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has been placed back into
detention after it was discovered he was actually an
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the spelling of his name allowed him to live on mainland Australia, including in
Sydney and Melbourne, for
one year before he was
taken back into custody.
In a further rebuke for
our intelligence agency
ASIO, the man is now successfully fighting his jailing
and planned deportation
through the courts on the
grounds only eight of the
nine aliases he used were
formally put to him. The
Daily Telegraph understands the man, codenamed
BSX15, is in a NSW jail as
his lawyers continue to seek
his release through the
Federal Court requesting
his security threat assessment be quashed.
The court further ordered all his legal appeal
costs be picked up by the
Australian taxpayer.
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SYDNEY’S housing market
has taken a battering, with
prices plummeting to levels
last recorded more than two
years ago.
The median value of a
Sydney home dropped 1.8 per
cent over December to hit
$808,494 — the same level it
was in August 2016.
It was one of the biggest
monthly falls on record and
meant the total drop for 2018
was 8.9 per cent.
The last time home values
fell this sharply in a single
year was the 12 months to
January 1983, when Australia
was in the grip of a crippling
economic slump.
CoreLogic data revealed
prices fell by varying margins
across Sydney over 2018. The
extent of the falls was largely
dictated by the level of new
housing construction, with
building hotspot Ryde recording the biggest regional
price drop at 13.3 per cent.
Prices fell by about 11 per
cent in the CanterburyBankstown area, Parramatta
and The Hills — all areas
heavily supplied with new
apartment blocks.
Blacktown prices dropped
9.1 per cent, while in Sydney’s
inner south, including the
heavy construction zone
around the airport, the drop
was 9.3 per cent. The inner
west and east dropped by an
average of 8.3 per cent to
8.8 per cent. Falls were lower
in Sydney’s cheapest markets,
including the outer west and
Blue Mountains, at 7 per cent.
CoreLogic senior analyst
Cameron Kusher said areas
with more construction tended to have have bigger drops
because house-hunters had
more choice and less competition as the pool of potential
buyers able to get a mortgage
from banks was shrinking.
“Not many people can buy
so serious sellers are finding
they have to keep cutting
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their prices,” he said. “Buyers
can see there is a downturn,
so there is no impetus to jump
into the market … there could
be a feeling that if they wait
prices will be even lower.”
Property analyst Tim
Lawless said the restrictive
lending environment was
having an impact on the
entire Australian housing
market.
“Most
regions
around the country have reacted to tighter credit conditions by recording weaker
housing market results,” Mr
Lawless said.
Some buyers have capitalised by negotiating considerable bargains. A onebedroom unit in Devlin St,
Ryde was recently snapped
up for $565,000 — $115,000
below the 2014 price.
Real Estate Institute of
NSW president Leanne Pilkington said the start of 2019
would offer great opportunities for buyers, especially upsizers who might get less
selling their home but find
“the gap to purchase a larger
home in the current climate
may well be smaller”.
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Central Coast -4.8%
Northern Beaches -6%
-13.3% Outer west -7%
CBD and inner south -7.3%
Southwest (Liverpool) -9.3% Outer southwest -7.8%
Parramatta -10.7%
North Shore -8.1%
The Hills -10.8%
Eastern suburbs -8.3%
Sutherland -10.9%
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HENRY LYNCH
FOG delays on one of Sydney
Airport’s busiest days of the
year left queues of frustrated
passengers spilling out of the
terminal yesterday.
Passengers were forced to
line up along the footpath
after the domestic terminal
reached capacity by 7am.
January 2 is notoriously
one of the busiest days at
Sydney Airport, with tens of
thousands of Sydneysiders
jetting off on holiday after
their Christmas and New
Year celebrations.
But flights to Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane and the
Sunshine Coast were either
delayed or cancelled yester-
Airport crowds yesterday.
day morning because of the
low-lying fog.
Combined with the bumper crowds, it left thousands of
angry passengers crammed
both inside and outside the
terminal. Some travellers re-
portedly queued for more
than 90 minutes.
Photos posted online show
an exhausted passenger lying
on the floor at a Virgin Australia boarding gate.
“There were a number of
delays this morning lasting
around 30 minutes due to
fog,” a Sydney Airport
spokesman said yesterday.
One traveller reported that
staff were copping the anger
of fed-up flyers: “There was a
PA announcement along the
lines of ‘Please do not berate
our staff while we work
through this difficult time’.”
Eventually the crowds
began to thin out as passengers were gradually placed on
substitute flights.
THE grief-stricken father of a
two-year-old killed in a freak
accident on the family farm
says he wants to remember his
affectionate boy for his
“cheeky smile”.
Darcy Membrey, who got
his first bike for Christmas, was
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next to him as he disconnected
a fertiliser spreader, it fell, “and
then he disappeared” at the
family’s dairy farm in Naringal,
in regional Victoria.
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Body found
in city unit
A MAN was found dead in a
Surry Hills unit yesterday, with
police last night appealing for
anyone with information
about his last movements.
Officers were called to the
Clisdell St unit after concerns
were raised about the 52-yearold man’s welfare. He was
found dead inside and a crime
scene was established.
Detectives are investigating
the circumstances leading up
to the man’s death, and asked
for anyone who might know
something to contact police.
Officers are particularly trying to piece together his final
movements from about 3pm
on Tuesday.
MUSCLE HUSTLE
Investors penniless as gym
boss runs to new business
A red-faced
spider dad
A SPIDER sparked a fullblown police response after
horrified neighbours reported
hearing a toddler screaming
and a man shouting death
threats in a nearby house.
With the man heard to be
repeatedly shouting “Why
don’t you die?”, a large number
of officers rushed to the home,
sirens blaring.
But minutes later police
were relieved to discover no
one had been injured — except
an unlucky home-invading
spider — in Wanneroo, north
of Perth. The red-faced dad
said he had a real fear of spiders
and apologised to police.
Age carer in
assault case
A CARER has been charged
over several alleged assaults of
residents at an aged-care facility in the Lake Illawarra region.
Police will allege the carer
assaulted five residents —
three women and two men
aged between 74 and 87 — at
the facility on Arcadia St,
Warilla, between October and
December 2018.
Detectives arrested a 48year-old woman at a home in
Mount Warrigal just before
10am yesterday. She was
charged with five counts of
assault. The woman was bailed
to face Port Kembla Local
Court next month.
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home yesterday
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EXCLUSIVE
MATTHEW BENNS
DETECTIVES are investigating allegations of fraud after
the founder of a company behind a “luxury, holistic fitness
studio” announced plans to
reopen just three weeks after
shutting up shop and leaving
investors hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt.
Scott Capelin has written
to former members of the
Embody “fitness and wellness studio” on Military Rd,
Neutral Bay, to tell them another company is reopening
the business on Monday and
is looking for new investors.
“That’s
unbelievable,”
said sacked trainer Gareth
Martin, 25, who invested and
lost $25,000. “It’s the same
building and the same name.
Most members feel it is an
insult to their intelligence.”
The move by convertible
BMW-driving Mr Capelin,
42, has outraged the studio’s
well-heeled North Shore
members, who are preparing
to protest outside the gym
when it reopens its doors.
They have set up a protest
group called Dis-embodied
and are taking classes with
the trainers Capelin sacked
in parks rather than go back
to the luxury studio.
One member posted an
email she had sent to Mr
Capelin saying: “I am bitterly
disappointed with the way
things have transpired … I
imagine you will find most
members will feel the same
way as I do.”
Mr Capelin, who poses
bare-chested and grinning
on social media, says on Instagram his passions are
“business, health, helping
others”. But the affairs of his
company are being referred
to the Australian Securities
and Investments Commission after investors claimed
the only person he helped
was himself.
The Daily Telegraph has
seen paperwork showing Mr
Capelin using money from
the studio to fund his Embody Empire International
company, which has plans to
build a studio in Amsterdam.
A NSW Police spokesman confirmed that “detectives from the North Shore
Police area command are investigating the allegations.”
Liquidator Guy Baxendale said: “We will be referring this to ASIC. It has a
new phoenixing department
and we will be asking them
to look into this.”
Mr Capelin attracted a
string of investors to his studio, and four of his instructors were among those who
pumped in money.
Personal trainer Tim
Heasman, 28, said he had
looked up to Mr Capelin as a
“mentor I really trusted”.
When Mr Heasman’s father
died, Mr Capelin invited him
to invest his $150,000 inheritance into the company.
Mr Heasman and partner
Ellie Wilbraham are getting
married on Saturday with a
financial cloud hanging over
them after Mr Capelin vol-
untarily liquidated the company. All instructors at
Embody were called into one
of the studios on December
12 by Mr Capelin and handed
their termination notices.
Mr Capelin told the liquidator the company had almost $4 million in debts,
including over $400,000
owed to himself. Another
company called Nilepac,
Capelin’s name spelled backwards, was owed $1.4 million.
As the liquidator, Mr Baxendale worked to try to salvage the company but he
was told that it was being
evicted from the premises,
even though it had paid the
rent, by the holding company — Nilepac. Mr Capelin
did not respond to requests
for comment.
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Drowning
prompts
warning
ASHLEIGH GLEESON
LIFESAVERS have urged
beachgoers to swim between
the flags and take care in the
surf after three people
drowned on New Year’s Day.
Telecommunications worker Peter Lim, 38, was pulled
from the sea at Clovelly just
before 2pm on Tuesday and an
off-duty doctor tried to revive
him before paramedics arrived.
Bystanders thought Mr Lim
(below) was snorkelling face
down and it was
only after he
began hitting up
against
rocks
that they realised he might
be in trouble.
Ambulances
arrived within
eight minutes of
the triple-0 call but Mr Lim
could not be saved.
It is not known how long he
was in the water.
His nephew Jin yesterday
said his uncle had lived in Australia for 13 years after arriving
from South Korea, was involved in his local church and
cared about helping others.
Friend Mijung said Mr Lim
was a kind and caring person.
“I’m shocked, it’s just so
difficult for me, it’s really
shocking,” she said.
Lifesavers have issued a
warning to all Australians to
take care after Mr Lim and two
others drowned in three states
on the first day of 2019.
In the month up to and including January 1, 48 drownings
were
reported
in
Australia, up from 31 in the
same period a year ago, Royal
Life Saving Australia said.
Cyclist hurt
in car crash
A CYCLIST was in a critical
condition after being hit by a
car while riding in Ku-ring-gai
Chase National Park.
The crash occurred about
11am yesterday west of Bobbin
Head on Ku-ring-gai Chase Rd
— one of the area’s most popular training roads for cyclists.
The middle-aged male
rider, hit head-on, landed on
the bonnet of the station
wagon, being driven by an 18year-old man.
The cyclist sustained critical
head injuries and suspected
upper limb fractures and was
taken to Royal North Shore
Hospital in a critical but stable
condition. The driver underwent mandatory testing.
THURSDAY JANUARY 3 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
How a low-level Campbelltown crook ruled
RISE & FALL
OF MR BIG
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MARK MORRI
DRUG kingpin Darren Rispen loved three things: fast
cars, beautiful women — and
not working for a living.
Unlike many Sydney
underworld figures, Rispen
did not have a long criminal
record and was virtually unknown to the authorities.
Last month Rispen was jailed for a maximum of 15 years
after pleading guilty to five
counts of supplying a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug and one count of
cultivating a commercial
quantity of a prohibited plant.
But when police began
looking into the drug scene in
Sydney’s southwest in 2013,
the major target was a wellknown Middle Eastern crook
with bikie connections named
Yousseff Sammak.
“We thought Rispen was
just a runner or minor player
— no one had heard of him,”
Detective
Superintendent
Jason Weinstein, who spent
years chasing him, told The
Daily Telegraph. “But we
soon established he was the
syndicate head of an organisation which was a lot bigger
than first suspected.”
Supt Weinstein was the officer in charge of the initial
drug operation that revealed
Rispen had, in just a couple of
years, gone from an unknown
petty crook to the head of an
international drug cartel deal-
Chloe’s wedding day.” The
singer’s Facebook page called
out the story as fake while her
social media manager Randy
Slovacek said yesterday: “We
have stated over and over again
publicly she’s feeling better.
People just seem to want to
believe some dramatic turn.”
Newton-John, who turned
70 in September, is battling
cancer for a third time.
the Gold Coast with his stripper girlfriend Leanne Morgan. She played no part in his
criminal enterprise.
Using false names, he
leased cars and warehouses,
which he used to grow or store
drugs, after paying alcoholics
and junkies $1000 for their
Medicare and drivers’ licences
to create his new identities.
In June 2014, after one of
his runners was arrested and
texted Rispen, he immediately booked a flight to Bali
along with Morgan. “We believe he used that trip to see if
his passport was red-flagged
and, when nothing happened,
he returned a few days later
and amped up his operations,’’
Supt Weinstein said.
But by July of the same
year police had enough to arrest him on local drug-supplying charges and he was
granted $200,000 bail.
Just two months later
police had compiled an even
more extensive brief and laid
another 26 charges relating to
gun and drug running.
But again the poker player’s luck seemed to be holding
and he was granted bail —
this time for the much larger
amount of $550,000.
Rispen could feel the walls
closing in and fled, failing to
appear in court in December
2014. Supt Weinstein said over
the next two years there were
sightings of the drug chief all
over Australia but they ult-
Manuka honey not so sweet in heat
OLIVIA’S OK DESPITE CLAIMS
SINGER Olivia NewtonJohn’s management has denied tacky online rumours
claiming she has weeks to live.
In reports picked up by several Australian sites yesterday,
US gossip site Radar Online
claimed that a source had said:
“Olivia’s bodily functions appear to be shutting down but
she refuses to let go until she
makes it through (daughter)
ing in millions of dollars. “The
intel reports on him did not
match the size and scope of the
criminality he was involved
with,’’ the detective said.
At first Rispen was only
growing a bit of marijuana and
was involved in low-level distribution of ice and cocaine in
Sydney’s west, particularly his
hometown of Campbelltown.
But by the time police unravelled his operation, the redheaded electrical technician
was living in a $1500-a-week
city apartment, and leasing
luxury BMWs and MercedesBenzs to get around.
He also regularly dined at
The Star casino, where he
often played in poker tournaments, and regularly flew to
ROSIE TAYLOR
Newton-John.
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EXPENSIVE manuka honey may
have lost its healing powers before
customers get it home, a scientist
has warned.
The honey is sought after for
antibacterial properties that come
from its naturally occurring bugfighting chemical — but this can
be destroyed by exposure to heat
such as during shipping or even
sitting in shop windows.
Waikato University chemist
Professor Merilyn Manley-Harris
warned that some manuka honey
may be wrongly labelled as stronger than it really is because it has
been damaged by heat.
Jars of manuka honey — made
from the nectar of manuka bush
— are tested before leaving New
Zealand and rated by how much
methylglyoxal they have. But Prof
Manley-Harris said heat can
speed up the rate at which the
chemical is naturally diminished.
“If you’re buying honey that
has been shipped, buy one which
has also been tested when it
arrives,” she warned. “Don’t buy
the jar sitting in the window. Get
one that’s been sitting in the cool.”
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the underworld as drug kingpin
Darren Rispen is arrested
in 2017 in Nelson Bay
after 2½ years on the run.
Cops fear
criminals
fly under
the radar
MARK MORRI
CRIME EDITOR
AUTHORITIES believe criminal
syndicates have been using “black
flights” — small planes flying
under the radar and landing at remote airstrips to avoid customs
authorities — to traffic drugs and
guns into Australia.
The Daily Telegraph can today
reveal that federal authorities
launched a major investigation
into the practice after the discovery of an international syndicate that used hot-rodded planes
to ship illicit goods to bikie gangs.
The extend of the operation has
been kept secret for five years, but
can finally be exposed after the
syndicate’s kingpin Darren Rispen
was sentenced in the NSW District
Court to 15 years in prison.
Rispen’s operation was uncovered when NSW Police in June
2014 seized a plane at Albion Park
south of Sydney after a two-year
operation involving US Homeland
Security into the supply of drugs
and guns to the Rebels bikie gang.
The plane’s seats had been
ripped out, the interior panelling
removed and a specialised fuel
bladder installed so it could make
long haul flights. Police seized
wads of cash, and tests later indicated a large amount of methamphetamine had been on board.
Phone taps indicated Desert Eagle
pistols were also part of the cargo,
which was never found.
Investigators established the
plane was bought in the US and
landed in six mainland states
before hopping from Hawaii to
Marshall Islands, Guam and
the Philippines before arriving in
Australia. It is understood to have
crisscrossed Australia, landing at
small strips including Coffs Harbour before then arriving at Albion Park.
Then-commissioner of the Australian Border Force Roman
imately led to nothing.
“There was a strong belief
that he had gone overseas
but we started to get information that he had stayed
local,’’ he said.
Then, in July 2017, after
nearly 2½ years on the run,
Rispen was caught in Nelson Bay.
He had tried to blend in —
adopting an assumed name,
growing a beard and meeting
an unsuspecting local who became his girlfriend. She had
no idea he was among Australia’s most wanted.
“(The woman was) ‘absolutely gobsmacked to say the
least when it all came out’,”
Judge Hatzistergos said at
Rispen’s sentencing hearing.
BUN IN THE OVEN
CELEBRITY chef Gordon Ramsay and
wife Tana have announced they are
expecting their fifth child.
The couple revealed an Instagram
video in which each of their children —
Megan, 21, twins Jack and Holly, 19, and
Matilda, 17 — says “Happy New Year”
before Tana, 44, offers her greeting and
the camera pans down to reveal she has a
large baby bump. The 52-year-old chef
can be heard off-camera saying: “And
guess what? Happy new year because …” Gordon Ramsay.
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Quaedvlieg confirmed yesterday
he ordered an investigation into
the use of small planes by crime
gangs to avoid authorities after the
seizure of the plane.
“Black flights have been a concern for some decades,’’ Mr
Quaedvlieg told the Telegraph.
“Black flights into unmanned
airstrips present as a weaker point
in our border security settings and
are being targeted by organised
crime syndicates.’’
The outcome of the operation
Mr Quaedvlieg order is unknown.
He stood down from the border
force in May 2017. A spokesman
for Home Affairs Minister Peter
Dutton said yesterday he had no
immediate comment.
Detective Superintendent Peter
McErlain, who oversaw the investigation, said black flights were a
huge concern.
“We have no hard evidence but
there is intelligence that suggests
planes are coming into the country
by literally turning off their responders and flying under the
radar,” he said.
Last year, federal police and the
US DEA foiled an almost identical
bid to bring in 250kgs of ice worth
$255m into Australia for the Hells
Angels in stripped six-seater plane.
US authorities seized it in California and arrested three people, including a Sydney man and a 73year-old Melbourne pilot.
Rispen pleaded guilty to five
counts of supplying a large commercial quantity of a prohibited
drug and cultivating a prohibited
plant. Court documents revealed
his syndicate used multiple international banks and Sydney accountants to launder cash. More
than 17 people were charged.
“This was a sophisticated drug
operation which supplied drugs
and guns throughout Sydney, but
particularly to the Rebels bikie
gang in southwest Sydney,’’ Supt
McErlain said.
Alerts as child takes measles cases to three
ASHLEIGH GLEESON
A CHILD has become the
third person diagnosed with
measles in less than a week,
with health authorities warning of further cases because
infected people have gone to
“busy public places”.
A child had been taken to
Royal North Shore Hospital
emergency department with
the contagious illness, NSW
Health confirmed.
NSW Health had earlier
issued exposure risk alerts
after an ACT woman now with
measles visited the Central
Coast and Sydney’s northern
suburbs between December 26
and 30 while infectious. She
visited McDonald’s Thorn-
leigh, Jasmine Greens cafe at
Umina Beach, Deepwater
Plaza in Woy Woy and Umina
Beach shops.
On Saturday a young man,
recently returned from Thailand, was also found to have
measles after visiting a range
of places in Bondi, Roseberry
Chippendale and the CBD.
“NSW Health is expecting
further measles cases could
arise as both (patients had)
been in busy public places prior
to being diagnosed,” NSW
Health said.
Symptoms usually began 10
days after exposure but could
start up to 18 days afterwards.
Symptoms include fever, sore
eyes and a cough, followed days
later by a red, blotchy rash.
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Opal history is tall tale
EXCLUSIVE
ANNABEL HENNESSY &
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
DEVELOPERS were allowed
to build Opal Tower 27m
above the height limit at
Olympic Park because of its
“design excellence”.
It can be revealed rival
Meriton, owned by famed
developer Harry Triguboff,
complained to NSW Planning
about Opal Tower breaching
height limits when the building
was approved in 2015.
In a submission made by
Meriton in 2015 and obtained
by The Daily Telegraph, the
developer complained the
Sydney Olympic Park Authority (SOPA) had previously said
it would not support variations
to height limits in the area.
“The proposed 37-storey
development is far in excess of
the 20-30 storey provision in
the SOPA Masterplan 2030,”
the submission states.
While NSW Planning originally had a 90m height restriction on the site, it allowed
developer Ecove to build the
Opal Tower to 117.1m.
In the approval, Planning
said it supported the increased
height as the development exhibited “design excellence”.
About 300 residents were
evacuated on Christmas Eve
after a concrete panel on the
10th floor cracked.
The building was approved
in 2015 by Planning NSW
rather than council because it
was classified as a state significant development.
A planning spokesman said
the decision was “based on a
rigorous process of merit
assessment, consultation, and
good urban design principles”.
“Any comment around
height and the integrity of the
building is misleading the
community. There is no connection between the structural
integrity of the building and
the height of it,” he said.
Opposition planning spokeswoman Tania Mihailuk said the
government’s investigation into
the tower needed to also look at
the planning approvals process.
“Given we have seen a
plethora of developments
approved under this government’s watch, the public needs
to know that the approvals
process for this particular
development were followed
properly,” Ms Mihailuk said.
A spokesman for Planning
Minister Anthony Robers
accused Labor of running a
“scaremongering campaign”.
Meanwhile, builder Icon’s
reimbursement scheme has
been complicated by bogus expense claims.
People who don’t live in the
building have made fraudulent
expense claims, with a source
revealing a number of people
not tied to the building needed
to be “weeded out”. In one
instance, a family of four grew
suspiciously larger to 10.
Icon is reimbursing $220 a
night for a one-bedroom apartment and $500 a night for a
four-bedroom. They are also
entitled to $100 per day for
lunch and dinner per person.
The first batch of reimbursements were paid on Monday.
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and Serena
Williams p
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for their selfie
and (inset) the
star-studded
result. Main
picture: Getty
SUPERSTARS’ INSTA-GRAND SLAM A SMASH HIT
TWO of tennis’ greatest players
faced off for the first time in their
careers and both were giddy with
excitement — and in awe.
Roger Federer claimed bragging
rights against Serena Williams
during the Hopman Cup tie, leading
Switzerland’s 4-2, 4-3 (3) to victory
over the US in a mixed doubles
decider in Perth.
“I was nervous returning
(Williams’) serve,” Federer said in
Perth. “People talk about her serve
so much and I see why. It is such a
wonderful serve because you just
can’t read it. It was great fun. You
see how determined and focused
she is, and I love that about her.”
Jovial Federer and Williams
celebrated the match with an
obligatory digital-age selfie, which
Federer shared with the caption:
“Oh what a night”.
“It was so fun,” Williams said.
“This is super cool that we get to
do it at such a pinnacle point of our
careers. I was so excited, and
literally it was the match of my
career. Just playing someone so
great, and someone you admire so
much, and in a match that actually
means something.”
Federer and Williams, both 37,
have won 43 Grand Slam singles
titles between them.
The much-hyped contest quickly
lived up to its billing, with Federer
almost running down Williams’
smash into the open court. The
superstar pair served strongly and
were unable to return any of each
other’s serves in the first set.
Federer’s sublime touch at the
net proved decisive as he moved
closer to a record third Hopman
Cup title.
Williams grabbed at her right
shoulder on several occasions late
in the second set but played down
any injury concern.
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Bungle
let ISIS
member
go free
EXCLUSIVE
CHARLES MIRANDA
AN Iraqi refugee who arrived
on Christmas Island six years
ago and was granted a visa to
stay in Australia after changing
two letters in his name is back
in detention after he was found
to be an Islamic State member.
In an astounding slip by
authorities, the change in the
spelling of his name allowed
him to live in Australia, including Sydney, for a year before
he was put back into custody.
But in a further rebuke for
intelligence agency ASIO, the
man is successfully fighting his
jailing and planned deportation in courts on the grounds
that only eight of the nine aliases he used were formally put
to him.
The Daily Telegraph understands the man, codenamed
BSX15, is in a NSW jail as his
lawyers continue to seek his
release through the Federal
Court, requesting his security
threat assessment be quashed.
He has already won the
right to appeal, with a judge
finding ASIO did not afford
him procedural fairness even
though he was deemed to be a
direct or indirect risk to national security.
The court further ordered
all his legal appeal costs be
picked up by taxpayers.
Home Affairs Minister
Peter Dutton declined to answer a list of questions from
The Daily Telegraph.
“We do not comment on individual cases, but the Minister
— where possible — would
seek to remove from Australia
any non-citizen who poses a
threat to Australia or the Australian people,” a spokesman
for Mr Dutton said yesterday.
In a brief to the minister,
ASIO said its officers had
“carefully considered this judgment” by the Federal Court
about its apparent procedural
failure ruling and would look
at its own practices.
BSX15 arrived on October
31, 2012.
Shortly after his arrival, he
was granted a bridging visa.
He claimed he was a Shia
Muslim of Kurdish descent
from Mandali on the border of
Iraq and Iran and his family
had been persecuted by dictator Saddam Hussein because
of their Shia beliefs.
A year later, in October
2013, he went to Melbourne’s
immigration offices to be interviewed, through a translator, at
the request of ASIO agents
who had suspicions about his
true background. Eleven hours
of interviews took place over
three formal sessions.
It was about this time he got
married, with a Sunni imam
officiating.
When questioned, he said
he was not religious and didn’t
care whether a Sunni or Shia
married him, had not visited a
mosque in Australia nor even
knew how to pray.
At the end of one of the
ASIO meetings, he was placed
into custody after his true
identity was revealed.
However, much of his classified “credible, significant and
adverse material … in sufficient
detail” was not put to BSX15 to
enable him to make a meaningful counter-submission.
Specifically, this included
that a list of nine aliases, from
two words to five words, he admitted he had used did not include the name or claim he was
believed to be an IS member.
The link between BSX15 and
the name of what classified intelligence identified as a known
IS member was not made earlier because of two missing letters — an extra ‘n’ and an ‘i’ —
when he filled out identity
paperwork.
Last July, the Federal Court
ruled that had ASIO asked
whether him whether he was
this man, a different outcome
may have been reached and,
on this basis, declared him the
right to appeal.
PRAKASH ‘NOT AUSSIE’
THE government is standing by its decision to strip Islamic State recruiter Neil
Prakash of Australian citizenship despite claims it has
left him stateless.
Prakash, on trial for terrorism charges in Turkey,
was notified at the weekend
that his citizenship had been
annulled because of his connections to IS. The govern-
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father was Fijian, but Fiji
said Prakash was not one of
its citizens. The government
cannot revoke an Australian’s citizenship if it will
leave a person stateless.
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and stood by it.
HENRY LYNCH
THIRSTY cricket fans will be both in the
pink and well hydrated at the SCG.
To mark the Pink Test, Sydney
brewer Four Pines is offering All Out
Pink draught beer — with 50 cents from
each one going to the McGrath
Foundation cancer charity. “If the
community we love is showing up in
pink, we’ll bring the pink beer,” Four
Pines CEO Matthew McInnes said.
The SCG and Sydney Water have also
teamed up to provide free water, with
fans encouraged to bring a bottle to fill
up and stay hydrated in the heat.
Mother is carjacked at knifepoint
HENRY LYNCH
A CARJACKER thumped on the
roof of a terrified Sydney mother’s
vehicle before demanding the keys
at knifepoint.
Suzana Bogdanovski, 52, yesterday told how she parked her car
in a Kogarah loading dock to pick
up her son from work at 10.25pm
on Tuesday, when the man ap-
proached. “Bang bang bang on the
roof of the car … I think this was
my son (playing) a joke,” Ms Bogdanovski said. But it was the
stranger who stood over her, demanding the keys.
“He said ‘Get out of the car, get
out of the car’ … I get out of the car
and he said ‘No, no, no, give me
the key’,” she said.
The woman’s son soon arrived
but the thief had already driven off
in her brand-new Toyota Yaris,
heading north along Railway Pde
towards Rockdale.
Police were last night still hunting the carjacker, described as
about 30 years old, 175cm tall, of
medium build and with a short
dark beard and tanned skin.
The car’s registration plate is
YIY53C.
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Pill testing won’t work
Dad of tragic Anna Wood says there’s no way to know drugs are safe
JANET FIFE-YEOMANS
& NICK HANSEN
THE father of Anna Wood,
whose 1995 death alerted
Sydney to the dangers of using
ecstasy, has slammed the idea
that pill testing would make
drug-taking safer.
Anna, 15, and three mates
all took the same tablets at a
Sydney rave in October 1995.
Her friends survived but Anna
(pictured) died three days later.
Her dad, Tony Wood, yesterday said he was heartbroken for the families of the
four young people who died
after taking drugs at recent
NSW dance festivals, but said
pill testing was not the answer.
“Pill testing is another lark
thought up by the prolegalisation lobby,” he said. “If
it was going to save any parent
from the heartache of losing a
child, I would be all for it.
“I can’t think of any situation where it would work.”
Premier Gladys Berejiklian
yesterday said that she would
consider implementing pill
testing in NSW only if there
was evidence it saved lives.
Mr Wood
d said
id it would
ld not
have saved his vivacious
daughter. The coroner found
the tablet Anna took was pure
MDMA, and although she
drank a lot of water, as advised
when using the drug, her
kidneys shut down. She died of
acute water intoxication after
two days on life support.
“The thing is that drugs are
idiosyncratic so you don’t
know how they are going to
affect anyone on any given
day,” Mr Wood said, adding
that the drug problem at
dance parties was “out of
control now”.
Mr Wood and his late wife
Angela committed themselves
to spreading the message that
drug abuse could only be tack-
led at a basic level — between
young people and their parents.
“All that parents can do is to
arm themselves with as much
information as they can about
drugs so when their kids tell
them how great drugs are, they
can at least fight back with the
facts,” he said.
Mr Wood told Ms Berejiklian to stand her ground against
the pill-testing lobby.
“I don’t know how long she
can hold out before the prolegalisation lobby wears her
down,” he said. “MDMA used
to be legal until it was banned
in Australia in 1986 because it
was deemed dangerous. Let’s
not make it legal again.”
Ms Berejiklian continues to
be vehemently opposed to pill
testing. “If there was a way in
which we could ensure that
lives were saved through pill
testing, we would consider it,
but there is no evidence provided to the government,” she
said, adding that pill testing
gave drug users “a false sense
of security”. “I hear what some
people are saying, but as a
premier … my job is to keep the
community safe,” she said.
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people trying to smuggle drugs into
Sydney’s Field Day festival and
would have needed 30 extra sniffer
dogs to cope with the influx.
A massive police operation
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sition to pill testing following
several deaths at music festivals, the former NSW Police
officer and Salvation Army
campaigner has called for politicians to stop using the terms
“party and recreational” drugs.
Mr Daley said pill testing
could lead to a normalisation
of dangerous drugs that “make
alcohol look like an afternoon
tea party”.
Asked whether he could have
used another 30 sniffer dogs on the
operation, Insp Bell said: “That’s
correct.”
Potent party drug MDMA,
powerful animal sedative ketamine
and cannabis were among drugs
seized.
Panicked revellers were seen
trying to swallow their stashes as
police approached them. Insp Bell
defended police who manhandled
and tackled people trying to
conceal their drugs.
“As police officers we’re there to
enforce the law,” he said.
“People will use any methods
they deemed necessary to get the
drugs into the venue … It’s
obviously dangerous.”
Tough to tighten the net on dealers
COUNCIL TOLD TO LEAD WAY
A SYDNEY councillor wants
NSW politicians to lead by example and be drug tested on
the job.
Liberal Pat Daley will move
a motion at Northern Beaches
Council’s next meeting in February to introduce drug tests
for all councillors and staff.
While applauding the tough
stance of Premier Gladys Berejiklian against drugs and oppo-
charges, including six for supply,
at The Domain event on New
Year’s Day.
But the officer in charge of the
sweep, Detective Chief Inspector
Stuart Bell, admitted police were
powerless to stop every drug mule.
“The reality is we cannot protect
everything that goes into the
premises,” Insp Bell said.
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DRUG dealers continue to openly
sell their deadly wares on Facebook — and the billion-dollar
social media giant appears unable
to do anything about it.
Facebook deleted two drugdealing pages operating in Sydney
this week after social media news
agency Storyful alerted it.
But within days, new Facebook
pages had popped up — claiming
to sell drugs in Sydney, Brisbane
and Melbourne.
Police said social media-based
drug-dealing is nearly impossible
to stop.
“We often find that as one site
or page is removed, another will be
created elsewhere,” Drug and
Firearms Squad Commander De-
tective Superintendent Martin
Fileman said. “Online drug supply
is not new, but it poses a unique
challenge to law enforcement.”
A Facebook spokesman said:
“It is against our policies to buy,
sell or trade non-medical or pharmaceutical items. We also block
and delete search terms to stop
bad actors from spreading information about their illicit activity.”
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AUSTRALIAN music fans
enjoyed a smorgasbord of live
entertainment in 2018 —
from the super-sized pop extravaganzas of P! nk, Taylor
Swift, Katy Perry and Ed
Sheeran to the triumphant
artistic reinvention of Talking Heads’ David Byrne.
And this year is shaping
up as another strong year for
musical offerings.
Here are our picks from
the 2019 Summer of Music.
PHIL COLLINS
NOT DEAD YET TOUR
After semi-retirement from
the concert stage, the 67year-old got back in the sad-
dle in 2017 with the tour
named after his autobiography. While back injuries have
forced him onto a stool for
most of the concert, reviews
have celebrated his excellent
tonsils, quick wit and stellar
band, which now includes his
teenaged son Nicholas on
drums. Tickets available.
Qudos Bank Arena, January 21 to 23.
KEITH URBAN
GRAFFITI U! TOUR
Anyone who has witnessed
the country music superstar in
concert knows Keith Urban
(pictured right) loves to rock,
give away guitars and play in
the middle of the crowd.
He also loves a special
guest and this time is bringing
pop hit maker Julia “Issues”
Michael with him to open —
and no doubt duet on their recent single Coming Home.
Tickets available.
Newcastle Entertainment Centre, January
23; Qudos Bank Arena, January 25 and 26.
FLORENCE AND THE
MACHINE
HIGH AS HOPE TOUR
The queen of ethereal pop
that rocks, Florence Welch
returns to bewitch Australian
fans with a big outdoor tour
in support of her fourth
album, High as Hope.
Get there early to check out
opener Marlon Williams, who
you may have clocked in A
Star Is Born. Limited tickets.
The Domain, January 26.
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WHO stole the cookies from
the cookie jar? A Christmas
Day burglar is accused of not
only taking the cake but the
cookies and ice cream too
when he broke into a shopping
centre food court.
CCTV captured the sweettoothed thief — wearing dark
shorts and thongs — raiding a
number of stores as if all his
Christmases had come at once
in the suburban Melbourne
food court.
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PLAY LIST
TO SIZZLE
SLASH
LIVING THE DREAM TOUR
The world’s most famous tophatted shredder continues to
defy the doomsayers sounding rock’s death knell by
doing what he does best.
This is a romp through
their own considerable repertoire with a few nods to his
other work. Tickets available.
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney on January 28.
LAURYN HILL
THE MISEDUCATION OF LAURYN
HILL 20TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
The Miseducation of Lauryn
Hill remains one of the most
successful, acclaimed and influential debut solo records.
After finding success with
The Fugees, Hill struck gold
with an album that hopped
through neo-soul, R & B and
hip hop. Tickets available.
Qudos Bank Arena, February 7.
RED HOT CHILI
PEPPERS
AUSTRALIA 2019 TOUR
It has been six long years
since the colourful funk rockers last graced our stages.
The good news for patient
Australian fans is the band’s
recent setlists have been a
crowd-pleasing mix of new
stuff from their last studio record — 2016’s The Getaway —
with plenty of songs that have
fired up backyard barbecue
singalongs. Limited tickets.
Qudos Bank Arena, February 19 and 20;
Hope Estate Winery, February 23.
EMINEM
RAPTURE 2019 TOUR
The rap superstar
hasn’t been in concert mode since his
Rapture run in Europe last July, so
Australia will be the
staging ground
for his return.
Eminem
last toured
here in 2014
but has been
a constant
presence on
our airwaves
and charts
since, most recently with the
surprise Kamikaze
album, which soared
to No. 1 here and generated its
fair share of hits, including
Killshot, The Ringer and
Lucky You. Limited tickets
available.
ANZ Stadium, February 22,
BRYAN FERRY
2019 WORLD TOUR
The king of sophisticated cool, who
has soundtracked
four decades of rock
seduction, brings
his acclaimed
world tour to
wineries and arenas.
A joint celebration of his beloved work with
Roxy Music and
his successful solo works,
these concerts showcase a
fan’s dream setlist, from More
Than This and Avalon to
Let’s Stick Together and
Slave To Love.
Tickets available.
ICC Sydney Theatre, March 1.
KYLIE MINOGUE
GOLDEN TOUR
The Golden Girl of pop returns for her first tour in four
years by heading to the great
outdoors.
While Kylie has done plenty of outdoor festival gigs in
the UK, this is her first time
venturing into the more adult
winery circuit. But there will
be indoor arena shows too.
Limited tickets.
ICC Theatre, March 5 and 6; Bimbadgen
Estate, Hunter Valley, March 16.
EAGLES
WORLD TOUR 2019
Fans may have thought the
sudden death of Glenn Frey
in 2016 would stop the show,
but a memorial concert for
the band’s late co-founder revealed his son, Deacon, was
up to stepping into his dad’s
shoes. With American country star Vince Gill further
swelling their ranks — and
originals Don Henley, Joe
Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit
— the new incarnation of the
Eagles has been getting plenty
of love from fans.
Tickets available.
Qudos Bank Arena, March 13 and 14.
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BUBBLE &
TROUBLE
IT looked like the sky was
bubbling right above
Sydneysiders’ heads.
Bauble-like clouds
known as mammatus
formed above Sydney
Harbour and stretched
across the city — a warning
of coming storms.
While Sydney dodged
the worst of the weather,
the Blue Mountains were
pummeled by damaging hail
which weather bureau duty
forecaster Jordan Notara
said was “enough to dent
your car”.
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Creative cost-cutting
Families get new $100 discount for kids’ non-sports pursuits
EXCLUSIVE
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
PARENTS of children who
learn music, a language or
drama are now eligible for a
$100 rebate for every schoolage child.
After helping sporty families save on expensive registration
costs,
the
state
government is encouraging
mums and dads to apply for
Creative Kids vouchers to help
more children expand their
minds.
And while many parents
are expected to use the vouchers on traditional cultural
pursuits, they can also be redeemed on a range of quirky
activities including parkour,
synchronised swimming and
circus arts.
There is a big focus on getting kids into technology, with
coding, virtual reality and
graphic design included on the
list of eligible activities.
All activities must be
delivered outside the school
curriculum, with 420 providers already on board across
NSW and more than 3000 expected by mid-year. Parents
can use one Creative Kids
voucher per child each year.
Creative Kids takes its lead
from the hugely successful
Active Kids program, in which
families claimed $54.3 million
on kids’ sports vouchers last
year. Families can still use one
Active Kids voucher per child
per year as well as the new
Creative Kids voucher.
Finance Minister Victor
Dominello said involvement
in cultural learning activities
was “critical
to a child’s
growth and
development”.
But the
enrolm e n t
costs all add
to the family
budget and can
be prohibitive,”
he said.
“The state gov-
ernment recognises that cost
of living is a major issue for
families, and because of our
strong budget position, we are
proud to be providing this
extra assistance for children to participate in these
valuable creative and
cultural programs.”
Blue Mountains mother-of-two Tanya Boyd,
42, has already downloaded Creative Kids
vouchers for her children Gabrielle, 11, and
Alex, 10 (pictured).
Both play the piano and
are involved in drama.
“It will definitely
help bring down the cost
(of activities) but we see
the value … because it reflects
in their performance at school,
their focus, their grades,” Ms
Boyd said.
“I recently started my
daughter in drama because
she was very shy and timid
starting school. She’s a lot
more confident now talking to
people, especially adults, so
that really helps.”
Mr Dominello said the
launch of Creative Kids coincided with the start of the
school year, with students to
return at the end of the month.
“We encourage parents to
get in early by jumping on the
Service NSW website to register for their Creative Kids
vouchers,” he said.
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Void must be filled
Bob Hawke and John Howard won the respect of Australians by picking a plan and
sticking to their guns. Today’s powerbrokers of all kinds should take heed.
B
SAM
DASTYARI
Can national
consensus leadership
exist in the world of
instant media cycles,
fake news and
rampant partisanship?
ob Hawke looked old last
week. Announcing through
the Woodford folk festival
that he was in “terrible
health” and had ”done his
time”. Not old for any other 89-yearold. But old for Bob Hawke.
For almost three decades, since
losing his prime ministership, Hawkie
never seemed to age. Sure, he got a
little slower in his legs, but whether
downing beers at the cricket, giving
speeches around the world or making
jokes on his balcony, Bob was a timeless reminder of a bygone era. It was
an era of Australian leadership, when
we knew who we were and what we
believed in and had greater clarity
around Australian identity.
Was it a perfect time? Certainly
not. Look back on the 1980s and there
was enough casual sexism, racism
and homophobia to horrify
today’s polite company. But
there was also progress on those
fronts. And it’s wrong to blindly subscribe today’s standards
to a different era.
The ’80s were a time
of opportunity, hope
and
promise.
Bob
Hawke provided leadership. He set a national
agenda based on his
values and ideology and
then implemented reforms to achieve it.
Seeing Bob look more
frail than I’ve seen him
before got me thinking.
Can the type of national
consensus leadership Bob
espoused ever happen
again? Could it exist in the
world of instant media
cycles, fake news and
rampant partisanship?
Australians are desperate for leadership. That’s a
no-brainer. I’ve sat in more
political focus groups than
any sane person should put
themselves through. In each the
message is clear — Australians will
give the benefit of the doubt to leaders who have a clear agenda and
purpose, even if they don’t agree with
on every policy.
During the Howard era, we called
them the “I know voter”. They would
walk into a room, trash the last five
decisions John Howard had made but
declare at the end of the session they
would be voting for him. Why? Because they would repeat in unison:
“At least I know what he stands for.”
It wasn’t the consensus leadership of
Hawke. But it was leadership nonetheless. And for more than a decade,
Australians lapped it up.
Scott Morrison is headed towards
a record defeat in large part because
the changes from Abbott to Turnbull
and then Morrison has made the
Liberal Party a leadership void. Forget the individual policies; the overall
narrative is of dysfunction. Disunity is
death. It’s a lesson no one with the remotest interest in Australian politics
can comprehend that the government
did not learn from
the last Labor administration.
It’s not just in politics. Leadership
is lacking everywhere. More than any
other sport, cricket is intertwined
with Australian identity, especially in
summer. But let’s face it, we’re a mess.
Tim Paine has done an admirable job
in the wake of Sandpapergate in trying to pull together a cohesive team to
take on the rampaging Indians. But
the fact remains that our two best
players aren’t there to even try to save
us because of a massive failure of
leadership on and off the field.
Steve Smith and Dave Warner
have fronted up and are taking their
medicine, as they should, in the form
of bans that can’t end quickly enough
for most fans of the game. But Cricket
Australia’s narrow investigation into what re-
ally happened in South Africa has left
questions hanging and smells of a
cover-up. Way to lead, guys.
Even the captains of corporate
greed, the Australian bank CEOs, are
now running around in circles. The
Hayne royal commission into the
financial services industry is a circular
firing squad of high-paid bank
executives blaming each other for
their collective guilt. It’s a pathetic
performance. Spineless.
I wonder what Bob Hawke really
thinks of it. Whether he thinks his
model of leadership can rise again.
Whether he believes you can still
bring people together and use that
energy to build community. I suspect
he does. I suspect he’s had such an
extraordinary life because he is such
an optimist.
Hawkie will look at people like me
who say the political system is fundamentally broken and laugh it off with
his famous “the mob will always get it
right” sentiment. He doesn’t see
Australia as groups of
people in different
political camps,
unable to compromise, unable
to work together, but as a
community of
people who can
come together
and unite over
our better angels.
I was having
drinks on his balcony
when Bob Hawke once
told me parliament was a
Potemkin village. I didn’t
know what he meant at the
time. I was a few drinks in and
distracted by his 1980s artwork.
But the term refers to villages
that were created solely for appearance when Catherine the Great
would pass through. A fraud. A sham.
Something designed to deceive others
into thinking the situation is better
than it was.
But Hawke went on to explain that
this was an opportunity. That you can
use the versatility of the political
system to shape Australia. That as
hard or horrible things get, leadership
is about never losing your own lodestar. That you have to stay strong and
positive in the face of adversity.
I think we could all do with more
of that optimism. It’s infectious.
Daryl, it’s time to put The Horses out to pasture
M
akybe Diva is loving retirement in a paddock outside of
Scone in the Hunter Valley.
Black Caviar likewise spends her days
eating grass and producing the odd
expensive foal.
But there is one Australian equine
icon that refuses to gracefully retire:
Daryl Braithwaite’s pseudo national
anthem The Horses.
On Monday night the ABC dusted
off Daz for yet another rendition, this
time to see in the new year. They’d
put the midnight song out to popular
vote, and the good people of Australia
obliged by picking The Horses. It’s
the Songy McSongface of Oz rock.
Daryl is one of the nicest people in
music, barely even bothers to sing it
these days, preferring instead to point
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his microphone at the Iron Jack and
chardonnay-fuelled crowd and let
them karaoke the crap out of it.
I’m no Horses hater — it’s an undeniably catchy little pop song — but
how on earth did it become our national song and is it time for Daryl to
Makybe Diva that thing and put it out
to pasture? (A: I’m not sure, and B:
definitely yes.)
First, a little history. The Horses
was written by Rickie Lee Jones, the
US singer most famous for her radio
standard Chuck E.’s In Love, and
Walter Becker from Steely Dan, possibly the only mainstream rock act
named after a sex toy.
Appearing on Jones’ 1989 album
Flying Cowboys, The Horses was
never released as a single but did find
its way onto the soundtrack of Tom
Cruise’s Jerry Maguire. It also found
its way onto the CD player of Braithwaite, former frontman of Oz pop heroes Sherbet. He was enjoying a
massive comeback after a post-Sherbet slump that at one point saw him
working on council road gangs.
In The Horses he heard a potential
hit, and he was dead right. The Horses
went straight to number one in 1991.
So Daz gets a number one, Rickie and
Walt get a big royalties cheque and
the world moves on. Except it doesn’t.
For some reason, more than 20
years after its release, the song reembeds itself into the Australian Zeitgeist and becomes a singalong for
self-conscious mock bogans (fauxgans?) to half-ironically/half-seriously belt out at the races before they
sober up and realise they’ve blown the
rent money on a longshot.
Before The Horses you could
probably argue John Farnham’s
You’re The Voice was our pseudo anthem. Like The Horses, it has a lighter-aloft singalong chorus. Unlike The
Horses, it’s lyrics are vaguely meaningful.
Even Daryl seems perplexed by
the rise and rise of The Horses: “It’s
been smouldering I think for the last
10 years that I’ve noticed it, but there’s
no rhyme or reason as to why, I don’t
know.” He’s also hinted he’d like to
move on. “I still love it,” he insisted as
he released a best-of collection earlier
this year, before adding: “Hopefully,
now this album’s out, I can look ahead
to doing something new or something
a little different … don’t get caught
resting on my laurels.”
Daryl, we love you. We loved Sherbet, we loved your solo stuff and we
love you as a bloke. But next time
somebody rings up and says, “Can
you come along and play The Horses?” just say no. Tell them The Horses
is in the good paddock, where it
should be. Play Howzat instead.
Nathan Davies is the music writer for The Adelaide
Advertiser.
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Driven by
racist hate
No way my
brother is
a US spook
ESSEN: A 50-year-old German
man clearly intended to kill
foreigners when he rammed
his silver Mercedes into a
crowd of people in the early
hours of New Year’s Day, injuring four, officials have said.
Police said the man, who
was not named, made racist
comments when he was
stopped and arrested in the
city of Essen after fleeing the
scene of the attack in the nearby town of Bottrop.
“A German man deliberately drove into crowds of people
… that were largely made up of
foreigners. There was a clear
intention by this man to kill
foreigners,” a state official said.
Family fears for arrested ‘spy’
WASHINGTON: The brother of a
US man arrested in Russia on spy
charges says his sibling is completely innocent and was simply in
Moscow to attend a wedding.
Paul Whelan was arrested in
Moscow on Friday. The Russian
Federal Security Service, announcing the detention three days
later, said he was caught “during
an espionage operation” but gave
no details.
The spying charges carry a prison sentence of up to 20 years.
David Whelan said he had no
idea why his brother was targeted
by security services.
“We are deeply concerned for
his safety and wellbeing,” David
Whelan said in a statement posted
on Twitter.
“His innocence is undoubted
and we trust that his rights will be
respected.”
He said the family last heard
from Paul Whelan, a retired
Marine, last Friday,
“which was very
much
out
of
character for him”.
The
family
feared he had been
mugged or was in
a car accident,
Hardliner
takes over
David Whelan said, and it was
when searching the internet on
Monday that he learned of the arrest. “I was looking for any stories
about dead Americans in Moscow,
so in a way it was better than finding out that he had died,” he said.
The US State Department said
earlier this week it had received
formal notification from the Russian Foreign Ministry of the arrest
and it was now pushing for consular access.
The arrest comes with USRussian ties severely strained, in
part over presumed Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. A Russian gun-rights activist,
Maria Butina, is in US custody
after admitting she acted as a
secret agent for the Kremlin in trying to infiltrate conservative US
political groups as Donald Trump
was seeking the presidency.
Russian President Vladimir
Putin has claimed the case is fabricated and that Butina entered the
guilty plea because of the threat of
a long prison sentence.
RIO DE JANEIRO: Jair Bolsonaro has been sworn in as Brazil’s
president, taking the reins of
Latin America’s largest nation
with promises to put an end to
business-as-usual governing.
A fan of US President Donald Trump, the 63-year-old
far-right former army captain
rose to power on an anti-corruption and pro-gun agenda
and pledged at his inauguration to build a “society without discrimination or division”.
He is the latest of several
far-right leaders around the
globe to come to power by riding waves of anger at the establishment.
Women in
solidarity
KOCHI: Tens of thousands of
women have joined together to
form a 620km-long human
chain “in support of gender
equality”.
The protest in the southern
state of Kerala comes amid a
dispute about access to a
famous Hindu temple.
Women aged between 10
and 50 had been banned from
entering the Sabarimala temple until a recent Supreme
Court ruling overturned this.
However, several women
have since tried to reach the
hilltop shrine and been turned
away by Hindu traditionalists
angry at the court’s decision.
Paul Whelan
(right) and Maria
Butina (left).
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Crown Prince
Frederik and
Princess Mary
y
off Denmark
arrive at
Amalienborg
alienborg
Palace
Palace.
Picture: AFP
Ivan Fokine is rescued.
Miracle of
gas blast
baby boy
MOSCOW: Russian rescuers
have pulled a baby boy hurt
but alive from the rubble of an
apartment building where he
spent more than 30 hours in
temperatures as low as -27C
after a gas explosion that killed
at least nine people.
Eleven-month-old
Ivan
Fokine was reunited in hospital with his mother, who also
survived the ordeal. At least 32
people are still missing.
“A New Year’s miracle has
occurred!” Russia’s emergencies ministry said in a statement about the young survivor
of Monday’s tragedy in the industrial city of Magnitogorsk.
The boy was taken to hospital in Moscow in an “extremely
serious” condition, with severe
frostbite to his limbs, a head injury and multiple leg fractures.
“The rescuers heard crying,”
Chelyabinsk governor Boris
Dubrovsky said. “The baby was
saved by being in a cradle and
warmly wrapped up.”
Terror link
to attacker
MANCHESTER: British anti-terror police were last night still
questioning a suspected jihadist over the attempted murder
of three people in a frenzied
New Year’s Eve knife attack.
A 25-year-old man armed
with two knives was wrestled
to the ground by police after
the attack at Manchester’s Victoria rail station.
The suspect screamed
“Long live the Caliphate” — a
reference to Islamic State’s enclave in the Middle East — and
“Allahu Akbar”, or “God is
greatest”, as he was led to a
police van.
OUR STYLE
QUEEN RULES
COPENHAGEN: Princess Mary is setting the gold
standard for chic royals. Attending a
traditional January 1 event at Amalienborg
Palace with dapper-looking husband Prince
Frederik, the Australian-born princess turned
heads in her stunning gold and black gown
topped with a sparkling tiara.
Record
a tough
peanut
to crack
ANNAPOLIS: The truth is out
there — about 6.4 billion kilometres away.
Space history was made
after a NASA probe took a
photo of a minor planet called
Ultima Thule. Little more than
a big rock and described as resembling a peanut in shape, it
is the furthest object ever explored by mankind.
While the image sent back
following a fly-past by the New
Horizons probe is only a white
blur, the low-quality picture
indicates the spacecraft made
it intact through the risky,
high-speed encounter.
Further photographs are
due to be received over the
coming weeks and should be
much clearer.
“We have a healthy spacecraft,” said mission operations
manager Alice Bowman, as
cheers erupted in the control
room at Johns Hopkins
Applied Physics Laboratory in
Maryland, US.
Also present was Queen
guitarist Brian May, who holds
an advanced degree in astrophysics. “This is a night none
of us is going to forget,” a
delighted May (pictured)
said.
The New Horizons
spacecraft aimed its
cameras at the space
rock in a region of
space known as the
Kuiper Belt.
The encounter
took place about
1.6 billion kilome-
tres beyond Pluto, which was
until now the most faraway
world ever visited up close by a
spacecraft.
Hurtling through space at
51,500km/h, the spacecraft
made its closest approach
within 3540km of the surface
of Ultima Thule.
Alan Stern, the lead planetary scientist for New Horizons,
said Ultima Thule is unique
because it is a relic from the
early days of the solar system
and could provide answers
about origins of other planets.
“The object is in such a deep
freeze that it is perfectly preserved from its original formation,” he said.
“Everything we are going to
learn about Ultima — from its
composition to its geology to
how it was originally assembled, whether it has satellites
and an atmosphere and those
kinds of things — (is) going to
teach us about the original formation conditions of objects in
the solar system.”
Ultima Thule was discovered in 2014 with the help of the
Hubble Space Telescope. Scientists decided to study
Ultima Thule with New
Horizons after the
spaceship, which was
launched in 2006, completed its main mission
of flying by Pluto in
2015, returning the
most
detailed
images
ever
taken of the
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‘Gypsy’ Ally
still on tour
A
Chantal fears
shaky catwalk
A
t 22, Chantal Monaghan
already has fears for how
long her career will last.
The top Aussie model, who has
lived in New York for three years,
is a regular face for the likes of
Jean-Paul Gaultier and Giorgio
Armani, but after landing the
Ralph Lauren holiday campaign,
she revealed the lack of stability
was a challenge.
“I’m very hard on myself and
I get very scared. It’s
very scary to think
‘when is it over?’”
she said.
“It’s important to
stay grounded.
You’re told you’re
hat
pretty and this and that
every day.
“I love to stand on my own and
do my own thing and not always
be worrying about the industry.
“But it’s comforting that I’m still
getting these big jobs and my best
friends are a few years older and
still working.”
LOOKING BACK: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
lly Fowler spent much of
1989 living life to the full on
the road.
Having formed three years
earlier, The Chantoozies
were at their peak, playing gig after
gig on their Wannabe Up tour.
“There was probably a little bit
of sex, there might have been the
odd drug and there was a lot of
rock‘n’roll,” the popular singer and
actor told Confidential.
“We were girls so we were
probably a little more tame than
some of the boys out there.
“It was just too much ridiculous
fun. We were all great friends, so it
was a bit like being on school camp
or something.”
She added: “It was great having a
bunch of girls in the band because if
you ever forgot anything, there was
always a spare pair of tweezers lying
around, or even undies … we all took
care of each other.”
Fowler was already a huge star
when the group formed in 1986
thanks to playing Angela Keegan on
hit TV series Sons And Daughters.
The Chantoozies — Fowler, Eve
von Bibra, Angelica La Bozzetta
and Tottie Goldsmith — were
signed to Mushroom Records when
they released their first single, a
cover of 1970s hit Witch Queen.
They went on to sell hundreds of
thousands of copies of their songs,
including hits Wannabe Up, Love
The One You’re With, He’s Gonna
Step On You Again and Kiss ‘n’ Tell.
David Reyne played drums and
provided backing vocals for the
Bananarama-style pop group.
“It was one of those things that
sort of took off a bit like a bushfire,”
the 57-year-old said.
The group broke up in 1991 but
remained close friends and in 2014
released their first single in 23 years
with Baby It’s You. Hugh Jackman,
Anthony LaPaglia and Eric Bana
appeared in the video clip.
Fowler has also been seen on our
TV screens since the early ’80s,
including stints on shows The Flying
Doctors, G.P., Big Sky, Heartbreak
High, Farscape, All Saints, The Secret
Life Of Us and, most recently, Foxtel
prison drama Wentworth.
She’s also been busy on the stage,
having recently wrapped production
on Marg Downey-directed Lottie In
The Late Afternoon.
Fowler is also a pottery artist, has
further acting work on the cards, and
The Chantoozies have a tour dates
booked throughout 2019.
“I am a bit of a gypsy,” she said. “I
do like to have a home base but a lot
of my life has been spent in storage.”
We’re for 2019 being
your best year yet.
Busy Lion actor has
little time to paws
Actor Ally
y Fowler,
and (from left) with
bandmates, in
Neighbours, The
Chantoozies, with
Chantoozies
David Reyne,
Reyn
y e, and in
Sons And Daughters
Daugh
g ters
in 1982.
LION star Dev Patel and Australian
actor girlfriend Tilda Cobham-Hervey
have popped up in several Sydney
hotspots this week.
As well as posing for photos with
fans at trendy Surry Hills bar The
Winery, Patel and Cobham-Hervey
were also spotted at the Sydney Fish
Markets in Pyrmont.
Cobham-Hervey has been linked to
Patel (pictured with a fan on Instagram)
since 2017, when they met on the set of
er
upcoming real-life thriller
H
Hotel Mumbai.
Perhaps best known
ffor his starring role in
S
Slumdog Millionaire,
P
Patel became better
k
n
known in Australia when
h
erley
he starred as Saroo Brierley
in Lion.
Featuring alongside Nicole Kidman,
Rooney Mara and David Wenham, the
film tells the true story of a lost Indian
boy adopted by an Australian couple and
then reunited with his biological family
25 years later.
In paper
from
Jan 6
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special offers to help you start 2019 right. You can tap
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Tornado of
love blows
Toto away
RISING
HOLLYWOOD
COUPLE HIT
TOWN
Miles Robbins, son of Hollywood royalty
Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins, has been
spotted holidaying Down Under with his rising
Aussie actor girlfriend, Geraldine
Viswanathan.
Confidential believes the couple spent
Christmas in Newcastle — Viswanathan’s
home town — before enjoying the iconic sites
of Sydney.
While she may not yet be a household
name, Viswanathan is on track to be
Australia’s next big thing after being lauded as
“the film’s breakout star” for her role in Seth
Rogen’s comedy film Blockers, where she
plays John Cena’s daughter.
The 22-year-old also stars alongside Daniel
Radcliffe in the American comedy series
Miracle Workers and will next feature
alongside Hugh Jackman in the upcoming
comedy drama film, Bad Education.
Meanwhile, Robbins is following in the
footsteps on his famous parents with previous
credits including The X-files TV series and
recent Hollywood blockbuster Halloween,
which starred Jamie Lee Curtis.
While in Sydney, Robbins shared a video of
him and Viswanathan driving across the
Sydney Harbour Bridge in a convertible
wearing an Aussie-themed bucket hat and
singing Men At Work’s Down Under.
The 26-year-old also posted a snap of the
pair pulling a face in front of the Opera House.
It is understood the couple met on the set
of Blockers.
A
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merican rock outfit Toto couldn’t
be more surprised
by the turnout and
diverse age range
of fans at their
Aussie gigs.
Having headlined Falls Music Festival in
Lorne, Victoria, on New Year’s
Eve, the band, whose hits include Africa, Hold the Line and
Rosanna, will play Sydney’s
Hordern Pavilion tonight.
“Who would have thought a
bunch of men of a certain age
like us would have the resurgence we are having and
the reactions we are getting,”
61-year-old guitarist Steve
Lukather told Confidential.
“The kids are killing us,
man. They know every song.
We are still buzzing from New
Year’s.”
Lukather (pictured), who
has five Grammy Awards to
his name, is one of the original
members still in the band,
alongside Steve Porcaro and
David Paich.
“Here we are 43 years later
and all of a sudden, people are
reading the backs of album
covers,” he said.
“We are enjoying our
success now because
I think we are good.
I don’t mean that
in an egotistical
way.
“It hasn’t all
been roses.
“We have always been very
successful but
people didn’t
want to admit it — they didn’t
want to give us credit for it.
“That’s OK, though, because if you are never in style,
you can’t be out of style.
“I’m not looking for a pat on
the back — we have had a
wonderful career and I am
grateful.
“To get this love at our age,
to get some love feels really
good and we are very appreciative of it.”
Lukather has worked on
many successful side projects,
touring with Ringo Starr and
contributing to Michael Jackson’s Thriller album.
Africa, which is sampled in
the new Aquaman film soundtrack, is Toto’s biggest hit and
remains a crowd favourite.
“To have our music touch
three generations … it is pretty
deep to have the kids go crazy
for this silly Africa song that
was a throwaway cut,” he said.
“The lyric doesn’t have any
political message. It is just a
silly little song with a hooky bit
and a great chorus
and it makes people feel good.
“It has become a
golden carrot and if
it gets people to
come to the shows
to see that we
can do a whole
bunch
of
other shit,
then great.
“We are going to
take this ride for as
long as it lasts.”
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A few spoiling the fun for
many at music festivals
It’s time to buy
all across NSW
I
n her first press conference
as Premier of NSW, in
January
2017,
Gladys
Berejiklian announced that
housing affordability was
“the biggest issue people have
across the state”.
“I want to make sure that
every average, hardworking
person in this state can aspire to
own their own home,” the new
leader continued.
“That's something I valued
and worked hard to do and I
want to make sure everyone else
has that opportunity as well.”
Berejiklian’s
government
certainly has taken several steps
towards improving housing
affordability, including making
changes to stamp duty and encouraging greater development.
Those steps, combined with a
market downturn, now deliver
good news for those in the market for a property.
Over the holidays, Sydney
property prices have fallen to
levels last seen more than two
years ago.
This is one of the biggest
monthly falls on record. The
total decline in home values for
2018 was a hefty 8.9 per cent.
As The Daily Telegraph reports, the last time home values
fell this sharply during a 12month period was way back in
1982-83, when our cricketers
were thumping England and
our economy was copping similarly bruising treatment.
The factors involved in this
slump are broad, including a disinclination among lenders to
take on any mortgages they feel
may be risky.
According to CoreLogic analyst Cameron Kusher, buyers
face minimal competition because the number able to qualify
for a mortgage is shrinking.
“Serious sellers are finding
they have to keep cutting their
prices,” he said.
“Buyers can see there is a
downturn, so there is no impetus to jump into the market,”
the analyst added.
“There could be a feeling that
if they wait, prices will be even
lower.”
Whichever way you look at it,
Sydney and much of NSW are
buyers’ markets — for the
moment, at least.
For the buy-low, sell-high
investment brigade, these are
very tempting times.
The same is true for those
who have cash savings which
might now enable them to break
into the housing market for the
first time.
Owners have enjoyed boom
times for many years.
A market shift now offers
advantages elsewhere.
Con Air flights cancelled
A
ustralia’s wide-open spaces and many remote airstrips are
ideally suited for so-called “black flights”.
These clandestine operations use small aircraft, some of
them heavily modified for criminal purposes, to ferry drugs and
weapons into Australia after island-hopping from distant nations.
It takes top-quality police work across many jurisdictions to
undo these illegal operations.
And that is exactly what our police, working with teams of
officials overseas, are doing.
Well done. Every illegal plane stopped means lives saved.
I am a loss to understand why it is so
important for young people to try
real hard to kill themselves and send
shockwaves through their families
and friends.
I understand it is important to
have a good time at music festivals
but to hide drugs in condoms
internally to beat sniffer dogs is
stupid. A couple of rotten apples
are spoiling the whole scene for
innocent and happy music fans and
it will not before time when these
festivals are shut down and spoil
the fun for thousands because of a
few ratbags.
Terry Groves, Forster
Make them organ donors
After the remarkable drug haul at
Sydney’s Field Day music event, I
would like to propose a judicial
change in regard to illegal
recreational substances: consenting
citizens should be allowed to inhale
or ingest any party drug, provided
that they firstly visit a children’s
hospital and make a prior binding
commitment to donate a healthy
and working body organ of their
choice to a needy donor recipient.
I would much rather that, as a
society, we gave preference to those
citizens who would be immensely
thankful for a fully functional body,
rather than ungrateful abusers who
selfishly take an otherwise healthy
body for granted.
Peter Waterhouse, Craigieburn, Vic
Why testing is futile
Our society continues to be
confronted by the horror of our
precious young people dying at rave
dance parties.
Several solutions were sensibly
argued by your letter writers (1/1).
The common factor in these deaths
is overdose. The message that
parents should stress is that nearly
all these drugs cause anterograde
amnesia.
The young partygoers don’t
realise that they can’t remember
what they took or when they last
took a tablet. The amnesia
properties of ketamine, rohypnol
and GHB facilitate “date rape”.
Amphetamine and MET
also interfere with concentration
and memory formation in the
hippocampus in the brain.
Regular MDMA administration
at a minimum of twice a month has
resulted in persistent, permanent
memory loss.
Overdose is unavoidable if the
self-administering individual has no
memory. Drug testing at festivals
won’t solve this issue.
Dr Alan Sexton, North Parramatta
Go after the pushers
Labor’s present from Iraq
A
ustralia’s asylum seeker
crisis during the Rudd/
Gillard Labor years gave
problems at several levels.
The main issue was deaths at
sea. More than 1000 men,
women and children drowned
after being lured by people
smugglers into attempting
ocean crossings.
Then there was the challenge
of dealing with more than
50,000 arrivals, many of whom
deliberately carried no identification so as to confound
attempts to check the validity of
their refugee claims.
The third problem stemmed
from the second. Some arrivals
were very dodgy indeed.
Now we learn of an Iraqi
refugee who arrived six years
ago and was granted a visa was
an ISIS member.
The ISIS member is now back
in confinement, although he is
seeking a legal means to oppose
both his imprisonment and
planned deportation.
These are the risks Australia
runs when we outsource our immigration policies to people
smugglers and their kind.
If Labor returns to power this
year, they must never repeat the
Rudd/Gillard asylum debacle.
As a veteran of 39 years in drug
law enforcement and a having a
continuing association with drug
rehabilitation, I am appalled that
politicians are even considering
offering testing services for illegal
drugs at dance parties, etc.
Besides the obvious desensitising
to the serious effects that illicit drug
use has on individuals and the
community as a whole, this move
will only embolden the drug
pushers to expand their markets at
these events.
Enterprising pushers will use
the testing as a marketing tool —
“these have been tested and
therefore they are safe”.
From my experience, there are
great variances in strength and
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Repairs on
slow track
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
& HENRY LYNCH
SYDNEY’S ageing rail netto
work was still struggling
recover late yesterday, almost
24 hours after lightning strikes
stranded thousands of New
up
Year’s Eve revellers for
to 3½ hours.
Delays and cancelled trains
were still being reported as late
as 7pm as staff worked across
to
up to five lines yesterday
repair signal boxes that had
been directly hit by lightning
during Monday evening’s
storms. Up to 1000 lightning
at
strikes had hit the network
seven sites, destroying vital
in
pieces of rail infrastructure
Central,
including
places
Flemington, Gordon and
pandemonium
causing
Casula,
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
as
either late or did not arrive
police were called in to help
contain the overflow.
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Detention
at an end
ANNABEL HENNESSY
is
THE Morrison government
a step closer to emptying onshore immigration detention
its
centres in a vindication of
border security policies.
Today, it will announce the
closure of the notoriously
in
tough Maribyrnong facility
governThe
west.
Melbourne’s
ment 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
of
the closures were a mark
success for the Morrison government after 50,000 people
arrived by boat during Labor’s
time in office between 2007-13.
“This government has
the
stopped the boats, got
children out of detention and
closed the once-full immigration detention facilities,”
Mr Coleman said.
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police, by
While she wasn’t stopped by
with
10pm 150 others had been detected
enter Sydney’s
drugs mostly as they tried to Domain.
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The woman told The Daily the drugs
had used two condoms to hide sniffer dogs
inside her body before passing
attended
and police into the one-day festival
by about 28,000 people yesterday.
person died
It was on the same day a fifth
— of a
this summer — this time in Victoria
the Beyond the
suspected drug overdose at
Valley music festival.
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captain tactically, but a weak leader
unable to control David Warner and
prepared to look the other way. He
should be allowed back, but never
again as captain.
Cameron Bancroft, while
being the main perpetrator, was
influenced by others and, if form
indicates, should perhaps be allowed
back. Warner is another matter. His
“attack dog” attitude to win at any
cost is why Australia are currently
on the nose with fans. Tim Paine
would have trouble controlling him.
Ted Ellis, Botany
Yesterday’s front page.
Briefly . . .
Users bear
brunt of
toxic drugs
They also have thunderstorms in
New York, London and Paris.
How come it’s only Sydney’s rail
network that gets crippled by this?
Why do people have to put
these horrible pills in their
bodies to have a good time
(“Popped”, 2/1)?
These pills and other drugs
are not made by pharmacists.
They are made by unknown
and ruthless people. If only the
users knew exactly what goes
into the manufacturing side of
these illegal drugs.
The worst one yet is this
scourge called ice. What a
shame it can’t be eliminated
from our society. Maybe extra
longer sentences might help.
And the pill testing at venues is
a backwards step, as it is
already an illegal substance.
Terry Malm, Blacktown
composition of individual tablets
even from the same batch due to the
primitive and unhygienic nature of
their production.
What happens when an official
tester declares the substance “safe”
and then the person ingesting it
subsequently dies or requires
hospitalisation?
I can see the ambulance chasers
already lining up with their lawsuits.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is
right to stand firm in the face of illinformed proponents of pill testing.
Continue to go after the pushers and
make the event organisers more
responsible to ensure that drug use
is not promoted at these functions.
Bernard Doyle, Kingscliff
Small price to pay
Readers seeing the headlines on
solar power (“Sunburnt power bills:
Solar schemes smashing families in
hip pocket”, 1/1) may well think that
the government scheme to support
rooftop solar for houses and small
businesses will cost them a fortune.
However, the full report shows
that the “smash” is really just $45 a
year, or significantly less than $1 a
month — hardly a fortune!
Given that both the federal
Coalition’s energy minister and
Labor support the solar scheme, $45
a year is a very small price to pay for
Australia’s contribution to reducing
emissions and hopefully avoiding
the worst effects of global warming.
Douglas Mackenzie, Deakin, ACT
Attitude matters in cricket
The calls for the reinstatement of
David Warner and Steve Smith miss
the point.
Smith appears genuinely
contrite. He was arguably the
world’s best batsman and a good
T. Anderson, Strathfield
***
It is great to see the detention
centres closing due to good policy
from the Coalition, but please don’t
throw away the keys as we will need
them again (and many more) if we
are unfortunate enough for Labor/
Greens to be elected this year
(“Throwing away the key”, 2/1).
Munzy, Singleton
***
If the Morrison government that is
going into an election can’t win
against an opposition that is
spruiking higher taxes, higher costs
of living, increased government
spending, more welfare, ruthless
identity politics and higher
immigration numbers, it does not
deserve to govern.
Peter Wilcox, Blayney
***
If the music at festivals wasn’t so
bad maybe the attendees might not
have to get whacked out of their
brains.
John Stuart, St Fillans
***
With all the news of the unfortunate
deaths due to drug overdoses, what
authorities need to consider is to
charge those bringing illegal drugs
for sale with drug possession as well
as with an extra charge of attempted
manslaughter. Maybe that may
“sober” some of these dealers as to
the potential implications.
Allan Comben, Kingsford
***
Renewable energy subsidies are not
just double dipping. They are a triple
treat for the fortunate. The subsidy
saves them money, they use the
“free” electricity, and then they sell
their excess. But now we hear of a
further subsidy for batteries
so we progress from triple treats to
four favours.
Michael Sobb, Rydalmere
***
In relation to Sydney’s rail network,
does this mean every time there’s an
electrical storm, the rail network
comes to a halt? This has happened
many times over the past few years
and 2019 seems no different.
Peter, Coogee
***
“Overdose” means too much taken
but the fact is one tiny tablet can be
lethal. “Poisoned” is the word we
need to use — drug poisoning.
L. Harding, Castle HIll
***
It’s good to hear Gladys Berejiklian
is holding firm, refusing to allow
pill testing at music festivals. Our
Premier got it right, saying this only
creates a false sense of security — a
pill that is safe for one person may
not be for another.
As she said, “normalising illegal
drugs” is not an option.
Tom, Killarney Vale
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BEST OF WARREN
“With a federal election
likely to be held
sometime in May, we
may see a further
negative impact on
confidence, especially
among investors.”
CoreLogic researcher Tim
Lawless expects further
housing value declines
"A German man
deliberately drove into
crowds of people that
were largely made up
of foreigners. There
was a clear intention."
German minister Herbert
Reul following a New
Year’s Eve car attack
Suffer the little children
The number of children who are the innocent victims of man-made conflicts should put us all to shame
A
t least 85,000 children
died of starvation in
Yemen last year as
fighting engulfed the
country.
In Indonesia, a series of devastating earthquakes and tsunamis
claimed the lives of hundreds of
children.
In Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, South
Sudan and Syria, children continued to face the harrowing threat
of attack as they went to school.
In Bangladesh, almost half a
million Rohingya children spent
2018 living in the world’s biggest
refugee camp after fleeing some
of the most horrific violence imaginable in Myanmar.
As I reflect on the past 12
months and Save the Children’s upcoming centenary in
May, what is most striking is
that most of the worst humanitarian crises for children were
man-made.
A lot has changed in the 100
years since Save the Children was
founded.
But it is perhaps one of the
most damning indictments on humanity that children are still suffering from wars waged by adults.
Children have always been
the greatest victims of war and
the need for organisations like
ours is just as strong as it was 100
years ago.
We live in a world where children are bombed. Where they are
made to fight. Where they are attacked as they travel to school.
Where families are torn apart and
children are forced to face the
world alone.
And where those inflicting the
suffering often go unpunished.
How much longer are we pre-
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RONALDS
pared to let children suffer from war
and conflict?
One of the biggest challenges for
Save the Children in its early days was
overcoming tight control over the
media in order to raise the public’s
awareness of what was happening to
children in Central Europe.
In 1919, there was no television, no
internet, no social media. Today, with
100 years of technological advancement behind us, we know in real time
what’s happening in countries like
Syria, Iraq and Yemen.
We know far more about the
atrocities being waged against
children on the other side of
the world — so why aren’t we
more outraged?
There are times when our indignation spikes.
I’ll never forget the image of
Alan Kurdi’s three-year-old body
washed up on a beach after fleeing
Syria and drowning at sea.
And I’ll never forget the horrific
stories shared with us by Rohingya
families who fled violence in Myanmar last year — haunting stories of
babies being torn from their mothers’
arms and thrown into fires, teenage
girls raped in front of their neighbours. Disturbing stories and images
like these have an impact — but the
outrage fades too quickly.
Maybe it’s just too much to bear.
Since 2010, the number of UNverified cases of killing and maiming
of children has increased by 300 per
cent.
Massive urbanisation has meant
more children are living in areas that
are subject to armed conflict.
But it’s not only that children are
caught in the crossfire of conflict.
Often they are the targets.
They are deliberately and systematically killed, maimed and raped.
They are bombed, abducted, tor-
A Rohingya child in a refugee camp. Picture: AFP
tured and recruited as child soldiers.
They are denied access to lifesaving
humanitarian aid.
War creates a perfect storm of misery. It throws everything into turmoil.
Disease, displacement, food shortages. The destruction of schools, hospitals, roads and railways.
You just have to look at the woefully under-reported conflict in
Yemen as an example.
There, a blockade has starved
great swaths of the population and
cholera outbreaks have claimed the
lives of thousands.
War doesn’t just halt progress. It
winds back the clock.
Economies collapse. Diseases that
were under control start to reemerge. Education takes a back seat
to survival. Children lose loved ones
and suffer unimaginable trauma.
We need to maintain our sense of
outrage for the children stuck in these
terrible situations.
And as a nation, we must not delude ourselves that Australia’s hands
are clean.
Last January, the Australian government announced its ambition to
become one of the top 10 defence exporters in the world and it remains
committed to signing a new defence
agreement with Saudi Arabia.
Yemen is the worst man-made humanitarian crisis in the world and we
are doing business with one of the
countries responsible for its creation.
Save the Children’s founder once
wrote “there are always two classes of
people who are prepared to take
sides against the humanitarian view.
There are those who do not believe
the children are worth saving, and
those who do not believe that they
can be saved.”
I have little doubt that most Australians believe all children are worth
saving.
However, belief alone is not
enough.
We all need to hold our political
leaders to account and fight for the
rights of all children to be protected
from the ravages of conflict, to go
to school and to have access to basic
healthcare.
Until this is achieved, we all must
maintain our outrage.
Paul Ronalds is CEO of Save the Children.
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AT THE MOVIES
Must-see
look inside
mind of a
teenager
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Practically perfect
MARY
POPPINS
RETURNS (G)
Emily Blunt, Joel
Dawson, Pixie Dav
Dawson
Davies
and Nathanael Saleh
in the new sequ
sequel to
Mary Poppins.
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Director : Rob Marshall
(Chicago)
Starring : Emily Blunt,
Colin Firth, Ben
Whishaw, Emily
Mortimer, Pixie Davies.
Verdict: A second
spoonful of sugar
delights in every way
EIGHTH
GRADE (M)
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Director : Bo Burnham
(feature debut)
Starring : Elsie Fisher,
Josh Hamilton
Verdict: The wait to
grow up versus the
need to catch up
A COMING of age. A slice of
life. The rites of passage.
Though any of these tags
could be applied to aspects of
Eighth Grade, none of them
really make a satisfactory fit.
That’s because this
exquisitely poignant, awkward,
authentic and serenely wise
portrait of a solitary teenage
girl is quite unlike anything we
have seen before.
This is an attempt — and,
oh my, does it turn out to be a
successful one — to get inside
the head of a 13-year-old.
Not only do we end up
feeling squeezed by the same
unrelenting pressures that face
a person around this age in the
year 2019, we also get to
experience what it is like for
someone of any age who is still
some considerable distance
from finding their true self.
Someone stuck in that
lonely place where the more
they try to fit in, the more they
feel left out.
Kayla Day (a staggeringly
natural and revealing
performance by newcomer
Elsie Fisher) is doing the best
she can to move away from
that place.
Her nightly posts to social
media and daily missions to be
noticed — by anyone in any way
— are heartbreaking on a
surface level, but heroic once we
drill deeper into Kayla’s world.
Parents of teenagers who
are enduring their first years of
high school are going to draw a
lot from Eighth Grade.
Particularly those parents who
want to know a little more
about what their kids might
be going through.
For teenagers themselves,
Eighth Grade will play like a
chilling horror movie, a clever
comedy and an accurate
documentary, all at the same
time.
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THE most important thing to
bear in mind about the
delightful Mary Poppins
Returns is that it is an original
sequel, and not some kind of
second-hand remake.
The 1964 Disney
production of Mary Poppins,
starring the great Julie
Andrews, remains one of
the finest productions ever
created in the name of family
entertainment.
While Mary Poppins
Returns cannot hope to
match its undeniably classic
predecessor in any given
department, it does not
tarnish the first movie’s legacy
in any way.
In fact, it polishes, broadens
and secures the appeal of a
wonderful character for
generations to come.
The production design is
gorgeous, never once going in
for the visual overkill that
blights so many modern
movies. The same goes for the
occasional blending of live
action with animation, and
also a style of costuming and
make-up that is gloriously
simple and strikingly evocative
of old-timey London.
Oh, and in case you were
wondering, each and every
new musical composition
stands up to lengthy scrutiny
(and instant hummability)
when measured against the
immortal Mary Poppins
songbook.
This refreshing new
Poppins adventure is set 20
years or so after the events of
the original film, which lands
us somewhere in the vicinity
of the Great Depression.
Sensing her no-nonsense
fixing skills are needed once
more by the Banks family,
Mary (charmingly played by
Emily Blunt) descends from
the skies via a child’s kite, and
gets straight down to business.
There is a lot that Miss
Poppins needs to sort out. Her
old friend Michael Banks (Ben
Whishaw) is now all grownup, and grappling with too
many problems at once in the
wake of his wife’s recent death.
In spite of the unwavering
support from his sister Jane
(Emily Mortimer), Michael is
struggling to keep a roof over
the heads of his three young
children.
Annabel (Pixie Davies),
John (Nathanael Saleh) and
George (Joel Dawson) have
independently learned that
their home could soon be
swiped by a conniving
financier (Colin Firth) unless
something is done, and fast.
What better mentor could
this plucky trio have than
Mary Poppins to ensure that
good prevails over evil?
Like the recent Paddington
films, Mary Poppins Returns
quickly settles into a joyous,
happy-go-lucky groove that
you can’t help but hope won’t
be ending in a hurry.
Thankfully, this is one
production where you really
do appreciate the extra screen
time and less-frenzied pacing.
FERRELL FAILS TO SOLVE CASE OF MISSING PLOT
THE comic health of popular
movie funnyman Will Ferrell
has been in a perpetual state
of coughing and spluttering
for some time now.
