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马来西亚 (雪兰莪) - 04/08/2018
RACE 2: CLASS 5 - 1400M (TURF TRACK) TIME: 14:45 PRIZE MONEY: RM$29000
Trackform号码 [956]
场地:良好 夺标时速: 1:23.80
9红蓝钻 3745556533许俊杰莱因斯10
6鲟龙 3952357579荷西邓德尔21.3
10腾飞快驹 3652955.555.512奥 查 鲁魏锣升33.3
3诺雅精神 4352759582林上崴陈仕明43.8
11钛将军 3552155536拉齐奥林上游54.8
2林家契约 4348459561再穆丁林文通65.3
12后起之秀 3449054.553.513林安健林伟杰76.6
7星洲大喜 39483575711哈密星库切87.4
1万里长城 4348159595黄锦昌莱因斯97.5
8诺雅动力 37550565610卢赛尼陸鎮豐108.8
5神龙摆尾 4047957.556.58阿南丹苏克里1111.1
4痞子英雄 41438585815马礼安商荷华1215.6
Prior to the race, Trainer S Edwards, the Trainer of RUFFLE THE RUFFIAN (J Mallyon), informed the Stewards that the mare would be ridden with restraint from a wide barrier today. On jumping, RUFFLE THE RUFFIAN threw her head up and then raced greenly in the early stages.

TAIL SPIN (S Anandan) jumped slightly inwards, causing PLATINUM TYCOON (App L De Souza) and D'GREAT WALL (App KC Wong) to be briefly crowded to his inside.

Approaching the 1000M, PLATINUM TYCOON shifted abruptly inwards causing App L De Souza to ease and correct. In doing so, PLATINUM TYCOON was shifted outwards causing NOVA POWER (S Ruzaini) to run on his heels and to be checked.

Approaching the 200M, ACIPENSER (J De Souza) was shifted outwards to take a gap between RED SAPPHIRE (App CK Khaw) and NOVA SPIRIT (SU Lim). Thereafter NOVA SPIRIT commenced to shift persistently outwards away from ACIPENSER and finished wide out. The Stewards showed Jockey SU Lim the vision of the race and warned him that under similar circumstances in future, he should take appropriate measures to keep his mount straight, including switching his whip hand.

When questioned, App KC Wong, the rider of D'GREAT WALL, stated that it was his intention to obtain a handy or midfield position but D'GREAT WALL showed no pace in the early stages and then, approaching the 1000M, he had been unable to hold his position on the inside of PLATINUM TYCOON which shifted inwards. Thereafter, he felt that D'GREAT WALL responded fairly to his urgings but stated that the gelding's lack of early pace had left him placed too far back in the field. A post-race veterinary examination of D'GREAT WALL revealed no significant finding.