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新加坡 - 27/10/2013
场次
RACE 11: MAYO'S MUSIC 2004 STAKES CLASS 4 - 1400M COURSE A (LC) (TURF TRACK) TIME: 18:05 PRIZE MONEY: S$55000
Trackform号码 [1422]
场地:微湿 夺标时速: 1:24.47 分段时间:400公尺 0:24.19  600公尺 0:35.82  800公尺 0:48.25  1000公尺 1:00.09  1200公尺 1:11.75  
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马名 配备 马匹
评分
马匹
体重
配磅配磅
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排位骑师练马师沿途
走位
排名时速头马
距离
11SUPER READY 54510545211APP K A'ISISUHAIRIL KHOO3-2-111:24.470
8WALL STREET BOY 5654755559CW BROWNC BROWN11-8-221:24.590.8
3GREEN TRACER 58515565612J POWELLS BAERTSCHIGER9-3-331:24.711.6
13WINNER'S SMILE B5346953.553.510S JOHNS CHUA13-12-441:24.792.1
1FARRAND TT6051457578J VERENZUELAD KOK4-1-551:24.993.4
9KATE'S KEEPER 5552554.554.53L ALLPRESSS GRAY12-10-661:25.063.9
5FUNCA B5651355551B VORSTERP SHAW2-5-771:25.104.2
4KAISER BRIGHT 5750255.555.54A MUNROH TAKAOKA5-7-881:25.245
7SACRED CITY 56491555514KB SOOM YUSOF7-4-991:25.265.3
12BIG RESPECT B, TT5352553.553.513M NUNESL LAXON1-6-10101:25.436.3
10MARATHON LAD TT5448154526APP TH KOHD KOH6-9-11111:25.466.6
6RAVOUX B5650055537APP R SHAFIQS GRAY8-11-12121:26.1911.1
14OVER EASY 5153252.552.55I SAIFUDINS BURRIDGE14-13-13131:27.8721.4
2JUST DASHING B5944956.556.52B FAYD'HERBEC BROWN10-14-14141:39.7496.4
STIPE报告
RACE 11 [TF1422]
MAYOS MUSIC 2004 STAKES
CLASS 4 1400M


WINNERS SMILE (S John) was slow to begin.

KAISER BRIGHT (A Munro) was crowded on jumping between OVER EASY (I
Saifudin) and KATES KEEPER (L Allpress), both of which shifted ground.

GREEN TRACER (J Powell) was hampered on jumping when SUPER READY
(App K AIsisuhairi) shifted outwards.

Approaching the 1000m, JUST DASHING (B Faydherbe) lost ground quickly,
resulting in KATES KEEPER becoming awkwardly placed on the heels of JUST
DASHING and thereafter being buffeted between JUST DASHING and
RAVOUX (App R Shafiq).

Near the 1000m, GREEN TRACER had to be steadied off the heels of SACRED
CITY (KB Soo), which shifted inwards slightly.

WINNERS SMILE had a tendency to lay inwards in the straight.

OVER EASY, which raced poorly, will be required to pass a 1000m gallop trial
and veterinary examination prior to being declared to race again.

Jockey Faydherbe reported that JUST DASHING was not striding out
freely. A subsequent veterinary examination revealed that the horse
returned having bled. In terms of MRA Rule 92(3), it will not be permitted to
canter or gallop on the main training tracks of any racecourse for a period of
two months, and may not start in any race for a period of three months, and
then only after having satisfactorily passed a bleeders test.

Jockey M Nunes reported that BIG RESPECT was not striding out freely. A
subsequent veterinary examination confirmed this.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on KATES KEEPER
which revealed no apparent abnormality.


GENERAL

POST RACE URINE/BLOOD: FRIDAY
SINGAPORE 25 NOVEMBER MEETING 2011

29 coded urine and 30 coded blood samples from the above-mentioned race
meeting were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

All samples were analysed and none failed except for Samples Coded Nos
0039435 and 0039431 which revealed the presence of Scopolamine and
which were reported to have been taken from the horses, PROFOUND,
trained by Trainer L Laxon, which ran second in Race 2 and SECARA, trained
by Trainer M Clements, which was the winner in Race 1 respectively.

