马来西亚 （槟城） - 14/10/2012
场地：微湿 夺标时速： 1:23.60
RACE 2 (R1391) Class 4 1400M
SET UP HANDICAP
SECRET PARTY, a course scratching as it was suffering from inappetance and loss of
condition, will be required to pass a veterinary examination (after a 3-week embargo)
before being declared to race again.
A STORY, which was 20kgs down in body weight since its last run, was checked by the
Club Veterinary Surgeon prior to the race and was passed fit to start.
GOOD CODE (App Z Khairil) and METEOR ONE (M Wepner) were both slowly away.
HERE COMES THUNDER (TM Wan) and TONGA MALAKI (H Barnabas) raced wide
on the first turn.
Near the 300M, ROCKET EXPRESS (BN Shahrul) steadied when momentarily crowded
for room between GOLDHILL WINNER (App M Razali) and GOOD CODE which
From the 100M to the winning post, GOLDHILL WINNER was held up for a run behind
LEES FIGHTER (S Salee) and between NO COMMENT (HK Cheng) and GOOD
A post-race veterinary examination of HERE COMES THUNDER (TM Wan) revealed
no obvious abnormality.
The Club Veterinary Surgeon reported that PRINCESS SARAH (App WT Chung)
returned having cast its near-fore plate, and NO COMMENT (HK Cheng) returned
having cast its near-hind plate.
A post-race veterinary examination of A STORY (App H HASWINDY) revealed that it
was lame off fore and as such will be required to pass a test (1000M/vet) before being
entered to race again.
At the conclusion of an inquiry, App SC Liew, the rider of SAKKIE SAKKIE, pleaded
guilty to a charge of careless riding under MRA Rule 44(9)(a)(ii) in that near the 200M,
he allowed his mount SAKKIE SAKKIE to shift inwards whilst riding along when
insufficiently clear of TONGA MALAKI (H Barnabas), thereby causing that gelding to
check and lose ground.
When deciding on penalty, the Stewards took into account App SC Liews guilty plea, his
riding experience and riding record. App SC Liews licence to ride in races was
suspended for a period of two (2) race days with effect from 15th October 2012 and to
expire on 20th October 2012, both days inclusive. He was advised of his Right of Appeal