马来西亚 （霹雳州） - 05/03/2011
场地：良好 夺标时速： 1:36.80
RACE 5 (R333)
On arrival at the start, the off fore plate of IN RETROSPECT became cast and had to be
reshod. IN RETROSPECT was then checked by the Club Veterinary Surgeon and was
passed fit to race.
LUCKY SKY was slow to begin.
KISMET was slow into stride.
JOKER DELIGHT jumped awkwardly outwards and bumped BETTER AND BETTER.
WONDERFUL KID jumped awkwardly and shortly after the start, had to steady off the
heels of FLYING HORSE which rolled in.
FLYING HORSE, JOKER DELIGHT and HOCK ALICE were all obliged to race wide
on the bend.
SOVIET SNIPER hung inwards in the home straight.
From the 300M to the 200M, ITS ALL FATED and BETTER AND BETTER raced
tight and brushed on a number of occasions.
Approaching the 250M mark, IN RETROSPECT switched out over the heels of JOKER
DELIGHT to obtain a clear run.
In the concluding stages, JOKER DELIGHT rolled in under pressure and brushed SIR
LUCKY SKY which raced poorly, will be required to pass a test (1000M/vet) before
being entered to race again.
Jockey I Azhar, the rider of FLYING HORSE, reported that his horse was not striding
out freely. A post-race veterinary examination of FLYING HORSE revealed no obvious
A post-race veterinary examination of SOVIET SNIPER revealed no obvious
abnormality. The gelding was impounded.
When questioned regarding the apparent improved performance of SIR TIKI, Trainer
Evert van Breukelen advised the Stewards that he was unable to offer any explanation for
the improved performance of the horse and that the win was a surprise to him. He also
stated that there was no stable confidence for SIR TIKI. His explanation was noted and
his attention was drawn to the Rules regarding in and out running.