With the release of Holmes
& Watson, a very flat,
lethargic and largely laughterfree spoof, it now feels like
Ferrell has hit the last-gasp
stage of a once-robust career.
This send-up of all things
Sherlock Holmes — in which
Ferrell plays the legendary
literary detective as a Ron
Burgundy-like deluded
buffoon — is simply incapable
of getting any jokey party
started.
What makes it worse is
that the movie squanders
everything comedy fans were
hoping for from Ferrell’s longawaited reunion with his
great compadre John C. Reilly
as Watson.
Anyone who fell under the
magically bizarre spell of the
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humour goes unsolved
pair’s cult classics Talladega
Nights and Step Brothers will
be sorely disappointed by the
weak effort served up here.
Needless to say, Holmes
& Watson is bereft of both the
plotting and the premise that
might have helped this
stricken bird of a comedy take
flight.
There is a dastardly
scheme afoot to assassinate
Queen Victoria on her
upcoming journey aboard the
Titanic. In the meantime, a
string of random deaths leads
a super-sleuth like Holmes
to deduce that his longtime
nemesis Moriarty (Ralph
Fiennes) is back in the badguy business after a lengthy
absence.
Perhaps it is Moriarty who
will be ending the reign of
Queen Vic with the same
ruthless and untraceable
efficiency?
Who knows? And in this
case, who cares, and who is
laughing? Nobody, except
Ferrell and perhaps his bank
manager.
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THE damage bill from the worst
hailstorm to lash Sydney and the
NSW Central Coast in almost 20
years has more than doubled to
$300 million — and the fallout is
expected to climb.
According to the Insurance
Council of Australia’s latest estimate, the industry has received
60,000 claims and insured losses of
$300 million.
That reflects the ballooning cost
of the storm, which lashed NSW in
late December and was declared a
catastrophe by the ICA. The hailstorm, which damaged houses, businesses and cars, was the fifth
“catastrophic” natural disaster to be
declared during 2018.
Car insurance claims are expected to make up the bulk of the
claims lodged.
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disaster zones including Hornsby,
Liverpool, Sutherland, Campbelltown and the Hills district.
Some 5929 incidents had been responded to since the storm and 8929
calls had been made to the SES state
operation centre.
SES co-ordinator of duty operations Carmel Phillip said volunteers
had been “run off their feet” as they
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new year on a sour note amid
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index fell 88.6 points, or 1.6 per
cent, yesterday, ending the session at 5557.8 points. The
broader
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cent, to 5625.6.
After treading water in the
morning, the key indices
turned south after noon with
the release of figures showing
factory activity in China fell in
December for the first time in
more than two years.
There were losses across the
board, continuing the lacklustre trend of recent months.
CommSec market analyst
James Tao said: “It really has
been out with old, in with the
old. It’s really not the way we
wanted to start the new year.”
ANZ was the worst of the
big banks, its shares down
2.5 per cent to $23.86. Telstra
was down 2.8 per cent to $2.77.
Starpharma
tumbled
10.6 per cent to $1.06, despite
the Melbourne-based healthcare company announcing its
VivaGel condom had received
regulatory approval in Japan.
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shares
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its chief financial officer was
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the hailstorm would cost it $169 million before reinsurance kicked in.
Rival Suncorp, which operates a stable of insurance brands including
AAMI, GIO, Bingle, Apia and Shannons, said its reinsurance program
meant the maximum financial impact would be $250 million.
A QBE Insurance spokesman
said the company did not yet have a
number or value for claims but the
company expected motor claims
would make up the lion’s share.
Local insurers hedge their risks
by reinsuring with other, usually
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SES incident controller for the
Liverpool region David Henry said
at least 40 volunteers were on the
ground in the suburb. “Fatigue and
heat stress has been a bit of an issue
during Sydney’s heatwave so we’ve
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the morning or later in the evenings
to keep as cool as possible,” he said.
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MONEY
THE Australian dollar has
fallen to its lowest level against
the greenback in almost
three years.
Shortly after 1.30pm yesterday, the Aussie hit a nadir of
US70.02c — down US0.45c
from Tuesday — falling heavily after 12.22pm.
The last time it was so low
was in January and February
2016, when it fell to US68.28c.
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Chinese manufacturing figures
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Keeping
O
ver a decade the
Domain Pink Test in
Sydney has become
a national phenomenon
and is the largest sporting
fundraising initiative in
Australia.
The cricket community,
both on and off the field,
wear pink as a symbolic
show of support for those
experiencing breast cancer
and raise much needed funds
for the McGrath Foundation.
The aim is to raise funds to
place McGrath Breast Care
Nurses in communities
across Australia and support
the thousands of people
experiencing breast cancer
every year.
At the ground
W Pink up! — If you’re
at the SCG, pick up a
pink bandana with every
donation.
W Over 500 guests will
make their way to the Jane
McGrath High Tea.
Held over lunch on Day 3,
the hugely popular event is
one of the not to be missed
occasions, raising funds to
place McGrath Breast Care
Nurses in communities
across Australia.
The event is at Market
Canopies, Entertainment
Quarter, Moore Park on
Jane McGrath Day.
Buy tickets at www.
pinktest.com.au
Cricket community united
BEN HORNE
MITCHELL Starc doesn’t have to
look far in the dressing room to find
someone personally affected by
breast cancer.
The mother of fast-bowling comrade Pat Cummins, Maria, was diagnosed when the Australian star was
just seven years old.
For that reason, Cummins and
Starc are united together as ambassadors for the McGrath Foundation,
which is into its 11th year as the pillar of strength behind the Sydney
Pink Test.
This year Glenn McGrath has set
the ambitious goal of raising $2.1
million in his late wife Jane’s honour
to employ 15 more breast care nurses
around the country.
Starc’s wife Alyssa Healy also has
a personal reason to throw her support behind the cause as an official
ambassador. Former Australian
W Over 200 volunteers
each day will do their bit for
the McGrath Foundation
by raising much needed
funds around the ground in
collection tins.
W If the Test goes to Day 5,
entry will cost just a Gold
Coin, with all proceeds
going to the McGrath
Foundation
W Buy a 4 Pines “All
Out” Pink Draft beer at
Sydney Cricket Ground and
50 cents from each beer
sold will be donated to the
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women’s player Julia Price has herself been a breast cancer sufferer.
Healy would even love to see the
McGrath Foundation expand to
host a Pink women’s international
match every year as part of its
annual tradition.
Most cricketers have a profound
story to tell about how breast cancer
has affected their lives or the lives of
someone they hold dear.
Former Australian one-day batsman and Sheffield Shield stalwart
Michael Klinger more than anyone.
Klinger has also thrown his
weight behind the McGrath Foundation as a hands-on ambassador
following the heartbreaking diagnosis of his wife, Cindy, who had her
cancer spread to her spine.
McGrath said yesterday that it
was the personal touch that counts
and Healy said it was a cause that
inspired the cricket community.
“The SCG Test has just become
Truly special individuals providing much-needed support
EMMA BLAKE
JENNIFER Constandi’s father
died three days before she
started chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer and she
says she could not have got
through that period of her life
without the help of a McGrath
Breast Care Nurse.
“Sam was wonderful in
helping me through,” Jennifer
said. “I process things by talking about them and Sam is a
great listener.
“She comes and sees me
when I’m having treatment so
we can have a chat and she answers any questions myself or
my family have. You have to be
a really special person to work
in cancer and Sam certainly
fits this definition.”
Sam Burns became a
specialist McGrath nurse in
2016 so she could make a difference to the women who are
suffering from breast cancer,
and their families.
“I like to share my knowledge with them and provide
them with the information to
help them understand what’s
happening and to continue to
give them strength and make
them smile,” she said.
“Jen and I catch up weekly
when she comes in for her
chemotherapy and we just sit
there and chat about anything
and everything. We don’t just
talk about the breast cancer
stuff, nothing is off limits. If at
the end of our chat she is smiling and laughing, I know that I
have done my job.”
One in eight Australian
women will be diagnosed with
breast cancer by the age of 85
and around 50 people will be
diagnosed with breast cancer
every day this year.
The McGrath Foundation
raises money to place specialist McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across
Australia so people can access
them for free. The foundation
funds 120 nurses and has supported around 67,000 families
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Glenn McGrath
with the pink
cap-wearing
Australian team
and (inset)
Mitchell Starc
and Alyssa
Healy. Pictures:
Brett Costello
HOW YOU
CAN HELP
Beyond the SCG
W Bid on the McGrath
Foundation auction
— Rare items including
signed players’ shirts,
‘baggy pinks’and cricket
memorabilia will be
auctioned. Go to pinktest.
com.au to find out more.
W Visit one of the venues
‘Pinking Up’ across
Australia to celebrate the
Domain Pink Test. They
include: Club Central Menai,
PJ Gallaghers, Kings Cross
Hotel, ALH Group, Crows
Nest Hotel, The Soda
Factory, Bondi Icebergs
Club, The Taphouse, The
Clock, Seaton Hotel, Sample
Wine Bar, The Royal Hotel
Paddington, The Rowers
on Cooks River, 57 Hotel,
The Clovelly Hotel, Jamison
Hotel, Bar Cleveland,
Tolland Hotel, Narrabeen
Sands Hotel, The Brown Jug
Hotel, Boomerang Hotel,
Caringbah Hotel, Castle
Hill Tavern, Melton Hotel,
Summer Hill Hotel, Micky’s
Cafe, Phoenix Hotel,
Pioneer Tavern, The Ranch
Hotel, Toongabbie Hotel
To fibnd out more go to:
www.pinktest.com.au
in fighting insidious disease that touches all our lives
THE FOUNDATION
■ The McGrath Foundation began with Jane and Glenn
McGrath’s experience with breast cancer.
■ A number of years after Jane’s initial diagnosis, her cancer
returned. It was then she was introduced to a breast care
nurse, who provided comfort to her and her entire family.
■ Jane’s experience with a breast care nurse is what set the
mission for the foundation.
■ The McGrath Foundation raises money to place McGrath
Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia.
THE NURSES
■ McGrath Breast Care Nurses help individuals and their
families affected by breast cancer by providing physical,
psychological and emotional support from the time of
diagnosis and throughout treatment.
■ The support of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse is available
all about Jane McGrath day and
every single cricketer wants to be involved where they can to help out.
“And the McGrath Foundation is
doing some really wonderful things
for a lot of struggling women out
there.
across Australia — for free — in the private or public health
system. Check the website to find the nurse nearest you.
■ The McGrath Foundation funds 120 who have supported
more than 67,000 families since 2005.
THE PINK TEST
■ The foundation is celebrating 11 years of the Pink Test.
■ Traditionally named Ladies Day, day three of the Sydney
Pink Test has been renamed Jane McGrath Day.
■ The Pink Test has become the centrepiece of the Cricket
Australia and McGrath Foundation partnership.
■ The SCG becomes a sea of pink in honour of Jane McGrath,
and to help raise funds for McGrath Breast Care Nurses.
■ The McGrath Foundation is the official charity partner of
Cricket Cares, Cricket Australia’s community action program.
■ Over the past 11 years, the McGrath Foundation has received
help from more than 3000 volunteers during the Pink Test.
“To be involved and to help out in
any small way is something that
everyone is looking to jump at.
“It’s such a special day on the calendar and it’s always exciting to
watch, and I’m sure for the boys it’s
always exciting to play in.
“Breast cancer is so prevalent
throughout the country so you always know at least one or two people
who have been touched by it.
“For us to be involved and to be
able to help out in even the smallest
way that we can to make sure they’re
raising funds to get those breast care
nurses out there I think is the very
least we can do and we’re always
happy to help.”
Healy’s husband Starc first met
McGrath when he was just a kid and
the Test great was bowling for NSW.
Their relationship has grown
over the years and not just because
they share the trade and passion of
fast bowling.
“I think I remember meeting him
at Drummoyne Oval when NSW
played a one-day game there,” Starc
said. “I’ve been very fortunate and a
lot of other guys in the group have
been through cricket to have met
Glenn and seen some of the great
things the doundation does.
“I’m very fortunate to know
Glenn and extremely proud of what
Cricket Australia and the group do
to help the foundation, support the
Pink Test week and hopefully we’ll
see it continue to grow.”
and genuine warmth to patients
across Australia since
2005. But the demand for
these specialists continues
to grow and it costs around
$140,000 to employ a
nurse for a year.
“McGrath Breast Care
Nurses don’t just fix physical wounds, we provide
emotional support which
has a big impact on treatment,” Sam said. “Having a
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highly trained medical professional who is removed from
the situation is essential during
what can be an overwhelming
time.”
Burns said being diagnosed
with breast cancer was challenging and they were trained to
attend doctor appointments to
“decode” the medical language.
“We can also answer questions between specialist ap-
pointments and stay with
people with breast cancer
throughout their treatment
and beyond,” she said.
Every donation brings them
a little bit closer to meeting the
McGrath Foundation’s goal
for every family in Australia
experiencing breast cancer to
have access to a specialist
nurse, for free, no matter
where they live.
W Be a real cricket hero
and pink-up your
cricket game — Whether
you’re a backyard batter,
club cricketer or school
smasher…we want you on
our team! Bring the magic
of the Pink Test home by
hosting your very own Pink
Stumps Day. Grab your
mates, turn your pitch pink,
register your event and
we’ll send you one of our
Pink Stumps Day kits.
Host a Pink Stumps Day
cricket match this summer.
Register at pinkstumpsday.
com.au and receive a Pink
Stumps Day kit featuring
everything needed to turn
your cricket game pink.
W Share on social —
Help us celebrate the
Pink Test by sharing your
special Pink Test or Pink
Stumps Day moment on
social media with hashtag
#itsyourpinktest
McGrath Breast Care Nurse Samantha with patient Jennifer Constandi.
W Go to pinktest.com.
au to donate (and you
could win 500,000 Qantas
points)and find out how
else you can support.
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LAURA ALBULARIO
RICHIE Benaud wigs clashed with
rainbows of orange, white and
green when two of cricket’s biggest
supporter groups went head-tohead on the pitch yesterday.
There was also a tinge of pink in
the mix when the Indian cricket
team’s biggest supporter group,
The Swami Army, took on Richie
Benaud tribute group The Richies
for a fundraising match ahead of
the SCG Pink Test starting today.
The cricket-tragic groups had
already taken their rivalry from
the stands to the pitch on day one
of the Adelaide and Perth Tests
last month.
Yesterday at Moore Park, flags
flew, jumbo Channel 9 microphones were inflated and The Richies donned their trademark
Benaud cream jackets to take on
The Swami Army in a fun event
that aims to help the McGrath
Foundation reach its fundraising
target of $2.1 million, which will provide 15 breast care nurses for a year.
Swami Army operations head
Kartik Ayyalasomayajula said
some lighthearted sledging, showmanship and decent cricket skills
were on show.
“White-line fever comes into
play and it can get pretty competitive and intense,” Kartik said. “But
the main thing is it’s for a great
cause, and we want to make sure
the spectators have a great time.”
Richies co-founder and player
Michael Hennessy said the sledging was not always reserved for
The Swami Army.
“We’re not professional sports
people by any stretch of the imagination,” Hennessy said.
“We sledge our own team as
much as the opposition.
“The thing about the McGrath
Foundation is that it brings people
in the community together, especially cricket-lovers.”
A barbecue was fired up and
collection buckets passed around.
The money raised will go to the
McGrath Foundation to fund
breast care nurses in communities
across Australia.
A group of diehard supporters
started The Swami Army in 2003
during India’s tour of Australia.
It is now India’s largest group of
organised supporters with 60,000
members globally.
They can be seen cheering on
their heroes in designated areas at
every Test in Australia.
Members of The Swami Army and The
Richies at Reg Bartley Oval, Rushcutters Bay,
and (insets) Glenn McGrath and the Pink
Test at the SCG. Main picture: Brett Costello
A quirky bunch of mates started The Richies a decade ago as a
tribute to late Australian cricket
captain and revered Channel 9
commentator Benaud.
They are hard to miss with their
Benaud wigs and suits for which
Benaud was famous, and microphones provide the finishing touch.
The Richies’ numbers have
swelled to more than 1500 and
they are a regular feature on day
two of Test matches.
“Last year, we beat England’s
Barmy Army 4-0, but we haven’t
had much success with The Swami
Army,” Hennessy said.
“Either way, we always have a
few laughs and a beer together
afterwards.”
Now that their own “Test”
series has been completed,
Ayyalasomayajula is looking forward to the back-and-forth banter that occurs with The Richies
in the stands.
“The Richies are a great bunch
d. “We alof guys,’’ he said.
ways share somee banter in
the stadiums.
we’re
“Together,
going to get a bit of hype
n event.”
going at the main
As Benaud would have
said, it should be a marvellous
occasion.
Going into bat for a South Asian community th
LAURA ALBULARIO
Viji Dhayanathan, Anoop Johar, Manjula Sri-Pathma, Rugmini
Venkatraman, Shanta Viswanathan. Picture: Richard Dobson
IF you need to get an important
message out to the Indian and Sri
Lankan community, there are
few better forums than the
cricket pitch.
For grassroots breast cancer
awareness group, Pink Sari Inc,
the Pink Test provides an opportunity to spread the word about
mammograms and early detection among members of the
South Asian community.
“We try to attach our message
to things that are fun, and we all
know Indians breathe cricket,”
Pink Sari president Shantha
Viswanathan said.
Women from South Asian
backgrounds have some of the
state’s lowest rates of breast cancer screening. Before the Pink
Sari project was initiated in 2014,
just one in five women from
Tamil or Hindi-speaking backgrounds were getting mammograms, compared to half the
general population, within the
target age bracket of 50 to 74.
With early detection a key
factor in breast cancer survival
rates, this equates to thousands
of women at risk of undetected
breast cancer in one of the state’s
largest migrant communities.
The problem stems from
several factors.
“In my community, women
tend to be very focused on supporting the health of everyone
in their family, but don’t tend to
think about themselves,” Shantha said. “Modesty also stops
them, along with fear, a lack of
awareness, and a tendency to
keep quiet about personal
health matters.
“For new migrants, there may
be more pressing things to think
about as they get settled, and
looking after their health can
get shelved.”
Thanks to the efforts of Pink
Sari Inc volunteers, the message
is getting out. The number of
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THE FILES
tabFORM
»First race: 8.06am
»Daily Double: Races 5 and 7
»Early Quaddie: 1, 2, 3, 4
»Quaddie: 4, 5, 6, 7
»Big6: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
»Last race: 3.39am (Fri)
»Rail: Out 8m from the 1100m-winning
post, then out 6m for the remainder.
»Track: Good (4)
»TAB First 4: All races
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.
RACE 1 Welcome To 2019 Plate
2000m 1.20
Class 1 SW. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS&BOBS Extra Bonus available: $5,625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
3.
4.
EQ1
TRAINER
David Pfieffer
K J Parker
Ms G Markwell
Ms T Bateup
G K White
JOCKEY
T Berry
J Ford
C Lever
B Ryan (a2)
G Buckley
WGT
59
$3.30
59
*2.80
57
4.60
56.5 13.00
54.5 3.90
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Porky Pies hampered near 200m GOU Dec 20. 3. Dress Rehearsal
slowly away (3L) RAN Dec 15.
RACE 2 Canadian Club Handicap
1600m 1.55
EQ2
Class 1. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3.
4.
5.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
524s1sHAPPY SEVENTY twh
1
12s90 SINGLE STORY t Ⓑ
6
331s4tUBER LUX dw
4
s9669tRUBINO VELOCE dw
5
65s00 EMSHALKY t
2
s4318 TIOMO wh
3
6.
TRAINER
Ms G Markwell
P & P Snowden
J C Coyle
G Portelli
David Pfieffer
Donna Grisedale
JOCKEY
C Lever
C Reith
J Collett
R Dolan (a2)
T Berry
G Buckley
WGT
59
*2.10
57.5 15.00
57.5
3.60
57
13.00
54.5 3.30
54
21.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Single Story eased near 400m NEW Dec 8. 3. Uber Lux overraced middle
stages WYO Dec 19. 5. Emshalky blocked for run near 200m WAF Dec 22.
RACE 3 Shane Eades Transport Handicap
1400m 2.35
2.
7.
8.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
3.
9.
4.
10.
5.
TRAINER
P & P Snowden
P & P Snowden
R J Quinton
Ms K Waugh
Ms L Dean
C J Waller
John Thompson
J C Coyle
Ms T Bateup
K J Parker
G L Shaw
JOCKEY
SCRATCHED
C Reith
B Owen (a3)
J Collett
J Ford
T Berry
Ms R King
Ms K O’Hara
B Ryan (a2)
R Dolan (a2)
G Buckley
WGT
60
58.5
57.5
56.5
56.5
55.5
54.5
54.5
54
54
54
2.
6.
7.
11.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12.
FORM
s362s
9320s
888s1
1624s
7s2s1
s2s21
16064
0s505
40152
76292
5s71
12 17623
13 5s791
3.
8.
4.
9.
Shayne O’Cass
Ian Russell
Beau Wilding
1
1 MY KING’S COUNSEL
2 Porky Pies
5 Cool One
3 Dress Rehearsal
2 PORKY PIES
3 Dress Rehearsal
5 Cool One
1 My King’s Counsel
5 COOL ONE
2 Porky Pies
1 My King’s Counsel
3 Dress Rehearsal
1 MY KING’S COUNSEL
2 Porky Pies
5 Cool One
3 Dress Rehearsal
1 MY KING’S COUNSEL
2 Porky Pies
5 Cool One
3 Dress Rehearsal
2
3 UBER LUX
1 Happy Seventy
2 Single Story
5 Emshalky
3 xxUBER LUX
1 Happy Seventy
2 Single Story
5 Emshalky
5 xxxEMSHALKY
6 Tiomo
1 Happy Seventy
3 Uber Lux
1 HAPPY SEVENTY
2 Single Story
3 Uber Lux
5 Emshalky
2 SINGLE STORY
3 Uber Lux
5 Emshalky
1 Happy Seventy
3
3 xMY ZEBRINKA
2 Navigator
8 Lady Elizabeth
4 Judge Judi
3 MY ZEBRINKA
5 Myprayer
7 All Sassitude
8 Lady Elizabeth
8 LADY ELIZABETH
4 Judge Judi
3 My Zebrinka
10 Genoveffa
4 JUDGE JUDI
2 Navigator
5 Myprayer
7 All Sassitude
6 INHERIT
4 Judge Judi
2 Navigator
3 My Zebrinka
4
4 xxMISTEED
11 Efficiently
6 Sheriff
3 Make ‘Em Cry
7 SOIR DE LUNE
4 Misteed
3 Make ‘Em Cry
11 Efficiently
5 BAD BOY FOR LOVE
4 Misteed
11 Efficiently
2 Captain Manering
3 MAKE ‘EM CRY
11 Efficiently
6 Sheriff
4 Misteed
11 EFFICIENTLY
4 Misteed
3 Make ‘Em Cry
6 Sheriff
5
4 MICKS NEW CHICK
1 I’m A Legend
5 Musume
9 Rond De Jambe
5 xMUSUME
4 Micks New Chick
8 Chicansalade
1 I’m A Legend
3 xHAMOGANY
1 I’m A Legend
4 Micks New Chick
5 Musume
1 I’M A LEGEND
5 Musume
13 Storm Attack
9 Rond De Jambe
5 MUSUME
4 Micks New Chick
1 I’m A Legend
9 Rond De Jambe
6
7 EMERALD EARTH
9 Georgina Gold
3 Hemsted
1 Distracted
7 EMERALD EARTH
5 Rexx
13 Kashiwa
4 Kentford
11 PAGEANT QUEEN
10 My Demetra
7 Emerald Earth
3 Hemsted
3 HEMSTED
7 Emerald Earth
12 Elusive Nature
4 Kentford
3 HEMSTED
5 Rexx
9 Georgina Gold
12 Elusive Nature
7
6 xxxDEELBRAKA
1 Baanone
12 Age Of War
11 Actuarial
1 xxxBAANONE
6 Deelbraka
8 Flying Pierro
2 Happy Hustler
13 xxNIJINSKA
12 Age Of War
6 Deelbraka
7 Flying Mojo
6 DEELBRAKA
8 Flying Pierro
13 Nijinska
12 Age Of War
8 FLYING PIERRO
6 Deelbraka
11 Actuarial
1 Baanone
1300m 3.45
—
*3.50
8.00
4.40
7.00
13.00
4.00
8.00
34.00
21.00
41.00
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
FORM
222s3
7
9s332
s6222
7s
7s
8534s
7
0s
02s50
45s63
s84s5
43845
0s49
808s0
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
I’M A LEGEND
13 Matthew Vella
HONOUR OF CLARE
2 Jason Attard
HAMOGANY h Ⓑ
4 Ms G Markwell
MICKS NEW CHICK h
6 M P Tubman
MUSUME bh Ⓑ
5 Ms L Dean
PSICOPATICO
17 Jason Attard
MILAWA h
10 Ms G Markwell
CHICANSALADE h Ⓑ
8 Ms G Markwell
ROND DE JAMBE
9 E & L Longmire
TWO SEAS h Ⓑ
14 G W Murray
WORRIGEE STAR Ⓑ
11 R & L Price
Emergencies: (in order)
MONEGAL h Ⓑ
16 Ms T Bateup
STORM ATTACK h Ⓑ
1 K J Parker
BIG DATA h
12 Ms G Markwell
BANJO’S VOICE Ⓑ
3 W M Slinkard
BETTER NOT RAIN Ⓑ
15 Michelle Ritchie
REIBY RHYMER
7 Jason Attard
JOCKEY
R Dolan (a2)
K S Latham
C Lever
B Owen (a3)
A Hyeronimus
J Ford
T Marquand
C Reith
J Collett
G Buckley
Ms K O’Hara
WGT
60.5
57
56.5
56.5
56
55.5
55
54.5
54.5
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
A Layt
4.40
81.00
11.00
5.00
*2.10
41.00
81.00
11.00
8.00
41.00
41.00
23.00
18.00
18.00
23.00
101.00
101.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Honour Of Clare hampered at start GOU Dec 20. 5. Musume shifted out
near 100m, struck with another’s whip HAW Dec 9. 10. Two Seas slowly away NOW Dec 9. 12. Monegal checked near 400m GOU Dec 20. 14. Big Data slowly away CAN Dec 14. 16. Better Not Rain
wide throughout NOW Dec 9.
1300m 4.20
Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
10.
13.
JOCKEY
B Owen (a3)
R Dolan (a2)
A Hyeronimus
T Berry
M Bell
B Ryan (a2)
K S Latham
K Jennings
C Lever
Ms R King
C Reith
WGT
61
61
60
58
58
57.5
57
56.5
56.5
55.5
54.5
17.00
26.00
7.50
3.80
7.00
*3.30
23.00
61.00
11.00
19.00
6.50
J Ford
54
56.5
51.00
8.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 5. Bad Boy For Love shifted out in straight HAW Dec 16. 7. Soir De Lune
overraced near 1000m KEG Dec 15. 8. Cosimo blocked for run on straightening, struck interference
near 200m CAB Dec 16. 10. The Patrician shifted out near 400m, laid in concluding stages HAW
Dec 16.
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (2) Porky Pies blinkers on first time
RACE 3: (4) Judge Judi ear muffs pre-race only on first time; (5) Myprayer
blinkers on first time
RACE 4: (3) Make ‘Em Cry tongue-tie off first time
RACE 5: (9) Rond De Jambe lugging bit on first time
RACE 6: (5) Rexx gelded, lugging bit on first time, tongue-tie on first time;
(7) Emerald Earth lugging bit on first time, tongue-tie on first time; (8)
Eternity blinkers on first time; (11) Pageant Queen nose roll on first time
RACE 7: (11) Actuarial winkers on first time
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1500m 4.55
1.
EQ4 RACE 6 Blg Business Advisers Plate
5.
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
ABERRATION n
12 G A Ryan
CAPTAIN MANERING twh 13 Ms G Markwell
MAKE ‘EM CRY cw Ⓑ
10 G Waterhouse & A Bott
MISTEED w Ⓑ
4 P & P Snowden
BAD BOY FOR LOVE w
9 Matthew Vella
SHERIFF dh Ⓑ
3 R & L Price
SOIR DE LUNE h
2 Ms G Markwell
COSIMO
11 Lauri Wray
JUAPHIKOA cwh
6 Ms G Markwell
THE PATRICIAN tw
1 R L Pearse
EFFICIENTLY d Ⓑ
5 James Cummings
Emergencies: (in order)
ANNE’S GIFT dw
7 Ms K Outtrim
ALL SASSITUDE d
8 John Thompson
RACE 7 Happy New Year Plate
Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1200m 3.10
Benchmark 64. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980;
5th $1280. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
Simon Thomas
RACE 5 Markey Saddlery Handicap
STEWARDS REPORT: 5. Myprayer laid in in straight HAW Dec 9. 8. Lady Elizabeth eased near
400m, laid in concluding stages HAW Dec 16.
RACE 4 Anytime Fitness Albion Pk
on SKY1, SKY Thoroughbred Central
Maiden. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
6.
11.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
335s8 BULL MARKET d
10
3s11ssNAVIGATOR c Ⓑ
5
23373sMY ZEBRINKA t
1
2150s JUDGE JUDI
2
s3424 MYPRAYER th
9
17s86 INHERIT Ⓑ
4
5s791 ALL SASSITUDE
6
45s52 LADY ELIZABETH td
11
625s5 TITANESS dwh
7
15s86 GENOVEFFA dh
8
7s666 UH OH wh
3
TAB CODE: SR
EQ3
Class 2. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
races today
Ray Thomas
5.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
16s74 MY KING’S COUNSEL
5
0s974 PORKY PIES ch
2
66257tDRESS REHEARSAL h
1
80s95sAMERICAN ENEMY h
3
25s54sCOOL ONE
4
Kembla Grangee
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
FORM
36s52
s2849
s78s5
245s4
9
24s2
77374
s4565
s8892
40
8
28s32
8s46
0
15
7
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
BAANONE
3 Bjorn Baker
HAPPY HUSTLER
2 Ms E Potowski
NEPTUNE h
1 K J Parker
TRADES STAR
7 W M Slinkard
CAJUN MUSIC Ⓑ
11 James Cummings
DEELBRAKA b Ⓑ
15 C Maher & D Eustace
FLYING MOJO Ⓑ
8 A & E Cummings
FLYING PIERRO Ⓑ
4 C J Waller
MR COSTIGAN Ⓑ
12 M C Conners
TICKET KEEPER
9 T R Martin
ACTUARIAL Ⓑ
13 M, W & J Hawkes
AGE OF WAR b Ⓑ
5 G Portelli
NIJINSKA
10 Joseph Pride
SEAU Ⓑ
14 Mark Newnham
Emergency
HONOUR OF CLARE
6 Jason Attard
JOCKEY
J Collett
C Lever
A Layt
B Owen (a3)
C Reith
T Marquand
K Jennings
G Schofield
J Van Overmeire (a)
R Hutchings
T Berry
Ms D Panya
J Ford
R Dolan (a2)
WGT
59
59
59
59
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
5.50
17.00
51.00
15.00
21.00
*2.30
10.00
8.50
34.00
41.00
26.00
12.00
15.00
26.00
59
101.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Baanone fractious in barriers, warning - barrier manners NEW Dec 22.
2. Happy Hustler slowly away HAW Dec 9. 5. Cajun Music wide throughout HAW Dec 9. 6. Deelbraka slowly away, eased near 400m KEG Dec 15. 9. Mr Costigan hampered near 1200m GOU Dec
20. 10. Ticket Keeper overraced early, middle stages HAW Dec 16. 15. Honour Of Clare hampered
at start GOU Dec 20.
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 2200m. STRAIGHT: 420m. DIRECTION: Clockwise.
LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): K S Latham (13 wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER (with runners): Ms G Markwell (30 wins past 12 mths). FAVS
RECORD (past 3 yrs): 33.69% Win 36.64% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs):
1400m (4)-26wins. TRAINER CHANGES: R3 (4) was trained by Bjorn Baker
now Ms K Waugh. R4 (1) was trained by Benjamin Smith now G A Ryan. R5 (6)
was trained by C J Waller now Jason Attard. R6 (5) was trained by T J Gollan
now C J Waller.
note: Greyhound meetings can be found in
FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
1
8 DISTRACTED Ⓑ
12 James Cummings
2
GOLDEN BOY h Ⓑ
15 Ms G Markwell
3 2s432 HEMSTED Ⓑ
17 James Cummings
4 6s674 KENTFORD
7 David Payne
5
00stREXX Ⓑ
11 C J Waller
6
BREATH OF WIND
13 R J Quinton
7 57s23 EMERALD EARTH b
1 A & E Cummings
8
ETERNITY Ⓑ
16 R J Quinton
9
6 GEORGINA GOLD
6 M, W & J Hawkes
10
MY DEMETRA
4 P & P Snowden
11
PAGEANT QUEEN h Ⓑ 2 Ms G Markwell
Emergencies: (in order)
12 5s356 ELUSIVE NATURE b Ⓑ 9 T R Martin
13 7s668 KASHIWA
8 C J Waller
14 s6905 THE SINNERMAN
5 L J Bridge
15
7 SLIGHT ADJUSTMENT
3 Mark Newnham
16 938s7 RUSSIAN AHEAD Ⓑ
10 G Portelli
17
7 BEAUFORT PARK
14 G A Ryan
JOCKEY
B Spriggs
K S Latham
C Reith
A Hyeronimus
G Schofield
B Ryan (a2)
K Jennings
T Wolfgram
T Berry
M Bell
C Lever
WGT
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57
57
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
17.00
31.00
*4.20
7.00
4.80
51.00
4.40
31.00
12.00
9.00
7.50
55.5
5.50
J Ford
57.5
5.50
Chris C Williams (a3) 59 126.00
R Dolan (a2)
55.5 17.00
55.5 81.00
57.5 14.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 3. Hemsted wide throughout HAW Dec 16. 7. Emerald Earth ran wide
early stages HAW Dec 9. 9. Georgina Gold poor post-race recovery HAW Dec 9. 12. Elusive Nature checked near 400m GOU Dec 20. 13. Kashiwa slowly away, inquiry into performance, blocked
for run in straight NEW Dec 22. 14. The Sinnerman blocked for run on straightening HAW Dec 9.
15. Slight Adjustment shifted in at start HAW Dec 16. 16. Russian Ahead jumped awkwardly GOU
Dec 20. 17. Beaufort Park slowly away, hampered near 800m, blocked for run near 100m GOU Dec
20.
Note: Official start times correct at time of printing.
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gallops: San Isidro (ARG), Gulfstream (USA), Turf Paradise (USA),
Kawasaki, Vaal (SAF), Deauville (FRA), Ludlow (UK), Southwell (UK),
Meydan (Dubai), Chelmsford City (UK)
harness:
Northfield Park (USA), Rangiora (NZ), Bjerke (NOR),
Vincennes (FRA), Cagnes Sur Mer (FRA)
greyhounds:
Addington (NZ), Daytona Beach, Healesville,
Shepparton, Hatrick (NZ), Warrnambool, Albion Park, Sandown Park, Angle
Park, Hobart, Mandurah, Sunderland, Perry Barr, Crayford, Sheffield
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28 RACING
KEMBLA GRANGE
COMMENT
RACE 1
EQ1
Class 1 SW
1.20 (2000m)
1. MY KING’S COUNSEL (5) 59
b g 4 Myboycharlie (IR) — Lady’s Counsel (NZ)
(David Pfieffer)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$31,170
8
1
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
—
5
3
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1850 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 12.5%
PLACE: 37.5%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 243416s74
2ND, 05Jun18 1.5L, 3.8L Goulburn 3yo Mdn
1300m 58 (C Reith 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:18.73 (Last
600m 35.96), Soft(5), Napoli 59 1, Outpointed
Magpie 55 3, Sparman 57 4, Btg $6.50, $8.50
Last to turn. Fractious in barriers. Passed fit at
barrier. Warning - barrier manners.
4TH, 23Jun18 1.1L Newcastle 3yo Mdn
1400m 58.5 (M Bell 4) 7, Lim 54, 1:25.45 (Last
600m 35.22), Soft(6), Gayatri 56 1, Be Mindful
58 2, Time Of Glory 56 3, Btg $7.00, $7.50 2nd
to 800m, led turn. Inquiry into performance.
Overraced early stages.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 25Jul18 0.5L, 4L Canterbury 3yo Mdn
1550m 57.5 (K Mc Evoy 4) 5, Lim 53, 1:34.07 (Last
600m 35.44), Good(4), Resonare 53.5 1, I’m A
Legend 59.5 2, Be Mindful 58.5 4, Btg $5.00,
$7.00 4th settling, Last to turn.
4TH, 09Aug18 2.7L Kembla Grange 4yo
and UP Mdn 1600m 59 (K Mc Evoy 7) 7, Lim
54.5, 1:35.89 (Last 600m 37.04), Good(3),
Chocolatier 58.5 1, Highjacker 57 2, Kooza 58 3,
Btg $3.80, $4.60 Last to 800m, 6th turn. Eased
at start.
WON, 16Aug18 nck, 1L Newcastle Mdn 1850m
59 (T Berry 12) 12, Set weights, 1:56.95 (Last
600m 37.34), Good(3), Fidele’s Choice 57 2,
Shadow Of Mordor 59 3, Stage Pass 57 4, Btg
$3.80, $4.20, $4.00 10th settling, 6th to 800m,
3rd turn. Laid in in straight.
6TH, 06Sep18 4.8L Gosford Bm64 2100m
59.5 (T Berry 8) 8, Lim 54, 2:16.52 (Last 600m
38.05), Soft(7), Flagpoles 57 1, Mohican 55 2, Le
Sacre Blur 56 3, Btg $4.60, $5.00, $4.60 (eq fav).
7th to 1200m, 6th 800m, 7th turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- SPELL --7TH, 02Dec18 6.3L Newcastle C,H&G’s Cls 2
1400m 56.5 (C Brown 3) 9, Lim 54, 1:23.44 (Last
600m 35.52), Good(4), Fuchu 55.5 1, Toroso 59.5
2, Battle Zone 55 3, Btg $13.00, $15.00 8th to
800m, Last turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 26Dec18 2.9L Newcastle Bm64 1890m
59 (R Hutchings 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:57.37 (Last
600m 33.66), Good(4), Wild About Her 59.5 1,
Hammond Lane 58.5 2, Dynamic Dynasty 55.5
including 0.5 over 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00, $26.00
5th to turn.
Far from disgraced at Newcastle at latest.
Fitter for two runs back. Take a power of
beating.
2. PORKY PIES (2) 59
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P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$40,220
11
1
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
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6
2
3
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
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3rds
—
—
1
1
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TRACK: 3:1-1-0
DIST: 3:1-1-1
Won over: 2000 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 9.1%
PLACE: 36.4%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 46423130s974
4TH, 15Mar18 2.2L Goulburn 3yo Mdn 1200m
57 (N Callow 1) 13, Set weights, 1:11.08 (Last
600m 36.95), Good(3), Swiss 55 1, Lady Of Kos
55 2, Missed Out 57 3, Btg $8.00, $8.50 4th to
800m, 3rd turn. Hampered near 200m.
6TH, 26Mar18 4.3L Goulburn Mdn 1400m
58.5 (J Grisedale 10) 10, Set weights, 1:24.01
(Last 600m 36.73), Good(3), Subban 58.5 1,
Everlasting Love 56.5 2, Happy Hustler 59 3, Btg
$9.00, $10.00, $7.50 6th settling, 5th 800m,
6th turn. Wide throughout.
4TH, 10Apr18 7L Moruya Cls 1 1650m 55 (J
Ford 6) 12, Set weights, 1:39.74 (Last 600m
35.40), Good(3), Etymology 59 1, Image Neat
59 2, Sonnets 57 3, Btg $31.00 4th to 800m,
3rd turn.
2ND, 21Apr18 0.5L, 1.5L Kembla Grange Mdn
2000m 57.5 (K Jennings 1) 10, Set weights,
2:05.13 (Last 600m 34.36), Good(3), Twilighter
55.5 1, Semper Fidelis 55.5 3, Grey Eminence 54.5
4, Btg $21.00, $13.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Blocked for a run near turn. Laid out in straight.
3RD, 03May18 3L, 1.5L Wyong Mdn 2100m
58 (K Jennings 2) 12, Set weights, 2:11.60 (Last
600m 36.21), Soft(5), Nothing Too Hard 58 1,
Britannicus 58 2, Regal Rage 58 4, Btg $3.20,
$4.20 8th to turn. Overraced early, middle
stages.
WON, 17May18 3L, 0.8L Kembla Grange Cls 1
2000m 55 (J Penza 10) 11, Set weights, 2:05.03
(Last 600m 34.86), Good(4), Saint Katarina 55.5
2, Ollie The Third 59 3, Twilighter 55.5 4, Btg
$7.00, $7.50, $4.00 2nd settling, led to turn.
Inquiry into performance.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 09Jun18 0.5L, 1L Randwick 3yo Bm72
2000m 57 (J Penza 11) 13, Lim 53, 2:09.72 (Last
600m 37.36, Last 200m 12.96), Heavy(9), Jolly
Honour 58 1, Laussel 56.5 2, Via Veneto 55 4, Btg
$7.50, $11.00 6th settling, 2nd turn.
10TH, 20Jun18 20.9L Canterbury 3yo Bm70
1900m 58 (J Penza 3) 11, Lim 53, 2:03.47 (Last
600m 39.18), Heavy(9), Monsieur Sisu 56 1,
Boomtown Rat 58.5 2, Via Veneto 56 3, Btg
$5.00, $3.80, $4.60 (eq fav). 4th to 800m,
8th turn. Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no
abnormalities, ordered to trial.
--- SPELL --9TH, 17Nov18 10.7L Kembla Grange Bm64
1400m 60 (A Layt 1) 10, Lim 55.5, 1:27.14 (Last
600m 36.65), Heavy(9), Bolord 56.5 1, He’s
A Given 60.5 2, Prima Stella 59 3, Btg $12.00,
$9.00 4th to turn. Slowly away. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
7TH, 30Nov18 8.8L Canterbury-N Bm70
1900m 57 (J Ford 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:57.81 (Last
600m 36.07), Soft(5), Tunero 57 1, Via Veneto 56
2, San Francisco 59 3, Btg $21.00, $51.00, $41.00
7th throughout.
4TH (D.H.), 20Dec18 4.9L Goulburn Cls 1
2100m 59 (A Layt 3) 13, Set weights, 2:10.32
(Last 600m 37.84), Good(4), Picaro 55 1, Opera
Tickets 56.5 2, Celebrator 56.5 3, Btg $6.50,
$9.00 4th settling, 3rd to turn. Hampered near
200m.
Went to line only fairly at Goulburn last
start. Drawn well. Right in this.
3. DRESS REHEARSAL (1) 57
br m 6 New Approach (IR) — Choose To Dream
(Ms G Markwell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$62,645
27
1
4
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
27
—
20
5
2
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
1
—
3rds
—
2
—
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—
TRACK: 16:0-3-0
DIST: 5:0-0-0
Won over: 2100 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-1
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 3.7%
PLACE: 25.9%
RTG: 52
LAST 15 STARTS: s85445543266257
6TH, 24Jun17 6.3L Kembla Grange Mdn
1600m 55 (Ms J Taylor 11) 12, Lim 55, 1:38.83
(Last 600m 35.08), Good(3), Gravitate 56 1,
Equipped 59 2, Mozart’s Work 52.5 3, Btg $9.00,
$13.00 10th to 1200m, Last to turn. Hampered
at start.
--- FRESHENED --10TH, 22Jul17 2.8L Kembla Grange F&M’s
Mdn 1400m 54 (J Grisedale 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:25.39
(Last 600m 35.33), Good(3), Canberra 56.5 1,
Gaytime Girl 56.5 2, Estafette 59 3, Btg $26.00,
$31.00 7th to 800m, 10th turn.
4TH, 10Aug17 1.8L Kembla Grange Mdn
2000m 57 (T Angland 6) 8, Set weights, 2:05.60
(Last 600m 35.82), Good(3), Seething Drake 59
1, Lebron 59 2, Chilli Beauty 57 3, Btg $16.00,
$10.00, $12.00 3rd to turn. Slowly away (2L).
2ND, 26Aug17 1.3L, lng nck Beaumont Cls 1
2200m 54.5 (J Penza 3) 7, Set weights, 2:20.16
(Last 600m 35.32), Soft(6), Celebris 59 1, Vindex
56.5 3, Esempio 55 4, Btg $8.00, $6.50, $7.00
6th settling, 5th 1200m, 4th 800m, 3rd turn.
Slowly away (2L).
WON, 05Sep17 1/2 nck, 1L Beaumont Cls 1
2100m 54.5 (J Adams 10) 12, Set weights, 2:13.45
(Last 600m 37.41), Good(3), Tokyo King 59 2,
Zedge 54.5 3, Ophaeo Rose 54.5 4, Btg $5.00,
$5.50 10th settling, Last to 800m, 10th turn.
6TH, 15Sep17 10.4L Newcastle Bm69 2300m
55 (K S Latham 5) 7, Lim 54, 2:26.92 ((class
record) Last 600m 35.61), Good(4), Bella
Galeano 55.5 1, Bon Equus 56 2, Sakhumzi 56
3, Btg $13.00, $17.00 5th settling, Last to turn.
Slowly away (2L). Overraced early stages.
--- SPELL --8TH, 24Mar18 10.1L Kembla Grange Cls 2
1400m 54 (S Pollard 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:25.58
(Last 600m 35.02), Heavy(8), Ridicule 57.5 1,
Dark Dream 58 2, Master Agar 56 3, Btg $61.00,
$101.00 Last to turn. Slowly away.
5TH, 07Apr18 3.2L Kembla Grange Bm66
1600m 56 (J Grisedale 4) 6, Lim 54, 1:38.40
(Last 600m 33.49), Good(3), Devil’s Lair 58 1,
Bolord 58.5 2, Lani Girl 57 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00
5th to 1200m, Last to turn. Slowly away.
4TH, 26Apr18 2.4L Kembla Grange Bm65
2000m 56 (J Grisedale 3) 7, Lim 54, 2:06.66
(Last 600m 34.21), Good(3), La Courbette 62
1, Celebris 58 2, Saint Katarina 56 3, Btg $17.00,
$41.00 6th settling, 5th 1200m, 6th to turn.
Slowly away. Blocked for a run near turn.
4TH, 05May18 9.4L Newcastle Cls 2 2365m 52
(B Ryan 5) 6, Lim 54, 2:30.02 ((track record) Last
600m 34.40), Soft(5), Equipped 59 1, Mister
Maker 54 2, Pressing Matters 54 3, Btg $6.00,
$8.00 5th to 1200m, 4th to turn. Slowly away.
5TH, 17May18 5.4L Kembla Grange Cls 1
2000m 57 (J Grisedale 5) 11, Set weights,
2:05.03 (Last 600m 34.86), Good(4), Porky
Pies 55 1, Saint Katarina 55.5 2, Ollie The Third 59
3, Btg $26.00, $81.00 Last settling, 9th 1200m,
8th to turn. Slowly away. Blocked for a run on
straightening.
5TH, 02Jun18 3.1L Kembla Grange Bm65
2400m 54 (J Adams 1) 6, Lim 54, 2:34.69 (Last
600m 36.28), Good(4), Thunder Road 57.5 1,
Pioneertown 61.5 2, Everly Girl 54 3, Btg $7.00,
$8.50, $8.00 5th to 1200m, 3rd to turn.
4TH, 21Jun18 7.5L Hawkesbury 4yo and UP
Cls 1 2000m 57 (K S Latham 6) 7, Set weights,
2:04.92 (Last 600m 35.05), Soft(5), Kuiper Belt
59 1, Ticket To Riches 57 2, Antonio’s Pride 59 3,
Btg $6.50, $10.00 Last to turn.
3RD, 10Jul18 1.5L, 7.5L Newcastle Cls 1 2360m
57 (K S Latham 3) 6, Set weights, 2:28.64 (Last
600m 36.11), Good(4), Diamond Star Halo 54 1,
Hendo’s Magic 57.5 2, Red Centre Ruby 57 4, Btg
$17.00, $21.00 Last to 800m, 4th turn. Slowly
away (2L).
2ND, 21Jul18 3L, 1/2 hd Kembla Grange Cls 1
2400m 57 (S Pollard 5) 6, Lim 54, 2:33.50 (Last
600m 36.62), Good(3), Everly Girl 57 1, Foxy
Touch 54 3, Water Line 55 4, Btg $4.00, $5.50
Last settling, 5th to 800m, 3rd turn. Slowly
away.
6TH, 04Aug18 4.8L Kembla Grange Bm64
2400m 54 (S Pollard 5) 7, Lim 54, 2:31.89 (Last
600m 36.56), Good(3), More Moet 59.5 1, Everly
Girl 57.5 2, Hierarchal 57 3, Btg $9.00, $13.00 Last
settling, 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Slowly away.
Hampered early stages.
--- LET-UP --6TH, 22Sep18 3.4L Kembla Grange Cls 1
2000m 57 (S Pollard 2) 8, Set weights, 2:05.74
(Last 600m 35.80), Good(3), Ilwendo 59 1, Mr
Beasley 56.5 2, Plea Bargain 56.5 3, Btg $16.00,
$26.00 8th to 800m, Last turn. Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 27Oct18 lng hd, hd Kembla Grange Cls
1 2400m 57 (C Lever 4) 9, Set weights, 2:33.81
(Last 600m 36.43), Good(4), Plea Bargain 56.5
1, Heartlet 57 3, Mr Beasley 56.5 4, Btg $26.00,
$21.00 Last settling, 8th to 800m, 5th turn.
Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 25Nov18 1.7L Goulburn Bm66 2300m
55.5 (C Brown 6) 9, Lim 54, 2:25.84 (Last 600m
36.43), Good(4), Confidential 55 1, Bocain 57 2,
Red Heat 56 3, Btg $8.00, $9.00 Last to turn.
LAST, 15Dec18 15.2L Randwick (LR) Christmas
Cup 2400m 53 (T Clark 5) 7, Lim 53, 2:31.09
(Last 600m 36.26, Last 200m 13.42), Soft(6),
Our Century 58.5 1, Exoteric 57.5 2, Destiny’s Kiss
59 3, Btg $101.00, $61.00 Last to turn. Slowly
away (3L).
Meeting easier opposition here. Good
draw. Can’t be taken lightly.
4. AMERICAN ENEMY (3) 56.5
ch g 4 Americain (US) — Enemy Dragline (Ms T
Bateup)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2395
12
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—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
9
2
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: 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: 00s9846880s95
LAST, 16Sep17 8.6L Gold Coast Mdn 1100m
55 (Shannon Doyle 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:04.61 (Last
600m 34.66), Good(3), Che Bella Vita 54 1,
Haiku’s Way 54 2, Crab Boy 57 3, Btg $6.50,
$11.00 9th to 800m, 8th turn. Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --10TH, 28Oct17 7.2L Gold Coast C,H&G’s Mdn
1200m 54 (Baylee Nothdurft 1) 11, Lim 55, 1:10.46
(Last 600m 34.21), Good(4), Granola State 54 1,
Lord Of The Dreamz 59 2, Zofast 57.5 3, Btg
$26.00, $61.00, $51.00 3rd to 800m, 8th turn.
--- SPELL --9TH, 21Apr18 15.2L Gold Coast 3yo Mdn
1200m 57.5 (Matthew Palmer 9) 11, Lim 54,
1:09.76 (Last 600m 33.89), Good(4), Captivator
56 1, Notonya Nelly 56.5 2, Ella Divine 56 3, Btg
$51.00, $101.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Laid in near turn. Laid in in straight.
LAST, 09May18 13.5L Gold Coast (Metro)
C,H&G’s Mdn 1200m 57 (M Paget 1) 8, Lim
54, 1:13.12 (Last 600m 36.02), Heavy(8),
Snipstream 59 1, Able Fun 58 2, Deep Blue Sea
59 3, Btg $71.00, $81.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
Inconvenienced at start.
--- FRESHENED --4TH (D.H.), 02Jun18 2.6L Gold Coast Mdn
1400m 56 (Shannon Doyle 6) 11, Lim 54, 1:24.02
, Good(3), Sequablur 55.5 1, Lola’s Diamond 56.5
2, Astana 54 3, Btg $71.00, $81.00, $71.00 6th to
turn. Checked at start.
6TH, 16Jun18 6.4L Gold Coast C,H&G’s Mdn
1300m 54 (J Murphy 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.34 (Last
600m 35.15), Good(4), Wallander 56 1, Buxton
55.5 2, Queachy 56 3, Btg $21.00 5th to turn.
Hampered at start.
8TH, 04Jul18 11.5L Ipswich (Metro) Mdn
1666m 55 (Ms T Harrison 8) 9, Lim 54, 1:43.03
(Last 600m 35.72), Soft(5), Without Revenge 56
1, Cedar Rapids 54 2, Sir Plucka 54 3, Btg $7.50,
$13.00, $12.00 2nd settling, led to 800m, 2nd
turn. Ran wide early stages.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 29Jul18 8.8L Sunshine Coast Mdn
1400m 53 (J Murphy 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:26.15 (Last
600m 36.37), Good(4), Moreska Sword 57.5 1,
Big Buds 58 2, Mystic Eyes 56.5 3, Btg $26.00
8th throughout.
10TH, 14Aug18 6.5L Lismore Mdn 1516m 55.5
(Ms R Palmer 8) 14, Lim 55.5, 1:31.04 (Last 600m
36.46), Good(4), Red Flyer 55.5 1, Indian Rocks
56.5 2, Cedar Rapids 55.5 3, Btg $31.00, $15.00
4th to 800m, 5th turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Blundered near 1000m. Hampered near 200m.
--- SPELL --LAST, 10Nov18 9.4L Goulburn C,H&G’s
Mdn 1300m 59 (Billy Owen 5) 9, Set weights,
1:17.63 (Last 600m 35.46), Good(4), Zeppelin
59 1, Chouxtorial 59 2, Ladies’ Gem 59 3, Btg
$61.00, $71.00 6th to 800m, 5th turn. Struck
interference at start. Laid in throughout.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 03Dec18 2.7L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1608m 59 (B Ryan 7) 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 $41.00,
$51.00 3rd settling, 4th 1200m, 3rd 800m, led
turn.
--- FRESHENED --10TH, 31Dec18 11.4L Nowra Mdn 1600m 59
(B Ryan 6) 12, Set weights, 1:37.35 (Last 600m
36.45), Soft(5), Ahmad 59 1, Hotel Amour 59 2,
Heroic Fighter 57.5 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00 Last to
800m, 11th turn.
Freshened. Wasn’t all that far away at
Sapphire Coast last time out. Place appeal
only.
5. COOL ONE (4) 54.5
b m 5 Dane Shadow — Zeltrice (NZ) (G K White)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$20,730
9
—
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
7
2
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Wins
—
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—
2nds
—
2
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3rds
—
1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 7362425s54
7TH, 01Jul17 7.6L Newcastle 3yo , Fillies Mdn
1200m 56 (G Buckley 5) 9, Set weights, 1:12.32
(Last 600m 34.73), Soft(5), Schifty Thinker 54 1,
Dazzles 56 2 dead heat, Casino Angel 56 2 dead
heat, Btg $9.00, $16.00 6th to 800m, 5th turn.
Slowly away (2L).
3RD, 16Jul17 0.8L, 1L Hawkesbury Mdn
1300m 57.5 (C Brown 6) 11, Lim 56, 1:18.83 (Last
600m 35.25), Good(4), Seeking Affection 56.5
1, Lugard Road 56 2, Jaxim 57.5 4, Btg $5.00,
$4.60, $4.80 8th to turn.
6TH, 03Aug17 2.6L Hawkesbury Mdn 1500m
56.5 (T Clark 3) 12, Lim 55, 1:30.73 (Last 600m
34.94), Good(4), Dragon’s Shadow 53.5 1, Social
Element 59 2, Sacred Edge 57 3, Btg $6.50,
$12.00 7th settling, 9th turn. Slowly away.
Checked early stages. Blocked for a run in
straight.
--- LET-UP --2ND, 08Oct17 2L, 2.8L Hawkesbury Mdn
1300m 57 (M Bell 1) 4, Set weights, 1:16.49 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.61), Good(3), Laussel 54.5
1, Lugard Road 57 3, Mr Beasley 59 4, Btg $4.80,
$7.00 3rd to turn. Hampered near 200m.
4TH, 26Oct17 8.7L Hawkesbury Mdn 1500m
57 (M Bell 7) 10, Set weights, 1:30.03 (Last 600m
36.24), Soft(5), Sweet Victory 54.5 1, Sansa 54.5
2, Strome 54.5 3, Btg $13.00, $21.00 6th settling,
5th 1200m, 2nd to turn. Overraced early stages.
2ND, 10Nov17 0.5L, 1L Bathurst Cls 1 1800m
54.5 (G Buckley 1) 12, Set weights, 1:51.07 (class
record), Good(3), Praise Songs 57 1, Capeabeel
57 3, Cowboy Hour 55.5 4, Btg $3.20, $3.50,
$2.80 (fav). 7th settling, 6th to 800m, 4th turn.
Laid out near 200m.
5TH, 25Nov17 10.8L Gosford Mdn 2100m
57 (G Buckley 9) 9, Set weights, 2:10.26 ((class
record) Last 600m 36.67), Good(3), Cheung
Fun 59 1, Kadoma Man 57 2, Geegeeaye 59 3,
Btg $3.50, $4.00 6th to 1200m, 7th 800m, 5th
turn. Hampered at start. Checked near 400m.
--- SPELL --5TH, 23Nov18 3.4L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
57 (C Brown 2) 10, Set weights, 1:16.52 (Last
600m 33.37), Good(3), Polhampton 55.5 1,
Musume 55.5 2, Niccirose 57.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$13.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn. Eased near
1200m. Overraced middle stages. Laid in near
200m.
4TH, 09Dec18 2L Hawkesbury Mdn 1500m 57
(C Reith 5) 9, Set weights, 1:30.76 (Last 600m
34.14), Good(3), Walkinshaw 57.5 1, Our Dawn
55.5 2, Emerald Earth 57 3, Btg $6.00, $5.00 2nd
settling, 3rd 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Since registered sht nk win Layton Abbey,
Hotel Amour 1200m W Farm barrier trial
(C1) Soft(5) Dec 27. Freshened. Wasn’t all
that far away at Hawkesbury at latest. Nice
gate. Must be considered.
RACE 2
EQ2
Class 1
1.55 (1600m)
1. HAPPY SEVENTY (1) 59
b g 4 Tickets — Elegant Beauty (NZ) (Ms G
Markwell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$25,270
5
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
3
—
2
—
Wins
—
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—
1
—
2nds
—
1
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3rds
—
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TRACK: 4:1-1-0
DIST: 1:0-1-0
Won over: 1300 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 60
LAST 15 STARTS: 5524s1
5TH, 10Mar18 3.1L Hawkesbury Mdn
1300m 57.5 (J Grisedale 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.86
(Last 600m 34.42), Good(3), Jaxim 54 1, Bell
Serenade 54 2, Usurp 56 3, Btg $21.00, $41.00
4th to 800m, 6th turn.
LAST, 24Mar18 3.8L Kembla Grange Mdn
1400m 58.5 (K S Latham 3) 5, Set weights,
1:27.69 (Last 600m 34.49), Heavy(8), Devil’s
Lair 58.5 1, Kathmandu 59 2, Kaffka 56.5 3, Btg
$9.00, $12.00, $7.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
Hampered early stages.
2ND, 07Apr18 sht nck, 2.3L Kembla Grange
Mdn 1600m 58.5 (S Pollard 7) 9, Set weights,
1:38.71 (Last 600m 34.53), Good(3), Touch Of
Mink 56.5 1, Triplicate 58.5 3, Reference 59 4,
Btg $17.00, $21.00 2nd throughout. Laid out
near 100m.
4TH, 21Apr18 1.8L Kembla Grange Mdn
1500m 58.5 (S Pollard 8) 9, Set weights, 1:31.77
(Last 600m 34.17), Good(3), Doctor Manhattan
58.5 1, Miss Jenny 56.5 2, Sans Cliche 59 3, Btg
$4.20, $4.80 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 15Dec18 1.5L, 3.5L Kembla Grange
Mdn 1300m 59 (J Adams 8) 8, Lim 55.5, 1:18
(Last 600m 34.94), Heavy(8), Deelbraka 58
2, Admissible 55.5 3, Chief Command 57 4, Btg
$5.50, $5.00 led throughout.
Consistent gelding. Dominant on-pace
winner in the wet here first-up. Strips fitter.
Well placed from the perfect draw. Rates
highly.
2. SINGLE STORY (6) 57.5
b g 3 Not A Single Doubt — More Stories (P & P
Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$29,045
4
1
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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3
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1
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Wins
—
1
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2nds
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1
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3rds
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TRACK: 3:1-1-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 60
LAST 15 STARTS: 12s90
WON, 12Jul18 1/2 nck, 2.3L Kembla Grange
Mdn 1200m 56.5 (B Shinn 6) 9, Set weights,
1:10.66 (Last 600m 34.23), Good(4), Art Of
More 59 2, Stealthy 59 3, Come Along 56.5 4,
Btg $5.50, $5.00 7th to 800m, 5th turn. Slowly
away.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 04Aug18 sht 1/2 hd, lng nck Kembla
Grange C,H&G’s Cls 1 1400m 56 (K Jennings 1)
7, Lim 54, 1:24.53 (Last 600m 35.70), Good(3),
Navigator 56 1, Esteem Spirit 59 3, Whanau Force
54 4, Btg $3.80, $6.50 3rd settling, 6th 800m,
5th turn. Hampered near 200m.
--- SPELL --9TH, 17Nov18 5L Kembla Grange Cls 1
1200m 58.5 (K Jennings 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:12.49
(Last 600m 36.05), Heavy(9), Juaphikoa 54
1, Ragazze 55.5 2, Oakfield Jet 58 3, Btg $5.50,
$5.00, $7.00 Last to turn. Slowly away. Rider didn’t handle going. Vetted - no abnormalities.
LAST, 08Dec18 7L Newcastle Cls 1 1300m
58.5 (A Layt 4) 14, Lim 54, 1:16.65 (Last 600m
34.45), Good(3), Oakfield Captain 60 1, Zavance
55 2, Livia’s Story 54 3, Btg $6.00, $10.00, $9.00
12th to 800m, 11th turn. Eased near 400m.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Average effort at Newcastle
last start. Major player.
3. UBER LUX (4) 57.5
ch m 4 Poet’s Voice (GB) — Uber Rose (J C Coyle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$36,315
7
1
—
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
3
3
1
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Wins
—
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—
1
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2nds
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3rds
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2
2
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TRACK: 3:0-0-3
DIST: 3:1-0-2
Won over: 1600 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 71.4%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 3s73331s4
3RD, 02Dec17 hd, 1.5L Kembla Grange Mdn
1400m 55.5 (B Spriggs 7) 11, Lim 55, 1:25.40 (Last
600m 35.03), Soft(5), Brunch 56 1, Korma 57.5 2,
Teahupo’o 59 4, Btg $11.00, $15.00 9th to turn.
Jumped awkwardly. Overraced early stages.
Hampered concluding stages.
--- SPELL --7TH, 28Apr18 6.9L Newcastle Mdn 1200m
56.5 (K Jennings 8) 10, Lim 55, 1:11.33 (Last
600m 35.09), Soft(5), Brabinger 58.5 1, Verlan
53.5 2, Blazeray 59 3, Btg $8.00, $10.00 6th to
800m, 9th turn. Wide throughout.
3RD, 12May18 lng hd, sht 1/2 hd Kembla
Grange Mdn 1500m 57 (J Penza 1) 7, Set weights,
1:33.89 (Last 600m 36.26), Good(4), Bon
Warrior 59 1, Nautibernie 57 2, Kiria 57 4, Btg
$4.00, $4.60 3rd settling, 4th turn.
3RD, 29May18 3L, sht nck Kembla Grange
Mdn 1600m 56 (J Collett 4) 10, Lim 54.5, 1:36.87
(Last 600m 36.50), Good(4), Kaapfever 57 1,
Thor’s Thunder 56.5 2, Alice Of Ulster 56.5 4, Btg
$4.00 5th to 800m, 7th turn.
3RD, 14Jun18 3L, lng nck Gosford Mdn
1600m 57 (J Collett 12) 12, Set weights, 1:40.71
(Last 600m 37.97), Soft(5), Rubino Veloce 59
1, Tavisfaction 57 2, Talladega Knight 59 4, Btg
$2.90, $3.80 3rd settling, 4th to 800m, 3rd
turn. Ran wide early stages.
WON, 03Jul18 1L, 2L Gosford 3yo Mdn 1600m
55.5 (J Collett 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:43.83 (Last 600m
37.83), Heavy(8), Resonare 54.5 2, The Bald
Eagle 58.5 3, Time Of Glory 59 4, Btg $3.50,
$4.00, $3.80 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 19Dec18 1.7L Wyong Cls 2 1350m 55.5
(Billy Owen 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:21.13 (Last 600m
33.86), Good(4), Fuchu 58 1, Cuba 57 2, Resonare
57 3, Btg $7.00, $7.50, $5.00 3rd settling, 2nd
turn. Overraced middle stages.
Gave good account at Wyong first-up.
Fitter. Expect will be prominent from the
decent draw. Rates highly.
4. RUBINO VELOCE (5) 57
br g 4 Sebring — I Love Rubies (G Portelli)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$34,455
12
1
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
9
2
1
—
Wins
—
—
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
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TRACK: 5:0-0-0
DIST: 4:1-0-0
Won over: 1600 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 8.3%
PLACE: 16.7%
RTG: 56
LAST 15 STARTS: 635s54414s9669
6TH, 02Dec17 4.4L Kembla Grange Mdn
1000m 57.5 (Ms A Threadwell 2) 7, Set weights,
57.37s (Last 600m 32.98), Good(3), I Am Lexus
57.5 1, Speed And Style 57 2, Aboukir Bay 57.5 3,
Btg $6.00, $7.50, $6.00 4th to turn. Hampered
at start. Vetted - no abnormalities.
3RD, 23Dec17 2L, 2.3L Newcastle Mdn 1200m
57.5 (Ms J Taylor 10) 10, Set weights, 1:10.09
((eq class record) Last 600m 34.01), Good(3),
Thrilled 57.5 1, The Exchequer 57.5 2, Spirit Of
Elijah 57.5 4, Btg $9.00, $15.00 2nd to turn.
5TH, 12Jan18 4.5L Muswellbrook 3yo Mdn
1280m 58 (G Buckley 7) 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 $13.00, $16.00, $13.00
2nd to turn. Hampered in straight.
--- SPELL --5TH, 29Apr18 2.9L Nowra Mdn 1100m 58 (Ms
D Panya 5) 9, Lim 55, 1:04.11 (Last 600m 35.26),
Good(4), Mister McIlroy 58.5 1, Cloudless Sky 59
2, Zidane 55.5 3, Btg $4.80, $5.50, $4.60 4th to
800m, 6th turn. Wide throughout.
4TH, 12May18 2.4L Kembla Grange 3yo ,
C&G’s Mdn 1200m 56.5 (S Pollard 1) 6, Lim 54.5,
1:12.30 (Last 600m 35.38), Good(4), Prophet’s
Voice 58 1, Napoli 58.5 2, Magnifica 58.5 3, Btg
$5.50, $7.50 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
4TH, 02Jun18 5.2L Kembla Grange Mdn
1500m 59 (M Bell 7) 9, Set weights, 1:31.36 (Last
600m 34.75), Good(4), Myprayer 59 1, Thor’s
Thunder 59 2, First Reading 57 3, Btg $7.50,
$11.00 2nd to turn.
WON, 14Jun18 3L, lng nck Gosford Mdn
1600m 59 (J Parr 6) 12, Set weights, 1:40.71 (Last
600m 37.97), Soft(5), Tavisfaction 57 2, Uber Lux
57 3, Talladega Knight 59 4, Btg $5.00, $6.00,
$5.50 6th to 800m, 5th turn.
4TH, 26Jun18 1.9L Wyong Cls 1 1600m 59 (T
Clark 3) 7, Lim 54, 1:38.61 (Last 600m 35.49),
Soft(6), Vihari 54 1, Triumph Star 57 2, Billy Can
55 3, Btg $3.50, $5.50 4th throughout.
--- SPELL --9TH, 06Nov18 3.7L Kembla Grange Cls 2
1300m 57.5 (Ms D Panya 8) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.67
(Last 600m 34.56), Good(3), So Magic 55.5 1,
Showminder 55 2, Lilith 58 3, Btg $21.00, $51.00
10th to 800m, 9th turn.
6TH, 17Nov18 3.9L Kembla Grange Bm64
1400m 59 (Ms D Panya 6) 10, Lim 55.5, 1:27.14
(Last 600m 36.65), Heavy(9), Bolord 56.5 1, He’s
A Given 60.5 2, Prima Stella 59 3, Btg $13.00,
$16.00 Last to turn.
6TH, 06Dec18 3.5L Gosford Cls 1 1600m 58.5
(T Berry 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:38.78 (Last 600m 35.38),
Good(4), Wokurna 59 1, Beauty Kanas 58.5 2, My
Zebrinka 57.5 3, Btg $11.00, $10.00, $11.00 7th to
1200m, Last to turn.
9TH, 17Dec18 3.1L Orange Cls 3 1600m 58.5
(Ms D Panya 4) 11, Lim 54, 1:36.61 , Good(3),
Staggering 56 1, Narrow Neck Nelson 51.5 2,
Mackellar’s Love 60 3, Btg $9.00, $13.00 3rd
settling, 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
Fair effort without threatening at Orange
last outing. Outside chance for multiples.
5. EMSHALKY (2) 54.5
br f 3 Al Maher — Grand Acclaim (David Pfieffer)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$23,590
7
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
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6
1
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Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 2:1-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 14.3%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s8165s00
5TH, 12Mar18 8.4L Wyong 2yo Mdn 1200m
54.5 (Ms R King 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:10.24 (Last 600m
33.23), Good(3), Stunts 59.5 1, Autumn 54.5 2,
Trumbull 56.5 3, Btg $101.00 2nd to 800m, 3rd
turn.
--- SPELL --8TH, 07Jul18 5.4L Newcastle Mdn 1200m 55
(M Bell 10) 10, Lim 55, 1:12.43 (Last 600m 35.43),
Good(4), Military Zone 56.5 1, Lion’s Head 56.5 2,
Flower Of Love 57 3, Btg $81.00, $101.00, $81.00
Last to turn.
WON, 21Jul18 0.5L, 1L Kembla Grange F&M’s
Mdn 1400m 56 (M Bell 7) 10, Lim 56, 1:26.43
(Last 600m 33.75), Good(3), In Lighten Me 56
2, Zourhea 56.5 3, Miss Demi 56.5 4, Btg $26.00,
$21.00 4th settling, led turn. Ran wide early,
middle stages.
6TH, 04Aug18 3.4L Kembla Grange F&M’s
Cls 1 1400m 56 (M Bell 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:24.16
(Last 600m 35.27), Good(3), Jake’s Purse 55 1,
Righteousness 59 2, Bugeisha 54 3, Btg $7.00,
$6.50 6th throughout. Overraced near 1000m.
Inquiry into performance.
5TH, 22Aug18 7L Warwick Farm 3yo Bm66
1600m 56 (M Bell 3) 6, Lim 53, 1:37.27 (Last
600m 35.45), Good(4), Tarka 61 1, Matowi 57
2, Everard 56 3, Btg $12.00, $17.00 5th settling,
2nd to turn. Hampered at start. Hampered early
stages.
--- SPELL --10TH, 08Dec18 5.1L Newcastle Cls 1 1300m
55 (C Lever 11) 14, Lim 54, 1:16.65 (Last 600m
34.45), Good(3), Oakfield Captain 60 1, Zavance
55 2, Livia’s Story 54 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00 Last
to turn. Eased near 400m.
10TH, 22Dec18 2.9L Warwick Farm 3 and 4yo
Bm72 1300m 50 (Ms J Duggan 7) 11, Lim 52,
1:19.06 (Last 600m 35.78, Last 200m 12.24),
Soft(7), Gongs 55.5 1, Let’s Party Marty 56 2,
Skyray 57.5 3, Btg $101.00 9th to turn. Blocked
for a run near 200m.
Ran home respectably at Warwick Farm
last time out. Fitter third-up. Decent alley.
Worth some thought.
6. TIOMO (3) 54
b g 4 Uncle Mo (US) — Sunday’s Choice (Donna
Grisedale)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$35,265
15
1
2
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
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11
2
1
1
Wins
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1
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2nds
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2
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3rds
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TRACK: 7:0-1-3
DIST: 4:0-1-1
Won over: 1650 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-1
2nd UP: 4:0-1-1
3rd UP: 3:1-0-1
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 6.7%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 48
LAST 15 STARTS: 5032s32745s4318
6TH, 02Apr17 5.4L Wagga 2yo Open 1000m
57.5 (J Grisedale 1) 10, Lim 54.5, 57.71s (class
record), Good(3), Tyres Are Crucial 57.5 1,
Denman Diva 58 2, Dragoneight 57.5 3, Btg
$6.00, $7.00 9th to turn. Slowly away.
LAST, 16Apr17 7.8L Nowra C,H&G’s Mdn
1200m 56 (J Grisedale 5) 6, Set weights, 1:11.57
(Last 600m 36.18), Heavy(8), Ribs 59 1, Old
Maribo 59 2, Triksing 58.5 3, Btg $3.20, $4.60
5th settling, Last turn. Hampered at start. Raced
Greenly.
--- SPELL --5TH, 25Aug17 4.2L Canberra Acton Mdn
1280m 55 (J Grisedale 3) 10, Lim 55, 1:14.79 (Last
600m 36.26), Synthetic, Honour The One 55 1,
Admire Gratzi 56.5 2, Portare 56 3, Btg $26.00,
$31.00 5th throughout. Eased near 800m.
11TH, 09Sep17 4.7L Kembla Grange Mdn
1400m 54 (J Grisedale 10) 13, Lim 54, 1:24.25
(Last 600m 34.34), Good(3), Royal Stamp
54 1, Raise An Army 59 2, Bon Warrior 53.5 3,
Btg $81.00, $101.00 11th to 800m, 8th turn.
Blocked for a run near 200m.
3RD, 23Sep17 2.8L, 2L Kembla Grange Mdn
1600m 56.5 (J Grisedale 2) 7, Set weights,
1:36.88 (Last 600m 35.48), Good(3), La Chatte
57 1, Raise An Army 59 2, Songs Of Earth 59 4,
Btg $21.00, $26.00 4th to 800m, 6th turn.
Hampered early stages. Overraced early, middle
stages.
2ND, 03Oct17 0.5L, 1.5L Nowra Mdn 1600m
56.5 (J Grisedale 6) 9, Set weights, 1:38.19 (Last
600m 36.50), Good(3), Cowboy Hour 54.5 1,
Tickets Up 59 3, Rocky Ridge 59 4, Btg $5.00,
$4.20, $4.60 5th settling, 7th 1200m, 8th
800m, 6th turn.
--- SPELL --3RD, 31Jan18 lng nck, 1.3L Kembla Grange
C,H&G’s Mdn 1400m 54.5 (C Brown 1) 5, Lim
54.5, 1:25.85 (Last 600m 33.93), Good(3), Baby
Back Shak 56 1, Smiling Manolito 57.5 2, Only
Tiger 59 4, Btg $12.00, $15.00 4th to 800m, Last
turn. Overraced early, middle stages.
2ND, 10Feb18 0.5L, 0.8L Kembla Grange
C,H&G’s Mdn 1400m 54 (J Grisedale 4) 8,
Lim 54, 1:23.86 (Last 600m 35.56), Good(3),
Reflectivity 59.5 1, Battle Fury 57.5 3, Mr Kylin 55
4, Btg $17.00, $15.00, $17.00 7th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 06Mar18 3L Kembla Grange C,H&G’s
Mdn 1400m 55.5 (J Grisedale 6) 9, Lim 54,
1:26.57 (Last 600m 35.52), Soft(6), Private
Idaho 57 1, Singa Glory 58.5 2, Dashing Special
53 3, Btg $8.00, $6.50, $7.00 8th to turn. Eased
near 1200m. Vetted - no abnormalities.
4TH, 16Mar18 1.8L Taree 3yo Mdn 1614m 57 (A
Gibbons 8) 8, Set weights, 1:39.59 (Last 600m
37.88), Good(4), Lord Whiskey 57 1, Neruda 57 2,
Snuggle Bug 55 3, Btg $3.50, $5.50 7th to 800m,
6th turn.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 07Apr18 3.1L Kembla Grange Mdn
1600m 58.5 (J Grisedale 8) 9, Set weights,
1:38.71 (Last 600m 34.53), Good(3), Touch Of
Mink 56.5 1, Happy Seventy 58.5 2, Triplicate
58.5 3, Btg $16.00, $21.00 7th to 800m, 6th
turn. Jumped awkwardly. Checked early stages.
--- SPELL --4TH, 23Aug18 1.7L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
54.5 (J Grisedale 11) 14, Lim 54.5, 1:17.94 (Last
600m 35.88), Good(3), Grand Bouquet 54.5 1,
Holy Empress 54.5 2, Chamfer 55 3, Btg $8.00,
$13.00 12th to 800m, 9th turn. Overraced
middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 18Sep18 5.3L, sht 1/2 hd Kembla Grange
Mdn 1500m 54.5 (G Buckley 6) 14, Lim 54.5,
1:31.50 (Last 600m 34.95), Good(4), Purple
Sector 56 1, Invictus Warrior 55.5 2, Salon Miss
54.5 4, Btg $16.00, $26.00 Last settling, 11th
800m, 9th turn. Slowly away. Blocked for a run
near 200m.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 14Oct18 0.5L, 1.8L Moruya Mdn 1650m
59 (J Grisedale 11) 12, Set weights, 1:41.82 (Last
600m 38.05), Soft(7), Treasure The Love 57 2,
Cook Straight 57 3, Elysia 57 4, Btg $3.00, $3.80
(fav). Last to 800m, 4th turn. Lacerations.
--- LET-UP ---
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8TH, 24Dec18 4L Wagga Bm58 1400m 58 (B
Ryan 13) 14, Lim 54, 1:23.47 (Last 600m 34.18),
Good(3), Hurry Up Harry 58 1, Jaytee’s The Fox
57 2, Jounama 57 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00 Last to
800m, 13th turn.
Battled on fairly at Wagga at latest. Good
win two starts back at Moruya. Good gate.
Each-way chance.
RACE 3
EQ3
Class 2
2.35 (1400m)
1. BULL MARKET (10) 60
b g 4 Written Tycoon — Zals (NZ) P & P Snowden
SCRATCHED
2. NAVIGATOR (5) 58.5
b c 3 Star Witness — Touched In Flight (P & P
Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$47,430
3
2
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
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2
1
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Wins
—
2
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2nds
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3rds
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1
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DIST: 2:2-0-0
TRACK: 2:2-0-0
Won over: 1400 (2)
1st UP: 2:1-0-1
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 66.7%
PLACE: 100%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 3s11s
3RD, 20Feb18 nck, 1L Wyong 2yo Mdn 1350m
57 (B Shinn 2) 9, Set weights, 1:19.61 (Last 600m
35.17), Soft(5), Laburnum 55 1, Greysful Glamour
55 2, Catanzaro 57 4, Btg $5.50, $7.00, $6.50
5th to 800m, 6th turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Checked concluding stages.
--- SPELL --WON, 21Jul18 0.5L, 1.3L Kembla Grange
C,H&G’s Mdn 1400m 57 (C Reith 1) 9, Lim 55,
1:24.90 (Last 600m 34.85), Good(3), Aramayo
56.5 2, Thor’s Thunder 57.5 3, Cometus 57 4, Btg
$3.50, $1.70 (fav). 2nd settling, 3rd turn.
WON, 04Aug18 sht 1/2 hd, lng nck Kembla
Grange C,H&G’s Cls 1 1400m 56 (C Reith 4) 7, Lim
54, 1:24.53 (Last 600m 35.70), Good(3), Single
Story 56 2, Esteem Spirit 59 3, Whanau Force
54 4, Btg $3.00, $3.20, $2.80 (fav). led settling,
4th 800m, 3rd turn. Eased near 1000m.
Lacerations.
--- SPELL --Fitter for hd 2nd Pumpkin Pie 1000m
Hawkesbury barrier trial Good(4) Dec 7.
First-up. Won in Mdn company at Kembla
Grange first-up last campaign. Has had
success at this track. Strong claims.
3. MY ZEBRINKA (1) 57.5
b g 4 Zoffany (IR) — Memoirs (R J Quinton)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$57,975
13
1
3
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
13
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10
2
1
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Wins
—
1
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2nds
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2
1
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3rds
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1
1
1
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DIST: 1:0-0-1
TRACK: 3:1-0-1
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-2-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 7.7%
PLACE: 53.8%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 587s22510s23373
LAST, 16Aug17 7.4L Canterbury 3yo Mdn
1100m 54 (A Adkins 5) 5, Lim 53, 1:04.80
(Last 600m 34.12), Good(3), Songlike 54.5
1, Showtime 60 2, Telecom Brothers 56 3,
Btg $6.50, $7.00 4th to turn. Inquiry into
performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 20Sep17 3.8L Warwick Farm 3yo ,
C&G’s Mdn 1100m 54.5 (A Adkins 8) 8, Set
weights, 1:03.82 (Last 600m 34.48), Good(3),
Patch Baby 56 1, Invincible Gangsta 56 2,
November Man 56 3, Btg $17.00, $9.00, $10.00
2nd to turn. Overraced early stages. Inquiry into
performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.
7TH, 05Oct17 4.9L Gosford 3yo Mdn 1200m
57 (A Adkins 8) 9, Lim 54.5, 1:11.07 (Last 600m
35.15), Good(4), Tiny Taj 56 1, Sweet Victory 56
2, Whitney’s Star 55.5 3, Btg $8.50, $13.00 led to
turn. Inquiry into performance.
