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$1.70 // WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
Repairs on
slow track
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
& HENRY LYNCH
SYDNEY’S ageing rail network was still struggling to
recover late yesterday, almost
24 hours after lightning strikes
stranded thousands of New
Year’s Eve revellers for up
to 3½ hours.
Delays and cancelled trains
were still being reported as late
as 7pm as staff worked across
up to five lines yesterday to
repair signal boxes that had
been directly hit by lightning
during Monday evening’s
storms. Up to 1000 lightning
strikes had hit the network at
seven sites, destroying vital
pieces of rail infrastructure in
places
including
Central,
Flemington, Gordon and
Casula, causing pandemonium
for passengers on the busiest
night of the year.
After the fireworks, crowds
packed into Central, Town
Hall and Wynyard stations
waiting for trains that were
either late or did not arrive as
police were called in to help
contain the overflow.
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ANNABEL HENNESSY
THE Morrison government is
a step closer to emptying onshore immigration detention
centres in a vindication of its
border security policies.
Today, it will announce the
closure of the notoriously
tough Maribyrnong facility in
Melbourne’s west. The government has already said the Blaxland compound in Sydney’s
Villawood Immigration Detention Centre will also close this
year with about 100 detainees
to be transferred over the next
six months.
Immigration, Citizenship
and Multicultural Affairs
Minister David Coleman said
the closures were a mark of
success for the Morrison government after 50,000 people
arrived by boat during Labor’s
time in office between 2007-13.
“This government has
stopped the boats, got the
children out of detention and
closed the once-full immigration detention facilities,”
Mr Coleman said.
150 STOPPED FIFTH DEATH AT TEST IS ‘FALSE
FOR DRUGS
A MUSIC FESTIVAL SENSE OF SECURITY’
POPPED
DERRICK KRUSCHE & ADELLA BEAINI
SMUGGLING four caps filled with powerful
party drug MDMA, the young woman was
ready to party.
“You want the high and the charge — it’s a
long day,” she said.
While she wasn’t stopped by police, by
10pm 150 others had been detected with
drugs mostly as they tried to enter Sydney’s
Field Day music event at The Domain.
The woman told The Daily Telegraph she
had used two condoms to hide the drugs
inside her body before passing sniffer dogs
and police into the one-day festival attended
by about 28,000 people yesterday.
It was on the same day a fifth person died
this summer — this time in Victoria — of a
suspected drug overdose at the Beyond the
Valley music festival.
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Throwing away the key
Notoriously tough immigration detention centre is shut down
ANNABEL HENNESSY
AN immigration detention
centre once described as “the
harshest in Australia” has
closed its doors after transferring more than 100 refugees
to other facilities.
The Morrison Government
will today announce that
Maribyrnong
Immigration
Detention Centre, in northwest Melbourne, has officially
closed this week, with 107
detainees moved.
Maribyrnong had previously come under fire from
refugee activists for having
more incidents of guards using
force on detainees than any
other facility.
The Daily Telegraph can
also reveal there are now just
seven children remaining in
Nauru – four of whom have
been accepted to go to the US.
Three children were transferred to Australia in the days
before Christmas.
The Federal Government
has announced that the Blaxland compound in Villawood
Immigration Detention Centre will be shut down in
mid-2019.
The Blaxland compound
currently has about 100 detainees who will be transferred
to other centres over the next
six months. Those remaining
at Blaxland are “high-risk
detainees” including foreign
criminals whose visas have
been
cancelled
awaiting
deportation.
Home Affairs said that all
transfers would be to other
onshore detention centres and
that no detainee would be
moved to Nauru.
Immigration, Citizenship
and Multicultural Affairs
Minister David Coleman
(pictured) said that the closure
of Maribyrnong and planned
shutdown of the Blaxland
compound was a victory for
the Coalition Government.
“Under the previous
Labor government, 50,000
people arrived on 800
boats, 1200 people tragically drowned at sea, and
8000 children were
put in detention,”
Mr Coleman said.
“At its peak in
July 2013, there
were more than
10,000 people
being held in
immigration
detention facilities in Australia, including 2000 children.
This government has stopped
the boats, got the children out
of detention and closed
the once-full immigration
detention facilities.”
Between 2007 and 2013,
the then Labor government opened 17
immigration detention centres.
Centres closed
in recent years include Wickham
P o i n t
Immigration
Detention Centre,
in the Northern Territory
which closed in November
2016. In 2013, 1988 people had
been detained in the centre, including more than 200 children.
In a statement to be released today, Mr Coleman said
the closure of detention
centres since 2013 had saved
more than $500 million.
There are now eight onshore detention facilities
operating in Australia following the closure of Maribyrnong. In October 2018, all
immigration
facilities
on
Christmas Island were placed
into contingency.
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CURLING UP
WITH MR
SANDMAN
HENRY LYNCH
IT’S a photo that sums up how
most of sleepy Sydney was
feeling early yesterday after a
night of raucous celebrations
amid the spectacular $6 million
harbour fireworks.
But while the city woke up
with a hangover and people took
to beaches and parks to sleep it
off, celebrities were out in force,
many having shied away from
New Year’s Eve shindigs to
enjoy the sunshine and summer
beats of bashes across the
eastern suburbs.
The big parties were at
Catalina Rose Bay, Watsons Bay
Hotel and Bondi Icebergs.
Familiar faces partying
included Atlassian billionaire
Michael Cannon-Brookes,
fashion designer Simone
Zimmerman, rugby player Adam
Ashley-Cooper, Tim Robards and
Anna Heinrich.
However, there were others
causing a stir in Bondi as they lay
down their heads to catch up on
some much needed sleep – one
sluggish punter even wrapping
himself up in a winter jacket as
he snoozed on the beach despite
the scorching summer sun,
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(From left) The fantastic fireworks, one reveller just can’t let his drink go in Bondi and a beach snoozer.
SCOMO TIPS WINNING 2019
PRIME Minister Scott Morrison has promised Australians
his government will grab 2019
by the “scruff of its neck” and
make it a winning year for all.
“My job, our government’s
job, is to prepare Australia for
any opportunity and eventuality. It’s to grab the year by the
scruff of its neck and make it a
winner for all of us,” he said in
his New Year’s Day message.
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He said Australians began
2019 with a stronger economy
as the coalition prepares to
hand down the first budget
surplus in more than a decade.
Meanwhile, Federal Opposition leader Bill Shorten used
his New Year’s Day message to
reflect on the hardships experienced in 2018 from the widespread drought to terror which
brought tragedy to some cities.
Crack aged care squad boosts checks
NATASHA BITA
Scott Morrison.
GOVERNMENT inspectors will
swoop on nearly 4000 aged care
homes this year, tripling the
number of surprise inspections.
The federal government’s new
Aged Care Quality and Safety
Commission (ACQSC) will start
work today to boost the number of
surprise spot checks to at least
3869 during 2019. The new watchdog will also set up a “serious
incident response team’’ to protect
nursing home residents from
abuse, assaults and neglect.
The investigative crack squad
will be given new powers.
Aged-care operators reported a
record 3773 cases of physical and
sexual assaults of nursing home
residents to the federal health
department in 2017-18 – one-third
more than in the previous year.
The federal government is now
considering widening the definition of assault to cover financial
abuse, as well as unexplained serious injury and neglect.
The Morrison government has
called a royal commission into
abuse and neglect in aged care and
is calling for public submissions.
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Inside the scene where even drug deaths can’t
Lillian Prieto yesterday.
Teen mum
driver has
no licence
NICK HANSEN
AN ice-addicted teenage mum
who has never held a driver’s
licence was at the wheel of a
ute that ploughed into other
vehicles in a Sydney carpark
and sparked a violent brawl
with police on New Year’s Eve,
a court has heard.
Lillian Prieto, 19, was driving with her four co-accused
on board – Tyson Dellosta, 21,
Jonah Taufua, 21, Solomon Kifooti, 27, and another woman,
24, – when police tried to stop
the allegedly stolen VW
Amarok at Dee Why beach.
Parramatta Bail Court heard
Preito allegedly slammed into
one car, injuring a woman in
the driver’s seat, and damaged
three other vehicles before the
group “decamped” and began
yelling at people. When police
approached, Dellosta allegedly
punched a senior constable in
the head.
A registrar granted Prieto
bail, citing her young age and
lack of criminal history.
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SMUGGLING four caps filled
with powerful party drug
MDMA into the event, the
woman was more than ready
to cut loose. “You want the
high and the charge — it’s a
long day,” she said.
Welcome to Sydney’s
Field Day, where seemingly
nothing is off limits.
The woman who spoke to
The Daily Telegraph said she
used two condoms to hide the
drugs inside her body before
passing sniffer dogs and
police to enter the one-day
festival attended by 28,000
people in The Domain.
And she was just one of
thousands there for one main
reason — to take drugs.
Just days after Joshua Tam
became the fourth person in
as many months to die of a
suspected drug overdose at a
music event in NSW, it quickly became clear that the fatalities have not deterred many
from dicing with death.
Inside the venue, people
openly asked their friends for
cocaine as others reminded
mates to drink plenty of water
as their ecstasy rush kicked in.
Revellers, some dressed in
outrageously revealing clothing, began filtering into The
Domain after midday. The
smell of cannabis soon spread
among the dance floors by
2pm and people could be seen
taking MDMA.
“There are so many people
on so much different stuff,”
one young man said, as a
drug-addled man drawled “I
love you” as he walked past.
There was a heavy police
presence outside but inside
the venue everyone seemed
free to do what they wanted.
Police officers walked
around — posing for photos
and selfies — but no sniffer
dogs could be seen during the
seven hours The Telegraph
was inside. Police inside the
venue admitted they had seen
people under the influence.
As huge crowds descended
on the Centre Field stage to
catch headline acts including
British DJ Duke Dumont and
US rapper Cardi B later in the
day, a smaller number of
festival-goers
surrounded
“Left Field” to immerse themselves in the dance music.
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woman said
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But as another person lost
their life to drugs yesterday
after a suspected overdose at
Beyond the Valley in Victoria,
the woman who boasted of
smuggling in MDMA was not
fazed. “It doesn’t really deter
me, deterrence doesn’t work,
you only have to look at prohibition — where there’s a will
there’s a way,” she said.
She said that MDMA was
rampant at Field Day.
Commonly known as ecstasy, it is taken either in pill
form or crystal form in
capsules. “If you go into the
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It’s not that detectable
— dogs aren’t that reliable.
Field Day reveller
female bathrooms you see all
the condoms (on the floor) and
think holy s …, everybody is on
it,” she said. “People are usually quite subtle, they’ll go into
the bathrooms — you can hear
people snorting.”
She said that the large
police presence outside had
not scared her off sneaking the
party drugs in. “It’s actually not
that detectable — dogs aren’t
that reliable,” she said.
“I smuggle them in, I put
them inside me because I’m
neurotic — you wrap them up
and have two condoms.
“But I have friends who just
put them in their pockets and
walk in. It’s inherently overwhelming for the dogs, because if you think about it,
there’s tens of thousands of
people flocking to the event.”
Although she got in unscathed, others did not. By
10pm police had stopped 150
people for drug offences.
One woman in her 20s told
The Telegraph late last night
that she had swallowed
MDMA caps at 9.30pm, and did
not feel nervous taking them
because there was “not much
police” compared with previous
Field Day events.
She said Josh Tam’s death
had not deterred her from taking drugs: “Not really, personally where I get my stuff from
it’s from people I trust.”
She said she saw one young
woman being carried away by
medical crews at 4.30pm. “Her
body was limp,” she said.
The MDMA one woman said she smuggled in.
Joshua Tam became the
fourth person in as many
months to die of a suspected
drug overdose at a music event
in NSW.
Police again warned revellers to steer clear of drugs in
the lead-up to Field Day.
“There is a clear association
with illicit drug use at those
festivals and the worst outcomes are being seen at times,”
Acting Deputy Commissioner
Mark Walton said.
Inside, people at the medical centre continued to dance
as they waited for their friends
to be treated. Police last night
said four people were taken to
hospital, including one with a
back injury.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian
yesterday indicated she would
not change her view in relation
to pill testing at music festivals.
Ms Berejiklian encouraged
festival-goers to enjoy themselves but warned against taking illegal drugs. “It can have
lethal consequences for you,
your family and for the people
around you … I can’t make my
message stronger than that,”
she said.
Earlier this week, NSW
Labor leader Michael Daley
signalled a shift in his party’s
policy in favour of pill testing
at festivals but the Premier
suggested she would not
budge. Asked whether she
would consider a review of pill
testing, Ms Berejiklian said:
“I don’t believe it’s OK to
normalise drug-taking which is
illegal — it is not the right
thing to do but it’s also such a
lethal hazard.
“As the Premier of this
state, my first and foremost
responsibility is to keep the
community as safe as we can
and I don’t take that responsibility lightly. If there’s anything I can do to protect
human life we’ll do that — but
to give people a false sense of
security that a pill is safe when
it could be safe for them but
absolutely lethal for a friend of
theirs … we don’t believe that is
the right thing to do.”
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DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 2019
$54 million good sports
More than 500,000 families take advantage of Active Kids scheme
EXCLUSIVE
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
FAMILIES saved millions of
dollars on children’s sport last
year, redeeming a combined
$54.3 million in Active Kids
vouchers.
A total of 549,108 vouchers
were downloaded in the first
year of the State Government
scheme, which is geared
towards reducing childhood
obesity and getting more kids
in the game.
Each voucher gives parents
$100 toward registration costs
for any sport for children
aged from four-and-a-half to
18 years old, although some
families did not use the full
voucher value.
The incentive was most
popular in Kiama on the south
coast, the, Sutherland Shire
and Coolamon in the Riverina
region, which were the top
areas for redeeming vouchers.
And while children were
signed up to a range of sports –
everything from gymnastics to
rugby union – traditional
sports such as football, netball,
and swimming were still the
pick of choice for many.
Of vouchers downloaded,
29 per cent were for children
aged eight to 10, 25 per cent
were for kids aged 11-13, while
54 per cent were used for boys.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian
said it was clear the program
had been a “huge success” in
just its first year.
“We have made it a priority
to reduce childhood overweight and obesity rates in
NSW and now with Active
Kids we have almost half of all
school-enrolled kids enjoying
the benefits of exercise,”
Ms Berejiklian said. “I want to
see even more families take advantage of the vouchers.”
Sport Minister Stuart Ayres
said parents could register online for the program this year.
“Active kids are happy and
healthy kids and this program
means that every child in the
state has the opportunity to be
fit and active,” Mr Ayres said.
There are 9600 approved
Active Kids providers across
the state. A new $100 Creative
Kids rebate, for activities such
as music, language, performing
arts and coding, is also due to
come online this month.
Active Kids is one of more
than 40 State Government
cost-of-living measures.
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TESTING TIMES SOMETHING TO PINK ABOUT
BEN HORNE
AN Australian cricketer joked
there seemed to be a new
prime minister every time
they arrived for their annual
visit at Kirribilli House — but
Scott Morrison could say the
same about the national team.
It has changed beyond
recognition in the year since
then-captain Steve Smith
knocked on Malcolm
Turnbull’s door last summer.
But 2018’s political battles
and on-field scandals were so
last year, as the Australian and
Indian cricket teams gathered
as guests of a relaxed PM.
There’s been no love lost
between opposing captains
Tim Paine and Virat Kohli this
summer but yesterday they
addressed the crowd,
featuring Pink Test
ambassador Glenn McGrath,
with grace and warmth.
During the last Test,
Australian captain Paine had
sledged Indian wicketkeeper
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1969, two years after he lost an
eye in a car accident. Their
name was inspired by Sawyer’s
eye patch, and a reference to
Peter Pan villain Captain Hook.
Sawyer left the band in 1981
to pursue a solo career, but
went on to spend much of his
later years touring with a spinoff group named Dr Hook
featuring Ray Sawyer. He retired just three years ago.
The gathering at Kirribilli
House came just hours after
partners of Australia’s
cricketers came together to
promote the Pink Test, which
begins tomorrow and raises
money for the McGrath
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DR HOOK WALKS RIGHT ON
THE distinctive singer with
1970s rock band Dr Hook and
the Medicine Show, eyepatched, cowboy hat wearing
Ray Sawyer died on New Year’s
Eve aged 81 after a brief illness.
Best known for songs such
as Walk Right In and When
You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman, the American
band had hits across the world.
Sawyer joined the band in
Rishabh Pant that he could do
with him at the Hobart
Hurricanes. Not just to play in
the BBL, but to babysit his
two kids.
Yesterday, Paine’s wife
Bonnie posted a photo on
Instagram featuring Pant and
her brood, saying “best
babysitter ever”.
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Sawyer.
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DEPRESSION-era cost savings
in building the Australian War
Memorial could hamper its makeover, with sections of the heritage
building found to be propped up
by sticks and stones.
Surveyors will soon begin work
on the $500 million renovation to
increase the capacity for a range of
contemporary exhibitions related
to more recent military missions.
It will include spectacular glass
atriums and a new Anzac Hall.
But a recent, modest makeover
revealed structural weaknesses as
a result of shortcuts taken when
the Memorial was built in the
1930s. “I kid you not things were
being propped up with bricks and
sticks and once the sandstone
came away we realised it was
relatively thin and very cheap
building materials used behind it,”
director Dr Brendan Nelson told
The Daily Telegraph.
“We can’t put heavy stuff in the
memorial unless it is on the
ground floor because the building
was built on the cheap.
“So what we are going to do is
reinforce these areas.”
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NICK HANSEN
BRA Boys member Jai Abberton said he had “turned his life
around” for the good of his
child, a day after handing himself into police on New Year’s
Eve over an alleged bail breach.
Abberton (pictured) was
charged over a violent home
invasion in South Coogee in
2017 but has been out on bail
awaiting trial since August.
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wanted to get arrested so he
could appear before a magistrate and have his reporting
conditions altered.
The court heard Abberton
had been trying to move to the
Central Coast to live with his
aunt since his release. But Ms
Kiely said the Christmas break
meant he was unable to
change his bail conditions. Abberton thanked a court registrar as she approved his bail.
“Thank you your honour,
you’re not going to see me in
the courts again for this,” Abberton said. “I’ve had a child
and turned my life around.”
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AN off-duty doctor tried in
vain to revive a man who was
found face-down in the water
at Clovelly Beach early yesterday afternoon.
It is believed people thought
the 34-year-old was simply
snorkelling before realising he
was unconscious. The doctor
helped lifesavers and police
pull the man out of the water
before carrying out CPR until
paramedics arrived.
NSW Ambulance Chief
Superintendent Ian Johns said
it was unknown how long the
man had been in the water but
nothing could be done to save
him. “He was unresponsive to
treatment and died at the
scene,” he said.
The man had been at the
beach with another male but it
was not known if they were
from Sydney or tourists.
T1 North Shore
T4 Cronulla
T8 South
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
& HENRY LYNCH
SYDNEY’S 165-year-old rail
network was still recovering
late yesterday after what
authorities
described
as
“freak weather” left New
Year’s Eve revellers stranded.
Sydney
Trains
CEO
Howard Collins said services
were “just getting back to
normal” about 1pm yesterday
— although commuters were
still reporting delays and
cancellations, and much
confusion, as late as 7pm.
Up to 1000 lightning
strikes had hit the network at
seven sites during Monday
night’s storms, destroying
DRYING OUT IS IN
“DRY January” really does work because
it focuses on positive ideas of good health
rather than negative messages about
drinking too much.
A UK research project found those who
give up alcohol for the weeks after New
Year are inspired by the benefits in fitness,
better mental health and good sleep – and
not by grave warnings of the damage alcohol can do. “It allows people to … feel as
if they are better fulfilling their potential,”
chief author Dr Henry Yeomans said.
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vital pieces of rail infrastructure in places such as Central,
Flemington, Gordon and
Casula — causing service
cancellations and delays of up
to 3½ hours on the busiest
night of the year.
Many travellers labelled
the situation “a disgrace” but
for some it was deja vu after a
similar incident last January
when lightning strikes caused
extensive delays across the
Sydney network.
After the New Year’s Eve
pandemonium,
passengers
were yesterday still being
warned to expect delays on
five lines as staff worked to repair signal boxes that had
been directly hit by lightning.
Even Sydney Trains staff
were caught in the confusion,
with reports of one train driver turning up only to be told
by platform staff that the
service had been cancelled.
Mr Collins said services
were expected to be running
regularly today.
He said at the height of the
storms — as several cells
rolled across Sydney — a
“vital crossing” was lost for
40 minutes at Central
Station, where “staff, in
the storm, tried to
chase the cable”.
After the midnight
fireworks,
crowds
packed into Central,
Town Hall and
Wynyard stations
waiting for trains
that were either
Having one
line down affects
a huge chunk ...
Premier Gladys Berejiklian
late or did not arrive. Police
were called in to help
contain the overflow.
Despite the state
government urging
revellers to use public
transport, they will
not be compensated
for the chaotic
end to their
night.
Premier
Gladys
Berejiklia
n yesterday said
s h e
could
understand “how
frustrated
Mum wins $2.6 million Monopoly property
PHOEBE LOOMES
Samantha Bolton.
A CAMPBELLTOWN mum
has landed on the ultimate
Monopoly real estate, winning
a $2.6 million Melbourne apartment in a Block-themed special
edition of the board game.
Samantha Bolton, from
Woodbine near Campbelltown
in Sydney’s southwest won the
St Kilda apartment from a
golden ticket in the Monopoly
— The Block Special Edition
game bought for $89.
Regular Monopoly retails
for about $25 but inside each
edition of the promo game was
a “golden ticket” with a code to
put the purchaser in the running to win a property featured
on the show.
“I have to keep pinching
myself. I haven’t won anything
since the lolly jar competition
in grade two. I am just overwhelmed. It’s incredible and
life changing,” the mother of
five said. “Our family are massive fans of The Block, but never
in a million years did I think
we’d win.”
Host of the long-running
series Scott Cam said it was a
win for all.
“When I heard that the winner was a true-blue Aussie battler from the suburbs I couldn’t
have been happier,” he said.
“This year’s Blockheads put
their heart and soul into creating this magnificent property
and Samantha will go down ...
as its proud owner.”
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CITY’S TEARS
Boozed-up
driver had
kids in car
A SYDNEY man faces a highrange drink-driving charge
after allegedly blowing 0.168
early yesterday morning – with
three children in the car.
Police stopped the car
driving without headlights
on Kentwell Rd, Allambie
Heights, about 1.45am. As well
as the 48-year-old driver, a
woman and children aged 2, 9
and 10 were also in the car.
The driver allegedly returned a
high-range alcohol reading
and is due to face Manly Local
Court on February 6.
The incident occurred just
hours before police swung into
action, targeting drivers who
might potentially have alcohol
still in their systems from the
previous night’s festivities.
And the new year road toll
got off to a tragic early start
when a man was killed near
Casino about 2.45am.
Police said the car left the
road, hit an electrical supply
box and rolled. One female
passenger escaped but the car
caught fire with a man and the
female driver trapped inside.
Police were able to pull the
driver from the flames but
were unable to reach the man.
Citizenship
strip bid in
dual doubt
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Central Station after ligh
lightning
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ail network well
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commuters were getting
home” but ruled out giving
them their money back.
She said “freak weather”
coupled with bumper crowds
put enormous pressure on the
network. “There will be
occasions always in the future
when freak incidents bring
down a rail line but it
shouldn’t bring down an entire
network and that’s what we’re
building towards,” she said.
Ms Berejiklian said the
government’s $20 billion Police and rail staff plead for patience in the pandemonium.
Sydney Metro rail project,
Mr Collins also said the
which allows the separation down a rail line, unfortunately
of rail lines, would help “un- it impacts more than just one Sydney Metro would give his
line so having one rail line agency “another arrow in our
tangle” the rail network.
“What happens now is down affects a huge chunk of armoury to get trains through
the centre of town underwhen a lightning strike brings the network,” she said.
ground”. “Overhead powerlines are always vulnerable to
lightning and we saw some
mega storms last night,” he
said. Mr Collins apologised to
commuters but said Sydney
Trains staff had “tried to do
the best we can”.
One frustrated commuter
said that the situation was a
“complete train meltdown”.
Another wrote on social
media that a guard at Lindfield train station told waiting
travellers to stretch their legs,
despite pouring rain. And a
train driver heading into the
city about 5am advised the
journey would take longer
than usual because the network was “in shambles”.
Troubled tower built on bedrock
SUGAR DADDY WOMAN ‘A BLOODY IDIOT’
THE father of the Irish
woman at the centre of
Nationals MP Andrew
Broad’s
sugar
daddy
scandal has denied his
daughter attempted to
blackmail the politician.
But while defending
Amy Keating, the Irish
national’s dad admitted she
had acted like a “bloody
eejit” (idiot).
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It comes after the
Telegraph
last
week
revealed the Hong Kongbased Ms Keating sent Mr
Broad a text asking him to
pay $1450 within 24 hours,
otherwise threatening to go
to the media.
Ms Keating’s dad said
she would never resort to
blackmail and was “not a
lady of the night by any
manner or means”.
He said Ms Keating had
a masters degree in
education and was working
in Hong Kong after being
transferred there by her
company.
“She has made many a
mistake,” he told Ireland’s
Independent newspaper. “I
thought she was a bloody
eejit. An absolute idiot.”
Opposition Leader Michael
Daley said it was an “international embarrassment”.
“The people of Sydney
who came to watch the fireworks have a simple question: What the hell went
wrong? Why can’t Sydney
just get it right on the biggest
night of the year?” he said.
“Eighteen hours in now
and there are still services
cancelled, the system still
hasn’t recovered. How can
the rail system in Sydney receive a knock and just go into
meltdown and not recover?”
Acting
NSW
Police
deputy commissioner Mark
Walton yesterday thanked
passengers for their patience.
AUSTRALIA’S bid to strip
citizenship from an alleged
Islamic State recruiter has
been thrown into doubt, with
Fiji reportedly saying he is not
one of its citizens.
The government revoked
Neil Prakash’s citizenship believing he is a dual national, as
his father was Fijian. However,
the governmentt can
cannot revoke
single Austra-p
lian citizenship
d
as that would
n
leave a person
stateless.
Fiji Immi-gration Depart-ment directorr
Nemani Vuni-waqa said Prakash (pictured)
was not one of its citizens. “He
was born in Australia and has
acquired Australian citizenship
since birth,” he told The Fiji
Sun. Home Affairs was last
night unable to officially confirm whether or not Prakash
was a Fijian citizen.
Prakash is in Turkey on trial
accused of being a member of
Islamic State, after being
caught there in October 2016.
Amy Keating.
THE developer behind the troubled
Opal Tower says it has been given
advice that the building’s foundations
are not the cause of the damage that
has forced hundreds of residents out of
their homes.
Developer Ecove yesterday said it
was confident there was no issue with
the 38-storey building’s foundations
“as they are built on shale bedrock,
which is common in Sydney ... The
builder has advised that there is no
relationship between the building
foundations and what has occurred”.
About 300 people were evacuated
from the tower on Christmas Eve after
some residents reported they heard
“cracking noises” and the building
shifted about 2mm.
On Monday night the building’s
engineers announced they had found
more cracks.
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Jessica Stasinowsky
and Valerie Parashumti — dubbed
the lesbian vampire
killers — drugged and bashed housemate Stacey Mitchell with a concrete block
because she annoyed them.
Stasinowsky
then
wrapped a dog chain around
her neck and, after she died,
the pair kissed each other
over her body. The shocking
murder in Perth made headlines around the world.
Stasinowsky and her lover
Parashumti were sentenced to
life imprisonment with a
minimum of 24 years for murdering the 16-year-old on December 18, 2006. A court
heard they recorded the murder on a mobile phone camera, before shoving Ms
Mitchell’s body into a wheelie
bin. The pair were separated
from each other in 2009 after
it was found they had continued their relationship in jail.
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The Melbourne
suburb of Windsor was home to
one of the city’s
most
intriguing
murderers
— Frederick Bailey
Deeming.
He murdered his
Jessica
Je
essica
Stasinowsky. first wife
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and four
children in
the UK in
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alias Albert WillValerie Paige
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iams, he emigrated to
Melbourne in December
1891 with his new wife Emily.
The pair rented a house in
Windsor and, on the same
day, Deeming bought cement and tools from a store
under the name Mr Drewn.
Emily Williams was murdered by her husband, on
Christmas Day 1891, buried
under the fireplace and covered in concrete. Deeming
then disappeared.
Less than three months
later, the smell led to the discovery of the body. Police
soon realised Deeming’s
real name and established
communication with authorities in England, who informed
them
that
Deeming’s first wife
and four children
were murdered and
also buried under the
fireplace.
Deeming was discovered later with a
new girlfriend he intended to marry, Kate
Rounsefell, and another identity as the
aristocratic Baron
Swanston in Sydney.
He was captured in
Western Australia
and extradited to Victoria.
After his arrest he wrote a
book claiming he was responsible for the Whitechapel
murders committed by Jack
the Ripper in London in the
late 1880s. London police
were unconvinced, as it
wasn’t thought that Deeming
was in England at the time.
Deeming’s trial in Melbourne lasted three days and
he was found guilty and
hanged on May 24, 1892, at
Old Melbourne Gaol.
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It was a surprisingly
surreal image that
confronted Monash
University econometrics lecturer Brett Inder
as he opened the classroom
door after hearing gunshot.
“It was actually a fairly
quiet scene there were a couple of people who were just
sitting in their chairs who’d
obviously been shot dead,”
Prof Inder recalled.
“And (there were) a few
people lying on the floor
who had been shot and
were seriously injured.”
It was during a tutorial about 11.15am
on October 21,
2002,
when
Chinese-born
Monash honours
student
Huan
Yun
Xiang killed two
people
and
wounded four.
Lecturer Lee
Gordon-Brown
was running a
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class when Xiang — suffering paranoid delusions —
unleashed 16 rounds from a
semiautomatic handgun.
“You never understand
me!” Xiang yelled as he fired,
before the wounded Dr Gordon-Brown and tutor, Alastair Boast, pounced on him.
Prof Inder said he was
surprised at the number of
handguns Xiang had hidden.
“That was a bit of a shock
to us. That was a pretty scary
moment, to think ‘S---, this
could have been really ugly’.”
Xiang will remain locked
away until at least 2024.
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Yonky Irvin Tan paid
two men $10,000 to
attack Sydney accountant Dominic Li
telling them he wanted his
victim’s face to be disfigured
so he looked “like a pig”.
Li, 45, died three weeks
after hydrochloric acid was
poured over his face in front
of his wife on December 13,
2002 at their home in Concord in Sydney’s west.
The attack was not supposed to be fatal, but had been
aimed at flushing out Mr Li’s
brother-in-law, who was in
hiding over a large debt.
Justice Derek Price ordered the 42-year-old married man and father, from
the Central Coast, to spend
the rest of his life behind
bars. He described the killing
as “an act of barbarity to contract others to grotesquely
disfigure a man against
whom there was no grievance, solely to provide an example to another”.
On Tan’s “cruel” instructions and for a share of
$10,000, the two men went
to Mr Li’s house pretending
to deliver a parcel. They
were later acquitted following doubts over identity.
Mr Price said Tan had
asked Mr Li’s brother-in-law
Phillip Ma to gamble money
for him and another man, for
which Mr Ma would receive
a commission. The judge
said Mr Li was not involved
in the money-laundering nor
in Ma’s loss of it.
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A war between the
Comancheros
and
the Hells Angels
boiled over at Sydney
Airport in March 2009.
Former boss Mick Hawi
and four other Comancheros
had boarded a flight from
Melbourne to Sydney. Hells
Angels chapter president
Derek Wainohu was also on
board. When the plane land-
ed each gang called for reinforcements. The wild brawl
in front of horrified travellers
claimed the life of Peter Zervas’ brother, 29-year-old Anthony Zervas.
Fourteen people were
charged with the murder —
11 Comanchero and two
Hells Angels, including
Hawi. Just days after the attack, Hawi banned the wearing of Comanchero club
colours and riding of motorcycles in a bid to curb the escalating bikie violence.
But Hawi’s call for calm
among bikie gangs was ignored when Peter Zervas
was shot as he arrived at his
mother’s home nine days
after the airport brawl.
More than two years after
the airport brawl, Hawi was
found guilty of murdering
Anthony Zervas, while the 13
others were found not guilty.
Sentenced to at least 21
years, Hawi had to give up
the presidency of the
Comanchero club he had
held since the age
of 22. But the murder conviction was
overturned after
Hawi won his
appeal
and
p l e a d e d
guilty
to
m a n slaughter
and affray.
Hawi was
released in
May 2015 but
was
gunned
down outside a
Rockdale gym
on February 15
2018.
Victim
m
Dominic Li.
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Poor Kevin’s in denial
Our former prime minister Kevin Rudd plays victim in 240-word missives, peddling
paranoia and poppycock to his ‘woke’ echo chamber one tweet at a time
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Kevin Rudd’s claim
that Rupert Murdoch
‘owns 70 per cent of
the newspapers in this
country’ is false
e need to talk about
Kevin. How did a former prime minister
transform so quickly
and effortlessly into a
common Twitter troll dispensing
the type of trashy takes you
would expect from a not-toobright-first-year-arts-student?
Relevance deprivation syndrome must be intolerable for
an apparent narcissist like
Kevin Rudd who still believes,
despite all available evidence,
that he is the smartest man in
the room, any room.
To understand just how
desperate Rudd is for any sort of
acknowledgment and applause, then
look no further than his behaviour at
last month’s Labor Party conference
in Adelaide.
Rudd, along with former prime
ministers Paul Keating and Julia Gillard, was granted life membership of
the ALP. Neither Keating nor Gillard,
who actually live in Australia, bothered to show up to accept the honour.
Gillard lives only 10 minutes away
from the conference venue and could
have walked there but chose to stay
away.
But New York resident Rudd, desperate for attention and applause,
was there to take to the stage and
give a speech in which he barely
mentioned his fellow life members
but railed, at length, as usual,
against Rupert Murdoch.
Bizarrely, parts of the speech
were directed to Murdoch himself, like some sad love letter
written by a scorned former
admirer.
“We don’t accept your
ideology and your commercial interests, we actually revile against them,” Rudd
said.
“Here’s the simple message I have for Rupert Murdoch, from citizen Rudd: you
don’t own Australia. Murdoch doesn’t have Australia as
his own personal belonging.”
It must have been devastating for Rudd that in front of the
party faithful his obtuse lines
earned only modest applause.
Even Rudd’s cheap potshots at “little Joshy (Frydenburg)” and “Abbott
wanting to go the biff” barely raised a
laugh. Some Labor stalwarts claim
that Keating and Gillard’s absence
was due to their reluctance to be in
the same venue as Kevin 07.
Politics is a brutal game but it’s
rare to see a man so apparently despised by his own side.
Even to this day there are no shortage of Labor insiders willing to spill
the beans on the man who led them to
a landslide victory before disintegrating in spectacular fashion and being
knocked off by Gillard.
Rudd’s attention seeking is currently manifesting itself in a number
of increasingly hysterical tweets
slamming Murdoch and News Corporation (publisher of The Daily
Telegraph).
“Wonderful to see the Murdoch
boys at work in all Sunday papers in a
nationwide puff-piece on their poster
boy Dutton. The man who boycotted
the Apology to appeal to racists. And
was supposed to be Murdoch’s man in
the Lodge. Now they’re trying to rehabilitate him & save his seat,” Rudd
tweeted on Sunday afternoon.
That was Rudd’s hyperbolic response to an exclusive interview obtained by a leading female journalist,
Renee Viellaris. In his wackadoodle
worldview Rudd must think that Rupert himself directs each journalist,
columnist and editor to push a particular agenda. That is the stuff of lunatic Left fantasy, not the sort of
commentary you’d expect from a
man who desperately wants to be
seen as an elder statesman.
Pandering to the woke clowns of
Twitter might earn him a few worthless retweets and likes from nobodies
but it is also contributing to the trashing of whatever remains of his legacy.
Last August Rudd wrote an errorriddled rant in the Fairfax papers
about the “Murdoch Mafia” that one
imagines he wrote while wearing a
tinfoil hat. In a column heavy on
madcap conspiracy theories and light
on verifiable facts, Rudd again lashed
out wildly to explain his own demise.
“What’s unique about Australia is
Murdoch owns two-thirds of the
country’s print media. No other
democracy has anything approaching
his effective media monopoly,” Rudd
wrote. That, of course, is patently untrue. That Rudd would repeat such an
absurd falsehood in print tells you
plenty about the mindset of a man incapable of owning his own failures.
News Corp does not own 70 per
cent of papers, it owns about 23 per
cent of newspaper titles, a fact confirmed by the Rudd government ordered Finkelstein Media Review.
However, News Corp does have
about 60 per cent of circulation because our papers are popular and people choose to buy them. That is quite a
distinction, Mr Rudd, one that even
Leftist publication The Conversation
called you out on in 2013.
“Kevin Rudd’s claim that Rupert
Murdoch ‘owns 70 per cent of the
newspapers in this country’ is false,”
The Conversation’s fact checking site
concluded.
And, far for Murdoch papers sinking your prime ministership, Mr
Rudd, it was your own incompetence
and toxic treatment of colleagues that
resulted in you being booted from
office as a first-term PM.
Indeed, most of the “Murdoch papers’’ that Rudd
rails against endorsed him
in election editorials in
2007 — but that doesn’t fit
his conspiracy theory. The
truth is that no politician
has ever tried so hard to
ingratiate himself with
News Corporation and no
politician has displayed
greater signs of Murdoch
Derangement Syndrome
after being belatedly rejected, first by his colleagues
and then by the Australian
people.
Of course it suits Rudd to
paint himself as a victim of
some grand conspiracy rather than
accept the fact that he was knifed by
his own side because they had grown
to loathe him and had lost faith in his
ability to govern.
Rita Panahi is a Daily Telegraph columnist.
rita.panahi@news.com.au
@ritapanahi
There will be challenges but bring on a new year
H
ow time flies! One year gone,
another started. We can’t
change the past but we can
learn from experience and develop a
better Australia and a better world.
Many issues — international affairs, defence even tax policy — are
beyond our influence, except perhaps
when we vote at election time.
For most of us, it is the issues closer
to home that affect our levels of confidence: the cost of living, utility charges, petrol prices and, of course, access
to services such as health care, education and access to quality aged care.
Because of unsatisfactory parliamentary representation in Canberra,
I have noticed more of the community becoming focused on their own affairs, looking more inward than
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outward. The issue I would like constructively advanced this year is better recognition of Australia’s First
People, our indigenous community.
This will mean some give and take
by all involved, but it is important.
Australia has a cultural history of
which we should be proud.
Many of the indigenous community are successful individuals; doctors,
lawyers, teachers, musicians, artists,
sports people — the list goes on.
But so much attention focuses on
areas of our indigenous community
where there are issues to overcome
and be resolved. So many have tried
over many years since 1972 but without the success we might all hope for.
Indigenous Australians are overrepresented in our jails with a recidivism rate at 64 per cent, indicating
that incarceration is not working for
those members of our First Peoples.
I know you cannot change the
world overnight and many mistakes
were made years ago with some wellintended actions more recently. But
we must not give up.
We have addressed marriage
equality, we have tried to tackle child
abuse we have given recognition and
relief to those with disabilities and
their carers through the NDIS.
As a country we have a strong record of being socially generous and
caring and now we need to extend that
bipartisanship to our First Peoples.
Finally, despite the instances of
bad behaviour we have seen in so
many areas over the past few years,
we must be careful we do not overregulate in an attempt to stop abuse.
As an example consider our road
rules. Most drivers abide by them but
a small percentage do not and innocent people can be impacted.
The same accountability holds
true for businesses and company
boards. Boards must be held accountable for bad practices.
I saw the former head of my Department of Premier and Cabinet, Elizabeth Proust, at the weekend
playing the gender card over the
standing down of the AMP chair
Catherine Brenner for the failure of
governance within the company.
Tough? Maybe but when companies are dealing with customers, their
interests come first, then shareholders.
Proust should demand the highest
standards regardless of gender; to use
the gender argument as an excuse for
bad behaviour is unacceptable.
This year I hope we see a rebalancing within our society of the way
some corporations and their employees behave. I believe that cannot be
brought about by more rules and regulations, but by the culture set by
leaders of businesses and even our
political leaders.
Jeff Kennett is a former premier of Victoria.
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PYONGYANG: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has warned the
US not to test his patience as he
trains his sights on more highstakes nuclear talks.
The belligerent despot — who
had in recent months toned down
his anti-Western diatribes — said
yesterday he was ready to meet
with US President Donald Trump
again and renewed his commitment to denuclearisation. But he
warned he would change direction if sanctions continued.
In an annual New Year’s Day
address, Mr Kim (left) said North
Korea however would have “no
option but to explore a new path
in order to protect our sovereignty” if the US “miscalculates
our people’s patience, forces
something upon us and pursues
sanctions and pressure without
keeping a promise it made in
front of the world”.
He called for an end to joint
military drills between the US and
South Korea and said no strategic
military assets should be brought
on to the Korean peninsula.
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rescue workers were last
night desperately trying to
get to as many as 40 people
trapped in the rubble of a
Russian apartment block
after an explosion that
killed at least seven.
The blast is thought to
have been caused by a gas
leak and damaged 48
apartments, partially
collapsing a nine-storey
building in Magnitogorsk on
Monday, an industrial city in
the Urals some 1700km
east of Moscow.
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temperatures of -22C to
locate people trapped
under the debris.
Emergencies Minister
Yevgeny Zinichev said there
were thought to be
between 36 and 40 people
under the rubble. “We are
working carefully because
there is a risk that the
building will collapse,” Mr
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A TV boss in Iran has been
fired after inadvertently airing
a Jackie Chan sex scene.
Viewers on Iran’s Kish Island were shocked when state
broadcaster
IRIB
showed the martial arts
superstar
(pictured)
having sex with a prostitute in one of his
films, breaching slip
tight censorship rules.
That is far beyond
the usual limits in Iran,
where men and women
are not even allowed to shake
hands on screen.
“These scenes, which are in
total contradiction with the
principles of IRIB, has ultimat-
ely led to the dismissal and
reprimand of some of the employees,” the semi-official
ISNA news agency said.
IRIB TV presenter Reza Rashidpoor joked on his
morning talk show
that the controversy
could have been avoided if IRIB had included
a caption saying Chan
was married to the
actor playing the
prostitute.
He was referring to
a program that aired last week
in which IRIB added a caption
to say a couple holding hands
on screen were married in
real life.
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On Sunday he also wrote a letter to South Korean President
Moon Jae-in, in which he said he
wanted to meet Mr Moon more
frequently this year in order to
push forward their talks on
“peace and prosperity”.
Mr Trump (right) and Mr Kim
held a historic summit in Singapore in June, at which the North
Korean leader said he was committed to denuclearisation.
But while South and North
Korea have continued to mend
their relations over the past year,
denuclearisation negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington appear to have stalled.
Mr Trump said in December
that he expected to meet Mr Kim
again early next year, though no
date has been set, while North
Korea has not taken any clear
steps towards dismantling its nuclear weapons program.
Pyongyang also warned last
month that a fresh round of sanctions imposed by the US could
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TOKYO: A man has deliberately ploughed his car into a
crowd celebrating New Year’s
Eve, injuring nine people,
one seriously.
Police said Kazuhiro Kusakabe, 21, drove
into Takeshita St in
Tokyo’s fashion district of Harajuku just
after midnight with an
“intent to murder”.
Kusakabe
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police he was acting in
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death penalty” without giving
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Kusakabe hit a total of eight
people and assaulted another
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small vehicle (pictured) with a
smashed front and paramedics
carrying people on stretchers
into ambulances.
“It is a shock. Really
scary, isn’t it?” one bystander said.
Police immediately
cordoned off the street,
which was packed with
people celebrating the
new year.
One college student
suffered serious injuries
during the attack and was undergoing surgery, police said.
Kusakabe was arrested on
suspicion of attempted murder, police said.
JAKARTA: Rescuers were yesterday searching for survivors
after a landslide triggered by
heavy rain left at least two people dead and dozens missing in
western Indonesia.
The landslide occurred
shortly before sunset on Monday in West Java province.
Search and rescue teams have
found two people dead and are
scouring the area for at least 41
missing people, according to
the national disaster agency.
Pouring rain, electricity cuts
and rough roads were preventing heavy machinery from accessing the area in Sukabumi
regency, agency spokesman
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WHERE ARE
THEY NOW?
S
imone Buchanan is more likely
to be found behind the
camera than in front of it
these days.
She hasn’t given up acting,
it is just the path the 50-year-old’s
career has taken her.
Having started as a child actor
playing Mary Anne in iconic 1979
Australian film, My Brilliant Career,
2019 marks Buchanan’s fourth
decade in the industry.
“I have not given up acting but I
don’t really have this urgency to
always be in front of the camera,”
Buchanan told Confidential. “I have
always done it, I guess. You see young
people coming up desperate to be in
front of the camera, I just don’t have
that kind of need, thank God. I forget
a lot of it, it feels like a lifetime ago.”
Name an Aussie TV show from the
80s, 90s and noughties and
Buchanan has probably made an
appearance.
ABC kids series Secret Valley was
Buchanan’s first ongoing TV gig,
followed by spots on Runaway Island,
A Country Practice, GP, All Saints,
Water Rats, Blue Heelers, McLeod’s
Daughters and Neighbours.
Her younger sister Beth was also
in Secret Valley while older brother
Miles was a familiar face on Aussie TV
throughout the 80s.
Playing Debbie Kelly on Hey Dad!
is one of Buchanan’s best known
roles. Buchanan later supported costar and fellow former child actor
Sarah Monahan over allegations of
inappropriate sexual behaviour
against actor Robert Hughes, who
played their TV father Martin Kelly on
the show.
Hollywood was never a driving
force for Buchanan, although she
came close in award-winning local
flick, Shame, which also starred
Deborra-lee Furness and was an
indie hit in the US.
“I was contracted to Hey Dad! and
Deb rang me and told me to come
over but I couldn’t,” she recalled. “She
did really well over there through
Shame. I got a phone call from a really
big producer over there who was
casting for a big film saying they’d
been looking at girls for months and
couldn’t find anyone. He had just
watched Shame and offered me the
lead role in a big Hollywood film. But
they wouldn’t let me out of my
contract for Hey Dad! so I didn’t end
up going. I never really felt the urge to
chase it and then I had a family.”
She added: “I’ve always said I
would go over if I got something off
the back of something I was doing
here but I don’t ever want to go over
and sit and waitress and audition and
wait.”
Buchanan’s most recent acting job
was starring alongside Steve Bisley,
Ernie Dingo, John Jarratt and Hugh
Sheridan in Boar.
She grew up in Sydney and now
teaches acting in Melbourne, as well
as working as a director for
Neighbours, a full circle move of sorts
considering she played recurring
character Samantha Fitzgerald on the
TV soap from 2008 to 2010.
“I’m back there now directing,
which is an interesting twist,” she
explained. “I’m kicking off the
Neighbours year with three eps I
directed airing this week, which is
nice.”
Of directing, she added: “It has
taken me a long time to get my head
around actually. Because I’ve been
acting for so long, it is flipping your
brain to the opposite to what you
know how to do. It is a really technical
thing. Acting is a really creative thing
so I am looking at it from the opposite
end than I have been used to doing.”
Buchanan has two sons — Tane,
20, and eight-year-old Remy.
She would never push either of her
children into entertainment,
observing the industry changes since
she was a kid actor.
“Back then there were less actors,”
she explained. “There wasn’t the
huge competition that there is now.”
Showman Hugh
is riding high
T
HE Greatest Showman
continues to be a winner for
Aussie actor Hugh Jackman.
The Hollywood star took to
Twitter to share his excitement at
the album soundtrack for the
blockbuster film being ranked the
number one album of 2018 with
5.2 million sales.
est
“Never in my wildest
dreams,” Jackman
wrote on social
media, sharing an
image of the chart
result.
The Greatest
Showman’s nearest
competition came from Drake’s
album, Scorpion, which sold 4.2
million copies, followed by Post
Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys
and Ed Sheeran’s Divide both
registering 3.9 million.
The soundtrack continues to
soar in Australia after 53 weeks on
the ARIA Album chart board with
the final result of the year showing
the album sitting at number four.
Lee’s not so
cracking NYE
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Simone Buchanan (main);
on Hey Dad! (above) and
with brother Miles (left).
EW Year’s Eve wasn’t all it
was cracked up to be for
Bachelorette couple Lee
Elliott and Georgia Love who
welcomed 2019 from an emergency
room after a firework trick
gone wrong.
d
Elliott, 37, suffered
third-degree burns
to his right hand
after attempting to
light a bunch of
sparklers at an
exclusive party.
Love took to Instagram in the
early hours of yesterday morning
sharing a photo of the pair still
dressed to the nines in their
celebratory attire in the emergency
department, with Elliott’s hand
bound in a bandage.
Elliott said he was doing well and
joked that he was “sad my hand
modelling days are behind me’’.
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STARTING a family is on the cards for
Bachelor couple Tim Robards and
Anna Heinrich in 2019.
Married just a few months ago, the
couple say they’re keen to become parents and may start trying later this year.
“A family has always been part of
our life plan,” lawyer Heinrich told
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the year at Catalina in Rose Bay. “It will
probably be towards the end of this year
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Big hits on our
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P
erhaps faintly jealous
of Sydney’s elaborate
and impressive New
Year’s Eve fireworks
display, Mother Nature then decided to hit back
with some fireworks of her own.
As Sydney Trains CEO Howard Collins explained yesterday,
New Year’s Eve revellers were
not aware that their celebrations coincided with the entire
train system being bombarded
with lightning.
“This wasn’t just one lightning strike, this was hundreds of
hits on our overhead wiring, on
the ground below,” Collins said.
The end result of that natural
fireworks downpour was huge
delays for tens of thousands of
commuters, as depicted in Daily
Telegraph photographs taken
throughout Sydney.
Interestingly, while initial
anger was wholly understandable, by mid-yesterday the
mood had somewhat softened.
Sydney residents are familiar
with the basic mathematics of
New Year’s Eve in this city.
They know that putting millions
of people on the streets late at
night will cause delays and
crowding, even in the best possible circumstances.
Many choose to make something of an adventure out of the
evening. After all, if you want a
smooth and seamless New
Year’s night, there is always the
option of staying at home.
Those hundreds of lightning
strikes added to the challenge of
moving so many people, but, as
we have seen from every previous New Year’s Eve in Sydney,
rail outages increased rather
than created travel difficulties.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian,
who simply cannot catch a
break at the moment, yesterday
found herself in political combat
with the weather.
“I appreciate how frustrated
commuters were getting home
but the freak lightning storm,
thunder storm, did bring down
rail lines and the system is recovering,” the Premier said.
“They’ve had a great night
out at a beautiful city, the best
city in the world, and then to be
frustrated on the way home.”
The Premier’s understanding
is accurate, but here is an additional point to consider.
Even if our New Year’s Eve
party people had been told in
advance of likely transport delays, the overwhelming majority
would still have headed for the
harbour and the big show.
It takes far more than a lightning-struck rail system to stop a
Sydney celebration. Nature may
have slowed us down, but our
people still won on the night.
Final twist in summer soap
T
he fourth Test against India begins tomorrow at the SCG,
with Australia a chance to tie a truly compelling series two-all
against India.
A great deal is at stake here. India, resurgent following their
Melbourne victory, have never before won a series in this country.
Aiming to stop them is an Australian batting order yet to score
a century this summer. And in the background will be what coach
Justin Langer describes as our sporting “soap opera”.
All manner of plot twists await, as does a potentially spinfriendly SCG wicket. Bring it on.
Progress on detention
A
s Australia’s budget demonstrates, it often takes
years to repair problems
created by Labor governments.
One of the more vexing has
been the asylum-seeker situation inherited from the wayward governments of Kevin
Rudd and Julia Gillard.
Stopping the boats, as was
successfully achieved in remarkable time by then-Border
Protection Minister and now
Prime Minister Scott Morrison,
was just the first step in a much
longer operation.
But genuine and meaningful
progress is always being made.
Morrison’s Coalition government will announce today that
Victoria’s Maribyrnong Immigration Detention Centre has
been officially closed
Yet this closure will not be
applauded by refugee activists.
That is not how they work.
Minister for Immigration
David Coleman yesterday gave
a quick summary of the good
news on asylum seekers.
“This
government
has
stopped the boats, got the children out of detention, and closed
the once full immigration detention facilities,” he said.
That’s three wins from three.
Thank you for exposing the unfair
treatment of the majority of
electricity users in your editorial
(“Sun shines only on the wealthy”,
1/1/19). It is spot on.
Like so much else associated with
climate/energy policy, solar panel
subsidies were not thought through,
and along with windmill subsidies,
they add to everyone’s power bills
while making no proven difference
to the climate.
Indeed, recent studies show that
the main divers of climate change
are solar and oceanic variations,
with carbon dioxide a minor factor
at best. So not only has renewable
energy increased power costs and
reduced reliability, but it has all
been for nothing.
The sooner our politicians realise
that what they thought was science
was actually green ideology and
greed for taxpayer dollars in
academia and industry, the better
off we will all be.
What should be a matter of
science and engineering has become
a political and ideological issue.
Even more disturbing, it has
morphed into a secular religion, at
times as fanatical as a crusade.
Doug Hurst, Chapman ACT
Fuming over new year
The left side of politics — federal,
state and local - are a conga line of
hypocrites.
They go way beyond the limits of
exaggeration to preach about how
nasty and toxic carbon dioxide is for
the environment. They pillory
anyone who has the temerity to
oppose their cause celebre —
climate change. Yet, they endorse
the enormous contribution of
gunpowder used in the annual
fireworks display, which is made of
75 per cent potassium nitrate (also
called saltpeter) mixed with 15 per
cent charcoal and 10 per cent
sulphur.
Modern fireworks sometimes use
other mixtures such as sulphurless
powder with extra potassium
nitrate.
None of these compounds is
considered good by the left. They
are usually deemed toxic to the
atmosphere on 364 days of the year.
So, what does one make of the left’s
hypocritical crusade that continues
to lose meaning and purpose?
DJ Preece, North Wollongong
Wasteful city ignores state
It distresses me to see the excessive
amount of money squandered by all
levels of government over fireworks.
Sydney and the immediate
greater Sydney areas do not need to
spend this amount continually as if
trying to keep up with the Joneses.
Surely we could cut down the
cost and instead spend some of that
money in areas like the burns unit in
hospitals, more training and staff for
professional essential emergency
services, building new catchment
areas, completing a long-term
election promise, including our rural
neighbours’ needs, just to name a
few.
The money is for all of the state,
not just Sydney or Parramatta. I’d
like to see some balance and less
waste, regardless of how much
revenue the New Year’s fireworks
display estimates to bring in.
Think beyond the CBDs, achieve
real goals, and include the whole
state.
K Baker, Engadine
20 years
jail for
dealing
in death
And a young woman who
will also be heading to the event
said: “I’m sure there’s a bunch
of people going to do (drugs).
THE drug peddler who sold
You can definitely tell when
festival-goer Joshua Tam the
people are on them — I think
pills that may have killed him
mainly these days it’s MDMA
could be the first person jailed
or coke. I just drink until I’m
for 20 years under NSW’s
”
MATTHEW BENNS, DERRICK
KRUSCHE & MARK MORRI
Yesterday’s report.
Put safety
concerns
above fads
Many young Australians dance
to and follow the Pied Piper’s
tune — beards, tattoos, trendy
fashion clothes and haircuts.
It’s become a reality many
festival-goers and others enjoy.
They even suffer the effects of
illegal substances.
Drugs such as MDMA,
cocaine, cannabis, ice and
coloured pills of uncertain
content are now in common
use. Drinking beer in pubs is
costly and not always
fashionable.
The illegal drug trade is a big
money-making business for
suppliers, dealers and pushers.
Takers of dangerous
substances know the risks and
dangers to self and friends.
Pill testing may warn of
dangers.
Police, sniffer dogs and
penalties also warn and assist
in the fight against drugs.
Information campaigns,
education, self-discipline, and
drug counselling all assist in
prevention.
It may be idealistic but it‘s
best to enjoy the festivals and
friendships in safer
environments with your mind
and actions under your own
control.
This takes personal will
power and foresight, however.
R. Brown, Ballina
Don’t pamper drug users
One minute the media complains
about the “nanny state” and the
next they want the government to
take action.
What action should the
government take? Employ body
guards for every person who goes to
drug-infested music festivals?
Here’s an idea —let the concertgoers take responsibility for their
own pitiful lives. If they ingest illicit
and illegal drugs, that’s their
business. They are not two-yearolds. They are adults. If they suffer
the consequences, that is their
choice and their choice alone.
R. Jackson, Maroubra
Catch ‘em young
Nothing makes my blood boil more
than these law-breaking, selfindulgent, illegal pill-popping,
bunch of people.
Taking illicit drugs is breaking
the law. If you need to take a pill to
get a high, then “Houston, we have a
problem”.
Instead of teaching our kids the
“safe schools program”, introduce
into the curriculum the dangers of
drug taking, including where these
drugs are made, by whom and
where you will end up if you take
them.
Janice Russell, Malua Bay
Parents can volunteer
Why do people expect any
government to provide free pilltesting services at “for profit” music
festivals? How much of taxpayers’
money is already spent cleaning up
the consequences of reckless
behaviour? Why are the muchlauded “start-ups” we hear about
not entering this (mine) field? Let
the concerned parents jump in and
volunteer to do the job.
John Sutherland, Couridjah
Stop patronising evil
It’s terrible that our kids are dying
because evil people are selling them
drugs.
These are not music festivals,
they are “drug fests”. The music is
the backdrop to supplying the drugs
— at least, that’s what I think. I
could be wrong. Testing is OK but I
don’t think it will work. It goes back
to the parents. Children have to be
continually guided every inch of the
way. That’s our job as parents.
Take them to Woodford or the
next folk festival. The live music is
fabulous and there is always a
separate festival for kids. There are
great children’s folk festivals every
year and parents can take their kids
to it. They have all sorts of great
activities for kids and “tweenagers”.
Sonia Bennett, Sydney
Results of wrong policy
In today’s market, with builders
acting like and behaving like
politicians, it is no wonder there is
no confidence, and to matters worse,
there is a shortage of truly qualified
people doing the building works.
There is just a real shortage of
tradespeople, as builders often
complain. As the government is
happy to dismantle the TAFE
system, we have to remind
politicians of the old saying, you
reap what you sow.
Paul Dawson, Sydney
Relax dress code for press
I’m a little nonplussed that Channel
7 make their cricket commentators
wear suits and ties in heatwave
conditions.
After all, it’s a summer sport. I
was hoping when they took over
from Channel 9, they would be
more innovative in the wardrobe
department. They look like they’re
politicians. Also why do we need so
many talking heads to tell us what’s
happening in the game? We can see
what’s happening on the pitch.
Bob, Green Point
Briefly . . .
If you are a member of a super fund,
you will be hit as every member of
every fund will be by Labor taking
your share dividend credit. The
whole economy will suffer with
more self-funded retirees being
forced on to a pension. Why does
Labor want to punish hard-working
self-funded retirees?
S. Harpley, Yowie Bay
***
Hopefully 2019 will be the year that
climate change and global warming
will be exposed for what is really is.
— a hoax perpetuated by vested
interests who have their snouts in
the trough of taxpayers’ cash.
Jim Kelly, Ourimbah
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Viewers are
slowly catching
on to new TV
experience
MICHELE MANELIS
A
ustralia’s quiet achiever, Rose
Byrne has certainly been
anything but quiet in
Hollywood these last few years.
Having established herself
as a dramatic actress of note on projects
like 28 Days Later, Knowing, and, most
notably, her turn as a ruthless lawyer in the
TV series Damages, the 39-year-old
proved to be a comedic revelation when
Russell Brand cast her as his foul-mouthed
girlfriend in 2010s Get Him to the Greek.
The following year she took on a pivotal
role in the blockbuster hit, Bridesmaids,
proving she could hold her own opposite
such comedy stalwarts as Melissa
McCarthy and Kristin Wiig. Bridesmaids led
to a string of starring roles in comedies
such as Bad Neighbors, Spy, and The
Internship, and Byrne had — almost by
accident — become one of Hollywood’s
most bankable funny ladies. And no one is
more surprised by this than the quietly
spoken, self-deprecating actress.
“I’m the youngest of four and I was
really shy when I was little — actually,
super shy,” she smiles. “So, it’s a funny
thing, especially when you consider that
most actors are super loud,” she nods,
considering her status as Hollywood’s
reigning comedy queen. “As far as finding
comedy, I think being Australian, we don’t
take anything too seriously, don’t you
agree? Also, I grew up watching Fawlty
Towers with my family, and John Cleese is
my hero as well as Julia Louis Dreyfus on
Seinfeld.”
In her upcoming movie, Instant Family,
she stars opposite Mark Wahlberg as half
of a married couple exploring the foster
care system, who learn a lesson in
overnight parenting when they adopt
three kids, one a rather surly teenager.
Not to be dismissed as vapid
mainstream fare for the holidays, Instant
Family is an autobiographical account of
director Sean Anders’ (Daddy’s Home,
Daddy’s Home 2) and his wife’s experience
as newly adoptive parents. The film has
garnered positive reviews and has even
been favourably compared to Ron
Howard’s classic 1989 hit, Parenthood.
Byrne is at her best as the tightly
wound, hyper new mum, Ellie, whose
desire to become the perfect mother
knows no bounds, leading to a slew of
relatable and laugh-out-loud moments. No
stranger to parenting herself, Byrne is
mother of two sons: Rocco, who turns
three next month, and one-year-old
Rafael, who she is raising with partner,
Bobby Cannavale (Boardwalk Empire).
Byrne says that it was impossible to do
a film like Instant Family and not consider
the possibility of adoption or foster care,
even if the time might not be quite right
for her yet.
“When you do the research, you are
absolutely inspired to do it,” she says. “I
have my hands full at the moment with a
tiny one and another tiny one, but I felt the
same way after seeing Lion, which was
such an equally inspiring film in that sense.
And look at Sean. He, too, has inspired
people to consider adoption.”
Instant Family opens on January 9.
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JAMES WIGNEY
Our Aussie
Rose is in
full bloom
TO say that Australia’s first homegrown
experience with “slow TV” last year was divisive
would be something of an understatement.
The phenomenon has been huge in Europe
for years, but when SBS announced it would air
three hours of iconic train The Ghan on its trip
from Adelaide to Darwin, without music or
voiceovers, viewers weren’t backwards in
voicing their displeasure at one of the national
broadcasters spending their hard-earned tax
dollars on what sounded like a monumentally
dopey and dull idea.
But there were also plenty who were
intrigued and in the end SBS and production
company Mint Pictures had the last laugh, as
6
660,000 viewers tuned in during what is
traditionally a dead period in TV land.
Reaction was once again split
between those who likened it to
watching paint dry and those who
found the journey mesmerising and
soothing,
but director Adam Kay
so
welcomed the extreme perspectives, noting
that he got more direct feedback from viewers
than anything he has ever worked on.
“It was completely polarizing, you’re right,
but from a documentary filmmaking point of
view it’s great publicity,” he says. “You loved it
or despised it but at the end of the day, I believe
more people loved it and the proof was in the
pudding in the numbers that stayed with the
show to the point where viewers were calling
for it to be nominated for a Logie. It was very
exciting to see the media, good and bad.”
SBS is back for round two this month,
presenting its Slow Summer every Sunday
night for the month of January, beginning with
The Indian Pacific: Australia’s Longest Train
Journey this weekend and then The Kimberley
Cruise: Australia’s Last Great Wilderness on
January 13.
Kay says the Sydney to Perth train trip was a
no-brainer both for him and the network after
the success of the Ghan last year. Not only was
the infrastructure already in place technically,
but SBS also has a core base of train enthusiasts
and regularly get hundreds of thousands of
viewers for its regular documentaries on trains
and the journeys they make.
But they also wanted to broaden the
concept, hence the decision to take to the high
seas with the cruise through the remote and
spectacular Kimberley region of Western
Australia. Kay says that the stories of the
regions are just as important as the modes of
transport and the scenery, and SBS was very
particular that those stories represented a broad
spectrum of modern and historical Australia.
Later Slow TV episodes in January will visit
the canals of England and the landscapes of
New Zealand, but Key says there are still plenty
of corners of Australia to explore. Regardless of
the destination, however, he says that viewers
also responded to the experience itself,
particularly its hypnotic pace as an escape from
the stresses and distractions of modern life and
emotionally manipulative tricks and editing of
most reality TV.
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Germany. 7.00 Secret Life Of Pets.
7.30 Keeping Up Appearances.
(PG) 8.30 DON’T MISS Tennis.
Hopman Cup. Evening 5. Australia
v Spain. 1.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 9.00
Turning Mecard. (PG) 9.30 Hiccup
& Sneeze. (P) 10.00 Littlest Pet
Shop. 10.30 The Amazing World Of
Gumball. (PG) 11.00 Friends. (PG)
12.00 Tennis. Brisbane International.
Day 3. 6.00 Friends. (PG) 7.00
BattleBots. (PG) 8.00 Tennis.
Brisbane International. Night 3. 11.30
Kevin Can Wait. (PG) 12.00 Late
Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 12.30
Postcards. (PG) 1.00 Getaway.
(PG) 1.30 Good Bones. (PG) 2.30
The Block. (PG) 4.00 Come Dine
With Me UK. (PG) 5.00 Mountain
Life. 6.00 House Hunters Int. 7.00
House Hunters. 7.30 DON’T MISS
Home Town. 8.30 DON’T MISS
Flipping San Diego. (PG) 9.30
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles.
(M) 10.30 Late Programs.
Law & Order: SVU, 8.30pm
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6.00 Morning Programs. 9.00 Star
Trek: Voyager. (PG) 10.00 Cheers.
(PG) 11.00 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 12.00
Mission: Impossible. (PG) 1.00
MacGyver. (PG) 2.00 Jake And The
Fatman. (PG) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder.
(PG) 4.00 ST: Next Gen. 5.00 Star
Trek: Voyager. (PG) 6.00 Judge Judy.
(PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30
Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 8.30 NCIS:
LA. (M) 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 11.00
Raymond. 12.00 Touched By An
Angel. (PG) 1.00 Charmed. (PG)
2.00 Malcolm. (PG) 3.00 Becker.
(PG) 3.30 King Of Queens. (PG) 4.00
Raymond. 5.00 Frasier. (PG) 6.00
Ent. Tonight. 6.30 Neighbours. (PG)
7.00 MOVIE: Ella Enchanted. (PG)
(2004) 9.00 MOVIE: Scouts Guide
To The Zombie Apocalypse. (MA15+)
(2015) 10.55 Late Programs.
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6.00 One Plus One. 6.30 Back
Roads. (PG) 7.00 News. 9.30 The
Breakfast Couch. 10.00 ABC News
Mornings. 12.00 ABC News At
Noon. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons.
5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.30 ABC
News. 6.30 Summer Drum. 7.00
ABC National News. 8.00 ABC News
Tonight. 9.30 Summer Drum. 10.00
The World. 10.30 ABC News. 11.30
Late Programs.
6.40pm
House.
(M) 7.30 Empire. (MA15+) 8.20 Inside
Rome. (MA15+) 8.30 Queen Of The
South. (MA15+) 9.20 Inside Game
Of Thrones. (M) 9.30 Ray Donovan.
(MA15+) 10.30 Game Of Thrones.
(MA15+) 11.30 Queen Of The South.
(MA15+)
10.15am Behind
Enemy Lines (Action,
2001, M) 12.05pm Ned Kelly (Drama,
2003, MA15+) 2.00 The Guardian
(Action, 2006, M) 4.30 Takers (Crime,
2010, M) 6.30 The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
(Comedy, 2015, M) 8.30 Wonder
Woman (Action, 2017, M) 11.00 Species
(Sci-fi, 1995, MA15+)
2pm Police Ten 7. (M)
3.00 Border Security.
(M) 3.30 Futurama.
(PG) 4.00 Bob’s Burgers. (M) 4.30 The
Simpsons. (PG) 5.30 American Dad!
(MA15+) 6.30 Family Guy. (MA15+) 7.30
The Simpsons. (PG) 8.30 Hunted. (M)
9.30 The Gifted. (M) 10.30 Police Ten
7. (M) 11.30 The Simpsons. (PG)
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5.45pm Insert Name Here.
(PG) 6.20 Emmerdale. (PG)
7.20 Coronation Street.
(PG) 7.50 EastEnders. (PG) 8.30 Mrs
Brown’s Boys. (M) 9.05 Would I Lie
To You? (PG) 9.40 An Idiot Abroad.
(MA15+) 10.35 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does
Countdown. (M) 11.30 The Graham
Norton Show. (M)
3.30pm Bargain
Hunt. (G) 4.25
Better Homes. (G) 5.35 Escape To The
Country. (G) 6.30 Location, Location...
Revisits. (PG) 7.30 Selling Houses Aust.
(PG) 8.30 Love It Or List It Australia.
(G) 9.35 Grand Designs Aust. (G) 10.35
Escape To The Country. (G) 11.35 24
Hours In Emergency. (M)
Destination Flavour China, 7.30pm
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2.15pm The
Limehouse Golem
(Thriller, 2017, MA15+) 4.05 The Shape
Of Water (Fantasy, 2017, MA15+) 6.10
Valerian And The City Of A Thousand
Planets (Sci-Fi, 2017, M) 8.30 The Lost
City Of Z (Action, 2017, M) 10.50 Family
Vanished (Drama, 2018, M) 12.40am
The Exception (Drama, 2016, MA15+)
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6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE:
Daria: Is It College Yet? (PG) (2002)
1.15 Inside The Chinese Closet. 2.15
Flight 920. (PG) 3.15 It’s Suppertime!
(PG) 3.40 Billy On The Street. (PG)
4.05 WorldWatch. 5.05 If You Are
The One. 6.20 Travel Man. 6.45 The
Crystal Maze. (PG) 7.40 RocKwiz.
8.30 MOVIE: The Godfather: Part II.
(1974) 12.15 MOVIE: Wild Bill. (MA15+)
(2011) 2.05 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
Oliver’s Twist. 2.00 No Reservations.
3.00 Surfing The Menu: TNG. 3.30
Food Lab. 4.00 Food Lover’s Guide.
4.30 Grandma’s Boy. 5.00 Secret
Meat Business. 5.30 The Cook And
The Chef. 6.30 Oliver’s Twist. 7.30
Ottolenghi’s Mediterranean Island
Feast. 8.30 Kylie Kwong: Heart And
Soul. 9.30 Food Porn. 10.00 Late
Programs.
nitv
6.45pm B4 The
Bash! 7.15 Cricket.
Big Bash League.
Game 17. Sydney Thunder v Perth
Scorchers. 8.35 Between The Innings.
8.50 Cricket. Big Bash League. Game
17. Sydney Thunder v Perth Scorchers.
10.15 BBL Post-Game.
6am NRL Classic Match.
5pm Rugby League. NRL.
Round 21. Cronulla Sharks
v Manly Sea Eagles. 6.00 Classic Grand
Final. 9.30 NRL Classic Match.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00 Camels
And The Pitjantjara. 1.55 Cooking
In Kalkarindji. 2.00 Chefs’ Line.
2.30 Campfire. 3.00 Jarjums. 5.00
Volumz. 6.00 Desperate Measures.
6.30 Chefs’ Line. 7.00 Our Stories.
7.20 First Stories. 7.30 Stingray
Sisters. 8.00 Everyday Brave. 9.00
NTFL. Grand Final. Darwin Buffaloes
v Southern Districts. Replay. 11.00
Late Programs.
Classifications: (P) Preschoolers (C) Children (G) General (PG) Parental Guidance (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (CC) Closed Captions (R) Repeat (WS) Widescreen.
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12.30pm Evil Kin.
(M) 1.30 American
Monster. (M) 2.30 Air Rescue. (PG)
6.30 Alaska: The Last Frontier. (PG)
8.30 Air Rescue. (PG) 9.30 Border
LIVE. (M) 10.30 Alaskan Bush People.
(PG) 11.30 Naked And Afraid. (M)
12.30am American Monster. (M) 1.30
Evil Kin. (M) 2.30 Street Science. (PG)
6am First
Edition. 10.00
NewsDay. 3pm Sky News National. 8.00
NewsNight. 1am Sky News UK LIVE.
5.00 First Edition.
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6.00 Gardening Aust. 7.00 News.
9.30 The Breakfast Couch: Best Of
2018. (CC) 10.00 Grand Designs.
(R, CC) 11.00 Tony Robinson’s Time
Walks. (R, CC) 11.30 Who’s Been
Sleeping In My House? (R, CC) 12.00
ABC News At Noon. (CC) 1.00 300
Years Of French And Saunders.
(Mals, R, CC) 2.00 Poldark. (Ma, R,
CC) 3.00 The Cook And The Chef.
(R, CC) 3.25 Gardening Aust. (R, CC)
4.25 Aust Story. (R, CC) 5.00 ABC
News At Five. (CC) 5.30 Summer
Drum. (CC)
6.00 Sunrise. (CC) News, sport
and weather.
9.30 Cricket. (CC) Fourth
Test. Australia v India.
Day 1. Morning session.
From the SCG.
12.30 The Lunch Break. (CC)
Takes a look at the day of
play so far between Australia
and India.
1.10 Cricket. (CC) Fourth
Test. Australia v India.
Day 1. Afternoon session.
From the SCG.
6.00 Today. (CC)
9.00 Today Extra Summer.
(PG, CC) Highlights from the
year in review.
11.30 Morning News. (CC)
12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres
Show. (PG, CC)
Variety show.
1.00 Tennis. (CC) Hopman Cup.
Day 6. Great Britain v USA.
From RAC Arena, Perth.
5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat.
(R, CC) Hosted by
Eddie McGuire.
6.00 GCBC. (R, CC) WIN: Headline
News. (CC) 6.30 My Market Kitchen.
(R, CC) 7.00 Ent. Tonight. (R, CC)
7.30 Bold. (PG, R, CC) WIN: WIN
News. (R, CC) 8.00 Pointless. (PG,
R, CC) 8.30 Studio 10. (PG, CC)
12.00 Dr Phil. (PGas, R, CC) 1.00
Bondi Vet. (PGm, R, CC) 2.00 Ent.
Tonight. (CC) 2.30 Neighbours. (PG,
R, CC) 3.00 Judge Judy. (PG, CC)
3.30 My Market Kitchen. (R, CC)
4.00 Cook’s Pantry. (CC) 4.30 The
Bold And The Beautiful. (PG, CC)
5.00 10 News First. (CC)
6.00 France 24 English News.
(CC) 6.30 Al Jazeera. (CC) 7.00
BBC News. (CC) 7.30 Italian News.
8.10 Filipino News. 8.40 French
News. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30
German News. 11.00 Spanish News.
12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30
Turkish News. 1.00 PBS News. (CC)
2.00 Royal Gardens On A Plate.
(R, CC) 3.00 Telemarkskanalen
Boat Journey. (CC) 4.00 The
Supervet. (PGa, R, CC) 5.00 Letters
And Numbers. (R, CC) 5.30 Luke
Nguyen’s Food Trail. (PG, R, CC)
6.10 Grand Designs. (R, CC)
Kevin McCloud meets a
couple who want to build
a wavy wooden house
in Cornwall.
7.00 ABC News. (CC)
7.30 H Escape From The
City: Phipps. (PG, CC)
(New Series) Presented by
Jane Hall.
8.30 Grand Designs Australia.
(CC) Peter Maddison meets
a couple who are building
a sustainable UFO-shaped
“sand dune” house.
9.20 The Truth About Getting
Fit. (R, CC) Michael Mosley
sets out to discover the least
amount of exercise you
can do and still live a long,
healthy life.
10.20 ABC Late News. (CC)
10.50 Wentworth. (Mlsv, R, CC)
11.40 Horror Movie: A LowBudget Nightmare.
(Mal, R, CC)
6.00 Seven News. (CC)
PRIME7: PRIME7 News. (CC)
6.30 PRIME7: PRIME7 News @
6:30. (CC)
7.00 Cricket. (CC) Big Bash
League. Game 18.
Melbourne Renegades v
Adelaide Strikers. From
GMHBA Stadium, Victoria.
10.30 The Latest: Seven
News. (CC)
11.00 H Ramsay’s Hotel Hell.
(Ml, R, CC) Host Gordon
Ramsay visits Towns Inn
in Harpers Ferry, West
Virginia where he meets
the owner who runs her
establishment more like a
second-hand store, hoarding
personal items throughout
the premises.
6.00 Nine News. (CC)
NBN: NBN News. (CC)
7.00 A Current Affair. (CC)
7.30 Great Getaways. (PG, CC)
Takes a look at holiday ideas
and destinations around
the world for all tastes
and budgets.
8.30 Travel Guides. (PGl, R, CC)
Ordinary Australians become
travel critics when they
go on holiday to Wanaka,
New Zealand.
9.30 H The Hangover.
(2009)
M (MA15+lnsv, R, CC)
Three friends wake up after
a bucks’ night and realise the
groom is missing. Bradley
Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach
Galifianakis.
11.30 Imposters. (Madlsv, CC)
Maddie’s attempt to find
peace of mind is derailed
by a new and sudden
threat. Ezra and Rose’s
romance heats up.
6.00 Pointless. (PG, R, CC)
Hosted by Dr Andrew
Rochford and Mark
Humphries.
WIN: WIN News. (CC)
6.30 The Project. (CC) A look at
the day’s news.
7.30 Territory Cops.
(PGdlv, R, CC) Strike Force
Trident pursues a drug
dealer who has been on the
run for five weeks.
8.00 Territory Cops.
(PGdl, R, CC) Two assailants
go on the run after CCTV
camera footage captures
them attempting to
steal a car.
8.30 Now You See Me 2.
(2016) A group of
M (Mv, R, CC)
street magicians exposes the
unethical practices of a tech
magnate. Jesse Eisenberg,
Mark Ruffalo, Woody
Harrelson.
11.00 H Blue Bloods. (Mv, CC)
6.00 Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail.
(PG, R, CC) Luke visits the
Blue Mountains.
6.30 SBS World News. (CC)
7.30 Alex Polizzi’s Secret Italy:
Northern Sicily. (CC) Part 3
of 4. In Sicily, Alex samples
street food and learns how
the mafia has influenced the
lives of the locals.
8.35 Jupiter Revealed. (CC)
Scientists discuss what
we know about Jupiter,
the largest planet in the
Solar System.
9.35 Vikings. (CC) Bjorn achieves
one of Ragnar’s dreams
and King Alfred faces his
greatest threat yet.
10.30 H Miniseries: The State.
(Ma, CC) Part 1 of 4.
11.25 SBS World News Late. (CC)
11.55 Before We Die.
(Malv, R, CC) The truth
about Operation Krajina
is revealed.
12.40 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv)
1.20 Poldark. (Ma, R, CC)
2.15 The Truth About Getting
Fit. (R, CC)
3.15 Wentworth. (Mlsv, R, CC)
4.00 The New Inventors. (R, CC)
4.30 Compass. (R, CC)
5.00 Catalyst. (R, CC)
5.30 One Plus One. (R, CC)
12.00 Someone Is Watching.
(Mvl, R, CC) (2000)
A family’s home seems
haunted. Stefanie Powers,
Mickey Toft.
2.00 Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 NBC Today. (CC)
5.00 Seven Early News. (CC)
5.30 Sunrise. (CC)
12.20 House. (Mmv, R, CC)
1.10 Extra. (CC)
1.30 TV Shop: Home
Shopping. (R)
2.30 Global Shop.
3.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
(PG, R, CC) 5.00 News Early Edition.
(CC) 5.30 Today. (CC)
12.00 The Project. (R, CC) WIN:
WIN’s All Australian News. (CC)
1.00 The Late Show With Stephen
Colbert. (PG, CC) WIN: The Project.
(R, CC) 2.00 Home Shopping. (R)
WIN: The Late Show With Stephen
Colbert. (PG, CC) 3.00 WIN:
Home Shopping. (R) 4.30 CBS
This Morning.
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Escape From The City, 7.30pm
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 7.30
Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Chandon
Pictures. (M) 8.30 Utopia. (M) 8.55
Steve Coogan’s Stand Up Down
Under. (MA15+) 10.20 30 Rock. (PG)
10.45 Parks And Recreation. (M)
11.05 Broad City. (M) 11.30 30 Rock.
(PG) 11.50 Parks And Recreation.
(PG) 12.15 Broad City. (M) 12.35 Dara
O’Briain: Crowd Tickler. (M) 1.45
Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 4.10
Massive Monster Mayhem. (PG) 4.35
Children’s Programs. 6.00 Kung Fu
Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness.
6.25 Doctor Who. (PG) 7.25 The
Penguins Of Madagascar. 7.50
MOVIE: Grandpa’s Great Escape.
(PG) (2018) 9.00 The Party Set. (PG)
9.50 Rage. (PG) 10.55 Close. 5.00
Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! 5.20
Children’s Programs.
Ramsay’s Hotel Hell, 11pm
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6.00 Morning Programs. 9.30 NBC
Today. 12.00 The Great Outdoors.
2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00
M*A*S*H. (PG) 3.30 House Calls To
The Rescue. 4.30 Harry’s Practice.
5.00 Animal Rescue. 5.30 Medical
Emergency. (PG) 6.00 M*A*S*H.
(PG) 7.30 Pie In The Sky. (PG) 8.30
Murdoch Mysteries. (M) 10.30
Houdini & Doyle. (M) 11.30 Late
Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 12.30
Storage Wars. (PG) 1.00 The
Simpsons. (PG) 2.00 Storage Wars.
(PG) 2.30 Cricket. Women’s Big
Bash League. Game 41. Melbourne
Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes.
6.00 Ice Road Truckers. (PG)
7.00 Storage Wars. (PG) 7.30 The
Simpsons. (PG) 8.30 Family Guy. (M)
10.00 MOVIE: American Reunion.
(MA15+) (2012) 12.20 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 10.00
James Robison. (PG) 10.30 House
Rules. (PG) 1.30 Once Upon A Time.
(PG) 3.30 Jabba’s School Holiday
Movie Special. (PG) 4.30 How I Met
Your Mother. (PG) 5.30 Modern
Family. (PG) 6.00 How I Met Your
Mother. (PG) 7.00 Modern Family.
(PG) 7.30 Dogs Make You Laugh Out
Loud 2. (PG) 8.30 Criminal Minds.
(M) 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00
MOVIE: Charley Moon. (1956) 1.55
Top Chef. (PG) 2.55 Mad About
You. (PG) 3.25 Four In A Bed. (PG)
3.55 Heartbeat. (PG) 5.00 Tennis.
Hopman Cup. Day 6. Great Britain v
USA. 7.00 Secret Life Of Pets. 7.30
Keeping Up Appearances. (PG) 8.30
DON’T MISS Tennis. Hopman Cup.
Evening 6. Greece v Switzerland.
1.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 9.00
Turning Mecard. (PG) 9.30 Hiccup
& Sneeze. (P) 10.00 Littlest Pet
Shop. 10.30 The Amazing World Of
Gumball. (PG) 11.00 Friends. (PG)
12.00 Tennis. Brisbane International.
Day 4. 6.00 Friends. (PG) 7.00
Young Sheldon. (PG) 8.00 Tennis.
Brisbane International. Night 4. 11.30
Kevin Can Wait. (PG) 12.00 Late
Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
Flipping San Diego. 2.00 Flip Or Flop.
3.00 The Block. 4.00 Come Dine
With Me UK. 5.00 Beachfront Bargain
Hunt. 6.00 House Hunters Int. 7.00
House Hunters. 7.30 DON’T MISS
Making A Model With Yolanda
Hadid. (PG) 8.30 Hollywood Medium
With Tyler Henry. (PG) 9.30 DON’T
MISS Long Island Medium. (M)
10.30 Late Programs.
Before We Die.
(Malv, R, CC)
2.15 Masters Of Sex.
(MA15+s, R, CC)
4.30 Poh’s Kitchen. (R, CC)
5.00 CGTN English News. (CC)
5.15 NHK World English News.
(CC) 5.30 Deutsche Welle English
News. (CC)
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6.00 Morning Programs. 10.00
Cheers. (PG) 11.00 Bondi Rescue.
(PG) 12.00 Mission: Impossible. (PG)
1.00 MacGyver. (PG) 2.00 Jake And
The Fatman. (PG) 3.00 Diagnosis
Murder. (PG) 4.00 ST: Next Gen.
5.00 Star Trek: Voyager. (PG) 6.00
Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue.
(PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M)
8.30 Hawaii Five-O. (M) 10.30 NCIS:
LA. (M) 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 10.00
Frasier. (PG) 11.00 Raymond. 12.00
Touched By An Angel. (PG) 1.00
Charmed. (PG) 2.00 Malcolm. (PG)
3.00 Becker. (PG) 3.30 King Of
Queens. (PG) 4.00 Raymond. 5.00
Frasier. (PG) 6.00 Ent. Tonight.
6.30 Neighbours. (PG) 7.00 MOVIE:
The Witches. (PG) (1990) 8.55 Sex
And The City. (MA15+) 10.55 Late
Programs.
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6.00 One Plus One. 6.30 Back
Roads. (PG) 7.00 News. 9.30 The
Breakfast Couch. 10.00 ABC News
Mornings. 12.00 ABC News At
Noon. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons.
5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.30 ABC
News. 6.30 Summer Drum. 7.00
ABC National News. 8.00 ABC News
Tonight. 9.30 Summer Drum. 10.00
The World. 10.30 ABC News. 11.30
Late Programs.
sbs viceland
6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE:
Laputa: Castle In The Sky. (1986)
2.20 Flight 920. (PG) 3.10 Dead Set
On Life. (PG) 3.35 Billy On The Street.
(PG) 4.00 WorldWatch. 5.00 If You
Are The One. 6.15 Travel Man. 6.40
The Crystal Maze. (PG) 7.40 RocKwiz.
8.30 MOVIE: The Godfather: Part III.
(1990) 11.35 Tinnies And True Love.
(M) 12.05 F*ck, That’s Delicious:
Classics. 1.25 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
Oliver’s Twist. 2.00 No Reservations.
3.00 Surfing The Menu: TNG. 3.30
Food Lab. 4.00 Food Lover’s Guide.
4.30 Grandma’s Boy. 5.00 Secret
Meat Business. 5.30 The Cook And
The Chef. 6.30 Oliver’s Twist. 7.30
Rick Stein’s French Odyssey. 8.35
The Best Of My Sri Lanka With Peter
Kuruvita. 9.35 Food Porn. 10.00
Late Programs.
nitv
5.50pm
Sherlock
Holmes: Elementary. (M) 6.40 House.
(MA15+) 7.30 Burden Of Truth. (MA15+)
8.20 Inside The Pacific. (PG) 8.30
Succession. (MA15+) 9.30 Ice. (MA15+)
10.25 Strike Back: Declassified. (MA15+)
10.30 Game Of Thrones. (MA15+) 11.30
Succession. (MA15+)
11.40am Free Fire
(Comedy, 2016,
MA15+) 1.15pm War On Everyone
(Comedy, 2016, MA15+) 3.00 The
Mechanic (Action, 2011, MA15+) 4.45
Gridiron Gang (Drama, 2006, M) 7.00
Walking Tall (Action, 2004, M) 8.30
True Lies (Action, 1994, M) 11.00 G.I.
Joe: Retaliation (Action, 2013, M)
3pm Border Security.
(M) 3.30 Futurama.
(PG) 4.00 Bob’s
Burgers. (M) 4.30 The Simpsons. (PG)
5.30 American Dad! (M) 6.30 Family
Guy. (MA15+) 7.30 The Simpsons. (PG)
8.30 A Discovery Of Witches. (M) 9.30
Top 20 Funniest. (M) 10.30 Police Ten
7. (M) 11.30 A Discovery Of Witches. (M)
4pm Absolutely Fabulous.
(M) 4.35 QI. (M) 5.45 Insert
Name Here. (M) 6.20
Emmerdale. (PG) 7.20 Coronation
Street. (PG) 7.50 EastEnders. (PG) 8.30
Ireland With Ardal O’Hanlon. (PG) 9.30
Stephen Fry In America. (PG) 10.40
Martin Clunes: Man And Beast. (PG)
11.35 The Graham Norton Show. (M)
4.25pm Better
Homes. (G) 5.35
Escape To The Country. (G) 6.30
Location, Location... Revisits. (PG)
7.30 Selling Houses Aust. (G) 8.30
Love Your Home And Garden With Alan
Titchmarsh. (PG) 9.30 Heathrow. (PG)
10.30 Escape To The Country. (G) 11.30
24 Hours In Emergency. (M)
2.30pm Alaskan
Bush People. (PG)
3.30 Deadliest Catch. (PG) 4.30
Alaskan Bush People. (PG) 5.30 Fast N’
Loud. (PG) 6.30 Gold Rush. (PG) 8.30
Alaskan Bush People. (PG) 9.30 Aussie
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Last Frontier. (PG) 11.30 Naked And
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Chefs’ Line. 7.00 Our Stories. 7.20
First Stories. 7.30 Living Black. 8.00
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Negroes. (M) 9.30 MOVIE: Lean On
Me. (M) (1989) 11.25 Late Programs.
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8.30 Only The Brave (Drama, 2017, M)
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Tony Robinson’s Time Walks. (R, CC)
11.30 Who’s Been Sleeping In My
House? (R, CC) 12.00 ABC News At
Noon. (CC) 1.00 Keeping Australia
Alive. (PG, R, CC) 2.00 Poldark.
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From the SCG.
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11.30 Morning News. (CC)
12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres
Show. (PG, CC)
Variety show.
1.00 Tennis. (CC) Hopman Cup.
Day 7. Spain v France. From
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5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat.
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6.00 The Talk. (PGa, CC) WIN:
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CC) 2.00 Ent. Tonight. (CC) 2.30
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Arabic News F24. 12.30 Turkish
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Soccer. (CC) EPL. Manchester City
v Liverpool. Replay. From Etihad
Stadium, Manchester, England.
4.30 VICE World Of Sports. (PG,
R, CC) 5.00 Letters And Numbers.
(R, CC) 5.30 Luke Nguyen’s Food
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6.10 Grand Designs. (R, CC)
Hosted by Kevin McCloud.
7.00 ABC News. (CC) Takes a look
at today’s top stories.
7.30 Death In Paradise.
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after a tourist offers an alibi
for the convicted killer.
8.30 Father Brown. (Mv, R, CC)
A young woman is accused
of murdering her father
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9.20 H Shetland. (Mv, R, CC)
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10.20 ABC Late News. (CC)
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10.50 Call The Midwife.
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11.50 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv)
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Arena, Hobart.
10.30 The Latest: Seven
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11.00 H The Jonathan Ross
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British chat show, hosted
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Music by the Irish pop
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6.00 Nine News. (CC)
NBN: NBN News. (CC)
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7.30 RBT. (PGl, R, CC) Follows
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8.30 H Point Break. (Mlv, R, CC)
A young FBI agent
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sports athletes suspected
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sophisticated, corporate
heists. Edgar Ramirez, Luke
Bracey, Ray Winstone.
10.40 Gangster Squad.
(2013)
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During the ’40s, a squad
of cops in Los Angeles
pursues a ruthless mobster
and his gang. Sean Penn,
Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone.
6.00 Pointless. (PG, R, CC)
WIN: WIN News. (CC)
6.30 The Project. (CC)
7.30 The Living Room.
(PG, R, CC) The team heads
to Hawaii, where Dr Chris
embarks on a treasure hunt
through Waimea Canyon.
8.30 H The Graham Norton
Show. (Mv, R, CC)
Guests include Bradley
Cooper, Lady Gaga, Jodie
Whittaker, Ryan Gosling
and Rod Stewart.
9.30 The Graham Norton Show.
(Mls, R, CC) Graham chats
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Jamie Dornan, Rosamund
Pike, and Harry Connick Jr.
10.30 Strassman: Careful
What You Wish For.
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by ventriloquist David
Strassman and his
dysfunctional family
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6.00 Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail.
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to Saigon.
6.30 SBS World News. (CC)
7.30 Great British Railway
Journeys: Compilation.
(R, CC) Michael Portillo
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Dublin where he gains an
understanding of one of
Ireland’s greatest treasures.
8.35 Monty Python’s The
Of Life.
M Meaning
(Mls, R, CC) (1983) A series
of sketches that takes a look
at the various stages of life,
from the miracle of birth to
a visit to heaven. Graham
Chapman, John Cleese,
Terry Gilliam.
10.30 SBS World News Late. (CC)
11.00 H The Untamed. (2016)
encounter a
M A couple
mysterious creature.
Ruth Ramos.
5.00 Rage. (PG, CC) Continuous
music programming.
12.00 Grey’s Anatomy.
(Ma, R, CC)
1.00 Harry’s Practice. (R, CC)
PRIME7: Home Shopping.
1.30 Travel Oz. (R, CC)
2.00 Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 The Great
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5.00 NBC Today. (CC)
12.40 House. (Mmv, R, CC)
House resists treating a
professional cyclist.
1.30 TV Shop: Home
Shopping. (R)
4.00 Global Shop.
Home shopping.
4.30 The Avengers. (PG, R)
5.30 A Current Affair. (R, CC)
12.30 The Project. (R, CC)
WIN: WIN News.
1.30 The Late Show With
Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC)
WIN: The Project.
2.30 Home Shopping. (R)
WIN: Stephen Colbert.
3.30 WIN: Shopping.
WIN: Shopping.
