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When asked to comment on the performance, trainer L Gough stated at its most recent start GOODONYA SONJA may have jarred up on the firmer racing surface adding that today the horse was back in a mares class event and was able to settle closer in the run which suited its racing pattern. Stewards noted the explanation of L Gough. A post-race blood and urine sample was taken from GOODONYA SONJA.
Slow to begin. Rider B Thompson reported at scale he was disappointed with the finishing effort mare in the home straight. Inclined to lay in over the concluding stages.