--- SPELL --2ND, 07Feb18 0.5L, 0.5L Randwick 3yo Mdn
1100m 57 (A Adkins 5) 8, Set weights, 1:05.08
(Last 600m 36.63), Good(4), Swaffham Bulbeck
57 1, Ridicule 55 3, Private Idaho 54 4, Btg $10.00,
$21.00 3rd to turn. Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 02Mar18 2L, nse Canterbury-N 3yo Mdn
1200m 57 (A Adkins 3) 8, Set weights, 1:11.35
(Last 600m 35.84), Good(4), Leningrad 57 1,
Prahaar 55 3, Stryke Rock 57 4, Btg $4.80, $6.00
2nd throughout.
5TH, 14Mar18 4.1L Warwick Farm 3yo , C&G’s
Mdn 1200m 56 (A Adkins 2) 8, Set weights,
1:10.45 (Last 600m 34.97), Good(4), Dissolution
56 1, Blazeray 56 2, Think Straight 56 3, Btg
$5.00, $6.50 3rd to 800m, 6th turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 07Apr18 2.3L, 1/2 hd Kembla Grange
Mdn 1200m 58.5 (B Spriggs 1) 9, Set weights,
1:10.48 (Last 600m 34.28), Good(3), Daydream
Explorer 54 2, Stealthy 58.5 3, Skaldak 59 4, Btg
$2.50, $2.10 (fav). led throughout.
LAST, 21Apr18 16L Kembla Grange C,H&G’s
Cls 1 1500m 59 (B Spriggs 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:29.82
(Last 600m 35.52), Good(3), Destiny’s Hero
58.5 1, Polar Blast 54 2, Love Shack Baby 58 3,
Btg $4.60, $5.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Wide
throughout.
--- SPELL --2ND, 06Sep18 0.5L, 0.5L Gosford Bm64
1000m 58 (B Ryan 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:00.65 (Last
600m 36.25), Soft(7), Second Island 57 1,
Rastafarian 59 3, Aboukir Bay 60 4, Btg $4.00,
$6.50 5th to 800m, 3rd turn.
3RD, 27Sep18 0.5L, sht hd Hawkesbury
C,H&G’s Cls 2 1300m 58.5 (A Adkins 3) 4, Lim 54,
1:19.69 (Last 600m 33.92), Soft(7), My Song 59
1, Delfuego 59 2, Lieutenant Dan 57 4, Btg $6.00,
$7.00 2nd to turn.
3RD, 13Oct18 3.5L, lng hd Kembla Grange
Bm64 1400m 58.5 (B Griffiths 8) 11, Lim 54.5,
1:26.50 (Last 600m 35.25), Heavy(9), Cuban
Royale 59 1, Ready Set Sing 54.5 2, Saint Katarina
57 4, Btg $6.00, $8.50 led settling, 2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --V1 - TELE01Z01MA
7TH, 14Nov18 8.4L Hawkesbury Bm64
1600m 58.5 (R Hunt 10) 12, Lim 56, 1:35 (Last
600m 33.50), Good(3), Wolfe 59.5 1, Savvy Ken
60 2, Nagging 56 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00, $31.00
5th settling, 3rd to turn. Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 06Dec18 1/2 nck, sht nck Gosford Cls 1
1600m 57.5 (R Dolan 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:38.78 (Last
600m 35.38), Good(4), Wokurna 59 1, Beauty
Kanas 58.5 2, He’s Imposing 59 4, Btg $12.00 4th
settling, 3rd 1200m, 2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Worked home solidly to place
at Gosford last start. Keep safe.
4. JUDGE JUDI (2) 56.5
b/br m 4 Star Witness — Commanding Girl (Ms
K Waugh)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$47,000
8
2
3
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
—
8
—
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—
Wins
—
2
—
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2nds
—
3
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1280 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-2-0
2nd UP: 2:2-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 62.5%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 2124s2150s
2ND, 22Oct17 1/2 nck, 0.8L Nowra Mdn 1100m
54.5 (Ms W Costin 1) 11, Set weights, 1:03.31 (Last
600m 34.31), Good(4), Playard 56.5 1, Citizen’s
Arrest 57 3, Zidane 54.5 4, Btg $3.20, $3.50,
$3.20 (fav). 3rd to 800m, 5th turn.
WON, 10Nov17 lng nck, 2.5L Bathurst F&M’s
Mdn 1100m 56.5 (G Ryan 2) 4, Set weights,
1:03.36 (class record), Good(3), Rugosa Rose
58 2, Everly Girl 58 3, Venezia 56.5 4, Btg $1.70,
$1.65, $1.70 (fav). 3rd to turn. Hung out near
800m.
2ND, 20Nov17 0.5L, 0.8L Wellington 2nd Cls 1
1100m 57 (G Ryan 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:04.33 , Good(4),
In Good Time 56 1, King Of The Creek 52.5 3, Talk
Of The Town 54 4, Btg $1.70, $2.10 3rd to 800m,
4th turn. Jumped awkwardly. Hung out near
turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
4TH, 01Dec17 5.2L Mudgee Cls 1 1400m 57
(G Ryan 2) 10, Lim 55, 1:22.76 (class record),
Good(3), Perfect Glory 58 1, Raise A Drop 55 2,
Dungannon 55 3, Btg $2.10, $2.50 4th to 800m,
5th turn. Slowly away. Shifted out near 100m.
--- SPELL --2ND, 22Apr18 hd, 1.5L Goulburn Cls 1 1100m
57 (J Van Overmeire 2) 8, Lim 54, 1:05.66 (Last
600m 35.35), Good(4), Mileage 60 1, Living Doll
57 3, Zardoro 58 4, Btg $2.80, $2.25, $2.80 (fav).
5th to turn.
WON, 04May18 hd, 1.3L Muswellbrook Bm55
1280m 61 (G Ryan 9) 14, Lim 54, 1:16.29 (Last
600m 36.15), Good(3), Boyer 57 2, Off The Dial
59 3, Texas Tycoon 59.5 4, Btg $2.90, $3.00,
$2.60 (fav). 7th to 800m, 6th turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
5TH, 11May18 3.3L Scone (Metro) Cls 2 1300m
54 (G Ryan 3) 15, Lim 53, 1:17.98 (Last 600m
34.66), Good(4), Savatiano 59.5 1, Playard 57
2, Siam 59.5 3, Btg $9.00, $13.00 7th to 800m,
8th turn.
LAST, 26May18 11.9L Gosford Bm65 1200m
58 (C Lever 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:11.76 (Last 600m
35.70), Good(4), See The Show 59.5 1, Mad For
Art 59.5 2, Sir Magic 61.5 3, Btg $6.00, $4.60 6th
to 800m, 7th turn. Cardiac arrhythmia.
--- SPELL --Strips fitter for ¾ len win Safado,
Matakanui 1000m Gosford barrier trial
Good(4) Dec 18. Resuming. Formerly with
Bjorn Baker. Placed in Cls 1 company at
Goulburn first-up last campaign. Drawn
favourably. One of the major players.
5. MYPRAYER (9) 56.5
br g 4 Keep The Faith — My Harmonica (Ms L
Dean)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$50,255
15
1
3
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
13
1
1
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
3
—
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TRACK: 10:1-2-3
DIST: 6:0-1-1
Won over: 1500 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-2
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-0
WIN: 6.7%
PLACE: 46.7%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: s250243164s3424
3RD, 17Sep17 1L, 0.8L Kembla Grange 3yo
Mdn 1200m 56 (B Ryan 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:11.29 (Last
600m 33.66), Good(3), High Dive 59 1, Destiny’s
Own 58 2, Stryke Rock 57 4, Btg $21.00, $31.00
5th to turn. Passed fit at barrier. Warning barrier manners.
6TH, 30Sep17 8.3L Kembla Grange 3yo Mdn
1300m 55 (B Ryan 7) 9, Set weights, 1:19.66 (Last
600m 33.79), Good(3), Sky Boy 57 1, Sansa 55 2,
Destiny’s Own 57 3, Btg $7.00, $11.00 Last to
turn. Checked early stages.
--- SPELL --2ND, 27Jan18 lng hd, 1/2 hd Kembla Grange
Mdn 1300m 57.5 (R Hutchings 1) 4, Set weights,
1:18.43 (Last 600m 35.57), Good(3), Aeecee
Tianhu 57.5 1, Waldo Waldorf 57 3, So Strong 57.5
4, Btg $41.00, $51.00, $31.00 3rd to turn.
5TH, 10Feb18 1.6L Kembla Grange C,H&G’s
Mdn 1400m 54 (B Ryan 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:23.86
(Last 600m 35.56), Good(3), Reflectivity 59.5
1, Tiomo 54 2, Battle Fury 57.5 3, Btg $9.00,
$15.00 3rd settling, 4th turn. Inquiry into
performance. Proved difficult to ride out. Vetted
- no abnormalities.
12TH, 18Feb18 6.3L Nowra Mdn 1400m 58.5
(R Hutchings 2) 13, Set weights, 1:25.25 (Last
600m 35.84), Good(4), Shadow Flight 59 1,
Devious 59 2, Roc Sands 56.5 3, Btg $2.60, $2.80
(fav). 5th to 800m, 6th turn. Checked near
200m. Inquiry into performance.
--- LET-UP --2ND, 21Apr18 1.5L, sht hd Kembla Grange
Mdn 1300m 57.5 (C Lever 1) 5, Lim 56, 1:18.13
(Last 600m 33.61), Good(3), Cuban Royale 56 1,
Bon Warrior 58 3, Home Ground 57 4, Btg $5.50,
$7.00, $6.00 Last to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Overraced early, middle stages.
4TH, 03May18 4.1L Wagga Mdn 1400m 59
(T Angland 1) 14, Lim 54.5, 1:23.11 (Last 600m
37.94), Good(3), Xaarfoxylady 56.5 1, All Over
Casanova 56.5 2, Old Trafford 55.5 3, Btg $3.80,
$4.00, $3.80 10th to turn. Slowly away. Blocked
for a run in straight. Inquiry into performance.
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3RD, 17May18 1/2 hd, hd Kembla Grange Mdn
1400m 57 (C Lever 8) 10, Lim 55, 1:25.09 (Last
600m 35.36), Good(4), Muse 55 1, Impatience 57
2, Thor’s Thunder 57 4, Btg $4.00, $3.80, $4.00
9th to turn. Slowly away.
WON, 02Jun18 3.3L, 1.8L Kembla Grange
Mdn 1500m 59 (C Lever 1) 9, Set weights, 1:31.36
(Last 600m 34.75), Good(4), Thor’s Thunder 59
2, First Reading 57 3, Rubino Veloce 59 4, Btg
$3.50 (fav). 4th to turn. Laid in in straight.
6TH, 16Jun18 4.4L Kembla Grange Cls 1
1400m 57.5 (R Brewer 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:26.20
(Last 600m 35.26), Soft(6), Asterius 59.5 1,
Zidane 57 2, Barnabas 55.5 3, Btg $9.00, $12.00,
$11.00 8th to turn. Hampered at start. Checked
near 600m.
4TH, 29Jun18 2.8L Moruya Cls 1 1650m 57.5 (J
Grisedale 1) 12, Set weights, 1:41.58 (Last 600m
37.59), Heavy(8), Taqueda 55.5 1, Biodynamic
59 2, High Potential 54.5 3, Btg $2.25, $5.50 4th
throughout. Laid in near 100m.
--- SPELL --3RD, 27Oct18 0.5L, 2.5L Kembla Grange Cls
2 1200m 57 (C Lever 3) 7, Lim 54, 1:11.08 (Last
600m 33.27), Good(4), Excelling 59 1, Poetic
Charmer 58.5 2, Only Wanna Sing 59 4, Btg
$12.00, $16.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Checked
near 800m.
4TH, 06Nov18 1.7L Kembla Grange Cls 2
1300m 55 (Ms J Duggan 3) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.67
(Last 600m 34.56), Good(3), So Magic 55.5 1,
Showminder 55 2, Lilith 58 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00,
$10.00 Last to turn. Eased near 800m. Blocked
for a run in straight.
2ND, 25Nov18 sht hd, 3.5L Goulburn Cls 1
1400m 60 (J Ford 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:22.69 (Last
600m 35.34), Good(4), Bridyn May 58.5 1,
Prahaar 59.5 3, Happy Every Day 55.5 4, Btg
$3.80, $6.00 6th settling, 7th 800m, 6th turn.
Slowly away. Laid in near 200m.
4TH, 09Dec18 1.1L Hawkesbury Bm64 1500m
59 (J Ford 6) 7, Lim 54, 1:29.75 (Last 600m
34.30), Good(3), Dawn Raid 59 1, Ready Set Sing
54 2, Elkano 56 3, Btg $6.00 Last to turn. Laid in
in straight.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Just behind the placegetters
at Hawkesbury last outing. Worth including.
6. INHERIT (4) 55.5
b g 3 Pierro — In The Future (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$26,855
4
1
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
4
—
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
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—
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 25%
RTG: 60
LAST 15 STARTS: 17s86
WON, 07Jul18 0.5L, 2.3L Newcastle 1st 2yo
Mdn 1200m 57 (L Magorrian 4) 9, Set weights,
1:12.90 (Last 600m 36.60), Good(4), Sunreel
55 2, Canyonero 57 3, Sizzled 57 4, Btg $17.00,
$21.00 7th to turn. Slowly away.
LAST, 28Jul18 7.1L Rosehill 2yo Open 1500m
57 (J Bowman 2) 7, Lim 54.5, 1:32.17 (Last 600m
34.36, Last 200m 12.30), Good(4), Thinkin’ Big
58 1, Laburnum 56 2, Aliferous 55.5 including 0.5
over 3, Btg $7.50, $5.50 2nd to turn. Inquiry into
performance. Lacerations.
--- SPELL --LAST, 05Dec18 10.9L Warwick Farm 3yo
Bm70 1100m 56.5 (J Mc Donald 7) 8, Lim
54.5, 1:02.98 (Last 600m 33.30), Good(4),
Rosina Kojonup 54.5 1, Bare Naked Lady 58 2,
Above And Beyond 58.5 3, Btg $8.00, $21.00
6th to turn. Wide throughout. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
6TH, 22Dec18 5.3L Newcastle 1st Bm64
1200m 58 (R Hutchings 10) 10, Lim 54, 1:10.29
(Last 600m 34.65), Good(4), Cape Wickham 59
1, Collins Creek 57.5 2, Katgully Red 57.5 3, Btg
$17.00, $21.00 Last to 800m, 9th turn.
Just battled home at Newcastle last time
out. Only a place chance.
7. ALL SASSITUDE (6) 54.5
b m 4 Delago Deluxe — Sakura Rose (John
Thompson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,595
11
2
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
9
2
—
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
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—
3rds
—
1
—
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:2-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
WIN: 18.2%
PLACE: 36.4%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 782s55135s791
7TH, 29Mar17 4L Newcastle (Metro) 2yo Mdn
1200m 53 (A Adkins 1) 14, Set weights, 1:10.49
((class record) Last 600m 33.87), Good(4),
Sanctioned 57 1, Our Mantra 57 2, Reflectivity 57
3, Btg $51.00, $71.00, $61.00 4th to 800m, 3rd
turn. Hampered at start.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 25Apr17 7.1L Randwick 2yo , Fillies Mdn
1200m 56 (T Clark 3) 11, Set weights, 1:12.75
((class record) Last 600m 36.80), Soft(7), High
Low Bet 56 1, Fifth Affair 56 2, Grand Theft Auto
56 3, Btg $61.00, $26.00 5th to turn. Overraced
early, middle stages.
2ND, 10May17 lng hd, 1L Canterbury 2yo ,
Fillies Mdn 1200m 56 (T Clark 8) 11, Set weights,
1:11.40 (Last 600m 36), Good(3), Seaglass 56
1, Kissing Game 56 3, Touch Of Mink 56 4, Btg
$21.00, $26.00, $21.00 2nd throughout.
--- SPELL --5TH, 11Oct17 2.6L Warwick Farm 3yo , Fillies
Mdn 1100m 55.5 (T Clark 2) 8, Lim 54.5, 1:04.84
(Last 600m 33.94), Good(3), Savatiano 59 1,
Empress Matilda 56 2, Boorooj 57 3, Btg $6.00,
$11.00 3rd to 800m, 5th turn. Overraced early,
middle stages. Blocked for a run in straight.
5TH, 25Oct17 1.7L Warwick Farm 3yo , Fillies
Mdn 1300m 56 (T Angland 6) 9, Set weights,
1:16.54 (Last 600m 34.76), Good(4), Popular
56 1, Chain Of Fools 56 2, Semper Fidelis 56 3,
Btg $21.00, $11.00, $13.00 3rd to turn. Wide
throughout.
WON, 05Nov17 lng nck, nse Goulburn Mdn
1300m 56.5 (B Spriggs 2) 10, Lim 55, 1:17.61 (Last
600m 35.91), Good(3), Jarrett 57.5 2, Fruitful
Warrior 57.5 3, Thinking Ahead 57.5 4, Btg $1.70
(fav). 2nd to turn.
3RD, 19Nov17 0.5L, 2.3L Newcastle Bm63
1200m 55 (B Spriggs 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:10.26
((class record) Last 600m 33.94), Good(4), Your
Witness 54 1, Mad Fox 55 2, Zigamore 60 4, Btg
$7.00, $6.50 4th to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
5TH, 02Dec17 4.4L Kembla Grange F&M’s
Cls 1 1200m 55 (B Spriggs 5) 6, Lim 55, 1:10.48
(Last 600m 33.99), Soft(5), Nicci’s Gold 57 1,
Sovereign Eminence 57.5 2, Filomena’s Grace
58.5 3, Btg $4.20, $4.60, $3.50 3rd to 800m,
2nd turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- SPELL --7TH, 24Nov18 3.7L Gosford Bm64 1200m
55 (B Spriggs 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:10.80 (Last 600m
35.20), Good(4), Oxford Angel 55.5 1, Art
D’Amour 58 2, Bright Future 57.5 3, Btg $10.00,
$11.00, $9.00 7th to 800m, 5th turn.
9TH, 08Dec18 5L Newcastle Cls 1 1300m 54.5
(B Spriggs 12) 14, Lim 54, 1:16.65 (Last 600m
34.45), Good(3), Oakfield Captain 60 1, Zavance
55 2, Livia’s Story 54 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 10th
to turn. Slowly away.
WON, 20Dec18 3L, 5L Goulburn Bm58 1200m
58 (J Ford 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:09.60 (Last 600m
34.22), Good(4), Yalanji 58 2, Fly Forward 60 3,
Newtown Is Coming 60 4, Btg $6.00, $7.50 3rd
to turn.
Reeled them in easily to salute at
Goulburn at latest. Among the dangers.
8. LADY ELIZABETH (11) 54.5
ch m 5 Magic Albert — Nicannkirst (J C Coyle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$47,407
14
2
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
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11
2
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
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2nds
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1
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3rds
—
2
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TRACK: 5:1-0-2
DIST: 4:1-1-1
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 35.7%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: s51s84513345s52
4TH, 29Apr17 1.3L Newcastle 3yo Mdn
900m 57 (C Lever 3) 7, Lim 55, 52.28s ((class
record) Last 600m 33.54), Good(4), Settlers
55.5 1, Musical Query 57 2, Kennywyn 57 3, Btg
$2.80, $3.00, $2.60 (fav). 5th to turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Raced Greenly.
6TH, 13May17 5.3L Kembla Grange Mdn
1000m 57 (C Lever 1) 8, Set weights, 57.57s
(Last 600m 33.41), Good(4), He’s Blessed 57 1,
Saycanyousee 59 2, Tinker Dan 59 3, Btg $4.60,
$4.80 5th to 800m, 7th turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 30Sep17 7.2L Kembla Grange Mdn
1000m 56 (R Hutchings 1) 7, Lim 55, 57.26s (Last
600m 33.06), Good(3), Equal Balance 56 1, Easy
Eddie 56.5 2, Smartypy 54 3, Btg $6.00, $9.00
Last to 800m, 6th turn. Raced Greenly. Vetted
- no abnormalities.
WON, 14Oct17 1/2 hd, 4.3L Kembla Grange
Mdn 1200m 56 (R Hutchings 2) 6, Lim 56, 1:10.28
(Last 600m 33.58), Good(3), Hayman 58 2,
Madame Giselle 56 3, Salon Miss 57 4, Btg $4.80,
$6.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Overraced middle
stages. Raced Greenly. Laid in in straight.
--- SPELL --8TH, 15Mar18 3.3L Goulburn Cls 2 1050m 57 (J
Collett 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:01.95 (Last 600m 34.79),
Good(3), Eve’s Miss 53 1, Mileage 58 2, Tutu 59 3,
Btg $12.00, $16.00 7th to 800m, 9th turn.
4TH, 01Apr18 2.9L Nowra Cls 1 1200m 59 (R
Hutchings 9) 9, Lim 54, 1:09.32 (Last 600m
34.51), Good(4), Feisty Fox 56 1, Alvin Purple 59
2, Shirazzle 59.5 3, Btg $7.00, $9.00 8th to turn.
5TH, 14Apr18 2.3L Newcastle F&M’s Cls 2
1400m 54 (J Van Overmeire 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:23.36
(Last 600m 35.71), Good(3), Laussel 57 1, Seine
Net 59 2, Lifeline Princess 58.5 3, Btg $10.00,
$9.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn.
WON, 29Apr18 0.5L, 1L Nowra Cls 2 1400m
57 (C Lever 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:23.64 (Last 600m
35.55), Good(4), Appetizing 56.5 2, Social Pirate
58.5 3, Evonne’s Magic 56 4, Btg $4.80, $5.50,
$4.80 10th to 800m, 9th turn. Slowly away.
Eased near 800m.
3RD, 17May18 0.5L, lng nck Kembla Grange
Cls 2 1400m 54.5 (Ms K O’Hara 3) 9, Lim 54,
1:23.90 (Last 800m 48.81), Good(4), Organza
57.5 1, Brad The Lad 55 2, Amazing Chocolate
60.5 4, Btg $6.00, $8.00 8th to 800m, Last
turn. Slowly away. Blocked for a run near turn.
3RD, 29May18 1/2 hd, lng nck Kembla Grange
Bm68 1500m 56 (J Collett 5) 11, Lim 54, 1:30.33
(Last 600m 34.87), Good(4), Red Henno 55.5
1, Phoenix Charm 59 2, Royal Stamp 58 4, Btg
$6.00, $6.50 8th to 1200m, 9th 800m, 6th
turn. Slowly away.
4TH (D.H.), 15Jun18 1.4L Goulburn Bm62
1600m 59 (Ms K O’Hara 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:36.54
(Last 600m 36.59), Good(4), Appetizing 57 1,
Ticked 58 2, Tiara Road 56 3, Btg $3.50, $5.50
5th to 800m, 7th turn. Blocked for a run near
turn.
5TH, 30Jun18 3.8L Newcastle Bm71 1600m
54 (A Layt 5) 11, Lim 54, 1:37.73 (Last 600m
36.77), Soft(5), Latitude 56 1, Clevanicc 57 2,
Nikkas ‘n’ A Twist 60.5 3, Btg $5.50, $7.00, $6.00
7th settling, 6th 1200m, 7th 800m, 5th turn.
Checked early stages.
--- SPELL --5TH, 28Nov18 2.9L Warwick Farm 4yo and
UP , Mares Bm70 1200m 55.5 (Ms K O’Hara 1)
9, Lim 54, 1:13.11 (Last 600m 36.30), Heavy(8),
Bella Success 59 1, Divine Breeze 59.5 2, Spanish
Dream 59.5 3, Btg $41.00, $61.00, $51.00 5th to
800m, 4th turn.
2ND, 16Dec18 1L, sht nck Hawkesbury
F&M’s Bm64 1400m 58 (Ms K O’Hara 3) 9, Lim
54, 1:23.93 (Last 600m 35.02), Soft(5), Miss
Redoble 57.5 1, Lucky Louie 59.5 3, Swiss 58.5 4,
Btg $8.50, $8.00 6th settling, 7th turn. Eased
near 400m. Laid in concluding stages.
Finished solidly to place at Hawkesbury
last start. Getting fitter. Can figure.
9. TITANESS (7) 54
br m 5 Pluck (US) — Adequate (Ms T Bateup)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$60,980
14
2
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
—
9
4
1
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
1
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 3:0-0-0
DIST: 6:1-2-0
Won over: 1350 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 35.7%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 5219s71445625s5
3RD, 07May17 0.5L, 2.5L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1200m 57 (Ms J Taylor 8) 14, Set weights, 1:11.19
(Last 600m 36.27), Good(4), That’s The Ticket
59 1, Jindaberra 59 2, Zorro 59 4, Btg $21.00 3rd
throughout.
5TH, 23May17 3.1L Kembla Grange Mdn
1200m 57 (J Grisedale 4) 8, Set weights, 1:11.15
((class record) Last 600m 33.56), Soft(5), El
Venetian 57.5 1, Dream I Can 59 2, Special Missile
59 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
2ND, 11Jun17 5.3L, 3.3L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1400m 57.5 (J Grisedale 3) 9, Lim 55.5, 1:25.82
(Last 600m 38.11), Heavy(8), Monterey Magic
55.5 1, Buckeye Nation 58 3, Brazen Choice 56
4, Btg $2.25, $2.80 (eq fav). 3rd to turn. Laid in
in straight.
WON, 27Jun17 1/2 nck, 2.8L Beaumont Mdn
1350m 56.5 (Ms R King 4) 9, Lim 55, 1:21.50
((class record) Last 600m 33.93), Good(4),
Bodhi Blue 57 2, Chief Clerk 55.5 3, Lakshme 55
4, Btg $4.20, $4.60, $4.00 led throughout.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 19Jul17 11.5L Warwick Farm 3yo , Fillies
Bm67 1400m 55 (Ms R King 1) 9, Lim 53.5, 1:24
(Last 600m 35.16), Good(4), Dahooil 55.5 1, Long
Time Ago 59 2, Liffy 56.5 3, Btg $26.00, $61.00
4th to 800m, 5th turn.
--- SPELL --7TH, 16Dec17 3.6L Kembla Grange Bm67
1200m 54.5 (B Ryan 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:10.67 ((class
record) Last 600m 33.91), Good(4), Smartedge
59 1, Aberration 58.5 2, Travancore 57.5 3, Btg
$51.00, $41.00, $61.00 4th to turn. Checked
near 800m. Ran wide middle stages.
WON, 31Dec17 1.8L, 2.3L Nowra Cls 1 1400m
59.5 (B Ryan 8) 8, Lim 54, 1:24.29 (Last 600m
35.64), Soft(6), So It Is 56.5 2, Old Man’s Angel
54.5 3, Gold Dragoness 54 4, Btg $6.50, $6.00,
$6.50 2nd to turn.
4TH, 17Jan18 3.8L Warwick Farm 4yo and UP
, Mares Bm70 1300m 57.5 (Ms R King 2) 9, Lim
53, 1:16.25 (Last 600m 35.01), Good(3), Magicaz
59.5 1, Hillary Step 59.5 2, Vinnie Power 58.5 3,
Btg $21.00, $17.00, $21.00 3rd to 800m, 4th
turn.
4TH, 27Jan18 .5 L Kembla Grange Cls 2
1400m 56 (B Ryan 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:23.96 (Last
600m 35.70), Good(3), Celtic Love 54 1,
Enterprise Mount 54.5 2, Weekend Affair 59 3,
Btg $4.60, $5.50, $5.00 4th settling, 3rd 800m,
5th turn. Blocked for a run in straight.
5TH, 04Feb18 5.7L Sapphire Coast Cls 4
1400m 56.5 (Ms J Taylor 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:22.03
(Last 600m 34.89), Good(4), He Ekscels 58.5
1, Athonis 55 2, Sacred Son 54.5 3, Btg $8.50,
$9.00 3rd settling, 5th 800m, 4th turn.
--- LET-UP --6TH, 06Apr18 4.9L Canberra Bm68 1200m
57.5 (Ms J Taylor 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.19 (Last 600m
34.29), Soft(5), Levee Bank 57 1, Manzana 59
2, Attainment 57 3, Btg $9.00, $21.00 2nd to
800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 06May18 2L, 1.5L Sapphire Coast Cls
2 1400m 57 (B Ryan 8) 13, Set weights, 1:24.06
(Last 600m 36.74), Good(4), Gentle Annie 57
1, Lovespeed Girl 53 3, Lauriz 55 4, Btg $7.00,
$4.80, $5.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
5TH, 20May18 4.4L Nowra Cls 3 1600m
56.5 (B Ryan 5) 10, Lim 54, 1:38.01 (Last 600m
36.39), Soft(6), Gentle Annie 57.5 1, Staggering
54 2, First Courrier 54 3, Btg $6.50, $7.50 2nd
settling, 3rd 1200m, 5th 800m, 4th turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 19Dec18 1.8L Wyong Cls 2 1350m 52.5
(B Ryan 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:21.13 (Last 600m 33.86),
Good(4), Fuchu 58 1, Cuba 57 2, Resonare 57 3,
Btg $21.00, $26.00 4th settling, 5th 800m, 6th
turn.
Gave a good sight at Wyong first-up. Will
only be fitter. Place makes best appeal.
10. GENOVEFFA (8) 54
b m 4 Dreamscape — Witches Hat (K J Parker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$51,440
11
2
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
7
2
2
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 4:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-1
Won over: 1400 (1) 1460 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-2-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
WIN: 18.2%
PLACE: 54.5%
RTG: 57
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s26138215s86
2ND, 25Sep17 0.5L, 0.8L Queanbeyan Mdn
900m 54 (J Grisedale 2) 8, Lim 54, 51.83s
(Last 600m 34.16), Good(3), Juaphikoa 55
1, Battlescar 56 3, Tinybella 56 4, Btg $4.60,
$10.00 3rd to turn. Checked near 200m.
--- SPELL --2ND, 12Feb18 1.8L, sht nck Goulburn Mdn
1000m 56.5 (J Ford 2) 7, Lim 54.5, 57.99s (Last
600m 34.43), Good(3), Miss Allspice 54.5 1, All
Accomplished 58 3, Dexluther 59 4, Btg $5.00,
$8.50 3rd to 800m, 5th turn. Laid in in straight.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 06Mar18 0.7L Kembla Grange Mdn
1200m 56.5 (J Ford 10) 10, Set weights, 1:11.85
(Last 600m 34.81), Soft(6), Shirazzle 56.5 1,
Cloudless Sky 57 2, Xaarfoxylady 56.5 3, Btg
$16.00, $21.00, $17.00 5th to turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
WON, 19Mar18 3.3L, nck Queanbeyan Mdn
1460m 56.5 (J Grisedale 9) 9, Set weights,
1:26.68
(Last 600m 36.84), Good(3),
Imanacheeva 58.5 2, Princess Strada 57 3, Pepita
57 4, Btg $1.80, $1.65 (fav). 3rd to 800m, led
turn. Ran wide early stages.
3RD, 31Mar18 sht 1/2 hd, 0.5L Newcastle Cls
1 1400m 54 (J Grisedale 12) 13, Lim 54, 1:23.56
(Last 600m 35.74), Good(4), Excelsior 57 1,
Ticket To Riches 54 2, King Hewitt 59 4, Btg
$12.00, $17.00 11th to turn.
8TH, 21Apr18 2.3L Kembla Grange F&M’s Cls
1 1500m 55 (J Grisedale 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:31.29
(Last 600m 34.10), Good(3), Highway 57.5 1,
Tinkermosa 59.5 2, Ellenroh 56.5 3, Btg $9.00,
$10.00 8th throughout.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 13May18 lng nck, 1/2 nck Queanbeyan
Bm65 1460m 54.5 (J Grisedale 7) 10, Lim 54,
1:26.26 (Last 600m 37.24), Good(3), Inch
Perfect 56 1, Boys Day Out 57 3, Fiscal Policy 56
4, Btg $4.20, $4.80 3rd settling, 4th 800m, 2nd
turn.
WON, 27May18 1L, 1/2 nck Goulburn Cls 2
1400m 56 (J Penza 11) 14, Lim 54, 1:22.51 (Last
600m 36.50), Good(4), Hostwin Meraki 60.5 2,
Shadow Vision 58.5 3, Lovespeed Girl 53 4, Btg
$4.60, $6.00 7th settling, 9th 800m, 6th turn.
RACING 29
5TH, 13Jun18 3.7L Warwick Farm 3yo Bm73
1600m 53 (J Ford 6) 10, Lim 53, 1:39.45 (Last
600m 37.60), Heavy(8), Chalmers 58.5 1,
Toryjoy 55.5 2, Surjin 58.5 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00,
$31.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
--- SPELL --8TH, 17Nov18 4L Kembla Grange Bm64
1000m 56.5 (A Layt 1) 9, Lim 54, 58.81s (Last
600m 34.63), Soft(7), Rare Episode 58 1,
Grundalina 55 2, Crimson Ticket 58.5 3, Btg
$7.50, $9.00, $8.00 5th to turn. Slowly away.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 15Dec18 3.1L Kembla Grange Bm64
1200m 56 (A Layt 8) 9, Lim 54, 1:11.40 (Last
600m 34.40), Heavy(8), Make ‘em Cry 57.5 1, Rio
De Janeiro 57 2, Evict 60.5 3, Btg $10.00, $7.50,
$8.50 7th to 800m, 8th turn.
Faces a task.
11. UH OH (3) 54
b g 6 All Bar One — Keep On Dreaming (G L Shaw)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$50,655
26
2
5
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
—
14
11
1
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
3
2
—
—
3rds
—
1
3
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 7:0-3-1
Won over: 1200 (2)
1st UP: 6:0-1-2
2nd UP: 6:1-1-0
3rd UP: 5:0-2-2
4th UP: 4:1-1-0
WIN: 7.7%
PLACE: 42.3%
RTG: 48
LAST 15 STARTS: 34586s71247s666
LAST, 06Aug16 5L Gold Coast C,H&G’s Cls 1
1200m 57 (M Murphy 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:11.66 (Last
600m 35.60), Soft(7), Butcher Blue 54.5 1,
Academy Hill 56 2, The Monk 57.5 3, Btg $3.20,
$3.50 3rd to turn. Blocked for a run concluding
stages. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --7TH, 01Nov16 3.4L Gold Coast C,H&G’s Cls 1
1200m 59 (M Mc Guren 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:11.64 (Last
600m 35.49), Soft(5), Manhattan Justice 54 1,
Five Spices 56 2, Reverse Logic 52.5 3, Btg $7.00,
$5.00 6th to turn.
4TH, 19Nov16 2.1L Gold Coast Cls 2 1100m
57 (Ms L G Cheshire 6) 7, Lim 54, 1:04.01 (Last
600m 34.54), Good(4), Graceville 56.5 1, Devil’s
Fire 57 2, Go Better 58 3, Btg $11.00, $17.00,
$15.00 5th settling, 6th turn.
2ND, 06Dec16 1/2 hd, 1.3L Beaudesert Cls 2
1400m 56 (A Sewell 8) 8, Lim 54, 1:22.45 (Last
600m 36.07), Soft(6), I’m Alone 55.5 1, Steal A
Diamond 55.5 3, Gumdale Boy 54 4, Btg $2.80,
$3.50 led to turn.
2ND, 17Dec16 2.3L, 1.3L Gold Coast Cls 1
1400m 59 (Ms L G Cheshire 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:22.58
(Last 600m 36.06), Good(4), Tamrookum 58 1,
Gorada 55 3, Afton Prince 55.5 4, Btg $7.00,
$7.50, $6.00 5th to turn. Wide throughout.
--- SPELL --2ND, 11Mar17 2.3L, sht hd Gold Coast C,H&G’s
Cls 1 1200m 59 (Ms L G Cheshire 2) 7, Lim 54,
1:10.75 (Last 600m 33.90), Good(4), Star
Justice 56 1, Emperor Maximilian 58.5 3, Royal
Script 56.5 4, Btg $5.50, $8.00 3rd to turn.
Inconvenienced near 1000m.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 08Apr17 6.3L Gold Coast Cls 1 1200m
59 (Ms L G Cheshire 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:10.66 (Last
600m 34.33), Good(4), Go The Gantry 59 1,
Smart Devil 56.5 2, Licitra 54.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$15.00 6th settling, 8th turn. Wide throughout.
3RD, 22Apr17 0.5L, 1.3L Gold Coast C,H&G’s
Cls 2 1400m 55.5 (M Murphy 10) 11, Lim 54,
1:22.94 (Last 600m 35.68), Soft(6), Gregory
56 1, Denbern 56.5 2, Cyclone 59 4, Btg $11.00,
$13.00, $11.00 3rd throughout.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 27May17 2.7L Gold Coast Cls 2 1300m
57.5 (Ms L G Cheshire 1) 14, Lim 54, 1:17.83 (Last
600m 36.09), Good(4), Wack’em 59 1, Priest’s
Road 54 2, Licitra 56 3, Btg $9.00, $13.00 led
to turn.
5TH, 10Jun17 2.6L Gold Coast C,H&G’s Cls 2
1400m 56 (C Bayliss 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:24.42 (Last
600m 35.92), Soft(5), Tamrookum 59 1, Priest’s
Road 54 2, Red Magic 58 3, Btg $11.00 2nd to
turn.
8TH, 25Jun17 10.8L Gold Coast Cls 1 1800m 57
(A Sewell 5) 14, Set weights, 1:50.95 (Last 600m
36.39), Good(4), Sheza Lily 56.5 1, Bronzegate
57 2, Regal Lad 59 3, Btg $8.50, $6.00, $7.00
3rd settling, 4th 1200m, 5th 800m, 10th turn.
Inquiry into performance.
6TH, 07Jul17 5.3L Ipswich Cls 1 1350m 58 (S
Sheargold 1) 8, Lim 54, 1:25 (Last 600m 36.80),
Heavy(10), Windmill Follies 54.5 1, Elusive
Element 52 2, Manabar 54 3, Btg $4.00, $4.60
3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- SPELL --7TH, 07Apr18 4.1L Beaudesert Cls 1 1200m
59 (Ms L G Cheshire 10) 12, Lim 54, 1:10.94
(Last 600m 35.76), Good(4), Hot Choice 54 1,
Close Enough 52 2, Amaryliss 58.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$10.00, $11.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn. Wide
throughout.
WON, 21Apr18 0.5L, 1L Gold Coast C,H&G’s
Cls 1 1200m 58 (Ms R Palmer 1) 12, Lim 54,
1:09.95 (Last 600m 34.17), Good(4), Arterial
57 2, Airacobra 56 3, Limestone Cowboy 57 4,
Btg $26.00, $21.00 4th to turn. Inquiry into
performance.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 19May18 0.5L, 1/2 nck Gold Coast Cls 2
1400m 57.5 (Ms R Palmer 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:23.01
(Last 600m 35.10), Good(4), Nothingforthepress
57 1, The Sheepish Lion 54.5 3, Distroyia 54 4, Btg
$11.00, $8.00 2nd throughout.
4TH, 06Jun18 5.1L Gold Coast (Metro)
C,H&G’s Cls 3 1400m 55.5 (J Guthmann-Chester
2) 12, Set weights, 1:22.60 (Last 600m 34.41),
Good(3), Constant Flight 57 1, Cadogan 59 2,
Overlap 56 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00 4th to 800m,
3rd turn.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 30Jun18 5.8L Gold Coast Cls 2 1400m
57.5 (Ms L G Cheshire 7) 15, Lim 54, 1:23.89 (Last
600m 36.70), Soft(5), Captivator 55.5 1, Crab
Boy 56.5 2, The Sheepish Lion 54 3, Btg $13.00,
$16.00 led settling, 3rd turn.
--- SPELL --6TH, 27Oct18 5.6L Kembla Grange Cls 2
1200m 54.5 (G Buckley 5) 7, Lim 54, 1:11.08 (Last
600m 33.27), Good(4), Excelling 59 1, Poetic
Charmer 58.5 2, Myprayer 57 3, Btg $7.00, $6.50
5th to 800m, 6th turn. Wide throughout.
6TH, 10Nov18 2L Goulburn Bm58 1300m
60 (B El-Issa 1) 8, Lim 54.5, 1:18.13 (Last 600m
35.39), Good(4), Louis’ Choice 59.5 1, Ready Set
Sing 59 2, Fly Forward 60 3, Btg $7.00, $8.50,
$5.00 4th to turn.
--- LET-UP ---
Continued page 30
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6TH, 23Dec18 4L Moruya Cls 2 1300m 58 (R
Brewer 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.19 (Last 600m 35.01),
Soft(6), Elegant Ellen 59 1, Classic Conquest 54.5
2, A Snip Of Cyndy 59 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00,
$17.00 9th to 800m, Last turn.
Not fancied.
RACE 4
EQ4
Benchmark 64
3.10 (1200m)
1. ABERRATION (12) 61
br g 5 Lonhro — Hallucinates (G A Ryan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$87,435
17
3
7
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
—
12
3
1
1
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
5
1
—
1
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 3:0-1-0
DIST: 5:0-2-2
Won over: 1350 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-2-1
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-2-0
4th UP: 2:1-1-0
WIN: 17.6%
PLACE: 70.6%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 232s241170s362s
2ND, 28Sep16 0.5L, 0.5L Mornington Mdn
1200m 56 (M Dee 1) 9, Set weights, 1:10.98
(Last 600m 34.36), Good(4), Swampland 54
1, Pachino Boy 56 3, Channing 56 4, Btg $5.00,
$6.00, $5.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
2ND, 15Oct16 0.5L, 1.8L Bendigo 2nd 3yo Mdn
1400m 58 (A Mallyon 8) 8, Set weights, 1:24.44
, Good(4), So Poysed 58 1, Bonville 58 3, Tax
Dancer 58 4, Btg $4.60, $4.20 3rd to 800m, 4th
turn. Slowly away. Blocked for a run in straight.
--- SPELL --6TH, 13Mar17 3.5L Moonee Valley Mdn 1200m
58 (D Dunn 6) 9, Set weights, 1:11.36 , Good(4),
Fast Stryke 58 1, Tenappy Ladies 56 2, Miracle
Mountain 55.5 3, Btg $4.20, $5.00 8th to 800m,
Last turn. Slowly away. Stewards queried run.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 07Apr17 1L, sht 1/2 hd Cranbourne-N
3yo Mdn 1400m 58 (A Mallyon 2) 12, Set
weights, 1:26.07 (Last 600m 36.48), Good(3),
Stornaway 58 2, Arrochar 58 3, Seattle Park 58
4, Btg $3.80, $3.20, $3.50 (fav). 4th to turn.
2ND, 27Apr17 3L, lng hd Racing.Com Park
Syn-N Bm64 1400m 58.5 (A Mallyon 1) 12, Lim
55, 1:24.94 (Last 600m 35.76), Synthetic, Good
Therapy 58.5 1, Junior Burger 56.5 3, Bellomo 60
4, Btg $7.50, $9.00 5th to 800m, 3rd turn.
2ND, 14May17 lng nck, 0.8L Ballarat Bm64
1600m 59 (A Mallyon 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:40.12 (Last
600m 34.88), Good(4), Kiwia 59.5 1, Two Hats
58.5 3, Rostock 59 4, Btg $3.20, $4.60 2nd
throughout.
--- LET-UP --3RD, 11Jul17 nck, 2.3L Gosford C,H&G’s Bm60
1200m 60.5 (N Heywood 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:11.92
(Last 600m 36.18), Good(4), Pure Rebel 61 1,
Centro Superior 59.5 2, Incubus 58.5 4, Btg
$2.80, $3.00 (fav). 4th to turn.
2ND, 25Jul17 2L, nck Wyong Cls 1 1350m 58.5
(C Reith 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:19.98 (Last 600m 34.90),
Good(4), Rogue Missile 59 1, Global Rocket 57 3,
Springer 56 4, Btg $5.00, $6.50 5th to 800m,
4th turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 16Dec17 1L, 1/2 hd Kembla Grange Bm67
1200m 58.5 (M Bell 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:10.67 ((class
record) Last 600m 33.91), Good(4), Smartedge
59 1, Travancore 57.5 3, Soothing 55 4, Btg
$13.00, $12.00, $21.00 5th to 800m, 6th turn.
Checked near 800m.
4TH, 03Jan18 3.5L Kembla Grange Cls 1
1400m 59 (C Reith 3) 6, Lim 54, 1:24.05 (Last
600m 34.24), Soft(5), Amanito 57.5 1, Cyrus
Rocks 59.5 2, Mozart’s Work 54.5 3, Btg $2.25,
$2.10, $2.50 (fav). 4th throughout. Slowly away.
WON, 20Jan18 nse, 0.8L Beaumont Bm73
1350m 55 (B Spriggs 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:20.65 (Last
600m 34.96), Good(3), Fratellino 55.5 2,
Aristograts 55.5 3, Jemadar 60.5 4, Btg $4.60,
$6.50 5th to 800m, 7th turn. Blocked for a run
on straightening.
WON, 30Jan18 lng nck, 13L Gosford C,H&G’s
Cls 2 1600m 58 (B Avdulla 3) 3, Lim 54, 1:39.17
(Last 600m 37.26), Good(4), Lightning Lockie
54 2, Finnero 54 3, Btg $1.30, $1.45 (fav). 2nd to
turn. Slowly away. Laid out near turn.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 10Mar18 3.9L Hawkesbury Cls 5 1400m
56 (B Spriggs 10) 14, Set weights, 1:22.44 (Last
600m 34.53), Good(3), Uptown Lad 59 1, Plaisir
56 2, Bastia 56 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00 8th to
800m, 9th turn. Wide throughout.
LAST, 24Mar18 9.5L Kembla Grange Cls 5
1400m 56 (K S Latham 4) 16, Set weights, 1:24.86
(Last 600m 36.26), Heavy(8), Mandylion 54 1,
Old Man Sam 57.5 2, Tawfiq Boy 56 3, Btg $51.00,
$81.00 11th to 800m, 14th turn.
--- SPELL --3RD, 13Aug18 lng hd, lng nck Quirindi Bm67
1200m 60.5 (J Adams 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:10.70 (Last
600m 35.11), Good(3), Princess Pattern 56.5 1,
De La Hoya 60 2, Kettering 58.5 4, Btg $2.50,
$2.80 (fav). 5th to 800m, 6th turn.
6TH, 02Sep18 3.4L Mudgee Cls 3 1400m
61.5 (C Lever 4) 8, Lim 54, 1:28.45 , Soft(7), The
Grandson 55.5 1, Black Platinum 52 2, Trust Me
Bill 50 3, Btg $1.90, $2.10 (fav). 7th settling, 6th
800m, Last turn. Inquiry into performance.
Rider - didn’t handle going. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
2ND, 09Sep18 1.3L, 2.5L Muswellbrook Cls
3 1450m 60.5 (Ms R King 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:27.42
, Soft(6), Kulnura 58 1, He’sprettycool 54 3,
Falsified 54 4, Btg $4.20, $5.50 3rd to 800m,
2nd turn. Wide throughout.
--- SPELL --Had the benefit of 4½ len 6th
Californiafirebird 1100m C’bury barrier
trial Heavy(8) Dec 20. First-up. Previously
trained by Benjamin Smith. Badly drawn.
Could sneak a place at odds.
2. CAPTAIN MANERING (13) 61
b g 8 Dane Shadow — Miraculous Lady (US) (Ms
G Markwell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$143,055
42
6
7
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
42
—
29
7
6
—
Wins
—
3
1
2
—
2nds
—
5
1
1
—
3rds
—
4
—
1
—
TRACK: 28:5-6-4
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1400 (2) 1600 (4)
1st UP: 5:2-0-1
2nd UP: 5:0-0-2
3rd UP: 5:0-3-1
4th UP: 5:1-1-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 42.9%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 74024116s19320s
5TH, 10Jun17 6.2L Kembla Grange C,H&G’s
Cls 3 1400m 55.5 (A Williams 1) 8, Set weights,
1:27.47 (Last 600m 36.33), Heavy(10), Flow
55.5 1, Cismontane 57 2, Brad The Lad 55.5 3, Btg
$13.00, $17.00 5th to 800m, 6th turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 08Jul17 hd, hd Kembla Grange Bm64
1600m 56.5 (B Ryan 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:39.33 (Last
600m 35.31), Good(3), Wings 57.5 1, Nissile 59.5
3 dead heat, Sebrarian 59.5 3 dead heat, Btg
$8.00, $8.50, $5.50 5th to turn. Overraced early,
middle stages. Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 03Aug17 3.2L Hawkesbury Bm63
1800m 57 (A Williams 5) 13, Lim 54, 1:50.36
((class record) Last 600m 34.34), Good(4),
Another Larga 57 1, Letter To Juliette 58 2 dead
heat, Addicticraft 59 2 dead heat, Btg $13.00,
$21.00 led settling, 3rd 1200m, 4th to turn.
Overraced early, middle stages.
2ND, 10Aug17 5L, sht 1/2 hd Kembla Grange
Bm65 1600m 59.5 (M Bell 11) 12, Lim 54, 1:36.56
(Last 600m 35.03), Good(3), Kokopu 59 1,
Korodon 59.5 3, Espresso Shot 54 4, Btg $12.00,
$21.00 6th to 1200m, led 800m, 2nd turn. Ran
wide early stages.
3RD, 30Aug17 1.5L, 0.8L Canterbury Bm73
1900m 52.5 (B Ryan 7) 8, Lim 53, 1:56.82 (Last
600m 37.54), Good(3), Estikhraaj 59 1, Token
Of Love 52.5 2, Taikomochi 58.5 4, Btg $26.00,
$61.00 6th to 1200m, 5th 800m, 6th turn.
LAST, 13Sep17 14.8L Canterbury Bm75
1900m 52.5 (J Innes Jnr 10) 12, Lim 53, 1:55.58
(Last 600m 36.28), Good(3), Another Larga
56 1, Estikhraaj 60 2, Token Of Love 52 3, Btg
$51.00, $71.00 8th to 800m, Last turn. Wide
throughout. Overraced middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 14Oct17 6L Kembla Grange Bm67 1600m
55.5 (B Ryan 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:36.89 ((class record)
Last 600m 34.64), Good(3), Lord Kingsley 58.5
1, Shield Wall 59 2, Lani Girl 57 3, Btg $31.00,
$21.00 led to turn. Inquiry into performance.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 07Nov17 3L Kembla Grange Bm61
1400m 59.5 (K S Latham 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:25.14
(Last 600m 34.85), Soft(5), Burden Of Proof
54 1, Free Way 60.5 2, Dashie De Luxe 59 3, Btg
$12.00, $11.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
4TH, 25Nov17 2.6L Gosford Bm65 1600m 57
(K S Latham 2) 8, Lim 54, 1:37.46 (Last 600m
35.74), Good(3), Lindwall 57 1, Mr Smart 59 2,
Sculptures 55.5 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00 5th to
1200m, 6th 800m, 7th turn.
LAST, 02Dec17 5.1L Kembla Grange Bm60
1600m 59 (K S Latham 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:39.11
(Last 600m 35.37), Soft(5), Noble Truth 60 1,
Tinkermosa 55.5 2, Loyal Toast 59 3, Btg $7.00,
$11.00, $9.00 9th to 800m, Last turn. Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 31Dec17 4L, 1L Nowra Bm55 1600m 60.5
(B Ryan 6) 11, Lim 54, 1:38.58 (Last 600m 36),
Soft(6), Victory Anthem 57.5 1, Treasured Art 57
3, Go One More 61 4, Btg $7.00, $13.00 6th to
800m, 5th turn.
4TH, 13Jan18 2.8L Kembla Grange Bm64
2000m 54 (B Ryan 5) 9, Lim 54.5, 2:03.54
(Last 600m 36.65), Soft(5), Lucky Legend 58
1, Dalalah 54.5 2, Stately Lord 56 3, Btg $8.50,
$5.50 2nd settling, led to turn. Ran wide near
1600m. Trial to steward’s satisfaction.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 06Feb18 0.5L, 1.3L Kembla Grange
Bm67 1600m 52 (B Ryan 1) 6, Lim 54, 1:38.05
(Last 600m 33.35), Good(3), Weekend Affair
60 2, Tycoon Mar 59.5 3, Roya’s Dream 56 4, Btg
$7.00, $4.80, $8.00 2nd to turn.
WON, 18Feb18 hd, 2L Nowra Bm58 1600m
60.5 (B Ryan 6) 6, Lim 54, 1:38.62 (Last 600m
35.44), Good(4), Jingles 57.5 2, Yankee Foxtrot
56.5 3, Element Of Luck 54 4, Btg $3.50, $3.80
(eq fav). 4th to turn. Slowly away. Overraced
middle stages. Laid in in straight.
LAST, 01Mar18 5L Newcastle Bm72 1600m
56 (K S Latham 5) 6, Lim 54, 1:37.25 (Last 600m
33.57), Good(3), Sacred Edge 55 1, Temprado
55.5 2, Dependable 56 3, Btg $13.00, $31.00 4th
to 800m, Last turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 12Jul18 hd, 0.5L Kembla Grange Bm68
1400m 56 (B Ryan 3) 6, Lim 54, 1:24.88 (Last
600m 34.16), Good(4), Fleeting Stryke 60 2,
Spencer 57 3, Erins Zar 57 4, Btg $13.00, $17.00
4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
9TH, 26Jul18 2.8L Kembla Grange Bm68
1500m 58 (B Ryan 2) 14, Lim 54, 1:30.45 (Last
600m 35.78), Good(3), Marabel 56.5 1, Belle
Du Sud 55 2, Laszlo 58 3, Btg $21.00, $17.00
5th settling, 6th 800m, 5th turn. Slowly away.
Overraced early stages.
3RD, 09Aug18 1.8L, 1.5L Kembla Grange
Bm70 1600m 57 (B Ryan 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:35 (Last
600m 35.49), Good(3), China Gale 56 1, Red
Dubawi 56 2, Decroux 59.5 4, Btg $21.00, $31.00
6th to 1200m, 7th to turn.
2ND, 18Aug18 4.3L, 1/2 hd Kembla Grange
Bm68 1600m 58 (B Ryan 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:37.88
(Last 600m 38.69), Good(3), Decroux 60 1,
Hypernicus 55.5 3, Californiafirebird 59.5 4, Btg
$12.00, $9.00 4th to turn.
10TH, 29Aug18 19.1L Canterbury Bm70 1900m
59 (C Brown 5) 11, Lim 53, 1:56.69 (Last 600m
36.90), Good(3), High Bridge 59 1, Scratches 57.5 2,
Tamarack 61.5 3, Btg $41.00, $81.00 6th to 800m,
8th turn. Shifted in at start.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Awkwardly drawn. Rough
chance for minors.
3. MAKE ‘EM CRY (10) 60
b g 3 Exceed And Excel — Tears I Cry (US) (G
Waterhouse & A Bott)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$49,495
6
2
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
—
2
2
2
—
Wins
—
1
—
1
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:2-0-0
DIST: 3:2-0-0
Won over: 1200 (2)
1st UP: 3:2-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 65
LAST 15 STARTS: 10s888s1
WON, 27Jan18 1.3L, 3L Kembla Grange 2yo
Mdn 1200m 57 (K Mallyon 5) 10, Set weights,
1:10.45 (Last 600m 34.47), Good(3), Burbank
57 2, Chamfer 57 3, Fun Fact 57 4, Btg $26.00
led throughout. Raced Greenly. Caused
interference. Protested against, dismissed.
LAST, 10Feb18 19.6L Warwick Farm (LR)
Lonhro Plate 1100m 56 (T Clark 1) 10, Set wts
with pen, 1:04.33 (Last 600m 34.58, Last 200m
13.46), Soft(5), Sandbar 56 1, Satin Slipper 56
2, Oxford Tycoon 56 3, Btg $4.60, $5.50 8th
settling, 9th turn. Inquiry into performance.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --LAST, 09Jun18 12.6L Randwick 2yo Open
1000m 57 (J Parr 1) 8, Lim 54, 59.88s (Last
600m 36.10, Last 200m 13.98), Heavy(9), Dio
D’Oro 57 1, Fulife King 58 2, God Of Thunder 55.5
including 0.5 over 3, Btg $11.00, $17.00, $15.00
4th settling, 3rd turn. Checked near 200m.
LAST, 27Jun18 17.2L Canterbury 2yo Open
1100m 58 (Ms R King 8) 8, Lim 54.5, 1:05.34
(Last 600m 36.07), Soft(6), Smart Melody 56
1, Laburnum 56 2, Kashiwa 56.5 3, Btg $26.00,
$41.00 3rd to 800m, 5th turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Wide throughout.
8TH, 12Jul18 5.1L Grafton 2yo Open 1200m
56 (J Innes Jnr 10) 10, Set wts with pen, 1:08.90
(Last 600m 34.90), Good(4), Vernazza 54 1,
She’s Choosie 52 2, Taken On Chance 54 3, Btg
$6.50, $13.00, $10.00 led to turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 15Dec18 0.5L, lng hd Kembla Grange
Bm64 1200m 57.5 (L Magorrian 4) 9, Lim 54,
1:11.40 (Last 600m 34.40), Heavy(8), Rio De
Janeiro 57 2, Evict 60.5 3, Soir De Lune 57 4, Btg
$17.00, $16.00 2nd to 800m, led turn.
Determined effort from handy position
to win here first-up. Strips fitter. Has
raced well this track previously. Should be
competitive.
4. MISTEED (4) 58
b f 3 Exceed And Excel — Vital Mist (P & P
Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$51,920
7
1
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
5
1
1
—
Wins
—
—
—
1
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 42.9%
RTG: 65
LAST 15 STARTS: 250s1624s
2ND, 05Jan18 hd, 1.8L Canterbury-N 2yo
, Fillies Mdn 1100m 57 (T Angland 5) 9, Lim 57,
1:05.60 (Last 600m 36), Good(4), Whiskey
Shooter 57 1, Membrillo 55.5 3, Ivira 55.5 4, Btg
$3.00, $2.80, $3.20 (fav). 3rd to turn. Blocked
for a run near 200m.
5TH, 19Jan18 1L Canterbury-N 2yo Mdn
1200m 57 (J Bowman 3) 8, Lim 56, 1:12.13 (Last
600m 36.06), Good(3), Sandbar 58 1, Marmaris
58 2, The Enzo 58 3, Btg $2.50, $2.10 (fav).
3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Blocked for a run near
turn. Struck with another’s whip. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
11TH, 03Feb18 6L Rosehill (G 3) Widden
Stakes 1100m 54.5 (Ms W Costin 6) 13, Set wts
with pen, 1:05.50 (Last 600m 35.04, Last 200m
12), Soft(5), Fiesta 54.5 1, Adamina 54.5 2, River
Bird 54.5 3, Btg $15.00, $21.00 10th to turn.
Overraced middle stages.
--- SPELL --WON, 06Jun18 sht nck, 2.3L Canterbury
2yo Mdn 1100m 56.5 (K Mc Evoy 6) 9, Lim 54.5,
1:06.65 (Last 600m 36.98), Heavy(8), Ljungberg
58 2, Task And Purpose 56 3, Tell Me 56.5 4, Btg
$2.80, $2.60, $3.80 7th to 800m, 3rd turn.
Jumped awkwardly. Checked early stages.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 18Jul18 3.3L Warwick Farm 2yo Spec
1200m 56.5 (K Mc Evoy 6) 11, Lim 53, 1:10.10 (Last
600m 35.35), Good(4), Osorno 57 1, Echo Gem
56.5 2, Onthetake 56 3, Btg $2.90, $4.60 5th to
800m, 6th turn. Eased near 800m. Inquiry into
performance. Poor post-race recovery.
2ND, 08Aug18 sht hd, lng hd Canterbury 3yo
, Fillies Bm69 1250m 56.5 (S R Weatherley 7) 7,
Lim 55, 1:14.20 (Last 600m 35.35), Good(3),
Symi 57 1, Couvre Lit 59 3, Vitesse 55 4, Btg
$8.50, $9.00, $8.50 Last to turn. Inquiry into
performance. Blocked for a run on straightening.
4TH, 25Aug18 4.1L Newcastle F&M’s Cls 2
1400m 55.5 (M Bell 5) 7, Lim 54, 1:23.81 (Last
600m 35.19), Good(3), Impulsive 59 1, Greysful
Glamour 51 2, Gracefilly 57.5 3, Btg $2.90, $3.50
4th throughout. Overraced middle stages.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --Prepared for this with lg nk 4th To Excess
742m R’wick barrier trial Soft(6) Dec 17.
First-up. Saluted at Canterbury first-up last
time in. Drawn to receive every chance.
Keep in mind.
5. BAD BOY FOR LOVE (9) 58
ch g 3 Wanted — Ready For Joy (US) (Matthew
Vella)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$25,285
3
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
1
1
1
—
Wins
—
—
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
1
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-1-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 66.7%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 7s2s1
LAST, 26Dec17 8.2L Randwick 2yo Mdn 1000m
58 (J Ford 7) 7, Lim 56, 58.41s ((class record) Last
600m 35.01), Good(4), Into The Abyss 56 1, Lilith
56 2, Vainity 56 3, Btg $13.00 5th to 800m, Last
turn. Jumped awkwardly. Raced Greenly.
--- SPELL --2ND, 10Jun18 1.5L, 1L Hawkesbury Mdn
1300m 55 (J Ford 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:18.23 (Last
600m 35.90), Heavy(8), Broom Broom 59 1,
Indisputable 57.5 3, Dad’s Boy 54.5 4, Btg $2.90,
$3.00, $2.90 (fav). led to turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 16Dec18 1.5L, 2.3L Hawkesbury Mdn
1100m 57 (M Bell 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:04.39 (Last 600m
35.21), Soft(6), Schnapps 57 2, I’m A Legend 60.5 3,
Thorn Brook 54 4, Btg $6.00, $12.00 10th settling,
8th turn. Shifted out in straight.
Swept to lead and raced clear to
salute in superb fashion in weaker class
at Hawkesbury first-up. Fitter. Not the
roughest.
6. SHERIFF (3) 57.5
b c 3 Myboycharlie (IR) — Just Another (R & L
Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$27,015
4
1
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
4
—
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
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TRACK: 1:0-1-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-2-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 75%
RTG: 60
LAST 15 STARTS: 9s2s21
LAST, 28Mar18 3.8L Warwick Farm 2yo
, C&G’s Mdn 1100m 56 (A Adkins 1) 9, Set
weights, 1:04.27 (Last 600m 34.48), Good(4),
Momentum Factor 56 1, Adana 56 2, Nicco Lad
56 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 2nd to 800m, led turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 04Aug18 2.3L, hd Kembla Grange 3yo
Mdn 1000m 57 (J Adams 6) 8, Set weights,
57.24s (Last 600m 33.61), Good(3), He’s Super
Lucky 57 1, Franquare 55 3, Adamina 55 4, Btg
$15.00, $13.00 led to turn. Lacerations.
--- SPELL --2ND, 09Dec18 0.5L, 0.8L Nowra C,H&G’s
Mdn 1100m 58 (B Ryan 8) 11, Lim 54.5, 1:01.87
(Last 600m 34.05), Good(4), The Runner 57 1,
Lytafyre 54.5 3, Monterey Lad 55 4, Btg $7.00,
$9.00, $8.50 2nd throughout.
WON, 20Dec18 3.8L, sht nck Goulburn
C,H&G’s Mdn 1200m 57.5 (B Ryan 3) 9, Set
weights, 1:09.73 (Last 600m 34.94), Good(4),
Pindus 57.5 2, Lincoln County 57.5 3, King Billy 59
4, Btg $2.60, $2.80, $2.60 led throughout.
Commanding on-pace winner in weaker
company at Goulburn at latest. Strips fitter
third-up. Usually prominent. Drawn to get a
nice run. Can play a key role.
7. SOIR DE LUNE (2) 57
bl/br g 4 Your Song — Moon De French (US) (Ms
G Markwell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$32,900
9
1
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
6
1
2
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
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TRACK: 3:0-1-0
DIST: 3:0-0-1
Won over: 1350 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 11.1%
PLACE: 44.4%
RTG: 56
LAST 15 STARTS: 3326s16064
3RD, 12Apr18 1/2 hd, 1.3L Wyong 3yo Mdn
1200m 58.5 (J Collett 2) 8, Lim 54.5, 1:10.54
(Last 600m 35.19), Good(4), Bachelor 58 1,
Clifton County 58 2, Ritzy Roxie 55 4, Btg $2.50,
$2.80 (fav). 4th to 800m, 5th turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Blocked for a run near 200m.
3RD, 22Apr18 3.5L, 2.5L Goulburn C,H&G’s
Mdn 1300m 58.5 (J Collett 5) 7, Lim 55, 1:17.64
(Last 600m 35.70), Good(4), Hemmerle
58.5 1, Fruitful Warrior 57 2, The Sprooker 58
4, Btg $1.65, $1.70 (fav). Last to 800m, 5th
turn. Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
2ND, 26Apr18 nck, 1.8L Kembla Grange Mdn
1400m 58 (J Collett 3) 6, Lim 54.5, 1:23.68 (Last
600m 34.53), Good(3), Clifton County 58.5 1,
High Potential 54.5 3, Stealthy 58.5 4, Btg $4.20,
$4.80 led to turn. Raced Greenly.
LAST, 10May18 21.1L Hawkesbury 3yo Mdn
1600m 59 (T Clark 5) 6, Lim 54, 1:36.24 (Last
600m 36.24), Good(3), African Academy 59.5
1, Hiero 57 2, Stealthy 58.5 3, Btg $3.50, $4.00
2nd to 800m, 4th turn. Slowly away. Inquiry
into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities,
ordered to trial.
--- SPELL --WON, 23Sep18 1/2 nck, 1/2 nck Wyong Mdn
1350m 59 (J Collett 7) 7, Set weights, 1:20.21
(Last 600m 35.35), Good(4), Jarhead 56.5 2,
Starvino 59 3, Clarencetown 59 4, Btg $3.20,
$3.80 2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 21Oct18 8L Wyong Bm64 1600m 59 (J
Collett 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:38.20 (Last 600m 34.86),
Soft(6), Cool And Neat 58 1, The Cartoonist 59.5
2, Spinning Gold 54.5 3, Btg $4.60, $5.00 led to
turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
LAST, 01Nov18 40.8L Gosford Bm64 1600m
58.5 (J Collett 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:40.60 (Last 600m
39.56), Good(4), Missybeel 59.5 1, Nordic Lover
57.5 2, Clunes Rocket 52 3, Btg $10.00, $13.00
led to 800m, 2nd turn. Overraced early, middle
stages. Weakened noticeably. Trial to steward’s
satisfaction.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 01Dec18 2.6L Kembla Grange C,H&G’s
Cls 1 1200m 57 (K S Latham 1) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.61
(Last 600m 34.94), Heavy(8), American Salute
54.5 1, We Could Be Heroes 51 2, Oakfield Jet
58 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00, $12.00 led to turn.
Overraced during race.
4TH, 15Dec18 1L Kembla Grange Bm64
1200m 57 (K S Latham 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:11.40 (Last
600m 34.40), Heavy(8), Make ‘em Cry 57.5 1, Rio
De Janeiro 57 2, Evict 60.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00,
$17.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Overraced near
1000m.
Not keen.
8. COSIMO (11) 56.5
ch g 3 Written Tycoon — Tuscan Haze (Lauri
Wray)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$39,730
11
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
8
2
1
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 9.1%
PLACE: 18.2%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 48s656210s505
4TH, 25Nov17 3.2L Rosehill 2yo Open 1100m
56 (B Shinn 2) 7, Set wts with pen, 1:04.41 (Last
600m 34.31, Last 200m 11.90), Good(3), Secret
Lady 54 1, Plague Stone 56 2, Orcein 56 3, Btg
$6.00, $9.00 2nd settling, 4th turn. Overraced
early stages.
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8TH, 16Dec17 4.2L Randwick 2yo Open
1000m 56 (K Mc Evoy 10) 13, Set weights,
58.44s (Last 600m 35.27, Last 200m 12.84),
Good(4), Hong Kong Bet 56 1, Ragged Rascal 56
2, Canyonero 56 3, Btg $10.00, $9.00, $12.00
5th to turn. Overraced middle stages. Vetted no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --6TH, 25Apr18 5.3L Gosford 2yo Mdn 1000m
58 (M Bell 4) 10, Lim 54.5, 58.80s (Last 600m
34.67), Good(4), Pretty In Pink 55.5 1, Fulife
King 57 2, Admissible 55.5 3, Btg $3.20, $3.50,
$2.80 (fav). 7th to 800m, 6th turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 23May18 4.2L Canterbury 2yo , C&G’s
Mdn 1100m 56 (C Brown 2) 9, Lim 55.5, 1:04.10
(Last 600m 35), Good(3), Beidi 57 1, Munich 58
2, Home Soil 57 3, Btg $7.00, $6.50, $7.00 5th
throughout. Jumped awkwardly. Overraced
early stages. Lacerations.
6TH, 09Jun18 6.3L Newcastle Mdn 1200m 55
(M Bell 3) 9, Lim 54, 1:11.76 (Last 600m 35.85),
Heavy(8), The Big Vin 59 1, Oakfield Missile 56
2, Magnifica 57.5 3, Btg $5.50, $3.50 (fav). led to
turn. Hampered early stages. Overraced early
stages.
2ND, 26Jun18 lng nck, 0.5L Wyong Mdn
1100m 56.5 (M Bell 4) 6, Set weights, 1:04.79
(Last 600m 34.74), Soft(7), Mandalong Nicko
59 1, Royal Witness 56.5 3, Bullseye Score 59 4,
Btg $5.00, $5.50, $4.80 Last to turn. Overraced
early stages.
WON, 14Jul18 2.5L, lng nck Wyong Mdn
1100m 57 (K Jennings 5) 9, Lim 56, 1:05.60
(Last 600m 34.94), Good(4), Londinium 56 2,
Coltrane 58 3, Galahad’s Quest 57.5 4, Btg $2.35,
$3.50 (fav). 2nd to 800m, led turn.
LAST, 21Jul18 9.1L Randwick 2yo Open
1000m 53.5 (Ms K O’Hara 4) 10, Lim 53, 56.84s
((race record) Last 600m 33.60, Last 200m
11.93), Good(4), Plague Stone 58 1, Witherspoon
55 2, The Tenor 55.5 3, Btg $31.00, $51.00 8th to
turn. Hung out near turn.
--- SPELL --LAST, 23Nov18 8.3L Hawkesbury Cls 1 1000m
58 (K Jennings 4) 5, Lim 54, 56.21s (Last 600m
32.44), Good(3), Bare Naked Lady 58 1, Black
Magnum 56.5 2, Snip ‘n’ Stare 56 3, Btg $9.00,
$15.00 4th to turn. Overraced near 600m.
LAST, 06Dec18 5.1L Gosford Cls 2 1100m 54.5
(Ms R King 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:03.97 (Last 600m
34.79), Good(4), Anna’s Joy 56.5 1, Sophiella 56
2, All Too Free 58.5 3, Btg $51.00, $101.00 4th to
800m, 5th turn. Wide throughout.
5TH, 16Dec18 1.7L Canberra Cls 1 1200m
58.5 (Ms C Gravener 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:12.21 (Last
600m 36.10), Soft(6), Lansala 58 1, All Talk 55
2, Biodynamic 60.5 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00, $12.00
3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Blocked for a run on
straightening. Struck interference near 200m.
Looking elsewhere.
9. JUAPHIKOA (6) 56.5
b g 5 Daneborogh — United Nations (Ms G
Markwell)
P’Money
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2nd 3rd
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TRACK: 4:1-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 900 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 18.2%
PLACE: 45.5%
RTG: 55
LAST 15 STARTS: 31s6443s40152
3RD, 11Sep17 2.8L, lng nck Queanbeyan
C,H&G’s Mdn 1000m 58 (J Grisedale 2) 7, Lim
54, 57.07s (Last 600m 33.75), Good(3), It’s
Academic 58.5 1, Usainly 57.5 2, Sang Real 54 4,
Btg $7.50, $10.00 3rd throughout.
WON, 25Sep17 0.5L, 0.8L Queanbeyan
Mdn 900m 55 (P Scorse 1) 8, Lim 54, 51.83s
(Last 600m 34.16), Good(3), Genoveffa 54 2,
Battlescar 56 3, Tinybella 56 4, Btg $8.00, $6.50
4th to turn. Hampered early stages.
--- SPELL --6TH, 02Feb18 2.2L Canberra Bm55 1000m 58
(P Scorse 2) 7, Lim 54, 57.99s (Last 600m 34.06),
Good(4), Eve’s Miss 58 1, Fire Stoker 60.5 2, Lulu
Raez 58.5 3, Btg $11.00, $12.00, $9.00 3rd to
800m, 6th turn.
4TH, 19Feb18 1.7L Bathurst Cls 1 1100m 58.5
(M A Cahill 4) 5, Lim 54, 1:05.55 , Soft(5), Catcha
Crown 58.5 1, Alvin Purple 60 2, Bells Creek 52
3, Btg $2.35, $3.20 4th throughout. Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 19Mar18 1.2L Queanbeyan Bm55 1000m
55 (Ms C Gillman 6) 12, Lim 54, 56.56s (Last
600m 34.31), Good(3), Balycastle Pegasus 61 1,
Stone Cold 60.5 2, Our Revenue 54 3, Btg $8.00,
$10.00 4th to 800m, 2nd turn.
3RD, 08Apr18 2L, 1.5L Gundagai Cls 2 1000m
54 (Ms J Philpot 3) 10, Lim 54, 57.09s (Last
600m 33.94), Good(3), Sei Stella 57 1, Corazon
De Oro 54.5 2, Leaping Lenny 55.5 4, Btg $11.00,
$13.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 13Oct18 5.3L Kembla Grange Cls 1 1200m
54 (Ms K O’Hara 1) 6, Lim 54, 1:11.78 (Last 600m
35.72), Heavy(9), Fortification 58 1, Show Me
The Honey 60 2, Zerchois 54 3, Btg $6.50,
$6.00, $6.50 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Laid out
near 200m.
--- FRESHENED --11TH, 06Nov18 4.4L Kembla Grange Cls
2 1300m 52 (R Hunt 13) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.67
(Last 600m 34.56), Good(3), So Magic 55.5
1, Showminder 55 2, Lilith 58 3, Btg $26.00,
$41.00, $31.00 11th to 800m, 12th turn.
Overraced early stages.
WON, 17Nov18 1.3L, sht hd Kembla Grange
Cls 1 1200m 54 (Ms J Taylor 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:12.49
(Last 600m 36.05), Heavy(9), Ragazze 55.5 2,
Oakfield Jet 58 3, Better Take Cover 57 4, Btg
$31.00, $16.00 led throughout.
5TH, 01Dec18 0.9L Kembla Grange Bm64
1000m 57 (Ms J Taylor 3) 7, Lim 54, 57.96s
(Last 600m 34.25), Heavy(8), Ottamae 55.5 1,
Torchbearer 55.5 2, Twirling Moss 55 3, Btg $4.60
(fav). 3rd to turn.
2ND, 09Dec18 2L, nck Nowra Cls 2 1400m
58.5 (C Lever 6) 9, Lim 54, 1:22.44 (Last 600m
34.38), Good(4), Xaarfoxylady 57 1, Graceful Gift
54 3, Sacred Son 57 4, Btg $5.00 led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. On pace and boxed on to fill
the minors at Nowra last time out. On pacer.
Each-way chance.
10. THE PATRICIAN (1) 55.5
ch g 5 Street Boss (US) — Commands A Smile (R
L Pearse)
P’Money
STRS
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2nd 3rd
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TRACK: 3:1-0-0
DIST: 6:0-1-2
Won over: 1300 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 3:0-0-2
3rd UP: 3:1-1-1
4th UP: 3:0-1-1
WIN: 4.8%
PLACE: 57.1%
RTG: 53
LAST 15 STARTS: 6423s7532876292
3RD, 01Jun17 0.8L, 1L Gosford 3yo Mdn
1100m 58.5 (J Parr 7) 7, Lim 55, 1:04.52 (Last
600m 34.98), Good(4), Chalk 59 1, Seething
Jackal 57 2, Soul Revival 57.5 4, Btg $7.50, $9.00,
$8.00 6th to 800m, 4th turn. Laid out near
turn.
2ND, 22Jun17 1.5L, 1.5L Newcastle 3yo , C&G’s
Mdn 1350m 56 (J Parr 4) 7, Set weights, 1:22.50
((class record) Last 600m 35.03), Soft(6),
Blenders Edition 56 1, Sacred Edge 56 3, Soul
Revival 56 4, Btg $3.50, $4.00, $3.20 (fav).
6th to 800m, 5th turn. Slowly away. Laid in in
straight.
3RD, 29Jun17 lng nck, 1.3L Wyong Mdn 1350m
59 (J Parr 4) 8, Set weights, 1:21.55 (Last 600m
36.07), Soft(5), Weston 59 1, Ivoryman 59 2,
Zepherine 57 4, Btg $3.50, $3.20 (fav). 2nd to
turn. Stewards queried run. Rider told to use
more vigour.
--- SPELL --3RD, 23Nov17 1.5L, 2L Hawkesbury Mdn
1100m 59 (T Clark 12) 13, Set weights, 1:02.84
(Last 600m 33.85), Good(3), Soothing 55.5 1,
Wooshka 55.5 2, Citizen’s Arrest 57 4, Btg $7.50,
$10.00 9th to 800m, 6th turn.
3RD, 13Dec17 sht nck, nck Wyong Mdn
1200m 59 (J Parr 5) 9, Lim 54.5, 1:09.95 (Last
600m 34.27), Good(3), Cyber Intervention 57 1,
Zabeel’s Choice 55 2, Spencer 57.5 4, Btg $10.00,
$12.00, $11.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
WON, 03Jan18 1.3L, nse Kembla Grange Mdn
1300m 59 (A Hyeronimus 12) 14, Set weights,
1:18.27 (Last 600m 34.11), Soft(5), Our Girl Hollie
57 2, Kathmandu 59 3, Kung Fu Master 57.5 4, Btg
$4.00, $5.00 3rd to turn. Ran wide during race.
6TH, 24Jan18 3.3L Hawkesbury Cls 1 1300m
59 (A Hyeronimus 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:15.72 (Last
600m 34.83), Good(3), Dunatun 55.5 1, Kathaire
56.5 2, Brunch 56 3, Btg $6.50, $4.60, $5.50 3rd
to 800m, 2nd turn.
4TH, 10Feb18 3L Kembla Grange Cls 2 1600m
55.5 (G Buckley 5) 6, Lim 54, 1:37.56 (Last 600m
33.97), Good(3), Tinker Dan 57.5 1, Tamarack
56.5 2, Sacred Edge 54.5 3, Btg $9.00, $5.00 2nd
to 800m, led turn. Poor post-race recovery.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 12Mar18 2.3L, 1L Wyong Cls 1 1350m
59 (G Buckley 4) 7, Lim 54, 1:19.10 (Last 600m
33.77), Good(4), Thy Kingdom Come 60.5 1,
Missybeel 55 3, Cavellton 58.5 4, Btg $7.50,
$9.00, $7.00 2nd to 800m, led turn. Laid in in
straight.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 04Apr18 sht 1/2 hd, 1/2 nck Wyong Cls 2
1350m 57 (G Buckley 6) 6, Lim 54, 1:20.31 (Last
600m 35.17), Soft(5), Frogmarch 51 1, Bodhi Blue
55 2, Barbary 57.5 4, Btg $7.00, $11.00, $10.00
3rd throughout. Inquiry into performance. Wide
throughout.
--- SPELL --7TH, 03Jul18 8.6L Gosford Cls 2 1200m 57 (T
Clark 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:14.33 (Last 600m 37.39),
Heavy(8), Emperor Harada 56 1, Little Steiny 58
2, Ebenos 61.5 3, Btg $6.00, $6.50, $6.00 5th to
800m, 6th turn. Poor post-race recovery.
5TH, 24Jul18 1.9L Wyong Cls 1 1350m 58.5 (T
Clark 4) 7, Lim 54, 1:21.33 (Last 600m 36.10),
Good(3), Clifton County 59.5 1, Spring Creek
Star 58 2, Oakfield Missile 59 3, Btg $7.50, $7.00,
$9.00 3rd to 800m, 5th turn. Blocked for a run
near turn. Overraced middle stages.
3RD, 14Aug18 0.5L, lng hd Gosford C,H&G’s
Cls 2 1200m 56 (J Parr 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:12.30
(Last 600m 36.01), Good(4), Dream I Can 56.5
1, Danzie 58 2, Spring Charlie 60 4, Btg $21.00,
$26.00 5th to turn. Slowly away.
2ND, 31Aug18 sht nck, hd Wyong Cls 2 1200m
57 (J Parr 7) 12, Lim 54, 1:10.83 (Last 600m
34.80), Good(4), Inanup 57.5 1, Lady Of Shalott
55.5 3, Intrinsic 57.5 4, Btg $12.00, $13.00, $12.00
6th to 800m, 7th turn.
LAST, 18Sep18 9.4L Kembla Grange Cls 2
1300m 56 (A Adkins 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:17.81 (Last
600m 34.72), Good(4), Vinnie Power 54 1,
Danzie 58 2, Sky Boy 60 3, Btg $12.00, $13.00
5th to 800m, 4th turn. Hampered early stages.
Wide throughout.
7TH (D.H.), 04Oct18 3.5L Gosford Cls 1
1200m 58 (T Clark 8) 9, Lim 54, 1:14.18 (Last
600m 37.60), Soft(7), Spin Bowles 59.5 1, Lilith
57 2, Swift Arrival 54 3, Btg $7.00, $5.00 6th to
800m, 8th turn.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 01Nov18 6.6L Gosford C,H&G’s Cls 1
1200m 56.5 (J Parr 6) 8, Lim 54, 1:11.90 (Last
600m 36.32), Good(4), Coterie 58 1, Mandalong
Emperor 56.5 2, Rare Episode 57.5 3, Btg $9.00,
$11.00, $8.50 Last to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Rider told to use more vigour.
2ND, 08Nov18 1.8L, nse Hawkesbury Bm64
1100m 56 (J Parr 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:03.95 (Last 600m
34.83), Soft(5), All Too Free 59 1, Dynamic Bid 59.5
3, Playard 61.5 4, Btg $31.00, $15.00 7th to turn.
