Stewards Report

Brisbane Racing Club@Doomben

Doomben Metropolitan | TAB

Wed 12 Jul Good 4

Rail

+8.5m Entire Course

Track

Turf
Good 4 Pen 5.2

Nil last 24hrs, 12mm last 7 days

Nil

Fine

Track conditions update: 1:03AM Thursday 13 July
Last Track Rating Update: Finalised 12/7 - 7:45am - Late Rider Race 5 No. 8 Track upgraded to Good 4 prior to Race 1.

Nominations

Thu 06/07/17 11:00am

Weights

Fri 07/07/17 12:00am

Acceptances

Mon 10/07/17 09:00am

Riders

Mon 10/07/17 12:00pm

Scratchings

Wed 12/07/17 07:30am

Late Nominations

Races: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7

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
 
BRISBANE RACING CLUB
 
DOOMBEN – WEDNESDAY 12 JULY 2017
 
WEATHER – FINE
TRACK RATING – SOFT 5 (GOOD 4 RETROSPECTIVE AFTER R1)
RAIL – OUT 8.5M ENTIRE COURSE
PENETROMETER – 5.16
 
OFFICIALS
 
Chairman of Stewards – M Knibbs
Stewards – A Reardon, J Williamson, B Connell
Betting Steward – A Kitching
Clerk of Scales – P Zimmerman
Judge – G Tozer, R Thomas, A Redding, J Coleman
Veterinarian – M Lenz & S Flynn
Swab Attendants – K Warwick & L Chaplin
Starter – I Smith & P Cousins
Jockey Advocate – S Scriven
Stewards Secretary – S Rolls
 
SUPPLEMENTARY
 
From Doomben Meeting 8/7/2017 – Race 8
 
Further inquiries were made regarding the application lodged for a gear change on DEE NINE ELLE. It was established that the application was not made by the required time hence the application was declined.  DEE NINE ELLE will therefore appear as having this change of gear at its next start.
 
From Sunshine Coast Meeting 9/7/2017 – Race 7
 
Subsequent to this event trainer R. Heathcote reported that veterinary tests on CUSHION PINK had failed to reveal any abnormalities and the filly would now be sent for a spell.
 
Race 1: #ALLFOR1AND1FORALL Fillies & Mares Class 4 H’Cap – 1200m
 
MAGNUS COR – Laid in in the straight.
 
TREASURE GALLERY – Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.  Jockey L. Tarrant reported on return to scale that the horse felt shin sore.  A post race veterinary examination revealed the filly to be lame in the near fore leg.  Trainer M. Mair was advised a veterinary certificate of fitness will be required prior to the filly racing again.
 
Following the running of this event the track was upgraded to a Good 4 retrospective.
 
 
Race 2: #STOPBULLYINGTOENDYOUTHSUICIDE Fillies & Mares Plate – 1110m
 
ELITE FORCE – Began awkwardly.
 
 
Race 3: #GRANTAWISH Colts, Geldings & Entires Maiden Plate – 1110m

Trainer T. Gollan was fined $200 for the late declaration of App M. McGillivray as the rider of THE TINMAN.
 
THE TINMAN – Slow into stride.
 
SKY ONE – Hung out on the home turn.
 
RED MAHOGANY – A post race veterinary examination revealed the gelding suffered a bleeding attack during the event.  Trainer R. Heathcote was advised the gelding will incur the mandatory 3 month ban from racing and must gallop satisfactorily over 1000m in the presence of a steward prior to racing again.  
 
OUR RED DOG – A post race veterinary examination revealed the gelding had broke down in the off fore leg.  Trainer B. Ahrens advised a veterinary certificate of fitness will be required prior to the gelding racing again.
 
 
Race 4: Shape Consulting QTIS 3YO Colts & Geldings Maiden Plate – 1050m
 
MISHANI FERNANDO – Began awkwardly.
 
GOOD GRAB – Crowded for room and had to be steadied shortly after the start.
 
MR DUMONT – Near the 700m shifted in, struck the running rail and became badly unbalanced.
 
VICTORY TAPESTRY – Overraced in the middle stages and had to be steadied from heels.
 
