Wednesday, 22 June 2022 PUKEKOHE Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R1||SKYCITY (BM65)||RIDGEVIEW CHIEF||MASAHIRO HASHIZUME||GAVIN OPIE||1:12.31||15,000|
|R2||NZB INSURANCE PEARL SERIES 2YO||WESSEX||KELSEY HANNAN||ANDREW FORSMAN||1:12.08||15,000|
|R3||DUNSTAN FEEDS MDN||TARGHEE||M MCNAB||MICHAEL MORONEY & PAM GERARD||1:13.23||15,000|
|R4||BETAVET MDN||ME LIBEREZ||M MCNAB||BRUCE WALLACE & GRANT COOKSLEY||1:27.10||15,000|
|R5||HAUNUI FARM MDN||CRAZY IN LOVE||DARREN DANIS||CHLOE CUMMING||1:27.09||15,000|
|R6||NZB INSURANCE PEARL SERIES MDN||ELECTRIC TIME||RAHUL BEEMUD||DAVID GREENE||1:41.40||15,000|
|R7||BARFOOT & THOMPSON (BM65)||BUNKERS||A LAWSON-CARROLL||DANNY WALKER||1:40.74||15,000|
|R8||STELLA ARTOIS (BM65)||ON THE RIVET||JASMINE FAWCETT||K, L & K RAE & WILLIAMSORO||1:40.56||15,000|
|R9||MOUNT SHOP MDN||ZA'FARAN||VIN COLGAN||MAXIM VAN LIERDE||1:41.67||15,000|
|R10||DUNSTAN SALUTE MDN||DROVERS YARN||DARREN DANIS||CATHERINE CAMERON||1:42.08||15,000|
Pukekohe Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|22 JUN 2022|
R1 - R10 HEAVY
|Out 7m | 41mm Rain Last 7 Days | No Rain Last 24 Hours.||10||113|
|28 MAY 2022|
R1 - R5 HEAVY|
R3 - R10 SLOW
|23 APR 2022|
R1 - R8 GOOD
|10 APR 2022|
R1 - R8 GOOD
|Out 7m | Heavy Dew.||8||85|
|23 MAR 2022|
R1 - R8 SLOW
|Out 5m On Home Bend, Remainder Out 4m | 4.5mm Rain Overnight.||8||54|
|12 MAR 2022|
R1 - R8 DEAD
|Out 2.5m On Home Bend, Remainder True.||8||87|
|23 FEB 2022|
R1 - R10 GOOD
|True | 5mm Irrigation Overnight.||10||114|
|20 DEC 2021|
R1 - R12 DEAD
|11 NOV 2021|
R1 - R11 GOOD
|23 JUN 2021|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|27 MAY 2021|
R1 - R3 HEAVY|
R4 - R10 SLOW
|11 APR 2021|
R1 - R7 HEAVY
|True | 7mm rain overnight, 20mm last 24 hours.||7||58|
Track Map Guide
Promising juvenile filly Wessex scored her second career win when taking out the NZB Insurance Pearl Series Race (1200m) at Pukekohe Park on Wednesday.
Carl Henderson has a Group One plan locked in for his stable star Jodelin Gal and a trip to the Central Districts earlier this month successfully ticked off a step along the way.
Fresh from riding his seventh race winner, Matamata apprentice Yuto Kumagai is aiming high.
Andrew Forsman is holding a wet track trump card in Turn The Ace and will continue to play a few more hands through the winter with the three-year-old.
Evergreen sprinter New York Jazz capped off a run of solid form when he showed just how tough he is in a tight finish when taking out the Matost 60th Celebration (1200m) at Te Rapa on Saturday.
A battered and bruised Andrew Calder remains in good spirits after suffering multiple injuries, but with no long-lasting damage, in a nasty fall at Ruakaka on Saturday.
Chris Gibbs is looking forward to racing on his home Ruakaka track on Saturday, and not just for the chance to pick up a few wins.
A perfect draw has boosted New Zealand raider Sharp ‘N’ Smart’s hopes of giving the training partnership of Graeme and Debbie Rogerson their second Group 1 win in Queensland in the J.J. Atkins at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
A margin thinner than a pencil line separated the Graeme and Debbie Rogerson-trained two-year-old Sharp ‘N’ Smart from victory in Saturday’s Listed The Phoenix (1500m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday, however co-trainer Graeme Rogerson believes his charge can go one better in this weekend’s Gr.1 JJ Atkins (1600m) at the same venue.
Talented winter galloper Amusez Moi capped off some fine recent form with victory in the Listed AGC Training Stakes (1650m) at Waverley.
The Roger James and Robert Wellwood-trained Pinarello ran out a worthy winner of the Gr.1 Queensland Derby (2400m) after staving off the late challenge of Paternal under an inspired Leith Innes ride.
New Zealand trained Pinarello has won a thrilling Queensland Derby at his Australian debut.
Trainer Tony Pike is hoping the turnaround in weather can play into the hands of his Gr.1 Queensland Derby (2400m) contender Tutukaka at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Mark Walker is unconcerned about Entriviere's wide barrier draw for Saturday's Gr.1 Kingsford Smith Cup (1300m) at Eagle Farm.