9TH, 23Nov18 5.4L Hawkesbury Cls 2 1300m
54 (T Clark 10) 12, Lim 54, 1:16.72 (Last 600m
33.13), Good(3), So Magic 58 1, Unknown
Universe 55 2, Appetizing 53.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$13.00 11th to turn. Hung in in straight.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 16Dec18 4L, 2L Hawkesbury Cls 2 1100m
55 including 1 over (M Bell 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:03.15
(Last 600m 33.66), Soft(5), Sylvia’s Mother 55.5
1, Anne’s Gift 54 3, Garryfromthebull 51 4, Btg
$21.00, $26.00 9th to turn. Shifted out near
400m. Laid in concluding stages.
Closed intently from well back to place
at Hawkesbury at latest. Place appeal only.
11. EFFICIENTLY (5) 54.5
b f 3 Exceed And Excel — Dextrous (James
Cummings)
P’Money
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2nd 3rd
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 1200 (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: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s71
5TH, 24Jul18 3L Wyong 2yo , Fillies Mdn
1100m 56 (J Penza 8) 12, Set weights, 1:04.46
(Last 600m 34.94), Good(3), Gentle Persuasion
56 1, I’m So Sweet 56 2, Don’t Doubt Arthur 56
3, Btg $15.00, $17.00 5th throughout. Jumped
awkwardly.
--- SPELL --7TH, 06Dec18 4.9L Gosford 3yo Mdn 1200m
56 (G Schofield 3) 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 $12.00, $15.00 Last
to 800m, 10th turn. Inquiry into performance.
WON, 20Dec18 1.3L, 1.3L Goulburn F&M’s
Mdn 1200m 56.5 (C Reith 3) 10, Set weights,
1:10.39 (Last 600m 34.72), Good(4), Micks New
Chick 58 2, Moinda 56.5 3, Indiana Star 56.5 4,
Btg $3.50, $2.90, $3.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Charged through to score at Goulburn last
start. Fitter for recent racing. Take beating.
12. ANNE’S GIFT (7) 54
b g 7 Prince Arthur — Danlora (GB) (Ms K
Outtrim)
P’Money
STRS
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2nd 3rd
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TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 6:1-0-1
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-2-0
WIN: 5.6%
PLACE: 30.6%
RTG: 50
LAST 15 STARTS: 868s44527s17623
3RD, 11Apr17 lng hd, sht nck Gosford Cls 1
1200m 57.5 (T Angland 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:12.75
(Last 600m 36.25), Soft(6), Cleeve Hill 56 1,
Bluetwentytwo 59 2, Teravette 54 4, Btg $7.00,
$13.00 led to turn. Hampered at start.
6TH, 25Apr17 4.1L Gosford C,H&G’s Cls 1
1000m 58 (J Penza 5) 7, Lim 54, 58.39s ((class
record) Last 600m 33.91), Good(4), Uptown
Lad 56.5 1, Hav A Nip 59 2, Time Out Of Mind
58.5 3, Btg $6.00, $8.50 led to turn. Inquiry into
performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- LET-UP --3RD, 02Jul17 2.5L, 1/2 hd Nowra Cls 1 1100m
60.5 (M Bell 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:04.73 (Last 600m
35.45), Soft(5), Notre Reve 56 1, Lady Moochi
57.5 2, Mucker 56 4, Btg $6.00, $7.50 3rd
throughout.
4TH, 16Jul17 3.5L Hawkesbury Cls 1 1300m
57.5 (A Hyeronimus 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:17.33 (Last
600m 35.23), Good(4), Racing Luck 58.5 1, Sugar
Dance 54.5 2, Florence Hill 57 3, Btg $15.00,
$10.00 2nd to turn.
4TH, 29Jul17 3.4L Gosford C,H&G’s Cls 2
1200m 53 (B Ryan 1) 6, Lim 54, 1:11.19 (Last
600m 35.91), Good(4), Sir Magic 56.5 1, Pure
Rebel 58.5 2, Rastafarian 54 3, Btg $11.00, $21.00
6th to turn.
LAST, 18Aug17 11.5L Bathurst Bm60 1108m
59 (R Brewer 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:06.17 (class record),
Soft(6), Eva Jean 58 1, Repentant 54.5 2, Terra
Reign 54 3, Btg $4.60, $9.00 2nd to turn.
Jumped awkwardly. Rider lost iron. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
3RD, 02Sep17 1.8L, 0.8L Hawkesbury Bm64
1100m 57 (B El-Issa 4) 6, Lim 55.5, 1:03.12 (Last
600m 34.88), Good(3), Charlie Chap 57 1,
Shalama 56 2, Crevettine 58 4, Btg $41.00,
$31.00, $41.00 2nd to 800m, 5th turn. Wide
throughout.
8TH, 19Sep17 3L Bathurst Cls 1 1108m 59.5
(R Brewer 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:04.70 , Good(3), Elite
Hong Kong 59 1, Lewinski 57 2, Hoffa Express
53 3, Btg $8.00, $13.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn.
Wide throughout.
6TH, 28Sep17 4.9L Hawkesbury C,H&G’s Cls
2 1300m 54 (P King 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:16.17 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.13), Good(3), All From
Scrap 58 1, Chavish 59.5 2, Laszlo 57 3, Btg
$31.00, $71.00 led to turn.
LAST, 08Oct17 10.4L Hawkesbury C,H&G’s Cls
1 1400m 54.5 (P King 2) 8, Lim 54, 1:22.19 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.21), Good(3), Grand
Finalist 60 1, Turnberry 54 2, El Dorado Mine 56.5
3, Btg $31.00, $61.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 24Jan18 2.8L Hawkesbury Cls 1 1300m
52.5 (B Mc Dougall 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:15.72 (Last
600m 34.83), Good(3), Dunatun 55.5 1, Kathaire
56.5 2, Brunch 56 3, Btg $17.00, $26.00, $21.00
2nd to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 02Mar18 1.6L Muswellbrook Cls 1 1280m
57.5 (J Kehoe 14) 14, Lim 54, 1:17.45 (Last 600m
36.03), Good(4), Prontissimo 58.5 1, Azcannyaz
58 2, Lugard Road 56 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00,
$31.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn.
5TH, 12Mar18 4.7L Wyong Cls 1 1350m 54 (J
Kehoe 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:19.10 (Last 600m 33.77),
Good(4), Thy Kingdom Come 60.5 1, The
Patrician 59 2, Missybeel 55 3, Btg $41.00, $31.00
led to 800m, 2nd turn. Hit rail near 100m.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 14Apr18 sht nck, sht hd Goulburn Bm55
1300m 58.5 (B El-Issa 7) 9, Lim 54, 1:18.95 (Last
600m 37.96), Soft(5), Zuzzudio 56 1, Vencedora
58 3, Shoulder Charge 57 4, Btg $5.00, $5.50,
$5.00 led to turn. Blundered at start.
7TH, 22Apr18 8.4L Goulburn C,H&G’s Bm55
1400m 58.5 (R Brewer 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:23.58 (Last
600m 36.11), Good(4), Cape Wickham 60 1 dead
heat, Subban 61 1 dead heat, Ghost Rider 57 3,
Btg $5.50, $6.50 led to turn. Hampered at start.
Inquiry into performance. Lacerations.
--- SPELL --WON, 27Oct18 0.8L, 1.5L Mudgee Cls 1
1200m 59 (J Pracey-Holmes 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:11.50
, Good(3), Dart Street 58.5 2, Tribuna 51 3,
Byzantium 57.5 4, Btg $5.50 . Shifted out near
100m.
7TH, 08Nov18 4.9L Hawkesbury Bm64
1100m 54 (B El-Issa 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:03.95 (Last
600m 34.83), Soft(5), All Too Free 59 1, The
Patrician 56 2, Dynamic Bid 59.5 3, Btg $101.00,
$51.00 4th to turn.
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1200m 54 (B Mc Dougall 11) 12, Lim 54, 1:10.08
(Last 600m 35.24), Good(3), Chewbacca 59.5 1,
Supreme Lad 57.5 2, Playard 61.5 3, Btg $51.00,
$81.00 2nd to turn.
2ND, 09Dec18 0.8L, 0.5L Hawkesbury Cls 2
1300m 54 (J Innes Jnr 4) 12, Lim 54, 1:16.56 (Last
600m 34.33), Good(3), Lilith 57.5 1, Polhampton
54 3, Staggering 52.5 4, Btg $61.00, $101.00 led
to turn.
3RD, 16Dec18 4L, 2L Hawkesbury Cls 2 1100m
54 (J Innes Jnr 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:03.15 (Last 600m
33.66), Soft(5), Sylvia’s Mother 55.5 1, The
Patrician 55 including 1 over 2, Garryfromthebull
51 4, Btg $21.00 led to turn.
No match but whacked away to place at
Hawkesbury last outing. Outside chance for
multiples.
13. ALL SASSITUDE (8) 56.5
b m 4 Delago Deluxe — Sakura Rose (John
Thompson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,595
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 7:1-1-1
Won over: 1200 (1) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:2-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
WIN: 18.2%
PLACE: 36.4%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 782s55135s791
7TH, 29Mar17 4L Newcastle (Metro) 2yo Mdn
1200m 53 (A Adkins 1) 14, Set weights, 1:10.49
((class record) Last 600m 33.87), Good(4),
Sanctioned 57 1, Our Mantra 57 2, Reflectivity 57
3, Btg $51.00, $71.00, $61.00 4th to 800m, 3rd
turn. Hampered at start.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 25Apr17 7.1L Randwick 2yo , Fillies Mdn
1200m 56 (T Clark 3) 11, Set weights, 1:12.75
((class record) Last 600m 36.80), Soft(7), High
Low Bet 56 1, Fifth Affair 56 2, Grand Theft Auto
56 3, Btg $61.00, $26.00 5th to turn. Overraced
early, middle stages.
2ND, 10May17 lng hd, 1L Canterbury 2yo ,
Fillies Mdn 1200m 56 (T Clark 8) 11, Set weights,
1:11.40 (Last 600m 36), Good(3), Seaglass 56
1, Kissing Game 56 3, Touch Of Mink 56 4, Btg
$21.00, $26.00, $21.00 2nd throughout.
--- SPELL --5TH, 11Oct17 2.6L Warwick Farm 3yo , Fillies
Mdn 1100m 55.5 (T Clark 2) 8, Lim 54.5, 1:04.84
(Last 600m 33.94), Good(3), Savatiano 59 1,
Empress Matilda 56 2, Boorooj 57 3, Btg $6.00,
$11.00 3rd to 800m, 5th turn. Overraced early,
middle stages. Blocked for a run in straight.
5TH, 25Oct17 1.7L Warwick Farm 3yo , Fillies
Mdn 1300m 56 (T Angland 6) 9, Set weights,
1:16.54 (Last 600m 34.76), Good(4), Popular
56 1, Chain Of Fools 56 2, Semper Fidelis 56 3,
Btg $21.00, $11.00, $13.00 3rd to turn. Wide
throughout.
WON, 05Nov17 lng nck, nse Goulburn Mdn
1300m 56.5 (B Spriggs 2) 10, Lim 55, 1:17.61 (Last
600m 35.91), Good(3), Jarrett 57.5 2, Fruitful
Warrior 57.5 3, Thinking Ahead 57.5 4, Btg $1.70
(fav). 2nd to turn.
3RD, 19Nov17 0.5L, 2.3L Newcastle Bm63
1200m 55 (B Spriggs 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:10.26
((class record) Last 600m 33.94), Good(4), Your
Witness 54 1, Mad Fox 55 2, Zigamore 60 4, Btg
$7.00, $6.50 4th to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
5TH, 02Dec17 4.4L Kembla Grange F&M’s
Cls 1 1200m 55 (B Spriggs 5) 6, Lim 55, 1:10.48
(Last 600m 33.99), Soft(5), Nicci’s Gold 57 1,
Sovereign Eminence 57.5 2, Filomena’s Grace
58.5 3, Btg $4.20, $4.60, $3.50 3rd to 800m,
2nd turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- SPELL --7TH, 24Nov18 3.7L Gosford Bm64 1200m
55 (B Spriggs 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:10.80 (Last 600m
35.20), Good(4), Oxford Angel 55.5 1, Art
D’Amour 58 2, Bright Future 57.5 3, Btg $10.00,
$11.00, $9.00 7th to 800m, 5th turn.
9TH, 08Dec18 5L Newcastle Cls 1 1300m 54.5
(B Spriggs 12) 14, Lim 54, 1:16.65 (Last 600m
34.45), Good(3), Oakfield Captain 60 1, Zavance
55 2, Livia’s Story 54 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 10th
to turn. Slowly away.
WON, 20Dec18 3L, 5L Goulburn Bm58 1200m
58 (J Ford 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:09.60 (Last 600m
34.22), Good(4), Yalanji 58 2, Fly Forward 60 3,
Newtown Is Coming 60 4, Btg $6.00, $7.50 3rd
to turn.
Faces stronger opposition now. Hard to
recommend.
RACE 5
Maiden
3.45 (1300m)
1. I’M A LEGEND (13) 60.5
br g 4 Nicconi — Is Amazing (Matthew Vella)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$38,300
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-1
1st UP: 4:0-0-3
2nd UP: 2:0-1-1
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
PLACE: 87.5%
LAST 15 STARTS: 7s33s3222s3
LAST, 02Aug17 4.2L Warwick Farm 3yo
, C&G’s Mdn 1100m 59 (T Clark 7) 7, Lim 59,
1:04.04 (Last 600m 34.61), Soft(6), Piracy 59
1, Al Mah Haha 59 2, Cuba 59 3, Btg $3.00 (fav).
3rd to turn. Inquiry into performance. Raced
Greenly. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --3RD, 25Nov17 0.5L, 2.5L Gosford 3yo Mdn
1100m 57 (B El-Issa 4) 11, Set weights, 1:03.65
((class record) Last 600m 34.87), Good(3),
Velocano 55 1, League Of Nations 57 2, Zigzagzou
55.5 4, Btg $3.50, $3.20 (fav). 5th to 800m, 4th
turn. Blocked for a run near turn.
3RD, 15Dec17 nck, 1.8L Canterbury-N 3yo Mdn
1200m 58.5 (J Collett 8) 8, Lim 55.5, 1:10.13 (Last
600m 34.96), Good(4), Kissing Game 55.5 1,
Dinnigan 58.5 2, Press Review 57 4, Btg $10.00,
$7.50, $8.50 Last to turn. Checked early stages.
--- SPELL ---
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3RD, 09May18 sht 1/2 hd, 1L Warwick Farm
3yo Mdn 1300m 56.5 (B Mc Dougall 3) 7, Lim
54.5, 1:16.70 (Last 600m 34.49), Good(4),
Toryjoy 57.5 1, Monsieur Sisu 56 2, Ballet Baby
54.5 4, Btg $3.80, $4.00 5th to turn. Slowly
away. Hampered early stages.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 06Jun18 sht nck, sht hd Canterbury 3yo
Mdn 1550m 58.5 (J Collett 1) 6, Lim 53.5, 1:38.07
(Last 600m 36.98), Heavy(8), Monsieur Sisu 56
1, Nautibernie 56.5 3, Sporty 55.5 4, Btg $2.10,
$2.35 (fav). 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Blundered at
start. Blocked for a run on straightening.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 05Jul18 lng hd, lng nck Hawkesbury
Mdn 1500m 59.5 (T Angland 3) 6, Lim 54, 1:32.15
(Last 600m 34.82), Soft(7), Bobbing 58.5 1,
Stage Pass 54.5 3, Scratches 55 4, Btg $2.25,
$2.10, $2.25 (fav). led settling, 2nd to turn.
2ND, 25Jul18 0.5L, 4L Canterbury 3yo Mdn
1550m 59.5 (B Shinn 2) 5, Lim 53, 1:34.07 (Last
600m 35.44), Good(4), Resonare 53.5 1, My
King’s Counsel 57.5 3, Be Mindful 58.5 4, Btg
$2.35, $2.60 led to 1200m, 2nd 800m, led turn.
--- SPELL --3RD, 16Dec18 1.5L, 2.3L Hawkesbury Mdn
1100m 60.5 (A Adkins 9) 12, Lim 54, 1:04.39
(Last 600m 35.21), Soft(6), Bad Boy For Love 57
1, Schnapps 57 2, Thorn Brook 54 4, Btg $3.20,
$4.00 3rd throughout.
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 (2) 57
b/br g 4 Onemorenomore — Great Meadows
(Jason Attard)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$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: 7
7TH, 20Dec18 10L Goulburn C,H&G’s Mdn
1200m 59 (K S Latham 5) 9, Set weights, 1:09.73
(Last 600m 34.94), Good(4), Sheriff 57.5 1,
Pindus 57.5 2, Lincoln County 57.5 3, Btg $81.00,
$101.00 6th to turn. Hampered at start.
Didn’t show much fight at debut. Prefer
others.
3. HAMOGANY (4) 56.5
b g 3 High Chaparral (IR) — Skybound (Ms G
Markwell)
LAST 15 STARTS:
4TH, 19Dec18 4.7L Kembla Grange 1st Btria
800m, (C Lever 4) 7, Catch weights, 46.05 secs
(Last 600m 33.30), Track Good(4), Doctor Zous
1, Your Witness 2, Easy Leica 3,
Trials: (1:0-0-0). Unplaced in only trial.
Drawn to effect. Educated here. Bears close
watching.
4. MICKS NEW CHICK (6) 56.5
ch m 4 Husson (AR) — Mick’s Chick (M P Tubman)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$16,390
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TRACK: 3:0-1-2
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: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 80%
LAST 15 STARTS: 29s332
2ND, 12Jul18 1/2 hd, 1L Kembla Grange Mdn
1000m 58 (Ms W Costin 3) 8, Lim 56, 57.91s (Last
600m 33.47), Good(4), Suo Jure 56.5 1, Miss
Goodnight 58 3, Clara Et Moi 56 4, Btg $4.80,
$7.50 2nd throughout.
9TH, 29Jul18 8.2L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1008m 57 (A Layt 7) 10, Set weights, 59.73s
(Last 600m 35.57), Good(4), Caccini 57 1, Smart
Remark 59 2, Rosecraft 57 3, Btg $2.60, $3.20
(fav). 3rd to 800m, 5th turn. Inconvenienced
near 200m. Galloped on.
--- SPELL --3RD, 06Nov18 lng hd, 1.8L Kembla Grange
4yo and UP Mdn 1000m 57 (Ms W Costin 4) 6,
Set weights, 57.24s (Last 600m 33.47), Good(3),
Battle Anthem 57 1, Archedemus 59 2, Miss
Goodnight 57 4, Btg $15.00, $21.00, $15.00 4th
to 800m, 5th turn. Laid in in straight.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 01Dec18 nck, 2.3L Kembla Grange Mdn
1200m 57 (Ms W Costin 5) 12, Set weights,
1:10.83 (Last 600m 34.54), Heavy(8), On The
Top 57.5 1, Belle Of Clonmel 57 2, Admissible
55.5 4, Btg $11.00, $9.00, $10.00 2nd to turn.
Blundered early stages.
2ND, 20Dec18 1.3L, 1.3L Goulburn F&M’s
Mdn 1200m 58 (Ms W Costin 1) 10, Set weights,
1:10.39 (Last 600m 34.72), Good(4), Efficiently
56.5 1, Moinda 56.5 3, Indiana Star 56.5 4, Btg
$3.00, $4.60 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
Has share of ability. Ran on well to place
at Goulburn at latest. Gets in light. Can play
a role.
5. MUSUME (5) 56
gr f 3 Bullet Train (GB) — Elkaydee (Ms L Dean)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$18,080
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TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 3:0-3-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 57s6222
5TH, 16Jun18 2L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1000m 56 (R Brewer 4) 10, Lim 55, 59.55s (Last
600m 34.95), Soft(6), Screen Shot 57 1, Master
Ash 58 2, Unify 55.5 3, Btg $81.00, $151.00,
$101.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn. Checked near
600m.
7TH, 05Jul18 6L Hawkesbury 2yo Mdn
1000m 55 (J Grisedale 3) 10, Set weights, 58.01s
(Last 600m 33.69), Soft(7), Monte Ditto 57 1,
Haikili 57 2, Ballistica 55 3, Btg $31.00, $26.00
4th to turn.
--- SPELL ---
6TH, 27Oct18 4.6L Kembla Grange F&M’s Mdn
1200m 55.5 (Ms W Costin 2) 10, Set weights,
1:10.14 (Last 600m 34.19), Good(4), Ragazze 56
including 0.5 over 1, Loved One 55.5 2, Galina
55.5 3, Btg $31.00, $51.00 led to turn.
2ND, 10Nov18 1L, lng nck Goulburn F&M’s
Mdn 1300m 55 (P Scorse 4) 9, Set weights,
1:17.84 (Last 600m 36.08), Good(4), Bardor 58
1, Tocokoe 56.5 3, Kitty Karine 55 4, Btg $7.50,
$5.50, $6.50 led to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Laid in in straight. Rider lost whip.
2ND, 23Nov18 lng nck, 2L Hawkesbury
Mdn 1300m 55.5 (S R Weatherley 3) 10, Set
weights, 1:16.52 (Last 600m 33.37), Good(3),
Polhampton 55.5 1, Niccirose 57.5 3, Celosia 55.5
4, Btg $10.00, $17.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
2ND, 09Dec18 sht 1/2 hd, 6.8L Hawkesbury
Mdn 1300m 56.5 (A Hyeronimus 4) 11, Lim 55.5,
1:15.97 (Last 600m 34.20), Good(3), Cossetot 58
1, I’m Kate 56 3, Trades Star 59 4, Btg $3.00 (fav).
led to turn. Shifted out near 100m. Struck with
another’s whip.
--- FRESHENED --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 (17) 55.5
br/gr g 3 Bernardini (US) — Love Her Madly
(Jason Attard)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1000
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
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: 7s
7TH, 04Sep18 11.8L Newcastle C,H&G’s
Mdn 1300m 56.5 (J Ford 5) 8, Set weights,
1:19.76 (Last 600m 35.22), Soft(7), Primitivo
59 1, Coltrane 59 2, Seel The Deel 56.5 3, Btg
$16.00, $26.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
--- SPELL --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 (10) 55
bl/gr m 4 Dalakhani (IR) — Choose To Dream (Ms
G Markwell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$400
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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: 7s
LAST, 30Sep17 13.6L Kembla Grange Mdn
1000m 53 (B Ryan 6) 7, Lim 55, 57.26s (Last
600m 33.06), Good(3), Equal Balance 56 1, Easy
Eddie 56.5 2, Smartypy 54 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00
5th to 800m, Last turn. Slowly away. Raced
Greenly.
--- SPELL --Slowly away, raced greenly when 13-1/2
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 (8) 54.5
ch g 3 Salade — No Chic Leica (Ms G Markwell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$5380
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TRACK: 4:0-0-1
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 8534s
8TH, 12Jul18 5L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1000m 56 (B Ryan 3) 10, Lim 55, 57.61s (Last
600m 33.45), Good(4), Bang On Target 56 1,
Bisque 58 2, Fast Stepping 58 3, Btg $71.00,
$101.00 6th to 800m, 7th turn. Inconvenienced
near 600m.
5TH, 26Jul18 4.2L Kembla Grange Mdn
1300m 52.5 (B Ryan 4) 11, Lim 54, 1:18.44 (Last
600m 34.89), Good(3), Lettre D’Amour 55 1,
Art Of More 57.5 2, Dunbrody Power 54 3, Btg
$51.00, $81.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn. Hung out
on straightening.
3RD, 09Aug18 lng nck, 2L Kembla Grange
3yo Mdn 1400m 57 (T Angland 6) 7, Set weights,
1:23.42 (Last 600m 35.42), Good(3), Intense
Focus 57 1, Kara’s Hope 55 2, Prince George 57
4, Btg $31.00 4th settling, 5th 800m, 4th turn.
Hung out on straightening.
4TH, 18Aug18 2.8L Kembla Grange Mdn
1600m 53 (B Ryan 8) 8, Lim 55, 1:39.33 (Last
600m 35.30), Good(3), Silent Agenda 55.5 1,
Salon Miss 55 2, Aggarwal 57 3, Btg $6.50, $7.00,
$6.50 Last settling, 7th to 800m, Last turn.
Hampered near 600m.
--- SPELL --First-up. Only a place chance.
9. ROND DE JAMBE (9) 54.5
b f 3 Americain (US) — Shimmy (E & L Longmire)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 20Dec18 nck, 0.8L Goulburn Btria
800m, (R Dolan 3) 6, Catch weights, 48.13 secs
(Last 600m 34.36), Track Good(4), Barbara
Mary 2, Wegee Lou 3, Space Shrapnel 4,
Trials: (1:1-0-0). Has shown ability at the
trials. Big watch.
10. TWO SEAS (14) 54
ch f 3 Sebring — Earthsea (FR) (G W Murray)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$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: 7
7TH, 09Dec18 2.8L Nowra 1st F&M’s Mdn
1100m 56.5 (B Ryan 1) 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 $81.00, $21.00
6th to 800m, 7th turn. Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Tough alley. Looks tested.
11. WORRIGEE STAR (11) 54
ch f 3 Sepoy — Newtown Gypsy (R & L Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$—
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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: 0s
11TH, 14Sep18 9.2L Goulburn Mdn 1000m 54
(Ms K O’Hara 14) 14, Lim 54, 58.29s (Last 600m
35.54), Good(3), Oh My Mimi 54 1, Major Danger
58 2, Dizzy Miss Lizzy 54 3, Btg $31.00, $51.00
11th to 800m, 13th turn.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Never threatened at first start.
Not likely.
12. MONEGAL (16) 54
ch f 3 Lope De Vega (IR) — Sublissime (IR) (Ms
T Bateup)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$6020
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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: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 20%
LAST 15 STARTS: 702s50
7TH, 30May18 3L Warwick Farm 2yo Mdn
1200m 55 (Ms J Taylor 3) 9, Set weights, 1:12.16
(Last 600m 35.76), Soft(6), Silent Explorer 57 1,
Sunsuzie 55 2, Sir Owen 57 3, Btg $71.00, $101.00
8th to 800m, Last turn. Checked near 200m.
10TH, 13Jun18 7.4L Warwick Farm 2yo ,
Fillies Mdn 1200m 56 (Ms J Taylor 11) 12, Set
weights, 1:11.95 (Last 600m 36.27), Heavy(8),
Bubbles’n’troubles 56 1, Reelem In Ruby 56 2,
Singing Sand 56 3, Btg $71.00, $101.00 9th to
800m, 10th turn.
2ND, 24Jun18 0.8L, 1.8L Wagga 1st Mdn
1400m 55 (Ms J Taylor 5) 14, Lim 55, 1:25.43
(Last 600m 36.90), Soft(5), Oscar Cranach 56
1, Big Country 55 3, Something Unknown 55 4,
Btg $3.00, $2.80 (fav). 8th settling, 7th 800m,
5th turn.
--- SPELL --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.
Ran home respectably at Goulburn last
outing. Needs luck from out there. Place
makes best appeal.
13. STORM ATTACK (1) 54
b g 3 Supreme Class — Dominant Lover (K J
Parker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4540
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-1
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 45s63
4TH, 09Aug18 6.1L Kembla Grange Mdn
1000m 56.5 (J Grisedale 6) 8, Lim 55, 57.05s
(Last 600m 32.42), Good(3), Omar 56.5 1, Oyster
Bay 57.5 2, Spiritual Pursuit 55 3, Btg $41.00,
$51.00 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn.
5TH, 19Aug18 3.6L Moruya Mdn 1310m 56.5
(R Brewer 14) 14, Set weights, 1:18.85 (Last
600m 36.70), Good(4), Ultraviolet 57 1, Gorush
Lightning 59 2, Eurosay 56.5 3, Btg $5.50, $4.60
(fav). 11th to 800m, 12th turn. Slowly away.
Hampered near 600m. Laid in in straight.
--- SPELL --6TH, 09Dec18 4.4L Nowra C,H&G’s Mdn
1100m 56 (A Layt 10) 11, Lim 54.5, 1:01.87 (Last
600m 34.05), Good(4), The Runner 57 1, Sheriff
58 2, Lytafyre 54.5 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00 9th to
800m, 8th turn. Overraced in straight.
3RD, 20Dec18 0.8L, nse Goulburn 3yo Mdn
1300m 56.5 (A Layt 4) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.42 (Last
600m 36.85), Good(4), Couru 56 1, Mr Costigan
55 2, Pauper 56.5 4, Btg $13.00, $16.00 6th to
800m, 7th turn.
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 (12) 54
b g 3 Dalghar (FR) — Svita (Ms G Markwell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4180
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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TRACK: 3:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s84s5
6TH, 16Dec17 7.5L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1000m 58 (J Grisedale 3) 9, Lim 55, 58.46s
(Last 600m 34.74), Good(4), Quackerjack 58 1,
Dreaming Of Biscay 56 2, Acton Shale 58 3, Btg
$17.00, $21.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Laid in in straight.
--- SPELL --8TH, 12May18 6.5L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1000m 57 (K S Latham 9) 12, Set weights, 58.33s
(Last 600m 33.66), Good(4), Natalia 55 1, Banjo’s
Voice 57 2, Yalanji 57 3, Btg $51.00, $61.00 9th to
800m, 11th turn. Eased early stages.
RACING 31
4TH, 29May18 3.7L Kembla Grange Mdn
1200m 55 (C Brown 2) 7, Lim 55, 1:11.06 (Last
600m 34.57), Good(4), Zidane 57 1, Eugene’s
Pick 57 2, All Too Good 55.5 3, Btg $9.00, $11.00
4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 14Dec18 2.2L Canterbury-N 3yo Mdn
1200m 55 (A Hyeronimus 1) 8, Lim 54, 1:11.63
(Last 600m 36.45), Heavy(8), Ljungberg 58.5
1, River Bird 59.5 2, A Million Dreams 56 3, Btg
$26.00 6th to turn. Slowly away.
Battled on fairly in the wet at Canterbury
first-up. Has a light weight. Strips fitter.
Keep safe.
15. BANJO’S VOICE (3) 54
b g 3 Poet’s Voice (GB) — Lyrical (W M Slinkard)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$15,370
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 1:0-1-0
DIST: 5:0-0-1
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 28s543845
2ND, 12May18 2.8L, nse Kembla Grange 2yo
Mdn 1000m 57 (R Brewer 6) 12, Set weights,
58.33s (Last 600m 33.66), Good(4), Natalia 55
1, Yalanji 57 3, My Rajah 57 4, Btg $21.00, $51.00
5th to turn.
8TH, 27May18 9.6L Goulburn C,H&G’s Mdn
1300m 57 (R Brewer 8) 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 $4.00, $4.60
2nd to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 20Sep18 5L Hawkesbury Mdn 1100m
56.5 (Ms W Costin 1) 8, Lim 55, 1:03.34 (Last
600m 34.38), Good(3), Humboldt 56.5 1,
Another Shadow 55 2, The Sprooker 55 3, Btg
$2.25, $2.50, $2.35 (fav). led to turn. Laid in in
straight.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 15Oct18 2.5L Orange Mdn 1300m 56 (Ms
W Costin 11) 14, Lim 54.5, 1:17.26 , Good(3), Pretty
Song 57.5 1, Narrow Neck Nelson 55.5 2, Another
Shadow 55.5 3, Btg $5.00, $5.50, $4.00 (fav). led
to turn. Hit rail near 200m.
3RD, 25Oct18 1/2 nck, 2.5L Hawkesbury
Mdn 1300m 56.5 (Ms W Costin 3) 10, Set
weights, 1:18.12 (Last 600m 34.42), Soft(5),
Wild Kingdom 59 1, Lexi’s Choice 54.5 2, Jonjo’s
Comet 59 4, Btg $4.60, $4.20, $4.80 4th to
800m, 3rd turn. Overraced middle stages.
Warning - racing manners.
8TH, 14Nov18 8.5L Hawkesbury , C,H&G’s
Mdn 1300m 57.5 (C Lever 2) 9, Set weights,
1:16.91 (Last 600m 34.21), Good(3), Wokurna 59
1, Charretera 57.5 2, El Coyote 59 3, Btg $11.00,
$21.00 6th to 800m, 7th turn. Inquiry into
performance. Overraced early, middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 06Dec18 1.8L Gosford Mdn 1100m 57.5
(R Brewer 1) 7, Set weights, 1:05.32 (Last 600m
35.05), Good(4), That Song 57.5 1, Impurity 57 2,
Nivalis 55.5 3, Btg $21.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
Checked near turn.
5TH, 17Dec18 3.6L Orange Mdn 1280m 57.5 (R
Brewer 3) 9, Lim 55, 1:16.08 , Good(3), Supreme
Gem 56.5 1, Scarpa 54 2, Supreme Boss 55 3, Btg
$4.80, $5.50 6th to 800m, 5th turn.
Far from disgraced at Orange at latest.
Could sneak a place at odds.
16. BETTER NOT RAIN (15) 54
b f 3 Manhattan Rain — Amazing Spirit (NZ)
(Michelle Ritchie)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$725
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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3rds
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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, 20May18 24.2L Nowra Mdn 1100m
55 (Ms R Freeman-Key 11) 14, Lim 55, 1:04.56
(Last 600m 35.39), Soft(6), Ellebeedee 57 1,
Temple Run 59 2, Fortune’s Path 58.5 3, Btg
$21.00, $41.00 9th to 800m, 13th turn. Wide
throughout. Hung out near turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities, ordered to trial.
--- SPELL --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. Wide alley is a concern. Hard
to make a case for.
17. REIBY RHYMER (7) 54
b m 7 Dylan Thomas (IR) — Sugus’ Song (Jason
Attard)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4385
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
1st UP: 5:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: s08s97s055808s0
11TH, 12Apr14 9.5L Newcastle 2yo Mdn 900m
55 (Kevin May 10) 14, Set weights, 53.42s (Last
600m 34.25), Soft(5), Kokomo 55 1, Pinchme
55 2, Commissar 57 3, Btg $51.00, $81.00 9th to
turn. Overraced middle stages. Warning - racing
manners.
LAST, 25Apr14 6.9L Bathurst 2yo Open
1100m 55.5 (G Ryan 5) 10, Lim 55, 1:04.04 (class
record), Good(3), Leica Comet 56 1, Oakwood
Lady 56 2, Highland Secrets 56 3, Btg $17.00,
$26.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED ---
Continued page 32
32 RACING
From page 31
7TH, 29May14 7.9L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1200m 54.5 (T Clark 6) 10, Lim 54.5, 1:11.11 (Last
600m 34.38), Good(3), Berimbau 56.5 1, She’s
Invincible 56 2, Koizora 55 3, Btg $41.00, $101.00
4th to 800m, 2nd turn. Checked early on.
Overraced middle stages.
--- SPELL --10TH, 07Mar15 9L Newcastle Mdn 900m 55
(J Penza 3) 11, Lim 55, 50.74s (Last 600m 32.96),
Good(3), Princess Ailani 57.5 1, Lil’ Lucky 54 2,
Betterthanthee 56.5 3, Btg $51.00, $101.00 5th
to turn.
8TH, 16Mar15 10.9L Bathurst F&M’s Mdn
1100m 55.5 (J Penza 3) 9, Lim 55, 1:04.87 ,
Good(4), Danish Lace 58 1, Cee Gee Dancer 57.5
2, Real Blonde 55.5 3, Btg $17.00 2nd to turn.
--- SPELL --LAST, 13Apr17 21.7L Hawkesbury Mdn 1500m
57 (D Pisani 7) 9, Set weights, 1:32.63 (Last
600m 38.21), Soft(6), Calabash Express 59 1,
Colorado Miss 56.5 2, Letter To Juliette 56.5 3,
Btg $101.00, $151.00 led to 800m, 8th turn.
Poor post-race recovery.
LAST, 25Apr17 15.1L Cessnock Bm55 1150m 54
(D Pisani 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:07.83 (Last 600m 34.93),
Good(3), Overgrown 53 1, Mambo Fever 56 2,
Dayarma 56.5 3, Btg $21.00 .
--- SPELL --10TH, 03Oct17 5.6L Nowra F&M’s Mdn 1100m
55 (Ms R Murray 8) 13, Lim 55, 1:03.03 (Last
600m 34.41), Good(3), Lisdoonvarna 56.5 1,
Libelle 53.5 2, Miss Demi 56.5 3, Btg $201.00,
$151.00, $201.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
Overraced near 800m.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 26Oct17 3.9L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
51 (Ms N Burrells 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:18.25 (Last 600m
35.43), Soft(5), Discreet Charm 54 1, Seine Net
54 2, Sasuba 54 3, Btg $101.00 3rd to 800m,
2nd turn. Overraced early, middle stages. Hung
out near turn.
5TH, 09Nov17 4.1L Hawkesbury Mdn 1100m
55 (J Penza 6) 7, Lim 55, 1:03.39 (Last 600m
34.31), Good(4), Final Impulse 55 1, Kathaire 57
2, Our Celtic Star 55 3, Btg $15.00, $26.00 3rd to
800m, 2nd turn.
8TH, 23Nov17 7.6L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
57 (J Penza 8) 10, Set weights, 1:17.17 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.55), Good(3), Mo The
Great 59 1, Hinchman 57 2, Prodigy 59 3,
Btg $51.00, $61.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn.
Overraced middle stages.
10TH, 07Dec17 10.1L Gosford Mdn 1100m 57
(J Penza 5) 11, Set weights, 1:04.80 (Last 600m
35.45), Good(4), Soul Revival 57.5 1, Never Tardy
56 2, Fine Behind 55 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00,
$101.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn.
LAST, 16Dec17 4L Gosford Cls B 1200m 62
(Mr Michael Gray 7) 8, Lim 62, 1:14.19 , Good(4),
County Crown 59 1, Supreme Lyne 60 2, Cream
Of Oz 62 3, Btg $6.00 .
--- SPELL --11TH, 16Dec18 10.8L Hawkesbury Mdn 1100m
54 (Ms K O’Hara 4) 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,
$151.00 4th to turn.
Went to line evenly at Hawkesbury firstup. Unplaced second-up. Unlikely to trouble
these.
RACE 6
Maiden SW
4.20 (1300m)
1. DISTRACTED (12) 57.5
b g 3 Exceed And Excel — Dreamy (James
Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1000
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
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: 8
8TH, 02Dec18 7.3L Newcastle Mdn 1300m
56.5 (G Schofield 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.40 (Last
600m 34.27), Good(4), Charretera 57.5 1, Jazette
55 including 0.5 over 2, Age Of War 55 3, Btg
$13.00, $15.00, $12.00 5th to 800m, 6th turn.
Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Only battled to wire at
Newcastle debut. Rough chance for minors.
2. GOLDEN BOY (15) 57.5
br g 3 Medaglia D’Oro (US) — Mani Bhavan (US)
(Ms G Markwell)
LAST 15 STARTS:
9TH, 08Jun18 9.6L Rosehill 2nd 2YO , C & G’s
Btria 900m, (A Adkins 9) 9, Catch weights, 55.19
secs (Last 600m 35.20), Track Soft(7), Horn 1,
Hostwin Epanoui 2, Lincoln County 3,
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.
3. HEMSTED (17) 57.5
ch g 3 Exceed And Excel — Benenden (James
Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$24,980
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-1
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 66.7%
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s22s432
LAST, 04Nov17 13.2L Rosehill 2yo Open
1100m 54.5 (A Adkins 4) 6, Set wts with pen,
1:04.71 (Last 600m 35.01, Last 200m 13.32),
Good(3), Yee Cheong Baby 56 1, Stunts 56 2,
Tactical Formation 56 3, Btg $5.00, $7.50 2nd to
800m, 3rd turn. Laid in near 200m. Lost a plate.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --2ND, 24Jul18 4.8L, hd Wyong 2yo , C&G’s Mdn
1100m 56 (Ms R King 10) 10, Set weights, 1:03.92
(Last 600m 34.56), Good(3), Oxford Tycoon 56
1, Rectitude 56 3, Monterey Lad 56 4, Btg $11.00,
$17.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn. Laid in in straight.
WATCH ALL SKY RACING LIVE ON THE TAB APP. GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY.
2ND, 11Aug18 0.5L, sht hd Newcastle C,H&G’s
Mdn 1200m 56.5 (J Penza 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:11.73
(Last 600m 35.62), Good(3), Kanavu 55.5 1, Fury
Of The Storm 56.5 3, Rivalry 56 including 0.5
over 4, Btg $2.80, $2.25 (fav). 4th to turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 14Nov18 5.6L Hawkesbury Mdn 1000m
58.5 (T Angland 10) 10, Lim 55, 56.58s (Last
600m 32.50), Good(3), Rosina Kojonup 55.5
1, Swelt 57.5 2, Ariege 55.5 3, Btg $7.50, $6.00,
$7.00 6th to turn. Wide throughout. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
3RD, 29Nov18 4.3L, 0.8L Wyong Mdn 1000m
57.5 (J Parr 5) 5, Set weights, 57.64s (Last 600m
33.73), Soft(6), Enjoy Elsie 55.5 1, Ballad 55.5 2,
Rum Cake 55.5 4, Btg $3.20, $5.00, $4.80 Last to
800m, 4th turn. Shifted in at start.
2ND, 16Dec18 sht hd, 1L Hawkesbury Mdn
1100m 57.5 (C Reith 10) 10, Set weights, 1:04.55
(Last 600m 34.26), Soft(6), A Fortunate Lass
55.5 1, Cinquedea 57.5 3, Ballad 55.5 4, Btg $6.50,
$7.00, $6.50 3rd to turn. Wide throughout.
Ready to win. Finished well to place at
Hawkesbury last outing. Include among the
better chances.
4. KENTFORD (7) 57.5
b g 3 Master Of Design — Tale Of Harmony (David
Payne)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$9900
7
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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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: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 4596s674
4TH, 23May18 3.9L Canterbury 2yo , C&G’s
Mdn 1100m 57 (K S Latham 6) 9, Lim 55.5,
1:04.10 (Last 600m 35), Good(3), Beidi 57 1,
Munich 58 2, Home Soil 57 3, Btg $101.00 Last to
800m, 7th turn. Slowly away.
5TH, 02Jun18 2.9L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1400m 57.5 (K S Latham 3) 6, Lim 54, 1:25.34
(Last 600m 34.20), Good(4), Exclusive 57 1,
Picaro 58 2, Battle Plane 53.5 3, Btg $4.20, $4.80
5th settling, 4th turn. Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 07Jul18 4L Newcastle 2nd 2yo Mdn
1200m 54 (R Dolan 11) 11, Set weights, 1:12.81
(Last 600m 35.99), Good(4), Aliferous 55 1,
Rectitude 57 2, Horn 57 3, Btg $8.50, $13.00 Last
to turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
LAST, 19Jul18 17.6L Gosford Mdn 1600m 56.5
(B Shinn 3) 6, Set weights, 1:41.13 (Last 600m
37.33), Good(4), Westrock 59 1, Orsum Dream 59
2, Resonare 59 3, Btg $4.60, $5.50 3rd settling,
4th 1200m, 5th 800m, Last turn. Hampered
early stages. Inquiry into performance. Vetted
- no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --6TH, 30Nov18 4.6L Canterbury-N 3yo Mdn
1100m 54 (J Van Overmeire 4) 10, Lim 54,
1:04.67 (Last 600m 35.51), Soft(5), Colestah
55.5 1, River Bird 59 2, Antonio 57.5 3, Btg $51.00,
$101.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
7TH, 14Dec18 5.1L Canterbury-N 3yo Mdn
1200m 54 (J Van Overmeire 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:11.63
(Last 600m 36.45), Heavy(8), Ljungberg 58.5
1, River Bird 59.5 2, A Million Dreams 56 3, Btg
$21.00, $31.00 Last to 800m, 7th turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Shifted in at start.
4TH, 21Dec18 3.4L Randwick-Kensington
3yo Mdn 1400m 55 (J Van Overmeire 1) 9, Set
weights, 1:23.50 (Last 600m 34.46), Soft(5),
Helga 52 1, Word For Word 55 2, Nobu 57 3, Btg
$41.00, $71.00 led to turn.
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 (11) 57.5
br g 3 I Am Invincible — Radiant Star (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$—
2
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
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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: 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: 00s
10TH, 21Apr18 11.8L Doomben 2yo Open
1050m 57 (J Byrne 10) 13, Set weights, 1:02.41
(Last 600m 35.64), Heavy(8), Pennino 55 1,
Utopia Life 57 2, Sizzling Ace 55 3, Btg $8.00,
$9.00 7th settling, 8th turn. Wide throughout.
11TH, 05May18 11.6L Gold Coast (Metro) (G
3) Moreton Hire Ken Russell Mem. 1200m 57
(S Cormack 2) 13, Set weights, 1:08.67 ((race
record) Last 600m 34.26), Good(4), Sesar 57
1, Boomsara 57 2, Lean Mean Machine 57 3, Btg
$8.50, $13.00 3rd settling, 2nd turn.
--- SPELL --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 (13) 57
b m 4 Congrats (US) — Breezer (R J Quinton)
LAST 15 STARTS:
9TH, 29Jun18 12.5L Randwick Btria 1050m,
(A Adkins 9) 10, Catch weights, 1:05.84 (Last
600m 37.80), Track Heavy(9), Sound Off 1,
Chocolatier 2, China Gale 3,
5TH, 27Nov18 4L Randwick Btria 740m, (A
Adkins 5) 5, Catch weights, 44.27 secs , Track
Good(4), Russian Romeo 1, King Billy 2, Taking
Charge 3,
7TH, 17Dec18 3.2L Randwick 1st , F & M’s Btria
1050m, (A Adkins 7) 7, Catch weights, 1:05.74 ,
Track Soft(6), Overjoyed 1, Uralla Kingdom 2,
Truly Madly 3,
Trials: (3:0-0-0). Unplaced in trials.
Market holds the key.
7. EMERALD EARTH (1) 57
b/br m 4 Pierro — Face Of The Earth (A & E
Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$10,580
4
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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Wins
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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: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 57s23
LAST, 16May18 9.1L Warwick Farm 3yo Mdn
1400m 57 (B Shinn 1) 5, Lim 55, 1:24.21 (Last
600m 34.86), Good(4), Cormac 59 1, Smiling
Manolito 57 2, Sporty 56.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00
2nd settling, 4th 800m, Last turn.
7TH, 31May18 4.8L Gosford Mdn 1200m 57
(A Adkins 9) 9, Set weights, 1:12.04 (Last 600m
36.17), Good(4), Spin Bowles 59 1, Dancing
Phryne 57 2, Unknown Universe 59 3, Btg $17.00,
$31.00 Last to turn. Fractious in barriers. Passed
fit at barrier. Warning - barrier manners.
--- SPELL --2ND, 18Nov18 0.8L, 1/2 nck Newcastle Mdn
1200m 57 (K Jennings 3) 9, Set weights, 1:11.75
(Last 600m 33.93), Good(4), Lucky Louie 57 1,
Belle Of Clonmel 57 3, Kingston Heath 59 4, Btg
$15.00, $21.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
3RD, 09Dec18 hd, 1/2 hd Hawkesbury Mdn
1500m 57 (G Schofield 7) 9, Set weights, 1:30.76
(Last 600m 34.14), Good(3), Walkinshaw 57.5
1, Our Dawn 55.5 2, Cool One 57 4, Btg $3.00,
$2.50 (fav). 5th settling, 2nd turn. Ran wide
early stages.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Closed intently to just miss at
short odds at Hawkesbury at latest. Good
draw. Worth some thought.
8. ETERNITY (16) 55.5
br f 3 So You Think (NZ) — Cut A Dash (R J
Quinton)
LAST 15 STARTS:
7TH, 13Sep18 11.3L Randwick 1st 3YO Btria
1050m, (A Adkins 7) 7, Catch weights, 1:02.83
(Last 600m 34.80), Track Good(4), Meticulous
1, Zenardini 2, Carnina 3,
5TH, 30Oct18 1.1L Randwick 3YO , Fillies Btria
1045m, (A Adkins 5) 8, Catch weights, 1:03.86
(Last 600m 35.90), Track Good(4), Havana
Storm 1, Lonely Heart 2, Fresh Hope 3,
9TH, 13Nov18 5L Canterbury 2nd Btria
1100m, (A Adkins 9) 10, Catch weights, 1:06.78
(Last 600m 36), Track Good(4), Lord Elliott 1,
Version Two 2, Word For Word 3,
Trials: (3:0-0-0). Yet to place in trials.
Drawn poorly. Use betting as a further
guide.
9. GEORGINA GOLD (6) 55.5
ch f 3 Fiorente (IR) — Mist (IR) (M, W & J Hawkes)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1100
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
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
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: 6
6TH, 09Dec18 11.6L Hawkesbury Mdn
1300m 56.5 including 0.5 over (K Jennings 7)
11, Lim 55.5, 1:15.97 (Last 600m 34.20), Good(3),
Cossetot 58 1, Musume 56.5 2, I’m Kate 56 3, Btg
$6.00, $4.80, $5.00 7th to 800m, 9th turn.
Poor post-race recovery.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Poor debut showing. Not
expected to threaten.
10. MY DEMETRA (4) 55.5
b/br f 3 Camelot (GB) — Triple Tiara (P & P
Snowden)
LAST 15 STARTS:
4TH, 13Jun18 2.3L Scone 2YO Btria 900m,
(A Gibbons 4) 5, Catch weights, 55.72 secs (Last
600m 35.42), Track Soft(5), Time And Again 1,
Mummentum 2, Unsure 3,
5TH, 11Dec18 1.8L Warwick Farm 3rd 3YO
, Fillies Btria 799m, (K Mc Evoy 5) 9, Catch
weights, 47.71 secs (Last 600m 34), Track
Good(4), Foxpack 1, In A While 2, Unify 3,
Trials: (2:0-0-0). Market holds the key.
11. PAGEANT QUEEN (2) 55.5
b f 3 Snitzel — Miss Victoria (Ms G Markwell)
LAST 15 STARTS:
3RD, 14Nov18 0.5L, 0.8L Kembla Grange 3rd
Btria 800m, (K S Latham 3) 5, Catch weights,
48.07 secs (Last 600m 34.37), Track Good(4),
Professor Marvel 1, Monterey Lad 2, Noble Duke
4,
Trials: (1:0-0-1). Has home track
advantage. Use betting as a further guide.
12. ELUSIVE NATURE (9) 55.5
b f 3 Sepoy — Stella Grace (T R Martin)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$8760
6
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
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4
2
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Wins
—
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—
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2nds
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 3:0-0-1
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 16.7%
LAST 15 STARTS: 455s35
4TH, 16Jun18 1.8L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1000m 56 (A Chau 8) 10, Lim 55, 59.55s (Last
600m 34.95), Soft(6), Screen Shot 57 1, Master
Ash 58 2, Unify 55.5 3, Btg $4.80, $5.50 9th to
turn. Overraced middle stages.
5TH, 04Jul18 4L Canterbury 2yo , Fillies Mdn
1250m 57.5 (A Hyeronimus 1) 10, Lim 56, 1:15.83
(Last 600m 37.14), Soft(7), Echo Gem 57.5 1, Task
And Purpose 58 2, Sarzana 53 3, Btg $6.50, $11.00,
$10.00 6th to turn. Blocked for a run near 100m.
5TH, 21Jul18 1.9L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1400m 55 (C Reith 1) 12, Set weights, 1:25.24
(Last 600m 34.67), Good(3), Sydney Blue 57 1,
Seel The Deel 57 2, Horn 57 3, Btg $4.00, $4.60
4th settling, 3rd 800m, 5th turn.
--- SPELL --3RD, 06Nov18 1.5L, 0.5L Kembla Grange 3yo
Mdn 1000m 55 (M Bell 9) 10, Lim 54, 57.46s
(Last 600m 33.39), Good(3), The Art Of The Bar
59 1, Unify 55 2, French Frolic 56 4, Btg $9.00,
$6.50 9th to 800m, 8th turn. Shifted in at start.
--- LET-UP --5TH, 20Dec18 3.4L Goulburn F&M’s Mdn
1200m 56.5 (J Innes Jnr 9) 10, Set weights,
1:10.39 (Last 600m 34.72), Good(4), Efficiently
56.5 1, Micks New Chick 58 2, Moinda 56.5 3,
Btg $3.00, $3.20, $2.80 (fav). 9th to 800m, 7th
turn. Checked near 400m.
6TH, 01Jan19 2.7L Randwick-Kensington 3yo
Mdn 1400m 55 (C Brown 7) 10, Set weights,
1:22.87 (Last 600m 35.06), Good(4), Bring The
Magic 55 1, Killer Instinct 55 2, Nobu 57 3, Btg
$31.00 7th settling, 9th 800m, Last turn.
Finished 6th over 1400m at Randwick
Kensington on Tuesday.
13. KASHIWA (8) 57.5
ch g 3 Fighting Sun — Coolroom Candidate (C
J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$11,485
6
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
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2
3
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: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 16.7%
LAST 15 STARTS: 537s668
5TH, 11Jun18 3.9L Randwick-Kensington 2yo
Mdn 1100m 56.5 (J Mc Donald 8) 8, Lim 54,
1:03.67 (Last 600m 34.07), Soft(5), King’s Trust
56.5 1, Canyonero 58.5 2, Unguarded 54.5 3,
Btg $6.00 7th to turn. Slowly away. Overraced
middle stages.
3RD, 27Jun18 5.3L, 1.3L Canterbury 2yo Open
1100m 56.5 (C Brown 3) 8, Lim 54.5, 1:05.34
(Last 600m 36.07), Soft(6), Smart Melody 56
1, Laburnum 56 2, Yalanji 55.5 4, Btg $12.00,
$26.00 7th to turn. Slowly away. Hampered
early stages. Checked near 600m.
7TH, 07Jul18 6.9L Randwick 2yo Open 1200m
55 (T Clark 3) 10, Lim 53.5, 1:13.40 (Last 600m
36.99, Last 200m 13.14), Soft(7), Helaku 55.5 1,
Blast 55.5 2, Thinkin’ Big 57 3, Btg $15.00, $16.00,
$10.00 7th throughout. Slowly away. Inquiry
into performance.
--- SPELL --6TH, 06Nov18 2.8L Randwick 3yo Mdn
1200m 57 (R Hutchings 11) 11, Set weights,
1:08.92 (Last 600m 34.68), Good(4), Nordicus
55 1, That Song 57 2, Zouologist 57 3, Btg $21.00,
$31.00, $26.00 10th to 800m, Last turn.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 28Nov18 8.2L Warwick Farm 3yo ,
C&G’s Mdn 1400m 56 (J Mc Donald 4) 8, Set
weights, 1:28.81 (Last 600m 37.75), Heavy(8),
Snippetspeed 56 1, Canyonero 56 2, Shaman
56 3, Btg $4.20, $4.60 6th settling, 5th 800m,
7th turn. Jumped awkwardly. Overraced early,
middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 22Dec18 3.2L Newcastle Mdn 1200m
57.5 (Y Ichikawa 8) 10, Set weights, 1:12.04
(Last 600m 34.82), Good(4), Gem Dealer 55.5
1, Baanone 59 2, Home Scene 57.5 3, Btg $4.00,
$9.00 9th to 800m, Last turn. Slowly away.
Inquiry into performance. Blocked for a run in
straight.
Battled on fairly at Newcastle last outing.
Each-way chance.
14. THE SINNERMAN (5) 59
br g 4 Denman — Wedlock (L J Bridge)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4880
5
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
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2
2
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: 2:0-0-0
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: 6s6905
6TH, 21Mar18 13.4L Gosford (Metro) 3yo
Mdn 1000m 57 (J Collett 5) 7, Set weights,
59.67s (Last 600m 35.54), Soft(6), Dinnigan 55
1, Pioneer 57 2, Baltic Success 57 3, Btg $9.00,
$8.50, $11.00 5th to turn. Eased early stages.
--- SPELL --6TH, 21Oct18 7.7L Wyong Mdn 1350m 55.5 (P
Scorse 4) 8, Lim 55, 1:22.17 (Last 600m 34.46),
Soft(6), Impetuoso 55.5 1, Stealth Sniper 55.5
2, Everlasting Love 58 3, Btg $13.00, $21.00 3rd
settling, 5th 800m, Last turn. Overraced early,
middle stages. Wide throughout.
9TH, 06Nov18 5.6L Kembla Grange Mdn
1300m 58.5 (A Layt 1) 12, Lim 55.5, 1:17.64 (Last
600m 35.23), Good(3), Angel Of Truth 57.5 1,
He’s Imposing 56.5 2, Bentley Magic 59 3, Btg
$41.00 6th to turn.
LAST, 17Nov18 17.8L Kembla Grange Mdn
1500m 57 (A Layt 3) 10, Lim 55, 1:34.40 (Last
600m 35.48), Heavy(9), Miss Jenny 57 1, I Arize
57.5 2, Point Of Honour 59 3, Btg $61.00, $81.00,
$71.00 6th to 800m, 9th turn. Hampered early
stages. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 09Dec18 10.2L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
56.5 (J Innes Jnr 10) 11, Lim 55.5, 1:15.97 (Last
600m 34.20), Good(3), Cossetot 58 1, Musume
56.5 2, I’m Kate 56 3, Btg $101.00 10th to turn.
Blocked for a run on straightening.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. This looks too hard.
15. SLIGHT ADJUSTMENT (3)
55.5
b f 3 Dane Shadow — Adjustment (Mark
Newnham)
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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—
—
—
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: 7
7TH, 16Dec18 3.8L Hawkesbury Mdn 1100m
53.5 (R Dolan 7) 10, Set weights, 1:04.55 (Last
600m 34.26), Soft(6), A Fortunate Lass 55.5
1, Hemsted 57.5 2, Cinquedea 57.5 3, Btg $7.00,
$8.00 Last settling, 9th turn. Shifted in at start.
Expect long odds.
16. RUSSIAN AHEAD (10) 55.5
b f 3 Dream Ahead (US) — Rich Russian (G
Portelli)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$3170
4
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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2
1
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1
Wins
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2nds
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3rds
—
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1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 938s7
9TH, 13Jul18 6.1L Canberra Acton 2 and 3yo
Mdn 1080m 54 (Ms W Costin 5) 12, Lim 54,
1:03.18 (Last 600m 34.69), Synthetic, Ninky
Nonk 55.5 1, I Stole Your Love 54 2, Just A Spat
55.5 3, Btg $16.00, $41.00 10th to 800m, 11th
turn. Jumped awkwardly. Hit rail near 800m.
3RD, 30Jul18 0.8L, 0.5L Bathurst F&M’s Mdn
1200m 54.5 (J Grisedale 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:10.87 ,
Soft(5), Winterconi 56.5 1, Super Cyclone 55.5
2, Worldly Pleasure 56.5 4, Btg $101.00, $21.00
led to turn.
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8TH, 17Aug18 8.3L Bathurst F&M’s Mdn
1208m 55.5 (J Grisedale 6) 9, Lim 54.5, 1:10.93
, Good(4), Snitzagirl 59 1, Feather 58.5 2, Schill
Rock You 55.5 3, Btg $8.00, $9.00 led to turn.
Hung out near turn. Vetted - no abnormalities,
ordered to trial.
--- SPELL --7TH, 20Dec18 5.7L Goulburn F&M’s Mdn
1200m 56.5 (S R Weatherley 4) 10, Set weights,
1:10.39 (Last 600m 34.72), Good(4), Efficiently
56.5 1, Micks New Chick 58 2, Moinda 56.5 3, Btg
$26.00, $31.00 8th to 800m, 6th turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
Coming off a modest run in same company
at Goulburn first-up. Others better.
17. BEAUFORT PARK (14) 57.5
b g 3 Warhead — Warlady (NZ) (G A Ryan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$500
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: 0:0-0-0
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: 7
7TH, 20Dec18 2.1L Goulburn 3yo Mdn 1300m
58 (J Innes Jnr 8) 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 $8.00, $9.00 12th
to turn. Slowly away. Hampered near 800m.
Blocked for a run near 100m.
More experienced following debut. Badly
drawn. Place appeal only.
RACE 7
Maiden SW
4.55 (1500m)
1. BAANONE (3) 59
br g 4 Shocking — Baas (Bjorn Baker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$11,865
4
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1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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1
3
—
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Wins
—
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2nds
—
1
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 36s52
3RD, 30May18 1.3L, 2.8L Warwick Farm
3yo Mdn 1200m 55 (J Van Overmeire 5) 6, Set
weights, 1:11.04 (Last 600m 35.22), Soft(6),
Seasons 55 1, Temple Run 57 2, Mascot 57 4, Btg
$31.00, $51.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
LAST, 11Jun18 16.4L Randwick-Kensington
3yo , C&G’s Mdn 1400m 56 (J Van Overmeire 6)
6, Lim 54.5, 1:22.38 (Last 600m 35.81), Soft(6),
Foreign Territory 58 1, The Bald Eagle 55.5 2,
Time Of Glory 59 3, Btg $4.60, $6.00 2nd to turn.
Inquiry into performance. Ran wide early stages.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --5TH, 29Nov18 6.2L Wyong 4yo and UP
Mdn 1100m 57.5 (T Clark 4) 9, Lim 54, 1:04.82
(Last 600m 34.49), Soft(6), Archedemus 59
1, Impurity 54.5 2, Accountant 55 3, Btg $4.80,
$3.80, $4.00 2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 22Dec18 lng hd, 1L Newcastle Mdn
1200m 59 (C Lever 6) 10, Set weights, 1:12.04
(Last 600m 34.82), Good(4), Gem Dealer 55.5
1, Home Scene 57.5 3, Atomic Sunrise 55.5 4, Btg
$8.50, $21.00 8th to turn. Fractious in barriers.
Warning - barrier manners.
Charged home to just miss last time out.
Getting fitter. Nice gate. Keep safe.
2. HAPPY HUSTLER (2) 59
b g 5 Casino Prince — Langtryst (Ms E Potowski)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$36,075
17
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3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
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12
3
2
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Wins
—
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2nds
—
1
1
1
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3rds
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2
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 4:0-0-1
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-1
4th UP: 3:0-0-1
PLACE: 29.4%
LAST 15 STARTS: 654s443324s2849
5TH, 21Feb17 5.1L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
57.5 (T Angland 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:17.04 (Last
600m 33.96), Good(3), Fleeting Stryke 56.5 1,
Sacamano 58 2, Cordoned 56.5 3, Btg $81.00
Last to turn. Slowly away.
2ND, 02Mar17 1.5L, 0.5L Hawkesbury Mdn
1300m 57 (T Angland 3) 9, Lim 54.5, 1:18.90
(Last 600m 36.60), Heavy(8), Bastia 57.5 1,
Lady Veronique 55.5 3, Good Verdict 57.5 4, Btg
$10.00, $13.00, $10.00 Last to 800m, 8th turn.
Slowly away. Laid in in straight. Proved difficult
to ride out.
--- LET-UP --LAST, 18May17 1.1L Hawkesbury Mdn 1400m
58 (T Angland 2) 6, Lim 54, 1:24.07 (Last 600m
34.94), Good(4), California Wisdom 58.5 1, Our
Anniversaire 54 2, Belle Tournure 56 3, Btg
$7.00, $8.00, $4.80 5th to turn. Slowly away.
Checked near 200m.
4TH, 30May17 1.5L Hawkesbury Mdn 1400m
59 (T Angland 1) 12, Lim 55, 1:24.33 (Last 600m
34.71), Good(4), Our Anniversaire 55.5 1, Waldo
Waldorf 54 2, Latitude 58.5 3, Btg $7.00, $6.00
7th to 800m, 9th turn. Slowly away. Blocked for
a run near turn.
6TH, 12Jun17 7.7L Warwick Farm Mdn 1600m
59 (T Angland 7) 9, Set weights, 1:41.44 (Last
600m 37.17), Heavy(9), Queen Of Heights 57
1, Birdsong 57 2, Isle Of Capri 57 3, Btg $9.00,
$12.00 8th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 06Jul17 4.4L Hawkesbury Mdn 1500m
58.5 (T Angland 6) 9, Lim 55, 1:32.25 (Last 600m
34.85), Soft(5), Letter To Juliette 56 1, Sensacova
55.5 2, Sacred Edge 56.5 3, Btg $5.50, $6.00,
$4.00 7th settling, Last turn. Hampered at start.
Blocked for a run near 400m.
4TH, 16Jul17 3.5L Hawkesbury Mdn 2000m
58 (T Angland 4) 6, Set weights, 2:04.44 (Last
600m 36.32), Good(4), Varuska 56 1, Lucky Tiger
58 2, Chilli Beauty 57 3, Btg $3.20, $4.00, $3.50
5th to turn. Slowly away.
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4TH, 13Feb18 2.4L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
57 (S Guymer 10) 10, Lim 54.5, 1:15.62 (Last
600m 34.87), Good(3), Cavellton 58 1, Bold
Dapper 54.5 2, Nai’a 56 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00
9th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 10Mar18 1L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
56 (S Guymer 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.86 (Last 600m
34.42), Good(3), Jaxim 54 1, Bell Serenade 54 2,
Usurp 56 3, Btg $11.00, $17.00 5th to 800m, 4th
turn. Blocked for a run concluding stages.
3RD, 26Mar18 nck, 2.3L Goulburn Mdn
1400m 59 (S Guymer 5) 10, Set weights, 1:24.01
(Last 600m 36.73), Good(3), Subban 58.5 1,
Everlasting Love 56.5 2, Zman 58.5 4, Btg $4.60,
$5.00, $4.80 Last to 800m, 8th turn. Slowly
away.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 17Apr18 0.8L, 1L Hawkesbury Mdn
1500m 59 (T Angland 1) 12, Set weights, 1:30.54
(Last 600m 34.59), Good(3), Youngstar 56.5
1, Tunero 58.5 2, Smiling Manolito 58.5 4, Btg
$13.00, $6.50 6th to turn. Blocked for a run near
turn. Blocked for a run in straight.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 10May18 4.3L, nck Hawkesbury Mdn
1800m 59 (T Angland 5) 9, Set weights, 1:49.43
(Last 600m 34.52), Good(3), Ombudsman 58 1,
Zedge 57 3, Royal Anthem 56 4, Btg $5.50, $6.50
8th to 1200m, Last 800m, 5th turn. Slowly
away. Hampered early stages.
LAST, 24May18 3.9L Hawkesbury Mdn
1500m 54.5 (J Van Overmeire 2) 4, Lim 54,
1:30.27 (Last 600m 33.63), Good(3), Toroso 57.5
1, Stock Up 57 2, Nahuel 58.5 3, Btg $3.80, $5.00
Last to turn. Slowly away. Laid in in straight.
--- SPELL --2ND, 25Oct18 0.5L, sht nck Hawkesbury 4yo
and UP Mdn 1300m 56.5 (T Angland 7) 8, Lim
55, 1:17.34 (Last 600m 34.27), Soft(5), Stock Up
59 1, Ladies’ Gem 55 3, Wokurna 59 4, Btg $5.00,
$5.50 Last to 800m, 7th turn. Slowly away.
8TH, 08Nov18 4.7L Hawkesbury Mdn 1500m
59 (G Buckley 4) 10, Set weights, 1:31.62 (Last
600m 34.69), Soft(5), The Promise 57 1, Proven
Class 55.5 2, Nivelle 57.5 3, Btg $6.50, $9.00 7th
to 800m, 6th turn. Slowly away.
4TH, 23Nov18 .8 L Hawkesbury Mdn 1600m
59 (K Jennings 6) 7, Set weights, 1:37.77 (Last
600m 33.30), Good(3), He’s Imposing 59 1, Rock
Zone 57.5 2, Nivelle 57.5 3, Btg $12.00, $21.00 6th
to turn. Laid in in straight.
9TH, 09Dec18 8.9L Hawkesbury Mdn 1800m
57 (K Jennings 5) 13, Lim 55, 1:48.15 (Last 600m
34.76), Good(3), Ocean Dash 55 1, Celebrator
53.5 2, Picaro 55.5 3, Btg $10.00, $13.00, $11.00
11th settling, 12th to 800m, 11th turn. Slowly
away.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Couldn’t show a turn of foot
this grade at Hawkesbury at latest. Outside
chance for multiples.
3. NEPTUNE (1) 59
ch g 4 Excites — Inmotion (K J Parker)
P’Money
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 16.7%
LAST 15 STARTS: 820s78s5
8TH, 22Feb18 7.7L Gosford 3yo Mdn 1000m
57 (N Callow 5) 10, Set weights, 58.80s (Last
600m 35.57), Good(4), Crimson Ticket 55 1,
Resin 55 2, Livia’s Story 55 3, Btg $31.00, $71.00
8th to 800m, 9th turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 16Mar18 1L, 0.8L Taree Mdn 1007m 58.5
(A Gibbons 5) 11, Set weights, 59.13s (Last 600m
35.71), Good(4), Exellas 56.5 1, Stars Galawe 55.5
3, Natural Image 55 4, Btg $17.00, $21.00 led to
turn.
--- FRESHENED --13TH, 09Apr18 9.7L Scone 3yo Mdn 1000m
59 (A Gibbons 7) 14, Lim 54.5, 56.73s (Last 600m
33.62), Good(4), Katgully Red 58.5 1, Ten Carat
58.5 2, Philadora 55 3, Btg $7.50, $12.00 9th to
800m, 11th turn. Inquiry into performance.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --7TH, 31Jul18 4.1L Newcastle Mdn 900m 59 (J
Adams 4) 10, Set weights, 53.68s (Last 600m
34.22), Good(3), Flying Inferno 54.5 1, Tartufo
Bianco 54.5 2, Directory 57 3, Btg $10.00, $11.00,
$9.00 led to turn.
8TH, 17Aug18 9L Taree C,H&G’s Mdn 1250m
56.5 (J Adams 3) 14, Lim 54, 1:13.49 (Last
600m 36.03), Good(3), Esplanade 54 1, Eskimo
Commander 58 2, Zubrowka 55.5 3, Btg $5.50,
$8.00 9th to 800m, 7th turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- SPELL --5TH, 20Dec18 9.3L Goulburn C,H&G’s Mdn
1200m 59 (J Ford 4) 9, Set weights, 1:09.73 (Last
600m 34.94), Good(4), Sheriff 57.5 1, Pindus 57.5
2, Lincoln County 57.5 3, Btg $15.00, $21.00 4th
to 800m, 5th turn.
Gave ground last-track} first-up. Faces a
task.
4. TRADES STAR (7) 59
b g 4 Nicconi — Tennessee Star (W M Slinkard)
P’Money
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DIST: 2:0-1-0
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 4s3245s4
4TH, 13Feb18 4.4L Hawkesbury Mdn 1100m
58.5 (Ms W Costin 10) 11, Set weights, 1:03.93
(Last 600m 34.28), Good(3), Eschara 56.5 1,
Image Neat 59 2, The Big Vin 58.5 3, Btg $21.00,
$31.00 7th to 800m, 4th turn. Wide throughout.
Laid in in straight. Proved difficult to ride out.
--- SPELL --3RD, 24May18 1.5L, 2L Hawkesbury Mdn
1300m 59 (R Brewer 6) 10, Set weights, 1:17.67
(Last 600m 34.73), Good(3), Redemption Road
59 1, Spin Bowles 59 2, In The Zone 59 4, Btg
$8.00, $9.00 7th to 800m, 5th turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Overraced early, middle stages.
Tightened for room.
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2ND, 10Jun18 1.8L, 1.8L Hawkesbury Mdn
1500m 59 (R Brewer 2) 6, Lim 55.5, 1:32.44 (Last
600m 35.71), Heavy(8), The Cartoonist 55 1,
Lake Hayes 56.5 3, Follow The Money 57.5 4, Btg
$6.00, $7.50 3rd settling, 4th 800m, 3rd turn.
Hampered early stages. Overraced early, middle
stages.
4TH, 21Jun18 3.1L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
59 (R Brewer 4) 11, Set weights, 1:18.21 (Last
600m 34.31), Soft(5), Voodoo Lady 57 1, Mascot
59 2, Orchestral Lass 57 3, Btg $8.50, $10.00,
$9.00 6th to 800m, 9th turn. Hampered at
start. Overraced middle stages.
5TH, 05Jul18 3.6L Hawkesbury Mdn 1500m
58 (R Brewer 4) 6, Lim 54, 1:32.15 (Last 600m
34.82), Soft(7), Bobbing 58.5 1, I’m A Legend
59.5 2, Stage Pass 54.5 3, Btg $21.00, $16.00 4th
to 1200m, 3rd 800m, 4th turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --4TH, 09Dec18 6.9L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
59 (R Brewer 5) 11, Lim 55.5, 1:15.97 (Last 600m
34.20), Good(3), Cossetot 58 1, Musume 56.5 2,
I’m Kate 56 3, Btg $15.00, $17.00, $16.00 9th to
800m, 6th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Went to line only fairly this
level at Hawkesbury first-up. Only a place
chance.
5. CAJUN MUSIC (11) 57.5
b/br g 3 Bernardini (US) — Zydeco (James
Cummings)
P’Money
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TRACK: 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
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9TH, 09Dec18 13.1L Hawkesbury Mdn 1300m
58 (G Schofield 9) 11, Lim 55.5, 1:15.97 (Last
600m 34.20), Good(3), Cossetot 58 1, Musume
56.5 2, I’m Kate 56 3, Btg $12.00, $21.00, $16.00
6th to 800m, 7th turn. Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Lacked a pick-up and only
plugged to line at Hawkesbury debut. Place
makes best appeal.
6. DEELBRAKA (15) 57.5
b g 3 Dundeel (NZ) — Sunset Boulevard (C Maher
& D Eustace)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$11,240
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
TRACK: 1:0-1-0
1st UP: 2:0-2-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 66.7%
LAST 15 STARTS: 24s2
2ND, 12Jul18 3L, 1.8L Sale Mdn 1415m 56 (D
Lane 7) 13, Set weights, 1:27.28 (Last 600m
35.04), Soft(7), Cochada 58.5 1, Firestripe 58.5
3, Regis Command 58.5 4, Btg $8.00, $13.00 9th
to 800m, 7th turn. Eased near 600m. Laid in in
straight.
4TH, 30Jul18 3.2L Donald 1st Mdn 1620m 56
(Ms L Meech 6) 12, Set weights, 1:43.88 (Last
600m 36.43), Soft(6), Baby 56 1, Condover
Hall 58.5 2, Pressure 54 3, Btg $1.70, $1.80,
$1.70 (fav). 8th to 800m, 4th turn. Inquiry into
performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --2ND, 15Dec18 1.5L, 3.5L Kembla Grange Mdn
1300m 58 (Ms K O’Hara 4) 8, Lim 55.5, 1:18 (Last
600m 34.94), Heavy(8), Happy Seventy 59 1,
Admissible 55.5 3, Chief Command 57 4, Btg
$1.90, $1.80, $1.90 (fav). 6th to 800m, 5th turn.
Slowly away. Eased near 400m.
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 (8) 57.5
br c 3 Uncle Mo (US) — Pointed (A & E Cummings)
P’Money
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2nd 3rd
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 20%
LAST 15 STARTS: 77374
7TH, 10Oct18 7.7L Warwick Farm 3yo , C&G’s
Mdn 1100m 57.5 (T Angland 7) 8, Lim 57.5,
1:07.48 (Last 600m 36.78), Heavy(10), Roheryn
57.5 1, Vedder 57.5 2, Flying Legend 57.5 3, Btg
$31.00, $41.00 7th to 800m, 4th turn.
LAST, 24Oct18 5.5L Warwick Farm 3yo ,
C&G’s Mdn 1300m 56 (J Ford 4) 7, Set weights,
1:18.59 (Last 600m 35.86), Soft(7), Adana 56
1, Napoleon Solo 56 2, Aurman Zou 56 3, Btg
$81.00, $101.00, $81.00 5th to 800m, 6th turn.
3RD, 06Nov18 nck, 1.8L Randwick 3yo Mdn
1400m 56.5 (K Jennings 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:22.22
(Last 600m 35.14), Good(4), Napoleon Solo 59
1, Stealth Sniper 57 2, Flying Pierro 57.5 4, Btg
$17.00 6th to turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
7TH, 16Nov18 5.9L Canterbury-N 3yo Mdn
1550m 57 (K Jennings 7) 8, Set weights, 1:34.43
(Last 600m 35.16), Good(3), Secret Legend
57 1, Battle Plane 57 2, Welsh Legend 55 3, Btg
$21.00, $17.00, $21.00 4th to 1200m, 3rd to
turn. Hampered at start. Wide throughout.
Hampered near 200m.
4TH, 30Nov18 3.7L Canterbury-N 3yo Mdn
1550m 57 (G Schofield 3) 10, Set weights, 1:33.73
(Last 600m 36.29), Soft(5), Welsh Legend 55 1,
Rock Zone 57 2, Stealth Sniper 57 3, Btg $21.00,
$26.00, $21.00 5th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened.
Fair
effort
without
threatening at Canterbury last start. Easier
here and open to improvement. Can figure.
8. FLYING PIERRO (4) 57.5
b g 3 Pierro — We Betcha (C J Waller)
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s5s4565
6TH, 02Dec17 1.8L Rosehill 2yo Open 1100m
56 (T Angland 2) 7, Set wts with pen, 1:05.31
(Last 600m 35.79, Last 200m 12.26), Good(3),
Perfect Pitch 52.5 1, Miss Invincible 54 2,
Toulouse 56 3, Btg $10.00, $17.00 5th to turn.
Blocked for a run concluding stages.
--- SPELL --5TH, 27Jun18 8.4L Canterbury 2yo Open
1100m 56.5 (T Clark 4) 8, Lim 54.5, 1:05.34
(Last 600m 36.07), Soft(6), Smart Melody 56
1, Laburnum 56 2, Kashiwa 56.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$17.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn. Hampered early
stages.
--- SPELL --4TH, 06Nov18 2.2L Randwick 3yo Mdn
1400m 57.5 (R Hutchings 9) 9, Lim 54, 1:22.22
(Last 600m 35.14), Good(4), Napoleon Solo 59
1, Stealth Sniper 57 2, Flying Mojo 56.5 3, Btg
$11.00, $15.00 2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 28Nov18 7.4L Warwick Farm 3yo ,
C&G’s Mdn 1400m 56 (J Bowman 3) 8, Set
weights, 1:28.81 (Last 600m 37.75), Heavy(8),
Snippetspeed 56 1, Canyonero 56 2, Shaman 56
3, Btg $2.90, $3.20 (fav). 4th to turn. Blocked for
a run in straight.
6TH, 05Dec18 2.4L Warwick Farm 1st 3yo
Mdn 1400m 56 (G Schofield 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:25.13
(Last 600m 34.70), Good(4), Thunder Pace 58 1,
Les Amoureux 56 2, Word For Word 56.5 3, Btg
$8.00, $9.00 9th to 800m, 7th turn. Hampered
at start. Checked early stages.
5TH, 21Dec18 3.6L Randwick-Kensington
3yo Mdn 1400m 57 (J Collett 8) 9, Set weights,
1:23.50 (Last 600m 34.46), Soft(5), Helga 52
1, Word For Word 55 2, Nobu 57 3, Btg $11.00,
$13.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
Ran home respectably at RandwickKensington last outing. Decent alley. Could
find a few lengths in this company. Among
the dangers.
9. MR COSTIGAN (12) 57.5
br g 3 Harbour Watch (IR) — Morosi (M C
Conners)
P’Money
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2nd 3rd
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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: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
PLACE: 14.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 540s8892
5TH, 20May18 2.4L Nowra Mdn 1100m 56.5
(Ms J Taylor 4) 14, Lim 55, 1:04.56 (Last 600m
35.39), Soft(6), Ellebeedee 57 1, Temple Run
59 2, Fortune’s Path 58.5 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00
led to 800m, 3rd turn. Wide throughout.
Hampered concluding stages.
4TH, 07Jun18 1.7L Wyong C,H&G’s Mdn
1100m 55.5 (Ms J Taylor 2) 7, Lim 54.5, 1:04.83
(Last 600m 35.59), Soft(7), Test Of War 56 1,
Stunned 58.5 2, Uncle Sam 54.5 3, Btg $3.80,
$3.00 (fav). 5th to turn.
LAST, 26Jun18 6.5L Wyong 2yo Mdn 1300m
56.5 (Ms J Taylor 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.99 (Last
600m 35.87), Soft(6), Salsa Man 56 1, Skyray
59.5 2, Fun Fact 56.5 3, Btg $9.00, $12.00 6th
to 800m, 9th turn. Inquiry into performance.
Lacerations.
--- SPELL --LAST, 11Oct18 7.5L Wyong , C,H&G’s Mdn
1200m 54.5 (Ms J Taylor 4) 8, Lim 54.5, 1:11.29
(Last 600m 35.05), Soft(7), Coterie 58 1, Taj 56
2, California Laestar 55 3, Btg $11.00, $26.00 3rd
to 800m, 4th turn. Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --8TH, 03Nov18 7.8L Newcastle C,H&G’s Mdn
1200m 57.5 (Ms J Taylor 7) 12, Set weights,
1:10.87 (Last 600m 34.69), Good(3), Lucky
Mission 57.5 1, Monsieur Bronx 59 2, California
Laestar 57.5 3, Btg $151.00, $101.00 led to 800m,
2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 06Dec18 5.7L Gosford 3yo Mdn 1200m
54.5 (J Van Overmeire 4) 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 $31.00, $26.00,
$41.00 5th to 800m, 6th turn. Blocked for a run
near 100m.
2ND, 20Dec18 0.8L, nse Goulburn 3yo Mdn
1300m 55 (J Van Overmeire 3) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.42
(Last 600m 36.85), Good(4), Couru 56 1, Storm
Attack 56.5 3, Pauper 56.5 4, Btg $26.00, $31.00
7th to 800m, 5th turn. Hampered near 1200m.
Finished solidly to place at long odds at
Goulburn last time out. Could sneak a place
at odds.
10. TICKET KEEPER (9) 57.5
b g 3 Tickets — Dyemadolla (T R Martin)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
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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: 40
4TH, 17Nov18 3.3L Kembla Grange 3yo Mdn
1000m 58 (R Hutchings 7) 9, Lim 54, 59.22s
(Last 600m 34.95), Soft(7), Transmitter 54 1,
Georgia Hit 54.5 2, Perigord 58 3, Btg $5.50,
$9.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 16Dec18 11.5L Hawkesbury Mdn 1100m
57.5 (A Hyeronimus 9) 10, Set weights, 1:04.55
(Last 600m 34.26), Soft(6), A Fortunate Lass
55.5 1, Hemsted 57.5 2, Cinquedea 57.5 3, Btg
$9.00, $13.00, $12.00 9th settling, Last turn.
