Stewards Report

Brisbane Racing Club@Doomben

Doomben Metropolitan | TAB

Sat 01 Jun Good 4

Rail

+4.5m Entire

Track

Turf
Good 4 Pen 5.1

Nil

1.5mm last 24hrs, 11.5mm last 7 days

Fine

Track conditions update: 1:04AM Sunday 02 June
Last Track Rating Update: Finalised 1/6 - 7:45am

Nominations

Mon 27/05/19 11:00am

Weights

Tue 28/05/19 12:00am

Acceptances

Wed 29/05/19 09:00am

Riders

Wed 29/05/19 12:00pm

Scratchings

Sat 01/06/19 07:30am

Late Nominations

Races: 1, 4, 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 1 JUNE 2019
 
WEATHER – FINE                           TRACK RATING –  GOOD 4/GOOD 3 (After Race 3)
RAIL – 4.5M                                      PENETROMETER – 5.14
 
OFFICIALS
 
Chairman of Stewards – P. Chadwick
Stewards – D. Aurisch, I. Brown, D. Brown, J. Hackett, B. Connell
Clerk of Scales – C. Albrecht
Judge – I. Schultz, M. Mawhinney, G. Tozer
Veterinarian – Dr M. Lenz, Dr L. Kelly, Dr S. Flynn
Swab Attendants – K. Warwick, A. Schofield, R. Gonchee
Starter – P. Cousins, R. Smith
Stewards Secretary – W. Ostrofski
 
SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT
 
From SCTC 1.6.19 – Race 7: Trainer A. Williamson reported following the event that RED BALTER had pulled up sore over the chest. Mr Williamson was advised that the gelding will require a veterinary clearance prior to racing again.
 
Race 1: MITAVITE THE PHOENIX – 1630M
 
CREATOR – Raced three wide without cover throughout. Laid inwards over the final 100m and in so doing brushed FASANO over the concluding stages.
 
SOUTHERN SWING – Jumped awkwardly and lost ground. Raced three wide in the early stages before being ridden forward to the lead near the 900m.
 
AUTOCRATIC – Overraced in the early and middle stages. Held up in the early part of the straight. When questioned regarding his riding over the concluding stages, jockey J. McDonald stated that he was concerned with the gelding as it had made an abnormal respiratory noise, however he felt he had ridden his mount out to the end of the race. Jockey McDonald was reminded of his obligations to ensure he rides his mounts out to the end of the race. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
 
ACCESSORY – Slow to begin and as a result settled at the rear of the field which is in contrast to its usual racing pattern.
 
BROCKY – Had to be eased near the 1300m when tightened for room between FASANO, which shifted in, and AUTOCRATIC, which shifted out slightly when overracing.
 
FASANO – Overraced in the middle stages. Bumped on a number of occasions over the concluding stages when CREATOR shifted in under pressure.
 
WISHFILLY – Overraced in the early stages.
 
VALADYIUM – The veterinary surgeon reported the presence of blood in the horse’s mouth post-race.
 
Race 2: AUTHENTIC SECURITY OXLADE STAKES – 1200M
 
READY TO ROAM – Restrained at the start to the rear of the field to gain a position closer to the rail.
 
GUNTANTES – Held up in the early part of the home straight. Inclined to lay in when placed under pressure in the home straight.
 
DIAMOND THUNDER – Held up rounding the home turn and in the early part of the home straight.
 
POCKET PISTOL – Had to be eased near the 300m to avoid the heels of CALIFORNIA ZIMBOL, which shifted in abruptly.
 
NIEDORP – Raced three wide in the early stages before being ridden forward to race outside the leader at the 700m.
 
LONGBOTTOM – Near the 1000m bumped by PERUDO, which shifted in.
 
EPAUMADA – Held up for clear running in the home straight until near the 150m where it altered course to the outside of PERUDO in order to improve.
 
CALIFORNIA ZIMBOL – Overraced in the early stages. Improved up on to the heels of POCKET PISTOL and when that runner shifted out, CALIFORNIA ZIMBOL was taken wider on the track. Hung in badly when placed under pressure in the early part of the home straight.
 
CLEVER MISS – L. Tarrant was fined $300 for returning to scale in excess of half a kilogram over the horse’s allocated weight.
 
Race 3: TAB CLASS 6 PLATE – 1200M
 
OF THE DAY – Jumped awkwardly and lost ground. Held up in the early part of the home straight.
 
