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 SINGAPORE TURF CLUB
29 NOVEMBER 2015 MEETING
Sunday,  29 November 2015

 RACE 1:  CLASS 5, DIV 1 - 1100M (POLYTRACK)

BULLET (M Zaki) was slow to begin after jumping away awkwardly and making heavy contact onto the hindquarters of MR PATRON (App R Rueven), which in turn bumped TROPICAL FOREST (O Chavez).

STOCK BROKER (CW Brown) and CITY OF SAILS (App A Feiruz) bumped on jumping.

OASIS SPUR (App J See) was slow to begin.

CAPTAIN MCCAW (J Powell) raced wide throughout.

Shortly after passing the 800m, MR PATRON checked when racing to the inside of CITY OF SAILS. An Inquiry into this incident will be held at a date to be fixed.

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

All riders returned to scale an average of 1kg overweight due to the weather conditions.

 RACE 2:  RESTRICTED MAIDEN - 1600M (POLYTRACK)

DEBT COLLECTOR (M Rodd) and NATURAL WATER (M Ewe) bumped on jumping.

MAGIC PAINT (I Saifudin) was crowded on jumping between WARSHIP (B Vorster), which jumped awkwardly inwards and SPUR ME ON (CW Brown), which was carried outwards by ROYAL EXPLORER (N Juglall).

Near the 1500m, WARSHIP, MAGIC PAINT and SPUR ME ON were all crowded between ROYAL EXPLORER and NATURAL WATER. An Inquiry into this incident will be held at a date to be fixed.

Approaching the 1200m, MAGIC PAINT, which was racing keenly, lost ground when crowded between WARSHIP, which shifted inwards and SPIRIT SEVEN (M Nunes), which rolled outwards.

SPIRIT SEVEN and NOVA POWER (App WS Chan) bumped on a number of occasions between the 1200m and the 1000m.

Passing the 800m, SPUR ME ON and WARSHIP bumped.

Near the 600m, MAGIC PAINT checked when racing between SPIRIT SEVEN and DEBT COLLECTOR. An Inquiry into this incident will be held at a date to be fixed.

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

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on MAGIC PAINT which revealed no apparent abnormality. MAGIC PAINT, which raced poorly, will be required to pass a 1000m gallop trial and veterinary examination prior to being declared to race again.

 RACE 3:  CLASS 4, DIV 2 - 1200M (POLYTRACK)

Trainer HW Tan was fined a sum of S$50 in terms of MRA Rule 65(5)(c) for failing to produce the correct colours on CASING ROYAL (App K A’Isisuhairi).

YOU DA ONE (App CC Wong) and HEE’S EGO (M Zaki) bumped on jumping.

Shortly after the start, CASING ROYAL and KLEVER WARRIOR (M Kellady) bumped on a couple of occasions.

Approximately 50m after the start, HEE’S EGO and YOU DA ONE made contact when racing to the outside of LUCKY MISSION (M Nunes) and was momentarily crowded when GRAVITY (S Sam) shifted inwards.

Shortly after passing the 800m, LIKA TIGER (CW Brown) eased when crowded between YOU DA ONE and CASING ROYAL, which laid outwards.

Approaching the 200m, HEE’S EGO, which was making ground, had to be taken inwards across the heels of CONVICT (App P Dellorto).

Subsequent veterinary examinations were requested on both SAFFIR (N Juglall) and LIKA TIGER which revealed no apparent abnormality.

 RACE 4:  INITIATION - 1000M (POLYTRACK)

After arriving at the barrier, SATELLITE POWER (N Juglall) had its saddle readjusted.

CASTLE QUEEN (R Woodworth), which was difficult to be loaded into 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).

SATELLITE POWER and SUN MIRACLE (A Da Silva), which both broke through the barriers prior to the start, were examined by the Veterinary Surgeon and passed fit to race. In order to test the starting gate mechanism, all remaining runners were removed from the barriers, resulting in a delay to the start. Subsequently, due to the electronic start mechanism not working effectively, this race was started using the manual start system.