Overraced early, middle stages.
Failed to make an impression in same
class at Hawkesbury at latest. Not fancied.
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11. ACTUARIAL (13) 55.5
br f 3 So You Think (NZ) — Pentasia (M, W & J
Hawkes)
P’Money
STRS
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2nd 3rd
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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, 21Dec18 6.5L Randwick-Kensington 3yoo
0
Mdn 1400m 55 (C Reith 7) 9, Set weights, 1:23.50
(Last 600m 34.46), Soft(5), Helga 52 1, Word Forr
Word 55 2, Nobu 57 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00 Lastt
settling, 8th turn.
Needs to improve on modest debutt
performance. Awkwardly drawn. Not keen.
12. AGE OF WAR (5) 55.5
b f 3 Snitzel — Lady Zabelia (NZ) (G Portelli)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$13,390
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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2nds
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1
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1
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-1-1
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 75%
LAST 15 STARTS: 28s32
2ND, 07Jun18 0.5L, sht nck Wyong F&M’ss
Mdn 1100m 56.5 (Ms D Panya 1) 5, Lim 56,,
1:05.20 (Last 600m 34.56), Heavy(8), Take Too
Heart 55 1, Vainity 57 3, Fine Behind 56 4, Btgg
$5.00, $6.00, $5.50 led to turn.
8TH, 20Jun18 4.7L Canterbury 2yo , Filliess
Mdn 1100m 56 (Ms D Panya 3) 9, Set weights,,
1:07.78 (Last 600m 36.96), Heavy(9), Jen Ruless
56 1, Mizzy 56 2, Churning 56 3, Btg $10.00,,
$13.00 3rd to 800m, 6th turn. Checked nearr
800m.
--- SPELL --3RD, 02Dec18 1L, 2.3L Newcastle Mdn 1300m
m
55 (Ms D Panya 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.40 (Lastt
600m 34.27), Good(4), Charretera 57.5 1, Jazettee
55 including 0.5 over 2, The Bald Eagle 58.5 4,,
Btg $13.00, $21.00, $17.00 led to turn.
2ND, 17Dec18 4.8L, sht nck Orange Mdnn
1400m 55.5 (Ms D Panya 9) 13, Set weights,,
1:22.56 , Good(3), Positive Peace 55.5 1, Weee
0
Lassie 54 3, Pujols 59 4, Btg $2.00, $1.90, $2.00
(fav). led settling, 2nd turn.
d
Been competetive. Handy and boxed
away without troubling winner at Orangee
last start. Strips fitter third-up. Should bee
competitive.
13. NIJINSKA (10) 55.5
b/br f 3 Savabeel — Polish (NZ) (Joseph Pride)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2820
3
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—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
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2
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: 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: 8s46
8TH, 15Jun18 10L Goulburn Mdn 1300m 54.55
m
(Ms R King 12) 14, Lim 54.5, 1:17.98 (Last 600m
36.28), Soft(5), Pierino 59 1, Chorus 55.5 2, Alll
Too Good 56 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00 10th too
turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --m
4TH, 06Dec18 3.5L Gosford 3yo Mdn 1200m
m
55 (J Ford 8) 12, Lim 54, 1:11.53 (Last 600m
35.66), Good(4), Battle Cry 58 1, Win ‘n’ Grin 54.55
2, Mosht Up 56 3, Btg $31.00, $16.00 9th to turn..
m
6TH, 20Dec18 1.8L Goulburn 3yo Mdn 1300m
m
55 (J Ford 1) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.42 (Last 600m
36.85), Good(4), Couru 56 1, Mr Costigan 55 2,,
0
Storm Attack 56.5 3, Btg $5.00, $6.50, $5.50
10th to 800m, 8th turn.
Gave good account at Goulburn lastt
n
outing. Fitter for recent racing. Keep in
mind.
14. SEAU (14) 55.5
b/br f 3 Pluck (US) — Moporena (Mark Newnham))
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1000
1
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—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
—
—
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: 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: 0
LAST, 01Dec18 5.1L Kembla Grange Mdnn
1400m 54.5 (A Gibbons 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:24.811
(Last 600m 36.40), Soft(7), Concave 55.5 1,,
Winspear 54 2, Noble House 55.5 3, Btg $6.00,,
$8.00 7th to 800m, 9th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Kept ticking over with sht nk 2nd She’ss
Sureel 1200m W Farm barrier trial (Mdn))
Soft(5) Dec 27. Freshened. Just battled
d
ff
home this grade here on debut. Drawn off
the track. Rough chance for minors.
15. HONOUR OF CLARE (6) 59
b/br g 4 Onemorenomore — Great Meadows
(Jason Attard)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$500
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: 7
7TH, 20Dec18 10L Goulburn C,H&G’s Mdnn
1200m 59 (K S Latham 5) 9, Set weights, 1:09.733
(Last 600m 34.94), Good(4), Sheriff 57.5 1,,
Pindus 57.5 2, Lincoln County 57.5 3, Btg $81.00,,
$101.00 6th to turn. Hampered at start.
Debut run well below what’s required..
Looking elsewhere.
TAMWORTH RACES Friday
RACE 1 H&NW Handicap
1600m 1.20 EQ1
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3231 SHANGATO t 1
s116 DELCHUZY Ⓑ 5
5s84 CHEKKAPEN dw 4
0s00 ONLY IN RED dw 3
75s0 HUSSONPLAZA dw 2
R Thompson
T Wolfgram
Ms S Vella (a3)
S Lisnyy
G Buckley
RACE 2 Blake Tickell Plate
61 *$2.00
55.5 2.50
54.5 5.00
54 16.00
54 11.00
1000m 1.55 EQ2
Ms M Weir (a)
P Graham
B Looker
D Northey
SCRATCHED
A Morgan
R Thompson
Ms G Willoughby (a2)
G Buckley
S Lisnyy
D Mc Lellan
M Squires
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
55
55
55
8.00
10.00
26.00
*3.00
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11.00
7.00
51.00
21.00
34.00
4.00
26.00
RACE 3 Country Music Cup 24/1 1400m 2.35 EQ3
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4s43 KATGULLY RED 2
3434 SCHAPPOSE h 1
4869 DAN ROY tch 5
4s14 MONTANA PINES h 3
78s8 YULONG BAOHU d 6
3805 GRONKY d 7
6381 ONE FINE CAT 4
Ms C Graham (a1.5)
Ms L Day (a1.5)
Ms K Bell-Pitomac (a2)
Ms W Peel (a2)
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
Ms M Weir (a)
RACE 4 Farmers Run Hcp
61 *3.00
58
3.80
54.5 5.00
54
4.50
54
9.00
54 16.00
54 12.00
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7s1 BABBINBOON BOY wh 7
1s3s FIERY EMINENCE bh 4
133s MORE THAN MAGICO th 1
31s PLUCK AND LUCKY Ⓑ 5
06s5 MOCK SONG dh 6
2502 SHIVER ME TIMBERS 3
700s WHITE EAGLE dw 2
Ms W Peel (a2)
G Buckley
A Gibbons
R Thompson
L Cumberland
Ms L Day (a1.5)
M Squires
RACE 5 Nathan Gremmo Plate
59
5.00
59
4.00
57.5 5.00
57.5 *2.80
55.5 11.00
55
7.00
54 26.00
1200m 3.45 Q1
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8749 GREATDUCK 9
7s80 JOHN PAUL h 4
250s KADARCHI h 1
0 MAGIC RICHARD 7
7439 WHISKEY APPLE h 2
s363 DUKES COUNTY h 3
7s MENDED Ⓑ 5
SIR WINKLE 8
0s47 THE CAT FACTOR Ⓑ 10
849s VOLT OF POWER 6
RACE 6
4.20
Ms S Vella (a3)
M Squires
G Buckley
T Wolfgram
Ms B Hodder
B Looker
D Mc Lellan
A Gibbons
A Morgan
P Graham
(1200m)
1. CURRABUB (Ms S Grills) 4m By Dream Ballad Angry (3:0-0-0): Ridden on the speed 8½ len 7th of
9 (7) $15.00 57.0 Master Cramsie 1300m Moree Mdn
Plate Soft(5) Dec 15. Prominent but found nothing
when called upon at Moree last start. Hard to recommend.
2. FLYING COSMOS (L K Roberts) 5m By Northern
Meteor - Romantic Flyer (2:0-0-0): Slowly away,
checked near 600m when 6½ len 11th of 14 (3)
$71.00 57.0 Policy 1000m Gunnedah Mdn Good(3)
Dec 8. Freshened. Just battled home in same class
at Gunnedah last outing. Prefer others.
3. MIGHTY SUCCESS (Theresa Stair) 4m By
Dreamscape - Mighty Mandi (2:0-0-0): Slowly away
when 4½ len 6th of 12 (9) $7.50 57.0 Lookin’ Alive
1000m Tamworth Mdn Good(4) June 9. First-up.
Should be competitive.
4. PAYDAY PRINCESS (P Cleal) 6m By Equiano
(FR) - Queen Of Castille (24:0-2-2): Took up a handy
position in 6¾ len 10th of 13 (13) $51.00 56.0 Whisper Delovely 1100m Armidale F&M Mdn Soft(5)
Dec 18. Coming off a modest run in same company
at Armidale last time out. Long time in the maiden
ranks and hard to see that changing here. Doesn’t
look likely.
5. PHYLICIA (R P Northam) 4m By Pierro - Crevette
(3:0-0-1): Eased near 600m when lg nk, 2½ len 3rd
of 10 (4) $9.00 56.0 Gold Rhapsody, Uptooit 1000m
Taree Mdn Soft(5) Dec 23. Ran home well to fill the
minors at Taree first-up. Strips fitter. Decent alley.
Must be considered.
6. SINGLE ZERO (Craig Weeding) 5m By Pendragon
(NZ) - Roulette Wheel (6:0-0-2): Hung in in straight
when 10¼ len 8th of 12 (2) $41.00 54.0 Bad Boy For
Love 1100m Hawkesbury Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16. Kept
ticking over with nk, 1¼ len 3rd Pulang Pula, Blucarat
740m W Farm barrier trial (Mdn) Synthetic Dec 27.
Not the roughest.
7. BREAK THE BANK (T S Howlett) 3f By Bernardini
(US) - Switmoa (1:0-0-0): Well beaten 8 len last of 11
(4) $26.00 56.5 Apache Belle 1106m Port Macquarie
F&M Mdn Soft(5) Sept 23. Resuming. Disappointing debut performance. Tough alley. A win would
surprise.
8. DIXIE AMOUR (Ms J Clement) 3f By Dixie
Prospect (US) - Youthful Al (5:0-0-0): Raced
greenly when 4 len 6th of 13 (2) $71.00 56.5 Whisper
Delovely 1100m Armidale F&M Mdn Soft(5) Dec 18.
Looks tested.
9. IMAPOET (T S Howlett) 3f By Poet’s Voice (GB)
- Ioness (1:0-0-0): Settled handy when debut 13¾
len last of 10 (1) $61.00 54.5 Destiny’s Choice 1250m
Taree Mdn Soft(5) Dec 17. Failed to impress at debut.
Not likely.
10. MARY MAGPIE (P M Perry) 3f By Dawn Approach (IR) - Little ‘n’ Cute (7:0-2-1): Handily placed
when ½ hd, nk 3rd of 13 (1) $3.10F 56.5 Whisper
Delovely, Rabaab 1100m Armidale F&M Mdn Soft(5)
Dec 18. On pace and fought on bravely to place at Armidale last start. Include among the better chances.
11. QUEEN OF MANHATTAN (A Newing) 3f By
Lope De Vega (IR) - Manhattan Transfer (0:0-0-0):
First start. Launching career here after 1¾ len 5th
Magic Richard 800m Gosford barrier trial (Mdn)
Good(4) Dec 18. Trials: (3:0-0-0). Bears close
watching.
12. QUEENS (Nathan Doyle) 3f By Delago Deluxe
- Morning Swim (4:0-0-1): Overraced early stages
when 6¼ len 11th of 13 (9) $31.00 55.0 Celosia
1400m Newcastle F&M Mdn Good(3) Dec 8. Freshened. Formerly with E O’Rourke & M Freedman.
Went to line only fairly this grade at Newcastle last
outing. Easier here and open to improvement. Eachway chance.
13. RABAAB (Stirling Osland) 3f By Snitzel - Close
Relation (US) (2:0-1-0): Got home nicely to run ½ hd
2nd of 13 (6) $8.50 56.5 Whisper Delovely 1100m Armidale F&M Mdn Soft(5) Dec 18. Worked home solidly to place at Armidale last time out. Keep in mind.
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73 DODECANESE 12
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FIELDS OF RED Ⓑ h 4
4 8557 HEAD ON Ⓑ 1
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HITMAN Ⓑ 6
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KING COBRA 5
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LUFF 8
8
8 ONEMORECHOICE Ⓑ h 11
9
PAPA JOHN Ⓑ 9
1
10
CRAZYAIRE Ⓑ 7
111
RAAY OF DREAMS Ⓑ 10
112
STYRIA Ⓑ 3
TAB CODE: CR
• 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: True
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59
59
59
59
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
RACE 7
21.00
21.00
16.00
5.50
12.00
*3.60
4.50
6.50
8.00
10.00
4.55
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7s87 CURRABUB h 4
80 FLYING COSMOS 8
66s MIGHTY SUCCESS h 6
92P0 PAYDAY PRINCESS h 9
94s3 PHYLICIA 1
0s38 SINGLE ZERO 10
0s BREAK THE BANK Ⓑ 12
4s06 DIXIE AMOUR h 2
0 IMAPOET 3
5293 MARY MAGPIE Ⓑ b 13
QUEEN OF MANHATTAN Ⓑ 5
7730 QUEENS Ⓑ 7
52 RABAAB Ⓑ 11
RACE 7 H’bury City Slickers Appeal
5.35
58
58
58
58
58
58
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
21.00
41.00
6.00
21.00
*3.00
12.00
41.00
51.00
34.00
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8.00
10.00
5.00
1200m 4.55 Q3
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3
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97s9 ARUBA w 7
6353 CHOICE HARVEST 3
2255 PENFOLD cdw 1
s637 STRICTLY LEGIT bh 6
27s6 VINEYARD h 2
s008 MAHBOOB dw 5
1192 BLINKIN LEGEND dbh 4
RACE 8 Back To The Bush
P Graham
Ms W Peel (a2)
Ms L Day (a1.5)
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
B Looker
S Lisnyy
Ms B Hodder
61
11.00
61
7.00
59
4.50
58 *3.00
57.5 4.00
57 21.00
55
5.00
2100m 5.35 DD2 Q4
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10
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4159 LONELY ORPHAN wh 4
6680 DER MEISTER 10
2451 UNRESOLVED dw 13
1129 BEMBOKA w 1
3271 LOUISIANA MAN wh 5
1573 PEDRO’S ZARIZ 6
0042 MALIBU STACY w 11
8s52 WHAKATANE 8
0753 SEALUM w 3
8102 EXOTIC ART t 7
7725 SEIZE THEM ALL 12
6343 STIRLING SHADOW Ⓑ twh 2
4495 TIGER’S STORY w 9
Ms S Vella (a3)
G Buckley
Ms W Peel (a2)
Ms R Murray
Ms G Willoughby (a2)
D Northey
Ms K Bell-Pitomac (a2)
Ms C Graham (a1.5)
A Gibbons
L Cumberland
A Morgan
Ms B Hodder
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
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59
58
56.5
56
55
55
54.5
54
54
54
54
8.00
21.00
10.00
*4.00
7.00
21.00
26.00
5.00
7.00
26.00
13.00
16.00
18.00
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(1200m)
1. ARUBA (P M Perry) 4g By Choisir - Coral Reef
(17:2-3-4): Balanced up midfield when 6 len 7th of 11
(6) $10.00 55.5 Latitude 1600m Newcastle (Bm71)
Soft(5) June 30. Overraced early stages, hung out in
straight, laid out throughout when 8½ len 9th of 10
(5) $31.00 58.0 Oakfield Missile 1200m Newcastle
(Bm70) Good(3) Dec 8. Kept up to the mark with 3¾
len 5th Trust Me 800m Gosford barrier trial Good(4)
Dec 18. Freshened. Keep safe.
2. CHOICE HARVEST (Craig Weeding) 4g By Choisir
- Polite (US) (18:2-3-4): Kept grinding 3½ len 5th of 8
(2) $7.00 61.0 Loves A Hassle 1300m Orange (Bm66)
Good(4) Nov 23. Showed pace when nose, ½ len 3rd of
10 (7) $15.00 58.5 Animalia, Critical Touch 1300m Canberra (Bm70) Soft(6) Dec 16. On pace and boxed on to
fill the minors at Canberra at latest. Free-running. Well
placed from the perfect draw. Can play a role.
3. PENFOLD (Allan Kehoe) 4m By Toorak Toff - Aadelaidee (19:4-6-1): Battled away for 1½ len 5th of 7 (6)
$4.00 58.5 Traumatised 1206m Port Macquarie (Bm66)
Good(4) Nov 27. Beaten but not disgraced when 2½ len
5th of 14 (4) $5.50 59.5 Tarbert 1200m Coffs Harbour
(Bm66) Good(4) Dec 13. Freshened. Wasn’t all that far
away at Coffs Harbour last start. Expect will be prominent from the decent draw. Major player.
4. STRICTLY LEGIT (Cody Morgan) 5g By Nicconi - Divine Choice (7:1-0-2): Gave all for len, nk 3rd of 10 (3)
$3.60 58.5 Phuket, Meraki Miss 1000m Scone Hcp (C3)
Good(3) Dec 4. Positioned midfield when 5¼ len 7th of
9 (9) $2.40F 57.0 Norske Code 900m Scone Hcp (C3)
Soft(6) Dec 14. Average effort this level at Scone last
outing. Looks one of the main chances.
5. VINEYARD (C K Martin) 4g By Bernardini (US) Vintner (9:2-3-0): Ridden on the speed 5¾ len 7th of
11 (9) $21.00 56.5 Radiant Choice 1400m R’hill 3yo+
Highway-C2 Good(4) June 2. On return from break
finished 4½ len 6th of 11 (9) $4.60 57.5 Miss Redoble
1200m Scone (Bm66) Good(3) Dec 4. Freshened.
Just battled home in same class at Scone first-up.
Drawn to ge a nice run. Rates highly.
6. MAHBOOB (R E Ollerton) 8g By Anglia - Lovey
Amazon (36:4-1-7): Not flash in 6½ len 12th of 13 (13)
$81.00 52.5 Pippi’s Pride 1450m Muswellbrook Open
Hcp Good(4) Oct 23. Settled midfield when 10¼ len
8th of 9 (8) $26.00 54.0 Disgraceful 1600m Quirindi
Open Hcp Good(3) Nov 13. Back from a let-up. Needs to
improve sharply. Hard to make a case for.
7. BLINKIN LEGEND (C R Clegg) 4m By Al Samer Outback Legend (17:3-4-0): Sound when 3 len 9th of
14 (14) $7.50 58.5 Wisama 1200m Quirindi (Bm58)
Good(4) Nov 25. Took up a midfield position when
1½ len 2nd of 12 (2) $3.20F 54.5 Carry On Ringo
1100m Armidale (Bm66) Good(4) Dec 18. Honest
customer. Finished solidly to place at Armidale last
time out. Good gate. Strong claims.
RACE 8
P Graham
M Squires
D Northey
Ms O Pickering (a2)
R Thompson
Ms W Peel (a2)
A Gibbons
Ms M Weir (a)
A Morgan
SCRATCHED
Ms A Denby
T Wolfgram
B Looker
(2100m)
1. LONELY ORPHAN (L J Jeffriess) 6m By Domesday Brittle Express (39:6-2-3): Fair effort in 3¼ len 5th of 7
(5) $4.20 55.5 Chosen Prince 2200m Scone 3yo+ (Bm74)
Good(4) Dec 4. Wide throughout when 4¼ len 9th of 12
(12) $11.00 55.0 Baroque Girl 1900m Armidale Open Hcp
Good(4) Dec 18. Coming off a modest run at Armidale at
latest. Drawn favourably. Can’t be taken lightly.
2. DER MEISTER (P M Perry) 8g By Mastercraftsman (IR) - Agnetha (GE) (42:4-4-3): Balanced up
midfield when 3½ len 8th of 12 (5) $12.00 54.5
Baroque Girl 1900m Armidale Open Hcp Good(4)
Dec 18. Didn’t offer much when 7¼ len 10th of 11
(10) $31.00 57.0 Coolaminyah Kid 1600m Scone
(Bm58) Good(3) Dec 29. Failed to make an impression in same company at Scone last start. Unlikely
to trouble these.
3. UNRESOLVED (G D Lunn) 5g By Artie Schiller (US)
- Rose Alba (IR) (38:4-4-6): Took up a handy position
in 3¾ len 5th of 12 (8) $6.50 58.0 Western Saga 1610m
Dubbo (Bm50) Good(4) Dec 21. Claimed sht hd win of
10 (9) $26.00 52.0 Western Parade, Ima Baker 2100m
Orange 3yo+ (Bm66) Firm(2) Dec 30. Good, determined win from off the pace last outing. Can figure.
4. BEMBOKA (G D Lunn)
4
L ) 44g By Big Brown (US) Procession (14:2-1-3): Made up good ground when
lg nk 2nd of 8 (8) $8.50 58.0 Yuralla Boy 2200m
Scone 3yo+ (Bm58) Soft(6) Dec 14. Failed to fire
4¼ len 9th of 10 (5) $5.50 54.5 Unresolved 2100m
Orange 3yo+ (Bm66) Firm(2) Dec 30. Went to line
only fairly in stronger company at Orange last time
out. Drops in grade. Drawn to receive every chance.
Rates highly.
5. LOUISIANA MAN (C K Martin) 4g By Arlington
- Mysinga (10:1-1-2): Positioned midfield when 5¼
len 7th of 12 (8) $26.00 54.5 Delete 1600m Quirindi
Plate (C1) Good(3) Nov 13. Severely hampered near
800m when ¾ len win of 11 (10) $11.00 55.0 Oh Why,
Happens Nomore 1600m Moree Plate (C1) Soft(5)
Dec 15. Charged through to score at Moree at latest.
Worth some thought.
6. PEDRO’S ZARIZ (C W Hodgson) 6g By Zariz Runaway Frisco (23:3-1-3): Slowly away when 6¾
len 7th of 10 (7) $8.00 59.0 Leap Of Legend 1400m
Warren (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 14. Slowly away when
len, lg nk 3rd of 12 (3) $26.00 60.0 Western Saga,
Douro 1610m Dubbo (Bm50) Good(4) Dec 21. Faces
stronger opposition now. Not expected to threaten.
7. MALIBU STACY (Connie Greig) 7m By Haradasun
- Barberton (67:6-5-7): Kept trying 2¼ len 4th of 12
(11) $26.00 57.5 Western Saga 1610m Dubbo (Bm50)
Good(4) Dec 21. Honest when 3 len 2nd of 5 (1) $3.50
62.0 Huang Zhong 1400m Trangie 3yo+ Picnic Cup
Good(3) Dec 29. Wide alley is a concern. This looks
too hard.
8. WHAKATANE (R J Knight) 8g By Thorn Park Zambria (NZ) (37:2-6-6): Resumed with 3½ len 5th
of 6 (6) $31.00 54.0 Rosendahl Red 1640m Toowoomba Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 8. Tried hard when
½ len 2nd of 3 (2) $4.40 55.5 Mishani Istana 2000m
Quirindi 3yo+ (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 26. Prominent
and showed plenty of fight at Quirindi last time
out. Gets in light. Fitter for recent racing. Can play
a key role.
9. SEALUM (Nick Mitchell) 6g By Stratum - Firm
Seal (16:2-1-2): Inquiry into performance when 6¼
len 5th of 8 (6) $19.00 54.0 Mishani Istana 1600m
Quirindi Hcp (C3) Good(4) Nov 25. Settled handy
when sht nk, sht hd 3rd of 12 (8) $7.00 57.0 Diamond
Deluxe, Miss Hanson 2100m Tuncurry 3yo+ (Bm50)
Good(4) Dec 10. Freshened. Kept on determinedly
to fill the minors at Tuncurry at latest. Drawn to effect. Worth including.
10. EXOTIC ART (Ms L Selby) 7m By Excellent Art
(GB) - Eight Lives (46:7-3-3): Settled midfield when
5¾ len 11th of 12 (10) $101.00 54.0 Baroque Girl
1900m Armidale Open Hcp Good(4) Dec 18. Fought
hard but no match 4½ len 2nd of 6 (1) $3.70 56.0
Jayzou 2200m Bowraville 3yo+ (Bm50) Good(4)
Dec 26. Up in class. Expect long odds.
11. SEIZE THEM ALL (P H Bloomfield) 6g By King Of
Prussia - Barravore Miss (22:1-3-1): Ran home solidly
for 3¼ len 2nd of 12 (1) $31.00 59.0 Captain’s Legend
2210m Dubbo 3yo+ Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 10. Took
up a midfield position when 5¼ len 5th of 11 (4)
$41.00 59.0 Britannicus 2200m Scone 3yo+ Plate
(C1) Good(3) Dec 29. Average effort this grade at
Scone last outing. Has come up with a horror draw.
Place makes best appeal.
12. STIRLING SHADOW (Sally Torrens) 7g By Dane
Shadow - Xaarbarella (62:5-5-6): Overraced early
stages when 3¼ len 4th of 9 (6) $26.00 52.0 Uncle
Sugar 1600m Gunnedah (Bm66) Good(3) Dec 8. No
match for winner but still managed ½ len, 1¾ len
last of 3 (1) $2.30 52.0 Mishani Istana, Whakatane
2000m Quirindi 3yo+ (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 26.
Close-up and whacked away to place at Quirindi last
time out. Could sneak a place at odds.
13. TIGER’S STORY (Jason Waters) 8g By Where’s
That Tiger (US) - Gold Babu (63:6-7-3): Found rivals
too strong 4½ len 9th of 12 (9) $31.00 55.5 Diamond
Deluxe 2100m Tuncurry 3yo+ (Bm50) Good(4) Dec
10. Reasonable effort ¾ len 5th of 7 (6) $3.00 65.0
Born To Power 1600m Gosford 3yo+ Hcp Soft(5)
Dec 15. Veteran galloper. Just behind the placegetters at Gosford at latest. Rough chance for minors.
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774s I AM ZAIN Ⓑ 4
4s2 SCHNAPPS Ⓑ b 6
254s MATOWI 7
6 EXOPLANET Ⓑ 8
s668 KASHIWA 9
s325 PLENTY Ⓑ b 2
7422 SPIRITOSA 5
77 PRINCESS SIRI Ⓑ 3
C Reith
T Berry
K Mc Evoy
J Bowman
J Ford
B Avdulla
J Mc Donald
T Marquand
Ms R King
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965s MALEKO Ⓑ 10
22s2 PINDUS Ⓑ b 7
222s RANCHO NOTORIOUS Ⓑ b 1
8 SON OF ELLA Ⓑ 9
VEGADAZE 4
YOU’RE NEXT Ⓑ 5
4s LASHES Ⓑ b 2
2s4 MOLLY MALONE Ⓑ 3
7s SINGLE SAPPHIRE Ⓑ 8
T Berry
J Ford
J Mc Donald
J Bowman
R Hutchings
C Reith
J Innes Jnr
J Collett
K Mc Evoy
B Avdulla
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ASIAGO Ⓑ 7
J Mc Donald
AVON RIVER Ⓑ 11
B Avdulla
CINNAMON CLOUD 9
J Innes Jnr
DEEPWATER Ⓑ 2
G Schofield
GLAMOUR FOX Ⓑ 15
J Collett
5 ISLANDS Ⓑ 12
C Reith
MISS GENEVA 4
J Ford
MISS MONTE 13
T Marquand
MY FIRE PHOENIX 5
T Berry
PRETTY BRAZEN 6
SCRATCHED
WANDONNA Ⓑ 14
Emergencies
3 MIRACULOUS Ⓑ 16
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5 HOWRA Ⓑ 3
4 JUST JESSIE Ⓑ 8
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555s RAIDEN d 1
1122 ALL TOO ROYAL 3
20s1 FOX SWIFT dw 9
066s OUR MANTRA 8
0s25 STAR CROSSED cdwb 2
2066 SEDITION dw 6
9s51 WANDER cdwn 7
6123 ANNA’S JOY d 5
s24s MARMARIS Ⓑ tbn 4
RACE 6
8.45
B Avdulla
J Mc Donald
R Dolan (a3)
J Collett
T Berry
SCRATCHED
S R Weatherley (a2)
B Spriggs
J Bowman
(1900m)
1. BEIJING BOARD (Richard Litt) 6g By Dubawi (IR)
- Board Meeting (IR) (24:5-2-0): Inquiry into performance, over-raced early stages when 12¼ len last of
9 (1) $17.00 54.5 Naval Warfare 2110m W Farm 3yo+
(Bm88) Heavy(8) Dec 22. Needs to improve sharply.
Unlikely to trouble these.
2. MISSYBEEL (Bjorn Baker) 4m By Savabeel - Sitting Pretty (NZ) (16:4-2-2): Took up the running when
3¼ len win of 8 (8) $6.50 58.5 Kilmacurragh, Laguna Mountains 1800m Randwick-Kensington 3yo+
(Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 21. Useful galloper. Commanding
all-the-way winner this level at Randwick-Kensington
last outing. Looks one of the main chances.
3. HAND IT IN: SCRATCHED
4. ALLCASH (C J Waller) 8g By Danehill Dancer (IR) Mowaadah (IR) (44:3-7-6): First-up finished 5½ len 4th
of 8 (1) $9.50 59.5 Missybeel 1800m Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 21. Just battled home
in same class at Randwick-Kensington first-up. Fitter.
Has raced well this track previously. Place appeal only.
5. SAVVY KEN (Clare Cunningham) 4g By Savabeel
- Prickle (NZ) (10:2-3-2): Laid out in straight, swab
taken by order of stewards when 1¼ len win of 10
(9) $1.65F 59.0 The Promise, Watch The Cat 1800m
Hawkesbury Hcp (C2) Good(3) Dec 9. Since recorded 4 len, nk 3rd Arbeitsam, Wide Spread Panic
1200m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27. Freshened. Determined effort from handy position to win
at short odds at Hawkesbury at latest. Can figure.
6. DYLAN’S ROMANCE (M C Conners) 6g By Dylan
Thomas (IR) - Racing Romance (41:7-7-3): Posted 1½
len win of 12 (6) $16.00 56.5 Tunero, High Power
1900m C’bury 3yo+ (Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec 14. Overall record fair. Dominant on-pace winner in the wet
in same company here last start. Loves this track/
distance. Decent alley. Can play a role.
7. KUIPER BELT (John Thompson) 5g By Dansili
(GB) - Lindelaan (US) (10:2-2-0): Didn’t offer much
when 9¾ len last of 8 (5) $9.00 66.0 Zeppelin
1560m Bong Bong Cup Good(3) Nov 23. Freshened.
Wide alley is a concern. This looks too hard.
8. SAN FRANCISCO (P M Perry) 4g By Ilovethiscity
- Medusa (21:3-2-3): Wide throughout, minor Injury
when 26¾ len last of 12 (10) $16.00 59.0 Dylan’s
Romance 1900m C’bury 3yo+ (Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec
14. Ordinary in the wet this grade here last outing.
Expect long odds.
9. HAMMOND LANE (J N Englebrecht) 7g By
Dreamscape - Mandra (45:7-7-8): Kept fighting
when 1¼ len 2nd of 8 (3) $6.00 58.5 Wild About Her
1890m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 26. Solid
on-pace performance at Newcastle last time out.
Outside chance for multiples.
10. JOE’S JOY (Richard Litt) 5m By Song Of Tara (IR)
- What A Giggle (15:2-2-1): Took up a handy position
in first-up ¾ len 5th of 12 (5) $12.00 54.0 Fuel 1550m
C’bury 5yo+ (Bm76) Soft(7) Dec 14. Gave a good
sight here first-up. Gets in light and will only be fitter. Not the roughest.
11. ROMANCE CAN COSTA (Aaron Clarke) 5m
By Von Costa De Hero - Romantic (22:6-0-1): Kept
trying 1¾ len 6th of 11 (10) $26.00 54.0 Triple Hero
1600m Goulburn Fred Cooper Cup Good(4) Dec 20.
Has come up with a horror draw. Others better.
12. SAINT KATARINA (C J Waller) 4m By Snitzel St. Katherine (12:2-1-3): Failed to fire 6¼ len 5th of 8
(6) $2.90F 56.0 Missybeel 1800m Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 21. Coming off a
modest run this level as fav at Randwick-Kensington
last start. Worth annother look on firmer track.
5411 DAWN RAID 8
273s WU GOK cwb 7
8472 CHALMERS w 3
57s8 BON EQUUS w 6
0s14 CELTIC LOVE w 10
2119 C’EST DAVINCHI cn 9
s046 SNITZEL DAY 5
4156 WEEKEND AFFAIR cwn 1
9434 PLAYARD 2
7647 PIANISSIMO cw 4
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s999 BEIJING BOARD cwn 8 S R Weatherley (a1.5) 63.5
1731 MISSYBEEL w 11
A Hyeronimus
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7s03 HAND IT IN w 2
SCRATCHED
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31s4 ALLCASH tcw 9
J Bowman
59.5
0s21 SAVVY KEN 5
J Collett
59.5
8381 DYLAN’S ROMANCE Ⓑ cwn 1 J Van Overmeire (a2) 59
2s08 KUIPER BELT w 12
Ms R King
58
s630 SAN FRANCISCO d 4
T Marquand
58
0792 HAMMOND LANE twn 3 Ms J Duggan (a2) 57.5
64s5 JOE’S JOY cw 6
R Dolan (a3)
57
s796 ROMANCE CAN COSTA cdw 14 B Ryan (a3)
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3155 SAINT KATARINA b 10 B Avdulla
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Emergencies
13 4475 DESTINY’S HERO 7
Ms K O’Hara
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14 s874 LE CAVALIER tdwn 13
Ms J Taylor
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0s37 HANDFAST dw 3
41D1 ELECTRIC CHARLIE w 9
8042 THE PHAROAH c 1
508s JERICHO 6
5056 VIRGILIO tn 11
s503 SUGAR BAY LEONARD tw 7
41s4 CASH CRISIS w 8
20s5 CASCATA ROSSA w 4
0475 NO INTEREST cw 2
656s SEPOY ACHEVA 10
3225 RADICAL IMPACT dw 5
S R Weatherley (a1.5) 61.5
T Berry
60
J Ford
59
J Mc Donald
58.5
J Bowman
58.5
B Ryan (a3)
58
A Hyeronimus
57.5
Ms J Duggan (a2) 56.5
Ms J Taylor
54
J Collett
54
R Dolan (a3)
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15s6 ALASSIO dw 1
4548 AND SO IT GOES w 2
6123 ANNA’S JOY d 7
45s4 SWEET SURPRISE dw 10
31s1 SYLVIA’S MOTHER Ⓑ dw 3
8s24 MUSICAL GENIUS w 6
362s LADY I AM 4
5s11 TRANSMITTER Ⓑ w 5
468s LE DEJEUNER w 9
1941 SHE CLANGS 11
945s MISSILE MISS w 8
13. DESTINY’S HERO (J C Coyle) 4g By Helmet Belle Of New York (NZ) (15:2-1-0): Kept grinding 3½
len 5th of 8 (8) $4.60 60.5 Wild About Her 1890m
Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 26. Battled on fairly
at Newcastle last outing. Only a place chance.
14. LE CAVALIER (N F Gardner) 8g By Bianconi (US)
- La Ventana (66:7-14-11): Beaten but not disgraced
when 1½ len 4th of 11 (9) $17.00 56.5 Triple Hero
1600m Goulburn Fred Cooper Cup Good(4) Dec 20.
Veteran galloper. Drawn poorly. Faces a task.
RACE 7
B Owen (a3)
62
S R Weatherley (a1.5) 61.5
J Mc Donald
60.5
J Collett
59
Ms R King
58.5
B Avdulla
58
J Bowman
57.5
Ms J Taylor
57.5
J Van Overmeire (a2) 56.5
R Dolan (a3)
54.5
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1. HANDFAST (Richard Litt) 6g By Street Cry (IR) Lobola (30:3-3-4): Found rivals too strong 4½ len
7th of 9 (9) $13.00 59.5 Tell Me 1150m RandwickKensington 3yo+ (Bm76) Soft(5) Dec 21. Went to line
only fairly in same class at Randwick-Kensington at
latest. Fitter third-up. Good gate. Right in this.
2. ELECTRIC CHARLIE (J E & C Ledger) 5g By Myboycharlie (IR) - Miscount (26:6-3-2): Came from second
half of field for ½ hd win of 8 (5) $3.20F 59.5 What A
Hoot, O’Lonhro Bay 1200m Seymour (Bm70) Good(4)
Dec 20. Honest customer. Charged late to get up in final bounds at Seymour last start. Can’t be taken lightly.
3. THE PHAROAH (Richard Litt) 5g By Snitzel - Win
Here Win There (19:2-5-1): Battled away gamely len
2nd of 9 (6) $8.00 60.5 Pembroke Castle 1250m C’bury
3yo+ (Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec 14. On pace and boxed on
to fill the minors here last outing. Expect will be prominent from the decent draw. Rates highly.
4. JERICHO (P & P Snowden) 5g By Smart Missile
- Advance To Go (7:1-1-0): Poor post-race recovery
when 3½ len last of 8 (3) $7.00 57.0 Piracy 1300m
R’hill 3yo+ (Bm78) Soft(7) Sept 26. Fitter for 7¼ len
7th The Drake 803m W Farm barrier trial Good(4)
Dec 11. Resuming. Worth some thought.
5. VIRGILIO (K J Parker) 5g By Snippetson - Witches
Hat (29:4-3-3): Safely held in 4¼ len 6th of 9 (8)
$21.00 58.5 Tell Me 1150m Randwick-Kensington
3yo+ (Bm76) Soft(5) Dec 21. Average effort in same
company at Randwick-Kensington last time out.
Badly drawn. Place makes best appeal.
6. SUGAR BAY LEONARD (G Lukss) 6g By Encosta
De Lago - Sugar Bay (CA) (17:4-1-3): Gave good account when len, lg hd 3rd of 9 (4) $21.00 57.0
Wander, Time Out Of Mind 1100m C’bury 3yo+ E&G
(Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec 14. No match for winner but
kept on for the minor spoils here at latest. Races well
on this track. Each-way chance.
7. CASH CRISIS (C D Widdison) 5g By Master Of Design - Out Of Credit (18:5-4-1): Settled midfield when
first-up 2½ len 4th of 12 (2) $9.50 54.0 Samadoubt
1100m C’bury 5yo+ (Bm76) Good(4) Nov 30. Freshened. Far from disgraced here first-up. Keep safe.
8. CASCATA ROSSA (Adam Duggan) 6g By Testa Rossa
- Backatem (US) (23:3-7-2): On return from break finished
2 len 5th of 9 (3) $21.00 56.5 Wander 1100m C’bury 3yo+
E&G (Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec 14. Gave good account here
first-up. Strips fitter. Could sneak a place at odds.
9. NO INTEREST (J C Coyle) 6m By Ad Valorem
(US) - Summer Touch (40:5-7-4): Overraced middle
stages when 2¾ len 5th of 10 (1) $19.00 59.0 On The
Top 1400m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 26. Going up in grade. Not fancied.
10. SEPOY ACHEVA (C J Waller) 5m By Sepoy - Antonicheva (IR) (20:1-4-5): Inquiry into performance,
blocked for a run near 600m, vetted - no abnormalities when 4¼ len 6th of 8 (7) $4.20 54.5 Falcon Island
1550m C’bury 3yo+ (Bm74) Good(3) Aug 15. Strips
fitter for 2¼ len, ½ len 3rd The Drake, Military Academy 807m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27. First-up.
Awkwardly drawn but a rough chance for minors fresh.
J Mc Donald
62.5
S R Weatherley (a1.5) 62
SCRATCHED
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B Ryan (a3)
60.5
T Berry
59.5
R Dolan (a3)
59
K Mc Evoy
58
J Bowman
57.5
SCRATCHED
55.5
SCRATCHED
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11. RADICAL IMPACT (Nick Mitchell) 9g By Snitzel - Made Of Diamonds (75:8-11-14): Jumped awkwardly, wide throughout when 2¼ len 5th of 10 (5)
$4.60 55.0 Fratellino 1200m Newcastle (Bm64)
Good(4) Nov 18. Back from a let-up. Fair effort
without threatening at Newcastle last outing. Place
appeal only.
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1. ALASSIO (G Waterhouse & A Bott) 5m By Foxwedge - Cinque (5:3-0-0): Resumed with 3 len 6th of
12 (12) $8.50 53.5 Star Reflection 1200m R’wick 3yo+
F&M (Bm88) Soft(6) Dec 15. Ran home respectably
at Randwick first-up. Down in class. Fitter. Proven
performer over this trip. Must be considered.
2. AND SO IT GOES (G K White) 5m By Snitzel Peace Academy (11:4-0-2): Vetted - no abnormalities when 5¼ len 8th of 12 (1) $8.00 60.5 Fox Swift
1100m Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ (Bm70) Soft(6)
Oct 17. Returning from let-up. Just battled home
this grade at Randwick-Kensington last time out.
Outside chance for multiples.
3. ANNA’S JOY: SCRATCHED
4. SWEET SURPRISE (G M Brown) 6m By Zizou Downsize (NZ) (33:7-3-2): Handily placed when 1½
len 4th of 8 (5) $21.00 62.0 Transmitter 1000m Gosford (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 6. Kept ticking over with
2¼ len 5th Flow 900m C’bury barrier trial Heavy(8)
Dec 20. Freshened. Just behind the placegetters at
Gosford first-up. Usually prominent. Can figure.
5. SYLVIA’S MOTHER (M, W & J Hawkes) 3f By Snitzel - Found The One (3:2-0-1): Ridden on the speed
4 len win of 10 (5) $1.80F 55.5 The Patrician, Anne’s
Gift 1100m Hawkesbury Hcp (C2) Soft(5) Dec 16.
Heavily supported when she reeled them in easily
to salute at Hawkesbury first-up. Will only be fitter
and favourably drawn. One of the major players.
6. MUSICAL GENIUS (Patrick Webster) 4m By
Swiss Ace - Symphony (7:2-1-1): Fair effort in 1¾
len 4th of 9 (6) $8.00 56.5 Miss Celebration 1100m
R’wick 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 26. Gave a
good sight at Randwick last start. Getting fitter. On
pacer. Worth including.
7. LADY I AM (P & P Snowden) 4m By I Am Invincible - Lady Charlotte (14:3-4-1): Checked at start
when 2½ len 2nd of 10 (3) $4.80 57.0 Savvan 1300m
Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ F&M (Bm72) Good(4)
Sept 5. Had the benefit of 2 len, 4¼ len 3rd Invincible Star, Marsupial 807m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5)
Dec 27. Resuming. Solid performer drawn favourably. Major player.
8. TRANSMITTER (James Cummings) 3f By Medaglia D’Oro (US) - Radar (4:2-0-0): Took up a handy
position in ½ len win of 8 (1) $3.00 56.0 Gunnaza,
Four More Millers 1000m Gosford (Bm64) Good(4)
Dec 6. Kept up to the mark with 5¼ len 7th Royal
Witness 807m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27.
Freshened. Quickened smartly to score at Gosford
last outing. Rates highly.
9. LE DEJEUNER: SCRATCHED
10. SHE CLANGS: SCRATCHED
11. MISSILE MISS (Ms W Ings) 5m By Smart Missile
- Leonina (11:1-1-1): Shifted out in straight when 1¾
len last of 5 (2) $14.00 54.0 Falster 1200m Kembla
Grange (Bm66) Good(3) Aug 4. First-up. Rises in
class and others with greater appeal.
• ON SKY RACING 1 & SKY THOROUGHBRED CENTRAL
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 7 & 9
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 2, 3, 4, 5
QUADDIE RACES 6, 7, 8, 9
BIG6 RACES 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: True
RACE 1
Events By ATC Handicap
1150m 12.40
$125,000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500. 2yo. Apprentices can claim.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13 HIGHTAIL wh 3
JAHBATH h 4
PERALTA Ⓑ 9
TWENTYFOUR CARAT Ⓑ h 10
VICI Ⓑ h 5
43 NAMIMO Ⓑ h 11
ASIAGO Ⓑ 8
AVON RIVER Ⓑ 1
MY FIRE PHOENIX h 7
5 ISLANDS Ⓑ 6
4 UNDERWOOD Ⓑ 2
J Bowman
T Marquand
J Collett
T Berry
J Mc Donald
SCRATCHED
G Schofield
B Avdulla
J Ford
C Brown
A Hyeronimus
58
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56
54.5
54.5
54.5
54
54
$5.00
4.80
51.00
12.00
16.00
—
12.00
*3.70
6.00
16.00
9.50
RACE 2 Autumn Carnival On Sale 1150m 1.20 EQ1
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
632s MALAISE w 4
3s31 EASY EDDIE tw 6
869s BOLERO KING wn 8
24s0 SUSPENSE whn 2
2517 MAPMAKER wb 3
18s7 INTUITION 1
1122 ALL TOO ROYAL 5
9s09 EVER SO NATURAL t 7
J Van Overmeire (a2)
R Dolan (a3)
T Berry
B Avdulla
A Hyeronimus
J Bowman
C Brown
B Ryan (a3)
RACE 3 TAB Highway Hcp
62.5
61
58.5
58.5
56.5
56
53
53
8.00
*2.15
11.00
26.00
8.00
6.00
4.60
51.00
1300m 1.55 EQ2
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5
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7
8
9
10
11
12
3s22 LA SCOPA w 8
B Avdulla
2151 ELEGANT ELLEN dw 2
R Dolan (a3)
4801 ROY’S COMMAND w 13 T Berry
2025 THE GRANDSON dw 1
B Griffiths (a3)
s133 IBINI w 6
A Hyeronimus
626s DUTCHESSE MOSHE db 3 T Marquand
6153 REWARD THE CHASER w 14 J Ford
1941 SHE CLANGS d 5
Ms R King
5481 TE ATA d 7
J Collett
s381 IRISH LUCY w 11
B Ryan (a3)
1021 LOPE DE MANGO dw 12 C Brown
4224 ZARDORO b 4
Emergencies
13 1654 CARRUTHERS Ⓑ dw 15 Ms J Taylor
14 6s62 ZUZZUDIO dw 10
15 3805 GRONKY 9
RACE 4 2019 Membership
59
56.5
56
56
55.5
55.5
54.5
54
53.5
53
53
53
*2.80
6.00
16.00
51.00
6.00
8.00
16.00
51.00
8.00
16.00
26.00
11.00
54.5 12.00
53 26.00
53 101.00
1300m 2.30 EQ3
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9
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12
4318 PEMBROKE CASTLE Ⓑ wn 9 J Ford
4150 BOTTI w 6
J Mc Donald
s211 SWELT Ⓑ 1
C Brown
1133 ABOVE AND BEYOND Ⓑ 11 J Collett
4539 SILENT EXPLORER Ⓑ w 5 B Avdulla
231 A MILLION DREAMS tw 2 S R Weatherley (a1.5)
J Bowman
27s1 LJUNGBERG Ⓑ whn 7
412 BATTLE CRY Ⓑ h 14
T Marquand
1s44 SURE KNEE Ⓑ d 8
G Schofield
1 NINDAMOS Ⓑ 12
A Hyeronimus
2s21 SHERIFF Ⓑ 10
B Ryan (a3)
s711 MIMIC Ⓑ d 3
R Dolan (a3)
Emergencies
13
1 COURU Ⓑ dh 4
Ms R King
14 1112 THE ART OF THE BAR Ⓑ wbh 13
58.5
57
57
56.5
56.5
56
56
55.5
55
54.5
54
53
11.00
12.00
16.00
11.00
14.00
11.00
5.50
26.00
4.80
5.50
8.50
16.00
53
60
26.00
*4.00
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RACE 7
4.20
(1550m)
1. SPECTROSCOPE (James Cummings) 6g By
Medaglia D’Oro (US) - Diamondrella (GB) (24:4-2-7):
Attacked the line lg nk 2nd of 10 (7) $5.50F 59.0 Sir
Bacchus 1400m W Farm 3yo+ Hcp Heavy(8) Dec 22.
Useful galloper. Let down strongly from back half to
place at Warwick Farm last start. Drawn to effect.
Strong claims.
2. INVINZABEEL (Mark Newnham) 7g By I Am
Invincible - Belle Mia (NZ) (45:7-6-6): Positioned
midfield when 2¼ len 4th of 10 (6) $8.50 58.5 Sir
Bacchus 1400m W Farm 3yo+ Hcp Heavy(8) Dec
22. Fair effort without threatening in the wet at
Warwick Farm first-up. Strips trimmer and goes well
second-up. Worth some thought.
3. EMPEROR’S WAY (P & P Snowden) 5g By Roman Emperor (NZ) - Laylia (20:6-4-4): Checked near
200m when 9½ len 14th of 16 (2) $31.00 55.0 Avilius
2000m R’wick G3 Kingston Town Good(4) Sept 15.
Fitter for ¾ len 2nd Fierce Impact 1200m R’wick barrier trial Soft(6) Dec 17. First-up. Down in class and a
rough chance for minors.
4. SIR BACCHUS (C J Waller) 6g By Sebring - Bacchanal Woman (30:8-2-1): Slowly away when lg nk
win of 10 (5) $6.50 54.5 Spectroscope, Conarchie
1400m W Farm 3yo+ Hcp Heavy(8) Dec 22. Overall
record fair. Ridden patiently and let down smartly to
salute at Warwick Farm last outing. Worth including.
5. SIR PLUSH (Bjorn Baker) 6g By Pins - Luxurious Lady (US) (34:7-6-3): Beaten but not disgraced
when ¾ len 4th of 9 (7) $21.00 58.0 Tip Top 1600m
R’wick 3yo+ (Bm94) Good(3) Dec 29. Gave a good
sight at Randwick last time out. Drawn well. Can
figure.
6. MORE ENERGY (J C Coyle) 8g By Fastnet Rock
- Perfect Promise (SA) (41:6-4-4): First-up finished
8½ len last of 10 (1) $101.00 54.5 Sir Bacchus 1400m
W Farm 3yo+ Hcp Heavy(8) Dec 22. Was safely held
at Warwick Farm in the wet first-up. Expect long
odds.
7. SAYED (Matthew Dale) 6g By Stormy Atlantic
(US) - Saliyna (FR) (25:5-4-3): On return from break
finished 6 len 9th of 10 (3) $51.00 54.0 Sir Bacchus
1400m W Farm 3yo+ Hcp Heavy(8) Dec 22. Coming
off a modest run in the wet at Warwick Farm first-up.
Badly drawn. Others better.
8. NEW UNIVERSE (C J Waller) 5g By Darci Brahma
(NZ) - Shalaka (26:5-2-5): Slowly away when 3¾ len
4th of 6 (3) $11.00 58.0 Redouble 1400m R’wick
3yo+ (Bm88) Good(3) Dec 29. Ran home respectably at Randwick at latest. Has a light weight. Not
the roughest.
9. GRESHAM (C J Waller) 4g By Sebring - Peach
Tree (19:3-6-5): Made up late ground for nose, ½
len 3rd of 9 (8) $4.00 53.5 Tip Top, Berdibek 1600m
R’wick 3yo+ (Bm94) Good(3) Dec 29. Ready to win.
Found line well to place at Randwick last start. Gets
in light and has a lovely draw. Rates highly.
RACE 5 tab.com.au
5.40
1300m 3.05 EQ4
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2s45 SWEET SCANDAL dw 10
25s9 CHARLAYNE wn 5
950s HARMATTAN wn 6
0591 GONGS Ⓑ dw 2
1112 THE ART OF THE BAR Ⓑ wbh 3
4340 KAWAIKINI w 7
1231 SPANISH DREAM 8
s381 CONNEMARA 1
s4s4 WITCHES 4
3s14 OAKFIELD MISSILE w 9
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
J Bowman
B Avdulla
J Mc Donald
C Brown
Ms J Taylor
T Berry
G Schofield
A Hyeronimus
J Collett
60
6.50
58.5 9.00
58.5 17.00
57.5 5.00
57
*2.70
57
17.00
57
9.50
56.5 7.00
56.5 26.00
56 101.00
RACE 6 The Aviary @ Randwick 1300m 3.40 Q1
$125,000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500.
3yo & up C,H&Gs Benchmark 78. Apprentices can claim.
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4
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7
8
9
10
0442 ASTORIA w 1
0s15 SAMADOUBT wn 6
0s37 HANDFAST w 9
3514 REGENT wb 5
s211 POETIC CHARMER hn 7
s1s8 SILENT GENERAL dw 10
5522 LET’S PARTY MARTY h 8
0s12 ZIDANE dn 4
1853 SKYRAY Ⓑ 2
0237 JUST LIKE STRATUM w 3
RACE 7 Kensington Hcp
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
J Van Overmeire (a2)
SCRATCHED
J Bowman
T Berry
C Brown
J Mc Donald
B Ryan (a3)
B Avdulla
Ms R Freeman-Key
61
4.80
60.5 8.50
58.5
—
57.5 5.00
57 *4.20
57 26.00
56.5 4.80
56.5 12.00
56
6.50
53 126.00
1550m 4.20 DD1 Q2
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9
10
3942 SPECTROSCOPE wb 4
57s4 INVINZABEEL w 9
290s EMPEROR’S WAY h 5
s391 SIR BACCHUS wn 8
3874 SIR PLUSH w 2
09s0 MORE ENERGY w 6
99s9 SAYED w 10
5544 NEW UNIVERSE w 7
s433 GRESHAM dw 3
s006 THE GETAWAY 1
RACE 8 Summer Racing
J Mc Donald
T Marquand
C Brown
T Berry
G Schofield
J Collett
Ms R King
J Ford
R Dolan (a3)
Ms J Taylor
60
5.00
59
7.00
58 18.00
57.5 5.00
55.5 6.50
54.5 126.00
54.5 61.00
53
9.50
53 *2.50
53 126.00
1000m 5.00 Q3
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56s0 TESSERA w 9
116s INVINCIBLE QUEST dn 5
2972 REVENIRE dw 1
4311 HEART CONQUERED dw 7
115s DARKTOWN STRUTTER d 8
555s RAIDEN d 3
49s4 DIFFICULT TO GET dw 2
232s REBEL MISS d 4
497s WANNA GET A WHAT dwb 10
6123 ANNA’S JOY d 12
s1s1 SEI STELLA dw 6
468s LE DEJEUNER dw 11
R Dolan (a3)
T Marquand
G Schofield
T Berry
J Bowman
B Avdulla
C Brown
J Mc Donald
J Collett
SCRATCHED
J Ford
B Ryan (a3)
61 26.00
59.5 16.00
59.5 6.00
58 *2.90
57
11.00
57 16.00
56.5 12.00
56.5 8.50
55 26.00
54
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54
4.00
53 101.00
RACE 9 Australian Turf Club 1550m 5.40 DD2 Q4
$125,000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500. 3yo & up Benchmark 78.
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99s0 COONAWARRA dwh 7
A Hyeronimus
219s PLYMOUTH ROAD w 4 Ms R King
130s SEGENHOE 11
J Van Overmeire (a2)
s271 NICCI’S GOLD w 9
J Collett
94s9 OUR GRAVANO w 3
B Avdulla
5411 DAWN RAID h 6
SCRATCHED
0s90 OUR BELISA wh 13
T Marquand
6s63 INTUERI d 10
T Berry
s997 SPARKY LAD 12
J Mc Donald
3012 TAHSIN 14
R Dolan (a3)
2822 SUPER STAR BOB 5
J Bowman
3035 MERCURIAL LAD w 15
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
1s23 TOROSO wh 1
C Brown
4156 WEEKEND AFFAIR dwn 8 Ms J Taylor
Emergency
15 39s1 ANIMALIA w 2
10. THE GETAWAY (P M Perry) 5g By Zoffany (IR)
- Centaure (NZ) (37:4-3-5): Didn’t offer much when
5¾ len 6th of 9 (4) $51.00 57.0 Naval Warfare 2110m
W Farm 3yo+ (Bm88) Heavy(8) Dec 22. Went to line
only fairly in the wet at Warwick Farm last outing.
Faces a task.
RACE 9
TAB CODE: SR
(1550m)
1. COONAWARRA (G Waterhouse & A Bott) 5g By
Snitzel - Roses ‘n’ Wine (CA) (18:5-1-2): Vetted - no
abnormalities when 18 len last of 11 (5) $91.00 56.0
Easy Eddie 1200m W Farm 3yo+ (Bm88) Soft(7) Dec
22. Showed pace but gave in easily at Warwick Farm
first-up. Hard to recommend.
2. PLYMOUTH ROAD (Matthew Smith) 6g By
Tavistock (NZ) - Dastaria (NZ) (27:5-3-4): Inquiry
into performance, vetted - no abnormalities, ordered to trial when 31¾ len last of 9 (3) $4.60 59.0
Ombudsman 2400m R’wick 3yo+ (Bm80) Soft(7)
July 7. Primed for return with 8¼ len 8th Arbeitsam
1200m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27. Resuming. Wasn’t far away in BM75 company at Rosehill
first-up last campaign. Good gate. Watch betting.
3. SEGENHOE (Clare Cunningham) 7g By Ekraar
(US) - Drumline (NZ) (32:6-3-1): Settled handy when
10½ len 12th of 13 (6) $41.00 54.0 Carzoff 2300m
Newcastle G3 Newcastle Cup Good(4) Sept 14. Fitter for 1½ len 4th Fierce Impact 1200m R’wick barrier trial Soft(6) Dec 17. First-up. Drops in grade for
return but place makes best appeal.
4. NICCI’S GOLD (G Portelli) 4m By Nicconi - Gold
Licence (21:5-3-1): Came from last to score 2 len
win of 9 (7) $10.00 58.5 The Art Of The Bar, Sweet
Victory 1400m W Farm 3yo+ F&M (Bm78) Heavy(8)
Dec 22. Handy galloper who produced a devastating
change of gears to score at Warwick Farm last start.
Among the main chances.
5. OUR GRAVANO (K A Lees) 6g By Roc De Cambes
(NZ) - Sunshine Park (NZ) (29:5-1-2): Balanced up
midfield when first-up 5¼ len 9th of 13 (8) $12.00
59.5 Tahsin 1600m Mudgee Open Hcp Good(3) Dec
7. Freshened. Just battled home at Mudgee first-up.
Prefer others.
6. DAWN RAID: SCRATCHED
7. OUR BELISA (John Thompson) 5m By Lope De
Vega (IR) - Saltator (21:4-3-2): Slowly away (3L),
checked near 1000m when 17¼ len last of 14 (2)
$81.00 58.5 Penske 1400m R’wick 3yo+ (Bm78)
Soft(7) Dec 15. Ordinary in same class at Randwick
last outing. Tough alley. Doesn’t look likely.
8. INTUERI (M, W & J Hawkes) 5g By Dream Ahead
(US) - Ilhaam (19:3-5-1): Showed pace when ½ nk,
sht nk 3rd of 9 (9) $12.00 57.5 Monsieur Sisu, Astoria
1600m W Farm 3yo+ (Bm78) Heavy(8) Dec 22. Kept
on determinedly to fill the minors at Warwick Farm
last time out. Fitter third-up. Keep in mind.
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59
58.5
58.5
58
57.5
57.5
57.5
57
56.5
54.5
54.5
53.5
53
26.00
81.00
51.00
5.50
26.00
—
51.00
8.00
6.00
8.50
*4.20
14.00
11.00
16.00
11.00
9. SPARKY LAD (C J Waller) 4g By Smart Missile Lady Hepburn (NZ) (19:3-2-2): Ridden on the speed
2¼ len 7th of 9 (2) $9.00 58.0 Monsieur Sisu 1600m
W Farm 3yo+ (Bm78) Heavy(8) Dec 22. Every
chance in the wet at W Farm last outing. Back on
firmer helps and McDonald sticks. Keep safe.
10. TAHSIN (Joseph Pride) 6g By Denman - Honorjeu (NZ) (23:5-3-4): Shifted out near 200m when
1¼ len 2nd of 10 (4) $8.50 59.5 Cyber Intervention
1600m R’wick 3yo+ (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 26. No
match for winner but kept on for the minor spoils at
Randwick at latest. Nicely weighted. Can play a role.
11. SUPER STAR BOB (Matthew Dale) 5g By Mossman - Charlety Star (15:4-3-3): Hampered near
600m, lacerations when sht nk 2nd of 14 (10) $15.00
55.5 Penske 1400m R’wick 3yo+ (Bm78) Soft(7) Dec
15. Right in the thick of it at Randwick last start. Can’t
be taken lightly.
12. MERCURIAL LAD (B Joseph & P & M Jones) 5g
By Pendragon (NZ) - Mercury Lady (NZ) (28:6-4-5):
Wide throughout when 2¾ len 5th of 14 (14) $12.00
55.0 Penske 1400m R’wick 3yo+ (Bm78) Soft(7) Dec
15. Battled on fairly after a tough run at Randwick
last outing. Has again come up with a horror draw
but could sneak a place at odds.
13. TOROSO (P & P Snowden) 4g By Pierro - Walk
Alone (7:2-1-2): Ran home solidly for 4¾ len, 2¼ len
3rd of 9 (1) $4.60 59.5 Thy Kingdom Come, Love
Shack Baby 1400m Randwick-Kensington 3yo+
(Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 21. Primed to strike. Ran on okay
from midfield to place here last time out. Getting fitter and drawn favourably. Take beating.
14. WEEKEND AFFAIR (J C Coyle) 5g By Trusting Weekend In Paris (26:3-6-3): Blocked for a run near
200m when 4¼ len 6th of 9 (5) $14.00 59.0 Smiling
Manolito 1550m C’bury 3yo+ (Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec
14. Freshened. Coming off a modest run in the wet
in weaker grade at Canterbury at latest. Meeting
stronger company here and a win would surprise.
15. ANIMALIA (Matthew Dale) 4g By Animal Kingdom (US) - Hold To Ransom (US) (15:3-1-4): Settled
handy when first-up nose win of 10 (9) $9.00 60.0
Critical Touch, Choice Harvest 1300m Canberra
(Bm70) Soft(6) Dec 16. Good, determined win from
off the pace first-up but this is harder. Rough chance
for minors.
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.
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DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU THURSDAY JANUARY 3 2019
TE AROHA (NZ) RACES today
• ON SKY RACING 1
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 7 & 9
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
QUADDIE RACES 6, 7, 8, 9
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: True
1 3yo Maiden SW
1200m 10.32
648 TROUBLE 5
J L Waddell
57.5
SPEEDY MEADY 12
C E Lammas
57.5
6 HONOVI 6
57.5
FIRODEN 20
R Smyth
57.5
WILD LIKE 14
57.5
22L NAVAL FLEET 1
J Mc Donald 55.5
55.5
437 POWER OF STRENGTH 18 R T Elliot (a1)
s90 HATTIE BEE 3
M Cameron
55.5
635 MARKLE 10
L G Innes
55.5
BOTHERED 15
M J Mc Nab
55.5
DAWNLIGHT 13
R S Rusof
55.5
ROCK STAR ROSIE 9 T L Newman (a3) 55.5
58s SPOIL SPORT 8
S C Spratt
55.5
CLASSYAS 19
SCRATCHED
—
EMERGENCIES
15
RED MITZY 4
B R Jones
57.5
16
ANNE LANE 16
55.5
17
KINSHASA 11
55.5
18 7 SHANLANE 17
55.5
19 7 WHIMSY 2
55.5
20 8s FORREST RED 7
55.5
NAVAL FLEET 1, Rock Star Rosie 2,
Power Of Strength 3, Markle 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
2 3yo & up Maiden SW
1200m 11.07
332 MONACO 10
58.5
s48 HEAT SEEKER 19
D Prastiyou
58.5
s74 NITRO 8
58.5
37s POP ‘N’ ROCK 18
M J Mc Nab
58.5
s0s CAUGHT THE EYE 20 S T Collett
58.5
0s PRINCE SOLARI 5
58.5
s8s GALLAGHER 14
S M Mc Kay
57
CLEVERCONVERSATION 2 L H Satherley
57
37s CHOULEE 15
A C Goindasamy (a3) 56.5
3s9 SHEEZNOTEASY 16
56.5
404 BELLE SOUTH 7
M T Coleman 56.5
04s ELLE CEE 1
T L Taiaroa (a4) 56.5
8 THE FLYING MULLET 3 C E Lammas 56.5
2s MAISON ROXANNE 6 J Mc Donald
55
EMERGENCIES
15
ANOTHER CRAFTSMAN 12
58.5
16
JET SET 9
R S Rusof
58.5
17
ONLY THE BRAVE 11
57
18
KINSHASA 17
55
19 006 REGAL ASSASSIN 4
56.5
56.5
20 807 CONQUERING KELLY 13
MAISON ROXANNE 1, Monaco 2, Nitro 3,
Choulee 4.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
3 Benchmark 65
2200m 11.42
7 Benchmark 82 1600m 2.07 DD1 Q2
1 s37 BEAUMARCHAIS 4
O Bosson
59
2 7s4 VERRY FLASH 1
R L Smyth
59
3 556 MAGIC OF THE SUN 5 S C Spratt
58.5
A C Goindasamy (a3)57.5
4 131 LADYNADEL 3
5 s21 TRUE ENOUGH 7
57
6 348 ALIGNS WITH ME 9
L H Satherley 55.5
7 s62 VALANTE 2
S M Mc Kay
55.5
8 3s9 MAZZURO 8
R S Rusof
54.5
9 s10 RONDINELLA 6
R T Elliot (a1)
54
RONDINELLA 1, Verry Flash 2, Ladynadel 3,
Beaumarchais 4.
1200m 12.17
1 31s FULL OF GRACE 7
N M Abu Bakar (a4) 59
2 s30 VIRTUOSO LAD 5
R S Rusof
58.5
3 785 I AM GRACIE 4
J J Fawcett (a2) 58
4 s12 EMERALD AMOUR 11 S M Mc Kay
57.5
5 1 SATRIANI 3
M Cameron
57.5
6 7s4 BREEZON 1
L J Allpress
57.5
7 644 ESBEEDEE 6
R T Elliot (a1) 57.5
8 1 ATHENREE ANGEL 2 L G Innes
57
9 09s FULL OF TALENT 9
C Dell
57
10 s54 BELLINSKY 10
M T Coleman 56.5
11 s39 EXPEDITION 8
56
ATHENREE ANGEL 1, Satriani 2,
Emerald Amour 3, I Am Gracie 4.
5 Benchmark 72
1200m 12.52
1 6s9 ISLAND BAY 4
R T Elliot (a1)
59
2 70s ARDROSSAN 7
J L Waddell
59
3 006 DANGER DEE 3
S M Mc Kay
59
4 3s5 THE CHASER 6
J Bayliss
58.5
5 417 PINK GRAFFITI 9
L G Innes
57.5
6 225 BEYOND DISPUTE 5 M Cameron
57.5
7 163 BRAVISSIMO 1
J J Fawcett (a2) 57
8 s70 DAMA ZORRO 2
M J Mc Nab
56.5
9 s11 ROSE BOWL 8
L J Allpress
56.5
ARDROSSAN 1, The Chaser 2, Pink Graffiti 3,
Bravissimo 4.
6 Benchmark 65 1400m 1.27
1 347 MORRIE OCK 3
S C Spratt
2 1s0 MALLORY SQUARE 1 S T Collett
3 170 ACUTUS 12
J Bayliss
4 708 ITS DESTINYS CHILD 6 D J Danis (a3)
5 423 LUCIDITY 4
J Mc Donald
6 58s SPEECHMAKER 7
7 602 ICHIBAN 5
L J Allpress
8 s39 EXPEDITION 2
9 700 PURSUED 10
B R Jones
10 089 TOKYO LIL 11
R S Rusof
11 680 GOLDCHI 9
T L Taiaroa (a4)
12 970 LOWRIDER 8
LUCIDITY 1, Mallory Square 2, Acutus 3,
Morrie Ock 4.
Q1
59
58.5
58
57.5
57.5
57.5
56.5
56
55.5
55
54
54
8 3yo & up Mdn SW 1600m 2.42
1 653 OUR CRAFTSMAN 15 M J Mc Nab
2 0s0 I’M MURPHY 9
L J Allpress
3 00 MR SCALLYWAG 14
L H Satherley
4 354 FAZIOLI 16
L G Innes
5 75 SIR AGLOVALE 7
S C Spratt
6 008 LOUIS LE GRAND 6
J Bayliss
7 2s7 SWITCH PITCHER 3
R S Rusof
8 644 DAMESEL 10
J L Waddell
9 0 FELICITY ANNE 2
J J Fawcett (a2)
10 7s6 SHE DARES 12
R T Elliot (a1)
11
TAY TAY 13
S T Collett
12 304 SCOMADI 11
13 48 WESTERN GIRL 8
M Cameron
14 996 JOJO ROXX 5
T Yanagida (a3)
EMERGENCIES
15 999 MR BAZAMOUR 4
16 90s COBBLER JIM 1
FAZIOLI 1, Sir Aglovale 2, Scomadi 3,
Western Girl 4.
2000m 11.27
1 072 ABLAZE 1
C A Campbell (a2)59.5
2 972 VANTAA 5
J R Lowry
56.5
K Chowdhoory (a3)54
3 036 KILOWATT 2
4 054 THOUGHT THAT 4
C W Johnson
54
54
5 450 YAMATO NADESHIKO 7 T Jonker (a3)
6 190 MRS GEE EYE 6
S Saejorhor (a4) 54
54
7 633 TEDDYTWINKLETOES 3 T R Moseley
ABLAZE 1, Teddytwinkletoes 2, Vantaa 3,
Thought That 4.
2 3yo & up Maiden SW
2000m 12.02
1 254 RAISE YOU FIVE 7
J R Lowry
58.5
2 337 BEAM ME UP SCOTTY 9 G A Jogoo (a1) 58.5
3 663 ROCK MASTER 13
T Jonker (a3) 58.5
4 98 DERMOT 3
58.5
R D Beeharry (a3) 58.5
5 s00 HEZA DUKE 1
6 s08 PEDRO 8
K Selvan
58.5
7 088 TACKTHEFLAG 10
T R Moseley 58.5
8 869 WENTWORTH 11
L Callaway
58.5
9 672 HARD BUT FAIR 5
C W Johnson 56.5
10 8s0 HIGHLY ROYAL 12
S Saejorhor (a4) 56.5
11 908 LUUKA 2
56.5
12 9s7 QUEEN EL JAY 6
J L Morris
56.5
C A Campbell (a2) 56.5
13 s79 TURBULENCE 4
HARD BUT FAIR 1, Raise You Five 2,
Beam Me Up Scotty 3, Rock Master 4.
3 Benchmark 65
2000m 12.37
1 061 MAC MURDOCH 12
J R Lowry
59.5
2 853 GOLDEN VALKYRIE 13 T R Moseley
57.5
3 207 LETSBRINGITON 11
G A Jogoo (a1) 57.5
57
4 093 COUP DREAMWOOD 7
5 s86 MOSSY CREEK 6
Ms C Barnes
56
6 040 RUN FORREST RUN 3 J L Morris
56
7 604 THE KRAKEN 8
R D Beeharry (a3) 56
8 037 LADY BYRON 9
C W Johnson
55
9 067 SKEEN 4
L Callaway
55
10 907 THE LIKELY LAD 2
T Jonker (a3)
55
C A Campbell (a2)54.5
11 003 VINO TINTO 1
12 595 COUNTESS RUBY 5
54
13 797 MADAM DE SOIR 10
54
COUP DREAMWOOD 1, Golden Valkyrie 2,
Mossy Creek 3, Countess Ruby 4.
REDCLIFFE
harness today
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6 ,7, 8
MOBILE: (6) STAND: (6)
*DENOTES DRIVER
CONCESSION APPLIES
1 Pace
1780m 1.15 EQ1
1 9s8 IMMYS IDOL Fr
B M Woodsford (C) $34
2 55s BOULDER CITY Fr
G Harris
2.3
3 s7 MY GIRL CHLOE Fr
M J Elkins (C) 34
4 7s9 COCOBLISS Fr
N J McMullen 41
5 192 LITTLE BOLT Fr
A D Millard
5
6 s6s LONESTAR WAY Fr
I T Coulson
41
7 664 MOLLIGUANNA Fr
D M Reinke 34
8 362 FUTURE FUN Fr
H L Barnes *2.1
9 282 LIVING FREE Fr
P J Keats
7
LITTLE BOLT 1, Boulder City 2, Future Fun 3,
Living Free 4.
2 Pace
2040m 1.50 EQ2
1 670 MYBELLA ROSE Fr
R M Gorman 8
2 078 DARTESIAN Fr
N G Parrish
21
3 585 TOTAL DELIRIUM Fr
M J Elkins (C) 6
4 438 MODERN THOUGHT Fr E G Cain
6
5 468 CAPTAIN CHARGE OVER Fr K W Durston (C) 13
6 098 SHADOW SON Fr
G P Whitaker 34
7 548 JENUFLECTION Fr
D M Belford 3.5
8 5r8 ROCKNROLL PROMISE Fr L T Cain (C) *1.8
MYBELLA ROSE 1, Jenuflection 2,
Rocknroll Promise 3, Modern Thought 4.
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
4 2yo & up Maiden SW
1100m 1.12
1 9s6 HOLD THE RADDLE 8
58.5
2 220 FINAL SAVINGS 6
C W Johnson
57
3 42 WHALE SONG 10
57
4 5 ALONZO 4
57
5 603 HIHO 1
C A Campbell (a2) 56.5
6 574 EAGER BEAVER 2
T R Moseley 56.5
7 40s NASHEETA 3
J R Lowry
56.5
8 2 SADLER’S LASS 5
Ms C Barnes
55
9 385 THE SELECTION 9
K Selvan
55
10 s95 MONTREUX MISS 7 SCRATCHED
—
11
ROSIE GLOW 11
L Callaway
55
ALONZO 1, Sadler’s Lass 2, Final Savings 3,
Whale Song 4.
5 Benchmark 65 1400m 1.47
Q1
1 333 HOOFBEAT 10
G A Jogoo (a1) 60
2 s31 PERFECTO 7
J L Morris
59
3 478 ZAKYNTHOS 2
59
4 018 LITTLE BOSSING 8
T Jonker (a3)
58
5 s04 IRISH EXPRESS 4
57.5
6 908 MARKWOOD 1
C A Campbell (a2) 57
7 s80 PLOWSHARE 6
J R Lowry
56.5
8 491 MAGIC NOTE 5
57.5
9 000 YES YOU DID 9
T R Moseley
55.5
10 7s7 MISS NORWAY 3
C W Johnson
54
HOOFBEAT 1, Zakynthos 2, Irish Express 3,
Magic Note 4.
6 Open
1400m 2.22 DD1 Q2
1 3s7 SHAARA 1
T Jonker (a3)
60
2 s11 ACCIDENTAL OFFSIDE 5 C W Johnson
58
3 462 SECRET POWER 4
J L Morris
55.5
4 0s5 NEVIS 2
54.5
5 603 PASSITO 3
Ms C Barnes
54
6 103 NOWHERE MAN 7
54
7 493 TOMM JONES 6
G A Jogoo (a1) 54
ACCIDENTAL OFFSIDE 1, Secret Power 2,
Passito 3, Tomm Jones 4.
3 Pace
1780m 2.25 EQ3
1 8s7 PAQUIN Fr
B S Millard (C) 7
2 068 IM ISABELLA Fr
R J Kajewski 41
3 906 WILD ABOUT TOWN Fr M B Kendall (C) 41
4 699 BETTERTHAN TORQUE Fr H L Barnes
15
5 167 CUTMEARINHALF Fr
SCRATCHED —
6 331 GOTOTHEMOON Fr
M J Elkins (C) *2.8
7 655 GROOVY MISS ANNIE Fr L J Weidemann 15
8 043 MAJOR TRALEE Fr
A P Richardson 4.5
9 433 MAJORESS JUJON Fr
P J Diebert 4.5
10 663 MY ULTIMATE JOE Fr N M Dawson 4.8
GOTOTHEMOON 1, Majoress Jujon 2,
My Ultimate Joe 3, Paquin 4.
4 Pace
1780m 3.03 EQ4
1 698 THE LINEMASTER Fr
L J Weidemann 15
2 876 AROONA Fr
M B Kendall (C) 15
3 397 ARCHIECANO Fr
N W Copeland 8
4 s09 DONT ARK WITH ME Fr J S Colley-Presnell (C) 34
5 238 OMINOUS FLYER Fr
D L Chalk
*2.8
6 022 SANTASTIC PRINCESS Fr A P Richardson 4
7 955 TAFFY BOY Fr
L T Cain (C)
5
8 877 LEORYAN Fr
E A C Holmes 26
9 515 EULO FLYER Fr
SCRATCHED —
10 606 SAND SAFARI Fr
T R Moffat
34
OMINOUS FLYER 1, Santastic Princess 2,
The Linemaster 3, Sand Safari 4.
5 Pace
1780m 3.40 DD1 Q1
1 808 DRUNK ARTIST Fr
W R Waltisbuhl 21
2 690 BERTILS DELIGHT Fr
J F Kerr
6
3 049 SOPHIES PRIDE Fr
E A C Holmes 26
4 397 UNASSUMING CHAMP Fr HJ B Elkins
6
5 004 CONCENTRATION Fr
G P Whitaker 6
6 042 SIR SEMPER FIDELIS Fr P Matis
9
B M Woodsford (C) *3.5
7 625 TRAIN WRECK Fr
8 523 ARTS PEREGRINE Fr
N M Dawson 4
9 809 JUSTA DALE Fr
HT J McMullen 34
10 155 WAVEDANCER Fr
H L Barnes
4
CONCENTRATION 1, Justa Dale 2,
Arts Peregrine 3, Sophies Pride 4.
Q3
58.5
58.5
58.5
57
57
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
55
55
55
58.5
58.5
9 3yo & up Mdn SW 1600m 3.17 DD2 Q4
9 MAGNIFY 5
L G Innes
58.5
68s MR WOODI 12
T I Miles (a4) 58.5
s88 ODD MAN OUT 1
58.5
274 ALADINA 15
J Mc Donald 56.5
363 EN SOIE 9
C E Lammas 56.5
A C Goindasamy (a3) 56.5
0s0 MISSTUMUT 7
04 TANTALISING 16
S T Collett
56.5
s48 SPIRITED 2
56.5
8s0 CHERRY LANE 10
R L Smyth
56.5
967 QUEEN SWEEP 8
S C Spratt
56.5
869 DANELYN 14
S M Mc Kay
55
394 GRANDE AMICI 11
B R Jones
55
9 KIWIANNA 3
M J Mc Nab
55
0 THIS IS ME 13
55
EMERGENCIES
15 999 MR BAZAMOUR 4
58.5
16 90s COBBLER JIM 6
58.5
ALADINA 1, Grande Amici 2, Danelyn 3,
Tantalising 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
OMAKAU (NZ) RACES today
1 Benchmark 82
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: YR
1 674 VENTURA 4
J L Waddell
59
2 840 GENERAL SHERMAN 5 T N Harris
59
3 400 LUCKY DREAMER 2 L H Satherley
57
4 697 IFFRAAJINATOR 6
A F Jones
57
5 718 FRIDAY WOOLFE 3
R S Rusof
56.5
6 086 EASY WALKING 7
S T Collett
56.5
7 596 SWEET TREAT 1
R T Elliot (a1) 56.5
8 005 SECRET EMBRACE 8 S C Spratt
55.5
VENTURA 1, General Sherman 2, Sweet Treat 3,
Friday Woolfe 4.
4 Benchmark 65
RACING 35
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Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: LR
• ON SKY RACING 1
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: True
7 Benchmark 65 1400m 2.57
Q3
1 s42 QASHQAI 7
C A Campbell (a2) 58.5
2 665 MAKS LEGEND 17
T R Moseley 58.5
3 002 MR INTELLIGENCE 3 J L Morris
57
4 65 LIAM 5
57
5 234 GEMSTONE JEWELS 13 T Jonker (a3) 56.5
6 672 JESSIE JANET 11
L Callaway
56.5
7 263 SUPERTRAMP 14
J R Lowry
56.5
8 27s JANDLES 1
C W Johnson 56.5
9 03 MELANITE 9
Ms C Barnes 56.5
10 004 MOWENNA 12
E A Wright (a4) 56.5
11 940 UBETIAM 16
56.5
12 80s TE QUIERA 6
G A Jogoo (a1) 56.5
EMERGENCIES
13
CITY SLICKER 2
55
14
GELIBOLU 10
58.5
15 078 RELIABLE GLOW 4
56.5
16 9s6 HOLD THE RADDLE 15
58.5
17 5 DR PEPPER 8
57
QASHQAI 1, Mowenna 2, Melanite 3,
Gemstone Jewels 4.
• ON SKY RACING 1
• Tips by Darren Clayton
TAB CODE: BH
Q2
1780m 4.49 DD2 Q3
2040m 5.22
1690m 1.38 EQ2
3yo 3C0 Only PBD Mobile Heat. $7000.
1 75
TREMBITA
C W Lang
Fr
D K McGuigan (C) Fr
2 7
HECS ELECT
3 1111s BETTERNBETTER
G R Sugars
Fr
4 7360s TITAN BROMAC
K Frenning (C) Fr
5 7s227 TIDAL SURGE
J L Duggan
Fr
6 4
KEY DEFENDER
K M Gath
Fr
7 60s54 REIGN MAKER
R W Petroff
Fr
8 68
BRONSKI ROYAL
S Lenardi
Fr
9 462s3 MESSERATI
Z M Phillips (C) Fr
BETTERNBETTER 1, Trembita 2, Tidal Surge 3, Titan Bromac 4.
