Stewards Report

Rockhampton Jockey Club Inc

Rockhampton Provincial | TAB

Fri 25 Sep Good 4

Rail

Out 5m Entire Course.

Track

Turf
Good 4 Pen Not available

Nil

Nil last 24hrs, 24mm last 7 days

Fine

Track conditions update: 5:02PM Saturday 26 September

Nominations

Mon 21/09/15 11:00am

Weights

Tue 22/09/15 12:00am

Acceptances

Wed 23/09/15 09:30am

Riders

Wed 23/09/15 12:00pm

Scratchings

Fri 25/09/15 07:30am

Late Nominations

Races: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

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.

RACING QUEENSLAND

STEWARDS REPORT

ROCKHAMPTON JOCKEY CLUB – FRIDAY 25th SEPTEMBER, 2015

WEATHER – FINE TRACK RATING – GOOD (4)
RAIL – Out 5 Metres ENTIRE

OFFICIALS

Chairman of Stewards – Mr L. Collins
Stewards –Mr B. Nalder, Mr G. Meek & B. Cooke (Cadet)
Clerk of Scales – W. Welburn
Judge – I. Schultz
Veterinarian- B. Newman
Bookmakers Supervisor – S. Bryant
Swab attendants – P. Taylor
Starter- M. Henderson/ C. Matthews

Race 1: Hansens Catering Maiden Plate- 1300 metres
1st TARA’S RANSOM 2nd THE EUNUCH 3rd BREATH OF TERA 4th- MISTY MONTANA

MORE VALUE – Slow to begin. Rider reported that his mount, which had pulled hard for the majority of the event, had to be restrained near the 850m and may benefit with the blinkers removed.

ON THE NIGHTSHIFT – Apprentice M. McGillivray reported that his mount was inclined to over race throughout. Trainer C. Smith reported that the horse had a laceration consistent with being galloped to its near cannon and also the coronet band and would experiment with the blinkers being removed.

ON THE WICKET – A post-race veterinary examination revealed a laceration to the horse's tongue.

JORDANS JET – Slow to begin. Raced wide without cover.

BABES COPYRIGHT – Slow into stride. Raced greenly in the straight.

Race 2: Adams Plant Hire Pty Ltd QTIS 3YO Maiden Handicap- 1100 metres
1st SONADOR ROSE 2nd THAT'S WOODY 3rd DUDOOMP 4th- FONTEIN MAGIC

SOUTHERN SPECIAL – Raced wide without cover.

THAT'S WOODY – After being a little slow to begin, was then further hampered when DAZZA'S REWARD jumped out.

COCO DRAGON – Raced three wide without cover. A. Butler reported that his mount over-raced throughout.

FONTEIN MAGIC – Slow to begin.

SONADOR ROSE – Began awkwardly. Near the 200 metres, shifted out abruptly and the rider corrected his mount. Shifted out across COCO DRAGON and caused THAT'S WOODY to shift out and away.

Race 3: Dooley & Bryant BM 70 Handicap- 1050 metres
1st TERMS OF TRADE 2nd EVENTIDE 3rd STAGE EXIT 4th- BON TEMPS

Due to a miscommunication between jockey and trainer, C. Whitley was advertised as the rider of EVENTIDE. With permission of Stewards, A. Butler was permitted to be the replacement rider. Stewards noted the explanation, however reminded trainer T. Button to confirm riders prior to acceptance time.

PYGMY HUNTER – Raced wide throughout.

EVENTIDE – Slow to begin.

STAGE EXIT – As the horse was resuming from a significant spell, underwent a pre-race veterinary inspection and was passed to start.

SAHARAMAR – Slow to begin. Proved difficult in its preliminary. The blinkers were removed, the saddle was adjusted and the horse proceeded to the barriers, however caused a delay to the start. The horse consequently raced without blinkers. Apprentice J. Orman was reminded of his obligations regarding the use of the whip on a horse out of contention.