SATELLITE POWER was restless in the barrier. Trainer J O’Hara was advised that a warning has been placed on SATELLITE POWER regarding its barrier manners and to take steps to improve them or action may be taken in future.

SUN MIRACLE was restless in the barrier. Trainer L Dragon was advised that a warning has been placed on SUN MIRACLE regarding its barrier manners and to take steps to improve them or action may be taken in future.

KEYSTONE (App H Syafiq) was slow to begin after jumping away awkwardly.

KING OF THIEVES (App M Jailani) was crowded on jumping between CASTLE QUEEN and WHITE SHADOW (App K A’Isisuhairi), which jumped awkwardly inwards.

SMART FORTUNE (App CC Wong) was slow into stride.

Passing the 800m, SATELLITE POWER eased when racing to the inside of WESTERN BOSS (App J See). An Inquiry into this incident will be held at a date to be fixed.

Making the turn into the straight, WESTERN BOSS was carried outwards slightly when KEYSTONE shifted outwards to improve.

Approaching the 200m, KING OPERA (I Saifudin) eased inwards away from the heels of KING OF THIEVES, which shifted inwards. App Jailani was subsequently shown the film of the incident and warned to exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.

The Farrier reported that SUN MIRACLE returned having cast its both-fore plates.

Jockey Juglall reported that SATELLITE POWER was making respiratory noises. A subsequent veterinary examination revealed that the horse returned as a roarer. SATELLITE POWER will be required to pass a 1000m gallop trial and veterinary examination prior to being entered to race again.

 RACE 5:  KRANJI STAKES D, DIV 1 - 1100M (POLYTRACK)

Due to a delay in the start time of Race 4, this race was put back ten minutes and rescheduled to start at 2030Hrs.

EVERTRUST (App CC Wong) was tightened at the start between RUN CHEETAH RUN (App J See), which jumped awkwardly outwards and EASY MONEY (App A Syahir), which jumped awkwardly inwards.

SECRET SPICE (App CK Ng) was inconvenienced shortly after the start by OUR TOUCHE (M Nunes), which was bumped inwards by HELEN (App R Rueven).

WINNING STAR (R Woodworth), which began awkwardly, was bumped shortly after the start by CALIFORNIA SUN (App N Alfian), which shifted inwards.

EVERTRUST and RUN CHEETAH RUN bumped near the 800m.

CALIFORNIA SUN raced wide throughout.

HELEN laid outwards under pressure in the homestraight.

RUN CHEETAH RUN laid inwards under pressure over the concluding stages.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on BLACK MAGIC (App T See) 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.

 RACE 6:  CLASS 5, DIV 1 - 1100M (POLYTRACK)

Due to a delay in the start time of Race 5, this race was put back ten minutes and rescheduled to start at 2100Hrs.

MR CALIFORNIA (App N Alfian) and SOUTHERN ADMIRAL (M Zaki) were both slow to begin after jumping away awkwardly.

I-SCREAM NOW (App K Toh) was slow into stride after jumping away awkwardly.

Approaching the 800m, STREET RUFFIAN (App M Khalid) raced tight between PURE WHITE (A Munro) and GYPSY MAGIC (App WS Chan), which was inclined to lay inwards.

STREET RUFFIAN and GYPSY MAGIC continued to make contact on a number of occasions between the 800m and the 600m.

App Alfian reported that MR CALIFORNIA was not striding out freely.  A subsequent veterinary examination revealed that the horse returned as a roarer. The Veterinary Surgeon also advised that MR CALIFORNIA had previously undergone corrective surgery for this condition.

 RACE 7:  CLASS 4 - 1900M (POLYTRACK)

Due to a delay in the start time of Race 6, this race was put back ten minutes and rescheduled to start at 2130Hrs.

