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Race Results:

9 March 2014 - Sha Tin


Class 4 - 1200M - All Weather Track
Course: ST Cloudy
Going: g
Finish Time: 1:09.9
Sectional Time: 23.67 22.48 23.76

PlaceHorse NoHorse NameJockeyTrainerRateWeightONRDDrawMarginTimeIn RunningSection Time
11ORIENTAL PROSPER (N100)M. ChadwickA. S. Cruz601339.81621:09.94-3-123.91 22.40 23.60
211HURRY HURRY UP (N218)C. Y. HoC. Fownes43114151010Nose1:09.91-1-223.67 22.48 23.77
34STAR OF WAI BO (P177)J. MoreiraY. S. Tsui581312.22.251.751:10.15-4-323.99 22.48 23.70
412CONFUCIUS ELITE (N381)K. TeetanS. Woods421156.94.882.251:10.26-6-424.03 22.56 23.67
510FAIR WIND (P349)B. PrebbleK. L. Man44119153572.751:10.310-9-524.31 22.68 23.34
63JOY TOGETHER (P082)K. C. NgC. H. Yip58126221892.751:10.33-2-623.83 22.48 24.06
76KING DERBY (P225)Z. PurtonC. S. Shum551282217341:10.512-10-724.59 22.48 23.46
85MAROON PRINCE (N413)N. CallanJ. Moore571306.86.8124.751:10.67-7-824.23 22.44 23.99
92PACKING MOTOR (P226)A. SuboricsA. Schutz6013323571161:10.811-11-924.51 22.68 23.67
109HEARTLAND (M332)W. C. MarwingL. Ho46119244446.501:10.98-8-1024.23 22.48 24.24
117NEW PET (P280)G. MosseW. Y. So541272014612.251:11.82-5-1123.83 22.72 25.34
128OUR MARCUS (P101)T. H. SoD. Cruz491204066141.751:16.59-12-1224.27 23.08 29.24
Breed of the Winning Horse:ORIENTAL PROSPER
Dam:Lady Filly
Pool Winning Combination Dividend (HK$)
win 1 162
place 1 40.5
11 28.5
4 10.5
quinella 1-11 760
quinella place 1-11 214
1-4 64.5
4-11 41
tierce 1-11-4 5389
trio 1-4-11 463
first 4 1-4-11-12 524
3rd double (8-1) $1381.0
3rd double consulation (8-11) $305.5
1st double trio (6,8,13/1,4,11) $116601.0

Recap by phillip woo

Oriental Prosper came one off entering the straight following a gun run and lunged late to nail Hurry Hurry Up on the wire for the win with a drop in grade and return to the dirt. Hurry Hurry Up had to work from a wide gate to eventually find the lead along the rails at the 800m, cornered near two lengths on top and went down fighting. He enjoyed the return to the dirt. Favourite Star Of Wai Bo settled fifth along the rails, stayed near the inside upon straightening and ran on steadily to grab a placing 100m out. Confucius Elite travelled outside Star Of Wai Bo in midfield, swung the final bend four deep and ran on steadily to fill a First-4 spot 50m out. Fair Wind made his run third from the rear and one off the rails, swung the final bend with one wider out and was finding the line reasonably well. He's one to follow with a drop in grade on this surface. Joy Together was caught three-to-four deep without cover near the speed, straightened four deep and was unable to keep up the gallop over the final 150m. King Derby made some ground late with three wider out after breaking slowly and travelled second from the rear. Maroon Prince settled behind midfield and three deep with cover, swung the final bend with two wider out and came up one-paced over the final 200m.

Racing Incident Report

Race Four: (457)-CHANGI HANDICAP - Class 4 - 1200Metres

JOY TOGETHER proved difficult to load.

Having regard to JOY TOGETHER's poor record in respect of barrier manners, the Stewards ruled that the horse must satisfactorily undergo a series of consecutive official barrier trials prior to racing again.

KING DERBY, which was fractious in the stalls and was leaning against the outside of its stall as the start was effected, was slow to begin.

PACKING MOTOR began awkwardly.

MAROON PRINCE began only fairly.

Making the first turn approaching the 700 Metres, FAIR WIND was awkwardly placed inside the heels of MAROON PRINCE.

Also making the first turn approaching the 700 Metres, HEARTLAND, which was travelling keenly, was awkwardly placed close to the heels of CONFUCIUS ELITE.

At the 700 Metres, KING DERBY was steadied away from the heels of OUR MARCUS.

Near the 400 Metres, N Callan (MAROON PRINCE) dropped his left rein.

After the race, the Veterinary Surgeon reported that HEARTLAND had bled from both nostrils.

A veterinary inspection of OUR MARCUS immediately following the horse revealed the horse to have bled from both nostrils and to be severely distressed.

A veterinary inspection of NEW PET immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.