GAULOIS – Held up in the home straight until after passing the 200m when it altered course to the outside of TRAUMATISED in order to improve. Stewards sought an explanation from rider T. Clark regarding the tactics he adopted approaching and rounding the home turn and whether he had the opportunity to shift to the outside of DEFENCE MISSILE instead of improving towards the inside and ultimately being held up for clear running. Jockey Clark explained that had he improved to the outside of DEFENCE MISSILE rounding the home turn he was of the view that he would have had to cover additional ground which would not have been in the best interests of the horse. He further stated that when PAPER TRADE shifted out upon straightening he was able to improve to the inside of that runner and soon afterwards bumped with OF THE DAY on a couple of occasions before being held up and getting clear from the 250m. Stewards noted his explanation.
 
TRAUMATISED – Bumped at the start. Overraced in the early stages and approaching the 800m improved up on to the heels of PAPER TRADE and shifted out four wide around DEFENCE MISSILE and for the remainder of the event raced three wide without cover.
 
DEFENCE MISSILE – Shifted in at the start and bumped TRAUMATISED. Raced three wide without cover.
 
Race 4: SKY RACING MORETON CUP – 1200M
 
Apprentice M. Murphy pleaded guilty to a charge under AR185 in that after weighing out he changed the girth and was fined the sum of $500. As a result of apprentice M. Murphy then being unable to make the weight upon reweighing, he was replaced by apprentice J. Murphy as the rider of ECHO EFFECT.
 
Apprentice M. Murphy also pleaded guilty to a further charge under AR228(b) in that after being stood down and replaced on ECHO EFFECT he misconducted himself in the vicinity of the scales area and the jockeys’ room and was fined the sum of $1000.
 
Apprentice M. Murphy was advised of his rights to an Internal Review.
 
BRAVE SONG – Restrained from the outside gate in the early stages to the rear of the field to gain a position closer to the rail. Hung out rounding the home turn.
 
Following the running of this event the track was upgraded to GOOD 3.
 
Race 5: IPG MARKETING SOLUTIONS LIGHTNING H'CAP – 1050M
 
AMANAAT – Bumped at the start, tightened for room and lost ground. Held up for clear running in the early part of the home straight.
 
BADAJOZ – Held up in the home straight until near the 150m.
 
FROM WITHIN – Had to be resaddled behind the barriers. Jumped outwards at the start and bumped AMANAAT. Raced three wide without cover.
 
TYCOON ACE – Raced three wide throughout.
 
EVERYDAY LADY – Slow to begin.
 
IN GOOD TIME – Held up in the home straight and near the 100m was disappointed for a run between DARKTOWN STRUTTER, which shifted ground slightly, and SEI STELLA. T. Harrison, the rider of DARKTOWN STRUTTER, was urged to show greater care when her mounts shift ground.
 
GOLDFINCH – Had to be eased from the heels of DARKTOWN STRUTTER near the 900m and soon afterwards had to be eased to avoid the heels of LUCY ROSE, which shifted in when not fully clear. Near the 150m became momentarily awkward on the heels of FROM WITHIN which weakened.
 
Race 6: INNOVATIVE HIRE SPEAR CHIEF H'CAP – 1350M
 
NICCANOVA – Trainer S. Tregea advised that the horse would be ridden further forward, however, from the wide barrier, rather than be caught wide, it was taken back in the field.
 
REDOUBLE – When questioned, rider B. Shinn advised that he had received no specific instructions from the trainer, however, it was his intention to race in a midfield position. He added that after jumping well from a wide barrier he elected to take advantage of this and progress forward to obtain a position closer to the fence.
 
MR MARBELLOUZ – Shifted out under pressure over the final 100m.
 
EVER LOYAL – Slow to begin.
 
HONEY TOAST – Raced wide throughout.
 
MALVERN ESTATE – Overraced in the early stages.
 
SHOGUN SUN – Overraced in the early stages.
 
SILVERA – Shifted soon after the start.
 
ASTORIA – Held up for clear running rounding the home turn.
 
HECTOPASCAL – Became awkward at the heels of SILVERA soon after the start and had to be checked.
 
Race 7: MITTYS HELEN COUGHLAN STAKES – 1200M
 
PEDRENA – Had to be eased near the 800m when momentarily tightened for room by MISHANI ELECTRA, which shifted in when not quite clear.
 
PROPHET’S THUMB – Overraced in the early stages and near the 700m had to be restrained from the heels of SMARTYPY.
 
WARRANTY – Restrained at the start to the rear of the field to gain a position closer to the rail.
 
ALL THAT IS – Raced three wide with cover.
 
MADAM ROUGE – Raced three wide without cover.
 
SNOW VALLEY – Restrained to the rear of the field in the early stages.
 
Race 8: TREASURY BRISBANE QUEENSLAND OAKS – 2200M
 
PRINCESS JENNI – Overraced in the early stages. Hung out rounding the home turn. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
 
ALIFEROUS – Buffeted at the start between WINNING WAYS and IN GOOD HEALTH. Raced three wide with cover. Tightened for room approaching the home turn between DAWSON DIVA, which was taken out slightly by DUNLANI, and ON THE WHITE TURF. Held up rounding the home turn and in the early part of the home straight. J. Childs, the rider of DUNLANI, will be advised to exercise more care in similar circumstances.
 