SUNNY (E Aslam) and CHI LIN (App R Rueven) were both slow into stride.

KING SAVINSKY (A Munro) and BLACK FRIDAY (M Zaki) both raced wide throughout.

Jockey Aslam reported that SUNNY was not striding out freely.  A subsequent veterinary examination revealed no apparent abnormality.

App Rueven reported that CHI LIN was not striding out freely.  A subsequent veterinary examination confirmed this.

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

 RACE 8:  KRANJI STAKES D, DIV 2 - 1100M (POLYTRACK)

Due to a delay in the start time of Race 7, this race was put back ten minutes and rescheduled to start at 2200Hrs.

DUTY FREE (App T See) was slow to begin.

ANGRY CAT (O Chavez) jumped away awkwardly.

COTE DE NUITS (M Nunes), which jumped away awkwardly, raced in restricted room for a short distance after the start between TOAST’S ANGEL (App A Syahir) and GOLDEN MISSION (R Woodworth), which shifted outwards.

Approximately 100m after the start, GOLDEN MISSION eased when racing tight between COTE DE NUITS and MIGHTY GLORY.

GOLDEN MISSION proved difficult to settle in the middle stages.

DUTY FREE, ROMA (App M Jailani) and FLAMING FIREHEART (A Da Silva) all raced wide from the 600m.

COTE DE NUITS laid outwards under pressure over the final 200m.

Jockey Chavez reported that ANGRY CAT was making respiratory noises. A subsequent veterinary examination revealed no apparent abnormality.

 RACE 9:  CLASS 4, DIV 1 - 1200M (POLYTRACK)

Due to a delay in the start time of Race 8, this race was put back ten minutes and rescheduled to start at 2230Hrs.

D’DON (I Saifudin) and BRAHMS AND LISZT (App CK Ng) bumped on jumping.

DUAL IMPACT (R Woodworth) was slow to begin after jumping away awkwardly.

Shortly after the start, GOLD LINE (B Vorster) shifted outwards bumping CAPTAIN BLONDIE (KB Soo) out onto GOLD CROWN (App K A’Isisuhairi).

GOLD CROWN was difficult to settle in the backstraight.

Shortly after passing the 800m, POLE PARADISE (App R Hasri) checked when racing to the inside of STIRLING (M Nunes), GOLD LINE and WHITE HUNTER (CW Brown). CAPTAIN BLONDIE, which was following, was also inconvenienced in consequence. An Inquiry into this incident will be held at a date to be fixed.

CAPTAIN BLONDIE and POLE PARADISE were both held up and unable to improve between the 600m and the 400m.

BRAHMS AND LISZT, DUAL IMPACT and GOLD CROWN were all held up from the 600m.

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

 GENERAL

SINGAPORE SEPTEMBER MEETING 2015
FRIDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER 2015:

RACE 1 [TF1121]

On Thursday, 26 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an inquiry into the run of I’M KOOL (App R Rueven). When questioned, App Rueven advised that he was instructed to race in a forward position and he had to ride his mount along to obtain that position. Whilst noting his instructions and that he did not ride his mount along after the early stages, the Stewards expressed concern in particular to the fast sectional time run between the 800m and the 400m. Whilst Stewards were of the opinion that there was insufficient evidence to substantiate a charge, App Rueven was warned and advised that he would be expected to be more mindful of the sectional times run in similar circumstances in future.

SINGAPORE OCTOBER MEETING 2015
FRIDAY, 16 OCTOBER 2015:

RACE 6 [TF1225]

On Thursday, 26 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an Inquiry into the reasons for TONGARIRO (M Ewe) having to check when racing between BLACK BEAN (App J See) on its inside and JIM (A Da Silva) and JOHNNY HATES JAZZ (App K Toh) on its outside approaching the 200m. It was established that approaching the 200m, TONGARIRO had to be checked when crowded for racing room between JOHNNY HATES JAZZ, which initially shifted inwards and BLACK BEAN, which shifted outwards when tiring. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken. However, App Toh and App J See were both warned and advised that they must exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.