Race 5: Travers Beynon Racing Benchmark 70 H’Cap – 1050m
 
Trainer S. Kendrick was fined $200 for the late declaration of L. Tarrant as the rider of LIPSYNC.
 
JEST EXCEL – Bounded as the start was effected and lost ground.
 
LOVE A ROSE – Jumped awkwardly.
 
Race 6: Astrojump Inflatables Colts, Geldings & Entires Class 4 H’Cap – 1200m
 
TAMBO’S HEART – Stood awkwardly in the barriers, began very awkwardly and was reluctant to stride out in the early stages.  Trainer S. Kendrick was advised that the gelding will be required to trial to the satisfaction of stewards before being permitted to race again.
 
RED MAGIC – Near the 200m the gelding suffered a bleeding attack and shifted in abruptly crashing through the inside running rail.  App R. Ride was subsequently transported to hospital for observation.  Samples for analysis were taken from the horse.  
 
 
Race 7: ICANIWILL Australia Class 2 H’Cap – 1650m
 
Due to the incident in Race 6 the start time of this race was amended to 4.14 p.m.
 
PRINCE OF TIE – Began awkwardly and struck its gate.  The gelding, which led the event, overraced in the early and middle stages and was disappointing in the straight. Trainer K. Schweida advised the gelding would be sent for an immediate spell.
 
VENETIAN BEAUTY – Slow into stride.
 
FUTURE EVENT – Slow into stride.  Near the 1400m when racing in restricted room became awkward, brushed the rail and lost ground.
 
INGEEGOODBE – Slow away and hampered slightly when crowded shortly after the start.
 
IRON CRAFT – It was noted after the race that the bit was displaced and had pulled through the gelding’s mouth.
 
Race 8: #MAKINGCHARITYCOOL Class 2 H’Cap – 1350m
 
Due to the incident in Race 6 the start time of this race was amended to 4.47 p.m.
 
HE’S A NATURAL – Trainer D. Vandyke advised the horse would be ridden more forward today due to the good gate if circumstances permit.  The horse was ridden accordingly.
 
DOUBLE SUPERLATIVE – Steadied when crowded shortly after the start.
 
TEMPETE ROUGE – Steadied from the heels of SOCIAL CONQUEST near the 1200m.  App M. McGillivray (SOCIAL CONQUEST) was issued with a reprimand.
 
PERRAN BEACH – Pulled hard in the early and middle stages.  Jockey L. Tarrant reported that he was of the opinion that the mare got its tongue over the bit during the early stages and as a consequence raced fiercely and proved very difficult to restrain.  Jockey Tarrant added that because of this issue the mare also hung out badly on the bend.
 
FIVE STUD POKER – Steadied from heels near the 400m.
 
OVERLAP – Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.
 
 
STEWARDS RACE DAY SUMMARY
 
Summary of action concerning licensees

Reprimands
Race 8.   M. McGillivray – App Jockey – Careless riding – AR317(a)
 
Fines
Race 3.   T. Gollan – Trainer – Late rider - $200 – LR67
Race 5.   S. Kendrick – Trainer – Late rider - $200 – LR67
 
Race Day Injury
Race 6.   Fall - App R. Ride (Red Magic)
 
Summary of action concerning thoroughbred horses
 
Horses swabbed post-race
All winners plus Soft Top, Freeze ‘N’ Tease, Gracida, Vienna Royale, Royal Receiver

Bars
Race 1.   Treasure Gallery – Lame near fore leg – Vet Cert. – AR8(t)
Race 3.   Our Red Dog – Broke down off fore leg – Vet Cert. – AR8(t)
Race 6.   Tambo’s Heart – Poor performance – Official barrier trial – AR8(t)
 
Bleeders
Race 3.   Red Mahogany – Bled both nostrils – 3 month ban & 1000m gallop – AR53A
Race 6.   Red Magic - Bled – Deceased
 
Summary of rider changes/Late notifications
Race 3.   The Tinman – App M. McGillivray
Race 5.   Lipsync – L. Tarrant
 
Change of Riding Tactics
Race 8.   He’s A Natural – Trainer advised horse will be ridden more forward today due to the good gate.
 
 
 
Published subject to correction upon revision