12.50 Berlin Station. (Malv, R, CC)
3.35 One Born Every Minute
UK. (PGa, R, CC)
4.30 Poh’s Kitchen. (R, CC)
5.00 CGTN English News. (CC)
5.15 NHK World English
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5.30 Deutsche Welle English
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11.15 30 Rock. 11.35 Parks And Rec.
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1.45 Once Upon A Time. (PG)
3.45 Modern Family. (PG) 4.15
Best Friends Whenever. (PG) 4.45
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Gumball. (PG) 11.00 Friends. (PG)
12.00 Tennis. Brisbane International.
Day 5. 6.00 Friends. (PG) 7.00
World’s Best Commercials. (PG) 8.00
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Making A Model With Yolanda
Hadid. 1.30 Masters Of Flip. 2.30
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And Move. 6.00 House Hunters Int.
7.00 House Hunters. 7.30 Mountain
Life. 8.30 Barnwood Builders. 9.30
Property Brothers At Home On The
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Mission: Impossible. (PG) 1.00
MacGyver. (PG) 2.00 Jake And The
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(PG) 4.00 ST: Next Gen. (PG) 5.00
Star Trek: Voyager. (PG) 6.00 Judge
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7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 11.30
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Touched By An Angel. (PG) 1.00
Charmed. (PG) 2.00 Malcolm. (PG)
3.00 Becker. (PG) 3.30 King Of
Queens. (PG) 4.00 Raymond. (PG)
5.00 Frasier. (PG) 6.00 Ent. Tonight.
6.30 Neighbours. (PG) 7.00 MOVIE:
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ABC National News. 8.00 ABC News
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Lee Lin Chin’s Fashionista. 2.00
PopAsia TV. 3.00 Human Resources.
3.30 Billy On The Street. (PG) 4.00
WorldWatch. 5.00 Soccer. W-League.
Round 10. Sydney FC v Newcastle
Jets. 7.20 Sloths Save The World.
(PG) 7.50 RocKwiz. 8.40 Sex War
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Oliver’s Twist. 2.00 No Reservations.
(PG) 3.00 Surfing The Menu: TNG.
3.30 Food Lab. 4.00 Food Lover’s
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Secret Meat Business. 5.30 The Cook
And The Chef. 6.30 Oliver’s Twist.
7.30 Say It To My Face. 8.30 Nigella
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4.00 Boardwalk Empire. (MA15+) 5.50
Sherlock Holmes: Elementary. (M) 6.40
House. (M) 7.30 Mr. Avila. (MA15+) 8.25
Strike Back: Declassified. (MA15+) 8.30
MOVIE: There Will Be Blood. (M) (2007)
11.10 Game Of Thrones. (MA15+)
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RoboCop 2 (Adventure, 1990, MA15+)
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Terminator 2: Judgment Day (Action,
1991, M) 12.30am Rambo: First Blood
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3.30pm Futurama.
(PG) 4.00 Bob’s
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The Simpsons. (PG) 5.30 American
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7.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 8.30 Last Man
Standing. (M) 9.00 The Cool Kids. (M)
9.30 Gotham. (M) 10.30 Police Ten 7.
(M) 11.30 Top 20 Funniest. (M)
11.55am New Tricks. (M)
1pm Midsomer Murders.
(M) 3.00 Doc Martin. (PG)
4.00 Absolutely Fabulous. (M) 4.35
QI. (M) 5.45 Insert Name Here. (M)
6.20 Emmerdale. (PG) 7.20 Coronation
Street. (PG) 8.20 New Tricks. (M) 9.20
Sherlock. (M) 11.20 The Graham Norton
Show. (M)
2.30pm Alaskan
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3.30 Deadliest Catch. (PG) 4.30 Gold
Rush. (PG) 5.30 Fast N’ Loud. (PG)
6.30 Jay Leno’s Garage. (PG) 7.30 Air
Rescue. (PG) 8.30 Outback Pilots. (PG)
9.30 Railroad Australia. (PG) 10.30
What On Earth? (PG) 11.30 Naked And
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Big Bash League.
Game 19. Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney
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8.50 Cricket. Big Bash League. Game
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10.10 The Professor: Night Watchmen.
10.55 Fox Cricket Test Day.
6am NRL Classic Match.
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Marngo Designing Futures. 2.00
The Chefs’ Line. 2.30 Our Footprint.
3.00 Jarjums. 5.00 Volumz. 6.00
Unearthed. 6.30 Chefs’ Line. 7.00
Our Stories. 7.20 Home To Me. 7.30
MOVIE: Monkey King: Hero Is Back.
(PG) (2016) 9.00 Kanalaritja: An
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Justin Bowen
R R Milligan
A J Denham
M J Robinson
R R Milligan
Nicole Hudson
Ben Hill
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R Thompson
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B Looker
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in straight TUN Dec 10. 5. Miss Eimar jumped awkwardly TAE Dec 23. 10. Miss Piper Rose blocked
for run in straight TAE Dec 17. 12. Stanford Merthyr slowly away (2L) NEW Dec 22.
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Simon Thomas
Shayne O’Cass
Adam Sherry
Greg Spletter
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5 MISS EIMAR
11 Peachies Dream
3 Miss Devinci
2 Hard Reality
5 MISS EIMAR
6 Uptooit
11 Peachies Dream
1 Hercules Mo
5 MISS EIMAR
1 Hercules Mo
3 Miss Devinci
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5 Miss Eimar
1 Hercules Mo
6 Uptooit
11 PEACHIES DREAM
1 Hercules Mo
5 Miss Eimar
2 Hard Reality
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2 Jay’n’jay
5 Myboycolly
1 MONEY TRAVELS
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8 Marisabel
5 Myboycolly
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7 Lock And Launch
2 Jay’n’jay
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2 Jay’n’jay
7 Lock And Launch
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8 Marisabel
2 Jay’n’jay
7 Lock And Launch
3
1 HAAMES
7 Western Saga
6 Something Shocking
2 Sunday Swindler
7 xWESTERN SAGA
1 Haames
6 Something Shocking
5 Rugenbrau
1 xxHAAMES
2 Sunday Swindler
5 Rugenbrau
7 Western Saga
1 HAAMES
7 Western Saga
5 Rugenbrau
2 Sunday Swindler
1 HAAMES
7 Western Saga
5 Rugenbrau
3 O’Just Saying
4
8 xxxWEIGELA
5 Trust In Cash
13 Eurogem
10 Equiseta
8 xxWEIGELA
6 East Esplanade
4 Pinnacle Power
2 Final Honour
10 EQUISETA
12 Showada
13 Eurogem
8 Weigela
8 WEIGELA
3 Manhattan Gambler
6 East Esplanade
5 Trust In Cash
3 MANHATTAN GAMBLER
8 Weigela
6 East Esplanade
14 Reliable Rose
5
2 TOO EASY BRO
1 Manangatang
4 Ted’s Dream
5 Flick Pass
2 TOO EASY BRO
8 Rowling In Riches
9 Bluemoon Dream
6 Gidgee Guy
6 xGIDGEE GUY
1 Manangatang
2 Too Easy Bro
4 Ted’s Dream
6 GIDGEE GUY
4 Ted’s Dream
2 Too Easy Bro
8 Rowling In Riches
8 ROWLING IN RICHES
6 Gidgee Guy
4 Ted’s Dream
2 Too Easy Bro
6
3 xxVALBEATA
8 Port Gold
1 Blinkin Artie
7 Penfold
3 VALBEATA
8 Port Gold
10 Thundering Heart
1 Blinkin Artie
2 xxxTABROBANE
1 Blinkin Artie
8 Port Gold
3 Valbeata
3 VALBEATA
8 Port Gold
7 Penfold
1 Blinkin Artie
8 PORT GOLD
3 Valbeata
6 Bancroft
10 Thundering Heart
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2 BUBBLES BALL
1 Silent Dream
5 Princess Snowy
3 Cunningar Lass
2 xxxBUBBLES BALL
7 Gold Rhapsody
1 Silent Dream
5 Princess Snowy
2 BUBBLES BALL
1 Silent Dream
3 Cunningar Lass
4 Manning Treasure
2 BUBBLES BALL
5 Princess Snowy
3 Cunningar Lass
1 Silent Dream
2 BUBBLES BALL
4 Manning Treasure
5 Princess Snowy
7 Gold Rhapsody
EQ2
Maiden. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
Taree
RACE 4 Professionals Real Estate Plate
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FORM
24s23
5
0s
59s
5205
04s69
0
603s8
04355
9s809
HORSE
DRAW
MONEY TRAVELS
7
JAY’N’JAY
9
MONACO SNIPER h
11
BARUCCI
10
MYBOYCOLLY Ⓑ
13
THE MIGHTY STORK
12
LOCK AND LAUNCH h Ⓑ 4
MARISABEL Ⓑ
8
WHALER BILL Ⓑ
5
IT’S EASY Ⓑ
3
SENATORIAL h Ⓑ
1
TEARS HE CRIED
2
UNSUS
6
TRAINER
W J Gavenlock
G McFarlane
W T Wilkes
W J Gavenlock
J C Deamer
Ms K Waugh
M R Stitt
Ms K Waugh
Ben Hill
B A Partelle
A P Ball
R A Bailey
Nicole Hudson
JOCKEY
Ms C Graham (a1.5)
Ms J Duggan (a)
T Wolfgram
R Spokes
A Gibbons
S Lisnyy
R Thompson
A Layt
Ms M Weir (a)
L Rolls
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
D Mc Lellan
T Treichel
WGT
59.5
58
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
55
54.5
54.5
54
54
54
54
4.60
8.00
51.00
26.00
6.00
11.00
11.00
*2.80
15.00
51.00
26.00
15.00
101.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Money Travels blundered near 800m, hung in in straight ARM Dec 18.
7. Lock And Launch hampered early stages TAE Dec 23. 10. It’s Easy jumped awkwardly SCO Dec 14.
11. Senatorial hampered near 1000m COH Dec 13.
RACE 3 Country Colours Painting
1600m 3.10
EQ3
Class 3. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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FORM HORSE
DRAW
134s2sHAAMES tcw
9
47130 SUNDAY SWINDLER dw 7
00s58 O’JUST SAYING d
3
19957sTHE KROC d
4
31s60sRUGENBRAU dw
8
86285sSOMETHING SHOCKING b 5
55641 WESTERN SAGA td
6
74340 SYRAH th
10
s0049sRUNAWAY JET tcwh
2
37688sSTANZZA twh
1
TRAINER
Colt Prosser
Ben Hill
Kellie Nicholls
J A Sprague
B A Partelle
T J Bartley
L J Tilley
M R Stitt
Graeme Shultz
Ms C Reid
JOCKEY
P Graham
J Adams
Ms M Weir (a)
T Treichel
C Lever
WGT
59
57.5
57
57
56.5
54
R Thompson
54
D Mc Lellan
54
Ms J Duggan (a) 54
Ms S Joseph (a4) 54
*2.80
8.00
16.00
26.00
6.00
4.60
3.60
26.00
101.00
101.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Sunday Swindler overraced early, middle stages, eased early stages,
checked near 1400m CAN Dec 14. 5. Rugenbrau slowly away SCO Dec 14. 9. Runaway Jet checked
near 200m POM Nov 15.
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THE FILES
EQ4 »First race: 8.04am
1400m 3.45
Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
»Last race: 3.39am (Thu)
»Rail: True
»Track: Good (3)
»TAB First 4: All races
»Daily Double: Races 5 and 7
»Early Quaddie: 1, 2, 3, 4
»Quaddie: 4, 5, 6, 7
»Big6: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
LEGEND
t won at track. c won this distance at the track. d won this distance another track. w won in wet.
b beaten favourite. o not in first nine. s spell at least three months. h home track. p pulled up.
l lost rider. n won at night. Ⓑ eligible for BOBS bonus.
18.
RACE 6 Harrington Cup
FORM
54376
7506s
53072
53446
47s53
03773
40
224s2
09s74
5s3
544s4
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13 2s444
14
95
15 50s0
16 85000
17
0s0
18
5
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
BOSTON BLUES
16 D Lane
FINAL HONOUR h
12 M R Stitt
MANHATTAN GAMBLER 1 Ms C Murnane
PINNACLE POWER h
9 M R Stitt
TRUST IN CASH
15 B J Dodson
EAST ESPLANADE Ⓑ
2 Natasha Hall-Antonio
TICKET KEEPER
7 T R Martin
WEIGELA Ⓑ
5 K A Lees
BRIDIE’S BROOK
10 L J Tilley
EQUISETA
14 Ms K Waugh
ONEMOREFORLUCK
18 Grant Allard
SHOWADA
17 J C Deamer
EUROGEM Ⓑ
11 Ms J Graham
RELIABLE ROSE
4 W J Gavenlock
Emergencies: (in order)
CARRINGTON GIRL Ⓑ 8 B J Dodson
TICKET TO KENTUCKY h 3 M R Stitt
SIR LEO Ⓑ
13 T S Howlett
JAY’N’JAY
6 G McFarlane
JOCKEY
WGT
59
G Buckley
59
C O’Brien
59
P Graham
59
K Wilson-Taylor (a3) 59
J Adams
57.5
SCRATCHED
57.5
D Mc Lellan
57.5
Ms R Murray
57
S Lisnyy
57
B Looker
57
A Gibbons
57
R Thompson
55.5
Ms M Weir (a)
55.5
L Rolls
26.00
51.00
7.00
15.00
9.50
6.50
—
*2.80
41.00
14.00
9.50
10.00
10.00
23.00
55.5 101.00
59 101.00
57.5 81.00
59
17.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Boston Blues jumped awkwardly WYO Dec 19. 6. East Esplanade hung
out in straight TAE Dec 23. 7. Ticket Keeper overraced early, middle stages HAW Dec 16. 17. Sir Leo
vetted - no abnormalities GOS Dec 6.
RACE 5 L J Hooker Real Estate
1300m 4.55
Benchmark 66. Prizemoney: $25,000; 1st $12,850; 2nd $4650; 3rd $2400; 4th $1250;
5th $780. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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FORM
6022s
45578
62s22
0s787
986s3
338s8
82255
88111
s2897
33613
HORSE
DRAW
BLINKIN ARTIE tcwh
7
TABROBANE w
5
VALBEATA twh
9
CHALCEDONY tcwh
6
WEWONYA dw
2
BANCROFT wh
3
PENFOLD w
10
PORT GOLD twh
1
TWELFTH RAJ tcw
8
THUNDERING HEART wh 4
TRAINER
M R Stitt
J C Deamer
R R Milligan
M J Robinson
H R Dew
A P Ball
Allan Kehoe
M P Byers
Terry Evans
John McLachlan
JOCKEY
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
A Gibbons
Ms M Partridge (a1.5)
B Looker
Ms L Day (a1.5)
C Lever
Ms W Peel (a2)
P Graham
D Mc Lellan
WGT
63.5
62
60
59.5
59.5
59
59
58.5
54.5
54
8.00
11.00
4.60
26.00
8.00
51.00
4.60
*2.80
26.00
15.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Tabrobane slowly away, blocked for run on straightening NEW Dec 26.
3. Valbeata jumped awkwardly TAE Dec 23.
RACE 7 Big 4 Colonial Holiday Pk
1000m 4.20
1000m 5.30
C,H&G’s Benchmark 58. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100;
5th $720. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
F&M Benchmark 58. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100;
5th $720. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (10) Miss Piper Rose winkers on first time
RACE 2: (3) Monaco Sniper cross-over noseband off first time, tongue-tie
on first time; (6) The Mighty Stork, (7) Lock And Launch tongue-tie on first
time; (10) It’s Easy blinkers on first time, winkers off first time
RACE 4: (15) Carrington Girl winkers on first time; (16) Ticket To Kentucky
blinkers off first time, lugging bit on first time, norton bit off first time, noseroll on again, winkers on again; (17) Sir Leo blinkers off first time, cross-over
noseband on first time
RACE 5: (1) Manangatang front pads on first time; (6) Gidgee Guy blinkers
on first time, off-side bubble cheeker on first time; (9) Bluemoon Dream
blinkers on again, winkers off first time
RACE 6: (4) Chalcedony blinkers on again
RACE 7: (4) Manning Treasure blinkers on first time; (11) Advalady blinkers
on again
other tab meetings today
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FORM
35134
71592
9s48s
2143s
28218
510s3
7656s
01
5383s
s7610
HORSE
DRAW
MANANGATANG
6
TOO EASY BRO dw
4
AYETEEM
3
TED’S DREAM t
10
FLICK PASS dw
2
GIDGEE GUY b Ⓑ
1
KAMEHAMEHA w
5
ROWLING IN RICHES
7
BLUEMOON DREAM t
8
GRENACHE d
9
TRAINER
D Wagstaff
Terry Evans
D Lane
H P Ball
S L Quintano
L J Tilley
B A Partelle
Jeremy Smith
D G Callaughan
D & R Simonetta
JOCKEY
B Looker
C O’Brien
T Wolfgram
A Gibbons
Ms J Duggan (a)
R Thompson
C Lever
D Mc Lellan
Ms L Day (a1.5)
G Buckley
WGT
62.5
61.5
59.5
59
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
56
54
4.60
7.50
14.00
5.50
13.00
*2.50
10.00
26.00
12.00
51.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Manangatang laid out in straight WYO Oct 21. 2. Too Easy Bro slowly
away TAE Dec 23. 5. Flick Pass wide throughout TAE Dec 3. 6. Gidgee Guy hung in in straight MUS
Nov 30. 10. Grenache slowly away, wide throughout TAE Dec 3.
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FORM
32353
221
6s1s5
29261
25525
41s0
51
s1313
36s10
48463
s008s
HORSE
DRAW
SILENT DREAM
8
BUBBLES BALL d Ⓑ
6
CUNNINGAR LASS
3
MANNING TREASURE d 11
PRINCESS SNOWY dwn 7
BUT I KNOW twh Ⓑ
1
GOLD RHAPSODY cw
5
WICKEDLY RISQUE dw 10
DANGER WOMAN c
4
GOD I’M HOT
2
ADVALADY h
9
TRAINER
B A Partelle
K A Lees
A J Denham
Colt Prosser
D Lane
M R Stitt
Ms M De Gonneville
H R Dew
S L Brewer
K J Lantry
R R Milligan
JOCKEY
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
D Mc Lellan
R Thompson
Ms B Hodder
T Wolfgram
G Buckley
K Matheson
Ms K Stanley
P Graham
Ms L Day (a1.5)
T Treichel
WGT
61.5
59.5
59.5
59
59
57.5
57.5
57.5
57
57
55
9.50
*2.10
7.50
8.50
6.00
16.00
13.00
17.00
26.00
26.00
51.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 5. Princess Snowy blocked for run near 200m TAE Dec 23. 6. But I Know
inquiry into performance, vetted - no abnormalities MUS Nov 30. 7. Gold Rhapsody checked near
600m TAE Dec 23.
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 1530m. STRAIGHT: 350m. DIRECTION: Clockwise.
LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): A Gibbons (14 wins past 12 mths). LEADING
TRAINER (with runners): K A Lees (23 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD
(past 3 yrs): 33.27% Win 32.16% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1000m
(7)-27wins. TRAINER CHANGES: R3 (4) was trained by Matthew McCudden
now J A Sprague. R4 (14) was trained by K A Lees now W J Gavenlock. R5 (8)
was trained by C D Widdison now Jeremy Smith. R5 (9) was trained by M
R Stitt now D G Callaughan. R5 (10) was trained by D Simonetta now D & R
Simonetta.
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26 RACING
TAREE
COMMENT
RACE 1
EQ1
Maiden
2.00 (1000m)
1. HERCULES MO (6) 58
br g 3 Uncle Mo (US) — Herculian Princess (NZ)
(G McFarlane)
LAST 15 STARTS:
6TH, 06Aug18 10.4L Gosford 2nd 3YO , C &
G’s Btria 800m, (A Bullock 6) 8, Catch weights,
50.40 secs (Last 600m 36.10), Track Good(4),
Sheeran 1, His Kingdom 2, Ultimate Power 3,
WON, 18Dec18 1L, 0.8L Gosford 2nd 3YO
, C & G’s Btria 800m, (Josh Adams 1) 6, Catch
weights, 48.40 secs , Track Good(4), Oakfield
Target 2, Commander Bell 3, Daladane 4,
Trials: (2:1-0-0). Has shown ability at the
trials. Use betting as a further guide.
2. HARD REALITY (7) 57.5
b g 3 Walking Or Dancing (NZ) — Military Queen
(B A Partelle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4380
3
—
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
3
—
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 935
LAST, 20Oct18 7.6L Newcastle Mdn 900m
56.5 (A Gibbons 6) 9, Set weights, 52.27s (Last
600m 33.30), Good(4), Inwithachance 57.5 1,
Nivalis 54.5 2, Destiny’s Choice 59 3, Btg $11.00,
$15.00 Last to turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 19Nov18 0.5L, sht hd Scone Mdn 900m
57 (B El-Issa 8) 9, Lim 55, 51.23s (Last 600m
32.70), Good(4), Anaita 58 1, Cash Factor 55 2,
Deceptive Cover 59 4, Btg $10.00, $9.00 4th to
turn. Hampered near 200m.
5TH, 08Dec18 4.4L Newcastle 3yo Mdn
900m 57 (D Mc Lellan 7) 8, Set weights, 50.95s
(Last 600m 32.29), Good(3), Wonderbabe 55 1,
Quenya 55 2, Exdream 57 3, Btg $17.00, $61.00
Last to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Went to line only fairly in
same class at Newcastle at latest. Place
appeal only.
3. MISS DEVINCI (9) 57.5
b m 4 Decertare — Viscondesa (G McFarlane)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1100
1
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
—
—
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 4
4TH, 23Dec18 3L Taree 1st Mdn 1000m 57.5
(J Adams 2) 10, Lim 55.5, 58.40s (Last 600m
35.28), Soft(5), Gold Rhapsody 54 1, Uptooit 55.5
2, Phylicia 56 3, Btg $7.50, $8.00 5th to 800m,
4th turn. Raced Greenly.
More experienced following debut. Right
in this.
4. DR DEMON (13) 57
b/br g 3 Dr Doute’s — Demon Maggie (R R
Milligan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1400
2
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
1
1
—
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 7s4
7TH, 16Jul18 4.3L Cessnock 2yo Mdn 900m
58 (C O’Brien 5) 12, Lim 54, 52.05s (Last 600m
33.53), Firm(2), Pluck And Lucky 56 1, She’s My
Girl 56 2, Mikuro 56 3, Btg $81.00, $101.00 4th
to turn. Slowly away. Blocked for a run near turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 10Dec18 6.1L Tuncurry 3yo Mdn 1000m
57.5 (C O’Brien 8) 9, Lim 54, 58.01 secs , Good(4),
Miss Powerbelle 57 1, Hildalgo 58 2, Belle De
Vega 56 3, Btg $101.00, $61.00 8th to 800m,
7th turn. Slowly away. Laid in in straight.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Average effort in same
company at Tuncurry first-up. Drawn
poorly. Outside chance for multiples.
5. MISS EIMAR (2) 56
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ch m 5 Salade — Lady Octa (G McFarlane)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$13,555
12
—
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
6
4
2
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
1
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 3:0-0-0
DIST: 4:0-1-0
1st UP: 3:0-1-1
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 6900s38649s224
LAST, 28Apr17 9.1L Goulburn Mdn 1300m
55.5 (J Grisedale 3) 10, Lim 55.5, 1:17.36 (Last
600m 36.38), Good(4), O’Lordy 55.5 1, Mozart’s
Work 58 2, Lady Selkie 57 3, Btg $71.00 9th to
800m, Last turn. Hampered at start.
12TH, 07May17 8.2L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1600m 54.5 (A Layt 1) 14, Lim 54.5, 1:35.88
((class record) Last 600m 37.19), Good(4), It’s
A Lottery 59 1, Ethanicity 56.5 2, Everly Girl 53 3,
Btg $41.00 7th to 1200m, 8th 800m, 9th turn.
Slowly away.
--- SPELL ---
3RD, 02Mar18 sht hd, 1L Muswellbrook Mdn
900m 57 (Ms R Murray 2) 11, Set weights, 52.63s
(Last 600m 34.09), Soft(5), Swift Arrival 56.5
1, Little Steiny 58.5 2, Manna Mil 56.5 4, Btg
$15.00, $16.00, $13.00 5th to turn.
8TH, 19Mar18 5.7L Armidale Mdn 1100m 56
(Ms J Duggan 5) 13, Lim 55.5, 1:04.31 (Last 600m
35.28), Good(3), Bridgetta Rose 58 1, Abb Roy
55.5 2, Bon Allen 58.5 3, Btg $3.50, $3.80, $3.50
7th to 800m, 6th turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- LET-UP --6TH, 04May18 5.7L Muswellbrook Mdn
900m 55 (Ms J Taylor 5) 10, Lim 55, 52.99s (Last
600m 34.22), Good(3), Upesi 56 1, Starrick 54 2,
Uncle Sam 55 3, Btg $9.00, $11.00 8th to turn.
Checked near 600m.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 08Jun18 4.2L Taree Mdn 1005m 57 (Ms
R Murray 4) 11, Set weights, 1:00.89 (Last 600m
36.92), Heavy(9), Texas Storm 59 1, Our Lady
Violet 57 2, Dia Vernon 59 3, Btg $11.00, $10.00,
$11.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 01Jul18 12L Taree Mdn 1007m 55 (Ms R
Murray 3) 12, Lim 55, 1:00.86 (Last 600m 37.66),
Soft(7), Designer Maid 53 1, Haley’s Girl 57 2, Just
Sizzling 56 3, Btg $17.00, $15.00 6th to 800m,
5th turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 23Oct18 lng hd, 3L Muswellbrook 2nd
Mdn 900m 55 (Ms R Murray 4) 9, Lim 55, 50.76s
(Last 600m 32.93), Good(4), Ortega Lane 56.5
1, Starletto 55 3, Hot Dreamer 55.5 4, Btg $5.00,
$4.80 2nd throughout.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 30Nov18 0.8L, hd Muswellbrook 1st
Mdn 1000m 57 (R Thompson 2) 10, Set weights,
58.87s (Last 600m 34.70), Soft(5), Cash Factor
54.5 1, Never Tardy 59 3, The Cat Factor 57.5 4,
Btg $3.50, $4.00, $3.80 led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 23Dec18 1.9L Taree 2nd Mdn 1000m
56.5 (Ms J Duggan 3) 7, Lim 55.5, 57.64s (Last
600m 35.38), Soft(5), Syd’s Footprints 58 1,
Gottabe Red 57 2, Peachies Dream 55.5 3, Btg
$5.50, $8.00 3rd to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Wasn’t all that far away here last start.
Free-running. Well placed from the perfect
draw. Can’t be taken lightly.
6. UPTOOIT (8) 56
br m 5 Mail Train — Uppity (P J Evans)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$19,085
17
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2
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
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14
1
2
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Wins
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2nds
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1
1
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2
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1
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TRACK: 3:0-1-1
DIST: 7:0-1-3
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 29.4%
LAST 15 STARTS: 823706704643432
6TH, 04Aug18 3.9L Kempsey F&M’s Mdn
1000m 58 (Ms B Stower 1) 9, Set weights, 58.80
secs , Good(3), Khorloo 58 1, Bubbles De Beer
56.5 2, Little Ebony Vega 54 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00
2nd to 800m, 6th turn. Eased near 800m.
7TH, 25Aug18 2.8L Kempsey Mdn 1000m
55 (Ms L G Cheshire 10) 12, Lim 55, 57.91 secs ,
Good(3), My Certain 56.5 1, Complete Faith 52.5
2, Senatorial 55 3, Btg $31.00, $71.00 5th to turn.
11TH, 03Sep18 7L Taree 2nd F&M’s Mdn
1250m 53.5 (Cejay Graham 1) 13, Lim 55, 1:15.56
(Last 600m 37.03), Good(3), The Wild Wild West
52 1, Natural Image 56.5 2, Wanchai 55 3, Btg
$41.00, $101.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
4TH, 15Sep18 4.7L Newcastle Mdn 900m
55.5 (Ms J Duggan 4) 5, Set weights, 51.78s (Last
600m 33.54), Good(4), Captain Courageous
56.5 1, Buckin’ Beauty 54.5 2, Handspun 54.5 3,
Btg $101.00, $81.00, $101.00 Last to turn.
6TH, 29Sep18 5.2L Newcastle Mdn 900m
55.5 (Ms J Duggan 6) 8, Set weights, 52.45s (Last
600m 33.43), Good(4), Buckin’ Beauty 51.5 1,
Mary Magpie 54.5 2, Adele’s Joy 57 3, Btg $31.00,
$101.00 6th throughout. Hung out near turn.
4TH, 20Oct18 1.6L Newcastle Mdn 900m 54
(Ms M Weir 7) 9, Set weights, 52.27s (Last 600m
33.30), Good(4), Inwithachance 57.5 1, Nivalis
54.5 2, Destiny’s Choice 59 3, Btg $31.00, $61.00
3rd to turn. Overraced early stages.
3RD, 05Nov18 lng hd, 3.3L Ballina 4yo and
UP Mdn 1000m 53 (Olivia Pickering 2) 8, Lim 55,
57.32s (Last 600m 34.76), Good(3), My Cousin
Steve 55 1, Super Freak 53 2, Magic Scent 56 4,
Btg $9.00, $11.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn.
4TH, 18Nov18 4.1L Newcastle Mdn 900m 53.5
(Ms J Duggan 4) 9, Lim 55, 52.25s (Last 600m
33.20), Good(4), Can I Rock 55 1, Gottabe Red
55.5 2, Kennywyn 55 3, Btg $11.00, $16.00 6th
to turn.
3RD, 03Dec18 lng nck, 2L Taree F&M’s Mdn
1000m 54.5 (Ms J Duggan 3) 9, Lim 54.5, 58.95s
(Last 600m 36.31), Good(3), Danger Woman 56
1, Got The Giggles 56.5 2, Wow Wow Kapow 57 4,
Btg $12.00, $16.00 3rd throughout.
2ND, 23Dec18 lng nck, 2.5L Taree 1st Mdn
1000m 55.5 (R Spokes 3) 10, Lim 55.5, 58.40s
(Last 600m 35.28), Soft(5), Gold Rhapsody 54
1, Phylicia 56 3, Miss Devinci 57.5 4, Btg $26.00,
$31.00, $26.00 2nd throughout.
Racing well. On pace and fought on
bravely to place here last outing. Worth
some thought.
7. BUSHIE’S CRUMPET (3) 55.5
br m 5 Bushranger (IR) — Modest Meisie (Justin
Bowen)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$13,975
13
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1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
13
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12
1
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Wins
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2nds
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1
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 7:0-0-1
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
PLACE: 15.4%
LAST 15 STARTS: 4327s9444545s40
7TH, 04Jan18 4.4L Taree Mdn 1000m 57.5 (A
Chau 2) 14, Lim 55.5, 58.45s (Last 600m 35.23),
Good(4), Jack’s Bar 58.5 1, Directory 56.5 2,
Natural Image 55.5 3, Btg $9.00, $12.00 6th to
800m, 5th turn.
--- SPELL --9TH, 29Apr18 4L Tamworth Mdn 1000m
57 (A Bullock 3) 14, Set weights, 57.98s (Last
600m 36.24), Good(4), Peloso Lass 56.5 1,
Pamplemousse 58.5 2, Tayrose 56.5 3, Btg
$12.00, $16.00, $15.00 6th to turn. Tightened
for room.
4TH, 15May18 1.5L Tamworth F&M’s Mdn
1000m 58 (G Buckley 7) 14, Set weights, 58.35s
(Last 600m 35.99), Good(4), Petra Jewel 56.5
1, Tayrose 58 2, Under Pressure 58 3, Btg $7.00,
$6.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
4TH, 01Jun18 1L Scone Mdn 1100m 57 (J
Penza 1) 14, Set weights, 1:04.89 (Last 600m
35.37), Good(4), Smith 59 1, Fort Jackson 59 2,
Belle Of Portugal 55 3, Btg $11.00, $12.00 2nd
to turn.
4TH, 12Jun18 2.6L Quirindi Mdn 1100m 57 (D
Pitomac 8) 10, Set weights, 1:03.77 (Last 600m
33.60), Good(3), Restless 59 1, Calamity Mo 57
2, Mystic Splendour 57 3, Btg $3.50, $3.80 led
to turn.
5TH, 19Jun18 3.5L Tamworth Mdn 1000m 57
(G Ryan 12) 14, Set weights, 57.41s (Last 600m
35.44), Good(3), Flash Stinger 56.5 1, Shot At The
Reward 59 2, Arnault 57 3, Btg $4.60, $5.00 8th
to turn.
4TH, 09Jul18 2.3L Tamworth Mdn 1200m 57
(G Ryan 6) 11, Set weights, 1:12.04 (Last 600m
36.95), Good(4), Highton 59 1, Keeva 57 2, Little
Geoffrey 59 3, Btg $9.00, $10.00 4th to 800m,
5th turn.
5TH, 20Jul18 5.5L Dubbo F&M’s Mdn 1010m
58 (J Hull 4) 11, Set weights, 57.10 secs , Good(3),
Jetgirl 58 1, Winterconi 58 2, Worldly Pleasure
58 3, Btg $5.00, $9.00 6th to 800m, 4th turn.
Checked near 800m.
--- SPELL --4TH, 30Nov18 4.3L Muswellbrook 2nd Mdn
1000m 57 (G Buckley 3) 11, Set weights, 58.43s
(Last 600m 34.41), Soft(5), Star Of O’Reilly 57.5
1, Thorn Brook 57.5 2, Hit The Target 59 3, Btg
$10.00, $15.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
10TH, 07Dec18 2.1L Mudgee Mdn 1200m 57
(A Gibbons 8) 13, Set weights, 1:12.06 , Good(3),
Concours 57 1, Southern Strategy 57 2, Trojan
57.5 3, Btg $11.00, $16.00 6th to 800m, 5th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Wasn’t all that far away at
Mudgee last time out. Each-way chance.
8. FLOSS’S DREAM (4) 55.5
b f 3 Dream Ahead (US) — Desert Trick (GB) (R
R Milligan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$300
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
1
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Wins
—
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 9s
9TH, 16Jul18 5L Cessnock 2yo Mdn 900m 56
(Ms B Hodder 7) 12, Lim 54, 52.05s (Last 600m
33.53), Firm(2), Pluck And Lucky 56 1, She’s My
Girl 56 2, Mikuro 56 3, Btg $61.00, $101.00 10th
to turn. Jumped awkwardly. Blocked for a run
near turn. Hung out near 100m.
--- SPELL --First-up. Needs to improve on modest
debut performance. Faces a task.
9. MAGIC GIFT (1) 55.5
b f 3 Magic Albert — Dark Topaze (A J Denham)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1000
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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1
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Wins
—
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—
—
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 9
LAST, 22Dec18 14.1L Newcastle 3yo Mdn
900m 55 (M Bell 9) 9, Set weights, 52.58s (Last
600m 33.18), Good(4), Time And Again 55 1,
Charlotte’s Heart 52 2, Nivalis 55 3, Btg $21.00,
$41.00 Last to turn.
Didn’t show much fight at debut. Easier
here but needs to find a few lengths. Not
fancied.
10. MISS PIPER ROSE (11) 55.5
ch f 3 Albrecht — Abel Miss (M J Robinson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1040
2
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
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1
1
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Wins
—
—
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 68
6TH, 03Dec18 5.4L Taree F&M’s Mdn 1000m
57 (K Matheson 9) 9, Lim 54.5, 58.95s (Last
600m 36.31), Good(3), Danger Woman 56
1, Got The Giggles 56.5 2, Uptooit 54.5 3, Btg
$51.00, $81.00 7th to turn. Slowly away. Eased
concluding stages.
8TH, 17Dec18 8.8L Taree Mdn 1250m 54 (Ms J
Duggan 5) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.76 (Last 600m 37.08),
Soft(5), Destiny’s Choice 58 1, Weigela 56 2,
Equiseta 56 3, Btg $51.00, $81.00 7th to 800m,
9th turn. Blocked for a run in straight.
Was safely held here at latest. Badly
drawn. Not keen.
11. PEACHIES DREAM (10) 55.5
b f 3 Dream Ahead (US) — Desert Pegasus (R R
Milligan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$5250
4
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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2
1
1
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Wins
—
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2nds
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 2:0-0-1
DIST: 3:0-0-1
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 44s4s3
4TH, 25Mar18 1.8L Coffs Harbour Mdn 810m
53 (Ms C Baker 1) 9, Set weights, 48.28s (Last
600m 35.40), Heavy(8), Our Trolley Dolly 56.5 1,
Natural Image 55 2, Star Song 58.5 3, Btg $17.00,
$21.00, $15.00 Last to turn. Hung out middle
stages. Vetted - no abnormalities. Warning racing manners.
4TH, 13Apr18 3.9L Port Macquarie 2yo Open
1006m 54.5 (P Graham 11) 11, Lim 54.5, 1:00.40
(Last 600m 34.71), Good(4), Star Of Theharbour
58 1, Impulsive Maneuver 55 2, Taken On Chance
57 3, Btg $9.00, $7.50 6th to turn.
--- SPELL ---
4TH, 19Aug18 1.8L Taree 3yo Mdn 1000m
55 (P Graham 10) 12, Set weights, 59.11s (Last
600m 35.33), Good(3), Fair Dinkum 57 1, Quick
Nick 57 2, Thorn Brook 57 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00
4th to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- SPELL --3RD, 23Dec18 lng nck, 1L Taree 2nd Mdn
1000m 55.5 (T Treichel 1) 7, Lim 55.5, 57.64s
(Last 600m 35.38), Soft(5), Syd’s Footprints 58
1, Gottabe Red 57 2, Miss Eimar 56.5 4, Btg $3.50,
$2.80 (eq fav). 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Finished solidly to place here first-up.
Strips fitter. Rates highly.
12. STANFORD MERTHYR (5)
55.5
b/br f 3 Duporth — Dee Lilly (Nicole Hudson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1000
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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1
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Wins
—
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—
—
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2nds
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—
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3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 8
8TH, 22Dec18 10L Newcastle 3yo Mdn 900m
55 (B El-Issa 5) 9, Set weights, 52.58s (Last
600m 33.18), Good(4), Time And Again 55 1,
Charlotte’s Heart 52 2, Nivalis 55 3, Btg $151.00,
$101.00, $151.00 7th to turn. Slowly away (2L).
Disappointing debut performance. Drops
in grade but sharp improvement required.
Looking elsewhere.
13. STELLA ARDENS (12) 55.5
b m 4 Star Witness — Burnley (Ben Hill)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$6765
11
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
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9
2
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Wins
—
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 6:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 46s470s574756
6TH, 06Aug17 6.6L Muswellbrook 3yo Mdn
1000m 55 (M Bell 4) 8, Set weights, 57.49s
(Last 600m 34.26), Good(4), Grasslands 55 1,
Eagleworks 57 2, Sweers Island 57 3, Btg $26.00,
$31.00 Last to 800m, 7th turn. Hampered at start.
--- SPELL --4TH, 11Dec17 4.4L Tuncurry 3yo Mdn 1000m
53 (Ms M Weir 7) 10, Lim 54, 57.55s (track
record), Good(3), Eyes To Heaven 56 1, Salty Rain
58 2, Ms Wicked Nicci 55 3, Btg $8.00, $8.50,
$5.50 4th throughout. Hung in in straight.
Proved difficult to ride out.
7TH, 27Dec17 9.1L Scone 1st Mdn 1100m 54
(Ms M Weir 9) 10, Set weights, 1:04.16 (Last
600m 34.71), Good(4), Leogang 57.5 1, Oxford
Angel 55.5 2, Artefiori 55.5 3, Btg $51.00, $81.00
Last to 800m, 9th turn. Slowly away (2L).
10TH, 12Jan18 9.4L Muswellbrook 3yo Mdn
1280m 52 (Ms A Skerritt 3) 11, Lim 54, 1:15.12 (Last
600m 35.15), Good(4), Star Boy 60 1, Keeva 57.5
2, Not A Sound 56 3, Btg $71.00, $101.00 8th to
800m, 7th turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 23Oct18 3.6L Muswellbrook 1st Mdn
900m 55 (S Guymer 9) 12, Lim 55, 50.50s (Last
600m 32.33), Good(4), Lingalonga Lass 55 1,
Cash Factor 52 2, Pleasure Bomb 55 3 dead heat,
Btg $31.00, $51.00, $41.00 5th throughout.
7TH, 06Nov18 7.3L Muswellbrook 4yo and
UP Mdn 1000m 57 (S Lisnyy 13) 13, Set weights,
57.18s (Last 600m 34.08), Good(4), Anchois 59
1, Philadora 57 2, The Sprooker 59 3, Btg $41.00,
$51.00 12th to turn. Slowly away.
4TH, 15Nov18 1.5L Port Macquarie Mdn
1000m 54 (S Lisnyy 6) 13, Lim 54, 59.63s (Last
600m 35.02), Good(4), Red Cupcake 56 1,
Casino Mondial 58.5 2, Exdream 56.5 3, Btg
$21.00, $17.00 2nd to turn.
7TH, 27Nov18 4L Port Macquarie Mdn 1006m
57 (D Mc Lellan 8) 12, Set weights, 59.49s (Last
600m 35.14), Good(4), Smokin’ Suzy 55.5 1, Miss
Powerbelle 55.5 2, Sfilza 55.5 3, Btg $16.00,
$21.00 8th to 800m, 4th turn.
5TH, 10Dec18 2.8L Tuncurry 4yo and UP
Mdn 1200m 54 (B Looker 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:12.01
, Good(4), Danzibar Dancer 54.5 1, Khitaamy 58
2, Guest 59.5 3, Btg $15.00, $17.00, $13.00 4th to
800m, 3rd turn. Slowly away.
6TH, 23Dec18 3.5L Taree 1st Mdn 1000m 55.5
(J Kehoe 9) 10, Lim 55.5, 58.40s (Last 600m
35.28), Soft(5), Gold Rhapsody 54 1, Uptooit
55.5 2, Phylicia 56 3, Btg $8.50, $6.50, $7.50 4th
to 800m, 5th turn.
Hard to recommend.
RACE 2
EQ2
Maiden
2.35 (1250m)
1. MONEY TRAVELS (7) 59.5
b g 4 Snippetson — Final Star (W J Gavenlock)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$14,925
6
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2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
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4
2
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Wins
—
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2nds
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2
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3rds
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1
1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-1-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 66.7%
LAST 15 STARTS: 3424s23
3RD, 03Feb18 3.3L, nck Newcastle Mdn
900m 58.5 (C Lever 5) 6, Set weights, 51.95s
(Last 300m 18.75), Good(4), Cheers Joyce 56.5 1,
Sunreel 54 2, Ten Carat 58.5 4, Btg $2.50, $2.80,
$2.25 (fav). 2nd to turn. Carried wide near turn.
4TH, 20Feb18 3L Wyong Mdn 1100m 56.5 (J
Van Overmeire 3) 5, Set weights, 1:03.83 (Last
600m 34.80), Soft(5), Inanup 59 1, Oyster Bay
57 2, Xaarfoxylady 56.5 3, Btg $9.00, $12.00,
$11.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
2ND, 05Mar18 0.8L, 1.8L Orange Mdn 1300m 58
(G Ryan 9) 13, Lim 54.5, 1:17.77 , Good(3), Posh Arli
55 1, Destiny Is Written 54.5 3, Diva Doc 53 4, Btg
$1.90, $2.35, $2.25 (fav). 6th to 800m, 5th turn.
4TH, 20Mar18 2.6L Bathurst Mdn 1406m 58.5
(G Ryan 3) 12, Set weights, 1:22.70 , Good(4),
Yorkshire Rock 58.5 1, I Arize 59 2, Winterconi 57
3, Btg $2.90, $2.35 (fav). 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Hampered early stages.
--- SPELL --2ND, 02Dec18 1.8L, 1.3L Grafton 4yo and
UP Mdn 1100m 57.5 (Cejay Graham 6) 12, Set
weights, 1:03.93 (Last 600m 33.70), Good(4),
Alternative Facts 57 1, Run All Night 57 3,
Greatduck 59 4, Btg $4.60, $3.80, $4.20 8th to
turn. Hampered early stages. Hampered near
800m.
3RD, 18Dec18 1L, 1L Armidale C,H&G’s
Mdn 1100m 57.5 (Cejay Graham 10) 12, Set
weights, 1:05.09 (Last 600m 36.01), Soft(5),
Babbinboon Boy 57 1, Axlrows 56 2, Gee Tee Ay
59 4, Btg $4.00, $4.60, $3.80 10th to 800m, 4th
turn. Blundered near 800m. Hung in in straight.
Knocking on the door. Closed from well
back to fill the minors at Armidale last
outing. Fitter for two runs back. One of the
major players.
2. JAY’N’JAY (9) 58
b g 5 Arlington — Hoonose (G McFarlane)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$720
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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1
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Wins
—
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2nds
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3rds
—
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 5
5TH, 23Dec18 2L Taree Mdn 1300m 58 (Ms
J Duggan 4) 13, Lim 54, 1:18.89 (Last 600m
37.07), Soft(5), Belle De Vega 54.5 1, Manhattan
Gambler 55.5 2, East Esplanade 52.5 3, Btg $5.50,
$9.00 led to turn.
Solid debut performance and sure to
improve into this. Keep safe.
3. MONACO SNIPER (11) 57
b g 4 Monaco Consul (NZ) — Six Gauge (W T
Wilkes)
P’Money
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s
LAST, 26Feb18 14.7L Taree 3yo Mdn 1250m
56.5 (Ms C Baker 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:16.11 (Last 600m
37.55), Soft(7), Bold Dapper 55 1, Diamond
Deluxe 56 2, Ted’s Dream 57.5 3, Btg $7.00,
$17.00 8th to 800m, 9th turn. Slowly away.
Overraced early stages. Checked near 800m.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Failed to impress at debut.
Awkwardly drawn. Prefer others.
4. BARUCCI (10) 56.5
b g 4 Pierro — Heigl (W J Gavenlock)
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 59s
5TH, 01Jul18 5.8L Taree Mdn 1007m 59 (R
Spokes 8) 12, Lim 55, 1:00.86 (Last 600m
37.66), Soft(7), Designer Maid 53 1, Haley’s Girl
57 2, Just Sizzling 56 3, Btg $21.00 11th to 800m,
9th turn. Slowly away.
9TH, 12Jul18 4L Grafton Mdn 1200m 57.5 (R
Spokes 4) 14, Lim 54, 1:10.48 (Last 600m 34.83),
Good(4), Usurp 58 1, San Marco 58 2, Moonmo
58 3, Btg $51.00, $81.00, $71.00 8th to 800m,
10th turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --Fitter for ½ len, sht nk 3rd Jexerlent,
Wewonya 800m Coffs Harbour barrier trial
Good(4) Dec 13. First-up. Out of the money
in opening campaign but since trialled well
and likely improver this time in. Worth
including.
5. MYBOYCOLLY (13) 56.5
b/br g 3 Myboycharlie (IR) — Collodi (J C Deamer)
LAST 15 STARTS:
6TH, 27Jul18 9.7L Beaumont 1st 2YO , C & G’s
Btria 800m, (D Mc Lellan 6) 6, Catch weights,
48.01 secs (Last 600m 32.99), Track Soft(5),
President’s Choice 1, Set To Sizzle 2, Onyar 3,
3RD, 10Dec18 2L, sht hd Tuncurry Btria
1000m, (D Mc Lellan 2) 8, Catch weights, 1:01.49
, Track Good(4), Call The Game 1, Showada 2,
Toni Theyugoslav 4,
Trials: (2:0-0-1). Trialled fairly. Drawn off
the track. Market holds the key.
6. THE MIGHTY STORK (12) 56.5
ch g 3 Purrealist — Shivering Sands (Ms K Waugh)
LAST 15 STARTS:
4TH, 03Dec18 6.4L Wyong 1st Btria 845m,
(A Layt 4) 5, Catch weights, 51.47 secs (Last
600m 34.58), Track Soft(5), Margie Bee 1, She’s
Independent 2, Stratacheva 3,
5TH, 18Dec18 6.9L Gosford 2nd Btria 1000m,
(S Lisnyy 5) 8, Catch weights, 1:01.42 , Track
Good(4), Front Sight 1, Weeping Waters 2,
Mended 3,
Trials: (2:0-0-0). Tough alley. Use betting
as a further guide.
7. LOCK AND LAUNCH (4) 55
b g 3 Smart Missile — Vain Deb (M R Stitt)
P’Money
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2nd 3rd
$5340
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 5205
5TH, 22Oct18 5.9L Coonabarabran Mdn
900m 56.5 (C Lever 2) 11, Set weights, 51 secs ,
Soft(6), Thermosa 57 1, Beechal 57 2, La Petite
Belle 57 3, Btg $26.00, $17.00 7th to turn.
2ND, 09Nov18 2.3L, sht hd Orange C,H&G’s
Mdn 1000m 57.5 (G Buckley 4) 6, Set weights,
57.92 secs , Good(4), Paris In May 59 1,
Bennelong 59 3, Skipper Joe 59 4, Btg $4.20,
$5.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED ---
11TH, 13Dec18 11L Coffs Harbour 3yo Mdn
1200m 57 (B Looker 3) 12, Set weights, 1:12.31
(Last 600m 35.88), Good(4), Moana Marie 55 1,
Bozeman 57 2, Spirit Of Indigo 55 3, Btg $10.00,
$26.00 8th to 800m, 9th turn. Hampered near
turn.
5TH, 23Dec18 3.1L Taree 1st Mdn 1000m 57
(M Mc Guren 7) 10, Lim 55.5, 58.40s (Last 600m
35.28), Soft(5), Gold Rhapsody 54 1, Uptooit 55.5
2, Phylicia 56 3, Btg $9.00, $10.00 9th to 800m,
8th turn. Hampered early stages.
Ran home respectably here last time out.
Only a place chance.
8. MARISABEL (8) 54.5
br f 3 Animal Kingdom (US) — Paraca (AR) (Ms
K Waugh)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 03Dec18 1L, 0.8L Wyong 2nd Btria
845m, (A Layt 1) 6, Catch weights, 51.61 secs
(Last 600m 34.91), Track Soft(5), Magic Gift 2,
Day Star 3, Materiality 4,
WON, 18Dec18 sht hd, 1L Gosford 1st Btria
1000m, (S Lisnyy 1) 8, Catch weights, 1:01.92
, Track Good(4), Elgin 2, Materiality 3, Magic
Charlee 4,
Trials: (2:2-0-0). Indicated talent at the
trials. Bears close watching.
9. WHALER BILL (5) 54.5
b g 3 Dreamscape — Jubilee (Ben Hill)
P’Money
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1st
2nd 3rd
$3480
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 04s69
12TH, 14Jul18 7.5L Wyong 2yo Mdn 1200m 58
(Ms R Murray 6) 13, Lim 54.5, 1:11.70 (Last 600m
36.42), Good(4), Fearless Girl 56 1, Loveseat 56
2, Partners 57.5 3, Btg $81.00, $101.00 6th to
800m, 10th turn. Ran wide early, middle stages.
Eased near 600m.
4TH, 03Aug18 3.2L Wyong 3yo Mdn 1350m 57
(S Lisnyy 5) 8, Set weights, 1:21.06 (Last 600m
36.39), Good(4), Republic 57 1, Nuclear Burst 57 2,
Regal Capital 57 3, Btg $31.00, $81.00 led to turn.
--- SPELL --6TH, 24Nov18 7.7L Gosford 3yo Mdn 1100m
57 (S Guymer 3) 7, Set weights, 1:03.35 (Last
600m 34.97), Good(4), Gimme Shelter 56
including 1 over 1, Lagarde 55 2, Light Exceed
55 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
9TH, 12Dec18 7.2L Wyong Mdn 1350m 57.5 (S
Guymer 8) 11, Set weights, 1:20.23 (Last 600m
35.34), Good(4), Nindamos 57.5 1, Jimmu 57.5
2, Classic Jade 59 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00 led
settling, 2nd 800m, led turn.
On pace but weakened right out of it at
Wyong at latest. This is easier but needs to
find something extra. Doesn’t look likely.
10. IT’S EASY (3) 54
b f 3 Pierro — Miss Mittagong (US) (B A Partelle)
P’Money
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$500
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 0
10TH, 14Dec18 7L Scone Mdn 1300m 54.5 (G
Ryan 14) 14, Lim 54, 1:17.51 (Last 600m 35.04),
Soft(6), Hit The Target 58 1, Schemer 54.5 2,
Smoodge 54 3, Btg $31.00, $21.00 13th to 800m,
Last turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Moderate debut and expect will need
some more racing. A win would surprise.
11. SENATORIAL (1) 54
b g 3 Hinchinbrook — Acorker (NZ) (A P Ball)
P’Money
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2nd 3rd
$1890
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TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 603s8
6TH, 09Aug18 7.7L Taree 3yo Mdn 1000m 54
(Ms M Castle 7) 7, Lim 55.5, 59.96s (Last 600m
36.07), Good(3), Bill ‘n’ Ted 58 1, Raay Of Time 56
2, Sassy Charlie 55.5 3, Btg $51.00, $61.00 6th
throughout.
11TH, 17Aug18 11.2L Taree C,H&G’s Mdn
1250m 54.5 (B Looker 9) 14, Lim 54, 1:13.49 (Last
600m 36.03), Good(3), Esplanade 54 1, Eskimo
Commander 58 2, Zubrowka 55.5 3, Btg $81.00,
$71.00, $101.00 5th to 800m, 9th turn.
3RD, 25Aug18 1L, 0.5L Kempsey Mdn 1000m
55 (P Graham 7) 12, Lim 55, 57.91 secs , Good(3),
My Certain 56.5 1, Complete Faith 52.5 2, Wee
Lassie 55 4, Btg $21.00, $31.00 9th to turn.
--- SPELL --8TH, 13Dec18 8.6L Coffs Harbour Mdn 1000m
56 (P Graham 8) 12, Lim 55.5, 57.77s (Last 600m
35.03), Good(4), Bubbles Ball 58 1, Dorset Coast
57 2, Sfilza 58 3, Btg $51.00, $41.00, $61.00 10th
to turn. Hampered near 1000m.
Couldn’t show a turn of foot in same
company at Coffs Harbour first-up. Looks
tested.
12. TEARS HE CRIED (2) 54
b m 4 Uncle Mo (US) — Cheval Noir (R A Bailey)
P’Money
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1st
2nd 3rd
$8920
11
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TRACK: 5:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
PLACE: 9.1%
LAST 15 STARTS: 95597s404355
5TH, 23Jan18 5.9L Taree Mdn 1007m 56.5
(Ms J Taylor 6) 11, Lim 56.5, 58.76s (Last 600m
35.73), Good(3), Golden Comet 59 1, The Eulo
Queen 56.5 2, Sunday Special 56.5 3, Btg $26.00,
$21.00, $31.00 4th to 800m, 7th turn.
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5TH, 12Feb18 3L Taree Mdn 1250m 55 (P
Graham 10) 11, Lim 55, 1:14.66 (Last 600m
36.49), Good(4), Prontissimo 57.5 1, Keeva 58.5
2, Wolfram 55 3, Btg $26.00, $61.00 led to turn.
Overraced early, middle stages.
9TH, 26Feb18 10.4L Taree 3yo Mdn 1250m
54 (P Graham 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:16.11 (Last 600m
37.55), Soft(7), Bold Dapper 55 1, Diamond
Deluxe 56 2, Ted’s Dream 57.5 3, Btg $13.00,
$12.00, $16.00 led to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 31Mar18 4.1L Mudgee Mdn 1400m 56
(Ms L G Henry 1) 13, Lim 56, 1:25.09 , Good(3),
Wanted Trio 54.5 1, Regalia 56 2, Strykingly So
54.5 3, Btg $12.00, $15.00 led to turn. Hung out
near turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 09Aug18 1L Kembla Grange Mdn 1000m
55 (Ms J Taylor 4) 9, Lim 55, 57.16s (Last 600m
33.98), Good(3), Sweetest Eyes 54 1, Colonel
Penaga 55 2, All The Wine 53 3, Btg $71.00,
$21.00, $31.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
10TH, 26Aug18 8.5L Wyong 4yo and UP Mdn
1100m 55 (A Adkins 11) 12, Lim 55, 1:04.23 (Last
600m 34.57), Soft(5), Tikkitala 58 1, Infinitely
Perfect 57 2, Neruda 58 3, Btg $11.00, $16.00
3rd to turn.
4TH, 16Sep18 1.2L Taree Mdn 1000m 57 (R
Thompson 7) 12, Set weights, 59.12s (Last 600m
35.91), Good(3), Dream A Lot 57 1, Gus Lightning
59 2, Bellastar 54.5 3, Btg $5.00, $4.60 led to
800m, 3rd turn.
3RD, 06Oct18 1.5L, 1.3L Port Macquarie 4yo
and UP Mdn 1010m 55 (R Thompson 6) 10, Lim
55, 1:01.21 (Last 600m 36.11), Soft(7), Directory
55 1, Inwithachance 56 2, Snippets Of Rain 57.5 4,
Btg $3.20, $3.50 (fav). 3rd throughout.
--- LET-UP --5TH, 30Nov18 4.4L Muswellbrook 2nd Mdn
1000m 57 (Ms M Weir 2) 11, Set weights, 58.43s
(Last 600m 34.41), Soft(5), Star Of O’Reilly 57.5
1, Thorn Brook 57.5 2, Hit The Target 59 3, Btg
$10.00, $15.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn.
5TH, 16Dec18 5L Hawkesbury Mdn 1100m
54 (A Banks 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:04.39 (Last 600m
35.21), Soft(6), Bad Boy For Love 57 1, Schnapps
57 2, I’m A Legend 60.5 3, Btg $81.00, $71.00 5th
throughout.
Coming off a modest run this grade at
Hawkesbury last start. Gets in light. Drawn
well. Drops in grade and gets the chance to
be more competitive. Among the dangers.
13. UNSUS (6) 54
br m 4 Trusting — Save Yourself (Nicole Hudson)
P’Money
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1st
2nd 3rd
$1800
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 9s809
LAST, 13Jul18 9.8L Scone 3yo Mdn 1100m 57.5
(G Buckley 7) 9, Lim 55.5, 1:05.21 (Last 600m
34.76), Good(4), Sagason 55.5 1, Kandos Tiger
56 2, Grand Exit 58 3, Btg $31.00, $101.00 Last
to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- SPELL --LAST, 02Dec18 8.4L Newcastle Mdn 900m
56.5 (M Squires 6) 8, Lim 55.5, 52.23s (Last
600m 33.74), Good(4), Skagerrak 56.5 1,
Looksea 55.5 2, Sennacherib 57.5 3, Btg $101.00,
$151.00 7th to turn.
11TH, 19Dec18 10.6L Wyong Mdn 1000m
57 (M Squires 4) 12, Set weights, 57.56s (Last
600m 33.67), Good(4), Taken Everything 55.5
1, Looksea 54.5 2, Montana Thunder 59 3, Btg
$151.00 11th throughout. Slowly away.
9TH, 29Dec18 14.8L Scone 1st Mdn 1300m 57
(A Cavallo 7) 11, Set weights, 1:16.25 (Last 600m
33.94), Good(3), Smoodge 55.5 1, Marawaka 57.5
2, Hyper 57.5 3, Btg $151.00 6th to 800m, 9th
turn.
Failed to trouble the judge in 4 career
runs. Not likely.
RACE 3
EQ3
Class 3
3.10 (1600m)
1. HAAMES (9) 59
b g 4 Eavesdropper (US) — Hamasat (GB) (Colt
Prosser)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$60,245
11
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3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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DIST: 2:1-0-1
TRACK: 5:2-1-0
Won over: 1400 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-2-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 18.2%
PLACE: 63.6%
RTG: 60
LAST 15 STARTS: 56s22413134s2
6TH, 28Aug17 2.4L Coffs Harbour 3yo Mdn
1200m 58.5 (P Graham 9) 10, Lim 55, 1:10.93
(Last 600m 35.74), Good(3), Bearly Thinking 56
1, Almas 58.5 2, First Family 58.5 3, Btg $15.00,
$17.00, $13.00 Last to 800m, 9th turn. Slowly
away. Hampered on straightening.
--- SPELL --2ND, 18Feb18 1/2 nck, 0.8L Port Macquarie
3yo Mdn 1100m 57 (P Graham 3) 7, Lim 54.5,
1:06.54 (Last 600m 35.58), Good(4), Could
I Be 56 1, Shoreditch 59 3, Daybreaker 58 4,
Btg $5.50, $6.50 5th to 800m, 3rd turn. Wide
throughout.
2ND, 02Mar18 1/2 nck, sht hd Port Macquarie
C,H&G’s Mdn 1206m 58 (P Graham 9) 10, Lim
54.5, 1:13.53 (Last 600m 36.79), Good(4),
Shoreditch 59 1, Septango 56 3, Saint Denis 59 4,
Btg $5.00, $4.60 Last to 800m, 9th turn.
4TH, 16Mar18 2.9L Taree Mdn 1312m 59 (P
Graham 2) 11, Lim 55, 1:19.77 (Last 600m 36.93),
Good(4), Leiladane 55 1, Wolfram 55 2, Ted’s
Dream 58 3, Btg $3.00, $3.50, $3.20 (fav). 8th to
800m, 10th turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 07Apr18 0.8L, 1.3L Taree Mdn 1400m
58.5 (P Graham 3) 14, Set weights, 1:26.40 (Last
600m 37.19), Soft(5), Mokin 59 2, Saint Denis 59
3, Solar Storm 55.5 4, Btg $5.00, $6.50 8th to
turn. Slowly away. Hampered early stages.
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3RD, 27Apr18 2L, 1L Coffs Harbour Cls 1
1600m 57.5 (P Graham 5) 11, Set weights, 1:41.25
(Last 600m 39.77), Soft(7), Vertex 53 1, You Es
Commander 59 2, Primal Touch 59 4, Btg $4.00,
$3.80, $4.80 6th to 800m, 3rd turn. Struck
interference at start. Carried wide near 1000m.
Laid out concluding stages.
WON, 14May18 lng hd, 1L Taree Cls 1 1600m
57.5 (P Graham 6) 12, Set weights, 1:41.07 (Last
600m 39.33), Soft(7), Luddenham Lass 55.5 2,
Gacela 52.5 3, Lilac Wine 57 4, Btg $5.00, $4.80
11th to 1200m, 10th 800m, 9th turn.
3RD, 02Jun18 0.8L, 0.5L Rosehill Cls 2
1400m 55.5 (B Shinn 2) 11, Lim 53, 1:24.66 (Last
600m 35.36), Good(4), Radiant Choice 60.5
1, Hemmerle 58.5 2, Doctor On Ice 54.5 4, Btg
$21.00, $26.00, $16.00 Last settling, 10th turn.
4TH, 16Jun18 .5 L Rosehill Cls 3 1500m 53 (J
Innes Jnr 1) 11, Lim 53, 1:32.31 (Last 600m 36.65,
Last 200m 12.38), Soft(5), My Blue Jeans 55
1, Gronky 53 2, Dia De Reyes 59 3, Btg $11.00,
$12.00, $11.00 6th settling, 8th turn. Lost a
plate.
--- SPELL --2ND, 17Dec18 1L, 3.3L Taree Cls 2 1250m 59
(P Graham 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:14.78 (Last 600m 37),
Soft(5), Stella Sea Sun 56 1, Clever Gent 54 3, Son
D’Amour 54.5 4, Btg $4.00, $3.20 5th to turn.
Honest customer. Ran on well to place
here first-up. Fitter. Has had success at this
track. Take beating.
2. SUNDAY SWINDLER (7) 57.5
b g 6 Husson (AR) — Ready On Sunday (Ben Hill)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$63,890
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 4:0-0-1
DIST: 5:1-0-2
Won over: 1250 (1) 1600 (1) 1750 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-0-1
2nd UP: 5:0-0-0
3rd UP: 5:1-0-0
4th UP: 4:1-0-2
WIN: 11.5%
PLACE: 30.8%
RTG: 57
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s6680407s47130
8TH, 08May18 4.7L Newcastle Bm65
1500m 59 (B Mc Dougall 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:31.97
(Last 600m 35.06), Soft(5), Hand It In 54 1,
Nadacheva 57.5 2, Frogmarch 56.5 3, Btg $21.00,
$26.00 4th settling, 3rd 800m, 4th turn.
LAST, 23May18 12L Canterbury Bm75 1900m
54 including 1 over (C Brown 7) 10, Lim 53,
1:57.62 (Last 600m 36.07), Good(3), Augustus
56.5 1, Base Camp 57.5 2, Tunero 53.5 3, Btg
$71.00, $101.00 7th to 1200m, 9th 800m, Last
turn.
4TH, 04Jun18 4.3L Cessnock Bm65 2125m
58 (S Guymer 3) 10, Lim 54, 2:11.77 (Last 600m
34.79), Good(3), My Friend Charlie 56 1, Packen
58.5 2, Latin Light 56.5 3, Btg $16.00, $21.00,
$16.00 4th settling, 3rd 1200m, 4th 800m, 3rd
turn. Overraced early stages.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 26Jun18 8.8L Port Macquarie Bm65
2018m 57.5 (P Graham 10) 11, Lim 54, 2:09.77
(Last 600m 39.12), Soft(6), Chantilly Chateau
56.5 1, Chalcedony 60.5 2, Face Like Thunder
56.5 3, Btg $10.00, $7.00, $13.00 8th settling,
7th to 800m, 8th turn. Wide throughout.
7TH, 07Jul18 7.8L Newcastle Bm65 1890m
56.5 (Ms R Murray 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:57.84 ((track
record) Last 600m 38.30), Good(4), Shadal 59
1, Huangshan 58 2, Fireman Sam I Am 60.5 3, Btg
$71.00, $51.00 4th settling, 5th to turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 23Oct18 .3 L Muswellbrook Bm58
1280m 59 (S Guymer 6) 14, Lim 54, 1:16.06 (Last
600m 35.30), Good(4), Magic Beneteau 59.5
1, Sithali 54 2 dead heat, Yambaah Prince 59.5
2 dead heat, Btg $16.00, $10.00, $11.00 9th to
turn. Hampered at start. Blocked for a run in
straight.
LAST, 06Nov18 9L Muswellbrook Bm66
1280m 55 (D Mc Lellan 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:16.17 (Last
600m 34.27), Good(4), Cosmic Reign 58.5 1,
General Artie 61.5 2, Yambaah Prince 57.5 3, Btg
$8.50, $12.00, $9.00 5th to 800m, Last turn.
WON, 19Nov18 1L, 1.3L Scone Bm58 1600m
58 (S Guymer 4) 13, Lim 54, 1:36.82 (Last 600m
34.59), Good(3), Winter Sonata 58 2, Shangato
61 3, Net Effect 59.5 4, Btg $21.00 4th to 1200m,
2nd to turn. Overraced middle stages.
3RD, 01Dec18 0.8L, 0.8L Kembla Grange
Bm64 1600m 54 (Ms W Costin 7) 9, Lim 54,
1:38.33 (Last 600m 35.28), Soft(7), Miss Jenny
56.5 1, Nacho Libre 61 2, First Courrier 56 4, Btg
$8.50, $9.00 led to turn.
11TH, 14Dec18 18.8L Canterbury-N Bm70
1900m 54 (J Ford 8) 12, Lim 54, 1:59.38 (Last
600m 36.93), Heavy(8), Dylan’s Romance 56.5
1, Tunero 59 2, High Power 60 3, Btg $61.00,
$101.00 6th to 1200m, 7th to turn. Overraced
early, middle stages. Eased early stages.
Checked near 1400m.
Must be considered.
3. O’JUST SAYING (3) 57
b g 8 O’Reilly (NZ) — Saucy (NZ) (Kellie Nicholls)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$246,008
30
3
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
30
—
29
1
—
—
Wins
—
3
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—
2nds
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1
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 10:1-1-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 8:1-0-0
2nd UP: 8:0-0-0
3rd UP: 5:1-0-0
4th UP: 4:1-0-0
WIN: 10%
PLACE: 13.3%
RTG: 56
LAST 15 STARTS: 000s5090s000s58
10TH, 18May16 4.3L Happy Valley-N Cls 4
1650m 59.5 (M L Yeung 8) 12, Lim 53.5, 1:40.74
(Last 400m 24.24), Good, Rapid Triumph 54.5 1,
Rock The Tree 54 2, Giant Turtle 57 3, Btg $41.00
Last to turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 11Sep16 4.5L Sha Tin Cls 4 1600m 55 (M L
Yeung 3) 12, Lim 51.5, 1:35.07 (Last 400m 22.93),
Good, Able Deed 59 1, Unique Happiest 56.5 2,
Supernatural 53 3, Btg $51.00 5th settling, 4th turn.
10TH, 21Sep16 6.3L Happy Valley-N Cls 4
1650m 57 (M L Yeung 12) 12, Lim 53.5, 1:41.54
(Last 400m 24.23), Good, Good Choice 59.5 1,
Born To Race 55.5 2, Pearl Furu 57 3, Btg $41.00
2nd settling, 3rd 800m, 4th turn.
9TH, 05Oct16 6.3L Happy Valley-N Cls 4
1650m 55 (M L Yeung 3) 12, Lim 52.5, 1:42.56
(Last 400m 23.94), Good, Victory Boys 58 1,
Newswire Free 55 2, Pearl Furu 55 3, Btg $71.00
7th to 800m, 11th turn.
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12TH, 16Oct16 5.9L Sha Tin Cls 4 1600m 50 (H
T Mo 13) 13, Lim 51.5, 1:35.17 (Last 400m 23.10),
Good, Victory Master 53.5 1, Xinjiang Yarn 57.5
2, Invention Master 54.5 3, Btg $101.00 11th
settling, 7th 800m, 8th turn. Wide throughout.
--- SPELL --11TH, 08Jan17 8.3L Sha Tin Cls 4 1400m 52 (M
L Yeung 5) 14, Lim 52, 1:22.31 (Last 400m 22.57),
Good, Mr Potential 59.5 1, Everest 56 2, Superior
Boy 60.5 3, Btg $71.00 10th settling, 11th 800m,
12th turn.
12TH, 22Jan17 9.9L Sha Tin Cls 4 1400m 51 (T
H So 13) 14, Lim 52, 1:22.48 (Last 400m 23.76),
Good, Right Call 60.5 1, Rattan 57 2, Victory
Follow Me 57.5 3, Btg $101.00 8th settling, 12th
800m, 11th turn.
--- LET-UP --LAST, 12Mar17 24.8L Sha Tin Cls 5 1650m 60.5
(O Doleuze 9) 14, Lim 51.5, 1:38.67 (Last 400m
23.52), Good, Atomic Blast 54 1, Five Stars Agent
59 2, Soccer Brave 57.5 3, Btg $41.00 . Ran wide
during race. Trial to steward’s satisfaction.
--- SPELL --5TH, 10Dec18 5.2L Tuncurry Bm66 1400m
57 (A Layt 3) 7, Lim 54, 1:25.53 , Good(4), I Am
Awesome 58.5 1, Latin Light 60 2, Lippy And
Pearls 59 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00, $21.00 5th
throughout. Slowly away.
8TH, 19Dec18 4.5L Wyong Bm64 1600m 55 (S
Lisnyy 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:38.03 (Last 600m 34.71),
Good(4), Zeppelin 58.5 1, Ladies’ Gem 55 2,
Seababe 59 3, Btg $101.00, $81.00, $101.00 8th
to 800m, Last turn.
Went to line only fairly this level at Wyong
last outing. Hard to make a case for.
4. THE KROC (4) 57
br g 4 Bullbars — Montwest (NZ) (J A Sprague)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$34,870
14
2
—
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
—
9
3
—
2
Wins
—
2
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2nds
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3rds
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2
2
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 8:2-0-3
Won over: 1600 (1) 1606 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 42.9%
RTG: 56
LAST 15 STARTS: 35303135s919957
3RD, 03Mar18 2.8L, 2L Wangaratta Mdn
1590m 58 (D Thornton 7) 10, Set weights,
1:36.70 (Last 600m 35.70), Good(4), Melba’s
Maestro 58.5 1, Ocean Class 58 2, Big Blows 56.5
4, Btg $3.80, $3.00 (fav). 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
Overraced early, middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 05Apr18 nse, 2.3L Benalla Mdn 1606m
58 (Z Spain 3) 12, Set weights, 1:37.10 (Last 600m
35.49), Good(4), Absolution 56 2, Hostile Lily 56
3, Here’s Bing 58 4, Btg $3.50, $4.00, $3.50 2nd
to 800m, led turn. Overraced early stages.
3RD, 26Apr18 1L, sht hd Kilmore Cls 1 1600m
58.5 (Z Spain 6) 8, Lim 54, 1:39.45 (Last 600m
35.32), Good(4), Esposito Gold 56 1, King Kabuto
59 2, Prince Ziggy 58 4, Btg $3.00, $2.60 (fav).
2nd to turn. Overraced early stages.
5TH, 06May18 3.9L Racing.Com Park Syn
Bm58 1600m 60 (M Aitken 11) 11, Lim 54, 1:38.40
(Last 600m 36), Synthetic, French Skyline 59 1,
Keith’s Promise 55.5 2, Mr Charisma 57.5 3, Btg
$3.50, $3.80, $3.00 (fav). 4th to 1200m, 2nd to
turn. Ran wide early stages. Stewards queried
run. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --LAST, 18Sep18 11L Racing.Com Park Syn
Bm64 1400m 58 (D Oliver 3) 9, Lim 54, 1:26.87
(Last 600m 34.32), Synthetic, I Am Vinnie 59 1,
Silent Roar 57 2, Triage 55 3, Btg $10.00, $15.00
5th settling, 3rd 800m, 6th turn. Overraced
middle stages.
WON, 08Oct18 0.8L, 1/2 nck Kilmore Bm58
1600m 60.5 (C Douglas 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:41.95
(Last 600m 37.10), Good(4), Dry Biscuit 60.5 2,
Seewhatshebrings 57.5 3, White Devon 58 4, Btg
$17.00, $21.00 3rd settling, 2nd 1200m, led to turn.
9TH, 28Oct18 16.8L Sale Bm64 1600m 59.5
(C Douglas 10) 10, Lim 55, 1:37.16 , Good(3), All
Hard Wood 59.5 1, Cabierro 59 2, Ripplebrook
61 3, Btg $15.00, $41.00 2nd to 800m, 7th turn.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 27Nov18 13.5L Port Macquarie Open
1506m 55 including 1 over (R Spokes 7) 9, Lim 54,
1:30.55 (Last 600m 36.01), Good(4), O’Driscoll
57 1, Achi Baba 55.5 2, Melted Moments 58 3, Btg
$26.00, $21.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn. Vetted no abnormalities.
5TH, 10Dec18 6.8L Tuncurry Cls 2 1400m
59.5 (R Spokes 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:25.76 , Good(4),
Tycoon Street 60 1, Splash Of Lime 54 2, More
Chilli 61 3, Btg $41.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
7TH, 17Dec18 8.5L Taree Cls 2 1250m 58.5 (R
Spokes 11) 11, Lim 54, 1:14.78 (Last 600m 37),
Soft(5), Stella Sea Sun 56 1, Haames 59 2, Clever
Gent 54 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00, $17.00 4th to turn.
Formerly with Matthew McCudden.
Went to line evenly here last time out.
Faces stronger opposition now. Unlikely to
trouble these.
5. RUGENBRAU (8) 56.5
b g 4 Rothesay — Saunterina (NZ) (B A Partelle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$40,350
11
2
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
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6
4
—
1
Wins
—
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1
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1
2nds
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1
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1080 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-1
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 18.2%
PLACE: 36.4%
RTG: 55
LAST 15 STARTS: 1s4424s0631s60
4TH, 20Oct17 3.8L Canberra Bm55 1000m
58.5 (B Loy 10) 14, Lim 54, 58.16s (Last 600m
33.99), Soft(6), Flash In The Dark 57.5 1,
Territorial 57 2, Denman Diva 58 3, Btg $3.20,
$4.60 13th to 800m, 12th turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 17Nov17 4.7L Gundagai Cls 1 1100m 57
(M A Cahill 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:02.99 (Last 600m
34.50), Soft(5), Takookacod 56 1, Woomera 56.5
2, Seduction 55.5 3, Btg $4.00, $3.50, $5.00 9th
to turn. Laid in concluding stages.
2ND, 02Dec17 1.3L, 0.8L Rosehill Cls 2 1200m 54
(B Avdulla 12) 15, Lim 53, 1:11.95 (Last 600m 36.52,
Last 200m 12.14), Good(3), Volpe 55.5 1, Shelley
Beach Road 53.5 3, Fui San 57.5 4, Btg $9.00, $7.00
12th to turn. Hampered near 200m.
4TH, 17Dec17 0.7L Canberra Bm55 1400m 59.5
(M Bell 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:22.95 (Last 600m 36.30),
Good(3), Orrstar 58 1, She’s Got Bling 56.5 2,
Yankee Foxtrot 60 3, Btg $1.90, $2.25 (fav). 11th
settling, 7th 800m, 5th turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --13TH, 22May18 13.2L Wyong Cls 1 1200m
55.5 (C Reith 9) 14, Lim 54, 1:09.89 (Last 600m
35.17), Good(4), Americana Magic 59 1, Spring
Creek Star 58.5 2, Gracefilly 57.5 3, Btg $12.00,
$13.00 12th to turn. Overraced early stages.
Checked near 400m. Inquiry into performance.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 17Jun18 1.3L Muswellbrook Cls 2 1280m
56 (B El-Issa 13) 13, Lim 54, 1:16.87 , Good(4),
Little Steiny 59 1, I Am Impressed 58.5 2, Stellara
54.5 3, Btg $7.00, $8.50 10th to turn. Slowly
away.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 13Jul18 hd, 1L Scone Cls 1 1300m 57 (A
Bullock 6) 9, Lim 54, 1:17.34 (Last 600m 35.32),
Good(4), Sure Shot Sheza 54 1, Titus 57 2, Single
Intent 56 4, Btg $4.60, $6.00 6th to 800m, 7th
turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 07Aug18 2L, 1/2 nck Scone Cls 1 1600m
59 (A Bullock 6) 12, Set weights, 1:38.28 (Last
600m 37.32), Soft(5), Stoke It Up 59 2, Lucky
Starlet 55 3, Oakfield General 59 4, Btg $2.90,
$2.60 (fav). 3rd settling, 2nd to turn.
--- SPELL --6TH, 19Nov18 1.5L Scone Cls 3 1100m 57 (B
El-Issa 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:03.51 (Last 600m 33.17),
Good(3), Petra Jewel 56.5 1, Buddy Honest 57.5
2, Ibini 57.5 3, Btg $8.00, $9.00, $4.60 5th to
turn.
--- FRESHENED --10TH, 14Dec18 5.4L Scone Cls 2 1300m 58
(D Mc Lellan 13) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.59 (Last 600m
35.03), Soft(6), Lope De Mango 54.5 1, Nothing
Too Hard 61 2, Legendofoz 59 3, Btg $6.50,
$8.50 Last to 800m, 11th turn. Slowly away.
Average effort in weaker class at Scone
at latest. Fitter third-up. Should be
competitive.
6. SOMETHING SHOCKING (5)
54
b m 4 Nicconi — Miss Electra (T J Bartley)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,565
13
1
3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
13
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9
4
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Wins
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TRACK: 5:0-0-1
DIST: 4:0-1-1
Won over: 1100 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-1-1
WIN: 7.7%
PLACE: 46.2%
RTG: 52
LAST 15 STARTS: 1s023326s086285
3RD, 23Jan18 nck, sht hd Taree F&M’s Bm56
1257m 59 (B Mc Dougall 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:14.17 (Last
600m 37.01), Good(3), Hebrides Maneuver 57
1, Unbridled Power 59.5 2, Gold Dancer 55.5 4,
Btg $3.00, $2.90, $3.20 4th to turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
3RD, 03Feb18 0.8L, 1.5L Newcastle Cls 1
1600m 54 (J Penza 2) 6, Lim 54, 1:39.08 (Last
600m 34.03), Good(4), Just Shine 59 1, The
Outcast 54 2, Kevacca’s Girl 54 4, Btg $4.00,
$4.80, $4.60 led to turn. Overraced early,
middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 25Feb18 4L, 1L Mudgee Cls 1 1600m 55.5
(M A Cahill 13) 14, Set weights, 1:37.34 , Good(3),
Bulletson 57.5 1, Good Host 59 3, Whinna
Whiskey 54 4, Btg $4.60, $3.20, $3.50 3rd to
turn. Wide throughout.
6TH, 16Mar18 1.4L Taree Bm55 1614m 58.5 (A
Bullock 6) 11, Lim 54, 1:40.98 (Last 600m 36.79),
Good(4), No Effort Needed 60 1, Chalcedony
61.5 2, Mister Hootabell 54 3, Btg $2.50, $1.90
(fav). led to turn. Overraced early stages. Vetted
- no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --10TH, 16Sep18 4.7L Taree Cls 1 1300m 57.5 (J
Adams 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:19.23 (Last 600m 36.50),
Good(3), Caliera Gem 59.5 1, Shangato 59 2,
Ted’s Dream 59 3, Btg $8.00, $6.00 6th to turn.
Overraced near 1000m.
8TH, 01Oct18 16.5L Muswellbrook Bm58
1450m 57.5 (J Adams 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:25.91 (Last
600m 35.39), Good(3), New Endeavour 61.5
1, Matakauri 58.5 2, Could I Be 55 3, Btg $8.50,
$11.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn. Overraced
middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 10Nov18 3.8L Newcastle Cls 1 1400m
54 (S Lisnyy 10) 10, Lim 54, 1:24.69 (Last 600m
34.69), Good(4), Stock Up 57.5 1, Mandalong
Emperor 57.5 2, Donald Krupt 55 3, Btg $31.00,
$21.00 led to turn.
2ND, 30Nov18 1.8L, 1/2 hd Muswellbrook
F&M’s Cls 1 1450m 58 (G Buckley 12) 13, Lim 54,
1:27.72 (Last 600m 36.27), Soft(5), Dundee Lee
59.5 1, Tribuna 52.5 3, Fille Volante 58 4, Btg
$9.00, $15.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
8TH, 17Dec18 5.2L Taree Bm58 1400m 56.5
(G Buckley 3) 11, Lim 54, 1:25.16 (Last 600m
37.43), Soft(5), Port Gold 57.5 1, Guided 55.5 2,
Thundering Heart 55 3, Btg $3.00, $3.50, $3.00
(fav). 4th to 800m, 5th turn. Lame after race.
5TH, 23Dec18 4.1L Taree Cls 1 1600m 57 (Ms R
Murray 5) 14, Set weights, 1:38.70 (Last 600m
36.99), Soft(5), True Finesse 54 1, Tribuna 55.5 2,
Harry And The Duke 59 3, Btg $4.00, $4.80 (fav).
2nd to turn.
Just battled home in weaker company
here last start. Can figure.
7. WESTERN SAGA (6) 54
ch g 7 Real Saga — Talk To The Heart (L J Tilley)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$37,765
23
3
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
23
2
16
3
2
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Wins
—
3
—
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2nds
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1
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3rds
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TRACK: 3:1-0-0
DIST: 3:1-0-0
Won over: 1280 (1) 1300 (1) 1610 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-0
4th UP: 4:0-1-0
WIN: 13%
PLACE: 17.4%
RTG: 49
LAST 15 STARTS: 17s80520s055641
LAST, 03Jul17 8.2L Taree C,H&G’s Bm55
1257m 58 (R Thompson 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:16.90
(Last 600m 38.23), Soft(7), Blinkin Awesome
57.5 1, Floral One 54.5 2, Toast 58 3, Btg $21.00,
$16.00 9th to 800m, 10th turn.
5TH, 17Jul17 2.3L Cessnock Bm55 1150m 58
(R Thompson 4) 14, Lim 54, 1:08.65 (Last 600m
35.40), Good(4), Lasszou 54.5 1, Shalama 60
2, Ironheart 58.5 3, Btg $21.00, $17.00 10th to
800m, 9th turn. Checked at start. Blocked for
a run near 200m.
--- FRESHENED ---
2ND, 08Aug17 lng hd, 0.5L Scone Cls 2 1300m
54 (R Thompson 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:18.59 (Last
600m 35.38), Good(4), Torio’s Delight 54.5 1,
Bold Chance 59 3, Jackknife 53 4, Btg $9.00,
$7.50, $13.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
LAST, 18Aug17 24.3L Taree Cls 2 1400m 54
(R Thompson 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:26.22 (Last 600m
37.19), Good(3), Capital Magic 54 1, Deangelo
59 2, Torio’s Delight 56 3, Btg $7.50, $5.50 8th
to 800m, 9th turn. Overraced early, middle
stages. Injured during race. Trial to steward’s
satisfaction.
--- SPELL --10TH, 21Sep18 9.6L Scone Cls 2 1100m 54
(Ms S Bogenhuber 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:03.06 (Last
600m 33.54), Good(3), Burning Crown 54 1, Real
Classic 56.5 2, Bryan’s Babe 54.5 3, Btg $151.00
10th to 800m, Last turn.
5TH, 12Oct18 3.3L Cessnock Bm58 1150m 56.5
(Ms R Murray 4) 11, Lim 54, 1:08.59 (Last 600m
34.29), Soft(7), Gone Viral 59 1, Atum 60.5 2,
Oxford Angel 60 3, Btg $81.00, $101.00, $71.00
6th to 800m, 7th turn.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 04Nov18 4.8L Muswellbrook Bm58
1280m 56 (R Thompson 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:14.97
(Last 600m 34.57), Good(4), Bid’n’bare 58 1,
Asudem 57 2, In Good Health 56.5 3, Btg $21.00,
$17.00, $21.00 10th to 800m, Last turn.
6TH, 15Nov18 3.1L Port Macquarie Cls 2
1500m 54 (Ms R Murray 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:31.61
(Last 600m 35.59), Good(4), Angel Of Heaven
54 1, Splash Of Lime 54 2, Ticket To Fly 56.5 3,
Btg $16.00, $15.00 Last to turn.
4TH, 04Dec18 3.4L Scone Cls 2 1600m 54 (R
Thompson 7) 14, Lim 54, 1:36.74 (Last 600m
34.65), Good(3), Moobi 59 1, Power Of Wexford
54 2, Sharp Speedo 58.5 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00,
$31.00 11th to turn.
WON, 21Dec18 1L, lng nck Dubbo Bm50 1610m
59 (G Ryan 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:35.90 , Good(4),
Douro 59.5 2, Pedro’s Zariz 60 3, Malibu Stacy
57.5 4, Btg $3.20, $3.50, $3.20 (fav). 6th settling,
7th 1200m, 4th 800m, 5th turn.
Charged through to score at Dubbo last
outing. Nicely weighted. Major player.
8. SYRAH (10) 54
ch g 5 Helmet — Star Shiraz (M R Stitt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,820
25
2
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
25
—
21
3
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
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3rds
—
1
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TRACK: 9:1-1-0
DIST: 3:0-1-0
Won over: 1206 (1) 1250 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 8%
PLACE: 16%
RTG: 45
LAST 15 STARTS: 45547s009474340
7TH, 19Mar18 7.6L Armidale Bm60 1400m
57 (S Thurlow 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:23.38 (Last
600m 35.57), Good(3), Mahboob 58.5 1, Rocket
Monkey 61 2, Ayham 61 3, Btg $6.50, $10.00 9th
to 800m, Last turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --11TH, 01Jul18 14.6L Taree C,H&G’s Bm55
1257m 58.5 (R Thompson 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:18.22
(Last 600m 38.57), Soft(7), So Shy 60 1,
Ambitious Prince 59.5 2, Natural Predator 56 3,
Btg $7.50, $7.00 8th to 800m, 7th turn.
10TH, 15Jul18 4.1L Grafton C,H&G’s Cls 2
1100m 56 (Ms B Stower 7) 12, Lim 54.5, 1:03.63
(Last 600m 34.93), Good(4), Pajados 54.5 1,
Dia Vernon 58 2, Five Spices 57 3, Btg $26.00,
$41.00 11th to turn.
9TH, 30Jul18 6.4L Kempsey Bm55 1450m
57.5 (Ms B Stower 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:26.76 , Good(3),
Hermosa Reward 57.5 1, Saint Denis 59.5 2,
Florever Special 54 3, Btg $13.00, $15.00 7th to
800m, 8th turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 03Sep18 2.6L Taree Cls 2 1250m 54 (B
Looker 6) 11, Lim 54, 1:14.25 (Last 600m 36.44),
Good(3), Sepae 60 1, Party Host 58 2, Kaleb Will
Do 54 3, Btg $11.00, $7.00, $7.50 4th throughout.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 27Sep18 14.2L Armidale Cls 2 1400m
54 (B Looker 6) 7, Lim 54, 1:23.71 (Last 600m
36.57), Soft(6), Onya Rosie 54 1, Cricklewood
55 2, Tennessee Man 57.5 3, Btg $5.00, $5.50,
$5.00 6th settling, 2nd 800m, 3rd turn. Poor
post-race recovery.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 19Oct18 2.9L Taree Cls 2 1250m 59 (R
Thompson 12) 14, Set weights, 1:14.74 (Last
600m 37.57), Heavy(8), Good Excuse 54 1,
Just Sizzling 55.5 2, Phelpedo 59 3, Btg $21.00,
$26.00 12th to turn.
3RD, 09Nov18 1.5L, nck Kempsey Cls 3 1450m
54 (B Looker 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:27.28 , Good(4), Argie
Bargie 57.5 1, Splash Of Lime 54 2, Presscott 58 4,
Btg $6.00, $6.50, $6.00 6th settling, 5th 800m,
4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 03Dec18 3.7L Taree C,H&G’s Bm58
1250m 53.5 (Cejay Graham 5) 11, Lim 54, 1:14.31
(Last 600m 36.68), Good(3), Tigers Image 59 1,
Zioptimus 59 2, First Time Lucky 57 3, Btg $8.50,
$10.00 8th to 800m, 10th turn. Slowly away.
10TH, 13Dec18 6.3L Coffs Harbour Cls 3
1400m 54 (D Mc Lellan 9) 15, Lim 54, 1:23.71 (Last
600m 37.33), Good(4), Nooks And Crannies 55.5
1, Midweek Hussler 54.5 2, Reward The Chaser
56 3, Btg $51.00, $101.00 12th settling, 13th turn.
Coming off a modest run in same class
at Coffs Harbour last time out. Needs luck
from out there. Place makes best appeal.
9. RUNAWAY JET (2) 54
b m 7 Super Jet (US) — Lady Nediym (Graeme
Shultz)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$49,015
39
2
4
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
39
1
23
12
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1
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1
3
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TRACK: 25:2-3-2
DIST: 11:1-1-1
Won over: 1600 (1) 2000 (1)
1st UP: 7:0-0-0
2nd UP: 6:0-2-0
3rd UP: 5:0-0-0
4th UP: 5:0-0-0
WIN: 5.1%
PLACE: 25.6%
RTG: 41
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s02070s76s0049
2ND, 07Nov17 0.8L, 2.8L Taree Bm46 1420m
60 (S Thurlow 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:28.14 ((class record)
Last 600m 38.77), Soft(5), Color Purple 59 1,
Yulong Baohu 57 3, Thundering Heart 57 4, Btg
$4.60 .
11TH, 16Nov17 11.2L Port Macquarie Cls 2
1500m 54 (J Penza 3) 12, Lim 54, 1:31.12 (Last
600m 35.77), Soft(5), Bastia 61.5 1, Metre Eater
54 2, Our Chad 55.5 3, Btg $26.00, $21.00,
$61.00 6th to 1200m, 7th 800m, 8th turn.
RACING 27
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 18Dec17 4.1L Taree Cls 2 1614m 54 (Ms B
Hodder 2) 11, Lim 54, 1:39.89 ((class record) Last
600m 37.04), Good(3), Stan 56 1, Syrah 58 2,
Munjai 58 3, Btg $21.00 5th to 800m, 7th turn.
12TH, 04Jan18 11.2L Taree Cls 3 1600m 54
(Ms B Hodder 12) 13, Lim 54, 1:38.33 (Last 600m
37.46), Good(4), Zigamore 58.5 1, Bochy 56 2,
Fastquest 54 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00 9th settling,
10th to 800m, 11th turn.
--- SPELL --LAST, 01May18 10.4L Taree Cls 3 1412m 54 (G
Buckley 4) 7, Lim 54, 1:27.69 (Last 600m 36.48),
Heavy(9), Latitude 58.5 1, Tilbury Lodge 54 2,
Belridge 59.5 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00 4th to turn.
6TH, 18May18 1.6L Port Macquarie Cls 2
1200m 54 (T Treichel 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.82 (Last
600m 36.79), Soft(6), Budawang 54 1, Kandy 59
2, Clever Gent 54 3, Btg $31.00, $26.00, $71.00
8th to 800m, 6th turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --LAST, 22Sep18 5.7L Bowraville Bm50 1370m
56.5 (T Treichel 8) 10, Lim 54.5, 1:23.57 (Last
600m 36.32), Good(3), Cherry Princess 58.5 1,
I’ll Take Money 55.5 2, Mosgiel Lucy 56.5 3, Btg
$26.00, $41.00, $31.00 8th to 800m, 9th turn.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 19Oct18 13.4L Taree Cls 2 1250m 57 (C
Lever 8) 14, Set weights, 1:14.74 (Last 600m
37.57), Heavy(8), Good Excuse 54 1, Just Sizzling
55.5 2, Phelpedo 59 3, Btg $31.00, $71.00 Last to
turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
4TH, 06Nov18 5.6L Taree Bm50 1400m 55.5
(T Treichel 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:26.16 (Last 600m
37.95), Good(3), Port Gold 58 1, Mosgiel Lucy 57
including 1 over 2, Stanzza 53 3, Btg $21.00 .
