Stewards Report

Toowoomba Turf Club

Toowoomba Provincial | TAB

Sun 10 May Good 4

Rail

True Entire Course

Track

Turf
Good 4 Pen 4.9

Nil

4mm last 24hrs, 18mm last 7 days

Fine

Track conditions update: 1:02AM Monday 11 May
Last Track Rating Update: Finalised 10/5 - 7:45am. Late rider change R7 N12

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 12:00pm

Scratchings

Sun 10/05/20 07:30am

Late Nominations

Races: 1, 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
 
TOOWOOMBA TURF CLUB – SUNDAY 10 MAY 2020
 
WEATHER – FINE
TRACK RATING – GOOD 4                     
RAIL – TRUE          
PENETROMETER – 4.89
 
OFFICIALS
 
Chairman of Stewards – N. Boyle
Stewards – K. Daly, P. McLean, B. Connell, P. Reardon
Clerk of Scales – C. Fedrick
Judge – S. Fahey, M. Fahey
Veterinarian – Dr. G. Silvestri
Swab Attendants – R. Burchmann, A. Schofield
Starter – D. Hodgson, T. Woodham
Stewards Secretary – M. Weir
 
GENERAL
 
As C. Frater was not attending the meeting today due to illness, a riding replacement was made in Race 7 as per the Stewards Race Day Summary. Jockey Frater was advised that she will require a medical clearance prior to riding again.
 
Race 1: KENNARDS HIRE QTIS 3YO MAIDEN PLATE – 870M
 
CROSBY ROAD – After being advised by trainer S. Dwyer that the gelding had some swelling on its off side rump, it underwent a pre-race veterinary examination and was cleared to start. After racing in a forward position, CROSBY ROAD failed to respond when asked for an effort passing the 400m, and proved disappointing over the concluding stages. A post-race veterinary examination of the gelding revealed no apparent abnormalities other than that the horse was exhibiting a poor post-race recovery.
 
PERSIAN KING – Raced 3 wide with cover throughout.
 
DANINA – Bumped on jumping. Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.
 
GHABBIE – Trainer N. Hocking advised that it would be the intention for Apprentice M. Kennedy to limit the use of her whip on the filly.
 
JOJO GO – Raced 4 wide without cover throughout.
 
SERRATALLI – Failed to muster speed in the early stages. Held up for clear running rounding the home turn. Secured a run to the inside of GHABBIE passing the 150m. When questioned by Stewards regarding the performance, jockey M. Cahill advised that after SERRATALLI was unable to muster early speed, he had some difficulty securing clear running rounding the home turn and in the early stages of the home straight, however once the filly was afforded clear running, it ran on well. He added that, in his opinion, the filly would improve with the experience, and would be better suited over further distances than that of today’s race.
 
SHE’S WHITTIE – Began awkwardly and shifted in.
 
URALBA – Raced greenly in the home straight.
 
Race 2: TAB QTIS 2YO MAIDEN H’CAP – 1000M
 
The start of this race was delayed when RYANO, which made contact with the fence in the enclosure, was examined by the veterinary surgeon upon arriving at the barriers, and cleared to start.
 
The start of this race was further delayed when AMERICAN REUNION became fractious behind the barriers and dislodged jockey S. Bogenhuber. Jockey Bogenhuber was examined by Queensland Ambulance Officers and cleared to fulfil her engagement.
 
ANYWAY YOU WANT IT – Eased when crowded passing the 800m, and became awkwardly placed at the heels of DRAGON MISS which shifted in. Jockey R. Palmer, the rider of DRAGON MISS, was advised to exercise more care in similar circumstances in the future. Raced 4 wide without cover in the early stages before obtaining a 3 wide position with cover passing the 700m. Jockey B. Stewart was reminded of his obligations regarding his use of the whip prior to the 100m.
 
FINGERTIPS – Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.
 
PATTI WAGGIN – Held up from the 400m until approaching the 250m.
 
ROMANCE FACTOR – Slow to begin. Raced greenly passing the 400m. Hung out rounding the home turn. Apprentice A. Patis accidentally dropped her whip approaching the 200m.
 
TREASURE OF GOLD – Slow to begin. Laid out after passing the 400m.
 
COUNT THE COIN – Began awkwardly and shifted out.
 
HAZ DE BEE – Jockey M. McGillivray was reminded of his obligations regarding his use of the whip prior to the 100m.
 
RYANO – Slow to begin. Crowded for room between EYE ROLLER and MAYA BAY shortly after the start, and lost ground.
 
