新加坡 - 03/02/2017
场地：微湿 夺标时速： 1:23.92 分段时间：400公尺 0:24.91 600公尺 0:36.57 800公尺 0:48.43 1000公尺 1:00.12 1200公尺 1:11.75
RACE 7 [TF0169]
CLASS 4 LC (C) 1400M
Mr Shane Ellis, Trainer L Laxons Assistant Trainer, when questioned
regarding the significant increase in the body weight of ALLEZ (M Nunes),
stated that the gelding had returned from a lengthy spell and had built up
significantly during this time. He added that ALLEZ had progressed well
during training and had worked well. He also added that ALLEZ was, in his
opinion, fit to start. A Pre-Race veterinary examination passed ALLEZ fit to
RED RACKHAM (S Sam), which was fractious in the barrier, had to have its
saddle readjusted. RED RACKHAM was subsequently examined by the
Veterinary Surgeon, passed fit to race and reloaded. RED RACKHAM will be
required to pass one starting stall test prior to being declared to race again in
terms of MRA Rule 78(2).
JOYOUS (App H Syafiq) was slow to begin.
SILENT ARROW (S John) was slow to begin after jumping away awkwardly.
Shortly after the start, RED RACKHAM was buffeted between IMPERIAL
MARCH (B Vorster) and REALLY CAPABLE (V Duric), which shifted inwards
and away from SUN EMPIRE (App CC Wong).
QUEENS SEVEN (D David) and ALLEZ both raced keenly in the backstraight.
Near the 1000m, SUN EMPIRE, which was racing tight to the inside of
JOYOUS, brushed REALLY CAPABLE on a couple of occasions. This resulted in
REALLY CAPABLE shifting outwards carrying SUN EMPIRE wider on the track,
with IMPERIAL MARCH, which was following, having to be steadied.
QUEENS SEVEN had difficulty obtaining a clear run between the 500m and
the 300m and again between the 200m and the 100m.
Approaching the 400m, RED RACKHAM momentarily steadied when racing
between SILENT ARROW and ALLEZ, which shifted outwards. Jockey Nunes
was subsequently shown the film of the incident and warned to exercise
greater care when shifting ground in future.
The Farrier reported that SILENT ARROW returned having cast its near-fore
A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on LAUGHING BUFFALO
(M Rodd) which revealed no apparent abnormality.