On Saturday, 10 December 2011, Trainer Laxon and Trainer Clements were
both advised of the Analysts Report and their attention was drawn to the
contents of MRA Rule 137 (1) relating to the Referee Samples. In terms of
the Rules, PROFOUND and SECARA could not race again until cleared by
the Stewards.

Trainer Laxon and Trainer Clements both subsequently exercised their rights
to have PROFOUND's Referee Sample and SECARA's Referee Sample sent
overseas for independent confirmatory analysis.

Following the overseas confirmatory analysis of all referee samples the initial
Inquiries were held in March 2012. During the course of these Inquiries, it
was established that there had been a number of Scopolamine positive cases
in America that had been the result of feed contamination. Trainer Clements
and Trainer Laxon requested the adjournments, which were granted, in order
to obtain further advice and evidence from overseas scientific experts.

As evidence tendered indicated that Scopolamine could be an environmental
contaminant numerous feed samples from the Trainers involved were tested
to determine if the positive finding could have resulted from feed
contamination.

The Singapore Turf Club Laboratory subsequently reported that upon analysis
that Scopolamine was not detected in these feed samples.

The Stipendiary Stewards also made enquiries and attempted to interview
staff both currently and previously employed with the Trainers at the time of
the positive findings. In addition, the Stipendiary Stewards and Security
reviewed several hundred hours of security footage.

Trainer Clements and Trainer Laxon also subsequently requested to
personally review the hundreds of hours of security footage to determine if
they were able to establish anything that may have been different from their
normal stables practices. The Trainers completed their review of the several
hundred hours of security footage in late November 2012.

The resumption of the Inquiries was then held on 06 December 2012. At
these Inquiries, evidence was tendered regarding the research of the
Trainers and Security footage. After considering all the evidence, the
Trainers were charged with presenting their horses which provided samples
that contained the prohibited substance Scopolamine. Trainer Clements and
Trainer Laxon pleaded not guilty to the charges. In their submission to the
Charges, both Trainers, following evidence being tendered by Dr Koos that
the Veterinary Department still had in their possession the referee pre-race
bloods of the respective horses, requested an adjournment for further
analytical testing of these samples. The adjournment was granted pending
the Singapore Turf Club Laboratory conducting the analysis of theses
samples.

These Inquiries were resumed on Monday, 07 January 2013 during which the
further analytical results of the Pre-Race Bloods was tendered.

At the conclusion of an Inquiry on Monday, 07 January 2013, Trainer
Clements was found guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6)(a)
in that he, as the Trainer of SECARA, presented that horse which took part
in Race 1 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 25 November 2011,
following which a urine sample taken from that horse failed a post-race
screening which found the sample to contain the presence of Scopolamine,
a prohibited substance under the MRA Rules of Racing. Trainer Clements
was fined a sum of S$10,000 and was advised of his Right of Appeal.

In terms of Rule 134(11), SECARA was disqualified from the race and the
result amended accordingly.

On Tuesday, 08 January 2013, Trainer Clements exercised his Right of
Appeal against the decision of the Stipendiary Stewards and the penalty
imposed on him.

At the conclusion of an Inquiry on Monday, 07 January 2013, Trainer Laxon
was found guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6)(a) in that he,
as the Trainer of PROFOUND, presented that horse which took part in Race
2 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 25 November 2011, following
which a urine sample taken from that horse failed a post-race screening
which found the sample to contain the presence of Scopolamine, a
prohibited substance under the MRA Rules of Racing. Trainer Laxon was
fined a sum of S$10,000 and was advised of his Right of Appeal.

In terms of Rule 134(11), PROFOUND was disqualified from the race and
the result amended accordingly.

On Tuesday, 08 January 2013, Trainer Laxon exercised his Right of Appeal
against the decision of the Stipendiary Stewards and the penalty imposed on
him.