Following the running of this race, jockey S. Bogenhuber was re-examined by Queensland Ambulance Officers and stood down from her remaining engagements. Jockey Bogenhuber was advised that she will require a medical clearance prior to riding again. Riding replacements were made in Races 3, 4, 5 and 9 as per the Stewards Race Day Summary.
 
Race 3: VALE DARBY MCCARTHY MAIDEN PLATE – 1100M
 
KNUCKLEBOX – Hampered on jumping. Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.
 
MARK OF EIGHT – Slow to begin.
 
MISHANI LEGEND – Hampered by SNAP THE LUCK which shifted out passing the 350m.
 
SET BEAT – Hampered on jumping and lost ground. Improved onto the heels of GATHERS passing the 400m and shifted out to secure clear running.
 
WOTS WONG – Raced 3 wide with cover throughout.
 
BUATSI – Began awkwardly and shifted out and, in doing so, crowded SET BEAT.
 
TO LOVE SOMEBODY – Began awkwardly. Jockey B. Stewart was reprimanded for using the whip more than the permitted amount prior to the 100m.
 
SNAP THE LUCK – Improved onto the heels of WOTS WONG and shifted out passing the 350m and, in doing so, hampered MISHANI LEGEND. Raced in restricted room approaching the 200m between WOTS WONG and MISHANI LEGEND which both shifted slightly.
 
EDRADOUR – Bumped on jumping. Raced 4 wide without cover throughout. After travelling well for the majority, the gelding commenced to weaken when placed under pressure near the 400m and finished a distant last. Jockey N. Tomizawa reported that the gelding was making an abnormal respiratory noise on pulling up. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no apparent abnormalities. Trainer D. Groves advised that in light of the performance today it is now his intention for the gelding to be retired. Nevertheless, Mr. Groves was advised that should the gelding return to racing, the results of an endoscopic examination must be provided to Stewards prior to it competing in an official trial to the satisfaction of Stewards.
 
MISS MARGS – Stewards accepted the explanation provided by trainer M. Boland regarding the late scratching of the filly at 7.43am.
 
MORE THAN CHARGED – Stewards accepted the explanation provided by trainer N. Hocking regarding the late scratching of the filly at 7.45am.
 
MISHANI PATRIOT – Crowded for room by BUATSI which laid in approaching the 900m. Apprentice S. Tomlinson accidentally dropped his whip approaching the 100m.
 
Race 4: NEIL MANSELL TRANSPORT MAIDEN H’CAP – 1300M
 
HARRYUP – Jockey B. Ainsworth was reminded of her obligations regarding her use of the whip prior to the 100m.
 
CHINESE DYNASTY – As the gelding has not raced for over 12 months, it underwent a pre-race veterinary examination and as cleared to start. Slow to begin, and then shifted out abruptly and lost ground. Commenced to weaken after passing the 400m and finished a distant last. Apprentice A. Thompson advised that, in his opinion, the gelding may have resented the tongue tie. Apprentice A. Thompson pleaded guilty to a charge under AR. 132(6)(c) in that he used his whip on CHINESE DYNASTY when it was out of contention. Apprentice Thompson was fined $200.
 
EMPIRE DAY – Jockey M. McGillivray reported that the gelding may have got its tongue over the bit during the race. Trainer H. Richardson advised that he may add a tongue tie to the horse’s gear for its next start.
 
RANGAS RULE – Became awkwardly placed at the heels of LOVE IS ALL AROUND approaching the 500m when attempting a narrow run to the outside of that runner’s heels, and was then bumped by EMPIRE DAY which had improved to its outside.
 
BAD INK – Stood flat-footed and missed the start by several lengths. Improved onto the heels of TEST THEROCK approaching the 700m and had to be restrained. Trainer J. Anderson was advised that the gelding will require two further barrier certificates, including one in an official trial, prior to racing again.
 
MOSSFAIR – Commenced to lay out passing the 700m and caused its rider some difficulty. Jockey M. Cahill pleaded guilty to a charge under AR. 221 in that he returned to scale in excess of half a kilogram over the weight that MOSSFAIR was required to carry. Jockey Cahill was fined $300.
 
Race 5: LIVING TURF RATINGS BAND 0-55 H’CAP – 1625M
 
COACH – Bumped heavily on the hindquarters by PEXBURY AVENUE shortly after the start,  and became unbalanced. Held up rounding the home turn.
 
GRATSIE – Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.
 
MY BOY MISCHKE – Slow to begin.
 
HEEBEE RIGHT MATE – After being caught wide in the early stages, the gelding was allowed to stride forward to obtain the position outside the leader passing the 1100m.
 
Race 6: ENTERPRISE LEGAL RATINGS BAND 0-55 H’CAP – 1625M
 
OPEN ROAD – Steadied away from the heels of MAJOR LUCK passing the 1400m and, in doing so, tightened MAQUEREAU in onto VERMUTIN. Held up rounding the home turn.
 