9TH, 15Nov18 5L Port Macquarie Cls 2 1500m
54 (Ms J Duggan 2) 12, Lim 54, 1:31.61 (Last
600m 35.59), Good(4), Angel Of Heaven 54
1, Splash Of Lime 54 2, Ticket To Fly 56.5 3, Btg
$101.00, $151.00 4th settling, 7th turn. Checked
near 200m.
--- LET-UP --Returning from let-up. Went to line only
fairly in weaker event at Port Macquarie at
latest. Up in class. Not expected to threaten.
10. STANZZA (1) 54
ch m 5 Poet’s Voice (GB) — Exceed Expectation
(Ms C Reid)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$14,970
27
2
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
27
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16
9
2
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—
1
1
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2nds
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TRACK: 7:1-0-1
DIST: 3:0-0-0
Won over: 1320 (1) 1370 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-1
WIN: 7.4%
PLACE: 11.1%
RTG: 41
LAST 15 STARTS: 507708s80037688
LAST, 23Apr18 16.1L Taree Cls 2 1411m 54
(Ms B Hodder 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:27.14 (Last 600m
38.46), Heavy(8), Unbridled Power 56.5 1,
Tilbury Lodge 54 2, I’ll Take Money 52 3, Btg
$71.00, $61.00, $71.00 4th to 800m, 6th turn.
Overraced middle stages.
8TH, 12May18 4.9L Kempsey Cls 3 1250m 54
(M Paget 3) 9, Lim 54, 1:14.22 , Good(3), Stop The
Fight 58.5 1, I’ll Take Money 52.5 2, Smokey Eye
58 3, Btg $31.00, $61.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn.
Eased near 400m.
--- SPELL --8TH, 15Sep18 5.8L Newcastle Cls 2 900m 51
(Ms A Skerritt 6) 9, Lim 54, 52.68s (Last 600m
34.85), Good(4), Sweetest Eyes 54.5 1, Il Bandito
58.5 2, Ghibli 52.5 3, Btg $81.00, $71.00, $151.00
Last to turn. Slowly away.
LAST, 01Oct18 8.4L Muswellbrook Cls 2
1280m 54 (G Ryan 11) 11, Lim 54, 1:16 (Last 600m
34.42), Good(3), Cosmic Reign 58.5 1, Cuban
Sizzle 59 2, Hoges 57 3, Btg $101.00, $61.00,
$71.00 Last to turn. Eased near 800m.
LAST, 21Oct18 16.2L Wyong Cls 2 1350m 54
(Ms A Denby 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:21.11 (Last 600m
34.34), Soft(5), Bobbing 60 1, Thy Kingdom
Come 58.5 2, Sostenido 55 including 0.5 over 3,
Btg $151.00, $101.00, $151.00 3rd settling, 5th
800m, 9th turn.
3RD, 06Nov18 3L, lng hd Taree Bm50 1400m
53 (Ms S Joseph 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:26.16 (Last 600m
37.95), Good(3), Port Gold 58 1, Mosgiel Lucy
57 including 1 over 2, Runaway Jet 55.5 4, Btg
$21.00 .
7TH, 15Nov18 4.1L Port Macquarie Cls 2
1500m 53 (Ms S Joseph 10) 12, Lim 54, 1:31.61
(Last 600m 35.59), Good(4), Angel Of Heaven
54 1, Splash Of Lime 54 2, Ticket To Fly 56.5 3,
Btg $101.00, $151.00, $101.00 8th settling, 5th
800m, 6th turn. Wide throughout.
6TH, 06Dec18 7.7L Gosford Bm70 1600m 51
(Ms A Skerritt 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:39.31 (Last 600m
35.13), Good(4), Sculptures 54 1, Stock Up 57 2,
Sensacova 54 3, Btg $71.00, $61.00, $81.00 3rd
to 800m, 4th turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
8TH, 17Dec18 5.1L Taree Open 1600m 52.5
(Ms A Skerritt 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:38.59 (Last 600m
38.56), Soft(5), Scotty Be Gotti 53 1, I’ve Got This
52.5 2, Pickelhaube 59 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00
3rd to 1200m, led to turn. Eased near 800m.
8TH, 26Dec18 9.2L Newcastle Cls 2 1600m
54 (Y Ichikawa 3) 9, Lim 54, 1:36.84 (Last 600m
34.78), Good(4), Nothing Too Hard 57 1, Sharp
Speedo 55 2, Pickelhaube 60 3, Btg $71.00,
$151.00 3rd settling, 5th 1200m, 4th to turn.
Showed pace but gave in easily at
Newcastle last start. This looks too hard.
RACE 4
EQ4
Maiden SW
3.45 (1400m)
1. BOSTON BLUES (16) 59
b g 4 Americain (US) — Northeast Note (NZ)
(D Lane)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd
$7130
9
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy
9
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9
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Wins
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-1
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
PLACE: 11.1%
LAST 15 STARTS: 9797s54376
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9TH, 13Jan18 9.4L Kembla Grange Mdn
1300m 57 (S Pollard 7) 11, Lim 54.5, 1:18.92 (Last
600m 35.29), Good(4), Emoclew 56.5 1, Aeecee
Tianhu 57 2, Only Tiger 59 3, Btg $61.00, $101.00
9th to 800m, Last turn.
7TH, 02Feb18 7.1L Canberra Mdn 1600m 58 (J
Penza 7) 12, Lim 55, 1:35.99 (Last 600m 37.32),
Good(3), Morning Music 55 1, Bella Deluxe 55 2,
Zman 59 3, Btg $51.00, $71.00, $61.00 11th to
800m, 9th turn.
LAST, 22Feb18 19.4L Gosford Mdn 2100m
57.5 (N Callow 5) 9, Set weights, 2:13.03 (Last
600m 38.79), Good(4), Momentum To Win 57.5
1, Maria Victoria 55.5 2, Glasgow Grey 55.5 3, Btg
$21.00, $41.00 2nd to 1200m, 3rd 800m, 4th
turn. Wide throughout.
7TH, 09Mar18 6.9L Newcastle Cls 1 2300m
55 (J Penza 5) 11, Set weights, 2:24.17 ((track
record) Last 600m 34.79), Good(4), Yuralla Boy
54.5 1, Terwilliker 57.5 2, All Man 55 3, Btg $71.00,
$101.00 8th settling, 7th 1200m, 9th 800m,
7th turn.
--- SPELL --5TH (D.H.), 08Oct18 2.3L Tamworth Mdn
1200m 54.5 (Ms R Murray 3) 14, Lim 54, 1:10.52
(Last 600m 36.37), Good(3), Litt Up 56 1, Nick
The Skip 57 2, Whiskey Apple 54 3, Btg $41.00,
$71.00 12th to 800m, 11th turn. Checked near
100m.
4TH, 26Oct18 .8 L Scone C,H&G’s Mdn
1300m 54 (Ms R Murray 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:17.90
(Last 600m 34.63), Good(3), Master Of The Turf
54 1, Brixton Town 57.5 2 dead heat, Nick The
Skip 58 2 dead heat, Btg $8.50, $16.00, $13.00
10th to 800m, 8th turn.
3RD, 11Nov18 0.5L, 2L Armidale Mdn 1400m
57 (M Mc Guren 9) 11, Lim 57, 1:24 , Good(3),
Olivia’s Girl 57 1, Atomic Lass 57 2, Abb Roy 57 4,
Btg $3.20, $4.00 9th to 800m, 6th turn.
7TH, 25Nov18 3L Quirindi Mdn 1450m 59 (M
Squires 12) 13, Set weights, 1:30.67 , Good(4),
Resinite 57.5 1, Mr Intrepid 59 2, Atomic Lass 57
3, Btg $9.00, $21.00 8th to turn. Checked early
stages.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 19Dec18 10.3L Wyong 4yo and UP Mdn
1350m 55 (J Collett 2) 8, Lim 55, 1:19.83 (Last
600m 34.88), Good(4), Ikara Miss 56 1, First
Reading 57.5 2, Stunned 55.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$13.00 6th settling, 5th 800m, 7th turn.
Jumped awkwardly.
Lacked a pick-up and only plugged to
line at Wyong last outing. Wide alley is a
concern. Easier here but needs to find a few
lengths. Expect long odds.
2. FINAL HONOUR (12) 59
bl/br g 4 Arlington — Coco Sovelda (M R Stitt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1920
7
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
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1
4
2
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Wins
—
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 3:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 9s097506s
9TH, 18Jun17 7.6L Port Macquarie 2yo Open
1210m 56.5 (M Mc Guren 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:15.21
((class record) Last 600m 37.33), Heavy(8), Our
Instinct 54 1, Uncle Rodriguez 59 2, Dew Drop
54.5 3, Btg $61.00, $101.00 Last to 800m, 9th
turn.
--- SPELL --LAST, 23Apr18 14.6L Taree 3yo Mdn 1007m
57 (L Cumberland 5) 12, Set weights, 1:00.20
(Last 600m 36.62), Heavy(8), Northern Lights
55 1, Oakfield Romance 55 2, Ten Carat 57 3, Btg
$81.00, $151.00 10th to 800m, 11th turn.
9TH, 14May18 8.7L Taree Mdn 1250m 56
(Ms W Peel 8) 12, Set weights, 1:16.92 (Last
600m 37.65), Soft(7), Winter Sonata 57 1,
Dancing Phryne 57 2, Tangarra Express 59 3, Btg
$101.00, $81.00, $101.00 7th to 800m, 9th turn.
Overraced early stages. Checked near 800m.
7TH, 01Jun18 6.1L Taree Mdn 1400m 56.5
(C Franklin 2) 13, Lim 55, 1:27.46 (Last 600m
38.58), Soft(5), Polly A Dor 56 1, Eye Was 55 2,
Pinnacle Power 55 3, Btg $61.00, $151.00 5th
settling, 4th 800m, 8th turn.
5TH, 14Jun18 3L Coffs Harbour Mdn 1615m 59
(K Fujii 4) 12, Set weights, 1:43.12 (Last 600m
39.17), Soft(6), Exorbitance 59 1, Totten 59 2,
Sunsout Shirtsoff 59 3, Btg $81.00, $101.00 5th
to 800m, 7th turn.
LAST, 05Jul18 6.6L Grafton Mdn 1610m 59
(K Fujii 10) 11, Set weights, 1:37.85 (Last 600m
36.51), Soft(5), Lover Legs 59 1, Acraman 59 2,
Famed 57 3, Btg $41.00, $51.00 9th to 1200m,
7th 800m, 6th turn. Wide throughout.
6TH, 15Jul18 6.3L Grafton Mdn 1700m 56
(Ms B Stower 3) 10, Lim 56, 1:44.23 , Good(4),
Choconi 56 1, Peak Hill 56 2, Onset 56 3, Btg
$81.00, $101.00 6th throughout.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Others better.
3. MANHATTAN GAMBLER (1)
59
b/br g 5 Manhattan Rain — Roulettes (Ms C
Murnane)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$15,420
9
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1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
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6
2
1
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Wins
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2nds
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3
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TRACK: 2:0-1-1
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-2
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 44.4%
LAST 15 STARTS: 533s453072
5TH, 11Jul17 5.7L Gosford 3yo Mdn 1100m 59
(C O’Brien 8) 8, Lim 55, 1:04.86 (Last 600m
34.87), Good(4), Phoenix Claws 55.5 1, Fleur 56
2, Bodhi Blue 58 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00 Last to
800m, 7th turn.
3RD, 25Jul17 0.8L, 1.8L Wyong Mdn 1200m
58.5 (C O’Brien 6) 6, Lim 55, 1:11.16 ((class record)
Last 600m 35.59), Good(4), Star Princess 57 1,
Sugarland Express 56 2, Lugard Road 55 4, Btg
$9.00, $7.50 2nd settling, 3rd turn.
3RD, 10Aug17 2.3L, lng nck Taree Mdn 1319m
59 (C O’Brien 4) 10, Set weights, 1:21.07 ((class
record) Last 600m 38.66), Good(4), Pride Of
Darci 56.5 1, Fanny Chenal 57 2, Nutcracker 57 4,
Btg $2.80, $3.20 2nd to turn.
--- SPELL ---
WATCH ALL SKY RACING LIVE ON THE TAB APP. GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY.
4TH, 03Jul18 3.9L Gosford Mdn 1000m
59 (Ms J Taylor 4) 10, Set weights, 1:00.98
(Last 600m 36.95), Heavy(8), Wimlah 54.5 1,
Smartypy 57 2, Esteem Spirit 59 3, Btg $12.00,
$15.00 4th throughout.
5TH, 24Jul18 1L Wyong Mdn 1200m 57.5 (C
O’Brien 1) 9, Lim 54.5, 1:12.52 (Last 600m 35.66),
Good(3), Snatcha 55 1, Mosht Up 54.5 2, Mud
Wasp 54.5 3, Btg $2.80, $2.60, $3.00 (fav). 2nd
to 800m, 5th turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
3RD, 14Aug18 1.3L, 4L Gosford Mdn 1100m
57.5 (C O’Brien 1) 6, Lim 55, 1:05.80 (Last
600m 35.07), Good(4), Queen Ablaze 57.5 1,
Lucky Mission 56.5 2, Little Geoffrey 56 4, Btg
$6.50, $9.00 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 07Sep18 12.9L Tuncurry Mdn 1200m
59 (C O’Brien 1) 11, Set weights, 1:14.50 , Soft(7),
Great Danger 56.5 1, Rosesay 57 2, Sassy Charlie
54.5 3, Btg $7.50, $9.00 6th to 800m, 8th turn.
Inquiry into performance. Rider - didn’t handle
going. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- LET-UP --7TH, 24Nov18 3.4L Gosford Mdn 1200m 56.5
(C O’Brien 6) 10, Lim 55.5, 1:11.33 (Last 600m
35.20), Good(4), Lu’s In Charge 52.5 1, Dashing
Badger 58 2, Hasty Heart 56.5 including 1 over 3,
Btg $13.00, $15.00, $13.00 7th throughout.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 23Dec18 0.8L, sht hd Taree Mdn 1300m
55.5 (C O’Brien 2) 13, Lim 54, 1:18.89 (Last
600m 37.07), Soft(5), Belle De Vega 54.5 1, East
Esplanade 52.5 3, Wow Wow Kapow 54.5 4, Btg
$7.50, $7.00, $11.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Found line well to place here last time out.
Good draw. Keep in mind.
4. PINNACLE POWER (9) 59
b g 4 Dream Ahead (US) — Shadedah (M R Stitt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$22,545
18
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2
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
18
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10
6
2
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Wins
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2nds
—
2
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3rds
—
1
1
1
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TRACK: 9:0-2-3
DIST: 6:0-2-1
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
PLACE: 27.8%
LAST 15 STARTS: 45s637602253446
7TH, 17Jun18 5L Port Macquarie Mdn 1506m
56 (K Fujii 9) 12, Lim 56, 1:34.36 (Last 600m
39.17), Soft(6), Sugarland Express 56 1, Acraman
58 2, If By Chance 56 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 5th
settling, 6th turn.
6TH, 02Jul18 4.6L Gunnedah Mdn 1400m 54
(G Buckley 10) 12, Lim 54, 1:23.77 (Last 600m
36.56), Good(3), Danspur 54 1, Consular 54 2,
Time In Raasay 54 3, Btg $8.00, $9.00 7th to
turn.
10TH (D.H.), 22Jul18 6.8L Coffs Harbour Mdn
1415m 59 (K Fujii 4) 14, Set weights, 1:28.37 (Last
600m 36.74), Soft(5), Fine Verse 57 1, Eye Was 57
2, Spender 59 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00 4th settling,
5th 800m, 6th turn. Checked in straight.
--- LET-UP --2ND, 03Sep18 0.8L, 1.3L Taree Mdn 1400m
59 (G Buckley 3) 10, Set weights, 1:24.97 (Last
600m 37.28), Good(3), Zoffany’s Lad 59 1, Vision
And Prayer 57 3, Weigela 56.5 4, Btg $26.00,
$31.00, $26.00 2nd throughout.
2ND, 16Sep18 nck, 0.5L Taree 2nd Mdn
1400m 54 (B Looker 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:26.14 (Last
600m 37.01), Good(3), Fuji Fury 55.5 1, Harry And
The Duke 54 3, Proud Captain 58 4, Btg $2.25,
$2.50, $2.35 (fav). 2nd to 800m, led turn.
5TH, 27Sep18 5.1L Armidale Mdn 1300m 59
(B Looker 5) 14, Set weights, 1:18.15 (Last 600m
35.54), Soft(6), Nistelrooy 57.5 1, Blinkin Snazzy
57 2, Autumn Ridge 59 3, Btg $2.25, $2.80 (fav).
2nd to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 19Oct18 1.5L, 0.5L Taree Mdn 1250m
59 (G Buckley 6) 9, Set weights, 1:14.92 (Last
600m 38.10), Heavy(8), Bid’n’bare 57 1, Crowd
Surfer 59 2, Scorching 59 4, Btg $4.60, $7.00 4th
to turn.
4TH, 09Nov18 1.7L Kempsey Mdn 1450m 59
(M Mc Guren 1) 7, Set weights, 1:28.49 , Good(4),
Trefranian 57 1, Sweet Art 57 2, Classicman 57.5
3, Btg $1.90, $1.80 (fav). led to 800m, 2nd turn.
4TH, 19Nov18 1.2L Grafton Mdn 1400m 59 (P
Graham 10) 14, Set weights, 1:23.84 (Last 600m
35.42), Soft(5), Paper Kites 57 1, Blind Love 59
2, Stolen Paradise 57 3, Btg $6.00, $5.50, $7.00
10th settling, 9th turn. Slowly away. Blocked for
a run on straightening.
6TH, 03Dec18 5.4L Taree Mdn 1600m 59 (P
Graham 4) 12, Set weights, 1:39.90 (Last 600m
37.34), Good(3), Harry And The Duke 59 1, Prince
Silence 59 2, Saganaki 57.5 3, Btg $5.50, $6.00,
$4.60 6th to 1200m, 5th 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Average effort in same
company here at latest. Could sneak a place
at odds.
5. TRUST IN CASH (15) 59
br g 4 Trusting — Lucy’s Cash (B J Dodson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4705
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-1
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 16.7%
LAST 15 STARTS: 98s47s53
9TH, 06May17 5.9L Toowoomba 2yo Mdn
1050m 57 (S Apthorpe 9) 12, Set weights, 1:04.16
(Last 600m 36.79), Good(4), Sure Deal 55 1,
Mishani Wrangler 57 2, Milly Muncher 52 3, Btg
$31.00 Last to 800m, 11th turn. Inconvenienced
at start.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 03Jun17 13.1L Toowoomba 2yo Mdn
1200m 57 (J Oliver 2) 10, Set weights, 1:13.02
((class record) Last 600m 36.27), Good(4),
Beach Drum 53.5 1, Longing For 53 2, Bold
Crusader 57 3, Btg $21.00 5th to 800m, 6th
turn. Jumped awkwardly. Eased near 1000m.
--- SPELL --4TH, 15Dec17 0.4L Coffs Harbour 3yo Mdn
1300m 57 (M Bennett 5) 13, Set weights, 1:18.70
(Last 600m 37.56), Good(3), Jaylo 55 1, Dancing
Phryne 55 2, Sckam 57 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00 6th
to 800m, 7th turn.
7TH, 04Jan18 6.5L Taree Mdn 1400m
57.5 (T Treichel 10) 14, Set weights, 1:24.07
((class record) Last 600m 36.57), Good(4), I
Am Awesome 54 1, Ticket To Fly 59 2, Natural
Predator 56 3, Btg $11.00, $5.50, $13.00 6th
settling, 7th 800m, 5th turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 02Dec18 4.4L Grafton 4yo and UP Mdn
1100m 59 (L Rolls 4) 12, Set weights, 1:03.93
(Last 600m 33.70), Good(4), Alternative Facts
57 1, Money Travels 57.5 2, Run All Night 57 3,
Btg $26.00, $31.00, $21.00 9th to turn. Slowly
away. Hampered early stages. Blocked for a run
near turn.
3RD, 13Dec18 1L, sht nck Coffs Harbour Mdn
1400m 59 (L Rolls 9) 13, Set weights, 1:25.20
(Last 600m 38.25), Good(4), Casurina Star
55.5 1, Gratuitous 57 2, Tainted Affair 55.5 4, Btg
$9.00, $11.00, $10.00 7th settling, 6th 800m,
2nd turn.
Finished solidly to place at Coffs Harbour
last start. Getting fitter. Can play a role.
6. EAST ESPLANADE (2) 57.5
b g 3 Poet’s Voice (GB) — Vision Splendid (Natasha Hall-Antonio)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$3965
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TRACK: 1:0-0-1
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 40%
LAST 15 STARTS: 03773
LAST, 01Nov18 13.3L Gosford Mdn 1000m
56.5 (R Dolan 10) 11, Lim 56, 58.62s (Last 600m
35.42), Good(4), Above And Beyond 57.5 1,
Mandalong Sera 56 2, Rose Of Savannah 57.5
3, Btg $151.00, $101.00, $151.00 9th to 800m,
Last turn.
3RD, 17Nov18 hd, 1.5L Bathurst Mdn 1300m
55.5 (Q Yong 6) 12, Set weights, 1:16.42 , Good(3),
Delight 57 1, Typhoon Max 56 2, Carmel Bay 59
4, Btg $41.00, $51.00, $21.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd
turn. Overraced early stages. Wide throughout.
7TH, 04Dec18 3.5L Scone Mdn 1600m 57.5 (B
Looker 6) 14, Set weights, 1:37.53 (Last 600m
36.02), Good(3), Arlo’s Way 59 1, Wee Lassie 55
2, Elcano 57.5 3, Btg $10.00, $15.00 led to turn.
7TH, 14Dec18 6.4L Scone Mdn 1600m 58 (C
O’Brien 10) 13, Lim 56.5, 1:36.77 (Last 600m
36.32), Soft(6), Poulton Le Sands 57 1, Elcano
58.5 2, Mirandus 56.5 3, Btg $17.00, $26.00 2nd
to turn.
3RD, 23Dec18 0.8L, sht hd Taree Mdn 1300m
52.5 (Q Yong 12) 13, Lim 54, 1:18.89 (Last 600m
37.07), Soft(5), Belle De Vega 54.5 1, Manhattan
Gambler 55.5 2, Wow Wow Kapow 54.5 4, Btg
$6.00, $6.50, $5.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
Hung out in straight.
Ran on well to place here last outing. Nice
gate. Can’t be taken lightly.
7. TICKET KEEPER (7) 57.5
b g 3 Tickets — Dyemadolla T R Martin
SCRATCHED
8. WEIGELA (5) 57.5
br g 3 Epaulette — Midnight Wine (NZ) (K A Lees)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$13,560
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TRACK: 2:0-1-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 7s5224s2
7TH, 11Jan18 6.8L Gosford 2yo Mdn 1000m
57 (A Bullock 6) 8, Set weights, 59.89s (Last
600m 34.73), Good(4), Lilith 55 1, Burbank 57
2, Boudicea Belle 55 3, Btg $13.00, $31.00 5th to
800m, 6th turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 14Jul18 4.3L Wyong Mdn 1100m 57 (C
Reith 7) 9, Lim 56, 1:05.60 (Last 600m 34.94),
Good(4), Cosimo 57 1, Londinium 56 2, Coltrane
58 3, Btg $4.80, $5.50 7th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 07Aug18 hd, 1.3L Scone 1st Mdn 1300m
56.5 (D Mc Lellan 7) 8, Set weights, 1:20.08 (Last
600m 37.39), Soft(5), Kathmandu 59 1, So You
Oughta 59 3, Volt Of Power 56.5 4, Btg $5.50,
$7.50 2nd throughout. Ran wide in straight.
2ND, 21Aug18 1L, 1L Muswellbrook Mdn
1500m 56.5 (R Thompson 1) 14, Set weights,
1:30.62 (Last 600m 35.82), Good(4), Keeva 57
1, Fast Train 56.5 3, Redeemable 57 4, Btg $2.80,
$3.00 (fav). 4th to turn.
4TH, 03Sep18 2.2L Taree Mdn 1400m 56.5 (D
Mc Lellan 5) 10, Set weights, 1:24.97 (Last 600m
37.28), Good(3), Zoffany’s Lad 59 1, Pinnacle
Power 59 2, Vision And Prayer 57 3, Btg $2.00,
$1.90 (fav). 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 17Dec18 5.5L, nse Taree Mdn 1250m
56 (Ms L Day 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.76 (Last 600m
37.08), Soft(5), Destiny’s Choice 58 1, Equiseta
56 3, Bridie’s Brook 54 4, Btg $3.50, $4.00, $3.50
4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
Ran on okay from midfield to place here
first-up. Will only be fitter. Commands
respect.
9. BRIDIE’S BROOK (10) 57
b/br m 6 Hinchinbrook — Bridie Belle (NZ) (L
J Tilley)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$18,520
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 4:0-0-1
DIST: 2:0-0-0
1st UP: 5:0-0-1
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
PLACE: 27.8%
LAST 15 STARTS: 4305233s3709s74
5TH, 14Feb17 4.5L Cessnock Mdn 1570m 57 (C
O’Brien 7) 12, Set weights, 1:35.16 ((class record)
Last 600m 34.66), Good(3), Dynamic Ahms 57 1,
Bluesbro 59 2, Ellie Beach 57 3, Btg $17.00 11th to
1200m, 8th 800m, 7th turn.
2ND, 24Feb17 hd, 1.3L Quirindi Mdn 1600m 57
(C O’Brien 4) 13, Set weights, 1:37.25 (Last 600m
33.34), Good(3), Face Like Thunder 56.5 1, Divine
Brown 57 3, Just Bute 56.5 4, Btg $8.00 7th to
800m, 5th turn. Inquiry into performance.
3RD, 14Mar17 1.3L, 2L Tamworth Mdn 1600m
57 (G Ryan 6) 13, Set weights, 1:36.84 (Last
600m 37.68), Good(4), Neon Jungle 58.5 1, Sand
Wedge 58.5 2, Observed 55.5 4, Btg $3.50 (fav).
8th to 800m, 5th turn.
3RD, 28Mar17 0.5L, 1L Tamworth Mdn 1600m
57 (G Ryan 6) 12, Set weights, 1:39.77 (Last
600m 39.81), Soft(6), Ticket To Riches 57 1, Sand
Wedge 58.5 2, I Am Baymax 58.5 4, Btg $3.80
9th to 1200m, 8th 800m, 7th turn.
--- SPELL --3RD, 08Aug17 8.3L, 2L Scone Mdn 1000m
55 (R Thompson 3) 10, Lim 55, 58.59s ((class
record) Last 600m 34.48), Good(4), Floki 59 1,
Waimea Bay 55 2, Bellabrook 56.5 4, Btg $11.00,
$17.00 8th to 800m, Last turn.
7TH, 22Aug17 5.1L Muswellbrook Mdn 1280m
52 (Kellie Holding 5) 10, Lim 55, 1:16.27 ((class
record) Last 600m 35.03), Good(3), Hayden
Boy 56 1, Our Dilemma 55 2, Undertaker 55 3, Btg
$8.00, $13.00 9th to 800m, 8th turn. Hung out
near 200m.
--- FRESHENED --10TH, 18Sep17 9.2L Taree Mdn 1250m 54
(Kellie Holding 9) 13, Set weights, 1:14.96 (Last
600m 36.84), Good(3), Warrumbungle 56.5 1,
Bangkok 54.5 2, Ranger Tom 59 3, Btg $21.00,
$41.00 12th to 800m, Last turn.
9TH, 05Oct17 12.3L Gosford Mdn 1600m 57 (C
O’Brien 9) 10, Set weights, 1:38.28 (Last 600m
35.46), Good(4), Raise An Army 59 1, Aruba 56.5
2, Dauphin De France 59 3, Btg $81.00, $151.00
8th settling, 9th to turn.
--- SPELL --7TH, 30Nov18 6.8L Muswellbrook 1st Mdn
1000m 57 (Ms R Murray 4) 10, Set weights,
58.87s (Last 600m 34.70), Soft(5), Cash Factor
54.5 1, Miss Eimar 57 2, Never Tardy 59 3, Btg
$26.00 9th to 800m, 7th turn.
4TH, 17Dec18 6.2L Taree Mdn 1250m 54 (Ms
R Murray 10) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.76 (Last 600m
37.08), Soft(5), Destiny’s Choice 58 1, Weigela 56
2, Equiseta 56 3, Btg $51.00, $81.00 Last to turn.
Just battled home this level here at latest.
Long time in the maiden ranks and hard to
see that changing here. Faces a task.
10. EQUISETA (14) 57
b m 4 Equiano (FR) — Devonshire (Ms K Waugh)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2780
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 1:0-0-1
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s3
5TH, 26Jun18 4.1L Wyong Mdn 1100m 57 (B
Avdulla 3) 6, Set weights, 1:04.79 (Last 600m
34.74), Soft(7), Mandalong Nicko 59 1, Cosimo
56.5 2, Royal Witness 56.5 3, Btg $4.80, $6.00
4th to turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --3RD, 17Dec18 5.5L, nse Taree Mdn 1250m
56 (S Lisnyy 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.76 (Last 600m
37.08), Soft(5), Destiny’s Choice 58 1, Weigela
56 2, Bridie’s Brook 54 4, Btg $5.00, $8.50 8th
to 800m, 7th turn.
Let down late from back of the field to
place here first-up. Place appeal only.
11. ONEMOREFORLUCK (18) 57
b m 4 Onemorenomore — Fuwa (Grant Allard)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4045
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 544s4
5TH, 19May18 4.6L Newcastle Mdn 1200m
57.5 (G Buckley 4) 8, Lim 55.5, 1:11.83 (Last 600m
34.24), Good(4), Wild Horizon 57 1, Voodoo Lady
57 2, Deitra 57.5 3, Btg $31.00, $61.00 7th to
800m, 6th turn. Slowly away.
4TH, 07Jun18 1.6L Wyong Mdn 1350m 57
(J Ford 5) 6, Set weights, 1:22.78 (Last 600m
35.39), Heavy(8), McMahon 59 1, Erudition 57 2,
Whitsunday 57 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00 2nd to turn.
4TH, 17Jun18 3.9L Port Macquarie Mdn
1506m 58 (P Graham 5) 12, Lim 56, 1:34.36 (Last
600m 39.17), Soft(6), Sugarland Express 56 1,
Acraman 58 2, If By Chance 56 3, Btg $13.00,
$21.00 9th settling, 10th 800m, 9th turn.
Checked early stages.
--- SPELL --4TH, 10Dec18 2.7L Tuncurry Mdn 1400m 57
(B Looker 12) 14, Set weights, 1:26.23 , Good(4),
Azarmin 55.5 1, The Deel Is Dun 55.5 2, Swinger
55.5 3, Btg $4.80, $4.00, $4.20 Last to 800m,
13th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Battled on fairly at Tuncurry
first-up. Worth some thought.
12. SHOWADA (17) 57
b m 4 Encosta De Lago — Lacada (J C Deamer)
LAST 15 STARTS:
8TH, 05Dec17 4.6L Warwick Farm 3rd Btria
798m, (Jean Van Overmeire 8) 8, Catch weights,
48 secs , Track Soft(7), Irish Success 1, Spencer 2,
Sacred Edge 3,
10TH, 20Apr18 10L Warwick Farm 3YO , Fillies
Btria 798m, (R Hutchings 10) 10, Catch weights,
47.70 secs , Track Good(4), Chiang Mai Express 1,
Stage Pass 2, Palmateer 3,
2ND, 10Dec18 2L, sht hd Tuncurry Btria
1000m, (A Gibbons 4) 8, Catch weights, 1:01.49
, Track Good(4), Call The Game 1, Myboycolly 3,
Toni Theyugoslav 4,
Trials: (3:0-1-0). Has shown enough at the
trials. Big watch.
13. EUROGEM (11) 55.5
b f 3 Eurozone — Empire Express (Ms J Graham)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$7040
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s444
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
2ND, 08Feb18 5.5L, 12.3L Grafton 2yo Open
1006m 54.5 (L Rolls 1) 4, Lim 54, 57.06s (Last
600m 33.60), Good(4), She’s Choosie 56 1, Our
Sweet Dreams 54 3, Mini Me 54.5 4, Btg $6.00,
$7.50 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 07Nov18 2.1L Grafton F&M’s Mdn 1100m
56.5 (B Looker 7) 9, Set weights, 1:05.19 (Last
600m 34.49), Good(3), Can’t Catch Her 56.5
1, Zouki 56.5 2, Brazen Belle 56.5 3, Btg $4.60,
$6.00, $5.50 8th to 800m, 7th turn. Overraced
early stages.
4TH, 27Nov18 3L Port Macquarie Mdn 1206m
54.5 (Ms M Weir 11) 12, Lim 54, 1:12.71 (Last 600m
36.16), Good(4), Casino Mondial 59.5 1, Danzibar
Dancer 54.5 2, Swinger 55 3, Btg $10.00, $21.00
12th to turn.
4TH, 17Dec18 8.4L Taree Mdn 1400m 54 (R
Thompson 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:24.44 (Last 600m
36.88), Soft(5), Mystic Hill 55.5 1, Huey 59 2,
Classicman 52.5 3, Btg $5.50, $7.00 9th settling,
7th turn.
Consistent of late. Not the roughest.
14. RELIABLE ROSE (4) 55.5
gr f 3 Reliable Man (GB) — Rio Rose (NZ) (W J
Gavenlock)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1220
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 95
9TH, 27Nov18 6.6L Port Macquarie Mdn
1506m 55.5 (D Mc Lellan 3) 12, Set weights,
1:31.46 (Last 600m 35.98), Good(4), Dangerous
Dan 59 1, Nic And Run 59 2, Oakfield Chaparral
57 3, Btg $10.00, $13.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
5TH, 17Dec18 3.8L Taree Mdn 1600m 54 (Ms
L Day 2) 11, Set weights, 1:39.38 (Last 600m
38.23), Soft(5), The Deel Is Dun 55.5 1, Totten
59 2, El Casco 57.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00, $17.00
4th to turn.
Previously trained by K A Lees. Far from
disgraced here last start. Outside chance for
multiples.
15. CARRINGTON GIRL (8) 55.5
b f 3 Ready As — Stalwart Kwila (B J Dodson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1245
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 50s0
5TH, 30Apr18 8.2L Grafton Mdn 1006m 54
(L Rolls 3) 12, Set weights, 57.60s (Last 600m
33.20), Good(4), Totally Charmed 58.5 1, Hearts
Lifted 56.5 2, Toffee Drop 57 3, Btg $10.00,
$13.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
LAST, 20May18 14.3L Grafton Mdn 1410m
55.5 (M Mc Guren 10) 11, Lim 55.5, 1:24.54 (Last
600m 35.10), Good(4), Blue Monte 53.5 1, Spirit
Of Edyn 56.5 2, Polly A Dor 56.5 3, Btg $21.00,
$31.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn. Checked on
straightening.
--- SPELL --10TH, 13Dec18 6.3L Coffs Harbour 3yo Mdn
1200m 55 (L Rolls 11) 12, Set weights, 1:12.31
(Last 600m 35.88), Good(4), Moana Marie 55 1,
Bozeman 57 2, Spirit Of Indigo 55 3, Btg $151.00,
$201.00 10th to 800m, Last turn.
Coming off a modest run in same class at
Coffs Harbour first-up. Not fancied.
16. TICKET TO KENTUCKY (3) 59
b g 4 Tickets — Colourful Chimes (M R Stitt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4585
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 4:0-0-0
DIST: 5:0-0-0
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s0s7487s85000
10TH, 29Oct17 17.6L Tuncurry 3yo Mdn
1200m 57 (S Thurlow 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:12.24 ,
Heavy(9), Rubel 56 1, Chalmers 59 2, Kyoko 55 3,
Btg $151.00, $201.00, $101.00 4th to 800m, 5th
turn. Overraced early, middle stages.
--- SPELL --7TH, 23Jan18 9.2L Taree Mdn 1007m 57 (S
Lisnyy 4) 11, Lim 56.5, 58.76s (Last 600m 35.73),
Good(3), Golden Comet 59 1, The Eulo Queen
56.5 2, Sunday Special 56.5 3, Btg $151.00,
$101.00, $151.00 8th to turn.
4TH, 12Feb18 2.6L Taree Mdn 1400m 58.5
(R Thompson 10) 12, Set weights, 1:26.87 (Last
600m 37.21), Good(4), Mahervellous 56.5 1,
Subtle Grey 59 2, Subtle Senorita 57 3, Btg
$31.00, $17.00 2nd to turn. Overraced early
stages.
8TH, 25Feb18 6.3L Mudgee Mdn 1400m 54
(Ms R Murray 7) 12, Lim 54, 1:25.57 , Good(3),
Sprezzatura 59.5 1, Summer Surf 54 2, Destiny
Is Written 54 3 dead heat, Btg $21.00, $17.00,
$21.00 2nd settling, 3rd turn. Hung out near
600m.
7TH, 13Mar18 10.9L Coffs Harbour Mdn 1415m
55.5 (S Thurlow 12) 14, Lim 55.5, 1:25.94 (Last
600m 38.29), Soft(5), Cisco Bay 57.5 1, Dogoda
Fury 55.5 2, Green Cash 54 3, Btg $12.00, $17.00
6th to 800m, 7th turn. Laid in in straight.
--- SPELL --8TH, 16Sep18 5.9L Taree Mdn 1000m 59 (B
Looker 8) 12, Set weights, 59.12s (Last 600m
35.91), Good(3), Dream A Lot 57 1, Gus Lightning
59 2, Bellastar 54.5 3, Btg $12.00, $16.00 6th to
800m, 8th turn.
5TH, 05Oct18 6.7L Port Macquarie C,H&G’s
Mdn 1200m 59 (G Buckley 7) 13, Set weights,
1:11.03 (Last 600m 35.83), Soft(5), Quick Nick
56.5 1, Gumshoe 56.5 2, Brother Magic 59 3, Btg
$101.00, $151.00 8th to turn. Overraced early
stages.
10TH, 19Oct18 11.5L Taree Mdn 1400m 54
(G Buckley 3) 14, Lim 54, 1:25.20 (Last 600m
36.88), Heavy(9), Subtle Grey 58 1, Cerca Trova
55 2, Candy Girl 55 3, Btg $16.00, $21.00 4th to
turn.
LAST, 28Oct18 7.5L Port Macquarie Mdn
1506m 59 (M Mc Guren 2) 11, Set weights,
1:32.16 (Last 600m 37.90), Good(4), Mizzone
57 1, Clarencetown 59 2, Totten 59 3, Btg
$26.00, $15.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
--- LET-UP --12TH, 13Dec18 15.3L Coffs Harbour Mdn
1400m 59 (B Looker 2) 13, Set weights, 1:25.20
(Last 600m 38.25), Good(4), Casurina Star 55.5
1, Gratuitous 57 2, Trust In Cash 59 3, Btg $41.00,
$101.00 5th settling, 4th turn.
Needs to improve sharply. Not keen.
17. SIR LEO (13) 57.5
ch c 3 All Too Hard — Pennacchio (NZ) (T S
Howlett)
P’Money
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s0
11TH, 25Jun18 11.2L Scone Mdn 1100m 56.5
(A Gibbons 6) 12, Set weights, 1:04.76 (Last
600m 34.51), Good(4), Albert’s No Pussy 56.5 1,
Belle Of Portugal 57 2, Rosaria Caterina 57 3, Btg
$31.00, $51.00 Last to turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --LAST, 06Dec18 10.4L Gosford 3yo Mdn
1200m 57 (A Morgan 9) 12, Lim 54, 1:11.53 (Last
600m 35.66), Good(4), Battle Cry 58 1, Win ‘n’
Grin 54.5 2, Mosht Up 56 3, Btg $151.00, $101.00,
$151.00 10th to 800m, 11th turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Was safely held at Gosford
first-up. Drops in grade but sharp
improvement required. Looking elsewhere.
18. JAY’N’JAY (6) 59
b g 5 Arlington — Hoonose (G McFarlane)
P’Money
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2nd 3rd
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 5
5TH, 23Dec18 2L Taree Mdn 1300m 58 (Ms
J Duggan 4) 13, Lim 54, 1:18.89 (Last 600m
37.07), Soft(5), Belle De Vega 54.5 1, Manhattan
Gambler 55.5 2, East Esplanade 52.5 3, Btg $5.50,
$9.00 led to turn.
In the mix first start and will be better for
the experience. Each-way chance.
RACE 5
C,H&Gs BM 58
4.20 (1000m)
1. MANANGATANG (6) 62.5
b g 5 Fastnet Rock — Mona Lisa (GB) (D Wagstaff)
P’Money
STRS
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2nd 3rd
$36,297
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1600 (1) 1609 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-0-1
2nd UP: 4:0-0-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 13.3%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s84s540s935134
4TH, 13Oct17 2.5L G B - Kempton Park Rst80
1609m 56 (L Morris 9) 10, Handicap, 1:38.20 ,
Synthetic, Cool Team 60 1, Traveller 57 2, Under
Control 58 3, Btg $13.00 .
--- SPELL --5TH, 03Apr18 5.8L Ballarat Bm64 1400m 59
(D Moor 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:26.78 , Good(3), Jesta
Dreama 58 1, Manhattan Arch 58.5 2, He’s Got
Spunk 60.5 3, Btg $8.00, $13.00 5th settling,
4th turn. Laid in in straight.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 27Apr18 2.3L Benalla Bm64 1606m 59
(Dean Holland 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:37.53 (Last 600m
35.33), Good(4), Sayonaramosa 59.5 1, The
Donchess 57.5 2, Trump This 59 3, Btg $17.00,
$16.00, $17.00 6th to 800m, 8th turn.
13TH, 16May18 9.9L Sandown-Hillside Bm64
1800m 59 (M Zahra 8) 14, Lim 54.5, 1:53.30 (Last
600m 37.05), Soft(5), Heavenly Thought 58.5 1,
Eramosa 57 2, Northern Journey 59.5 3, Btg
$11.00, $12.00, $11.00 9th settling, 10th 1200m,
11th 800m, 12th turn. Stewards queried run.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --9TH, 11Aug18 3.8L Newcastle C,H&G’s Bm64
1300m 58 (L Magorrian 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.83
(Last 600m 34.91), Good(3), Lunar Spin 60.5
1, Jack’s Bar 60.5 2, Florever Special 54 3, Btg
$41.00 Last to 800m, 7th turn. Slowly away
(2L).
3RD, 21Aug18 sht nck, 1/2 hd Muswellbrook
Bm58 1500m 60.5 (J Adams 5) 14, Lim 54,
1:30.01 (Last 600m 37.82), Good(4), Apache
Lad 57 1, Bellabrook 58 2, Single Intent 58 4, Btg
$12.00, $13.00, $11.00 5th settling, 4th 800m,
3rd turn.
5TH, 31Aug18 3.6L Wyong Bm64 1600m 58 (J
Adams 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:37.80 (Last 600m 35.16),
Good(4), Panzerfaust 54 1, Flower Of Love 54
2, Cinderconi 57.5 3, Btg $15.00, $26.00 3rd to
1200m, 4th 800m, 5th turn. Hung out near
turn.
WON, 11Sep18 1/2 hd, 1.5L Tamworth Cls 1
1600m 59 (J Adams 7) 13, Set weights, 1:37.05
(Last 600m 37.80), Good(4), Revere 59 2,
Delete 59 3, Bianbitten 57 4, Btg $3.50, $4.00,
$3.20 (fav). led settling, 2nd 1200m, 3rd 800m,
2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 13Oct18 0.8L, nse Randwick Cls 3 1400m
53.5 (J Innes Jnr 14) 15, Lim 53, 1:25.30 (Last
600m 37.13, Last 200m 12.86), Heavy(9), Tristan
De Angel 54.5 1, Lawan 58 2, Majestic Pedrille
54.5 4, Btg $41.00, $13.00, $16.00 led to turn.
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4TH, 21Oct18 3.6L Wyong Cls 2 1350m 55 (J
Innes Jnr 5) 11, Lim 54, 1:21.11 (Last 600m 34.34),
Soft(5), Bobbing 60 1, Thy Kingdom Come 58.5
2, Sostenido 55 including 0.5 over 3, Btg $4.20,
$5.00 2nd to turn. Laid out in straight.
--- LET-UP --Back from a let-up. Wasn’t all that
far away at Wyong last outing. Usually
prominent. Worth including.
2. TOO EASY BRO (4) 61.5
b/br g 4 All Too Hard — Ashenti (Terry Evans)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$50,705
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TRACK: 2:0-1-0
DIST: 4:1-1-0
Won over: 1010 (1) 1100 (2)
1st UP: 3:2-0-1
2nd UP: 3:0-1-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 18.8%
PLACE: 43.8%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: s348s1366571592
WON, 03Jun18 hd, sht hd Murwillumbah Cls
1 1010m 57 (J Hodge 1) 11, Lim 54, 58.21s (Last
600m 35.27), Good(3), Old Trieste 59 2, Shez A
Rockin’toff 57 3, Famous Grouse 54 4, Btg $3.20,
$2.50 (fav). led throughout. Hung out near turn.
3RD, 18Jun18 nck, 4.8L Lismore C,H&G’s Cls 2
1100m 56.5 (J Hodge 7) 9, Lim 54, 1:03.54 (Last
600m 34.49), Soft(5), Almas 55 1, Tevye 54 2,
Kaleb Will Do 54 4, Btg $3.00, $2.80, $3.20 (fav).
2nd to turn. Laid out near 200m.
6TH, 08Jul18 5.4L Sunshine Coast Cls 2
1200m 58.5 (J Byrne 8) 10, Set weights, 1:13.68
(Last 600m 37.40), Heavy(8), Marseille En Fleur
56.5 1, Yeahnah 55 2, Sinister Princess 55.5 3, Btg
$5.00, $5.50, $4.20 led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 18Aug18 4.5L Ipswich Cls 2 1200m 58 (L
R Dittman 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:11.49 (Last 600m 34.77),
Good(4), Keep Your Roses 55.5 1, Cuban Saga
55.5 2, Splitz 58 3, Btg $6.50, $7.00, $5.50 led to
turn. Inquiry into performance.
5TH, 01Sep18 .8 L Gold Coast C,H&G’s Bm65
1400m 57.5 (A Allen 8) 12, Lim 54, 1:24.39 ((class
record) Last 600m 35.61), Good(4), Champagne
Rock 56 1, Legal Counsel 57.5 2, Sequalo’s Spirit
56 3, Btg $5.50, $6.50, $6.00 2nd to 800m, 3rd
turn. Overraced middle stages.
7TH, 15Sep18 3.3L Gold Coast C,H&G’s Cls
2 1200m 57 (L Rolls 4) 9, Lim 54, 1:10.41 (Last
600m 35.51), Good(3), Ecker Road 57.5 1,
Auerbach 57.5 2, Dynastic 58 3, Btg $6.00, $7.00
Last to turn. Jumped awkwardly. Eased near
1000m.
WON, 06Oct18 lng nck, 4L Gold Coast
C,H&G’s Bm65 1100m 54.5 (J Hodge 6) 8, Lim
54, 1:03.34 ((class record) Last 600m 34.09),
Soft(5), Doctor Zed 56 2, Star Justice 57.5 3, Oh
Boy 58 4, Btg $3.50, $4.20 led throughout.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 06Nov18 1.8L Gold Coast Cls 3 1100m 58
(D Griffin 5) 7, Lim 54, 1:03.37 (Last 600m 34.37),
Good(3), Gold Sun 51.5 1, Shauquin 59 2, Licitra
55.5 3, Btg $4.80, $4.20 2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 03Dec18 6.1L Taree Bm66 1000m 57.5
(C O’Brien 3) 9, Lim 55, 58.08s (Last 600m
35.37), Good(3), Silver Melody 56.5 1, Valbeata
58.5 2, Mister McIlroy 58.5 3, Btg $8.50, $12.00,
$11.00 2nd to turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
Warning - racing manners.
2ND, 23Dec18 1L, 0.5L Taree Bm58 1000m
61 (C O’Brien 7) 13, Lim 54, 57.96s (Last 600m
34.94), Soft(5), Texas Storm 58.5 1, Enigami 53 3,
Music Magic 61 4, Btg $31.00, $41.00, $21.00 8th
to 800m, 5th turn. Slowly away.
Handy galloper. Found line well to place
here last time out. Decent alley. Among the
dangers.
3. AYETEEM (3) 59.5
br g 4 Mutawaajid — Madame Danzer (D Lane)
P’Money
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2nd 3rd
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
Won over: 1350 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 12.5%
PLACE: 37.5%
RTG: 55
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s43219s48s
6TH, 17Aug17 7.3L Gosford Mdn 1100m
56.5 (T Wolfgram 4) 11, Lim 55, 1:03.53 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.99), Good(3), Raiden 59
1, Star Bolt 54 2, Atomic Meteor 55 3, Btg $8.00,
$12.00, $9.00 4th to turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 24Dec17 1.9L Taree Mdn 1000m 57.5 (S
Lisnyy 1) 12, Set weights, 59s (Last 600m 35.87),
Good(3), Our Brother George 59 1, Natural Image
54 2, Advalady 55.5 3, Btg $3.80, $6.00 3rd to
800m, led turn.
3RD, 07Jan18 0.5L, 0.8L Gilgandra Mdn
1100m 57.5 (S Lisnyy 4) 12, Set weights, 1:05.65
, Good(3), Kezaam 55.5 1, La Petite Belle 57 2,
Bells ‘n’ Bows 54 4, Btg $4.00, $3.80, $4.00
(fav). 4th to turn. Wide throughout. Overraced
early, middle stages.
2ND, 21Jan18 1.3L, 0.8L Wyong Mdn 1300m
57 (A Bullock 7) 9, Lim 55, 1:17 (Last 600m
35.20), Good(3), Bulletson 57.5 1, Artefiori 55.5
3, Strategic Spark 55 4, Btg $4.00, $5.00, $4.80
2nd to 800m, led turn.
WON, 05Feb18 1.8L, 0.8L Cessnock Mdn
1350m 58 (R Brewer 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:20.96 (Last
600m 34.64), Firm(2), Serket 54.5 2, Cosmic
Charge 58.5 3, Poet’s Blush 54 4, Btg $5.50,
$6.50, $6.00 led throughout.
9TH, 17Feb18 7.9L Newcastle C,H&G’s Cls 2
1400m 54 (T Wolfgram 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:22.78
(Last 600m 34.86), Good(3), Plaisir 59 1,
Excelsior 53 2, Bray 56 3, Btg $16.00, $21.00 2nd
to turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 06Jul18 2L Muswellbrook Cls 1 1000m
59 (T Wolfgram 10) 14, Lim 54, 58.74s (Last
600m 35.67), Soft(5), Big Legged Woman 57
1, Starrick 55.5 2, Happy Mo 58 3, Btg $61.00,
$51.00 11th to 800m, 13th turn. Protest lodged,
dismissed.
LAST, 21Jul18 6L Kembla Grange Cls 1 1200m
56 (T Wolfgram 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.83 (Last 600m
34.29), Good(3), Geographic 54.5 1, Pretentious
Man 56 2, Just Truckin’ 54 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00,
$26.00 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn. Hampered at
start. Laid out near 100m.
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--- SPELL --First-up. Not a noted first-up performer.
Hard to recommend.
4. TED’S DREAM (10) 59
b g 4 Dream Ballad — Her Lyin’ Eyes (H P Ball)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$36,910
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TRACK: 6:1-0-3
DIST: 2:0-1-0
Won over: 1400 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-1
3rd UP: 2:1-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 12.5%
PLACE: 75%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 533s22143s
5TH, 12Feb18 2.9L Taree Mdn 1000m 57.5 (A
Bullock 6) 12, Lim 54, 58.89s (Last 600m 35.84),
Good(4), Allez Rev 57 1, Queen Ablaze 55.5 2,
Brooke 56 3, Btg $6.00, $15.00 7th to turn.
3RD, 26Feb18 2.8L, 2L Taree 3yo Mdn
1250m 57.5 (R Thompson 4) 11, Lim 54, 1:16.11
(Last 600m 37.55), Soft(7), Bold Dapper 55 1,
Diamond Deluxe 56 2, All Too Soft 56 4, Btg
$10.00, $9.00, $13.00 10th to turn. Slowly away.
3RD, 16Mar18 lng nck, 1.3L Taree Mdn 1312m
58 (R Thompson 4) 11, Lim 55, 1:19.77 (Last
600m 36.93), Good(4), Leiladane 55 1, Wolfram
55 2, Haames 59 4, Btg $3.50, $3.80 6th to
800m, 8th turn. Hampered at start. Checked
early stages.
--- SPELL --2ND, 22Jul18 sht nck, nck Coffs Harbour Mdn
1012m 58 (M Mc Guren 13) 13, Lim 55, 59.85s
(Last 600m 36.48), Soft(5), Just Sizzling 56
1, Lose The Snip 55.5 3, Vintage Luxe 56 4, Btg
$4.60, $6.00, $5.50 10th to 800m, 9th turn.
Ran wide early stages.
2ND, 30Jul18 1.5L, 1L Kempsey Mdn 1250m 59
(M Mc Guren 1) 12, Set weights, 1:14.83 , Good(3),
Sunreel 54.5 1, Let Me Guess 57 3, Chasin 59 4,
Btg $4.00, $3.50, $3.80 2nd throughout. Shifted
out near 1000m.
WON, 19Aug18 1/2 hd, 1.5L Taree Mdn 1400m
59 (A Gibbons 3) 14, Set weights, 1:25.98 (Last
600m 37.02), Good(3), Lose The Snip 56.5 2, Let
Me Guess 57 3, Karlu Dreaming 55.5 4, Btg $2.50,
$2.80 (fav). 5th to 800m, 3rd turn.
4TH, 03Sep18 2.5L Taree Cls 1 1400m
59.5 (A Gibbons 13) 13, Lim 54, 1:25.46 (Last
600m 36.44), Good(3), Shadow Prince 56.5 1,
Retribution 58.5 2, Lucciola Belle 58.5 3, Btg
$7.50, $12.00, $11.00 4th throughout.
3RD, 16Sep18 0.5L, 1.8L Taree Cls 1 1300m
59 (A Gibbons 4) 12, Lim 54, 1:19.23 (Last 600m
36.50), Good(3), Caliera Gem 59.5 1, Shangato
59 2, Natural Predator 55 4, Btg $5.00, $4.60,
$6.00 9th to turn.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Placed in Mdn company
at Coffs Harbour first-up last campaign.
Include among the better chances.
5. FLICK PASS (2) 57.5
br g 7 War Pass (US) — Think Fast (S L Quintano)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$82,255
46
5
4
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 11:0-0-2
DIST: 25:3-2-2
Won over: 1000 (3) 1106 (1) 1210 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-0-1
2nd UP: 5:1-0-0
3rd UP: 5:0-0-0
4th UP: 4:1-0-0
WIN: 10.9%
PLACE: 28.3%
RTG: 51
LAST 15 STARTS: 8s1041702228218
WON, 10Mar18 1.3L, 1.5L Tuncurry Bm55
1000m 54.5 (Ms B Hodder 3) 12, Lim 54, 59.15
secs , Soft(7), Kelsha Begs 60 2, Loqueteux 52.5
3, Penfold 58 4, Btg $26.00, $15.00 7th to turn.
--- LET-UP --7TH, 12May18 2.1L Kempsey Bm59 1000m
54 (B Looker 3) 9, Lim 54, 58.07 secs , Good(3),
Our Trolley Dolly 58 1, Dark Elixir 54.5 2, Redsson
60 3, Btg $6.50, $7.00, $4.80 7th to 800m, 3rd
turn. Hung in in straight. Blocked for a run near
100m.
11TH, 01Jun18 5.3L Taree Bm65 1000m 54
(Ms R Murray 6) 13, Lim 54, 59.15s (Last 600m
36.03), Soft(5), Jemily 58.5 1, Rastafarian 59 2,
Akamin 57 3, Btg $51.00, $71.00 9th to 800m,
10th turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 26Jun18 nse, 0.5L Port Macquarie Bm56
1008m 55.5 (A Gibbons 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:02.20
(Last 600m 37.16), Soft(6), My Little Racer 56.5
1, Kelsha Begs 57 3, Lord Mal 59 4, Btg $12.00,
$26.00 3rd to 800m, led turn. Ran wide early
stages.
2ND, 11Jul18 hd, 1.5L Grafton C,H&G’s Bm55
1100m 56.5 (R Wiggins 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:03.59
(Last 600m 34.36), Good(4), Simply Striking
59 1, Tevye 60 3, Classroom Destiny 54 4, Btg
$12.00, $21.00 2nd throughout.
2ND, 30Jul18 1.5L, nse Kempsey Bm55
1000m 57 (A Gibbons 1) 8, Lim 54, 58.61 secs ,
Good(3), Stoddart 59 1, Sister Joy 60 3, Piccolo
Miss 59 4, Btg $3.80, $3.50, $3.80 (fav). 3rd to
800m, 2nd turn.
8TH, 14Aug18 4.7L Gosford Bm64 1100m 54
(A Gibbons 4) 9, Lim 54, 1:05.80 (Last 600m
35.70), Good(4), Miss Faith 57 1, Nosey 60 2,
Shalama 52.5 3, Btg $16.00, $26.00, $21.00 4th
to turn. Overraced early stages.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 13Sep18 sht 1/2 hd, 0.5L Grafton 1st
Bm58 1106m 55 (B Looker 2) 13, Lim 54, 1:04.30
(Last 600m 34.93), Good(4), Princess Elle 58
1, Limited 56.5 3, Power Receiver 62.5 4, Btg
$13.00, $11.00, $13.00 3rd to turn. Ran wide
early, middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 06Oct18 0.5L, 1.8L Port Macquarie
Bm58 1210m 56 (Ms J Duggan 5) 10, Lim 54,
1:14.71 (Last 600m 36.80), Soft(7), Ilia 57.5 2,
Winter Sonata 58 3, Rubel 61 4, Btg $6.00, $7.00
led throughout.
--- LET-UP --8TH, 03Dec18 7.4L Taree C,H&G’s Bm58
1250m 56 (Q Yong 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:14.31 (Last
600m 36.68), Good(3), Tigers Image 59 1,
Zioptimus 59 2, First Time Lucky 57 3, Btg
$10.00, $21.00 5th to 800m, 3rd turn. Wide
throughout.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Only battled to wire here at
latest. Good win two starts back at Port
Macquarie. Only a place chance.
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6. GIDGEE GUY (1) 57.5
b g 3 Zoffany (IR) — Bel Shoes (L J Tilley)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$19,490
4
1
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
1
2
1
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 900 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 510s3
5TH, 09Jun18 6.8L Newcastle 2yo Mdn
900m 57 (R Thompson 1) 9, Set weights, 52s
(Last 600m 33.23), Heavy(8), Smart Melody 55
1, Bare All 57 2, Albert’s No Pussy 57 3, Btg $5.50,
$7.00 led to turn.
WON, 25Jun18 1.5L, sht hd Scone Mdn 900m
55.5 (G Ryan 12) 12, Lim 54.5, 51.47s (Last 600m
32.86), Good(4), On A Comet 56.5 2, Kennywyn
57.5 3, Sevini 54.5 4, Btg $4.20, $3.80 led
throughout.
11TH, 06Jul18 7.1L Muswellbrook Cls 1 1000m
56 (R Thompson 5) 14, Lim 54, 58.74s (Last
600m 35.67), Soft(5), Big Legged Woman 57 1,
Starrick 55.5 2, Happy Mo 58 3, Btg $3.50, $4.00
4th to turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --3RD, 30Nov18 lng nck, 1.8L Muswellbrook
Bm58 900m 57.5 (G Ryan 9) 9, Lim 54, 51.83s
(Last 600m 33.81), Soft(5), Call Me Brad 58.5
1, Princess Snowy 57 2, Starrick 54.5 4, Btg
$4.00, $3.80, $4.60 (fav). 2nd to turn. Hung in
in straight.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Handy and boxed on fairly
to fill the minors at Muswellbrook first-up.
Expect will be prominent from the decent
draw. Rates highly.
7. KAMEHAMEHA (5) 57.5
b g 8 Sequalo — Macintyre River (B A Partelle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$91,935
41
5
5
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
41
1
32
6
2
—
Wins
—
2
2
1
—
2nds
—
4
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
2
1
—
TRACK: 2:0-1-0
DIST: 12:0-2-1
Won over: 900 (2) 1150 (3)
1st UP: 6:0-1-0
2nd UP: 6:1-1-0
3rd UP: 5:0-1-0
4th UP: 4:0-0-1
WIN: 12.2%
PLACE: 34.1%
RTG: 51
LAST 15 STARTS: s562438s617656s
2ND, 01Aug17 2L, 1.8L Cessnock Bm55 900m
57.5 (Cejay Graham 3) 12, Lim 54, 50.20s (Last
600m 32.85), Good(3), Azzie’s Ready 60.5 1,
Miss Tripod 58 3, Miss Gigi 57 4, Btg $9.00, $6.50,
$7.00 2nd throughout. Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 07Sep17 5.6L Gosford Bm65 1000m
55.5 (C Reith 3) 10, Lim 54, 57.37s ((class record)
Last 600m 33.46), Good(3), Demerara 55.5
1, Solar Patch 58 2, He’s Our Toy Boy 61 3, Btg
$31.00, $41.00 5th to turn. Hampered at start.
Lost a plate.
--- LET-UP --3RD, 11Nov17 sht 1/2 hd, 0.8L Newcastle
Bm65 900m 55 (J Adams 5) 6, Lim 54, 52.01s
((class record) Last 600m 32.53), Good(4),
Michelle’s Gift 56.5 1, Akamin 55 2, D’Last Za 56
4, Btg $5.00, $6.00 4th to turn.
LAST, 29Nov17 13.1L Wyong (Metro) Bm68
1000m 52 (A Adkins 6) 8, Lim 53, 57.20s ((class
record) Last 600m 33.43), Good(4), Fanning
60.5 1, Difficult To Get 58.5 2, Art’s Got A Gun
54.5 3, Btg $71.00, $101.00, $51.00 6th to 800m,
7th turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --6TH, 16Mar18 5L Taree Bm55 1007m 59 (A
Bullock 9) 9, Lim 54, 58.81s (Last 600m 35.38),
Good(4), Lobban Hood 54.5 1, Stoddart 59 2,
Demoralising 61 3, Btg $4.20, $4.80 3rd to turn.
--- LET-UP --WON, 04Jun18 1/2 nck, sht nck Cessnock
Bm55 900m 59 (C Lever 4) 10, Lim 54, 50.87s
(Last 600m 32.67), Good(3), Ozirose 56.5 2,
Titus 60.5 3, Barr Hill 64.5 4, Btg $6.00, $8.50
2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 13Jul18 6.3L Scone Bm65 900m 56 (L
Magorrian 10) 10, Lim 54, 52.03s (Last 600m
33.17), Good(4), Tornado Of Souls 59.5 1, Love
For Willow 54 2, Table Two 60.5 3, Btg $12.00,
$21.00 5th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 11Aug18 7.1L Newcastle Bm70 900m 54
(J Penza 7) 7, Lim 54, 52.32s (Last 600m 33.57),
Good(3), Royal Hootenanny 55 1, Rastafarian
58.5 2, Identic 58 3, Btg $26.00 6th throughout.
Slowly away.
5TH, 21Aug18 2.2L Muswellbrook Bm58
1000m 58.5 (C Lever 6) 10, Lim 54, 57.66s (Last
600m 34.53), Good(4), Flash Stinger 58 1, Bill ‘n’
Ted 56.5 2, Sister Joy 56.5 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00
5th to 800m, 6th turn.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 17Sep18 3.2L Cessnock 1st Bm58 1150m
58 (J Adams 4) 11, Lim 54, 1:08.35 (Last 600m
35.18), Firm(2), Jackknife 60 1, Ready And
Flying 54 2, Emo Girl 52 3, Btg $9.00, $13.00 6th
throughout.
--- SPELL --First-up. Place makes best appeal.
8. ROWLING IN RICHES (7) 57.5
b g 4 Written Tycoon — Kings Shuffle (Jeremy
Smith)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$3605
2
1
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
—
2
—
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
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—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1)
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 50%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 51
LAST 15 STARTS: 01
LAST, 20Oct18 12L Wodonga Mdn 1100m 59.5
(N Souquet 8) 10, Set weights, 1:09.07 , Good(4),
Master Of Norway 59.5 1, Briconi 59.5 2, Holy
Stilettos 57.5 3, Btg $3.50 (fav). .
WON, 03Nov18 1.5L, 2L Berrigan Mdn 1100m
59 (J Duffy 4) 5, Set weights, 1:05.64 (Last
600m 35.53), Good(3), Bianbarnie 59 2, Wallach
59 3, Thomas James 59 4, Btg $3.20 (fav). .
--- LET-UP --Since registered 1¼ len 4th Kravchenko
900m Newcastle barrier trial Good(4) Dec
27. Returning from let-up. Formerly with C
D Widdison. Dominant on-pace winner in
weaker grade at Berrigan last start. Could
sneak a place at odds.
9. BLUEMOON DREAM (8) 56
br g 7 Bel Esprit — Motto’s Belle (D G Callaughan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$56,710
27
2
3
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
27
1
19
5
1
1
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
1
—
3rds
—
3
2
—
—
TRACK: 5:1-1-2
DIST: 6:0-0-2
Won over: 1200 (1) 1250 (1)
1st UP: 6:0-0-2
2nd UP: 5:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 7.4%
PLACE: 37%
RTG: 48
LAST 15 STARTS: s3217250355383s
7TH, 04Sep17 7.4L Kempsey Cls 2 1250m
57.5 (S Thurlow 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:13.54 , Good(3),
Eddy Would Go 55 1, Dead Reckoning 54.5 2,
Pat Kash 57.5 3, Btg $2.25, $2.10, $2.80 (fav).
6th to turn. Hampered early stages. Inquiry into
performance. Poor post-race recovery.
--- LET-UP --2ND, 29Oct17 0.8L, 0.8L Tuncurry 1st Bm55
1200m 59.5 (S Thurlow 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:12.59
, Heavy(9), Tabrobane 61 1, Zetastar 59 3,
Not Doubtful 59 4, Btg $4.80, $10.00 2nd
throughout.
5TH, 08Nov17 4.3L Grafton Bm58 1200m
58.5 (S Thurlow 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:08.89 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.21), Good(4), Shelley
Beach Road 54.5 1, Magic Beneteau 57.5 2, Ilia
53.5 3, Btg $6.50, $7.50, $6.50 4th settling, 3rd
turn.
LAST, 16Nov17 14.8L Port Macquarie Cls 2
1500m 54.5 (S Thurlow 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:31.12
(Last 600m 35.77), Soft(5), Bastia 61.5 1, Metre
Eater 54 2, Our Chad 55.5 3, Btg $17.00, $31.00
5th to 1200m, 2nd 800m, 3rd turn. Ran wide
early stages. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- LET-UP --3RD, 04Jan18 1.8L, 1/2 nck Taree C,H&G’s
Bm55 1000m 57 (Ms C Baker 5) 9, Lim 54, 58.03s
(Last 600m 35.21), Good(4), No Qualm 52.5 1,
Our Brother George 60 2, Azcannyaz 59 4, Btg
$6.00, $3.50 (fav). 4th to turn.
5TH, 23Jan18 5.1L Taree C,H&G’s Bm55 1257m
58.5 (L Cumberland 7) 12, Lim 54, 1:14.59 (Last
600m 36.43), Good(3), Jack’s Bar 58.5 1, Forever
Alone 60.5 2, Magic Name 61.5 3, Btg $7.50,
$11.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 18Feb18 0.7L Port Macquarie Cls 2
1100m 59 (C Brown 9) 11, Set weights, 1:06.08
(Last 600m 35.62), Good(4), Rocket Monkey
59 1, Golden Comet 55.5 2, Majestic Pedrille 57 3,
Btg $21.00, $31.00, $17.00 2nd to turn.
3RD, 02Mar18 2.3L, 2.5L Port Macquarie
C,H&G’s Bm55 1206m 58 (S Thurlow 4) 11, Lim
54, 1:13.26 (Last 600m 36.62), Good(4), Mister
Smartee 60.5 1, Budawang 58 2, Color Purple 56
4, Btg $2.80, $6.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 31Mar18 4.6L Port Macquarie Cls 2
1200m 54.5 (S Thurlow 4) 14, Lim 54, 1:12.93
(Last 600m 36.91), Good(4), All About Charlie
54.5 1, Classy Anna 58 2, Newton 59 3, Btg
$21.00, $26.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
3RD, 07Apr18 0.5L, 1.3L Taree 2nd Bm50
1250m 60 (S Thurlow 10) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.43
(Last 600m 36.49), Good(4), Wonderful Thing
56 1, Son D’Amour 61 2, Musical Family 59 4, Btg
$2.80, $2.50, $3.20 4th to turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Previously trained by M R
Stitt. Wasn’t far away in Cls 1 company at
Coffs Harbour first-up last campaign. Keep
safe.
10. GRENACHE (9) 54
b g 7 More Than Ready (US) — Corton Charlemagne (D & R Simonetta)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$105,455
45
4
4
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
45
1
31
10
3
—
Wins
—
4
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
2
1
—
3rds
—
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1
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TRACK: 9:0-0-0
DIST: 18:2-0-1
Won over: 1000 (2) 1050 (1) 1312 (1)
1st UP: 8:0-0-1
2nd UP: 7:0-0-0
3rd UP: 7:1-1-0
4th UP: 6:1-1-0
WIN: 8.9%
PLACE: 20%
RTG: 42
LAST 15 STARTS: s009447286s7610
4TH, 25Nov17 3.7L Casino Bm55 1200m 56 (B
Looker 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:11.76 (Last 600m 36.58),
Good(4), Celtic Trail 57 1, Yankee Express 55.5 2,
All Hype 51 3, Btg $6.00, $7.50 10th to 800m,
9th turn.
4TH, 02Dec17 5.4L Bowraville Bm45 1000m
60.5 (Shane Arnold 3) 9, Lim 54, 59.28s (Last
600m 35.14), Good(4), Can’t Skate 61 1, Bitty 57
2, Aslan’s Mojo 56 3, Btg $4.20 .
7TH, 15Dec17 1.9L Coffs Harbour Bm65 1200m
54 (Ms J Worley 11) 13, Lim 54, 1:11.09 (Last
600m 35.72), Good(3), Emperor Of Oz 59 1, Elite
Dubleo 60.5 2, Hesco Gold 59.5 3, Btg $71.00,
$61.00, $101.00 Last to 800m, 10th turn.
2ND, 26Dec17 sht 1/2 hd, 0.8L Wauchope
Bm49 1240m 58 (Ms J Worley 3) 3, Lim 54, 1:14.69
, Heavy(8), Stoddart 58.5 1, Gottakeepthefaith
55.5 3, Btg $2.50 . Hampered near 200m.
8TH, 15Jan18 6.5L Taree Bm55 1312m 55 (Ms J
Worley 8) 12, Lim 54, 1:20.10 (Last 600m 35.69),
Good(4), Jexerlent 61.5 1, Arrossire 56 2, Mosgiel
Lucy 54.5 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 10th to turn.
6TH, 23Jan18 5.6L Taree C,H&G’s Bm55
1257m 54.5 (Ms J Worley 10) 12, Lim 54, 1:14.59
(Last 600m 36.43), Good(3), Jack’s Bar 58.5 1,
Forever Alone 60.5 2, Magic Name 61.5 3, Btg
$41.00, $61.00 9th to 800m, 6th turn.
--- SPELL --7TH, 25Aug18 2.7L Kempsey Bm58 1250m 54
(Ms L G Cheshire 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:14.81 , Good(3),
Curley Mac 61.5 1, French Command 53.5 2, Royal
Duke 57.5 3, Btg $81.00, $101.00 3rd settling,
2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 22Sep18 2.6L Bowraville Open 1000m
54 (M Paget 6) 9, Lim 54, 58.46s (Last 600m
34.64), Good(3), Penfold 54.5 1, Cheat’m 55.5
2, Desirable Miss 57.5 3, Btg $31.00, $51.00 led
to turn.
--- LET-UP --WON, 06Nov18 1/2 nck, 1L Coffs Harbour
Bm45 1312m 58.5 (M Paget 6) 6, Lim 57.5,
1:19.41 (Last 600m 36.15), Good(3), Kingaroy
63 2, Tilbury Lodge 60 3, Aristocratic 57.5 4, Btg
$4.00 .
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 03Dec18 13.2L Taree C,H&G’s Bm58
1250m 53 (Ms S Joseph 9) 11, Lim 54, 1:14.31
(Last 600m 36.68), Good(3), Tigers Image 59
1, Zioptimus 59 2, First Time Lucky 57 3, Btg
$26.00, $81.00 10th to 800m, Last turn. Slowly
away. Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Ordinary in same company
here last outing. Awkwardly drawn. Prefer
others.
RACE 6
Benchmark 66
4.55 (1300m)
1. BLINKIN ARTIE (7) 63.5
br g 4 Artie Schiller (US) — Osaka Sun (M R Stitt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$97,805
22
5
2
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
22
—
14
6
2
—
Wins
—
4
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
1
—
—
3rds
—
2
2
—
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TRACK: 9:4-1-0
DIST: 5:3-0-1
Won over: 1300 (2) 1312 (1) 1400 (1) 1450 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 22.7%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 13801456136022s
WON, 16Mar18 0.5L, 2.3L Taree Bm60 1312m
60 (Cejay Graham 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:19.77 (Last
600m 35.81), Good(4), Jack’s Bar 60 2, Forever
Alone 58 3, Duke 60.5 4, Btg $7.50, $6.00 3rd to
800m, 5th turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 15Apr18 0.6L Armidale Open 1400m 54
(L Cumberland 8) 14, Lim 54, 1:23.78 (Last 600m
37.66), Good(4), Exilia Miss 54 1, Niccobelle 57.5
2, Loud Enough 56 3, Btg $31.00, $15.00 6th
settling, 5th turn.
5TH, 23Apr18 1.8L Taree Open 1614m 54 (L
Cumberland 4) 6, Lim 54, 1:40.47 (Last 600m
38.02), Heavy(8), Dixie Lad 54 1, Chalcedony
52 2, Sofin 59.5 3, Btg $2.80, $3.00, $2.80 (fav).
3rd to turn.
6TH, 14May18 4.6L Taree Bm65 1400m 59.5
(Ms W Peel 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:27.82 (Last 600m
37.51), Soft(7), Heat Haze 57.5 1, We’re Smokin
53.5 2, Clunes Rocket 59 3, Btg $5.00, $6.50 3rd
to 800m, 4th turn.
WON, 01Jun18 lng hd, nck Taree Bm65
1300m 62 (B Looker 4) 14, Lim 54, 1:19.38 (Last
600m 36.38), Soft(5), Sniponet 56 2, Pindara
56.5 3, Unbridled Power 57 4, Btg $9.00, $6.50
3rd to 800m, 6th turn.
3RD, 17Jun18 2L, 0.8L Port Macquarie Open
1506m 55 (B Looker 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:34.51 (Last
600m 37.77), Soft(6), Brazen 59.5 1, Cogliere
59.5 2, Sniponet 52 4, Btg $7.00, $6.50 9th
settling, 7th turn. Overraced early stages.
6TH, 02Jul18 2.5L Gunnedah Open 1600m
57.5 (B Looker 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:36.14 (Last 600m
35.31), Good(3), Congelator 53 1, Collins Street
54 2, Loud Enough 61 3, Btg $3.20, $3.80 7th to
1200m, Last to turn. Overraced near 1200m.
Checked near 1000m.
13TH, 11Jul18 3.6L Grafton 3yo Open 1600m
55 (A Gibbons 8) 16, Lim 54, 1:35.11 (Last 600m
36.09), Good(4), Turnberry 54.5 1, Captivator
54.5 2, Bold Assassin 57 3, Btg $31.00, $71.00
15th to 1200m, 14th to turn. Slowly away.
Blocked for a run near turn.
2ND, 22Jul18 0.8L, 1L Coffs Harbour Open
1515m 57 (J Taylor 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:33.27 (Last
600m 36.53), Soft(5), Eight Below 54 1, Star Fest
54.5 3, Meteorologist 57.5 4, Btg $6.50, $5.50
5th to 800m, 3rd turn. Overraced early, middle
stages. Inquiry into performance.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 17Aug18 0.5L, hd Taree Open 1400m
54.5 (B Looker 5) 13, Lim 54, 1:23.50 (Last 600m
36.79), Good(3), Marathon 54.5 1, Profiler 57 3,
Powerline 59.5 4, Btg $6.50, $7.50 12th to turn.
Slowly away.
--- SPELL --First-up. Loves this track/distance. Can
figure.
2. TABROBANE (5) 62
b g 7 Magic Albert — Sri Lanka (J C Deamer)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$132,700
37
6
5
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
37
—
23
10
4
—
Wins
—
3
1
2
—
2nds
—
3
2
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
1
—
TRACK: 4:0-1-2
DIST: 3:0-2-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1150 (1) 1200 (3) 1250 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-1-0
2nd UP: 5:1-1-1
3rd UP: 5:0-1-1
4th UP: 5:2-1-0
WIN: 16.2%
PLACE: 37.8%
RTG: 68
LAST 15 STARTS: 431s02516845578
2ND, 04Sep18 0.5L, 1L Newcastle C,H&G’s
Bm64 1200m 59.5 (C Reith 2) 11, Lim 54, 1:12.36
(Last 600m 35.50), Soft(7), Jack’s Bar 61 1,
Delfuego 61 3, Oscar’s Choice 55 4, Btg $21.00,
$13.00 6th to 800m, 5th turn. Blocked for a run
on straightening.
5TH, 21Sep18 2.9L Scone Bm66 1100m 61.5 (R
Thompson 9) 12, Lim 55.5, 1:03.76 (Last 600m
33.27), Good(3), Attila 58 1, Grammar School 61
2, Mr Bonjove 60 3, Btg $8.00, $10.00, $9.00
10th to turn.
WON, 29Sep18 1.5L, lng nck Newcastle Bm64
1200m 60 (C Reith 9) 12, Lim 54, 1:12.13 (Last
600m 35.10), Good(4), Cartel 56.5 2, Radical
Impact 55.5 3, Di’s Diamond 55.5 4, Btg $13.00,
$16.00 10th to turn.
6TH, 17Oct18 2.4L Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1100m 59 (C Reith 10) 12, Lim 53, 1:04.92
(Last 600m 35.89), Soft(6), Fox Swift 56.5 1,
Super Star Bob 60 2, See The Show 58 3, Btg
$21.00, $31.00, $26.00 Last to turn.
8TH, 31Oct18 3L Randwick-Kensington 4yo
and UP , H & G’s Bm70 1100m 59 (C Reith 1) 9,
Lim 54.5, 1:02.35 (Last 600m 34.20), Good(3),
Navy 55 1, Time Out Of Mind 57 2, Nick On The
Run 58.5 3, Btg $9.00, $10.00 8th throughout.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
4TH, 10Nov18 1.1L Newcastle Bm70 1300m
58.5 (A Gibbons 4) 8, Lim 54, 1:18.23 (Last 600m
35.15), Good(4), Super Tonic 56 1, Vihari 54 2,
Art D’Amour 58 3, Btg $5.00, $4.80, $5.00 6th
to turn.
RACING 29
5TH, 22Nov18 6.8L Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1250m 58.5 (J Mc Donald 2) 8, Lim 54,
1:13.66 (Last 600m 34.86), Good(4), Baller 55 1,
Dunatun 60.5 2, Discussions 58.5 3, Btg $17.00,
$21.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn. Hampered early
stages.
5TH, 02Dec18 5L Newcastle Bm64 1200m
60.5 (A Gibbons 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:11.50 (Last
600m 35.14), Good(4), Alliterate 57 1, Torio’s
Delight 54 2, Dynamic Bid 59.5 3, Btg $8.50,
$11.00 7th to 800m, 5th turn.
7TH, 14Dec18 8.4L Scone Open 1100m
55 including 0.5 over (C Lever 4) 8, Lim 54,
1:03.16 (Last 600m 33.43), Soft(6), Clipper 55 1,
Professor Marx 59.5 2, Postmaster General 54 3,
Btg $17.00, $21.00 Last to turn.
8TH, 26Dec18 3.7L Newcastle Bm64 1400m
59 (C O’Brien 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:23.68 (Last 600m
33.71), Good(4), On The Top 57.5 1, Xaarfoxylady
58.5 2, Alliterate 59 3, Btg $101.00, $51.00 Last
settling, 9th turn. Slowly away. Blocked for a run
on straightening.
Fair effort without threatening at
Newcastle last time out. Should be
competitive.
3. VALBEATA (9) 60
b m 5 Ad Valorem (US) — Beata (R R Milligan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$103,260
21
4
6
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
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10
7
4
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Wins
—
2
—
2
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2nds
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2
3
1
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TRACK: 7:2-3-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1007 (1) 1200 (1) 1250 (1)
1st UP: 4:2-1-0
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 19%
PLACE: 47.6%
RTG: 68
LAST 15 STARTS: 412s15807662s22
WON, 15Jan18 hd, 0.5L Taree Cls 3 1007m
58.5 (P King 1) 7, Lim 54, 58.46s (Last 600m
34.78), Good(4), Demoralising 55 2, Merriwa
52.5 3, On My Terms 57 4, Btg $4.60, $4.80 Last
to turn. Slowly away.
5TH, 26Jan18 2.3L Port Macquarie F&M’s
Bm75 1200m 58 (T Treichel 1) 13, Lim 54, 1:12.60
(Last 600m 35.24), Good(4), Ellie’s Encore 56
1, Never Out 59 2, Hammoon Dream 61 3, Btg
$8.00, $13.00 9th to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Overraced middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 18Feb18 6.5L Port Macquarie Cls 5
1200m 55.5 (M Bennett 11) 14, Set weights,
1:12.51 (Last 600m 34.84), Good(4), Victorem
56 1, Awesome Pluck 56 2, Portatorio 57.5 3, Btg
$21.00, $51.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn.
10TH, 09Mar18 7.1L Newcastle Bm70 1200m
55.5 (Ms C Baker 6) 14, Lim 54, 1:10.91 (Last
600m 33.59), Good(4), Tawfiq Boy 58 1, Sweet
Deal 56.5 2, Hebrides Maneuver 54 3, Btg
$26.00, $51.00 10th throughout.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 31Mar18 2L Port Macquarie Open
1200m 54 (T Treichel 6) 11, Lim 54, 1:12.93 (Last
600m 36.09), Good(4), Tears In Heaven 56.5
1, Dreamalina 54.5 2, Jack The Ringer 54 3, Btg
$6.50, $12.00, $11.00 Last to turn.
6TH, 13Apr18 4.8L Port Macquarie Open
1506m 54 (T Treichel 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:32.76 (Last
600m 35.48), Soft(5), Fuel 54 1, Loud Enough
56.5 2, I Wanna Be A Jeep 56 3, Btg $9.00, $17.00
6th throughout.
6TH, 27Apr18 2.2L Coffs Harbour Open
1200m 54 (M Paget 3) 14, Lim 54, 1:13.50 (Last
600m 37.40), Soft(7), Super Tonic 54 1, Flaming
Aces 56.5 2, Youwaitandsee 54 3, Btg $21.00,
$26.00, $21.00 9th to 800m, 8th turn. Shifted
out concluding stages.
2ND, 18May18 1.5L, sht 1/2 hd Port Macquarie
Bm65 1100m 58.5 (Olivia Pickering 2) 8, Lim 54,
1:07.45 (Last 600m 36.45), Soft(6), Darbies
Blugirl 54 1, Jemily 58.5 3, The Wasp 59 4, Btg
$11.00, $12.00, $11.00 7th to turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 03Dec18 sht hd, sht nck Taree Bm66
1000m 58.5 (Cejay Graham 2) 9, Lim 55, 58.08s
(Last 600m 35.37), Good(3), Silver Melody 56.5
1, Mister McIlroy 58.5 3, Golden Comet 60.5 4,
Btg $5.50, $6.50 6th to 800m, 4th turn.
2ND, 23Dec18 0.5L, hd Taree Bm66 1250m 57
(K Wilson-Taylor 8) 9, Lim 54, 1:14.07 (Last 600m
36.14), Soft(5), Traumatised 58.5 1, Wewonya 58
3, Editors 60.5 4, Btg $4.60, $8.50, $8.00 led to
turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Ready to win. Prominent and showed
plenty of fight here at latest. Strips
fitter third-up. Has raced well this track
previously. Looks one of the main chances.
4. CHALCEDONY (6) 59.5
ch g 7 Akacheeta — Carefully (M J Robinson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$149,890
56
7
9
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
56
—
29
17
10
—
Wins
—
2
2
3
—
2nds
—
3
3
3
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
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TRACK: 27:5-7-1
DIST: 4:1-0-0
Won over: 1311 (1) 1400 (1) 1500 (1) 1506 (1)
1609 (1) 1624 (1) 2000 (1)
1st UP: 6:0-2-0
2nd UP: 6:0-0-0
3rd UP: 6:0-2-0
4th UP: 5:2-0-0
WIN: 12.5%
PLACE: 32.1%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 22431525150s787
WON, 08Jun18 0.8L, 2L Taree Bm60 1609m
61 (A Chau 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:41.11 (Last 600m
38.33), Heavy(9), I Am Awesome 58.5 2, Our
Tickets 56.5 3, Clunes Rocket 58 4, Btg $8.50,
$6.00 11th to 800m, 9th turn. Shifted in at start.
5TH, 17Jun18 4.4L Port Macquarie Open
1506m 54 (A Chau 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:34.51 (Last
600m 37.77), Soft(6), Brazen 59.5 1, Cogliere
59.5 2, Blinkin Artie 55 3, Btg $10.00, $17.00 8th
settling, 9th turn. Overraced early stages.
2ND, 26Jun18 1.5L, hd Port Macquarie Bm65
2018m 60.5 (A Chau 11) 11, Lim 54, 2:09.77 (Last
600m 39.12), Soft(6), Chantilly Chateau 56.5 1,
Face Like Thunder 56.5 3, Fastquest 54 4, Btg
$6.50, $9.00, $8.50 Last settling, 10th to 800m,
9th turn. Slowly away. Overraced early, middle
stages. Blocked for a run near turn.
5TH, 07Jul18 3.8L Newcastle Bm65 1890m
60.5 (A Chau 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:57.84 ((track
record) Last 600m 38.30), Good(4), Shadal 59
1, Huangshan 58 2, Fireman Sam I Am 60.5 3, Btg
$13.00, $21.00 7th settling, 4th to 800m, 6th
turn. Slowly away. Ran wide early stages.
Continued page 30
30 RACING
From page 29
WON, 20Jul18 1.5L, 1.3L Taree Bm65 2000m
60 (A Chau 1) 10, Lim 54, 2:09.46 (Last 600m
38.94), Good(4), Face Like Thunder 58.5 2, Just
Bute 59.5 3, La Biere Choisie 56 4, Btg $11.00,
$9.00 6th to 800m, 3rd turn. Overraced early
stages.
5TH, 09Aug18 5.6L Taree Bm70 1600m 59.5
(A Chau 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:38.43 (Last 600m
37.82), Good(3), Lady Evelyn 58.5 1, Go Benny
60.5 2, Marathon 61 3, Btg $11.00, $9.00, $12.00
9th to 800m, Last turn. Slowly away. Eased
early stages.
10TH, 19Aug18 7L Taree Open 2000m 54
(A Chau 4) 13, Lim 54, 2:05.18 (Last 600m
37.73), Good(3), Shalmaneser 54 1, Allzin
54 2, Dubaiinstyle 54 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00,
$26.00 10th settling, 11th to 800m, 12th turn.
Overraced early stages.
--- SPELL --7TH, 15Nov18 5.9L Port Macquarie Open
1200m 56.5 (K Matheson 7) 9, Lim 54, 1:11.73
(Last 600m 36.35), Good(4), Choice Larga 59
1, Penfold 54.5 2, Stilettoed Vixen 55.5 3, Btg
$26.00, $31.00 Last to turn. Slowly away.
8TH, 27Nov18 5.5L Port Macquarie Open
1506m 57 (K Matheson 8) 9, Lim 54, 1:30.55
(Last 600m 36.01), Good(4), O’Driscoll 57 1, Achi
Baba 55.5 2, Melted Moments 58 3, Btg $31.00,
$71.00 8th throughout. Slowly away.
7TH, 17Dec18 3.6L Taree Open 1600m 57 (K
Matheson 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:38.59 (Last 600m
38.56), Soft(5), Scotty Be Gotti 53 1, I’ve Got
This 52.5 2, Pickelhaube 59 3, Btg $21.00 9th to
800m, 10th turn.
Ran home respectably here last start.
Races well on this track. Rough chance for
minors.
5. WEWONYA (2) 59.5
b g 8 Minardi (US) — Majestic Kin (H R Dew)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$97,850
39
6
2
8
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
39
—
19
15
3
2
Wins
—
3
3
—
—
2nds
—
1
1
—
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3rds
—
2
4
2
—
TRACK: 4:0-0-2
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (1) 1500 (1)
1506 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 7:1-0-1
2nd UP: 5:0-0-2
3rd UP: 5:0-0-0
4th UP: 4:1-1-0
WIN: 15.4%
PLACE: 41%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 7631333s93986s3
WON, 18Feb18 1.5L, lng nck Port Macquarie
Bm60 1500m 60.5 (Ms L Day 6) 8, Lim 54,
1:31.83 (Last 600m 36.09), Good(4), Shake Her
Bon Bon 54 2, Forever Alone 58.5 3, Manhattan
Road 57 4, Btg $6.50, $8.50 6th to turn.
3RD, 02Mar18 1.5L, 1.5L Port Macquarie Bm65
1506m 60 (Ms L Day 2) 8, Lim 54, 1:31.97 (Last
600m 35.84), Good(4), Fuel 60 1, Zuccherina
60.5 2, Forever Alone 56 4, Btg $6.50 4th to
1200m, 5th to turn.
3RD, 13Mar18 1/2 nck, nck Coffs Harbour
Bm69 1515m 57 (Ms L Kilner 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:32.87
(Last 600m 38.60), Soft(5), Hope Island 56.5
1, Prince Pegasus 58.5 2, Zuccherina 57 4, Btg
$7.50, $9.00 9th to 1200m, 7th 800m, 9th turn.
Eased near turn. Blocked for a run in straight.
Laid out throughout.
3RD, 25Mar18 0.5L, 0.5L Coffs Harbour Bm65
1615m 59.5 (Ms L Kilner 2) 12, Lim 54, 1:42.91
(Last 600m 39.91), Heavy(8), Call The Captain
59 1, Zuccherina 59 2, Fraajmahal 58 4, Btg
$7.00, $9.00, $7.00 3rd to 1200m, 4th 800m,
5th turn. Eased near 400m.
--- SPELL --9TH, 17Jun18 4.8L Port Macquarie Open
1006m 52.5 (Ms L Day 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:01.45 (Last
600m 37.31), Soft(6), Dreamalina 55 1, Sarajevo
59.5 2, Eye Striker 53 3, Btg $17.00, $31.00 Last
to turn. Slowly away.
3RD, 26Jun18 sht hd, 2.8L Port Macquarie
Open 1108m 54 (J Adams 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:08.68
(Last 600m 38.05), Soft(6), Epic Dan 57.5 1,
Dreamalina 57 2, Eye Striker 52.5 4, Btg $41.00,
$71.00 10th to turn.
9TH, 07Jul18 8.4L Newcastle Bm70 1400m
60 (J Kehoe 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:25.81 (Last 600m
36.39), Good(4), Mr Tickets 59 1, Marathon 60
2, Longchamp Lass 51 3, Btg $41.00, $101.00 7th
settling, 8th turn. Checked at start.
--- LET-UP --8TH, 20Aug18 6.4L Grafton Bm66 1400m
61 (M Paget 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:22.98 (Last
600m 35.26), Good(3), Dustman 57.5 1,
Nothingforthepress 57.5 2, Divisional 54 3, Btg
$17.00, $21.00 9th settling, 8th 800m, Last
turn.
6TH, 03Sep18 2.7L Taree Bm66 1400m 58.5
(Ms L Day 4) 13, Lim 54, 1:24.92 (Last 600m
37.15), Good(3), Editors 58.5 1, Sniponet 57 2,
Chilcotin 61 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00 10th to turn.
--- SPELL --3RD, 23Dec18 0.5L, hd Taree Bm66 1250m
58 (Ms L Day 9) 9, Lim 54, 1:14.07 (Last 600m
36.14), Soft(5), Traumatised 58.5 1, Valbeata 57
2, Editors 60.5 4, Btg $26.00 8th to 800m, 7th
turn.
Useful galloper. Let down well from back
of the pack to place here first-up. Strips
fitter. Good gate. Keep in mind.