RACE 3 J & A Mazzetti Hcp
11.00
34.00
*1.70
5.00
5.00
13.00
21.00
34.00
13.00
2150m 2.10 EQ3
1 39s71 ARRESTED
S G Leight
2 42517 SUPPLEMENTS
Z M Phillips (C)
3 21155 CLASSY LOLA
K M Gath
G R Sugars
4 647s0 PRETTY LITTLE LUCY (ODS)
5 11s84 IMPERIAL WHIZ
C A Alford
6 73769 STRAPS
D J Burns
HB W Chisholm
7 29462 IMAHE MAN (ODS)
8 67360 CHRISKEN KIOSK (ODS)
K R Browne
IMPERIAL WHIZ 1, Arrested 2, Classy Lola 3, Imahe Man 4.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
10
10
10
10
4.50
6.00
4.50
13.00
4.50
11.00
*4.00
11.00
RACE 4 O.K.R - 98.3 FM Pace 1690m 2.45 EQ4
4yo & up C1 Only PBD Mobile. $4500.
1 5770s SOCIAL MEDIA
J T Fearn
Fr 5.00
2 88s89 ABROAD
W Hayes
Fr 21.00
3 48474 AURORE
C N Shinn
Fr 6.00
D K McGuigan (C) Fr 9.00
4 69s10 SHOT TO STARDOM
5 65197 EXTORTION (r)
C Borg
Fr 26.00
6 4s676 MIKONEY COURAGE
HS P Barker
Fr 11.00
7 90726 THE COBBLERS PIECE
M M Burnett Fr *4.00
8 64407 PADDY MACH
HJ L Laugher Fr 8.00
9 s6467 AT WEST POINT
HR P Duffy
Fr 9.00
10 0s066 SU YOU TOO
R L Burnett
Fr 15.00
HB W Chisholm Fr 6.00
11 83724 FOREVER AND A DAY
THE COBBLERS PIECE 1, Forever And A Day 2, Aurore 3, Social Media 4.
2180m 3.20 DD1 Q1
1 44664 LADY FLORA
S R Matson
Fr 17.00
2 073s7 ARTCHIEVER CHAPEL
J Pace
Fr 17.00
3 72237 CHEEKY MAJOR
M M Burnett Fr 11.00
4 57413 ANDREW JAY
J L Laugher (C) Fr 4.20
5 63224 CANTBETOLD
R W Petroff
Fr 9.00
6 675 ELENNA
M E Higgins
Fr 34.00
7 54657 CASSIOPEIA
W Hayes
Fr 34.00
8 34515 FIRST PRIZE
K M Gath
Fr 6.50
C A Alford
Fr *2.40
9 79s33 PRINCELY REIGN
D K McGuigan (C) Fr 21.00
10 57s83 MAGHERA MAGGIE
C Gusman
Fr 13.00
11 56s71 SHESALWAYSDREAMING
12 s9779 THE CROM
J L Duggan
Fr 34.00
PRINCELY REIGN 1, Andrew Jay 2, Artchiever Chapel 3, First Prize 4.
Q4
1 633 ITS ALL GO Fr
M J Elkins (C) 5
2 445 EARL JUJON Fr
P J Diebert
6
3 622 ZALTA Fr
HJ B Elkins *3
4 225 SPONDOOLEY Fr
W T Graham 6.5
5 736 LURAH Fr
D W Graham
7
6 184 DESTINY WARRIOR Fr B W Barnes
8
7 104 FARRAHFOWLER Fr
J S Colley-Presnell (C) 26
8 815 YKIKAFIL Fr
D R March
6.5
9 131 SPRINGFIELD SPIRIT Fr HT J McMullen 5.5
10 510 BOB GAGE Fr
N J McMullen 13
EARL JUJON 1, Springfield Spirit 2, Its All Go 3,
Ykikafil 4.
1 10221 NEEDABACARDI
L Miles
2 38373 CELTIC ROSE (ODS)
A M Conroy
3 21342 YANKEE COMMANDO (ODS)
J T Fearn
4 68s45 GETTHENET
E J Tormey
5 8s335 LAW LEGEND
HD K McGuigan
6 47s58 ARMCHAIR DRIVE
N A McCallum
7 5718s LOMBO SCRUTINIZER
HJ C Brewin
8 s1262 DERRIE AIRE
C W Lang
NEEDABACARDI 1, Yankee Commando 2, Armchair Drive 3,
Derrie Aire 4.
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
4yo & up C1 Only RBD Mobile. $4500.
1 58626 NIGHT SAFARI
W J Hill
Fr
HN W Weightman Fr
2 55s69 PARISIAN RULER
3 s56r6 WRINKLE KNUTT
L Watson
Fr
4 85746 PILOT PETE
D B Hill
Fr
5 78872 THE GEORGE
J C Brewin (C) Fr
6 94980 CALEDONIAN ROBERT
D J Vozlic
Fr
7 77678 USAGE
M E Francis
Fr
8 79846 ROYAL ICING (r)
P G O’Brien
Fr
M D Horsnell (C) Fr
9 96426 WEERROOK HARRY
10 3s333 AINTNOOILPAINTING
S F Jardine
Fr
HK S Hryhorec Fr
11 93886 CHARLIE KNEW
THE GEORGE 1, Pilot Pete 2, Aintnooilpainting 3, Night Safari 4.
$9.00
15.00
15.00
4.00
*2.00
34.00
26.00
26.00
13.00
9.00
11.00
2190m 7.30 EQ2
Fr 8.00
Fr *3.20
Fr 8.00
Fr 15.00
Fr 4.00
Fr 9.00
Fr 9.00
Fr 11.00
Fr 7.00
RACE 3 Sunraysia Daily Digital 2190m 8.00 EQ3
4yo & up C0 Only PBD Mobile. $4500.
1 00s43 STORMFLY
D B Hill
Fr
2 s9763 CELEBRITA
J C Brewin (C) Fr
3 05s9s MILLAVANILLA
L Watson
Fr
4 75684 INSCRIPTION POINT
P G O’Brien
Fr
5 3955s TRENDY ART
W J Hill
Fr
K M Watson (C) Fr
6 74635 EL COMANDANTE
7 66462 BADLANDS GINGER
A M Ashwood Fr
M D Horsnell (C) Fr
8 71704 SASSYFEET
9 6s326 BILL SHARKIE
E L Hamblin
Fr
10 76s36 BOMBZA WAY (ODM)
S F Jardine
Fr
STORMFLY 1, Badlands Ginger 2, Sassyfeet 3, El Comandante 4.
*5.00
11.00
13.00
17.00
6.00
*5.00
*5.00
7.00
8.00
13.00
RACE 4 Empire Stallions Series 1790m 8.30 EQ4
4yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile Heat. $7000.
1 4133s SHADOW TERROR
N W Weightman (C)
2 79116 BADLAND STAR
D B Hill
M D Horsnell (C)
3 23118 KEAYANG SANDY
4 32994 FIRE HOUSE ROCK
A M Ashwood
5 498rs ANDYSBEST
W J Hill
6 5
ART OF OZTREOS
J C Brewin (C)
7
PRETTYPUD
S F Jardine
8 43572 LOYOLA GOLF
D J Locke
SHADOW TERROR 1, Badland Star 2, Keayang Sandy 3,
Fire House Rock 4.
Fr
Fr
Fr
10
10
10
20
20
*2.40
15.00
6.50
13.00
9.00
6.50
9.00
4.00
RACE 7 Mitchelton Wines 2180m 4.34 DD2 Q3
1 35364 EARS PONDER
A Xiriha
2 76456 TISEH LUCKY LADY
J F Farrugia
3 312s5 TIGER DUSTY
C A Alford
4 46219 JADE THERESE
E J Tormey
5 35221 BULLYS DELIGHT
Z M Phillips (C)
6 s1363 LITTLE SAFARI
D P Zahra
7 347s4 LOTSA LIFE
P L Martin
8 11359 DIVINE DIVA
G Lang
9 49473 IDLE TIMES
D J Burns
DIVINE DIVA 1, Idle Times 2, Bullys Delight 3, Tiger Dusty 4.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
17.00
26.00
6.00
6.00
5.00
11.00
13.00
*3.00
4.80
RACE 8 The Bendigo Club 2180m 5.07
Q4
1 57858 VILLAGE SKIPPER
H E Gray
Fr 21.00
2 65252 ARTORIPACE
D K McGuigan (C) Fr 7.00
3 35199 FAIREST FELLA
R W Petroff
Fr 7.00
4 s6930 COBBITY COVE (r)
P Grech
Fr 26.00
5 s3738 BLISSFULL MIND
D P Zahra
Fr 11.00
6 448s9 ENDORSEMENT
HS O’Sullivan Fr 34.00
7 r1644 BETTOR BE THE BOMB
HJ L Laugher Fr *4.20
8 12358 KAMWOOD CAESAR
HR P Duffy
Fr 9.00
9 55897 STREAMLINER
HA L Turnbull Fr 17.00
10 31738 ART PREVAILS
HS P Barker
Fr 17.00
11 26472 IRISH PLAYER
HB W Chisholm Fr 5.00
12 92692 DADDYWHO
S G Leight
Fr 9.00
13 657s8 CHRISSY DIVINYL
C A Alford
Fr 9.00
BETTOR BE THE BOMB 1, Irish Player 2, Artoripace 3, Fairest Fella 4.
RACE 9 TAB Trot
2180m 5.42
3yo Trotters 3T0 Only RBD Mobile. $7000.
1 65s47 MAJESTIC SUNRISE
G R Whittle
Fr
2 04s86 GLAD ALL OVER
B C Angove
Fr
3 73s
DUNNCANN
J L Laugher (C) Fr
4
LITTLE MISS CHLO
B M Thomson Fr
5 4
CENTAURIAN
P R Lane
Fr
6 6358s CLAUDY AN GUS
J L Duggan
Fr
7 88s26 CHU CHITS
H E Gray
Fr
8
GREAT CHANCE
F P Bigmore
Fr
9 9s668 KYVALLEY CATWALK (r)
C A Alford
Fr
10 45423 ZEPHIANE (ODM)
C A Alford
Fr
11 57234 ROYAL CHARLOTTE (ODM) Z M Phillips (C) Fr
12 589s PRETTYLILANGUS (ODM)
G Lang
Fr
13 200s3 ZAREM (ODM)
G R Sugars
Fr
ROYAL CHARLOTTE 1, Zephiane 2, Zarem 3, Little Miss Chlo 4.
21.00
21.00
21.00
4.20
13.00
17.00
21.00
21.00
26.00
*3.20
4.20
15.00
9.00
RACE 10 North Central Review Pace 1690m 6.13
R3 Or Better. $4500.
1 87317 TERROR RISING
G R Sugars
Fr 7.00
2 70531 SHE CAN ROCK
Z M Phillips (C) Fr 11.00
3 1836s DELIGHTFUL SYSTEM
G Lang
Fr 4.00
4 s660s DAMITSAM
J T Campbell Fr 34.00
5 s7867 DOWNAN OUT
J Pace
Fr 34.00
6 70453 OUR JIMMIE
B W Chisholm (C) Fr 7.00
7 96824 DUKE JUJON
R S Gregory-Jack Fr 11.00
8 31217 SPUNKYOLA
A L Turnbull (C) Fr 9.00
9 21726 HOLLYS MISS MOLLY
C R Bell
Fr *2.20
HOLLYS MISS MOLLY 1, Delightful System 2, Our Jimmie 3, Spunkyola 4.
Tips by Rob Auber
TAB CODE: MH
• ON SKY RACING 1
MOBILE: (6) STAND: (6)
*DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION APPLIES
1790m 7.00 EQ1
1 26945 WILL AND ANDY
W J Hill
2 636s4 ROCKNROLL LEGEND
A M Ashwood
3 66651 MARKLEIGH PRINCE
D J Locke
4 46453 ABSTRACT HANOVER
D T Wade
5
SHE SAID YES
J C Brewin (C)
6 82971 RAINBOW RACER
J L McGinty
7 64s51 THREE STRIKES MACH
L Watson
8 35623 PATTYS ANGEL
D J Weinert
K S Hryhorec (C)
9 1717s EL KAPITAN
WILL AND ANDY 1, Rocknroll Legend 2, She Said Yes 3,
Three Strikes Mach 4.
Q2
C1 Only RBD Mobile. $7000.
MILDURA HARNESS tonight
RACE 1 DNR Logistics Pace
2150m 3.54
4yo & up C2 To C3 PBD Mobile. $7000.
Trotters T2 Or Better RBD Stand. $7000.
RACE 2 Sunraysia Life Pace
1 494 KEARNEY LANE Fr
P J McMullen 4
2 418 DALACOS EMPRESS Fr L J Weidemann 7
3 195 INVITE ONLY Fr
D W Graham *3.5
4 427 MISS ROB ROY Fr
M J Elkins (C) 34
5 131 GOLDEN YEAR Fr
N J McMullen 5
6 763 ELMAUR JOY Fr
T R Moffat
21
7 082 WEASEL Fr
J F Kerr
26
8 316 DOOLITTLE DOOFY Fr L T Cain (C)
8
9 272 PROJECTILE Fr
HR W Maguire 7
10 871 ULTIMATE AD Fr
D R March
4
INVITE ONLY 1, Golden Year 2, Kearney Lane 3,
Projectile 4.
8 Pace
1
NANDALY
R L Burnett
Fr $21.00
2 2
YOUAREMY SUNSHINE
D J Burns
Fr 3.50
3 3
NUART
P T Salathiel
Fr 34.00
4
THE HANDSOME ONE
J L Duggan
Fr 13.00
5
BELLADONNA GIRL
C J Maggs
Fr 5.00
6 1
THE TIGER ARMY
L E Crossland Fr *1.50
7 6
TISEH MURRAY (ODM)
A Xiriha
Fr 34.00
THE TIGER ARMY 1, Youaremy Sunshine 2, Belladonna Girl 3, Nuart 4.
4yo & up C0 Only PBD Mobile. $4500.
1 765 DOOLITTLE DANDY Fr HK W Durston 26
2 539 BLUE EYED CREATION Fr HJ B Elkins 15
HB M Woodsford 3.5
3 678 SHERIFF JUJON Fr
4 072 ALWAYS A JEWEL Fr
L J Weidemann 4.5
5 020 SMILING ARMADA Fr HR W Maguire 26
6 036 ELMS CREEK Fr
N J McMullen 6
7 835 WRITEABOUTCHELSEA Fr P J Diebert
9
HJ S Colley-Presnell *2.8
8 244 EPIRUS BOY Fr
9 607 RITCHIE BEE Fr
N M Dawson 10
EPIRUS BOY 1, Blue Eyed Creation 2,
Elms Creek 3, Doolittle Dandy 4.
7 Pace
2yo 2C0 To 2C1 PBD Mobile. $7000.
RACE 5 Buds & Branches
8 3yo & up Mdn SW 1400m 3.34 DD2 Q4
1780m 4.14
RACE 6 Jet Roofing Hcp
Trotters T2 Or Better RBD Stand. $7000.
RACE 1 Carlton & United Breweries 1690m 1.04 EQ1
RACE 2 McIvor Estate Pace
Tips by Rob Auber
TAB CODE: PH
MOBILE: (7) STAND: (7)
*DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION APPLIES
• ON SKY RACING 1
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
4yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile. $7000.
1 321 WHY ME 8
61.5
R D Beeharry (a3) 57.5
2 0s2 CAIRNSVILLE 3
3 704 TRUDEAU 2
J R Lowry
57.5
4 275 PERFIDIA 7
C W Johnson
57
5 315 HIGHLY UNLIKELY 5
57
6 2s8 TANTELLA 4
L Callaway
56.5
7 004 STELLA DAZE 10
T R Moseley
56
8 004 SON OF SURF 9
T Jonker (a3)
56
9 989 THE BRAVE ONE 1
K Selvan
55
C A Campbell (a2)54.5
10 560 ZAYZAY 6
WHY ME 1, Trudeau 2, Perfidia 3, Stella Daze 4.
6 Pace
KILMORE HARNESS today
Fr 3.60
Fr 5.00
Fr *3.20
Fr 9.00
Fr 7.00
Fr 11.00
Fr 11.00
Fr 9.00
RACE 5 Sunraysia Daily Cup 1790m 9.00 DD1 Q1
C2 To C4 PBD Mobile. $7000.
1 7s697 SHARK ALERT
D T Wade
Fr
M D Horsnell (C) Fr
2 52283 MACRAY MUCHACHO
N W Weightman (C) Fr
3 44318 HEADMASTER
4 r3553 CAUSENFRICTION
D B Hill
Fr
5 61445 CROWBAR JOHNSON
D J Weinert
Fr
6 3418s METRO IMAGE
D J Vozlic
Fr
7 63934 HARD ROCK SHANNON
W J Hill
Fr
8 3245s STARLIGHT RAINBOW
A M Ashwood Fr
9 57646 DID IT ALONE
J C Brewin (C) Fr
10 78s58 WELL OILED LOMBO
E L Hamblin
Fr
11 28615 URELLA FELLA (ODM) (r)
D J Locke
Fr
STARLIGHT RAINBOW 1, Causenfriction 2, Macray Muchacho 3,
Headmaster 4.
11.00
5.00
6.00
*4.00
11.00
6.00
11.00
5.00
21.00
26.00
26.00
RACE 6 Your Sunraysia Magazine 2190m 9.30 Q2
C1 Only PBD Mobile. $7000.
1 08211 OUR LITTLE ACTRESS
W J Hill
2 57s59 JUZA
D T Wade
3 15457 BELLA CULLEN
D J Locke
M D Horsnell (C)
4 089s2 BUTADREAM
5 38340 MAGIC MACH
E L Hamblin
6 1s383 ARTISTIC CLAIRE
A M Ashwood
N W Weightman (C)
7 87779 HAPPYASLARRY
8 s4s77 LARWOOD
HJ C Brewin
K M Watson (C)
9 58215 STONEBRIDGE STAR
10 95553 ANGRIST
R J Moore
OUR LITTLE ACTRESS 1, Butadream 2, Artistic Claire 3,
Stonebridge Star 4.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
*2.80
13.00
13.00
6.00
11.00
4.50
21.00
21.00
7.00
9.00
RACE 7 Sunraysia Daily Property 2190m 10.00 DD2 Q3
C1 Only PBD Mobile. $7000.
1 99434 SAFARI ROSE
J C Brewin (C) Fr 7.00
M D Horsnell (C) Fr 6.00
2 72541 CORA JACCKA
3 s7142 SERENE CHANGE
D B Hill
Fr 6.50
4 3s111 LIFEPLUSTEN
E L Hamblin
Fr *3.00
5 11150 OUR AMAZING GRACE
W J Hill
Fr 6.00
6 67435 GIRL WITH A PEARL
D J Locke
Fr 17.00
K M Watson (C) Fr 13.00
7 224s8 COOLNCALM
8 99725 SPRINGFIELD SHADOW
R J Moore
Fr 21.00
N W Weightman (C) Fr 21.00
9 55267 SUPERSTAR XPRESS
10 81r34 QUICK CHANGEOVER (ODM) D T Wade
Fr 7.00
LIFEPLUSTEN 1, Our Amazing Grace 2, Cora Jaccka 3, Safari Rose 4.
RACE 8 Empire Stallions Series
1790m 10.34 Q4
4yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile Heat. $7000.
1 88359 CORNWALL CLASSIC
D B Hill
Fr
2 11s31 MELODYS DAUGHTER
A M Ashwood Fr
3 62852 GOTTA TAKE CARE
L Watson
Fr
4 46184 FOREST FORCE
J C Brewin (C) Fr
5 31733 THE LAST PARISIAN
D T Wade
Fr
6 225 OH MY GOODNESS
D J Weinert
Fr
7 28284 SASSY INDIANA
W J Hill
Fr
MELODYS DAUGHTER 1, The Last Parisian 2, Oh My Goodness 3,
Forest Force 4.
13.00
*2.40
7.00
5.00
4.00
6.00
11.00
36 RACING
PENRITH HARNESS
Fitzpatrick
Rollin along
with Holly
AMANDA RANDO
HARNESS RACING
WITH an unbeaten record
since racing in his care trainerdriver Blake Fitzpatrick could
not be happier with the progress of Rollin With Holly.
The three-year-old has had
two starts with Fitzpatrick and
the filly has pleasantly surprised him each run.
“She’s improving quite a bit,”
said Fitzpatrick.
“She is not an overly flash
track-worker so her two runs
have surprised me.
“She’s always been a nice
type and we’re just really happy
with how she is progressing.”
Rollin With Holly will face
the starter for the third time
in Fitzpatrick’s care at Penrith
tonight.
This race is another stepping
stone towards a big preparation connections have earmarked for the daughter of
Roll With Joe.
“She has a busy year ahead,”
said Fitzpatrick.
“She will race in next week’s
Raith Memorial at Menangle
and the New South Wales
Oaks will be her main aim at
this stage.”
Rollin With Holly has had
13 starts for five wins and four
placings.
For her immediate task,
Rollin With Holly has drawn
barrier four in tonight’s TAB
Rewards Pace (1720m) with
Fitzpatrick in the sulky.
“She should be hard to beat,”
said Fitzpatrick.
The Cawdor horseman has
three other starters nominated
tonight starting with Urban
Girl in race three.
Having also won her last
two starts, Fitzpatrick believes
tonight’s assignment has its
challenges.
“She’s an improver but
drawn barrier 10 over the mile
at Penrith is never easy,” said
Fitzpatrick.
In the following event, Fitzpatrick has last start winner
Burning Rubber drawn barrier
four over the 2125m.
“He’s a very consistent horse
and is in this race with a claim
with Jason Grimson driving and looks a good chance
again,” said Fitzpatrick.
Another good draw has Fitzpatrick optimistic about his
other runner’s chance – Clarry
in race five.
The pacer has drawn barrier
three over the 1720m.
“He’s going well again and
has a strong chance from the
draw,” said Fitzpatrick.
Clarry won for Fitzpatrick
two starts ago at Penrith.
The victory added to the
strong season Fitzpatrick has
experienced so far.
With 17 wins to his credit as
a trainer and 13 wins as a driver
for the term, Fitzpatrick is on
track to experiencing stronger
results than last season.
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RACE 1 Functions @ The Paceway
Tonight
2.
3.
3. STAR PLAY raced wide early when
17m 7th $19 (Sr3) Im All Courage Bathurst
1730m (1:54.7) C1-C2 race Dec 26 then
safely held when 8.2m 5th $31 (Fr5) Elle
Yeah Goulburn 1710m (1:55.4) C2 race Dec
30. Drawn nicely and easier here than last
few runs, could contest early lead; one to
watch, keep safe. 4. GRACIE TALJUICE
solid effort when 5m 2nd $6.00 (Fr4)
Megs Monaro Bankstown 1740m (1:57.4)
C2 race Dec 7 then beaten 22.5m 6th $21
(Fr3) Rocknroll Angel Menangle 1609m
(1:53.3) C0-C4 race Dec 17. Down in class
here and drawn sweetly, can contest the
early lead; rates as a contender. 5. LANI
KAI BEACH raced well to place 3.5m 3rd
$8.00 (Fr2) Majesticintherain Bankstown
4.
5.
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78872
9s673
75275
32626
33232
29958
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86968
94524
82563
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2125m 6.05 EQ1
7.
8.
OVERCHARGED
PANACIAS SEAL
STAR PLAY
GRACIE TALJUICE
LANI KAI BEACH
SPROCKETS
URBAN TIGER
ATTACKNRHYTHM
SALS LUCK
IN MASSACHUSETTS
9.
10.
B P Portelli
D R Morris
C M Geary (C)
M C Muscat
J N Douglass
B D McElhinney (C)
HJ R Grimson
L R Sutton
C M Hart (C)
B P Fitzpatrick
Fr $15.00
Fr
8.00
Fr *2.50
Fr
4.50
Fr
5.50
Fr 101.00
Fr 26.00
Fr 67.00
Fr 11.00
Fr 17.00
good gates regularly and going on to earn
a cheque at most recent races; not likely
to contest early lead but rates to be in the
finish here.
2140m (2:03.4) C1 race Dec 21 then covered extra ground when 7.2m 2nd $3.00
(Fr2) Mister H NZ Bankstown 1740m
(1:59.1) C1 race Dec 28. Has been drawing
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
First 4: All Races
O/D DENOTES HORSE EXCLUDED FROM
BARRIER DRAW *DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION
APPLIES. MOBILE (6) STAND (7)
TIPS BY iFORM
ON SKY RACING 1
C1 Only RBD Mobile $6120
1.
NSW TAB GUIDE
28. A past winner from this draw and potential early leader; take on trust.
3. CLARRY (B P Fitzpatrick) 6 Horse By
Rock N Roll Heaven USA - Elite Legacy NZ
$63,865 (72:10-15-12): Handy effort when
4m 3rd $11 (Sr2) Hot Flush NZ Penrith
2125m (1:59.7) C3-C4 race Dec 27. Has won
and placed twice in last four starts; has
bright prospects.
4. SCOTLYNN JIGGS (S A E Elliott) 9
Gelding By Mach Three Ca - Scotlynn Jane
NZ $69,387 (55:12-10-6): Ran 15.5m 5th
$81 (Fr4) Exterminate Maitland 1646m
(1:59.6) C5+ race Dec 29. Down in class
here and drawn well; could go well here,
has the ratings.
5. THE INFORMANT (I C Wilson) 10
Gelding By Bettors Delight USA - Informal
$58,470 (81:11-13-17): Eased early when
23.5m 4th $31 (Fr4) Major League NZ Penrith 1720m (1:55.3) C5+ race Dec 27. Did not
do much first-up but proven second-up;
tries hard each wayer.
6. BETTOR TO BE TRICKY (K A Turner)
5 Gelding By Bettors Delight USA - Tricky
Woman NZ $56,855 (45:7-6-14): Safely
held when 6.5m 3rd $2.30 (Fr2) Captain
Rockey Maitland 2044m (1:59.3) C5+ race
Dec 22. Has won and placed twice in last
four starts; ideally suited, keen.
7. TEAM OF STARZZZ (T S Sutton) 8
Gelding By Four Starzzz Shark Ca - Team
Spirit NZ $43,936 (87:6-11-10): Beaten
1.2m 4th $12 (Fr4) Uncle Jay Bankstown
2140m (1:59.9) C4-C7 race Dec 28. Form
inadequate.
8. DE SANTA ANNA (S P Conroy) 7 Gelding By Santanna Blue Chip USA - Sheer
Finesse $82,150 (96:13-9-10): Beaten
7m 6th $8.00 (Fr4) Hot Flush NZ Penrith
2125m (1:59.7) C3-C4 race Dec 27. Could
improve here.
9. FORTYEIGHTHENSON (D J McCall) 6
Horse By Rock N Roll Heaven USA - Save
Me Christian $78,895 (98:13-15-12): Used
the sprint lane when 15m 4th $13 (Sr1)
Redbelly Jack Goulburn 1710m (1:53.9) C4C5 race Dec 24. Could need racing.
10. CAPTAINS CALL (S P Conroy) 5 Gelding By Julius Caesar NZ - Ubettorwatchout
$44,365 (66:8-1-5): Beaten 11.7m 3rd $23
(Sr1) Major League NZ Penrith 1720m
(1:55.3) C5+ race Dec 27. Don’t discard
completely.
EVERYTHING HAPPENS 1, Bettor To Be Tricky 2, Clarry 3, De Santa Anna 4.
RACE 6 TAB Rewards Pace
1720m 8.45
Q2
C0 Only RBD Mobile $6120
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
STAR PLAY 1, Gracie Taljuice 2, Lani Kai Beach 3, Panacias Seal 4.
RACE 2 3P’s Cafe Pace
2125m 6.45 EQ2
C1 Only RBD Mobile $6120
1.
2.
3.
7. SAMS A BLAST covered extra ground
and eased early when 7.7m 3rd $2.80 (Fr6)
Ourark Fairfield 2113m (2:01.6) 3C0-3C1
race Jun 12 then a comfortable winner
$1.60 (Fr2) defeating Neds Beach NZ 7.5m
Penrith 1720m (1:59.4) C0 race Dec 27.
Sound win first-up here over 1720m and
proven second-up; ready to win again.
1. JAYS CASH battled on gamely defeating
Martinson 0.2m $5.00 (Sr2) Penrith 2125m
(2:02.0) C0 race Nov 22 then raced well when
5.7m 3rd $6.00 (Fr4) Sam Is Perfection Bankstown 2140m (2:02.2) C1 race Dec 7. Lightly
raced and a win and two minor placings from
3 starts this prep; could improve, each way.
4. MAJOR LUCKY battled on gamely defeat-
4.
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8s213
47515
1s128
s5215
21559
52418
203s1
23231
51s53
5518s
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JAYS CASH
CODY SHANNON
PRUDENT MASTER
MAJOR LUCKY
VIENNA GIRL
BRAZILIAN ROCKER
SAMS A BLAST
OUR BUSHWACKER
BESOCIAL
KAVORKA ODM
9.
10.
J R Grimson (C)
HC M Hart
L E Dawson
K A Turner
N S Hatcher
M B Towers
G J Fitzpatrick
HJ P Gallagher
M C Muscat
D R Hancock
ing Indys Approval 0.4m $1.30 (Fr5) Goulburn
1710m (1:58.1) C0 race Dec 10 then ran 18.5m
5th $1.60 (Sr4) Southbound Train NZ Penrith
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
3.75
26.00
15.00
6.00
41.00
13.00
*2.50
15.00
26.00
17.00
2125m (1:58.5) C1 race Dec 27. Drawn well and
stays in contention on sound win two back in
Goulburn over 1710m; each way chance.
SAMS A BLAST 1, Jays Cash 2, Major Lucky 3, Brazilian Rocker 4.
RACE 3 TAB App Pace
1720m
7.15 EQ3
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
685s8
46268
90026
14s11
45s48
79472
s137s
53384
64543
059s2
MIST YOU
SMOKING ZAK
DIAMOND THIEF
ROLLIN WITH HOLLY
BARA HALLEY
DEVELSTIX
INDI RENA
WHATS YOUR POISON
MAHALA PRINCE
RED CASTLE VIK
K A Turner
J N Douglass
J T Wade (C)
B P Fitzpatrick
M B Towers
C M Hart (C)
D R Hancock
W H Rixon (C)
N S Xuereb (C)
G J Fitzpatrick
Fr
8.00
Fr 67.00
Fr 201.00
Fr
*1.25
Fr 34.00
Fr 34.00
Fr 13.00
Fr 21.00
Fr 34.00
Fr 21.00
(1:59.4) C0 race Dec 27. Has the ability,
each way ticket on best.
9. MAHALA PRINCE (K L McGill) 4 Gelding By Presidential Ball USA - Ill Never Tell
$14,710 (48:0-1-6): Beaten 4m 3rd $31
(Sr1) Gentle Giant NZ Bankstown 2140m
(2:04.1) C0 race Dec 28. Tries hard, place.
10. RED CASTLE VIK (P R J Fitzpatrick)
5 Mare By Always A Virgin USA - Malibu
Magic NZ $5930 (9:1-2-0): Hung out and
tightened during running when 0.4m 2nd
$8.00 (Fr6) Bettor Robyn Penrith 1720m
(2:00.3) C0 race Dec 27. Ran an attractive
placing when resuming and appeals as
a lightly raced improver; threat on best
form.
runs from a spell; has each way chance.
6. DEVELSTIX (D S Waite) 5 Gelding By
Tiz A Masterpiece USA - Macs Glee $5205
(11:1-1-1): Beaten 1.7m 2nd $34 (Sr3) Gentle
Giant NZ Bankstown 2140m (2:04.1) C0
race Dec 28. Form too poor.
7. INDI RENA (D R Hancock) 4 Mare By Bettors Delight USA - Divine Rena $4700 (5:1-02): Eased early when 22.5m 7th $7.00 (Fr6)
Babyitscold Penrith 1720m (1:59.2) 3C0-3C1
race Aug 9. Resuming here but has solid firstup record; don’t underestimate.
8. WHATS YOUR POISON (D R Kell) 6
Gelding By Real Desire USA - Countess
Rainbow $10,610 (26:1-6-3): Beaten 15m
4th $12 (Sr1) Sams A Blast Penrith 1720m
ROLLIN WITH HOLLY 1, Mist You 2, Indi Rena 3, Whats Your Poison 4.
C2 Only RBD Mobile $6120
1.
1. MIST YOU (K A Turner) 6 Mare By Mister
Big USA - Fairly Misty $7100 (8:1-1-1): Beaten 35.5m 8th $8.50 (Fr3) Brazilian Rocker
Penrith 2125m (2:00.0) C0-C1 race Dec
13. Failed to flatter first-up but has placed
previously 2nd up; worth each way ticket.
2. SMOKING ZAK (P K Horton-whybrow)
5 Gelding By Tinted Cloud USA - Nula $2565
(7:0-2-0): Raced wide early when 21.5m 8th
$71 (Fr6) Gentle Giant NZ Bankstown 2140m
(2:04.1) C0 race Dec 28. Can improve here.
3. DIAMOND THIEF (S Wade) 8 Mare By
Speed King - Vain Shekel $17,030 (77:0-87): Beaten 22m 6th $41 (Fr1) Arma Naughty
Goulburn 2240m (2:01.3) C0 race Dec 30.
Prefer the place.
4. ROLLIN WITH HOLLY (B P Fitzpatrick) 3
Filly By Roll With Joe USA - Holy Gal $58,040
(13:5-2-2): Was a handy winner $2.20 (Fr7)
over Borders Man 4.7m Newcastle 2030m
(1:58.4) C0 race Dec 14. Strong winner last
start in Newcastle over 2030m at second run
this preparation; rated to win this.
5. BARA HALLEY (F J Knapton) 4 Mare By
Mister Big USA - Bara Picasso $1490 (6:0-01): Checked and broke when distanced 8th
$8.50 (Fr3) Bettor Robyn Penrith 1720m
(2:00.3) C0 race Dec 27. Fitter for two recent
3.
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RACE 7 Sky Racing Pace
1720m 9.15 DD2 Q3
C0 Only RBD Mobile $6120
2. MAJESTIC KIWI covered extra ground
and hung in during the race when 33m
12th $51 (Fr5) Fame Assured Albion Park
1660m (1:53.6) C2-C5 race Dec 15 then
eased early when 4.5m 3rd $21 (Fr7)
James Dean NZ Goulburn 2240m (1:56.9)
C2-C3 race Dec 24. Nicely drawn and racing well in better grade; solid each way
runner. 3. MISTER H raced wide early
when 7m 3rd $3.40 (Fr6) Brazilian Rocker
Penrith 2125m (2:00.0) C0-C1 race Dec
13 then impressive winner $1.80 (Fr1) defeating Lani Kai Beach 7.2m Bankstown
1740m (1:59.1) C1 race Dec 28. Won last
start in easier company in Bankstown
over 1740m and drawn well; suited in this
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MISTER H
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SIDDLE
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ALL STAR MAGICIAN
URBAN GIRL
race. 1. SHELTONSCHOICE tired over
the latter stages when 77m 8th $2.90
(Fr2) Sackheim Newcastle 2030m (1:58.1)
C2 race Dec 11 then safely held when 7.2m
K A Turner
D R Hancock
G J Fitzpatrick
C M Hart (C)
J N Douglass
Fr
7.00
Fr *1.80
Fr
4.50
Fr 21.00
Fr 10.00
Fr 201.00
Fr 41.00
Fr 26.00
Fr 41.00
Fr 17.00
R W Adams
R J Alchin
J B Ogden
B P Fitzpatrick
4th $2.50 (Fr2) Burning Rubber NZ Penrith 1720m (1:58.8) C2 race Dec 27. Just
out of the placings last start and suited in
this company; tries hard each way.
MAJESTIC KIWI 1, Mister H 2, Sheltonschoice 3, Flirtatious Heart 4.
RACE 4 TAB Pace
2125m 7.45 EQ4
C3 To C4 PBD Mobile $6120
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2. HOT FLUSH held on well when 7.2m 3rd
$61 (Fr1) Arts Treasure Menangle 1609m
(1:52.2) C0-C4 race Dec 17 then handy win
$2.80 (Fr2) over Pay Me Overs NZ 1.2m
Penrith 2125m (1:59.7) C3-C4 race Dec 27.
Win and a placing at past two runs; will
be a serious contender here, rates well.
4. BURNING RUBBER covered extra
ground and inconvenienced when 3.2m 3rd
$13 (Sr3) The Red Moon Rising NZ Penrith
2125m (2:00.5) C2-C3 race Nov 29 then was
a handy winner $1.10 (Fr3) defeating Gunna
Go Bye Bye 3.5m Penrith 1720m (1:58.8) C2
race Dec 27. Rates well on easy win last start
here over 1720m; has ratings to win this.
1. SIMPLY CLEVER safely held when 11.5m
5th $8.00 (Sr2) Arrokeefe Penrith 2125m
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NOVAK
BURNING RUBBER
THE RED MOON RISING
CLEMENTSORRELL
VASARI
GOT THE SCOOP
THE MALDIVES
OLD STUDLEY ROAD
(2:01.1) C3-C5 race Dec 13 then sound effort when 5.5m 5th $26 (Fr3) Hot Flush NZ
Penrith 2125m (1:59.7) C3-C4 race Dec 27.
Is a winner this course and distance; could
get some money. 7. VASARI finished 2.2m
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10.
C M Hart (C)
HJ P Gallagher
J R Ponsonby
HJ R Grimson
J E Trainor
HW H Rixon
A M Butt
C M Geary (C)
HB D McElhinney
J B Ogden
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Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
7.00
*2.75
17.00
4.50
7.50
41.00
7.00
26.00
21.00
26.00
2nd $10.00 (Fr2) James Dean NZ Goulburn
2240m (1:56.9) C2-C3 race Dec 24 then
eased early when 11.5m 3rd $19 (Fr4) Real
Obsession NZ Goulburn 1710m (1:55.5) C3C4 race Dec 30. Each way at best.
HOT FLUSH 1, Burning Rubber 2, Simply Clever 3, Vasari 4.
RACE 5 Snowhite Icecream Pace
1720m 8.15 DD1 Q1
C4 Or Better PBD Mobile $6120
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1. OHOKA ROYAL (D J McCall) 8 Mare
By Ohoka Arizona NZ - Elle Bea Royal NZ
$93,297 (127:13-12-14): Eased early when
17m 5th $19 (Fr4) Rocknroll Angel Menangle 1609m (1:53.3) C0-C4 race Dec 17. Has
each way chance.
2. EVERYTHING HAPPENS (P J Hanson) 5 Gelding By For A Reason - Arlanda
$32,240 (37:6-4-7): Covered extra ground
when 10.7m 7th $3.70 (Fr6) Uncle Jay
Bankstown 2140m (1:59.9) C4-C7 race Dec
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EVERYTHING HAPPENS
CLARRY
SCOTLYNN JIGGS
THE INFORMANT
BETTOR TO BE TRICKY
TEAM OF STARZZZ
DE SANTA ANNA
FORTYEIGHTHENSON
CAPTAINS CALL
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10.
D J McCall
J E Trainor
B P Fitzpatrick
J P Gallagher (C)
J N Douglass
K A Turner
L R Sutton
W H Rixon (C)
C M Geary (C)
C M Hart (C)
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Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
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9.00
26.00
41.00
3.25
17.00
9.00
11.00
21.00
Best Bet: Majestic Kiwi (Race 3) Value Bet: Sophies Desire (Race 7)
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DISCLAIMER The Daily Telegraph takes all care in compiling TAB details but cannot accept responsibility for any errors.
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1. GREAT RAINBOW (S P Conroy) 4 Gelding By Art Major USA - Hay Sharon $6835
(20:0-1-2): Safely held when 10.2m 3rd $12
(Fr1) Sams A Blast Penrith 1720m (1:59.4)
C0 race Dec 27. Yet to win at 1720m but has
placed and can finish in the money here
from a nice draw; could run well again,
each way.
2. SO LIKA (D S Waite) 5 Mare By Art Major USA - So Deep NZ $3060 (25:0-0-0):
Eased early when 46.5m 7th $81 (Fr4) Bettor Robyn Penrith 1720m (2:00.3) C0 race
Dec 27. Chance on best.
3. KING FISHER (T J Frost) 4 Gelding By Mr
Feelgood USA - Shelly Lobell $1225 (8:0-00): Eased early and tightened during running when 16.5m 5th $61 (Fr8) Arma Naughty Goulburn 2240m (2:01.3) C0 race Dec 30.
Could need the run but has some ability.
4. SOPHIES DESIRE (D S Waite) 6 Mare
By Real Desire USA - Sophie Pass $6250
(43:0-0-1): Beaten 5m 3rd $31 (Fr2) Bettor
Robyn Penrith 1720m (2:00.3) C0 race Dec
27. Distance suits, each way claims.
5. NO RISK NO RETURN (S Wade) 9 Gelding By Life Sign USA - Perfect Purr $21,435
(88:1-8-10): Raced well when 4.7m 3rd
$61 (Fr2) Arma Naughty Goulburn 2240m
(2:01.3) C0 race Dec 30. Nice run when 3rd
at Goulburn last start over 2240m; run well
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SOPHIES DESIRE
NO RISK NO RETURN
ALWAYS A CRUISER
TRUMP ME ROOSTAS
FREMARKSCHOOK
MACH ANGELO
MARTINSON
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10.
W H Rixon (C)
B P Fitzpatrick
G W McElhinney
C M Hart (C)
J T Wade (C)
P J Tanti
D R Morris
N Zbiljic
M C Muscat
B P Portelli
at best.
6. ALWAYS A CRUISER (P J Tanti) 4 Gelding By Always A Virgin USA - Strawbs Interact NZ $730 (7:0-0-0): Eased early when
45m 6th $101 (Fr5) Sams A Blast Penrith
1720m (1:59.4) C0 race Dec 27. Looking
elsewhere.
7. TRUMP ME ROOSTAS (M W Smith) 10
Gelding By Trump Casino USA - Roostas
Rastas $3790 (17:1-0-0): Failed to finish behind Pure Charisma Penrith 2125m (2:01.0)
C0 race Aug 30. First-up and unplaced in 6
previous first-up runs.
8. FREMARKSCHOOK (N Zbiljic) 5 Mare
By Bettors Delight USA - Ech Fillee $5390
(13:1-0-2): Beaten 23m 9th $26 (Fr2) Major Lucky NZ Goulburn 1710m (1:58.1) C0
Fr
3.75
Fr 67.00
Fr 13.00
Fr *3.25
Fr 21.00
Fr 101.00
Fr 21.00
Fr 13.00
Fr *3.25
Fr 11.00
race Dec 10. Though unplaced at last two
is proven at this distance; suited, genuine
hope.
9. MACH ANGELO (M A Teuma) 4 Gelding By Mach Three Ca - Miss Trickin Lombo
$10,100 (25:1-2-3): Finished 12.7m 7th $11
(Fr3) Gentle Giant NZ Bankstown 2140m
(2:04.1) C0 race Dec 28. Is a winner at this
track and suited by the distance; rated to
go close.
10. MARTINSON (B P Portelli) 6 Gelding By Lis Mara USA - Angel Ofthe Knight
$18,740 (43:5-5-2): Raced wide early when
25m 5th $13 (Fr3) Sams A Blast Penrith
1720m (1:59.4) C0 race Dec 27. Just out of
the placings last start; can run another useful race here; top chance this grade.
SOPHIES DESIRE 1, Mach Angelo 2, Great Rainbow 3, King Fisher 4.
RACE 8 Club Paceway Pace
2125m 9.45
Q4
3yo 3C0 To 3C1 PBD Mobile $6120
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3.
1. ONEOFTHELADS (D B Brown) 3 Gelding By Caribbean Blaster - Miss Downs
$5575 (9:1-0-0): Beaten 4.2m 4th $41
(Fr5) Gentle Giant NZ Bankstown 2140m
(2:04.1) C0 race Dec 28. Will be tested
again.
2. PLATINUM REVOLUTION (S P Tritton, L R Tritton) 3 Filly By Changeover NZ
- Champagne Franco NZ $32,570 (6:3-0-2):
Tightened in the early stages of the race
and tended to race roughly in the middle
stages when 51.5m 8th (FT) Princess Tiffany NZ Cambridge 1609m the 2F-GP1 2YO
Diamond Pace (grp1) Jun 2. Has placed
when resuming in the past and well drawn
here; ideal here, fancied.
3. GEMMAS EXPRESS (P J Baiada) 3 Filly
By Shoobees Place USA - Only Whisper
NZ $2415 (7:0-1-0): Beaten 15.5m 2nd $23
(Fr1) Panania North Bankstown 1740m
(2:00.1) 3C0-3C1 race Dec 28. Lightly raced
and was a good second in this class last
start; each way.
4. BETTYS LASS (P R J Fitzpatrick) 3 Filly
By Well Said USA - Lexus Lass $120 (1:00-0): Checked, tightened during running
and had a flat tyre when beaten 14.7m
5th $7.00 (Sr1) Masons Delight NZ Penrith 2125m (2:00.9) 3C0 race Dec 27. Well
beaten at its last start but could improve
sharply here.
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BORDERS MAN
HAZELNUTS
WANNA WIN ODM
5. DOESNTSHEFEELGOOD (G J Leonard) 3 Filly By Mr Feelgood USA - Flight Of
Freedom NZ $1685 (4:0-1-0): Ran 22.5m
6th $3.50 (Fr2) Panania North Bankstown
1740m (2:00.1) 3C0-3C1 race Dec 28.
Lightly raced and stays in contention on
sound second two back at Bankstown over
2140m; worth each way ticket.
6. ART OF GRANGE (T S Sutton) 3 Gelding By Lombo Mandingo - Ballerina Rainbow $840 (3:0-0-1): Suffered a severe
check and tightened during running when
beaten 14.7m 3rd $18 (Fr3) Our Jaguar Star
Newcastle 1609m (1:59.8) 2C0-2C2 race
Aug 24. Back from a spell and could run
well while fresh.
7. BORDERS MAN (G Mauro) 3 Colt By
Major Bronski - Indiana Hanover $6300
(8:1-2-0): Checked at the start when 11.5m
6th $3.20 (Fr4) Gentle Giant NZ Banks-
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9.
B P Fitzpatrick
L R Tritton
J P Bates (C)
S A Grayling (C)
C M Geary (C)
L R Sutton
J R Grimson (C)
M B Towers
G W McElhinney
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Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
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41.00
21.00
41.00
26.00
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15.00
51.00
town 2140m (2:04.1) C0 race Dec 28. Even
run last start but could be in the finish here
with further improvement; will be a serious contender here, rates well.
8. HAZELNUTS (M Doltoff) 3 Gelding By
Art Major USA - Miss Hazel $13,070 (8:2-03): Eased early and suffered gear malfunction when 19.5m 8th $41 (Fr4) Uncle Jord
Bathurst 1730m (1:55.4) 3C0-3C1 race Dec
26. Good run two starts back when placed
but has to overcome poor draw; other wise
suited here, genuine each way hope.
9. WANNA WIN (M R Thompkins) 3 Gelding By Always A Virgin USA - Starlitestarbright $130 (1:0-0-0): Eased early, broke
at the start and suffered gear malfunction
when distanced 10th $151 (Fr3) The Ideal
Dancer Bankstown 2140m (2:00.7) 3C03C1 race Dec 21. Though unplaced at only
start could do better on this occasion.
PLATINUM REVOLUTION 1, Hazelnuts 2, Borders Man 3, Bettys Lass 4.
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6. COLONIAL GAL (B T Malanczyn) 5m By Bushranger (IR) - Get The Hint (NZ) (6:0-0-0): Jumped
awkwardly, hampered near turn when 9¼ len 9th of
13 (12) $20.00 56.5 Never Again 1170m Wangaratta
2yo+ Mdn Soft(5) June 4. Took up a midfield position when 15¼ len 11th of 12 (12) $101.00 56.5 All
Points West 1000m Echuca 2yo+ Mdn Soft(7) June
20. Resuming. Not fancied.
7. HELLO ANNA (Rhiannon Schiffer) 5m By
Anacheeva - Hello Boys (2:0-0-1): Jumped awkwardly when ½ nk, 1½ len 3rd of 12 (7) $51.00 56.0
Kirk Ella, Prince Of Venice 1100m Murtoa 3yo Mdn
Soft(5) June 27 (2017). Slowly away (2L) when 3½
len 4th of 10 (7) $4.80 56.5 Petronas 1200m Geelong Synthetic 4yo+ Mdn Synthetic July 20. First-up.
Each-way chance.
8. JUNGLE ROSE (Alan Hanrahan) 4m By Jungle
Ruler - The Marauding Rose (10:0-0-1): Slowly away
(3L), warning - barrier manners when ½ nk, 5 len 3rd
of 12 (11) $26.00 58.0 Truly Brook, Mirusia 1200m
Terang 4yo+ Mdn Mdn Good(3) Dec 12. Slowly
away when 5½ len 8th of 10 (7) $14.00 56.5 Campo
1200m Colac 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 22. Went to
line only fairly in same class at Colac at latest. Only
a place chance.
9. LADY OF PRESENCE (R J Besanko) 4m By Presence - Tenacious Miss (4:0-0-0): Wide throughout
when 13½ len 7th of 8 (8) $151.00 58.0 No Time Like
Now 1400m Racing.Com Park Syn 2yo+ F&M Mdn
Synthetic July 24. Jumped awkwardly when 7½ len
6th of 8 (4) $71.00 56.5 Double Em 1100m Geelong
Synthetic 3yo+ Mdn Synthetic Aug 3. Resuming. Not
keen.
10. STILLER’S EAR (Luke Oliver) 4m By Captain
Sonador - Miss Diaz (3:0-0-0): Overraced early
stages when 4¾ len 8th of 12 (2) $41.00 57.0 Maid To
Measure 1300m Bendigo 3yo F Mdn Soft(5) June 2.
Failed due to track condition, vetted - no abnormalities when 3¾ len 9th of 11 (6) $3.90F 56.5 Vixatious
1300m Warrnambool 2yo+ Mdn Heavy(10) June 21.
First-up. Worth some thought.
RACE 3
2.30
(1325m)
1. CANDESCENCE (M Ellerton & S Zahra) 3g By
Canford Cliffs (IR) - Phosphorescence (2:0-0-1): Pre
race incident when 3½ len 6th of 8 (6) $14.00 58.0
Strategic Phil 1200m Racing.Com Park Syn 3yo Mdn
Synthetic Aug 28. Jumped awkwardly when 3 len,
4½ len 3rd of 8 (5) $7.00 58.0 Rarer Than Rubies,
Sizzlesun 1200m Wodonga 3yo Mdn Soft(5) Sept 10.
Resuming. Looking elsewhere.
2. DOGMATIC (James Cummings) 3g By Domesday
- Unswerving (2:0-0-0): Safely held in 7 len 4th of
10 (8) $21.00 58.0 More Sundays 1100m Geelong
3yo Mdn Soft(7) Aug 6. First-up finished len 4th of
13 (5) $4.20F 58.0 Celestial King 1200m Seymour
3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Wasn’t all that far away at
Seymour first-up. Strips fitter. Commands respect.
3. LIVING THE DREAM (D K Weir) 3c By Artie Schiller (US) - Dreamwinner (0:0-0-0): First start. Hasn’t
trialled in public. Respect stable. Badly drawn. Use
betting as a further guide.
4. MALEVOLENT (D K Weir) 3g By Denman - Sworn
Revenge (6:0-1-1): Vetted - no abnormalities when
4½ len 4th of 11 (10) $4.80 57.0 Universal Thief
1000m Terang 3yo+ Mdn Soft(5) Nov 23. No match
when 4¼ len 8th of 12 (9) $16.00 58.0 Humzz
1200m Colac 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 22. Average
effort in same company at Colac last start. Fitter for
two runs back. Decent alley. Keep safe.
5. MASLOW (Heath Conners) 3g By Lonhro - Tahnee Tango (4:0-1-0): Attacked the line 1¼ len 2nd
of 9 (9) $4.40 57.0 May Be Fate 1300m Seymour
3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Nov 26. Battled away for 1¼ len
5th of 11 (5) $5.00 58.0 Yulong September 1400m
Sandown-Hillside 3yo Mdn Good(3) Dec 12. Freshened. Gave good account at Sandown-Hillside last
outing. Can figure.
6. SHEET LIGHTNING (N A Blackiston) 3g By Fully
Fledged (NZ) - Dee Flawless (2:0-0-0): Pre race
incident, passed fit at barrier, blocked for a run on
straightening when 1½ len 6th of 9 (5) $7.00 58.0
Bromes 1100m Kilmore 3yo Mdn Soft(5) Nov 25.
Respiratory issues when 7½ len 7th of 9 (4) $6.50
57.0 Numoor 1300m Sandown-Hillside 3yo+ Mdn
Good(3) Dec 12. Freshened. Failed to make an impression this grade at Sandown-Hillside last time
out. Place makes best appeal.
7. SIR GAWAIN (J F Moloney) 3g By Duporth Gawne (1:0-0-0): Jumped awkwardly, shifted out in
straight when 1¾ len 5th of 13 (2) $31.00 58.0 Celestial King 1200m Seymour 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec
20. Just behind the placegetters at Seymour debut.
Could sneak a place at odds.
8. STAROUZ (M G Price) 3g By Zoustar - Ballet Society (NZ) (0:0-0-0): First start. No public trials to go
on. Market holds the key.
9. SUBRUNNER (S J Richards) 3g By Sebring - Sublimity (4:0-0-1): Settled handy when ¾ len, 1½ len
3rd of 11 (6) $3.90F 56.0 Equally Wild, Sharkbright
1400m Cranbourne 3yo+ Mdn Heavy(8) Aug 12. Balanced up midfield when 2¾ len 4th of 13 (5) $15.00
58.0 I’m Dun Dreamin’ 1500m Cranbourne 3yo Mdn
Soft(6) Aug 26. First-up. Rough chance for minors.
10. TOWER ROAD (D T O’Brien) 3g By Savabeel Thy (NZ) (0:0-0-0): First start. Makes debut here
after 2¼ len 5th Star Fall 800m Cranbourne Training
barrier trial Soft(6) Nov 26. Trials: (3:0-0-0). Unplaced in trials. Prefer to see at this stage.
11. CHAMINADE (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 3f By
Medaglia D’Oro (US) - Classic Music (IR) (2:0-0-1):
Jumped awkwardly, hampered near turn, vetted no abnormalities when 10 len 10th of 11 (11) $20.00
57.0 Major Wager 1100m Echuca 2yo F Mdn Good(4)
April 23. Shifted in near 100m when hd, ¾ len 3rd of
8 (8) $31.00 56.0 Eligere, Olive 1200m M Valley 3yo
Mdn Soft(5) Dec 14. Let down well from back of the
pack to place at Moonee Valley first-up. Fitter. Place
appeal only.
12. GOLDIFOX (L & T Corstens) 3f By Foxwedge
- Bella Vedera (6:0-2-3): Rider charged with careless riding when lg hd, 4 len 3rd of 11 (2) $3.60 54.0
Good ‘n’ Fast, Scottish Rogue 1600m F’ton LR Taj
Rossi Final Good(4) July 7. Found the line intently for
first-up 2¼ len, 1¾ len 3rd of 10 (7) $3.30 55.0 Sora,
Plenty 1200m M Valley 3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Dec 7.
Freshened. Shown some promise. Ran on okay from
midfield to place at Moonee Valley first-up. Drops in
grade and gets the chance to be more competitive.
Right in this.
13. PINYIN: SCRATCHED
RACE 4
3.00
(2240m)
1. AMERICANEER (R D Griffiths) 4g By Americain
(US) - Taleer (10:0-2-1): Jumped awkwardly when
5¾ len 7th of 10 (3) $61.00 58.5 Really Swish 1600m
Sandown-Hillside 3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Dec 5. Blocked
for a run concluding stages when 2¼ len 7th of 13 (2)
$9.50 58.5 The Patchie Kid 2034m Seymour 3yo+
Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Battled on fairly at Seymour
at latest. Not the roughest.
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2. ARLINGTON WAY (G Eurell) 4g By Arlington
- Sassy Guru (15:0-1-2): Beaten but not disgraced
when len 7th of 10 (9) $41.00 58.5 Lope De Field
1600m Echuca 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 5. Worked
right to the line for len, 1¾ len 3rd of 11 (11) $10.00
58.5 Extreme Torque, Miss France 1950m Yarra Glen
3yo+ Mdn Soft(5) Dec 21. Kept working to line at
Yarra Glen last start. Good gate. Worth including.
3. BADGE OF HONOUR (P & C Hyland) 4g By Reward For Effort - Samana (18:0-1-1): Well beaten 6¾
len 7th of 11 (6) $41.00 57.0 Extreme Torque 1950m
Yarra Glen 3yo+ Mdn Soft(5) Dec 21. Not flash in 8 len
5th of 10 (2) $21.00 54.0 Delightful Forever 2100m
Stony Creek Hcp (58) Good(4) Dec 29. Drawn off the
track. Long time in the maiden ranks and hard to see
that changing here. Hard to recommend.
4. COHERENCE (D K Weir) 5g By Cape Blanco (IR)
- Wave To Lottie (NZ) (8:0-2-1): Blocked for a run
on straightening, blocked for a run in straight when
2½ len 2nd of 11 (4) $2.50F 58.5 Crafty Lion 2000m
Ararat 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 11. Wide throughout
when 2½ len 8th of 13 (13) $4.20F 58.5 The Patchie
Kid 2034m Seymour 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Far
from disgraced at Seymour last outing. Drawn favourably. Include among the better chances.
5. KRONACH (S A Dwyer) 4g By Lucas Cranach (GE)
- Monde Special (7:0-1-0): Blocked for a run near
400m when 1¼ len 2nd of 12 (7) $51.00 58.5 Reflect
The Stars 2015m Seymour 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Nov
26. Jumped awkwardly when 2¼ len 5th of 13 (10)
$14.00 58.5 The Patchie Kid 2034m Seymour 3yo+
Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Wasn’t all that far away at Seymour last time out. Each-way chance.
6. LIKE YOU LOOK (Ms B Simpson) 6g By Lookin
At Lucky (US) - Embraceable You (NZ) (36:0-2-2):
Sound when 1¾ len 4th of 14 (12) $101.00 58.5 Deja
Doom 2050m Moe 3yo+ Mdn Soft(6) Dec 14. Didn’t
offer much when 7½ len 5th of 10 (3) $31.00 58.5
Zesto 2418m Geelong 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 26.
Long time a maiden. Prefer others.
7. PERISCOPE (D K Weir) 4g By Raise The Flag (GB)
- Perceptible (NZ) (7:0-1-1): Swab taken by order of
stewards, vetted - no abnormalities when ½ len 5th
of 9 (2) $1.40F 58.5 Da Deputy 2400m Mornington
3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Nov 4. Heat stress when 4¾ len
5th of 10 (2) $2.35F 58.5 Go Ferrando 2030m Werribee 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 24. Just battled home
this level at Werribee at latest. Keep safe.
8. STORM TRAIN (R J Besanko) 4g By Bullet Train
(GB) - Bitabling (11:0-0-3): Fair effort in 3¼ len 6th
of 12 (12) $17.00 58.5 Reflect The Stars 2015m Seymour 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Nov 26. Hung in in straight
when ½ nk, nk 3rd of 13 (6) $31.00 58.5 The Patchie
Kid, Front Page News 2034m Seymour 3yo+ Mdn
Good(4) Dec 20. Charged home to just miss at long
odds last start. Among the dangers.
9. ENRICO PALLAZZO (L & T Corstens) 3g By
Domesday - La Sangre (6:0-2-0): Hampered at
start, blocked for a run on straightening, vetted - no
abnormalities when ½ len 4th of 10 (1) $2.70F 57.0
Lope De Field 1600m Echuca 3yo+ Mdn Good(4)
Dec 5. Positioned midfield when sht hd 2nd of 10 (6)
$3.80 57.0 Go Ferrando 2030m Werribee 3yo+ Mdn
Good(4) Dec 24. Racing well. Worked home solidly
to place at Werribee last outing. Looks one of the
main chances.
10. DANUBIAN (Murray Johnson) 4m By Foxwedge - Khepri (NZ) (9:0-0-3): Fractious in barriers,
rider lost whip when 3¼ len, 1¼ len 3rd of 4 (4) $3.70
56.5 Inala Max, Medicine Ball 2000m Werribee
3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 9. Overraced middle stages
when ½ len 4th of 13 (7) $17.00 56.5 The Patchie Kid
2034m Seymour 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Gave a
good sight at Seymour last time out. Can figure.
11. MISSISSIPPI GRACE (Ms D Clover) 4m By
Americain (US) - Last Goodbye (13:0-0-0): Struck
interference at start, eased on straightening when
3½ len 4th of 8 (6) $11.00 56.5 Dream Big 2000m
Kyneton 3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Dec 6. Failed to fire 4¾
len 9th of 14 (8) $10.00 55.0 Deja Doom 2050m
Moe 3yo+ Mdn Soft(6) Dec 14. SCRATCHED
12. SUNDAY AFTERNOON (N A Blackiston) 4m By
Mastercraftsman (IR) - Imperial Dragon (NZ) (3:0-01): On return from break finished 8¼ len 9th of 12 (5)
$17.00 56.5 Schoolwork 1600m Hamilton 3yo+ Mdn
Plate Good(4) Dec 4. Found rivals too strong 5¾ len
6th of 11 (9) $21.00 56.5 Extreme Torque 1950m
Yarra Glen 3yo+ Mdn Soft(5) Dec 21. Went to line
only fairly in same company at Yarra Glen last start.
Only a place chance.
13. TEXAN LASS (J T Conlan) 3f By Americain (US) Miss Shamrock (1:0-0-0): Settled midfield when debut 11¾ len 11th of 12 (3) $61.00 56.5 Lovin Th’castle
1600m Moe 3yo+ F&M Mdn Soft(6) Dec 14. Didn’t
show much fight at debut. A win would surprise.
RACE 5
3.30
(1525m)
1. MILLIE THE MISSILE (Luke Oliver) 5m By Smart
Missile - Millie Milou (NZ) (24:4-7-5): Blundered at
start, over-raced early stages, struck interference
middle stages when 8½ len 9th of 11 (3) $16.00 57.0
Eshtiraak 1600m M Valley (Bm70) Good(3) Nov 16.
Blocked for a run on straightening when 3½ len 10th
of 11 (5) $51.00 59.0 Ocean Deep 1440m C’field 3yo+
F&M (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 19. Fair effort without
threatening at Caulfield last outing. Proven performer over this trip. Not the roughest.
2. MIESZKO (M Ellerton & S Zahra) 4g By Magnus
- Babieta (10:1-1-1): Jumped awkwardly, vetted - no
abnormalities when 15½ len last of 13 (10) $61.00
54.0 Gaulois 1600m M Valley 3yo Hcp Soft(5) June
2. Took up a midfield position when first-up ¾ len,
nk 3rd of 11 (6) $16.00 59.5 Blinder, Nicconi Poni
1440m C’field Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 19. Finished solidly to place at Caulfield first-up. Will only be fitter.
Take a power of beating.
3. MISS ADEQUATE (D T O’Brien) 5m By O’Reilly
(NZ) - More Than Adequate (NZ) (17:2-3-3): Kept trying 2 len 6th of 10 (4) $6.00 58.5 Sunday Night Tea
1600m Echuca (Bm64) Good(4) July 19. Stewards
queried run, poor post-race recovery when 4¼ len
5th of 7 (1) $3.20F 60.0 Crimson Tears 1400m Werribee 3yo+ F&M (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 9. Freshened.
Average effort this grade at Werribee first-up. Freerunning. Hard to beat.
4. OUTROAR (Matthew Cumani) 7g By O’Reilly (NZ)
- Mica’s Pride (6:1-3-0): Handily placed when 11 len
last of 8 (6) $15.00 57.5 Invinzabeel 1600m W Farm
3yo (Bm67) Soft(6) April 8 (2015). Resumed with 3
len 2nd of 7 (4) $6.00 58.5 Little Bess 1200m Warrnambool Hcp (C1) Soft(5) Dec 13. Honest customer.
Ran home well to fill the minors at Warrnambool
first-up. Strips fitter. Well placed from the perfect
draw. Should be competitive.
5. BEMBOKA QUEEN (Heath Conners) 4m By Foxwedge - Queen Of Queens (10:2-0-1): Safely held
in 15¼ len last of 12 (10) $17.00 58.5 Grand Crown
1733m Geelong (Bm64) Heavy(8) June 22. Jumped
awkwardly when 10¼ len 6th of 10 (9) $31.00 55.0
Valac 1900m Geelong Synthetic (Bm70) Synthetic
July 13. Resuming. Looks tested.
6. CADABRA (N A Blackiston) 5m By Red Giant
(US) - Symphony (18:2-3-0): Slowly away, blocked
for a run on straightening, blocked for a run near
200m when 1¾ len 6th of 9 (9) $6.50 58.0 Helix Park 1600m Racing.Com Park Syn 3yo+ F&M
(Bm64) Synthetic July 29. Slowly away, blocked for
a run near turn when 5¾ len 6th of 7 (3) $7.50 58.0
Crimson Tears 1400m Werribee 3yo+ F&M (Bm64)
Good(4) Dec 9. Freshened. Just battled home this
level at Werribee first-up. Place makes best appeal.
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7. VIV SAID NO (Shay Keating) 5g By Helmet - Majestic Harmony (22:1-4-1): No match when 5 len 5th
of 7 (1) $51.00 56.5 Silverhawk 1400m Werribee Hcp
(C1) Good(4) Dec 9. Slowly away when 4 len 2nd of 7
(3) $15.00 53.0 Mosh Music 1512m Geelong (Bm64)
Good(4) Dec 26. Not likely.
RACE 6
4.00
(1525m)
1. MUCCINO (Byron Cozamanis) 6g By Stryker Valentine Rose (NZ) (39:4-9-6): Laid out in straight
when 6¼ len 7th of 9 (1) $11.00 58.0 Game Up Hardy
1400m Racing.Com Park (Bm64) Soft(5) Nov 29.
Reasonable effort 3½ len 4th of 9 (7) $10.00 58.5
Mr Tipla 1422m Seymour (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 20.
Ran home respectably at Seymour at latest. Meeting easier opposition here. Expect will be prominent
from the decent draw. Rates highly.
2. HOWLING WOLF (Ms C Knight) 8g By Econsul
(NZ) - Rate The Choice (59:14-6-8): Kept grinding 1¾
len 5th of 7 (1) $5.50 75.0 Harvard Graduate 1300m
Yea Trophy Hcp Firm(2) Nov 17. Hampered at start
when hd 2nd of 7 (4) $8.00 56.5 Queue For Quality
1400m Geelong Hcp (58) Heavy(8) Dec 15. Veteran
who retains zest for racing. Finished well to place
here last start. Keep in mind.
3. QUEUE FOR QUALITY (Alan Hanrahan) 12g
By Elusive Quality (US) - Osprey (GB) (62:7-6-8):
Passed fit at barrier, shifted out in straight when
hd win of 7 (7) $14.00 58.0 Howling Wolf, Rock ‘em
Sock ‘em 1400m Geelong Hcp (58) Heavy(8) Dec 15.
Overraced early stages, vetted - no abnormalities
when 5½ len 6th of 10 (1) $7.00 60.0 Rosso Antico
1600m Colac Hcp (58) Good(4) Dec 22. Coming off
a modest run at Colac last outing. Good win two
starts back here. Drawn to receive every chance.
Can play a role.
4. AVOID THE RUSH (Rachel Samsonenko) 8m By
Rakti (GB) - Maccadons Dream (NZ) (19:3-1-2): Balanced up midfield when 8½ len 8th of 13 (10) $10.00
59.0 Hard Faith 1600m Moe (Bm58) Heavy(8) May
24. Hampered in straight when 1¼ len 4th of 11 (1)
$21.00 59.0 Pray For Us 1500m Bendigo (Bm58)
Soft(6) Dec 16. Worked home okay to finish close
to placegetters first-up. Fitter. One of the major
players.
5. BE INSTANT (D T O’Brien) 4m By O’Reilly (NZ)
- Splitsecond (NZ) (7:1-2-0): Jumped awkwardly
when ½ len win of 8 (8) $3.60 58.0 Tulpar, Mylex
1400m Racing.Com Park 3yo+ Mdn Soft(5) Nov 29.
Overraced early stages when 3½ len 8th of 10 (3)
$11.00 58.5 Esposito Gold 1600m M Valley 3yo+
F&M (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 7. Freshened. Battled
on fairly at Moonee Valley last time out. Assess on
strong performance at Racing.Com Park two starts
ago. Down in class. Can’t be taken lightly.
6. DREAMS ARE MADE OF (Andrew Campbell)
5g By Apologia - Princess Fontaine (8:1-0-0): Hung
out near 800m when 4¼ len 5th of 11 (1) $10.00
60.0 Equus D’Oro 1225m Geelong Hcp (58) Good(4)
Nov 10. Jumped awkwardly when 5¾ len 6th of 8
(6) $41.00 59.5 Covert Miss 1200m Terang (Bm58)
Good(3) Dec 12. Freshened. Went to line only fairly
in weaker class at Terang at latest. Tough alley. Could
sneak a place at odds.
7. PENINSULA BOY (M J Enright) 6g By Red Giant
(US) - Artesia (NZ) (23:2-4-5): Wide throughout
when 5¾ len 7th of 8 (6) $15.00 55.0 Etana 1462m
Kilmore (Bm64) Good(4) Nov 12. Overraced middle
stages when 3½ len 9th of 11 (3) $12.00 59.5 Pray For
Us 1500m Bendigo (Bm58) Soft(6) Dec 16. Far from
disgraced at Bendigo last start. Needs luck from out
there. Rough chance for minors.
8. SPUDFEST (G A Osborne) 4g By Artie Schiller (US) - Dalal (8:1-0-0): Hampered near 800m,
blocked for a run near 200m, vetted - no abnormalities when 5¼ len 9th of 12 (4) $14.00 59.5 Raid The
Cabinet 1500m Yarra Glen Hcp (58) Good(4) Dec
1. Ran wide near 1000m when 2¼ len 5th of 10 (9)
$4.80F 58.5 Eyes Are Bay 1450m Kyneton (Bm58)
Good(3) Dec 6. Freshened. Wasn’t all that far away
at Kyneton last outing. Place appeal only.
9. GIN ATOMIC (P A Preusker) 5m By Atomic Golden Vine (14:1-5-3): Wide throughout when 3½
len 4th of 12 (1) $4.40 57.0 Catch Us 1400m Hamilton (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 4. Positioned midfield
when ½ nk 2nd of 10 (4) $4.60 57.0 Halcyon 1400m
Horsham (Bm58) Heavy(10) Dec 16. Consistent of
late. Closed intently to just miss at Horsham last
time out. Take beating.
10. VALUE ABBEY (D Binaisse) 4m By Ad Valorem
(US) - Our Abbey (9:1-1-1): Settled midfield when
12¾ len 13th of 14 (1) $101.00 56.0 Spring Choice
1600m Mornington (Metro) 3yo Guineas Soft(5)
Mar 24. Stewards queried run, vetted - no abnormalities when 7½ len last of 9 (7) $9.50 54.5 Grand
Teton 1600m Werribee Bm58 Good(4) April 19.
First-up. Hard to make a case for.
RACE 7
4.30
(1733m)
1. CAN’T REFUSE (K T Bourke) 8g By Pentire (GB)
- Insistant (NZ) (36:6-2-3): Hampered near turn,
heat stress when 21½ len last of 10 (5) $101.00
56.5 Laure Me In 1600m Racing.Com Park (Metro)
(Bm70) Good(4) Dec 8. Well beaten 9¼ len last of 7
(7) $31.00 61.5 Mosh Music 1512m Geelong (Bm64)
Good(4) Dec 26. Needs to improve sharply. Unlikely
to trouble these.
2. SEUL SPIRIT (A H Parker) 9g By Seul Amour
(NZ) - That’s De Lago (67:8-4-11): Hampered on
straightening when 1¾ len 4th of 8 (7) $12.00 60.5
Naseeb 1600m Stawell (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 8.
Showed pace when len, 4¼ len 3rd of 8 (5) $17.00
60.5 Silverhawk, Diplomac Jack 1620m Werribee
(Bm64) Good(3) Dec 24. No match but whacked
away to place at Werribee at latest. Loves this track/
distance. Each-way chance.
3. CAREERING AWAY (John McArdle) 4g By Hard
Spun (US) - Miss Chard (16:2-5-4): Stewards queried
run when 2¼ len win of 8 (1) $1.45F 59.5 Biding Time,
Spirit Of Phoenix 1600m Tatura (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec
9. Blocked for a run on straightening, vetted - no
abnormalities, lost a plate when 3¾ len 10th of 13 (1)
$12.00 58.5 Tavistock Dancer 1800m C’field (Bm64)
Good(3) Dec 19. Fair effort without threatening at
Caulfield last start. Win two back had merit. Drops in
grade. Drawn to effect. Worth some thought.
4. 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. Slowly away (2L) when 6
len 4th of 7 (5) $4.20 57.5 Mosh Music 1512m Geelong (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 26. Average effort in same
class here last outing. Outside chance for multiples.
5. CHAPOUTIER (N A Blackiston) 4m By Mastercraftsman (IR) - Coventina (NZ) (10:1-1-1): Laid in
concluding stages when nk 2nd of 10 (3) $12.00 57.5
Roland Garros 1850m Kyneton Hcp (C1) Good(3)
Nov 16. Made up late ground for nk, sht nk 3rd of
11 (3) $6.00 56.5 Saucy Jack, Blue Bear 1800m Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 5. Freshened.
Right in the thick of it at Sandown-Hillside last time
out. Easier here. Drawn well. Worth including.
6. ADINA ROSE (Declan Maher) 4m By Ad Valorem
(US) - Petitions (10:1-2-2): Ridden on the speed ½ hd
2nd of 9 (6) $2.10F 59.5 Valeria Messalina 1500m
Mornington 3yo+ F&M (Bm58) Good(3) Nov 19.
Took up a midfield position when 3¼ len 7th of 10
(1) $8.00 58.5 Esposito Gold 1600m M Valley 3yo+
F&M (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 7. Freshened. Ran home
respectably at Moonee Valley at latest. Only a place
chance.
7. MADE ME SHIVER (D T O’Brien) 3f By Uncle Mo
(US) - Valhussle (5:1-1-1): First-up finished 1¼ len
win of 12 (1) $4.40 56.5 Oceanex, Emilyor 1500m
Yarra Glen 3yo+ F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec 1. Jumped
awkwardly, wide throughout when len 2nd of 9 (5)
$3.40F 58.5 Pierrless 1500m M Valley 3yo F (Bm64)
Soft(6) Dec 21. Consistent filly. Ran on well to place
at Moonee Valley last start. Will find this a bit easier.
Fitter third-up. Commands respect.
8. ROCK DOVE (James Cummings) 3f By Epaulette
- Pouter (6:1-1-1): Hampered at start when ¾ len win
of 7 (2) $3.70 57.0 Caravan, Necessitas 1400m Cranbourne 3yo F Mdn Good(4) Nov 30. Gave all for len,
¾ len 3rd of 9 (2) $12.00 59.0 Pierrless, Made Me
Shiver 1500m M Valley 3yo F (Bm64) Soft(6) Dec 21.
Handy galloper. Found line well to place at Moonee
Valley last outing. Back in easier class. Good draw.
Must be considered.
9. FOR ALL WE KNOW (Shay Keating) 5g By Hussonet (US) - Joyous Girl (29:2-3-4): Balanced up
midfield when 3¾ len 2nd of 9 (4) $5.00 57.5 Imperious 1700m Geelong Hcp (58) Heavy(8) Dec 15. Took
up a handy position in sht nk 2nd of 9 (5) $9.00 57.5
Pelonomena 1715m Geelong (Bm58) Good(3) Dec
26. On pace and fought on bravely to place here last
time out. Keep safe.
RACE 8
5.00
(1125m)
1. HIGH HOPPER (S Cooper) 8g By Gonski - Jumburran Star (23:4-5-2): Slowly away when 3 len 5th
of 8 (7) $17.00 58.5 Elite Drake 1200m M Valley
(Bm64) Good(3) Nov 16. Settled handy when 4¾ len
4th of 12 (8) $19.00 61.0 Warragul 1100m Wodonga
(Bm64) Good(3) Nov 30. Freshened. Formerly with
Ray Matthews. Just battled home in stronger class
at Wodonga at latest. Class drop helps. Among the
dangers.
2. DRAGON ARTIST (Ms C Knight) 8m By Town Of
Dragon - Gucciconi (46:4-6-6): Jumped awkwardly
when 7¼ len last of 11 (4) $61.00 55.5 River House
1000m Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(3) Dec
5. Slowly away when 3¾ len 4th of 7 (2) $26.00
58.5 Captain Crackerjak 1010m Werribee (Bm58)
Good(3) Dec 24. Battled on fairly at Werribee last
start. Getting fitter. Usually prominent. Has had
success around this circuit. Should be competitive.
3. SPARE CHANGE (Shane Stockdale) 3g By Reward For Effort - Rollon Rose (2:1-1-0): Overraced
throughout, laid in in straight when 3¾ len 2nd of
8 (4) $31.00 58.0 Rushford 1100m Traralgon 3yo
Mdn Soft(5) Dec 2. Wide throughout when ½ len
win of 6 (6) $2.90 58.0 Self Imposed, God’s Wonder 1000m Bairnsdale 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 19.
Charged through to score at Bairnsdale last outing.
Can figure.
4. CIVIL GUARD (J F Moloney) 5g By Artie Schiller (US) - Truth On Toe (13:1-6-1): Eased near 400m
when len win of 9 (1) $2.05F 58.5 Ruby’s Jewel,
Replay 1600m Moe 3yo+ Mdn Soft(6) Aug 30. Ran
wide early stages, inquiry into performance, vetted - no abnormalities when 8¼ len 11th of 12 (10)
$3.60F 60.0 Saveyourenthusiasm 1628m Moe
(Bm58) Soft(6) Sept 11. Resuming. Placed in Mdn
company at Moe first-up last campaign. Decent alley. Keep in mind.
5. DULETTE (John McArdle) 3g By Epaulette Davala (7:1-0-3): Tried hard when len, sht hd 3rd of 8
(3) $7.50 59.0 No Alibi, Solsay 1200m Geelong Synthetic (Bm58) Synthetic July 31. Positioned midfield
when 8¼ len 9th of 10 (6) $7.50 60.0 Raven’s Blaze
1000m Mornington (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 18. Will only
be fitter. Good gate. Not the roughest.
6. TYPHOON RUBI (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 4m
By Moshe - Rubijay (NZ) (5:1-1-0): Handily placed
when 1½ len 4th of 12 (3) $7.00 57.5 Greyworm
1400m Sandown-Lakeside 3yo (Bm64) Good(4)
July 18. Battled away for 2¾ len 6th of 10 (3) $8.00
57.5 One Hellofa Family 1400m Sandown-Lakeside
(Bm64) Good(4) Aug 5. Fitter for sht ½ hd, 5 len 3rd
Dry Creek Road, First Watch 850m Tatura barrier
trial Soft(6) Dec 11. First-up. Won in Mdn company
at Werribee first-up last campaign. Back to weaker
company. Include among the better chances.
7. GANGIKA (J P Salanitri) 3f By Sepoy - River
Woman (4:1-1-0): Stewards queried run when ½ len
2nd of 8 (8) $9.00 55.0 Don’t Doubt Maeve 1300m
Swan Hill 2yo Swp Heavy(9) June 8. Jumped awkwardly when 4½ len 6th of 8 (5) $9.00 58.0 Du Well
1000m Sandown-Hillside 3yo F (Bm64) Good(3)
Dec 12. Freshened. Coming off a modest run in
stronger company at Sandown-Hillside first-up.
Won second-up last campaign. Drawn favourably.
Each-way chance.
8. FERGIE (James Wardeiner) 3f By Unencumbered
- Legal Union (2:1-0-0): Laid in in straight when ¾
len win of 9 (9) $7.00 54.0 Toffee Bell, Little Robyn
1000m Naracoorte 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Oct 1. Not
flash in 6½ len 7th of 10 (4) $7.50 55.5 Raven’s Blaze
1000m Mornington (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 18. Went to
line only fairly in same company at Mornington last
time out. Place makes best appeal.
9. FREE SETTLER (Ms N Shelton) 5m By Bushranger (IR) - Lottacosta (NZ) (10:1-2-1): Didn’t offer much
when 7 len 4th of 7 (4) $7.00 58.5 Narelle 1300m
Cranbourne (Bm58) Heavy(8) Nov 6. Wide throughout, laid out on straightening when 4¾ len 4th of
8 (7) $5.50 58.0 Saturation 1208m Moe (Bm58)
Good(3) Nov 11. Returning from let-up. Average effort this grade at Moe at latest. Keep safe.
10. TYPHOOMERANG (C Maher & D Eustace) 3f By
Zoffany (IR) - La Primavera (IR) (3:1-0-0): On return
from break finished 4 len win of 4 (3) $1.60F 55.0 De
Vonic, Doug’s Journey 1200m Mildura 3yo+ Mdn
Heavy(9) Nov 6. Wide throughout, laid in in straight
when 6¾ len 8th of 10 (4) $6.00 55.0 Forbid Me Not
1100m Ararat (Bm58) Good(4) Nov 25. Freshened.
Just battled home in weaker company at Ararat last
start. Faces stronger opposition now. Not expected
to threaten.
11. GALILEO’S JOURNEY (R J Linnell) 5g By Good
Journey (US) - Galileo’s Goblet (22:2-0-0): Settled
midfield when 13¾ len 10th of 11 (4) $81.00 56.5
Equus D’Oro 1225m Geelong Hcp (58) Good(4) Nov
10. Overraced early, middle stages when 21½ len last
of 10 (9) $101.00 52.0 Rosso Antico 1600m Colac
Hcp (58) Good(4) Dec 22. Struggling to make an
impression. Has come up with a horror draw. This
looks too hard.
TOWNSVILLE RACES twilight
• 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: True
RACE 1 Hygain Release Hcp
1200m 2.50 EQ1
$19,000. 3yo Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
1
7 QUEZMAR 1
Ms N Summers
59
$11.0
2 0s43 JACK REACHER h 7
F Edwards
58
3.20
3
RISING BOOM 2
C Whiteley
57.5 *2.70
4 6000 SHARP ARROW 4
S Pawsey
57 26.00
5 0s37 CRAIGLEA CELERIO 10 D Hayse
56.5 41.00
6 560 DENMAN ‘N’ LACE h 5
R Mc Mahon
56 11.00
7 s345 ARTE ET MARTE h 3
Ms A Thomson (a2) 55.5 4.40
8 00s TENAKA h 9
Ms N Nelson
55.5 41.00
9 306s TOY h 6
P Cullen
55.5 21.00
10 69s7 CHAUSIE 8
Ms R Shred (a3)
54 17.00
RISING BOOM 1, Jack Reacher 2, Arte Et Marte 3, Denman ‘n’ Lace 4.