MAQUEREAU – Hampered on jumping and lost ground. Restrained when awkwardly placed at the heels of OPEN ROAD which shifted in when insufficiently clear approaching the 1400m. Jockey B. Stewart, the rider of OPEN ROAD, was reprimanded under AR. 131(a) as a result of this incident.
 
VERMUTIN – Steadied when awkwardly placed at the heels of MAQUEREAU which was taken in by OPEN ROAD approaching the 1400m.
 
ANGELA’S BEAUTY – Began awkwardly and shifted out.
 
RED MONKEY – Held up rounding the home turn.
 
FUSI FOX – Raced keenly in the early and middle stages. Commenced to weaken passing the 400m and finished a distant last. Trainer J. Perry advised that in light of today’s performance it is now his intention to retire the gelding from racing.
 
MAJOR LUCK – Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.
 
Race 7: JOE WAGNER GROUP BENCHMARK 60 H’CAP – 2150M
ALADINA – Held up from the 450m until approaching the 200m. Resented being restrained to a rearward position passing the 1800m and threw its head in the air.
 
SPIRIT OF EDYN – Slow to begin. Raced wide rounding the home turn.
 
BRUMBY JACK – Raced 3 wide with cover throughout.
 
MOSS GO NOW – Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.
 
TACTICAL MANUEVER – Raced wide rounding the home turn. Jockey A. Sewell was fined $100 for using the whip more than the permitted amount prior to the 100m.
 
MOGUL – After being crossed by REAL ESTATE approaching the 1800m, the gelding was restrained from that runner’s heels when the pace steadied. Held up from the 500m until passing the 300m.
 
Race 8: VANDERFIELD JOHN DEERE QTIS 3YO H’CAP – 1850M
 
MISS CAVALLO – After being caught wide shortly after the start, the filly was restrained in an attempt to find a position with cover closer to the rail. Held from the 400m until approaching the 150m.
 
ABOVE THE SKY – Became fractious in the barriers prior to the start being effected. Bumped by AUNTY SNOW which shifted out to improve approaching the 250m.
 
MISS SILKY – Slow to begin. Held up rounding the home turn. Disappointed for a run to the inside of LUVYOUANYTIME approaching the 200m before altering course to the outside to secure clear running. When asked to comment about the tactics adopted, jockey M. Cahill advised that his instructions were to settle in a midfield position if possible, but after being slow away MISS SILKY settled further back in the field than anticipated.
 
TAKE A SHINE – Overraced in the early and middle stages.
 
AUNTY SNOW – Held up rounding the home turn.
 
FIORENTE STAR – Reared slightly as the start was effected and lost ground.
 
LUVYOUANYTIME – When questioned by Stewards regarding the tactics adopted and the gelding’s seemingly improved performance, trainer D. Groves advised that he did not provide the jockey with any specific instructions today, but due to the step up in distance and the addition of blinkers, he had hoped that the gelding would settle in a forward position. He added that he was surprised by the speed shown in the early stages, and was also slightly surprised by the gelding’s performance today. Stewards noted Mr. Groves’ comments, however they reminded him of his obligation to advise Stewards should it be his intention for the horse to be ridden in a manner which is different to its previous starts. A post-race swab sample was taken from the gelding.
 
MISHANI HEART – Made the home turn wide.
 
Race 9: PRYDE’S EASIFEED OPEN H’CAP – 1000M
 
TISANI TOMSO – Began awkwardly. Shifted out abruptly to secure clear running approaching the 250m. Apprentice J. Morrow pleaded guilty to a charge under AR. 211 in that he returned to scale in excess of half a kilogram over the weight that TISANI TOMSO was required to carry. Apprentice Morrow was fined $500. In determining penalty, Stewards took into consideration apprentice Morrow’s poor recent record in relation to this rule, and also his 1.2kg weight variance between weighing out and weighing in.
 
RHYME NOR RHYTHM – Trainer L. Hatch advised that it would be the intention for the gelding to be ridden further forward today if circumstances permit. The gelding subsequently settled in a midfield position. Raced keenly passing the 800m and was restrained from the heels of JADENTOM.
 
BOOMWAA – Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.
 
JADENTOM – Trainer L. Hatch advised that it would be the intention for the mare to settle in a midfield position today if circumstances permit. The mare subsequently raced in a handy position off the speed.
 
LOVESON – Slow to begin.
 
Race 10: TOOWOOMBA TRUCK SPARES BENCHMARK 65 H’CAP – 1100M
 
LAST ARMAGEDDON – Slow to begin. Hampered shortly after the start. Held up from the 400m until approaching the 100m. Apprentice M. Kennedy was reminded of her obligation to ride her mount out to the end of the race.
 
