新加坡 - 18/08/2013
场地：良好 夺标时速： 1:11.99 分段时间：400公尺 0:24.65 600公尺 0:36.05 800公尺 0:48.02 1000公尺 0:59.90
RACE 1 [TF1087]
KRANJI STAKES D 1200M
LEAVE ME ALONE (KB Soo) jumped awkwardly inwards crowding VOLKOV (YF
Leong) onto the hindquarters of DAZZLING DAME (App Z Zuriman), resulting
in that gelding being turned outwards and severely crowding VOLKOV.
SUGARTIME JAZZ (R Woodworth) was inclined to lay inwards in the early
part of the backstraight.
Approaching the 1100m, GOLDEN MISSION (M Nunes) commenced to race
keenly and had to be restrained after racing up onto the heels of ARAPUNI (J
Near the 1000m, ARAPUNI raced tight for a short distance between PEGASUS
VICTORY (KT Cheng) and RAVOUX (App S Noh).
SUGARTIME JAZZ, which proved difficult to settle, got its head up near the
Approaching the turn into the straight, DAZZLING DAME lost ground when
crowded between ARAPUNI, which shifted outwards to improve and
SUGARTIME JAZZ, which laid inwards slightly away from SHINKANSEN (TO
Chang). This resulted in RAVOUX, which was following, having to be taken
outwards away from the heels of DAZZLING DAME and in so doing,
inconvenienced DAWN PROSPECT (A Munro) and SIMPANG (D Beasley).
Passing the 300m SUGARTIME JAZZ checked when racing between ARAPUNI
and SHINKANSEN. At a subsequent Inquiry, Jockey Chang pleaded guilty to
a charge of careless riding under MRA Rule 44(9)(a)(ii) in that near the
300m, he allowed his mount to shift inwards, when insufficiently clear,
thereby crowding SUGARTIME JAZZ, which checked and lost ground. When
deciding on penalty, the Stewards took into account his record, guilty plea,
degree of interference, carelessness and submissions from Jockey Chang that
he has been engaged to ride at the Singapore Race Meetings on Friday,
23 August 2013 and Sunday, 25 August 2013. The Stewards determined to
suspend his licence to ride in races and acting under MRA Rule 48(5), the
commencement of the suspension was deferred to begin on Monday,
26 August 2013 until Sunday, 01 September 2013 both dates inclusive (three
Race Days). He was advised of his Right of Appeal.
SIMPANG was inclined to lay inwards in the straight.
Near the 100m, GOLDEN MISSION shifted outwards, resulting in its rider
having to straighten its mount.
App TH Koh, the rider of DEN, reported that his horse was not striding out
freely. A subsequent veterinary examination confirmed that the gelding
returned not striding out freely and that DEN had also returned with debris in