马来西亚 （雪兰莪） - 31/03/2013
场地：微湿 夺标时速： 1:35.20
RACE 6 (R451) Selangor Gold Cup 1600M (lc-A)
App I Fadzlei, the rider of FOX COMMAND, dropped his whip at about the 400M. App
I Fadzlei was fined RM500/- for negligence under MRA Rule 152(5)(a).
GOOD BABY (I Azhar) and FOX COMMAND (App I Fadzlei) bumped on jumping
HINT (J De Souza) and TEARS TO DIAMOND (M Wepner) bumped on jumping away.
HINT was held up for a clear run from the 400M and as a result, Jockey J De Souza had
to ease to the outside of the field to obtain a clear run to the finish.
A post-race veterinary examination of CIZEN WORLD (V Sivan) revealed that it was
lame near fore and as such will be required to pass a 1000M/vet test before being
declared to race again.
A post-race veterinary examination of GOLDEN NUMBER (App KY Yap) revealed no
The Club Veterinary Surgeon reported that OCEAN FANTASY (HS Gill) 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 2 months, and may not start in
any race for a period of 3 months, and then only after having satisfactorily passed a
The Stewards questioned Jockey J Shankar regarding the performance of REBEL FURY.
He stated that his instructions were to be handy which were confirmed from the Trainers
Instructions Form. He further stated he had a good run and on straightening, he felt that
he still had a good chance. He advised the Stewards that when he commenced to ride
REBEL FURY with the whip from the 400M, the gelding responded fairly until the last
50M when it laid out and commenced to weaken. His explanation was noted for revision.
The Stewards also questioned Trainer Shane Edwards, the Trainer of REBEL FURY
regarding the performance of the gelding. He stated that he felt that REBEL FURY had
run a good race, however, he did think that the gelding was better suited on a firmer
going than today and he would recommend the gelding to go for a break before racing
again. His explanation was noted. A post-race veterinary examination of REBEL FURY
revealed no obvious abnormality. The gelding was impounded.