BAREFOOT TYCOON – Raced in restricted room between the 700m and the 500m and was buffeted on several occasions.
 
BESTIE – Raced 3 wide without cover throughout.
 
DEADLY ONE – Raced 4 wide with cover throughout.
 
THE HAND – Raced 3 wide with cover throughout.
 
OKANAGAN MISS – Raced 4 wide without cover throughout.
 
COMMANDER SARA – Raced 3 wide with cover throughout.
 
CAPITAL CITY – Bounded in the air as the start was effected and lost ground.
 
ZOU DER ZEE – Raced keenly passing the 700m.
 
Race 11: AUDI CENTRE TOOWOOMBA BENCHMARK 65 H’CAP – 1625M
 
SHUDA KNOWN BETTER – After beginning from a wide barrier, the mare was unable to obtain cover and was ridden forward in the early stages, but after passing the 1400m commenced to overrace and was then allowed to stride forward to obtain the position outside the leader passing the 1100m.
 
NIATROSS – Began awkwardly and lost ground. Raced wide rounding the home turn.
 
HELLAVA BABE – Momentarily held up after straightening before shifting out to secure clear running passing the 200m.
 
MISHANI ISTANA – Raced wide rounding the home turn.
 
INCHING CLOSER – Apprentice A. Thompson was fined $100 for using his whip more than the permitted amount prior to the 100m.
 
TRICKY MIX – Apprentice B. Nothdurft reported that it was his intention to race in a handy position but after finding the lead without pressure the mare raced keenly when pressure was applied by SHUDA KNOWN BETTER and INCHING CLOSER and, as a result, TRICKY MIX refused to settle. Apprentice Nothdurft added that, in his opinion, this may have had a bearing on the mare’s finishing effort over the final stages.
 
MILL CITY – Held up from the 400m until approaching the 250m. Disappointed for a run between TRICKY MIX and SHUDA KNOWN BETTER and went to the line without being fully tested.
 
MR MISUNDERSTOOD – Raced wide rounding the home turn.
 
STEWARDS RACE DAY SUMMARY
 
Summary of action concerning licensees
 
Reprimands
Race 3.  B. Stewart – used whip 7 times prior to the 100m – AR. 132(7)(a)(ii)
Race 6.  B. Stewart – careless riding – AR. 131(a)
 
Fines
Race 4.  App. A. Thompson – $200 – use of whip on a horse out of contention – AR. 132(6)(c)
Race 4.  M. Cahill – $300 – return to scale in excess of half a kilogram over allocated weight – AR. 211
Race 7.  A. Sewell – $100 – used whip 9 times prior to the 100m – AR. 132(7)(a)(ii)
Race 9.  App. J. Morrow – $500 – return to scale in excess of half a kilogram over allocated weight – AR. 211
Race 11.  App. A. Thompson – $100 – used whip 8 times prior to the 100m – AR. 132(7)(a)(ii)

Race day injuries/illness
S. Bogenhuber – injured – stood down following Race 2 – medical clearance req’d.
 
Absent jockeys
C. Frater – ill – medical clearance req’d.
 
Summary of action concerning thoroughbred horses
 
Horses swabbed post-race
All winners, Luvyouanytime
 
Warnings/bars
Race 4.  BAD INK – stood flat-foot at the start and lost ground – 2 x barriers certificates (inc. 1 in an official trial) – AR. 20(e)
 
Falls
Race 2.  S. Bogenhuber – dislodged from AMERICAN REUNION behind the barriers.
 
Summary of rider changes/Late notifications
Race 1.           SHE’S WHITTIE - Adam Sewell
Race 2.           EYE ROLLER - Nozi Tomizawa
Race 3.           EDRADOUR - Nozi Tomizawa
                        MISHANI PATRIOT - App. Sheriden Tomlinson
Race 4.           EMPIRE DAY - Matthew McGillivray
                        RANGAS RULE - Andrew Mallyon
Race 5.           ELECTRIC ELLYSE - Michael Cahill
                        AUDIO BAY - Emma Ljung
Race 7.           MOGUL - Anthony Allen
Race 8.           MISS CAVALLO - App. Alex Patis
Race 9.           CAMBOOYA ROCK - Nozi Tomizawa
Race 10.        BESTIE - Michael Cahill
                        COMMANDER SARA - Brad Stewart
                        HONEY BABY - Matthew McGillivray
 
Late scratchings
Race 3.          MISS MARGS – 7.43am
MORE THAN CHARGED – 7.45am
 
Published subject to correction upon revision