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Race Results:

13 November 2011 - Sha Tin


Class 4 - 1200M - A
Course: ST Sunny
Going: g
Finish Time: 1:10.3
Sectional Time: 24.08 23.44 22.80

PlaceHorse NoHorse NameJockeyTrainerRateWeightONRDDrawMarginTimeIn RunningSection Time
16FIONN'S TREASURE (M386)Z. PurtonC. S. Shum52128111291:10.32-1-124.12 23.40 22.80
22GLORY HORSIE (M273)D. WhyteJohn Size561323.24.712.251:10.61-2-224.08 23.44 23.15
39EN MASSE (L398)G. MosseR. Gibson491256.85.11341:10.912-11-324.76 23.40 22.79
44BREEZE OF LUCK (L124)T. AnglandD. Hall521281511114.251:10.913-13-424.80 23.48 22.70
55CAPITAL CHAMPION (N023)B. PrebbleP. F. Yiu521284.62.744.501:11.08-9-524.56 23.48 22.99
61SMART FORTUNE (M279)M. Du PlessisA. T. Millard57133469534.751:11.04-5-624.28 23.52 23.26
713HOT PEPPER (J236)Y. T. ChengC. H. Yip45119224565.251:11.17-8-724.52 23.44 23.18
87TANG PALACE (M316)M. ChadwickA. S. Cruz521262844125.751:11.26-4-824.40 23.28 23.55
910POTENTIAL (L204)C. Y. HoC. Fownes491205.9755.751:11.29-7-924.56 23.40 23.29
1014KINGS DOMAIN (L219)T. ClarkA. Schutz441209999146.251:11.311-12-1024.64 23.52 23.16
113MAN OF THE MATCH (M153)K. C. LeungS. Woods56129224978.751:11.710-10-1124.64 23.40 23.69
1212SUNSHINE KID (M080)O. DoleuzeC. W. Chang4712324231091:11.73-3-1224.20 23.36 24.19
138OVERNIGHT SUCCESS (L380)H. W. LaiT. W. Leung5012486992121:12.25-6-1324.32 23.52 24.38
1411HONG KONG FAT (M099)M. L. YeungK. W. Lui471186599816.251:12.914-14-1425.12 23.24 24.57
Sire:Elusive City
Breed of the Winning Horse:FIONN'S TREASURE
Dam:Yankee Gold
Pool Winning Combination Dividend (HK$)
win 6 123.5
place 6 36
2 18.5
9 18
quinella 2-6 306
quinella place 2-6 95
6-9 111
2-9 50
tierce 6-2-9 3807
trio 2-6-9 497
first 4 2-4-6-9 897

Recap by phillip woo

Fionn's Treasure showed good speed before assuming the sit in second outside Glory Horsie, snatched the lead soon after straightening and edge clear for a smart debut win. He remains one to follow. Glory Horsie punched through to lead along the fence at the 1,100m, set a moderate pace while narrowly holding the advantage rounding the final bend, was no match for the winner. En Masse was ridden third from the rear and three deep in a tightly-bunched race after breaking from gate 13, cornered with one wider out and enjoyed a clear run to out-finish Breeze Of Luck for third, who was travelling second from the rear and two wide, rounded the final bend six wide, switched inside for a clear run four deep at the 200m and ran on nicely. Firming favourite Capital Champion was hustled to hold a position in midfield and just off the rails at the 1,000m after recovering off a sluggish break, swung the final bend four deep and made some ground to go close in an encouraging debut. He will certainly come on for the run. Smart Fortune kept on reasonably well in an improved effort, while Potential came up flat over the final 100m under an aggressive ride.

Racing Incident Report

Race Two: (158) - PANASONIC I-PRO NETWORK SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM HANDICAP - Class 4 - 1200 Meters MAN OF THE MATCH knuckled over at the start.

CAPITAL CHAMPION was slow to begin.

From a wide barrier, BREEZE OF LUCK was taken across behind runners shortly after the start.

Making the first turn near the 850 Metres, CAPITAL CHAMPION hung out and in doing so bumped POTENTIAL which was taken out onto HOT PEPPER which was crowded for room inside TANG PALACE.

After this, CAPITAL CHAMPION proved very difficult to settle and got its head up on a number of occasions when racing close to the heels of SMART FORTUNE.

After the 700 Metres, HOT PEPPER raced in restricted room between TANG PALACE and POTENTIAL which shifted out away from the heels of SMART FORTUNE.

KINGS DOMAIN, which was following, was hampered in consequence.

Throughout the race, TANG PALACE and SUNSHINE KID travelled wide and without cover.

When questioned, Y T Cheng (HOT PEPPER) said that he had been instructed to have his mount positioned behind the speed if possible.

He said due to the manner in which the race was run, a number of horses maintained their positions to his inside and as such he was not able to shift across in the early stages to obtain a position close to the fence.

He said for this reason HOT PEPPER was obliged to race wide in about a midfield position albeit it was able to obtain cover.

Mr C H Yip, the trainer of HOT PEPPER, said that he felt the pace of the race in the early stages would be fair and he thought this would present the opportunity for HOT PEPPER to shift in to a position one horse off the fence behind the leaders.

He added however that he did not envisage that the race would be run at a slow tempo which resulted in HOT PEPPER having to race wide.

Mr Yip was advised that the Stewards would monitor the manner in which HOT PEPPER will be ridden in its future starts.

After the race, the Veterinary Officer reported that POTENTIAL had lost its left front plate.