RACE 2 Happy Birthday Merle 1000m 3.25 EQ2
$19,000. Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
1
HE’S STIRLING h 1
Ms B Thomson
59
4.60
2 4442 STRYKINGLY SO 11
N Day
56 *2.80
3
0 TRIX 4
A Thompson (a3) 56 34.00
4 609s HOLOGRAM 3
Justin P Stanley
55.5 8.00
5 s09s BASK IN GLORY 5
Ms C Jokic
54 15.00
6 7345 CINEMATOGRAPHY 7
Ms R Payne
54
7.00
7 9608 CRAIGLEA TREACLE 12 D Hayse
54 51.00
8 4763 EXPERIENCED 2
F Edwards
54
9.00
9 998s GROUP SESSION 6
C Whiteley
54 34.00
10 9883 POWER ‘N’ DESIGN b 8 Ms N Nelson
54
9.00
11 s4s7 RED FACETS 10
S Pawsey
54 11.00
D Simmons
54 51.00
12 2849 STRADIFY 9
STRYKINGLY SO 1, He’s Stirling 2, Cinematography 3, Hologram 4.
RACE 3 Happy New Year Hcp 1000m 4.05 EQ3
$19,000. Open. Apprentices can claim.
1 s459 SPORTING PAGE dw 1
Justin P Stanley
60.5
2 8258 RIVARIVA tcwh 6
N Day
55.5
3 s146 TUSCAN FALLS cdw 2
Ms R Payne
54.5
4 4248 MORE THAN A SONG tc 4 A Thompson (a3) 54
54
5 s408 AROUND THE MOON tdw 3 Ms B Thomson
54
6 4056 DON’T PLAY AROUND dw 5 C Whiteley
TUSCAN FALLS 1, More Than A Song 2, Don’t Play Around 3,
Sporting Page 4.
8.00
13.00
*2.30
3.60
17.00
3.60
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (8) Tenaka blinkers on first time; (10) Chausie
brushing boots hind off first time, tongue-tie on first
time
RACE 2: (3) Trix winkers on first time; (6) Cinematography blinkers off first time, tongue-tie off first time;
(11) Red Facets winkers on first time
RACE 3: (6) Don’t Play Around blinkers on again
RACE 4: (2) Jetintoit tail chain off first time; (4) Fine
‘N’ Devine winkers on first time; (6) Dancing Diva
tongue-tie on again; (7) Countless Rock bandages
front off first time, tendon boots front on again
RACE 5: (8) Tokarev bandages hind off again; (10)
Presidential Joy tongue control bit off first time,
tongue-tie on again
RACE 6: (9) Craiglea Simmo gelded
RACE 7: (7) Valuate pacifiers on first time, tongue-tie
off first time, visors off first time
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 2043m. STRAIGHT: 400m. DIRECTION: Anti-clockwise. LEADING JOCKEY (with rides):
Jordan Childs (9 wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER
(with runners): D K Weir (22 wins past 12 mths). FAVS
RECORD (past 3 yrs): 31.72% Win 35.59% place. BEST
BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1100m (1)-16wins. TRAINER
CHANGES: R8 (1) was trained by Ray Matthews now S
Cooper.
RACE 4 Wedding Venues
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: BR
1000m 4.40 EQ4
$19,000. Benchmark 60. Apprentices can claim.
1 2381 EXCEEDINGLY KOOL dwn 4 A Thompson (a3) 60.5 *3.80
2 580s JETINTOIT dwn 9
Ms C Jokic
60 11.00
3 4627 FLYING ONE MORE dw 10 Justin P Stanley
59.5 13.00
4 740s FINE ‘N’ DEVINE t 8
Ms A Thomson (a2) 57.5 13.00
5 6s4s BRAVE BOW th 3
Ms B Thomson
56.5 6.00
6 5s85 DANCING DIVA tcw 6
P Cullen
56.5 8.00
7 5811 COUNTLESS ROCK dw 2 SCRATCHED
55
—
8 s10s STELLA EFFORT dw 1
S Wilson
55 17.00
9 5625 MISS ESTER 5
C Whiteley
54.5 7.00
10 6699 STOLE THE SHOW 11
Ms N Nelson
54 26.00
11 7217 WILL SHE APPEAL d 7
S Pawsey
54
9.00
EXCEEDINGLY KOOL 1, Brave Bow 2, Miss Ester 3, Will She Appeal 4.
RACE 5 TTC Membership
1200m 5.15
Q1
$19,000. Rating 55. Apprentices can claim.
1 6619 KAHUNA 4
Ms A Thomson (a2)
2 3774 ADMIRAL RUFF dw 8
Ms R Payne
3 736s MAKARIOS dw 10
A Thompson (a3)
4 210s SIEGE OF ENNIS 1
Ms H English (a1.5)
5 466s ROSCOMMON h 7
R Mc Mahon
6 2346 DEACON BLACK t 12
Ms B Thomson
7 6151 ZOOKS cd 2
D Simmons
8 9018 TOKAREV d 3
Ms N Summers
9 3433 HYPER DRIVE 9
Ms C Jokic
10 20s0 PRESIDENTIAL JOY 5
S Wilson
11 00s8 SARABAH 11
C Whiteley
Ms N Nelson
12 7125 DUTCH TWIST 6
ZOOKS 1, Makarios 2, Hyper Drive 3, Admiral Ruff 4.
59
58.5
58.5
57.5
56.5
56
56
55.5
55
55
54
54
11.00
7.00
5.50
7.00
26.00
11.00
*4.20
11.00
6.50
26.00
21.00
15.00
RACE 6 Aust. Day Racing At Cluden 1200m 5.50 DD1 Q2
$19,000. Rating 55. Apprentices can claim.
1 0s12 AMULETO d 10
N Day
59
2 6981 MEXICAN MOUNTAIN d 4 S Sheargold
59
3 6492 KENNYNOPAS tch 1
Ms B Thomson
58.5
4 0041 SAMBA RIO c 3
P Cullen
58
5 s41s LILY’S PRINCE d 12
S Wilson
56.5
6 5445 ROSE CLIP w 5
S Pawsey
56.5
7 4132 LADY MIRABELLA b 7
Justin P Stanley
56
8 5387 GOING GREY dw 11
D Simmons
55.5
9 857s CRAIGLEA SIMMO t 8
D Hayse
55
10 3904 PARK HUSSLER twh 2
Ms C Jokic
55
11 9s0s GOOD JUDGE wh 9
F Edwards
54
12 0s93 ARNHEM BEAUTY 6
A Thompson (a3) 54
LADY MIRABELLA 1, Samba Rio 2, Park Hussler 3, Lily’s Prince 4.
RACE 7 Townsville Bulletin
8.00
8.00
11.00
*5.50
8.00
8.00
*5.50
21.00
34.00
6.00
51.00
11.00
1200m 6.25 Q3
$19,000. Class 4. Apprentices can claim.
1 4231 LET’S GO TO RIO dn 8
Ms C Jokic
2 80s2 SALESMAN w 7
S Pawsey
3 1213 SUPER SHOES d 4
N Day
4 1133 ESCADAY 6
Justin P Stanley
5 328s PRETTY VACANT twh 12 R Mc Mahon
6 1108 PRICKLES 1
D Hayse
7 316s VALUATE tcw 9
C Whiteley
8 2515 FEMALE OFFICER cdw 10 S Wilson
9 0786 ESPRIT LIGHT d 2
Ms H English (a1.5)
10 5s97 MOLONGLE HERO d 5
A Thompson (a3)
11 5s9s SOLAR BRAVO w 11
Ms N Nelson
12 9s0s GOOD JUDGE wh 3
SCRATCHED
SALESMAN 1, Escaday 2, Let’s Go To Rio 3, Super Shoes 4.
59.5
59.5
58.5
55.5
55
55
54
54
54
54
54
54
5.00
*4.60
5.50
*4.60
13.00
17.00
6.50
13.00
17.00
21.00
51.00
—
RACE 8 Race Into Summer 1400m 6.57 DD2 Q4
$19,000. Class 2 SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 5453 DONAVIA dwh 5
Ms C Jokic
59
2 8315 TWICE THE STYLE tdw 4 Ms A Thomson (a2) 59
3 7863 BALLERDEE BOB d 13
A Thompson (a3) 57.5
4 4642 BOLD SAM d 1
D Simmons
57.5
5 2313 EUCHARIST th 10
R Mc Mahon
57.5
6 3722 FLYING FERO b 7
D Hayse
57.5
7 3917 NAUGHTY CORNER h 14 Ms R Shred (a3)
57.5
8 2354 RANGERZANE w 3
C Whiteley
57.5
9 s641 SHARP DIAMOND d 2
N Day
57.5
10 4644 TRY BEFORE DUBAI h 11 Ms B Thomson
57.5
11 7444 ABBA ORIGINAL 8
S Wilson
55.5
Ms N Summers
55.5
12 5616 FLYING DUBAI 6
13 9862 LIGHT UP VEGAS dw 9 S Sheargold
55.5
14 5614 SALLY’S SPIRIT c 15
Ms N Nelson
55.5
15 5s28 UNCHARTERED d 12
S Pawsey
55.5
LIGHT UP VEGAS 1, Bold Sam 2, Twice The Style 3, Eucharist 4.
8.00
7.00
15.00
6.50
7.00
7.00
51.00
15.00
13.00
26.00
34.00
34.00
*4.60
15.00
41.00
38 RACING
THURSDAY JANUARY 3 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
TABFORM
RACE 1 2yo Fillies Maiden Plate
1125m 1.30
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3.
4.
5.
FORM
4
HORSE
DRAW
BELLA CHICA
4
BETTER HARDEN UP
1
63tFAVOURITE THINGS
6
INZAGHI
3
LA TENE
7
MADEIRA BAY
2
RECOGNISE
5
6.
Nick Quinn
Terry Clifton
1
5 LA TENE
3 Favourite Things
7 Recognise
2 Better Harden Up
3 FAVOURITE THINGS
7 Recognise
4 Inzaghi
1 Bella Chica
3 FAVOURITE THINGS
2 Better Harden Up
7 Recognise
1 Bella Chica
3 FAVOURITE THINGS
5 La Tene
4 Inzaghi
7 Recognise
3 FAVOURITE THINGS
7 Recognise
5 La Tene
2 Better Harden Up
WGT
57 $16.00
57
4.80
57
*3.00
57
6.50
57
4.80
57
16.00
57
4.80
2
4 AUGUSTA HUSSY
1 Clever George
5 Chorus
7 Hello Anna
4 AUGUSTA HUSSY
5 Chorus
7 Hello Anna
1 Clever George
4 AUGUSTA HUSSY
1 Clever George
5 Chorus
7 Hello Anna
4 AUGUSTA HUSSY
5 Chorus
10 Stiller’s Ear
1 Clever George
4 AUGUSTA HUSSY
5 Chorus
1 Clever George
10 Stiller’s Ear
3
5 MASLOW
8 Starouz
2 Dogmatic
1 Candescence
12 GOLDIFOX
5 Maslow
8 Starouz
1 Candescence
12 GOLDIFOX
2 Dogmatic
5 Maslow
8 Starouz
12 GOLDIFOX
2 Dogmatic
4 Malevolent
5 Maslow
2 DOGMATIC
12 Goldifox
4 Malevolent
5 Maslow
1125m 2.00
4
5 KRONACH
4 Coherence
9 Enrico Pallazzo
2 Arlington Way
7 PERISCOPE
9 Enrico Pallazzo
12 Sunday Afternoon
10 Danubian
9 ENRICO PALLAZZO
7 Periscope
4 Coherence
8 Storm Train
9 ENRICO PALLAZZO
4 Coherence
7 Periscope
2 Arlington Way
9 ENRICO PALLAZZO
4 Coherence
5 Kronach
8 Storm Train
5
2 MIESZKO
3 Miss Adequate
4 Outroar
5 Bemboka Queen
1 MILLIE THE MISSILE
3 Miss Adequate
2 Mieszko
4 Outroar
3 MISS ADEQUATE
2 Mieszko
1 Millie The Missile
4 Outroar
2 MIESZKO
3 Miss Adequate
4 Outroar
1 Millie The Missile
2 MIESZKO
3 Miss Adequate
4 Outroar
1 Millie The Missile
6
2 HOWLING WOLF
4 Avoid The Rush
9 Gin Atomic
3 Queue For Quality
5 BE INSTANT
1 Muccino
4 Avoid The Rush
9 Gin Atomic
5 BE INSTANT
1 Muccino
9 Gin Atomic
8 Spudfest
5 BE INSTANT
9 Gin Atomic
2 Howling Wolf
1 Muccino
9 GIN ATOMIC
1 Muccino
4 Avoid The Rush
5 Be Instant
7
7 MADE ME SHIVER
8 Rock Dove
3 Careering Away
5 Chapoutier
7 MADE ME SHIVER
8 Rock Dove
3 Careering Away
9 For All We Know
7 MADE ME SHIVER
8 Rock Dove
3 Careering Away
5 Chapoutier
7 MADE ME SHIVER
5 Chapoutier
3 Careering Away
8 Rock Dove
7 MADE ME SHIVER
8 Rock Dove
3 Careering Away
5 Chapoutier
8
6 TYPHOON RUBI
3 Spare Change
9 Free Settler
4 Civil Guard
7 GANGIKA
6 Typhoon Rubi
5 Dulette
4 Civil Guard
6 TYPHOON RUBI
7 Gangika
5 Dulette
4 Civil Guard
4 CIVIL GUARD
6 Typhoon Rubi
8 Fergie
1 High Hopper
6 TYPHOON RUBI
1 High Hopper
4 Civil Guard
2 Dragon Artist
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Bella Chica overraced concluding stages BED Dec 16.
4yo & up Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $19,250; 2nd $6300; 3rd $3150; 4th $1750;
5th $1050. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
FORM
723s2
68s85
00s45
2s
4s925
5590s
3s4s
69s38
8076s
489s
3.
4.
5.
HORSE
DRAW
CLEVER GEORGE h
2
IAMBIFIER
6
STAR SELECTION
3
AUGUSTA HUSSY h
5
CHORUS
7
COLONIAL GAL
1
HELLO ANNA
9
JUNGLE ROSE
4
LADY OF PRESENCE
8
STILLER’S EAR b
10
6.
7.
8.
TRAINER
V L Malady
K G McCartin
Geon Singh
L & T Corstens
Symon Wilde
B T Malanczyn
Rhiannon Schiffer
Alan Hanrahan
R J Besanko
Luke Oliver
9.
EQ2
10.
JOCKEY
J Fry
B Allen (a)
J Bowditch
C Douglas
D Thornton
J Baldock
L Currie
Ms N Beriman
C Symons
Martin Seidl
WGT
58.5
58.5
58.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
5.50
14.00
26.00
*3.40
*3.40
67.00
10.00
14.00
41.00
7.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Clever George slowly away TER Dec 12. 2. Iambifier laid out on straightening TER Dec 12. 3. Star Selection slowly away, overraced early stages, checked near 400m WER
Dec 24. 5. Chorus overraced early, middle stages COL Dec 22. 8. Jungle Rose slowly away COL Dec
22.
RACE 3 Piano Bar Plate
1325m 2.30
EQ3
3yo Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $19,250; 2nd $6300; 3rd $3150; 4th $1750;
5th $1050. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
8.
9.
FORM
1
63s
2
4s4
3
4 35s48
5 40s25
6
67
7
5
8
9 s734s
10
11
0s3
12 223s3
13
3
3.
10.
4.
11.
5.
12.
HORSE
DRAW
CANDESCENCE
6
DOGMATIC b
13
LIVING THE DREAM
12
MALEVOLENT
4
MASLOW h
10
SHEET LIGHTNING
1
SIR GAWAIN
3
STAROUZ
5
SUBRUNNER
2
TOWER ROAD
9
CHAMINADE
7
GOLDIFOX
11
PINYIN
8
6.
7.
JOCKEY
D Thornton
R Bayliss
D Yendall
B Allen (a)
J Winks
C Douglas
J Fry
M Walker
L Currie
Ms L Meech
J Childs
S Baster
SCRATCHED
WGT
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
56
56
56
41.00
*3.60
15.00
8.50
8.50
19.00
15.00
10.00
15.00
19.00
15.00
4.80
—
STEWARDS REPORT: 6. Sheet Lightning respiratory issues SHS Dec 12. 7. Sir Gawain jumped
awkwardly, shifted out in straight SEY Dec 20. 11. Chaminade shifted in near 100m MOV Dec 14.
13. Pinyin slowly away, hampered on straightening MOE Dec 14.
RACE 4 Portarlington Grand Hotel Plate
2240m 3.00
3yo & up Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $19,250; 2nd $6300; 3rd $3150; 4th $1750;
5th $1050. Apprentices can claim.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
FORM
37s77
s6073
95775
54428
8s025
84845
43255
4s863
56242
s3334
85549
3s96
0
HORSE
DRAW
AMERICANEER
12
ARLINGTON WAY
3
BADGE OF HONOUR
13
COHERENCE b
4
KRONACH
9
LIKE YOU LOOK
8
PERISCOPE b
5
STORM TRAIN
11
ENRICO PALLAZZO
6
DANUBIAN
1
MISSISSIPPI GRACE
7
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
2
TEXAN LASS
10
RACE 7 Batman Bellarine Cup
»Rail: Out 6m.
»Track: Soft (5)
»TAB First 4: All races
EQ4
7.
RACE 6 Kids Plus Foundation
TRAINER
R D Griffiths
G Eurell
P & C Hyland
D K Weir
S A Dwyer
Ms B Simpson
D K Weir
R J Besanko
L & T Corstens
Murray Johnson
Ms D Clover
N A Blackiston
J T Conlan
RACE 5 Portarlington Beach Motel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
FORM
30190
120s3
056s5
288s2
0406s
966s6
96952
3.
4.
5.
HORSE
DRAW
MILLIE THE MISSILE dw 5
MIESZKO d
6
MISS ADEQUATE cwb
7
OUTROAR
3
BEMBOKA QUEEN th
4
CADABRA n
1
VIV SAID NO d
2
6.
1525m 4.00
Benchmark 58. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $19,250; 2nd $6300; 3rd $3150; 4th $1750;
5th $1050. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
FORM
0s874
31452
07216
518s4
s2718
s5856
s7379
4s195
s4342
6109s
3.
4.
5.
HORSE
DRAW
MUCCINO cwn
2
HOWLING WOLF dwhn 7
QUEUE FOR QUALITY tw 1
AVOID THE RUSH cwh
5
BE INSTANT wn
8
DREAMS ARE MADE OF wh 10
PENINSULA BOY t
9
SPUDFEST b
3
GIN ATOMIC
6
VALUE ABBEY d
4
6.
7.
8.
TRAINER
Byron Cozamanis
Ms C Knight
Alan Hanrahan
Rachel Samsonenko
D T O’Brien
Andrew Campbell
M J Enright
G A Osborne
P A Preusker
D Binaisse
9.
10.
JOCKEY
T Nugent (a1.5)
Alana Kelly (a3)
J Benbow
C Symons
D Thornton
Ms G Cartwright (a)
M Walker
Ms L Meech
J Childs
P Moloney
WGT
61
59.5
59.5
59
59
59
59
58.5
57
57
*4.80
8.00
8.00
*4.80
6.50
19.00
19.00
14.00
*4.80
41.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Howling Wolf hampered at start GEE Dec 15. 3. Queue For Quality overraced early stages, vetted - no abnormalities COL Dec 22. 4. Avoid The Rush hampered in straight
BED Dec 16. 5. Be Instant overraced early stages MOV Dec 7. 6. Dreams Are Made Of jumped awkwardly TER Dec 12. 7. Peninsula Boy overraced middle stages BED Dec 16. 8. Spudfest ran wide
near 1000m KYN Dec 6.
JOCKEY
Martin Seidl
J Noonan
T Nugent (a1.5)
B Allen (a)
Ms N Beriman
D Stackhouse
D Yendall
C Symons
S Baster
J Keating
SCRATCHED
C Robertson
Ms L Meech
WGT
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
55
11.00
7.00
26.00
*4.60
8.50
26.00
11.00
7.00
*4.60
11.00
—
15.00
81.00
1525m 3.30
RACE 1: (5) La Tene, (6) Madeira Bay lugging bit on first time; (7) Recognise blinkers on first time, lugging bit on first time, tongue-tie on first time
RACE 2: (2) Iambifier lugging bit on first time; (3) Star Selection cross-over
noseband on first time, norton bit off first time; (5) Chorus blinkers on first
time, winkers off first time; (7) Hello Anna ear muffs pre-race only on first
time; (8) Jungle Rose blinkers on first time
RACE 3: (2) Dogmatic blinkers on again, cross-over noseband off first time;
(3) Living The Dream tongue-tie on first time; (8) Starouz, (12) Goldifox
blinkers on first time; (9) Subrunner blinkers on first time, tongue-tie on
first time
RACE 4: (4) Coherence tongue-tie on first time; (10) Danubian,(11)
Mississippi Grace blinkers off first time, visors on first time; (12) Sunday
Afternoon winkers on first time
RACE 5: (2) Mieszko blinkers off first time; (6) Cadabra blinkers on again,
tongue-tie on first time
RACE 6: (7) Peninsula Boy cross-over noseband on first time, tongue-tie
off first time
RACE 7: (6) Adina Rose blinkers off first time, visors on first time
RACE 8: (5) Dulette, (10) Typhoomerang blinkers on first time
Benchmark 64. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $19,250; 2nd $6300; 3rd $3150; 4th $1750;
5th $1050. Apprentices can claim.
2.
1.
GEAR CHANGES
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Americaneer blocked for run concluding stages SEY Dec 20. 4. Coherence wide throughout SEY Dec 20. 5. Kronach jumped awkwardly SEY Dec 20. 7. Periscope heat
stress WER Dec 24. 8. Storm Train hung in in straight SEY Dec 20. 10. Danubian overraced middle
stages SEY Dec 20.
1.
1733m 4.30
Benchmark 64. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $19,250; 2nd $6300; 3rd $3150; 4th $1750;
5th $1050. Apprentices can claim.
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.
TRAINER
Ellerton & Zahra
James Cummings
D K Weir
D K Weir
Heath Conners
N A Blackiston
J F Moloney
M G Price
S J Richards
D T O’Brien
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
L & T Corstens
J T Conlan
2.
THE FILES
»Daily Double: Races 6 and 8
»Early Quaddie: 1, 2, 3, 4
»Quaddie: 5, 6, 7, 8
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
LEGEND
13.
1.
on SKY1
Chris Vernuccio
JOCKEY
J Noonan
D Yendall
M Walker
S Baster
C Williams
J Childs
L Currie
RACE 2 Bellarine Times Plate
TAB CODE: MR
Leo Schlink
EQ1
7.
TRAINER
Byron Cozamanis
D K Weir
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
Anthony Freedman
James Cummings
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
Tony McEvoy
races today
Ray Thomas
2yo Fillies Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $19,250; 2nd $6300; 3rd $3150; 4th $1750;
5th $1050. Apprentices can claim.
1.
Geelong
7.
TRAINER
Luke Oliver
Ellerton & Zahra
D T O’Brien
Matthew Cumani
Heath Conners
N A Blackiston
Shay Keating
JOCKEY
D Stackhouse
C Symons
D Thornton
J Childs
T Germaine (a3)
J Bowditch
J Noonan
WGT
60
8.50
59.5 *2.10
58
2.80
58
6.00
57.5 31.00
56
16.00
55
31.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Millie The Missile blocked for run on straightening CAU Dec 19. 3. Miss
Adequate stewards queried run, poor post-race recovery WER Dec 9. 6. Cadabra slowly away,
blocked for run near turn WER Dec 9. 7. Viv Said No slowly away GEE Dec 26.
Note: Official start times correct at time of printing.
GEELONG
COMMENT
RACE 1
1.30
(1125m)
1. BELLA CHICA (Byron Cozamanis) 2f By Sizzling
- Balmoral Baby (1:0-0-0): Overraced concluding
stages when 2½ len 4th of 6 (4) $11.00 57.0 Tasman’s Reward 1000m Bendigo 2yo F Mdn Soft(6)
Dec 16. Far from disgraced at Bendigo debut. Place
appeal only.
2. BETTER HARDEN UP (D K Weir) 2f By All Too
Hard - Yalatif (0:0-0-0): First start. No public trials. From leading stable. Drawn well. Bears close
watching.
3. FAVOURITE THINGS (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig)
2f By Snitzel - Cadazzle (US) (2:0-0-1): Settled midfield
when first-up 3¾ len 6th of 11 (3) $15.00 55.0 Brooklyn
Hustle 1000m M Valley 2yo Plate Good(3) Dec 1. Made
up good ground when 1½ len, ¾ len 3rd of 8 (8) $8.50
55.0 Yes Yes Yes, Absolute Flirt 1100m F’ton 2yo Plate
Soft(5) Dec 15. Closed intently from well back to place
at Flemington at latest. Rates highly.
4. INZAGHI (Anthony Freedman) 2f By Sizzling Chieti (0:0-0-0): First start. Not seen at public trials.
Prefer to see at this stage.
5. LA TENE (James Cummings) 2f By Helmet - Celts (0:00-0): First start. Hasn’t officially trialled. Big watch.
6. MADEIRA BAY (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 2f By
Not A Single Doubt - Zapurb (0:0-0-0): First start.
Prepared for debut with len, 4 len 3rd Andrassy Avenue, Biscara 1000m Wodonga barrier trial Soft(5)
Sept 11. Trials: (1:0-0-1). Prefer to see at this stage.
7. RECOGNISE (Tony McEvoy) 2f By Zoustar - Special Favour (0:0-0-0): First start. Kicks off without a
trial. Bears close watching.
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TRAINER
K T Bourke
A H Parker
John McArdle
J P Salanitri
N A Blackiston
Declan Maher
D T O’Brien
James Cummings
Shay Keating
JOCKEY
C Robertson
D Yendall
D Stackhouse
P Moloney
J Bowditch
Ms L Meech
D Thornton
C Williams
J Noonan
WGT
60.5
60.5
58.5
57
56.5
56
55.5
55.5
55
31.00
10.00
6.50
18.00
6.50
18.00
*2.70
4.80
10.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 3. Careering Away blocked for run on straightening, vetted - no abnormalities, lost a plate CAU Dec 19. 4. Sheer Madness slowly away (2L) GEE Dec 26. 7. Made Me Shiver
jumped awkwardly, wide throughout MOV Dec 21.
RACE 8 Benchmark 58 Handicap
1125m 5.00
Benchmark 58. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $19,250; 2nd $6300; 3rd $3150; 4th $1750;
5th $1050. Apprentices can claim.
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TRAINER
S Cooper
Ms C Knight
Shane Stockdale
J F Moloney
John McArdle
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
J P Salanitri
James Wardeiner
Ms N Shelton
C Maher & D Eustace
R J Linnell
JOCKEY
T Germaine (a3)
Ms G Cartwright (a)
C Douglas
L Currie
D Stackhouse
M Walker
J Childs
Ms N Beriman
H Grace (a2)
T Nugent (a1.5)
Alana Kelly (a3)
WGT
63.5
61
60.5
60
60
60
59.5
58.5
58
57
54
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7.00
10.00
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10.00
17.00
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26.00
81.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Dragon Artist slowly away WER Dec 24. 3. Spare Change wide throughout BAI Dec 19. 7. Gangika jumped awkwardly SHS Dec 12. 9. Free Settler wide throughout, laid out
on straightening MOE Nov 11. 10. Typhoomerang wide throughout, laid in in straight ARA Nov 25.
11. Galileo’s Journey overraced early, middle stages COL Dec 22.
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 2043m. STRAIGHT: 400m. DIRECTION: Anti-clockwise.
LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): Jordan Childs (9 wins past 12 mths). LEADING
TRAINER (with runners): D K Weir (22 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD
(past 3 yrs): 31.72% Win 35.59% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1100m
(1)-16wins. TRAINER CHANGES: R8 (1) was trained by Ray Matthews now S
Cooper.
RACE 2
2.00
(1125m)
1. CLEVER GEORGE (V L Malady) 5g By Skilled Georgia Miss (11:0-5-2): Passed fit at barrier, laid in
during race, blocked for a run in straight when 4½
len, sht ½ hd 3rd of 8 (6) $2.70F 58.5 Juanito Uvez,
Classy Rebel 1100m Geelong Synthetic 2yo+ Mdn
Synthetic May 22. Slowly away when ¾ len 2nd of
9 (9) $4.20 58.5 Cherax 1000m Terang 3yo+ Mdn
Good(4) Dec 12. Freshened. Closed from well back
to fill the minors at Terang first-up. Nice gate. Can’t
be taken lightly.
2. IAMBIFIER (K G McCartin) 6g By Astronomer
Royal (US) - Roman Verse (4:0-0-0): Resumed with
7 len 8th of 11 (1) $151.00 58.5 Spielberg 1000m Ballarat 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Oct 3. Laid out on straightening when 2½ len 5th of 9 (5) $41.00 58.5 Cherax
1000m Terang 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 12. Freshened. Wasn’t all that far away at Terang last start.
Outside chance for multiples.
3. STAR SELECTION (Geon Singh) 6g By Time Thief Star Plume (7:0-0-0): Overraced early stages, ran wide
early stages when 7 len 4th of 7 (6) $41.00 58.5 Bold Type
1000m Cranbourne 3yo+ Mdn Soft(6) Dec 15. Slowly
away, over-raced early stages, checked near 400m when
2¾ len 5th of 6 (4) $51.00 58.5 Miss Prestigious 1010m
Werribee 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 24. Faces a task.
4. AUGUSTA HUSSY (L & T Corstens) 4m By Rockaroundtheclock - Sweet Hussy (1:0-1-0): Took up a
handy position in debut 2¾ len 2nd of 10 (1) $7.50
58.0 Sundarbans 1000m Geelong Synthetic 2yo+
F&M Mdn Synthetic July 31. First-up. More experienced following debut. One of the major players.
5. CHORUS (Symon Wilde) 4m By Snitzel - Cherokee Echo (US) (7:0-2-0): Overraced early, middle
stages, laid in in straight when len 2nd of 8 (4)
$2.90 58.0 Bel Robbie 1100m Ararat 3yo+ F&M
Mdn Good(4) Dec 11. Overraced early, middle stages
when 3½ len 5th of 10 (3) $6.00 56.5 Campo 1200m
Colac 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 22. Take beating.
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ELLOUS RIVALRY
Village the place for
food, music and fun
PINK MENU
DERRICK KRUSCHE
THE Pink Test will have more on
offer than ever before this year
when a free precinct opens outside
the SCG.
Offering food, music and
entertainment, the Pink Village will
run from 9.30am to 7pm from
January 3 to 5.
Located outside Gate E, some of
Sydney’s most promising DJs and
music acts will play, including
Oberon Lane, DJ Hughy Lewis, Luxee
Duo, DJ Feline and Luke Zanc Trio.
Food will be provided by Sydney
eateries such as Nel., Agape
Organic, Chatkazz, Chur Burger
and Bodega.
All of them will create a signature
pink dish for the occasion and food
vendors will donate $1 from each
dish to the McGrath Foundation.
“The atmosphere is going to be
incredible, I think it will add
something to make it even bigger
and better,” cricket legend Glenn
McGrath said.
“People can come along to the
village who don’t watch cricket and
enjoy themselves. It’s moving
outside the SCG and getting even
bigger. It would do well as a standalone, but when it’s aligned with the
Test match and the foundation, I’m
really excited about it.”
McGrath said one of the reasons
the Pink Test was successful was
because it appealed to women
and families.
“Sport is a great medium that
crosses all boundaries,” he said.
CRICKET BALL - $12
s
Deep fried ice cream with choice of sauce
and edible moss
AGAPE ORGANIC - $15
Grass fed beef vindaloo curry, slaw, pink
mint yoghurt, pink ancient grain
rice, royal red quinoa
ORGANIC SHORT RIBS
& POTATO SALAD - $15
Slow braised beef short ribs, pink potato
salad, radish, pickles
PAPDI CHAAT - $8
made of plain flour crisp and topped with
potato, chickpeas, sweet and green
chutney and chilled sweet yoghurt on top
“It doesn’t matter what race,
religion, class or sex you are.
“Sport is something that can bring
everyone together and when it is
combined with a charity you never
know what can be created.”
From lunchtime on day two, visit
the village’s merchandise stands.
You can kit yourself out in pink
McGrath Foundation merchandise,
including polo shirts, caps, bucket
hats and sombreros.
There will also be great prizes up
for grabs.
Fans can buy a raffle ticket for
the chance to win a Toyota Yaris
and a Compass Pools swimming
pool which will be placed on Driver
Avenue.
There will be a range of delicious
food on offer and the restaurants
have created some special items for
the Pink Village.
hat needs to increase breast cancer screening
women screened by BreastScreen NSW who speak an Indian language has increased by
more than 14 per cent since 2014,
almost triple their initial goal.
Launched by the NSW Multicultural Health Communication
Service, the project has since
been handed over to community
volunteers. At the Pink Test, they
will be singing and busting Bollywood moves in the stands,
women in their pink saris, men in
pink turbans.
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It’s typical of the innovative
approach Pink Sari Inc uses to get
people in its community talking
about breast cancer screening.
Ditching more traditional
techniques, such as distributing
pamphlets and running information sessions, Pink Sari Inc
has hosted high teas, a pink sari
fashion parade and a national
songwriting competition.
The group parades at the
annual Parramasala cultural
festival in Parramatta each year,
and has presented a travelling
photography
exhibition,
Portraits in Pink, which shares
the stories of breast cancer
survivors from South Asian
backgrounds.
They are building on their
success in breast-screening promotion by targeting other community health issues, including
low rates of bowel cancer
screening.
Social media has played a significant role. A Pink Sari Face-
book page has become a forum
for people to share their stories
and suggestions for grassroots
awareness initiatives, and Pink
Sari YouTube videos have been
shared throughout the South
Asian community.
Through supporting the McGrath Foundation’s Pink Test,
Pink Sari Inc will help raise
money for dedicated breast cancer nurses, while also focusing on
their prevention and early
detection mission.
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SOLID FOUNDATION
Glenn McGrath
with wife Sara
and children
James, Holly
and Maddison.
Picture: Tim
Hunter
McGrath children could eventually drive charity’s exceptional work
DERRICK KRUSCHE
FAST-bowling superstar Glen McGrath says his children could one
day take the reins of his enormously successful breast cancer
charity more than a decade after
the death of their mother Jane.
On the eve of the 11th Pink Test
at the SCG, the 48-year-old told
The Daily Telegraph in an exclusive interview of his astonishment
at the annual fundraiser’s success
as Australia prepare to battle
India dressed in pink in a mustwin clash.
McGrath’s two children with
Jane — James, 18, and Holly, 17,
who are looking more and more
like their much-loved mum — will
attend the match named after her,
as they have done since losing her
to breast cancer in 2008.
“I think it’s a great legacy for
them with their mum (to be) mak-
ing such a positive difference to
people’s lives,” McGrath said.
“It’s a special day, it’s more about
a celebration rather than anything
else. That’s what I’ve always wanted and I know Jane would have
wanted it to be that way, too. Who
knows what the future holds? I
think there is potential there for
them to get involved more.”
McGrath, the most successful
fast bowler in Test history, met
England-born flight attendant
Jane Steele in a Hong Kong nightclub while on tour in 1995.
Ten years later, following Jane’s
diagnosis with cancer, the couple
founded the McGrath Foundation
to raise money for breast care nurses. Now, on the third day of every
Sydney Test match, players and
fans wear pink in a show of support.
McGrath’s second wife Sara,
who he married in 2010, and their
young daughter Madison, 3 are
also keen attendees and supporters
of the cause.
The cricket great has credited
Sara, a successful interior designer
and art dealer, with helping to get
his life back on track after Jane’s
death.
“For me, it’s about family,” he
said. “All of my family come down
from the bush to this Test match.
“Sara comes along, James and
Holly and our little daughter
Madison, who is three.
“It’s about family and hope —
they’re the two things that are
important.”
The Pink Test has grown to become the biggest sporting fundraiser in the country, and last year
raised more than $1 million to fund
10 more breast care nurses.
This year the McGrath Foundations hopes to raise $2.1 million
to fund 15 McGrath Breast Care
Nurses for a year — its biggest
McGRATH BY THE NUMBERS
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OBJECTIVE
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The aim of the Domain Pink Test in Sydney
is to raise funds to place McGrath Breast
Care Nurses in communities across
Australia and support the thousands of
people experiencing breast cancer every
year, in partnership with Cricket Australia.
MISSION
From diagnosis and throughout treatment,
McGrath Breast Care Nurses are available
to help individuals and their families for
free and without referral.
To find out more go to:
www.mcgrathfoundation.com.au
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This is the 11th year since the Pink
Test started. It is the largest sporting
fundraising initiative in Australia
where the cricket community, both
on and off the field, all wear pink as
a symbolic show of support for those experiencing
breast cancer and raising much needed funds for
the McGrath Foundation.
and most ambitious fundraising
goal ever.
Donations to the foundation
have allowed more than 120 nurses
to support 67,000 families ravaged
by cancer since 2005.
McGrath, who has been working
as a cricket commentator this summer, said he only expected the Pink
Test to last about five years.
“To think it’s now 11 years in is
absolutely incredible,” he said.
“We went up to six and seven and
thought it might start tapering off,
but it just seems to get bigger and
better every year.
“I think something very special
has been created. I can’t think of
any other sporting events that
have teamed up with a charity and
created something like this.”
For McGrath, the day is more
about families affected by cancer
and breast care nurses as opposed
to only Jane.
In Australia, 18,000 women and
150 men are diagnosed with breast
cancer annually, or 50 people
every day.
After sharing his story, McGrath said many people felt comfortable confiding in him their
troubles with cancer after learning
of his own journey.
“I talk to a lot of people who
have been through it or who are
going through it,” he said.
“A lot of people who have had
the support of a McGrath breast
care nurse, they come up and say
what a positive difference it’s made
in their lives and that in itself
makes me realise what we’re doing
is having a big positive effect and
inspires me to keep going.
“It’s not just about the person
going through breast cancer, it’s
about the whole family. For guys,
it’s hard for them to have an outlet
or a release.”
The SCG will donate $1 for each patron that
attends Day Five, should the Test go to a fifth day
February 16 is Pink
Stumps Day. Last year
more than 1200 people
held games and raised
just over $1 million.
You can host your own
Pink Stumps Day any
time to raise money
for the foundation.
2.5M
This year’s McGrath
Foundation target is $2.1
million which will provide 15 breast care
nurses for a year
The McGrath Foundation funds
120 McGrath Breast Care Nurses.
18,000
Over 18,000 women will be
diagnosed with breast cancer in
Australia this year.
120
67,000
McGrath Breast Care Nurses
have supported around 67,000
of families across Australia
since 2005.
150
Nearly 150 men will be
diagnosed with breast
cancer in Australia this year.
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ON THIS
DAY
1521
Pope Leo X issues
the papal bull Decet
Romanum Pontificem,
excommunicating Martin
Luther.
1813
Woollarawarre
Bennelong dies in
tribal fighting near Kissing
Point, aged about 50.
1868
Japan’s emperor
Meiji declares that
his title has been restored to
full power and ends de facto
rule of the Tokugawa family.
1912
Hart’s Aviation
School, the first in
Australia, opens in Penrith,
run by William Ewart Hart.
1924
British explorer
Howard Carter
discovers the sarcophagus
of Tutankhamun in the
Valley of the Kings, near
Luxor, Egypt.
1967
Jack Ruby, former
nightclub owner
and the man who shot Lee
Harvey Oswald, dies in
prison while serving a
sentence for Oswald’s
murder.
1985
Leading Sydney
restaurateur and
racehorse owner Stanley
Wong is murdered at his
Maroubra home. His wife
and maid survive stabbings.
2002
Elvis the
helitanker is
credited with saving the lives
of 14 trapped Blue
Mountains firemen by
waterbombing flames near
Wentworth Falls.
Leone made spaghetti
of American westerns
TROY LENNON
HISTORY EDITOR
T
he western genre is as old as
feature films. Some of the first
movies ever shot were
westerns, but over time they
have undergone major
reinventions in the hands of great
American directors or writers.
However, one of the most influential
transformations came about as a result
of an Italian reinventing the genre.
The late, great Sergio Leone, born
90 years ago today, brought a
completely new sensibility to the
western. Whereas the original
Hollywood wild west films had well
defined good guys and bad guys,
dressed in immaculate clothes, Leone’s
y,
westerns featured grubby,
uous
complex, morally ambiguous
s.
characters and dark plots.
nt
He made a star of Clint
Eastwood with a trilogy of
films about a nameless,
stoic, poncho-wearing
cowboy. Eastwood
would later direct his
own westerns heavily
influenced by Leone.
The Italian director’s
exaggerated violence,
meant to be a “tongue-in-hecheek satire on run-of-thelmost
mill westerns”, became almost
d historical
standard for westerns and
battle scenes of any kind ever since.
Born in Rome on January 3, 1929,
Leone’s father Vincenzo, known as
Roberto Roberti, was an Italian cinema
pioneer and his mother Bice Valerian
(Edvige Valcarenghi) a silent film
actor.
At school Sergio Leone made
friends with another student named
Ennio Morricone, who would later
write music for his films. But Leone
also spent a lot of time hanging around
his father’s sets. At 12 he had a role in
one of his father’s films, La bocca sulla
strada.
He was only 17 when he first worked
as an assistant on the film The Bicycle
Thief. At 18 he began studying law but
soon dropped out to pursue his
growing passion for film.
Among the early films he worked on
2004
A NASA
Opportunity
Rover enters the atmosphere
of Mars and touches down
on the planet, beginning
its mission to search for
evidence that Mars was
once suitable for life.
2018
Australian
composer Colin
Brumby dies at the age of 84.
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were operas,
including
Rigoletto
i
and
an Il Trovatore, but in
the ’50s most films he
work on as assistant
worked
directo were historical
director
epics know
epics,
known as “sword-andsandal” films or, in Italy, “peplum”,
after the Ancient Greek word for tunic.
owd
While most were just crowd
pleasers, Leone learnt a lot from
rlyy
working on them, particularly
how to make a film look epicc
on a small budget. Some
were American-Italian
collaborations such as Quo
Vadis, directed by Mervyn
Leroy, and Helen of Troy
directed by Robert Wise.
Leone also got to work with
Hungarian-born American director
Fred Zinnemann on the 1959 film The
Nun’s Story, starring Audrey Hepburn.
That same year he was asked to take
over as director of The Last Days of
Pompeii when Mario Bonnard fell ill.
His first solo directorial effort was
another peplum epic, The Colossus of
NON
FICTION
2006
Rugby league star
Steve Rogers,
CEO of the Sharks, dies at his
Sydney home aged 51. The
coroner will find the death
after taking drugs and
alcohol was accidental.
Eli Wallach (left) and Clint
Eastwood in 1966 film The Good,
The Bad and The Ugly; and
director Sergio Leone (inset).
Oscar: A Life,
Matthew Sturgis,
Head of Zeus,
$49.99
WE live in an era when people
are almost seem to worship
celebrity. Oscar Wilde would
have felt completely at home.
He knew better than any of his
contemporaries that being
famous could be both a curse
and a blessing, summed up in
his line “there is only one thing
worse than being talked about,
and that is not being talked
about.” Also his political
radicalism, sexuality and
obsession with style would have
made him an ideal chat show
guest. He remains relevant and
perhaps is growing more
Rhodes. It didn’t start well; producers
secured rising American star John
Derek, but Derek clashed with Leone
over the action sequences and left the
production. Leone was lumbered with
B-grade cowboy star Rory Calhoun,
who was fine with the action shots, but
not much good at acting.
The film did well at the box office,
despite som
de
some critics complaining about
th ex
the
excessive realism in the
tort
to
torture
scenes — perhaps a
ta of what was to come.
taste
Leone turned down similar
p
projects,
yet accepted a
se
second
unit director job on
Ro
Robert
Aldrich’s Sodom and
Gam
Gamorrah
(1962). But a crash in
th mar
the
market for historical epics sent
the Italian film industry looking for
new ideas. They hit upon doing their
own versions of American Westerns.
Hollywood westerns had reached
saturation point in the ’50s and fewer
were being made. So, spearheaded by
Leone with his 1964 film A Fistful of
Dollars starring rising American star
Eastwood, the Italian film industry
1929
BY THE BOOK
relevant, which is why there is
always room for a new Wilde
biography. This is a particularly
good one, rich in detail and with
deep insights into his life.
Sturgis has raked over old
sources, found new ones and
made new connections. Some
of which have been made
possible with modern
technology, online searchable
materials not available to
biographers in the past. It is a
highly readable and fascinating
journey through one of the most
colourful literary lives in history.
TROY LENNON
THE Ancient Greeks had a rich
tradition of storytelling about
gods and semi divine heroes. The
gods were great and powerful,
some were known for their
wisdom and kindness but many
were vengeful, vain or venal;
sometimes a combination of all
three. Worship of the Greek gods
died out over time but they left a
lasting impact. We still use words
and phrases that hark back to
the Ancient Greeks. Our planets
are named after gods, the name
of the mission that landed men
on the moon was Apollo the
Greek god of the sun, music,
created a new subgenre known as the
Spaghetti Western.
Based on 1961 Japanese samurai
film Yojimbo (which was in turn based
on a Dashiell Hammett novel), A
Fistful of Dollars was something new
and exciting for audiences otherwise
jaded by the fading western. Leone
had his friend Morricone write a
soundtrack, also adding an intriguing
new flavour. He followed this with two
more films featuring Eastwood as the
nameless gunslinger, A Few Dollars
More in 1965 and The Good, The Bad
and The Ugly in 1966 — each film
improving on the last.
In 1967 he directed the epic
Hollywood western Once Upon a
Time in the West, starring Henry
Fonda. A huge hit in Europe, it flopped
in the US, but that didn’t seem to affect
his career. Offered the chance to direct
The Godfather, he turned it down, later
directing his own epic US mafia flick
One Upon A Time In America (1984)
with Robert DeNiro.
Leone died in 1989 while preparing
to shoot an epic WWII film.
MYTH
poetry, truth and a dozen other
things. The word titanic comes
from the forerunners of the
gods. The name of Greek hero
Hercules (Heracles), son of Zeus,
is still a byword for strength. And
Nike shoes are named after the
goddess of victory. This
wonderful primer for younger
readers retells some of the tales
of the gods and heroes, with
such life and flair that the stories
seem as fresh today as they must
have to the Greeks. This book is
also beautifully illustrated with
artworks by Romy Blumel.
TROY LENNON
Tales of the
Greek Heroes,
Roger Lancelyn
Green,
Folio Society,
$89.95
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hen Waangenga Blanco
retired last month after
13 very full years with
Bangarra, the brilliant
dancer was quickly back
in a rehearsal room — but one that
could hardly be more different.
Blanco’s final performance with
Bangarra Dance Theatre was at
Carriageworks in December.
He appeared in Dubboo, a moving
tribute to the late Bangarra music
director David Page.
Blanco is now preparing to open
in a “burlesque circus disco” show in
the Spiegeltent at Wesley Enoch’s
Sydney Festival.
Called Pigalle, the show is set in the
red-light district of Paris from which it
takes its name.
The Parisian quarter is best-known
for the raunchy Moulin Rouge
nightclub, whose can-can dancers and
late-night drinkers were immortalised
by 19th-century artist Henri de
Toulouse-Lautrec.
With 1970s covers as its soundtrack,
Pigalle will open at the ornately
decadent Spiegeltent in Hyde Park
North on January 8. The legendary
Marcia Hines will lead the cast.
The sequins and nightclub vibe of
the show will be boulevards away from
the ochres of Bangarra. And while
Blanco doesn’t hide his excitement
about stepping into something new,
he says Bangarra and its dance
traditions will always be part of his
dancer’s DNA.
“It’s been a wonderful journey with
Bangarra, and that will always stay
with me,” he says. “But I’m really
excited to be out in the world.”
SYDNEY FESTIVAL
The arrival of baby Opus in 2017
played a major role in Blanco’s decision
to depart Bangarra. The company was
on the road for most of the year, taking
him away from Opus and his partner
Caroline Wels.
In Bangarra, he says, “you live in
this bubble where everything is taken
care of for you”.
Blanco plans to spend much of
2019 travelling with Caroline and
taking Opus to visit family and
indigenous communities as far north
as remote Yirrkala on the Northern
Territory coast. Yirrkala’s population is
about 800.
“I’ve got family in Mission Beach
(in far north Queensland, where he
grew up) and scattered along the
coast,” Blanco says.
“Caroline has family at Noosa, so
we’re just going to take our time.
“I’m going to be doing little projects
here and there, but nothing that will
take me far from my family.
“I’d like to work more with young
indigenous men, especially at-risk
young men, and project-based stuff
with Caroline. She makes music also.”
When he goes into Aboriginal
communities, Blanco will be building
on what Bangarra taught him.
“Whenever we’re out on country
with Bangarra, it’s probably been the
most rewarding experience — getting
out to those communities where there’s
not much for the children to do and
sharing my love of dance with them,”
Blanco says.
“That’s something I can do while
Waangenga Blanco dancing for Bangarra. Picture: Roger Stonehouse
I’m travelling around with the family.”
Blanco is clearly searching for
ways to fulfil his own potential, and
his character in Pigalle is doing the
same thing.
“It’s a journey through him breaking
off the shackles of his ordinary
existence and propelling himself into
his better self,” Blanco says.
Joining Blanco on stage for Pigalle
will be burlesque performer Kitty Bang
Bang and cabaret star iOTA.
Also in the cast is Chaska Halliday,
22, who trained at Sydney’s Brent
Street Academy with teacher Lucas
Newland.
Newland choreographed Marcia
Hines’ show, Velvet, and he brought
Halliday into the cast. She stayed in the
show for 18 months until mid-2016.
Halliday then joined the musical
Aladdin, leaving in October 2018 after
touring for 2½ years.
Lucas Newland came back into the
picture again, giving Halliday her role
in Pigalle.
“It’s pretty amazing how it’s come
full circle,” Halliday says.
Halliday and Blanco will dance
together for the first time in Pigalle.
“Waangenga just has so much
emotion when he dances,” Halliday
says.
Halliday says her character in
Pigalle is sassy and compassionate.
On the other hand, Blanco’s character
is a bit lost. That’s until he comes into
the nightclub where the lights and
music are blaring.
“That’s where it all comes to life,”
Halliday says.
Pigalle, Sydney Festival, Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent,
Festival Garden (Hyde Park North, entry near Archibald
Fountain); January 8-27, $70-$86,
sydneyfestival.org.au
BANKING, religion and
marriage have all been under
the microscope in recent
years. So why should
museums and galleries be
exempt from the frank
discussion about institutions
in a contemporary world?
That’s the question asked
by Campbelltown Arts Centre
director Michael Dagostino,
who is determined to make
the museum belong more to
its communities and less to
the orthodox curatorial
hierarchy.
CAC’s first exhibition of
the year, Borrowed Scenery,
is a case in point.
Instead of merely
selecting all the works from
the gallery’s own collection
and hanging them in the
gallery, CAC curator Jasmine
Kean contacted all the artists
— and the estates of those
artists who have died — to
discuss “the re-presentation”
of their works.
Taking this approach
turns the collection into “an
ongoing conversation rather
than an historical archive”,
Kean says.
Deborah Kelly’s 2009
installation, Tank Man Tango:
A Tiananmen Memorial, is in
Borrowed Scenery. The work
is an instructional video that
invites people to mimic the
steps of the Tiananmen
Square “tank man” as he
faced down the army during
the Beijing uprising 30 years
ago. After talking to Kelly,
the gallery decided to put
footprints on the floor to help
the public learn the man’s
heroic “tango”.
In another example, when
CAC in August presents an
exhibition of art by Fijian
women, it will be curated by
a Fijian.
“We’re looking at how we
can actually transfer that
power from the institution to
the community,” Dagostino
says. “As much as institutions
feel that they’re choosing
exhibitions for the
community, it really needs to
be led by the community. It
does come down to power,
and who’s telling that story.”
ELIZABETH FORTESCUE
Borrowed Scenery, Campbelltown Arts
Centre, 1 Art Gallery Rd, Campbelltown;
until March 10, free, C-A-C.com.au
Curator Jasmine Kean.
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DAY
1521
Pope Leo X issues
the papal bull Decet
Romanum Pontificem,
excommunicating Martin
Luther.
1813
Woollarawarre
Bennelong dies in
tribal fighting near Kissing
Point, aged about 50.
1868
Japan’s emperor
Meiji declares that
his title has been restored to
full power and ends de facto
rule of the Tokugawa family.
1912
Hart’s Aviation
School, the first in
Australia, opens in Penrith,
run by William Ewart Hart.
1924
British explorer
Howard Carter
discovers the sarcophagus
of Tutankhamun in the
Valley of the Kings, near
Luxor, Egypt.
1967
Jack Ruby, former
nightclub owner
and the man who shot Lee
Harvey Oswald, dies in
prison while serving a
sentence for Oswald’s
murder.
1985
Leading Sydney
restaurateur and
racehorse owner Stanley
Wong is murdered at his
Maroubra home. His wife
and maid survive stabbings.
2002
Elvis the
helitanker is
credited with saving the lives
of 14 trapped Blue
Mountains firemen by
waterbombing flames near
Wentworth Falls.
Leone made spaghetti
of American westerns
TROY LENNON
HISTORY EDITOR
T
he western genre is as old as
feature films. Some of the first
movies ever shot were
westerns, but over time they
have undergone major
reinventions in the hands of great
American directors or writers.
However, one of the most influential
transformations came about as a result
of an Italian reinventing the genre.
The late, great Sergio Leone, born
90 years ago today, brought a
completely new sensibility to the
western. Whereas the original
Hollywood wild west films had well
defined good guys and bad guys,
dressed in immaculate clothes, Leone’s
y,
westerns featured grubby,
uous
complex, morally ambiguous
s.
characters and dark plots.
nt
He made a star of Clint
Eastwood with a trilogy of
films about a nameless,
stoic, poncho-wearing
cowboy. Eastwood
would later direct his
own westerns heavily
influenced by Leone.
The Italian director’s
exaggerated violence,
meant to be a “tongue-in-hecheek satire on run-of-thelmost
mill westerns”, became almost
d historical
standard for westerns and
battle scenes of any kind ever since.
Born in Rome on January 3, 1929,
Leone’s father Vincenzo, known as
Roberto Roberti, was an Italian cinema
pioneer and his mother Bice Valerian
(Edvige Valcarenghi) a silent film
actor.
At school Sergio Leone made
friends with another student named
Ennio Morricone, who would later
write music for his films. But Leone
also spent a lot of time hanging around
his father’s sets. At 12 he had a role in
one of his father’s films, La bocca sulla
strada.
He was only 17 when he first worked
as an assistant on the film The Bicycle
Thief. At 18 he began studying law but
soon dropped out to pursue his
growing passion for film.
Among the early films he worked on
2004
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including
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and
an Il Trovatore, but in
the ’50s most films he
work on as assistant
worked
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director
epics know
epics,
known as “sword-andsandal” films or, in Italy, “peplum”,
after the Ancient Greek word for tunic.
owd
While most were just crowd
pleasers, Leone learnt a lot from
rlyy
working on them, particularly
how to make a film look epicc
on a small budget. Some
were American-Italian
collaborations such as Quo
Vadis, directed by Mervyn
Leroy, and Helen of Troy
directed by Robert Wise.
Leone also got to work with
Hungarian-born American director
Fred Zinnemann on the 1959 film The
Nun’s Story, starring Audrey Hepburn.
That same year he was asked to take
over as director of The Last Days of
Pompeii when Mario Bonnard fell ill.
His first solo directorial effort was
another peplum epic, The Colossus of
NON
FICTION
2006
Rugby league star
Steve Rogers,
CEO of the Sharks, dies at his
Sydney home aged 51. The
coroner will find the death
after taking drugs and
alcohol was accidental.
Eli Wallach (left) and Clint
Eastwood in 1966 film The Good,
The Bad and The Ugly; and
director Sergio Leone (inset).
Oscar: A Life,
Matthew Sturgis,
Head of Zeus,
$49.99
WE live in an era when people
are almost seem to worship
celebrity. Oscar Wilde would
have felt completely at home.
He knew better than any of his
contemporaries that being
famous could be both a curse
and a blessing, summed up in
his line “there is only one thing
worse than being talked about,
and that is not being talked
about.” Also his political
radicalism, sexuality and
obsession with style would have
made him an ideal chat show
guest. He remains relevant and
perhaps is growing more
Rhodes. It didn’t start well; producers
secured rising American star John
Derek, but Derek clashed with Leone
over the action sequences and left the
production. Leone was lumbered with
B-grade cowboy star Rory Calhoun,
who was fine with the action shots, but
not much good at acting.
The film did well at the box office,
despite som
de
some critics complaining about
th ex
the
excessive realism in the
tort
to
torture
scenes — perhaps a
ta of what was to come.
taste
Leone turned down similar
p
projects,
yet accepted a
se
second
unit director job on
Ro
Robert
Aldrich’s Sodom and
Gam
Gamorrah
(1962). But a crash in
th mar
the
market for historical epics sent
the Italian film industry looking for
new ideas. They hit upon doing their
own versions of American Westerns.
Hollywood westerns had reached
saturation point in the ’50s and fewer
were being made. So, spearheaded by
Leone with his 1964 film A Fistful of
Dollars starring rising American star
Eastwood, the Italian film industry
1929
BY THE BOOK
relevant, which is why there is
always room for a new Wilde
biography. This is a particularly
good one, rich in detail and with
deep insights into his life.
Sturgis has raked over old
sources, found new ones and
made new connections. Some
of which have been made
possible with modern
technology, online searchable
materials not available to
biographers in the past. It is a
highly readable and fascinating
journey through one of the most
colourful literary lives in history.
TROY LENNON
THE Ancient Greeks had a rich
tradition of storytelling about
gods and semi divine heroes. The
gods were great and powerful,
some were known for their
wisdom and kindness but many
were vengeful, vain or venal;
sometimes a combination of all
three. Worship of the Greek gods
died out over time but they left a
lasting impact. We still use words
and phrases that hark back to
the Ancient Greeks. Our planets
are named after gods, the name
of the mission that landed men
on the moon was Apollo the
Greek god of the sun, music,
created a new subgenre known as the
Spaghetti Western.
Based on 1961 Japanese samurai
film Yojimbo (which was in turn based
on a Dashiell Hammett novel), A
Fistful of Dollars was something new
and exciting for audiences otherwise
jaded by the fading western. Leone
had his friend Morricone write a
soundtrack, also adding an intriguing
new flavour. He followed this with two
more films featuring Eastwood as the
nameless gunslinger, A Few Dollars
More in 1965 and The Good, The Bad
and The Ugly in 1966 — each film
improving on the last.
In 1967 he directed the epic
Hollywood western Once Upon a
Time in the West, starring Henry
Fonda. A huge hit in Europe, it flopped
in the US, but that didn’t seem to affect
his career. Offered the chance to direct
The Godfather, he turned it down, later
directing his own epic US mafia flick
One Upon A Time In America (1984)
with Robert DeNiro.
Leone died in 1989 while preparing
to shoot an epic WWII film.
MYTH
poetry, truth and a dozen other
things. The word titanic comes
from the forerunners of the
gods. The name of Greek hero
Hercules (Heracles), son of Zeus,
is still a byword for strength. And
Nike shoes are named after the
goddess of victory. This
wonderful primer for younger
readers retells some of the tales
of the gods and heroes, with
such life and flair that the stories
seem as fresh today as they must
have to the Greeks. This book is
also beautifully illustrated with
artworks by Romy Blumel.
TROY LENNON
Tales of the
Greek Heroes,
Roger Lancelyn
Green,
Folio Society,
$89.95
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Uranus appears to be motionless in the sky tonight. As the only planet still apparently moving backwards, its usual ability to empower and embolden has been less marked. With
its turn direct (this weekend) coinciding with a partial solar eclipse, a shift in momentum is underway. From now until March, there’s little point focusing on the troubled past –
not when a bright and enticing future can be ushered in so assuredly. Any seeds planted now will soon flourish. A better, brighter future is within reach.
ARIES MAR 21–APR 20
CANCER JUN 23–JUL 23
LIBRA SEP 24–OCT 23
CAPRICORN DEC 22–JAN 20
As you move into the new year with your ruler, Mars,
in your sign, the sky has your best interests at heart.
You’re being supported by the cosmos, and that’s
being reflected by the quality of understanding you
have in your social life, too. There are opportunities
ahead and financial possibilities on your horizon. If
you’re not yet feeling the “oomph”, rather than being
disappointed, try focusing on the potential available
to you today. It holds a small treasure that can grow
into something really valuable. The new year starts
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At the start of 2019, it’s as if you’re trying to fit the
pieces of a complicated puzzle together. If only
you could find the instructions. You’re not even
certain that you have all the pieces you need to
complete it. Every time you manage to join some
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missing, or that you have a spare that won’t fit.
How annoying. Yet, with Uranus now stationary as
we approach the solar eclipse, you can enjoy some
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It’s as if you’ve reached a safe place in the harbour,
but your boat needs some repair work before you
can set up your sails and head out into the new
year adventures with gusto. Although these may
appear to be tedious chores (you could easily find
other things you’d prefer to do), they’re not going to
take as long, or be as difficult, as you fear. If you
climb up the main mast and take a look at your
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ahead. Your preparations will enable you to seize
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The new year always throws up inevitable questions.
Are you where you’re meant to be? What should you
be focusing on? We can spend a lifetime trying to
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time”. Few, though, are left with a feeling of success.
The answer is to have confidence that whatever
you’re doing right now, wherever you’re doing it, is
right. From this starting point, failure is impossible.
Don’t doubt yourself today. You’re on the right path.
Happy New Year! For great news about 2019,
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TAURUS APR 21 – MAY 21
LEO JUL 24–AUG 23
SCORPIO OCT 24–NOV 22
AQUARIUS JAN 21–FEB 19
Having a stubborn streak is no bad thing. In fact, it’s a
trait that should be more widely applauded. Too many
people crumble under pressure and change their
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you feel compelled to defend a strongly felt belief, ask
yourself whether you’re right to stand firm. Is this an
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Exactly how badly do you want what you want?
Hang on… perhaps I should rephrase that. “Badly”,
after all, isn’t a positive term. How deeply? How
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put it over and above everything else in your life.
What’s important is that you aspire towards
attaining what you desire. You need to be
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Perspective changes everything. We view things
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and what we want them to be. Which, as long as
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glasses and giving things an unnecessarily dark tint.
The approaching partial solar eclipse suggests that a
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What do people mean when they say, “there’s no
time like the present”? And when exactly is “the
present”? The present of 1562 (when this saying was
first recorded) was certainly very different to the
present of 2019. Perhaps, then, just to be on the
safe side, you should delay what’s going on now in
case it’s meant to be different. Actually, ignore that!
If a delay is in your best interests, the universe will
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today… because you’re on the road you’re meant to
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GEMINI MAY 22–JUN 22
VIRGO AUG 24–SEP 23
SAGITTARIUS NOV 23–DEC 21
PISCES FEB 20–MAR 20
A quick look at the calendar confirms that the future
really is here. Are you ready for a new year? Because
there’s no going back. Neither can you reverse a
recent choice, which has left you feeling unsettled.
A situation is moving on and, as you settle into 2019,
you’ll grow more at ease with it. Yet, in your heart, you
know you’re on the right track. Today, with Uranus,
the planet of unexpected change, stationary in the
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than you think. The new year starts with celestial
fireworks. Call 1902 222 500.
It’s extraordinary how we sometimes do exactly
the opposite of what we really should do. We all
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need to be slamming on the brakes. It’s only when
we step back for long enough to stop making such
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value of the start of your forecast. Rather, it
emphasises its importance. The new year is
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you want it to be. Happy New Year! For great news
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Confined to an area (5)
Afflicted (5)
Shoals (5)
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Sailing vessel (5)
Church seating (4)
Close up (4)
Musical instrument (5)
Concretion of nacre (5)
Unsparing (7)
Sunshade (7)
Eagle’s nest (5)
Ancient Roman
dwelling (5)
Trap (5)
Aniseed plant (5)
Helped (5)
Bend (4)
Floating structure (4)
In baseball, the designated
hitter takes the place of which
player in the batting line-up?
2 Who was the first woman
to win the Academy Award
for Best Director?
3 Mount Batur is a popular
tourist attraction on
which island?
4 Who wrote the 2018 bestselling novel, Past Tense?
CRYPTIC CLUES
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SOLUTION 6420
Across: 1 Music, 4 Pageboy, 8 Sodas,
11 Diagnosis, 12 Temperate, 13 Apex, 14 Miso,
15 Yearned, 17 Wink, 20 Shorten, 21 Anterior,
22 Porker, 25 Remodel, 26 Stop press,
30 SMS, 31 Prototype, 34 Trooper,
36 Enzyme, 38 Creosote, 40 Nightie, 41 Rang,
44 Shelves, 46 Leas, 47 Goad, 49 Indonesia,
50 Brigadier, 51 Ruddy, 52 Liaison, 53 Fiend.
Down: 1 Median strip, 2 Stateroom, 3 Cons,
4 Passion play, 5 Go-slow, 6 Button, 7 Yummy,
8 Seepage, 9 Drainpipe, 10 Speeder,
16 Studio, 18 Irk, 19 Kart, 23 Risen, 24 Essay,
27 Ostentation, 28 Prongs, 29 Surrendered,
32 Open-ended, 33 Peer, 35 Patronise,
37 Zen, 38 Cashier, 39 Seventy, 42 Alpaca,
43 Globes, 45 Sisal, 48 Gaff.
Individual leaf of plant
pales badly
4 A right to own
property from outside
7 Give weapons to a
member
8 Way to cook meat
right in the kiln
9 Continue one’s innings
with a conductor’s
wand
10 A friend is first to get
in the bucket
11 Clearly show original
principles in edict
13 Officer’s braid for a line
of sentinels
14 Tediously keep
speaking about a
musical instrument
17 Passageway in a small
isolated piece of land
18 Yardman is easily
retaining a herbaceous
plant
19 Legal principle lets all
workers start
20 Suggestive of mould in
new wine you started
21 Knitted yarn left with
new leis
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Pages liar is producing
when steals from
another writer
Passed on
behind time
Poor lamb with
hesitation becomes
a walker
Entanglements
besetting critic
in sea change
No clear profit for this
group of singers
Shy having me left
inside looking
attractive
Fascination with
church body member
An annoyance starts
paining each eye
very easily
Foot of an animal
left in a pivoted
machinery bar
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Down
7 A joining of hands in
marriage or work (5)
8 Hot dog? (7)
9 One may hold many
personal records (7)
10 Intends to give me
a short answer (5)
12 Conditions produced
by ocean winds, oddly
enough (4,3,3)
15 Good driving is an asset
going round it (4,6)
18 Take only what is
right? (5)
19 Clearly not the way
to peace (7)
21 Sadly he’s already visited
an unlicensed bar (7)
22 Well-equipped resort
in a foreign land (5)
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Fill in all squares so each row, column and each of the nine 3x3 squares contain all digits from one to nine. Solutions, tips and software can be found at sudoku.com.
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RATING: Difficult
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SOLUTION 3403
RATING: Very Easy
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Flower leaf
Foreign
Part of body
Cook in oven
A club
A bucket
Show clearly
Type of ribbon
Stringed
instrument
A passage
A herb plant
Strict rule
Showing mould
Knitwear
Down
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4
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A morsel
Copies writings
Behind time
Casual walker
Difficult parts
Group of nine
Attractive
A lucky symbol
Annoy
Part of a ratchet
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9 True or false: Chad has a
coastline on the Gulf of Guinea?
10 In 2017, Australian goalkeeper
Mathew Ryan joined which
English soccer club?
11 The name of which French
method of cooking means
“under vacuum”?
12 Michael Jackson died during
which year?
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QUIZ ANSWERS: 1. Pitcher 2. Kathryn Bigelow 3. Bali 4. Lee Child 5. Peanuts 6. Kneecap 7. Panama 8. The Block (Australia)
9. False 10. Brighton & Hove Albion 11. Sous-vide 12. 2009
JUMBLE
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7
15
5 Lucy van Pelt is a fictional
character from which popular
comic strip?
6 The patella is more commonly
known by what name?
7 Colombia shares its shortest
land border with which country?
8 Which Australian reality TV
series aired its 14th season
in 2018?
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QUIZMASTER
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TWO SPEED
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38 Well-protected
burrower
39 Fashionable
people
40 Lifesaver’s
water craft (4,3)
42 Dispossess
43 Burning gas
45 Square-rigged
ship
49 Lounged
51 Cervid
53 Border
54 Warning
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Prison dispute heard in
the exercise area? (10)
Placing of the winner
may create rifts (5)
It turns on an
opponent (4)
Raced up to the line
with not much room
to spare (6)
Parts that can’t be
matched (8)
Teach one to
interrupt (5,2)
It means that things
are still within your
grasp (6,4)
Refinements of elegant
neckwear (8)
One who clutches
at straws in general
disorder (7)
Take turns off to relax (6)
17 Food a large number
unhappily sent back (5)
20 Lean against and
break (4)
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How many words of four letters or more can you make from
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’.
Today’s target:
Good 10 Very Good 12 Excellent 14 Genius 18
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Source: Collins Dictionary.
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French Odyssey. 8.35 The Best Of My Sri
Lanka With Peter Kuruvita. 9.35 Food Porn.
10.00 The Cook And The Chef. 11.00
Oliver’s Twist. 12.00 No Reservations. (PG)
1.00 Late Programs.
abc me
7flix
9life
abc news
nitv
6.00 Children’s Programs. 4.10 Massive
Monster Mayhem. (PG) 4.35 Children’s
Programs. 5.35 All Hail King Julien.
(PG) 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 Best Of
2018 Rage Guest Programmers. (PG) 10.55
Close. 5.00 Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong!
5.20 Endangered Species. 5.35 Children’s
Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 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) 10.30
Criminal Minds. (MA15+) 11.30 American
Crime. (M) 12.30 Revenge. (M) 2.30
MOVIE: The Navy Comes Through. (1942)
4.15 MOVIE: China Sky. (PG) (1945)
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Home
Town. 1.00 Flipping San Diego. (PG)
2.00 Flip Or Flop. 3.00 The Block. (PG)
4.00 Come Dine With Me UK. (PG) 5.00
Beachfront Bargain Hunt. 6.00 House
Hunters Int. 7.00 House Hunters. 7.30
Making A Model With Yolanda Hadid. (PG)
8.30 Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry.
(PG) 9.30 Long Island Medium. (M) 10.30
Naked Attraction. (MA15+) 11.30 Southern
Charm. (M) 12.30 House Hunters Int. 1.00
Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 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 Women’s Work. 1.00
ABC Late News. 1.30 Summer Drum. 2.00
ABC News Overnight. 2.15 The Business.
2.30 DW Conflict Zone. 3.00 ABC News
Overnight. 3.15 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 11.30 Flying
Boomerangs. (PG) 12.00 Football. NTFL.
Grand Final. Darwin Buffaloes v Southern
Districts. Replay. 2.00 Chefs’ Line. 2.30
Desperate Measures. 3.00 Children’s
Programs. 5.00 Volumz. 6.00 Our
Footprint. 6.30 Chefs’ Line. 7.00 Our
Stories. 7.20 First Stories. 7.30 Living Black.
8.00 Cold Justice. (M) 8.30 The Book Of
Negroes. (M) 9.30 MOVIE: Lean On Me. (M)
(1989) 11.25 Hardwood. (PG) 12.00 The
Book Of Negroes. (M) 1.00 Volumz. (PG)
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Australia v India
10.30am AEDT
0301
6.00am Literally, Right
Before Aaron (Comedy,
2017, M) 7.15 Annabelle: Creation (Horror, 2017,
MA15+) 9.05 Dunkirk (War, 2017, M) 10.55
Family Vanished (Drama, 2018, M) 12.45pm
Home Again (Comedy, 2017, M) 2.25 Wonder
(Drama, 2017, PG) 4.20 Nostalgia (Drama,
2018, M) 6.20 12 Strong (Action, 2018, MA15+)
8.30 Only The Brave (Drama, 2017, M) 10.45
American Assassin (Action, 2017, MA15+)
12.35am Insidious: The Last Key (Horror, 2018,
M) 2.15 2:22 (Sci-Fi, 2017, M)
12.50pm
Queen Of
The South. (MA15+) 1.40 My Brilliant Friend.
(MA15+) 2.45 Girls. (MA15+) 3.55 Boardwalk
Empire. (M) 4.55 Breaking Bad. (MA15+) 5.50
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+) 12.30am The
Newsroom. (M)
6.00am Hanna (Thriller,
2011, M) 7.25 The Count
Of Monte Cristo (Action, 2002, M) 9.40
Courage Under Fire (Action, 1996, M) 11.40
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)
1.00am Swordfish (Action, 2001, MA15+) 2.40
Safe (Action, 2012, MA15+)
1.00pm Top 20
Funniest. (M) 2.00
Police Ten 7. (M) 3.00
Border Security: Australia’s Front Line. (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) 12.30am
Family Guy. (MA15+)
10.05am Insert Name Here. (M)
10.45 Who Do You Think You
Are? (PG) 11.55 New Tricks. (M)
1.00pm Midsomer Murders. (M) 3.00 Doc
Martin. (M) 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. (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)
12.30am QI. (M)
12.30pm Selling
Houses Australia.
1.30 Escape To The Country. 2.25 Antiques
Roadshow. 3.30 Bargain Hunt. 4.25 Better
Homes And Gardens. 5.35 Escape To The
Country. 6.30 Location, Location... Revisits.
(PG) 7.30 Selling Houses Australia. 8.30 Love
Your Home And Garden With Alan Titchmarsh.
(PG) 9.30 Heathrow. (PG) 10.30 Escape To
The Country. 11.30 24 Hours In Emergency. (M)
12.30am Gogglebox. (M)
8.30am Fast N’ Loud.
(PG) 9.30 Alaska:
The Last Frontier. (PG) 10.30 Air Rescue. (PG)
11.30 A Crime To Remember. (M) 12.30pm Evil
Kin. (M) 1.30 Border LIVE. (M) 2.30 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 Gold Hunters.
(PG) 10.30 Alaska: The Last Frontier. (PG)
11.30 Naked And Afraid. (M) 12.30am Border
LIVE. (M)
6.00am Cricket. Big Bash
League. 7.00 Cricket.
Third Test Review. 9.00
Cricket AM. 9.30 Cricket Cricket Live On
Fox. 10.30 Cricket. Fourth Test. 12.30pm
The Big Break. 1.10 Cricket. Fourth Test. 3.10
Tea For Two. 3.30 Cricket. Fourth Test. 5.45
Cricket 360. 6.45 B4 The Bash! 7.15 Cricket.
Big Bash League. 8.35 Between The Innings
8.50 Cricket. Big Bash League. 10.10 BBL
Post-Game. 10.40 Fox Cricket Test Day. 11.40
Cricket 360. 12.25am Fox Cricket Test Day.
6.30am NRL Classic Match.
7.30 NRL Classic Match. 8.30
NRL Classic Match. 9.30
NRL Classic Match. 10.30
NRL Classic Match. 11.30 NRL Classic Match.
12.30pm NRL Classic Match. 1.30 NRL Classic
Match. 2.30 NRL Classic Match. 3.30 NRL
Classic Match. 4.30 NRL Classic Match. 5.30
NRL Classic Match. 6.30 Rugby League. NRL.
7.30 NRL Classic Match. 8.30 NRL Classic
Match. 10.00 NRL Classic Match. 11.00 NRL
Classic Match. 12.00am NRL Classic Match.
6.00 First Edition.
10.00 NewsDay.
3.00 Sky News
National. 6.00 Gleeso’s News Talk. 8.00
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First Edition.
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BEACH WATCH
SYDNEY
28˚
22˚
Partly cloudy. Morning fog in the
east. Slight (30%) chance of a shower
in the outer west. Winds southeast to
southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h
becoming light in the middle of the
day, becoming east to northeasterly
15 to 25 km/h in the late afternoon.
Warnings were current at 5pm yesterday.
Information at www.bom.gov.au/australia/warnings
or Ph: 1300 659 218 (local call cost)
Latest Fire Danger See
www.bom.gov.au/nsw/forecasts/bushfire.shtml
Updates and webcams at coastalwatch.com.au
19˚ 29˚
Partly cloudy.
WHITING and bream are biting on worms during the last of
the run-up tide near the mouth of the Woronora River and
there are kingfish on live yellowtail and slimy mackerel baits
at North Head. NSW Fisheries officers will be focusing on
anglers keeping undersized fish during the summer months
as part of Operation Small Fry. On-the-spot fines of $500
apply. Small hard-body lures and soft plastics are working
well for flathead near the Gladesville Bridge.
TERREY HILLS
21˚ 33˚
Min Max(˚C)
Partly cloudy.
CANBERRA
GOSFORD
Min Max(˚C)
RICHMOND
Min Max(˚C)
ON THE WATER
20˚ 28˚
Partly cloudy.
34˚
18˚
Partly cloudy. Medium (60%) chance
of showers, most likely in the
afternoon and early evening. The
chance of a thunderstorm in the
morning and afternoon. Light winds.
KATOOMBA
Sydney Harbour Winds: Northeasterly about 10 knots
increasing to 10 to 15 knots in the evening. Seas: Below 0.5
metres. Weather: Partly cloudy.
Sydney Coast Winds: Northeasterly 15 to 20 knots. Seas: 1
to 2 metres, decreasing to 1 to 1.5 metres during the
morning, then increasing to 1 to 2 metres by early evening.
Swell: Northeasterly around 1 metre, increasing to 1 to 1.5
metres during the morning. Weather: Partly cloudy.
PARRAMATTA
Min Max(˚C)
Min Max(˚C)
18˚ 26˚
20˚ 31˚
Showers, storm.
Partly cloudy.
CITY
PENRITH
Min Max(˚C)
21˚ 34˚
Partly cloudy.
22˚ 28˚
Min Max(˚C)
Possible shower.
NEWCASTLE
LIVERPOOL
Min Max(˚C)
21˚ 32˚
30˚
20˚
Mostly sunny. Winds northeasterly 15
to 20 km/h becoming light early in
the morning then becoming east to
northeasterly 20 to 30 km/h in the
middle of the day.
Partly cloudy.
Lismore 31
22˚
28 Coffs Harbour
Tamworth 36
Average maximum
25.8˚C
Average minimum
18.5˚C
Highest temperature 40.1˚C (1955)
Lowest temperature 13.2˚C (1871)
Wettest day
65.6mm (1980)
Min-Max last year
19.9 to 25.1˚C
Water temperature
32 Taree
Dubbo 37
30 Newcastle
SYDNEY
25 Wollongong
Orange 30
Griffith 40
Wagga Wagga 38
SYDNEY AHEAD
RISE & SET
DAY
Fri
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
SUN
rise & set
5:49 am
8:10 pm
MOON
rise & set
3:32 am
5:37 pm
TEMP
31
33
25
25
28
29
CONDITIONS
Mostly sunny.
Possible shower.
Shower or two.
Shower or two.
Morning shower or two.
Possible shower.
TIDE & WAVE
Moree 38
Bourke 41
42 Broken Hill
SYDNEY on this day
CANBERRA
TODAY
high 7:20
low 0:44
high 19:47
low 14:00
SYNOPTIC
21˚ 25˚
10 AM TODAY
Thursday January 3, 2019
TC “Penny”
100
© Commonwealth of Australia 2019
Adelaide - Sunny 41 Brisbane - Possible shower 30
Darwin - Shower, storm 33 Hobart- Mostly sunny 28
Melbourne - Mostly sunny 28 Perth - Early shower 24
SYDNEY UV
1016
1008
24
Sun protection recommended
from 8:40am - 5:20pm
Charles De Saxe
Seeking descendant of Charles De
Saxe, dentist and President of
Moruya Surf Life Saving Club 19321947, to clarify some information
and possible lead to a photograph.
Please contact Max Hogno, Senior
Life Member, Moruya SLSC at
hagenow@bigpond.com.
Central Coast League
Due to being overseas until the
start of November I have pushed
back our 70-year reunion. Once
again it will be at The Crown Plaza,
Terrigal starting at 12pm on February
2, just opposite the main bar.
Remember, it is for anyone who
played in any grade or was on a
committee or who coached. Let’s
see if we can get a few more than
last year — although everyone
seemed to enjoy themselves last
year. We can make a $20 donation
to The Men Of League again as an
entry fee. As per last year, food is
available all day. Any questions, just
call Michael on 0416 335 768.
Book request
Looking for a book called
Chicken Soup For The Woman’s Soul
by Jack Canfield in good condition.
Will pay. Contact Roslyn on 0421
163 692.
1016 1017
Join Military History Tours as we follow the actions of the Australian Light Horse including the victorious charge at Beersheba.
The tour also includes what is believed to be the first ever ANZAC Day Dawn Service in Israel to honour the 512 officers and 5,313
soldiers who lost their lives during the campaign and all ANZACS who fought WWI in this theatre.
For more information or to book call on 1300 364 671 or 0408 098 985 or visit militaryhistorytours.com.au
975
The Men of League Foundation,
Central Coast Committee, will hold
an Annual General Meeting at
the Central Coast Leagues Club
Gosford at 11am on Sunday, February
3. Members and those people
interested in joining the MOL
Foundation on the Central Coast are
invited to attend as well as are all
On 31 October 1917, The strategic town of Beersheba, in modern day Israel, was captured by the Light Horse in a helter skelter great cavalry
charge, with the Light horsemen armed with only rifles slung and bayonets. The action is the stuff of legend.
1.8m
0.5m
1.3m
0.4m
First Quarter
January 14
Full Moon
January 21
1000
Back in the ‘70s, Norma Savage and I
worked at the Education
Department’s Liverpool Regional
Office. I would dearly love to contact
Norma to catch up. Phone Jim on 02
9522 0026.
