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Timeform Recap - Ipswich June 17

Timeform recap of Ipswich Saturday June 17

Timeform Recap - Ipswich June 17

Ipswich played host to feature racing on Saturday with three listed races on the program.

Self Sense
Self Sense Picture:Racing and Sports

Self Sense Horseform was able to bounce back from a modest Brisbane Cup showing with a dominant victory in the Channel Seven Ipswich Cup (2150m).

Settling around midfield with Michael Cahill on board, Self Sense made good ground coming to the turn before running on strongly in the straight.


The David Brideoake-trained runner kicked well clear inside the 200m, running out a three quarter length winner over Benzini Horseform with Jumbo Prince Horseform in third.

Having been up since February, Self Sense returned a new career peak Timeform figure of 105, his highest since winning the 2015 Kilmore Cup (103).

Self Sense measures up pretty well to recent winners of the race despite returning a Timeform figure well below the 117 Maurus ran to last year and is the second highest rated winner of the race in the last five years.

The rising seven-year-old gelding is certainly much better with some give in the ground and will be hoping for some rain leading in to the Caloundra Cup on Saturday week.

Of the beaten runners, Benzini in second ran to 105, seven pounds below his Brisbane Cup fourth with Jumbo Prince in third running to 96.

Monsieur Gustave Horseform was able to hold off his more fancied rivals when claiming victory in the Listed City Of Ipswich Eye Liner Stakes (1350m).

Stepping up in grade off a solid resuming effort at the Sunshine Coast, Monsieur Gustave did enough over the concluding stages to win by a narrow margin with In His Stride Horseform hitting the line well for second and Federal Horseform third.

The Darryl Hansen-trained runner ran to a clear new career peak Timeform figure of 102, six pounds above his previous best achieved twice at the back end of last preparation.

Monsieur Gustave is the lowest rated winner of the race since its inception in 2016, running well below the 111 of Ninth Legion last year.

Of the placegetters, In His Stride also ran to 102, beaten by the barest of margins with Federal in third running the highest rating of the race at 110 with the 58kg that measures up well to recent winners of the race.

The final feature race of the day was a quinella for Darren Beadman and Godolphin with Maternal Horseform narrowly beating Kinshachi Horseform in the Listed Gai Waterhouse Classic (1350m), Banda Spice two lengths away in third.

Settling up on the speed and doing enough to hold off her stablemate, Maternal ran up to her previous best rating of 97, also achieved when winning at Doomben three starts back.

It was the first black type win for the well bred four-year-old who now has six wins to her name from just 17 career starts.

Maternal is the lowest rated winner of the race since Lesmartre in 2007 (93) with 2016 winner Blueberry Hill running to a figure of 99.

Kinshachi with the 59kg was clearly the run of the race only narrowly beaten in second and ran to a figure of 106 which is the equal highest rating of the race with Paprika in 2006 since the inception of the race in 2003.

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R7 IPSWICH 17 June 2017
Channel 7 Ipswich Cup , 2150m
Race Synopsis: The well supported David Brideoake-trained stayer Self Sense scored easily, seemingly appreciating the conditions here to record his first win since taking out the Kilmore Cup (Listed, 1600m) in February 2015. He settled well back in sixth place, one off the rails, behind a good tempo before moving up (deep) at the 600m. He took the lead on straightening and then raced away to score easily. The top weight (60kg) Benzini settled back in third last place in the 14-horse field, made a very wide move on passing the 800m and was widest of all at the home turn. He went to third shortly after turning for home and did well in fighting on for second, albeit after having no chance with the winner whom he conceded 6kg. Jumbo Prince raced in eighth place, improved (under riding) at the 600m, going to fourth at the home turn. He then kept battling on quite well under his 58kg to take the minor placing.

FP
 
Horse
Age & Sex
Trainer
Jockey
WT
SP
 
1st  
6. SELF SENSE (AUS)
6yo Gelding
DAVID BRIDEOAKE
MICHAEL CAHILL
54.0
$3.50
 
STREET SENSE (USA) - BE MY PERSON (AUS)
D R Brideoake, M F Bartholomeusz, P W Carson, Mrs L Loudoun, G C Watt, G J O'Brien, R P Harvey & Mrs C A Harvey
2nd  
1. BENZINI (AUS)
7yo Gelding
ADRIAN & HARRY BULL
KELLY MC CULLOCH
60.0
$4.50
 
TALE OF THE CAT (USA) - PARIS PERFUME (AUS)
A M Bull
Jan 11, 2011 Gold Coast Yearling Sale, Murrurundi NSW
 
3rd  
2. JUMBO PRINCE (AUS)
5yo H
MICHAEL NOLAN
J LLOYD
58.0
$5.00
 
OUTBACK PRINCE (AUS) - MAGGIE JAIN (AUS)
 Ms R J Hornhardt, Mrs M L Olive & Mrs O D Hansford, Dakarmo Racing Synd(Mgr: D R W Hornhardt)
4th  10. PARAGON (AUS)
5yo Gelding
J G SARGENT
JIM BYRNE
54.0
$61.00
5th  14. CHOYSA (NZ)
6yo Gelding
WAYNE WALTERS
KATE WALTERS
54.0
$51.00
6th  9. COURT'S STAR (AUS)
5yo Gelding
JOHN WILCOCK
MS T HARRISON
54.0
$21.00
7th  4. KAISER FRANZ (NZ)
6yo Gelding
ROBERT HEATHCOTE
R FRADD
54.0
$15.00
8th  8. POP 'N' SCOTCH (AUS)
6yo Gelding
LIAM BIRCHLEY
RON STEWART
54.0
$101.00
9th  5. FELTRE (AUS)
6yo Gelding
BRIAN SMITH
MICHAEL HELLYER
54.0
$17.00
10th  11. TEARS OF JOY (AUS)
5yo Mare
TOBY EDMONDS
JAMES ORMAN
54.0
$67.00
11th  12. METEOROLOGIST (AUS)
6yo Gelding
MARCUS WILSON
TIFFANI BROOKER
54.0
$101.00
12th  3. SORT AFTER (AUS)
4yo Mare
G WATERHOUSE & A BOTT
COREY BROWN
54.5
$6.00
13th  13. TESSASTOCK (NZ)
4yo Mare
TRENT BUSUTTIN & NATALIE YOUNG
GLEN COLLESS
54.0
$26.00
14th  15. BARRAAJ (NZ)
4yo Gelding
ANGELA PLUMB
LUKE TARRANT
54.0
$301.00


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