QUEENSLANDRACING INTEGRITY COMMISSION
BRISBANE RACING CLUB
DOOMBEN SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2017
WEATHER FINEE TRACK RATING ? GOOD 4/GOOD 3 @ 10:30 am
RAIL 5.5MM PENETROMETER
Chairman of Stewards A. Reardon
Stewards D. Aurisch, M. Knibbs, T. Frazer, N. Treacey
Betting Steward M. Heffernan
Clerk of Scales P. Reardon
Judge G. Tozer, M. Mawhinney, A. Redding
Veterinarian A. Murdoch
Swab Attendants K. Warwick, A. Schofield, G. Gray
Starter R. Smith, I. Smith
Stewards Secretary W. Ostrofski
From Doomben 2.9.17
Race 5: Trainer M. Dunn advised that HANWRITTEN had now been sent for a spell and he undertook to trial the horse when it resumes racing.
Race 7: K. Schweida, trainer of LLENTRECOTE, reported that following the event it was revealed the gelding had suffered an injury to its off foreleg and would now be retired from racing.
Race 1: ST VINCENTTS PRIVATE HOSPITAL BRISBANE QTIS 3YO H'CAP 1110M
PERFECT RAIN Held up in the early stages of the straight.
Race 2: EILEEN & WILLIAM DUFFUS MEMORIAL F&M BENCHMARK 85 H'CAP 1200M
J. Orman was dislodged from FINAL ZERO following the event, suffering no apparent injury. The horse was quickly recaptured and ridden back to the enclosure, resulting in a slight delay to weighing in.
OF THE DAY Raced wide without cover. When questioned regarding his riding of the mare, R. Fradd stated that he had been instructed to settle the horse behind the leaders but was prevented from taking up this position when MAGNUS COR maintained a position one off the rail. He added that he did not wish to restrain his mount behind MAGNUS COR near the 800m as he was mindful that when OF THE DAY beat FINAL ZERO at Doomben on 12 August, it took almost the entire straight to run that mare down, and with FINAL ZEROOs light weight today, he was of the belief that he would be giving that mare too much start.
GRETNA J. Byrne reported at scale that he was disappointed in the marees performance, however could offer no excuses.
MAGNUS COR Had to be restrained off heels approaching the first turn. P. Hammersley was questioned regarding his tactics. He advised that as the mare had been tardy out of the barriers at her previous start, he had been instructed to position the horse close to the lead, and whilst MAGNUS COR did not jump extremely well, he was intent on holding a position outside of STAR OF NIGHT. He added that approaching the first turn jockey Fradd had placed some pressure on him when OF THE DAY attempted to shift in and force him towards the rail, however he was intent on holding his position. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
Race 3: ZOUKI GROUP C,G&E BENCHMARK 85 H'CAP 1200M
EL SASSO Raced fiercely approaching the first turn.
Race 4: ST VINCENTTS CARE SERVICES OPEN H'CAP 1350M
FRESPANOL R. Fradd could offer no excuses for the geldinggs performance, adding that it was under pressure prior to the home turn. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
FLAMBOYER Knuckled on jumping.
SOMEDAY Laid in under pressure in the straight.
Race 5: ASSA SIGNS BENCHMARK 75 H'CAP 1050M
The start of this race was delayed when HOT GOSSIP broke through the barriers, was quickly restrained, inspected by the veterinary surgeon and passed fit to run.
CASINO THOUGHTS Raced in restricted room over the concluding stages and had to be steadied approaching the winning post.
HIGH COST Raced three wide without cover.
CALKE ABBEY Had to steady away from heels near the 300m.
LADY SIOUX D. Browne reported at scale that his mount blundered on jumping and may have sustained an injury in this incident. Jockey Browne added that his mount never stretched out throughout the race. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
PUFFFS GIRL Apprentice J. Guthmann-Chester reported at scale that his mount did not travel well throughout. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
Race 6: MOTHER MARY MAGDALAN BURKE OPEN H'CAP 2040M
VASSAL Bumped on the hind quarters shortly after the start.
LORD COCONUTS Shifted in abruptly shortly after the start. Had to be checked off heels when overracing near the 1400m.
LOVING HOME Stable representative Mr P. Shailer was advised that a fine of $200 will be imposed on trainer C. Waller for failing to notify a change of tactics for the horse, which was ridden back in the field.
CHOICE PRINCESS A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
SCOTTY BE GOTTI Jumped awkwardly and then had to be checked when tightened for room between runners.
Race 7: SISTER MARY AGNES FITZGERALD CLASS 3 PLATE 1200M
EXCEEDINGLY Had to steady away from heels approaching the winning post.
ACUTUM Steadied away from heels near the 200m. J. Lloyd reported at scale that his mount was under pressure from the 600m. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
JONZALI Slow to begin.
SARAJEVO Jumped awkwardly.
VALLESCO Jumped awkwardly. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
SEE MIRACLES Shifted in abruptly approaching the winning post.
Race 8: SISTER NOLA RILEY CLASS 6 PLATE 1640M
EL CAMPEADOR Tightened for room shortly after the start.
KING RED Jumped awkwardly. Pulled hard in the early stages.
Race 9: COUNTRY MUSIC RACEDAY RATINGS BAND 0 70 H'CAP 1350M
PUBLISHING POWER Raced wide without cover. The veterinary surgeon reported that the gelding had sustained a laceration to the near hind tendon.
SHIPWRECKED Held up shortly after entering the straight and had to steady away from heels near the 200m to obtain clear running.
DDHARMONY Apprentice M. McGillivray was fined $200 for failing to ride his mount, which finished 6th, to the end of the race.
FLAMINN MOGUL Knuckled on jumping.
DEITCH L. Tarrant reported at scale that he felt his mount may have been sore behind. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
NO ANNAMOSSITY When questioned regarding the horsees performance, D. Browne stated that whilst the gelding ran home fairly, in his opinion NO ANNAMOSSITY is looking for a distance further than that of todayys event and may have felt the effects of the firm track today.
SPLINTER Had to be checked after leaving the 1000m. M. Pegus, the rider of PUBLISHING POWER, was reprimanded for permitting his mount to shift in at that point. In this incident BOURBON ROAD shifted out away from heels.
ALL THAT IS Held up rounding the home turn. J. Lloyd reported that his mount was inclined to layy in under pressure in the straight.
STEWARDS RACE DAY SUMMARY
Summary of action concerning licensees
Race 9. M. Pegus careless riding AR. 137(a)
Race 6. Tnr. C. Waller - $200 fail to notify change of tactics AR. 135A
Race 9. App. J. Guthmann-Chester - $200 failed to ride mount to end of race AR. 137(b)
Summary of action concerning thoroughbred horses
Horses swabbed pre-race
Casino Thoughts, Vassal, Madame Lily, Flaminn Mogul
Horses swabbed post-race
All winners, Bourbon Road, See Miracles, Exceedingly, Cornrow, Loving Home, Tarzan, Dreams Aplenty, Star of Night, Red Hot Miss
Summary of rider changes/Late notifications
Published subject to correction upon revision