新加坡 - 17/06/2016
场地：良好 夺标时速： 1:05.19 分段时间：300公尺 0:18.70 500公尺 0:29.69 700公尺 0:41.58 900公尺 0:53.30
RACE 3 [TF0766]
CLASS 4 POLYTRACK 1100M
Acting on veterinary advice that LADY ROULETTE (R Shafiq) was found to be
lame near-fore, the Panel of Stewards ordered its withdrawal at 1846Hrs. In
terms of MRA Regulation 24.2, it must be presented to an Official Veterinary
Surgeon prior to being declared to race again.
SATELLITE BOY (N Juglall) began awkwardly.
SILK ROUTE (CW Brown) and SUN PIONEER (R Woodworth) bumped on
Shortly after the start, RIVER OF GOLD (App N Alfian) shifted inwards and
made slight contact with KISS ME (I Saifudin). KISS ME then shifted inwards
and bumped SATELLITE BOY in onto SUN PIONEER, with that gelding shifting
inwards abruptly severely crowding SILK ROUTE, which made contact with
the hindquarters of TOP GUN (App CS Chin), resulting in SILK ROUTE having
to be checked.
WONDERFUL (J Powell) raced keenly in the early stages.
POWER LIN (App T See) raced wide throughout.
RIVER OF GOLD laid outwards from the 800m and in so doing, carried
POWER LIN wider on the track.
Approaching the 300m, SILK ROUTE had to be eased inwards to avoid the
heels of KISS ME, which had been carried inwards by SUPER BRILLIANT (A
Da Silva), which shifted inwards after becoming awkwardly placed on the
heels of TOP GUN, which had been carried outwards slightly by WONDERFUL.
Jockey Powell was subsequently shown the film of the incident and warned to
exercise greater care when shifting ground in future.
After passing the Winning Post, App Chin dismounted from TOP GUN as the
horse had returned having bled. In order not to delay the correct weight,
App Chin was exempted from the weigh-in.
A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on TOP GUN which
revealed that the horse returned having bled and lame near-fore. 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.
The Veterinary Surgeon reported that SATELITE BOY had returned with the
saddle having slipped back during the running of the race.
A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on SATELLITE BOY
which revealed no apparent abnormality.