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Te Rapa Road, Hamilton
Saturday, 30 July 2022 TE RAPA Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R1||DOUG MORRIS R-OPN HRDL||KAJINO||SHAUN PHELAN||MS D KENNEDY||3:50.84||30,000|
|R2||STEWART BROWNE MEM. R-OPN HRDL||ABU DHABI||HAMISH MC NEILL||Shaun & Emma Clotworthy||3:53.48||30,000|
|R3||PROPERTY BROKERS T'MARUNUI 3YO||WINDSPEED||M MCNAB||STEPHEN MARSH||1:30.09||30,000|
|R4||WAIKATO BUSY BEES MDN STPL||KEYBOARD WARRIOR||PORTIA J MATTHEWS||J T CHAMBERS||4:42.41||20,000|
|R5||WOODS CONTRACTING STPL||CARNABY||SHAUN FANNIN||KEVIN MYERS||4:37.84||30,000|
|R6||RYDER STAKES LR||PACIFIC DRAGON||M MCNAB||TONY PIKE||1:15.78||60,000|
|R7||DUKE OF GLOUCESTER CUP (BM65)||HEY HAPPY||L E KENNEDY||KEVIN MYERS||2:22.77||30,000|
|R8||TAUMARUNUI RSA GOLD CUP||RIVER RUN||KOZZI ASANO||TONY PIKE||2:26.82||50,000|
|R9||NZ FARMERS LIVESTOCK (BM74)||RED INFERNO||N S PARMAR||KYLIE FAWCETT||1:15.58||30,000|
|R10||BOB&COLLEEN DONALDSON MEM. HCP||BULLYBROOK||EILISH BRAGG||R GAVIN||1:29.19||35,000|
|R11||WOODS CONTRACTING (BM65)||MACUSHLA||YUTO KUMAGAI||KYLIE GRASS||1:29.26||30,000|
Te Rapa Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|30 JUL 2022|
R1 - R11 HEAVY
|Out 9m | 56mm Rain Last 7 Days | 1mm Rain Last 24hrs.||11||120|
|09 JUL 2022|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|Out 5m | 101mm Rain Last 7 Days | 41mm Rain Last 24hrs.||8||90|
|18 JUN 2022|
R1 - R10 HEAVY
|True | 1mm Rain Last 24 Hours | Morning Fog.||10||110|
|21 MAY 2022|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|Out 10m | 61mm Rain Last 7 Days | 12mm Rain Last 24 Hours.||8||94|
|07 MAY 2022|
R1 - R8 DEAD
|Out 7m | 42mm Irrigation Last 7 Days | Morning Fog.||8||81|
|30 APR 2022|
R1 - R8 GOOD
|Out 4m | 4.5mm Rain Last 7 Days | 3.5mm Irrigation Last 24 Hours.||8||87|
|16 APR 2022|
R1 - R9 GOOD
|True | 12mm Irrigation Last 7 Days | 2mm Rain Last 7 days.||9||73|
|12 FEB 2022|
R1 - R10 SLOW
|Out 4m | 115.5mm Rain Last 7 Days | 23mm Rain Last 24 Hours.||10||106|
|02 FEB 2022|
R1 - R10 GOOD
|True | 66mm Irrigation Applied Last 7 Days | 3mm Irrigation Applied Last 24 Hours.||10||119|
|19 JAN 2022|
R1 - R10 DEAD
|Out 10m | 84mm Irrigation Last 7 Days | 9mm Irrigation Last 24 Hours.||10||114|
|18 DEC 2021|
R1 - R9 DEAD
|Out 9m | 80mm Rain Last 7 Days | 0.5mm Last 24 hours.||9||121|
|11 DEC 2021|
R1 - R5 DEAD|
R6 - R11 GOOD
|True | 55mm Rain & Irrigation Last 7 Days.||11||145|
Track Map Guide
Quality galloper Dragon Leap showed he was right on track for his upcoming spring stakes assignments with a slashing run for second at Ruakaka on Saturday.
Promising three-year-old Accidental Tourist may have set himself up for a shot at the Listed Wanganui Guineas (1340m) next month after he broke his maiden status in fine fashion at Hawera on Sunday.
The cream rose to the top in the feature event at Ruakaka on Saturday where the Mark Walker-trained Imperatriz justified good support to take out the Alibaba’s Flying Carpets Kerikeri Cup (1100m).
Promising steeplechaser West Coast looks to have attained the favourite’s tag for next Saturday’s Racecourse Hotel & Motor Lodge 147th Grand National Steeplechase (5600m) with a dashing display to take out the traditional lead-up event at Riccarton on Saturday.
Brontes Gold will be given his opportunity to carry his encouraging trial form over to race day when he makes his debut at Ruakaka on Saturday.
Ralph pair please ahead of Foxbridge
Group One winner Catalyst made a pleasing start to his spring campaign with a solid hit-out in his 900m trial at Te Rapa on Thursday, finishing fifth while powering through the line under a hold.
Mark Walker has tentatively planned two steps ahead with his trio of Group One winners Entriviere, Imperatriz and On The Bubbles.
If they were giving out awards for toughness then trainer Ray Gavin believes his talented winter galloper Bullybrook would be at the head of the queue.
If he was tuned in from his American holiday base on Saturday morning, trainer Stephen Marsh would have been delighted with the result of the third race from Te Rapa.
Smart filly Pacific Dragon rounded out a succesful juvenile season with another game performance to take out the final black-type event of the 2021-22 racing season, the Listed Courtesy Ford Ryder Stakes (12000m) at Te Rapa.
Despite missing the final four months of the season, Jamie Richards will again be crowned New Zealand’s Champion Trainer when the curtain comes down on the season following Saturday’s Te Rapa meeting.
Tony Pike’s high-performance stable has three further chances on Saturday to cap off another successful season for the Cambridge horseman.
New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock will have a two-pronged attack on Saturday’s Listed Courtesy Ford Ryder Stakes (1200m) headed by last-start stakes winner Sophmaze and impressive debut winner Librarsi.