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2018 The Daily Telegraph Stan Fox Group 2 September 8 - Rosehill

Tarka wins 2018 The Daily Telegraph Stan Fox Group 2 $200,000 at Rosehill (NSW), 1500m.

2018 The Daily Telegraph Stan Fox Group 2 September 8 - Rosehill

Tarka wins 2018 The Daily Telegraph Stan Fox Group 2 $200,000 at Rosehill (NSW), 1500m.

TARKA winning the Daily Telegraph Stan Fox Stakes during Sydney Racing at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney, Australia.
TARKA winning the Daily Telegraph Stan Fox Stakes during Sydney Racing at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney, Australia. Picture:(Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)

David Payne-trained colt Tarka Horseform advanced quickly in class after two recent Warwick Farm midweek wins to take out this Group 2 race, giving him three wins in succession from five starts. He settled in fifth place on the rails from his inside barrier (1), improved (under riding) rounding the home turn, switched out to challenge nearing the 100m and battled on strongly to score in a close photo finish. He is a promising colt who should appreciate further.

Dealmaker Horseform  was eased at the start and remained in last place in the nine-horse field before improving only the rails on straightening. He got a split and took a narrow lead at the 100m and then fought gamely for a very close second, staging a smart effort.

Talented colt The Autumn Sun Horseform  was ridden quietly and settled seventh place on the rails. He looked for a run between horses on straightening, eventually got clear coming to the 100m and then made late ground for an unlucky third, his first defeat in four starts.

Irukandji Horseform raced in second last place, improved (wide) from the 600m and kept running on well for (2.9 lengths) fourth, staging a nice effort.
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R4 ROSEHILL 8 September 2018
Stan Fox 3 , 1500m
Race Synopsis: David Payne-trained colt Tarka advanced quickly in class after two recent Warwick Farm midweek wins to take out this Group 2 race, giving him three wins in succession from five starts. He settled in fifth place on the rails from his inside barrier (1), improved (under riding) rounding the home turn, switched out to challenge nearing the 100m and battled on strongly to score in a close photo finish. He is a promising colt who should appreciate further. Dealmaker was eased at the start and remained in last place in the nine-horse field before improving only the rails on straightening. He got a split and took a narrow lead at the 100m and then fought gamely for a very close second, staging a smart effort. Talented colt The Autumn Sun was ridden quietly and settled seventh place on the rails. He looked for a run between horses on straightening, eventually got clear coming to the 100m and then made late ground for an unlucky third, his first defeat in four starts. Irukandji raced in second last place, improved (wide) from the 600m and kept running on well for (2.9 lengths) fourth, staging a nice effort.

FP
 
Horse
Age & Sex
Trainer
Jockey
WT
SP
 
1st  
8. TARKA (AUS)
3yo Colt
DAVID PAYNE
JAMES MCDONALD
56.5
$21.00
 
ALL TOO HARD (AUS) - GAYIKA (AUS)
Kia Ora 2009 (Mgr: R W Rose)
2nd  
10. DEALMAKER (AUS)
3yo Colt
CHRIS WALLER
HUGH BOWMAN
56.5
$7.50
 
DUNDEEL (NZ) - SPORT CHIC (AUS)
Star Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd (Mgr: Ms D J Martin), M H Wood, D A Meldrum, R M Lapointe, R B T Aurisch, Mrs H A Aurisch, Dr P G Van Buynder, Felgate Holdings (Mgr: P D Felgate), Paramount Racing (Mgr: Ms K M Wood), Boeara Holdings (Mgr: Ms D A Dunphy), B J Johnston & P A Aquino
3rd  
1. THE AUTUMN SUN (AUS)
3yo Colt
CHRIS WALLER
KERRIN MCEVOY
56.5
$2.38
 
REDOUTE'S CHOICE (AUS) - AZMIYNA (IRE)
 Hermitage (Mgr: O A Koolman)
4th  3. IRUKANDJI (AUS)
3yo Colt
MICHAEL & WAYNE & JOHN HAWKES
LUKE CURRIE
56.5
$12.00
5th  11. MIZZY (AUS)
3yo Filly
A & E CUMMINGS
ANDREW ADKINS
54.5
$21.00
6th  6. DANAWI (AUS)
3yo Colt
T R MARTIN
BRETT PREBBLE
56.5
$6.00
7th  7. TOULOUSE (AUS)
3yo Gelding
DAVID PAYNE
JASON COLLETT
56.5
$21.00
8th  2. DIO D'ORO (AUS)
3yo Colt
GARY PORTELLI
MS RACHEL KING
56.5
$17.00
9th  5. MASTER ASH (AUS)
3yo Colt
G WATERHOUSE & A BOTT
TOMMY BERRY
56.5
$6.50


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