ETANA – Raced three wide without cover. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the filly to be short-striding in both forelegs.
 
WINNING WAYS – The veterinary surgeon reported that the filly bled from both nostrils post-race. The filly will be ineligible to start for 3 months and prior to resuming racing must perform satisfactorily over 1000m in the presence of a steward.
 
PINMEDOWN – Held up rounding the home turn.
 
WELSH LEGEND – Raced wide in the early stages before being allowed to stride forward to cross to race outside the leader near the 1000m.
 
IN GOOD HEALTH – Raced three wide with cover.
 
DUNLANI – Trainer M. Cumani advised that the horse would be ridden in a forward position if circumstances permit. The horse was ridden accordingly.
 
SAVIGNE – Raced three wide in the early stages before being ridden forward to the lead near the 1200m.
 
LADY CUVEE – Held up rounding the home turn and in the early part of the home straight.
 
DUCHESS OF LENNOX – Raced four wide without cover throughout. Hung out rounding the home turn.
 
ON THE WHITE TURF – Co-trainer R. Freedman advised that instructions will be to ride the filly more conservatively today. The horse raced wide in a midfield position. Bumped heavily near the 300m and became unbalanced. B. Avdulla, the rider of ALIFEROUS, was found guilty of a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that near the 300m he permitted his mount to shift in and in so doing caused interference to ON THE WHITE TURF. Jockey Avdulla’s licence to ride in races was suspended for 15 days, to commence midnight on Monday 10 June and expire midnight Tuesday 25 June 2019.
 
Race 9: BUNDABERG RUM P.J. O’SHEA STAKES – 2200M
 
LIFE LESS ORDINARY – Slow to begin.
 
SIXTIES GROOVE – Hung outwards making the turn into the straight.
 
SAMPSON – Had to be checked approaching the 1600m. L. Cassidy, the rider of MRS MADRID, was found guilty of a charge of careless riding under AR131(a) in that approaching the 1600m he permitted his mount to shift in when insufficiently clear, resulting in SAMPSON having to be checked. Jockey Cassidy’s licence to ride in races was suspended for 9 days, to commence midnight on Sunday 9 June and expire midnight Tuesday 18 June 2019. In determining penalty, stewards took into account that the degree of carelessness and the interference were in the low range.
 
SHILLELAGH – Slow to begin. Shifted out slightly near the 900m and soon after was bumped by BIG DUKE. A short distance later, clipped the heels of SIXTIES GROOVE and blundered. Approaching the 600m was momentarily steadied off the heels of SIXTIES GROOVE.
 
STARS OF CARRUM – Pulled hard in the early stages and passing the winning post on the first occasion brushed the rail.
 
RE EDIT – Raced three wide in the early stages before being ridden forward to assume the lead near the 1000m.
 
STEWARDS RACE DAY SUMMARY
 
Summary of action concerning licensees
 
Fines
Race 2. L. Tarrant - $300 – return to scale in excess of half kilogram over allocated weight – AR211
Race 4. App. M. Murphy - $500 – changed girth after weighing out – AR185
Race 4. App. M. Murphy - $1000 – misconduct – AR228(b)

Suspensions
Race 8. B. Avdulla – careless riding - 15 days (m/n 10.6.19 – m/n 25.6.19) – AR131(a)
Race 9. L. Cassidy – careless riding - 9 days (m/n 9.6.19 – m/n 18.6.19) – AR131(a)
 
Summary of action concerning thoroughbred horses
 
Horses swabbed pre-race
Princess Jenni, In Good Health, Etana, Sampson, Stars of Carrum, Shillelagh, Fasano, Brocky, Diamond Thunder, Jami Lady, Desert Digby, Handsome Thief, Pretty In Pink, Everyday Lady, In Good Time, Natch, Honey Toast
 
Horses swabbed post-race
All winners, 2nd placegetters, Naantali, All That Is and Moonlover.
 
Bars/Warnings
From SCTC 31.5.19 – Race 7 – RED BALTER – sore over chest – veterinary clearance – AR20(e)
 
Bleeders
Race 8. WINNING WAYS – bled both nostrils, 1st time – 3 month bar and 1000m gallop – AR79(4)(b)
 
Summary of rider changes/Late notifications
Race 3.           TAILLEVENT – S. Cormack
                        PAPER TRADE – N. Beriman
Race 4.           ECHO EFFECT – J. Murphy
Race 7.           ALL THAT IS – R. Stewart
Race 8.           DUCHESS OF LENNOX – C. Brown
 
Late scratchings
Nil
 
Published subject to correction upon revision