Stewards Report

Central Warrego Race Club

Charleville Country

Sat 09 May Good

Rail

True

Track

Sand
Good Pen Not available

Nil

Nil

Fine

Track conditions update: 1:05AM Sunday 10 May
Last Track Rating Update: Finalised 9/5 - 8:00am. Late Scratchings R1 N3, R2 N6, R3 N2, R4 N1, R5 N2 & 5

Nominations

Tue 05/05/20 11:00am

Weights

Wed 06/05/20 12:00am

Acceptances

Thu 07/05/20 10:00am

Riders

Thu 07/05/20 01:00pm

Scratchings

Sat 09/05/20 07:45am

Late Nominations

None set

Feature, Group and Listed races may have different acceptance closing times. Group 1 races have staggered closing times for nominations that differ from the general dates and times listed above. Please refer to the full published conditions for these races for details.

QUEENSLANDRACING INTEGRITY COMMISSION
 
STEWARDS REPORT
 
 
CENTRAL WARREGO RACE CLUB – 9TH  MAY 2020.
 
 
WEATHER – FINE             TRACK RATING – GOOD (DIRT)      RAIL – TRUE
 
OFFICIALS
 
Chairman of Stewards – B. Cooke
Stewards – D. Kerwick
Clerk of Scales – Q.R.I.C Stewards
Judge – Club
Veterinarian – Dr T. Birrer
Swab Attendants –  Dr T. Birrer
Starter – Mr R. King
 
 
Race 1: MURWEH SHIRE COUNCIL MAIDEN PLATE – 1200m
 
SUPER SID – Dipped at the start and lost ground.
 
URSA MAJOR – Stewards permitted Jockey S. Sweedman to ride one kilogram overweight due to no other suitable riders being available. Bumped by another runner to the outside upon jumping.
 
CAPTAIN LASS – Began awkwardly making contact with another runner to the inside. Improved onto heels at the 800m and was forced to restrain for a short distance. Laid in under pressure over the concluding stages.
 
KELSEY LAKE – Raced wide without cover throughout.
 
WHISKEY APPLE – When questioned regarding the seemingly improved performance, Trainer M. Johnstone advised that last start at Roma, when having the first start for his stable, he was satisfied with the horses run, when expecting it to win that event. He added that on that occasion he wagered significantly on the horse to be successful. He added that following this event he felt the horse had improved further in its work, and although he was surprised by today’s winning margin, he had again expected the horse to be successful in today’s event. Subsequent to the meeting Mr Johnstone further advised Stewards that the form from the Roma event had been franked as evidenced by CALCULATED RISK, which finished behind WHISKEY APPLE at Roma, going on to be successful at a provincial TAB meeting. Stewards noted Mr Johnstone’s explanation.
 
 
 
 
Race 2: CHARLEVILLE TYRE SERVICE CLASS 3 PLATE – 1200m
 
BESTERS – Upon returning to scale, Apprentice D. McGillivray advised that his mount was inclined to lay in throughout.
 
AURIC GOLD – Slow into stride and lost ground.
 
HOVE ACTUALLY – Began awkwardly.
 
CURRUMBIN CRAFT – Began awkwardly and lost ground.
 
ON THE BOSSA NOVA – Following the event trainer J. Baker advised that the horse had displayed issues in its action. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to have soreness across the near side rump. Stewards advised Mr Baker the mare would require a veterinary certificate prior to returning to race. Mr Baker further advised the mare would be sent for a spell following today’s event.
 
 
 
Race 3: RAHEEN STUD OPEN PLATE – 1200m
 
SHADOW PRINCE – Began awkwardly
 
CLASSIC WIND – Slow to begin.
 
SUPREME HARMONY – After improving onto heels at a point approaching the 150m, was forced to restrain for a short distance and subsequently shifted out across heels to obtain clear running.
 
SMOOTH HUSTLER – Began awkwardly
 
FAB’S COWBOY – Began awkwardly.
 
Race 4: WESTERN RURAL SERVICES BENCHMARK 45 HANDICAP – 1100m
 
THE SCOOP – Tightened for room at the start and lost ground.
 
RAISE THE FIGHT – Difficult to load. Fractious in barrier. Began awkwardly tightening another runner to the inside. Trainer L. Baker will be advised a warning will be placed in the gelding.
 
PLENTY OF WHITT – Raced wide without cover throughout.
 
 
 
 
Race 5: CHARLEVILLE CONCRETE QTIS BENCHMARK 65 HANDICAP – 800m
 
Following the event Jockey S. Sweedman was assessed by the Queensland Ambulance Service and was subsequently stood down due to illness. Jockey Sweedman was advised he would require a medical certificate prior to returning to race riding.
 
TOCCO D’ORO – Bumped by another runner to the outside upon jumping.
 
DRAGON FIRE – Began awkwardly making contact with another runner to the inside.
 
SHADOW VISION – Dipped at the start and lost ground.
 
BETTER NOT FLY – Began awkwardly.
 
SPLASHETTE – Raced wide without cover throughout.
 
Race 6: SHAUN & KERRY RADNEDGE'S DUNNES MEATS BENCHMARK 50 HANDICAP – 1400m
 
 
GREAT SHINE – Slow into stride. Raced with its head in the air when being restrained for a short distance approaching the 1000m.
 
SNIP ‘N’ DRIFT – Raced wide without cover throughout.
 
GEISSLER – Declared a late scratching at 3:00pm by order of the stewards due to no other rider being available.
 
 
 
 
STEWARDS RACE DAY SUMMARY
 
 
Summary of action concerning thoroughbred horses
 
Bars and Warnings
 
R2 – ON THE BOSSA NOVA – Vet Cert Required
R4 – RAISE THE FIGHT – Warning – Difficult to load.
 
Horses swabbed post-race
 
All winners
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Summary of rider changes/Late notifications
 
Late Scratching’s
 
R1 – THE LAST DRAGON – No Rider Available.
R2 – HARAMAIN – No Rider Available
R3 – GLENDEBIEN – No Rider Available.
R4 – AUTHADANE – No Rider Available
R4 – GOLDEN STREET – No Rider Available
R4 – HOT CHOCOLATE – No Rider Available
R4 – TRAIL BUSTER – No Rider Available
R4 – SHONECK AFFAIR – No Rider Available
R5 – IL BANDITO – No Rider Available
R5 – OAKFIELD GETTEM – No Rider Available
R6 – MASTER OF THE TURF – No Rider Available
 
 
 
Published subject to correction upon revision