Due to significant developments that occurred subsequently, the Stipendiary
Stewards made an application to the Appeal Panel for both matters to be
sent back to the Stipendiary Stewards for rehearing. Trainer Clements and
Trainer Laxon also advised that they had no objection to the matters being
reheard.

After undertaking a significant amount of investigation, the Stewards
concluded an Inquiry on Monday, 21 October 2013, Trainer Clements was
found guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6) in that he, as the
Trainer of SECARA, presented that horse which took part in Race 1 at the
Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 25 November 2011 following which a
urine sample taken from that horse failed a post-race screening which was
found to contain the presence of Scopolamine, a prohibited substance under
the MRA Rules of Racing.

After considering all the submissions in regard to penalty and considering the
circumstances of the matter including in that upon further investigations and
analysis of feed samples, Scopolamine and Atropine had been detected in
some of these samples of feed impounded from Trainers premises and this
may have resulted in these positive findings, the Stewards determined to
take no direct action. However, Trainer Clements was warned and advised of
the obligations placed on a Trainer pursuant to Rule 134(6) of the MRA Rules
of Racing and that at any time in the future when he may have any concerns
regarding any of his feed and / or feed supplements that this should be
brought immediately to the attention of the Stewards in order that a
thorough investigation can be done in relation to any concerns. Trainer
Clements was advised of his Right of Appeal.

After undertaking a significant amount of investigation, the Stewards
concluded an Inquiry on Monday, 21 October 2013, Trainer Laxon was found
guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6) in that he, as the Trainer
of PROFOUND, presented that horse which took part in Race 2 at the
Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 25 November 2011 following which a
urine sample taken from that horse failed a post-race screening which was
found to contain the presence of Scopolamine, a prohibited substance under
the MRA Rules of Racing.

After considering all the submissions in regard to penalty and considering the
circumstances of the matter including in that upon further investigations and
analysis of feed samples, Scopolamine and Atropine had been detected in
some of these samples of feed impounded from Trainers premises and this
may have resulted in these positive findings, the Stewards determined to
take no direct action. However, Trainer Laxon was warned and advised of
the obligations placed on a Trainer pursuant to Rule 134(6) of the MRA Rules
of Racing and that at any time in the future when he may have any concerns
regarding any of his feed and / or feed supplements that this should be
brought immediately to the attention of the Stewards in order that a
thorough investigation can be done in relation to any concerns. Trainer
Laxon was advised of his Right of Appeal.



POST RACE URINE/BLOOD: FRIDAY
SINGAPORE 02 DECEMBER MEETING 2011

RACE 9 [TF1619] : STEVEN

26 coded urine and 27 coded blood samples from the above-mentioned race
meeting were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

All samples were analysed and none failed except for Sample Coded No
0038537 which revealed the presence of Scopolamine and which was
reported to have been taken from the horse, STEVEN, trained by Trainer L
Laxon, which ran third in Race 9 on the above date.

On Friday, 16 December 2011, Trainer Laxon was advised of the Analysts
Report and his attention was drawn to the contents of MRA Rule 137 (1)
relating to the Referee Samples. In terms of the Rules, STEVEN could not
race again until cleared by the Stewards.

On Friday, 16 December 2011, Trainer L Laxon exercised his right to have
STEVEN's Referee Sample sent overseas for independent confirmatory
analysis.

Following the overseas confirmatory analysis of all referee samples the initial
Inquiries were held in March 2012. During the course of these Inquiries, it
was established that there had been a number of Scopolamine positive cases
in America that had been the result of feed contamination. Trainers
Clements requested an adjournment which was granted in order to obtain
further advice and evidence from overseas scientific experts.

As Scopolamine could be an environmental contaminant numerous feed
samples from the Trainers involved were tested to determine if the positive
finding could have resulted from feed contamination.

The Singapore Turf Club Laboratory subsequently reported that upon analysis
that Scopolamine was not detected in these feed samples.

The Stipendiary Stewards also made enquiries and attempted to interview
staff both currently and previously employed with the Trainer at the time of
the positive findings. In addition, the Stipendiary Stewards and Security
reviewed several hundred hours of security footage.

