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Stewards permitted the mare to race without a tongue tie as a result of the mare becoming fractious when attempts were made to affix the gear.
Stewards accepted the reasons for the late arrival of OCONEE (NZ) on course. Slow to begin. Momentarily inconvenienced passing the 800m after becoming awkwardly placed on the heels of the weakening SPOOKE. Approaching the 400m had to be steadied to avoid the heels of RUNARD REDNUT, which shifted in when insufficiently clear.
Jumped away awkwardly and was slow to begin.
Passing the 400m was momentarily inconvenienced when racing in restricted room to the inside of OCONEE (NZ), which was carried in by RUNARD REDNUT, which shifted in when insufficiently clear. Apprentice M. Sava, rider of RUNARD REDNUT, was reprimanded pursuant to AR131(a) for this incident.
Slow to begin.
Raced wide throughout the early stages until being allowed to improve and take up a leading position passing the 1200m.
Overraced throughout the event and commenced to weaken passing the 800m. Rider reported that in his opinion the gelding may have resented the tongue tie. A post-race veterinary examination failed to reveal any abnormalities. Co-trainer G. Lane was advised that SPOOKE would be required to trial to the satisfaction of stewards prior to accepting for a future race start.