6. BANCROFT (3) 59
b g 7 Annenkov (IR) — Cult Figure (NZ) (A P Ball)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$70,645
27
5
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
27
1
18
7
1
—
Wins
—
3
2
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
4
—
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1106 (1) 1200 (2) 1350 (1)
1st UP: 6:1-0-3
2nd UP: 5:1-1-1
3rd UP: 5:1-0-0
4th UP: 4:1-2-0
WIN: 18.5%
PLACE: 44.4%
RTG: 62
LAST 15 STARTS: 1546s3198s338s8
4TH, 22Jul17 12.6L Fannie Bay Rst70 1100m
59.5 (Ms F Bergstrand 4) 8, Lim 59, 1:02.92 (Last
600m 34.88), Good(3), He’s Our Woody 59.5
1, Aussie Jack 60 2, Invitations 61 3, Btg $11.00,
$15.00 .
LAST, 05Aug17 12.1L Fannie Bay Rst66 1200m
61 (Ms F Bergstrand 4) 6, Lim 55.5, 1:10.59
(Last 600m 36.29), Good(3), Murphy 58 1,
Rex Celeritate 61 2, Wisen Up 59 3, Btg $12.00,
$13.00 . Jumped awkwardly. Hampered near
600m.
--- SPELL ---
WATCH ALL SKY RACING LIVE ON THE TAB APP. GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY.
3RD, 07Jan18 1L, 1.5L Murwillumbah Bm70
1010m 55.5 (R Fradd 4) 8, Lim 54, 58.09s (Last
600m 35.01), Good(4), Viceman 56.5 1, Upstart
60 2, Art’s Got A Gun 61.5 4, Btg $7.50, $8.00 led
to turn. Laid out near turn. Laid out in straight.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 08Feb18 1/2 nck, 0.8L Grafton Bm55
1106m 61.5 (C Gallagher 1) 14, Lim 54, 1:03.88
(Last 600m 34.13), Good(4), Spinning Quarters
60 2, Eddy Would Go 61 3, No Qualm 55.5 4, Btg
$6.00, $8.50 2nd to turn. Hung out near 200m.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 05Mar18 6.3L Murwillumbah Bm65
1200m 59 (C Gallagher 9) 12, Lim 54, 1:10.85
(Last 600m 36.25), Soft(7), Chase The Wind 55.5
1, Dream Habit 57 2, Traconi 56.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$12.00, $11.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 03Apr18 2.8L Grafton Open 1206m 52.5
(C Gallagher 9) 12, Lim 54, 1:09.81 (Last 600m
35.08), Good(4), Greselin 54 1, Allknight Saint
62.5 2, Hotel Drive 54 3, Btg $5.50, $6.00, $5.50
2nd to turn. Inquiry into performance. Poor
post-race recovery. Tied up.
--- SPELL --3RD, 28Jul18 1.3L, 0.8L Beaudesert Cls 5
1200m 56 (C Gallagher 5) 7, Lim 54, 1:09.84
(Last 600m 38), Good(4), Our Rocky 56.5 1,
Jets Cracker 54.5 2, I Like Candy 55 4, Btg $3.50,
$4.20, $4.00 2nd to turn.
3RD, 14Aug18 4.5L, 0.8L Lismore Bm66
1200m 59.5 (Ms T Harrison 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:09.15
(Last 600m 35.14), Good(4), Almas 59.5 1, Queen
Of Kingston 56.5 2, Kaleb Will Do 54 4, Btg $4.60,
$4.20, $5.00 2nd to turn.
8TH, 24Aug18 7.5L Murwillumbah Open
1200m 54 (J Byrne 7) 9, Lim 54, 1:09.63 (Last
600m 35.50), Firm(2), Taillevent 57 1, Lucky Tom
59 2, More Patasi 54 3, Btg $6.00, $7.50, $7.00
led to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- SPELL --8TH, 13Dec18 5L Coffs Harbour Bm66 1200m
59.5 (L Rolls 10) 14, Lim 54, 1:11.84 (Last 600m
35.52), Good(4), Tarbert 58.5 1, Typhoon Bonny
56.5 2, Ibini 58 3, Btg $41.00, $61.00 6th to
800m, 7th turn.
Went to line only fairly this grade at Coffs
Harbour first-up. Doesn’t look likely.
WON, 31Jul18 lng nck, lng nck Newcastle
Bm55 1350m 56.5 (R Thompson 7) 9, Lim 54,
1:22.13 (Last 600m 36.47), Good(3), African Guy
58.5 2, Single Intent 59.5 3, The Outcast 59.5 4,
Btg $5.50, $6.50 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn. Wide
throughout.
LAST, 21Aug18 7.6L Muswellbrook Bm58
1500m 57 (R Thompson 3) 14, Lim 54, 1:30.01
(Last 600m 37.82), Good(4), Apache Lad 57
1, Bellabrook 58 2, Manangatang 60.5 3, Btg
$6.00, $4.80, $6.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
5TH, 07Sep18 3.7L Tuncurry Bm58 1500m
56.5 (M Mc Guren 12) 14, Lim 54, 1:34.18 , Soft(7),
Sniponet 61 1, Maria Victoria 58.5 2, Our Tax
Return 56.5 3, Btg $16.00, $8.00, $12.00 10th
to turn.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 02Oct18 7.8L Coffs Harbour Bm66
1400m 54 (J Adams 8) 12, Lim 54, 1:24.71 (Last
600m 36.43), Good(4), Waruna 57 1, O’Driscoll
56.5 2, Like A Ruler 58 3, Btg $17.00, $31.00,
$26.00 2nd settling, led turn.
8TH, 19Oct18 6.1L Taree Open 1600m 54
(Ms R Murray 6) 9, Lim 54, 1:38.94 (Last 600m
37.74), Heavy(8), Fastquest 54 1, Clunes Rocket
52.5 2, Backhouse Billy 58 3, Btg $26.00, $16.00
2nd to 1200m, 3rd 800m, 7th turn. Overraced
early stages.
WON, 06Nov18 3L, lng hd Taree Bm50
1400m 58 (Cejay Graham 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:26.16
(Last 600m 37.95), Good(3), Mosgiel Lucy 57
including 1 over 2, Stanzza 53 3, Runaway Jet
55.5 4, Btg $2.50 (fav). .
--- FRESHENED --WON, 03Dec18 1/2 nck, hd Taree F&M’s Bm58
1250m 57 (Ms W Peel 7) 12, Lim 54, 1:15.06 (Last
600m 35.67), Good(3), Ruby Two Shoes 58 2,
Dashing Savanna 60 3, Piccolo Miss 57 4, Btg
$4.00, $3.50, $4.20 (fav). led throughout.
WON, 17Dec18 0.8L, hd Taree Bm58 1400m
57.5 (Ms W Peel 11) 11, Lim 54, 1:25.16 (Last 600m
37.43), Soft(5), Guided 55.5 2, Thundering Heart
55 3, Splash Of Lime 54 4, Btg $5.00, $4.80,
$5.00 led throughout.
Shooting for 4 wins in a row. Determined
effort from handy position to win here last
time out. Loves racing here. Drawn to ge a
nice run. Strong claims.
7. PENFOLD (10) 59
9. TWELFTH RAJ (8) 54.5
b/br m 4 Toorak Toff — Aadelaidee (Allan Kehoe)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$72,415
19
4
6
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
—
11
8
—
—
Wins
—
3
1
—
—
2nds
—
3
3
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-1-0
DIST: 5:0-3-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (3)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-2-0
WIN: 21.1%
PLACE: 57.9%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 1144132s1282255
WON, 06Apr18 sht nck, 0.8L Tamworth Cls
2 1200m 54.5 (Chris C Williams 7) 12, Lim 54,
1:10.42 , Good(3), Trades Hall 54.5 2, Schappose
58.5 3, Gagosian 57 4, Btg $4.60, $4.80, $3.80
(fav). led throughout. Raced erratically.
3RD, 27Apr18 1.5L, 3.5L Dubbo Bm60 1100m
59 (G Ryan 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:03.23 , Good(3),
Malverna 58 1, Rastafarian 58.5 2, Sammi Jain
52.5 4, Btg $2.25, $3.00 (fav). 6th to 800m, 5th
turn.
2ND, 13May18 2.5L, lng nck Parkes Bm65
1300m 57 (G Ryan 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:17.29 , Soft(5),
Delivered 56 1, Mabrouk 54 3, Hot Pistol 56 4,
Btg $4.00, $4.60, $4.00 2nd throughout.
--- SPELL --WON, 22Sep18 1/2 nck, 1.8L Bowraville Open
1000m 54.5 (B Looker 2) 9, Lim 54, 58.46s
(Last 600m 34.64), Good(3), Cheat’m 55.5 2,
Desirable Miss 57.5 3, La Dolce Vita 61 4, Btg
$2.90, $2.80 (fav). 4th to turn.
2ND, 05Oct18 sht nck, 1/2 nck Port Macquarie
Bm66 1100m 58.5 (B Looker 2) 8, Lim 54,
1:05.89 (Last 600m 35.82), Soft(5), Shelley
Beach Road 60.5 1, Typhoon Bonny 57.5 3,
Rocket Monkey 57.5 4, Btg $6.00, $11.00, $8.00
3rd to turn. Overraced early stages. Blocked for
a run in straight.
8TH, 17Oct18 6.4L Randwick-Kensington 4yo
and UP , Mares Bm70 1300m 57 (A Hyeronimus
1) 11, Lim 53, 1:18.50 (Last 600m 35.65), Soft(5),
Vinnie Power 58 1, Sexy Eyes 61 2, Nai’a 59 3, Btg
$13.00, $15.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn. Checked
near 1000m. Overraced middle stages.
2ND, 02Nov18 0.5L, 2.5L Moree Bm66
1300m 59 (Ms R Murray 3) 6, Lim 54, 1:16.43
(Last 600m 35.44), Good(3), Johnny Be Quick
62 1, Free Billy 62 3, Mysticism 59.5 4, Btg $2.00,
$1.80 (fav). 2nd throughout.
2ND, 15Nov18 1.5L, 1L Port Macquarie Open
1200m 54.5 (B Looker 4) 9, Lim 54, 1:11.73 (Last
600m 36.35), Good(4), Choice Larga 59 1,
Stilettoed Vixen 55.5 3, French Command 52.5 4,
Btg $2.10, $1.70 (fav). 6th to turn.
5TH, 27Nov18 1.5L Port Macquarie Bm66
1206m 58.5 (Ms L Kilner 6) 7, Lim 54, 1:12.07
(Last 600m 35.39), Good(4), Traumatised 56.5
1, Shelley Beach Road 61 2, French Command 54
3, Btg $3.00, $4.00 2nd to turn.
5TH, 13Dec18 2.5L Coffs Harbour Bm66
1200m 59.5 (J Taylor 4) 14, Lim 54, 1:11.84 (Last
600m 35.52), Good(4), Tarbert 58.5 1, Typhoon
Bonny 56.5 2, Ibini 58 3, Btg $4.80, $5.50 led to
turn.
Battled on fairly at Coffs Harbour last
outing. Can play a role.
b g 6 Annenkov (IR) — Mithali (Terry Evans)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$55,316
25
4
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
25
1
9
10
5
—
Wins
—
3
—
1
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
1
—
TRACK: 3:2-0-0
DIST: 3:1-0-1
Won over: 1000 (1) 1250 (1) 1257 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-1-0
2nd UP: 4:1-0-1
3rd UP: 4:0-0-1
4th UP: 4:0-0-1
WIN: 16%
PLACE: 32%
RTG: 53
LAST 15 STARTS: 9s59371157s2897
3RD, 10Mar18 lng hd, 2L Tuncurry Bm63
1300m 54 (S Lisnyy 8) 8, Lim 54, 1:19.32 , Soft(7),
Bolwarra Ben 54.5 1, Lucky Ima Cugat 55.5 2,
Harnova 60.5 4, Btg $5.50 led to 800m, 3rd
turn.
7TH, 31Mar18 4.5L Port Macquarie Cls 2
1200m 54.5 (M Paget 12) 14, Lim 54, 1:12.93 (Last
600m 36.91), Good(4), All About Charlie 54.5
1, Classy Anna 58 2, Newton 59 3, Btg $31.00,
$61.00, $51.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn.
WON, 07Apr18 sht hd, hd Taree 1st Bm50
1250m 60 (A Chau 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:15.11 (Last
600m 37), Good(4), Toast 60.5 2, Ravitude 54 3,
Clever Gent 55 4, Btg $10.00, $11.00, $8.50 5th
to 800m, 6th turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 01May18 hd, nck Taree Bm55 1257m
59.5 (A Chau 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:16.70 (Last 600m
37.56), Heavy(8), Toast 61 2, Sniponet 61 3,
Dragoneight 58 4, Btg $7.00, $8.00 4th to
800m, 3rd turn. Protested against, dismissed.
5TH, 11May18 2L Coffs Harbour Bm64 1410m
57.5 (A Chau 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:26.70 (Last 600m
37.05), Soft(6), Star Fest 58.5 1, Libertine Miss
57.5 2, Onslow 55 3, Btg $8.50, $12.00 4th
settling, 5th turn.
7TH, 28May18 4.1L Grafton Bm61 1420m 59
(Ms B Hodder 8) 13, Lim 54, 1:23.96 (Last 600m
35.30), Soft(5), They Call Me Rose 57 1, Tarbert
59 2, Tycoon Flutter 59.5 3, Btg $21.00 4th
settling, 2nd turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 07Sep18 0.5L, lng hd Tuncurry Bm66
1200m 56 (A Chau 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.82 , Soft(7),
Better Not Fly 56.5 1, Achi Baba 60.5 3, High
Tranquility 58.5 4, Btg $17.00, $11.00 6th to turn.
8TH, 23Sep18 4.1L Port Macquarie Bm58
1206m 60.5 (D Mc Lellan 4) 12, Lim 54, 1:12.95
(Last 600m 36.34), Soft(5), Yambaah Prince 59
1, Crossing Guard 59 2, Typhoon Bonny 61.5 3,
Btg $6.00, $5.50, $12.00 6th to 800m, 7th turn.
9TH, 06Oct18 10.1L Port Macquarie Bm58
1210m 60 (Ms B Hodder 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.71
(Last 600m 36.80), Soft(7), Flick Pass 56 1, Ilia
57.5 2, Winter Sonata 58 3, Btg $13.00 8th to
800m, 9th turn. Eased near 1000m.
--- LET-UP --7TH, 17Dec18 4.4L Taree Bm58 1400m 59
(P Graham 9) 11, Lim 54, 1:25.16 (Last 600m
37.43), Soft(5), Port Gold 57.5 1, Guided 55.5 2,
Thundering Heart 55 3, Btg $26.00 10th to turn.
Average effort in easier class here at
latest. Going up in grade. A win would
surprise.
8. PORT GOLD (1) 58.5
ch g 8 Show A Heart — Thunderunder (John
McLachlan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$76,830
61
6
5
7
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
61
1
35
18
6
1
Wins
—
4
2
—
—
2nds
—
3
2
—
—
3rds
—
3
3
1
—
TRACK: 7:0-0-1
DIST: 3:0-1-1
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (2) 1450 (1) 1615 (1)
1706 (1)
1st UP: 8:1-1-0
2nd UP: 7:0-1-0
3rd UP: 7:1-0-2
4th UP: 7:0-1-0
WIN: 9.8%
PLACE: 29.5%
RTG: 46
LAST 15 STARTS: 05787s153233613
7TH, 09Feb18 7.4L Walcha Bm55 1700m 53
(Ms C Baker 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:42.59 (Last 600m
37.13), Firm(2), Royal Villa 59 1, Funky Monkey
54 2, Camayoc 56 3, Btg $12.00, $13.00, $11.00
Last to turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 11Aug18 2.5L, lng hd Inverell Bm50
1200m 51 (Ms M Castle 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:12.17 ,
Good(4), Just A Dame 57.5 2, Rosetta’s Comet
60 3, Newcastle Dancer 58 4, Btg $9.00 .
ch m 6 Husson (AR) — Noise Maker (M P Byers)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$97,480
31
7
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
31
—
17
12
2
—
Wins
—
5
2
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 12:5-0-1
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1007 (1) 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1350 (1)
1400 (2) 1412 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-0-0
2nd UP: 5:0-0-1
3rd UP: 5:0-1-0
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 22.6%
PLACE: 35.5%
RTG: 65
LAST 15 STARTS: 477s48610588111
8TH, 26Jun18 4.4L Port Macquarie Bm56
1008m 58 (M Mc Guren 3) 11, Lim 54, 1:02.20
(Last 600m 37.16), Soft(6), My Little Racer 56.5
1, Flick Pass 55.5 2, Kelsha Begs 57 3, Btg $6.50,
$7.50 6th to 800m, 7th turn.
6TH, 14Jul18 7.4L Port Macquarie Bm55 1213m
57.5 (R Spokes 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:15.96 (Last 600m
38.09), Soft(5), French Command 52.5 1, Stop
The Fight 60 2, Floral One 57.5 3, Btg $5.00,
$4.60 4th to 800m, 5th turn.
10. THUNDERING HEART (4) 54
5TH, 25Aug18 1L Kempsey Bm51 1450m 53.5
(Cejay Graham 4) 12, Lim 54, 1:27.56 , Good(3),
Haveago Charlie 59.5 1, Ask The Price 60 2,
Golden Words 58 3, Btg $4.60, $5.00 9th to turn.
3RD, 15Sep18 1.5L, nck Armidale Bm50
1300m 55.5 (G Snowden 8) 12, Lim 54.5, 1:17.10
, Good(4), Bonnie Sare 58.5 1, Rosetta’s Comet
57 2, Cuthbert Gold 57.5 4, Btg $9.00, $10.00,
$9.00 4th to turn.
2ND, 29Sep18 3.3L, 2.3L Bundarra Open
1400m 54 (G Snowden 1) 5, Lim 54, 1:20.40 ,
Good(3), Victory Lass 55.5 1, Love Time 54 3,
Murphy’s Coal Dust 54 4, Btg $3.50 .
3RD, 20Oct18 0.8L, 0.5L Inverell Bm50
1400m 54.5 (Olivia Pickering 13) 13, Lim 54,
1:23.97 , Soft(5), Mr Malu 57 1, Ready To Go Go
59.5 2, Clipaholic 58.5 4, Btg $3.50 (fav). .
3RD, 29Oct18 hd, 0.5L Tamworth Bm58
1400m 54 (G Snowden 8) 8, Lim 54, 1:24.67
(Last 600m 36.20), Good(3), Akeed 58 1, Magic
Name 60 2, Herecum Da Drums 58 4, Btg $17.00,
$16.00, $26.00 3rd settling, 5th 800m, 4th
turn. Wide throughout.
6TH, 06Nov18 8.6L Taree Bm50 1400m 57.5
(P Graham 5) 7, Lim 54, 1:26.16 (Last 600m
37.95), Good(3), Port Gold 58 1, Mosgiel Lucy 57
including 1 over 2, Stanzza 53 3, Btg $3.00 .
WON, 24Nov18 1L, 0.5L Inverell Bm58 1400m
54 (G Snowden 2) 11, Lim 54, 1:24.70 , Soft(5),
Semtex 57 2, Priceless De Hero 62.5 3, Ready To
Go Go 59.5 4, Btg $13.00, $9.00 5th to 800m,
4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 17Dec18 0.8L, hd Taree Bm58 1400m
55 (A Gibbons 4) 11, Lim 54, 1:25.16 (Last 600m
37.43), Soft(5), Port Gold 57.5 1, Guided 55.5 2,
Splash Of Lime 54 4, Btg $7.00, $11.00 5th to
800m, 6th turn.
Veteran who retains zest for racing.
Finished solidly to place here last start. Has
a light weight. Drawn favourably. Not the
roughest.
RACE 7
F&M Benchmark 58
5.30 (1000m)
1. SILENT DREAM (8) 61.5
br m 6 Walking Or Dancing (NZ) — Silent Symphony (B A Partelle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$73,530
32
3
6
7
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
32
2
24
6
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
1
5
—
—
—
3rds
—
7
—
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TRACK: 1:0-0-1
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1150 (1) 1350 (2)
1st UP: 6:1-0-1
2nd UP: 5:0-2-0
3rd UP: 5:0-2-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-2
WIN: 9.4%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 18s682s10932353
8TH, 29Nov17 7.6L Wyong (Metro) 4yo and
UP , Mares Bm70 1200m 51.5 (Ms R King 2)
9, Lim 53, 1:09.57 ((class record) Last 600m
37.37), Good(4), Hillary Step 59 1, Hammoon
Dream 59.5 2, Mollyfied 56 3, Btg $26.00, $71.00
6th to turn. Checked near 800m. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 09Jan18 0.5L, 1L Cessnock Bm55 1350m
58 (A Bullock 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:21.35 , Good(4),
Earzaburning 59 1, Dynamic Dynasty 59.5
3, Kevacca’s Girl 54 4, Btg $4.60, $3.80 2nd
settling, 3rd turn. Overraced early stages.
--- SPELL --WON, 04Jun18 1L, 1.8L Cessnock Cls 2 1150m
55 (B El-Issa 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:07.77 (Last 600m
34.01), Good(3), Dark Elixir 54 2, Tootz 59 3, Zar
Gold 54 4, Btg $7.50, $8.00, $6.00 4th to turn.
Blocked for a run near turn.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 16Jul18 64.9L Cessnock Bm55 1350m
60.5 (B El-Issa 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:22.97 (Last 600m
36.80), Firm(2), Falsified 56.5 1, Mosgiel Lucy 54
2, Evonne’s Magic 58.5 3, Btg $3.50, $3.80 4th
settling, 6th 800m, Last turn. Poor post-race
recovery.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 07Aug18 4.4L Scone F&M’s Bm58
1100m 61 (A Bullock 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:06.08 (Last
600m 35.60), Soft(5), Tattinger 56 1, Darbies
Blugirl 60 2, Dame Kiri 57 3, Btg $8.50, $12.00
5th to 800m, 7th turn.
3RD, 19Aug18 sht 1/2 hd, nck Taree Bm67
1250m 54 (B El-Issa 4) 13, Lim 54, 1:13.78 (Last
600m 36.44), Good(3), Imperial Eagle 57 1,
Patriot 60.5 2, Magic Arli 55 4, Btg $31.00,
$61.00, $41.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 17Sep18 0.5L, lng hd Cessnock 2nd
Bm58 1150m 59 (B El-Issa 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:08.34
(Last 600m 34.85), Firm(2), Gone Viral 55.5 1,
Atum 58.5 3, I Can Hear Music 59 4, Btg $5.50,
$4.60 8th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 20Oct18 lng hd, nse Newcastle Bm64
1400m 51 (Ms M Weir 7) 12, Lim 54, 1:24.47 (Last
600m 34.37), Good(3), Buddy’s Ode 54 1, High
Tranquility 58 2, Kulnura 58.5 4, Btg $11.00,
$16.00, $15.00 7th settling, 8th turn. Overraced
middle stages. Rider told to use more care.
5TH, 03Nov18 3L Berrigan Open 1600m
57 including 0.5 over (N Souquet 5) 8, Lim 54,
1:35.61 (Last 600m 35.22), Good(3), Little Red
Devil 56.5 1, Magic Pegasus 54 2, Quick Spin 54
3, Btg $1.90 (fav). .
3RD, 21Nov18 0.5L, 1.8L Newcastle Bm66
1600m 55.5 (B El-Issa 6) 10, Lim 55.5, 1:37.05
(Last 600m 37.03), Good(4), Hermosa Reward
59 1, Another Larga 62.5 2, Elkano 57.5 4, Btg
$13.00, $8.00 6th settling, 7th 1200m, 6th to
turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Kept working to line at
Newcastle last outing. Each-way chance.
2. BUBBLES BALL (6) 59.5
b f 3 Zoustar — Dance Girl Dance (K A Lees)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$28,525
3
1
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
3
—
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
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3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-1-0
Won over: 1000 (1)
1st UP: 1:0-1-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 100%
RTG: 58
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LAST 15 STARTS: 221
2ND, 04Nov18 1.3L, 1.8L Muswellbrook 3yo
Mdn 1000m 55 (A Gibbons 1) 14, Set weights,
57.03s (Last 600m 33.96), Good(4), Engadine
57 1, Old Harbour 57 3, Pleasure Bomb 55 4, Btg
$2.80, $2.00 (fav). 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
2ND, 25Nov18 sht hd, 2.5L Quirindi 3yo Mdn
1100m 55 (D Mc Lellan 4) 11, Set weights, 1:03.92
, Good(4), Macal 55 1, Huey 57 3, True Finesse 55
4, Btg $2.25, $1.70 (fav). led to turn.
WON, 13Dec18 4L, 0.5L Coffs Harbour Mdn
1000m 58 (D Mc Lellan 3) 12, Lim 55.5, 57.77s
(Last 600m 35.03), Good(4), Dorset Coast 57
2, Sfilza 58 3, Atyaaf 58 4, Btg $2.25, $1.80 (fav).
2nd to turn.
Commanding on-pace winner in easier
company at Coffs Harbour last time out.
Rates highly.
3. CUNNINGAR LASS (3) 59.5
b m 5 Dubleo (US) — Bechwat (A J Denham)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$23,565
8
2
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
—
6
2
—
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-1
Won over: 800 (1) 900 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-1-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 55
LAST 15 STARTS: 9s23176s1s5
9TH, 31Jul17 8.6L Port Macquarie 3yo Mdn
1006m 56 (R Thompson 3) 10, Lim 54, 59.07s
((class record) Last 600m 36.86), Good(4),
Northern Knight 58 1, Nic And Run 56 2, Raiden
59 3, Btg $21.00 led to turn. Hung out near
800m. Poor post-race recovery. Lame after
race.
--- SPELL --2ND, 09Jan18 0.5L, 1L Cessnock Mdn 900m
57 (R Thompson 6) 11, Set weights, 51.24 secs
, Good(4), Cozursmart 55.5 1, Bestowal 57 3,
Westover 57 4, Btg $13.00, $17.00, $16.00 2nd
throughout. Laid out near turn.
3RD, 21Jan18 4.3L, 2.8L Wyong Mdn 1000m
57 (R Thompson 8) 10, Set weights, 57.16s (Last
600m 33.49), Good(3), Second Island 55.5
1, Chiswick 55.5 2, Slimline 54 4, Btg $4.60,
$7.00, $6.50 3rd throughout. Raced Greenly.
Hampered near turn.
WON, 10Feb18 2L, 1.3L Gilgandra Mdn
800m 57 (G Ryan 5) 9, Set weights, 45.12 secs
, Good(3), Beechal 56.5 2, Grand Expedition 57
3, Blue Channel 56.5 4, Btg $1.90, $1.70 (fav). led
throughout.
7TH, 02Mar18 3.1L Muswellbrook Bm55
900m 58 (G Ryan 11) 13, Lim 54, 52.26s (Last
600m 33.78), Good(4), Quick Cash 59 1, Mon
Petite Fille 58 2, God I’m Hot 57.5 3, Btg $5.50,
$10.00, $9.00 led to turn.
6TH, 13Mar18 4.8L Coffs Harbour Cls 2 810m
54 (S Lisnyy 10) 12, Lim 54, 46.43s (Last 600m
33.78), Soft(5), Odds Or Evens 56.5 1, Western
Alliance 59 2, Gohardonhula 52.5 3, Btg $12.00,
$21.00 9th to turn. Ran wide early, middle
stages.
--- SPELL --WON, 31Jul18 sht hd, sht 1/2 hd Newcastle
Bm55 900m 57 (R Thompson 4) 10, Lim 54, 54s
(Last 600m 34.72), Good(3), Double Pluggas 54
2, Ammate 60.5 3, Ms Wicked Nicci 52.5 4, Btg
$7.50, $9.00, $8.50 5th to turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 30Nov18 3L Muswellbrook Bm58
900m 57.5 (R Thompson 3) 9, Lim 54, 51.83s
(Last 600m 33.81), Soft(5), Call Me Brad 58.5
1, Princess Snowy 57 2, Gidgee Guy 57.5 3, Btg
$8.50, $15.00 8th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Far from disgraced at
Muswellbrook first-up. Won second-up last
campaign. Drawn to receive every chance.
Can’t be taken lightly.
4. MANNING TREASURE (11) 59
b m 6 May’haab — Janie Hikawai (NZ) (Colt
Prosser)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$66,700
37
3
6
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
37
—
25
11
1
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
4
2
—
—
3rds
—
3
—
1
—
TRACK: 4:0-0-0
DIST: 25:3-5-2
Won over: 1000 (3)
1st UP: 4:0-1-1
2nd UP: 4:1-0-1
3rd UP: 4:1-0-1
4th UP: 4:0-0-0
WIN: 8.1%
PLACE: 35.1%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 35047s351929261
7TH, 16Mar18 5.9L Taree Cls 2 1257m 54
(P Graham 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.44 (Last 600m
36.88), Good(4), Bold Dapper 57.5 1, Latitude
57.5 2, Editors 58.5 3, Btg $81.00, $101.00,
$81.00 2nd settling, 3rd turn.
--- SPELL --3RD, 04Aug18 0.8L, 0.5L Kempsey Cls 1
1000m 55.5 (P Graham 11) 12, Lim 54, 58.30 secs
, Good(3), Royal Duke 59 1, Mayfair Lady 57 2, So
Foxy 55.5 4, Btg $6.00, $7.00 7th to 800m, 9th
turn. Eased early stages. Blocked for a run near
turn.
5TH, 17Aug18 2.8L Taree Cls 1 1000m 54 (P
Graham 3) 11, Lim 54, 58.12s (Last 600m 35.41),
Good(3), Impulsive Maneuver 55.5 1, Kirk Ella 59
2, Allez Rev 59 3, Btg $26.00, $21.00, $41.00 6th
to 800m, 4th turn.
WON, 25Aug18 1.8L, 0.5L Kempsey Cls 1
1000m 55.5 (P Graham 1) 8, Lim 54, 58.61 secs
, Good(3), Survey’s Legacy 57.5 2, So Foxy 55.5 3,
Gold Runner 57.5 4, Btg $4.80, $5.00, $4.60 led
throughout.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 16Sep18 6.4L Taree Bm58 1000m 54 (P
Graham 8) 11, Lim 54, 58.48s (Last 600m 35.47),
Good(3), Stoddart 60 1, Akamin 62 2, Golden
Comet 60 3, Btg $17.00, $16.00, $17.00 9th to
800m, Last turn.
2ND, 05Oct18 1.5L, 0.5L Port Macquarie Cls
2 1000m 54 (P Graham 2) 10, Lim 54, 59.62s
(Last 600m 35.10), Good(4), Je Suis Tycoon
57.5 1, Traumatised 58.5 3, Ms Wicked Nicci 52.5
4, Btg $21.00, $31.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn.
Overraced near 800m.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 30Oct18 3.4L Grafton Cls 2 1100m 54
(P Graham 2) 14, Lim 54, 1:03.32 (Last 600m
34.23), Good(4), Crooked Gent 54.5 1, Rioli 59.5
2, Fair Dinkum 55.5 3, Btg $12.00, $26.00 6th to
turn. Hampered near 200m.
2ND, 15Nov18 0.8L, lng nck Port Macquarie
Bm58 1000m 55 (P Graham 3) 11, Lim 54, 59.39s
(Last 600m 34.92), Good(4), Let’s Rebelle 55.5 1,
Eddy Would Go 57 3, Akamin 61.5 4, Btg $17.00,
$13.00 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn.
6TH, 27Nov18 3.5L Port Macquarie Bm58
1006m 55 (P Graham 3) 10, Lim 54, 59.76s (Last
600m 34.52), Good(4), Sweet Missile 57.5 1,
Smokey Eye 56 2, God I’m Hot 53.5 3 dead heat,
Btg $10.00, $11.00, $9.00 7th to 800m, 6th
turn. Overraced middle stages.
WON, 13Dec18 1L, 1.3L Coffs Harbour Cls 2
1000m 57 (Ms B Hodder 3) 14, Set weights,
57.95s (Last 600m 34.81), Good(4), San Marco
57 2, Impulsive Maneuver 57.5 3, Rioli 57 4, Btg
$41.00 8th to 800m, 5th turn.
Impressive win at long odds at Coffs
Harbour at latest. Keep safe.
5. PRINCESS SNOWY (7) 59
b m 4 Sequalo — Bonne Affaire (D Lane)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$58,410
21
2
5
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
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12
5
4
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1
1
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2nds
—
3
1
1
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 3:0-1-0
DIST: 9:1-2-1
Won over: 800 (1) 1000 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-1
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 9.5%
PLACE: 38.1%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: s3461627s925525
WON, 23Mar18 1.8L, 2L Sunshine Coast-N Cls
1 1000m 53.5 (J Murphy 6) 7, Lim 54, 1:00.88
(Last 600m 35.91), Heavy(9), I Remember You
57 2, Favulicious 58 3, Play Thing 56 4, Btg $4.00,
$4.60 5th settling, 3rd turn.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 01May18 5.7L Taree Cls 2 1007m 56.5 (S
Lisnyy 7) 9, Lim 54, 59.96s (Last 600m 36.32),
Heavy(8), Ruby Two Shoes 55 1, Lobban Hood
55.5 2, Ondo Pasa 55.5 3, Btg $3.50, $8.00 6th
throughout. Overraced middle stages. Checked
near 600m.
2ND, 18May18 2L, 1/2 nck Quirindi Cls 2
1000m 58 (J Hull 13) 14, Lim 54, 56.82s (Last
600m 32.39), Good(3), Two ‘n’ Wellgo 57.5
1, Diamond Court 52.5 3, Slickster 54.5 4, Btg
$7.00, $10.00, $9.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
LAST, 26May18 6.1L Gosford Cls 2 1100m 54
(T Wolfgram 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:05.10 (Last 600m
36.17), Good(4), Shantou 55.5 1, Tiki Bar 57 2,
Smooth Tycoon 57 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00 4th to
800m, 3rd turn.
--- SPELL --9TH, 20Sep18 9.2L Hawkesbury Cls 2 1000m
51 (Ms A Skerritt 7) 10, Lim 54, 57.16s (Last 600m
33.53), Good(3), Cyclonite 55.5 1, Azcannyaz
54 2, American Salute 54 3, Btg $13.00, $12.00,
$13.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 19Oct18 lng nck, 1.3L Taree Bm58
1000m 57.5 (J Hull 3) 13, Lim 54, 58.70s (Last
600m 36.20), Heavy(8), Tigers Image 59 1, No
Qualm 55 3, Akamin 62 4, Btg $10.00, $13.00
2nd throughout.
5TH, 03Nov18 5.8L Newcastle Cls 2 900m
51.5 (Ms A Skerritt 5) 6, Lim 54, 51.27s (Last
600m 33.16), Good(4), Kedah 55 1, Buckin’
Beauty 55 2, Ticket To Riches 51 3, Btg $6.00,
$7.00 5th throughout.
5TH, 15Nov18 1.4L Port Macquarie Bm58
1000m 57.5 (J Hull 6) 11, Lim 54, 59.39s (Last
600m 34.92), Good(4), Let’s Rebelle 55.5 1,
Manning Treasure 55 2, Eddy Would Go 57 3, Btg
$6.50, $9.00 led to turn. Blundered at start.
2ND, 30Nov18 lng nck, 1.8L Muswellbrook
Bm58 900m 57 (T Wolfgram 2) 9, Lim 54, 51.83s
(Last 600m 33.81), Soft(5), Call Me Brad 58.5 1,
Gidgee Guy 57.5 3, Starrick 54.5 4, Btg $10.00,
$13.00 5th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 23Dec18 2.3L Taree Bm58 1000m 57.5
(T Wolfgram 11) 13, Lim 54, 57.96s (Last 600m
34.94), Soft(5), Texas Storm 58.5 1, Too Easy Bro
61 2, Enigami 53 3, Btg $5.00, $6.50, $5.50 9th to
800m, 10th turn. Blocked for a run near 200m.
Wasn’t all that far away here last start.
Can play a key role.
6. BUT I KNOW (1) 57.5
br f 3 So You Think (NZ) — Pendolin (NZ) (M R
Stitt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$18,090
3
1
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
—
2
1
—
Wins
—
—
—
1
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:1-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1308 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 41s0
4TH, 01Jun18 2.4L Taree 2yo Open 1250m 55
(G Buckley 4) 10, Lim 54.5, 1:16.66 (Last 600m
36.85), Soft(5), Taken On Chance 58 1, Saganaki
57 2, Pullman Brown 56.5 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00
5th to 800m, 4th turn. Hampered at start.
WON, 08Jun18 1/2 hd, 5.3L Taree F&M’s Mdn
1308m 56.5 (G Buckley 6) 7, Lim 56, 1:20.65
(Last 600m 37.24), Heavy(9), Spanish Steps 56
2, Karlu Dreaming 56 3, Arloarlo 54 4, Btg $4.60,
$6.50 2nd to 800m, led turn.
--- SPELL --LAST, 30Nov18 13L Muswellbrook F&M’s Cls
1 1450m 57 (R Thompson 2) 13, Lim 54, 1:27.72
(Last 600m 36.27), Soft(5), Dundee Lee 59.5 1,
Something Shocking 58 2, Tribuna 52.5 3, Btg
$15.00, $21.00 5th to 800m, 8th turn. Inquiry
into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Can figure.
7. GOLD RHAPSODY (5) 57.5
b f 3 Strategic Maneuver — Gold Waltz (Ms M De
Gonneville)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$11,920
2
1
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
—
1
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:1-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1)
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 50%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 54
Continued page 31
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LAST 15 STARTS: 51
5TH, 03Dec18 4.7L Taree F&M’s Mdn 1000m
55.5 (Cejay Graham 8) 9, Lim 54.5, 58.95s (Last
600m 36.31), Good(3), Danger Woman 56 1, Got
The Giggles 56.5 2, Uptooit 54.5 3, Btg $51.00,
$31.00 2nd to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
WON, 23Dec18 lng nck, 2.5L Taree 1st Mdn
1000m 54 (Cejay Graham 5) 10, Lim 55.5, 58.40s
(Last 600m 35.28), Soft(5), Uptooit 55.5 2,
Phylicia 56 3, Miss Devinci 57.5 4, Btg $41.00,
$61.00, $51.00 3rd to turn. Checked near 600m.
Quickened smartly to score at long odds
here last outing. Place appeal only.
8. WICKEDLY RISQUE (10) 57.5
ch m 7 Wicked Style (US) — Risque (H R Dew)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$59,500
43
5
6
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
43
1
27
13
2
—
Wins
—
4
1
—
—
2nds
—
2
4
—
—
3rds
—
4
—
—
—
DIST: 28:2-4-2
TRACK: 5:0-0-0
Won over: 810 (3) 1000 (2)
1st UP: 6:1-0-0
2nd UP: 5:0-1-1
3rd UP: 5:1-1-0
4th UP: 5:0-2-1
WIN: 11.6%
PLACE: 34.9%
RTG: 51
LAST 15 STARTS: s745456297s1313
4TH, 14Dec17 2L Ballina Cls 3 1000m 54 (L
Rolls 8) 12, Lim 54, 56.38s (Last 600m 34.10),
Good(3), Perdu 52.5 1, Soft Top 55.5 2, Siroccan
Lad 58.5 3, Btg $13.00, $26.00 2nd to turn.
5TH, 04Jan18 5.2L Taree F&M’s Bm57 1000m
56.5 (Shane Arnold 3) 8, Lim 54, 57.08s ((track
record) Last 600m 34.94), Good(4), Merriwa
56.5 1, Enigami 58 2, Hebrides Maneuver 56.5
3, Btg $8.00, $12.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Jumped awkwardly.
6TH, 15Jan18 3.7L Taree Cls 3 1007m 54 (Ms J
Worley 4) 7, Lim 54, 58.46s (Last 600m 34.78),
Good(4), Valbeata 58.5 1, Demoralising 55 2,
Merriwa 52.5 3, Btg $16.00, $41.00 3rd to turn.
2ND, 20Jan18 lng nck, sht 1/2 hd Kempsey
Bm50 1000m 57.5 (Shane Arnold 1) 12, Lim 54,
57.84 secs , Good(3), Flick Pass 55.5 1, Clint 60.5
3, Just Imagine 57 4, Btg $4.60, $4.00 (fav). led
to turn.
9TH, 26Jan18 3.7L Port Macquarie Bm57
1000m 54 (Ms J Worley 10) 10, Lim 54, 58.50s
(Last 600m 35.10), Good(4), Jemily 59 1, No
Qualm 53.5 2, Kelsha Begs 59.5 3, Btg $8.50,
$8.00, $8.50 5th to turn.
LAST, 12Feb18 4.3L Taree Bm60 1000m 54
(Ms J Worley 3) 7, Lim 54, 58.23s (Last 600m
35.42), Good(4), Stoddart 54 1, Merriwa 55 2,
Billabong Cindy 59 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 5th to
800m, Last turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 06Nov18 2.5L, nck Coffs Harbour
Bm45 810m 59 (Ms K Stanley 8) 8, Lim 56.5,
46.47s (Last 600m 33.66), Good(3), Sister
Bertrille 56 2, Gold Runner 61 3, Star Song 62.5
4, Btg $5.00 .
3RD, 24Nov18 1.5L, 3.3L Coffs Harbour Bm66
1012m 54 (Ms K Stanley 3) 6, Lim 54, 58.74s
(Last 600m 34.57), Good(4), More Patasi 59.5
1, Ultimate Dreamer 61 2, Elite Dubleo 64 4, Btg
$6.00, $8.00, $7.50 led to turn.
WON, 01Dec18 lng nck, 0.5L Bowraville Bm45
1000m 60.5 (Ms K Stanley 6) 7, Lim 59, 57.95s
(Last 600m 34.77), Good(3), Gold Runner 59 2,
Miss Zinzin 57 3, Lots Of Diamonds 59.5 4, Btg
$3.00 (fav). .
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 26Dec18 hd, 1.5L Bowraville Bm50
1000m 59.5 (K Matheson 5) 7, Lim 55.5, 59.94s
(Last 600m 35.86), Good(4), Seduction 60.5 1,
Ready Zaim Fire 55.5 2, Complete Faith 55.5 4,
Btg $4.20, $5.50 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Ran on well to place at Bowraville last
time out. Needs luck from out there.
Outside chance for multiples.
9. DANGER WOMAN (4) 57
b f 3 Mosayter (US) — Casino Hussler (S L Brewer)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$13,770
5
1
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
3
2
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
DIST: 2:1-0-0
TRACK: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 53
LAST 15 STARTS: 036s10
10TH, 26May18 4.4L Gosford 2yo Mdn
1000m 56 (S Lisnyy 3) 12, Lim 54.5, 59.78s (Last
600m 35.57), Good(4), Beware 58 1, Heavenly
Thunder 52 2, Lu’s In Charge 56 3, Btg $71.00,
$101.00 10th to 800m, 11th turn. Hampered
near 1000m.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 17Jun18 1/2 hd, 1.3L Port Macquarie
2yo Open 1206m 54 (B Mc Dougall 6) 6,
Lim 54, 1:15.32 (Last 600m 37.21), Soft(6),
Taken On Chance 59.5 1, She’s Choosie 61 2,
Sizzleonthebridge 57 4, Btg $41.00, $51.00,
$41.00 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn. Slowly away.
Overraced early, middle stages. Hung in in
straight.
6TH, 26Jun18 6.3L Port Macquarie Mdn
1208m 56 including 1 over (R Agnew 3) 11, Lim
55, 1:15.02 (Last 600m 38.07), Soft(6), Master
Magic Al 58.5 1, African Guy 54.5 2, Dogoda Fury
55 3, Btg $6.00, $8.50 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
Passed fit at barrier. Checked early stages. Laid
in in straight.
--- SPELL --WON, 03Dec18 lng nck, 2L Taree F&M’s Mdn
1000m 56 (P Graham 7) 9, Lim 54.5, 58.95s
(Last 600m 36.31), Good(3), Got The Giggles
56.5 2, Uptooit 54.5 3, Wow Wow Kapow 57 4,
Btg $13.00, $21.00 4th to turn.
12TH, 18Dec18 11L Armidale Cls 1 1100m 55
(Ms R Murray 1) 14, Lim 54, 1:04.30 (Last 600m
35.53), Good(4), Alternative Facts 56 1, Peyton
Place 58 2, Cocky Rocky 56 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00
2nd to turn.
Prominent but found nothing when
called upon at Armidale at latest. Looks
tested.
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10. GOD I’M HOT (2) 57
b m 6 Onemorenomore — Meddler (K J Lantry)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$50,980
25
2
1
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
25
—
17
6
2
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
1
—
3rds
—
4
—
—
—
TRACK: 6:0-0-1
DIST: 8:0-1-1
Won over: 900 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-0-1
2nd UP: 4:0-0-2
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:1-1-0
WIN: 8%
PLACE: 28%
RTG: 50
LAST 15 STARTS: 92s135850048463
5TH, 31Mar18 2.2L Port Macquarie Bm57
1000m 56.5 (Olivia Pickering 5) 9, Lim 54, 59.77s
(Last 600m 35.24), Good(4), In Good Time
56.5 1, No Qualm 57 2, Exellas 55.5 3, Btg $7.00,
$13.00, $12.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn.
8TH, 13Apr18 5.7L Port Macquarie Cls 2
1206m 53.5 (Ms M Weir 3) 12, Lim 54, 1:13.92
(Last 600m 35.84), Soft(5), Juventus 56.5 1,
Toast 54 2, Classy Anna 58.5 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00
4th settling, 3rd turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- LET-UP --5TH, 01Jul18 2.5L Taree Cls 2 1007m 53 (Ms
L Day 9) 9, Lim 54, 1:00.37 (Last 600m 36.73),
Soft(6), Lobban Hood 56.5 1, Second Island 57 2,
Miss Gigi 54 3, Btg $13.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- LET-UP --11TH, 17Aug18 3.1L Taree Bm58 1000m 55.5
(Ms L Day 1) 12, Lim 54, 58.61s (Last 600m
34.50), Good(3), Fear Factor 56.5 1, Nicco’s
Lass 57.5 2, Akamin 60 3 dead heat, Btg $16.00,
$21.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn.
13TH, 03Sep18 5.3L Taree Bm58 1000m 56.5
(Ms M Weir 3) 14, Lim 54, 58.55s (Last 600m
35.24), Good(3), Akamin 60 1, Stoddart 59.5 2,
Jackknife 59.5 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00 12th to turn.
4TH, 15Sep18 1.9L Newcastle Cls 2 900m 54
(D Mc Lellan 3) 9, Lim 54, 52.68s (Last 600m
34.85), Good(4), Sweetest Eyes 54.5 1, Il Bandito
58.5 2, Ghibli 52.5 3, Btg $31.00 6th to turn.
8TH, 25Sep18 4.6L Grafton Cls 2 1115m 54 (Ms
M Weir 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:04.60 (Last 600m 34.41),
Good(4), Woodditton 56.5 1, Vivid Image 54 2,
Plectrum 56.5 3, Btg $11.00, $15.00 7th to turn.
Overraced middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 03Nov18 3.5L Newcastle Cls 2 900m
54 (D Mc Lellan 2) 6, Lim 54, 51.27s (Last 600m
33.16), Good(4), Kedah 55 1, Buckin’ Beauty 55
2, Ticket To Riches 51 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00 4th
throughout.
6TH, 18Nov18 3L Newcastle Cls 2 900m 51
(Ms M Weir 7) 8, Lim 54, 52.09s (Last 600m
33.15), Good(4), Miss Gigi 54 1, Screen Shot 58.5
2, Belle Of Portugal 59 3, Btg $12.00, $9.00 7th
to turn. Checked near 200m. Blocked for a run
near 100m.
3RD (D.H.), 27Nov18 2.5L, nse Port
Macquarie Bm58 1006m 53.5 (Ms L Day 6) 10,
Lim 54, 59.76s (Last 600m 34.52), Good(4),
Sweet Missile 57.5 1, Smokey Eye 56 2, One More
57.5 3 dead heat, Btg $9.00, $10.00, $9.00 8th
to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Charged home to just miss
last start. Drawn to effect. Worth some
thought.
11. ADVALADY (9) 55
ch m 4 Ad Valorem (US) — Double O’Roc (R R
Milligan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$40,330
9
1
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
6
3
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 4:0-0-1
DIST: 3:0-0-1
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 11.1%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 46
LAST 15 STARTS: 4s36210s008s
4TH, 06Jan17 2.7L Tamworth 2yo Mdn
1000m 53 (Ms C Baker 4) 6, Set weights, 56.90
secs , Good(3), Taro San 57 1, Princess Lottie 55
2, Uncle Rodriguez 57 3, Btg $26.00 5th to turn.
Slowly away.
--- SPELL --3RD, 24Dec17 0.8L, 1/2 hd Taree Mdn 1000m
55.5 (P King 11) 12, Set weights, 59s (Last
600m 35.87), Good(3), Our Brother George
59 1, Natural Image 54 2, Ayeteem 57.5 4, Btg
$5.00, $5.50, $4.60 (fav). 6th to turn. Hung in in
straight. Proved difficult to ride out.
6TH, 04Jan18 3.4L Taree Mdn 1000m 56
(C O’Brien 8) 14, Lim 55.5, 58.45s (Last 600m
35.23), Good(4), Jack’s Bar 58.5 1, Directory 56.5
2, Natural Image 55.5 3, Btg $4.80, $6.50, $6.00
7th to turn.
2ND, 12Jan18 4.5L, lng nck Port Macquarie
F&M’s Mdn 1206m 56.5 (P Graham 6) 12, Set
weights, 1:13.14 (Last 600m 35.90), Good(4),
Take The Mountain 58 1, Bloom In Spring 56.5
3, Natural Image 55 4, Btg $5.00, $8.50 6th to
800m, 5th turn. Hampered near 200m.
WON, 25Jan18 1.8L, 0.5L Tamworth Mdn
1200m 55.5 (J Pracey-Holmes 14) 14, Set
weights, 1:11.16 (Last 600m 37.77), Good(3), The
Debater 59 2, Swift Charger 59 3, Blinkin Legend
55.5 4, Btg $5.50, $6.50 led throughout.
11TH, 08Feb18 5.5L Grafton F&M’s Cls 1
1206m 56 (B Pengelly 11) 14, Lim 54, 1:09.31 (Last
600m 34.56), Good(4), Tapa 57.5 1, Sarasota Bay
58.5 2, Just Imagine 54.5 3, Btg $6.50, $9.00
5th to turn. Overraced early stages. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- SPELL --13TH, 01Jun18 9.5L Taree Cls 1 1250m 55
(P Graham 4) 14, Lim 54, 1:15.28 (Last 600m
36.85), Soft(5), Island Grange 56.5 1, Ibini 58.5 2,
La Pont 59 3, Btg $17.00, $16.00, $26.00 7th to
turn. Passed fit at barrier.
11TH, 17Jun18 6.8L Port Macquarie Bm55
1106m 56.5 (P Graham 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:09.45
(Last 600m 37.82), Soft(6), Bite The Media 55.5
1, Outsmartem 63 2, Budawang 59 3, Btg $15.00,
$17.00, $15.00 2nd to 800m, led turn.
8TH, 01Jul18 7.8L Taree F&M’s Bm55 1257m
57.5 (P Graham 6) 11, Lim 54, 1:17.58 (Last 600m
38.40), Soft(7), Stradance 59.5 1, Falsified 58.5
2, I’ll Take Money 57.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00 3rd
to turn.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Not likely.
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624s MISTEED Ⓑ w 4
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2s21 SHERIFF Ⓑ dh 3
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6064 SOIR DE LUNE h 2
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s505 COSIMO 11
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0152 JUAPHIKOA cwh 6
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6292 THE PATRICIAN tw 1
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RACE 5
3.45
(1300m)
1. I’M A LEGEND (Matthew Vella) 4g By Nicconi - Is
Amazing (8:0-3-4): Kept fighting when ½ len 2nd of
5 (2) $2.60 59.5 Resonare 1550m C’bury 3yo Mdn
Good(4) July 25. Took up a handy position in first-up
1½ len, 2¼ len 3rd of 12 (9) $3.90 60.5 Bad Boy For
Love, Schnapps 1100m Hawkesbury Mdn Soft(6)
Dec 16. Shown some promise. Handy and boxed on
fairly to fill the minors at Hawkesbury first-up. Will
only be fitter. Pacy. Commands respect.
2. HONOUR OF CLARE (Jason Attard) 4g By
Onemorenomore - Great Meadows (1:0-0-0): Hampered at start when 10 len 7th of 9 (5) $101.00 59.0
Sheriff 1200m Goulburn E&G Mdn Good(4) Dec 20.
Didn’t show much fight at debut. Prefer others.
3. HAMOGANY (Ms G Markwell) 3g By High Chaparral (IR) - Skybound (0:0-0-0): First start. Prepared
for debut with 4¾ len 4th Doctor Zous 800m
Kembla Grange barrier trial Good(4) Dec 19. Trials:
(1:0-0-0). Unplaced in only trial. Drawn to effect.
Educated here. Bears close watching.
4. MICKS NEW CHICK (M P Tubman) 4m By Husson (AR) - Mick’s Chick (5:0-2-2): Blundered early
stages when nk, 2¼ len 3rd of 12 (5) $10.00 57.0 On
The Top, Belle Of Clonmel 1200m Kembla Grange
Mdn Plate Heavy(8) Dec 1. Settled handy when 1¼
len 2nd of 10 (1) $4.60 58.0 Efficiently 1200m Goulburn F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Has share of ability.
Ran on well to place at Goulburn at latest. Gets in
light. Can play a role.
5. MUSUME (Ms L Dean) 3f By Bullet Train (GB) Elkaydee (6:0-3-0): Handily placed when lg nk 2nd
of 10 (3) $17.00 55.5 Polhampton 1300m Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Nov 23. Shifted out near 100m,
struck with another’s whip when sht ½ hd 2nd of
11 (4) $3.10F 56.5 Cossetot 1300m Hawkesbury
Mdn Good(3) Dec 9. Freshened. Knocking on the
door. On pace and fought on bravely to place at
Hawkesbury last start. Front-running. Among the
main chances.
6. PSICOPATICO (Jason Attard) 3g By Bernardini
(US) - Love Her Madly (1:0-0-0): Jumped awkwardly when 11¾ len 7th of 8 (5) $26.00 56.5 Primitivo
1300m Newcastle E&G Mdn Soft(7) Sept 4. Primed
for return with 11¾ len 7th In The Zone 1000m
Hawkesbury barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(5) Dec 17. Resuming. Formerly with C J Waller. Disappointing
debut performance. Drawn off the track. Doesn’t
look likely.
7. MILAWA (Ms G Markwell) 4m By Dalakhani (IR)
- Choose To Dream (1:0-0-0): Slowly away, raced
greenly when 13½ len last of 7 (6) $41.00 53.0 Equal
Balance 1000m Kembla Grange Mdn Good(3) Sept
30 (2017). Resumes from long spell. Failed to impress at debut. A win would surprise.
8. CHICANSALADE (Ms G Markwell) 3g By Salade
- No Chic Leica (4:0-0-1): Hung out on straightening
when lg nk, 2 len 3rd of 7 (6) $31.00 57.0 Intense
Focus, Kara’s Hope 1400m Kembla Grange 3yo Mdn
Good(3) Aug 9. Hampered near 600m when 2¾
len 4th of 8 (8) $6.50 53.0 Silent Agenda 1600m
Kembla Grange Mdn Good(3) Aug 18. First-up. Only
a place chance.
9. ROND DE JAMBE (E & L Longmire) 3f By Americain (US) - Shimmy (0:0-0-0): First start. Makes
debut here after nk win Barbara Mary, Wegee Lou
800m Goulburn barrier trial Good(4) Dec 20. Trials:
(1:1-0-0). Has shown ability at the trials. Big watch.
10. TWO SEAS (G W Murray) 3f By Sebring - Earthsea (FR) (1:0-0-0): Slowly away when 2¾ len 7th
of 11 (1) $20.00 56.5 Swidini 1100m Nowra F&M
Mdn Good(4) Dec 9. Freshened. Tough alley. Looks
tested.
RACE 5 Markey Saddlery
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s332 MICKS NEW CHICK h 6 B Owen (a3)
6222 MUSUME Ⓑ bh 5
A Hyeronimus
7s PSICOPATICO 17
J Ford
7s MILAWA h 10
T Marquand
534s CHICANSALADE Ⓑ h 8 C Reith
ROND DE JAMBE 9
J Collett
7 TWO SEAS Ⓑ h 14
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0s WORRIGEE STAR Ⓑ 11 Ms K O’Hara
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5s63 STORM ATTACK Ⓑ h 1
A Layt
84s5 BIG DATA h 12
3845 BANJO’S VOICE Ⓑ 3
0s49 BETTER NOT RAIN Ⓑ 15
08s0 REIBY RHYMER 7
RACE 6 Blg Business Advisers
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s432 HEMSTED Ⓑ 17
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s674 KENTFORD 7
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00s REXX Ⓑ 11
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7s23 EMERALD EARTH b 1
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ETERNITY Ⓑ 16
T Wolfgram
6 GEORGINA GOLD 6
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MY DEMETRA 4
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PAGEANT QUEEN Ⓑ h 2 C Lever
Emergencies
5s35 ELUSIVE NATURE Ⓑ b 9
s668 KASHIWA 8
J Ford
6905 THE SINNERMAN 5
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7 SLIGHT ADJUSTMENT 3 R Dolan (a2)
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2849 HAPPY HUSTLER 2
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78s5 NEPTUNE h 1
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45s4 TRADES STAR 7
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9 CAJUN MUSIC Ⓑ 11
C Reith
24s2 DEELBRAKA Ⓑ b 15
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7374 FLYING MOJO Ⓑ 8
K Jennings
4565 FLYING PIERRO Ⓑ 4
G Schofield
8892 MR COSTIGAN Ⓑ 12
J Van Overmeire (a)
40 TICKET KEEPER 9
R Hutchings
8 ACTUARIAL Ⓑ 13
T Berry
8s32 AGE OF WAR Ⓑ b 5
Ms D Panya
8s46 NIJINSKA 10
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11. WORRIGEE STAR (R & L Price) 3f By Sepoy
- Newtown Gypsy (1:0-0-0): Didn’t offer much
when 9¼ len 11th of 14 (14) $51.00 54.0 Oh My Mimi
1000m Goulburn Mdn Good(3) Sept 14. Resuming.
Never threatened at first start. Not likely.
12. MONEGAL (Ms T Bateup) 3f By Lope De Vega
(IR) - Sublissime (IR) (5:0-1-0): Slowly away when
3¼ len 5th of 12 (3) $11.00 55.5 On The Top 1200m
Kembla Grange Mdn Plate Heavy(8) Dec 1. Checked
near 400m when 4 len last of 13 (2) $9.00 57.0 Couru 1300m Goulburn 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Ran
home respectably at Goulburn last outing. Needs
luck from out there. Place makes best appeal.
13. STORM ATTACK (K J Parker) 3g By Supreme
Class - Dominant Lover (4:0-0-1): Overraced in
straight when 4½ len 6th of 11 (10) $41.00 56.0
The Runner 1100m Nowra E&G Mdn Good(4) Dec 9.
Positioned midfield when ¾ len, nose 3rd of 13 (4)
$16.00 56.5 Couru, Mr Costigan 1300m Goulburn
3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Found line well to place
at Goulburn last time out. Nicely weighted. Fitter for
two runs back. Drawn well. Can’t be taken lightly.
14. BIG DATA (Ms G Markwell) 3g By Dalghar (FR)
- Svita (4:0-0-0): Beaten but not disgraced when
3¾ len 4th of 7 (2) $11.00 55.0 Zidane 1200m Kembla Grange Mdn Hcp Good(4) May 29. Slowly away
when 2¼ len 5th of 8 (1) $26.00 55.0 Ljungberg
1200m C’bury 3yo Mdn Heavy(8) Dec 14. Battled
on fairly in the wet at Canterbury first-up. Has a light
weight. Strips fitter. Keep safe.
15. BANJO’S VOICE (W M Slinkard) 3g By Poet’s
Voice (GB) - Lyrical (8:0-1-1): Checked near turn
when 1¾ len 4th of 7 (1) $21.00 57.5 That Song
1100m Gosford Mdn-4 Or More Good(4) Dec 6.
Sound when 3½ len 5th of 9 (3) $5.50 57.5 Supreme
Gem 1280m Orange Mdn Hcp Good(3) Dec 17. Far
from disgraced at Orange at latest. Could sneak a
place at odds.
16. BETTER NOT RAIN (Michelle Ritchie) 3f By
Manhattan Rain - Amazing Spirit (NZ) (3:0-0-0):
Resumed with 3¾ len last of 4 (2) $2.20 55.5 Dollson 1000m Nowra Mdn Plate Good(3) Nov 6. Wide
throughout when 3½ len 9th of 12 (7) $91.00 54.5
Sestina 1100m Nowra F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec 9.
Freshened. Wide alley is a concern. Hard to make
a case for.
17. REIBY RHYMER (Jason Attard) 7m By Dylan
Thomas (IR) - Sugus’ Song (14:0-0-0): Fair effort in
4 len last of 8 (7) $6.00 62.0 County Crown 1200m
Gosford 3yo+ Hcp (Cl B) Good(4) Dec 16 (2017).
Showed pace when first-up 10¾ len 11th of 12 (4)
$151.00 54.0 Bad Boy For Love 1100m Hawkesbury
Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16. Went to line evenly at Hawkesbury first-up. Unplaced second-up. Unlikely to trouble these.
RACE 6
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• ON SKY RACING 1 & SKY THOROUGHBRED CENTRAL
(1300m)
1. DISTRACTED (James Cummings) 3g By Exceed
And Excel - Dreamy (1:0-0-0): Slowly away when
7¼ len 8th of 10 (2) $12.00 56.5 Charretera 1300m
Newcastle Mdn Good(4) Dec 2. Since recorded 4½
len last I Am Zain 896m C’bury barrier trial (Mdn)
Heavy(8) Dec 20. Freshened. Only battled to wire at
Newcastle debut. Rough chance for minors.
2. GOLDEN BOY (Ms G Markwell) 3g By Medaglia
D’Oro (US) - Mani Bhavan (US) (0:0-0-0): First start.
Readied for debut with 9½ len last Horn 900m R’hill
barrier trial Soft(7) June 8. Trials: (1:0-0-0). Out of
the placings in only trial. Has come up with a horror
draw. Locally trained. Use betting as a further guide.
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3. HEMSTED (James Cummings) 3g By Exceed And
Excel - Benenden (6:0-3-1): Shifted in at start when
4¼ len, ¾ len 3rd of 5 (5) $4.80 57.5 Enjoy Elsie, Ballad 1000m Wyong Mdn Plate Soft(6) Nov 29. Wide
throughout when sht hd 2nd of 10 (10) $6.50 57.5 A
Fortunate Lass 1100m Hawkesbury Mdn Soft(6) Dec
16. Ready to win. Finished well to place at Hawkesbury last outing. Include among the better chances.
4. KENTFORD (David Payne) 3g By Master Of
Design - Tale Of Harmony (7:0-0-0): Jumped awkwardly, shifted in at start when 5¼ len 7th of 8 (7)
$31.00 54.0 Ljungberg 1200m C’bury 3yo Mdn
Heavy(8) Dec 14. Kept trying 3½ len 4th of 9 (1)
$71.00 55.0 Helga 1400m Randwick-Kensington
3yo Mdn Soft(5) Dec 21. Fair effort without threatening at Randwick-Kensington last time out. Drops in
grade and gets the chance to be more competitive.
Can figure.
5. REXX (C J Waller) 3g By I Am Invincible - Radiant Star (2:0-0-0): Wide throughout when 11¾ len
10th of 13 (10) $9.50 57.0 Pennino 1050m D’ben
2yo Plate Heavy(8) April 21. Ridden on the speed
11½ len 11th of 13 (2) $13.00 57.0 Sesar 1200m Gold
Coast (Metro) G3 Ken Russell Good(4) May 5. Fitter
for 1¼ len, ¾ len 3rd Gogoldcoast, Proud Tradition
1050m R’wick barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(6) Dec 17.
First-up. Previously trained by T J Gollan. Out of the
money in opening campaign but since trialled well
and likely improver this time in. Down in class. Not
the roughest.
6. BREATH OF WIND (R J Quinton) 4m By Congrats (US) - Breezer (0:0-0-0): First start. Kicks
off here after 3¼ len last Overjoyed 1050m R’wick
barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(6) Dec 17. Trials: (3:0-0-0).
Unplaced in trials. Market holds the key.
7. EMERALD EARTH (A & E Cummings) 4m By
Pierro - Face Of The Earth (4:0-1-1): Found the line
intently for first-up ¾ len 2nd of 9 (3) $19.00 57.0
Lucky Louie 1200m Newcastle Mdn Good(4) Nov
18. Ran wide early stages when hd, ½ hd 3rd of
9 (7) $2.50F 57.0 Walkinshaw, Our Dawn 1500m
Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9. Freshened. Closed
intently to just miss at short odds at Hawkesbury at
latest. Good draw. Worth some thought.
8. ETERNITY (R J Quinton) 3f By So You Think
(NZ) - Cut A Dash (0:0-0-0): First start. Launching
career here after 5 len 9th Lord Elliott 1100m C’bury
barrier trial (Mdn) Good(4) Nov 13. Trials: (3:0-0-0).
Yet to place in trials. Drawn poorly. Use betting as a
further guide.
9. GEORGINA GOLD (M, W & J Hawkes) 3f By
Fiorente (IR) - Mist (IR) (1:0-0-0): Poor post-race
recovery when 11½ len 6th of 11 (7) $5.00 56.5
Cossetot 1300m Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9.
Freshened. Poor debut showing. Not expected to
threaten.
10. MY DEMETRA (P & P Snowden) 3f By Camelot
(GB) - Triple Tiara (0:0-0-0): First start. Prepared for
debut with 1¾ len 5th Foxpack 799m W Farm barrier
trial (Mdn) Good(4) Dec 11. Trials: (2:0-0-0). Market
holds the key.
11. PAGEANT QUEEN (Ms G Markwell) 3f By Snitzel
- Miss Victoria (0:0-0-0): First start. Makes debut
here after ½ len, ¾ len 3rd Professor Marvel, Monterey Lad 800m Kembla Grange barrier trial Good(4)
Nov 14. Trials: (1:0-0-1). Has home track advantage.
Use betting as a further guide.
12. ELUSIVE NATURE (T R Martin) 3f By Sepoy Stella Grace (5:0-0-1): Shifted in at start when 1½
len, ½ len 3rd of 10 (9) $6.50 55.0 The Art Of The Bar,
Unify 1000m Kembla Grange 3yo Hcp Good(3) Nov
6. Checked near 400m when 3½ len 5th of 10 (9)
$2.80F 56.5 Efficiently 1200m Goulburn F&M Mdn
Good(4) Dec 20. Ran home respectably at Goulburn
last start. Fitter third-up. Worth including.
13. KASHIWA (C J Waller) 3g By Fighting Sun Coolroom Candidate (6:0-0-1): Jumped awkwardly,
over-raced early, middle stages when 8¼ len 6th of
8 (4) $4.60 56.0 Snippetspeed 1400m W Farm 3yo
C&G Mdn Heavy(8) Nov 28. Slowly away, inquiry
into performance, blocked for a run in straight when
3¼ len 8th of 10 (8) $9.00 57.5 Gem Dealer 1200m
Newcastle Mdn Good(4) Dec 22. Battled on fairly at
Newcastle last outing. Each-way chance.
14. THE SINNERMAN (L J Bridge) 4g By Denman
- Wedlock (5:0-0-0): Hampered early stages, vetted - no abnormalities when 17¾ len last of 10 (3)
$71.00 57.0 Miss Jenny 1500m Kembla Grange Mdn
Heavy(9) Nov 17. Blocked for a run on straightening
when 10¼ len 5th of 11 (10) $101.00 56.5 Cossetot
1300m Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9. Freshened. This looks too hard.
15. SLIGHT ADJUSTMENT (Mark Newnham) 3f By
Dane Shadow - Adjustment (1:0-0-0): Shifted in at
start when 3¾ len 7th of 10 (7) $8.00 53.5 A Fortunate Lass 1100m Hawkesbury Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16.
Expect long odds.
16. RUSSIAN AHEAD (G Portelli) 3f By Dream
Ahead (US) - Rich Russian (4:0-0-1): Hung out
near turn, vetted - no abnormalities, ordered to
trial when 8¼ len 8th of 9 (6) $9.00 55.5 Snitzagirl
1208m Bathurst F&M Mdn Good(4) Aug 17. Jumped
awkwardly when 5¾ len 7th of 10 (4) $31.00 56.5
Efficiently 1200m Goulburn F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec
20. Coming off a modest run in same company at
Goulburn first-up. Others better.
17. BEAUFORT PARK (G A Ryan) 3g By Warhead
- Warlady (NZ) (1:0-0-0): Slowly away, hampered
near 800m, blocked for a run near 100m when 2¼
len 7th of 13 (8) $9.00 58.0 Couru 1300m Goulburn
3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. More experienced following debut. Badly drawn. Place appeal only.
RACE 7
4.55
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1. BAANONE (Bjorn Baker) 4g By Shocking - Baas
(4:0-1-1): Took up a handy position in first-up 6¼ len
5th of 9 (4) $3.90 57.5 Archedemus 1100m Wyong
4yo+ Mdn Soft(6) Nov 29. Fractious in barriers,
warning - barrier manners when lg hd 2nd of 10 (6)
$21.00 59.0 Gem Dealer 1200m Newcastle Mdn
Good(4) Dec 22. Charged home to just miss last time
out. Getting fitter. Nice gate. Keep safe.
2. HAPPY HUSTLER (Ms E Potowski) 5g By Casino
Prince - Langtryst (17:0-3-2): Laid in in straight when
¾ len 4th of 7 (6) $19.00 59.0 He’s Imposing 1600m
Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Nov 23. Slowly away
when 8¾ len 9th of 13 (5) $11.00 57.0 Ocean Dash
1800m Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9. Freshened. Couldn’t show a turn of foot this grade at
Hawkesbury at latest. Outside chance for multiples.
3. NEPTUNE (K J Parker) 4g By Excites - Inmotion
(6:0-1-0): Vetted - no abnormalities when 9 len 8th
of 14 (3) $8.00 56.5 Esplanade 1250m Taree E&G
Mdn Good(3) Aug 17. Settled midfield when firstup 9¼ len 5th of 9 (4) $21.00 59.0 Sheriff 1200m
Goulburn E&G Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Gave ground
last-track} first-up. Faces a task.
4. TRADES STAR (W M Slinkard) 4g By Nicconi Tennessee Star (6:0-1-1): Slowly away when 3½ len
5th of 6 (4) $16.00 58.0 Bobbing 1500m Hawkesbury Mdn Hcp Soft(7) July 5. First-up finished
6¾ len 4th of 11 (5) $16.00 59.0 Cossetot 1300m
Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9. Freshened. Went
to line only fairly this level at Hawkesbury first-up.
Only a place chance.
5. CAJUN MUSIC (James Cummings) 3g By Bernardini (US) - Zydeco (1:0-0-0): Wide throughout
when 13¼ len 9th of 11 (9) $16.00 58.0 Cossetot
1300m Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9. Freshened. Lacked a pick-up and only plugged to line at
Hawkesbury debut. Place makes best appeal.
6. DEELBRAKA (C Maher & D Eustace) 3g By
Dundeel (NZ) - Sunset Boulevard (3:0-2-0): Inquiry
into performance, vetted - no abnormalities when
3¼ len 4th of 12 (6) $1.75F 56.0 Baby 1620m Donald
2yo+ Mdn Soft(6) July 30. Slowly away, eased near
400m when 1½ len 2nd of 8 (4) $1.95F 58.0 Happy
Seventy 1300m Kembla Grange Mdn Plate Heavy(8)
Dec 15. Looks a capable type. Closed from well back
to fill the minors at short odds here first-up. Fitter.
Looks one of the main chances.
7. FLYING MOJO (A & E Cummings) 3c By Uncle Mo
(US) - Pointed (5:0-0-1): Hampered at start, wide
throughout, hampered near 200m when 5¾ len 7th
of 8 (7) $19.00 57.0 Secret Legend 1550m C’bury 3yo
Mdn Good(3) Nov 16. Took up a midfield position
when 3¾ len 4th of 10 (3) $21.00 57.0 Welsh Legend
1550m C’bury 3yo Mdn Soft(5) Nov 30. Freshened.
Fair effort without threatening at Canterbury last
start. Easier here and open to improvement. Can
figure.
8. FLYING PIERRO (C J Waller) 3g By Pierro - We
Betcha (6:0-0-0): Hampered at start, checked
early stages when 2½ len 6th of 10 (7) $9.00 56.0
Thunder Pace 1400m W Farm 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec
5. Settled handy when 3½ len 5th of 9 (8) $13.00
57.0 Helga 1400m Randwick-Kensington 3yo Mdn
Soft(5) Dec 21. Ran home respectably at RandwickKensington last outing. Decent alley. Could find a
few lengths in this company. Among the dangers.
9. MR COSTIGAN (M C Conners) 3g By Harbour
Watch (IR) - Morosi (7:0-1-0): Blocked for a run near
100m when 5¾ len 9th of 12 (4) $41.00 54.5 Battle
Cry 1200m Gosford 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 6. Hampered near 1200m when ¾ len 2nd of 13 (3) $31.00
55.0 Couru 1300m Goulburn 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec
20. Finished solidly to place at long odds at Goulburn last time out. Could sneak a place at odds.
10. TICKET KEEPER (T R Martin) 3g By Tickets - Dyemadolla (2:0-0-0): Wide throughout when 3¼ len
4th of 9 (7) $9.00 58.0 Transmitter 1000m Kembla
Grange 3yo Mdn Soft(7) Nov 17. Overraced early,
middle stages when 11½ len last of 10 (9) $12.00 57.5
A Fortunate Lass 1100m Hawkesbury Mdn Soft(6)
Dec 16. Failed to make an impression in same class
at Hawkesbury at latest. Not fancied.
11. ACTUARIAL (M, W & J Hawkes) 3f By So You
Think (NZ) - Pentasia (1:0-0-0): Failed to fire 6½ len
8th of 9 (7) $26.00 55.0 Helga 1400m RandwickKensington 3yo Mdn Soft(5) Dec 21. Needs to improve on modest debut performance. Awkwardly
drawn. Not keen.
12. AGE OF WAR (G Portelli) 3f By Snitzel - Lady Zabelia (NZ) (4:0-2-1): On return from break finished
len, 2¼ len 3rd of 10 (6) $18.00 55.0 Charretera, Jazette 1300m Newcastle Mdn Good(4) Dec 2. Handily placed when 4¾ len 2nd of 13 (9) $2.00F 55.5
Positive Peace 1400m Orange Mdn Plate Good(3)
Dec 17. Been competetive. Handy and boxed away
without troubling winner at Orange last start. Strips
fitter third-up. Should be competitive.
13. NIJINSKA (Joseph Pride) 3f By Savabeel - Polish (NZ) (3:0-0-0): Resumed with 3½ len 4th of 12
(8) $16.00 55.0 Battle Cry 1200m Gosford 3yo Mdn
Good(4) Dec 6. Reasonable effort 1¾ len 6th of 13
(1) $5.50 55.0 Couru 1300m Goulburn 3yo Mdn
Good(4) Dec 20. Gave good account at Goulburn
last outing. Fitter for recent racing. Keep in mind.
14. SEAU (Mark Newnham) 3f By Pluck (US) Moporena (1:0-0-0): Found rivals too strong 5¼ len
last of 10 (3) $8.00 54.5 Concave 1400m Kembla
Grange Mdn Hcp Soft(7) Dec 1. Kept ticking over
with sht nk 2nd She’s Sureel 1200m W Farm barrier
trial (Mdn) Soft(5) Dec 27. Freshened. Just battled
home this grade here on debut. Drawn off the track.
Rough chance for minors.
15. HONOUR OF CLARE (Jason Attard) 4g By
Onemorenomore - Great Meadows (1:0-0-0):
Hampered at start when 10 len 7th of 9 (5) $101.00
59.0 Sheriff 1200m Goulburn E&G Mdn Good(4) Dec
20. Debut run well below what’s required. Looking
elsewhere.
32 RACING
TAURANGA (NZ) RACES today
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 7 & 9
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
QUADDIE RACES 6, 7, 8, 9
1 Benchmark 65
• ON SKY RACING 1
TRACK: Dead (5) RAIL: True
4 3yo & up Maiden SW
1300m 10.57
1 s21 SO GLORIOUS 3
2 6s0 BENAUD 5
R T Elliot (a1)
3 441 COME BACK TIGER 9 SCRATCHED
4 0s1 DUDEWITHATTITUDE 4 T D Thornton
5 31 TONADILLAS 1
M Cameron
6 7s6 AERO DE PARIS 6
C E Lammas
7 906 ZAPPEUR 2
S T Collett
8 50s EXCELSIOR ISLAND 10 J Bayliss
9 s49 KAILANI SUNSET 8
S C Spratt
10 979 HELENAOFTROY 7
R S Rusof
TONADILLAS 1, So Glorious 2,
Dudewithattitude 3, Zappeur 4.
2 3yo & up Maiden SW
59
58.5
—
58.5
57.5
57
55.5
55
54.5
54
1600m 11.30
s03 GUILLOCHARM 16
S C Spratt
58.5
s45 FUTURE PATCH 3
J K Riddell
58.5
4s MAV 6
S T Collett
58.5
00s LUCKYISMYNAME 10 Ms B Grylls
58.5
9 MAGNIFY 12
M J Mc Nab
58.5
363 EN SOIE 13
C E Lammas 56.5
s29 SASERELLO 8
R T Elliot (a1) 56.5
788 TINTERO 7
M Cameron
56.5
55 SOCKATASH 14
L H Satherley 56.5
AQUARIUM 5
J Bayliss
56.5
403 MOIRAS TOWN 2
R L Smyth
55
394 GRANDE AMICI 15
SCRATCHED
—
65 NINKASI 4
L G Innes
55
9 SOUTHERN QUEEN 11 R S Rusof
55
EMERGENCIES
15 7s6 SHE DARES 17
SCRATCHED
—
16 687 LIL’ ROKA 9
56.5
17 006 DISPATCHED 1
T D Thornton
57
FUTURE PATCH 1, Moiras Town 2, Magnify 3,
Guillocharm 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
3 Benchmark 65
2100m 12.05
1 516 JIMMY ROCKET 1
D J Danis (a3)
2 631 EXPRESS CALL 3
R T Elliot (a1)
3 674 VENTURA 7
S T Collett
4 5s2 ASCOMANNI 6
T D Thornton
5 s06 ALTERNATIVE FACT 4
6 875 BELOW ZERO 2
R S Rusof
7 007 AUTUMN WIND 5
L H Satherley
8 300 LOTUS LAUD 8
C Dell
EXPRESS CALL 1, Ventura 2, Ascomanni 3,
Jimmy Rocket 4.
59.5
57.5
57.5
56.5
55.5
55.5
55
55
2100m 12.40
1 043 WHEAO 13
J K Riddell
2 086 REX ROYALE 1
L H Satherley
3 s00 IMPECCABLE CHOICE 5 T N Harris
4 780 SURE HE CAN 2
S T Collett
5 637 MONT VENTOUX 12 J Bayliss
6 0s7 INVIGORATE 3
R T Elliot (a1)
7 324 SPECTRA 10
M Cameron
8 493 RUSALKA 8
S C Spratt
9 005 DELLE QUARTZA 7
R S Rusof
10 7s0 PRESS MY BUTTONS 11
11 773 DARE TO COMPARE 4 J J Fawcett (a2)
12 899 GLOBAL DIAMOND 6 T D Thornton
13 908 HUCKLEBERRY HUSSIE 9 C E Lammas
WHEAO 1, Spectra 2, Mont Ventoux 3,
Rex Royale 4.
5 Open
1400m 1.15
1 389 PASSING SHOT 5
T Yanagida (a3)
2 0s9 MATO GROSSO 1
C E Lammas
3 428 CAPRIKOSA 4
M T Coleman
4 s15 CHICANE 7
S C Spratt
5 384 PASABAHCE 6
R T Elliot (a1)
6 201 LE CASTILE 2
M Cameron
7 4s0 MY BROTHERS KEEPER 3 S M Mc Kay
LE CASTILE 1, Passing Shot 2, Caprikosa 3,
Chicane 4.
6 Benchmark 65 1600m 1.50
1 675 EL COOLIO 8
D J Danis (a3)
2 5s7 ZAVAMAR 11
R S Rusof
3 25s SHERIFFS DAUGHTER 7 T D Thornton
4 s64 ARTISTE 3
T Yanagida (a3)
5 420 TRIPLE DIAMOND 9 J K Riddell
6 s02 BET SHE IS 4
S T Collett
7 s05 SO YOU SPARKLE 12
8 875 BELOW ZERO 10
9 18 PETRABELLA 6
L G Innes
10 903 O’SAM 2
S C Spratt
11 600 COURTMASTER 1
C E Lammas
12 s96 MADAM WOO 5
M T Coleman
ARTISTE 1, Below Zero 2, Madam Woo 3,
Petrabella 4.
7 Benchmark 72
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
57
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
55
55
55
60
54.5
54
54
54
54
54
Q1
59
59
58.5
57.5
57.5
57
57
56.5
56
56
56
55.5
1300m 2.25 DD1 Q2
1 0s3 WHO DAT SINGA 2
2 441 VEINE D’OR 9
3 606 FIONESAY 6
J L Waddell
59
S C Spratt
58.5
T Yanagida (a3) 58.5
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: YR
4 s39 RUBY BLOOM 7
J K Riddell
58
5 510 STAND TALL 5
J Bayliss
58
6 1s0 SO WICKED 1
S T Collett
56.5
7 956 SILVER CLOUD 8
R T Elliot (a1)
56
8 507 AILEEN GRACE 4
M Cameron
55.5
9 207 MATUZALEM 3
S M Mc Kay
55
VEINE D’OR 1, Silver Cloud 2, Who Dat Singa 3,
Aileen Grace 4.
8 3yo & up Mdn SW 1400m 3.00
• ON SKY RACING 1 (1-5) &
SKY RACING 2 (6-8)
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
TRACK: Dead (4) RAIL: True
4 3yo Maiden SW
2050m 11.09
1 321 COMMANDING PRINCE 3 J Parkes
59
2 085 MISSY MOO 4
M Singh (a2) 56.5
3 101 ITALIAN LOVER 2
L J Allpress
54
4 178 MARJOLET 5
C W Johnson
54
5 160 TENACIOUS 1
R J Hannam
54
COMMANDING PRINCE 1, Italian Lover 2,
Missy Moo 3, Marjolet 4.
2 Benchmark 72
1000m 11.44
1 319 KING LOUIS 7
M Singh (a2)
2 644 WINDSOR 1
J Parkes
3 573 DIVINE POWER 2
L J Allpress
4 310 MAHIDUN 3
J Kam (a4)
5 s03 CASTANI 6
L T Hemi
6 120 WILD CHILD 5
SCRATCHED
7 380 LINCOLN’S GAL 4
R J Hannam
KING LOUIS 1, Windsor 2, Divine Power 3,
Mahidun 4.
3 Benchmark 65
59
58.5
57.5
56.5
55.5
—
54
1600m 12.19
1 1 THE SEAGULL 3
S O’Malley (a4) 59
2 405 HEINEKEN ROCKS 5 L J Allpress
57.5
3 901 BELLISSIMO 2
D L Turner
57
4 423 EDWARDIAN LADY 7 L T Hemi
57
5 506 ESTEFANIA 4
C L O’Beirne (a3) 56
6 636 TIPPERARY MARY 6 R J Hannam
55.5
7 s07 RUSTY IN MELBOURNE 1 C W Johnson 54.5
EDWARDIAN LADY 1, Heineken Rocks 2,
The Seagull 3, Rusty In Melbourne 4.
1400m 12.54
1 532 SOMEWHERE MAN 1 L J Allpress
57.5
57.5
2 305 THEWAYYOUMADEME 4 R J Hannam
3 046 AFTER YOU 10
C L O’Beirne (a3) 57.5
4 387 GREYSTONE 13
Z W Moki (a2) 57.5
5 5 YEAH RIGHT 3
D L Turner
57.5
6 9 AJAY LINCOLN 12
C W Johnson 57.5
7
WHITEOUT 5
57.5
8 52s SHEZ EKSTRA 2
55.5
9 72 LOUBOUTIN 11
SCRATCHED
—
10 593 FLORAL BELT 6
Timothy Johnson55.5
11
CHICKABERINDA 8 J Parkes
55.5
12 85 HAPPY TAV 7
D G Bradley
55.5
13 s80 VIVA LA PLATINUM 9 M Singh (a2) 55.5
SOMEWHERE MAN 1, Shez Ekstra 2,
Yeah Right 3, Greystone 4.
5 3yo & up Mdn SW 1300m 1.29
Q1
1
GO JAMES 3
L J Allpress
58.5
2
WHITEOUT 8
Z W Moki (a2)
57
3 552 SURVEILLANCE 11
SCRATCHED
—
4 38s LATER ON 12
L T Hemi
56.5
5 36s SHOCKAINE 10
S O’Malley (a4) 56.5
6 468 BEFORE DAWN 7
D A Hirini (a2) 56.5
7 5 ST THERESA 4
C W Johnson 56.5
8 8 FAGIOLO MAJICO 5
J Parkes
56.5
9 90s AUTHENTIC CHARM 9 R J Hannam
56.5
10 7s COLORADO MISS 1
D L Turner
56.5
11
CRISTAL BUBBLE 6
Timothy Johnson56.5
12
MARIETTA LANE 2
M Singh (a2) 56.5
GO JAMES 1, St Theresa 2, Before Dawn 3,
Authentic Charm 4.
6 3yo & up Mdn SW 2050m 2.03 DD1 Q2
1 9s9 DUBLIN DAY 1
2 006 RIGEL 9
3 903 BRUNO KELLY 5
4 36 JAGUARY 12
5 405 HESAGOODBOY 6
6 s50 STUNNING 11
7 442 CAST IN BRONZE 10
8 735 HYPATIA 2
9 304 VENETO 3
J Parkes
L T Hemi
L J Allpress
58.5
58.5
57
57
M Singh (a2)
57
R J Hannam
56.5
C W Johnson 56.5
Z W Moki (a2) 56.5
C L O’Beirne (a3) 56.5
9 3yo & up Mdn SW 1400m 3.35 DD2 Q4
s52 VERSES 17
T Yanagida (a3) 58.5
7s2 PARLIAMENT 12
C E Lammas 58.5
630 UNNAMEABLE 15
T D Thornton 58.5
CHE GUEVARA 11
58.5
s06 HOLY LOCH 1
D J Danis (a3) 58.5
70s ROC ‘N’ GOLD 4
M Hashizume (a4)58.5
4 GRAND AWARD 18
SCRATCHED
—
8s ROCKING ALONG 9
J Bayliss
57
0 ARTIC WARRIOR 7
S T Collett
57
06 GERMANICUS 14
SCRATCHED
—
HUMORESQUE 16
SCRATCHED
—
45 QIJI CRYSTAL 6
R S Rusof
55
06 QWERTY 2
S C Spratt
55
NICOLE ASHLEY 8
M Cameron
55
EMERGENCIES
15 8 BINGWA 13
SCRATCHED
—
16 62s RIPPA EAGLE 3
M J Mc Nab
57
17 92 SHEZATHINKA 5
55
18 354 BIRDIE BLITZ 10
56.5
RIPPA EAGLE 1, Birdie Blitz 2, Verses 3,
Shezathinka 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1 3yo & up Mdn SW 2050m 4.45 EQ1
1 s60 HEZ A WOLF 8
R Hurdle
58
2 844 HIERO 6
Ms J Kah
58
3 s85 KHRUSHCHEV 7
J Toeroek
58
4 079 MANILOW 2
T Pannell
58
5 045 BIG TOP 3
S Fawke
56
6 334 BLUE BALLOONS 9
Ms E Boyd
56
7 226 MEADOWS LASSIE 1 Ms S Logan (a3) 56
8 s89 HAPPY ATOM 4
C Caserta (a) 54.5
9 633 LIBERTY LOVER 5
Ms R Clark (a) 54.5
HIERO 1, Meadows Lassie 2, Liberty Lover 3,
Khrushchev 4.
2 3yo Maiden SW
1350m 5.20 EQ2
1 s8s CHEEKY ATOM 8
Ms R Clark (a) 57.5
2 336 CITY BEATS 4
D Tourneur
57.5
3 5s2 DUNKIRK 7
J Holder
57.5
4 60 GONE TO PRINT 6
R Hurdle
57.5
5 s23 SURREAL IMAGE 1
J Toeroek
57.5
6 9s SWANKYTOFF 10
D Caboche (a) 57.5
Ms A Jordsjo (a1.5) 55.5
7 543 AUTUMN’S BEST 2
8 652 ISSARA 3
J Potter
55.5
9 0 SILVER JEWEL 5
T Pannell
55.5
10
SMALL SCALE 9
Ms J Kah
55.5
DUNKIRK 1, Surreal Image 2, Small Scale 3,
Issara 4.
3 3yo & up Class 1 SW 1600m 5.55 EQ3
1 916 FOX BY ZERPRISE 11 D Tourneur
59
2 978 VIKINGS REWARD 8 C Caserta (a)
59
3 7s1 YUCATAN 3
T Pannell
57.5
4 202 BIG CALL 4
Ms R Clark (a)
57
5 7s3 COBBERS MATE 1
Ms J Kah
57
57
6 9s9 HUNGRY FOR LOVE 10 J Potter
7 0s6 HUSSNING 9
SCRATCHED
—
8 438 JOHN’S LAST SONG 7 S Fawke
57
9 125 TIZA 5
J Holder
57
10 77 PLACE ME RIGHT 2
G Lo (a3)
55.5
11 02 TOMB RAIDER 6
Wesley Cave 55.5
12 605 VOSOTA 12
R Hurdle
55.5
YUCATAN 1, Fox By Zerprise 2, Tiza 3, Big Call 4.
4 3yo & up Mdn SW 1200m 6.30 EQ4 Q1
1 09s ECLAIR FLAME 8
G Lo (a3)
58
2 6s5 NIC’S SECRET 6
Ms E Boyd
58
3 552 SANDHILL GALAXY 2 Ms K Bishop
58
4
STRYKE IN STYLE 9 T Pannell
56.5
5 647 COVER GIRL 1
J Holder
56
6 7s8 ELECTRUM 5
Ms A Jordsjo (a1.5) 56
7 5s2 STREETCAR EXPRESS 11 J Toeroek
56
8
FUNCKIA 3
Ms J Kah
54.5
9 25s LUNCH MONEY 7
W Lau (a3)
54.5
10 337 PAM’S JOURNEY 10 Ms R Clark (a) 54.5
11 5 THE PUBLIKIN 4
D Tourneur
54.5
ECLAIR FLAME 1, Streetcar Express 2,
Funckia 3, Lunch Money 4.
5 4yo & up Class 2 1200m 7.00 DD1 Q2
1 491 BIANCAPTAIN 1
2 341 PANZER PRINCESS 5
3 732 HILUMIERE 8
W Lau (a3)
59
Ms A Jordsjo (a1.5) 56
Ms K Bishop 54.5
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: LR
10 7 CASINO EL JAY 8
D A Hirini (a2) 56.5
11 0s9 TOUT SUR MOI 4
D L Turner
56.5
12 80 MAIDSTONE PARK 7 SCRATCHED
—
STUNNING 1, Cast In Bronze 2, Bruno Kelly 3,
Jaguary 4.
7 3yo & up Mdn SW 1000m 2.38
Q3
1 s28 ROCCO BELLO 11
SCRATCHED
—
2 46s TREADSTONE 10
C L O’Beirne (a3) 58.5
3 95s WALLACEVILLE 8
S O’Malley (a4) 58.5
4
COUNT CONTI 7
R J Hannam
57
5
TIMES TICKING 4
J Parkes
57
6 s54 MAGIC INCANTO 3
C W Johnson 56.5
7 74 TENNESSEE ROSE 6 M Singh (a2) 56.5
8
ALPHA KILO 12
SCRATCHED
—
9
CHANCEUX 1
D G Bradley
56.5
10 7s IF ONLY I KNEW 9
SCRATCHED
—
11 s07 THATZ DAISY 5
Z W Moki (a2) 56.5
12
BELLA 2
L J Allpress
55
13 7s9 FINE LEG 13
SCRATCHED
—
COUNT CONTI 1, Bella 2, Treadstone 3,
Tennessee Rose 4.
