Monday, 2 July 2012
: Post race reports from recent meetings.
ROSEHILL June 30
RACE 1: Stable representative B Banfield reported that National Treasure had pulled up well subsequent to the event and it is the stable's intention to continue on with the colt's program
RACE 3: Co-trainer Lee Freedman reported that Radharcnafarraige had pulled up well following the race and the intention is to run the mare at next Saturday's Warwick Farm meeting.
RACE 4: Stable representative Liam Prior reported that although Cumin had pulled up well following this event the gelding will now be spelled.
RACE 8: Trainer John O'Shea reported that Glintz had pulled up well following the race and the intention is to continue on with the gelding's program.
ROSEHILL BARRIER TRIALS July 3
Heat 3: Happy Jones, which bled from both nostrils during the running of this heat, will now incur the mandatory three months bar from racing.
CANTERBURY – June 27
Race 1: Trainer Peter Snowden reported that Lyric had pulled up well and reiterated that the rain affected track was the principal reason for Lyric's disappointing performance.
Trainer Rod Craig reported that Jingle All The Way had been treated by the chiropractor on the day following its fall in this race and will undergo a specialist lameness examination in the next week, as directed by the stewards. Craig indicated that Jingle All The Way will then be spelled, after which the gelding will trial.
HAWKESBURY – May 17
Race 4: Trainer David Payne was interviewed following receipt of the autopsy report for Crazy Kiwi, after the gelding broke down and had to be euthanased on humane grounds.
Evidence was tendered by Payne's veterinary surgeon that Crazy Kiwi was treated in the week leading up to the race, however, a veterinary examination did not reveal any lameness issues.
On the evidence provided by the autopsy report and by Racing NSW Official Senior Veterinarian Craig Suann, it was established that Crazy Kiwi suffered a severe fracture of the left knee, resulting in the gelding being euthanased.
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