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Race Results:

18 September 2011 - Sha Tin


Class 3 - 1600M - A+3
Course: ST Sunny
Going: g
Finish Time: 1:36.4
Sectional Time: 25.05 23.52 24.28 23.63

PlaceHorse NoHorse NameJockeyTrainerRateWeightONRDDrawMarginTimeIn RunningSection Time
12CARTHAGE (L256)K. C. LeungD. Cruz781281324141:36.414-14-12-149.97 23.80 22.71
27WEALTH PARK (M300)W. M. LaiY. S. Tsui6711877996Nose1:36.46-5-4-249.21 24.08 23.20
31AMITYSHIP (K023)C. K. TongP. F. Yiu7812811184N1:36.53-4-5-349.01 24.28 23.26
413PEGASUS SUPREME (L286)K. C. NgK. W. Lui621059.64.450.751:36.61-1-1-448.57 24.28 23.77
512HEALTHY BLUEBERRY (K222)T. H. SoL. Ho631115.35.321.501:36.74-3-3-548.85 24.32 23.56
614BURGUNDY MAC (M205)T. ClarkD. Ferraris61116131231.501:36.79-8-8-649.45 24.08 23.21
711VICTORY IDE SAY (M056)J. LloydA. Schutz641175.99.191.751:36.710-10-9-749.65 24.00 23.10
88ENABLING (M229)M. Du PlessisJohn Size651183359112.251:36.87-7-7-849.41 24.04 23.40
910DALKAN (M129)C. Y. HoS. Woods641121522102.751:36.912-12-14-949.85 24.04 23.03
109BEAUTY SUCCESS (L422)M. ChadwickA. S. Cruz641151936731:36.913-13-13-1049.97 23.84 23.14
115HO HO LIFE (L209)C. W. WongC. H. Yip7012030901341:37.18-9-11-1149.65 24.08 23.38
123SHIFACHI TRADITION (L013)D. WhyteT. W. Leung751284.23.214.251:37.111-11-10-1249.73 23.96 23.48
134SUPREME FLIGHT (M199)B. DoyleA. T. Millard731263320124.501:37.22-2-2-1348.73 24.28 24.21
146CHARMGOLD (K002)H. W. LaiP. F. Yiu681191723810.501:38.15-6-6-1449.25 24.20 24.71
Sire:Peintre Celebre
Breed of the Winning Horse:CARTHAGE
Pool Winning Combination Dividend (HK$)
win 2 241.5
place 2 70
7 176
1 40
quinella 2-7 11340.5
quinella place 2-7 2481
1-2 474.5
1-7 1361
tierce 2-7-1 199817
trio 1-2-7 23240
first 4 1-2-7-13 34931

Recap by phillip woo

Relishing a drop in grade, Carthage was patiently ridden at the rear, swung the final bend four wide, had to shift off the heels of Amityship into clear running at the 200m and quickened brilliantly to collar outsider Wealth Park in the shadows of the post for the win. He arrived with high expectations and should be able to hold his own off a light weight in the next grade as well now. Wealth Park was rated three back and just off the fence, straightened four deep, worked to the lead 50m out and was pipped late in a much-improved effort. Amityship enjoyed a cosy run one-out, one-back with cover behind the slow pace of Pegasus Supreme, eased out four deep at the 350m and kept plugging away to secure a placing. Best-backed late, Pegasus Supreme was a length on top at the 150m and was swamped inside the final 60m. Healthy Blueberry was pulling hard while settling third on the rails, stayed to the fence upon straightening and kept on one-paced. Burgundy Mac made his run worse than midfield and on the rails, ran into traffic between Supreme Flight and Amityship at the 200m and was again steadied 30m out in a nice effort. He appears to have come right and must be kept safe next time out. Victory Ide Say settled behind midfield and two deep, was strung up in traffic four deep upon straightening, shifted into the clear at the 250m and was running on nicely without threatening. Favourite Shifachi Tradition made his run third from the rear after badly missing the start and made no impression.

Racing Incident Report

Race Six: (024) - FOSHAN HANDICAP - Class 3 - 1600 Meters BEAUTY SUCCESS began awkwardly, shifted out and bumped CHARMGOLD, resulting in BEAUTY SUCCESS becoming unbalanced.

PEGASUS SUPREME shifted out at the start and bumped WEALTH PARK.

After the 1100 Metres, HO HO LIFE was left racing wide and without cover.

Passing the 400 Metres, BEAUTY SUCCESS was steadied when crowded for room between HO HO LIFE and VICTORY IDE SAY which shifted out.

After this, BEAUTY SUCCESS had difficulty obtaining clear running for a short distance.

Over the concluding stages, BURGUNDY MAC was steadied when disappointed for running between AMITYSHIP (C K Tong) and CARTHAGE (K C Leung), both of which shifted slight ground.

Because of this, BURGUNDY MAC was not able to be ridden out to the end of the race as it otherwise would be.

Both C K Tong and K C Leung were advised to exercise care in similar circumstances in future.

When questioned regarding the disappointing performance of SHIFACHI TRADITION, D Whyte stated that as the start was effected his mount was very slow to begin and consequently lost a considerable amount of ground.

He said he then rode SHIFACHI TRADITION along to make up lost ground, however, the horse was reluctant to stretch out for some distance in the early stages.

He said SHIFACHI TRADITION commenced to travel more kindly passing the 1000 Metres, however, then came off the bridle again at the 500 Metres and after this point, despite being ridden along, did not finish off the race.

Before being allowed to race again, SHIFACHI TRADITION will be required to perform satisfactorily in a stalls test.

A veterinary inspection of SHIFACHI TRADITION after the race did not show any significant findings other than the horse had spread its right hind plate.