Stewards Report

Brisbane Racing Club@Doomben

Doomben Metropolitan | TAB

Sat 02 Sep Good 3

Rail

+2.5m Entire Course

Track

Turf
Good 3 Pen 5.1

Nil last 24hrs, 4.5mm last 7 days

Nil last 24hrs, 12mm last 7 days

Overcast

Track conditions update: 1:06AM Sunday 03 September
Last Track Rating Update: Finalised 2/9 - 7:30am

Nominations

Mon 28/08/17 11:00am

Weights

Tue 29/08/17 12:00am

Acceptances

Wed 30/08/17 09:00am

Riders

Wed 30/08/17 12:00pm

Scratchings

Sat 02/09/17 07:30am

Late Nominations

Races: 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9

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 SATURDAY 2 SEPTEMBER 2017
 
WEATHER FINEE                         TRACK RATING GOOD 4/GOOD 3 (Retrospective R1)
RAIL 2.5MM                                     PENETROMETER
5.09
 
OFFICIALS
 
Chairman of Stewards A. Reardon
Stewards D. Aurisch, M. Knibbs, R. Hanson
Betting Steward M. Heffernan
Clerk of Scales ?  L. Hicks
Judge R. Thomas, G. Tozer, A. Redding
Veterinarian A. Murdoch
Swab Attendants K. Warwick, J. Crompton, R. Gonchee
Starter J. Roberts
Stewards Secretary W. Ostrofski
 
Race 1: STRATHMORES COLLECTIONS RATINGS BAND 0 70 H'CAP 1200M
 
JETSONIC Slow to begin. Inclined to hang out rounding the home turn.
 
IMPREGNABLE Jumped awkwardly and lost ground.
 
SECRET PUZZLE Raced wide without cover. Finished a distant last. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to be suffering from cardiac arrhythmia. Trainer L. Ross was advised that the horse must trial satisfactorily and that a veterinary clearance, including the results of an ECG, must be produced prior to the mare being permitted to race again.
 
BEAUDACIOUS When questioned, D. Browne explained that his mount travelled will but did not feel entirely comfortable in its action in the home straight and as a result did not finish the race off as expected. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
 
PEKING ROAD Had to steady off heels near the 50m.
 
Following the running of this race the track was upgraded to GOOD 3 retrospective.
 
Race 2: BARAMBAH ORGANICS DAIRY OPEN H'CAP 1200M
 
DIVINE SERVICE Had to steady off heels near the finishing line.
 
 
Race 3: MADISON CLEANING SERVICES BENCHMARK 75 H'CAP 2200M
 
STANLEY Raced wide in the early stages until the 1400m.
 
EXPLOSIVE ONE Raced wide from the 1600m until ridden forward to obtain the lead after leaving the 1000m.
 
GORADA Held up after leaving the 500m.
 
JIMMY HOFFA Bumped on the hind quarters near the 300m.
 
MR SCARY Raced wide without cover after leaving the 1000m.
 
Race 4: UMS SCHOOL WEAR F&M BENCHMARK 85 H'CAP 1350M
 
The start of this race was delayed when DEE NINE ELLE proved difficult to load.
 
DEE NINE ELLE A post-race veterinary examination revealed that the mare had an elevated heart rate. Trainer T. Gollan advised that the mare would now be sent for a spell.
 
PASSIONFLOWER Connections advised that from the better draw it would be the intention to have the horse ridden more forward today. The horse settled just off the pace.
 
CAPETOWN HUSSEY Held up over the concluding stages and had to alter course to obtain clear running.
 