Trainer Laxon also subsequently requested to personally review the hundreds
of hours of security footage to determine if he was able to establish anything
that may have been different from his normal stables practices. The review
of the several hundred hours of security footage was completed in late
November 2012.

The resumption of the Inquiry was then held on Thursday, 06 December
2012. At this Inquiry, evidence was tendered regarding the research of the
Trainer and Security footage. After considering all the evidence, Trainer
Laxon was charged with presenting his horse which provided samples that
contained the prohibited substance Scopolamine. Trainer Laxon pleaded
not guilty to the charge. In his submission to the Charge, Trainer Laxon,
following evidence being tendered by Dr Koos that the Veterinary
Department still had in their possession the referee pre-race bloods of the
respective horses, requested an adjournment for further analytical testing of
these samples. The adjournment was granted pending the Singapore Turf
Club Laboratory conducting the analysis of theses samples.

The Inquiry were resumed on Monday, 07 January 2013 during which the
further analytical results of the Pre-Race Blood was tendered.

At the conclusion of an Inquiry on Monday, 07 January 2013, Trainer Laxon
was found guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6) in that he, as
the Trainer of STEVEN, presented that horse which took part in
Race 9 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 02 December 2011,
following which a urine sample taken from that horse failed a post-race
screening which found the sample to contain the presence of Scopolamine,
a prohibited substance under the MRA Rules of Racing. Trainer Laxon was
fined a sum of S$10,000 and was advised of his Right of Appeal.

In terms of Rule 134(11), STEVEN was disqualified from the race and the
result amended accordingly.

On Tuesday, 08 January 2013, Trainer Laxon exercised his Right of Appeal
against the decision of the Stipendiary Stewards and the penalty imposed on
him.

Due to significant developments that occurred subsequently, the Stipendiary
Stewards made an application to the Appeal Panel for the matter to be sent
back to the Stipendiary Stewards for rehearing. Trainer Laxon also advised
that he had no objection to the matter being reheard.

After undertaking a significant amount of investigation, the Stewards
concluded an Inquiry on Monday, 21 October 2013, Trainer Laxon was found
guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6) in that he, as the Trainer
of STEVEN, presented that horse which took part in Race 9 at the Singapore
Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 02 December 2011 following which a urine
sample taken from that horse failed a post-race screening which was found
to contain the presence of Scopolamine, a prohibited substance under the
MRA Rules of Racing.

After considering all the submissions in regard to penalty and considering the
circumstances of the matter including in that upon further investigations and
analysis of feed samples, Scopolamine and Atropine had been detected in
some of these samples of feed impounded from Trainers premises and this
may have resulted in these positive findings, the Stewards determined to
take no direct action. However, Trainer Laxon was warned and advised of
the obligations placed on a Trainer pursuant to Rule 134(6) of the MRA Rules
of Racing and that at any time in the future when he may have any concerns
regarding any of his feed and / or feed supplements that this should be
brought immediately to the attention of the Stewards in order that a
thorough investigation can be done in relation to any concerns. Trainer
Laxon was advised of his Right of Appeal.


POST RACE URINE/BLOOD: SUNDAY
SINGAPORE 04 DECEMBER MEETING 2011

RACE 2 [TF1638] : FULL SITE

30 coded urine and 30 coded blood samples from the above-mentioned race
meeting were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

All samples were analysed and none failed except for Sample Coded No
0038546 which revealed the presence of Scopolamine and which was
reported to have been taken from the horse, FULL SITE, trained by Trainer
M Clements, which ran third in Race 2.

On Saturday, 17 December 2011, Trainer Clements was advised of the
Analysts Report and his attention was drawn to the contents of MRA Rule
137 (1) relating to the Referee Samples. In terms of the Rules, FULL SITE
could not race again until cleared by the Stewards.

On Saturday, 17 December 2011, Trainer M Clements subsequently
exercised his right to have FULL SITE's Referee Sample sent overseas for
independent confirmatory analysis.

