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Raced three wide throughout. Held up in the early part of the home straight and near the 300m had to be checked after improving up on to the heels of BOLD CHANCE. When asked to comment, jockey L. Cassidy stated that he had improved rounding the turn into the home straight and he had hoped to come to the outside of BOLD CHANCE, however, when BOLD CHANCE weakened quickly and he was unable to obtain a run to its outside, he had to check his mount, resulting in it losing ground.
Held up in the early part of the home straight.
Slow to begin.
Held up in the early part of the home straight and then near the 300m became awkward when racing in restricted room between NOBLE BOY, which was attempting to come to the outside of HINGUS ROSE, and EF TROOP. J. McDonald, the rider of NOBLE BOY, was reprimanded.
Reared at the start and lost some ground.
Overraced in the early stages.
Raced three wide throughout.
When questioned, jockey J. Lloyd stated that he had to work hard after being caught wide in the early stages and when placed under pressure in the straight the gelding failed to respond. Trainer T. Gollan advised stewards that it was now his intention to space the gelding’s runs as he believed the horse may be better suited racing fresh. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no significant findings.
Raced three wide without cover.