CHERISHTHETHOUGHT – Raced wide without cover. Apprentice R. Payne was reminded of her obligations regarding the use of the whip on a horse out of contention.

ZEROCITY – As the horse was resuming from a significant spell, underwent a pre-race veterinary inspection and was passed to start.

Race 4: David Rowe Memorial BM 60 Handicap- 1824 metres
1st SHIKRA 2nd PREEN QUEEN 3rd OZEIN 4th- ROFRANOZ

ALLGIRL – When questioned regarding the horse's performance, apprentice N. Vuille said she felt that the mare had come to the end of its preparation. Trainer Mrs C. Dore confirmed that the horse will now be spelled. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no abnormalities.

ROCK OF FREEDOM – Slow to begin.

ROFRANOZ – Slow to begin.

IOWNAPRINCE – Raced three wide without cover throughout.

MANZANITA – Slow to begin.

MURRAMARANG – Slow to begin. Over-raced in the middle stages.

GO AS YOU PLEASE- Over-raced in the middle stages.

Race 5: Tropical Pool Maintenance Class 1 Handicap- 1300 metres
1st GLACIER EXPRESS 2nd HAMILTON 3rd SHIGERU MAHOGANY 4th- BENJI

POINT LEO – Jumped awkwardly and lost ground. Near the 700m improved to the inside of DAM FLASH, which rolled in, and had to be steadied.

BENJI – Shifted out three wide from the 700m.

GET LOOSE – Raced wide without cover. Shifted in momentarily approaching the 600m, and tightened the running of MONTANA HERO, which clipped the heel of GET LOOSE and blundered. Stewards accepted that apprentice R. Payne, the rider of GET LOOSE, corrected her mount as soon as possible and took no further action.

MONTANA HERO – Restrained from the heels of SHIGERU MAHOGANY near the 900m.

BRALGON – Jumped a little awkwardly and made contact with the hind quarters of MONTANA HERO.

Race 6: Mel and Trish Slade Class 4 Handicap- 1200 metres
1st- OUTBACK LIGHTNING 2nd- SANOSUKE 3rd – BIG BABA LOOEY 4th- GOHARDASUN

PRINCE DAN – Raced wide without cover throughout.

PRIMED FOR DESTINY – Stewards inquired into the horse's performance. Of particular concern was whether jockey Dale Evans could have improved into a run in the straight earlier than he did. After taking evidence from jockey Evans and viewing the patrol films, it was established that the horse had taken up a position more forward than its usual racing pattern and had been travelling strongly from the 600m, and near the 500m, jockey Evans, while aware that a run had presented itself between KHAANTANTES and OUTBACK LIGHTNING, elected to maintain his position until near the 400m as he was mindful of not gaining the lead at that stage of the race, given that the horse possessed only a short sprint. However from the 200m when placed under pressure it failed to sprint as expected. Jockey Evans further stated that the trainer may freshen the horse up. Stewards noted his explanation.

ABOVE US – Stewards will follow up with trainer M. Lehmann and rider J. Stanley regarding the horse's performance. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no abnormalities.

SANOSUKE – Raced wide without cover throughout.

EIGHT SKIRTS – Shifted in slightly near the 900m, which resulted in COME BY OFTEN being eased and RE ECHO, which was following, also being eased.

BIG BABA LOOEY – Slow to begin.

NOT SO SOBER – Raced wide throughout.

RE ECHO – Slow to begin.

STEWARDS RACE DAY SUMMARY

Summary of action concerning licensees

Jockey absenteeism
Nil

Adjourned inquiries
Race 6 ABOVE US – performance – trainer and rider to be questioned

Summary of action concerning thoroughbred horses

Horses swabbed
Pre-Race- Race 1 MORE VALUE, Race 3 EVENTIDE, Race 4 ALLGIRL, OZEIN
Post-race- All winners

Summary of rider changes/Late notifications

Race 3 EVENTIDE – A. Butler