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Race Results:

12 June 2016 - Sha Tin


Class 3 - 1200M - C
Course: ST Rainy
Going: g/y
Finish Time: 1:09.4
Sectional Time: 23.73 22.37 23.34

PlaceHorse NoHorse NameJockeyTrainerRateWeightONRDDrawMarginTimeIn RunningSection Time
112REGENCY DARLING (T138)K. K. ChiongK. L. Man621083.43.481:09.42-1-123.73 22.37 23.34
22GORGEOUS KING (V118)O BossonA. T. Millard801333899111.751:09.78-7-224.61 22.13 23.00
36SMART BOY (V076)C. SchofieldW. Y. So67120231312.251:09.74-3-324.05 22.33 23.40
45SUPREME FALCON (P224)Z. PurtonJ. Moore721251018541:10.07-8-424.37 22.45 23.24
53MOMENTUM LUCKY (V151)N. RawillerJohn Size781313.62.9341:10.05-5-524.09 22.53 23.45
61FLYING MOOCHI (T116)H. N. WongY. S. Tsui80126109.61051:10.21-2-623.73 22.49 24.01
710AMAZING MOMENT (T422)K. TeetanP. O'Sullivan6411787.1961:10.33-4-723.97 22.45 23.97
89RED KYLIN (T052)K. C. LeungP. F. Yiu65116151466.501:10.49-9-824.61 22.37 23.48
98PENANG HALL (T062)B. PrebbleD. Hall651201410210.251:11.06-6-924.29 22.45 24.34
1011LUCKY DAY (S014)C. Y. HoA. S. Cruz641151134411.501:11.212-11-1025.17 22.49 23.62
114PRINCIPAL (P108)T. H. SoNg Ting-keung7712854997151:11.811-10-1124.97 22.25 24.61
127WHAT MAN HORSE (V236)K. C. NgC. H. Yip7011359991222.251:12.910-12-1224.89 22.81 25.29
Breed of the Winning Horse:REGENCY DARLING
Pool Winning Combination Dividend (HK$)
win 12 34.5
place 12 15.5
2 276
6 38
quinella 2-12 6795
quinella place 2-12 1276
6-12 86.5
2-6 2280
3 pick 1 (Composite Win) A1 15.5
tierce 12-2-6 53414
trio 2-6-12 14648
first 4 2-5-6-12 26525
quartet 12-2-6-5 603919
9th double (8-12) $117.0
9th double consulation (8-2) $847.5

Recap by phillip woo

Regency Darling made all the running off a light weight for the win despite being pestered on the lead by Flying Moochi. Gorgeous King settled behind midfield along the fence, rounded the final bend four deep and ran on steadily to wear down Smart Boy for second at big odds following a drop in grade. Smart Boy moved to second 150m out following a prominent run along the fence and kept on well for a placing in his first run in Hong Kong. Supreme Falcon got going five deep following a one-off run travelling worse than midfield to just edge favourite Momentum Lucky for a Quartet spot. Momentum Lucky settled one off the fence in fifth, eased out for a clear run approaching the final bend and kept grinding away without ever looking a threat. Flying Moochi went forward from a wide gate to park second in the run, straightened three deep and came up onepaced over the final 200m. Amazing Moment weakened after sitting effectively oneout, one-back in the run. He had no excuse. Red Kylin made some ground without threatening after travelling fourth from the rear despite money coming for him late.

Racing Incident Report

Race Ten: (715)-LOTUS HANDICAP - Class 3 - 1200Metres

LUCKY DAY was slow to begin.

MOMENTUM LUCKY shifted in at the start and bumped PENANG HALL.

From the outside barriers, GORGEOUS KING and WHAT MAN HORSE were shifted across behind runners in the early stages.

Passing the 1100 Metres, MOMENTUM LUCKY shifted out and bumped SUPREME FALCON.

Apprentice H N Wong (FLYING MOOCHI) pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding [Rule 100(1)] in that approaching the 900 Metres he permitted his mount to shift in when not clear of AMAZING MOMENT, causing that horse to be hampered and taken in onto MOMENTUM LUCKY which was checked and lost ground.

Apprentice Wong was suspended from riding in races for a period to expire on Monday, 27 June 2016 on which day he may resume race riding (2 Hong Kong racedays).

The commencement of the suspension was deferred until after the Sha Tin racemeeting on Sunday, 19 June 2016.

In addition, Apprentice Wong was fined $20,000.

SMART BOY had some difficulty obtaining clear running in the early part of the Straight.

Passing the 400 Metres and again near the 300 Metres, MOMENTUM LUCKY was shifted out away from the heels of AMAZING MOMENT which shifted out under pressure.

The performance of WHAT MAN HORSE, which finished tailed out, was considered unacceptable.

Before being allowed to race again, WHAT MAN HORSE will be required to perform to the satisfaction of the Stewards in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination.

When questioned, K C Leung stated that he was asked to ride RED KYLIN behind the leaders if possible as it was anticipated that today's race would be run at a good tempo.

He said RED KYLIN began fairly and runners drawn both inside and outside of RED KYLIN were ridden to take up forward positions in the early stages.

He said had he have continued to ride RED KYLIN forward to obtain a position as instructed, he believed that the horse would have been left racing unnecessarily wide and for this reason he elected to steady RED KYLIN after the 1100 Metres to obtain a position with cover.

He said this resulted in RED KYLIN racing further back in the field than had been anticipated.

He added RED KYLIN travelled satisfactorily throughout the middle stages and after being shifted to the outside of runners in the Straight initially responded well to his riding.

He said however that after the 200 Metres RED KYLIN did not finish off, was one-paced and, in his opinion, may not have been suited by today's track conditions.

A veterinary inspection of WHAT MAN HORSE and PENANG HALL immediately following the race did not show any significant findings.