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Post Race Horse Reports

Post race stewards reports from recent race meetings in NSW and Victoria.

Post Race Horse Reports

Post race stewards reports from recent race meetings in NSW and Victoria.

RANDWICK August 5

RACE 4: Stop the Fight – on jumping, was buffeted and dipped when crowded for room between Magic Arli and Zarina’s, which shifted in.


RACE 5: Life O’Brien – co-trainer Edward Cummings advised that whilst the stable was satisfied with the post race condition of Life O’Brien, the stable believes the horse's preparation has come to an end and Life O’Brien will now be spelled.

RACE 6: So Willie – which was closing the race off well, was held up over the final 25m and consequently was not tested.

WARWICK FARM – August 2

RACE 7: Abohar – Richard Laming, trainer of Abohar, which performed disappointingly in the above race advised that he was satisfied with the mare’s post-race condition. He said that the mare had experienced significant travelling over the last six starts and may have reached the end of its preparation. He indicated that an assessment of Abohar will be made once it returns to his Melbourne stables and a decision whether to continue with her preparation will be determined.

Tivoli Street – stable representative Charles Duckworth advised that they were satisfied with the post-race condition of the gelding. He added that Tivoli Street had performed well this preparation, whereby it was successful in obtaining its maiden win from six starts and in the circumstances the gelding had earned an immediate spell.

SANDOWN July 26

RACE 3: Purrpussful - trainer Pat Carey advised that the mare got too far back, pulled up satisfactorily and will continue on with its preparation.

RACE 8: Can’t Refuse - trainer Kelvin Bourke advised that the gelding didn’t appreciate the track conditions, pulled up satisfactorily and will continue on with its preparation on either synthetic surface or firmer ground.

ECHUCA July 27

RACE 7: Palma Merenti - trainer Andrew Noblet advised that the gelding pulled up satisfactorily, will be given a slight freshen up before continuing on and dropping back in distance next start.

RACE 8: Lotza Focus - trainer Paul Preusker advised that the gelding pulled up satisfactorily and will continue on with its preparation.

Race 9: Another Bender - when questioned regarding the tactics adopted and the performance of the mare, trainer Dwayne Reid stated he had given apprentice Jordan Grob no firm instructions as he had ridden it in its last three starts, including its last start win at Geelong. He stated that it was ridden in a similar manner when it won at Geelong, however on that occasion the race was run much quicker in the early stages. He added that because of this he was satisfied with the performance. Further, as the mare had drifted considerably in the market, when questioned Dwayne Reid advised that the mare had worked well in the lead up to the event and he had expected a forward showing and he added that the mare had pulled up well following the performance. His comments were noted.

GEELONG July 28

RACE 4: Antarctic Fire - trainer Kath Durden advised that the mare pulled up with no issues but would now be retired.

RACE 5: Avery - the Ellerton/Zahra stable advised that the mare pulled up satisfactorily.

RACE 6: Overstay - the Ellerton/Zahra stable advised that the mare pulled up satisfactorily and will continue on with its preparation.

CAULFIELD July 29

RACE 4: Danuki - the Clinton McDonald stable advised they believe the gelding didn’t appreciate the windy conditions and will continue on with its preparation.

PAKENHAM July 30

RACE 2: Panda Wantzoff - the Ciaron Maher stable advised that the filly pulled up satisfactorily but would now be sent for a spell.

Galaxy Pirate - the Greg Eurell stable advised that the gelding pulled up satisfactorily, is a bit immature and would now be sent for a spell.

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