PLUCKY GIRL J. Lloyd was questioned regarding his riding of the mare. He stated that his instructions were to race either outside the leader, which he anticipated would be DEE NINE ELLE, or ride with cover. He said the mare did not begin particularly well and he elected to find a position behind PASSIONFLOWER, however was prevented from doing so approaching the 1000m when FLEUR DDORAGE improved to his inside and as he did not wish to race three wide he elected to push forward to race outside the leader, however he was prevented from obtaining that positon when PASSIONFLOWER held the position outside the leader near the 800m. He added that he then elected to ease and take a trail behind PASSIONFLOWER near the 700m and for a short time travelled reasonably well but then when MAGNAJOY improved to his inside approaching the home turn, he was unable to prevent that mare from shifting out as PLUCKY GIRL was under pressure. He added that the mare picked up momentum near the 300m and got to the line very well.
 
Race 5: PROGRAMMED PROPERTY SERVICES CLASS 6 PLATE 1110M
 
HANWRITTEN Performed disappointingly. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings. Trainer M. Dunn will be advised that the gelding must trial satisfactorily prior to racing again.
 
LIVE FAST Bumped on jumping.
 
KHALAMA Jumped awkwardly, shifted in and bumped another runner. Shifted in under pressure approaching the 100m.
 
Race 6: DHL EXPRESS CLASS 3 PLATE 1615M
 
BROCSON Hung in away from another runner approaching the 1400m.
 
POWERFUL FLASH Shifted in and made contact with another runner near the 200m. Had to steady away from heels near the 100m.
 
REAL STING Had to steady away from heels approaching the 1400m. Had to alter course to obtain clear running inside the 100m.
 
GLEN ORD Shifted in approaching the 200m, tightening runners to the inside.
 
AHNDRAS J. Lloyd reported at scale that his mount hung in under pressure in the straight.
 
PINOLINO A post-race veterinary examination revealed the mare to be lame in the near foreleg. Trainer L. Birchleyys representative will be advised that the horse will require a veterinary clearance prior to being permitted to race again.
 
Race 7: KENNEDYYS TIMBERS OPEN H'CAP 1615M
 
LLENTRECOTE Broke through the barriers, was quickly restrained, returned to the barriers, inspected by the veterinary surgeon and cleared to race.
 
MY DIAMANTINE Checked away from heels near the 600m.
 
PINDAN PEARL Reared as the start was effected and lost considerable ground (6L). A warning was placed on the mare in relation to its barrier manners.
 
Race 8: QSCAN RADIOLOGY CLINICS QTIS 3YO H'CAP 1350M
 
LEGADEMA Apprentice M. McGillivray reported at scale that his mount jumped awkwardly.
 
I AM IMPINGE Raced wide throughout without cover. J. Lloyd reported at scale that his mount overraced in the early and middle stages.
 
CHARMING PRINCE Slow to begin.
 
Race 9: ST MARGARETTS P&F ASSOCIATION C,G&E BENCHMARK 85 H'CAP 1350M
 
BROTHERLY SECRET Trainer R. Heathcote advised that from the wide barrier the horse would be ridden in a forward position if circumstances permit. The horse was ridden forward and settled outside the leader.
 
MARKSFIELD Raced wide without cover.
 
SABKHAT Held up approaching the home turn.
 
DENARIUS Apprentice M. McGillivray reported at scale that his mount laid out throughout the race.
 
CONSTANTINE Slow to begin.
 
STEWARDS RACE DAY SUMMARY
 
Summary of action concerning licensees
 
Nil
 
Summary of action concerning thoroughbred horses
 
Horses swabbed
All winners and Red Handle, Someday, Mystic Opal, Gorada, Rock On Ivy, Passionflower, Plucky Girl, Hanwritten, Live Fast, Ahndras, Glen Ord, Sheiswhatsheis, Cellargirl, Sabkhat
 
 
Warnings/bars
Race 1. SECRET PUZZLE cardiac arrhythmia satisfactory trial, vet clearance inc. results of ECG AR. 8(t)
Race 5. HANWRITTEN performed disappointingly
satisfactory trial AR. 8(t)
Race 6. PINOLINO lame near foreleg vet clearance
AR. 8(t)
Race 7. PINDAN PEARL reared at start, lost considerable ground - warning
 
Late scratchings
 
Nil
 
 
 
Published subject to correction upon revision