Following the overseas confirmatory analysis of all referee samples the initial
Inquiries were held in March 2012. During the course of these Inquiries, it
was established that there had been a number of Scopolamine positive cases
in America that had been the result of feed contamination. Trainer Clements
requested an adjournment which was granted in order to obtain further
advice and evidence from overseas scientific experts.

As Scopolamine could be an environmental contaminant numerous feed
samples from the Trainers involved were tested to determine if the positive
finding could have resulted from feed contamination.

The Singapore Turf Club Laboratory subsequently reported that upon analysis
that Scopolamine was not detected in these feed samples.

The Stipendiary Stewards also made enquiries and attempted to interview
staff both currently and previously employed with the Trainer at the time of
the positive findings. In addition, the Stipendiary Stewards and Security
reviewed several hundred hours of security footage.

Trainer Clements also subsequently requested to personally review the
hundreds of hours of security footage to determine if he was able to establish
anything that may have been different from his normal stables practices. The
review of the several hundred hours of security footage was completed in
late November 2012.

The resumption of the Inquiry was then held on Thursday, 06 December
2012. At this Inquiry, evidence was tendered regarding the research of the
Trainer and Security footage. After considering all the evidence, Trainer
Clements was charged with presenting his horse which provided samples that
contained the prohibited substance Scopolamine. Trainer Clements pleaded
not guilty to the charge. In his submission to the Charge, Trainer Clements,
following evidence being tendered by Dr Koos that the Veterinary
Department still had in their possession the referee pre-race bloods of the
respective horses, requested an adjournment for further analytical testing of
these samples. The adjournment was granted pending the Singapore Turf
Club Laboratory conducting the analysis of theses samples.

The Inquiry was resumed on Monday, 07 January 2013 during which the
further analytical results of the Pre-Race Blood was tendered.

At the conclusion of an Inquiry on Monday, 07 January 2013, Trainer
Clements was found guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6)(a)
in that he, as the Trainer of FULL SITE, presented that horse which took
part in Race 2 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Sunday, 04 December
2011, following which a urine sample taken from that horse failed a post-race
screening which found the sample to contain the presence of Scopolamine,
a prohibited substance under the MRA Rules of Racing. Trainer Clements
was fined a sum of S$10,000 and was advised of his Right of Appeal.

In terms of Rule 134(11), FULL SITE was disqualified from the race and the
result amended accordingly.

On Tuesday, 08 January 2013, Trainer Clements exercised his Right of
Appeal against the decision of the Stipendiary Stewards and the penalty
imposed on him.

Due to significant developments that occurred subsequently, the Stipendiary
Stewards made an application to the Appeal Panel for the matter to be sent
back to the Stipendiary Stewards for rehearing. Trainer Clements also
advised that he had no objection to the matter being reheard.

After undertaking a significant amount of investigation, the Stewards
concluded an Inquiry on Monday, 21 October 2013, Trainer Clements was
found guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6) in that he, as the
Trainer of FULL SITE, presented that horse which took part in Race 2 at the
Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Sunday, 04 December 2011 following which
a urine sample taken from that horse failed a post-race screening which was
found to contain the presence of Scopolamine, a prohibited substance under
the MRA Rules of Racing.

After considering all the submissions in regard to penalty and considering the
circumstances of the matter including in that upon further investigations and
analysis of feed samples, Scopolamine and Atropine had been detected in
some of these samples of feed impounded from Trainers premises and this
may have resulted in these positive findings, the Stewards determined to
take no direct action. However, Trainer Clements was warned and advised of
the obligations placed on a Trainer pursuant to Rule 134(6) of the MRA Rules
of Racing and that at any time in the future when he may have any concerns
regarding any of his feed and / or feed supplements that this should be
brought immediately to the attention of the Stewards in order that a
thorough investigation can be done in relation to any concerns. Trainer
Clements was advised of his Right of Appeal.


