

FRANCES raced keenly in the middle stages.

LUCKY COIN (B Vorster) and DASHING JACK (M Au) both raced wide from the 800m.

SATELLITE PRINCE laid inwards over the final 100m and over the concluding stages, brushed SIR REGINALD for a couple of strides.

Jockey Vorster, the rider of LUCKY COIN, was fined a sum of S$500 under MRA Rule 152(5)(a) for dropping his whip near the 400m.

 RACE 4:  INITIATION, DIV 1 - 1200M

CH Teo, Trainer ZL Mok’s Assistant Trainer, when questioned regarding the significant increase in the body weight of WESTERN BOSS (App J See), stated that the gelding had returned from a lengthy spell and had built up significantly during this time. He added that WESTERN BOSS had progressed well during training and had worked well. He also added that WESTERN BOSS was, in his opinion, fit to start. A Pre-Race veterinary examination passed WESTERN BOSS fit to race.

RED COFFEE (B Vorster) jumped inwards at the start inconveniencing SOLDIER BOY (A Da Silva).

EASY DRAGON (KB Soo), which was slightly slow to begin, was carried outwards when CASING ROYAL (App K A’Isisuhairi) shifted outwards after being carried outwards slightly by SOUTHERN HUSSLER (M Kellady).

Shortly after the start, PRESSING ON (E Aslam) was bumped when KING OF THIEVES (App WS Chan) was bumped outwards by RED COFFEE. Thereafter, RED COFFEE proved extremely difficult to settle and continued to overrace until approaching the 900m where the gelding shifted inwards crowding SOLDIER BOY, which checked.

SPEED CRAFT (App CC Wong) showed no early pace.

ZIPPY (App R Shafiq) had difficulty obtaining a clear run between the 600m and the 400m.

Passing the 200m, ZIPPY shifted inwards and made contact with KING OF THIEVES on a couple of occasions, resulting in that horse becoming unbalanced and losing ground.

Passing the 200m, SILVER TYCOON (S John) had to be steadied off the heels of SOLDIER BOY after being carried outwards by SOUTHERN HUSSLER, which shifted outwards under pressure.

HERECOMESMYMONEY (A Munro) laid outwards under pressure over the final 100m.

The Farrier reported that CASING ROYAL returned having cast its off-hind plate.

RED COFFEE, which raced poorly, will be required to pass a 1000m gallop trial and veterinary examination prior to being declared to race again.

 RACE 5:  CLASS 4 - 1000M (POLYTRACK)

LIGN EM UP (App WS Chan) fly-jumped and lost ground.

MR WHITAKER (M Rodd) jumped awkwardly outwards and bumped HARDCORE ROCK (App CK Ng).

PERKINS (App A Syahir) jumped awkwardly inwards and bumped RUN CHEETAH RUN (App J See).

HARDCORE ROCK and RUN CHEETAH RUN both lost ground after being crowded between MR WHITAKER, which shifted outwards and PERKINS, which shifted inwards.

Approaching the 900m, PERKINS shifted inwards and bumped RUN CHEETAH RUN.

Making the turn into the straight, LIGN EM UP shifted outwards carrying WHITE HUNTER (CW Brown) out onto UNSURPASSED (App R Shafiq), which in turn carried MR WHITAKER wider on the track.

 RACE 6:  INITIATION, DIV 2 - 1200M

CH Teo, Trainer ZL Mok’s Assistant Trainer, when questioned regarding the significant increase in the body weight of SO SIMPLE (App R Hasri), stated that the gelding had returned from a lengthy spell and had built up significantly during this time. He added that SO SIMPLE had progressed well during training and had worked well. He also added that SO SIMPLE was, in his opinion, fit to start. A Pre-Race veterinary examination passed SO SIMPLE fit to race.

Trainer B Marsh was fined a sum of S$50 in terms of MRA Rule 65(5)(c) for failing to produce the correct colours on KIWI LEO (A Da Silva).

KIWI LEO was slow to begin.

DAMON (App CC Wong) was slow into stride after jumping away awkwardly.

Passing the 1000m, PREFERRED (App R Shafiq) was buffeted for a short distance when racing between AURA D’ORO (M Rodd) and PRETTY ELUSIVE (App K Toh).

SO SIMPLE, which raced wide, proved difficult to settle in the middle stages.

Near the 800m, THE JEUNEYMAN (CW Brown) and SO SIMPLE bumped on a couple of occasions.

Making the turn into the straight, THE JEUNEYMAN, which was attempting to come to the outside of AURA D’ORO, made contact with SO SIMPLE, resulting in that gelding becoming unbalanced and shifting inwards making further contact with THE JEUNEYMAN.

DAMON had to be taken inwards across the heels of ARIO (A Munro) when attempting to obtain clear running approaching the 250m and in so doing, DAMON made contact with KIWI LEO. Shortly after, ARIO shifted outwards and away from DAMON, which shifted outwards, resulting in AURA D’ORO having to be eased off the heels of ARIO.

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

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on AURA D’ORO which revealed no apparent abnormality.

App K A’Isisuhairi who rode his 151th winner on MARK ECLIPSE will not be permitted to claim with effect from Monday, 9 November 2015.

 RACE 7:  BENCHMARK 83 - 1400M

CLUTHA LAD (App CK Ng) began awkwardly.

GOLDEN CURL (A Da Silva) jumped awkwardly outwards and made slight contact with VERGLATICA (App J See).