8 3yo & up Mdn SW 1600m 3.13 DD2 Q4
836 WAR HERO 3
D G Bradley
58.5
940 PERAZZO 16
C L O’Beirne (a3) 58.5
Timothy Johnson58.5
s94 HEINEKEN HANK 2
66s TIRO 12
58.5
7s PUZZLAR 6
M Singh (a2) 58.5
ROCKABYE 11
S O’Malley (a4) 58.5
57
032 TOP OFTHE STRAIGHT 8 C W Johnson
096 DON’T KNOW JAKK 1
57
s22 MISS FREELOVE 14
SCRATCHED
—
32s PHILOSOPHICAL 13 SCRATCHED
—
93 RELDA 7
Z W Moki (a2) 56.5
6s3 SINCERITY 4
D L Turner
56.5
0 BAND 5
L J Allpress
56.5
8 GOTTASECRET 9
L T Hemi
56.5
EMERGENCIES
15 0 PICCOLO TORO 15
58.5
16 076 HOT PINS 10
R J Hannam
55
TOP OFTHE STRAIGHT 1, Relda 2, War Hero 3,
Perazzo 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
STRATHALBYN RACES tonight
• ON SKY RACING 1
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5, 6, 7
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: True
Q3
244 RUNNING MAN 13
S T Collett
58.5
5 KIWI ACE 6
J L Waddell
58.5
90s COBBLER JIM 15
SCRATCHED
—
88 VEDO ROSSO 2
S C Spratt
58.5
44 RATHVILLY 1
L G Innes
57
ONLY THE BRAVE 16 SCRATCHED
—
706 BLUSHING HEIGHTS 14 T Yanagida (a3) 56.5
3 NASHA RIVA 7
T D Thornton
55
48 WESTERN GIRL 17
55
MAGDALA 3
M T Coleman
55
JUNE ROSE 4
C E Lammas
55
KAYTURE 11
M J Mc Nab
55
ORATIA 10
M Cameron
55
00 THOUSAND STARS 8 SCRATCHED
—
EMERGENCIES
15 8 BINGWA 5
R S Rusof
55
16 62s RIPPA EAGLE 12
SCRATCHED
—
17 92 SHEZATHINKA 18
SCRATCHED
—
18 354 BIRDIE BLITZ 9
L H Satherley 56.5
RATHVILLY 1, Birdie Blitz 2, Running Man 3,
Nasha Riva 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
TAUHERENIKAU (NZ) RACES today
1 Benchmark 82
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
WATCH ALL SKY RACING LIVE ON THE TAB APP. GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY.
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: AR
4 s47 FAY’S JOY 4
Ms S Logan (a3)
5 0s6 MYOPIC 7
D Caboche (a)
6 2s9 VOD 3
C Caserta (a)
7 532 GET IN THE BOWL 2
J Potter
8 820 ARTISTIC ESCAPE 6 D Tourneur
PANZER PRINCESS 1, Hilumiere 2,
Biancaptain 3, Get In The Bowl 4.
6 Benchmark 60 2050m 7.30
1 009 ANTIPAS 2
Ms J Kah
2 673 FANTASTIC MAGIC 10 D Tourneur
3 034 HAKERAK 7
J Holder
4 330 AUTMED 3
J Maund
5 313 ALL WELL 1
Ms S Logan (a3)
6 256 DELLACQUA 8
J Toeroek
7 031 AALI MIA 6
Ms R Clark (a)
8 248 FREE THE WIND 4
Ms E Boyd
9 250 SWEET KAISER 9
A K Chan (a)
10 365 CASIRAGHI 5
J Potter
ALL WELL 1, Aali Mia 2, Dellacqua 3,
Fantastic Magic 4.
7 Benchmark 56
54
54
54
54
54
DOOMBEN RACES today
RACE 1 Canadian Club Plate
1
3 DEVILS MARBLES 2
B Nothdurft (a3)
57
2
DUANE 6
Ron Stewart
57
3
EMOTIVE MOUNTAIN 7 R Fradd
57
4
KENNEDY TERRACE 3
B Stewart
57
5
MAGIC TRICK 12
SCRATCHED
57
6
6 MOSSHIKI 1
SCRATCHED
57
7
SHANAHAN 9
J Lloyd
57
8
SAY SEVENA 8
J Orman
55
9
STARRY BEAUTY 10
J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 55
10
VIENNA SPIRIT 5
M Cahill
55
11
7 WOOLSEY 4
M Murphy (a2)
55
12
2 WRITTEN WITH EASE 11 SCRATCHED
55
SAY SEVENA 1, Woolsey 2, Vienna Spirit 3, Devils Marbles 4.
59.5
59
59
58
57.5
56.5
54
54
54
54
1350m 8.00 DD2 Q4
1 s44 OUTINTHESTREET 10 S Cahill
61
2 651 DE JORVIK 2
T Pannell
59.5
3 806 KARADOC KID 6
J Holder
58.5
4 8s7 EUREKA SKY 7
C Caserta (a)
58
5 s82 FROSTY GREY 4
Ms J Kah
58
6 043 STAGHORN 5
J Toeroek
57
7 870 RED DAZZLE 9
SCRATCHED
—
8 733 VEIN CHOICE 3
Ms K Bishop 55.5
9 265 SPIRITED MATCH 1
W Lau (a3)
55
10 558 SWIFT JET 8
D Tourneur
54
FROSTY GREY 1, Staghorn 2, Spirited Match 3,
Eureka Sky 4.
$7.00
23.00
10.00
*3.20
—
—
4.80
23.00
23.00
4.80
6.00
—
RACE 2 Girls Day Out Raceday 1350m 2.42 EQ2
$25,000. Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
1
52 HEAVENLY JOURNEY 5 M Mc Gillivray
57.5
2
63 BRAHMA ARMOUR 6
M Cahill
56
3 7s42 LOLA’S DIAMOND 9
J Orman
55.5
4 0s2 LOTUS LEAF b 2
J Lloyd
55.5
5 234s TAVISFACTION 8
R Fradd
55.5
6 08 BEYONCNEIGH 1
J Byrne
54
7 s043 BUB’S GOLD 4
J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 54
8 4222 JOYMAKER 7
M R Du Plessis
54
9 04s2 MYSTIC BROOK 3
L V Cassidy
54
MYSTIC BROOK 1, Joymaker 2, Lola’s Diamond 3, Lotus Leaf 4.
RACE 3 BRC Memberships
15.00
19.00
7.00
*2.90
4.40
51.00
34.00
3.70
8.50
1110m 3.17 EQ3
$30,000. C,H&Gs Class 3 SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 65s1 CONNOISSEUR cw 1
2 4043 DUBAWI SNIPER dw 6 M R Du Plessis
3 4s1s KID FLASH td 4
J Lloyd
4 00s4 TROMMELSCHLAGEN tw 5 SCRATCHED
5 1932 WINDS OF CHANGE db 3 L Tilley
6 115s GET STUCK IN w 7
B Stewart
7 7343 KNOCK TOFF d 2
C Bayliss (a3)
CONNOISSEUR 1, Kid Flash 2, Get Stuck In 3, Knock Toff 4.
RACE 4 Doreen Bird Plate
59
4.20
59 34.00
59
*2.15
59
—
59
7.00
57.5 6.50
57.5 5.00
1110m 3.52 EQ4
$30,000. F&M Class 3 SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 1762 AS IT LIES dwbn 6
J Taylor
2 14s1 HELFUCHI d 7
J Byrne
3 2926 LIPS ‘N HIPS cwn 9
SCRATCHED
4 L243 SOLO MELODY w 3
B Nothdurft (a3)
5 5s26 TAPA w 8
SCRATCHED
6 196s DON’T STUTTER w 12
7 0s68 ELLA DIVINE 13
8 431s GOODONYA SONJA tw 10 M Murphy (a2)
9 073s LEGAL GIRL 1
J Lloyd
10 4s11 SHE’S SPICY cd 4
R Fradd
11 s103 WINTER PASSAGE dwb 5 M Mc Gillivray
12 7s48 ZOOM BY d 11
Ron Stewart
13 s214 MAYBE MARKLE cwb 2 SCRATCHED
GOODONYA SONJA 1, As It Lies 2, Helfuchi , She’s Spicy 4.
59
59
59
59
59
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
56
56
54.5
• ON SKY RACING 1 & SKY THOROUGHBRED CENTRAL
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: Out 3m
RACE 5 TAB Handicap
3.60
7.00
—
23.00
—
26.00
81.00
5.00
5.50
*3.40
14.00
21.00
—
RACE 6 www.brc.com.au
1 2yo & up Maiden SW
1000m 3.35
1300m 4.14 EQ1
1 323 LUKE’S CHOICE 3
J Whiting
57
2 2 COMING AROUND 5 S Parnham
57
3 4 DAFOX 7
C Johnston-Porter 57
4 8s HE’S A LOUQA 6
P Knuckey
57
5 80 JADOTVILLE 10
R Tan
57
6
STRONG HEART 1
W Pike
57
7 9s3 VENA SCHNITZEL 2
J Azzopardi
55
8 429 POINT TAKEN 8
J Brown
55
9 473 LOOKS LIKE MAGIC 9 Ms R Forrest
55
10 s43 DANCE WEST 4
S O’Donnell
55
11 88 WHAT’S AN OUQBA 12 S Mc Gruddy
55
12
CIAO VITA 11
B Paterson
55
LUKE’S CHOICE 1, Dafox 2, Coming Around 3,
Point Taken 4.
3 2yo & up Mdn SW 1600m 4.49 EQ2
1 323 BOMBARDMENT 4
S Parnham
58
2 8s8 CAN HE HUSSEL 3
S O’Donnell
58
3 52 DEIMOS 11
A Kennedy
58
58
4 548 BLACKHILL EXPRESS 10 D Staeck
5 5s6 STAY CLASSY 8
C Johnston-Porter 58
Ms J Mc Naught (a3)58
6 69 WEE RIPPER 6
7 s60 HEROIC WORDS 9
P Knuckey
56.5
8 687 FAIRTORE 5
Ms P Edwards 56
56
9 979 UNDER THE SOMBRERO 2 J Azzopardi
10 7s0 METEORISE 7
J Whiting
56
11 5 AMILLIONITE 1
W Pike
54.5
BOMBARDMENT 1, Deimos 2, Can He Hussel 3,
Amillionite 4.
4 3yo & up Class 5
1 s646 CHAVO dwn 2
SCRATCHED
2 7205 NOBLE TRUTH w 9
SCRATCHED
3 17s3 TEN TAUBADA’S w 7
J Byrne
4 0233 CABEIRIAN cb 3
R Wiggins
5 1s21 AL MAGICO 4
R Fradd
6 90s4 MEYIWA HITAM MAWAR w 6 M Mc Gillivray
7 1174 SAY I CEE YOU wb 8
D Smith
8 4202 VIKING RAID 10
SCRATCHED
9 2s29 LE BEAU RENARD 5
B Nothdurft (a3)
10 s324 PERFECT AIM w 1
J Lloyd
11 5444 LAYLA’S LAD w 12
L Tarrant
12 s888 FUSI FOX d 11
Ms H Poland
PERFECT AIM 1, Say I Cee You 2, Meyiwa Hitam Mawar 3,
Le Beau Renard 4.
RACE 7 Hamilton Hotel
59
—
58.5
—
58.5 15.00
58 *3.50
57.5 4.80
56.5 14.00
56.5 6.50
56.5
—
56
4.80
55.5 4.20
54.5 34.00
54 101.00
1615m 5.40
1 0s60 SLYDINI dw 10
J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 60
2 2694 FUTURE EVENT w 11
R Plumb
59
3 8245 CONSTANTINE cw 8
SCRATCHED
58.5
4 7051 LE JUGE c 13
R Fradd
58.5
5 54s1 ART ATTACK dw 4
C Bayliss (a3)
58
6 1492 BOOM BOOM EPIC 1
57
7 35s2 I WANNA BE A JEEP 5
SCRATCHED
57
8 5512 PLEASED cdwb 3
J Byrne
56.5
9 54s6 PINCH PASSION d 6
D Smith
56
10 4312 SNUGGLE POT b 7
56
11 1s63 PARK CHINOIS dw 9
55.5
12 2s19 HIDDEN BUDGET dw 2 M R Du Plessis
54
13 5462 ARAZONA d 12
Ron Stewart
54
BOOM BOOM EPIC 1, Pinch Passion 2, Le Juge 3, Art Attack 4.
Q3
1615m 6.20 DD2 Q4
1 2543 CAPEOS dwn 11
D Smith
59
J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 59
2 s753 EPIC RANT cw 9
3 s113 IRON DOME 10
S Galloway
59
4 2126 KATHMANDU wb 1
J Byrne
59
5 s151 NAKED dw 4
C Bayliss (a3)
59
Justin P Stanley
59
6 3199 TOGA PICTA 5
7 2312 CONSULAR 7
T Marshall
57.5
8 4361 ODDFELLOW 3
57.5
9 0260 OMINECA d 8
L V Cassidy
57.5
10 6303 PANALLEY dw 6
M Murphy (a2)
57.5
11 3221 THE CANDY MAN cw 12 M Cahill
57.5
12 3022 THE LAUNCHER b 2
B Nothdurft (a3)
57.5
13 s683 YAMAZAKI 13
54
IRON DOME 1, The Candy Man 2, Kathmandu 3, Epic Rant 4.
1600m 5.24 EQ3
5 2yo & up Mdn SW 1200m 6.02 EQ4
1 964 MUMSTHEONE 3
J Azzopardi
58
2 296 JUST TOO HOT 6
J Noske
58
3 5 LATITUDE HILL 11
G Smith
58
4 86 RULE FOR GOLD 2
R Hill
56.5
5
RONAN EMPIRE 5
C Johnston-Porter 56.5
6 90s METALLIC QUEEN 4 P Carbery
56
7 0s3 PICASSO BAY 9
P Knuckey
56
8 08s MISS BIZZI 1
Ms L Staples
56
9 8s PASSIONNE 12
S Parnham
56
10 366 REGAL MAGIC 10
W Pike
54.5
11
MINIKA 7
S Mc Gruddy 54.5
12
PEARLS FROM HEAVEN 8 J Turner
54.5
LATITUDE HILL 1, Mumstheone 2,
Regal Magic 3, Just Too Hot 4.
6 2yo & up Mdn SW 1200m 6.40
Q1
1 3s0 ACERMETRIC 12
S O’Donnell
58
2 3 BEYOND THE DARK 10 C Parnham
58
3 70s THE HONEYMAN 1
D Staeck
58
4
ALFRED’S KITCHEN 2 SCRATCHED
—
5 0 APACHE CHIEF 9
SCRATCHED
—
6
KNIGHT TEMPEST 13 Ms J Noske
58
7 35s NICKLAUS 6
M Pateman
56.5
8 555 AY TEE EMM 4
T Turner
56.5
9 603 MIRISISTIBLE 8
Ms S Altieri
56
10 5 TRADE TOWER 5
J Azzopardi
56
11 68s DIVINE QUEST 11
J Turner
54.5
12
LAYLO 3
C Johnston-Porter54.5
13
VINACEOUS 7
W Pike
54.5
BEYOND THE DARK 1, Acermetric 2,
Knight Tempest 3, The Honeyman 4.
7 3yo & up Class 1 1200m 7.20 DD1 Q2
212 TEXAS MOON 7
s16 VITAL BLAST 8
856 CLEVER DICK 18
5s5 THE REAL SEPOY 16
217 REACTION 15
23.00
15.00
—
*3.70
5.50
5.50
—
10.00
6.50
41.00
7.50
21.00
12.00
$30,000. Class 2 SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 158 MAGICAL CHARM 1
W Pike
58
2 542 KIA ORA STAR 3
C Parnham
57.5
3 641 TIME TO HUNT 8
J Noske
57.5
4 222 HIGH TEA 2
Ms M Clark (a2) 54
5 977 LAW MAJOR 4
C Staples
54
6 s40 LITTLE MISS MAK 7 S O’Donnell
54
7 845 PURE TORQUE 6
S Parnham
54
8 978 WING COMMANDER 5 P Carbery
54
MAGICAL CHARM 1, High Tea 2,
Time To Hunt 3, Kia Ora Star 4.
1
2
3
4
5
1350m 5.02 DD1 Q2
$30,000. C,H&Gs Class 2. Apprentices can claim.
PINJARRA RACES twilight
1 000 DONT LET THOMMO GO 7 Ms E Stent (a2)
58
2 s34 PLANET FEVER 1
P Harvey
58
3 50s BACHELOR BOY 9
Ms P Edwards 58
4 632 FRIAR’S CLASSIC 6
C Parnham
56
5 s32 IN THE MOSH PIT 3
S O’Donnell
56
6 0s8 FAMOUS ROMANCE 2 C Staples
56
7 23s JEDAFFAIR 5
W Pike
54.5
8 562 SIMONELLY 10
Ms J Noske
54.5
9 952 RETURN 4
N Rudland
54.5
10 5 SHESAPOCKET ROCKET 8 J Whiting
54.5
FRIAR’S CLASSIC 1, In The Mosh Pit 2,
Planet Fever 3, Jedaffair 4.
Q1
1 6s74 CRYSTAL AMOR cw 10 Ms T Harrison
59
4.60
2 2222 MISS BENETEAU 9
Ron Stewart
57
6.50
3 5537 BALLET BABY b 7
R Fradd
55.5 *3.00
4 s130 BE MY STAR w 1
L R Dittman
55.5 6.00
5 75s5 PORTUGUESE TART t 2 S Galloway
55 34.00
6 1645 GYPSY’S TIP b 11
54.5 23.00
7 1s55 SATYRICON dw 5
M Mc Gillivray
54.5 23.00
8 s251 ONE FOR BETTY 4
J Byrne
54
5.00
9 s812 LADY RINGO 6
J Lloyd
54 16.00
10 s387 VERILY wn 8
L V Cassidy
54 101.00
11 3208 KENDALL’S DREAM w 3 Ms B Ainsworth
54 51.00
CRYSTAL AMOR 1, One For Betty 2, Miss Beneteau 3, Be My Star 4.
RACE 8 Kirin Plate
RACE 1: (5) Magic Trick blinkers on first time; (8) Say
Sevena winkers on first time
RACE 2: (5) Tavisfaction blinkers off first time; (8)
Joymaker tongue-tie on first time
RACE 5: (4) Be My Star blinkers off first time; (5) Portuguese Tart lugging bit on first time, tongue-control
bit off first time, tongue-tie on first time
RACE 6: (4) Cabeirian blinkers on first time; (8) Viking
Raid blinkers off first time, tongue-tie on first time
RACE 7: (2) Future Event hind bandages on first time;
(6) Boom Boom Epic blinkers on again
RACE 8: (11) The Candy Man blinkers off first time; (13)
Yamazaki blinkers on first time, winkers off first time
• ON SKY RACING 1
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 7 & 9
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 2, 3, 4, 5
QUADDIE RACES 6, 7, 8, 9
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: Out 5m
1350m 4.27
$30,000. F&M Class 2. Apprentices can claim.
$30,000. Benchmark 75. Apprentices can claim.
GEAR CHANGES
2 3yo Maiden SW
Q3
1050m 2.07 EQ1
$25,000. 2yo Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
Tips by Greg Spletter
TAB CODE: BR
D Staeck
59.5
S O’Donnell
59
P Knuckey
58.5
C Johnston-Porter 58.5
J Whiting
58
13.00
11.00
*3.50
7.50
5.50
26.00
19.00
34.00
7.50
101.00
5.50
13.00
9.00
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: WR
9s1 NEMIROFF 13
Ms T Stone (a1.5) 57.5
762 WATTO’S FURY 3
Ms E Stent (a2) 57.5
464 CARRANYA LASS 14 T Turner
57
s34 METALLIC BELLE 17 S Mc Gruddy
57
7s9 PASADONNA 4
Ms L Warwick 56.5
521 STORMY RULER 10
C Parnham
56.5
70s UNENDING 2
J Turner
56
14 ADMIRATION STREET 12 Ms K Witten (a1.5)55.5
s64 VINTAGE STOCK 9
P Carbery
55.5
EMERGENCIES
15 78s BURNING MAGIC 1
W Pike
55.5
16 s55 VIGNETO 5
R Hill
56.5
17 440 RED MOON 11
J Azzopardi
55.5
54
18 907 FASHION FORWARD 6
VITAL BLAST 1, The Real Sepoy 2,
Stormy Ruler 3, Admiration Street 4.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
8 3yo & up Class 3 1000m 7.50
1 0s1 UNIVERSAL WARRIOR 2 C Parnham
2 262 ARAFURA 9
T Turner
3 1s2 GLASGOW GIRL 4
P Harvey
4 30s RAISE A SMILE 10
W Pike
5 0s1 SHE’S VITAL 8
Ms J Noske
6 40s COLOURFUL CHARADE 11 S O’Donnell
7 63s DELANEY 3
Ms L Warwick
8 430 SLIK SAM 1
D Staeck
9 3s4 CRYPTIC LOVE 7
J Azzopardi
10 784 SCARLET’S WEB 6
Ms S Altieri
11 955 LOOKING ON 5
Ms M Clark (a2)
GLASGOW GIRL 1, Raise A Smile 2,
Universal Warrior 3, Arafura 4.
Q3
59
58.5
58.5
58
58
57.5
57
56.5
55
55
54.5
9 3yo & up Class 3 1413m 8.30 DD2 Q4
812 STRATOCREED 6
Ms J Mc Naught (a3) 60
29s DICKOLETTO 9
J Noske
59
s90 MEN OF MUKINBUDIN 5 A Kennedy
58
940 LOOKING GREAT 2
M Pateman
57.5
19s SOULSANA 12
P Harvey
57
68s LAUFEY 13
J Kokotajlo
56.5
418 PIXATED 7
T Turner
56.5
s57 RETOSONA 11
P Carbery
56.5
9s2 WANTED DESIRE 16 J Azzopardi
56.5
321 FAIRTRUSIVE 3
C Johnston-Porter 56
128 ARNIE’S BOY 10
C Staples
54.5
585 BURNING PRIDE 8
W Pike
54.5
657 COOL DYNAMITE 14 Ms E Stent (a2) 54.5
34s ECHOES IN TIME 4
S Mc Gruddy
54
EMERGENCIES
15 007 HAPPY LANE 1
S O’Donnell
54
16 008 VONCONI 15
54
FAIRTRUSIVE 1, Arnie’s Boy 2, Stratocreed 3,
Dickoletto 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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TELE01Z01MA - V1
DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 2019
BATHURST HARNESS
Western
district
region
leads way
MICHAEL DUMESNEY
HARNESS RACING
OVER the past three weeks, the
western district region of New
South Wales has proven yet
again that it leads the way with
horse population.
In the nineteen days up until tonight, there have been no
less than eight race meetings
at Bathurst, Parkes and Dubbo
where 67 races have been programmed.
Obviously, the highlight of
those races was the Shirley
Turnbull Memorial won by Our
Triple Play for Brad Hewitt.
More recently, the dominance
of champion reinsman Amanda
Turnbull at Parkes over the New
Year meetings was astonishing.
From ten drives at Parkes,
Amanda bagged six winners,
two seconds and a third.
That was close on the back of
her winning double at Melton
on Interdominion night.
And the next week is almost as busy, particularly for
the Bathurst trainers as racing
returns to their home track tonight and continues next Monday when a penalty free meeting
will be conducted.
That meeting leads into one of
the best meetings in the west, the
Elvis Festival fixture at Parkes on
January 9 which attracts one of
the biggest crowds seen in country New South Wales.
But punters can turn their
attention to what is a very well
balanced eight race program at
Bathurst tonight where there is
a mixture of short priced favourites and others at value.
Local trainer Peter TrevorJones appears likely to kick the
night off with a bang as he will
saddle up the most fancied runners in the first two races.
Trevor-Jones is a big wrap
for young Sydney reinsman,
Cameron Hart and the pair will
combine with Volaticus in the
opening race.
The six-year-old gelding was
impressive in winning on December 19 when he worked forward to sit in the death before
putting paid to his rivals 500
metres from home and racing
clear for the easiest of wins.
He then came out and ran
fourth in a strong race on Boxing night where the winner,
Bronski Belle rated a fast 1.54.4.
Tonight Volaticus has to contend with a wide barrier seven
draw but on paper he is the class
runner.
Trevor-Jones and Hart have
inform mare Im All Courage
contesting the Get Well Soon
Belly Pace (1730m).
She will be chasing a hattrick
of wins following impressive
performances during December.
From barrier three tonight,
Hart should be able to find a
prominent spot and Im All Courage should be hard to hold out.
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
RACE 1 Stu Valentine 4 Bloodstock Ins
Tonight
2.
3.
1730m 5.43 EQ1
4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5.
67652
67352
70s37
1s727
89028
45236
27s14
97s32
6s600
6.
7.
IF HES LUCKY
GUNNA CULLECT
BILLS MATE
LIFES A JUNGLE
DINOSAURUS REX
HARLEY JAMES
VOLATICUS
ARMA AUGUSTUS
OVERPOWERING
8.
RACE 5 Get Well Soon Terry Pace
J D Betts (C)
HC M Owen
HN S Xuereb
D P Hewitt
A L Winnell
M P Rue
HC M Hart
W H Rixon (C)
N P Hurst
Dec 21 then finished 23.5m 7th $34 (Fr3)
Bronski Belle Bathurst 1730m (1:54.4) C1
race Dec 26. A slight hiccup last start but
not hopeless on sound second two back;
should be very competitive. 2. GUNNA
CULLECT safely held when 5.2m 5th
1.
9.
Fr $101.00
Fr 10.00
Fr 34.00
Fr
5.00
Fr 101.00
Fr 101.00
Fr
*1.75
Fr
3.75
Fr 101.00
$11 (Sr1) Schouten Island Parkes 2040m
(2:01.0) C2-C3 race Dec 16 then raced
wide early when 0.5m 2nd $9.00 (Fr4) Kiss
Cam Young 1720m (1:56.8) C2 race Dec 21.
Sound run last start when second in Young
over 1720m; genuine winning chance.
VOLATICUS 1, Arma Augustus 2, Lifes A Jungle 3, Gunna Cullect 4.
RACE 2 Get Well Soon Belly Pace
1730m 6.09 EQ2
C2 Only RBD Mobile $6890
2.
TAB CODE: SH
Daily Double: Races 5 & 7
Early Quaddie: Races 1, 2, 3, 4
Quaddie: Races 5, 6, 7, 8
Big6: Races 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
First4: All Races
1730m 7.42 DD1 Q1
C6 Or Better PBD Mobile $6890
7. VOLATICUS convincing winner $20
(Fr6) defeating Life Lavros NZ 8.5m Bathurst 2260m (1:57.9) C1 race Dec 19 then
raced wide early when 14.7m 4th $13 (Fr5)
Bronski Belle Bathurst 1730m (1:54.4) C1
race Dec 26. First-up winner two back
over 2260m here, can show early speed;
watch for bold run. 8. ARMA AUGUSTUS eased early when 10.2m 3rd $72 (Fr7)
Reverse Psychology NZ Bathurst 1730m
(1:55.5) C0-C1 race Dec 15 then beaten 13m
2nd $19 (Fr4) Better Be Donna NZ Parkes
2040m (1:58.7) C1-C2 race Dec 28. Rates
well here on solid second last start; each
way threat. 4. LIFES A JUNGLE handy
effort when 10m 2nd $21 (Sr2) Tintin Naturally NZ Young 2100m (1:59.6) C0-C1 race
1.
NSW TAB GUIDE
O/D DENOTES HORSE EXCLUDED FROM
BARRIER DRAW *DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION
APPLIES. FRONT: MOBILE (8) STAND (8)
TIPS BY iFORM
ON SKY RACING 1
C1 Only RBD Mobile $6890
1.
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4.
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1. BETTORS POCKET (K L McDowell) 7
Gelding By Bettors Delight USA - Pocketfullofposies NZ $79,591 (62:8-6-11):
Checked and broke when 23m 10th $7.60
(Fr2) Ballymore Boy NZ Menangle 1609m
(1:54.0) M0 race Aug 4. Resuming here,
place chance here on useful first-up form
and drawn perfectly; contender if right.
2. HEZA BROMAC (A J Turnbull) 6 Gelding By Rob Roy Mattgregor USA - Halo
Bromac NZ $66,778 (26:9-5-3): Finished
14.7m 7th $2.50 (Fr5) Fouroeight Bathurst
1730m (1:56.1) C4-C7 race Dec 19. Capable
type and a winner here this prep, drawn
well; solid claims at best.
3. SABRAGE (A S Turnbull) 6 Gelding By
Mach Three Ca - Motoring Clare NZ $67,105
(82:12-7-9): Beaten 0.2m 2nd $17 (Fr3) Saloon Passage NZ Bathurst 1730m (1:54.9) C5+
race Dec 26. Stays under notice for multiples.
4. FOUROEIGHT (G C Rue) 6 Gelding By
4.
8830s
16547
59182
46s15
64857
61954
49921
5.
BETTORS POCKET
HEZA BROMAC
SABRAGE
FOUROEIGHT
IZZY WATT
BLACKBIRD POWER
FAT PROPHET
C A McDowell
A J Turnbull
M B Turnbull (C)
M P Rue
T M Pay (C)
J C Brown
K A Turner
Rock N Roll Heaven USA - Platinum Sign
$119,995 (30:11-5-6): Raced well when
3.5m 5th $9.00 (Fr1) Our Triple Play NZ Bathurst 2790m the GROUP2 Shirley Turnbull
Mem (grp2) Dec 26. Assess on the first-up
win two starts back over the track and trip;
hard to beat here.
5. IZZY WATT (G C Rue) 8 Gelding By Art
Major USA - Platinum Sign $106,074 (86:1610-16): Beaten 10.7m 7th $16 (Fr5) Saloon
Passage NZ Bathurst 1730m (1:54.9) C5+ race
Dec 26. Place chance here.
6. BLACKBIRD POWER (G P Kelly) 6
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
5.00
*2.25
34.00
*2.25
41.00
21.00
41.00
Gelding By Mach Three Ca - Power Player
NZ $138,828 (88:18-10-11): Handy effort
when 9.5m 4th $12 (Sr1) Left Tennant
Goulburn 2240m (1:57.9) C5+ race Dec 30.
A past winner from this draw and can figure again; ignore last run, each way.
7. FAT PROPHET (K A Turner) 10 Gelding By American Ideal USA - Andaman NZ
$139,233 (113:22-7-16): Was a handy winner $4.20 (Fr3) over Guys Bettor Bet 3m
Menangle 1609m (1:52.8) claiming race
Dec 18. Has won and placed in last two
starts; genuine contender.
FOUROEIGHT 1, Heza Bromac 2, Bettors Pocket 3, Blackbird Power 4.
RACE 6 Oberon Night 18 January
9.
7.
6.
1730m 8.12
Q2
Mares C1 To C2 RBD Mobile $6890
1.
3. IM ALL COURAGE scored handily over
Sams Express 1.5m $3.10 (Fr4) Bathurst
1730m (1:55.9) C1 race Dec 19 then caught
the eye defeating Carramar Times Up 5m
$3.80 (Fr8) Bathurst 1730m (1:54.7) C1-C2
race Dec 26. Racing well winning two of
last three starts and placed at the other;
conditions favour and fancied. 8. SHANOCON raced wide early when 19m 5th $3.50
(Fr4) Stitched Up Goulburn 2240m (1:58.7)
C2-C3 race Dec 10 then raced roughly
when 3m 2nd $7.00 (Fr6) New York Rain
NZ Menangle 1609m (1:52.9) C0-C2 race
Dec 18. Good run last start when second
in similar class; prefer as each wayer.
7. SAMS EXPRESS raced wide early when
1.5m 2nd $1.50 (Fr5) Im All Courage Ba-
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4
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9
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FANTASY LEVEL
PUNTERS DELIGHT
IM ALL COURAGE
TAYLOR HOOD
LIMBO LARRY
ABERCROMBIE TAB
SAMS EXPRESS
SHANOCON
BIG HEART
HM B Turnbull
HN S Xuereb
C M Hart (C)
HC M Owen
HJ D Betts
W H Rixon (C)
J T O’Shea
C A McDowell
A J Turnbull
thurst 1730m (1:55.9) C1 race Dec 19 then
out of position at the start when 20.5m 6th
$8.00 (Sr3) Bronski Belle Bathurst 1730m
(1:54.4) C1 race Dec 26. Is a winner at this
track and will be suited by the distance; big
threat in this race. 9. BIG HEART eased
Fr 21.00
Fr 26.00
Fr *2.25
Fr 26.00
Fr 41.00
Fr 101.00
Fr
4.00
Fr
3.50
Fr 15.00
early when 27m 9th $41 (Fr6) Coolie Kid
NZ Bathurst 1730m (1:54.5) C2 race Dec
15 then finished 15.5m 4th $26 (Sr4) Tintin
Naturally NZ Parkes 2040m (1:56.3) C1-C2
race Dec 28. Not too bad last start; chance
on best.
IM ALL COURAGE 1, Shanocon 2, Sams Express 3, Big Heart 4.
RACE 3 Hrnsw Guaranteed Pace
1730m 6.44 EQ3
3yo Fillies 3C0 To 3C1 PBD Mobile $6890
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2.
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1. SHES THE OTHER ONE (P J Bonham) 7
Mare By Village Jasper USA - Shestheonlyone
$35,970 (134:4-5-8): Beaten 35m 12th $101
(Fr2) Im All Courage Bathurst 1730m (1:54.7)
C1-C2 race Dec 26. Solid each way hope.
2. LUCKY NUTTER (W J Turnbull) 5 Mare
By Ifihadyourluck USA - Panpari $18,225
(24:3-3-4): Eased early when 15m 5th $31
(Fr7) Im All Courage Bathurst 1730m (1:54.7)
C1-C2 race Dec 26. Placed at two from last
three runs and proven over the track and
trip; look for a bold run in this race.
3. COFFEE BAY (R A Clancy) 7 Mare By
Live Or Die USA - Unspoiled $22,630 (95:22-8): Eased early when 27.5m 8th $151 (Fr7)
Bronski Belle Bathurst 1730m (1:54.4) C1
race Dec 26. Each way possibility.
4. MYANGA SPORTSGIRL (B J Hewitt) 4
Mare By Sportswriter USA - Christianship
$10,483 (15:2-1-3): Beaten 26m 8th $118
(Sr1) Coolie Kid NZ Bathurst 1730m (1:56.1)
C1 race Dec 19. A slight hiccup last start but
a definite contender on solid runs at prior
two starts and should contest the early
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7.
SHES THE OTHER ONE
LUCKY NUTTER
COFFEE BAY
MYANGA SPORTSGIRL
LAGOM
TAYLAH STUDLEIGH
PEGGY SUE SHANNON
PACIFIC CULLEN
lead; don’t dismiss.
5. LAGOM (N A Turnbull) 6 Mare By Gotta
Go Cullect NZ - Smooth Treos $24,855
(50:5-4-5): Beaten 14.5m 4th $101 (Sr4) Im
All Courage Bathurst 1730m (1:54.7) C1-C2
race Dec 26. Distance suits.
6. TAYLAH STUDLEIGH (L R Davis) 6
Mare By Four Starzzz Shark Ca - El Ess Ee
$46,760 (75:6-19-8): Handy effort when
9.5m 2nd $6.50 (Sr1) Alabama Ace Dubbo
1720m (1:57.9) C2 race Dec 26. Placed last
start in this class and has early speed to
overcome wide draw; rates well his last
start win.
8.
J T O’Shea
E M Turnbull
R A Clancy
C M Owen (C)
A J Turnbull
J R Davis (C)
A L Rees (C)
K A Turner
Fr 21.00
Fr
5.50
Fr 101.00
Fr 67.00
Fr
*1.75
Fr
4.50
Fr 67.00
Fr
6.50
7. PEGGY SUE SHANNON (P C Bullock) 4
Mare By Rock N Roll Heaven USA - Scarlett
Shannon $13,710 (33:1-2-2): Beaten 30m
7th $41 (Fr3) Tintin Naturally NZ Parkes
2040m (1:56.3) C1-C2 race Dec 28. Capable
type and a winner here this prep; has the
ability, each way.
8. PACIFIC CULLEN (K A Turner) 4 Mare
By Christian Cullen NZ - La Pacific $29,175
(23:5-1-2): Eased early when 11.5m 6th $17
(Fr5) Feel The Burn NZ Goulburn 1710m
(1:56.7) C1 race Dec 24. Unplaced in recent
starts but can improve here; could run well
again, rates highly.
LAGOM 1, Taylah Studleigh 2, Lucky Nutter 3, Pacific Cullen 4.
4. ZANADU first start since spell. Most impressive defeating Rolling With Stell 6.5m
$1.80 (Fr2) Newcastle 1609m (2:00.6) 2C0
race Feb 16. Resumes but winner on debut
in Newcastle over 1609m; rated to win this
time. 6. GOLD ROCKS beaten 43.5m 6th
$2.30 (Fr3) Rollin With Holly Newcastle
2030m (1:58.4) C0 race Dec 14 then held
up for a run early in the straight and used
the sprint lane when 21.5m 4th $5.00 (Sr1)
Reigning Pepper Goulburn 1710m (1:56.5)
3C0 race Dec 24. Fitter for recent racing
and could be ready to show something;
rates as a contender. 9. HAMMERTIME
HARLEY raced well when 10.7m 2nd $10
(Fr7) Write About Lexy Bathurst 1730m
(1:58.6) 3C0-3C1 race Dec 19 then handy
effort when 7m 4th $23 (Fr6) Sports Story
Bathurst 1730m (1:57.0) 3C0-3C1 race Dec
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s9784
40865
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178s6
11s64
06s49
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GINGER LEIGH
THRU TO THE KEEPER
NEGATIVE NANCY
ZANADU
SCHNAPPSHOT
GOLD ROCKS
CLOSE TO THE SKY
ALPHA XENA
HAMMERTIME HARLEY
SMOKEN ALICE
WHATA REACTOR ODM
26. Good run two starts back when placed
over the track and trip, known to have ealry
speed and can over come poor draw; good
chance here. 1. GINGER LEIGH finished
20m 5th $21 (Fr1) Mymatepog Menangle
J J Alchin
J D Reynolds (C)
J D Betts (C)
C A McDowell
D P Hewitt
K A Turner
M A Grant
G M Seve
M P Rue
M T Hewitt
B J Hewitt
Fr 21.00
Fr 41.00
Fr 201.00
Fr *1.80
Fr 26.00
Fr
2.50
Fr 201.00
Fr 201.00
Fr 21.00
Fr 21.00
Fr 26.00
1609m (1:55.2) 3C0-3C1 race Sep 15 then
broke at the start when 33m 8th $61 (Fr5)
Reigning Pepper Goulburn 1710m (1:56.5)
3C0 race Dec 24. Failed to flatter first-up
but will be fitter for that run; perfect draw.
ZANADU 1, Gold Rocks 2, Hammertime Harley 3, Ginger Leigh 4.
RACE 4 Get Well Soon Monica Pace
2260m
7.12 EQ4
C3 To C5 PBD Mobile $6890
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. IM COOL HARRY (P R McCarthy) 9
Gelding By Grinfromeartoear USA - Knowmore NZ $164,751 (170:23-24-19): Covered
extra ground when 4.5m 4th $5.50 (Sr1)
Hot Flush NZ Penrith 2125m (1:59.7) C3-C4
race Dec 27. This draw suits having won
and placed from this position before and
has handled this grade in the past; genuine
each way threat.
2. STUDLEIGH KRISTEN (L R Davis) 6
Mare By Kenneth J USA - Innocent Jasper
$56,870 (74:10-11-7): Was a handy winner
$5.50 (Fr2) defeating Alabama Tyson 3.7m
Dubbo 2120m (1:59.7) C3-C4 race Dec 26.
Minor place a chance.
3. SNOOP STRIDE (M A Betts) 8 Gelding
By Stonebridge Regal USA - Our Vittoria
NZ $133,825 (202:19-22-21): Eased early
when 15.2m 7th $21 (Fr5) Barkway Arnold
Parkes 1660m (1:57.7) C3-C5 race Dec 28.
Not likely to threaten these.
4. IM WITH LEXY (B J Hewitt) 5 Mare
By Roll With Joe USA - Lexys Laughing
$117,345 (58:12-10-10): Finished 18.5m
8th $10.00 (Fr5) Imthevillagestar Bathurst
1730m (1:53.5) C2-C4 race Dec 26. Has
good pace from the mobile and is a winner this course and distance; chance on
last effort.
5. COOLIE KID (A S Turnbull) 4 Gelding
By Mach Three Ca - Terranora NZ $19,170
(12:4-1-1): Looked good defeating Carramar Times Up 3m $1.10 (Fr3) Bathurst
1730m (1:56.1) C1 race Dec 19. Solid winner
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8.
IM COOL HARRY
STUDLEIGH KRISTEN
SNOOP STRIDE
IM WITH LEXY
COOLIE KID
MISS RODRIGUEZ
IMTHEVILLAGESTAR
STORMONT STAR
HEZ ALL COURAGE
CASTALONG SHADOW
DREAM TO SHARE
at past two runs in weaker grade, likely to
chase from the back; suited this race.
6. MISS RODRIGUEZ (W T White) 7 Mare
By Tinted Cloud USA - Ginger The Gypsy
$96,165 (76:12-10-14): Eased early and
broke during running when distanced 7th
$4.60 (Fr6) Rays Choice Dubbo 1720m
(1:57.5) C5+ race Dec 26. Has form over this
track and distance; keep safe.
7. IMTHEVILLAGESTAR (R F Reynolds)
6 Gelding By Village Jolt Ca - Satellite Star
$107,100 (74:10-20-8): Handy win $7.50
(Sr2) over Mackeral 4.5m Bathurst 1730m
(1:53.5) C2-C4 race Dec 26. Each way again.
8. STORMONT STAR (K A Turner) 5 Gelding By For A Reason - Czarina Katerina
$31,330 (31:7-3-6): Sound effort when
5.7m 5th $6.50 (Fr2) Saloon Passage NZ
Bathurst 1730m (1:54.9) C5+ race Dec 26.
Just out of the placings last start and a winner here this prep; has in the money ability.
9. HEZ ALL COURAGE (B J Hewitt) 5
9.
10.
HN S Xuereb
HJ R Davis
HT M Pay
B J Hewitt
M B Turnbull (C)
J D Turnbull
HJ D Reynolds
HJ P Gallagher
D P Hewitt
G W Simpson
A J Turnbull
11.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
5.50
34.00
67.00
5.50
10.00
34.00
9.00
17.00
8.00
21.00
*3.00
Gelding By Courage Under Fire NZ - All
Bonus $80,340 (53:10-6-9): Slow to begin
and failed to get a clear run when 5.7m
8th $5.00 (Fr3) My General Lee Bathurst
1730m (1:55.6) C5+ race Dec 26. Mixes
form but could get a cheque.
10. CASTALONG SHADOW (G W Simpson) 4 Horse By Shadow Play USA - Leslie
Jay $123,990 (33:11-6-3): Impressive winner (Fr5) defeating Trunkey Digger 8.7m
Bathurst 1730m (1:56.6) C2-C3 race Dec
19. Last start winner in weaker company at
this track; go well here again.
11. DREAM TO SHARE (A J Turnbull)
6 Gelding By Kenneth J USA - Hear The
Cheers NZ $83,088 (51:11-13-6): Used the
sprint lane when 2m 3rd $3.00 (Fr2) My
General Lee Bathurst 1730m (1:55.6) C5+
race Dec 26. Sound effort last start; winner
at prior start over 1730m here; appeals on
best form.
DREAM TO SHARE 1, Im With Lexy 2, Im Cool Harry 3, Hez All Courage 4.
Best Bet: Crossfirehall (Race 7) Value Bet: Im All Courage (Race 2).
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DISCLAIMER The Daily Telegraph takes all care in compiling TAB details but cannot accept responsibility for any errors.
Readers are urged to check TAB information with official lists before placing their bets.
RACE 7 For A Reason Pace
1730m 8.42 DD2 Q3
C1 Only RBD Mobile $6890
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2.
3.
4.
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5
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7
8
9
1. COURAGEOUS BEAU (K S Winnell) 6
Gelding By Courage Under Fire NZ - Warrawinnie $23,310 (58:1-5-8): Eased early
when 12.7m 5th $9.50 (Fr6) Whostolemypigeon Dubbo 2120m (2:04.9) C0-C1 race
Dec 26. Well beaten at its last start but
could improve sharply; has claims on last
run, each way.
2. TULHURST SANTANNA (N P Hurst) 5
Gelding By Santanna Blue Chip USA - Ballroom Belle $76,796 (70:10-13-8): Inconvenienced when beaten 28.5m 9th $41
(Sr1) Bronski Belle Bathurst 1730m (1:54.4)
C1 race Dec 26. Having its fourth run since a
spell and winner at this stage in the preparation previously; solid claims at best.
3. LITTLE MOJO (J T O’Shea) 6 Gelding
By Armbro Operative USA - Little La Nina
$26,600 (26:6-6-2): Eased early when
37.5m 6th $43 (Fr7) Im All Courage Bathurst 1730m (1:55.9) C1 race Dec 19. Suited
by this distance and a good draw and can
could improve here; rates to be very competitive.
4. CROSSFIREHALL (B J Hewitt) 5 Gelding By Blissfull Hall USA - Proud Trick
$22,920 (32:5-2-6): Ran 16.7m 5th $151
5.
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7.
COURAGEOUS BEAU
TULHURST SANTANNA
LITTLE MOJO
CROSSFIREHALL
ENK SPOT SHANNON
REMEMBER MAC
PUFFNSTUFF
LASER MAJOR
GRINORAMA
(Sr4) Bronski Belle Bathurst 1730m (1:54.4)
C1 race Dec 26. Just out of the placings last
start and proven at this track and trip; distance suits.
5. ENK SPOT SHANNON (P C Bullock) 4
Gelding By Million Dollar Cam USA - Tassie
Shannon $20,040 (35:3-0-6): Beaten 21m
6th $12 (Fr2) Tintin Naturally NZ Parkes
2040m (1:56.3) C1-C2 race Dec 28. One of
the better chances in this class.
6. REMEMBER MAC (P J Davis) 6 Gelding By Abercrombie Dexter - Remember
Courty $20,745 (45:3-5-8): Out of position
at the start, raced wide and tired over the
latter stages when 95m 9th $83 (Fr6) Im
All Courage Bathurst 1730m (1:55.9) C1
8.
9.
K S Winnell
A M Hedges
J T O’Shea
B J Hewitt
G W McElhinney
A C Frisby
G W Simpson
P Barnes
SCRATCHED
Fr 21.00
Fr 10.00
Fr
6.00
Fr *2.00
Fr
3.25
Fr 26.00
Fr 26.00
Fr 101.00
Fr
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race Dec 19. Could be an early leader; has
place claims.
7. PUFFNSTUFF (G W Simpson) 8 Gelding By Resurgent Dragon USA - Roma Jean
$71,020 (127:10-15-22): Ran 19m 6th $2.50
(Fr1) Southbound Train NZ Penrith 2125m
(1:58.5) C1 race Dec 27. A winner from this
draw and suited in this race; don’t dismiss
here.
8. LASER MAJOR (P Barnes) 9 Gelding
By Art Major USA - Virgin Goddess $19,060
(62:3-2-7): Out of position at the start
when 46m 12th $151 (Sr5) Bronski Belle
Bathurst 1730m (1:54.4) C1 race Dec 26.
Others have its measure.
9. GRINORAMA: SCRATCHED
CROSSFIREHALL 1, Enk Spot Shannon 2, Little Mojo 3, Tulhurst Santanna 4.
RACE 8 Ballinger Transport Pace
1730m 9.10
Q4
3yo 3C0 To 3C1 PBD Mobile $6890
1.
2.
1. CAMBO BLASTER (W J Turnbull) 3
Gelding By Caribbean Blaster - Shez Ryans
$2900 (9:0-0-2): Beaten 19.2m 6th $14
(Fr4) Make Mine Memphis Bathurst 1730m
(1:57.0) 3C0-3C1 race Dec 15. Chance at
best.
2. BLOOD MONEY (M J Daly) 3 Gelding By
Mr Feelgood USA - Now Not Later NZ $1180
(6:0-0-1): Broke during running when
37.5m 9th $151 (Sr1) Taylors Mill Penrith
1720m (2:01.2) 3C0 race Oct 25. First-up
here but has placed fresh before.
3. FALCONS HONOUR (J D Davis) 3 Gelding By Elsu NZ - Norah $880 (2:0-0-1):
Sound effort when 10m 3rd $9.00 (Fr1)
Romero Bathurst 1730m (1:57.6) C0 race
Dec 26. Lightly raced and bears watching on a nice third last start; in top form,
contender.
4. SPORTS AGENT (P R McCarthy) 3 Gelding By Sportswriter USA - Tianna Joy $2190
(11:0-0-1): Raced roughly when 38m 6th
$14 (Fr1) Masons Delight NZ Penrith 2125m
(2:00.9) 3C0 race Dec 27. Improved by two
runs since a spell; further improvement is
likely.
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4.
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CAMBO BLASTER
BLOOD MONEY
FALCONS HONOUR
SPORTS AGENT
CHRIS BE QUICK
COLONEL SHANNON
NIFTY STUDLEIGH
KYLE SHANNON
5. CHRIS BE QUICK (G C Rue) 3 Gelding
By Art Major USA - Workout Rocky $7045
(14:0-4-3): Broke at the start and raced
wide early when 9.5m 2nd $3.40 (Fr5)
Romero Bathurst 1730m (1:57.6) C0 race
Dec 26. Good run when second last start
here over 1730m and prior form consistent; each way.
6. COLONEL SHANNON (P C Bullock) 3
Gelding By Art Major USA - Chloe Shannon
$6900 (12:1-0-4): Raced wide early, eased
early and tired over the latter stages when
68m 9th $71 (Fr5) Pocket Of Terror Young
1720m (1:56.6) C0 race Nov 30. A win and
four placings from his 12 career runs; each
way prospect here.
NIFTY STUDLEIGH 1, Chris Be Quick 2, Cambo Blaster 3, Kyle Shannon 4.
7.
8.
J D Turnbull
M J Daly
M D Munro
N S Xuereb (C)
M P Rue
A L Rees (C)
J R Davis (C)
G W McElhinney
Fr
6.00
Fr 101.00
Fr 10.00
Fr 67.00
Fr
3.50
Fr 67.00
Fr
*2.10
Fr
6.00
7. NIFTY STUDLEIGH (L R Davis) 3 Gelding By A Rocknroll Dance USA - Rocky Bay
Lass NZ $10,880 (12:2-2-3): Caught the eye
defeating Writes Good 1.2m $6.50 (Sr2)
Bathurst 1730m (1:59.1) 2C0-2C1 race Aug
15. Resuming here but strong winner at
only previous start and top chance again
despite the wide draw; take beating again.
8. KYLE SHANNON (P C Bullock) 3 Gelding By Million Dollar Cam USA - Amelia
Shannon $14,010 (18:2-3-5): Fought on
well defeating Studleigh Sonny 0.7m $2.30
(Fr5) Dubbo 2120m (2:02.4) 3C0 race Dec
26. Recent form solid and has claims on
last start solid win has the early speed to
overcome poor draw; rates on top.
34 RACING
SANDOWN (HILLSIDE) RACES today
• ON SKY RACING 1
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: Out 12m
RACE 1 Blue Star Print Plate
RACE 5 Clanbrooke Racing 1800m 3.20
1300m 1.00 EQ1
1 5s00 AMERICAIN ROCK 10
SCRATCHED
58.5
2 2327 DREAM BROTHER 5
J Childs
58.5
3 9222 MACLAIREY 2
R Mc Leod
58.5
4 3766 OUTRIGGER 1
M Walker
58.5
5 3364 REWARD THE MISSES 9 J Noonan
58.5
6
BLANDFORD LAD 6
J McNeil
57
7
37 SCOTCH O’CLOCK b 7
B Allen (a)
57
8 0s2 SO SCHMICK 3
Martin Seidl
57
9
7s AMANIKAN 8
B Mertens
55
10
LACAZETTE 4
D Dunn
55
LACAZETTE 1, Blandford Lad 2, Amanikan 3, Scotch O’Clock 4.
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$11.0
6.00
34.00
12.00
*4.20
5.50
6.00
5.00
7.50
1500m 1.35 EQ2
$50,000. 3yo Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
1
BUDD FOX 4
R Bayliss
58 19.00
2
9 CARBERRY HILL 3
C Douglas
58 126.00
3
2 KING LANDON b 7
J Childs
58 16.00
4 8s66 POONY 12
E Brown (a1.5)
58 23.00
5
2 RIDGEWOOD DRIVE 5 M Zahra
58 *4.00
6 6s36 SCHWITZER 9
Ms N Beriman
58 11.00
7
3 SURGING STORM 11
T Nugent (a3)
58 41.00
8
WALTON HALL 1
P Moloney
58 34.00
9 s243 WHITEMORE 13
J McNeil
58
9.00
10 3923 WILD VITALITY 14
D Stackhouse
58
6.00
11 s324 BIRDWING 10
SCRATCHED
56
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12 5735 COUNTESS DE GALVEZ 6 J Allen
56
7.00
13
52 MONTEFERRANTE 8
B Prebble
56
4.80
14 s827 ORDELL 2
J Fry
56 11.00
MONTEFERRANTE 1, Poony 2, King Landon 3, Ridgewood Drive 4.
RACE 3 F&M Benchmark 64 Hcp 1500m 2.10 EQ3
$50,000. 3yo & up F&M Benchmark 64. Apprentices can claim.
1 s722 CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL n 2 M Poy (a3)
62.5
2 s138 AMBITIOUS GEM wn 9 N Punch (a3)
60
3 56s5 MISS ADEQUATE dwb 4 SCRATCHED
60
4 5267 OUR CHIQUILLA 7
E Brown (a1.5)
59.5
5 84s5 COURTING VERITY w 6 Ms C Macfarlane (a3) 59
6 9s41 CRYPTIC JEWEL 3
C Williams
59
7 7190 TYCOON KATE n 5
J Martin (a2)
58.5
8 s413 MAJESTIC HALO 1
C Robertson
57
9 4001 HALCYON w 8
T Nugent (a3)
55
AMBITIOUS GEM 1, Champagne Cocktail 2, Cryptic Jewel 3,
Our Chiquilla 4.
RACE 4 Benchmark 64 Hcp
6.50
3.50
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1 6112 NEGASI d 10
M Walker
2 8965 DOOGANS RISE w 1
L Riordan (a3)
3 2137 MAN ALIVE b 12
J Childs
4 5100 SASSOON d 7
S Baster
5 s261 BLUE JAY WAY 6
D Thornton
6 s180 DON’T DISMISS w 3
B Mertens
7 4328 HEGEMON dn 9
D Stackhouse
8 4317 SO BELAFONTE w 11
C Williams
9 2853 TRUE GENT 5
J Allen
10 4041 PRETTY MAMA d 2
P Moloney
11 s064 GO AND GET RICH w 8 H Grace (a3)
12 5648 APOCALYPTO w 4
Ms C Hall (a3)
TRUE GENT 1, Blue Jay Way 2, Man Alive 3, Sassoon 4.
RACE 1
1.00
(1300m)
1. AMERICAIN ROCK: SCRATCHED
2. DREAM BROTHER (Mark C Webb) 4h By Helmet
- Crystal Sprite (11:0-5-3): Settled handy when 4¾ len
7th of 9 (5) $6.50 58.5 Cryptic Jewel 1440m C’field
3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. Overraced last start and
just did not finish well enough. May improve if settles.
3. MACLAIREY (P G Carey) 4g By Makfi (GB) - Dame
Claire (NZ) (11:0-6-1): Found the line intently for ¾
len 2nd of 11 (6) $5.50 58.5 For Pete’s Sake 1800m
Sandown-Hillside 3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Nov 28. Looks
nice race for him and stable on fire.
4. OUTRIGGER (Mark Sues) 4g By Choisir - Anjea
(7:0-0-1): Lost chance at start 3½ len 6th of 9 (2)
$14.00 58.5 The Crusha 1200m Mornington 3yo+
Mdn Soft(5) Dec 18. If he does everything right he
has the ability to be right in this.
5. REWARD THE MISSES (Ms S Trolove) 4g By Reward For Effort - Dont Tellthemisses (14:0-0-3): Held
ground ½ len 4th of 13 (9) $10.00 58.5 He’s Stryking
1400m Sale 3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Dec 23. Wasn’t all
that far away at Sale at latest. Keep safe.
6. BLANDFORD LAD (Peter Gelagotis) 3c By
Savabeel - Staryn Glenn (NZ) (0:0-0-0): First start.
Brother to Lucia Valentina. Prepared for debut with
5 len 4th Silverhawk 990m Cranbourne Training
barrier trial Soft(6) Nov 26. Trials: (2:0-1-0). Did
enough in trials to be respected in this.
7. SCOTCH O’CLOCK (Jason Warren) 3g By I Am
Invincible - Sweet Maggie (2:0-0-1): Held ground
1¾ len 7th of 13 (8) $2.70F 57.0 He’s Stryking 1400m
Sale 3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Dec 23. He has not been far
away in both starts and cannot dismiss.
8. SO SCHMICK (R D Griffiths) 3g By Rebel Raider Play The Fool (2:0-1-0): Worked right to the line for
first-up ½ nk 2nd of 12 (6) $31.00 57.0 Princess Kayo
1200m Bairnsdale 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. He got
very close last start and can go one better in this.
9. AMANIKAN (M C Kent) 3f By Sebring - My Emotion
(NZ) (1:0-0-0): Well held 4½ len 7th of 13 (3) $9.00 57.0
So You Swing 1225m Geelong 2yo F Mdn Heavy(8) June
22. First-up. Did have some support on debut but struck
heavy track and only battled. Could be big improver.
10. LACAZETTE (M, W & J Hawkes) 3f By Fastnet
Rock - Tavarnelle (0:0-0-0): First start. By Lightning
G1 winning sire out of Group 3 winning mare. Given
solid hit-out in Flemington jumpout. In astute stable
and could be the surprise packet.
RACE 2
1.35
(1500m)
1. BUDD FOX (Henry Dwyer) 3g By Foxwedge - Banker’s
Choice (US) (0:0-0-0): First start. By Group 1 winning sire
out of USA Group 3 placed mare. Makes debut here after
½ len win Paddlepop, Brutally Honest 1100m Tatura barrier trial Soft(6) Dec 11. Trials: (2:1-0-0). Comes off solid
trial win and must respect stable debutants.
2. CARBERRY HILL (Matthew Brown) 3g By Epaulette - High Tudor (NZ) (1:0-0-0): No match when 4¾
len 9th of 13 (13) $18.00 57.0 He’s Stryking 1400m Sale
3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Dec 23. Did do some early work
before fading in straight. Better from the experience.
3. KING LANDON (M D Moroney) 3g By Testa Rossa
- Alamea (1:0-1-0): Kept chasing final stages 1¼ len
2nd of 8 (4) $1.95F 57.0 Exceder 1300m Ararat 3yo+
Mdn Good(4) Dec 11. Started odds on when beaten
on debut. Better from the experience.
Tips by Nick Quinn
TAB CODE: MR
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59.5 *3.20
59 15.00
58.5 7.00
58.5 18.00
58
3.60
58 81.00
58 31.00
58
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55.5 11.00
54 101.00
54 41.00
1 0104 LOUISVILLE LIP 1
M Poy (a3)
60.5
2 3431 ROYAL VOLLEY w 5
H Grace (a3)
60.5
3 6561 SICKENING 8
J Allen
60.5
60
4 6s24 NOTHIN’ LEICA HIGH wn 12 Martin Seidl
60
5 s711 RAID THE CABINET w 10 C Robertson
6 3432 SHAQ c 7
C Williams
60
7 0637 DIAMOND BOW w 9
M Zahra
58.5
8 1755 TRIGGER POINT w 11
C Symons
58.5
9 1586 MIDORIYAMA 13
58
10 s053 SO ABLE w 3
J Robertson
57.5
11 9s81 LOVIN TH’CASTLE w 2
J Martin (a2)
57
12 6544 SHEER MADNESS n 6
P Moloney
57
13 8417 HOSPEDA 4
S Baster
56.5
SHAQ 1, Lovin Th’castle 2, Nothin’ Leica High 3, Sickening 4.
RACE 6 Spicer Thoroughbreds 1000m 3.55 DD1 Q2
$50,000. Benchmark 64. Apprentices can claim.
1 124s EDUCATE n 4
L Riordan (a3)
2 3648 HUGE ACTION d 1
Ms J Eaton (a3)
3 0s43 BEAVERBROOK c 10
N Punch (a3)
4 8231 CAPTAIN CRACKERJAK dw 11 Ms T Hope (a3)
5 667s VILLA SARCHI c 8
S Baster
6 00s1 WILDWOOD JADE dw 5 D Stackhouse
Ms G Cartwright (a3)
7 1135 TOORAK SMOCK 7
8 1242 DIVINE MR TYCOON dw 2 E Brown (a1.5)
9 1334 FROM THE CLOUDS dwb 6 Ms C Macfarlane (a3)
10 8s19 KAIPAKI 12
C Symons
11 66s1 BOLD TYPE dwn 9
J Bowditch
12 757s PURE EMOTION 3
M Walker
EDUCATE 1, Huge Action 2, Kaipaki 3, From The Clouds 4.
RACE 7 Araza Handicap
2.10
62.5
61.5
60
60
60
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58.5
58
57.5
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57
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8.50
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15.00
8.50
26.00
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1 ELIGERE wn 6
B Prebble
2 27s4 HAWKSHOT b 5
M Zahra
3
1 FABIAN’S SPIRIT w 1
J Allen
4 63s7 MAGNOSSIVA 7
B Thompson
5 7486 ROBE DE FETE t 4
Martin Seidl
6
1 RUSHFORD w 11
SCRATCHED
7 441 HUMZZ 3
SCRATCHED
8 416s NO MORE BIDS 12
Z Spain (a1.5)
9 4s50 ANOTHER BIT w 10
J Bowditch
10 5s17 BANGER 8
SCRATCHED
11 416s JARMANAGIC d 9
C Williams
R Bayliss
12
1 PRINCESS KAYO 2
FABIAN’S SPIRIT 1, Eligere 2, Hawkshot 3, Robe De Fete 4.
RACE 8 Big Screen Company
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59.5
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58.5
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1300m 5.05 DD2 Q4
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4
5
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8
9
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2141 AMSCHEL dwn 14
M Poy (a3)
Ms C Macfarlane (a3)
160s HE’S THE BOSS w 17
8286 I AM VINNIE 7
D Stackhouse
2371 WALLACE STREET w 5 J Martin (a2)
5105 SILKSTONE w 6
D Thornton
49s4 DISTANT SKY w 1
Ms T Hope (a3)
s030 ABERRO d 2
M Zahra
s792 ABYSSINIAN wn 12
L Riordan (a3)
45s1 SIX SIGMA 8
J Allen
4156 NINA RULES w 10
Ms J Eaton (a3)
s38s TIN HAT 3
C Williams
21s6 CATARACTA w 15
M Walker
22s1 PEKO 4
B Thompson
Emergencies
14 27s3 KAPTIVE HERO wbn 9 J McNeil
15 8134 ROLLING MOSS w 11
S Baster
16 2312 LEILA’S STAR d 13
Z Spain (a1.5)
17 0973 ZAMPERINI w 16
SCRATCHED
SIX SIGMA 1, Cataracta 2, Peko 3, Kaptive Hero 4.
4. POONY (D K Weir) 3g By Dream Ahead (US) Oberne Rose (4:0-0-0): Well held 3¾ len 6th of 10
(10) $51.00 58.0 Royal Performance 1440m C’field
3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. Run better than finishing
position suggests last start. Can improve.
5. RIDGEWOOD DRIVE (Anthony Freedman) 3g By
Sebring - Parfaits (1:0-1-0): Handily placed when ¾
len 2nd of 9 (4) $4.00 57.0 Sinzara 1300m Bendigo
3yo+ Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16. In the mix first start and
will be better for the experience. Major player.
6. SCHWITZER (G Eurell) 3g By Danerich - Early
Wakening (3:0-0-1): Heat stress when 1½ len 6th
of 11 (2) $8.50 58.0 Yulong September 1400m
Sandown-Hillside 3yo Mdn Good(3) Dec 12. Had
excuses last start when pulled up with heat stress.
Can bounce back.
7. SURGING STORM (Matthew Brown) 3g By Needs
Further - No Reflection (1:0-0-1): Ran wide early
stages when 1¼ len, hd 3rd of 10 (7) $26.00 55.5 Setcon, Belar Blue 1500m Yarra Glen 3yo+ Mdn Soft(5)
Dec 21. Finished solidly to place at Yarra Glen debut.
Can go on with it here.
8. WALTON HALL (M D Moroney) 3g By Ad Valorem (US) - Deep Forest (NZ) (0:0-0-0): First start.
By GB Group 1 winning sire out of 2 times winning
mare. Had good look around in Flemington jumpout
but did show ability. Big watch.
9. WHITEMORE (R D Griffiths) 3g By Statue Of
Liberty (US) - Miss Barysh (9:0-1-3): Wide throughout len, lg nk 3rd of 10 (8) $13.00 58.0 Royal Performance, Monteferrante 1440m C’field 3yo Mdn
Good(4) Dec 19. Big run when always wide at Caulfield. Can win this.
10. WILD VITALITY (Rodney Foster) 3g By Vital
Equine (IR) - Flying Gaga (8:0-1-2): Got home nicely
to run len, ½ len 3rd of 13 (11) $81.00 54.0 Poised To
Strike, O’Tauto 1200m F’ton 3yo (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec
22. Been finishing his races off strongly and gets his
chance here.
11. BIRDWING: SCRATCHED
12. COUNTESS DE GALVEZ (D K Weir) 3f By All Too
Hard - Galvez (5:0-1-1): No room final stages 2¼ len
5th of 10 (3) $10.00 54.0 Royal Performance 1440m
C’field 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. Bit unlucky at Caulfield last start when held up late. Don’t leave out.
13. MONTEFERRANTE (L & T Corstens) 3f By
Pierro - Espurante (2:0-1-0): Ran home solidly for
len 2nd of 10 (1) $15.00 56.0 Royal Performance
1440m C’field 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. Found line
well to place at Caulfield at latest. Among the dangers.
14. ORDELL (J F Moloney) 3f By Fighting Sun - Orcades (5:0-3-0): Held ground 4½ len 7th of 10 (1)
$19.00 56.0 My Pendant 1400m F’ton 3yo F (Bm70)
Soft(5) Dec 22. Just battled home in stronger class at
Flemington last start. Back in right class.
RACE 3
19.00
17.00
11.00
*3.40
23.00
4.20
6.00
14.00
12.00
81.00
9.00
41.00
23.00
(1500m)
1. CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL (Ms M Wells) 7m By
Gonski - Lila Jean (35:3-6-9): Found the line intently for nk 2nd of 10 (9) $51.00 60.0 Five Kingdom
1400m Racing.Com Park (Bm64) Soft(5) Nov 15.
Chased hard 1¼ len 2nd of 11 (4) $19.00 55.0 Angelic
Spirit 1400m Racing.Com Park (Metro) 3yo+ F&M
(Bm78) Good(3) Dec 8. Back in easier race and looks
tough to beat.
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57
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56 13.00
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2. AMBITIOUS GEM (R D Griffiths) 4m By Bel Esprit
- Okaylah (10:2-0-3): Ran on late sht nk, 1¼ len 3rd of
10 (8) $7.50 57.0 Casa De Lago, Honey Esprit 1200m
M Valley 4yo+ M (Bm64) Soft(5) Dec 14. Battled
late 2¾ len 8th of 11 (11) $13.00 54.0 Twitchy Frank
1200m C’field 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 26.
Not too bad last start and back in easier race. Place
claims.
3. MISS ADEQUATE: SCRATCHED
4. OUR CHIQUILLA (D K Weir) 5m By Host (CH) Midnight Reigns (30:3-5-7): Settled midfield when
1¼ len 6th of 11 (6) $8.50 58.0 Friedensberg 1500m
Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(3) Nov 28. Well
held 3¼ len 7th of 9 (4) $8.50 57.0 Extreme Bliss
1600m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 14.
Been bit disappointing in recent starts but gets back
in right race.
5. COURTING VERITY (G A James) 5m By Reset - Sylvan Court (NZ) (9:2-1-1): Took up a handy
position in 4¾ len 4th of 12 (8) $5.00 58.0 Canny
Move 1350m Donald (Bm58) Soft(6) July 30. Wide
throughout when 4¼ len 5th of 9 (9) $21.00 54.5 Mr
Tipla 1422m Seymour (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 20. No
luck when wide last start but this is harder.
6. CRYPTIC JEWEL (Brent Stanley) 4m By Savabeel - Treasure The Cross (IR) (5:1-0-1): On return
from break finished 6½ len 4th of 10 (8) $31.00
56.5 Sora 1200m M Valley 3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Dec
7. Came from second half of field for 1¼ len win of
9 (3) $3.20F 56.5 Gracious Garcon, Say Good Night
1440m C’field 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. Broke
maiden in style last start and can go on with it here.
7. TYCOON KATE (Shawn Mathrick) 6m By Written
Tycoon - The Rossa (34:3-8-4): Overraced early stages when 6¼ len 9th of 12 (8) $19.00 57.0 Five Kingdom 1500m M Valley (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 1. Never
came on 4¾ len last of 11 (3) $31.00 56.0 Ocean
Deep 1440m C’field 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(3) Dec
19. Back in right class but needs to improve.
8. MAJESTIC HALO (Ms W Kelly) 4m By Magnus
- Shiago (8:1-2-1): Knuckled down well to score ½
nk win of 7 (3) $3.40F 56.5 Malawi Gold, Queen
Khaleesi 1440m Geelong 3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Nov 18.
Tried hard but no match for winner 1¼ len, ¾ len 3rd
of 7 (2) $7.00 57.0 Crimson Tears, Spicer 1400m Werribee 3yo+ F&M (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 9. Been racing
well enough to sneak into a place.
9. HALCYON (Dane Smith) 8m By Show A Heart Belzain (54:6-2-4): Dropped out 21¼ len last of 13
(8) $41.00 54.5 Sentimentalist 2000m Stawell Hcp
(58) Good(4) Dec 8. Relished the wet ½ nk win of
10 (10) $8.00 52.5 Gin Atomic, Allspice 1400m Horsham (Bm58) Heavy(10) Dec 16. May need it wet to
worry these.
RACE 4
2.45
(2400m)
1. NEGASI (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 4g By Desert
King (IR) - Aythreeeighty (NZ) (11:2-1-2): Claimed
½ nk win of 8 (8) $1.50F 70.0 Zabextra, Broo Boss
2450m Mornington Hwt (Bm58) Good(4) Nov 19.
Gave all for hd 2nd of 12 (9) $9.00 59.0 Tubbs Gift
2400m Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 12.
Only just missed in similar race last start and gets
chance to go one better.
2. DOOGANS RISE (S S Cunningham) 8g By
Naturalism (NZ) - Golden Flight (66:9-11-9): Settled
handy when 5¼ len 6th of 11 (1) $31.00 56.5 Prince
Ziggy 2040m M Valley (Bm64) Soft(5) Dec 14. Held
ground 1¾ len 5th of 9 (3) $14.00 57.0 Charlton
2200m Seymour (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 30. Gave a
good sight at Seymour last outing. Keep safe.
3. MAN ALIVE (Archie Alexander) 4g By Reliable
Man (GB) - Animate (NZ) (5:1-1-1): Honest when sht
nk, 2¾ len 3rd of 13 (7) $4.60F 58.5 Bronski, Bringit
2000m Warrnambool (Bm64) Soft(5) Dec 2. Well
held 6¼ len 7th of 12 (2) $4.40 58.5 Bringit 2500m M
Valley (Bm64) Soft(7) Dec 21. Just battled home this
level at Moonee Valley last time out. Place cliams.
4. SASSOON (Ms R Kelly) 5g By Snippetson - Dewamar (30:3-2-4): Well beaten 5½ len 11th of 15
(12) $101.00 54.0 Crafty Devil 2540m F’ton (Bm78)
Soft(5) Dec 15. Never close 8¾ len 11th of 12 (10)
$14.00 57.0 Bringit 2500m M Valley (Bm64) Soft(7)
Dec 21. Hard to see him figuring.
5. BLUE JAY WAY (G M Begg) 4m By Americain
(US) - Lunar Lights (13:2-2-0): Never close 5½ len
6th of 11 (10) $9.00 55.0 Rondalago 2040m M Valley
3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 7. Finished too well
len win of 9 (8) $3.40 58.0 Vellaspride, Here Comes
Lenni 2034m Seymour Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 20.
Good strong win last start and no reason she cannot
make it two in a row.
6. DON’T DISMISS (Cameron Templeton) 5g By
Clangalang - Shezout (18:2-3-3): Showed pace when
16¼ len 8th of 11 (10) $31.00 54.0 Mahamedeis
1900m Traralgon Open Hcp Soft(5) Dec 2. Ridden on
the speed before tiring 8¾ len 10th of 12 (11) $41.00
58.5 Bringit 2500m M Valley (Bm64) Soft(7) Dec 21.
Can race forward but not going well enough.
7. HEGEMON (A O Diggins) 5g By Daliapour
(IR) - Cappy (26:2-5-1): Worked right to the line
for 2¾ len 2nd of 13 (12) $14.00 61.0 Fold 2200m
Bendigo (Bm58) Good(4) Nov 27. Overraced early
stages when 7½ len 8th of 12 (8) $21.00 58.0 Bringit 2500m M Valley (Bm64) Soft(7) Dec 21. Never
settled last start and was disappointing. Can bouce
back if settles.
8. SO BELAFONTE (Dan O’Sullivan) 5g By Medaglia
D’Oro (US) - Very Discreet (21:2-4-4): Posted 3¾ len
win of 11 (1) $3.70 59.0 Red Sensation, Aurora Miss
2150m Terang (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 12. Had wide
run and was well held 3¾ len 7th of 11 (6) $6.50 61.0
Pretty Mama 2418m Geelong (Bm58) Good(3) Dec
26. Run better than finishing position suggests last
start and would not leave out of multiples.
9. TRUE GENT (D K Weir) 4g By Reliable Man (GB) Zaria (NZ) (15:1-2-1): Balanced up midfield when 3¼
len 5th of 11 (6) $5.00 60.0 Sassoon 2400m Mornington (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 7. Best work late 2 len,
1¼ len 3rd of 12 (9) $21.00 54.5 Bringit, Duke Of Oz
2500m M Valley (Bm64) Soft(7) Dec 21. Ran home
well to fill the minors at Moonee Valley last start.
Can figure.
10. PRETTY MAMA (J P Salanitri) 5m By Pentire
(GB) - Sand Skipper (US) (18:2-3-3): Sound when 2½
len 4th of 11 (7) $51.00 56.5 Sassoon 2400m Mornington (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 7. Drove clear 2 len win
of 11 (5) $15.00 56.5 Miss Bourbon Bar, Miss Cavatica
2418m Geelong (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 26. Much too
good in easier race last start and can measure up to
these.
11. GO AND GET RICH (Rodney Foster) 10g By Danerich - Go Hannah (46:3-4-3): Not flash in 11½ len
last of 6 (3) $31.00 55.5 Looking Around 2000m
Bordertown (Bm60) Heavy(10) Dec 16. Didn’t offer
much when 5 len 4th of 6 (5) $14.00 56.5 Looking
Around 2100m Nhill 3yo+ (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 26.
Coming off a modest run in weaker grade at Nhill last
time out. Prefer to watch.
12. APOCALYPTO (Matthew Brown) 7g By Domesday - Falvette (48:3-7-7): Laid out near turn when
8½ len 4th of 9 (8) $8.00 55.5 Duke Of Oz 2200m
Geelong Hcp (58) Heavy(8) Dec 15. Well held 7¼ len
last of 8 (1) $11.00 55.5 Reliable Magic 2200m Sale
(Bm58) Good(3) Dec 23. This too tough.
RACE 5
3.20
(1800m)
1. LOUISVILLE LIP (M D Moroney) 4g By Ocean
Park (NZ) - Best Of All (GE) (9:2-1-0): Failed to fire
8 len last of 12 (9) $21.00 60.5 Five Kingdom 1500m
M Valley (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 1. Took up a handy
position in 2¾ len 4th of 13 (2) $26.00 57.5 Tavistock
Dancer 1800m C’field (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 19. Was
not too bad last start and looks each way chance in
this.
2. ROYAL VOLLEY (J W Price) 5g By Viscount Evert (21:3-3-6): Tried hard when hd, 1¾ len 3rd of
7 (6) $3.30F 58.5 Miss Entice, Here Comes Lenni
1500m Mornington (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 7. Finished
too well final stages 2¼ len win of 11 (11) $6.00 59.5
Scallop, Foraoise 1950m Yarra Glen (Bm58) Soft(5)
Dec 21. Dominant on-pace winner in easier class at
Yarra Glen last outing. Hard to knock winning form.
3. SICKENING (D K Weir) 6g By Shocking - Summer
Lot (NZ) (8:2-1-1): Overraced and only battled 1¾
len 6th of 14 (2) $18.00 58.5 More Than Ever 1850m
Kyneton (Bm64) Good(3) Nov 7. Finished too well hd
win of 9 (6) $4.20 58.5 Hi Suppose, Set The Bar High
2000m Donald (Bm64) Good(4) Nov 18. Comes off
good tough win and would not leave out of chances.
4. NOTHIN’ LEICA HIGH (R D Griffiths) 4g By
High Chaparral (IR) - Cinque Cento (14:2-1-2): Kept
coming last 200m ½ hd 2nd of 11 (3) $11.00 60.0
Friedensberg 1500m Sandown-Hillside (Bm64)
Good(3) Nov 28. Held ground late 2¾ len 4th of 13
(8) $18.00 57.5 Declares War 1720m F’ton 3&4yoBm70 Soft(5) Dec 15. Comes into this third-up from
spell and looks close to a win.
5. RAID THE CABINET (M Sell) 5g By Rebel Raider
- Jinsky Girl (17:3-2-3): Finished too well ½ len win
of 12 (8) $9.00 59.0 Queue For Quality, Smooth
Celebration 1500m Yarra Glen Hcp (58) Good(4)
Dec 1. Strong to the line hd win of 8 (8) $6.00 58.0
A Moving Place, Sarkozy 1600m Bendigo (Bm64)
Soft(6) Dec 16. Lines up for three in a row but this
toughest test.
6. SHAQ (Brent Stanley) 5g By Savabeel - Jack’s Girl
(NZ) (31:4-4-6): Made up late ground for 1¾ len, ¾
len 3rd of 11 (2) $13.00 60.0 Prince Ziggy, Cleo’s Poet
2040m M Valley (Bm64) Soft(5) Dec 14. Just missed
lg nk 2nd of 13 (5) $5.50 60.0 Tavistock Dancer
1800m C’field (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 19. Ready to win
and will not get better chance than this.
7. DIAMOND BOW (Ms W Kelly) 4m By Sebring Stylish Bow (10:2-1-1): Got home nicely to run hd, 2½
len 3rd of 8 (3) $9.50 52.5 Kazio, Laure Me In 1400m
Sandown-Hillside (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 5. Eased
concluding stages when 1¼ len 7th of 9 (1) $10.00
54.0 Penny To Sell 1600m F’ton 3yo+ F&M (Bm84)
Soft(5) Dec 22. Not too bad in better race last start
and was touch unlucky. This a winnable race for her.
8. TRIGGER POINT (Ms L Tolson & Ms L Proctor)
4g By Denman - Heavenly Insight (18:2-3-4): Held
ground late 2¾ len 5th of 7 (6) $11.00 56.0 Macrobius 1600m M Valley (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 14. Settled
midfield when 2¼ len 5th of 10 (2) $10.00 57.0 Miss
Skeptical 1600m C’field (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 19.
Been bit one placed of late and only place claims.
9. MIDORIYAMA (R E Laing) 4m By Pierro - Gliding
(12:2-0-1): Found rivals too strong 6¾ len last of 8 (7)
$26.00 57.0 Miss Norway 1000m Sandown-Hillside
4yo+ M (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 12. Fair effort in 2½ len
6th of 11 (9) $31.00 57.0 Ocean Deep 1440m C’field
3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 19. Gets out to right
distance and back in right class. Can improve.
10. SO ABLE (S McCusker) 7g By Soldier’s Tale (US)
- Cross Dancer (16:3-0-1): Safely held in 15½ len last
of 5 (1) $31.00 58.5 Diplomac Jack 1600m Werribee
(Bm64) Good(4) Dec 9. Fought hard but no match ¾
len, 1½ len 3rd of 11 (5) $101.00 60.5 Game Up Hardy,
Royal Treasury 1717m Sale (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 23.
Faces stronger opposition now. Looking elsewhere.
11. LOVIN TH’CASTLE (Peter Gelagotis) 4m By
Castledale (IR) - Lady Love (NZ) (4:1-1-0): Wide
throughout 8¼ len 8th of 13 (9) $5.00 58.0 Crimson
Tears 1200m Terang 4yo+ M Mdn Soft(5) Nov 23.
Finished too well ¾ len win of 12 (10) $3.20 58.0 Tulpar, Mikeys Turf 1600m Moe 3yo+ F&M Mdn Soft(6)
Dec 14. Comes out of maiden class and this too hard.
12. SHEER MADNESS (J P Salanitri) 4g By Moshe Olympiad (21:2-2-1): Slowly away when 2¾ len 4th
of 10 (10) $8.00 58.5 Telemarketer 1420m Werribee
(Bm58) Good(3) Dec 24. Missed start and never
recovered 6 len 4th of 7 (5) $4.20 57.5 Mosh Music
1512m Geelong (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 26. Not too bad
last start and he may sneak a place in this field.
13. HOSPEDA (Julie Scott) 7m By Host (CH) - Play
Mizzty For Me (CA) (38:5-4-2): Charged home
from back half for 2 len win of 9 (8) $8.00 57.5
Able Engine, Assertive Star 1950m Yarra Glen Hcp
(58) Good(4) Dec 1. Kept trying 3¼ len 7th of 13 (4)
$26.00 56.5 Tavistock Dancer 1800m C’field (Bm64)
Good(3) Dec 19. Has big finish but place best.
RACE 6
3.55
(1000m)
1. EDUCATE (E Jusufovic) 5g By Master Of Design
- Posnet (14:3-2-4): No match for winner but still
managed 3¼ len 2nd of 5 (4) $2.70 59.5 Prepare To
Win 1300m Geelong Synthetic (Bm70) Synthetic
June 1. Took up a midfield position when 1¼ len
4th of 10 (8) $4.20 59.5 Our Sevira 1300m Geelong
Synthetic (Bm70) Synthetic June 15. Resuming.
Finds form early in preparation and may just be class
above these.
2. HUGE ACTION (A G Sawden) 4g By Moshe - Todi
(13:2-0-3): Settled handy when ½ len 4th of 10 (8)
$8.00 58.5 Capannello 1100m Ballarat (Bm70)
Good(4) Oct 3. Held ground 7½ len 8th of 10 (7)
$101.00 58.5 Casino Wizard 1200m M’ville LR Durbridge Stks Good(3) Oct 13. Took on Listed company
last start and was outclassed. Back in right race.
3. BEAVERBROOK (R D Griffiths) 4g By Written
Tycoon - Thisisus (NZ) (17:3-1-2): Resumed with 3¼
len 4th of 11 (10) $7.50 57.0 River House 1000m
Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 5. Only held
ground sht ½ hd, ½ len 3rd of 11 (5) $9.00 57.0 Our
Gladiator, Left Jaybee Out 1000m C’field (Bm64)
Good(3) Dec 19. Placed at Caulfield last start and
finds similar race here.
4. CAPTAIN CRACKERJAK (Dan O’Sullivan) 6g
By Captain Gerrard (IR) - Heaven’s Eyes (40:6-5-6):
Tried hard but no match late len, 1¾ len 3rd of 7 (3)
$2.30F 59.0 Grogans Anvil, Contilla 1000m Terang
(Bm58) Good(3) Dec 12. Landed 2¾ len win of 7
(1) $2.50F 59.5 Serious Moonlight, Gracie Lou Lou
1010m Werribee (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 24. Commanding on-pace winner in easier event at Werribee
at latest. Can measure up.
5. VILLA SARCHI (Heath Conners) 4g By Written Tycoon - Black Espresso (9:2-0-2): Battled late
1½ len 6th of 15 (9) $21.00 54.0 Double Jeopardy
1000m F’ton 3yo Open Hcp Good(4) June 9. Well
held 9¼ len 7th of 9 (5) $19.00 54.5 Nature Strip
1100m F’ton 3yo Hcp Soft(5) June 23. First-up. Won
in BM64 company at Sandown-Hillside first-up last
campaign. Worth including.
6. WILDWOOD JADE (Luke Oliver) 4m By I Am
Invincible - Reflection Of Jade (5:2-1-0): Lame after
race when 11½ len last of 12 (11) $2.10F 58.5 Circus
Dancer 975m Swan Hill (Bm58) Good(4) April 29.
Finished too well 1¾ len win of 9 (8) $4.00 60.5 Serious Moonlight, Last Request 1000m Tatura (Bm58)
Soft(5) Dec 9. Good tough win last start but this is
harder.
7. TOORAK SMOCK (Nicholas Roe) 3g By Toorak
Toff - Smock (5:2-0-1): Only held ground late 1¾
len, len 3rd of 8 (4) $9.50 56.0 Symphonette, Bayou
1000m Morphettville Parks 3yo (Bm68) Good(4)
Nov 17. Pulled up lame 4½ len 5th of 10 (7) $9.50
55.5 Twitchy Frank 1000m Warrnambool (Bm70)
Soft(5) Dec 2. Pulled up lame last start in nice race.
Can bounce back.
8. DIVINE MR TYCOON (B J McCarthy) 3c By
Written Tycoon - Divine Princess (8:1-3-0): Wide
throughout when 2½ len 4th of 9 (6) $13.00 55.0
Sunset Watch 1200m M Valley 3yo C&G Open
Good(4) Sept 28. Laid in in straight when 1¼ len 2nd
of 9 (3) $8.00 56.0 Star Fall 1000m Racing.Com Park
(Metro) 3yo (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 8. He has not been
beaten far in recent starts and can figure.
9. FROM THE CLOUDS (M M Laurie) 4m By Star
Witness - Cosmic Choice (22:3-1-4): Honest when 2
len, lg hd 3rd of 11 (9) $4.40F 57.5 River House, Ville
Chanson 1000m Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(3)
Dec 5. Reasonable effort ¾ len 4th of 11 (7) $4.80F
57.5 Our Gladiator 1000m C’field (Bm64) Good(3)
Dec 19. Been racing consistently and can figure in
placing.
10. KAIPAKI (M Ellerton & S Zahra) 3c By Shamexpress (NZ) - Scattercat (NZ) (4:1-0-1): Did few things
wrong but too strong hd win of 9 (7) $1.50F 57.0
Celeritate Regem, Eroe 1100m Kyneton 3yo+ Mdn
Good(4) Dec 6. Hung in throughout 5½ len 9th of 11
(6) $8.50 57.5 Our Gladiator 1000m C’field (Bm64)
Good(3) Dec 19. Did too much wrong last start. Still
learning but has ability.
11. BOLD TYPE (John McArdle) 3g By Written Tycoon - Legcut (10:1-2-1): Proved difficult to ride out
when 3½ len 6th of 12 (1) $6.50 58.0 Turn The Tide
1000m Bendigo 3yo Mdn Soft(5) Aug 24. First-up
finished 3 len win of 7 (1) $1.65F 57.0 Lealta, Thin
Green Line 1000m Cranbourne 3yo+ Mdn Soft(6)
Dec 15. Won in easy fashion at Cranbourne first-up.
Better from maiden win and can measure up.
12. PURE EMOTION (C W McDonald) 4m By Exceed
And Excel - Beautiful Soul (15:1-4-1): Only battled
late 3¾ len 5th of 9 (7) $2.80F 59.5 Adalita 1200m
Geelong Synthetic 2yo+ F&M (Bm64) Synthetic July
23. Bled 5¾ len 7th of 10 (5) $18.00 57.5 Presumptuous 1100m Geelong (Bm64) Soft(7) Aug 6. Resuming from bleeding ban. Prefer to watch.
RACE 7
4.30
(1300m)
1. ELIGERE (M S Hibbs) 3c By Choisir - Smytzer’s
Roylani (1:1-0-0): Handily placed when hd win of 8
(1) $17.00 58.0 Olive, Chaminade 1200m M Valley
3yo Mdn Soft(5) Dec 14. Impressive on debut and
can go on with it here.
2. HAWKSHOT (D K Weir) 3g By Fiorente (IR) - Rosa
Perlato (4:1-1-0): Had wide run 3¼ len 7th of 13 (9)
$3.10F 57.0 Vassilator 1400m F’ton LR Anzac Day
Stks Good(3) April 25. Faded late 1¾ len 4th of 13
(9) $4.00F 57.0 Poised To Strike 1200m F’ton 3yo
(Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 22. He will be much better from
first-up run and can win this.
3. FABIAN’S SPIRIT (D K Weir) 3c By Bel Esprit Lacrimosa (NZ) (1:1-0-0): Scored 2¾ len win of 6 (6)
$5.00 58.0 Sir Harald, Don’t Wait 1100m Geelong
3yo Mdn Heavy(9) Dec 15. Dominant win on debut
and looks city class.
4. MAGNOSSIVA (R D Griffiths) 3g By Magnus Tenossiva (4:1-0-1): Showed pace when ¾ len, ¾ len
3rd of 9 (4) $12.00 59.5 Bricktop, Divine Mr Tycoon
1200m Mornington 3yo (Bm64) Good(3) Sept 13.
Only battled late 3½ len 7th of 13 (12) $17.00 56.5
Poised To Strike 1200m F’ton 3yo (Bm70) Soft(5)
Dec 22. Not too bad fresh and will be better from
the run.
5. ROBE DE FETE (R D Griffiths) 3c By Choisir Party Dress (8:2-0-0): No match when 9 len 8th of
9 (2) $17.00 60.0 Star Fall 1000m Racing.Com Park
(Metro) 3yo (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 8. Shifted out near
100m when 2¾ len 6th of 13 (6) $51.00 57.0 Poised
To Strike 1200m F’ton 3yo (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 22.
Place looks best chance in this.
6. RUSHFORD: SCRATCHED
7. HUMZZ: SCRATCHED
8. NO MORE BIDS (M G Price) 3g By Not A Single
Doubt - More Than This (3:1-0-0): Too strong late 1¼
len win of 7 (6) $3.20 56.0 Sikorsky, Finnick 1200m
Geelong Synthetic 3yo+ Mdn Synthetic Aug 17. Well
beaten 6¼ len last of 6 (1) $6.50 55.5 Farooq 1250m
Morphettville Parks 3yo (Bm70) Soft(5) Sept 1. Firstup. Back in easier race fresh and must respect.
9. ANOTHER BIT (John McArdle) 3g By Foxwedge
- Take All Of Me (8:1-0-0): Held ground late 2 len 5th
of 9 (5) $21.00 58.0 Star Fall 1000m Racing.Com
Park (Metro) 3yo (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 8. Not much
room late 8¼ len 11th of 13 (1) $18.00 56.0 Poised
To Strike 1200m F’ton 3yo (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 22.
Comes into this third-up and this a nice race for him.
10. BANGER: SCRATCHED
11. JARMANAGIC (D T O’Brien) 3g By Starspangledbanner - Rosemont Flyer (8:1-0-1): Powered away
late 2 len win of 11 (10) $4.20 58.0 Concrete, Renzulli
1300m Geelong Synthetic 2yo Mdn Synthetic July
20. Only battled 6½ len 6th of 7 (6) $19.00 57.0 Wild
Flyer 1400m C’field Vg Ingot Good(4) July 28. Fitter
for 4¾ len 7th All Up Tee Kay 800m Cranbourne
Training barrier trial Soft(6) Nov 26. Resuming. Has
the ability to be right in this fresh.
12. PRINCESS KAYO (T Busuttin & N Young) 3f By
Tavistock (NZ) - Rio Nugget (NZ) (1:1-0-0): Powered
home late ½ nk win of 12 (11) $9.50 55.0 So Schmick,
Khalon 1200m Bairnsdale 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec
19. Debut win suggests she is city class and look for
bold showing.
RACE 8
5.05
(1300m)
1. AMSCHEL (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 4g By
Testa Rossa - Rothchild (18:4-3-2): Blocked for a run
on straightening when ¾ len 4th of 9 (1) $8.00 59.0
Phoneme 1400m Bendigo (Bm64) Good(4) Nov 27.
Finished too well 1½ len win of 12 (1) $11.00 60.5
Abyssinian, Fully Maxed 1300m Cranbourne (Bm64)
Soft(6) Dec 15. Won in similar company last start and
can win again.
2. HE’S THE BOSS (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 5g
By Street Boss (US) - Lady Liz (10:3-0-1): Not flash
in 7¼ len 6th of 12 (10) $15.00 59.5 Furrion 1700m
Warrnambool (Bm70) Soft(5) May 3. Dropped out
28½ len 11th of 12 (1) $16.00 59.5 Hardington 2025m
Cranbourne (Bm70) Heavy(8) May 18. Strips fitter
for 6¾ len 7th Flirtatious Femme 850m Tatura barrier trial Soft(7) Nov 21. First-up. Drawn awkwardly
and prefer to watch.
3. I AM VINNIE (David & Coral Feek) 4g By I Am
Invincible - Eyes For You (10:2-2-1): Didn’t offer
much when 6 len 8th of 16 (13) $31.00 54.0 Cochada
1600m F’ton Ctry Cup Final Good(4) Nov 8. Ridden
on the speed 1½ len 6th of 8 (1) $13.00 58.5 Critical
Thinking 1440m C’field (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 19. Not
far away in better race at Caulfield. Can win this.
4. WALLACE STREET (B J Goodwin) 4g By Written
Tycoon - Hill Street Blues (10:2-1-5): Hung in and
only battled 5¼ len 7th of 10 (6) $3.50 59.5 Southern Turf 1212m Kyneton Hcp (C1) Good(4) Nov 29.
Finished too well ½ hd win of 11 (7) $4.20 59.0 Triple
Shot, Pretty Bella 1100m Seymour (Bm64) Good(4)
Dec 20. Tough, tenacious on pace win at Seymour
last time out. Keep safe.