POST RACE URINE/BLOOD: SUNDAY
SINGAPORE 11 DECEMBER MEETING 2011

RACE 9 [TF1671] : RAPID REWARDS

33 coded urine and 33 coded blood samples from the above-mentioned race
meeting were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

All samples were analysed and none failed except for Sample Coded No
0038633 which revealed the presence of Scopolamine and which was
reported to have been taken from the horse, RAPID REWARDS, trained by
Trainer D Dragon, which ran second in Race 9.

On Wednesday, 28 December 2011, Trainer D Dragon was advised of the
Analysts Report and his attention was drawn to the contents of MRA Rule
137 (1) relating to the Referee Samples. In terms of the Rules, RAPID
REWARDS could not race again until cleared by the Stewards.

Trainer D Dragon subsequently exercised his right to have RAPID
REWARDS' Referee Sample sent overseas for independent confirmatory
analysis.

There were a number of Scopolamine Cases relating to races from late
November 2011 and December 2011. Following the positive finding all
referee samples were sent overseas for confirmatory analysis. The initial
Inquires with various Trainers were held in March 2012. During the course of
these Inquiries, it was established that there had been a number of
Scopolamine positive cases in America, that had been the result of feed
contamination. Trainers requested Adjournments which were granted in
order to obtain further advice and evidence from overseas scientific experts

As Scopolamine could be an environmental contaminant numerous feed
samples from the Trainers involved were tested to determine if the positive
finding could have resulted from feed contamination.

The Singapore Turf Club Laboratory subsequently reported that upon analysis
that Scopolamine was not detected in these feed samples.

The Stipendiary Stewards also made enquiries and attempted to interview
staff both currently and previously employed with the Trainers at the time of
the positive findings. In addition, the Stipendiary Stewards and Security
reviewed several hundred hours of security footage.

Trainers involved in these cases also subsequently requested to personally
review the hundreds of hours of security footage to determine if they were
able to establish anything that may have been different from their normal
stables practices. The Trainers completed their review of the several hundred
hours of security footage in late November 2012.

The resumption of the Inquiries was then held on Thursday, 06 December
2012. At these Inquiries, evidence was tendered regarding the research of
the Trainers and Security footage. After considering all the evidence, Trainer
D Dragon was charged with presenting their horses which provided samples
that contained the prohibited substance Scopolamine. Trainer D Dragon
pleaded not guilty to the charge. In his submission to the Charge, Trainer D
Dragon, following evidence being tendered by Dr Koos that the Veterinary
Department still had in their possession the referee pre-race bloods of the
respective horses, requested an adjournment for further analytical testing of
these samples. The adjournment was granted pending the Singapore Turf
Club Laboratory conducting the analysis of theses samples.

This Inquiry was resumed on Wednesday, 09 January 2013 and Wednesday,
09 January 2013, during which the further analytical results were tendered.

At the conclusion of an Inquiry on Wednesday, 09 January 2013, Trainer D
Dragon was found guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6)(a) in
that he, as the Trainer of RAPID REWARDS, presented that horse which
took part in Race 9 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Sunday, 11
December 2011, following which a urine sample taken from that horse failed
a post-race screening which found the sample to contain the presence of
Scopolamine, a prohibited substance under the MRA Rules of Racing.
Trainer D Dragon was fined a sum of S$10,000 and was advised of his Right
of Appeal.

In terms of Rule 134(11), RAPID REWARDS was disqualified from the race
and the result amended accordingly.

On Thursday, 10 January 2013, Trainer D Dragon exercised his Right of
Appeal against the decision of the Stipendiary Stewards and the penalty
imposed on him.

Due to significant developments that occurred subsequently, the Stipendiary
Stewards made an application to the Appeal Panel for the matter to be sent
back to the Stipendiary Stewards for rehearing. Trainer D Dragon also
advised that he had no objection to the matter being reheard.

After undertaking a significant amount of investigation, the Stewards
concluded an Inquiry on Monday, 21 October 2013, Trainer D Dragon was
found guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6) in that he, as the
Trainer of RAPID REWARDS, presented that horse which took part in Race
9 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Sunday, 11 December 2011
following which a urine sample taken from that horse failed a post-race
screening which was found to contain the presence of Scopolamine, a
prohibited substance under the MRA Rules of Racing.

