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Race Results:

24 January 2016 - Sha Tin


Class 2 - 1800M - A
Course: ST Rainy
Going: g
Finish Time: 1:48.7
Sectional Time: 14.04 22.03 23.87 24.63 24.19

PlaceHorse NoHorse NameJockeyTrainerRateWeightONRDDrawMarginTimeIn RunningSection Time
12BRILLIANT SHINE (S099)K. C. NgC. H. Yip95127779991:48.71-2-2-160.14 24.43 24.19
27VICTORY MAGIC (T272)D. WhyteJ. Moore861233.52.851.251:48.910-10-10-261.14 24.23 23.61
38ANTICIPATION (T198)J. MoreiraA. S. Cruz841213.52.8101.751:49.08-9-9-361.10 24.23 23.74
45SAVVY NATURE (T127)B. PrebbleJ. Moore88125111183.251:49.24-5-5-460.66 24.31 24.29
59SUPREME PROFIT (P230)K. C. LeungC. S. Shum84119122164.751:49.52-3-3-560.34 24.63 24.56
64RENAISSANCE ART (T197)Z. PurtonC. Fownes901277.81035.251:49.66-7-7-660.94 24.27 24.39
73SANTA FE SUN (P210)N. RawillerP. O'Sullivan941312514471:49.95-6-6-760.70 24.47 24.73
81ENSURING (S437)R. MooreJohn Size961335927.751:50.09-8-8-860.98 24.39 24.64
911OBLITERATOR (T222)C. SchofieldR. Gibson81118201618.251:50.03-1-1-959.94 24.67 25.47
106CLOUD NINE (T416)S. De SousaA. T. Millard86123223879.751:50.37-4-4-1060.42 24.67 25.22
WD10GORGEOUS KING (V118)H. W. LaiK. W. Lui82119-----
Breed of the Winning Horse:BRILLIANT SHINE
Dam:Brilliant Kiwi
Pool Winning Combination Dividend (HK$)
win 2 1224
place 2 174.5
7 12.5
8 13
quinella 2-7 1370.5
quinella place 2-7 324.5
2-8 336
7-8 18.5
3 pick 1 (Composite Win) A3 48.5
tierce 2-7-8 12478
trio 2-7-8 838
first 4 2-5-7-8 1012
quartet 2-7-8-5 56996
5th double (11-2) $6264.5
5th double consulation (11-7) $46.0

Recap by phillip woo

Brilliant Shine rolled forward from a wide gate to park one off in second and kept up a strong gallop for an upset win at massive odds. Victory Magic was patiently ridden at the tail, pushed his way out at the 350m and finished well to grab second. Anticipation finished up reasonably well widest of all to grab a placing. Savvy Nature made a steady bid one off the fence in midfield to finish a non-threatening fourth. Supreme Profit couldn't produce a challenge after a prominent run. Renaissance Art ran on without threatening following a patient ride. Ensuring lost his chance after a bad check. Obliterator drove forward to lead along the fence passing the 1,400m, cornered narrowly on top and was stopping 250m out in another disappointing performance. He requires a drop in class.

Racing Incident Report

Race Six: (351)-TAI TONG HANDICAP - Class 2 - 1800Metres

GORGEOUS KING was withdrawn on 23.1.16 by order of the Stewards acting on veterinary advice (lame right fore foot).

Before being allowed to race again, GORGEOUS KING will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.

Whilst proceeding to the Start, RENAISSANCE ART kicked a rail.

On arrival at the barriers, RENAISSANCE ART was examined by the Veterinary Officer who said that in his opinion it was suitable to race.

Despite being ridden along in the early stages, ANTICIPATION failed to muster speed and approaching the 1700 Metres was shifted across behind runners to obtain cover.

Near the 1400 Metres, RENAISSANCE ART, which was proving difficult to settle, was steadied away from the heels of SANTA FE SUN.

After this, RENAISSANCE ART continued to prove very difficult to settle.

After the 1400 Metres, CLOUD NINE (S de Sousa) was left racing wide and without cover and was ridden forward and passing the 1200 Metres shifted in and bumped SUPREME PROFIT on a number of occasions.

S de Sousa was reprimanded and advised that whilst the Stewards encourage competitive riding, he must ensure that he does not ride his mounts in such a manner so as to cause undue contact with other runners.

After the 1300 Metres, SAVVY NATURE proved difficult to settle.

At the entrance to the Straight, CLOUD NINE and SAVVY NATURE bumped.

Shortly after entering the Straight, ANTICIPATION was bumped by VICTORY MAGIC which improved into tight running outside RENAISSANCE ART.

At the 200 Metres, OBLITERATOR (C Schofield), which was commencing to give ground, shifted out and bumped SUPREME PROFIT.

OBLITERATOR was then straightened by its rider before shifting in under pressure.

ENSURING, which was improving quickly to the inside of OBLITERATOR, was checked when crowded for room onto SANTA FE SUN which was also hampered in this incident.

As the Stewards were satisfied that ENSURING had not properly established running to the inside of OBLITERATOR prior to that horse's shift inwards and that OBLITERATOR was initially straightened after shifting out, nonetheless C Schofield was reprimanded and advised that in the circumstances he should have been more alert to his mount shifting in further than was necessary after being corrected.

Close to the finishing line, ANTICIPATION turned its head to the right and attempted to savage VICTORY MAGIC.

As this was the second occasion on which ANTICIPATION had attempted to savage another runner during a race, Mr A S Cruz, the trainer of ANTICIPATION, was advised that the horse must undergo a series of satisfactory consecutive barrier trials amongst other runners before being allowed to race again.

Mr Cruz was further advised that should at any time in the future ANTICIPATION attempt to savage another runner, a recommendation would be forwarded to the Club's Board of Stewards that the horse be compulsorily retired.

After the race, an endoscopic examination was conducted on SUPREME PROFIT at the request of Trainer C S Shum.

The Veterinary Surgeon reported that this examination showed a substantial amount of blood in the horse's trachea.

Before being allowed to race again, SUPREME PROFIT will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.

A veterinary inspection of ENSURING and OBLITERATOR immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.

BRILLIANT SHINE and VICTORY MAGIC were sent for sampling.