5. SILKSTONE (M M Laurie) 4g By Equiano (FR)
- Silkstone Special (10:2-0-1): Failed to fire 8½ len
last of 11 (10) $31.00 58.0 Rox The Castle 1200m M
Valley (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 7. Kept grinding 3 len 5th
of 9 (9) $11.00 60.5 Sir Kalahad 1100m Sale (Bm64)
Good(3) Dec 23. Far from disgraced at Sale at latest.
Place makes best appeal.
6. DISTANT SKY (N A Blackiston) 6g By Starcraft
(NZ) - More Than Adequate (NZ) (29:3-4-4): Found
rivals too strong 5½ len 9th of 14 (14) $16.00 60.5
Vladivostok 1400m Sale (Bm64) Soft(6) July 1. Well
held 3½ len 4th of 7 (6) $14.00 57.0 Makahu Boy
1100m Werribee (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 9. Not too bad
fresh and will be better from the outing.
7. ABERRO (M M Laurie) 4h By All Too Hard - Secret
Cause (12:1-2-1): Kept coming late lg nk, len 3rd of 9
(5) $2.70F 59.5 French Girl, Stryker Queen 1500m
Mornington (Bm64) Good(3) Oct 11. Safely held in
5 len 12th of 14 (6) $9.00 56.5 Royal Order 1700m
Geelong (Bm70) Good(4) Oct 24. Back in easier race
and can sneak a place.
8. ABYSSINIAN (E Jusufovic) 5m By Magic Albert
- Cathead (8:2-2-0): Well held 5½ len 9th of 10 (1)
$6.00 60.0 Silkstone 1117m Moe (Bm64) Soft(6) Nov
22. Finished solidly 1½ len 2nd of 12 (3) $6.50 59.0
Amschel 1300m Cranbourne (Bm64) Soft(6) Dec
15. Let down well from back of the pack to place at
Cranbourne last outing. Not far off a win.
9. SIX SIGMA (D K Weir) 4g By Pierro - Sorority Girl
(NZ) (5:1-2-0): Never close 5¼ len 5th of 10 (6) $6.00
58.5 Cataracta 1200m Sandown-Lakeside 3yo+ Mdn
Soft(5) July 11. BDrove through final stages ½ len win
of 12 (5) $3.10 58.5 Chandon Apparel, Everywhere
Mann 1200m Seymour 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 20.
Powered home from back half to get the money at
Seymour. Watch for him late.
10. NINA RULES (Ms P Hickey) 6m By Dane Shadow - Table Mesa (US) (41:5-4-6): Settled handy when
1½ len 5th of 13 (4) $41.00 56.0 Heir To The Throne
1300m Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 5.
Not much room late 2½ len 6th of 10 (7) $15.00
58.0 Casa De Lago 1200m M Valley 4yo+ M (Bm64)
Soft(5) Dec 14. Did not get the clearest of runs at MV
and would not leave out of multiples.
11. TIN HAT (James Cummings) 3g By Helmet - Syncopated (5:1-1-1): Ran home solidly for ¾ len, sht nk
3rd of 11 (10) $2.35F 57.5 Star Silk, Hochadel 1213m
Sale Hcp (C1) Soft(5) Aug 1. Well held 5¾ len 8th of 11
(9) $4.40 57.0 Declarationofheart 1300m SandownHillside (Bm64) Good(4) Aug 15. Resuming. Ran well
fresh last time in work and has plenty of talent.
12. CATARACTA (C Maher & D Eustace) 4m By Niagara - Precious Maree (NZ) (3:1-1-0): Finished too
well sht ½ hd win of 10 (1) $3.20F 56.5 Can Star, Governor Landy 1200m Sandown-Lakeside 3yo+ Mdn
Soft(5) July 11. On return from break finished 4¼
len 6th of 8 (5) $5.50 56.5 Miss Norway 1000m Sandown-Hillside 4yo+ M (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 12. Much
better from first-up outing and this a winnable race.
13. PEKO (C W Little) 4m By Bel Esprit - Winslet (4:13-0): Chased home late len 2nd of 11 (4) $1.90F 58.0
Kariya 1422m Sale 3yo+ F&M Mdn Good(4) Aug 16.
Handily placed when 1¼ len win of 9 (6) $1.75F 58.0
Stratisfree, Royal Opera 1100m Seymour 3yo+ F&M
Mdn Good(4) Nov 26. Won maiden with something
in hand last start and must include in this.
14. KAPTIVE HERO (R D Griffiths) 5g By Kaphero
- Divine Faith (38:3-11-4): Overraced early stages
when 4¼ len 7th of 16 (3) $10.00 59.5 Moscow Red
1500m Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(4) Aug 15.
Showed pace when first-up 2¼ len, lg hd 3rd of 9 (6)
$3.30F 59.0 My Divas, Leila’s Star 1300m Bendigo
(Bm64) Soft(6) Dec 16. Has speed and will be fitter
from first-up run.
15. ROLLING MOSS (Ms R Kelly) 5g By Moshe Zoeanos (6:1-1-1): Kept fighting when lg nk, 1¼ len
3rd of 8 (3) $26.00 59.0 Wazzenme, Lucky Cat
1200m Mornington Hcp (C1) Soft(5) Dec 18. Held
ground 2¾ len 4th of 9 (2) $16.00 59.0 Sir Kalahad
1100m Sale (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 23. Ran home
respectably at Sale at latest. Outside chance for
multiples.
16. LEILA’S STAR (P A Chow) 4m By Bel Esprit Martina Star (15:2-3-1): Rounded up opposition to
score 2¾ len win of 11 (7) $3.50F 57.0 Big Buddie,
Sea Of Stars 1300m Ararat (Bm58) Good(4) Nov 25.
Found the line intently for 2¼ len 2nd of 9 (7) $5.00
56.0 My Divas 1300m Bendigo (Bm64) Soft(6) Dec
16. Like the way she has been finishing her races and
she can run into a placing.
17. ZAMPERINI: SCRATCHED
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10. REIGN OVER ME (B Joseph & P & M Jones) 4m
By Manhattan Rain - Choisie (12:1-2-1): Blocked for a
run near 400m, inquiry into performance when 2½
len 4th of 9 (2) $4.00 57.0 Gold Touch 1608m Sapphire Coast Mdn Good(4) Dec 3. Laid in in straight
when 1¾ len win of 8 (4) $4.40 55.5 Princess Tabitha, Zamaking 1600m Canberra Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16.
Reeled them in easily to salute at Canberra last time
out. Drawn well. Include among the better chances.
RACE 5
4.38
(1008m)
1. NINKY NONK (9) 59.5
br g 3 Shrapnel — Pinky Ponk (N J Olive)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$24,000
4
2
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
1
—
—
3
Wins
—
—
—
—
2
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1080 (1) 1206 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 50%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 118s4
8TH, 10Aug18 10.1L Canberra Acton Bm60
1280m 59 (Billy Owen 4) 9, Lim 54, 1:14.91
(Last 600m 35.63), Synthetic, Athonis 59.5
1, Dylan’s Deeva 58.5 2, Motime 52.5 3, Btg
$4.60, $4.80 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn. Wide
throughout. Inquiry into performance. Vetted no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --4TH, 17Dec18 3.3L Orange Cls 2 1000m
57.5 (Billy Owen 2) 6, Set weights, 57.51 secs ,
Good(3), Worldly Pleasure 55 1, Bay Of Modena
57 2, Bedtime Stories 54 3, Btg $1.90, $2.10
(fav). 2nd to turn. Slowly away. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
Far from disgraced at Orange first-up.
Strips fitter. Pacy. Worth including.
2. DAMAGIC (10) 58
ch g 6 Magic Albert — Goldam (B Joseph & P &
M Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$49,015
20
2
3
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
20
—
13
5
1
1
Wins
—
1
—
—
1
2nds
—
1
1
1
—
3rds
—
3
2
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 8:0-2-1
Won over: 1080 (1) 1180 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-2-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-3
3rd UP: 3:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 10%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 55
LAST 15 STARTS: 364237s4361175s
7TH, 22Sep17 3.4L Canberra Bm59 1000m
59.5 (S Miller 6) 8, Lim 54, 58.34s ((class record)
Last 600m 34.01), Good(3), Treasure Boss 57
1, Exaggerate 60 2, Simply Striking 56.5 3, Btg
$9.00, $11.00, $9.00 4th to turn. Hampered at
start.
5TH, 09Oct17 1.1L Leeton Cls 2 1150m 59
(S Miller 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:09.84 (Last 600m
36.43), Good(4), Onemore For Mumma 57.5 1,
Sweettalkingwilly 55 2, Attenti Alla Bella 54 3,
Btg $6.50, $8.00, $7.00 led to turn.
--- SPELL --Resumes from long spell. Will need some
luck from a tricky gate. Rough chance for
minors.
3. OLD MARIBO (4) 57
gr g 6 Alert (AR) — Danish Charm (J Rolfe)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,675
29
5
3
7
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
29
4
13
7
5
—
Wins
2
1
1
1
—
2nds
1
1
—
1
—
3rds
—
5
2
—
—
TRACK: 5:0-0-3
DIST: 14:1-2-3
Won over: 800 (1) 975 (1) 1100 (1) 1200 (2)
1st UP: 4:0-0-1
2nd UP: 4:0-0-2
3rd UP: 4:0-1-0
4th UP: 4:0-0-2
WIN: 17.2%
PLACE: 51.7%
RTG: 53
LAST 15 STARTS: 78231311s635623
2ND, 08Dec18 lng hd, sht nck Cooma Bm45
1000m 62.5 (A Kajiya 3) 7, Lim 58, 54.84s
(Last 600m 32.79), Firm(2), Beaut Bopa 59.5 1,
Sergeant Sam 58 3, Unruly Student 58.5 4, Btg
$10.00 .
3RD, 26Dec18 lng nck, 1L Sapphire Coast
Bm58 1008m 56 (Ms A Borg 1) 5, Lim 54, 58.35s
(Last 600m 35.56), Good(4), Aidan Anthony 54
1, Chaste Angel 54.5 2, Unruly Student 54 4, Btg
$2.00 (fav). .
Honest customer. No match for winner
but kept on for the minor spoils here at
latest. Front-running. Good draw. Among
the dangers.
4. KOPAONIK (5) 54.5
b m 6 Shinzig — Princess Dani (Mick Miladinovic)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$63,150
28
2
4
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
28
—
17
—
1
10
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
4
3rds
—
3
—
—
1
TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 3:1-0-1
Won over: 1010 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-1
3rd UP: 3:1-0-1
4th UP: 3:0-1-1
WIN: 7.1%
PLACE: 35.7%
RTG: 52
LAST 15 STARTS: 47s149D6077822s
2ND, 24Aug18 0.8L, 0.5L Canberra Acton
Bm58 1206m 52 (Ms C Gravener 6) 11, Lim
55, 1:10.41 (Last 600m 35.83), Synthetic, Ons
Vier 54.5 1, Marzena 56 3, Upper House 57.5
4, Btg $21.00 Last to 800m, 8th turn. Wide
throughout.
2ND, 07Sep18 1.5L, 1.5L Canberra Acton Bm55
1280m 54 (Ms C Gravener 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:16.27
(Last 600m 35.89), Synthetic, Ons Vier 58 1,
Alba Gu Brath 58.5 3, Vella Lonchick 55 4, Btg
$8.50, $10.00 5th to turn. Wide throughout.
--- SPELL --First-up. Won in BM55 company at
Moruya first-up last campaign. Should be
competitive.
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
5. SMART REMARK (2) 54.5
b g 6 Oratorio (IR) — Remarkable Girl (Steven
Cummins)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$67,090
30
1
9
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
30
1
23
6
—
—
Wins
—
—
1
—
—
2nds
1
6
2
—
—
3rds
—
4
1
—
—
TRACK: 5:0-1-2
DIST: 10:1-4-1
Won over: 1000 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-3-0
2nd UP: 5:0-0-2
3rd UP: 5:1-0-1
4th UP: 5:0-3-0
WIN: 3.3%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 48
LAST 15 STARTS: 542946s23122322
2ND, 13Nov18 1/2 nck, 0.8L Queanbeyan
C,H&G’s Bm50 1200m 57 (Ms C Gravener 5) 10,
Lim 55, 1:09.39 (Last 600m 35.59), Firm(2), The
Blues Brother 58 1, Excitable 58.5 3, Fioravanti
61 4, Btg $5.50, $4.80, $5.00 5th to 800m, 3rd
turn. Struck interference at start.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 23Dec18 1/2 hd, 0.5L Moruya Cls 1 1010m
56 (Billy Owen 4) 10, Lim 54, 59.14s (Last 600m
34.21), Soft(6), Banter 59.5 1, Denesc 56.5 3,
Zardoro 59.5 4, Btg $8.00, $7.50, $9.00 2nd
throughout.
Prominent and showed plenty of fight at
Moruya last start. Nice gate. Right in this.
6. ONSETTLING DOWN (1) 54
b g 3 Delago Deluxe — Kariz (M Petrovic)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$17,930
7
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
2
3
1
—
1
Wins
1
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 28.6%
RTG: 50
LAST 15 STARTS: 6552s179
7TH, 13Nov18 6.7L Queanbeyan C,H&G’s
Bm50 1200m 61 (M A Cahill 2) 10, Lim 55, 1:09.39
(Last 600m 35.59), Firm(2), The Blues Brother
58 1, Smart Remark 57 2, Excitable 58.5 3, Btg
$3.00, $4.60 (fav). 2nd to turn. Slowly away.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 23Dec18 6.5L Moruya Cls 1 1010m 55 (P
Scorse 1) 10, Lim 54, 59.14s (Last 600m 34.21),
Soft(6), Banter 59.5 1, Smart Remark 56 2,
Denesc 56.5 3, Btg $13.00, $21.00 5th to 800m,
6th turn.
Just battled home in weaker class at
Moruya last outing. Up in class. Prefer
others.
7. LAURIZ (6) 54
b/br m 6 Zariz — Laura’s Luskin (R H Kimber)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$21,900
18
2
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
18
—
13
5
—
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 13:2-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1208 (2)
1st UP: 5:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 11.1%
PLACE: 11.1%
RTG: 47
LAST 15 STARTS: 97s164008409s81
8TH, 03Dec18 6.5L Sapphire Coast Cls 1
1208m 54.5 including 0.5 over (S Miller 5) 10,
Lim 54, 1:10.25 (Last 600m 35.77), Good(4),
Trumbo 59.5 1, Revitup Rednut 59 2, Ethanicity
58.5 3, Btg $101.00, $21.00 5th to 800m, 6th
turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 26Dec18 2.8L, 1.5L Sapphire Coast
Cls 3 1208m 55.5 (B Ward 2) 4, Lim 54.5, 1:11.19
(Last 600m 36.04), Good(4), Depreciation 57
2, Melomane 54.5 3, That’s The Ticket 59 4, Btg
$2.35 (fav). .
Commanding on-pace winner in stronger
company here last time out. Easier here.
Getting fitter. Has raced well this track
previously. Looks one of the main chances.
8. SUNDAY HUSTLER (7) 54
ch m 5 Hussonet (US) — Sundays Girl (Ms L
Bundy)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$39,695
26
1
3
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
—
20
4
2
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 8:1-0-1
DIST: 5:0-0-1
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 6:0-0-1
2nd UP: 5:0-0-1
3rd UP: 5:0-1-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 3.8%
PLACE: 26.9%
RTG: 46
LAST 15 STARTS: 428215855s975s5
5TH, 19Aug18 2.3L Moruya Cls 3 1020m 52.5
(A Sweeney 8) 11, Lim 54, 59.76s (Last 600m
34.75), Good(4), Malachi Crunch 52.5 1, Lord
Boulevard 55.5 2, Smooth Tycoon 61 3, Btg
$13.00, $17.00, $13.00 7th to turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 23Dec18 2.1L Moruya Cls 1 1010m 54
(Ms J Taylor 6) 10, Lim 54, 59.14s (Last 600m
34.21), Soft(6), Banter 59.5 1, Smart Remark
56 2, Denesc 56.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00 9th to
800m, 8th turn.
Wasn’t all that far away at Moruya firstup. Nicely weighted. Fitter. Keep in mind.
9. THAT’S THE TICKET (3) 54
b g 5 Tickets — Sentimental Song (Becky Byrne)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$56,250
26
2
4
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
3
13
6
2
2
Wins
—
1
—
1
—
2nds
1
2
1
—
—
3rds
1
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 8:2-0-0
DIST: 9:0-3-0
Won over: 1200 (2)
1st UP: 4:0-2-0
2nd UP: 3:1-1-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 7.7%
PLACE: 30.8%
RTG: 45
LAST 15 STARTS: 267570449355524
2ND, 08Dec18 nck, 0.5L Cooma Bm50
1200m 57 (Ms C Gravener 9) 9, Lim 54, 1:08.69
(Last 600m 34.19), Firm(2), Chaste Angel 56.5 1,
County Limerick 55 3, Exceptional Rhythm 60.5
4, Btg $7.00 .
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LAST, 26Dec18 5.4L Sapphire Coast Cls
3 1208m 59 (G Castillo 3) 4, Lim 54.5, 1:11.19
(Last 600m 36.04), Good(4), Lauriz 55.5 1,
Depreciation 57 2, Melomane 54.5 3, Btg $3.20 .
Coming off a modest run in stronger
event here at latest. Has a light weight.
Races well on this track. Decent alley. Not
the roughest.
10. TREATY OF PARIS (8) 54
b g 6 Duke Of Marmalade (IR) — Shantung (R
Gillahan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$23,033
45
3
3
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
45
1
29
11
2
2
Wins
1
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 4:0-0-0
DIST: 4:1-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1600 (2)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 6.7%
PLACE: 13.3%
RTG: 34
LAST 15 STARTS: 815097087068s09
12TH, 19Dec18 9.7L Bairnsdale Bm58 1200m
54 (Ms C Hall 9) 13, Lim 54, 1:11.58 , Good(4),
Infernal 59 1, Perfect Command 61 2, No
Nonsense Ned 58 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00 12th
throughout.
LAST, 28Dec18 8.8L Bairnsdale Bm58 1600m
54 (Ms C Hall 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:39.85 , Good(4), Tip
Rat 56.5 1, My Shu Mai 58 2, Johny Marg 58 3,
Btg $61.00, $101.00 6th settling, 7th 1200m,
8th 800m, 7th turn.
Couldn’t show a turn of foot this level at
Bairnsdale last start. Doesn’t look likely.
RACE 6
5.13
(1208m)
1. BANJA LUKA (4) 59
b g 4 Zariz — Banya Luka Babe (Mick Miladinovic)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$11,325
10
—
—
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
10
1
7
—
—
2
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
4
—
—
—
TRACK: 3:0-0-3
DIST: 2:0-0-1
1st UP: 3:0-0-2
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-2
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 40%
LAST 15 STARTS: 68s34357s373
7TH, 13Nov18 5.3L Queanbeyan Mdn 900m
57 (Billy Owen 6) 9, Lim 56.5, 51.17s (Last 600m
33.16), Firm(2), Quiano Queen 57 1, Wild Soul
56.5 2, Cosmic Deluxe 57 3, Btg $3.50, $3.20
3rd to turn. Wide throughout. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
3RD, 03Dec18 1.8L, 1.3L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1208m 56.5 (Billy Owen 2) 13, Lim 56.5, 1:10.78
(Last 600m 35.39), Good(4), Run Like A Rebel
56.5 1, Tipta Josie 58.5 2, Moore Euros 59 4, Btg
$7.00, $9.00, $8.50 4th to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Kept working to line here
last outing. Drawn to ge a nice run. Must be
considered.
2. I AM RUSH (10) 59
b/br g 5 I Am Invincible — Whirled (Michael
Gatty)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2900
3
—
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
2
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 87s3
7TH, 27May18 9.4L Goulburn C,H&G’s Mdn
1300m 59 (B Ryan 12) 13, Lim 55, 1:16.60 (Last
600m 35.73), Good(4), Morpheus 56.5 1, Uno
That 56 2, My Blue Jeans 58 3, Btg $41.00, $31.00,
$81.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --3RD, 23Dec18 1.3L, 1L Moruya Mdn 920m 57
(A Layt 11) 12, Lim 55, 53.42s (Last 600m 34.16),
Soft(6), Exceed The Night 58 1, None So Bright
58 2, Philip 57.5 4, Btg $31.00, $26.00 5th to
turn.
Failed to threaten in initial campaign but
indicated improvement at first run back.
Will only be fitter. Major player.
3. LUCKY DRAGON (9) 59
b/br g 5 Pendragon (NZ) — Mencik (C G Smith)
LAST 15 STARTS:
7TH, 16Dec18 3.4L Canberra Btria 900m, (P
Scorse 7) 9, Catch weights, 53.86 secs (Last
600m 34.21), Track Soft(6), John Boy 1, No More
Drinks 2, Al Mah Haha 3,
Trials: (1:0-0-0). Unplaced in only trial.
Drawn off the track. Educated here. Use
betting as a further guide.
4. RULER OF ALL (6) 59
b g 4 Skilled — Castles (Aaron Clarke)
LAST 15 STARTS:
4TH, 10Sep18 3.4L Queanbeyan Btria 900m,
(Ellen Hennessy 4) 4, Catch weights, 54.50 secs
(Last 600m 34.91), Track Good(4), Tag And
Release 1, Youthful Euphoria 2, Illinois Guru 3,
Trials: (1:0-0-0). Market holds the key.
5. SONOFALOOKA (2) 59
b g 6 Zariz — Armagoodlooka (W A Mathie)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$—
1
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
—
—
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 0
11TH, 23Dec18 11.2L Moruya Mdn 920m 59 (B
Ward 9) 12, Lim 55, 53.42s (Last 600m 34.16),
Soft(6), Exceed The Night 58 1, None So Bright
58 2, I Am Rush 57 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00 6th
to turn.
Didn’t show much fight at debut. A win
would surprise.
6. BOSTON IVY (3) 57
b m 4 Squamosa — Sixteen Candles (B Joseph &
P & M Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$12,855
9
—
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
5
1
2
1
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
1
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 5:0-2-1
DIST: 5:0-2-2
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
PLACE: 44.4%
LAST 15 STARTS: 42334s2750s
5TH, 13Jul18 5L Canberra Acton Mdn 1280m
58 (C Reith 7) 11, Lim 55.5, 1:15.50 (Last 600m
36.32), Synthetic, St Gallen 53.5 1, Chandon
Kisses 53.5 2, Lucid Kiss 55.5 3, Btg $4.00, $4.20,
$3.80 4th to turn.
11TH, 29Jul18 11.3L Sapphire Coast Cls 1
1608m 52.5 (A Sweeney 1) 12, Set weights,
1:38.54 (Last 600m 38.10), Good(4), Ollie The
Third 59 1, Dashtorush 55 2, Mr Beasley 56.5
3, Btg $6.00, $6.50, $6.00 3rd to 1200m, 6th
800m, 8th turn.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Place appeal only.
7. DANCE RIPPER (5) 57
b/br m 4 Bull Ripper — Danesalsa (Aaron Clarke)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2385
5
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
2
—
1
2
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 66040s
4TH, 29Jul18 4.4L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1408m 57 (M Travers 14) 14, Set weights, 1:25.79
(Last 600m 37.33), Good(4), City Of Shadows
57 1, Beersheba Lass 57 2, Sparman 59 3, Btg
$81.00, $101.00 2nd settling, led turn.
10TH, 10Aug18 8.7L Canberra Acton Mdn
1280m 55 (M Travers 4) 11, Lim 55, 1:15.62
(Last 600m 36.20), Synthetic, Breezesun 59
1, Trapper Tom 58 2, Sarzana 56 3, Btg $26.00,
$21.00, $26.00 8th to 800m, 10th turn. vet
examination.
--- SPELL --First-up. Looks tested.
8. HEAVEN ON EARTH (1) 57
b m 4 Statue Of Liberty (US) — Pray To God (K
Dryden & S Collings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$6805
8
—
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
—
4
3
—
1
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 3:0-1-0
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 12.5%
LAST 15 STARTS: 69s40450s2
12TH, 19Aug18 7.2L Moruya Mdn 1310m 57
(Ms W Costin 10) 14, Set weights, 1:18.85 (Last
600m 36.70), Good(4), Ultraviolet 57 1, Gorush
Lightning 59 2, Eurosay 56.5 3, Btg $31.00,
$41.00, $31.00 12th to 800m, 11th turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 16Dec18 0.8L, 1L Canberra Mdn 1200m
55 (B Mc Dougall 8) 12, Lim 55, 1:12.72 (Last
600m 36.04), Soft(6), Aroha Diamond 53 1,
Farthing Wood 56 3, Sugar Pine 59 4, Btg $21.00,
$17.00 9th to 800m, 8th turn. Blocked for a run
on straightening. Blocked for a run near 200m.
Closed from well back to fill the minors at
Canberra first-up. Strips fitter. Good gate.
Rates highly.
9. BETTER NOT RAIN (7) 55.5
b f 3 Manhattan Rain — Amazing Spirit (NZ)
(Michelle Ritchie)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$725
3
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
2
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s49
LAST, 06Nov18 3.8L Nowra Mdn 1000m 55.5
(Troy Phillips 2) 4, Set weights, 59.28s (Last
600m 34.57), Good(3), Dollson 57.5 1, Quandary
Lass 55.5 2, Reactive Passion 55.5 3, Btg $2.25 .
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 09Dec18 3.4L Nowra 2nd F&M’s Mdn
1100m 54.5 (Troy Phillips 7) 12, Lim 54, 1:03.41
(Last 600m 34.82), Good(4), Sestina 55.5 1,
Smelting 57 including 0.5 over 2, Starchild 55
3, Btg $71.00, $101.00 5th to 800m, 6th turn.
Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Not likely.
10. STAR EAGLE (8) 55.5
ch f 3 Magic Albert — Star Class Eagle (Donna
Grisedale)
LAST 15 STARTS:
2ND, 19Dec18 sht nck, 2L Kembla Grange
Btria 800m, (Jean Van Overmeire 2) 6, Catch
weights, 47.57 secs (Last 600m 34.07), Track
Good(4), Eberlee 1, Misty Brook 3, Armani Blaze
4,
Trials: (1:0-1-0). Has shown enough at the
trials. Bears close watching.
RACE 7
5.50
(1408m)
1. CALL THE CLOCK (10) 59
b g 5 Al Samer — De Angel (C Hensler)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$12,490
17
—
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
2
10
3
1
1
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
1
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 3:0-1-1
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 23.5%
LAST 15 STARTS: 477045520792363
6TH, 03Dec18 4.6L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1608m 57 (Josh Richards 1) 9, Set weights,
1:39.02 (Last 600m 36.34), Good(4), Gold
Touch 54 1, Mickey Jay 59 2, Dark Alibi 55.5 3,
Btg $21.00 2nd settling, led to 800m, 4th turn.
3RD, 08Dec18 0.8L, 0.5L Cooma Mdn 1400m
56.5 (Ms M Kinny 6) 8, Lim 56.5, 1:21.82 (Last
600m 36.29), Firm(2), Save A Match 56.5 1,
Trapper Tom 56 2, Sheboygan 56.5 4, Btg $5.00 .
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Solid on-pace performance at
Cooma at latest. Rates highly.
2. DRAGON’S BLOOD (4) 59
ch g 4 Hidden Dragon — Pikelet (Richard Butler)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$3690
7
—
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
6
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-0-1
DIST: 2:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 14.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 093s6759s
5TH, 12Aug18 4.7L Wagga Mdn 1600m 56.5
(Ms K Nisbet 6) 9, Lim 56.5, 1:39.06 (Last 600m
35.38), Soft(5), Dottledo 57 1, Minnamosa 58.5 2,
Turf Diva 56.5 3, Btg $5.50, $6.00 6th to 800m,
5th turn. Overraced early, middle stages.
LAST, 25Aug18 17.8L Newcastle Mdn 1885m
59 (C Lever 1) 9, Set weights, 1:56.98 (Last 600m
35.25), Good(3), Iron Duke 59 1, Decapitor 59 2,
Broadlea 57 3, Btg $51.00, $61.00 4th to 800m,
8th turn. Overraced early, middle stages.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Formerly with E & L Longmire.
Drawn favourably. Each-way chance.
3. LUGA LAD (2) 59
ch g 4 Purrealist — Deluga Lass (N J Olive)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$24,130
17
—
4
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
1
13
2
—
1
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
1
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
4
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-0-1
DIST: 5:0-1-1
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-1
PLACE: 47.1%
LAST 15 STARTS: 03392426s632235
3RD, 11Dec18 3L, 0.5L Wagga Mdn 1400m 59
(B Ward 11) 13, Set weights, 1:23.44 (Last 600m
35.97), Good(3), Fox Beat 59 1, Bianbarnie 59 2,
Layercake 55.5 4, Btg $4.60, $5.00, $4.80 8th to
800m, 7th turn.
5TH, 24Dec18 3.5L Wagga Mdn 1400m 59 (B
Ward 10) 14, Set weights, 1:23.52 (Last 600m
34.73), Good(3), Bianbarnie 59 1, Starskin 55.5
2, Stratum’s Rose 55.5 3, Btg $4.00, $6.00 4th
settling, 7th 800m, 8th turn. Overraced early,
middle stages.
Ran home respectably at Wagga last
start. Drawn to receive every chance.
Strong claims.
4. MR DREAMY (1) 57.5
bl/gr g 3 Dream Ballad — Grand Strike (Ms L
Morrison)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$625
2
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
—
2
—
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 60
LAST, 06Nov18 2.9L Moruya Mdn 920m 58.5
including 1 over (N Perryman 3) 6, Set weights,
54.10s (Last 600m 35.13), Good(4), All Bear 59
1, Marlayter 57.5 including 0.5 over 2, The Pilbara
53 3, Btg $2.35 (fav). .
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 30Nov18 19.4L Canberra Mdn 1000m
55.5 (S Guymer 9) 10, Lim 54.5, 58.63s (Last
600m 34.36), Good(4), Hylonome 56.5 1,
Fabulous Fran 54.5 2, Exceed The Night 57.5
3, Btg $81.00, $101.00 4th to 800m, 7th turn.
Wide throughout. Hampered on straightening.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Went to line evenly at
Canberra last outing. Hard to make a case
for.
5. SAMARA’S CHOICE (5) 57.5
gr g 3 The Factor (US) — Our Miss Donovan (B
Joseph & P & M Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$900
3
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
3
—
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 78s0
8TH, 16May18 9L Warwick Farm 2yo Rst
1400m 55 (C Reith 7) 10, Lim 53, 1:24.12 (Last
600m 35.17), Good(4), Pembroke Castle 57.5
1, Commander 56 2, Tarka 56.5 3, Btg $51.00,
$101.00 Last to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- SPELL --11TH, 11Dec18 9.7L Wagga Mdn 1400m 57.5
(S Miller 1) 13, Set weights, 1:23.44 (Last 600m
35.97), Good(3), Fox Beat 59 1, Bianbarnie 59 2,
Luga Lad 59 3, Btg $21.00, $15.00 11th to 800m,
9th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Lacked a pick-up and only
plugged to line at Wagga first-up. Unlikely
to trouble these.
6. ACCIPITRIDAE (9) 57
ch m 4 Star Witness — Wings Of Prey (R & L
Clarke)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$500
2
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
—
1
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 90
9TH, 03Dec18 11.2L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1208m 58.5 (M Travers 3) 13, Lim 56.5, 1:10.78
(Last 600m 35.39), Good(4), Run Like A Rebel
56.5 1, Tipta Josie 58.5 2, Banja Luka 56.5 3, Btg
$51.00, $31.00, $41.00 Last to turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Overraced early, middle stages.
Checked near 800m.
LAST, 23Dec18 9L Moruya Mdn 1300m 57 (M
Travers 6) 14, Set weights, 1:18.29 (Last 600m
36.71), Soft(6), Budderoo Prince 57.5 1, Pinetti 59
2, Clergyman 57.5 3, Btg $151.00, $101.00 8th to
800m, 9th turn. Laid out throughout.
Failed to make an impression in same
class at Moruya last time out. Tough alley.
Not expected to threaten.
RACING 35
7. FOREVERLY (6) 57
b m 4 Beautiful Crown (US) — Sutton Princess
(S Vella)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2455
7
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
6
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 40s989s50
5TH, 09Dec18 1.8L Nowra 1st F&M’s Mdn
1100m 54 (S Guymer 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:03.53 (Last
600m 34.73), Good(4), Swidini 57.5 1, Rose Of
War 56 2, Single Zero 54 3, Btg $71.00, $101.00,
$81.00 9th to 800m, 8th turn.
12TH, 23Dec18 7.2L Moruya Mdn 1300m 57
(B Ward 9) 14, Set weights, 1:18.29 (Last 600m
36.71), Soft(6), Budderoo Prince 57.5 1, Pinetti 59
2, Clergyman 57.5 3, Btg $61.00, $101.00, $81.00
11th to 800m, 12th turn.
Was safely held at Moruya at latest. This
looks too hard.
8. LADY JULIANA (3) 57
b m 5 Canny Show — Sunsation (Ms L Bundy)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1120
3
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
2
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 659s
5TH, 10Jun18 7.8L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1400m 59 (Ms K Nisbet 1) 9, Lim 58, 1:26.86
(Last 600m 37.05), Soft(7), Tsunami Alert 58.5 1,
Graceful Gift 58 2, Extra Cool 58 3, Btg $26.00,
$21.00, $26.00 Last to turn. Checked near
1000m.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 16Jul18 12.9L Moruya Mdn 1660m 57
(R Bensley 5) 9, Set weights, 1:42.10 (Last 600m
36.22), Good(4), Isadora Twinkle 57 1, Orchestral
Lass 57 2, Supa Hong Kong 59 3, Btg $21.00,
$31.00 7th to 1200m, Last to turn.
--- SPELL --First-up. Expect long odds.
9. STAR CASH (8) 57
b m 4 Star Witness — Kitty Cash (R & L Clarke)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$7600
5
—
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
3
2
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-1-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 40%
LAST 15 STARTS: 02374
7TH, 03Dec18 4.7L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1608m 57 (S Guymer 6) 9, Set weights, 1:39.02
(Last 600m 36.34), Good(4), Gold Touch 54 1,
Mickey Jay 59 2, Dark Alibi 55.5 3, Btg $6.00,
$5.00, $5.50 led settling, 2nd to turn.
4TH, 23Dec18 .8 L Moruya Mdn 1300m 55.5
(R Dolan 13) 14, Set weights, 1:18.29 (Last 600m
36.71), Soft(6), Budderoo Prince 57.5 1, Pinetti 59
2, Clergyman 57.5 3, Btg $26.00, $12.00, $16.00
led to 800m, 2nd turn. Hampered concluding
stages.
Wasn’t all that far away at Moruya last
start. One of the major players.
10. LARMOUR (7) 55.5
b f 3 Sizzling — Irish Teardrop (N J Olive)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$800
2
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
—
1
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s0
10TH, 24Jun18 11.4L Wagga 2yo Open 1200m
54.5 (R Bensley 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:11.66 (Last 600m
35.12), Soft(5), Sunday Poet 58.5 1, Acton Shale
59 2, Stratum’s Rose 54.5 3, Btg $21.00, $41.00
8th to 800m, 7th turn. Hampered near 400m.
--- SPELL --10TH, 11Dec18 6.5L Wagga Mdn 1200m 55 (B
Ryan 10) 13, Lim 55, 1:10.95 (Last 600m 35.18),
Good(3), Miss Crompton 56 1, Katatonic 58 2,
Coolyboss 56 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00 Last to turn.
Struck interference at start.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Went to line only fairly in
same company at Wagga first-up. Others
better.
11. MONEGAL (11) 55.5
ch f 3 Lope De Vega (IR) — Sublissime (IR) (Ms
T Bateup)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$6020
5
—
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
1
2
2
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-1-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 20%
LAST 15 STARTS: 702s50
5TH, 01Dec18 3.3L Kembla Grange Mdn
1200m 55.5 (Ms J Taylor 3) 12, Set weights,
1:10.83 (Last 600m 34.54), Heavy(8), On The
Top 57.5 1, Belle Of Clonmel 57 2, Micks New
Chick 57 3, Btg $21.00, $11.00 9th to 800m, 8th
turn. Slowly away.
LAST, 20Dec18 4L Goulburn 3yo Mdn 1300m
57 (Ms J Taylor 2) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.42 (Last 600m
36.85), Good(4), Couru 56 1, Mr Costigan 55 2,
Storm Attack 56.5 3, Btg $7.50, $9.00 9th to
800m, 10th turn. Checked near 400m.
Battled on fairly at Goulburn last
outing. Needs luck from out there. Drops
in grade and gets the chance to be more
competitive. Outside chance for multiples.
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»Daily Double: Races 5 and 7
»Early Quaddie: 1, 2, 3, 4
»Quaddie: 4, 5, 6, 7
»TAB First 4: All races
RACE 1 Tathra Beach Apartments
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
FORM
38115
s6s81
77576
36330
3.
EQ1
4.
HORSE
DRAW
COOLAMINE tw
3
THE POTATO PONTIFF t 2
DON’T SHOOT dw
1
HILLTOP HOOD
4
TRAINER
G Boucher
R J Howes
R Gillahan
M J Smith
JOCKEY
Ms C Gravener (a2)
B Ward
A Sweeney (a1.5)
B Owen (a)
WGT
58.5 $2.70
58
*1.50
56.5 6.50
54.5 17.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Coolamine blocked for run in straight CAB Dec 16. 3. Don’t Shoot ran
wide middle stages, lost a plate BAI Dec 28. 4. Hilltop Hood wide throughout GOU Dec 20.
RACE 2 Tathra Beach Tathra Cup
1008m 2.53
Benchmark 58. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
FORM
31134
46514
80862
46117
s7536
2109s
28383
3.
4.
5.
6.
HORSE
DRAW
LIVING DOLL cd
3
NEWTOWN IS COMING w 6
HALLIDAY ROAD tcw
4
CERTAIN RICHES td
2
DENMAN FLYER cw
7
SHEOAK cdw
1
TIME OF HER LIFE dw
5
EQ2
Adam Sherry
Stephen Rodgers
1
2 THE POTATO PONTIFF
1 Coolamine
3 Don’t Shoot
4 Hilltop Hood
1 COOLAMINE
2 The Potato Pontiff
3 Don’t Shoot
4 Hilltop Hood
4 HILLTOP HOOD
1 Coolamine
2 The Potato Pontiff
3 Don’t Shoot
2 THE POTATO PONTIFF
1 Coolamine
4 Hilltop Hood
3 Don’t Shoot
2 THE POTATO PONTIFF
1 Coolamine
3 Don’t Shoot
4 Hilltop Hood
2
2 xNEWTOWN IS COMING
1 Living Doll
3 Halliday Road
4 Certain Riches
1 LIVING DOLL
3 Halliday Road
2 Newtown Is Coming
7 Time Of Her Life
1 xxLIVING DOLL
5 Denman Flyer
6 Sheoak
3 Halliday Road
1 LIVING DOLL
3 Halliday Road
2 Newtown Is Coming
7 Time Of Her Life
3 HALLIDAY ROAD
1 Living Doll
2 Newtown Is Coming
7 Time Of Her Life
3
3 LE SACRE BLUR
1 Balansa
5 The Blues Brother
4 Reliant
1 BALANSA
3 Le Sacre Blur
5 The Blues Brother
8 Abington Threat
1 BALANSA
3 Le Sacre Blur
4 Reliant
5 The Blues Brother
5 THE BLUES BROTHER
8 Abington Threat
3 Le Sacre Blur
1 Balansa
8 ABINGTON THREAT
3 Le Sacre Blur
5 The Blues Brother
1 Balansa
4
8 GEORGIAN COURT
10 Reign Over Me
1 Bendethera
4 Imanacheeva
8 GEORGIAN COURT
10 Reign Over Me
1 Bendethera
7 The Costa Dreams
1 BENDETHERA
10 Reign Over Me
2 Dance Harder Son
3 Dashtorush
10 REIGN OVER ME
8 Georgian Court
9 Little Clanga
1 Bendethera
10 REIGN OVER ME
8 Georgian Court
1 Bendethera
9 Little Clanga
5
5 xxSMART REMARK
3 Old Maribo
1 Ninky Nonk
2 Damagic
7 xxxLAURIZ
4 Kopaonik
9 That’s The Ticket
3 Old Maribo
8 SUNDAY HUSTLER
1 Ninky Nonk
2 Damagic
4 Kopaonik
7 LAURIZ
1 Ninky Nonk
3 Old Maribo
5 Smart Remark
7 LAURIZ
5 Smart Remark
3 Old Maribo
4 Kopaonik
6
8 HEAVEN ON EARTH
2 I Am Rush
10 Star Eagle
6 Boston Ivy
8 xxHEAVEN ON EARTH
1 Banja Luka
10 Star Eagle
6 Boston Ivy
3 xLUCKY DRAGON
10 Star Eagle
1 Banja Luka
6 Boston Ivy
8 HEAVEN ON EARTH
2 I Am Rush
1 Banja Luka
10 Star Eagle
8 HEAVEN ON EARTH
10 Star Eagle
1 Banja Luka
2 I Am Rush
7
3 xxxLUGA LAD
9 Star Cash
1 Call The Clock
8 Lady Juliana
9 xSTAR CASH
11 Monegal
3 Luga Lad
1 Call The Clock
11 xxxMONEGAL
3 Luga Lad
9 Star Cash
8 Lady Juliana
9 STAR CASH
1 Call The Clock
11 Monegal
3 Luga Lad
9 STAR CASH
1 Call The Clock
3 Luga Lad
2 Dragon’s Blood
7.
TRAINER
Natalie Jarvis
E & L Longmire
Ms T Bateup
Becky Byrne
S A Stephens
Aaron Clarke
J Rolfe
JOCKEY
P Scorse (a1.5)
Ms K Nisbet
B Ryan (a)
Ms C Gravener (a2)
Ms M Kinny
R Bensley
Ms J Taylor
WGT
62
61.5
59
58.5
57.5
57.5
54
*3.50
5.00
*3.50
8.00
15.00
11.00
5.00
RACE 6 Little Bottler Tathra Plate
1608m 3.28
Benchmark 66. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FORM
53s40
4s090
2363s
19835
81219
64060
71438
43331
3.
4.
5.
6.
HORSE
DRAW
BALANSA db
4
CATCH THE CULPRIT td 8
LE SACRE BLUR d
5
RELIANT w
7
THE BLUES BROTHER cdw 2
TIPTA TANTIVY cw
3
GRASP tcdw
6
ABINGTON THREAT d
1
7.
EQ3
8.
TRAINER
K Dryden & S Collings
J M Cleary
B Joseph & P & M Jones
N J Olive
S A Stephens
W A Mathie
Jamie Stewart
G Boucher
JOCKEY
P Scorse (a1.5)
SCRATCHED
B Ward
B Owen (a)
Ms M Kinny
Ms J Taylor
Ms K Nisbet
Ms C Gravener (a2)
WGT
61.5 5.00
58.5
—
57.5 4.00
56
9.00
56
4.00
54
17.00
54
21.00
54
*3.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Balansa vetted - no abnormalities CAB Dec 16. 2. Catch The Culprit slowly away, hampered near 100m MOY Dec 23. 4. Reliant eased near 800m WAG Dec 24.
RACE 4 Kim Poso Properties Plate
1608m 4.03
EQ4
Class 1. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3.
4.
5.
6.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
67043 BENDETHERA
5
87499 DANCE HARDER SON
7
19400 DASHTORUSH
3
s4248 IMANACHEEVA
6
60s00 KALOOKI c
2
17s0 OSCAR CRANACH w
9
14705tTHE COSTA DREAMS
10
40392 GEORGIAN COURT w
4
43493tLITTLE CLANGA
8
34741sREIGN OVER ME dw
1
7.
8.
TRAINER
Jayden Minehan
Ms L Bundy
Michael Gatty
Rob Potter
W A Mathie
K Dryden & S Collings
N J Osborne
Natalie Jarvis
Ms W Heise
B Joseph & P & M Jones
9.
10.
JOCKEY
B Owen (a)
Ms C Gravener (a2)
B Ryan (a)
R Bensley
P Scorse (a1.5)
B Ward
A Sweeney (a1.5)
Ms J Taylor
S Miller
Ms K Nisbet
WGT
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
57
57
57
4.60
17.00
21.00
26.00
26.00
17.00
11.00
*3.80
4.60
*3.80
STEWARDS REPORT: 4. Imanacheeva rider - didn’t handle going CAB Dec 28. 5. Kalooki overraced early, middle stages MOY Dec 23. 10. Reign Over Me laid in in straight CAB Dec 16.
RACE 5 Buildcert Handicap
1008m 4.38
Class 2. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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FORM HORSE
DRAW
118s4 NINKY NONK b Ⓑ
9
1175s DAMAGIC
10
35623 OLD MARIBO dwb
4
7822s KOPAONIK d
5
22322sSMART REMARK dw
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2s179sONSETTLING DOWN d
1
09s81tLAURIZ th
6
975s5sSUNDAY HUSTLER t
7
55524tTHAT’S THE TICKET tw 3
68s09 TREATY OF PARIS d
8
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TRAINER
N J Olive
B Joseph & P & M Jones
J Rolfe
Mick Miladinovic
Steven Cummins
M Petrovic
R H Kimber
Ms L Bundy
Becky Byrne
R Gillahan
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JOCKEY
B Owen (a)
S Miller
M Travers
Ms C Gravener (a2)
R Bensley
Ms K Nisbet
B Ward
Ms J Taylor
P Scorse (a1.5)
A Sweeney (a1.5)
WGT
59.5
58
57
54.5
54.5
54
54
54
54
54
8.00
17.00
5.50
6.50
5.00
41.00
*3.50
7.00
9.00
101.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Ninky Nonk slowly away, vetted - no abnormalities ORA Dec 17.
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1208m
5.13
RACE 7 Itz Gunna B Big 2 Day Plate
1408m 5.50
Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
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STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Newtown Is Coming inquiry into performance, poor post-race recovery
GOU Dec 20. 5. Denman Flyer eased near 800m GOU Dec 20.
RACE 3 Bega Cup Prelude
on SKY1 & SKY Thoroughbred Central
Shayne O’Cass
2208m 2.18
3yo & up Benchmark 58. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100;
5th $720. BOBS&BOBS Extra Bonus available: $5,625. Apprentices can claim.
TAB CODE: CR
Simon Thomas
LEGEND
t won at track. c won this distance at the track. d won this distance another track. w won in wet.
b beaten favourite. o not in first nine. s spell at least three months. h home track. p pulled up.
l lost rider. n won at night.Ⓑ eligible for BOBS bonus.
races today
Ray Thomas
»Rail: Out 5m from the 800m to
the winning post, then true for the
remainder.
»Track: Good (4)
Sapphire Coast
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FORM
7s373
87s3
4.
5.
HORSE
DRAW
BANJA LUKA
4
I AM RUSH
10
LUCKY DRAGON h
9
RULER OF ALL
6
0 SONOFALOOKA
2
2750stBOSTON IVY
3
6040s DANCE RIPPER
5
450s2 HEAVEN ON EARTH
1
0s49 BETTER NOT RAIN Ⓑ
7
STAR EAGLE Ⓑ
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7.
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TRAINER
Mick Miladinovic
Michael Gatty
C G Smith
Aaron Clarke
W A Mathie
B Joseph & P & M Jones
Aaron Clarke
K Dryden & S Collings
Michelle Ritchie
Donna Grisedale
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10.
JOCKEY
Ms C Gravener (a2)
B Owen (a)
P Scorse (a1.5)
S Miller
A Sweeney (a1.5)
Ms K Nisbet
M Travers
R Bensley
Ms J Taylor
B Ryan (a)
WGT
59
59
59
59
59
57
57
57
55.5
55.5
4.60
5.00
13.00
13.00
34.00
15.00
21.00
*3.50
21.00
4.20
STEWARDS REPORT: 8. Heaven On Earth blocked for run on straightening, blocked for run near
200m CAB Dec 16. 9. Better Not Rain wide throughout NOW Dec 9.
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (4) Hilltop Hood ear muffs on again, ear muffs pre-race only off first
time, tongue control and lugging bit off first time
RACE 4: (4) Imanacheeva nose roll on first time; (5) Kalooki blinkers on
first time
RACE 5: (2) Damagic blinkers on again, blinkers near side off first time,
lugging bit on again, norton bit off first time; (5) Smart Remark blinkers off
again, winkers on first time; (6) Onsettling Down blinkers on again
RACE 6: (3) Lucky Dragon lugging bit on first time; (10) Star Eagle lugging
bit on first time
RACE 7: (2) Dragon’s Blood blinkers off again, hanoverian noseband off
first time; (4) Mr Dreamy blinkers off first time, cross-over noseband off
first time, norton bit on first time; (5) Samara’s Choice blinkers off first time,
standard bit off first time, tongue control and lugging bit on first time, winkers on first time; (6) Accipitridae blinkers on first time
Sapphire CoaSt
COMMENT
RACE 1
2.18
(2208m)
1. COOLAMINE (G Boucher) 5g By More Than
Ready (US) - Pushing Daisies (28:4-5-1): Blocked for
a run in straight when 2¼ len 5th of 13 (3) $26.00
51.0 Just Dylan 2000m Canberra 3yo+ (Bm65)
Soft(6) Dec 16. Far from disgraced at Canberra at
latest. Good win two starts back at Cooma. Meeting
easier opposition here. Drawn well. Hard to beat.
2. THE POTATO PONTIFF (R J Howes) 6g By Power
Of Destiny - Play Date (21:2-3-2): Claimed 2¼ len win
of 4 (1) $1.70F 59.0 Georgian Court, Coureuse Controls 1608m Sapphire Coast Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec
26. Dominant on-pace winner in same class here
last start. Fitter for two runs back. Good draw. The
one to beat.
3. DON’T SHOOT (R Gillahan) 9g By Kempinsky
- Oh Joy (74:4-7-6): Ran wide middle stages, lost a
plate when 4½ len 6th of 7 (6) $17.00 56.0 Alienated
2000m Bairnsdale (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 28. Veteran
who retains zest for racing. Nice gate. Can’t be taken
lightly.
4. HILLTOP HOOD (M J Smith) 4g By Poet’s Voice
(GB) - Mighty Lion (9:1-0-3): Wide throughout when
12¾ len 12th of 13 (7) $18.00 59.0 Picaro 2100m Goulburn Plate (C1) Good(4) Dec 20. Failed to make an
impression at Goulburn last outing. Place appeal only.
RACE 2
2.53
(1008m)
1. LIVING DOLL (Natalie Jarvis) 4m By Helmet Diamondi (23:3-4-6): Battled away for 2¼ len 4th
of 12 (12) $9.50 54.0 Count Dekroner 1010m Moruya
Open Hcp Soft(5) Dec 23. Wasn’t all that far away
at Moruya last time out. Free-running. Well placed
from the perfect draw. Rates highly.
2. NEWTOWN IS COMING (E & L Longmire) 6g By
Show A Heart - Just The Star (25:4-3-2): Inquiry into
performance, poor post-race recovery when 8¼ len
4th of 7 (6) $2.90 60.0 All Sassitude 1200m Goulburn (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 20. Assess on strong performance at Nowra two starts ago. Down in class.
Usually prominent. Right in this.
3. HALLIDAY ROAD (Ms T Bateup) 5g By Congrats
(US) - Nickynoo’s Girl (34:3-8-3): Settled handy when
sht nk 2nd of 8 (4) $21.00 54.5 Cattledog Cod 1000m
Wagga Hcp (C3) Good(3) Dec 11. Freshened. Worked
home solidly to place at Wagga last start. Has had success at this track. Expect will be prominent from the
decent draw. One of the major players.
4. CERTAIN RICHES (Becky Byrne) 8g By Danerich
- Acertaindee (20:4-1-3): Safely held in 17¼ len 7th
of 8 (4) $4.60 53.5 Coolamine 1600m Cooma Cup
Firm(2) Dec 8. Freshened. Win two back had merit.
On pacer. Decent alley. Worth some thought.
5. DENMAN FLYER (S A Stephens) 7g By Denman
- Celestial Flight (US) (46:5-6-5): Eased near 800m
when 9½ len 6th of 7 (7) $14.00 58.5 All Sassitude
1200m Goulburn (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 20. Showed
pace but gave in easily at Goulburn last outing. Outside chance for multiples.
6. SHEOAK (Aaron Clarke) 5m By Congrats (US) - Casuarina (20:4-2-0): No match when 16¾ len last of 9 (5)
$61.00 57.5 Athonis 1280m Canberra Acton (Bm60)
Synthetic Aug 10. First-up. Each-way chance.
7. TIME OF HER LIFE (J Rolfe) 6m By Time Thief Anguissola (36:3-3-4): Tried hard when len, ¾ len
3rd of 5 (1) $4.60 65.0 Windcharm, Red Marauder
900m Gosford 3yo+ Hcp (Cl B) Soft(5) Dec 15. On
pace and boxed on to fill the minors at Gosford last
time out. Down significantly in weight. Must be
considered.
RACE 3
3.28
(1608m)
1. BALANSA (K Dryden & S Collings) 5g By Helenus
- In The Clover (13:3-2-1): Vetted - no abnormalities
when 6½ len last of 10 (3) $4.00F 60.0 Animalia
1300m Canberra (Bm70) Soft(6) Dec 16. Went to
line only fairly in same company at Canberra at latest. Fitter third-up. Good gate. Major player.
2. CATCH THE CULPRIT: SCRATCHED
3. LE SACRE BLUR (B Joseph & P & M Jones) 6g By
High Chaparral (IR) - Lenswood (32:3-4-5): Handily placed when ½ hd, 1¼ len 3rd of 12 (10) $12.00
58.0 Red Heat, Belfast Bella 2000m Canberra 3yo+
(Bm65) Good(3) Sept 21. Resuming. Rates highly.
4. RELIANT (N J Olive) 5g By Dubleo (US) - Pray To
God (14:2-2-1): Eased near 800m when 3 len 5th of 14
(4) $10.00 60.5 Hurry Up Harry 1400m Wagga (Bm58)
Good(3) Dec 24. Fair effort without threatening at
Wagga last start. Keep safe.
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FORM
92363
6759s
32235
60
78s0
90
89s50
659s
02374
0s0
02s50
HORSE
DRAW
CALL THE CLOCK
10
DRAGON’S BLOOD
4
LUGA LAD
2
MR DREAMY
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SAMARA’S CHOICE h Ⓑ 5
ACCIPITRIDAE
9
FOREVERLY
6
LADY JULIANA
3
STAR CASH
8
LARMOUR Ⓑ
7
MONEGAL Ⓑ
11
6.
TRAINER
C Hensler
Richard Butler
N J Olive
Ms L Morrison
B Joseph & P & M Jones
R & L Clarke
S Vella
Ms L Bundy
R & L Clarke
N J Olive
Ms T Bateup
JOCKEY
Ms M Kinny
B Ryan (a)
B Ward
P Scorse (a1.5)
S Miller
A Sweeney (a1.5)
Ms K Nisbet
Ms C Gravener (a2)
M Travers
B Owen (a)
Ms J Taylor
WGT
59
59
59
57.5
57.5
57
57
57
57
55.5
55.5
3.30
9.00
3.70
41.00
21.00
41.00
21.00
41.00
*2.80
21.00
15.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 3. Luga Lad overraced early, middle stages WAG Dec 24. 4. Mr Dreamy wide
throughout, hampered on straightening CAB Nov 30. 6. Accipitridae laid out throughout MOY Dec
23. 9. Star Cash hampered concluding stages MOY Dec 23. 10. Larmour struck interference at start
WAG Dec 11. 11. Monegal checked near 400m GOU Dec 20.
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 2010m. STRAIGHT: 430m. DIRECTION: Clockwise. LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): P Scorse (10 wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER
(with runners): Ms T Bateup (6 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD (past 3 yrs):
37.30% Win 34.43% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1000m (1)-19wins.
TRAINER CHANGES: R5 (2) was trained by Ms B Joseph & P A Jones now B
Joseph & P & M Jones. R6 (6) was trained by Ms B Joseph & P A Jones now
B Joseph & P & M Jones. R7 (2) was trained by E & L Longmire now Richard
Butler.
5. THE BLUES BROTHER (S A Stephens) 6g By
Hussonet (US) - Blue Music (48:6-6-5): Showed
pace when 4 len 9th of 11 (3) $20.00 54.0 Triple
Hero 1600m Goulburn Fred Cooper Cup Good(4)
Dec 20. Ran home respectably at Goulburn last outing. Performed very well here before latest. Drawn
favourably. Strong claims.
6. TIPTA TANTIVY (W A Mathie) 8m By Zariz Summertown Girl (33:3-6-4): Not flash in 7 len 10th
of 13 (1) $21.00 52.0 Just Dylan 2000m Canberra
3yo+ (Bm65) Soft(6) Dec 16. Racing poorly. Only a
place chance.
7. GRASP (Jamie Stewart) 7g By Krupt - Never Let
Go (48:4-5-10): Ridden on the speed 5½ len 8th
of 9 (7) $21.00 55.5 Confidential 2300m Goulburn
(Bm66) Good(4) Nov 25. Freshened. Average effort in stronger class at Goulburn last time out. Not
fancied.
8. ABINGTON THREAT (G Boucher) 7g By Dangerous - Miss Henry (36:4-3-8): Scored ½ nk win of 10
(3) $8.00 52.5 Extra Cool, John Boy 1600m Tumut
(Bm50) Good(3) Dec 26. Racing in top order. Gritty
on-pace victory at Tumut at latest. Drawn to receive
every chance. Take beating.
RACE 4
4.03
(1608m)
1. BENDETHERA (Jayden Minehan) 4g By Denman
- Incheck (11:1-1-2): Slowly away when 2 len 4th of 10
(1) $13.00 59.0 Trumbo 1208m Sapphire Coast Hcp
(C1) Good(4) Dec 3. Battled away gamely ½ len, sht
nk 3rd of 14 (3) $26.00 58.5 Irish Lucy, Run Like A
Rebel 1425m Moruya (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 23. Finished solidly to place at Moruya last start. Can play
a key role.
2. DANCE HARDER SON (Ms L Bundy) 6g By Haradasun - Gorgeous Dancer (40:1-3-6): Didn’t offer
much when 7 len 9th of 12 (12) $26.00 54.0 One Of
The Kind 1400m Canberra (Bm55) Good(4) Nov 18.
Sound when 3½ len 9th of 14 (14) $31.00 52.0 Irish
Lucy 1425m Moruya (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 23. Battled
on fairly at Moruya last outing. Place makes best
appeal.
3. DASHTORUSH (Michael Gatty) 4g By Sebring
- Limoncelli (9:1-1-0): Took up a midfield position
when 7¼ len 10th of 11 (3) $9.50 58.5 Grasp 1650m
Moruya (Bm58) Soft(7) Oct 14. Failed to fire 7¾ len
13th of 14 (13) $61.00 57.5 Irish Lucy 1425m Moruya
(Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 23. Was safely held at Moruya
last time out. Not keen.
4. IMANACHEEVA (Rob Potter) 4g By Anacheeva
- Reine Du Soir (12:1-2-0): Took up a handy position
in 2¼ len 4th of 11 (1) $3.40 59.0 Aedesia 1600m
Wagga Hcp (C1) Good(3) Dec 11. Rider - didn’t handle
going when 8¼ len last of 8 (1) $7.50 59.5 Diamond
Charlie 1400m Canberra (Bm55) Good(3) Dec 28.
Prominent but found nothing when called upon at
Canberra at latest. Looking elsewhere.
5. KALOOKI (W A Mathie) 4g By Uncle Mo (US) Woona (11:1-1-0): Hampered at start, wide throughout when 17¾ len last of 10 (10) $51.00 55.0 Trumbo
1208m Sapphire Coast Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 3.
Overraced early, middle stages when 8¼ len last of
14 (1) $151.00 53.0 Irish Lucy 1425m Moruya (Bm58)
Soft(5) Dec 23. Hard to recommend.
6. OSCAR CRANACH (K Dryden & S Collings) 4g
By Lucas Cranach (GE) - Magnifico (3:1-0-0): Found
rivals too strong 7¼ len 7th of 9 (8) $11.00 60.5 Lady
Mironton 1600m Goulburn (Bm55) Good(3) July
23. Resumed with 7½ len 12th of 14 (2) $18.00 58.5
Irish Lucy 1425m Moruya (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 23. Ordinary this grade at Moruya first-up. Drawn poorly.
Could sneak a place at odds.
7. THE COSTA DREAMS (N J Osborne) 4g By Von
Costa De Hero - Fantasising (7:1-0-0): Wide throughout when 10¼ len 10th of 11 (10) $31.00 54.5 Admire
Gratzi 1400m Canberra (Bm55) Soft(6) Dec 16. Fair
effort in 3½ len 5th of 6 (6) $7.00 52.5 Save A Match
1460m Queanbeyan Hcp (C2) Firm(2) Dec 26. Can
figure.
8. GEORGIAN COURT (Natalie Jarvis) 4m By Turffontein - Georgian Queen (11:1-1-1): Safely held in 7¼
len 9th of 10 (7) $26.00 54.0 Trumbo 1208m Sapphire Coast Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 3. Tried hard but
no match for winner 2¼ len 2nd of 4 (3) $4.40 55.5
The Potato Pontiff 1608m Sapphire Coast Hcp (C1)
Good(4) Dec 26. Handy and boxed on fairly to fill the
minors here last start. Drawn to effect. Commands
respect.
9. LITTLE CLANGA (Ms W Heise) 7m By Henny
Hughes (US) - Kori Lane (US) (25:1-3-8): Settled
handy when 8½ len 9th of 11 (1) $13.00 55.0 Admire
Gratzi 1400m Canberra (Bm55) Soft(6) Dec 16. Gave
good account when sht hd, sht nk 3rd of 6 (5) $3.50
55.0 Save A Match, Tunnel Rat 1460m Queanbeyan
Hcp (C2) Firm(2) Dec 26. On pace and fought on
bravely to place at Queanbeyan last outing. Drops in
grade. Among the main chances.
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7.30pm, sbs viceland
DINNER DATE
8.30pm, sbs food
HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION
10.30pm, 9life
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 5.40
Peter Rabbit. 6.15 Peter Rabbit.
6.40 Dino Dana. 7.05 Ben And
Holly’s Little Kingdom. 7.30 Spicks
And Specks. (PG) 8.00 Would I Lie
To You? 8.30 Live At The Apollo.
(M) 9.15 Live From The BBC. (M)
9.45 Comedy Up Late. (M) 10.15
Randy Writes A Novel. (MA15+) 11.30
The Letdown. (M) 3.05 Close. 5.10
Arthur. 5.35 Children’s Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 4.10
Massive Monster Mayhem. 4.35
Children’s Programs. 6.00 Kung
Fu Panda. 6.25 Officially Amazing.
6.55 Deadly 60 On A Mission.
7.25 Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong!
7.50 The Fairly OddParents. 8.10
Slugterra. 8.35 Detentionaire.
8.55 DanTDM On Tour. (PG) 10.25
Children’s Programs. 10.45 Close.
5.00 Children’s Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 11.30 The
Weekend Prospector. (PG) 12.00
Timbersports. 1.00 Blokesworld.
(PG) 1.30 Maxim TV. (PG) 2.00
Storage Wars. (PG) 2.30 Ice Road
Truckers. (PG) 3.30 Rodeo. PBR
Australia. 4.00 Bloopers. (PG) 4.30
Storage Wars. (PG) 5.30 Restoration
Garage. (PG) 6.30 MOVIE: Wild Hogs.
(PG) (2007) 8.35 MOVIE: Inception.
(M) (2010) 11.35 Late Programs.
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5.00
Garda Down Under, 5.30pm
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.30
Selling Houses Aust. 1.30 Sydney
Weekender. 2.00 The Great
Australian Doorstep. (PG) 2.30
Vasili’s Garden. 3.00 Qld Weekender.
3.30 The Great Day Out. 4.00 Creek
To Coast. 4.30 Home In WA. 5.00
Crash Investigation Unit. (PG) 5.30
Air Crash Investigation. (PG) 7.30 The
Yorkshire Vet. (PG) 8.30 Escape To
The Country. 11.30 Late Programs.
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We Bought A Zoo, 9.10pm
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House. (Mmv, R, CC)
A man collapses in front of
House’s home.
TV Shop: Home
Shopping. (R)
Global Shop.
TV Shop: Home
Shopping. (R)
Wesley Impact. (R, CC)
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6.00 Morning Programs. 10.15
Kirby Buckets. 11.15 I Didn’t Do It.
12.15 Jabba’s School Holiday Movie
Special. (PG) 1.30 The Evermoor
Chronicles. (PG) 2.30 Girl Meets
World. (PG) 3.30 Dog With A Blog.
(PG) 4.30 MOVIE: How To Build A
Better Boy. (PG) (2014) 6.30 MOVIE:
Doc Hollywood. (PG) (1991) 8.40
MOVIE: Presumed Innocent. (M)
(1990) 11.20 Late Programs.
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6.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping.
10.00 The Avengers. (PG) 11.00
Keeping Up Appearances. (PG)
12.00 Tennis. Brisbane
International. Day 6.
6.00 Snow Chick: A Penguin’s
Tale. (PG)
7.00 Tennis. Hopman Cup. Evening
8. From RAC Arena, Perth.
1.30 Avengers. (PG) 2.30 Rainbow
Country. 3.00 TV Shop.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 8.00
MOVIE: Pokémon: The Rise Of
Darkrai. (2007) 10.00 Children’s
Programs. 1.00 Beyblade Burst
Evolution. 1.30 The Hold Down.
(PG) 2.30 Basketball. NBL. Round
9. Illawarra Hawks v Sydney Kings.
5.00 MOVIE: The NeverEnding
Story. (1984) 7.00 Tennis. Brisbane
International. Night 6. 11.30 Late
Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.30
Property Brothers At Home On
The Ranch. (PG) 2.30 Beachfront
Bargain Hunt: Renovation. 3.30
Good Bones. (PG) 4.30 Home Town.
5.30 Open Homes Australia. 6.30
Texas Flip And Move. 7.30 Masters
Of Flip. 8.30 House Hunters.
9.30 House Hunters Int. 10.30
DON’T MISS House Hunters
Renovation. 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
(PG, R, CC) 7.00 Weekend Today.
(CC) 10.00 Today Extra Summer.
(PG, CC) 12.00 Destination WA. (CC)
12.30 Who Do You Think You
Are? (PG, R, CC)
1.30 Quolls: Fast And
Furious. (R, CC)
2.45 House Arrest. (PGa, R, CC)
Jamie Lee Curtis,
M (1996)
Kevin Pollak, Jennifer Tilly.
5.00 Nine News At 5. (CC)
5.30 H Garda Down Under.
(PGal, CC)
M DON’
IS T
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6.00 NBC Today. (CC)
PRIME7: Home Shopping.
7.00 Weekend Sunrise. (CC)
9.30 Cricket. (CC) Fourth
Test. Australia v India.
Day 3. Morning session.
From the SCG.
12.30 The Lunch Break.
(CC) Takes a look at the
day’s play.
1.10 Cricket. (CC) Fourth
Test. Australia v India.
Day 3. Afternoon session.
From the SCG.
M DON’
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6.00 Rage. (PG, CC)
11.05 Grand Designs
Australia. (R, CC)
12.00 ABC News At Noon. (CC)
12.30 Shetland. (Mv, R, CC)
1.30 Call The Midwife.
(Ma, R, CC) (Final)
2.30 Death In Paradise.
(PG, R, CC)
3.30 Father Brown. (PG, R, CC)
4.35 Griff’s Great Britain:
Coasts. (R, CC)
5.00 Escape From The City:
Phipps. (PG, R, CC)
Kung Fu Panda, 6pm
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.30
Diagnosis Murder. (PG) 2.30 Fishing.
Australian Championships. Replay.
3.00 Camper Trailer Lifestyle.
4.00 Muscle Car Masters. 5.00 All
4 Adventure. (PG) 6.00 Scorpion.
(PG) 7.00 Cops. (PG) 7.30 Soccer.
A-League. Round 11. Western Sydney
Wanderers v Melbourne Victory.
10.30 MOVIE: The Green Berets. (PG)
(1968) 1.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 8.00 Kuu
Kuu Harajuku. (C) 8.30 Totally Wild.
(C) 9.05 The Loop. 11.35 Charmed.
(PG) 1.30 Becker. (PG) 2.00 King
Of Queens. (PG) 2.30 Frasier. (PG)
3.30 MOVIE: Capture The Flag. (PG)
(2015) 5.30 MOVIE: Flushed Away.
(2006) 7.10 MOVIE: Confessions
Of A Shopaholic. (PG) (2009) 9.20
MOVIE: My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
(PG) (2002) 11.20 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
News. 1.30 One Plus One. 2.00
News. 2.30 Women’s Work. 3.00
News. 3.30 The Breakfast Couch.
4.00 News. 4.30 The Drum Weekly.
5.00 News. 5.30 Compass. 6.00
News. 6.30 The Mix. 7.00 ABC
News. 7.30 Centenary Of Armistice.
8.00 ABC News. 8.30 Back Roads.
9.00 ABC News. 9.30 Matter Of
Fact. 10.00 Late Programs.
sbs viceland
6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 Insight.
1.00 Where Are We Going, Dad? 4.15
WorldWatch. 5.15 Love In Full Colour.
(PG) 6.05 My Sister’s Wedding In WarTorn Syria. (PG) 6.30 Chinese Dating
With The Parents. (PG) 7.30 DON’T
MISS If You Are The One. 8.30
MOVIE: Public Enemies. (2009) 11.15
MOVIE: Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.
(MA15+) (2014) 1.00 MOVIE: Locke.
(MA15+) (2013) 2.35 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
Oliver’s Twist. 2.00 No Reservations.
(PG) 3.00 The Good Cooks. (PG)
4.30 Ask The Butcher. 5.00 The
Cook And The Chef. (PG) 6.30
Justine’s Flavours Of Fuji. 7.30 Nigella
Bites. 8.30 DON’T MISS Dinner
Date. 9.30 Destination Flavour:
Japan. 10.30 The Cook And The
Chef. (PG) 11.30 No Reservations.
(PG) 12.25 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00 I
Live, I Breathe, I Surf. (PG) 2.00
Chefs’ Line. 2.30 Unearthed. 3.00
Baseball. SA Super League. 5.00
Flying Boomerangs. (PG) 5.30
Keeping The Language. (PG) 6.00
Maori TV’s Native Affairs Summer.
6.30 Jackie Robinson. 7.30 The
Book Of Negroes. (M) 8.30 MOVIE:
One Thousand Ropes. (M) (2016)
10.15 Late Programs.
Classifications: (P) Preschoolers (C) Children (G) General (PG) Parental Guidance (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (CC) Closed Captions (R) Repeat (WS) Widescreen.
Consumer Advice: (a) Adult themes (d) Drug references (h) Horror (s) Sex references (l) Language (m) Medical procedures (n) Nudity (v) Violence. Please note: Listings are correct at the time of print and are subject to change by networks.
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2.35pm Jumanji:
Welcome To The
Jungle (Adventure, 2017, PG) 4.35
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Action,
2017, MA15+) 6.55 Pitch Perfect 3
(Comedy, 2017, M) 8.30 Love, Simon
(Drama, 2018, M) 10.20 The Disaster
Artist (Drama, 2017, M) 12.05am I,
Tonya (Biographical, 2018, MA15+)
5.35pm
The
University Of Sing Sing. (M) 6.20 Inside
Game Of Thrones. (M) 6.30 Sex And
The City. (MA15+) 8.30 Outlander.
(MA15+) 9.30 The Miracle. (MA15+)
10.25 Strike Back: Declassified. (MA15+)
10.30 My Brilliant Friend. (MA15+) 11.35
Room 104. (MA15+)
12.15pm Pandorum
(Sci-fi, 2009, MA15+)
2.05 The Dark Tower (Action, 2017, M)
3.45 The Core (Fantasy, 2003, M) 6.00
Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 (Action,
2017, M) 8.30 X-Men 2 (Action, 2003,
M) 10.45 Terminator 3: Rise Of The
Machines (Action, 2003, M) 12.35am
Behind Enemy Lines (Action, 2001, M)
12.40pm The
Simpsons. (PG)
3.00 WWE Raw. (M)
6.00 The Simpsons. (PG) 7.30 Family
Guy. (MA15+) 8.30 A Discovery Of
Witches. (M) 9.30 Top 20 Funniest. (M)
10.30 Pets Make You Laugh Out Loud.
(PG) 11.30 Lucifer. (M) 12.30am The
Simpsons. (PG)
12.15pm Father Brown. (M)
1.10 Midsomer Murders. (M)
5.00 Jonathan Ross. (M) 5.55
8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. (M)
6.55 QI. (M) 7.30 New Tricks. (M) 8.30
Midsomer Murders. (M) 10.30 New
Tricks. (M) 11.30 The Graham Norton
Show. (M) 12.25am EastEnders. (PG)
2.35 Coronation Street. (PG)
4.30pm Kirstie And
Phil’s Love It Or List
It UK. (G) 5.30 House Of Wellness. (PG)
6.30 Location, Location, Location. (G)
7.30 Grand Designs Aust. (PG) 8.35
Selling Houses Aust. (G) 9.35 Kirstie
And Phil’s Love It Or List It UK. (G)
10.35 24 Hours In Emergency. (M) 11.35
Gogglebox UK. (M)
12.30pm Jay Leno’s
Garage. (PG) 1.30
Shifting Gears With Aaron Kaufman.
(PG) 2.30 Alaskan Bush People. (PG)
3.30 Mega Trains. (PG) 6.30 Gold Rush.
(PG) 7.30 Treehouse Masters. (PG)
8.30 Insane Pools: Off The Deep End.
(PG) 9.30 Alaska: The Last Frontier.
(PG) 11.30 Expedition Unknown. (PG)
7.35pm Between The
Innings. 7.50 Cricket.
Big Bash League.
Match 20. Melbourne Stars v Sydney
Thunder. 9.10 BBL Post-Game. 9.25
B4 The Bash! 9.40 Cricket. Big Bash
League. Match 21. Perth Scorchers v
Brisbane Heat.
6am NRL Classic Match.
3pm Rugby League. NRL.
Round 23. Canterbury
Bulldogs v New Zealand Warriors. 4.00
Classic Grand Final. 10.30 NRL Classic
Match. 12am Classic Grand Final. 1.00
NRL Classic Match.
6am Saturday
Edition. 11.00
NewsDay. 6pm Sky News National.
9.00 NewsNight. 1am Sky News UK
LIVE. 5.00 Sunday Edition.
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6.00 Rage. (PG) 7.00 Weekend
Breakfast. 10.00 Offsiders: Summer
Edition. 10.30 World This Week. (R,
CC) 11.00 Compass. (R, CC) 11.30
Praise. (R, CC) 12.00 ABC News At
Noon. (CC) 12.30 Landline Summer.
(CC) 1.00 Wolf Hall. (Ma, R, CC)
2.00 Miniseries: Agatha Christie’s
Ordeal By Innocence. (Mav, R, CC)
3.00 Miniseries: Howards End.
(R, CC) 4.00 Bespoke. (R, CC)
4.30 Throwback: Our Childhoods
Revisited. (PG, R, CC) 5.00
Miniseries: Little Women. (PG, R, CC)
6.00 NBC Today. (CC)
PRIME7: Shopping.
7.00 Weekend Sunrise. (CC)
9.30 Cricket. (CC) Fourth Test.
Australia v India. Day 4.
Morning session.
12.30 The Lunch Break. (CC)
1.10 Cricket. (CC) Fourth Test.
Australia v India. Day 4.
Afternoon session. From
the SCG. (Please note:
alternative schedule may
be shown due to changes to
cricket coverage).
6.00 World’s Greatest Man Made
Wonders. 7.00 Weekend Today.
10.00 The Hold Down. (PG, CC)
10.30 Golf. (CC) Jack Newton
Celebrity Classic. Highlights. 11.30
Kevin Can Wait. (PGa, R, CC) 12.00
Great Getaways. (PG, R, CC) 1.00
World’s Greatest Islands. (PG, CC)
2.00 The Secret Life Of The Zoo.
(PG, R, CC) 3.00 Ultimate Airport
Dubai. (PG, CC) 4.00 The Embassy.
(PG, R, CC) 4.30 Helloworld. (CC)
5.00 News. (CC) 5.30 Garda Down
Under. (PG, CC)
6.00 Mass. 6.30 Hillsong. 7.00
Joseph Prince. WIN: Leading The
Way. 7.30 Joel Osteen. WIN: Finding
Answers. 8.00 Everyday Gourmet.
(R, CC) WIN: Fishing Aust. (R, CC)
8.30 The Living Room. (PG, R,
CC) 9.30 St10. (PG, CC) 12.00 The
Offroad Adventure Show. (PG, CC)
1.00 All 4 Adventure. (CC) 2.00
Todd Sampson’s Body Hack. (PG,
R, CC) 3.00 Maxing Out. (CC) (New
Series) 4.00 15-Min Meals. (R, CC)
4.30 Luxury Escapes. (R, CC) 5.00
News. (CC)
6.00 France 24 English News. (CC)
6.30 Al Jazeera. (CC) 7.30 Italian
News. 8.10 Filipino News. 8.40
French News. 9.30 Greek News.
10.00 Cycling. (CC) Road National
Championships. Women’s Race.
From Ballarat, Victoria. 12.00 Arabic
News F24. 12.30 Turkish News.
1.00 Cycling. (CC) Road National
Championships. Men’s Race. From
Ballarat, Victoria.
5.30 Destination Flavour China
Bitesize. (CC)
5.35 After Hitler. (PGav, R, CC)
6.10 Joanna Lumley’s Nile.
(R, CC) Part 2 of 4.
7.00 ABC News Sunday. (CC)
Coverage of local, national
and international news,
including the day’s sport and
weather updates.
7.40 Grand Designs: House
Of The Year. (R, CC) Part 1
of 4. Kevin McCloud joins
architects Damion Burrows
and Zac Monro to look at five
cutting-edge homes.
8.30 H Vera. (Mav, R, CC)
Part 1 of 4. DCI Vera
Stanhope investigates the
death of a grandmother.
10.00 Barracuda. (Mals, R, CC)
Part 1 of 4. A talented
young swimmer secures a
scholarship to an exclusive
boys school.
10.55 Miniseries: Kiri.
(Madl, R, CC) Part 1 of 4.
11.45 Silent Witness.
(MA15+av, R, CC)
6.00 Seven News. (CC)
7.00 Cricket. (CC) Big Bash
League. Game 22. Adelaide
Strikers v Sydney Sixers.
From Adelaide Oval.
10.30 The Latest: Seven
News. (CC)
11.00 Sunday Night. (CC) Current
affairs program, hosted by
Melissa Doyle.
6.00 Nine News. (CC)
NBN: NBN News. (CC)
7.00 60 Minutes. (CC) Featuring
reports from Liz Hayes,
Allison Langdon, Tara
Brown, Charles Wooley, Ross
Coulthart and Liam Bartlett.
8.00 David Attenborough’s
The Blue Planet II: Coasts.
(PGa, R, CC) Sir David
Attenborough looks at the
coasts, where two different
worlds collide.
9.10 H Everest. (Ma, R, CC)
Based on a true story.
M (2015)
The members of two teams
ascending to the summit of
Mt Everest find themselves
struggling to survive
blistering winds and freezing
temperatures after a storm
strikes the mountain. Jason
Clarke, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ang
Phula Sherpa.
11.35 Taken. (M, CC) The ODNI
assists an Israeli spy.
6.00 David Attenborough’s
Natural Curiosities:
Extreme Babies. (R, CC)
Presented by Sir David
Attenborough.
6.30 The Sunday Project. (CC)
Panellists take a look at
the day’s news, events and
hot topics.
7.30 The Graham Norton Show.
(CC) Graham chats with
Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel
Miranda, Ben Whishaw and
Emilly Mortimer.
8.30 H The Girl On The Train.
(2016) After
M (MA15+av, CC)
witnessing an incident
from her seat on a train,
a divorced alcoholic
becomes embroiled in an
investigation. Emily Blunt,
Justin Theroux, Luke Evans.
10.45 NCIS. (Ma, R, CC) A US Navy
captain is murdered.
11.30 The Sunday
Project. (R, CC)
6.30 SBS World News. (CC)
7.30 H The Indian Pacific:
Australia’s Longest Train
Journey. (CC) Documentary
examining the Indian Pacific,
the rail service from Sydney
to Perth, including how the
railway impacted Indigenous
Australians on the Nullabor
Plain, the new colony of
South Australia, and the
Indigenous trade route of
the Blue Mountains.
10.40 Gypsy Kids: Our Secret
World. (PG, CC) (Series
return) Documents the
lives of children from
the Traveller and Gypsy
communities in the UK.
11.35 Filthy Rich And Homeless.
(Ml, R, CC) Part 1 of 3. Five
high-profile Australians
discover what life is like
for the nation’s homeless
in Sydney.
12.45 Poldark. (Mav, R, CC)
1.50 Vera. (Mav, R, CC)
3.20 Silent Witness.
(MA15+av, R, CC)
4.20 Palace Of
Memories. (R, CC)
5.00 Catalyst. (R, CC)
5.30 Gardening
Australia. (R, CC)
12.30 H Dr. Ken. (PGa, R)
PRIME7: Home Shopping.
1.00 Dr. Ken. (PGs, R) Molly gets
a Japanese tattoo.
2.00 Home Shopping. (R)
3.30 Harry’s Practice. (R, CC)
4.00 NBC Meet The Press. (CC)
5.00 Seven Early News. (CC)
5.30 Sunrise. (CC)
12.30
1.30
2.00
2.30
3.00
4.00
12.30 Home Shopping. (R)
4.30 CBS This Morning. Morning
talk show. Hosted by Gayle
King, Norah O’Donnell and
John Dickerson.
12.40 The Family Law. (PG, R, CC)
3.10 Treasures Of Ancient
India. (Ms, R, CC)
4.00 One Born Every Minute UK.
(Ma, R, CC) 4.55 Peter Kuruvita’s
Mexican Fiesta Bitesize. (R, CC)
5.00 CGTN English News. (CC) 5.15
NHK World English News. (CC) 5.30
Deutsche Welle English News. (CC)
Vera, 8.30pm
Dr Ken, 12.30am
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MEDICS ON CALL
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 7.30
Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie
To You? 8.30 Penn & Teller: Fool Us.
9.10 Charlie Pickering: Live At The
Time Of Recording. 10.15 Would I Lie
To You? 10.50 Upstart Crow. 11.20
W1A. 11.50 Absolutely Fabulous.
12.20 Alan Partridge’s Mid-Morning
Matters. 12.35 Steve Coogan’s Stand
Up Down Under. 2.15 Close. 5.00
Children’s Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 4.10
Massive Monster Mayhem. (PG) 4.35
Children’s Programs. 6.00 Kung Fu
Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness.
6.25 Officially Amazing. 6.55 Deadly
60. 7.25 Japanizi: Going, Going,
Gong! 7.50 The Fairly OddParents.
8.10 Slugterra. 8.35 Detentionaire.
8.55 Stand And Deliver. 9.10
Prisoner Zero. 9.35 Rage. (PG) 2.25
Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
Malaysia Kitchen. 1.30 Australia’s
Best Backyards. 2.00 House Of
Wellness. (PG) 3.00 Escape To The
Country. 5.00 The Yorkshire Vet.
(PG) 6.00 Dog Patrol. (PG) 6.30 Air
Rescue. (PG) 7.00 Motorway Patrol.
(PG) 8.00 Coastwatch Oz. (PG) 8.30
Gold Coast Medical. (M) 9.30 DON’T
MISS Hospital. (M) 10.30 Brit Cops.
(M) 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Shopping. 6.30 Big Angry Fish.
(PG) 7.30 Shopping. 8.30 NFL. NFL.
Wild Card Round. 11.30 Rides Down
Under: Workshop Wars. (PG) 12.00
NFL. NFL. Wild Card Round. 3.00
Ice Road Truckers. (PG) 4.00 Fish Of
The Day. (PG) 4.30 Big Angry Fish.
(PG) 5.30 Bloopers. (PG) 6.00 Loose
Screws. (PG) 7.00 MOVIE: The Ant
Bully. (2006) 8.45 MOVIE: Outbreak.
(M) (1995) 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 11.15
Dog With A Blog. (PG) 12.15 In Your
Dreams. 1.30 Diff’rent Strokes. 2.30
Who’s The Boss? (PG) 3.45 The
Amazing Race. (PG) 4.45 Jabba’s
School Holiday Movie Special.
(PG) 5.45 Married With Children.
(PG) 6.15 How I Met Your Mother.
(PG) 6.45 MOVIE: Spy Hard. (PG)
(1996) 8.30 MOVIE: Fool’s Gold. (M)
(2008) 10.50 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 9.00 TV
Shop. 10.00 The Baron. (PG) 11.00
Snow Chick: A Penguin’s Tale. (PG)
12.00 Tennis. Sydney International.
Day 1. Qualifying and round 1. 3.00
Destination WA. 3.30 My Favorite
Martian. 4.00 Pets: Wild At Heart.
(PG) 5.00 MOVIE: A Place In The Sun.
(PG) (1951) 7.30 Midsomer Murders.
(M) 9.40 MOVIE: Million Dollar Baby.
(M) (2004) 12.20 Late Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 8.00
MOVIE: Pokémon: Giratina And The
Sky Warrior. (2008) 10.00 Children’s
Programs. 2.00 NBL. Round 12.
Brisbane Bullets v Melbourne United.
4.00 Tennis. Brisbane International.
Day 7. Men’s singles semi-finals and
men’s doubles semi-final. 10.00
MOVIE: He’s Just Not That Into You.
(M) (2009) Jennifer Aniston. 12.30
Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00
House Hunters. 12.30 Beachfront
Bargain Hunt: Renovation. 1.30
Open Homes Australia. 2.30
Mountain Life. 3.30 Texas Flip And
Move. 4.30 House Hunters Int.
5.30 Good Bones. (PG) 6.30 Texas
Flip And Move. 7.30 DON’T MISS
Fixer Upper. (PG) 9.30 You Can’t
Turn That Into A House! (PG)
10.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Air
Racing. Red Bull Series. Round 8.
1.00 The Doctors. (PG) 2.00 Monster
Jam. 3.00 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 4.00
Fishing. Australian Championships.
4.30 Fishing Aust. 5.00 What’s Up
Down Under. 5.30 iFish Summer.
6.00 Wonders Of Life. 7.30 DON’T
MISS Medics On Call. (PG) 8.30
Cops: AO. (M) 9.00 MOVIE: Bus 657.
(MA15+) (2015) 11.00 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 9.00
TMNT. 10.00 Scope. (C) 10.30
The Bureau Of Magical Things. (C)
11.00 Brady Bunch. 11.25 Charmed.
(PG) 1.25 Raymond. 2.30 Frasier.
(PG) 3.30 King Of Queens. (PG)
4.00 Raymond. (PG) 5.00 Frasier.
(PG) 6.30 MOVIE: The Spiderwick
Chronicles. (PG) (2008) 8.30 MOVIE:
High Fidelity. (M) (2000) 10.50
Raymond. 11.20 Late Programs.
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News. 1.30 The Drum Weekly. 2.00
ABC News. 2.30 One Plus One. 3.00
ABC News. 3.30 Offsiders: Summer
Edition. 4.00 ABC News. 4.30
Landline Summer. 5.00 ABC News.
5.30 Compass. 6.00 ABC News
Weekend. 6.30 Women’s Work.
7.00 ABC News Weekend. 8.30
Back Roads. 9.00 Monash And Me.
(PG) 10.00 Late Programs.
The Indian Pacific, 7.30pm
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6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 PopAsia
TV. (PG) 1.00 Speedweek. 3.00
Basketball. WNBL. Round 13. Sydney
Uni Flames v Dandenong Rangers.
5.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. (PG)
10.30 MOVIE: Jungle Fever. (MA15+)
(1991) 12.50 MOVIE: Vampire’s Kiss.
(MA15+) (1988) 2.40 France 24.
3.00 Thai News. 3.30 Bangla News.
4.00 Punjabi News. 4.30 Sri Lankan
Sinhalese News. 5.00 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.30
Destination Flavour: Japan. 2.30 Ask
The Butcher. 3.00 The Good Cooks.
(PG) 4.30 Ask The Butcher. 5.00 The
Cook And The Chef. 6.30 Cheese
Slices. 7.30 Hairy Bikers’ Bake-ation.
8.30 Far Eastern Odyssey. (PG) 9.35
Destination Flavour China. 10.05
Food Safari. 10.30 The Cook And The
Chef. 11.30 No Reservations. (PG)
12.30 Late Programs.
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Knockout. Men’s. Second SemiFinal. Bourke v Newcastle. 3.30
Rugby Union. Ella Sevens. 4.00
Football. NTFL. 5.50 Gaelic Football.
Ladies Association. Highlights.
6.00 Te Kaea. 6.30 Sivummut.
7.00 Designing Africa. 7.30 Jackie
Robinson. 8.30 Johnny Cash’s Bitter
Tears Revisited. 9.30 Biggie And
Tupac. 11.25 Late Programs.
Classifications: (P) Preschoolers (C) Children (G) General (PG) Parental Guidance (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (CC) Closed Captions (R) Repeat (WS) Widescreen.
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1.55pm All The
Money In The World
(Drama, 2017, MA15+) 4.10 The Post
(Biographical, 2017, M) 6.10 Den Of
Thieves (Action, 2018, MA15+) 8.30
Game Night (Comedy, 2018) 10.10 The
Greatest Showman (Drama, 2017, PG)
11.55 Maze Runner: The Death Cure
(Action, 2018, M)
1.55pm Ray
Donovan.
(MA15+) 2.55 Outlander. (MA15+) 3.55
My Brilliant Friend. (MA15+) 5.00
Succession. (MA15+) 6.00 Veep.
(MA15+) 8.30 The Miracle. (M) 9.20
Inside Game Of Thrones. (M) 9.30
MOVIE: Robin Williams: Come Inside My
Mind. (M) (2018) 11.40 The Miracle. (M)
12.05pm The
Proposition (Crime,
2005, MA15+) 1.55 3:10 To Yuma
(Adventure, 2007, MA15+) 4.00 Reign
Of Fire (Action, 2002, M) 5.45 Avatar
(Sci-fi, 2009, M) 8.30 X-Men: The
Last Stand (Sci-fi, 2006, M) 10.15 The
Mummy (Adventure, 1999, M) 12.20am
The Brothers Grimm (Fantasy, 2005, M)
3pm WWE
Smackdown. (M)
5.00 2 Broke
Girls. (M) 6.00 The Simpsons. (PG)
6.30 Fresh Off The Boat. (PG) 7.30
Superstore. (PG) 8.00 Single Parents.
(PG) 8.30 S.W.A.T. (2017) (M) 9.30
Hunted. (M) 10.30 2 Broke Girls. (M)
11.30 American Dad! (M)
1pm Midsomer Murders.
(M) 5.00 The Coroner.
(PG) 5.55 8 Out Of 10 Cats
Does Countdown. (M) 6.55 Mrs
Brown’s Boys. (M) 7.30 The Graham
Norton Show. (PG) 8.30 Jonathan
Ross. (M) 9.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does
Countdown. (M) 10.25 Taskmaster. (M)
11.20 Father Brown. (M)
4.30pm Country
House Rescue
Revisits. (G) 5.30 Escape To The
Country. (G) 6.25 Aussie Pickers. (PG)
7.25 Selling Houses Aust. (PG) 8.30
The Secret Life Of 4 And 5 Year Olds.
(PG) 9.30 24 Hours In Emergency. (M)
10.30 What’s Your Emergency? (M)
11.30 One Born Every Minute UK. (M)
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The Hold Down. (PG, R, CC)
TV Shop: Home Shopping.
Global Shop.
TV Shop: Home Shopping.
Great Getaways.
(PG, R, CC)
5.00 News Early Edition. (CC)
5.30 Today. (CC)
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12.30pm Alaska:
The Last Frontier.
(PG) 1.30 Robson Green’s Australian
Adventure. (PG) 5.30 Sydney Harbour
Patrol. (PG) 7.30 Blowing Up History.
(PG) 8.30 Outback Opal Hunters. (PG)
9.30 Expedition Unknown. (PG) 11.30
Gold Rush. (PG) 12.30am Air Rescue.
(PG) 1.30 Treehouse Masters. (PG)
6.45pm B4 The Bash!
7.15 Cricket. Big Bash
League. Game 22.
Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers. 8.35
Between The Innings. 8.50 Cricket.
Big Bash League. Game 22. Adelaide
Strikers v Sydney Sixers. 10.10 BBL
Post-Game. 10.40 The Cricket Tragic.
11.10 Fox Cricket Test Day.
6am NRL Classic Match.
6pm Rugby League.
NRL. Round 1. Newcastle
Knights v Manly Sea Eagles. 7.00 NRL
Classic Match. 10.00 Classic Grand
Final. 11.00 NRL Classic Match. 12am
Classic Grand Final. 1.00 NRL Classic
Match.
6am Sunday
Edition. 11.00
NewsDay. 6pm Sky News National.
9.00 NewsNight. 1am Sky News UK
LIVE. 5.00 First Edition.
