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Race Results:

6 April 2014 - Sha Tin


Class 4 - 1600M - B+2
Course: ST Rainy
Going: g/y
Finish Time: 1:38.2
Sectional Time: 25.73 24.34 24.99 23.14

PlaceHorse NoHorse NameJockeyTrainerRateWeightONRDDrawMarginTimeIn RunningSection Time
16INDUSTRIALIST WAY (S023)T. AnglandC. H. Yip531268.58.4111:38.21-4-3-150.43 24.79 22.98
24GRACEFUL KINGDOM (P145)N. CallanP. F. Yiu561292117121.751:38.46-6-6-250.67 24.75 23.07
314CRIMSON HEART (P237)K. C. LeungA. T. Millard431144122421:38.52-3-4-350.35 24.91 23.24
411GRAND HARBOUR (P421)B. PrebbleJ. Moore481211713132.501:38.65-2-2-450.23 24.83 23.55
57GRAND CHAMPION (M319)O. DoleuzeP. O'Sullivan501234329143.751:38.714-13-13-551.23 24.59 22.97
69WIN IT (P032)Z. PurtonW. Y. So501233.12.4141:38.84-5-5-650.59 24.71 23.55
72SUGAR CITY (P228)D. WhyteR. Gibson601334734.251:38.87-9-9-750.87 24.79 23.20
81CIRCUIT FORTUNE (P357)G. MosseK. L. Man60133106.685.251:39.010-8-10-850.87 24.83 23.35
912TERRIFIC MASTER (P436)K. C. NgA. S. Cruz48116274155.251:39.09-12-12-951.03 24.75 23.28
108PRECIOUS GEM (S097)A. SuboricsA. Schutz50123999975.751:39.13-1-1-1050.07 24.99 24.04
113TRENDY WIN (P099)C. Y. LuiL. Ho601263734106.251:39.211-10-8-1151.03 24.63 23.54
1213TELECOM TOP STAR (L276)C. K. TongK. W. Lui441159799271:39.38-7-7-1250.71 24.87 23.75
135GOLD TALENT (S113)H. W. LaiA. Lee5412526519111:39.913-14-14-1351.23 24.71 24.04
1410GRAND PLUS (S066)K. TeetanJohn Size4912269.7611.501:40.012-11-11-1451.03 24.71 24.30
Sire:Fastnet Rock
Breed of the Winning Horse:INDUSTRIALIST WAY
Dam:Plastic Lady
Pool Winning Combination Dividend (HK$)
win 6 84.5
place 6 26.5
4 46
14 54
quinella 4-6 540
quinella place 4-6 160.5
6-14 254.5
4-14 446.5
tierce 6-4-14 12159
trio 4-6-14 3492
first 4 4-6-11-14 8929
5th double (7-6) $308
5th double consulation (7-4)
triple trio 1,3,5/3,7,8/4,6,14 $3012095.
triple trio consolation 1,3,5/3,7,8/
Any combination

Recap by phillip woo

Industrialist Way didn't want the front after jumping well from a wide gate and eventually slotted one-out, one-back at the 900m behind the moderate pace of Precious Gem, swung the final bend five deep, hit the front 150m out and kept on gamely for the win. Graceful Kingdom travelled three deep with cover in midfield, rounded the final bend six deep and finished up nicely to snatch second from Crimson Heart in the final few strides. Crimson Heart settled box-seat, briefly moved to second at the 50m and was nipped late for the Quinella spot. Punted late, Grand Harbour rolled forward from a wide gate to sit outside the leader, advanced to the front 300m out and grudgingly gave way late. Grand Champion was doing some nice work late. It was a nice run on the back of a slow pace. Favourite Win It settled three back along the rails, cornered four deep and only held his ground in the drive.

Racing Incident Report


From the outside barrier, GRAND CHAMPION was taken across behind runners shortly after the start.

Shortly after the start, GRAND PLUS was steadied away from the heels of PRECIOUS GEM which shifted in.

In the early and middle stages, GRAND PLUS got its head up on a number of occasions when proving difficult to settle.

Making the turn near the 1000 Metres, GRAND PLUS, which continued to prove difficult to settle, shifted out when being checked away from the heels of CIRCUIT FORTUNE.

GRAND PLUS continued to be awkwardly placed close to the heels of CIRCUIT FORTUNE for some distance.

After the 1300 Metres, GRAND HARBOUR was left racing wide and was allowed to stride forward to race outside the lead.

At the 350 Metres, GRAND PLUS lost its left front plate.

The Stewards questioned Apprentice C Y Lui regarding TRENDY WIN being slow to begin.

Apprentice Lui stated that whilst his mount was relaxed behind the barriers, it became stirred up after being loaded.

He said as he was instructed to have TRENDY WIN racing behind the leaders if possible from barrier 10, he attempted to ensure that the horse was able to begin with the field.

He said when TRENDY WIN became fractious in the barriers, it momentarily sat against the back gates and when the start was effected began awkwardly, resulting in him becoming unbalanced.

He said when this happened TRENDY WIN got its head up and was slow to begin.

He added after this he rode his mount aggressively to make up lost ground and shifted it towards the inside rail, however, because of the manner in which the horse began, TRENDY WIN raced much further back in the field than had been intended.

Apprentice Lui was advised that his explanation would be reported, however, he must, wherever possible, ensure that he allows his mounts sufficient rein to begin on terms with the field.

A veterinary inspection of TRENDY WIN immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.

A veterinary inspection of GRAND PLUS immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.