Saturday, 16 July 2022 TRENTHAM Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R1||NORM BEVAN MEMORIAL MDN STPL||DONARDO||HAMISH MC NEILL||LUCY C DE LAUTOUR||5:14.01||20,000|
|R2||SUPER STAR SEA KING MDN HRDL||HURRY CANE||SHAUN FANNIN||RAYMOND CONNORS||3:23.17||20,000|
|R3||S MURRAY MORTGAGES MDN HRDL||HAPPY STAR||D PARKER||KEVIN MYERS||3:22.86||20,000|
|R4||HYDRA CELL WELLINGTON HRDL||NEDWIN||SHAUN PHELAN||P & C NELSON & MCDOUGAL||4:42.45||75,000|
|R5||HIREMASTER (BM74)||SEMPER MAGICO||C DELL||M OULAGHAN||1:37.87||30,000|
|R6||PRINTLINK HCP||FIANO||JEETESH MUDHOO||SYLVIA KAY||1:21.63||35,000|
|R7||GRANT PLUMBING WELLINGTON STPL||TITTLETATTLE||G WALSH||DEAN CUNNINGHAM||7:26.51||75,000|
|R8||JENNIAN HOMES (BM74)||ORLA||ROBERT HANNAM||JO RATHBONE||2:42.66||30,000|
|R9||WOODRIDGE HOMES WHYTE HCP||VERRY FLASH||JEETESH MUDHOO||KEVIN MYERS||1:53.39||40,000|
|R10||HAPPY 60TH MARK HARDY (BM65)||MANOLO||TEMYIA TAIAROA||STEPHEN NICKALLS||1:38.18||30,000|
Trentham Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|16 JUL 2022||
R1 - R10 HEAVY
|Out 6m | 5mm Rain Overnight.||10||87|
|18 JUN 2022||
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|28 MAY 2022||
R1 - R7 HEAVY
|21 MAY 2022||
R1 - R9 HEAVY
|True | 3.5mm Rain Overnight.||9||78|
|19 MAR 2022||
R1 - R9 DEAD
|12 MAR 2022||
R1 - R8 DEAD
|29 JAN 2022||
R1 - R10 DEAD
|True| Heavy Dew.||10||132|
|22 JAN 2022||
R1 - R8 DEAD
|15 JAN 2022||
R1 - R9 DEAD
|04 DEC 2021||True | 4mm Rain Overnight | 7mm Rain Since 6.30am.||1||15|
|24 OCT 2021||
R1 - R8 SLOW
|12 JUN 2021||
R1 - R8 HEAVY
Track Map Guide
The Gr.1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) at Hastings next month is the likely starting point for Gr.1 New Zealand Derby (2400m) runner-up La Crique’s spring preparation after she pleased with her 950m trial win at Cambridge on Tuesday.
Success in Saturday's Gr.3 Winning Edge Presentations 125th Winter Cup (1600m) at Riccarton could set the ball rolling for a start in the Gr.1 Caulfield Cup (2400m) for the Kevin Myers-trained Kick On.
Mark Chitty credits his parents and his biggest veterinarian mentor as key figures in his efforts to improve the lot of New Zealand racing through voluntary work.
Mark Walker has tentatively planned two steps ahead with his trio of Group One winners Entriviere, Imperatriz and On The Bubbles.
It’s been a bittersweet start to the season for Darryn Weatherley – while he is excited to welcome his daughter Briar into a training partnership, he will be without the services of his star galloper Mali Ston.
If Michael McNab can guide Pacific Dragon to victory in Saturday's Listed Courtesy Ford Ryder Stakes (1200m) at Te Rapa it will be the icing on the cake of what has been an outstanding season for the Cambridge jockey.
Kenny Moore is only half kidding when he says he'd like to welcome his versatile galloper Bluey's Chance into his home to watch TV.
Waikato horsewoman Casey Lock will make a return to the training ranks at Rotorua on Saturday where she will line-up Viktor Vegas in the Arawa Park Hotel Rotorua 1215.
Mark Walker has lived most of his last 35 years between Waikato and Singapore but talented mare Aromatic gives the star trainer a golden chance of winning his old hometown Cup.
Group One performer La Crique is being set for a trip across the Tasman this spring where she will be aimed at some rich Melbourne targets.
Triple threat for local trainers; Woodville abandoned.
Comeback jockey Kate Hercock says she’s found the secret to success in the saddle for her: don’t think about it too much.
Southland raider Firoden made the best possible start to his winter campaign when taking out the Winning Edge Presentations Winter Cup Trial (1400m) at Ashburton on Thursday.
New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock made the most of a five-and-a-half-hour road trip to Hastings on Saturday when he secured a one hundred percent winning strike rate with his three runners on the day.