Shortly after the start, FRAAJILISTIC (App R Zawari) was buffeted for a short distance between BEST TOTHELIGN (App WS Chan) and NANDOWRA (S John), which laid inwards.

Approaching the 1200m, CLUTHA LAD, which was making ground, checked to avoid the heels of ALASAMO (App R Shafiq), which shifted inwards.

At the same time, VERGLATICA checked when racing to the inside of FRAAJILISTIC. An Inquiry into this incident will be held at a date to be fixed.

Passing the 1000m, GREENSTONE (B Vorster) became unbalanced when buffeted between HOLY WARRIOR (CW Brown) and BEST TOTHELIGN, which shifted inwards.

BEST TOTHELIGN raced wide throughout.

GOLDEN CURL was held up for clear running between the 500m and the 400m.

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

 RACE 8:  KRANJI STAKES D, DIV 1 - 1600M

WINNING STAR (App K A’Isisuhairi) jumped awkwardly inwards bumping GO LANCE (App CC Wong).

PERFECT CHALLENGER (App J See) and MATOAKA (App TR Barnabas) bumped on jumping.

Shortly after the start, PUSAKA (App R Shafiq) shifted inwards and made contact with ALFONSO (M Rodd).

Approximately 50m after the start, GO LANCE was slightly crowded between WINNING STAR and KNOW EACH OTHER (B Vorster), which rolled outwards slightly.

Near the 1200m, GO LANCE shifted outwards and bumped WINNING STAR.

WINNING STAR raced keenly in the early stages.

MATOAKA raced wide throughout.

Making the turn into the straight, GO LANCE commenced to lay outwards, resulting in it making contact with the hindquarters of WINNING STAR. This resulted in WINNING STAR being turned inwards slightly and GO LANCE having to be eased when becoming awkwardly placed on that gelding’s heels. As a result, RISING EMPIRE (TH Koh), which was following, was also inconvenienced and held up on the heels of GO LANCE until shortly after passing the 400m.

Near the 350m, GO LANCE steadied off the heels of KNOW EACH OTHER, which shifted inwards to obtain clear running.

BLADEMEISTER (CW Brown) and KNOW EACH OTHER brushed for a short distance shortly after passing the 300m.

Near the 250m, PERFECT CHALLENGER had to be eased outwards to avoid the heels of THEBUZZDOWNUNDER (E Aslam), which shifted outwards under pressure.

Passing the 100m, PUSAKA laid outwards making contact with KING SAVINSKY (A Munro).

Over the concluding stages, THEBUZZDOWNUNDER shifted outwards and away from MATOAKA, with THEBUZZDOWNUNDER making contact with PERFECT CHALLENGER.

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

 RACE 9:  BENCHMARK 83 -1000M (POLYTRACK)

KEEN DRAGON (M Zaki) and SHIPPING FORECAST (App K A’Isisuhairi) bumped on jumping. Shortly after, KEEN DRAGON and SHIPPING FORECAST were both crowded between THE NUTCRACKER (A Da Silva), which rolled outwards and Q NINE MAGIC (App A Feiruz), which rolled inwards.

Passing the 800m, SHIPPING FORECAST, which was racing keenly, had to be steadied off the heels of BELLWETHER (CW Brown) for a short distance.

SUPER BONUS (I Saifudin) hung outwards from the 800m.

POWER LION (S John) raced wide from the 800m.

Jockey Da Silva, when questioned regarding the run of THE NUTCRACKER, stated that the gelding travelled well until placed under pressure approaching the 400m, from which point, it failed to respond to his riding and was disappointing over the concluding stages. His explanation was noted. THE NUTCRACKER was impounded for routine veterinary and analytical examination. The Veterinary Surgeon reported 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.

 RACE 10:  BENCHMARK 67 - 1600M

SUNNY (S Sam) was slow to begin.

FORTUNE WINNER (M Ewe) was slow to begin after making contact with SEED OF SPEED (CW Brown).

SPLICE (M Rodd) and RAPIDO STAR (App TR Barnabas) both raced wide throughout.

Approaching the 400m, ROCKFAST (App R Shafiq) was momentarily held up on the heels of SPLICE.

Shortly after passing the 400m, JUSTICE WORLD (M Kellady) eased off the heels of SPLICE, which shifted outwards and away from NEWLANDS (A Munro) when that gelding shifted outwards to improve.

Passing the 300m, WINNING CAUSE (B Vorster) shifted outwards carrying ROCKFAST out onto SPLICE. Jockey Vorster was subsequently shown the film of the incident and warned to exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.

EAGLE STORM (J Powell) and RAPIDO STAR, which both raced poorly, will each be required to pass a 1000m gallop trial and veterinary examination prior to being declared to race again.

Jockey Rodd reported that SPLICE was not striding out freely.  A subsequent veterinary examination revealed that the horse exhibited signs of respiratory distress after the race. SPLICE will be required to pass a 1000m gallop trial and veterinary examination prior to being declared to race again.

 GENERAL

POST-RACE URINE/BLOOD: FRIDAY
SINGAPORE 16 OCTOBER MEETING 2015

26 coded urine and 27 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.

IMPOUND SAMPLES: FRIDAY
SINGAPORE 16 OCTOBER MEETING 2015

1 coded urine and 1 coded blood impound sample from the above-mentioned race meeting was received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

No prohibited substances were detected.

POST-RACE URINE/BLOOD: SUNDAY
SINGAPORE 18 OCTOBER MEETING 2015

32 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 25 OCTOBER MEETING 2015

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 18 OCTOBER MEETING 2015

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.

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