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Race Results:

29 March 2015 - Sha Tin


Class 3 - 1400M - A+3
Course: ST Sunny
Going: g
Finish Time: 1:22.1
Sectional Time: 13.44 22.30 23.08 23.36

PlaceHorse NoHorse NameJockeyTrainerRateWeightONRDDrawMarginTimeIn RunningSection Time
110FIVE UP HIGH (S276)N. CallanA. T. Millard66123122091:22.11-3-2-135.90 23.00 23.28
24TOO FAST (S308)N. RawillerJ. Moore711284.88.361.501:22.46-6-6-236.34 22.96 23.13
314ULTIMATE GLORY (S235)T. H. SoK. L. Man61116161031.501:22.48-8-8-336.58 22.84 23.02
413SUNNY PEARL (N434)K. C. LeungP. O'Sullivan61116119.71331:22.62-1-1-435.74 23.08 23.83
59YOUNG WATCHMAN (T003)B. PrebbleC. S. Shum67124309913.251:22.79-10-9-536.82 22.84 23.05
65BOSSIEE (S405)J. MoreiraD. Cruz701272.31.683.501:22.73-5-4-636.18 22.96 23.59
73BULLISH SMART (S221)A. SuboricsA. S. Cruz731302025103.751:22.713-13-11-737.06 22.72 23.00
87FINE ROCK (S317)H. N. WongY. S. Tsui67114324474.501:22.84-4-5-836.06 23.20 23.62
98JUN GONG (N325)D. WhyteC. H. Yip67124148.624.501:22.87-7-7-936.46 22.92 23.51
1011HAPPY PLACE (S380)D. LaneT. P. Yung661235589144.501:22.95-2-3-1035.90 23.04 23.96
112RED PEONY (T014)Y. T. ChengS. Woods74131379946.501:23.214-14-14-1137.50 22.60 23.12
1212ASIA RISING (S159)C. WilliamsW. Y. So63120297457.251:23.311-12-10-1236.98 22.76 23.60
131WONDERFUL GUY (P328)C. K. TongK. W. Lui751308699127.751:23.412-9-12-1336.58 23.28 23.56
146GALLANT TRIUMPH (P173)C. Y. HoD. Hall6912414411181:23.410-11-13-1436.82 23.04 23.62
Sire:Sail From Seattle
Breed of the Winning Horse:FIVE UP HIGH
Dam:Gardener's Delight
Pool Winning Combination Dividend (HK$)
win 10 205.5
place 10 40.5
4 19.5
14 30
quinella 4-10 860
quinella place 4-10 145
10-14 184.5
4-14 110.5
tierce 10-4-14 10669
trio 4-10-14 1384
first 4 4-10-13-14 2479
quartet 10-4-14-13 64731
7th double (2-10) $1471.0
7th double consulation (2-4) $86.0
2nd double trio (1,2,10/4,10,14) $163118.0

Recap by phillip woo

Five Up High settled in the box-seat after jumping well, advanced to the front 300m out and kept up a strong gallop for the win at his sixth start. Too Fast settled fore of midfield and one off the rails, rounded the final bend with three wider out and closed off well to snatch second from Ultimate Glory in the final stride. Plunged late, Ultimate Glory travelled behind midfield and one off the rails, rallied near six deep, moved to second 100m out and had to settle for third in the end. Sunny Pearl worked to the front 1,000m out, cornered a length on top and was yielding ground 100m out. Young Watchman made good progress along the inside after saving ground behind midfield in a much-improved second-up effort. Raging favourite Bossiee was prominent along the rails, rallied five deep upon straightening and came up flat 150m out in a disappointing run. Bullish Smart was getting going late without menacing after travelling second from the rear near the inside.

Racing Incident Report

Race Seven: (501)-SHA TIN HOI HANDICAP - Class 3 - 1400Metres

After being loaded, RED PEONY became fractious and as the start was effected lifted its front feet off the ground and then stood flat-footed, resulting in the horse losing a considerable amount of ground.

Before being allowed to race again, RED PEONY will be required to perform satisfactorily in an official barrier trial.

As the start was effected, BULLISH SMART became fractious, put its head down and then began awkwardly, resulting in its rider, A Suborics, becoming badly unbalanced.

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

ASIA RISING was slow to begin.

Passing the 1100 Metres, ASIA RISING commenced to prove very difficult to settle and had to be checked away from the heels of ULTIMATE GLORY.

For some distance after the 1100 Metres, BOSSIEE was awkwardly placed close to the heels of FIVE UP HIGH (N Callan) which was steadied when shifting in to cross BOSSIEE.

N Callan was advised to ensure that he provides sufficient clearance when shifting ground in similar circumstances.

After the 800 Metres, WONDERFUL GUY was left racing wide and without cover.

HAPPY PLACE got its head on the side and lay out rounding the Home Turn and then at the entrance to the Straight was brushed by FIVE UP HIGH which shifted out into clear running.

Also rounding the Home Turn, FINE ROCK got its head on the side and lay out and then near the 350 Metres momentarily raced in restricted room between TOO FAST and BOSSIEE which shifted out marginally.

In the early part of the Straight, JUN GONG got its head on the side and lay in under pressure and approaching the 200 Metres was steadied away from the heels of ULTIMATE GLORY which shifted in.

Passing the 300 Metres, FINE ROCK was momentarily awkwardly placed inside the heels of TOO FAST.

Over the concluding stages, TOO FAST and ULTIMATE GLORY raced tight.

When questioned, J Moreira stated that, in his opinion, BOSSIEE was disappointing.

He said although the horse was inclined to travel keenly in the early stages, it relaxed nicely rounding the turn after the 900 Metres and after this travelled comfortably.

He said, unlike at its last start, BOSSIEE did not show the same turn of foot today after being placed under pressure rounding the Home Turn.

He added at its last start BOSSIEE quickened well, however, today it was only one-paced in the Straight and did not finish off the race as strongly as he expected.

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

A veterinary inspection of JUN GONG immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.

After the race, TOO FAST was found to have sustained a laceration to the right hind leg.

BOSSIEE, FIVE UP HIGH and TOO FAST were sent for sampling.