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22 March 2020 - Sha Tin
RACE

Race 7 - LUGER HANDICAP - Sec 2

Class 3 - 1200M - A
Course: ST Sunny
Going: g/f
Finish Time: 1:08:55
Sectional Time: 23.48 22.59 22.48

PlaceHorse NoHorse NameJockeyTrainerRateWeightONRDDrawMarginTimeIn RunningSection Time
15WELLINGTON (D176)Z. PurtonR. Gibson691232.51.7121:08:557-7-124.32 22.19 22.04
27LARSON (D199)V. BorgesJ. Moore651192143101 1:08:713-3-223.84 22.43 22.44
32VICTORIAM (C186)J. MoreiraK. W. Lui741285.99.693 1:09:016-6-324.24 22.19 22.58
41KING OF HEARTS (C145)M. ChadwickA. S. Cruz79133165554.251:09:2210-9-424.56 22.27 22.39
512MONKEY JEWELLERY (B378)K. TeetanJohn Size61115195245.251:09:384-4-523.92 22.39 23.07
64NAMJONG SINGS (C480)G. van NiekerkC. S. Shum7012487.735.51:09:432-2-623.60 22.51 23.32
76E STAR (C132)H. W. LaiK. L. Man67121163866 1:09:5111-12-724.60 22.47 22.44
811ETERNAL HARVEST (D180)C. SchofieldP. F. Yiu611174.93.926.251:09:541-1-823.48 22.59 23.47
98KURPANY (D172)K. C. LeungJ. Moore68117122086.51:09:585-5-924.08 22.35 23.15
103STAY CHILL (D189)M. L. YeungW. Y. So73127999919.751:10:129-8-1024.52 22.23 23.37
1110AFRICAN SKY (C195)H. N. WongK. H. Ting62113999979.751:10:1312-10-1124.84 22.07 23.22
129LIGHT MY DAY (C505)M. F. PoonC. H. Yip6311599991113.51:10:708-11-1224.36 22.55 23.79
Sire:All Too Hard
Breed of the Winning Horse:WELLINGTON
Dam:Mihiri
Pool Winning Combination Dividend (HK$)
win 5 17
place 5 11.5
7 60.5
2 21
quinella 5-7 281.5
quinella place 5-7 80.5
2-5 30
2-7 272
3 pick 1 (Composite Win) A1 12
tierce 5-7-2 1690
trio 2-5-7 498
first 4 1-2-5-7 1974
quartet 5-7-2-1 20978
6th double (13-5) $224.5
6th double consulation (13-7) $1140.5
2nd double trio (2,5,13/2,5,7) $31487.0

Recap by phillip woo

Odds-on favourite Wellington quickened brilliantly from behind midfield to win going away 150m out to remain unbeaten in three starts. The three-year-old did it in a quick time and there's clearly more points in hand. Larson stuck on gamely for second after hitting the front 250m out following a one-out, one-back run. He's building towards a win in recent runs. Victoriam came from midfield to finish a non-threatening third. It was another honest effort. King Of Hearts got going late from near the back to add value to the Quartet. He's in the right grade again and is crying out for 1,400m. Monkey Jewellery held his ground following a prominent run on the fence. He's a Class Four horse. Punted late Namjong Sings was yielding ground over the final 150m after drawing level for the lead outside Eternal Harvest 300m out following a pace-stalking run. Eternal Harvest was on his tippy toes approaching the 100m after leading from gate two.

Racing Incident Report

Race Seven: (515) - LUGER HANDICAP - Class 3 - 1200Meters

STAY CHILL and KING OF HEARTS began only fairly.

KURPANY began very awkwardly, shifted out abruptly and bumped the hindquarters of VICTORIAM which became unbalanced.

As a result of beginning awkwardly, KURPANY lost ground.

E STAR stumbled on jumping and then, despite being hard ridden, failed to muster any early speed and settled back in the field.

At the 1100 Metres, VICTORIAM, which was being shifted across to take up a position closer to the rail, was checked away from the heels of MONKEY JEWELLERY which drifted out slightly.

Throughout the race, LIGHT MY DAY travelled wide and without cover and in the Straight gave ground.

When questioned, C Schofield stated that ETERNAL HARVEST jumped cleanly from an inside barrier and took up the running in the early stages.

He said however that ETERNAL HARVEST was inclined to race a little keenly approaching the first turn when challenged by NAMJONG SINGS which improved to its outside.

He added that when NAMJONG SINGS was steadied by its rider at the 800 Metres, he was able to get ETERNAL HARVEST to relax throughout the middle stages and anticipated that the horse would be able to respond well when placed under pressure.

He said however that when challenged again by NAMJONG SINGS at the entrance to the Straight, ETERNAL HARVEST responded only for a short distance and then was disappointing in the manner in which it failed to close off the race.

C Schofield stated that, in his opinion, ETERNAL HARVEST's disappointing run could be attributed to it being up in class today and not coping with the initial pressure in the race due to its inexperience.

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

WELLINGTON and LARSON were sent for sampling.