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6.00 News. (CC) 9.00 ABC News
Mornings. (CC) 10.00 Grand
Designs: House Of The Year. (R, CC)
11.00 Joanna Lumley’s Nile. (R, CC)
12.00 ABC News At Noon. (CC) 1.00
Keeping Australia Alive. (PG, R, CC)
2.00 Poldark. (Mav, R, CC)
3.00 The Cook And The
Chef. (R, CC)
3.30 Gardening
Australia. (R, CC)
4.30 Australian Story. (R, CC)
5.00 ABC News At Five. (CC)
5.30 Summer Drum. (CC)
6.00 Sunrise. (CC)
9.30 Cricket. (CC) Fourth Test.
Australia v India. Day 5.
Morning session.
12.30 The Lunch Break.
(CC) Takes a look at the
day’s play.
1.10 Cricket. (CC) Fourth Test.
Australia v India. Day 5.
Afternoon session. From
the SCG. (Please note:
alternative schedule may
be shown due to changes to
cricket coverage).
6.00 Today. (CC)
9.00 Today Extra
Summer. (PG, CC)
11.30 Morning News. (CC)
12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres
Show. (PG, CC)
1.00 Mr Mom. (PGa, R, CC)
Michael Keaton, Teri
M (1983)
Garr, Frederick Koehler.
3.00 News Now. (CC)
4.00 Afternoon News. (CC)
5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat.
(R, CC) Hosted by
Eddie McGuire.
6.00 The Talk. (PGa, CC) WIN:
Headline News. (CC) 7.00 Ent.
Tonight. (R, CC) 7.30 Bold. (PG, R,
CC) 8.00 Pointless. (PG, R, CC) 8.30
Studio 10. (PG, CC) 12.00 Dr Phil.
(PGal, R, CC) 1.00 Bondi Vet. (PGm,
R, CC) 2.00 Entertainment Tonight.
(CC) 2.30 Neighbours. (PG, R, CC)
3.00 Judge Judy. (PG, CC) 3.30
Everyday Gourmet With Justine
Schofield. (R, CC) 4.00 The Cook’s
Pantry With Matt Sinclair. (CC) 4.30
The Bold And The Beautiful. (PG,
CC) 5.00 10 News First. (CC)
6.00 France 24 English News.
(CC) 6.30 Al Jazeera. (CC) 7.30
Italian News. 8.10 Filipino News.
8.40 French News. 9.30 Greek
News. 10.30 German News. 11.00
Spanish News. 12.00 Arabic News
F24. 12.30 Turkish News. 1.00 Al
Jazeera. (CC) 2.00 Destination
Flavour: Japan – Best Bites. (R, CC)
3.00 Good Listening. (CC) 3.30
Celtic Woman: Destiny. (R, CC) 4.05
The Supervet. (PGa, R, CC) 5.00
Letters And Numbers. (R, CC) 5.30
Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail. (R, CC)
6.10 Grand Designs. (PG, R, CC)
Hosted by Kevin McCloud.
7.00 ABC News. (CC) Takes a look
at today’s top stories.
7.30 7.30. (CC) Joe O’Brien
presents the best analysis
of local, national and
international events from an
Australian perspective.
8.00 H The Best Of Back
Roads. (PG, R, CC)
Heather Ewart returns to
communities whose good
humour and inventiveness
inspires and uplifts.
9.00 The Royal Wives Of
Windsor: A Royal
Engagement. (PG, R, CC)
Part 1 of 2. An insight into the
women who have married
into the House of Windsor.
10.30 ABC Late News. (CC)
11.00 The First Monday In May.
(2016) Andrew
M (Ml, R, CC)
Bolton, John Galliano, JeanPaul Gaultier.
6.00 Seven News. (CC)
PRIME7: PRIME7 News. (CC)
6.30 PRIME7: PRIME7 News @
6:30. (CC)
7.00 Cricket. (CC) Big Bash
League. Game 23.
Melbourne Renegades v
Hobart Hurricanes. From
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne.
10.30 The Latest: Seven
News. (CC)
11.00 H The Goldbergs. (PG, CC)
Barry enlists the JTP to
help him break up Beverly’s
group of friends so Barry
can have all the attention
but soon realises he made
a mistake.
11.30 The Goldbergs. (PG, CC)
Hoping to get the “true”
spring break experience,
Erica and Barry visit Pops in
Florida. Adam tells the truth
to Beverly and Murray, but
gets a surprising reaction.
6.00 Nine News. (CC)
NBN: NBN News. (CC)
7.00 A Current Affair. (CC)
7.30 Tennis. (CC) FAST4. Rafael
Nadal v Nick Kyrgios.
From Qudos Bank Arena,
Sydney. Hosted by
Rebecca Maddern.
10.30 Multi Million Dollar Mega
Yachts. (PGl, R, CC) Takes
a look at mega yachts,
as 120 of the floating
palaces, and some of their
multi-millionaire owners,
get together for the annual
Monaco Yacht Show.
11.30 H Cold Case. (M, R, CC)
When a note connected to
a supposed suicide is found,
the team reopens the 1994
case of a high-school kid
who fell from the roof of the
school building after having
served detention.
6.00 Pointless. (PG, R, CC)
Hosted by Dr Andrew
Rochford and Mark
Humphries.
WIN: WIN News. (CC)
6.30 The Project. (CC) A look at
the day’s news.
7.30 Ambulance Australia.
(Madlv, R, CC) Paramedics
respond to a serious call
involving a 51-year-old man
suffering a heart attack.
8.30 H Muriel’s Wedding.
(1994) A young
M (Mls, R, CC)
woman, who dreams of
marriage, leaves her small
town to find romance in the
big city. Toni Collette, Bill
Hunter, Rachel Griffiths.
10.30 How To Stay Married.
(Mls, R, CC) Greg and Em
celebrate their anniversary.
11.00 The Project. (R, CC) A look
at the day’s news.
WIN: WIN’s All Australian
News. (CC)
6.00 Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail.
(PG, R, CC)
6.30 SBS World News. (CC)
7.30 H Queen Elizabeth’s
Secret Agents. (CC) Part 1
of 3. Explores the covert
spy network that helped
keep Elizabeth I in power
for over 40 years.
8.35 The Obesity Myth:
Battling The Biology.
(Ml, R, CC) Part 1 of 3.
Follows the struggle of
morbidly obese patients as
they go through a weightloss program.
9.40 The Contraceptive
Pill: How Safe Is It?
(CC) GP Dr Zoe Williams
investigates the latest
research surrounding the
long-term effects of the
contraceptive pill.
10.45 SBS World News Late. (CC)
11.15 The World Game. (CC)
11.45 Nox. (Mdlsv) (New Series)
12.30 Poldark. (PG, R, CC)
1.30 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv)
2.30 The Royal Wives Of
Windsor. (PG, R, CC)
4.00 The New Inventors. (R, CC)
4.30 Compass. (R, CC)
5.00 Catalyst. (R, CC)
5.30 Gardening
Australia. (R, CC)
12.00 The Astronaut Wives
Club. (Ma, R)
1.00 Travel Oz. (R, CC)
PRIME7: Home Shopping.
1.30 Harry’s Practice. (R, CC)
2.00 Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 NBC Today. (CC)
5.00 Seven Early News. (CC)
5.30 Sunrise. (CC)
12.15 House. (Mmv, R, CC)
1.05 Extra. (CC)
1.30 TV Shop: Home
Shopping. (R)
2.30 Global Shop.
3.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
(PG, R, CC) 5.00 News Early Edition.
(CC) 5.30 Today. (CC)
12.00 The Late Show With
Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC)
WIN: The Project. (R, CC)
1.00 Home Shopping. (R)
WIN: The Late Show With
Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC)
2.00 WIN: Home Shopping.
WIN: Home Shopping.
4.30 CBS This Morning.
12.45 Nox. (MA15+alsv) Catherine
and Raphael make a
shocking discovery.
1.45 The Family Law. (PG, R, CC)
5.00 CGTN English News. (CC)
5.15 NHK World English
News. (CC)
5.30 Deutsche Welle English
News. (CC)
The Best Of Back Roads, 8pm
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 7.30
Spicks And Specks. (PG) 8.00 Adam
Hills: The Last Leg Down Under. (M)
8.45 The Office. (PG) 9.30 DON’T
MISS The Good Place. (M) 10.35
Idiotsitter. 10.55 30 Rock. 11.20
Parks And Recreation. 11.40 Inside
Amy Schumer. 12.05 Reno 911! 12.25
30 Rock. 12.50 Parks And Rec. 1.10
Broad City. 1.35 The IT Crowd. 2.25
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 4.10
Massive Monster Mayhem. 4.35
Children’s Programs. 6.00 Kung
Fu Panda. 6.25 Officially Amazing.
6.55 Horrible Histories. 7.25 The
Penguins Of Madagascar. 7.50 The
Fairly OddParents. 8.10 Slugterra.
(PG) 8.35 Detentionaire. 8.55 Stand
And Deliver. 9.10 Prisoner Zero.
9.35 Rage. (PG) 10.40 Close.
5.30 Children’s Programs.
The Goldbergs, 11pm
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6.00 Morning Programs. 9.30 NBC
Today. 10.30 NBC Press. 11.30 Vasili’s
Garden. 12.00 The Great Outdoors.
2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00
Sydney Weekender. 3.30 House Of
Wellness. (PG) 4.30 Harry’s Practice.
5.00 Animal Rescue. 5.30 Medical
Emergency. (PG) 6.00 M*A*S*H. (PG)
6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Doc Martin.
(PG) 8.30 Lewis. (M) 10.30 Blue
Murder. (M) 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
Loose Screws. (PG) 1.30 Rodeo. PBR
Australia. 2.00 MXTV. (PG) 2.30
Blokesworld. (PG) 3.00 Inside West
Coast Customs. (PG) 4.00 Bloopers.
(PG) 5.00 Doomsday Preppers. (PG)
6.00 Ice Road Truckers. (PG) 7.00
Storage Wars. (PG) 7.30 American
Restoration. (PG) 8.30 DON’T MISS
American Pickers. (PG) 9.30 Aussie
Pickers. (PG) 10.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
Black-ish. (PG) 1.30 Once Upon A
Time. (PG) 3.30 How I Met Your
Mother. (PG) 4.00 Bewitched. 4.30
I Dream Of Jeannie. 5.00 Just Shoot
Me! (PG) 6.00 How I Met Your
Mother. (PG) 7.00 Modern Family.
(PG) 8.00 Builders Make You Laugh
Out Loud. (PG) 9.00 MOVIE: Magic
Mike XXL. (MA15+) (2015) 11.30 Late
Programs.
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6.00 TV Shop. 7.00 Creflo. (PG)
7.30 TV Shop. 9.30 Danoz. 10.30
Ellen DeGeneres. (PG) 11.30 Mad
About You. (PG) 12.00 Tennis.
Sydney International. Day 2. Round
1. 6.00 Vet On The Hill. (PG) 7.00
Secret Life Of Pets. (PG) 7.30 MOVIE:
Look Who’s Talking. (PG) (1989) 9.30
MOVIE: Elsa & Fred. (M) (2014) Shirley
MacLaine. 11.30 Law & Order: S.V.U.
(M) 12.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 10.00
Dawson’s Creek. (PG) 11.00 Friends.
(PG) 12.00 Robot Wars. (PG) 1.00
The Middle. (PG) 2.00 Dance Moms.
(PG) 3.00 Children’s Programs.
4.30 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 5.00
Clarence. (PG) 5.30 Uncle Grandpa.
(PG) 6.00 Friends. (PG) 7.00 The
Big Bang Theory. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE:
Billy Madison. (M) (1995) Adam
Sandler. 10.15 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 12.30
Good Bones. (PG) 1.30 Texas Flip
And Move. 2.30 House Hunters
Int. 3.00 The Block Sky High. (PG)
4.00 Come Dine With Me UK. (PG)
5.00 Fixer Upper. (PG) 6.00 House
Hunters Int. 7.00 House Hunters.
7.30 Botched. (M) 8.30 Tabatha’s
Salon Takeover. (M) 10.30 The Real
Housewives Of Orange County. (M)
11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 8.30
Monster Jam. 9.30 iFish Summer.
10.00 Cheers. (PG) 10.30 Wonders
Of Life. 12.00 Mission: Impossible.
(PG) 1.00 MacGyver. (PG) 2.00 Jake
And The Fatman. (PG) 3.00 Diagnosis
Murder. (PG) 4.00 ST: Next Gen. (PG)
5.00 Star Trek: Voyager. (PG) 6.00
Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue.
(PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M)
8.30 NCIS. (M) 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00
Touched By An Angel. (PG) 1.00
Charmed. (PG) 2.00 Malcolm. (PG)
3.00 Becker. (PG) 3.30 King Of
Queens. (PG) 4.00 Raymond. (PG)
5.00 Frasier. (PG) 6.00 Ent. Tonight.
6.30 Neighbours. (PG) 7.00 Two And
A Half Men. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE: Lara
Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life.
(M) (2003) 10.50 Sex And The City.
(MA15+) 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News
Mornings. 12.00 ABC News At
Noon. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons.
5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.30 ABC
News. 6.30 Summer Drum. 7.00
ABC National News. 8.00 ABC
News Tonight. 9.30 Summer Drum.
10.00 The World. 10.30 ABC News.
11.30 One Plus One. 12.00 ABC Late
News. 12.30 7.30. 1.00 ABC Late
News. 1.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE:
Prince Avalanche. (2013) 1.40 Flight
920. (PG) 2.55 It’s Suppertime! (PG)
3.20 PopAsia TV. (PG) 4.20 Noisey.
(PG) 5.10 If You Are The One. (PG)
6.20 Travel Man. (PG) 6.50 The
Crystal Maze. (PG) 7.40 RocKwiz.
8.30 Housos. (MA15+) 9.05 Adam
Looking For Eve VIP. (MA15+) 10.00
DON’T MISS The Girlfriend
Experience. 10.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.05 Food
Safari. 1.30 The Good Cooks. (PG)
3.00 Surfing The Menu. (PG) 3.30
Food Lab. 4.00 Food Lover’s Guide.
4.30 Grandma’s Boy. 5.00 Secret
Meat Business. 5.30 The Cook And
The Chef. 6.30 Oliver’s Twist. 7.30
Thai Street Food. 8.30 Donna Hay:
Basics To Brilliance Kids. 9.30 Food
Porn. 10.00 The Cook And The Chef.
10.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.30
Always Have And Always Will. 2.00
Sivummut. (PG) 2.30 Designing
Africa. 3.00 Jarjums. 5.00 Volumz.
6.00 Surviving. (PG) 6.30 Chefs’
Line. 7.00 Our Stories. 7.30 News.
7.35 Breaking A Monster. (M) 9.10
Johnny Cash’s Bitter Tears Revisited.
(PG) 10.10 News. 10.15 MOVIE:
Mavis! (PG) (2015) 11.40 Late
Programs.
Classifications: (P) Preschoolers (C) Children (G) General (PG) Parental Guidance (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (CC) Closed Captions (R) Repeat (WS) Widescreen.
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Man (Drama, 2016,
M) 4.10 It Comes At Night (Horror,
2017, MA15+) 5.45 Blade Runner 2049
(Sci-Fi, 2017, MA15+) 8.30 Walking
Out (Thriller, 2017, M) 10.10 Star Wars:
Episode VIII – The Last Jedi (Action,
2017, M) 12.40am Detroit (Drama, 2017,
MA15+)
4.50pm
Breaking
Bad. (MA15+) 5.40 Sherlock Holmes:
Elementary. (M) 6.30 Outlander.
(MA15+) 7.30 Bulletproof. (M) 8.20
Inside The Pacific. (M) 8.30 Bulletproof.
(M) 9.20 Inside Game Of Thrones. (M)
9.30 Game Of Thrones. (MA15+) 11.30
Room 104. (MA15+)
11.20am The
Transporter (2002,
M) 12.55pm Transporter 2 (Action,
2005, M) 2.30 The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
(2015, M) 4.30 Species (Sci-fi, 1995,
MA15+) 6.30 I Am Number Four
(Fantasy, 2011, M) 8.30 Star Trek Into
Darkness (Sci-Fi, 2013, M) 10.45 The
Mummy Returns (Adventure, 2001, M)
3.05pm Border
Security. (M) 3.30
Futurama. (PG) 4.00
Bob’s Burgers. (M) 4.30 The Simpsons.
(PG) 5.30 American Dad! (M) 6.30
Family Guy. (MA15+) 7.30 76th Annual
Golden Globe Awards. 10.30 Police Ten
7. (M) 11.30 Caught On Camera With
Nick Cannon. (M)
1pm Midsomer Murders. (M)
3.00 Doc Martin. (M) 4.00
Absolutely Fabulous. (M) 4.35
QI. (M) 5.45 Insert Name Here. (PG)
6.20 Emmerdale. (PG) 7.20 Coronation
Street. (PG) 7.50 EastEnders. 8.30
Inspector George Gently. (M) 10.30
New Tricks. (M) 11.30 The Graham
Norton Show. (M)
3.10pm Antiques
Roadtrip. 4.10
Better Homes. (G) 5.30 Escape To The
Country. (G) 6.30 Location, Location,
Location. (G) 7.30 Grand Designs. (PG)
8.30 Long Lost Family UK. (PG) 9.30
Inside The Ambulance. (M) 10.30
Escape To The Country. (PG) 11.30 24
Hours In Emergency. (M)
3.30pm Deadliest
Catch. (PG) 4.30
Shifting Gears With Aaron Kaufman.
(PG) 5.30 Fast N’ Loud. (PG) 6.30
Garage Rehab. (PG) 7.30 Fast N’ Loud.
(PG) 8.30 Jay Leno’s Garage. (PG) 9.30
Shifting Gears With Aaron Kaufman.
(PG) 10.30 World’s Deadliest Drivers.
(M) 11.30 Naked And Afraid. (M)
5.45pm Test Match
Post-Game. 6.45 B4
The Bash! 7.15 Cricket.
Big Bash League. Game 23. Melbourne
Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes. 8.35
Between The Innings. 8.50 Cricket.
Big Bash League. Game 23. Melbourne
Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes. 10.30
BBL Post-Game. 11.00 Sport Special.
6am NRL Classic Match.
5pm Rugby League.
NRL. Round 12. Canberra
Raiders v Manly Sea Eagles. 6.00 The
Fan. 7.00 Classic Grand Final. 9.30 The
Fan. 10.30 NRL Classic Match.
6am First
Edition. 10.00
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NewsNight. 1am Sky News UK LIVE.
5.00 First Edition.
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11.30 Who’s Been Sleeping In My
House? (R, CC) 12.00 ABC News At
Noon. (CC) 1.00 Keeping Australia
Alive. (Ma, R, CC) 2.00 Poldark. (PG,
R, CC) 3.00 Short Cuts To Glory:
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Gardening Aust. (R, CC) 4.30 Aust
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Five. (CC) 5.30 Summer Drum. (CC)
6.00 Sunrise. (CC)
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Summer Series. (PG, CC)
11.30 Seven Morning News. (CC)
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1.30 Cricket. (CC) Women’s
Big Bash League. Game 47.
Sydney Thunder v
Melbourne Renegades. From
Spotless Stadium, Sydney.
5.00 The Chase
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6.00 Today. (CC) 9.00 Today Extra
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11.30 Morning News. (CC)
12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres
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6.00 The Talk. (PGa, CC) WIN:
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R, CC) WIN: WIN News. (R, CC)
8.00 Pointless. (PG, R, CC) 8.30
Studio 10. (PG, CC) 12.00 Dr Phil.
(PGal, R, CC) 1.00 Bondi Vet. (PG,
R, CC) 2.00 Ent. Tonight. (CC)
2.30 Neighbours. (PG, R, CC) 3.00
Judge Judy. (PG, CC) 3.30 Everyday
Gourmet. (R, CC) 4.00 Cook’s
Pantry. (CC) 4.30 Bold. (PG, CC)
5.00 10 News First. (CC)
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6.30 Al Jazeera. (CC) 7.00 BBC
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Filipino News. 8.40 French News.
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News. 11.00 Tennis. (CC) Kooyong
Classic. Day 1. From Kooyong
Stadium, Melbourne.
4.00 The Supervet. (PGa, R, CC)
5.00 Letters And
Numbers. (R, CC)
5.30 Luke Nguyen’s Food
Trail. (R, CC)
6.10 Grand Designs. (R, CC)
7.00 ABC News. (CC)
7.30 7.30. (CC) Joe O’Brien
presents the best analysis
of local, national and
international events.
8.00 H Foreign
Correspondent. (CC)
(Series return) Siobhan
Heanue heads to India’s far
east where wild elephants
are in deadly, daily conflict
with the locals.
8.30 The Human Body: Secrets
Of Your Life Revealed:
Grow. (R, CC) Part 1 of 3.
Cutting-edge graphics
provide an insight into the
biology of the human body.
9.30 Stealing Van Gogh.
(Ma, CC) Andrew GrahamDixon looks at the theft of
two priceless and historically
important paintings.
10.30 ABC Late News. (CC)
11.00 How To Stay Young. (R, CC)
6.00 Seven News. (CC)
PRIME7: PRIME7 News. (CC)
6.30 PRIME7: PRIME7 News @
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7.00 Cricket. (CC) Big Bash
League. Game 24. Sydney
Thunder v Brisbane
Heat. From Spotless
Stadium, Sydney.
10.30 The Latest: Seven
News. (CC)
11.00 World’s Deadliest
Weather: Caught On
Camera. (PG, R, CC) Car and
truck drivers flee the biggest
tornado ever recorded as it
crosses the highway outside
El Reno, Texas. A big wave
surfer is almost killed when
he attempts to ride a 18.2
metre wave.
6.00 Nine News. (CC)
NBN: NBN News. (CC)
7.00 A Current Affair. (CC)
7.30 The Big Bang Theory.
(PGs, R, CC) The Wolowitzes’
life gets complicated when
Stuart starts bringing his
new girlfriend home.
8.00 The Big Bang Theory.
(PG, R, CC) Leonard is
curious as to why Sheldon
has never mentioned his
childhood best friend, Tam,
to anyone.
8.30 We’re The Millers.
(2013)
M (Mdlnsv, R, CC)
A small-time drug dealer,
in trouble with his supplier,
creates a fake family as part
of a smuggling plan. Jennifer
Aniston, Jason Sudeikis.
10.30 H Mom. (Mas, CC)
Christy and Bonnie
help Jill get sober.
11.00 The Closer. (M, R, CC)
11.45 Major Crimes. (Mdv, R, CC)
6.00 Pointless. (PG, R, CC)
Hosted by Dr Andrew
Rochford and Mark
Humphries.
WIN: WIN News. (CC)
6.30 The Project. (CC)
7.30 Ambulance Australia.
(Mav, R, CC) Follows NSW
Ambulance’s Sydney
operations.
8.30 FBI. (CC) FBI special agents
Maggie Bell and Omar Adom
“OA” Zidan investigate
crimes in New York City.
9.30 H NCIS: Los Angeles.
(Mv, R, CC) When the
daughter of a counterfeiter
arrives in Los Angeles, Sam
is sent undercover as a
financier.
10.30 NCIS: Los Angeles.
(Mv, R, CC) A US Navy
lieutenant is murdered.
11.30 The Project. (R, CC)
WIN: WIN’s All Australian
News. (CC)
6.00 Motor Racing. (CC) Dakar
Rally. Stage 1. Highlights.
6.30 SBS World News. (CC)
7.30 Great American Railroad
Journeys: Boston To
Concord. (CC) Michael
embarks on a 1770km
railroad journey from
Boston, Massachusetts,
to Toronto, Canada.
8.40 H Mediterranean
With Simon Reeve. (CC)
Part 1 of 4. Simon Reeve
embarks on an epic journey
around the Mediterranean,
beginning in Malta.
9.50 Building The Tube:
The Northern Line. (CC)
Part 1 of 4. Engineer Rob
Bell explores the pioneering
history of the London
Underground.
10.45 SBS World News Late. (CC)
11.15 Agatha Christie’s
Criminal Games. (Malv)
(Series return)
12.00 Poldark. (PG, R, CC)
1.00 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv)
2.00 The Human Body: Secrets Of
Your Life Revealed. (R, CC) 3.00
How To Stay Young. (R, CC) 4.00
The New Inventors. (R, CC) 4.30
Compass. (R, CC) 5.00 Catalyst.
(PG, R, CC) 5.30 Gardening
Australia. (R, CC)
12.00 H The Catch. (Msv, R, CC)
1.00 Travel Oz. (R, CC)
PRIME7: Home Shopping.
1.30 Harry’s Practice. (R, CC)
Information about pet care.
2.00 Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 NBC Today. (CC)
5.00 Seven Early News. (CC)
5.30 Sunrise. (CC)
12.35 House. (Mmv, R, CC)
1.30 Extra. (CC)
2.00 TV Shop: Home
Shopping. (R)
2.30 Global Shop.
3.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
(PG, R, CC) 5.00 News Early Edition.
(CC) 5.30 Today. (CC)
12.30 The Late Show With
Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC)
WIN: The Project. (R, CC)
1.30 Home Shopping. (R)
WIN: The Late Show With
Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC)
2.30 WIN: Home Shopping. (R)
WIN: Home Shopping. (R)
4.30 CBS This Morning.
12.55 Lilyhammer. (Mdlv, R, CC)
Frank attempts to help a girl
in trouble.
4.25 Poh’s Kitchen. (R, CC)
5.00 CGTN English News. (CC)
5.15 NHK World English
News. (CC)
5.30 Deutsche Welle English
News. (CC)
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Foreign Correspondent, 8pm
FREEVIEW
today’s top 3
AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR
7.30pm, 9go!
TIMEWASTERS
10.10pm, abc comedy
DOPESICK NATION
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 7.30
Spicks And Specks. 8.00 The Agony
Of… 8.30 Black Books. 8.55 The
Office. 9.35 The Best Of Fresh
Blood 2017. 10.10 DON’T MISS
Timewasters. 10.30 30 Rock. 10.55
Parks And Rec. 11.15 Inside Amy
Schumer. 11.40 Reno 911! 12.00 The
Office. 12.45 30 Rock. 1.05 Parks
And Rec. 1.25 Inside Amy Schumer.
1.50 Reno 911! 2.10 Late Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 4.10
Massive Monster Mayhem. (PG)
4.35 Children’s Programs. 6.25
Officially Amazing. 6.55 Horrible
Histories. (PG) 7.25 The Penguins
Of Madagascar. 7.50 The Fairly
OddParents. 8.10 Slugterra. 8.35
Detentionaire. 8.55 Stand And
Deliver. 9.10 Prisoner Zero. 9.35
Rage. (PG) 10.40 Close. 5.30
Children’s Programs.
The Catch, 12am
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6.00 Morning Programs. 2.00
Million Dollar Minute. 3.00 M*A*S*H.
(PG) 3.30 House Calls To The Rescue.
4.30 Harry’s Practice. 5.00 Animal
Rescue. 5.30 Medical Emergency.
(PG) 6.00 M*A*S*H. (PG) 6.30
Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Jonathan Creek.
(M) 8.30 Crime Investigation
Australia: Most Infamous. (MA15+)
9.30 The Suspects: True Australian
Thrillers. (M) 10.30 Late Programs.
7mate
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
Doomsday Preppers. (PG) 2.00
American Restoration. (PG) 3.00
Inside West Coast Customs. (PG)
4.00 American Pickers. (PG) 5.00
Doomsday Preppers. (PG) 6.00 Ice
Road Truckers. (PG) 7.00 Storage
Wars. (PG) 7.30 Motorway Patrol.
(PG) 8.30 MegaTruckers. (M) 9.00
Outback Pilots. (PG) 10.00 Late
Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 9.00 Get
Arty. 10.00 James Robison. (PG)
10.30 House Rules. (PG) 2.00 Once
Upon A Time. (PG) 3.00 Jabba’s
School Holiday Movie Special. (PG)
4.00 How I Met Your Mother. (PG)
5.00 Modern Family. (PG) 6.00
How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 7.00
Modern Family. (PG) 8.30 Ink
Master. (M) 10.20 Ex On The Beach.
(MA15+) 11.20 Late Programs.
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NCIS: Los Angeles, 9.30pm
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Mediterranean With Simon Reeve, 8.40pm
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6.00 TV Shop. 7.00 Creflo. (PG)
6.00 Morning Programs. 10.00
7.30 TV Shop. 9.30 Danoz. 10.30
Cheers. (PG) 11.00 Bondi Rescue.
Ellen DeGeneres. (PG) 11.30 Mad
(PG) 12.00 Mission: Impossible. (PG)
About You. (PG) 12.00 Top Chef. (PG) 1.00 MacGyver. (PG) 2.00 Jake And
1.00 Tennis. Sydney International.
The Fatman. (PG) 3.00 Diagnosis
Day 3. Round 1 and 2. 6.00 Keeping
Murder. (PG) 4.00 ST: Next Gen. (PG)
Up Appearances. (PG) 7.00 Tennis.
5.00 Star Trek: Voyager. (PG) 6.00
Sydney International. Night 3. Round Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue.
2. 10.00 Major Crimes. (M) 11.00
(PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger.
Chicago Med. (M) 12.00 Explore TV
(M) 8.30 CSI: Miami. 10.30 The
Korea. 12.30 Late Programs.
Mentalist. (M) 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 10.00
Dawson’s Creek. (PG) 11.00 Friends.
(PG) 12.00 Robot Wars. (PG) 1.00
The Middle. (PG) 2.00 Dance Moms.
(PG) 3.00 Children’s Programs. 5.30
Uncle Grandpa. (PG) 6.00 Friends.
(PG) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory.
(PG) 7.30 DON’T MISS American
Ninja Warrior. (PG) 9.15 MOVIE: The
Replacement Killers. (MA15+) (1998)
Yun-Fat Chow. 11.00 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
House Hunters. 2.00 Island Life.
3.00 The Block Sky High. (PG)
3.30 Flip Or Flop. 4.00 Come
Dine With Me UK. (PG) 5.00 Fixer
Upper. (PG) 6.00 House Hunters
Int. 7.00 House Hunters. 7.30 Fixer
Upper. (PG) 8.30 Good Bones. (PG)
9.30 Beachfront Bargain Hunt.
10.30 Beachfront Bargain Hunt:
Renovation. 11.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 10.00
Frasier. (PG) 11.00 Raymond. (PG)
12.00 Touched By An Angel. (PG)
1.00 Charmed. (PG) 2.00 Malcolm.
(PG) 3.00 Two And A Half Men. (PG)
3.30 King Of Queens. (PG) 4.00
Raymond. 5.00 Frasier. (PG) 6.00
Ent. Tonight. 6.30 Neighbours. (PG)
7.00 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 8.30
MOVIE: Divergent. (M) (2014) 11.15
Late Programs.
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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News
Mornings. 12.00 ABC News At
Noon. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons.
5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.30 ABC
News. 6.30 Summer Drum. 7.00
ABC National News. 8.00 ABC
News Tonight. 9.30 Summer Drum.
10.00 The World. 10.30 ABC News.
11.30 One Plus One. 12.00 ABC Late
News. 12.30 7.30. 1.00 ABC Late
News. 1.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE:
Tarzan. (PG) (2013) 1.40 Flight 920.
(PG) 3.30 Billy On The Street. (PG)
4.00 WorldWatch. 5.00 If You Are
The One. (PG) 6.10 The Crystal Maze.
(PG) 7.10 Motor Racing. Dakar Rally.
Stage 1. 7.40 RocKwiz. (M) 8.30 8
Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown.
9.30 Do Communists Have Better
Sex? 10.30 DON’T MISS Dopesick
Naion. 11.20 Late Programs.
sbs food
ch33
6.00 Morning Programs. 1.30
Oliver’s Twist. 2.30 Surfing The
Menu. (PG) 3.30 Food Lab. 4.00
Food Lover’s Guide. 4.30 Grandma’s
Boy. 5.00 Secret Meat Business.
5.30 The Cook And The Chef. 6.30
Oliver’s Twist. 7.30 How To Cook Like
Heston. 8.30 Poh’s Kitchen. 9.30
Food Porn. 10.00 The Cook And The
Chef. 11.00 Oliver’s Twist. 12.00 Late
Programs.
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6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00
Anthem Sessions. (PG) 2.00 The
Chefs’ Line. 2.30 Surviving. (PG)
3.00 Jarjums. 5.00 Volumz. 6.00
Campfire. 6.30 Chefs’ Line. 7.00
Our Stories. 7.15 For The Kids. 7.25
News. 7.30 Haunted: The Other
Side. (PG) 8.00 Chappelle’s Show.
(M) 8.30 Broke Ass Game Show. (M)
9.30 News. 9.35 Hunting Aotearoa.
10.35 Late Programs.
Classifications: (P) Preschoolers (C) Children (G) General (PG) Parental Guidance (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (CC) Closed Captions (R) Repeat (WS) Widescreen.
Consumer Advice: (a) Adult themes (d) Drug references (h) Horror (s) Sex references (l) Language (m) Medical procedures (n) Nudity (v) Violence. Please note: Listings are correct at the time of print and are subject to change by networks.
1.15pm Walking
Out (Thriller, 2017,
M) 2.55 Slumber (Sci-Fi, 2017, MA15+)
4.20 It (Horror, 2017, MA15+) 6.35
Pacific Rim: Uprising (Sci-Fi, 2018, M)
8.30 Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle
(Adventure, 2017, PG) 10.30 Tomb
Raider (Adventure, 2018, M) 12.25am
Death Wish (Action, 2018)
4pm
Boardwalk
Empire. (MA15+) 5.00 Breaking Bad.
(MA15+) 5.50 Sherlock Holmes:
Elementary. (M) 6.40 House. (M) 7.30
Outlander. (MA15+) 8.30 My Brilliant
Friend. (MA15+) 9.45 Burden Of Truth.
(PG) 10.35 Game Of Thrones. (MA15+)
11.35 VICE. (M)
1.05pm The
Transporter Refueled
(Action, 2015, MA15+) 2.45 Double
Impact (Action, 1991, MA15+) 4.45
Species II (Action, 1998, MA15+) 6.30
Marauders (Action, 2016, MA15+) 8.30
The Italian Job (Action, 2003, M) 10.30
The Mechanic (Action, 2011, MA15+)
12.05am Beast Of Burden (2018, M)
3pm Border Security.
(M) 3.30 Futurama.
(PG) 4.00 Bob’s
Burgers. (M) 4.30 The Simpsons. (PG)
5.30 American Dad! (M) 6.30 Family
Guy. (MA15+) 7.30 The Simpsons.
(PG) 8.30 Marvel’s Runaways. (M)
10.30 Police Ten 7. (M) 11.30 Marvel’s
Runaways. (M)
3pm Doc Martin. (PG) 4.00
Absolutely Fabulous. (M)
4.35 QI. (M) 5.45 Insert
Name Here. (M) 6.20 Emmerdale.
(PG) 7.20 Coronation Street. (PG) 7.50
EastEnders. 8.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats
Does Countdown. (M) 10.20 Stephen
Fry In America. (PG) 11.30 The Graham
Norton Show. (M)
3.10pm Antiques
Roadtrip. 4.10
Better Homes. (G) 5.30 Escape To The
Country. (G) 6.30 Location, Location,
Location. (G) 7.30 Grand Designs. (G)
8.30 Escape To The Country. (PG) 9.30
Escape To The Continent. (G) 10.45
Escape To The Country. (PG) 11.45 24
Hours In Emergency. (M)
2.30pm Alaskan
Bush People. (PG)
3.30 Deadliest Catch. (PG) 4.30
Homestead Rescue. (PG) 5.30 Fast N’
Loud. (PG) 6.30 Jay Leno’s Garage.
(PG) 7.30 Aussie Gold Hunters. (PG)
8.30 What On Earth? (PG) 9.30
Expedition Unknown. (PG) 11.30 Naked
And Afraid. (M)
6am Sport Special.
6.45pm B4 The Bash!
7.15 Cricket. Big Bash
League. Game 24. Sydney Thunder
v Brisbane Heat. 8.35 Between The
Innings. 8.50 Cricket. Big Bash League.
Game 24. Sydney Thunder v Brisbane
Heat. 10.30 BBL Post-Game. 11.00
Sport Special.
6am NRL Classic Match.
2pm Rugby League. NRL.
Round 5. Wests Tigers
v Melbourne Storm. 3.00 NRL Classic
Match. 6.00 The Fan. 7.00 NRL Classic
Match. 10.00 The Fan. 11.00 NRL
Classic Match.
6am First
Edition. 10.00
NewsDay. 3pm Sky News National. 8.00
NewsNight. 1am Sky News UK LIVE.
5.00 First Edition.
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DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 2019
I looked down and in
his hand I saw that the
man had a kitchen
knife with a black
handle and a long
12-inch blade.
Witness Sam Clack
escaped the Manchester
terror attack that
hospitalised three people
If we organise
together, if we fight
together, if we persist
together, we can win.
We can and we will.
Elizabeth Warren will
run against US president
Donald Trump in 2020
Shattered screen taught
us all a valuable lesson
I
t all started with a smashed
iPad. I could feel it slipping
out from under my arm as I
walked up our back stairs.
Laden with bags of groceries,
school bags, hats, toys, towels and
whatever else it was I was carrying in from the car, all I could do
was watch it fall two metres to
meet the bricks, screen down,
with a shattering crunch.
My five-year-old let out a cry
of horror and raced back down to
rescue it. But I knew the damage
had already been done. And I
wasn’t the least bit sad.
When he carried it back inside
and held it out to me, shattered
screen up in his two small hands,
all I said was: “Good.”
“Good?” he cried.
“Yes, good. You watch it too
much. You want it too much. You
sneak on to it in the mornings
when you know we have a ‘no
screens before school’ rule. I’m
glad it’s smashed.”
And with that I put it up on top
of the kitchen cupboard and that’s
where it has stayed. And five minutes after it went up there we were
making pikelets together and the
smashed iPad had been forgotten.
Next to go was the TV.
We haven’t had free-to-air
television for years because of all
the ads. Yes, I’m one of those
whingers. So we’d watch movies
and then got an Apple TV with
subscriptions to Netflix and Stan.
But then my three-year-old
would always be asking: “Can I
have a watch?” And my five-yearold as soon as he got home from
school: “Can I have a watch?”
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
ALEXIA
PURCELL
The TV was on loan and on the last
day of school this year, before we
went on our annual camping holiday,
I returned it.
Our camping holiday is to a magical camping ground two hours from
town. No electricity. No reception.
And most importantly, no screens.
For the first couple of days the kids
badgered us to watch this or that or
play this or play that with them.
Now don’t get me wrong, we were
playing with them: Uno, Scrabble,
bocce and swimming in the creek,
cooking; we even wrote a book together. But without a screen to entertain them, they wanted us to; they
wanted us to be the screen.
Then something remarkable happened. After those first couple of days,
they just stopped. And started playing
by themselves or together.
At the end of the six days, my kids
had these little games going, their
own jokes. They were connected and
they were more connected with us.
As we headed home, I vowed out
loud that we weren’t going to get another TV. And how has that been?
Fine. Absolutely fine.
In the morning my kids get up and
they play. All day they play. We go
out, we go to the beach, we go to the
zoo, we walk the dog and bike ride
around the park. Then we go home
and they play.
There are no tantrums, little fighting, no badgering us to watch this or
entertain them.
They are learning so much more.
They’re so much more conscientious
towards each other, other people, animals. There are hardly any tears. Just
lots of laughs, music, crazy dance-offs.
So are we doing the right thing?
You sneak on to it in
the mornings when
you know we have a
‘no screens before
school’ rule.
Child and educational psychologist,
Andrew Greenfield said we live in a
world of technology and screens, so
we have to be realistic.
“To completely get rid of screens is
unrealistic. It is important kids have
some exposure,” he said.
“Screens can be good things for
kids to use to wind down and have
their own time on but it depends on
three things.
What they’re doing on the screens.
Is it educational, interactive or just
blood and guts?
I know what we’re doing isn’t for
everyone and I’m certainly not saying
my children won’t ever use technology but the results of removing
screens have been remarkable
Really, it is up to you and your
family. You know them best. But a little less screen time would never hurt
anyone and a little more “us” and “me
time” would do us all good.
Alexia Purcell is a freelance writer.
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1964
Premier Stevens fixed
finances after Lang
ON THIS
DAY
TROY LENNON
HISTORY EDITOR
I
n 1932 when the NSW governor Sir
Philip Game sacked Labor Premier
Jack Lang, for defaulting on loans
taken out by the state government,
he appointed the new opposition
leader Bertram Stevens, from the
United Australia Party (UAP), as
caretaker premier.
Lang had refused to carry out the
“Premiers’ Plan”, formulated by British
experts, instructing Lang to cut
government spending, reduce pensions
and sack government employees to
repay the loans. Lang argued
thousands would starve if he had to
prioritise British banks over workingclass Australians.
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the plan. Which he largely
did reducing pensions and
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laying off civil service
staff among other
measures. But far from
starving workers with
draconian cuts, Stevens
implemented a work
relief scheme and gave
protection to renters and
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people with mortgages to
stop them being thrown on
sed to
the streets. He even refused
break the unions.
Stevens would hold office for more
than seven years, the sixth longest
term in history. While Lang’s name is
remembered, Stevens, born 130 years
ago today, has been all but forgotten.
He was born on January 2, 1889, the
seventh surviving child of carpenter
John and his wife Sarah Ann.
But he was a bright student and was
able to get a place at the selective Fort
Street Model School. His strength lay
in mathematics and he headed for a
career in accountancy and public
service. His first job was in the audit
office of the Sydney Municipal
Council, later moving to the NSW
Treasury.
It was as Director of State Finance
at the treasury that he had his first runin with Lang. Under premier James
Fuller, Stevens had been reorganising
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announced he would replace
Stevens, so Stevens beat him to the
punch and resigned going into private
practice as an accountant.
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elections Stevens was sought
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out by Nationalist politician
Thomas Bavin, who
organised Stevens to be
preselected for the seat of
Croydon. Stevens won the
seat and became a minister in
nt, as
Premier Bavin’s government,
assistant treasurer. But Stevens quickly
climbed the party ranks, after Bavin
was voted out in 1930, Stevens became
deputy opposition leader. But some of
the party’s financial backers were
grooming him for leadership.
In the move to merge the
Nationalist party with another rightwing organisation, the All for Australia
League (AFAL) to form the UAP,
Bavin’s grip on power began to slip.
When Bavin became ill in 1932 Stevens
took over as opposition leader.
When Lang defaulted on the
government’s loan, Stevens was able to
capitalise. Game sacked Lang, Stevens
was appointed caretaker leader,
dissolving parliament and holding
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in May 1932. He formed a
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alleviate
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In 1937 Stevens went on an overseas
trip to Europe, on which he met with
Dr Josef Goebbels, among others, and
returned convinced that the Nazis did
not pose a threat. But if that seems out
of touch with hindsight, Stevens was
really out of touch about threats to his
own authority within his party.
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Opposition to his somewhat
autocratic style of leadership began to
grow. In a cabinet reshuffle in 1936
Stevens sacked his troublesome deputy
leader and elevated a supporter Eric
Spooner. Spooner became increasingly
ambitious and opposed Stevens on
some important points of policy.
In 1939 Spooner resigned from
cabinet and in August launched a
censure motion against Stevens, which
succeeded by two votes. Stevens
resigned, but Spooner did not get his
wish of becoming premier, the job went
to Alexander Mair.
Stevens then harboured hopes of
moving into federal politics. In 1940 he
stood for the federal seat of Lang
(named after Rev John Dunmore
Lang) but was defeated.
Knighted in 1941 he served as an
Australian representative in Delhi to
the Eastern Group Supply Council, coordinating war supplies in British
dominions. He later returned to his
private accountancy practice.
He died in 1973 and was given a
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REMEMBER WHEN Aussies holidayed in ‘Mother’
IN the 1960s it was almost a
rite of passage for young
Australians to take a working
holiday in Britain. It was called
by some “going home to
mother’’.
Ocean liners bringing
migrants and ‘‘ten pound
Poms’’ to this country would
probably have returned home
empty were it not for the
thousands of adventurous
Aussies eager to head in the
opposite direction.
As a result fares to Britain
were cheap. In 1961 I paid just
over a hundred pounds for a
First regular
telephone service
in Australia when a store on
Spencer St, Melbourne,
McLean Brothers and Rigg,
talks with an office in
Elizabeth Street.
1878
four-week journey in a fourberth cabin that took me
through the Suez Canal to
Athens and then overland by
rail to London.
In the foolhardy spirit of
adventurous youth, I had just a
one-way ticket and no idea of
how difficult it would be on an
English salary of just six
pounds a week to save enough
money for my fare home. But
that’s another story.
Today some people go on
cruises for holidays once or
twice a year but back then a
long voyage by sea was
considered a big deal. Friends
and loved ones would line the
wharf, throwing streamers to
those on board and watching
the ship as it pulled out to sea.
It was always a colourful sight
and an emotional one.
Some of my contemporaries
went to England as nobodies
and found fame and fortune:
Clive James, Germaine Greer
and Barry Humphries to name
just a few.
Unlike me, who found
neither fortune nor fame
during my time there. Instead I
had to toil away on a
subsistence wage, enduring
calls of ‘‘Cobber’’ from my
cockney workmates, who also
delighted in mimicking my
Aussie accent.
But it was all good, clean
fun. I became fond of their East
End sense of humour and gave
them as good as I got.
Many Australians who went
to London settled in a place
known as Earls Court, but in
my two years there I avoided
this Aussie enclave and tried to
live like a Londoner.
Like so many of my fellow
expatriates I quickly became an
Ship departing for England.
Anglophile, falling in love with
the “mother country”.
The most compelling factor
in my reluctant return home
was the desire to avoid at
nother freezing English winter.
Garth Clarke
Email history@dailytelegraph.com.au
or write to the History Editor, The Daily
Telegraph, 2 Holt St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010
Schoolboys Charles
Kingsford Smith —
later an aviator — and Rupert
Swallow, both nine, are
rescued by local surfers at
Bondi Beach with the aid of a
lifeline, a rope attached to a
swimmer. Some of the
surfers will be foundation
members of Bondi Surf
Bathers Life Saving Club.
1907
The first
Commonwealth
postage stamp is issued in
Australia. The halfpenny
stamp consists of a kangaroo
on an outline of the
Australian map.
1913
Channel 7 in
Sydney launches
The Mavis Bramston Show,
Australia’s first
televised topical satire.
1964
Solo French
yachtswoman
Isabelle Autissier, 38, returns
to Australia after being
rescued by the navy and air
force when her yacht is
crippled in the Southern
Ocean during a round-theworld race.
1995
Naturalist Steve
Irwin feeds a
crocodile with one arm while
holding his baby son Bob in
the other at his family’s
Australia Zoo reptile park on
the Sunshine Coast.
2004
The storm Eleanor
hits Ireland with
winds of up to 155km per
hour causing 10m waves,
leaving a trail of damage and
causing six deaths..
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Sun converges with Saturn today, it brings the chance to take important steps towards achieving something special. It brings determination to stick to resolutions too.
ARIES MAR 21–APR 20
If stories began with the words, ‘and they all lived
happily ever after’ we wouldn’t bother to read them!
It’s the struggles and challenges, the fears and worries
that keep us enthralled. The resolution is satisfying
only once the learning has been assimilated and the
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TAURUS APR 21 – MAY 21
What would you prefer today: an issue that you’re
easily able to solve, or a scenario that you resent?
I guessed as much. But there’s another question
you should consider. What does someone close
to you desire? Do they really want what they think
they want? Or do they want something that they
can’t admit to? As we settle into the New Year,
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GEMINI MAY 22–JUN 22
Make more effort! Work even harder! Give up more
time! Make greater sacrifices! Put yourself under
pressure! Abandon your perspective! Become more
hyper! Lose your sense of equilibrium! Become
obsessed with your work! You can allow this vicious
cycle to continue if you want to. Or you can maximise
the cosmic energy and make a conscious decision to
stand back and give yourself time to find a sense of
proportion. There’s wisdom on offer. Accept it, and
get 2019 off to the start it deserves. Happy New Year!
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CANCER JUN 23–JUL 23
It starts when we’re little: well-meaning adults
attempt to impose a sense of boundaries and
limitations on us. We learn what we’re allowed to
do, and what’s “not possible”. One of the results
of that learning is that we end up feeling that life
will always be filled with restrictions that we’re
obliged to accept. Then, if we’re not careful, we
end up perceiving opportunities as dangerous
and turn away from chances to improve our lives.
The start of 2019 highlights your courage to do
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LEO JUL 24–AUG 23
As the sun converges with Saturn, it highlights
your commitment to a situation you feel
passionate about. Your arrival into 2019 has an air
of excitement that looks set to continue. Today,
though, brings the chance to check that your
evaluations are based on evidence rather than just
speculation; and brings a reminder that no one on
the planet makes impeccable decisions all the time.
What’s important, is that you allow your feelings of
doubt to ebb and flow. Stick with what you’ve
started. Happy New Year! For great news about
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VIRGO AUG 24–SEP 23
Even though something is finally starting to take
a turn for the better, it doesn’t mean that
everything will go according to plan. You’ve still
got a manoeuvre to complete and if you continue
to aim for an unattainable ideal, you may thwart
your chances of achieving the success you’ve
worked so hard for. Try to focus, at the start of this
year, on what you’re good at… and simply ignore
the rest. Keep your eyes on the true prize and
remember that, in certain situations, less really is
more. The New Year starts with celestial fireworks!
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LIBRA SEP 24–OCT 23
We don’t really understand very much about what
we’re supposed to be doing with our lives. On a
deep level, we’re aware that we don’t really
comprehend even things we feel confident about.
We know that the sun will rise, but we don’t fully
know how. We know that life is finite (although we
prefer not to think about it). That’s why we tend
to talk about everything under the sun except the
really big topics. 2019 brings a reality check which
can bring positive and profound focus to the start
of your year. Happy New Year! For great news about
2019, call 1902 222 500.
SCORPIO OCT 24–NOV 22
Do you consider yourself to be lucky or unlucky?
Or are these merely emotional terms which are of no
use when trying to consider life in a balanced,
healthy way? You’re probably somewhere in the
middle – after all, almost all of us are. Yet, since this
is your horoscope, other people’s fortunes are
irrelevant today! As the world settles into a new
year, you’re about to find yourself in a fortuitous
situation. Even matters that ought to count against
you are working in your favour, albeit in a
roundabout way. The New Year starts with celestial
fireworks! Call 1902 222 500.
SAGITTARIUS NOV 23–DEC 21
Speech! Speech! Here’s your stage and a
microphone. It’s time to shout your resolutions from
the rooftops. Okay, that probably isn’t necessary.
After all, you have no need to compete with streetpreachers or fruit-sellers for attention. The truth is
that it doesn’t matter what you say, or how widely
you spread your hopes. What matters, is that you
maintain your confident approach and stay firm in
your resolve. If you have faith in yourself, you’ll
move from strength to strength. Happy New Year!
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We’re judged from the moment we arrive on planet
Earth. Unknown people, in positions of authority
categorise us according to our health, well-being
and social status. We’re weighed. We’re measured.
Before we can even walk or talk, our limitations
have been decided. But no one needs to stay
within the restrictions placed around them.
Why should anyone tell you what you’re capable
of achieving? At the start of the new year, the only
limits are those you put on yourself. Ignore your
doubts today. The New Year starts with celestial
fireworks! Call 1902 222 500.
AQUARIUS JAN 21–FEB 19
Welcome! Step right in and make yourself
comfortable. Actually, you’re running a bit late for
your appointment, so let’s not waste any more time.
Tell me about your childhood. Were you happy
with the way…. er… sorry. You want a forecast not
therapy? Yet I have the feeling that you’re looking
for someone to whom you can offload. A confusing
phenomenon has caught your imagination and it’s
very distracting. But, as we move into 2019, you’re
about to receive information that will make things
very clear. Happy New Year! For great news about
2019, call 1902 222 500.
PISCES FEB 20–MAR 20
Although you feel as if you’re on your own, dealing
with a challenge, it’s more that your supportive
relationships aren’t quite where (or even who)
you thought they were. The quest you have
embarked upon involves a certain amount of solo
travelling and working alongside people you’d
normally find it difficult to be around. Any feelings
of negativity associated with your social circle at
the start of the year will soon disappear. The road
into 2019 looks exciting and will be with convivial
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Wedding attendant
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Medical opinion
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Reduce in length
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Fattened pig
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Late news item (4,5)
Text message (1,1,1)
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In 2018, which TV series was
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16 Unsettle, 18 Deface, 19 Slouch, 21 T-bars,
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33 Rears, 34 Uzi, 35 Pro-am, 36 Muse,
37 Elan, 38 Thee, 39 Reps, 41 Kaka, 44 Roust,
46 Yeomen, 48 Frugal, 50 Agitator,
52 Inorganic, 54 Stood, 55 Erudite, 56 Thing,
57 Ringmaster, 58 Reprisal.
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Vendetta, 9 Sumatra, 10 Dispenser, 11 Plural,
17 Outwit, 20 Helper, 22 By far, 23 Mislay,
25 Byre, 27 Seeks, 28 Trek, 29 Sun god,
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42 At random, 43 Dragster, 45 Unicorn,
47 Elicit, 49 Popeye, 51 Ovens, 53 Dude.
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6 In the 1980s, Ian Botham
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Australian state?
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for Kinky Boots?
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last cases outside
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admiration
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member of which political party?
12 The RV Calypso is most closely
associated with which famous
conservationist?
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reinforcement
Deep guttural sounds
go firstly with
undersized animals
Remains in the fire
station
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bypasses
Early spring shower
impairment
After half an hour,
move out to a
dwelling place
I join saintly individuals
for brackishness
Disturbance of a
broken-down tram
in early August
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to eye pieces
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shafts
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6 Drawing room (5)
8 Curled lock (7)
10 Bird of prey (7)
15 Storehouse (5)
16 Modify fittingly (5)
18 Assumed name (5)
19 Vision (5)
21 Piece of money (4)
22 Benefit enjoyed (4)
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Angry reaction of a
giant? (8,4)
Stray from the proper
route (3)
Expire, though once
healthy (6)
Ugly hints in ugly
form (9)
It’s a different thing
after dark (5)
Attractive perch on top
of the world (8,4)
Much has been written
on it (5)
Complicated to work
out (9)
13 Far from pleased,
I indulge in abuse (5)
14 Gaoled after a
disturbance – in
which one should
know better (3,3)
16 Sketched, finding
oneself attractive? (5)
20 Take part, perhaps (3)
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these nine letters? Each letter may be used only once. The centre
letter must be included. No slang, foreign or capitalised words,
hyphens, apostrophes, or plurals ending in ‘s’. Only one form
of a verb can be used, eg ‘ring’, but not ‘rings’ or ‘ringing’.
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29˚
22˚
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25 km/h in the morning then tending
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Sunny.
KINGFISH are biting on small poppers and stick baits around
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tailor near the Spit Bridge. Tailor, whiting and bream are
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21˚ 36˚
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32˚
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Lismore 31
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27 Coffs Harbour
Tamworth 36
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Water temperature
33 Taree
Dubbo 40
32 Newcastle
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Orange 32
Griffith 40
Wagga Wagga 38
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Tue
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8:10 pm
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Mostly sunny.
Mostly sunny.
Shower or two.
Shower or two.
Shower or two.
TODAY
high 6:33 1.6m
low 13:10 0.5m
high 18:57 1.3m
low
WOLLONGONG
SYNOPTIC
21˚ 26˚
10 AM TODAY
Min Max(˚C)
Shower or storm.
Albury 40
THURSDAY
high 7:20
low 0:44
high 19:47
low 14:00
Sun protection recommended
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She lived in Hills District. She was
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John Eggleton
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was an English teacher at Newtown
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Please contact Steve Wasley on
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Donna Holiday
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Frank and Bill Train
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low 1:27
high 20:32
low 14:45
New Moon
January 6
Ex-TC Penny
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Darwin - Shower, storm 33 Hobart- Partly cloudy 24
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28
30
35
30
23
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TIDE & WAVE
Moree 37
Bourke 43
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afternoon. Best bets for boardriders will be Maroubra, Nth
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Valour: The life and times of Billy
Todd. Author Billy Todd/ Wayne P.
Murphy. Contact Arthur at
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or call 0403 172 765.
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Searching for Rodney Kelly or any
descendants. Last known area he
lived in was Pendle Hill, NSW.
Rodney attended James Ruse High
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on 0404 686 926 or email at
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Third Quarter
January 28
1940s to 1950s. He worked at
Cockatoo Island and he had a sister,
Barbara. Please call Margaret May
on 0409 921 526.
Lord Johnnie
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about piracy entitled ‘‘Lord Johnnie’’
by Leslie Turner. It was first
published in 1949. Will pay all costs.
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Death & Funeral Summary
AMES,
JONES,
MCCORRISTON,
PERKINS,
RADNIDGE,
Tributes &
Condolences
Kenneth Ralph
Lionel William
Graham
June
Norma Eileen
PERKINS, June
Born 29th March 1932
Passed away peacefully
on the 28th December
2018
at
Mt
Druitt
Palliative Care Unit.
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Much loved wife of
Douglas (dec), and
cherished mother to her
six children, Ellen, Robyn,
Sylvia, Douglas (dec),
Daphne and Linda.
Death & Funeral
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AMES, Kenneth Ralph OAM
(Ken)
Late of Thirlmere
Loving husband of Bonnie
(Dec). Much loved father,
father in law , grandfather &
great grand father .
A Celebration of the life, love,
and friendship of Ken will be
offered at the Gledswood
Estate 900 Camden Valley
Way Gledswood Hills. Monday
January 7th 2019 at 11 am.
Privately Cremated
JONES, Lionel William
17/07/1932 - 25/12/2018
Late of Casula
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King
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Andrew Bog
Bogut
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have him in lin
line
for the NBL
NBL’ss
MVP award.
Picture: Getty
NBL MVP WINNERS
2002-03 – Chris Williams
(Sydney Kings)
2003-04 – Matthew
Nielsen (Sydney Kings)
2004-05 – Brian Wethers
(Hunter Pirates)
2005-06 – Chris Anstey
(Melbourne Tigers)
2006-07 – Sam Mackinnon
(Brisbane Bullets)
2007-08 – Chris Anstey
(Melbourne Tigers)
2008-09 – Kirk Penney
(New Zealand)
2009-10 – Corey Williams
(Townsville)
2010-11 – Gary Ervin
(Wollongong Hawks)
2011-12 – Kevin Lisch
(Perth Wildcats)
2012-13 – Cedric Jackson
(New Zealand)
2013-14- Rotnei Clarke
(Wollongong Hawks)
2014-15 – Brian Conklin
(Townsville)
2015-16 – Kevin Lisch
(Illawarra Hawks)
2016-17 – Jerome Randle
(Adelaide 36ers)
2017-18 – Bryce Cotton
(Perth Wildcats)
Devoted wife of Gordon
(dec). Dearly loved mother
and
mother-in-law
to
Stephanie & Sean. Dearest
Nanny to Harrison. Loving
sister, aunty and treasured
friend to many.
Aged 85 years
"Reunited with Gordon"
A Celebration of NORMA’s
Life will be held at St
Barnabas Anglican Church,
MCCORRISTON, Graham
10 Frederick Street, Fairfield
Late of Balmain
on Friday, 4th January, 2019
1944-2018
at 10.00am. Following the
Service, the cortege will
Family and friends of proceed
to
Pinegrove
Graham are warmly invited Memorial Park for burial.
to attend a celebration of
his life to be held in In lieu of flowers, donations
Mannings Funeral Home can be made to The Fred
Chapel, 87 Victoria Road, Hollows Foundation, with
Rozelle
on Friday
4th envelopes available at the
January 2019, commencing Church.
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RADNIDGE, Norma Eileen
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at Supremacy Chapel,
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Station
Street
Penrith, appointed to
commence at 11am.
In
lieu
of
flowers,
please
consider
a
donation to Cancer
Council Australia.
"Such is Life"
A Celebration of the Life, Love
and Friendship of LIONEL will
be offered in the North Chapel
of the Forest Lawn Memorial
Park, Camden Valley Way,
Leppington, Friday, January
4th 2019 at 2 pm.
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Loving father and father-inlaw to Glenn, Geoff & Juliet,
and Greg.
Loved
Pop
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his
5
grandchildren, and his 2 great
grandchildren.
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MATT LOGUE
ANDREW Bogut’s dominance this season could
force judges to go against the
usual MVP mindset and
hand the NBL’s best individual award to a centre for the
first time since Mark Bradtke 17 years ago.
Most MVPs are the
league’s leading scorers, such
as Andrew Gaze and more
recently Jerome Randle and
Bryce Cotton.
But Bogut’s overall game
at both ends of the floor may
prompt judges to tweak their
thinking and award the MVP
to a big man.
Bradtke won the league’s
MVP in 2001-02 and former
Kings captain Brad Rosen
believes Bogut is on track to
join him.
Rosen said Bogut was the
most influential player in the
NBL since Sydney Kings
coach Gaze dominated with
the Melbourne Tigers.
Gaze is the GOAT of Australian basketball, having
claimed a record six MVP
awards, including five in a
row from 1994 to 1998.
Rosen said Bogut’s recordbreaking season reminded
him of Gaze in his prime.
“We’ve seen Gaze average
35 points and it was obvious
that he was the MVP, but
what Bogut does on both
ends of the floor is just
phenomenal,” Rosen said.
“I know the Kings have
some fantastic players but I
have never seen a player
dominate like Bogut has this
season. He is a world-class,
NBA championship winner
rim protector.
“We have a guy here in the
peak of his form and dominating. It’s so good for the NBL
and Australian basketball.”
Rosen said Bogut must be
favourite to become only the
third King to win the NBL’s
Most Valuable Player award
— behind Matt Nielsen in
2003-04 and Chris Williams
in 2002-03.
He said the MVP battle
was a two-horse race between Bogut and Perth star
guard Bryce Cotton.
“If you take both those
players out of their teams,
those teams would struggle
to dominate and win a championship,” said Rosen, who
called on Sydney supporters
to chant “MVP” every time
Bogut attempted free-throws.
“To me, that is the definition of an MVP.”
On the back of Bogut’s
dominant performances at
both ends of the floor, the
Kings have transformed from
strugglers to title contenders.
The former NBA champion has also improved Sydney’s culture through his
accountability and honesty
to help them lead the league
after 11 rounds.
The former No.1 draft pick
is averaging 11.5 points, a
league-high 12.1 rebounds
and 3.7 assists per game.
He also leads the league in
blocks (3bpg) and has helped
the Kings go from the NBL’s
worst defence to the best.
And with Bogut around,
Brad Newley, Jerome Randle
and Kevin Lisch have all
excelled this season.
No end to Harden hot streak
JAMES Harden had 43 points, 10
rebounds and 13 assists in his
fourth consecutive 40-point game,
leading the Houston Rockets over
the Memphis Grizzlies 113-101 for
their fifth successive victory.
Harden set an NBA record with
his eighth consecutive game with
at least 35 points and five assists,
beating Oscar Robertson, who
twice had seven-game streaks.
Harden finished with his fourth
triple-double this season and 39th
overall. Houston have won 10 of
their past 11 to improve to 21-15.
Harden continued a run that
has powered Houston’s surge up
the Western Conference standings
after a slow start, making six threepointers and 21 of 27 free throws.
He has made at least four threepointers in eight consecutive
games and finished with 30 points
or more in 10 games in a row.
James Harden.
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YESTERDAY’S
TABRESULTS
GALLOPS
Randwick-Kensington
Track: GOOD (4)
1–#THERACES (BM70) 1800m: 1.70 fav
GAYATRI (Rockingham Thoroughbreds, Mgr:
J A Ingham’s br m 4y Pierro – Jaipur Princess.
Trainer: C J Waller) 57.5 (J Bowman) 1, 6.00
THUNDER PACE 55.5 (A Hyeronimus) 2, 41.00
RED DUBAWI 55 (J Ford) 3. Then followed:
31.00 Staggering 54 (C Reith) 26.00 Bezel
61 carr 59 (Jean Van Overmeire) 10.00 Miss
Jenny 58 (J B Mc Donald) 21.00 D’Beak 57 (K
Jennings) 11.00 Rock Zone 54 carr 52 (Jenny
Duggan) 9.50 Snippetspeed 55.5 (C W Brown)
last. Scr: Sostenido. 1/2 len, len. Time:
1:49.15. (Last 600m 34.73).
2–2019 MEMBERSHIP (BM70) 1550m: 4.00
LOVE SHACK BABY (D A Pfieffer, P Webster, G A
Smith, A Stephenson, Think So (Mgr: A Quested)
& Fractured Fairytales, Mgr: G T Rowe’s ch g 4y
All Too Hard – Shack. Trainer: David Pfieffer)
58.5 (J Ford) 1, 7.50 CHALK 57 (Mitchell Bell)
2, 5.50 ZEPPELIN 58 (A Hyeronimus) 3. Then
followed: 3.40 fav Sostenido 54 (J R Collett)
5.00 Smiling Manolito 58.5 (J Bowman) 15.00
Californiafirebird 58 (G Schofield) 31.00
Sculptures 55.5 (Rachel King) 71.00 Victime
De L’amour 59 (C W Brown) last. Scr: Weekend
Affair. Len, sht nk. Time: 1:32.16. (Last 600m
34.55).
3–ANZ BLOODSTOCK NEWS (BM70) 1550m:
5.50 BEAUTY KANAS (Glenvallen Investments
Pty Ltd, Mgr: F L Li’s b m 4y So You Think (NZ)
– Winning Betsy. Trainer: David Payne) 57 (A
Hyeronimus) 1, 11.00 EVERLASTING LOVE 56
(C Reith) 2, 5.00 IVY’S COURT 58.5 (J Bowman)
3. Then followed: 21.00 Seababe 58 carr 56
(S R Weatherley) 5.00 Maddison Avenue 58
(Rachel King) 10.00 Shantou 60 (J R Collett)
3.80 fav Via Veneto 58.5 (J B Mc Donald) 10.00
Classic Princess 56.5 (G Schofield) last. Scr:
Miss Jenny, Sensacova. Sht hd, 1/2 len. Time:
1:31.71. (Last 600m 35.35).
4–TAB REWARDS MDN PLATE 1400m: 4.60
BRING THE MAGIC (Woppitt Bloodstock (Mgr:
Mrs D N Kepitis) & Little D Racing, Mgr: Ms L J
Ingham’s br/bl f 3y Sebring – Belladini. Trainer:
C J Waller) 55 (J B Mc Donald) 1, 15.00 KILLER
INSTINCT 55 (T Marquand) 2, 5.50 NOBU 57
(Tommy Berry) 3. Then followed: 41.00 Proud
Tradition 57 (Rachel King) 2.25 fav Belladeel
57 (J Bowman) 31.00 Elusive Nature 55 (C W
Brown) 26.00 Affogato 57 (Mitchell Bell) 12.00
Jimmu 57 (A Hyeronimus) 41.00 Mrs Madrid 55
(C Reith) 13.00 Seamagic 55 (B Avdulla) last.
Scr: Darkhawk, Milunka, Sizzling Ace, Georgina
Gold. Sht 1/2 hd, 1-1/2 len. Time: 1:22.87.
(Last 600m 35.06).
5–NEW YEAR’S DAY CUP 2400m: 1.45 fav
NAVAL WARFARE (Grand Parkview Stud (Mgr:
M W Timms), J M Simmons, Ms S M Fitzgerald,
Werrett Bloodstock Pty Ltd (Mgr: N R J Werrett),
Milo Racing (Mgr: T J D Merlehan), F E Ferrari,
The Estate Of The Late Lindsay Carrucan, M
S Burn, R Smith & I Bruce’s b g 5y Born To Sea
(IRE) – Three Days In May (GB). Trainer: C J
Waller) 54 (C W Brown) 1, 10.00 EARTH ANGEL
54 (Rachel King) 2, 4.00 DESTINY’S KISS 59 (J
Ford) 3. Then followed: 26.00 Dashing Special
54 carr 54.5 (G Schofield) 26.00 Just Dylan 54
carr 55 (T Marquand) last. Scr: Our Century, Go
One More. 6-1/4 len, 4 len. Time: 2:28.79.
(Last 600m 35.70).
6–BOWERMANS FURNITURE (BM70) 1400m:
2.60 fav FUCHU (Ms P L Cooper’s b g 4y All Too
Hard – Fuji Fairy. Trainer: Ms K Waugh) 61 carr
58 (R Dolan) 1, 6.00 GREAT JOB 61 carr 59
(Jean Van Overmeire) 2, 4.40 SEAHAMPTON 58
(J Bowman) 3. Then followed: 31.00 Ready Set
Sing 54 (Ms J Taylor) 31.00 Happy Every Day
54 carr 51 (Brock Ryan) 8.00 Moondancer 61
carr 59 (S R Weatherley) last. Scr: Base Camp,
Without Revenge, Just Like Stratum. Scratched
at barrier: Snitzel Day (6.00). Prices shown
are subject to a deduction of 14c win and
12c place. Lg hd, lg nk. Time: 1:23.19. (Last
600m 35.51).
7–TAB.COM.AU (BM70) 1250m: 2.70 fav
SELES (Star Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd(Ms D
Martin), B Russell, Parkes Family(Mrs P Parkes),
G Davies, K Goody, C Sidney, C Olliver, Mrs C
Olliver, Love Our Horses(Mrs J Van Buynder), R
Aurisch, Mrs H Aurisch, Ms N Saunders, R Castle,
The Estate Of The Late D Dong, Ms S Cameron,
F Cook & Mrs C Cook’s br f 3y I Am Invincible –
Defy The Odds (GB). Trainer: C J Waller) 54 (C
W Brown) 1, 12.00 KOPITE 59 carr 57 (Jenny
Duggan) 2, 2.90 OSORNO 57 (J B Mc Donald)
3. Then followed: 31.00 Pelorus Jack 61.5
carr 58.5 (Chris C Williams) 8.00 My Song 59.5
(G Schofield) 13.00 Just Got Lucky 59.5 carr
56.5 (R Dolan) 17.00 Four More Millers 57
carr 54 (Ms M Weir) 21.00 Clifton County 59.5
(J Ford) 41.00 Miss Faith 58 carr 56 (Jean Van
Overmeire) last. Scr: Cash Crisis, Make ‘em Cry.
Sht nk, 1-1/2 len. Time: 1:12.55. (Last 600m
35.08).
8–AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB (BM70) 1000m:
13.00 ROYAL WITNESS (D Stevens, M Sandford,
S O’Gormlaith, C Thomas, Ms S H Massey, B
Keegel, Mrs S M Moss, D P Sandford, A Scanlon,
D B Collins, W Gorman, C Degnan, M Argentino,
Ms S M Palmer, Tricolours Racing Syndicate
(Mgr: J F Moss), Sienna Racing (Mgr: S Wilson) &
Mitchell Racing, Mgr: D A Mitchell’s b g 3y Star
Witness – Confidential Queen. Trainer: Joseph
Pride) 55.5 (Rachel King) 1, 17.00 NOVEMBER
MAN 55 (J R Collett) 2, 6.00 WITHERSPOON
57 (C W Brown) 3. Then followed: 1.75 fav
Laburnum 54.5 (G Schofield) 11.00 Il Bandito
54 carr 51 (R Dolan) 12.00 Archytas 56.5 (B
Avdulla) 13.00 Nic’s Vendetta 60.5 carr 57.5
(Ms M Weir) 71.00 Mr Kylin 55 (Tommy Berry)
26.00 Vincero 59 carr 57 (S R Weatherley) last.
Scr: Phuket, Miss Gigi. Nse, 1-1/4 len. Time:
0:56.90. (Last 600m 34.15).
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 3 6 7. Win $1.70 place $1.20 $1.80
$5.20. Q: $4.50. E: $5.90. Duets: 3-6: $2.40,
3-7: $6.90, 6-7: $32.20. T: $101.80. First 4:
3-6-7-9: $734.50. Sub: 3. Scr: 10.
RACE 2: 2 7 6. Win $4.00 place $1.60 $2.10
$1.70. Q: $14.80. E: $25.60. Duets: 2-7:
$4.60, 2-6: $4.00, 7-6: $7.30. T: $114.60.
D: $7.40. First 4: 2-7-6-9: $430.70. Sub: 9.
Scr: 4.
RACE 3: 7 9 3. Win $5.90 place $2.10 $2.80
$1.90. Q: $34.10. E: $47.40. Duets: 7-9:
$10.20, 7-3: $7.10, 9-3: $9.40. T: $300.90.
D: $51.40. First 4: 7-9-3-6: $2,822.90. Sub:
4. Scr: 1,10.
RACE 4: 10 11 4. Win $4.80 place $1.80
$3.20 $1.70. Q: $40.00. E: $53.70. Duets:
10-11: $10.30, 10-4: $4.20, 11-4: $10.30.
T: $262.80. D: $33.80. First 4: 10-11-4-2:
$3,421.80. Sub: 1. Scr: 6,7,8,14.
RACE 5: 3 4 2. Win $1.30 place $1.10 $2.50
NTD. Q: $4.10. E: $6.90. T: $9.30. D: $10.10.
First 4: 3-4-2-6: $19.40. Sub: 3. Scr: 1,5.
RACE 6: 1 2 6. Win $2.10 place $1.30 $2.30
NTD. Q: $4.00. E: $6.50. T: $14.20. D: $2.20.
First 4: 1-2-6-10: $77.90. Sub: 1. Scr:
4,7,8,5(L).
RACE 7: 11 6 9. Win $2.70 place $1.20 $2.40
$1.40. Q: $19.00. E: $26.80. Duets: 11-6:
$6.10, 11-9: $2.00, 6-9: $6.10. T: $76.10.
D: $4.10. First 4: 11-6-9-1: $606.70. Sub: 9.
Scr: 2,8.
RACE 8: 6 8 4. Win $12.70 place $3.00 $3.40
$1.80. Q: $108.30. E: $219.00. Duets: 6-8:
$15.30, 6-4: $8.50, 8-4: $10.80. T: $826.70.
D: $45.40. First 4: 6-8-4-9: $2,097.30. Sub:
9. Scr: 3,11.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Fuchu
(1)--Royal Witness (6) $21.10. Subs: 1,9.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(3)(2)(7)(10): $507.30. Subs: 3,9,4,1.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (3)(1)
(11)(6): $102.30. Subs: 3,1,9,9.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 3,4,5,6,7,8: (7)(10)
(3)(1)(11)(6): Major (winners of 6 races):
$6,995.10 Supplementary (winners of first 5
races): $43.90. Subs: 4,1,3,1,9,9.
Inverell
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 3 11 10. Win $40.60 place $4.30
$1.50 $2.10. Q: $75.10. E: $370.50. Duets:
3-11: $12.90, 3-10: $29.50, 11-10: $4.20.
T: $2,475.60. First 4: 3-11-10-1: $3,517.90.
Sub: 1. Scr: 7.
RACE 2: 11 7 8. Win $11.40 place $3.50
$6.00 $1.50. Q: $395.30. E: $153.80. Duets:
11-7: $52.10, 11-8: $10.90, 7-8: $34.30. T:
$2,946.60. D: $133.90. First 4: 11-7-8-5:
$11,436.80. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 3: 6 2 9. Win $4.80 place $2.00 $2.30
$2.20. Q: $15.90. E: $32.40. Duets: 6-2:
$6.40, 6-9: $6.90, 2-9: $11.40. T: $149.80. D:
$38.20. First 4: 6-2-9-11: $4,045.60. Sub: 5.
Scr: 1,7,8.
RACE 4: 6 8 2. Win $8.30 place $2.50 $1.90
$2.90. Q: $29.20. E: $73.70. Duets: 6-8:
$11.00, 6-2: $17.90, 8-2: $4.20. T: $390.90.
D: $5.30. First 4: 6-8-2-1: $1,437.80. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 5: 3 9 7. Win $2.80 place $1.70 $7.20
$1.80. Q: $73.30. E: $75.80. Duets: 3-9:
$29.40, 3-7: $2.40, 9-7: $9.20. T: $273.90.
D: $125.30. First 4: 3-9-7-8: $4,339.80. Sub:
7. Scr: 6.
RACE 6: 1 2 8. Win $1.60 place $1.20 $2.00
$3.60. Q: $5.00. E: $9.70. Duets: 1-2: $3.30,
1-8: $3.50, 2-8: $12.60. T: $63.60. D: $9.30.
First 4: 1-2-8-14: $340.50. Sub: 1. Scr:
6,7,11,15,4(L),12(L).
RACE 7: 8 4 9. Win $5.40 place $2.00 $3.00
$2.40. Q: $31.60. E: $53.80. Duets: 8-4:
$10.50, 8-9: $7.00, 4-9: $14.20. T: $394.90.
D: $11.50. First 4: 8-4-9-2: $3,826.10. Sub:
6. Scr: 5.
RACE 8: 13 4 7. Win $19.40 place $3.70
$2.20 $3.50. Q: $43.30. E: $106.00. Duets:
13-4: $13.80, 13-7: $47.60, 4-7: $14.90.
T: $465.60. D: $97.40. First 4: 13-4-7-14:
$3,501.10. Sub: 4. Scr: 8,12,3(L).
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Bullseye
Score (1)--Redraw (13) $27.90. Subs: 1,4.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(3)(11)(6)(6): $5,656.00. Subs: 1,NSR,5,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (3)(1)
(8)(13): $480.30. Subs: 7,1,6,4.
Gilgandra
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 7 2 4. Win $3.00 place $1.20 $1.20
$2.30. Q: $3.70. E: $9.60. Duets: 7-2: $1.60,
7-4: $5.10, 2-4: $2.60. T: $49.20. First 4: 7-24-1: $67.00. Sub: 7. Scr: 8(L).
RACE 2: 7 4 3. Win $2.70 place $1.04 $1.50
$10.70. Q: $3.10. E: $8.20. Duets: 7-4:
$2.00, 7-3: $20.10, 4-3: $19.00. T: $121.10.
D: $5.20. First 4: 7-4-3-6: $591.80. Sub: 4.
Scr: 9.
RACE 3: 9 4 6. Win $3.60 place $1.60 $1.50
$2.60. Q: $8.10. E: $13.10. Duets: 9-4: $3.30,
9-6: $6.40, 4-6: $9.70. T: $74.40. D: $10.70.
First 4: 9-4-6-1: $283.80. Sub: 9. Scr: 10,5(L).
RACE 4: 8 5 7. Win $3.60 place $1.70 $5.50
$2.70. Q: $27.80. E: $81.20. Duets: 8-5:
$8.30, 8-7: $7.10, 5-7: $30.90. T: $406.20.
D: $19.00. First 4: 8-5-7-6: $2,274.30. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 5: 8 6 5. Win $6.60 place $2.30 $4.80
$2.30. Q: $47.60. E: $58.80. Duets: 8-6:
$13.90, 8-5: $9.10, 6-5: $20.10. T: $653.50.
D: $40.70. First 4: 8-6-5-4: $3,074.00. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 6: 8 1 5. Win $4.10 place $1.80 $1.80
$5.60. Q: $12.10. E: $29.60. Duets: 8-1:
$4.60, 8-5: $15.80, 1-5: $14.20. T: $363.60.
D: $34.40. First 4: 8-1-5-3: $1,370.00. Sub:
8. Scr: 11,12,13,14,6(L),9(L).
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 4 and 6: Mum’s
The Word (8)--Star Of Zizou (8) $16.30. Subs:
NSR,8.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(7)(7)(9)(8): $355.70. Subs: 7,4,9,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 3,4,5,6: (9)(8)
(8)(8): $424.10. Subs: 9,NSR,NSR,8.
Flemington
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 6 3 4. Win $13.60 place $3.60 $2.70
$2.90. Q: $67.80. E: $116.60. Duets: 6-3:
$7.70, 6-4: $16.80, 3-4: $16.60. T: $1,206.00.
First 4: 6-3-4-2: $6,510.80. Sub: 5. Scr: 7,10.
RACE 2: 6 2 5. Win $3.90 place $2.20 $2.50
NTD. Q: $8.30. E: $15.20. T: $48.10. D:
$63.60. First 4: 6-2-5-4: $147.50. Sub: 6.
Scr: 1.
RACE 3: 1 2 3. Win $2.50 place $1.40 $3.10
$1.70. Q: $12.70. E: $16.70. Duets: 1-2:
$3.60, 1-3: $2.90, 2-3: $5.10. T: $52.60. D:
$13.20. First 4: 1-2-3-4: $176.30. Sub: 1. Scr:
5,6,7,9,10.
RACE 4: 1 2 6. Win $12.50 place $3.60 $3.50
$1.70. Q: $69.50. E: $153.50. Duets: 1-2:
$20.60, 1-6: $8.50, 2-6: $9.50. T: $778.20. D:
$38.30. First 4: 1-2-6-13: $5,444.00. Sub: 6.
Scr: 3,11,14.
RACE 5: 3 5 11. Win $3.70 place $1.80
$2.20 $5.30. Q: $11.90. E: $22.90. Duets:
3-5: $5.60, 3-11: $13.40, 5-11: $22.10.
T: $295.50. D: $58.20. First 4: 3-5-11-7:
$3,358.50. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 6: 7 11 12. Win $3.30 place $1.50
$6.70 $5.60. Q: $62.00. E: $79.00. Duets:
7-11: $6.80, 7-12: $14.00, 11-12: $69.40.
T: $1,191.70. D: $18.50. First 4: 7-11-12-9:
$8,276.30. Sub: 7. Scr: 3.
RACE 7: 3 2 5. Win $2.00 place $1.30 $2.20
$6.30. Q: $5.50. E: $7.70. Duets: 3-2: $3.40,
3-5: $13.80, 2-5: $27.10. T: $134.60. D:
$6.40. First 4: 3-2-5-9: $2,465.20. Sub: 3.
Scr: 7,8.
RACE 8: 13 3 5. Win $9.50 place $2.60 $1.50
$2.90. Q: $13.30. E: $31.80. Duets: 13-3:
$5.70, 13-5: $15.30, 3-5: $7.10. T: $255.80.
D: $20.00. First 4: 13-3-5-11: $2,346.00.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8:
Whispering Brook (7)--Diplomac Jack (13)
$38.50. Subs: 7,NSR.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(6)(6)(1)(1): $4,016.20. Subs: 5,6,1,6.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (3)(7)
(3)(13): $369.00. Subs: NSR,7,3,NSR.
HARNESS
Leeton
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 6 4 8. Win $37.60 place $6.70 $3.50
$1.60. Q: $195.70. E: $526.70. Duets:
6-4: $64.00, 6-8: $16.20, 4-8: $8.90. T:
$2,118.00. First 4: 6-4-8-1: $2,597.80. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 2: 7 10 2. Win $4.90 place $1.70 $1.30
$2.30. Q: $6.70. E: $18.40. Duets: 7-10:
$2.40, 7-2: $6.60, 10-2: $3.70. T: $49.00. D:
$257.80. First 4: 7-10-2-3: $252.20. Sub: 10.
Scr: 8,9.
RACE 3: 3 2 7. Win $2.90 place $1.50 $1.50
$1.70. Q: $6.70. E: $10.60. Duets: 3-2: $2.90,
3-7: $2.90, 2-7: $1.30. T: $37.10. D: $17.50.
First 4: 3-2-7-10: $836.10. Sub: 3. Scr: 5.
RACE 4: 1 6 3. Win $30.40 place $6.50
$1.90 $5.60. Q: $94.20. E: $456.00. Duets:
1-6: $20.10, 1-3: $87.50, 6-3: $22.30. T:
$1,143.40. D: $240.80. First 4: 1-6-3-11:
$1,347.90. Sub: 10. Scr: 5.
RACE 5: 2 6 1. Win $1.20 place $1.20 $13.90
NTD. Q: $16.30. E: $20.40. T: $85.70. D:
$268.50. First 4: 2-6-1-3: $203.10. Sub: 2.
Scr: 8.
RACE 6: 9 2 6. Win $67.60 place $3.40 $1.60
$1.10. Q: $176.40. E: $527.70. Duets: 9-2:
$14.10, 9-6: $10.90, 2-6: $2.20. T: $885.50.
D: $84.40. First 4: 9-2-6-5: Not won pool
jackpots. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 7: 3 6 5. Win $4.00 place $2.40 $1.10
NTD. Q: $9.30. E: $13.00. T: $31.10. D:
$63.40. First 4: 3-6-5-4: $92.20. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 8: 3 8 2. Win $4.90 place $1.90 $5.30
$2.60. Q: $31.10. E: $192.20. Duets: 3-8:
$26.20, 3-2: $7.00, 8-2: $26.20. T: $1,131.00.
D: $45.20. First 4: 3-8-2-1: $638.90. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Three
Summas (2)--Rocky Branach (3) $10.30. Subs:
2,NSR.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(6)(7)(3)(1): $916.00. Subs: NSR,10,3,10.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (2)(9)
(3)(3): $2,819.80. Subs: 2,NSR,NSR,NSR.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 3,4,5,6,7,8: (3)(1)(2)
(9)(3)(3): Major (winners of 6 races): Not won.
Supplementary (winners of first 5 races): Not
won. Subs: 3,10,2,NSR,NSR,NSR.
GREYHOUNDS
Gosford
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 7 8 4. Win $7.40 place $1.50 $1.40
$3.10. Q: $10.90. E: $35.80. Duets: 7-8:
$3.10, 7-4: $12.30, 8-4: $3.60. T: $189.60.
First 4: 7-8-4-6: $1,260.30. Sub: NSR. All
Started.
RACE 2: 8 6 3. Win $2.50 place $1.10 $1.30
$1.30. Q: $3.70. E: $6.70. Duets: 8-6: $2.30,
8-3: $2.50, 6-3: $2.20. T: $20.90. D: $19.10.
First 4: 8-6-3-7: $60.40. Sub: 8. Scr: 1,2.
RACE 3: 1 6 4. Win $1.70 place $1.20 $2.00
$1.60. Q: $17.20. E: $9.40. Duets: 1-6: $4.50,
1-4: $2.10, 6-4: $2.10. T: $52.70. D: $5.00.
First 4: 1-6-4-2: $142.80. Sub: 1. Scr: 9,10.
RACE 4: 5 3 1. Win $13.10 place $2.40 $1.20
$1.80. Q: $12.10. E: $33.10. Duets: 5-3:
$5.50, 5-1: $6.60, 3-1: $3.60. T: $263.00.
D: $19.80. First 4: 5-3-1-4: $722.60. Sub: 3.
Scr: 9,10.
RACE 5: 5 1 2. Win $2.40 place $1.04 $1.80
$2.40. Q: $8.10. E: $5.30. Duets: 5-1: $3.00,
5-2: $3.90, 1-2: $5.80. T: $62.50. D: $45.80.
First 4: 5-1-2-4: $151.30. Sub: 5. Scr: 3.
RACE 6: 8 3 1. Win $2.10 place $1.40 $1.80
$2.40. Q: $7.10. E: $11.80. Duets: 8-3: $2.50,
8-1: $4.60, 3-1: $6.90. T: $38.80. D: $4.00.
First 4: 8-3-1-6: $249.50. Sub: 8. Scr: 9,10.
RACE 7: 4 6 7. Win $2.30 place $1.30 $1.50
$1.40. Q: $2.80. E: $7.20. Duets: 4-6: $1.80,
4-7: $2.70, 6-7: $3.90. T: $18.60. D: $6.00.
First 4: 4-6-7-8: $65.20. Sub: 4. Scr: 9,10.
RACE 8: 6 5 3. Win $7.10 place $2.20 $1.10
$2.20. Q: $4.10. E: $9.90. Duets: 6-5: $2.50,
6-3: $22.30, 5-3: $8.10. T: $265.10. D:
$10.50. First 4: 6-5-3-4: $343.70. Sub: 5.
Scr: 9,10.
RACE 9: 2 5 1. Win $8.60 place $2.60 $1.40
NTD. Q: $9.80. E: $31.60. T: $52.50. D:
$80.40. First 4: 2-5-1-7: $95.90. Sub: 5. Scr:
3,6.
RACE 10: 8 1 4. Win $1.70 place $1.40 $1.30
NTD. Q: $1.80. E: $2.20. T: $5.20. D: $14.70.
First 4: 8-1-4-9: $22.40. Sub: 8. Scr: 3,6,7,10.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Bland
Purr (8)--Liberty Lee (6) $8.80. Subs: 8,5.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(7)(8)(1)(5): $779.00. Subs: NSR,8,1,3.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (5)(8)
(4)(6): $90.20. Subs: 5,8,4,5.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 4,5,6,7,8,9: (5)(5)(8)
(4)(6)(2): Major (winners of 6 races): Not won.
Supplementary (winners of first 5 races): Not
won. Subs: 3,5,8,4,5,5.
SCOREBOARD
Basketball
NBA (home team in CAPS)
INDIANA PACERS 116 Atlanta Hawks 108;
HOUSTON ROCKETS 113 Memphis Grizzlies
101; SAN ANTONIO SPURS 120 Boston Celtics
111; CHARLOTTE HORNETS 125 Orlando Magic
100; NEW ORLEANS PELICANS 123 Minnesota
Timberwolves
114;
OKLAHOMA
CITY
THUNDER 122 Dallas Mavericks 102; PHOENIX
SUNS 109 Golden State Warriors 132
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L
PCT GB
Toronto Raptors
27 11
0.711
Philadelphia 76ers
23 14 0.622 3.5
Boston Celtics
21 15 0.583 5.0
Brooklyn Nets
17 21 0.447 10.0
New York Knicks
9 28 0.243 17.5
Central Division
W L
PCT GB
Milwaukee Bucks
25 10 0.714
Indiana Pacers
25 12 0.676 1.0
Detroit Pistons
16 18 0.471 8.5
Chicago Bulls
10 27 0.270 16.0
Cleveland Cavaliers
8 29 0.216 18.0
Southeast Division
W L
PCT GB
Charlotte Hornets
18 18 0.500
Miami Heat
17 18 0.486 0.5
Orlando Magic
16 20 0.444 2.0
Washington Wizards
14 23 0.378 4.5
Atlanta Hawks
11 25 0.306 7.0
Western Conference
Northwest Division
W L
PCT GB
Denver Nuggets
23 11 0.676
Oklahoma City Thunder 23 13 0.639 1.0
Portland Trail Blazers
21 16 0.568 3.5
Utah Jazz
18 19 0.486 6.5
Minnesota Timberwolves 17 20 0.459 7.5
Pacific Division
W L
PCT GB
Golden State Warriors 25 13 0.658
L.A. Clippers
21 15 0.583 3.0
L.A. Lakers
21 16 0.568 3.5
Sacramento Kings
19 17 0.528 5.0
Phoenix Suns
9 29 0.237 16.0
Southwest Division
W L
PCT GB
Houston Rockets
21 15 0.583
San Antonio Spurs
21 17 0.553 1.0
Memphis Grizzlies
18 18 0.500 3.0
Dallas Mavericks
17 19 0.472 4.0
New Orleans Pelicans
17 21 0.447 5.0
Cricket
BBL
BRISBANE HEAT v SYDNEY SIXERS
at Metricon Stadium
Brisbane Heat Innings
M BRYANT c Abbott b Curran . . . . . . . 34 (18)
S HEAZLETT b Dwarshuis . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 (3)
C LYNN lbw Curran . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84 (55)
B McCULLUM c O’Keefe b Abbott . . . . . 8 (13)
J BURNS c & b O’Keefe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (9)
B CUTTING b Denly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (3)
J PEIRSON c Silk b Curran . . . . . . . . . . 23 (17)
J PATTINSON not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (2)
Sundries (6lb 2w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Seven wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Fall: 34 (Heazlett), 38 (Bryant), 59
(McCullum), 88 (Burns), 91 (Cutting), 163
(Lynn), 164 (Peirson)
Bowling: B Manenti 2-0-25-0, S O’Keefe
4-0-30-1, B Dwarshuis 4-0-30-1 (1w), T
Curran 4-0-25-3, S Abbott 4-0-40-1 (1w), J
Denly 2-0-8-1
Overs: 20
V1 - TELE03Z01MA
Sydney Sixers Innings
J DENLY c Peirson b Lalor . . . . . . . . . . . 11 (19)
J AVENDANO run out (Cutting) . . . . . . 30 (24)
M HENRIQUES c Bryant b Cutting. . . . 57 (37)
D HUGHES st Peirson b Swepson . . . . . . 2 (3)
J SILK c Peirson b Lalor . . . . . . . . . . . .46 (25)
J PHILIPPE not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 (7)
T CURRAN not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 (2)
Sundries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
Five wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
Fall: 31 (Denly), 77 (Avendano), 81 (Hughes),
121 (Henriques), 159 (Silk)
Bowling: J Lalor 4-0-32-2, M Ur Rahman
4-1-30-0, J Pattinson 4-0-29-0, B Cutting
3.3-0-34-1, M Swepson 4-0-40-1
Overs: 19.3
Man of the Match: Chris Lynn
Result: Sydney Sixers won by 5 wickets
MELBOURNE STARS v MELBOURNE
RENEGADES
at MCG
Melbourne Renegades Innings
S HARPER b Zampa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 (16)
M HARVEY c Maxwell b Stoinis . . . . . . . 21 (15)
C WHITE c Stoinis b Bravo . . . . . . . . . . . 8 (13)
M NABI c Maxwell b Stoinis . . . . . . . . . . . 6 (8)
T COOPER b Lamichhane . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 (9)
D CHRISTIAN c Larkin b Bravo . . . . . . 32 (28)
B WEBSTER c Stoinis b Boland . . . . . . . 19 (19)
J WILDERMUTH c Maxwell b Boland. . . . .1 (2)
C BOYCE c Gotch b Bravo. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 (4)
K RICHARDSON not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 (6)
U SHINWARI not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (0)
Sundries (1lb 4w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Nine wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Fall: 52 (Harvey), 53 (Harper), 65 (Nabi),
71 (White), 80 (Cooper), 130 (Christian), 132
(Wildermuth), 132 (Webster), 139 (Boyce)
Bowling: G Maxwell 1-0-7-0, A Zampa
4-0-24-1, S Boland 4-0-32-2 (1w/2), S
Lamichhane 4-0-31-1 (1w), M Stoinis 3-0-262 (1w), D Bravo 4-0-27-3
Overs: 20
Melbourne Stars Innings
M STOINIS not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 (49)
B DUNK st Harper b Boyce. . . . . . . . . . 32 (27)
N LARKIN run out (Nabi) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 (7)
G MAXWELL st Harper b Boyce. . . . . . 33 (22)
S GOTCH not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (2)
Sundries (1lb 3w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Three wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Fall: 67 (Dunk), 76 (Larkin), 141 (Maxwell)
Bowling: M Nabi 2-0-22-0, U Shinwari 4-022-0 (1w), K Richardson 3.5-0-39-0 (1w), J
Wildermuth 3-0-26-0, C Boyce 4-0-23-2, D
Christian 1-0-18-0 (1w)
Overs: 17.5
Result: Melbourne Stars won by 7 wickets
WBBL
MELBOURNE STARS v MELBOURNE
RENEGADES
at MCG
Melbourne Renegades Innings
S MOLINEUX not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 (54)
D WYATT c King b Hancock . . . . . . . . . 32 (31)
J DUFFIN c Faltum b Ferling. . . . . . . . . . 15 (19)
C KOSKI c Mack b Ferling . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 (6)
A SATTERTHWAITE c Sutherland b King. . 8 (7)
C WEBB run out (Elwiss). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 (3)
Sundries (5w). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Five wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Fall: 67 (Wyatt), 95 (Duffin), 103 (Koski), 140
(Satterthwaite), 149 (Webb)
Bowling: A Sutherland 2-0-15-0 (1w), H
Ferling 4-0-30-2 (3w), E Osborne 4-0-310, A King 4-0-23-1, G Elwiss 4-0-29-0, N
Hancock 2-0-21-1
Overs: 20
Melbourne Stars Innings
L LEE run out (Satterthwaite) . . . . . . . . . 5 (5)
A REAKES c Duffin b Strano . . . . . . . . . 17 (14)
M DU PREEZ c Inglis b Tahuhu . . . . . . . . 9 (11)
E OSBORNE c Satterthwaite b Strano . 9 (19)
K MACK c & b Wareham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 (8)
G ELWISS c Tahuhu b Wareham . . . . . . 22 (25)
A SUTHERLAND c Koski b Strano. . . . . 14 (17)
A KING not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 (13)
N HANCOCK not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (8)
Sundries (1lb 4w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Seven wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Fall: 12 (Lee), 27 (Reakes), 31 (du Preez),
44 (Mack), 59 (Osborne), 83 (Sutherland),
91 (Elwiss)
Bowling: L Tahuhu 4-0-22-1 (3w), M Strano
4-0-25-3, S Molineux 4-0-20-0, G Wareham
4-0-19-2 (1w), A Satterthwaite 3-0-12-0, M
Brown 1-0-2-0
Overs: 20
Result: Melbourne Renegades won by 48
runs
Player of the Match: Sophie Molineux
Golf
CLUB
AVALON: Men: Stroke: J Smith (18) 53.