 

SINGAPORE OCTOBER MEETING 2015
SUNDAY, 18 OCTOBER 2015:

RACE 7 [TF1235]

On Thursday, 26 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an inquiry into the run of BIMALA (App CC Wong). When questioned, App Wong advised that he was instructed to allow his mount to settle and ride it in a rearward position to save up for one run in the straight. Trainer D Hill confirmed these instructions. App Wong further stated that BIMALA was inclined to race keenly near the 800m. Thereafter, he commenced to place his mount under pressure upon entering the straight. Whilst noting his instructions, App Wong was warned and advised to ride in a manner so as not to arouse query in future.

RACE 11 [TF1239]

On Thursday, 26 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an inquiry into the reasons for LAKE HUKA (M Rodd) and GENIUS (N Juglall) both having lost ground when racing to the inside of SOUTHERN HUSSLER (M Kellady) shortly after the start. It was established that shortly after the start, LAKE HUKA was hampered and carried inwards by GENIUS, which had to be steadied inwards to avoid the heels of SOUTHERN HUSSLER, which shifted inwards. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken. However, Jockey Kellady was warned and advised that he must exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.

RACE 11 [TF1239]

On Thursday, 26 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an inquiry into the reasons for AMAZEALOT (App R Rueven) and STRAIGHTTOTHEPOINT (T Bell) both having to check when racing between STARSKY (App K Toh) and WAKINO NEXUS (S Sam) near the 1000m. It was established that near the 1000m, WAKINO NEXUS and AMAZEALOT and STRAIGHTOTHEPOINT, which were all racing tightly, were slightly crowded for racing room when STARSKY shifted inwards. WAKINO NEXUS and AMAZEALOT then both lost ground when crowded by STRAIGHTOTHEPOINT, which shifted inwards and away from STARSKY, which shifted in further when racing tightly to the inside of SOUTHERN HUSSLER (M Kellady), which shifted inwards slightly. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken. However, App Toh was warned and advised that he must exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.

POST-RACE URINE/BLOOD: FRIDAY
SINGAPORE 06 NOVEMBER MEETING 2015

29 coded urine and 30 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 06 NOVEMBER 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.

 

SINGAPORE NOVEMBER MEETING 2015
FRIDAY, 6 NOVEMBER 2015:

RACE 7 [TF1324]

At the conclusion of an inquiry on Thursday, 26 November 2015, App R Zawari, the rider of FRAAJILISTIC, in the presence of his master, Trainer B Dean, pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under MRA Rule 44(9)(a)(ii) in that whilst riding FRAAJILISTIC in Race 7 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 06 November 2015, near the 1200m, he allowed his mount to shift inwards, when insufficiently clear, thereby resulting in VERGLATICA (App J See) having to check. When deciding on penalty, the Stewards took into account his record, guilty plea, the degree of interference and carelessness and submissions from App Zawari that he has been engaged to ride at the Singapore Race Meetings on Friday, 27 November 2015, Sunday, 29 November 2015 and Friday, 4 December 2015. The Stewards determined to suspend his licence to ride in races and acting under MRA Rule 48(5), the commencement of the suspension was deferred to begin on Saturday, 5 December 2015 until Friday, 11 December 2015 both dates inclusive (two Singapore Race Days). He was advised of his right of appeal.

POST-RACE JOCKEYS’ URINE: FRIDAY
SINGAPORE 13 NOVEMBER 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.

SINGAPORE NOVEMBER MEETING 2015
FRIDAY, 13 NOVEMBER 2015:

RACE 7 [TF1350]

On Thursday, 26 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an inquiry into the reasons for DAVIDE (B Vorster) having to check when racing between LASER STORM (App R Shafiq) to its outside and TITANIUM (R Woodworth) and BORN TO FLY (App J See) to its inside near the 200m. It was established that near the 200m, TITANIUM and DAVIDE, which had obtained a narrow run between LASER STORM and TITANIUM, were both crowded for racing room between BORN TO FLY, which shifted outwards slightly when tiring and LASER STORM, which shifted inwards slightly under pressure. As a result of the crowding, DAVIDE was checked and TITANIUM had to be eased. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken.