After considering all the submissions in regard to penalty and considering the
circumstances of the matter including in that upon further investigations and
analysis of feed samples, Scopolamine and Atropine had been detected in
some of these samples of feed impounded from Trainers premises and this
may have resulted in these positive findings, the Stewards determined to
take no direct action. However, Trainer D Dragon was warned and advised of
the obligations placed on a Trainer pursuant to Rule 134(6) of the MRA Rules
of Racing and that at any time in the future when he may have any concerns
regarding any of his feed and / or feed supplements that this should be
brought immediately to the attention of the Stewards in order that a
thorough investigation can be done in relation to any concerns. Trainer D
Dragon was advised of his Right of Appeal.


PRE-RACE BLOOD TESTING & IMPOUND SAMPLES: FRIDAY
SINGAPORE 09 AUGUST MEETING 2013

RACE 5 [TF1032] : ALAN

97 coded pre-race blood samples from the above-mentioned race meeting
were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and Regulations.

All samples were analysed and none failed except for Sample Coded No
215524 which revealed the presence of Scopolamine and which was
reported to have been taken from the horse, ALAN, trained by Trainer L
Laxon, which was withdrawn from Race 5 after failing its Pre-Race Screening
Test on the above date.

On Friday, 09 August 2013, Trainer Laxon was advised of the Analysts
Report and his attention was drawn to the contents of MRA Rule 137 (1)
relating to the Referee Sample.

2 coded urine and 2 coded blood impound samples from the above-
mentioned race meeting were received for analysis under the MRA Rules and
Regulations.

All samples were analysed and none failed except for Sample Coded No
0046093 which revealed the presence of Scopolamine and Atropine and
which was reported to have been taken from the horse, ALAN, trained by
Trainer Laxon, which was withdrawn from Race 5 after failing its Pre-Race
Screening Test on the above date.

Trainer Laxon was also advised relating to the Referee Sample. In terms of
the Rules, ALAN could not race again until cleared by the Stewards.

The Stewards acceded to Trainer Laxons request to clear ALAN for racing
subject to the submission of a subsequent urine sample being free of any
prohibited substance.

The SNTC Laboratory reported on 23 August 2013 that a sample which was
submitted on Friday, 23 August 2013 for analysis revealed the horse, ALAN,
was clear of any prohibited substances and as such ALAN was cleared for
racing.

After undertaking a significant amount of investigation, the Stewards
concluded an Inquiry on Monday, 21 October 2013, Trainer Laxon was found
guilty to a charge under MRA Rule of Racing 134(6) in that he, as the Trainer
of ALAN, presented that horse for Race 5 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting
on Friday, 09 August 2013 prior to which a urine sample taken from that
horse failed a pre-race screening which was found to contain the presence of
Scopolamine, a prohibited substance under the MRA Rules of Racing.

After considering all the submissions in regard to penalty and considering the
circumstances of the matter including in that upon further investigations and
analysis of feed samples, Scopolamine and Atropine had been detected in
some of these samples of feed impounded from Trainers premises and this
may have resulted in these positive findings, the Stewards determined to
take no direct action. However, Trainer Laxon was warned and advised of
the obligations placed on a Trainer pursuant to Rule 134(6) of the MRA Rules
of Racing and that at any time in the future when he may have any concerns
regarding any of his feed and / or feed supplements that this should be
brought immediately to the attention of the Stewards in order that a
thorough investigation can be done in relation to any concerns. Trainer
Laxon was advised of his Right of Appeal.


SINGAPORE OCTOBER MEETING 2013
SUNDAY, 27 OCTOBER 2013:

RACE 6 [TF1392]

Trainer M Freedman was fined a sum of S$500 for failing to ensure that
SLAYER (L Allpress) was in the Pre-Race Holding Area within the prescribed
time in terms of MRA Rule 109(1).