AVONDALE: Medley: Stableford: 2B: L
Longhi (20) C Cooper (26) 52. Men: White:
H McGilvray (12) 42 cb. Women: J Grosbard
(21) 40.
BANKSTOWN: Medley: Stableford: 2B: T
Howell (17) N Drought (13) 46. Men: L Lu (17)
38. Women: R Huang (29) 34.
BARDWELL
VALLEY:
Stableford:
J
Rowlands (16) 37.
BAYVIEW: Medley: Stableford: 2B: N
Blakemore (24) T Harding (24) 55. Men: P
Clarke (4) 38. Scr: P Clarke (4) 34. Women:
W Climo (18) 30.
BEVERLEY PARK: Medley: Stableford: A: P
Morrison (11) 39. B: C McDonald (20) 40 cb.
C: A Hausfeld (22) 42.
BLACKHEATH: Medley: Stableford: F
Gilliane (36) 40.
BONNIE DOON: Medley: Stableford White:
A: M Bown (7) 44. B: K Lee (13) 42. C: T
Freedman (24) 42. Scr: M Bown (7) 44.
BONVILLE: Medley: Stableford: G Zugajev
(3) 44.
BREAKERS: Men: Stableford: M Wilson (22)
38 cb. C Eaton (25) 38.
CAMPBELLTOWN: Stableford: C Dalzell (5)
41.
CARNARVON: Men: Stableford 2B: White: A
Walker (14) J Lee (24) 47 cb. Mxd 2B: U Bell
(19) M Brooks (17) 45. Women 2B: E Park
(23) V Park (32) 47. Men: White: A: P Davies
(4) 39. B: D Misfud (23) 40. Women: Div 1: G
Goh (20) 39. Div 2: J Kim (34) 37.
CASTLE
HILL: Men: Stableford: S
Macdonald (16) 41 cb. Women: J Cannon
(14) 37.
CHATSWOOD: Medley: Stableford: A: B
Allsopp (12) 37. B: R Solomons (15) 39. C: C
Jonhson (26) 37.
CROMER: Medley: Stableford: 4B: J
McCormack (20) W Kiceless (27) 50. J Wang
(19) 44.
CRONULLA: Men: Stableford: T Wallace
(24) 43. Scr: A Foden 33. Women: J Harvey
(40) 39. Scr: R Feehan 20.
CUMBERLAND: Medley: Stableford: 2B:
D Han S Kim 49. Men: J Jeffrey (14) 42.
Women: J Lee (20) 37.
EASTLAKE: Medley: Stableford White: F
Fitzpatrick-Weir (19) 47.
ELANORA: Medley: Stableford: P Barraket
(9) 39 cb.
FOX HILLS: Men: Stableford: 2B Agg: B
Wakefield R Del Rosario 85. A: G Stephens
(11) 46. B: R Del Rosario (16) 46. C: M
Gleeson (Magenta Shores 33) 41.
HIGHLANDS: Medley: Stableford: W
McDonnell (28) 39.
HURSTVILLE: Medley: Stableford White: P
Zongo (14) 41.
KILLARA: Men: Stableford: P Jedlin (15) 46
cb. Women: J Winn (21) 43 cb.
KOGARAH: Medley: Stableford White: D
Gallagher (0) 39. Scr: L Killen 35.
KOOINDAH WATERS: Men: Stableford: A: B
Nielsen (5) 38. B: J Black (17) 44. C: P Bosly
(26) 37. Women: M Sheekey (18) 35.
LIVERPOOL: Medley: Stableford: C Hagarty
(12) 41.
LONG
REEF:
Men:
Stableford:
C
Montgomery (19) 46. Women: C Ridding
(34) 38.
LYNWOOD: Medley: Stableford 2B Multi:
White: D Doherty N Marlin 88. Div 1: M
Serret (8) 42. Div 2: D Doherty (19) 41. Scr:
P Van Wegen (3) 33.
MARRICKVILLE: Medley: Stableford: M
Solomon (17) 42. Scr: J Mumford 32.
MASSEY PARK: Medley: Stableford: J Ross
(17) 42 cb.
MONA VALE: Mxd: Stroke: Ambrose: S
Mccauley S King B Manson L Warrener
(8.125) 52.875.
MONASH: Medley: Stableford: Team: J
Morgan (4) G Morgan (15) L Hearsch (43)
D Hearsch (6) 54. Men: J Wicks (7) 40 cb.
Women: H Fomin (23) 39.
MOORE PARK: Mxd: Stroke: Ambrose: J
Mould E Kim M Gan 56.5.
MOSS VALE: Medley: Stableford: C Ross
(23) 43.
NELSON BAY: Men: Stableford: S Ferguson
(34) 41. Women: Div 1: T Wood (8) 37. Div 2:
S Joliffe (41) 38.
NORTH RYDE: Medley: Stableford: 2B: S
Mccloskey (14) B Hall (16) 49 cb. Men: S
Mccloskey (14) 40. Hole in one: D Sheather
at 14th. Women: Stableford: C Breen (24)
33 cb.
NORTHBRIDGE: Stableford: 2B: C Davidson
(18) J Liddell (26) 48. C Davidson (18) 40.
NSW: Medley: Stableford: 2B: P Clarke (15)
K Nossiter (28) 45. Men: B Bennett (5) 40
cb. White: R Crawford (14) 31. Women: A
Robertson (17) 34.
PYMBLE: Mxd: Stableford: B Breytenbach
(8) 45 cb.
RANDWICK: Medley: Stableford: 2B: M
Rankin (11) R Duncan (21) 45 cb. Men: R
Duncan (21) 41. Women: A Twaddell (21) 31.
ROSNAY: Men: Stableford: Div 1: C Faulkner
(13) 39. Div 2: P Major (19) 40.
ROYAL SYDNEY: Women: Stableford:
Championship: C Gray-Spencer (30) 38.
White: A Harris (8) 43.
RYDE-PARRAMATTA: Medley: Stableford:
2B: Y Kee (36) G Kim (20) 46. Men: S Park
(3) 41. Women: H Ma (16) 37.
SHELL COVE: Medley: Stableford: C
Humphries (6) 42. P Burgoyne (36) 41. M
Ruiz (8) 40. Scr: J Kast (1) 39.
SHELLY BEACH: Medley: Stableford: 2B: C
Kem (12) G Ryan (20) 51. Men: White: A: C
Kem (12) 40. B: S Reid (15) 40. C: G Ryan
(20) 44. Women: Div 1: A Lamont (17) 43. Div
2: D Herden (45) 41.
SPRINGWOOD: Medley: Stableford White: S
Ballard (2) 40.
ST MICHAELS: Men: Stableford 2B: White:
P Kachoyan (Beverley Park 19) D Marples
(Manly 13) 47. D Glynn (12) 40. Visitor: P
Kachoyan (Beverley Park 19) 44. Scr: J
Lyras 33 cb. Women: Stableford: L Urquhart
(15) 34 cb.
STONECUTTERS RIDGE: Medley: Par
White: R Basha (17) D Basha (23) 10 up. 2B
Scr: K Webber S Baird 3 up. A: A McKay (8)
5 up. B: R Basha (17) 4 up. C: A Renshall
(25) 4 up.
STRATHFIELD: Medley: Stableford: 2B:
G Purves (27) P Binskin (21) 46. Div 1: T
Gullotto (14) 41. Div 2: G Purves (27) 36.
TERREY HILLS: Men: Stableford: Y Kitai
(15) 39.
THE COAST: Medley: Stableford 4B: White:
J Buckingham (26) D Meyer (13) 48. P
Connop (20) 43. Scr: R Farrugia 33.
THE LAKES: Medley: Stableford: 2B: D
Mahony (21) B Patfield (10) 49. 2B Scr: C
Ueda B Tosic 40. D Lane (8) 44.
THE RIDGE: Medley: Stableford: 2B: N
Elbahsa (8) P Mooney (17) (SA Taxi) 51. A:
R Christie (11) 42 cb. B: G Melville (Randwick
20) 43.
TOUKLEY: Medley: Stableford: 4B: M
McKinnon (15) G McKinnon (17) 46. Men: Div
1: P Shields (16) 43. Div 2: P Stooley (33) 40.
Women: D Page (25) 38.
WAKEHURST: Mxd: Stableford: 2B: J Dixon
T Attard 49. Men: White: A Sutton (+1) 40
cb. Women: J Park (25) 38.
WARRINGAH: Men: Stableford: J Toro (4)
41. Women: M White (14) 36 cb.
WENTWORTH FALLS: Medley: Stableford:
2B: J Pittendrigh (21) D Payens (12) 48. M
Cawthorne (14) 40 cb.
WINDSOR: Medley: Stableford: M Colbran
(25) 38.
WOOLOOWARE: Medley: Stableford: W
Struwig (25) 36 cb.
Ice Hockey
NHL (home team in CAPS)
Florida Panthers 4 DETROIT RED WINGS 3
SO; Montreal Canadiens 3 DALLAS STARS
2 OT; CALGARY FLAMES 8 San Jose Sharks
5; Winnipeg Jets 4 EDMONTON OILERS
3; COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS 6 Ottawa
Senators 3; New York Islanders 3 BUFFALO
SABRES 1; CAROLINA HURRICANES 3
Philadelphia Flyers 1; New York Rangers 2
ST. LOUIS BLUES 1; Los Angeles Kings 3
COLORADO AVALANCHE 2 OT; Pittsburgh
Penguins 3 MINNESOTA WILD 2; Tampa
Bay Lightning 2 ANAHEIM DUCKS 1 OT;
NEW JERSEY DEVILS 4 Vancouver Canucks
0; Nashville Predators 6 WASHINGTON
CAPITALS 3
Tennis
BRISBANE
INTERNATIONAL,
at
Queensland Tennis Centre
Men: Rd 1 (prefix denotes seeding): 8-Nick
Kyrgios (AUS) bt Ryan Harrison (USA)
7-6(5) 5-7 7-6(5). Andy Murray (GBR) bt
James Duckworth (AUS) 6-3 6-4. Jeremy
Chardy (FRA) bt Jan-Lennard Struff (GER)
4-6 6-3 6-4. Denis Kudla (USA) bt Taylor
Fritz (USA) 7-6(5) 6-7(2) 6-4. John Millman
(AUS) bt Tennys Sandgren (USA) 7-6(6)
6-7(6) 6-0. Yasutaka Uchiyama (JPN) bt
Ugo Humbert (FRA) 6-4 7-6(6). Miomir
Kecmanovic (SRB) bt Leonardo Mayer
(ARG) 6-3 6-1. 5-Milos Raonic (CAN) bt Aljaz
Bedene (SLO) 6-0 6-3. 6-Grigor Dimitrov
(BUL) bt Yoshihito Nishioka (JPN) 6-3 6-4.
Women: Rd 2: 2-Naomi Osaka (JPN) bt
Destanee Aiava (AUS) 6-3 6-2.
Rd 1: 4-Petra Kvitova (CZE) bt Danielle
Collins (USA) 6-7(6) 7-6(6) 6-3. Aliaksandra
Sasnovich (BLR) bt Anastasia Potapova
(RUS) 6-4 7-5. 8-Anastasija Sevastova
(LAT) bt Daria Gavrilova (AUS) 6-3 6-3.
Johanna Konta (GBR) bt 3-Sloane Stephens
(USA) 6-4 6-3. Ajla Tomljanovic (AUS) bt
Katerina Siniakova (CZE) 1-6 6-3 6-0. Marie
Bouzkova (CZE) bt Samantha Stosur (AUS)
4-6 6-2 6-2. Anett Kontaveit (EST) bt Carla
Suarez (ESP) 6-0 6-3. Harriet Dart (GBR)
bt Priscilla Hon (AUS) 1-6 6-3 6-4. 6-Kiki
Bertens (NED) bt Elise Mertens (BEL) 6-2
6-7(6) 6-4. Donna Vekic (CRO) bt Magdalena
Rybarikova (SVK) 6-1 6-2. Kimberly Birrell
(AUS) bt 7-Daria Kasatkina (RUS) 5-7 6-4
7-6(3). Destanee Aiava (AUS) bt Kristina
Mladenovic (FRA) 6-3 7-6(2). 5-Karolina
Pliskova (CZE) bt Yulia Putintseva (KAZ)
4-6 6-3 6-4. Lesia Tsurenko (UKR) bt
Mihaela Buzarnescu (ROU) 6-0 6-2.
● HOPMAN CUP
Group B
Switzerland leads USA 1-0: Roger Federer
(SUI) bt Frances Tiafoe (USA) 6-4 6-1.
● CHENNAI OPEN, at India
Men: Rd 1: Ernests Gulbis (LAT) bt Pedro
Sousa (POR) 6-4 4-6 6-4. Evgeny Donskoy
(RUS) bt 8-Pablo Andujar (ESP) 6-3 5-7
7-6(6). Michael Mmoh (USA) bt Prajnesh
Gunneswaran (IND) 7-5 6-3. 7-Jaume Munar
(ESP) bt Radu Albot (MDA) 6-2 7-6(4). Steve
Darcis (BEL) bt 6-Roberto Carballes (ESP)
6-3 6-4.
● QATAR OPEN, at Doha
Men: Rd 1: Andrey Rublev (RUS) bt Andreas
Seppi (ITA) 7-5 6-1. Maximilian Marterer
(GER) bt Peter Gojowczyk (GER) 6-1 6-4.
5-Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO) bt Albert
Ramos (ESP) 6-1 1-6 6-1. Tomas Berdych
(CZE) bt Philipp Kohlschreiber (GER) 6-4
7-6(5). Nicolas Jarry (CHI) bt Robin Haase
(NED) 6-7(7) 6-4 7-6(4). 8-Fernando
Verdasco (ESP) bt Paolo Lorenzi (ITA) 6-3
6-4. 7-Roberto Bautista (ESP) bt Matteo
Berrettini (ITA) 6-1 6-4.
● AUCKLAND CLASSIC, at New Zealand
Women: Rd 1: Bianca Andreescu (CAN) bt
Timea Babos (HUN) 6-4 7-6(6). 6-Venus
Williams (USA) bt Victoria Azarenka (BLR)
6-3 1-6 6-3. Amanda Anisimova (USA) bt
Jana Cepelova (SVK) 6-2 3-0 ret. 2-Julia
Goerges (GER) bt Johanna Larsson (SWE)
6-0 6-4. Mona Barthel (GER) bt Silvia Soler
(ESP) 6-2 7-6(1). 5-Barbora Strycova (CZE)
bt Taylor Townsend (USA) 6-2 6-7(5) 6-3.
3-Hsieh Su-Wei (TPE) bt Polona Hercog
(SLO) 6-2 6-3. Bibiane Schoofs (NED) bt
8-Alison Van Uytvanck (BEL) 3-4 ret. Sofia
Kenin (USA) bt 4-Petra Martic (CRO) 7-5
2-6 6-2. 7-Kirsten Flipkens (BEL) bt Sachia
Vickery (USA) 6-2 6-2.
● SHENZHEN OPEN, at China
Women: Rd 2: Alison Riske (USA) bt
Evgeniya Rodina (RUS) 4-6 6-2 6-3. Vera
Zvonareva (RUS) bt Ivana Jorovic (SRB) 7-5
4-6 6-4. Sorana Cirstea (ROU) bt Pauline
Parmentier (FRA) 6-2 6-2.
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REASONS
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ANALYSIS BY
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GREENER
PASTURES
THE NUMBER
7
The Giants have seventhrated list heading into 2019
– their lowest ranking since
2015. Their midfield still
rates fifth despite losing
Tom Scully and Dylan Shiel,
with Callan Ward (pictured)
ranked as the sixth-best
midfielder in the league.
Source: CHAMPION DATA
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3
NEXT STEP
4
MORE
GREENE
BIG PATTON
At the start of
last season,
leading football
analyst David King
rated Toby Greene as
the Giants’ best and
most important player.
The forward went on to
play just nine games in
2018 as foot and ankle
complaints continued
throughout the season. As a
result, the 25-year-old kicked
just 16 goals for the year after
totals of 45 and 44 majors the
previous two seasons. Greene
also recorded only six goal
assists, having contributed 28
in 2016. At his best, Greene is a
match-winner with more Xfactor than almost anyone
else in the competition and
GWS will be hoping he can
stay fit and rediscover top
form this year.
MUM’S THE
WORD
2
The Giants haven’t
exactly been far off the
mark of the top sides in
the competition the past three
years. They lost a preliminary
final by six points to eventual
premier Western Bulldogs in
2016, lost another preliminary
final to eventual premiers
Richmond in 2017 and fell
short of grand finalists
Collingwood by 10 points in a
semi-final in 2018. For a
largely young and developing
side, that finals experience
would have been invaluable.
Now it’s time to shine.
LADDER
HOW YOUR
CLUB IS
TRACKING
2014
EXPLODING
WITH TALENT
As an expansion side
which only started in
2012, the Giants were handed
plenty of draft concessions
and therefore have an
extraordinary amount of talent
on their list. In fact, close to half
of the GWS list — a total of 19
players — were first-round
draft picks at some point. Three
of those arrived through the
door at the 2018 national draft
in Jye Caldwell (pick 11),
Jackson Hately (pick 14) and
Xavier O’Halloran (pick 22),
further bolstering the incredible
talent at the disposal of coach
Leon Cameron. Talent alone
doesn’t win you premierships,
but it certainly helps.
5
POWER MIDFIELD
The on-ball brigade is
undoubtedly the Giants’
biggest strength and
should again cause plenty of
opposition headaches in 2019,
despite the departure of Dylan
Shiel to Essendon. Champion
Data ranks the GWS midfield
the fifth-most talented in the
competition. However, the side
ranked No.1 for clearances and
hard-ball gets and No.5 for
inside-50s last season. The
No.2 draft pick from 2016, Tim
Tarranto, should only get
better in his third season and
the Giants will be hoping for
more football out of Josh
Kelly, who was restricted by
injury to 16 games. Add to
them Callan Ward, Stephen
Coniglio, Adam Tomlinson
and Jacob Hopper and you
have a very solid line-up.
6
SUNNY FIXTURE
The Giants’ 2019 draw
is not the easiest,
Champion Data
ranking it the ninth hardest.
However, they have seemingly
lucked out by being one of five
teams to draw the struggling
Gold Coast Suns twice, in
rounds 11 and 23. GWS played
Gold Coast only once in 2018,
scoring a whopping 108-point
win in round 12. The chance
to play the Suns twice could
help their percentage
significantly, which is often a
big factor in final placings at
the end of the season given
how close the competition has
been in recent years.
11TH
16TH
W6
GWS were hit hard by
injuries in 2018 and the
one to Jonathon Patton
was as big as any. The key
forward tore his ACL at
training after playing just 12
games in a disappointing first
half of the season by his
standards. Patton kicked just
10 goals from his 12 games but
is capable of much more. In
2016, he kicked 38 goals from
23 games and in 2017 he
booted 45 goals from 22 games.
The Giants won’t rush the 2011
No.1 draft pick back from a
third knee reconstruction but
they will be hoping he can get
back on the park and return to
form. Their forward line looks
significantly better when
Patton is up and about.
L16
W11
2015
L11
W16
4TH
L6, PF
2016
4TH
W14 D2 L6, PF
2017
7TH
W13 D1 L8, SF
2018
7
ZAC BACK
Versatile defender Zac
Williams was largely a
forgotten name in the
football world last year, but
there is no understating his
importance to the Giants. A
ruptured Achilles ruled
Williams out of the entire
home-and-away season in
2018 before he finally returned
for the club’s two finals
matches. The 24-year-old
finished sixth in the Giants’
best-and-fairest count in 2017,
averaging 22.2 disposals and
almost four tackles. Williams
can lock down on dangerous
opposition small forwards as
well as win his own ball and
shapes as one of the biggest
“virtual recruits” in the
competition next season.
8
MUMMY
RETURNS
Ruckman Shane
Mumford announced
his retirement due to an
ongoing foot problem at the
end of 2017 but in the shock
story of the off-season — he’s
back. The 32-year-old
continued at the Giants as a
ruck coach last season and his
foot injury gradually improved
to a point where the club
decided he was worth relisting
as a realistic chance of playing
again in 2019. Mumford played
21 games in 2017, averaging
39.2 hit-outs, 5.6 tackles and
more than 10 disposals a game.
If he can stay fit, the big man
could have a big impact in his
return this season.
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21.00
16.00
TIPS: MySTAGOGy 6, Crump’s Rose 1, Thank you Bill 3,
Magic On Tap 5.
Thedogs.com.au says: MySTagogy (6) is well drawn wide and has a
top record here, he’s the likely danger from the well drawn cRuMp’S
RoSe (1) and the consistent Thank you biLL (3).
R4
bess electrical Stakes
618m 4.24
$1310 Mixed Maiden/Grade 5 (0-3 Wins)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 5327
R 4415
R
R 6874
R 231 1
R
R 4432
R 3745
ToppeR Soho
doubLe buxTon
vacanT box
hoLSTeR cuLpRiT
TWeeTy
vacanT box
Waikiki big giRL
Toyko RoSe
FSTD F Harris
36.31 J Porter
1 1 .00
8.00
36.18
FSH
T Craig
S Grey
6.00
*2.10
NBT
NBT
M Bell
S Hopkins
3.50
16.00
TIPS: TWEETy 5, Waikiki Big Girl 7, Holster Culprit 4, Double Buxton 2.
Thedogs.com.au says: TWeeTy (5) is making her Richmond debut
but she’s only lightly raced and has won her last two over the 565m
at Maitland in handy times, she also looks to have more upside than
her rivals ao is the obvious tip. Waikiki big giRL (7) also has ability
and is the likely danger from hoLSTeR cuLpRiT (4) and doubLe
buxTon (2).
R5
Ladbrokes info hub
$1010 Mixed 4/5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 6554
R 6145
R 4451
R 3877
R 3566
R 7717
R 3433
R 8358
R 5576
R 5678
geMena Road
Magic FouR uS
duck FeeT
eLcaRiM
FLavia
no MoRe
bLuechip
TWenTy Six
Radee pRince (r)
RadianT Ridge (r)
NBT
19.21
19.25
NBT
NBT
FSH
18.72
NBT
NBT
19.05
330m 4.42
J Zammit
P Grech
P Daly
R Hancock
A Messina
D Ruse
T Vella
T Vella
S Davidson
A Drapiewski
Sires on ice
$975 Grade 5 Heat
400m 3.25
5.00
*3.00
9.00
16.00
4.00
1 1 .00
7.00
13.00
21.00
21.00
TIPS: MAGIC FOuR uS 2, Flavia 5, Gemena Road 1, Bluechip 7.
Thedogs.com.au says: Magic FouR uS (2) was good here from this
draw three runs back scoring in 19.21 and while he failed at his next two
he’s back to a better draw today so can improver and is the on top
pick. It’s an open race though with FLavia (5), geMena Road (1) and
bLuechip (7) all capable of figuring in the finish without surprising.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 1438
R 1217
R 8878
R 5176
R 747F
R 6558
R 5176
R 6431
WenTWoRTh
gReyhoundS
BATHURSTpaRk
GREYHOUNDS
TIPS AND QUICKPICKS BY THEDOGS.COM.AU
duckaMLoi Fox
nighT ThieF
SchWa
SnapchaT Shayne
appeaL agogo
biT Mexican
can deLighT
unRuShed
400m 4.59
NBT
22.87
23.1 1
22.73
FSTD
NBT
22.79
FSH
A Mathias
P Daly
A Marshall
R Hancock
N Hedley
J Ashe
K Ollerton
G Sheather
1 1 .00
*3.00
16.00
4.00
13.00
9.00
7.00
5.00
TIPS: NIGHT THIEF 2, unrushed 8, Snapchat Shayne 4, Can Delight 7.
Thedogs.com.au says: nighT ThieF (2) has struggled at his last couple of runs but was good winning here before that in 22.87and is better
drawn today in the checks, he’s the on top selection in an open race.
unRuShed (8) is building up a good record and is well drawn for her
Richmond debut, she’s the danger from SnapchaT Shayne (4) and
can deLighT (7).
R7
castlewood kitchens
$975 Grade 5 Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 5773
R
15
R 2662
R 8463
R 8378
R 3563
R 3125
R 6427
go geTTeR
MRS. peabody
Sunny piTubi
baM baM appeaL
LaTe nighT inn
gRiZabeLLa
kaTy beLL
Rocky RoMan
23.43
NBT
22.68
NBT
23.09
NBT
23.09
22.86
400m
K Blythe
I Forno
A Wade
J Polidano
P Daly
M Greer
J Erwin
J Zammit
5.17
13.00
9.00
7.00
5.00
16.00
4.00
*3.00
1 1 .00
TIPS: KATy BELL 7, Grizabella 6, Sunny Pitubi 3, Bam Bam Appeal 4.
Thedogs.com.au says: Apart from her last start fifth when in some
bother kaTy beLL (7) had been racing well since arriving from Tasmania and is what looks a very open affair she’s worth another chance.
gRiZabeLLa (6) is well drawn wide and is likely to be in this for a long
way while Sunny pinTubi (3) and baM baM appeaL (4) are capable
of fighting out the minors.
R8
Wentworthville Leagues club 400m 5.34
$975 Grade 5 Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 521 1
R F287
R 7775
R 1431
R 3474
W 5338
R 2454
R 541 1
chaMpneSS MiSS
JaMeLia duST
in deniaL
pReMieR ReTuRn
no beaR
gabby gabe
FLying SpRingeR
beanie aLLen
NBT
23.47
NBT
NBT
22.95
22.92
22.88
FSH
P Daly
J Proietto
K Blythe
N Lyford
J Gebrail
A Wade
A Messina
G Sheather
*2.80
1 1 .00
13.00
6.50
16.00
9.00
8.00
4.00
TIPS: CHAMPNESS MISS 1, Beanie Allen 8, Premier Return 4,
Flying Springer 7.
Thedogs.com.au says: chaMpneSS MiSS (1) was in trouble when
she failed at her only try here over the 400m but her form since
over 330m has been first class so from the one she’s worth another
chance. Her main danger is likely to be beanie aLLen (8) who makes
her Richmond debut after two smart wins at Goulburn, pReMieR ReTuRn (4) and FLying SpRingeR (7) are place hopes.
R9
Ladbrokes Multimaker
$975 Grade 5 Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 7364
R 2432
R 1855
R 1757
R 5644
R 5716
R 2781
R 1872
big WaL
FiReSTone icon
MiSS peanuT
MadaMe duggie
Magic bLaST
aiRcapT Lady
WoMan in bLack
coSMic LaTiSha
23.27Q
NBT
23.22
23.17
23.58
FSH
23.1 1
22.98
400m 5.59
R Walter
J Erwin
N Hedley
P Daly
J Laverty
G Sheather
A Wade
A Drapiewski
7.00
5.00
1 1 .00
13.00
16.00
9.00
4.00
*3.00
TIPS: COSMIC LATISHA 8, Woman In Black 7, Firestone Icon 2,
Big Wal 1.
Thedogs.com.au says: coSMic LaTiSha (8) resumes here off a handy
second in good time in September, she only has to be somewhere near
her best to prove hard to catch from the wide draw. The lightly raced
WoMan in bLack (7) did enough when winning her maiden last start
to be the main danger while FiReSTone icon (2) and big WaL (1).
R10 South Windsor butchery
$975 Grade 5 Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 21 1
R 7248
R 7154
R 8565
R 6683
R 4522
R 7467
R 4546
uncLe benny
eaT SoMe cake
SheeZ ouTa caSh
cedaR Jacob
geMaLa giRL
hiFaLuTin
deSpicabLe Macy
WhiZ
FSTD
NBT
23.35
23.18
22.97
23.14
NBT
NBT
400m
P Moran
D Browne
S Davidson
M Lee
K Blythe
G Erwin
J Polidano
J Gebrail
6.17
*3.00
9.00
7.00
13.00
5.00
4.00
1 1 .00
16.00
TIPS: uNCLE BENNy 1, Hifalutin 6, Gemala Girl 5, Sheez Outa Cash 3.
Thedogs.com.au says: uncLe benny (1) is the least experienced runner in the second last but he was good winning over 330m on debut
and should be suited by the step up in trip and the good draw so will
again take beating. It’s a very open affair outside of the red with hiFaLuTin (6), geMaLa giRL (5) and SheeZ ouTa caSh (3) all capable
of running well.
R11
Sky Racing
$975 Grade 5 Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 7754
R 112
R 4738
R 1 1 F7
R 4774
R 7514
R 6566
R 1754
huRRicane oScaR
WaRden ann
deLicia
Reign iT in
WiLL’S MaTe
Rapid MuSic
ineka’S chaRM
TuRbo SToRM
400m 6.37
NBT
22.92
NBT
NBT
23.61
23.30
23.00
NBT
J Erwin
S Simonetta
J Buttigieg
T Vella
A Marshall
R Hancock
S Davidson
R Turner
5.00
*3.00
1 1 .00
4.00
13.00
7.00
9.00
16.00
TIPS: WARDEN ANN 2, Reign It In 4, Hurricane Oscar 1, Rapid Music 6.
Thedogs.com.au says: WaRden ann (2) was good winning her maiden
here two runs back then wasn’t disgraced last start when a 1.5L 2nd
from box 5 in 23.26, from the checks she’s likely to take beating once
again. It’s a pretty open affair though with Reign iT in (4), huRRicane
oScaR (1) and Rapid MuSic (6) all capable of figuring in the finish.
R1
Ladbrokes odds boost
$3840 Grade 5 (1-2 Wins)
Bx
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
P4
R 6457
R 3416
R F414
R 8777
R 3574
R 3888
R 2827
W 8141
R 6687
Dog
LeaRn FRoM Me
Red bRae
WinSoMe baiLey
RockSTaR Midge
Zipping nancy
SupeR beaST
boLd RuLeR
WhaTa key
knoW youR eneMy (r)
PB
NBT
FSH
NBT
FSH
NBT
FSH
FSTD
NBT
NBT
520m 7.07
Trainer
Early Speed
M Wotton
$21.00
SCRATCHED
—
J Finn
2.50
SCRATCHED
—
R Tyler
*1.90
SCRATCHED
—
P Abdallah
21.00
A Mulrine
4.00
SCRATCHED
—
TIPS: ZIPPING NANCy 5, Winsome Bailey 3, Whata Key 8,
Learn From Me 1.
Thedogs.com.au says: Thin start with only 3 possible hopes. Zipping
nancy (5) gets the nod off here 30.38 PB here and has mixed it in
tougher company. Small field suits and just might be a touch strong
for these. WinSoMe baiLey (3) hasn’t raced with any luck in town but
has the motor to win this off his 30.06 Dapto win. WhaTa key (8) is
the only other winning hope.
R2
wentworthpark.com.au
$3840 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 7178
W 1275
R 1213
R 5646
W 6887
R 21 1 1
R 3217
R 2121
SWiFTLy LauRie
coSMic ZeSTa
ZippeR ShoeS
Shaun’S enTiTy
RockSTaR eLiZa
bogan viLLa
ReMa’S STone
SpRiTeLy Mae
30.29
NBT
NBT
NBT
30.43
30.85
NBT
NBT
R
L
N
R
M
G
C
C
520m 7.27
Nicolaou
Grimwood
Howard
Walters
Wotton
Dixon
Arletos
Arletos
12.00
8.00
*3.00
33.00
33.00
4.00
10.00
*3.00
TIPS: ZIPPER SHOES 3, Spritely Mae 8, Bogan Villa 6,
Cosmic Zesta 2.
Thedogs.com.au says: Good race for the lead. ZippeR ShoeS (3) blew
the start for the 1st time in her career last week so go on her brilliant
strike rate of 11 explosive all the way wins from 18 starts. Can nail the
jump and atone. SpRiTeLy Mae (8) is the other burning for the lead
on the map with a live chance to get the fly. bogan viLLa (6) is in
career best form.
R3
duke’s Ladbrokes previews
$3840 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 6244
W F624
R 3356
R 7278
R 5526
R 4782
R 6184
R 3237
MeadoWLandS
dandy daLe
SiMpLy Spud
FonTy aLLen
nappo QuoTed
TiggeRLong ThieF
Zipping oakS
JunioR WiZaRd
31.32
30.44
30.39
NBT
30.32
NBT
30.45
NBT
520m 7.47
P Rodgers
S Hazlett
P Rodgers
F Wotton
C Proctor
S Pulbrook
J Eaton
J Magri
*2.50
8.00
12.00
41.00
12.00
12.00
10.00
*2.50
TIPS: MEADOWLANDS 1, Junior Wizard 8, Dandy Dale 2,
Zipping Oaks 7.
Thedogs.com.au says: MeadoWLandS (1) looks perfectly placed here
after mixing it in much tougher company of late. Has the pace and the
draw to hold the lead and bounce back into the winners circle. JunioR
WiZaRd (8) is the big danger off his Richmond form and 30.11 placing
here, live winning chance. dandy daLe (2) and Zipping oakS (7) can
hang on for a minor place.
R4
Wp on Facebook Stakes
$4610 Free For All
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 371 1
R 6332
R
R 1531
R 431 1
R
R 3245
R 2534
Zipping TayLa
dyna aviaToR
vacanT box
aSTon iT iS
SMooTh bLend
vacanT box
dJay hoLden
dyna hadRia
520m
8.10
29.79 J Mackay
30.20 SCRATCHED
*2.20
—
29.91 J Mackay
29.68 D Warren
4.40
*2.20
29.99 V Sultana
FSH S Rhodes
8.50
28.00
TIPS: ZIPPING TAyLA 1, Smooth Blend 5, Aston It Is 4, Djay Holden 7.
Thedogs.com.au says: Zipping TayLa (1) back to her Group 1 winning
best with a double here including a 29.79 effort. Tonight she gets the
gun draw to ping straight to the front and keep the clock running. Best
bet. SMooTh bLend (5) is the main threat coming off flying wins here
with speed to test the red. dyna aviaToR (2) and aSTon iT iS (4)
are going great guns.
R5
national Futurity prelude 520m 8.28
$4610 Non Graded Final
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 1 1 56
R 1 1 34
R 6617
R 31 1 1
R 2638
R 1863
R 7312
R 3535
R 761 1
WinSoMe WiLLoW
FaMiLy SpiRiT
MRS. eMgRand
Jack high
aLL nighT FeveR
Magic beginS
boxcaR beLLa
chickiano
SoRRy ScoTT (r)
30.16
NBT
29.97
29.98
NBT
30.07
30.23
30.58
29.80
J Finn
J Callaughan
L Azzopardi
J Heard
S Swain
G McKinley
C Carl
C Proctor
A Crouch
5.00
6.00
10.00
*1.80
21.00
10.00
12.00
33.00
3.50
TIPS: JACK HIGH 4, Sorry Scott 9, Winsome Willow 1, Family Spirit 2.
Thedogs.com.au says: Jack high (4) looks a Futurity bitch in the
making with a mix of speed and strength. Has a near record 29.22 win
at The Gardens and a powerful 29.98 win 1st up in town last week. Wins
again with the green lights. SoRRy ScoTT (9) is the danger if gains a
start off her 29.80 double here while WinSoMe WiLLoW (1) will be the
big improver from the red.
TIPS AND QUICKPICKS BY THEDOGS.COM.AU
best bet: Zipping Tayla (Race 4)
value bet: Jimmy Casey (Race 6)
R6
national derby prelude
$4610 Non Graded Final
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 2842
R 1266
W 3735
R 1331
R 1414
R 5713
R 1617
R 1288
R 2866
R F414
anoTheR vixen
eMgRand paRk
RunWay oScaR
SWiFT vipeR
JiMMy caSey
WoLF beaR
aSTon MaRQuee
ScReaMing Fox
abouT The SouTh (r)
WinSoMe baiLey (r)
NBT
NBT
NBT
30.29
30.35
30.16
30.40
NBT
NBT
NBT
520m 8.49
P Bigeni
P Azzopardi
N Macdonald
A Proctor
P Carr
P Steedman
J Mackay
SCRATCHED
M Hardman
J Finn
5.50
1 1 .00
1 1 .00
*3.20
*3.20
9.00
5.50
—
12.00
12.00
TIPS: JIMMy CASEy 5, Swift Viper 4, Emgrand Park 2,
Another Vixen 1.
Thedogs.com.au says: Tipping a turnaround this week with JiMMy caSey (5) a nice value bet. He’s a strong type who had no luck last start
and with the green lights tonight he can storm over the top. SWiFT vipeR (4) beat the same field with speed last week in 30.29. eMgRand
paRk (2) is worth an each way ticket.
R7
Ted’s Lounge at Wp
$4305 Grade 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
1273
651 1
6216
8771
ZoMbie
oxLey RebeL
dyna chiLL
buRning FueL
vacanT box
2531 FedeRaL bRae
2631 SiMpLy Toby
5421 MahaRani
29.97
FSH
30.12
29.92
520m 9.08
A
D
S
M
Manwaring
Sultana
Rhodes
Wilcox
30.09 H Sarkis
30.05 P Rodgers
30.16 J Maroun
*2.50
8.00
10.00
*2.50
12.00
10.00
12.00
TIPS: ZOMBIE 1, Burning Fuel 4, Oxley Rebel 2, Dyna Chill 3.
Thedogs.com.au says: ZoMbie (1) Speedy bitch with the gun draw to
fire straight to the lead again tonight. Struck a hot race last time and
went 29.88 when placed. Can pinch this. buRning FueL (4) Talented
bitch with a tricky alley who resumed to score in a slick 22.30 at Bulli.
Keep safe. oxLey RebeL (2) Here off 2 fast Maitland wins, place.
dyna chiLL (3) Exotics mix.
R8
@wpgrey on Twitter
$4305 Mixed 4/5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 3724
R 8465
R 2122
R 7743
R 3236
W 8478
R 4517
R 3641
phanToM oWL
one houR paRking
dyna neiTZ
RacheL’S dReaM
hoLLyWood
nic’S kaRMa
kyLin
nangaR panda
30.33
30.17
NBT
30.40
30.23
30.05
30.49
30.20
520m 9.28
C Pollard
M Knowles
SCRATCHED
N Holloway
S Swain
R Nicolaou
V Sultana
R Jones
*2.10
4.20
—
10.00
7.00
22.00
10.00
5.00
TIPS: PHANTOM OWL 1, One Hour Parking 2, Nangar Panda 8,
Hollywood 5.
Thedogs.com.au says: phanToM oWL (1) Was runner up here from this
alley 2 runs back and went 29.80 in the process. Will be right with the
speed early and should be too good here. one houR paRking (2) Will
be looking to punch up early and hold the lead. Can give some cheek
in front, chance. nangaR panda (8) Exotics.
R9
Ladbrokes info hub
$3840 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 2313
R 3562
R 3455
R 3348
R 6235
R 3568
R 4388
R 2341
MeLLcaT MiSS
MeLLcaT LaSS
bLaZing SToRM
Monica Tee
Quick doLLaRS
MighTy STaunch
beiJing FLing
geLLeR aLLen
FSH
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
FSH
520m 9.48
D Maniaci
D Maniaci
R Walters
J Baldacchino
J Micallef
L Galea
SCRATCHED
S Rhodes
4.00
*3.00
12.00
5.00
4.00
18.00
—
7.00
TIPS: MELLCAT LASS 2, Quick Dollars 5, Monica Tee 4, Mellcat Miss 1.
Thedogs.com.au says: MeLLcaT LaSS (2) Showed good pace here
last start when placed and drawn nicely here to find the top early. Can
give plenty of cheek and might sneak home here. Quick doLLaRS (5)
Speedy centre tracker who won’t be far away early and has been in the
mix at 3 of 5 here. Chance. Monica Tee (4) Exotics
R10 thedogs.com.au Stakes
$3840 Grade 5 (1-2 Win)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 2122
R 6F42
R 3431
R 5565
R 2665
R 4386
R 3323
R 3353
R 6687
caiShen
dyna ZuLTan
WinSoMe dyLan
RockSTaR STanguS
eyebRoW RaiSin’
bLood bRoTheRS
pRinceSS ZeSTa
eSTheR’S STaR
knoW youR eneMy (r)
FSH
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
FSTD
FSH
FSH
NBT
520m 10.12
B Riccio
M Wotton
J Finn
M Wotton
F Wotton
SCRATCHED
L Grimwood
N Holloway
SCRATCHED
*1.80
25.00
3.50
21.00
51.00
—
5.00
8.00
—
TIPS: CAISHEN 1, Winsome Dylan 3, Princess Zesta 7, Esther’s Star 8.
Thedogs.com.au says: caiShen (1) Nicely bred type who was run down
late in very slick time at Maitland last start. Comes up with the cherry
for his debut in town and can pinch this. WinSoMe dyLan (3) Risky
early, but rolled out for a 30.09 Dapto win last start. Looks the main
danger. pRinceSS ZeSTa (7) Has been in the money 7 of 12, exotics.
eSTheR’S STaR (8) Place.
Mackay has a strong hand in tonight’s Free-For-All at WP
JEFF COLLERSON
GREYHOUND RACING
ZIPPING Tayla and Aston It
Is, who gave Jason Mackay a
winning double at Wentworth
Park last Wednesday, clash in
tonight’s (Wednesday) 520m
Free-For-All but their trainer
has no hesitation in plumping
for Zipping Tayla as the better
chance.
Zipping Tayla, who won in
30.14 last week, has box one,
while Aston It Is, who stopped
the clock at a faster 29.91, has
drawn box five.
“The draw favours Zipping
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
Tayla and she is a bit quicker
than Aston It Is,’’ Mackay said.
“Zipping Tayla was hampered when attempting to get
around the leader at the first
turn last week, otherwise she
would have gone faster.’’
A group 1 winner, Zipping
Tayla has clocked 29.79 at WP
and is ideally positioned on the
rails.
Mackay rates the Denice
Warren-trained Smooth Blend
as his greyhounds’ toughest opponent tonight.
“Smooth Blend has heaps
of early speed and because he
tends to race in the middle of
the track, he is not badly po-
sitioned in box five, especially
as he has a vacant box on his
outside.’’
Mackay is spot on because
Smooth Blend is undefeated
in four races from box five, although the small field will suit
Zipping Tayla, a renowned
strong finisher.
Winsome Dylan will be all
the rage for race 10, a 520m fifth
grade, but trainer Charlie Riccio
is confident his dog Caishen will
be the pacemaker.
“Caishen has drawn box one
and from there I am confident
he will be in front when they
go around the first turn,’’ Riccio said.
“He has not raced beyond
450m and while I believe he
will eventually see out a solid
520m, I’m not sure how strongly Caishen will get to the line at
this, his first race over the distance.
“But coming to Wenty after
notching two wins and three
seconds from only five starts at
Bulli and Maitland won’t faze
him because Caishen knows his
way around the Glebe track.
“He was virtually educated
there as an unraced youngster.’’
The much-improved Zombie,
who made most of the running before finishing third to
Blue Moon Rising in a 520m
top grade at WP on December 22, should relish the drop
in class and lead throughout in
tonight’s Ted’s Lounge at WP
Stakes, a fourth grade event.
Zombie, who led all the way in
a fourth and fifth grade at WP
on December 8, has box one and
has won two of her seven appearances wearing the red rug.
Early in her career Zombie
tended to make the pace and
fade at the finish, but the Allan
Manwaring-trained greyhound
has acquired greater stamina
with age and was runner-up
in a heat of the top grade Ladbrokes Christmas Gift at WP on
December 8.
Another greyhound drawn to
win after securing the rails box
tonight is Phantom Owl, who
will contest race eight, a 520m
fourth and fifth grade.
The Craig Pollard-trained
dog has been most consistent
at WP, scoring a win and three
seconds from just five starts.
At his most recent appearance from the inside trap Phantom Owl beat all but Fantastic
Yankee at WP on December 12,
and that dog proved the form
by leading all the way to win
a semi-final of the group 1 Silver Chief at Melbourne’s The
Meadows course on Saturday
night.
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Boyle blast for ‘loudmouth’
EMMA KEMP
THE Asian Cup is “Mickey Mouse
football”.
Sounds like a comment borne out
of ignorance about the game on the
continent, according to Scotlandborn Socceroo Martin Boyle.
Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton
ignited a storm last week via his inflammatory description of Asia’s most
prestigious international tournament,
feeding off Celtic fans’ frustration that
Tom Rogic would miss December
29’s Old Firm derby loss to Rangers.
The Scottish football pundit’s on-
air rant fuelled the club-versus-country fire engulfing Rogic and
Hibernian trio Boyle, Mark Milligan
and Jamie Maclaren.
“The thing which has upset me a
bit is the Tom Rogic situation and him
not being able to play against Rangers,” Sutton said on BT Sport. “They
don’t need Tom Rogic to thump Jordan, absolutely not. There’s a lot of
Scottish football fans thinking the
Socceroos should shove their XXXX
(beer) somewhere where the sun
doesn’t shine. It’s not on. It’s Mickey
Mouse football. Stick to your prawns
and your barbecues Australia.”
Social media went into meltdown
over the remarks and Boyle believed
they highlighted Sutton’s lack of
knowledge about Asian football, a
subject the winger himself is in the
process of studying after being recruited to the country of his father’s
birth to assist with their Cup defence
starting this Sunday against Jordan.
“I don’t think he knows much
about it if I’m honest with you,” Boyle
said. “It’s a bit disappointing the comments. Everyone’s got their opinion
and stuff, but some people don’t
accept what he says.
“He’s a bit controversial in what he
says … he’s a legend in Scotland, what
he’s done with Celtic, and he’s a big
icon in terms of that. But sometimes
some people can say silly stuff.
“He can be a bit of a loudmouth,
him, but he’s always been that kind of
character.
“He’s paid to do a job and he’s on
the show to be quite controversial.
He’s made a bit of a publicity stunt
out of it.”
A wider issue is the timing of the
tournament, the last remaining major
continental championship not held in
the middle of the year after the Confederation of African Football de-
cided to move the Africa Cup of
Nations to Europe’s summer months
to avoid clashing with some of the big
domestic leagues.
It’s believed the Asian Football
Confederation is looking at the possibility of moving the 2023 Asian Cup
to June to cater for the 2022 World
Cup’s shift to November.
Even if that was to happen, it’s unclear whether such a move would be
permanent, with weather factors undoubtedly a consideration along with
FIFA’s discussions around a revamped Club World Cup and global
Nations League.
Chris Ikonomidis in action against Oman.
Tough Italian ways
mould a Socceroo
EMMA KEMP
IT’S hard to fathom that 2½
years ago Chris Ikonomidis
was locked inside a Serie A
training ground, trapped by
the sheer volatility of Italian
football but also learning lessons that would trigger his
Socceroos awakening.
The Sutherland Sharks
product was then 21 and pursuing the European football
dream, but he also experienced
the steep demands and punishment that came with losing
a game.
More than once with Lazio
and the Serie B side Salernitana he was loaned to, club
hierarchy restricted Ikonomidis to the training ground for a
week, where he would train,
eat and sleep until the next
game in the hope of earning
his freedom with a win.
On one of those occasions
his parents had flown to visit
him but had to wait until their
son was released before they
could see him.
As harsh and absurd such
practices seemed, it was all part
of a baptism of fire in a
football-mad country that
would equip the Perth Glory
standout with the technical
skills and mental resilience to
become one of the keys for the
Socceroos at the Asian Cup.
“It had probably the biggest
influence on my career, my
time in Italy,” Ikonomidis, 23,
said. “I went there when I was
16 and only came back a couple
of months ago.
“You could say all my youth
development
over
there,
everything I learnt, was the
Italian style — whether it was
technically, tactically or mentally. I feel like I grew a lot
going over there and it was
probably the best decision I’ve
ever made in my life.
“The main thing that it gave
me, apart from my skills, was
the mental strength. I moved
over by myself and had to sacrifice a lot to follow my dream
of becoming a professional.
“The stuff I went through in
Italy is helping me today. It
keeps me more calm and a
little bit more centralised in all
my thoughts.”
Having shone while on another loan stint with Western
Sydney last season, the permanent move to Perth offered a
“breath of fresh air” under
coach Tony Popovic, who has
“kept me on my toes” and provided the stability he craved.
The result is six goals and
two assists in nine A-League
appearances this season —
enough to earn Ikonomidis a
Socceroos recall for the Asian
Cup defence in the United
Arab Emirates.
He started repaying Graham Arnold’s faith with a
maiden international goal in
Sunday’s 5-0 friendly thrashing of Oman.
“I’m not going to lie and
pretend it’s not special,” Ikonomidis said. “To know that
you have scored for your
country, it’s something you
dream of as a kid.”
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Jets require instant net gains
TOM SMITHIES
Ronnie Vargas has scored
twice this season.
IT’S the statistic which shows
why the Jets have fallen off the
pace, and why coach Ernie
Merrick is losing patience.
Ten games into the season,
Newcastle have scored a measly 10 goals — the second lowest in the A-League. To put it
in context, by this stage last
season Newcastle had scored
23 goals shared among eight
different players.
Six players have scored in
this campaign, but only Jason
Hoffman and Ronnie Vargas,
with a pair each, have more
than one goal. Partly the
drought is down to Roy
O’Donovan’s lengthy suspension but Merrick hinted
strongly that changes will result for tonight’s pivotal home
clash with Brisbane.
Victory over the coach-less
Roar would have Newcastle
breathing down the necks of
the top six, but defeat would
widen the gap further from the
finals positions.
“There might be a couple of
changes, not many,” Merrick
said of his likely selection to
face Brisbane. “We're creating
the chances and we need to
find players who want to put
them away. You can't have just
one player scoring goals for
you — he's easily marked out
of the game. You have to have
three or four players getting
into goalscoring areas and
we're doing that now.
“So it's up to the front four
to regularly get on the score
sheet, just as we did last year.
That isn't happening but the
chances have been created.”
That could mean a start for
English striker Kaine Sheppard, whose clever turn and
cross set up O’Donovan to
score in his first game back
since a 10-match ban at home
to Adelaide on Sunday.
“So we're very fit, we're well
organised, we're creating chances — we're just not putting
them away,” Merrick said.
Unhappy
boo year
for WSW
Roly Bonevacia battles Nathaniel Atkinson. Picture: Getty
TOM SMITHIES
HYUNDUAEI
A-LEAG
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PAS FROM
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SUMMER OF HEROES
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AT halftime and at fulltime the
boos rang down from the
stands, the fans in mutiny as
the Western Sydney Wanderers’ turbulent season took a
fresh turn for the worse.
Defeat by two goals to none
at home to Melbourne City left
Western Sydney six points
outside the A-League’s top six,
but the supporters’ discontent
told a wider story of disillusionment at the performances all season.
Leaders of the club’s Red
and Black Bloc fans group left
their seats behind one goal to
berate the home players at
halftime, and many of the RBB
left the stadium altogether
shortly after.
Two goals adrift by that
stage, the Wanderers staged at
least the semblance of a fightback, but coach Markus
Babbel’s slumped shoulders
told the tale long before the
final whistle.
An astonishing trio of saves
from veteran City keeper Eugene Galekovic in the game’s
final minutes denied the home
side even a consolation strike,
culminating in a plunge to his
right to turn aside a penalty
from Oriol Riera.
But in truth Western
Sydney deserved little from a
game that was no advertisement at all for the A-League
during long stretches where
the city’s New Year’s Day
hangover seemed to have
stretched as far as ANZ
Stadium.
“If you concede goals like
this, it is very difficult,”
Babbel said.
“In the first half I wasn’t
happy with the performance, I
couldn’t feel the energy. We
created two or three chances
anyway but I told the boys at
halftime, it’s not good enough.
“If you don’t have the energy you can’t score.”
City deserved the victory,
if only for the efficiency with
which they took two of their
few chances, but it was the
manner in which they scored
their goals that left the home
fans fuming.
The first goal symbolised a
season where the Wanderers
have been guilty of far too
many basic errors, a carelessness that would not have been
tolerated during the Tony
Popovic regime.
Conceding a throw-in close
to halfway on 35 minutes, the
Western
Sydney
players
switched off to a man and paid
a heavy price.
With half the defence out of
position, Dario Vidosic simply
hurled it down the line to
Lachlan Wales who turned
and hared towards goal.
As Raul Llorente desperately tried to cover, Wales
dinked the ball over Vedran
Janjetovic with impudence.
For Llorente, left on the
sidelines for weeks, the evening was about to become even
more bleak.
Twisted this way and that
by Riley McGree on the right
wing, the Spanish fullback
could only watch as McGree
slid the ball infield for Ritchie
De Laet to drive a shot across
Janjetovic and in.
Even the dismissal of Rostyn Griffiths for a daftly
unprofessional pair of fouls by
the 56th minute couldn’t
change the Wanderers’ narrative, and the crowd of 8365 is
unlikely to swell with two
more home games in the next
week.
It has been said many times
that the club can’t wait to get
to Parramatta Stadium for
next season, but the pain
along the way will, it seems,
be considerable.
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HEAT V SIXERS
METRICON STADIUM
SILK’S STEEL DECISIVE
Jordan delivers a cracking contribution to steer the Sixers home
TRAVIS MEYN
METRICON STADIUM
JORDAN Silk’s sensational
display was the difference as
the Sydney Sixers burned the
Brisbane Heat on the Gold
Coast yesterday to record a
five-wicket win.
His 46 from 25 balls upstaged Chris Lynn’s best
knock of the summer in a
New Year’s Day thriller at
Metricon Stadium.
The Sixers chased down
Brisbane’s 7-164 with three
balls to spare to leave the
Heat without a win after
three matches of their campaign.
Lynn entertained the
17,106-strong crowd with a
typically exciting 84 from 55
balls, but Brisbane’s muchhyped batting order once
again failed.
SILKY SMOOTH SIXERS
The Sixers looked gone at
4-121 in the 17th over when
skipper Moises Henriques
departed following an excellent 57 from 37 balls.
But Silk batted beautifully
in the dying overs, picking
Brisbane’s field apart with a
textbook display of Twenty20 batting to keep Sydney
in the contest.
Heat spinner Mitch Swepson (1-40) was tonked
around the park along with
Ben Cutting (1-34) as Brisbane’s lukewarm bowlers
squandered what was shaping to be their first win of the
season.
Earlier, Sixers debutant
Justin Avendano was cruising on 30 from 23 balls before
committing a cardinal sin in
his first BBL game.
Avendano
ran
what
seemed to be an easy single
but didn’t ground his bat and
was run out with a direct hit
from Cutting.
LYNN THE GROOVE
Lynn had gone 21 T20 innings without a half-century,
his last 50 coming for Kolkata in the Indian Premier
League.
He found himself out in
the middle in the third over
at 1-34 and departed in the
last over with the Heat at a
respectable 6-163.
He was dropped twice, on
13 and 73, but batted perfectly
for the scenario, staying at
the crease with smart stroke
play before cranking it up at
the death.
Finishing with three fours
and five sixes, Lynn’s knock
was exactly the innings he
had been hoping for since
taking over as captain of the
Heat, and it took him to
second on the BBL all-time
run-scorers’ list (1706 runs)
behind Michael Klinger
(1840).
Now he needs a win.
HEAT BATTING STILL
COLD
While the Heat produced
their best score of the summer, there are still major
problems with their batting
given it is supposed to be
their strength.
The Heat don’t have the
bowlers to defend modest totals and need their batters to
deliver every game, which
they are yet to do.
Kiwi star Brendon McCullum was dropped to No.4
yesterday following multiple
failures opening and only
managed eight from 12 balls.
He was replaced by Sam
Heazlett, who was lucky to be
playing let alone promoted up
the order.
Heazlett was out for two,
taking his season average to
1.33 in three games following
scores of two and a duck in
the first two games.
While Lynn rescued the
Heat, it is time Brisbane
made a change to their batting line-up.
Coach Dan Vettori is unlikely to drop Black Caps
mate McCullum and he is
being paid too much not to
play, but Heazlett is facing
the chop following three failures.
“The Sweepologist” Alex
Ross is waiting for a crack in
the middle order, while former Test opener Matt Renshaw is itching to play his
first game of the season and
could open alongside Max
Bryant.
SCOREBOARD
BRISBANE HEAT
M. BRYANT c S. Abbott b T. Curran
S. HEAZLETT b B. Dwarshuis
C. LYNN lbw b T. Curran
B. MCCULLUM c S. O'Keefe b S. Abbott
J. BURNS c & b S. O'Keefe
B. CUTTING b J. Denly
J. PEIRSON c J. Silk b T. Curran
J. PATTINSON not out
EXTRAS: 6lb, 2w
34 (18)
2 (3)
84 (55)
8 (13)
4 (9)
0 (3)
23 (17)
1 (2)
8
TOTAL
7-164
FALL: 34, 38, 59, 88, 91, 163, 164
BOWLING: B. Manenti 2-0-25-0 (12.5), S. O'Keefe 4-0-30-1
(7.5), B. Dwarshuis 4-0-30-1 (7.5), T. Curran 4-0-25-3 (6.25), S.
Abbott 4-0-40-1 (10.0), J. Denly 2-0-8-1 (4.0)
SYDNEY SIXERS
J. DENLY c J. Peirson b J. Lalor
J. AVENDANO run out (B. Cutting)
M. HENRIQUES c M. Bryant b B. Cutting
D. HUGHES st J. Peirson b M. Swepson
J. SILK c J. Peirson b J. Lalor
J. PHILIPPE not out
T. CURRAN not out
EXTRAS:
11 (19)
30 (24)
57 (37)
2 (3)
46 (25)
14 (7)
5 (2)
0
TOTAL
5-165
FALL: 31, 77, 81, 121, 159
BOWLING: J. Lalor 4-0-32-2 (8.0), M. Ur Rahman 4-1-30-0
(7.5), J. Pattinson 4-0-29-0 (7.25), B. Cutting 3-0-34-1 (9.71), M.
Swepson 4-0-40-1 (10.0) RESULT: SIXERS WIN BY 5 WICKETS
Sixers captain Moises Henriques slide in yesterday against the Heat on the Gold
Coast and (inset) Josh Philippe tries an unconvential shot. Pictures: AAP, Getty
Ferguson tips faltering Thunder to bolt back into contention
MATT LOGUE
SYDNEY Thunder batsman
Callum Ferguson says tonight’s
clash against the Perth Scorchers is the perfect chance to reignite their season following
back-to-back defeats.
The Thunder have dropped
their standards after two impressive wins to start the summer. Ferguson isn’t hitting the
panic button but he believes the
showdown with the Scorchers
SPOTLESS STADIUM DOUBLE-HEADER
THUNDER V
SIXERS
THUNDER V
SCORCHERS
WBBL, today 2.50pm
m
BBL, tonight 7.15pm
at Spotless Stadium has come at
the right time.
“We’ll go into the game with
a lot of confidence,” Ferguson
said. “We still feel like we are
playing really good cricket.
“There have just been a few
little periods in matches that
have hurt us. The game in Hobart could have gone either way
down the stretch, so we are getting into better positions where
we can win games and we are
doing it consistently.
“We have a really strong
squad and we believe in our
talent and youthful exuberance.
We feel like we have a really
well-balanced team and the way
we’ve played this season, we will
go in with a lot of confidence
that we can get the job done.”
Before the BBL action starts
at 7.15pm, the WBBL Sydney
Smash will take centre stage at
Spotless from 2.50pm.
After consecutive narrow
losses to the Scorchers at Lilac
Hill before the New Year, the
Thunder have made one
change to their WBBL squad for
the grudge match against the
league-leading Sixers. Hannah
Darlington comes into the
squad to replace Rene Farrell.
Thunder coach Joanne
Broadbent said her side was determined to defeat the Sixers.
“We’ve played one game
against them already and lost so
I know the girls want to get one
back,” she said. “Out of all the
teams, I suppose the Sixers are
the team we know the most.”
Callum Ferguson.
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TAREE — SHAYNE O’CASS
RACE 4
The Kim Waugh-trained Equiseta trialled like a
bomb before her first-up third here to Destiny’s
Choice and Weigela, making up ground in a leaderdominated affair. Showada is a granddaughter of
the dual Group 1 winner Showella and a half-sister to
Sydney Cup runner-up Zacada. Drawn wide but
creates interest with Andrew Gibbons riding for
Jason Deamer. Weigela has claims.
Bet: Equiseta win; Showada each way; quinella
10, 12; exacta 10 to beat 12.
RACE 5
Gidgee Guy is a fast horse who should be
prominent from the rails draw with Robert
Thompson riding for Les Tilley. Lightly raced but has
shown up in his four starts with a win and a last-start
third. Manangatang has the highest benchmark
rating in the race and resumes over 1000m but has
the class edge over most. Too Easy Bro ran into a
handy one here over 1000m last time.
Bet: Gidgee Guy each way; quinella 1, 6.
RACE 6
Andrew Gibbons and Jason Deamer combine again
with Tabrobane, who has been running against
superior opposition to what he meets today. His
prospects are often determined by the tempo — he
needs a good pace and if he gets it, he could finish
home over the top. Blinkin Artie rates 71 compared
with Tabrobane’s 68 and has four starts at the track
and distance for three wins. This is harder for Port
Gold but the local has won her past two here.
Bet: Tabrobane win.
RACE 7
The Kris Lees-trained Bubbles Ball is a Zoustar
three-year-old filly taking on the older horses but
she had no trouble winning a 1000m maiden at
Coffs Harbour last start by four lengths in a time of
57.77s. Runner-up at her only two other runs. Silent
Dream is a Wyong galloper who was a close-up third
at his only visit to the venue. Cunningar Lass made
up plenty of ground first-up and won with Robert
Thompson on before that.
Bet: Bubbles Ball win; box trifecta 1, 2, 3, 4.
SAPPHIRE COAST
RACE 4
Bendethera is building up to a deserved second win
after a couple of encouraging runs to kick off the
summer campaign. One of them was on December 3
when he closed late to finish fourth in quite a strong
Class 1 — his only visit to the venue. Reign Over Me
was emphatic winning her mile maiden at Canberra
last start. Can keep progressing. Dance Harder Son
has won just one from 40 but can place here.
Bet: Bendethera win; quinella 1, 10; exacta 1 to
beat 10.
RACE 5
Jess Taylor is sticking by Sunday Hustler, who she
rode to a first-up fifth at Moruya in a 1010m Class 1
on December 23. I liked the way she hit the line and
while the daughter of Hussonet has only won one
from 26, it was at the Sapphire Coast. Ninky Nonk,
from the Nick Olive camp, won his first two runs at
Canberra and was unplaced in the next couple.
Nicely placed. Damagic is a player.
Bet: Sunday Hustler each way.
RACE 6
Lucky Dragon is an interesting runner. The Think
Big Stud-bred gelding is a five-year-old on debut
who was never asked for an effort when he beat
two home in his Canberra trial on December 16.
Patrick Scorse rode him that day and sticks. Market
watch essential. Star Eagle is another of the first
starters — and this Kembla visitor has trialled well.
Banja Luka is the pick of the raced horses.
Bet: Lucky Dragon each way; quinella 3, 10;
exacta 3 to beat 10.
RACE 7
Monegal bumped into the handy On The Top at
Kembla first-up when hitting the line well to be 3.3
lengths off at the finish. Have to put a line through
the last-start 13 of 13 at Goulburn as the filly was
stopped in her tracks halfway up the straight when
about to hit top speed. Bear in mind she was beaten
three lengths at Warwick Farm on debut. Luga Lad
is winless after 17 starts but has placed eight times.
Bet: Monegal win; exacta 11 to beat 3.
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Scorse aims for a
Balansa bonanza
SHAYNE O’CASS
SAPPHIRE COAST TODAY
A SECOND Narooma Cup and a
maiden Bega Cup win would be the
perfect start to the year for gun
apprentice Patrick Scorse, who is
eager to start his association with
Balansa in today’s Bega Cup Prelude (1630m) at the Sapphire Coast.
Scorse, who counts the Sapphire
Coast as one of his favourite tracks,
is having his first ride on the son of
VRC Derby winner Helenus but he
has kept track of the horse
throughout his 13 starts.
The Keith Dryden and Scott
Collings-co-trained Balansa caught
the eye over 1300m at Canberra on
November 30. Two weeks later on
the same track he tailed the field
home, but he was clearly looking
for further.
“This horse is quite classy,’’
Scorse said.
“I was at Wagga one day when
he chased down a runaway leader a
long from home and he did it very,
very impressively, too.
“He is definitely looking for the
mile-plus. I have been down at
Keith’s and riding him in work
and he is a very big-striding,
great
big
beautifulactioned gelding.
“Down here at the
Sapphire Coast (today) in that
class of race over the mile, I
think he would be very, very hard
to beat.
“I would be quite shocked if he
got beaten,” Scorse said.
“Anything can happen in racing,
nothing is a moral, but he is the
class in the race.”
Scorse’s 1.5kg claim, which is a
mere seven wins from evaporating,
will be invaluable to Moruya mare
Living Doll, who has had one start
for one win at the Sapphire Coast
over 1008m.
“She is a very genuine mare,’’
Scorse said.
“Back to this class of race, especially coming off her last-start
fourth at Moruya in the open
handicap, she would be hard to
beat.
“I don’t see her being anywhere
else bar in front and on the fence.”
One of the day’s most interesting runners is the local Lucky
Dragon, who makes his longawaited debut in the Little Bottler
Tathra Maiden Plate (1208m).
Bred by Think Big Stud in the
Robert Thompson is
the jockey to follow
at Taree today.
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SHAYNE O’CASS’S BEST BETSS
TAREE
BEST BET
Race 6 No.2:
Tabrobane
Been running behind
some above-average
horses with some
good sectionals.
NEXT BEST
Race 3 No.1:
Haames
Highest-rated horse
in the race, which
reflects record of
two wins and five
placings from 11
starts.
VALUE
SAPPHIRE COAST
Race 5 No.6:
Gidgee Guy
Fast horse ready to
win second-up over
the 1000m — with
Robert Thompson in
the saddle.
BEST BET
Race 7 No.11:
Monegal
Good fifth at Kembla
first-up then stopped
in her tracks at
Goulburn.
JOCKEY TO
FOLLOW
The aforementioned
Hall of Famer himself,
Robert Thompson
NEXT BEST
Race 2 No.1:
Living Doll
Monsters the others
for benchmark
ratings and Patrick
Scorse takes 1.5kg off
her weight. One from
one at track/distance.
.
QUADDIE
R4: 8, 10, 12; R5: 1, 2,
6; R6: 1, 2; R7: 1, 2, 3.
Southern Highlands, Lucky Dragon is a son of Pendragon. Although
he beat only two home in his Canberra barrier trial on December 16,
he has done enough along the way
to impress Scorse.
“Lucky Dragon was down at
Canberra for a couple of weeks so
he could have some competitive
jump-outs on the synthetic surface
every Wednesday,” Scorse said. “I
rode him on his jump-out and his
trial and I was quite impressed with
just how professional he was.
“Having a couple of wins on
some Pendragons myself, I know
they are supposed to get over some
distance, but this fella was quite
sharp and surprised me a little bit.
“I thought he trialled well
enough, especially going down to a
race at the Sapphire Coast, and he
will be very competitive even
though it’s his first start.’’
Trainer walking on sunshine with former sprinter’s offspring
SHAYNE O’CASS
TAREE TODAY
BRETT Partelle wants to bookend
today’s first meeting of the new
year at Taree with the offspring of
his 2010 Newcastle Newmarket
Handicap winner Walking Or
Dancing, who stands at stud in
Yass nowadays.
Partelle trains the majority of
the breed at Wyong and nearly all
of them wear the colours Walking
Or Dancing wore throughout from
his stable — those of Bert Vieira of
Trapeze Artist fame.
The Vieira family owned and
bred Hard Reality is the first of the
Walking Or Dancings to race today.
The three-year-old will line up for
start No.4 in the Club Harrington
Maiden over 1000m at Taree.
Both his grand-dam, Heart
Ruler, and her dam, Born To Be
Queen, won the Group 1 ATC
Metropolitan, but this fellow is all
about speed rather than stamina.
“I like this horse,’’ Partelle said.
“He is a progressive sort. He had to
go back in his race the other day
and they ran good time.
“I’d expect him not to be too far
away, either, let me tell you. He is
nearly where you would want him
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to be and he’s in the right company.’’
Partelle’s prospects of landing
the final race rest with the six-yearold mare Silent Dream. She has the
highest benchmark rating in the
race and 3kg off her allotted weight
with up-and-coming apprentice
Kyle Wilson-Taylor riding.
“She is back (from 1600m) to a
1000m but she’s had a little let-up
and they are going to roll along.
“She has a really good finish on
her. We’ve prepared her to run
nicely first-up and the weight relief
will be good for her. If she can tack
on and get to the outside and be
within a few lengths of them, she’d
be pretty competitive.’’
Partelle’s other major chance
today is Rugenbrau, who is thirdup over his pet trip in the Country
Colours Class 3 Handicap (1600m).
‘’He looks well suited with the
56.5kg — Chad Lever goes on —
and he hit form when he got to the
mile last campaign.’’ he said. “He is
going to be very hard to beat. He is
in really good order for this.’’
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BEN HORNE
THEY say the best keepers are
the invisible men but Tim
Paine completely disagrees.
Nathan Lyon is tipped to
create havoc out of the rough
when the Sydney pitch wears
this week, and the Australian
captain will relish the highstakes challenge of standing up
to the world’s best.
All-time great gloveman
Don Tallon from the Bradman
era was so renowned for his
glovework artistry that watching his broad sweeping movements was pleasing to the eye.
Daily Telegraph columnist
Robert Craddock covered his
first Test in 1986 and is adamant Paine is the equal of any
wicketkeeper of the past 30
years when it comes to skill
and class up to the stumps.
Paine seems to have so
much time with his glovework
and moves like he has an extra
second on his rivals, even
when negotiating the extra
bounce and spin that makes
Lyon so dangerous.
He said he and Lyon had
put hours of extra work into
their combination ahead of
Australia’s acid Test against
India at the turning SCG, and
he gave an insight into what
it’s like to keep to arguably the
game’s No.1 spinner.
“In the Ashes last year we
went early together a lot and
he would do his bowling
warm-up and I’d catch them
just to get used to the extra
spin and extra bounce he gets,”
Paine said. “Once you adjust to
the basics it’s a bit of a mindset
thing when you keep to someone like Nathan Lyon.
“If you’re saying, ‘geez, it’s
going to be hard because he
spins it and bounces it’, then
it’s going to be a difficult thing.
But I spin it and say, ‘well, I’m
going to be in the game every
ball and I love that’.
“I love the challenge of
keeping to him. I love the fact
that if you keep well to Nathan
Lyon, people notice it.”
Paine’s journey to Test
cricket is an extraordinary one.
At age 34, he has a second life
on the international scene he
never thought he would get,
and he is captaining his country in the most extraordinary
of circumstances. But Paine
isn’t just satisfied, he is motivated to be the best at his craft.
“Keepers that are OK, you
don’t notice,” he said. “Keepers that are bad you notice and
I think keepers who are very,
very good, you notice.”
IT’S PLAYING THE
Smith and Warner’s return could help our guys ‘walk taller’
A LOT of people billed us as world
beaters after we won in Perth and
now we’re chumps again.
The reaction from outside the
team pumped up an expectation that
we’d made major improvements after
just one win in the second Test, but in
actual fact, we hadn’t come that far.
We’re not happy with the way
things slipped a little at the MCG, but
the reality of our situation at the moment is we have three guys in the top
six who have played less than 10 Tests.
I believe we are getting better as a
group, but every now and then it’s
TIM PAINE
AUSTRALIAN CAPTAIN
going to look like we’ve taken two
steps back.
Ricky Ponting came into Test
cricket as a No.6 batsman and had
Mark Taylor, Steve Waugh and Mark
Waugh to learn off.
When I played with Ricky early in
my career, I walked taller purely due
to his presence in the dressing room.
When you’re batting with players
like that, you can feel a bit more confident seeing them standing up to pressure and it makes young guys puff
their chests out and believe.
You’re seeing first-hand worldclass players who not only talk the
talk but walk the walk. Out in the
middle, in the nets, in the change
rooms – you are learning so much.
In three months’ time, Steve
Smith and David Warner will have
served their bans and we will have
available two world-class batsmen
who might be able to help other guys
walk taller.
Usman Khawaja and Shaun Marsh
are two excellent experienced players
who offer our group so much as it is, but
the prospect of Smith and Warner returning could potentially boost the confidence of other players even further.
This Australian team is going to
have good games and we’re going to
have bad games, but hopefully when
guys like Travis Head are getting 10,
12 or 15 Tests into their careers we will
see the benefit of the valuable lessons
learnt in these more difficult times.
We have a great group of guys in
this squad who have been identified
Meditation could give anxious batsmen peace of mind to
ROBERT CRADDOCK
COMMENT
“YOUR team should do yoga.’’
That was the message whispered in my ear from a senior
member of the Indian press
corp as a shattered Australian
batsman walked off the MCG
after another agitated dismissal on the weekend.
I looked up to see whether
the veteran scribe had an
angular grin or there was any
other playful taunt to follow
because Australia were, by
then, an easy target.
But there was none of that.
It was a sincere suggestion
from a sincere man and made
in the belief that whatever the
technical fragilities of the top
order, a serene, settled mind is
where Australia’s batting woes
may start and finish.
In these days of merciless
social media criticism and forensic analysis from five official
media rights holders, gaining
peace of mind is one of the
greatest challenges a player
can face.
Australia did a one-off session on a beach under the
guidance of new yoga convert
Cameron Bancroft in Perth
earlier in the season.
It will be interesting to see
where Australian coach Justin
Langer takes the team in the
mind-power stakes because he
has always had a strong spiri-
tual bent. A 23-year-old Langer felt the bottom had dropped
out of his world on the 1993
tour of New Zealand when his
form faded to the point he was
to be the last man cut from the
Ashes tour of England later
that year.
New Zealand veteran John
Wright, just about to retire,
called Langer over in the dressing room with the farewell tip
“you should try transcendental
meditation’’, to which Langer
replied: “I have never actually
heard of it.’’
When Langer returned to
Perth he noticed an advertisement in The West Australian
newspaper for a transcendental meditation course and
considered the coincidence too
freakish not to sign up. He has
practised it most days since.
When Langer retired from
Test cricket, Michael Clarke
gave him a pen as a present
with the words “conquering
haste’’ engraved on it. Langer
had previously given Clarke a
copy of Joe Hyams’ book Zen
in the Martial Arts, which talks
about how those who show patience with life’s small frustrations will eventually conquer its
greatest challenges.
Clarke read it and felt it
identified his greatest problem
— he could not conquer haste
and was snatching at the outcome he wanted rather than
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but let’s keep calm and show a little patience
as long-term Test players and after
what’s happened in the past 12 months,
we have the opportunity to put eight
valuable games into them that, otherwise, they might not have got.
It’s hard to see now, but that is the
silver lining.
Blokes were shattered in Melbourne
and it’s hard to watch knowing how
much work they put in and how much it
means to them. They so desperately
want to do well and it can be a suffocating feeling. Even in Abu Dhabi against
Pakistan when we got knocked over you
think, ‘geez, it’s the end of the world’.
But when you put it in perspective
you realise this is where we’re at.
This is where we’re going, and these
are the guys who we need to get
experience into.
We just need to keep trying to create
an environment where players can get
better and we stick together.
All that matters to our team is what
happens within our four walls.
Maybe in two years’ time, Travis
Head and Marcus Harris are your Matt
Haydens and Justin Langers, all because of the experience they’ve gained
Steve Smith and David Warner.
these past nine months.
AUSTRALIA are resigned to
the possibility they may face
reverse swing but not be able
to bowl it themselves.
One of the lingering fallouts from the ball-tampering
scandal is how it might have
affected Australia’s everyday
maintenance of the old ball in
Test cricket.
Although it wasn’t likely to
be the topic of conversation,
coach Justin Langer and selector Greg Chappell were going
around in circles as they walked laps of the SCG yesterday.
Australia are anxiously
mulling over their XI for a door-die final Test they must win
to ensure they don’t go down
as the first side to ever lose to
India at home.
Aaron Finch came to training yesterday but didn’t bat in
another sign his position at the
top of the order is in danger.
The other under-threat
player, Mitchell Marsh, opted
to rest from training along
with the fast-bowling attack
because of the tight turnaround between two Tests.
On the surface it would
seem Marsh and rookie parttime leg-spinner Marnus Labuschagne may feature as part
of a six-pronged bowling attack — with Finch dropped —
in a bid to take the 20 wickets
they need on a potentially flat
and turning pitch.
But there was no certainty
Langer and Chappell had
come to any sort of final decision by the time they ended
their stroll.
The Australian bowlers
certain of selection mulled
over how they could break an
Indian batting line-up that
was so impenetrable India declared twice in Melbourne —
without reverse swing.
Despite the fact there’s a
generally accepted style of
“work” that international
teams put into making the ball
go reverse after 40 overs, the
stain left by Cape Town has
put Australia’s players in a
succeed
Going cold on idea of picking Ashwin
happen. Langer himself knew
the perils of haste.
In his book Seeing the Sunrise, Langer spoke how, early in
his career, he asked Allan Border about how he could get a
shoe sponsorship so he could
get his favourite shoes for free.
In his typically direct fashion, Border said don’t worry
about the shoes. Worry about
scoring runs. If that happens,
you’ll get more free shoes than
you could ever imagine.
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practising yoga.
SPIN star Ravi Ashwin’s desperate bid to play in the fourth
Test was left on ice yesterday.
The Indian master, once
described by Steve Waugh as
“the Bradman of bowlers”, arrived at the SCG for a lastditch fitness test to prove he
had overcome a left abdominal
strain that’s kept him out since
the first Test of the series.
Ashwin bowled in the in-
door nets as the Australians
trained outdoors. No other
Indian players practised two
days out from the finale.
It’s understood arguably the
best spinner in world cricket is
recovering well, but the sight
of him leaving the SCG with
his left side bound by a hefty
ice pack strapped across his
body didn’t bode well.
Last year when India had a
rare shot at beating England in
the UK, as they do of creating
history in Sydney this week,
Ashwin played the pivotal
fourth Test in Southampton at
80 per cent fitness and broke
down midway through.
It cruelled India’s chances
and England took an unassailable 3-1 lead into the last Test.
Virat Kohli’s charges only
need a draw in Sydney to head
home 2-1 victors as the first Indian side to win a series in Australia. For that reason, Ashwin
is expected to be left out.
Australia’s Pat Cummins.
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position where they cannot
afford any scrutiny on what
they are doing with the ball.
Statistics during the Melbourne Test showed how
much more effective Steve
Smith’s Australian team was
last summer reversing the ball,
as opposed to what Tim
Paine’s team has been able to
do against India.
The Indian side hasn’t got
the ball to reverse a significant
amount either, but there is a
difference and a reason for it.
Until the International
Cricket Council shows that it’s
willing to be strict on borderline — but generally accepted
— practices for aiding reverse
swing, like throwing the ball
into the square from the
boundary fence, Australia may
remain prisoners of the past.
The entire landscape has
changed and Australia’s bid to
take 20 wickets at the moment
is likely to focus more on trying to find conventional swing.
Quite simply, other teams
may find they can get away
with more than Australia without having a microscope put
on their every move.
Pace-bowling leader Pat
Cummins said he didn’t believe reverse swing was as big a
factor 12 months ago during
the Ashes as it’s been made out
to be, and therefore Australia’s
inability to get it this summer
hasn’t been noticeable.
“Sometimes you get a ball
that goes, sometimes it
doesn’t,’’ Cummins said.
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PETER LALOR
JUSTIN Langer’s claim that selectors
are struggling because the batsmen
knocking on the door of the Test
team are averaging in the 30s has
irritated a lot of people in state cricket
and sparked the odd conspiracy
theory.
Marnus Labuschagne was added
to the Australian squad at the end of
the MCG Test without any official
explanation from selectors.
They like the cut of his jib apparently and had made that clear when
he leapfrogged Matthew Renshaw to
debut in Dubai.
The decision to bring back the
Queenslander, who played two Tests
in the UAE, has been met with some
criticism, but you can mount a case
Greg Chappell and Justin Langer.
for his selection. He had a great
2017-18 Sheffield Shield season, started badly this year but has improved in
recent innings.
Labuschagne also brings enthusiasm and other skills. He had two
wicket and a run-out before he had a
run in Test cricket. The South African-born 24-year-old is a hunch bet
much like Steve Waugh was when he
came into Test cricket.
Labuschagne’s first-class average
is 33.17, but he’s better than that. His
Sheffield Shield average in 2018-19 is
28.2, but it’s on the rise after a difficult
post-UAE re-entry. His last season
for the Bulls was impressive: 795 runs
at an average of 39.75 with a pair of
centuries and a quartet of 50s. Only
Renshaw scored more runs.
The line from Langer that has
caused angst this week was when he
said “most of our batters who are
knocking on the door are averaging in
the 30s”.
Really? That makes you wonder
about the likes of Matthew Wade, Joe
Burns, Tom Cooper, Jake Lehmann,
Kyle Patterson and Dan Hughes.
One veteran state cricketer asked
if the former West Australian coach
was aware of Wade and Burns’s
numbers and pondered if something
else was at play.
It’s a fair point, as their statistics
are good and they are not averaging
in the 30s.
Wade, who played for Australia as
a wicketkeeper before Tim Paine
came back in last summer, is one of
the best batsmen in first-class cricket
over a fair period. He was there and
there abouts last year with 654 runs at
43.6, which was hardly enough to
kick down the door of a team that has
just won the Ashes, but these are
different times.
This season, Wade is lapping the
competition. He has made 571 runs at
an average of 63, he has been past 50
on six occasions. Yes, he bats down
the order, but runs are runs are runs
and nobody is asking him to open.
And Burns? Well, he was good
enough to be called in to open in the
fourth Test of the South African series. This year he has 472 runs at 47.2.
He’s an opener. You’d think there
might be a vacancy there, even if it is
to give Aaron Finch a chance to bat
where he is most suited.
In the absence of any other information, people are speculating that
Wade and Burns are, perhaps, “not
the blokes the selectors want”.
Wade is an old-school Australian
cricketer, he’s not out there to make
friends with opponents. But you
could be sure if he was told he could
play for Australia on the condition he
hand out roses to the other side,
he’d comply.
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LABUSCHAGNE BACK
WITH CONFIDENCE
TRAVIS MEYN
RECALLED Test allrounder
Marnus Labuschagne insists
his confidence hasn’t been
dented after being dropped
and he can help Australia
salvage a series draw against
India.
Labuschagne will make
his return to the Test arena
at the SCG tomorrow when
Australia face India in the
fourth and final match of the
Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
The visitors hold a 2-1 lead
heading into the last Test
after beating Australia by 137
runs in the Boxing Day
encounter at the MCG.
The loss has prompted selectors to thrust the Queenslander into the team, with his
handy leg spin valuable on a
spinning SCG wicket.
Labuschagne, 24, made his
Test debut against Pakistan in
the UAE in October, but was
dropped after two matches
and not even included in the
original squad to face India.
His axing was not surpris-
ing given his top score in four
innings was 43 and he only
registered two fifties for the
Bulls in the first five matches
of the Sheffield Shield.
Despite being given the
chop so soon after earning his
Test debut, Labuschagne insists he will pull on the baggy
green again with confidence.
“I was in a good space
(after being dropped),” he
said. “It’s never great to be
dropped but it’s part of professional sport. You need to be
able to come back from that.
“I made sure I was really
positive with my body language and how I was going
playing for Queensland and
really enjoying that.
“I was trying to get wins
on the board for Queensland
with bat and ball and
contribute where I could.”
In the two Tests against
Pakistan, the South Africaborn Labuschagne’s scores
improved with every innings
and he took seven wickets at
22.42. He was dismissed for a
duck in his first dig then
notched 13, 25 and 43 against
Pakistan.
“I probably lacked a little
bit of experience, really, in
those big-pressure situations,” he said.
Labuschagne has been
soaking up advice from Brisbane Heat coach Dan Vettori, New Zealand’s greatest
spinner, and believes he can
be regarded as a genuine allrounder.
“It depends who you ask
— if you ask me, yeah, I have
(called myself an all-round-
er),” Labuschagne said. “It’s
definitely something I’ve
added to my game the last
few years. It’s been something I’ve been working on
for this whole year.
“(Bowling) is an area I
want to improve on, but at
the end of the day my main
skill is batting and I need to
put runs on the board.”
Labuschagne has had
some success bowling at the
SCG, taking three wickets
against NSW in a Sheffield
Shield match last season.
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PAUL MALONE
AN unconvincing Rafael
Nadal stopped short yesterday
of guaranteeing to play his
first-round match tomorrow at
the Brisbane International.
Nadal had a second, longer
practice session at the Queensland Tennis Centre yesterday
in which he tested how his
body had recovered from an
exhibition match in Abu Dhabi
last Saturday.
The world No.2 has not
played an ATP Tour match
since he withdrew from a US
Open clash in early September
with knee and ankle troubles.
He eventually had surgery on
the ankle.
A start tomorrow for Nadal
would mean playing four
matches in four days if he
reached the Brisbane International final, something at odds
with his reluctance to play two
in two days. Nadal said he was
focused on “remaining two
days’’ on court consecutively.
“My goal is to be on court
on Thursday and on court with
a positive feeling,’’ Nadal said
in reference to playing the
winner of the Jo-Wilfried
Tsonga versus Thanasi Kokkinakis match today.
“It’s difficult for me to think
about that (playing four
matches in as many days) now.
“I want to fight for the things
that motivate me. I want to stay
healthy and play as long as
possible. My goal is to be happy
on court.
“If I thought I would not
play here, it would be difficult
to be in front of you today.”
The 32-year-old’s priority
this month is to be as pain-free
and fit as he can for the Australian Open, which starts on
Monday week.
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PAUL MALONE
SPIDER-MAN Nick Kyrgios turned
in a superhero’s serving performance to escape with a Brisbane International first-round win yesterday.
Defending champion Kyrgios relied on a fusillade of 44 aces to beat
American Ryan Harrison 7-6 (7-5),
5-7, 7-6 (7-5) in a rematch of their
2018 Brisbane International final.
But the Australian No.2 said the
media attention around his two days
in a Canberra hospital to be treated
with antibiotics for a spider’s bite
disproved the theory that there is
less attention on him due to the rise
of countryman Alex de Minaur.
Harrison’s game style, with few
long rallies, suited Kyrgios.
The mercurial Australian said he
had not served more aces in a threeset match before and admitted he
had “needed every single one of
them’’ to reach a second-round
match against France’s Jeremy
Chardy.
“I know my serve is the shot that
usually gets me through tough
matches,’’ eighth seed Kyrgios said.
“I was very rusty from the back
of the court. I didn’t hit too much
over the off-season.
“Everything was pretty poor,
except my serve. I was happy to get
through, but I have to improve.’’
It was Kyrgios’s first match since
his latest contentious media
conference in which he said on Saturday that he had been “sick’’ of
tennis last year and did not practice
on court during the pre-season, instead devoting his time to gym work
and basketball.
Kyrgios said he did not feel
de Minaur’s rousing teenage
adventures and the US Open
achievements of John Millman had
lessened the scrutiny on him.
“I had 13 cameras on me (at practice at the Queensland Tennis
Centre on Saturday),’’ he said.
“I had a spider bite, that seemed
to be the biggest story over the
Aussie summer. So let’s don’t act as if
attention is not on me.’’
Kyrgios confessed that five days
ago he had been concerned that
the spider bite on the top of his left
foot would prevent him playing in
Brisbane.
“I couldn’t fit (my foot) into my
shoe. It’s definitely getting a lot
better,’’ he said.
Kyrgios had been unable to convert three match points at 5-4 in the
second set, but Harrison, who served
27 aces himself, sent down big first
serves on each point.
Millman will play world No.19
Grigor Dimitrov at a second
consecutive Brisbane International, having lost from match point up
last summer in the corresponding
round.
“Grigor had maybe a mixed year
for his high standards (in 2018) … still
pretty good year in my books, but
I’m sure he’s looking to kick things
off,’’ Millman said.
“He’s won here before in
Brisbane.
“When he’s on, his game can be
really hard to maintain because he’s
got such a great skill set.
“You want to test yourself against
who I see as some of the best players
in the world, and what better place to
do it than here in Brissy?’’
“I grew up just down the road
(Carina) and some of my biggest
supporters are here.’’
Daria’s failure to ‘execute’ proves costly
Rafa again in Nick’s sights
RIKKI-LEE ARNOLD
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DARIA Gavrilova has made no
excuses for her first-round loss
to world No.11 Anastasjia Sevastova at the Brisbane International, despite revealing she
carried a shoulder niggle into
the tournament.
The Australian favourite was
bundled out of the tournament in
straight sets yesterday, losing 6-3
6-3 to the Latvian eighth seed.
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drew from her doubles campaign with Czech star Karolina
Pliskova, citing a right shoulder
complaint.
However, she refused to
blame the “niggle” for her loss to
Sevastova, saying she opted out
of the doubles match in a bid to
manage her workload ahead of
next week’s Sydney International and then the Australian Open.
Gavrilova, 24, said the loss
came as a result of a mental
problem more than a physical
one, claiming she struggled to
adapt for her first match of the
season.
“I’ve had a bit of a shoulder
niggle but that’s not what affected the match,” Gavrilova said.
“I just didn’t execute.”
Gavrilova said she would
“definitely” take to the court in
Sydney next week.
World No.46 Ajla Tomljanovic advanced to the second
round with a 1-6 6-3 6-0 win
over Katerina Siniakova.
Daria Gavrilova.
NICK Kyrgios will reignite his rivalry with world No.2 Rafael
Nadal when the Fast4 Showdown
returns to Sydney on Monday.
Kyrgios and Nadal battled
out the most memorable Fast4
match in 2017. Played in front of
a sold-out crowd of 8000, Kyrgios charged to a four-set win.
The Canberra-born righthander will be hoping for similar
success when he takes on the 17-
time grand slam champion in the
headline singles match at Qudos
Bank Arena.
Kyrgios will team up with
Canada’s world No.18 Milos Raonic to take on Nadal and former
world No.3 Grigor Dimitrov in a
doubles match. Raonic faces
Dimitrov in the second singles
match.
FAST4 running order:
Match 1: Rafael Nadal v Nick Kyrgios; Match 2:
Grigor Dimitrov v Milos Raonic; Match 3:
Nadal/Dimitrov v Kyrgios/Raonic
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