 

RACE 8 [TF1351]

On Thursday, 26 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an inquiry into the reasons for WONDERFUL PRINCE (M Nunes) having to check when racing to the inside of BOARD WALK (N Juglall) and DIVIDED HOUSE (App K A’Isisuhairi) near the 900m. It was established that near the 900m, BOARD WALK lost ground after being crowded for racing room by DIVIDED HOUSE, which shifted inwards when racing tightly to the inside of BOGART (App CC Wong), which rolled inwards slightly. WONDERFUL PRINCE, which was following, had to be steadied outwards across the heels of BOARD WALK in consequence. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken. However, App A’Isisuhairi was warned and advised that he must exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.

POST-RACE JOCKEYS’ URINE: SUNDAY
SINGAPORE 15 NOVEMBER 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.

SINGAPORE NOVEMBER MEETING 2015
SUNDAY, 15 NOVEMBER 2015:

RACE 6 [TF1358]

On Thursday, 26 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an inquiry into the reasons for BRAD (D Beasley) having to ease off the heels of SMART LAD (App K Toh), which checked outwards when racing to the outside of IKING (App A Feiruz) approaching the 400m. It was established that approaching the 400m, when attempting to shift outwards in an effort to improve, SMART LAD laid inwards and became awkwardly placed on the heels of IKING, which had commenced to shift outwards to improve its position. As IKING continued to shift outwards in an abrupt manner, SMART LAD had to be taken outwards, away from the heels of IKING, resulting in SMART LAD being checked. BRAD, which was following, was inconvenienced in consequence. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken.

 

RACE 11 [TF1363]

On Thursday, 26 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an inquiry into the reasons for TERMS OF REFERENCE (B Vorster) having to check when racing between NORTH ATLANTIC ICE (App R Shafiq) and SILVER STAR (N Juglall) near the 1200m. It was established that near the 1200m, TERMS OF REFERENCE was checked when crowded for racing room between SILVER STAR (N Juglall), which shifted inwards and NORTH ATLANTIC ICE, which, when racing keenly, shifted outwards to avoid the heels of LAKE HUKA ( M Rodd), which shifted inwards. In the circumstances, no blame could be attributed to any rider and as such, no further action was taken.

SINGAPORE NOVEMBER MEETING 2015
FRIDAY, 20 NOVEMBER 2015:

RACE 8 [TF1381]

On Friday, 27 November 2015, the Stewards concluded an inquiry into a report from the Clerk of Scales that App T See, the rider of MEXBOROUGH BOY, returned to scale 1.0kg over the declared weight that he weighed out for the above race. App T See, in the presence of his master, Trainer J O’Hara, pleaded guilty to a charge under MRA Rule 121(7) in that after riding MEXBOROUGH BOY in Race 8 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 20 November 2015, he returned to scale 1.0kg in excess of the declared weight that he weighed out for the race.  There was no evidence to suggest that App T See had or attempted to deceive the Clerk of Scales when weighing.  However, App T See had admitted consuming fluids after he weighed out for the race and that this may have contributed to him returning overweight.  When considering penalty, the Stewards took into account the nature of the charge, guilty plea, his record and submissions from App T See that he has been engaged to ride at the Singapore Race Meetings on Friday, 4 December 2015 and Sunday, 6 December 2015.  The Stewards determined to suspend his licence to ride in races and acting under MRA Rule 48(5), the commencement of the suspension was deferred to begin on Monday, 7 December 2015 until Friday, 01 January 2016 both dates inclusive (three Singapore Race Days). He was advised of his right of appeal.

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