Anzac Day at Beersheba and Mt Scopus
Jerusalem 2019
10
1008
Norma Savage
Men of League
SATURDAY
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low 2:07
high 21:14
low 15:23
New Moon
January 6
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0.5m
1.3m
0.4m
1008
27 Bega
w w w. b o m . g o v. a u
tomorrow
4:13 am
6:33 pm
MOON
1010
Partly cloudy.
Albury 40
FRIDAY
high 8:03
low 1:27
high 20:32
low 14:45
1.7m
0.5m
1.3m
0.5m
WOLLONGONG
Min Max(˚C)
tomorrow
5:50 am
8:10 pm
http://www.bom.gov.au/oceanography/tides/
1016
CAPITALS TODAY
BEN HORVATH
The ENE swell is very small and weak, averaging half a metre
or so on Sydney’s open beaches, tending smaller to less then
half a metre elsewhere with size depending on exposure.
The wind will be calm to light NNW 5 knots, tending NE to 10
knots in the afternoon.The best prospects for a tiny, surfable
wave today will be Maroubra, Nth Steyne, Curl Curl, Nth
Narrabeen, Mona Vale, Bungan or Whale Beach.
Third Quarter
January 28
former members. The purpose of the
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Death & Funeral Summary
CHARD,
DOLAHENTY,
HAMLIN,
LEESE,
LINDSAY,
LUXFORD,
MACBETH,
MURPHY,
NEWMAN,
PATTON,
REEVE,
RIDEOUT,
SHEARER,
STEWART,
WATSON,
WATT,
WROBLEWICZ,
Camellia Jean
Mark
Norman Leslie
Patrick
Lionel Joseph
Trevor (Jimmy)
Judith Beryl
Joshua
Doreen May
Mary Jean
Colin John
Graham Paul
Brenda Alma
Margaret
William James (Bill)
Gwendoline
Joseph
This summary is a complimentary service.
All care is taken to endeavour to include all names from the
notices appearing today, however there are circumstances when
this is beyond our control and some names may be omitted.
Please read all advertisements within the Death and Funeral
Notices columns for comprehensive list.
Wherever possible we endeavour to place Death and Funeral
notices into "family order". There are circumstances when this is
beyond our control.
Death & Funeral Notices
CHARD, Camellia Jean.
24/12/1922 - 02/01/2019
Aged 96 years
Formerly of Swan Creek
Late of Blacktown
Loving Son of Jim (dec)
and Maggie (dec). Father
of Simon and Darrel.
Grandfather of 10. Brother
of Tony (dec), Peter (dec)
and
Pauline
(dec).
Devoted Uncle of their
families.
Long
time
companion of Michael.
Aged 79 Years
Forever In Our Hearts
Privately Cremated
LINDSAY
Lionel Joseph
24 December, 2018
at Katoomba Hospital.
Of Mt. Victoria.
Dearly loved husband of Doris,
loved father & father-in-law of
Ken, John & Angela & their
families.
In his 86th year.
At peace.
Sadly Missed
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property or
accommodation
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DOLAHENTY, Mark
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Fire and Rescue NSW notes
with regret the passing of Mark
Dolahenty, formerly of the
Industrial
Relations
team,
Greenacre on 25 December
2018.
Loving wife of Bob. Devoted
mother and mother-in-law
of Scott and Sarah, Michael
and Rachel. Loving Nan of
Toby, Jack, Olivia, Jacob,
Daina and Francesca.
STEWART, Margaret.
26.1.1932 -26.12.2018
Passed away peacefully
surrounded by family.
Warren, Susan, Christopher,
Craig, Tania and Trent.
Devoted father- in-law to Toni,
Maria, Graham, Traci and
Catriona. Loving Pop to 12
and great-grandfather to 10.
Forever In Our Hearts
A Funeral Service for NORM will
be held on Friday, 4th January
2019 in the South Chapel of
Eastern Suburbs Crematorium,
12 Military Road, Matraville,
commencing at 2.00 pm.
Late of Chifley.
Passed away peacefully on
the 29th December 2018,
aged 95 surrounded by her
loving family.
Much loved mother of Paul
and
Bedelia.
Cherished
grandmother
of
Joshua,
Samuel, Izaac, Eve and Sean.
Sister, aunty and great-aunty
to many.
The eldest of 15 children, she
was a loving Wife to Murray
(dec), adored Mother to
Carol, treasured Nan to Jodi
and Terry and cherished
Great Grandmother.
Aged 70 Years
Forever In Our Hearts
The family and friends of
MARGARET are warmly invited
to attend a Celebration of her
Family and friends of MARY life to be held in the North
are invited to attend her Chapel of Forest Lawn
Park,
Camden
funeral service in the South Memorial
Chapel
of
Rookwood Valley Way, Leppington on
Crematorium and Memorial Friday, 4 January, 2019
Gardens, Memorial Avenue, commencing at 10.00a.m.
Rookwood, on Friday 4
January, 2019 at 10.30am.
In lieu of flowers, the family
has requested donations to Leppington
Australian Cancer Research
Foundation.
A
Funeral Service
for
Gwendoline will be held
Saturday, 5th January 2019
at
Mary
Immaculate
Catholic
Church,
45A
Victoria Street, Waverley,
9606 5648 commencing at 11:00am.
JOHN WHEATLEY
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LUXFORD, Trevor (Jimmy)
Sadly missed by families.
TREVOR will be laid to rest on
January 3, 2019 at 1 pm at
Forest Lawns North Cemetery,
Camden
Valley
Way,
Leppington.
All welcome
WROBLEWICZ, Joseph.
REEVE, Colin John
16/04/1932 - 27/12/2018
WALTON, Stephen
Beloved
husband
to
Pauline. Much loved dad to
John and Christine. Reevey
to Elliott, Patrick, Samuel,
Lindsay and Olivia.
Fire and Rescue NSW notes
with regret the passing of
Retired Firefighter Stephen
Walton (300029), formerly of
the 300 Station, Gilgandra on
25 December 2018.
The family and friends of
COLIN are warmly invited to
attend a Celebration of his
Life to be held in the South
Chapel of Forest Lawn
Memorial Park, Camden
Valley Way, Leppington on
Monday, 7 January, 2019
commencing at 10.30 am.
"Forever In Our Hearts"
MACBETH, Judith Beryl
30.1.1934 - 19.12.2018
Late of Grasmere
The relatives and friends of
Judith are kindly invited to
attend her graveside service Leppington
to be held on Friday January 4,
2019 at the Booral Cemetery
(St. Barnabas Anglican Church
Yard) commencing at 11am
Following the service people
are kindly invited to attend a
Memorial Service at Raymond
Terrace Bowling Club, 2
Jacaranda Ave. Raymond
Terrace at 1pm.
Loving husband of Barbara
(dec), caring father of Brad
and Craig and adoring
Grandpa of Amani and
Bianca. Taken from us too
soon, Aged 66 years. You will
be forever in our hearts, minds
and souls.
Family and friends are invited
to attend Joseph’s funeral
service to be held in the South
Chapel
Rookwood
Crematorium,
Memorial
Avenue Rookwood on Friday
11th January 2019 at 1.30pm.
WATSON, William James (Bill)
December 29, 2018
Late of Strathfield
Beloved husband of Nellie
(dec). Much loved father of
Julie, Robert and Brookman
(dec) and their partners.
9606 5648 Cherished grandfather to
Sarah & Tana, Benjamin &
Elizabeth, Alexandra & Grace.
Loving great-grandfather to
Nelson and Cora. Brother to
John.
RIDEOUT, Graham Paul
8.10.1957 - 29.12.2018
Late of Camden
The relatives and friends of
Graham are kindly invited to
attend his funeral service to be
held on Tuesday, January 8,
2019 at the Camden Civic
Centre,
commencing
at
11am.
Private Cremation.
Tributes &
Condolences
Former Australian
Test Cricketer
Gone for 87
A great innings
Relatives and friends of BILL
are warmly invited to attend
his Funeral, Friday (January 4,
2019) to be held in the Nurses
War Memorial Chapel, 50 Pine
Avenue, Little Bay appointed
to commencing at 12 noon.
OLIVER, Mavis Joy
11.10.1926 - 3.1.2014
Dearly loved,
5 years have passed
& you are never forgotten.
In our hearts forever.
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Passed away peacefully on
Friday 28 December, 2018
after a long and
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surrounded by loved ones.
Your loving husband Mick,
daughters Beverly and
Marilyn, son-in-laws Ian and
Graham, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren
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son,
brother,
nephew, cousin and friend.
HAMLIN, Norman Leslie
"Trotter"
Late Of Botany
Passed away peacefully on
Tuesday 1st January 2019,
aged 89 years,
surrounded by
his loving family.
WATT, Gwendoline
nee Howard
A service for LIONEL will be
held
in
the
Blackheath
Presbyterian
Church,
Wentworth Street, Blackheath
ON TUESDAY (8TH JANUARY,
2019) AT 10.30AM.
DRAW 1298
A Better Man
Forever Loved,
Never Forgotten
A Prayer Service will be held
for JOSHUA on Friday 4
Dearly loved Daughter of
January 2019 at St Mary’s
Hannah & Joseph (dec).
Cathedral, 2 St Mary’s
Much loved Sister & Aunt of
Cherished husband to Norma. Road, Sydney commencing
many.
Much loved father to Glenn, at 11.00am.
Family & friends of Camellia
are warmly invited to attend
her Funeral Service to be held
on Monday 7th January 2019
at
Pinegrove
Memorial
Park
Lawn
Cemetery,
Great
Western
Highway,
Minchinbury at 11:00am.
PATTON, Mary Jean
21st June 1948 31st December 2018
Tuesday 1 January 2018
Prize Winning Numbers
Supplementaries
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Prize Pool
6
Winners
18
SHEARER,
Brenda Alma
Div
Prize Value
1
$2,000,000.00
0
$0.00
December 28 2018
Late of Miranda
2
$73,401.60
3
$24,467.20
3
$151,120.80
48
$3,148.35
4
$77,716.80
216
$359.80
5
$90,636.00
1,820
$49.80
6
$1,036,000.00
41,440
$25.00
7
$1,161,672.75
73,757
$15.75
Beloved Wife of Charles
(dec). Loving Mother of
Kim and Mother-in-Law of
Russell.
Devoted
Grandmother of Kara
and Jaryd and their
partners,
David
and
NEWMAN, Doreen May
Aged 95 years
Natasha. Proud Great
Passed away peacefully
Grandmother of Mayah,
in Bankstown Hospital
Makynzie
and
Brody.
on 24.12.2018.
Late of Yallambee Village, Much loved Godmother
Revesby, formerly of Tompson of Vicki.
Division 1: No Winning Entries.
Road, Panania. Beloved wife
of David (dec.). Loving sister to
Aged 86 Years
Eileen, Kathleen, Jack, William,
Forever In Our Hearts
Daniel and Ernest (all dec.).
At peace
Loving Aunty to her many
nieces, nephews and their
Relatives and friends of
families.
Jackpot now stands at $34,120,000 in Mega Jackpot Draw 1189
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DOREEN’s family and friends
are invited to attend her
Funeral Service to be held in
the South Chapel, Rookwood
Crematorium on MONDAY
(Jan 7, 2019) at 11.30 a.m.
Brenda, are kindly invited
to attend her Funeral
Service, to be held in the
South
Chapel,
of
Woronora Crematorium,
Sutherland, Wednesday,
January 9, 2019 at 1 pm.
OZ LOTTO DRAW 1298 JACKPOT IS $5 MILLION
MEGA JACKPOT
DRAW 1188
1st Prize of $200,000 - N°079239
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3 rd Prize of $5,000 - N° 111128
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2nd Prize of $20,000 - N° 010101
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Fire and Rescue
with regret the
Senior Firefighter
(9267), formerly of
Doyalson on 25
2018.
NSW notes
passing of
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292 Station,
December
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RACE 1: 4 2 11. Win $18.90 place $4.80 $2.70 $1.10. Q:
$77.30. E: $146.10. Duets: 4-2: $18.40, 4-11: $6.50,
2-11: $3.40. T: $556.10. First 4: 4-2-11-5: $2,409.50.
Sub: 11. Scr: 3,13.
RACE 2: 3 12 4. Win $19.90 place $6.50 $2.40 $2.20. Q:
$81.60. E: $115.80. Duets: 3-12: $22.40, 3-4: $21.30,
12-4: $7.70. T: $962.80. D: $1,693.20. First 4: 3-12-4-7:
$9,152.90. Sub: 8. Scr: 10(L).
RACE 3: 7 5 1. Win $4.70 place $1.60 $1.70 $1.20. Q:
$12.20. E: $21.90. Duets: 7-5: $3.30, 7-1: $2.40, 5-1:
$2.10. T: $47.40. D: $140.70. First 4: 7-5-1-8: $211.90.
Sub: 1. Scr: 6.
RACE 4: 6 4 8. Win $7.00 place $1.90 $2.30 $1.04. Q:
$27.00. E: $49.00. Duets: 6-4: $6.60, 6-8: $2.30, 4-8:
$3.30. T: $112.00. D: $29.70. First 4: 6-4-8-3: $283.70.
Sub: 8. Scr: 1,5,7,10,11,13,17,18.
RACE 5: 5 2 10. Win $13.60 place $2.50 $1.70 $9.10. Q:
$30.70. E: $103.90. Duets: 5-2: $8.60, 5-10: $66.60,
2-10: $36.70. T: $1,111.70. D: $183.40. First 4: 5-2-106: $7,770.70. Sub: 6. Scr: 1,8(L).
RACE 6: 6 3 1. Win $8.40 place $2.70 $1.50 $2.40. Q:
$13.30. E: $28.10. Duets: 6-3: $5.00, 6-1: $13.60,
3-1: $4.20. T: $202.70. D: $241.40. First 4: 6-3-1-5:
$608.30. Sub: 3. Scr: 4(L),7(L).
RACE 7: 4 2 5. Win $22.70 place $2.80 $1.10 $1.70.
Q: $6.20. E: $51.70. Duets: 4-2: $3.30, 4-5: $6.60,
2-5: $2.00. T: $154.00. D: $251.20. First 4: 4-2-5-7:
$1,131.90. Sub: 2. Scr: 6(L),9(L).
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Flick Pass
(5)--Manning Treasure (4) $213.30. Subs: 6,2.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4: (4)(3)(7)
(6): $16,762.70. Subs: 11,8,1,8.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 4,5,6,7: (6)(5)(6)(4):
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NSW TAB BIG6 on races 2,3,4,5,6,7: (3)(7)(6)(5)(6)
(4): Major (winners of 6 races): Not won. Supplementary
(winners of first 5 races): Not won. Subs: 8,1,8,6,3,2.
RACE 1: 5 8 1Win $2.20 place NPP NPPQ: $1.10. E: $2.40.
T: $3.10. Sub: 8. Scr: 2,3,4,6,7,9.
RACE 2: 6 3 8. Win $4.50 place $1.50 $1.20 $1.40. Q:
$4.10. E: $11.70. Duets: 6-3: $1.70, 6-8: $1.40, 3-8:
$2.10. T: $25.00. D: $3.70. First 4: 6-3-8-2: $58.10. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 3: 2 1 7. Win $7.50 place $2.70 $1.30 NTD. Q:
$6.10. E: $24.70. T: $329.90. D: $17.90. First 4: 2-1-75: $855.60. Sub: 1. Scr: 3.
RACE 4: 5 4 7. Win $2.90 place $1.30 $1.60 NTD. Q:
$4.60. E: $8.90. T: $65.60. D: $31.70. First 4: 5-4-7-1:
$48.90. Sub: 1. Scr: 2,3,6.
RACE 5: 9 1 4. Win $2.30 place $1.50 $2.30 NTD. Q:
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$79.00. Sub: 4. Scr: 2,6.
RACE 6: 5 6 2. Win $2.60 place $1.90 $3.70 NTD. Q:
$13.30. E: $24.90. T: $54.20. D: $25.60. First 4: 5-6-210: $234.10. Sub: 5. Scr: 3,7,8,9.
RACE 7: 2 1 3. Win $5.30 place $2.40 $1.60 NTD. Q:
$6.00. E: $15.40. T: $118.60. D: $4.30. First 4: 2-1-3-4:
$152.40. Sub: 4. Scr: 5,8.
RACE 8: 2 5 7. Win $2.60 place $1.10 $4.60 NTD. Q:
$10.30. E: $13.70. T: $88.00. D: $20.50. First 4: 2-5-74: $319.40. Sub: 1. Scr: 3,8.
RACE 9: 6 5 3. Win $25.50 place $9.20 $2.00 NTD. Q:
$46.70. E: $137.30. T: $552.80. D: $75.20. First 4: 6-53-2: $3,438.60. Sub: 2. Scr: 7.
RACE 10: 1 7 3. Win $1.60 place $1.10 $2.20 NTD. Q:
$6.60. E: $7.80. T: $13.00. D: $62.60. First 4: 1-7-3-4:
$38.30. Sub: 1. Scr: 2,6,9.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Jimmy Casey (5)-One Hour Parking (2) $9.20. Subs: 5,1.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4: (5)(6)(2)
(5): $266.30. Subs: 8,NSR,1,1.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (9)(5)(2)(2):
$244.40. Subs: 4,5,4,1.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 4,5,6,7,8,9: (5)(9)(5)(2)(2)
(6): Major (winners of 6 races): Not won. Supplementary
(winners of first 5 races): $33.30. Subs: 1,4,5,4,1,2.
Sapphire Coast
RACE 1: 1 4 3. Win $2.80 place NPP NPP NPP. Q: $3.80.
E: $10.00. T: $13.30. First 4: 1-4-3-2: $20.40. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 2: 2 1 3. Win $8.10 place $3.00 $1.40 NTD. Q:
$4.50. E: $11.40. T: $38.40. D: $27.70. First 4: 2-1-3-4:
$226.10. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 3: 5 6 7. Win $5.10 place $2.80 $4.40 NTD. Q:
$32.10. E: $64.00. T: $401.80. D: $19.90. First 4: 5-6-71: $960.30. Sub: 1. Scr: 2.
RACE 4: 8 1 4. Win $13.70 place $2.40 $1.60 $1.90.
Q: $23.30. E: $56.50. Duets: 8-1: $8.90, 8-4: $12.50,
1-4: $4.00. T: $369.50. D: $74.00. First 4: 8-1-4-9:
$1,311.70. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 5: 5 3 8. Win $2.40 place $1.20 $2.10 $2.40. Q:
$8.90. E: $13.10. Duets: 5-3: $4.10, 5-8: $3.60, 3-8:
$7.60. T: $60.00. D: $62.00. First 4: 5-3-8-7: $372.10.
Sub: 5. Scr: 6.
RACE 6: 8 1 6. Win $5.70 place $2.10 $1.40 $1.40. Q:
$13.10. E: $26.70. Duets: 8-1: $4.50, 8-6: $1.04, 1-6:
$4.50. T: $85.60. D: $19.30. First 4: 8-1-6-10: $368.00.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 7: 3 11 10. Win $3.00 place $1.30 $1.30 $4.30.
Q: $3.60. E: $8.20. Duets: 3-11: $2.00, 3-10: $7.20,
11-10: $7.70. T: $75.60. D: $18.00. First 4: 3-11-10-8:
$802.40. Sub: NSR. All Started.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Smart Remark (5)-Luga Lad (3) $10.50. Subs: 5,NSR.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4: (1)(2)(5)
(8): $895.70. Subs: NSR,NSR,1,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 4,5,6,7: (8)(5)(8)(3):
$761.40. Subs: NSR,5,NSR,NSR.
Sandown Hillside
RACE 1: 9 10 3. Win $6.00 place $2.10 $2.30 $1.50. Q:
$18.00. E: $26.40. Duets: 9-10: $7.40, 9-3: $5.20, 103: $5.00. T: $146.30. First 4: 9-10-3-8: $1,766.20. Sub:
3. Scr: 1.
RACE 2: 5 14 4. Win $4.50 place $1.80 $3.10 $9.40. Q:
$21.60. E: $38.00. Duets: 5-14: $8.30, 5-4: $29.70,
14-4: $58.60. T: $868.60. D: $28.60. First 4: 5-14-4-6:
$7,336.10. Sub: 5. Scr: 11,2(L),8(L).
RACE 3: 2 6 5. Win $4.70 place $2.50 $1.80 NTD. Q:
$4.50. E: $12.80. T: $89.60. D: $32.50. First 4: 2-6-5-4:
$164.70. Sub: 6. Scr: 1,3.
RACE 4: 1 8 12. Win $5.30 place $2.00 $4.70 $17.70.
Q: $27.90. E: $40.80. Duets: 1-8: $9.70, 1-12: $82.60,
8-12: $140.20. T: $1,645.70. D: $24.20. First 4: 1-8-129: $8,995.40. Sub: 5. Scr: 11(L).
RACE 5: 6 7 8. Win $2.20 place $1.20 $1.60 $5.90. Q:
$4.40. E: $5.80. Duets: 6-7: $2.50, 6-8: $10.40, 7-8:
$16.80. T: $114.80. D: $9.00. First 4: 6-7-8-9: $823.10.
Sub: 6. Scr: 4,3(L).
RACE 6: 5 11 8. Win $4.30 place $1.90 $4.70 $1.60. Q:
$36.30. E: $55.20. Duets: 5-11: $11.80, 5-8: $3.80,
11-8: $8.10. T: $233.10. D: $10.10. First 4: 5-11-8-9:
$1,331.20. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 7: 5 2 11. Win $9.90 place $2.00 $1.04 $1.90. Q:
$4.50. E: $16.50. Duets: 5-2: $1.90, 5-11: $9.20, 2-11:
$2.30. T: $69.70. D: $81.20. First 4: 5-2-11-9: $313.60.
Sub: 2. Scr: 6,7,10,12,1(L),3(L).
RACE 8: 11 13 8. Win $3.20 place $1.60 $2.10 $3.00. Q:
$10.90. E: $15.40. Duets: 11-13: $4.70, 11-8: $5.90,
13-8: $8.20. T: $104.20. D: $55.30. First 4: 11-13-8-14:
$537.50. Sub: 11. Scr: 12,15,16,17,4(L).
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Villa Sarchi (5)--Tin
Hat (11) $13.30. Subs: NSR,11.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4: (9)(5)(2)
(1): $691.90. Subs: 3,5,6,5.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (6)(5)(5)(11):
$626.00. Subs: 6,NSR,2,11.
HARNESS
What else do you need to know?
Bathurst
Information as to the nature of these severe weather events can be sourced from the
Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). Damaging winds and large hailstones are referred to
in the BOM Severe Weather Warning issued for 21 December 2018 initially at 5:58pm,
Friday 21 December 2018, reference number IDQ21033; all of which were widely
reported in the news media after the events.
RACE 1: 7 4 6. Win $1.50 place $1.04 $1.70 $12.00. Q:
$4.90. E: $6.00. Duets: 7-4: $2.40, 7-6: $11.90, 4-6:
$33.40. T: $52.10. First 4: 7-4-6-2: $325.40. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 2: 8 3 7. Win $9.80 place $2.00 $1.04 $1.30. Q:
$6.30. E: $28.50. Duets: 8-3: $3.20, 8-7: $1.60, 3-7:
$1.60. T: $96.00. D: $15.10. First 4: 8-3-7-1: $335.50.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 3: 4 6 9. Win $1.70 place $1.10 $1.60 $1.90. Q:
$2.60. E: $3.50. Duets: 4-6: $1.60, 4-9: $4.10, 6-9:
$5.70. T: $15.40. D: $35.40. First 4: 4-6-9-10: $30.40.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 4: 5 7 2. Win $4.10 place $1.60 $2.40 $14.60. Q:
$18.90. E: $43.50. Duets: 5-7: $9.20, 5-2: $8.70, 7-2:
$49.70. T: $708.60. D: $7.00. First 4: 5-7-2-8: $723.50.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 5: 4 5 2. Win $1.50 place $1.20 $20.20 NTD. Q:
$20.80. E: $46.90. T: $118.90. D: $14.10. First 4: 4-5-26: $386.10. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 6: 5 2 8. Win $2.50 place $1.10 $1.30 $1.60. Q:
$3.00. E: $5.40. Duets: 5-2: $1.70, 5-8: $2.70, 2-8:
$2.70. T: $16.10. D: $5.60. First 4: 5-2-8-1: $112.90.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 7: 4 2 6. Win $1.60 place $1.10 $1.50 $4.00. Q:
$4.20. E: $6.20. Duets: 4-2: $2.20, 4-6: $6.00, 2-6:
$16.00. T: $42.50. D: $6.90. First 4: 4-2-6-1: $280.80.
Sub: 4. Scr: 9.
RACE 8: 1 7 8. Win $3.00 place $1.30 $1.30 $2.10. Q:
$8.60. E: $10.40. Duets: 1-7: $3.30, 1-8: $3.90, 7-8:
$3.00. T: $40.00. D: $12.30. First 4: 1-7-8-5: $75.00.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Fouroeight
(4)--Crossfirehall (4) $3.80. Subs: NSR,4.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4: (7)(8)(4)
(5): $223.10. Subs: NSR,NSR,NSR,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (4)(5)(4)(1):
$41.70. Subs: NSR,NSR,4,NSR.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 3,4,5,6,7,8: (4)(5)(4)
(5)(4)(1): Major (winners of 6 races): $101.90
Supplementary (winners of first 5 races): $11.30. Subs:
NSR,NSR,NSR,NSR,4,NSR.
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Telecommunications (Customer Service Guarantee) Standard 2011, including an
exemption from the payment of compensation between 24 December 2018 to
28 January 2019 inclusive for any delays in fixing or connecting services, and the
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Richmond
RACE 1: 6 8 3. Win $46.50 place $6.80 $2.60 $1.60. Q:
$296.90. E: $340.90. Duets: 6-8: $90.80, 6-3: $53.30,
8-3: $9.40. T: $3,648.60. First 4: 6-8-3-7: $2,850.60.
Sub: 1. Scr: 9,10.
RACE 2: 4 6 7. Win $11.90 place $1.40 $1.10 $1.50.
Q: $11.80. E: $52.10. Duets: 4-6: $3.70, 4-7: $7.50,
6-7: $2.50. T: $154.60. D: No winner. First 4: 4-6-7-2:
$531.10. Sub: 6. Scr: 9,10,5(L).
RACE 3: 6 7 3. Win $2.30 place $1.20 $4.50 NTD. Q:
$3.90. E: $6.30. T: $16.30. D: $33.20. First 4: 6-7-3-9:
$81.00. Sub: 6. Scr: 4,5,8,10.
RACE 4: 5 7 4. Win $2.70 place $1.80 $1.70 NTD. Q:
$2.90. E: $4.00. T: $10.90. D: $7.10. First 4: 5-7-4-2:
$27.00. Sub: 5. Scr: 3,6,8.
RACE 5: 7 8 1. Win $2.30 place $1.04 $3.10 $1.70. Q:
$10.50. E: $13.40. Duets: 7-8: $3.40, 7-1: $2.20, 8-1:
$3.60. T: $34.10. D: $5.60. First 4: 7-8-1-2: $121.80.
Sub: 7. Scr: 5,10.
RACE 6: 2 4 8. Win $2.10 place $1.20 $1.30 $1.30. Q:
$5.60. E: $13.90. Duets: 2-4: $2.90, 2-8: $1.70, 4-8:
$2.90. T: $27.70. D: $12.40. First 4: 2-4-8-7: $79.50.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 7: 6 5 3. Win $10.70 place $3.40 $6.30 $1.60. Q:
$117.50. E: $305.30. Duets: 6-5: $13.30, 6-3: $5.60,
5-3: $11.70. T: $1,206.20. D: $59.50. First 4: 6-5-3-4:
$3,872.70. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 8: 7 4 6. Win $3.90 place $1.30 $1.60 $2.40. Q:
$7.70. E: $18.10. Duets: 7-4: $2.50, 7-6: $5.90, 4-6:
$9.90. T: $93.90. D: $52.80. First 4: 7-4-6-8: $316.70.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 9: 1 8 6. Win $3.80 place $1.50 $2.80 $2.30. Q:
$11.60. E: $17.60. Duets: 1-8: $4.10, 1-6: $5.50, 8-6:
$7.50. T: $226.00. D: $19.30. First 4: 1-8-6-5: $723.50.
Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 10: 5 7 3. Win $5.40 place $1.60 $7.00 $4.40. Q:
$118.50. E: $107.30. Duets: 5-7: $23.90, 5-3: $14.70,
7-3: $43.40. T: $1,401.00. D: $26.10. First 4: 5-7-3-6:
$2,864.00. Sub: NSR. All Started.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Night Thief
(2)--Flying Springer (7) $20.60. Subs: NSR,NSR.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4: (6)(4)(6)
(5): $127.50. Subs: 1,6,6,5.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (7)(2)(6)(7):
$814.40. Subs: 7,NSR,NSR,NSR.
Golf
JNJG ACT WEEK OF GOLF, at Federal GC: Rd 1: Boys
(par 72): J Boediman (Moore Park) 69 A Coull (The Lakes)
L Chamberlain (Federal) 70. 17yrs: A Coull (The Lakes)
70. 16yrs: L Chamberlain (Federal) 70. 15yrs: J Boediman
(Moore Park) 69. 14yrs/u: J Guan (The Australian) 73.
Hcp: C Jackson (Bathurst 6) 68. Girls (par 73): K Williams
(Avondale) 70 Y Kim (Strathfield) 74. 15yrs/o: K Williams
(Avondale) 70. 14yrs/u: B Mapanao (The Australian) 77.
Hcp: A Bull (Beverley Park 12) 71.
● CLUB
ASQUITH: Men: S’ford: 2B: Div 1: K Whittaker (10) D
Chambers (16) 47 cb. Div 2: J Gibson (34) R Davis (21)
49. Scr: L Malcolm (2) D Morgan (1) 39. Team Agg: L
Malcolm (2) D Morgan (1) M Boland (9) G Bower (12) 145.
A: M Boland (9) 42. B: G Birt (14) 41. C: J Cosgrove (19)
43. D: J Gibson (34) 45.
BALGOWLAH: Mxd: S’ford: A: H Zeegers (13) 40. B: I
Lanskis (22) 40 cb. C: B McPherson (23) 35 cb.
BANKSTOWN: Men: S’ford: 2B Agg: P Thompson (7) J
McAlister (19) 76. A: P Thompson (7) 38. B: G Hilzinger
(18) 39. C: J McAlister (19) 38.
BARNWELL PARK: Women: S’ford: T Hezlett (32) 38 cb.
BAYVIEW: Men: S’ford: 2B: D Brown (15) J Himilton
(15) 48. A: N Windsor (7) 38. B: K Mackay (17) 40. C:
J Himilton (35) 40. White: T Croal (25) 37. Scr: Black:
G Whyte (4) 31.
BELMONT: Men: S’ford: A: S Shaw (13) 42. B: D Gordon
(16) 41. C: B Stone (26) 44.
BEVERLEY PARK: Men: S’ford: 2B Agg: Div 1: G
Blatchford (25) R Bradfield (21) 83. A: D Gartrell (10) 44.
B: P Emslie (19) 44. C: G Blatchford (28) 44.
BEXLEY: Men: S’ford: 2B Multi: D Buckley (14) G
Bombell (16) 89. 2B Scr: S Morrison (Randwick) S Todd
(Randwick) 59. R Kelly (10) 43.
BLACKHEATH: Men: S’ford: 2B: G Dwodell (7) M Hillier
(12) 48. I Griffiths (9) 43.
BONDI: Men: S’ford: G Sims (23) 38.
BONNIE DOON: Men: S’ford: Scr: S Macaulay 39. A: S
Macaulay (2) 41. B: B Bulters (15) 42 cb. C: A Innes (26)
41. D: P Heaney (33) 45.
BONVILLE: Medley: S’ford: 2B Agg: G Lawrence (17) J
Blackman (11) 80. L Butterworth (Pacific 7) 40.
BOWRAL: Men: Stroke: Ambrose: D Purchase (+1) C
Houden (19) B Frith (26) 57.6.
CABRAMATTA: Men: S’ford: 2B Agg: Div 1: T Simon (10) S
Bugdayli (12) 74. Div 2: D Hunter (9) B Hunt (22) 76. Scr:
R Buettner J Trivellato 59. A: E Narayan (11) 38 cb. B: H
Le (14) 40. C: J Misitano (21) 41.
CAMDEN: Women: Par: 2B: L Dredge A Sharp 10 up. A: J
Matheson (16) 2 up. B: A Sharp (25) 5 up. C: P Morrison
(34) 5 up.
CARNARVON: Women: S’ford: 2B: L Elks (Massey Park
32) L Ransom (Barnwell Park 37) 51. A: G Lee (16) 40. B:
A Cho (20) 37 cb. C: L Elks (Massey Park 32) 42.
CASTLE HILL: Men: S’ford: 2B Multi: L Wiese (25) I
Lapins (22) 96 cb. A: F Bardetta (8) 43. B: A Johnston
(12) 41 cb. C: J Mathieson (20) 44. PM 2B Multi: M
Tierney (25) P McLoughlin (14) 91. A: D Simonsen (9) 41.
B: M Hawes (12) 40 cb. C: M Tierney (25) 47. 2B Scr: R
Patten M Thomson 39.
CASTLECOVE: Women: S’ford: J Cryer (25) 31 cb.
CHATSWOOD: Men: S’ford 2B: J Martin (15) M Culican
(18) 49 cb. A: T Savage (10) 42. B: G Lawrence (16) 41.
C: L Luo (22) 45.
CONCORD: Men: S’ford: 2B: D Van Blerk (14) M Rose (18)
51. 2B Scr: A Bradley J Ponder 41 cb. A: C Montgomery
(5) 41. B: D Van Blerk (14) 41. C: V Curran (23) 41. Gold: B
Hilderbrandt (26) 41.
CROMER: Men: S’ford: 4B: A Grenot (15) B Green (11) 45.
4B Scr: N Robb (+2) H Robb (27) 40. Scr: T Felan 34. A:
A Grenot (15) 43. B: H Parker (21) 40. C: F Kong (34) 38.
CRONULLA: Women: S’ford: A: K Selman (18) 37 cb. B:
L Parris (21) 36. C: S Willer (33) 39. D: T Thoms (42) 34.
Scr: J Thuge 29.
CUMBERLAND: Men: S’ford: 2B: N Pepin T Duffy 51. 2B
Scr: N Pepin M Sammut 39. Div 1: N Pepin (9) 44. Div 2:
B Doig (18) 42. Div 3: R Park (25) 38 cb. Scr: M Hay 33.
EASTLAKE: Medley: S’ford: Scr: M Zee 37. A: H Holohan
(4) 41. B: G Doyle (17) 42. C: K Hepburn (35) 44.
ELANORA: Women: S’ford: T Lloyd (12) 38.
EVERGLADES: Men: S’ford: Irish Team: I Pentony (16) A
Friend (25) J Shaw (6) M Clune (14) 95 cb. Scr: S Bennett
36. A: D Grimish (10) 43. B: M Wilson (17) 42 cb. C: D
Rooney (24) 44. D: K Botting (36) 40.
GEORGES RIVER: Men: Stroke: Medal: Div 1: M Tran (15)
64. Div 1 Scr: A Crowe 72. Div 2: N Marden (36) 69. Div
2 Scr: G Brackenridge 94 cb. S’ford: T Metera (12) 38.
GOSFORD: Men: S’ford: A: T Van Der Kolk (1) 41. B:
B Robertson (14) 42 cb. C: I Ferrier (20) 39 cb. D: R
Gardner (28) 41 cb.
HARRINGTON WATERS: Men: S’ford: A: C Derks (11) 40.
B: A Ashworth (27) 41.
HIGHLANDS: Medley: S’ford: C Haase (17) 45.
HORIZONS: Men: S’ford: T Reidel (8) 41. Women: S Wood
(34) 37 cb.
JAMBEROO: Men: S’ford: H Osman (20) 42.
KAREELA: Men: S’ford: 2B Agg: C Elton (10) M Price (15)
77. A: G Reilly (13) 40 cb. B: R Richmond (21) 41. C: D
Woodward (23) 44. Scr: B HILL (5) 36.
KILLARA: Men: S’ford: 2B: O Salter (24) F Clatworthy
(30) 55. 2B Scr: G C.Hohnen G Wilson 40 cb. A: B Wilson
(11) 45. B: R Todd (15) 50. C: F Clatworthy (30) 47.
KOGARAH: Men: S’ford: A: W Marsh (4) 40 cb. Scr: D
Gallagher 39. B: A Whiting (15) 37 cb. C: G Brown (20) 38.
Veteran: W Marsh (4) 40.
KOOINDAH WATERS: Men: S’ford: M Coolican (27) 37.
Women: M Sheekey (18) 40.
LANE COVE: Men: S’ford: 2B: G Rothery (22) M Kaars
(33) 49. M Simonsen (19) 40 cb.
LEURA: Medley: S’ford: 2B: C Youll (24) S Jago (18) 50.
C Youll (24) 43.
LIVERPOOL: Medley: S’ford: C Yu (32) 39.
LONG REEF: Men: S’ford: 4B: A Papandrea M Maras 52.
A: M Oaten (8) 40. B: M Robertson (14) 41. C: P O’Regan
(28) 41. Scr: L Edgell 37.
LYNWOOD: Men: S’ford: A: J Wicks (6) 34. B: I Dalgairns
(14) 40. C: T Peter (18) 40. Women: C Lewis (19) 34.
MAGENTA SHORES: Medley: S’ford: 2B Agg: A Western
(12) G Starr (25) 72. Men: A: M Buckley (9) 36. B: I Smith
(18) 37. C: G Starr (25) 41. Women: Div 1: H Hill (19) 36. Div
2: C Hampton (37) 35.
MANGROVE MOUNTAIN: Medley: S’ford: 2B Agg: J
Mackenzie (21) R Spencer (19) 80. G Rapmund (25) 44.
MANLY: Men: S’ford: 2B: T Gillis (24) T Crawford-Smith
(26) 52. A: M McDougall (12) 43. B: D Bernasconi (16)
42. C: T Crawford-Smith (26) 43. Scr: J Cockerill 33 cb.
MASSEY PARK: Women: S’ford: C Brierley (20) 38.
MONA VALE: Men: S’ford: 2B: M Moors (20) C Galofaro
(22) 48 cb. A: M Arnold (6) 45. B: M Lee (16) 42. C: T
Lawrence (30) 42. Scr: M Arnold 39.
MONASH: Men: S’ford: 2B: N Bergin (10) P Barrett (33)
51. 2B Scr: Z Telfer J Turik 38. A: D Washington (9) 40.
B: N Glover (14) 39. C: P Barrett (33) 48. White: N Chosid
(35) 44.
MOORE PARK: Medley: S’ford: 2B: W Brooker (23) P
Matthews (16) 48. Men: M Di Napoli (16) 42. Veteran: C
Warne (22) 40.
MUIRFIELD: Men: S’ford: 2B: J Abernathy (33) T Grew
(28) 49. Medal: A: B Stewart (11) 41. A Scr: J Vidler 35. B:
I Russell (13) 41. B Scr: D Roy 28. C: I Southwell (24) 42.
C Scr: M O’Brien 20. Hole in one: P Murphy.
NELSON BAY: Men: S’ford: Div 1: T Rossi (10) 42. R
Pearson (14) 40 cb. Div 2: J Fitzgerald (23) 42 cb. P
Buckley (19) 42. Div 3: G Troon (31) 43. B Hammond (26)
41. Div 1: J Thompson (13) 41 cb. P Tonks (15) 41. Div 2: D
Marmo (21) 42. R McLean (18) 40 cb. Div 3: J Ferguson
(24) 44 cb. J Evans (35) 44.
NORTH RYDE: Men: S’ford: 2B: A: J Smith (21) J Kelly
(25) 55. Scr: G Howe C Millard 40. A: J Cheesemen (13)
44. B: M Tighe (16) 41. C: J Kelly (25) 43. D: S Haroon
(30) 43.
NORTHBRIDGE: Women: S’ford: D Simpson (26) 37.
NOWRA: Men: S’ford: A: C Lott (16) 42 cb. B: R Henry
(22) 45.
NSW: Men: S’ford: 2B Agg: L Wilson (17) A Kaye (20) 86.
L Wilson (17) 47. Scr: H Doig 40. White: R Shortland (20)
39. Gold: S Watt (36) 24. Women: M McCarthy (20) 28.
PENNANT HILLS: Men: S’ford: 2B: M Powell (26) J
Colyer (12) 50. Div 1 Scr: G Wilson 36. Div 1: M Tough (10)
42. Div 2: M Powell (26) 45.
PENRITH: Medley: S’ford: 2B Agg: J Byron (17) G Byron
(Windsor 27) 77 cb. 2B Scr: B Gadd J Gadd 74. A: P
Lipovic (Windsor 10) 43. B: B Gold (14) 42. C: P Gadd
(20) 43.
PYMBLE: Mxd: S’ford: 2B: P Winn (28) D Lade (33) 50
cb. 2B Scr: R Killick G Rosewall 41. Men: K Oakey (5) 41.
Hole in one: D O’connor at 15th. Women: S’ford: M Harris
(17) 39.
RICHMOND: Medley: S’ford: 2B Multi: C Jennings (13) G
Font (12) 90. 2B Scr: D Dennis (3) A Crumpton (-1) 45. A:
A Papera (9) 40 cb. B: C Jennings (13) 43. C: D McDougall
(26) 40 cb. Scr: J Clarke (-3) 37.
ROYAL SYDNEY: Men: S’ford: 2B: Championship: W
Foley (23) C Dawson (24) 47.
RYDE-PARRAMATTA: Men: S’ford: 2B: Div 1: J Koo (14)
J Won Youm (14) 49. Div 2: P Wells (21) B Carter (30) 50.
A: R Bortfield (11) 40. A Scr: S Vail 37. B: J Won Youm (14)
47. C: T Nelson (21) 41. D: M Kang (28) 42.
SHELLY BEACH: Women: S’ford: Div 1: L Armstrong (26)
40 cb. Div 2: D Earthrowl (39) 40.
SHOALHAVEN HEADS: Medley: S’ford: 2B Agg: P Griffin
(6) J Gallagher (18) 78. P Griffin (6) 42.
STRATHFIELD: Men: S’ford: 2B: S Jung (11) M Cho (22)
44. Div 1: N Lee (14) 40. Div 2: S Han (23) 38. 2B Scr: M
Reeve S Maiolo 38. Hole in one: M Mclean at 16th.
TALLWOODS: Mxd: Stroke: Ambrose: K Tynan K Tynan
58.75. R Aldham K Aldham 60.25. Men: S’ford: A: R
Drinkwater (11) 41 cb. B: P Stephenson (20) 37.
TERREY HILLS: Medley: S’ford: 2B: P Friend (12) P
Macdougall (15) 47 cb. Z Tare (16) 40.
THE AUSTRALIAN: Men: S’ford: 2B: A Brown (14) R
Trotter (8) 47. Scr: T Heaton R White (Kooyonga) 42.
THE LAKES: Medley: S’ford: 4B: M Patch (9) D Hannam
(RSGC 12) 47. Scr: M Flynn R Fearnley (NSW) 36. A: A Lee
(31) 39. A Scr: S Beck 36.
THE RIDGE: S’ford: 9-hole: C Deegan (18) 21.
TOUKLEY: Men: S’ford: Team: A Wooldridge (18) B
McNair (34) C Owen (9) B Millican (24) 95 cb. A: T Jones
(10) 42. B: T McLean (18) 46. C: R Phillip (19) 44. D: P
Peddar (25) 40 cb.
TWIN CREEKS: Men: S’ford: A: S O’Connor (11) 39. B: J
Walker (14) 39. C: J Sweeten (22) 39. Scr: J Ryan 35.
Women: S Riotto (30) 34.
WAKEHURST: Men: S’ford: 2B: J McGee (11) P O’Brien
(16) 49. 2B Scr: A Sutton M Bateman 43. A: G Meyer (12)
41. A Scr: A Sutton 35. B: M George (19) 42. B Scr: G
Baird 26. C: M Birrell (25) 40 cb. C Scr: L Moore 22.
WARRINGAH: Mxd: Par: 2B: K Stanley (29) C Sweeting
(16) 9 up. A: P Longworth (10) 3 up. B: G O’Rourke (19) 5
up. C: F Foord (25) 2 up. D: L Trompp (35) 7 up.
WINDSOR: Medley: S’ford: 4B: L Millett (26) T Cutting
(20) 46. 4B Scr: A Jurd D Farrugia 38. A: J Craig (9) 39.
B: R Drewery (21) 40. C: M Colbran (25) 35 cb.
WOOLGOOLGA: Men: S’ford: Div 1: W Biggin (19) 43. Div
2: M Sutton (32) 41. Div 3: J Haddon (28) 40.
WOOLOOWARE: Men: S’ford: 2B Agg: J Morrison (20)
S Gaynor (14) 82. T Smith (16) 45. Scr: C Cruickshank
(scr) 35.
WYONG: Men: S’ford: 2B Multi: A Gledden (24) J Liddle
(18) 90. A: R Whittaker (12) 39. B: J Pene (17) 42. C: C
Jackes (27) 49. Scr: D Grogan 34.
Tennis
BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL, at Queensland Tennis Ctr
Men, Rd 2: 7-Alex De Minaur (AUS) bt Jordan Thompson
(AUS) 6-4 6-2; 4-Daniil Medvedev (RUS) bt Andy Murray
(GBR) 7-5 6-2; Jeremy Chardy (FRA) bt 8-Nick Kyrgios
(AUS) 6-7(5) 6-2 6-3; 5-Milos Raonic (CAN) bt Miomir
Kecmanovic (SRB) 6-3 7-6(2); 2-Kei Nishikori (JPN) bt
Denis Kudla (USA) 7-5 6-2; Yasutaka Uchiyama (JPN)
bt 3-Kyle Edmund (GBR) 7-6(6) 6-4; 6-Grigor Dimitrov
(BUL) bt John Millman (AUS) 6-3 6-4.
Women, Rd 2: Ajla Tomljanovic (AUS) bt Johanna Konta
(GBR) 6-2 7-6(2); Donna Vekic (CRO) bt 6-Kiki Bertens
(NED) 7-6(5) 1-6 7-5; 5-Karolina Pliskova (CZE) bt Marie
Bouzkova (CZE) 7-5 6-2; Anett Kontaveit (EST) bt
4-Petra Kvitova (CZE) 7-5 7-6(1); 8-Anastasija Sevastova
(LAT) bt Harriet Dart (GBR) 6-2 6-0
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GReyhoundS
RICHMOND
GREYHOUNDS
R6
Best Bet: Bondurant (Race 4)
Value Bet: Sheba’s Ruby (Race 2)
R1
Commercial Painting Grp
P4
R
R 267
R 7452
R 6584
R
R 536F
R 3363
R
3
Dog
Silent Queen
ChaRlie BRann
RoCket Man
aSteRoid GiRl
VaCant Box
auRoRa PRinCe
PoweRful Pat
kinG of SheBa
PB
FSH
NBT
NBT
NBT
400m 3.49
Trainer
M Shambler
T Atkins
C Proctor
J Lawson
Early Speed
*$1.80
34.00
3.60
41.00
FSTD J Porter
NBT R Walters
FSH M Shambler
26.00
1 1 .00
5.00
TIPS: SILENT QuEEN 1, Rocket Man 3, King Of Sheba 8,
Powerful Pat 7.
thedogs.com.au says: Newcomer Silent Queen (1) trialled a fast
22.82 in a solo trial here last week and only needs to reproduce something similar and she’ll go close on debut. Drawn to land on the speed.
One to beat. RoCket Man (3) was much better when runner-up in fast
time last start. Risky early but then musters speeds. Danger. Watch
betting with kinG of SheBa (8).
R2
Commercial Painting Grp
400m
4.10
$1275 Maiden Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 1437
R 4223
R 863
R 4757
R
R 3444
R 2545
R
15
Goodwinx
Go fifty SeVen
tyCoon ella
Red hot dReaM
VaCant Box
GeoRGie BRann
Mike’S RetuRn
SheBa’S RuBy
FSH
22.65Q
FSH
NBT
B
A
R
C
Young
Proctor
Patterson
Eaton
NBT T Atkins
22.96Q N Holloway
NBT M Shambler
6.00
4.00
1 1 .00
26.00
4.50
4.60
5.00
*3.50
TIPS: SHEBA’S RuBY 8, Go Fifty Seven 2, Mike’s Return 7, Goodwinx 1.
thedogs.com.au says: SheBa’S RuBy (8) began fast and was punching for the lead but got squeezed up and found trouble on debut last
week and set to go close with better luck. Boxed to get the ‘fly’ to
the front and can pinch it. Live chance. Go fifty SeVen (2) is yet
to break the ‘duck’ but has run a stack of minor placings. Big show.
Mike’S RetuRn (7) has run 22.86.
R3
heddon Greta hotel Stks 450m 4.27
$2310 Mixed Maiden/Grade 5 (0-1 Win)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 455F
R 5756
R 3635
R 1682
R
R
2
R 263
R 4654
faB in BlaCk
deSPiCaBle aSh
eaSy Sloy Boy
deSPiCaBle Roxy
VaCant Box
deStRy
ClaSSy PlatteR
deSPiCaBle SiGRi
25.53
FSH
NBT
FSH
A
S
V
S
Hicks
Easey
Sultana
Easey
3.80
51.00
*3.20
6.00
NBT D Wilson
FSH B Sweetman
FSTD S Easey
5.00
4.50
34.00
TIPS: EASY SLOY BOY 3, Destry 6, Fab In Black 1, Classy Platter 7.
thedogs.com.au says: eaSy Sloy Boy (3) has been racing in much
stronger races than this and will appreciate the drop in class. Touchy
at the jump but gets hiking after hitting the ground and will be strong
late. Huge chance. deStRy (6) debuts and comes to the races after
running 25.42 in a trial. Winning chance. faB in BlaCk (1) has a slick
25.24 PB here. Top chance.
R4
kankool Pet food Stakes 565m 4.45
$2460 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 6637
R 2462
R
W 6487
R 2421
R
R 5737
R 6466
uMatilla
BonduRant
VaCant Box
RoMan Red
PiCtuReS to BuRn
VaCant Box
nuM ChuCk ChiCki
ZiPPinG heCtoR
32.31
NBT
R Bell
J Chapman
*2.50
3.20
NBT
32.14
J Chapman
S Davies
13.00
3.80
FSTD C Proctor
32.20 C Field
1 1 .00
1 1 .00
TIPS: BONDuRANT 2, umatilla 1, Pictures To Burn 5, Zipping Hector 8.
thedogs.com.au says: BonduRant (2) was a certainty beaten here
last wk. Began slowly but went fast mid-race then ran up the back of
the leader and lost momentum. Got going again to finish runner-up
and set to go one better. uMatilla (1) is the class runner and drops
sharply in grade on recent runs. Ideally drawn. Big show. PiCtuReS to
BuRn (5) will show speed. Chance.
R5
husqvarna Stakes
450m 5.04
$2460 Mixed 4/5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 1842
R 3643
R 1111
R 5165
R 2156
R 1633
R 5615
R 4127
JaCk’S GiRl
tReeMan ShelBy
fonteZZa
final VeRdiCt
MR. GRey
who ha
MiSS elSie
windSoR Vella
FSH
NBT
FSTD
NBT
FSTD
25.19
NBT
25.31
S Bell
L McGee
J Chapman
J Mackay
K Jarvis
R Lee
J Chapman
D Sultana
5.00
9.00
4.00
5.00
*3.50
1 1 .00
34.00
7.50
TIPS: MR. GREY 5, Fontezza 3, Jack’s Girl 1, Windsor Vella 8.
thedogs.com.au says: MR. GRey (5) is a talented puppy and has
clocked fast time over 400m here and at The Gardens. Fast beginner
with a great turn of speed so can overcome the tricky draw. Suited
getting back onto a big spacious track. fonteZZa (3) is unbeaten
in 5 starts and was good winning here last week over 400m. JaCk’S
GiRl (1) resumes so arrives fresh. Big show.
GoulBuRn
GREYHOuNDS
1 Maiden
1 652
2 365
3 637
4 867
5 35
6 436
7 536
8 863
9 865
440m 12.08
CoCo nell NBT
BaRdo Blue NBT
luCinda May FSTD
Runway dell FSTD
Mike waZowSki FSTD
BaelfiRe NBT
loSt at niGht NBT
My BRo BaRdo NBT
heaR Me knoCkinG (r) FSTD
A Bell
$3.5
B Barton
8
J Drover
31
A Bell
26
A Manwaring *3
L Bown
6
R Camilleri 21
B Barton
4
A Bell
21
TIPS: MIKE WAZOWSKI 5, Coco Nell 1,
My Bro Bardo 8, Baelfire 6.
DOGS LEGEND FSH – First start here. NBT
– No best time. 30.01 – Fastest winning time
this track and distance.
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400m
5.19
$1380 Grade 5
$1275 Maiden Heat
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3
4
5
6
7
8
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2 Mixed 3/4
1 113
2 164
3
4 123
5 641
6
7 432
8 365
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 1111
R 7658
R 2464
R 4641
R 221 1
R 8327
R 2536
R 6686
SCReaMinG ChoP
MaGiCal MuSiC
ClaRk Road
BRett BRann
leonaRdo PeaRl
aVataR woody
Queen’S Me MuM
ChaSe the dReaM
T Donaldson
J Stewart
A Proctor
T Atkins
R Bell
S Mulholland
SCRATCHED
M Tailby
*1.20
51.00
33.00
7.50
6.00
25.00
—
41.00
ladbrokes odds Boost Stks400m 5.38
$1645 Mixed 4/5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 3434
R 2158
R 3182
R 2441
R 7183
R 7258
R 1326
R 4343
waRRioR will
faiR dinkuM
MakoSa
SMile Good
keona
BlitZkRieG
SketChy halo
haRd left
22.56
22.54
22.57
22.57
22.35
22.51
22.64
22.76
P Akers
L McGee
L McGee
K Clark
J Hawkins
J Chapman
D Wilson
J Porter
1 1 .00
6.00
4.50
7.50
9.00
6.00
*3.50
1 1 .00
TIPS: SKETCHY HALO 7, Fair Dinkum 2, Makosa 3, Smile Good 4.
thedogs.com.au says: Tough race with plenty of speed drawn right
across the track. Settled on the classy SketChy halo (7), she’s a
16-time winner and has been racing in stronger races at The Gardens
in recent weeks. Been in the money in 12 of 13 starts this T/D. faiR
dinkuM (2) resumes and can sprint well fresh. Value chance. MakoSa
(3) breaks fast and has good zip.
R8
new year’s Gift
450m 5.55
$2610 Grade 5 Final
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 1111
w 741 1
W 7862
R 2142
R 2322
R 3753
R 7353
R 1111
R 8153
R 3334
CoP a CheVy
PoweR to wyn
MiGhty haZZa
CRuZe kinG
SuPReMe Style
Belle’S ChoRuS
they know who
SwiZZle StiCka
laGoon Bonnie (r)
GlenGaRRie lady (r)
24.93
25.20
NBT
NBT
NBT
25.21
26.07
25.30
NBT
NBT
M
S
A
M
S
R
R
M
S
D
Manuel
Burgis
Proctor
Eberand
Davies
Bell
Walters
Manuel
Keith
Sultana
*1.40
6.00
9.00
51.00
1 1 .00
26.00
51.00
7.50
41.00
21.00
TIPS: COP A CHEVY 1, Power To Wyn 2, Mighty Hazza 3,
Swizzle Sticka 8.
thedogs.com.au says: CoP a CheVy (1) is a flying machine and
shoots for 7 on the bounce. Has won 11 of 17 starts and perfectly drawn
to take control and put his rivals away again. Has recorded blinding
figures in his past 2 victories this T/D and should win again. PoweR to
wyn (2) and MiGhty haZZa (3) are racing well and drawn for cushy
runs. Great quinella chances.
R9
ladbrokes info hub Stakes450m 6.10
$2310 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 3334
R 1337
R
121
R 1674
R
R 1327
R 1F35
R 2131
GlenGaRRie lady
deSPiCaBle ViC
Jett’S ChaMPion
BaGo GeM
VaCant Box
CheVy thoR
deSPiCaBle Slink
aRMatRee on fiRe
NBT
25.58
FSTD
NBT
D
S
T
D
Sultana
Easey
Donaldson
Sultana
5.00
26.00
1 1 .00
21.00
NBT A Proctor
25.59 S Easey
FSTD C Proctor
2.80
34.00
*2.20
TIPS: ARMATREE ON FIRE 8, Chevy Thor 6, Glengarrie Lady 1,
Jett’s Champion 3.
thedogs.com.au says: aRMatRee on fiRe (8) clocked flying figures
winning a trial here before placing on debut then came out and clocked
a blinding 22.22 when a narrow winner last week to break the ‘duck’.
Set to go back-to-back. One to beat. CheVy thoR (6) resumes from
a short spell so fresh. Has run sizzling figures here as well. Danger.
GlenGaRRie lady (1) is next.
R10 ladbrokes Back yourself 400m
6.31
$1380 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 6864
R 3641
R 114
R 3357
R
R 4526
R 6622
R
12
VukiC
tilted toweRS
aRMatRee kayCee
BuRSt of BlaCk
VaCant Box
diddy aCe
SenoR MaRina
BuRSt on
FSH
FSH
22.53
NBT
P Cowling
J Chapman
A Proctor
T Ball
51.00
4.50
*2.00
41.00
23.36Q F Goodall
22.54 T Kunde
FSH D Sultana
34.00
7.50
3.00
TIPS: ARMATREE KAYCEE 3, Burst On 8, Senor Marina 7,
Tilted Towers 2.
thedogs.com.au says: aRMatee kayCee (3) clocked a slick 22.53
winning on debut 2 starts ago before running similar time when 4th last
start in a stronger race. Bit risky at the jump but musters speed after
balancing up. Huge chance. BuRSt on (8) is a big query. unknown
quantity as both starts at Taree but in astute Sydney kennel. Betting?
SenoR MaRina (7) is next best.
350m 12.23
laRa’S douBle 20.03
Red Road RunneR 19.87
VaCant Box
PaPRika 20.15Q
BlueStone SoPhie 19.86
VaCant Box
SuPa PaSS NBT
ChanGinG PointS NBT
S Kemp
3.8
A Manwaring 6
A Manwaring2.8
R Newell *2.2
A Bell
W White
31
41
TIPS: BLuESTONE SOPHIE 5, Paprika 4,
Lara’s Double 1, Red Road Runner 2.
3 Mixed Mdn/Grade 5 ht 350m 12.42
1 217
2 641
3 746
4 454
5 321
6 3
7 575
8 744
9 4
FSH
NBT
22.80
NBT
22.51
NBT
22.62
22.59
TIPS: SCREAMING CHOP 1, Leonardo Pearl 5, Brett Brann 4,
Clark Road 3.
thedogs.com.au says: SCReaMinG ChoP (1), promising bitch and has
built a great record having won 6 of just 7 starts. Fast beginner with
high speed and ideally drawn to hold the front and then put her rivals
to the sword. Should win again! leonaRdo PeaRl (5) hasn’t missed
a place in 4 starts so far. Fast winner last start. Great quinella chance.
BRett BRann (4) is next.
R7
hiGhly deliGhted 20.16
iMa faB 20.36
BootlaCe NBT
Mallee Billy NBT
SeReniSSiMa 20.61Q
RaCinG BootS FSH
CaRley BoBBy NBT
GRin BeaR it NBT
haVe a BlaSt (r) NBT
C Priestley 4
A Manwaring4.5
J Davis
31
F Herbert 16
L Bown
4.5
J Lord
*2.5
S Rimmer 31
L Warren
31
A Peck
31
TIPS: RACING BOOTS 6, Highly Delighted 1,
Ima Fab 2, Serenissima 5.
R1
happy holiday Stakes
297m
7.13
$1380 Masters Grade 3
4 Mixed Mdn/Grade 5 ht 350m
1 546 dana MouSey 20.58
2 3 aShBy kay NBT
3 228 ZiPPinG toto NBT
4 62 GRant’S Joy FSH
5 313 Be PeRfeCt FSH
6 522 ChaRli whiRl NBT
7 665 loCo lion NBT
8 552 axel’S a ReBel FSH
9 4 haVe a BlaSt (r) NBT
TIPS: BE PERFECT 5, Zipping
Ashby Kay 2, Charli Whirl 6.
1.01
G Sheather 21
A Manwaring 4
C Priestley 2.8
E Sanchez 16
J Lord
*2.4
S Thornton 16
R Camilleri 41
G Sheather 16
A Peck
41
Toto 3,
5 Mixed Mdn/Grade 5 ht 350m
1.17
1 1 1 F Show BuSineSS FSH J Lord
*1.5
2 657 PakeSh NBT
W White
31
3 333 CRaZy kylie NBT
L Warren
16
4 242 lofty SMith NBT
F Herbert 12
5 247 teRRalonG loui FSH J Gannon
16
4.5
6 443 tullaBunG RideR NBT R Webb
7 764 SaSSy PeaRl NBT
A Tutt
51
8 546 dyna Chie FSH
R Ford
16
9 4 haVe a BlaSt (r) NBT A Peck
31
TIPS: SHOW BuSINESS 1, Tullabung Rider 6,
Lofty Smith 4, Crazy Kylie 3.
Bx
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
P4
R 6247
R 1558
R 5575
R 8664
R 8566
R 4576
R 567F
R 2864
R 7876
Dog
little dewey
oiMBy allen
SMaShinG SaRah
ReStleSS heaRt
aShBy StoRM
PoP ya BuBBle
doPPleR effeCt
MyRnionG RaffleS
fRankieStein (r)
PB
NBT
17.48
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
FSTD
Trainer
Early Speed
W White
$9.50
R Walter
*2.20
N Falk
4.50
B McCauley
1 1 .00
SCRATCHED
—
J White
3.00
W White
25.00
M Azzopardi
18.00
A Dow
41.00
TIPS: OIMBY ALLEN 2, Pop Ya Bubble 6, Smashing Sarah 3,
Little Dewey 1.
thedogs.com.au says: Not a lot of speed engaged, outside of the
favourite. If oiMBy allen (2) maintains an even tempo, she should
triumph. Has superior form and is well boxed. PoP ya BuBBle (6) did
not show much last prep but is the winner of nine races, mainly south
of the border. SMaShinG SaRah (3) & little dewey (1) can battle
it out for the minor placings.
R2
www.beteasy.com.au
297m 7.37
$1380 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 1345
R 1438
R 7756
R 5636
R
R 3316
R 3667
R 5842
aweSoMe danny
ChaRlyn BlitZ
SnookeR
Jenna Bale
VaCant Box
keno Jake
My Boy ChRiS
CoRey’S MaGiC
17.01
17.19
17.26
17.1 1
W
C
M
R
White
Williams
Wotton
Walter
5.50
10.00
15.00
3.50
16.98
NBT
NBT
M Bell
J Boersma
J Boersma
*1.90
21.00
10.00
TIPS: KENO JAKE 6, Awesome Danny 1, Jenna Bale 4, Charlyn Blitz 2.
thedogs.com.au says: keno Jake (6) struck trouble in the middle
stages, when a short priced elect here Thurs. Assess claims on smart
16.98 win here Dec 20. Will test most. aweSoMe danny (1) find this
easier than latest Dapto & Bulli efforts. Won three, placed three from
eight here. Jenna Bale (4) is always thereabouts. Include in multis.
ChaRlyn BlitZ (2) can lift.
R3
free Jumping Castle
520m 7.58
$2615 Mixed 3/4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 3187
R 1 1 21
R
R 3713
R 1854
R
R 3453
W 5555
Mahal Billie
SunBuRnt oPal
VaCant Box
Volt to exCel
SaMMy downS
VaCant Box
VeloCity liBeRty
CoMatoSe
30.09 SCRATCHED
NBT J Richardson
—
*2.10
30.25 A Williams
30.17 C Williams
5.50
4.00
29.99 R Goodwin
FSH M Bonser
3.20
14.00
TIPS: SuNBuRNT OPAL 2, Velocity Liberty 7, Sammy Downs 5,
Volt To Excel 4.
thedogs.com.au says: Locals look to dominate. Settled on SunBuRnt
oPal (2) to open her Dapto account after three stunning WP victories
last month. Surely tonight’s her night. VeloCity liBeRty (7) will keep
the favourite honest and has oodles of speed to burn from the traps.
SaMMy downS (5) rounds out the south coast contingent, ahead of
Volt to exCel (4) for multis.
R4
www.daptodogs.org.au
729m 8.22
$2765 Non Graded (0-4 Wins)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 3355
R 5F73
R
R 4443
R
R 5654
R
R 5453
little nation
duRaMa lady
VaCant Box
My Boy Bean
VaCant Box
douGhBoy hollow
VaCant Box
SMaShinG Shayley
FSTD M Godden
FSH M Holgate
4.50
3.50
FSTD M Bell
*1.40
FSTD D Maniaci
1 1 .00
FSTD SCRATCHED
—
TIPS: MY BOY BEAN 4, Little Nation 1, Durama Lady 2,
Doughboy Hollow 6.
thedogs.com.au says: My Boy Bean (4) has the pace to lead
throughout. He performed satisfactorily in town over 720m last time
and that’s good enough to inflict defeat on these. little nation
(1) has run on without threatening at his past three attempts. Some
query at the 729m but happy to gamble with him. duRaMa lady (2)
& douGhBoy hollow (6) make up the rest.
R5
Ray white dapto Stakes
297m 8.43
$1380 Masters Grade 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 1426
R 7225
R 8772
R 2343
R 6634
R 5378
R 1368
R 8673
R 7876
SliCk GuS
ReGal RiCheS
SeCRet SoldieR
CoCo RaMa
Mount MuRRay
iRiSh Model
lika GunShot
thoMaS Jay
fRankieStein (r)
16.99
17.24
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
17.10
FSTD
FSTD
P
G
G
D
C
B
S
M
A
Rowe
Jones
Eslick
Sundstrom
Micallef
Burnet
Pulbrook
Martin
Dow
*3.50
5.00
10.00
8.00
12.00
6.00
4.40
1 1 .00
21.00
TIPS: REGAL RICHES 2, Slick Gus 1, Coco Rama 4, Lika Gunshot 7.
thedogs.com.au says: ReGal RiCheS (2) can impose herself from a
soft draw. Only fly in the Chardonnay could be the erratic SliCk GuS
(1), who has a habit of running about but is second pick. However, Regal
Riches is the slightly better performed of the pair. CoCo RaMa (4) has
been in the money at four of her five Dapto starts. lika GunShot
(7) is drawn favourably.
6 Mixed Mdn/Grade 5 ht 350m
1 351
2 615
3 544
4 334
5 13
6 446
7 275
8 577
9 4
anGRy’S tattoo 20.53
RanSoMe the oPal FSH
dyna khloe NBT
foRty loVe NBT
leGendaRy lao FSH
MyStiC CRuiSe FSH
MaSteR May NBT
MyRRdon NBT
haVe a BlaSt (r) NBT
1.35
J Gannon 6.5
B Tame
4.5
G Sheather 21
E Sanchez 8
J Lord
*1.5
S Kemp
41
J Drover
41
A Jenkins 31
A Peck
31
TIPS: LEGENDARY LAO 5,
Ransome The Opal 2, Angry’s Tattoo 1,
Forty Love 4.
DISCLAIMER
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compiling details but cannot accept
responsibility for any errors. Readers are
urged to check TAB information with official lists before placing their bets.
7 Grade 5
Best Bet: Nino De Oro (Race 9)
Value Bet: Regal Riches (Race 5)
R6
Jack Primmer electronics 520m 9.07
$2310 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 5855
R 7857
R 4233
R 2452
R
R 4554
R 3354
R 8678
CRuMP’S huSSleR
xenon Bale
diG deeP flaSh
latitude ZeRo
VaCant Box
Jenny fRoM BloCk
toPPeR MiSS
SPRite’S flyeR
FSH
NBT
NBT
30.48
M Holgate
F Wotton
L Deguara
S Ngurah
9.00
10.00
*2.50
3.20
NBT K Jackson
30.32 F Harris
NBT J Boersma
5.00
8.00
18.00
TIPS: DIG DEEP FLASH 3, Latitude Zero 4, Jenny From Block 6,
Topper Miss 7.
thedogs.com.au says: diG deeP flaSh (3) gets his chance for
atonement after being placed in strong company at his past three attempts. He’s a useful anchor in all multis. latitude ZeRo (4) stuck on
well to finish second to Geller Allen here on Thursday. Can make presence felt again. Jenny fRoM the BloCk (6) is always thereabouts.
toPPeR MiSS (7) can finish in a place.
R7
dapto leagues Club
297m 9.28
$1380 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
W 6552
R 4145
R 3567
R 3416
R 2318
R 6172
R 8777
R 4727
Rafi RoSe
SuPeRCity StaR
RaGinG RuBy
Red BRae
tale of deStiny
BoSton foCuS
RoCkStaR MidGe
JuGunGal Queen
17.35Q
FSH
FSTD
FSH
17.53
NBT
NBT
NBT
M Azzopardi
J Gatt
D Mason
M Wotton
S Sundstrom
J Gatt
M Wotton
E Kitchen
3.50
6.00
*2.40
8.50
1 1 .00
9.00
26.00
15.00
TIPS: RAGING RuBY 3, Rafi Rose 1, Tale Of Destiny 5,
Supercity Star 2.
thedogs.com.au says: RaGinG RuBy (3) been racing much stronger
fields at WP and Dapto. Will appreciate getting back to a scamper trip.
Looks a fine wager. Rafi RoSe (1) knuckled down late when a close
second to Winsome Mia over this trip last week. Can make it interesting.
tale of deStiny (5) is better than Nowra effort suggests. SuPeRCity StaR (2) is next pick.
R8
www.utsservices Stakes
520m 9.52
$2310 Grade 5 (1-2 Wins)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 4124
R 3533
R 5431
R 1 1 33
R 3664
R 5543
R 1846
R 3651
Joy’S fanCy
SMaShinG kaZ
ay aRe Bee
fanCy MaC
County lineMan
SilVeR Jade
luCy Van Pelt
ReinCaRnate
NBT
NBT
NBT
FSH
NBT
NBT
30.17
NBT
N Brown
N Falk
N Brown
C Bell
L Godden
A Croker
SCRATCHED
N Brown
*2.20
10.00
4.50
6.50
12.00
13.00
—
5.00
TIPS: JOY’S FANCY 1, Ay Are Bee 3, Reincarnate 8, Fancy Mac 4.
thedogs.com.au says: No surprise to see Neville Brown scoop the
pool. Joy’S fanCy (1) has been racing the likes of Bland Purr and
Xmas Cup winner Tomerong Terror in recent starts. She is drawn to go
close. ay aRe Bee (3) and ReinCaRnate (8) can make the jump from
juvenile to graded fields, a winning one.
R9
Greyhounds as Pets
520m 10.14
$2310 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 5243
W 2345
R
R 1383
R 2252
R
R 7634
R 1567
Cannon Run
nino de oRo
VaCant Box
GaSCoiGne
winSoMe CuRRenCy
VaCant Box
Sutton niCky
winSoMe StRide
30.29 M Burton
30.41 S Ngurah
10.00
4.20
NBT C O’Brien
29.85 M Burton
5.50
*2.40
NBT S Sundstrom
30.28 M Burton
5.00
8.00
TIPS: NINO DE ORO 2, Winsome Currency 5, Gascoigne 4,
Sutton Nicky 7.
thedogs.com.au says: nino de oRe (2) is drawn to stalk the favourite
and prove too strong. Her recent efforts behind some quality stock
have been first class & the hard work pays off now. winSoMe CuRRenCy (5) should pounce straight on the bunny & give backers a
great sight. GaSCoiGne (4) is always thereabouts. Sutton niCky (7)
can figure in multi investments.
R10 water worx fun Park dapto
297m 10.32
$1380 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 7617
R 1553
R 2487
R 43F8
R
R 5226
R 6758
R 4183
diG deeP Cindy
Mount Ginini
SeVen toMMy
PRinCeSS Bolt
VaCant Box
kiM Run faSt
PaRaBatai
Cut foot
17.45
17.57
17.49Q
17.08
L
C
W
C
Deguara
Micallef
White
Bell
9.00
5.00
10.00
3.30
17.35
17.87
17.30
S Pulbrook
M Wotton
R Walter
8.00
12.00
*2.90
TIPS: CuT FOOT 8, Princess Bolt 4, Mount Ginini 2, Kim Run Fast 6.
thedogs.com.au says: Cut foot (8) is ideally drawn and showed
abundant pace at Richmond, when close up. This class is no stronger.
Rates highly. PRinCeSS Bolt (4) fell here two starts ago and then
raced ungenerously here last week. She’s a better act than that portrayal. Mount Ginni (2) tends to bob up in multiples regularly. kiM Run
faSt (6) has minor appeal.
440m
1.57
1 686 anGeliC hand FSTD J Gebrail
41
S Thornton 3.8
2 1 1 1 Sin waGon 25.51
3 F14 RoCkin’ Swanny NBT R Blakely 3.8
4 735 futuRiStiC NBT
R Camilleri 21
5 236 BoRdeRline NBT
G Sheather 8
6 538 tRadeMaRk Style NBT S Thornton 6
7 122 Milady hoPe NBT
R Camilleri *3.5
8 554 Blue Jedi NBT
J Gebrail
31
51
9 888 She loVeS hoRaCe (r) NBT R Newell
TIPS: MILADY HOPE 7, Rockin’ Swanny 3,
Sin Wagon 2, Trademark Style 6.
8 Mixed 4/5
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350m
2.16
1 336 Volkey NBT
D Jenkins 16
2 451 CaRd PlayeR 20.24 R Blakely *3
3 353 haila kihael 20.44 J Gebrail
6
12
4 737 luCy’S fantaSy 20.24 W Scott
5 127 then and now 20.15 J Davis
3.6
6 244 BuCkeye Bill 20.06 G Sheather 6
7 365 noiSy lad 20.46
A Tutt
21
8 743 Good Pal FSH
G McKinley 8
12
9 837 CountRy BlaZe (r) 20.18 J White
21
10 746 delly VedoVa (r) NBT A Bell
TIPS: CARD PLAYER 2, Then And Now 5,
Haila Kihael 3, Buckeye Bill 6.
9 Mixed 4/5
440m 2.39
1 242 PoZZie NBT
B Barton
4
2 764 dinty’S ChanCe 25.25 G McKinley 16
3 322 SnookeR daVe NBT A Bell
3
4 864 lika PeBBle NBT
F Malone
16
5 328 MaSteR kinloCh NBT A Bell
*2.6
6 544 CawBouRne tRiCk NBT S Kemp
12
7 847 leGendaRy oPal FSH G McKinley 21
8 531 CawBouRne dolly FSTD S Kemp
21
9 888 She loVeS hoRaCe (r) NBT R Newell
31
TIPS: MASTER KINLOCH 5, Snooker Dave 3,
Pozzie 1, Cawbourne Trick 6.
10 Masters Grade 1/2440m 3.07
1 386 tiGGeRlonG eVe 25.33 S Pulbrook 2.8
2 652 ZiPPinG tully 25.32 A Bell
4
3 554 dolly’S lad 24.84
G Sheather*2.6
4 262 Gotta Be MaC NBT
R Webb
12
5 457 lektRa fella NBT A Bell
16
6 765 MoSSMan NBT
G Sheather 31
7 655 anotheR PinCh NBT A Bell
16
8 667 Bonna Bale FSTD
S Erwin
31
9 448 oldMate eVeReSt (r) 25.40 A Bell
21
TIPS: DOLLY’S LAD 3, Tiggerlong Eve 1,
Zipping Tully 2, Lektra Fella 5.
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THURSDAY JANUARY 3 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
WE DIDN’T FIGHT
EMMA KEMP
The Wanderers’
Wanderers Brendan
Hamill fouls City
City’s
y s Bart
Schenkeveld on New Y
Year’s
Day at ANZ Stadium.
Picture: Getty Images
Wanderers captain slams his side
and apologises to fans . . . again
TOM SMITHIES
WITH brutal honesty, Wanderers captain Brendan Hamill has laid bare his team’s
troubles and apologised to the
club’s supporters after a fifth
defeat of the season left Western Sydney stranded in eighth
place on the A-League ladder.
A 2-0 home loss to Melbourne City means Markus
Babbel’s men are now six
points outside the top six, and
Hamill said they deserved to
be booed by their supporters.
Seven months after Babbel
was appointed, his team is
going nowhere fast. The fans
are infuriated by what Hamill
said was a lack of “grit, or
fight, or hunger”.
The club’s Red and Black
Bloc supporters’ group walked out of ANZ Stadium shortly after halftime after one of
its leaders was given a oneyear ban from the Olympic
Park precinct by police for
swearing at the players as
they left the pitch.
Hamill pulled no punches
Arnold’s
gamble
on Leckie
Babbel open to window shopping
WANDERERS boss Markus
Babbel’s overhaul of his squad
is gathering pace, with
defender Ruon Tongyik
released by the club just two
days after the signing of
forward Kwame Yeboah.
Tongyik only signed for
Western Sydney in May
and has made just two
appearances thanks to a series
of injuries, the most recent of
which – ligament damage to his
knee – is not yet fully healed.
His exit will not be the last,
with Babbel keen to strengthen
his squad across the park after
yet another loss on Tuesday
against Melbourne City that left
his side eighth on the ladder.
The German is believed to
want to sign several new
players after a hugely
underwhelming start to the
season, with central midfield
identified as a key area to
bolster.
Babbel admits he is
monitoring the transfer market
but will continue to lead his
squad on a “process” – even if
it is behind schedule.
Seven months after his
arrival, Babbel insisted his
squad had improved
significantly – even though he
continues to bemoan their
mental fortitude.
“We’re always looking,
always have our eyes open,”
Babbel said of the transfer
window.
“If a player can help us, is
better than the others and we
have the money, then yes we
will do something. If not the
team is as it is, and we will try
to help them in the right way.
I decided to come here, so now
I have to work with the players
that I have. Seriously, if you
believe [it] or not, I love my
work. I come every day with a
smile to training because I love
to work with them. I hope the
boys think the same like me.”
TOM SMITHIES
in his assessment of his team’s
predicament after what he
said were “two very shit goals”
against City, who played with
10 men for the last half an
hour after Rostyn Griffiths’s
red card.
“They had a lot of the ball
and tactically we weren’t
there,” he said. “They were
playing between the lines
pretty easily, and we didn’t
show any grit or fight or
hunger or passion or want.
“We talk and we talk, but
we need to turn those words
into action. Ultimately, we
have to turn up and fight. We
can’t just turn up and expect
to play all nice and pretty.
“We have to battle, dominate the battle first before we
can play football. We’re six
points outside the top six.
“There’s still a lot of football to be played but we can’t
keep doing this week in, week
out. The games are coming
thick and fast and we need to
get results, plain and simple.
“We have to do this ourselves, no one will do it for us
— not the fans, family,
friends, whatever. We have to
find a way to not get bullied
and want to win more.”
The loss sparked a significant backlash on social media.
Fans railed at the players, management and owners. Hamill
refused to hide from that, hurt
that his side had begun the new
year in such a limp fashion.
“I think we deserved the
booing from the first half,” he
said. “We talked about that at
halftime and we apologise. It’s
a new year, it’s a fresh new
canvas but we haven’t started
the right way.
“We have to turn up and
fight for them, the people of
Western Sydney. The people
who pay their hard-earned
money to support us. We can’t
keep saying this after games.”
MATHEW Leckie looks likely
to stay in Australia’s Asian Cup
squad because Graham Arnold
is considering gambling on the
hamstrung forward in the hope
he can play some part in the
knockout phase.
Leckie hurt himself playing
for Bundesliga club Hertha
Berlin 10 days ago. An initial
assessment from Socceroos
medics indicated the winger
would be pushing it to participate in the tournament.
But after a shock injury
against Oman ruled out Martin Boyle, Arnold has less room
to move up front.
Leckie has been making
progress in camp this week and
the coach could well decide to
keep him on board if he’s satisfied he can recover in time for
the quarter-finals, or perhaps
even the round of 16.
“He’s training, he’s doing as
much as he can,” Arnold said
ahead of the Socceroos’ opening match against Jordan in Al
Ain on Sunday. “He really has
a strong will to be here.
“We can make the decision
up until six hours before the
Jordan game and we will use
all that time. I’ll probably leave
that until Thursday or Friday.”
To have such an experienced
presence in the later do-or-die
matches would be a boost for
the reigning champions.
If Australia top a Group B
that also contains Palestine
and Syria, they could be on a
collision course to face
powerhouse Japan in the
quarter-finals.
Craig Goodwin might feel
hard done by, having missed
out on the squad after earning
a train-on call-up for November’s home friendlies but not
getting a minute against either
South Korea or Lebanon.
A last-gasp match-winning
penalty against Newcastle Jets
on Sunday gave Goodwin his
fourth A-League goal on returning from a tough stint in
the Netherlands, having already turned heads in October
with his FFA Cup final heroics.
“I want to prove Graham
Arnold wrong,” Goodwin said.
“I want to try and show him
that I want to be there.”
ASIAN CUP
SOCCEROOS
V JORDAN
Sunday 10pm (AEDT)
Live on Fox Sports
Caceres backed to make a difference with Sky Blues JETS THWARTED
TOM SMITHIES
Anthony Caceres.
THE man who gave Anthony
Caceres his first extended run in
first-team football believes the
Sydney FC signing can be a
major addition for the Sky Blues
but has to seize the opportunity.
Caceres has joined Sydney on
loan from parent club Manchester City until the end of the season, six years after his debut for
the Mariners, and will go straight
into the squad for tomorrow’s
game against the Central Coast,
pending international clearance.
Sydney are Caceres’s fourth
club after twin spells with Melbourne City sandwiched a short
but lucrative stint in the UAE.
Former Mariners boss Phil
Moss, who watched Caceres’ ascension from the youth team and
made him a first-team regular,
said his former protégé had the
skill set to thrive for the premiers.
“He’s a great kid, but the point
is that at 26 this is a big move for
him,” Moss said. “He needs to
make the most of it, and I believe
Steve Corica’s management style
will suit him and get the best out
of a personality like Caceres.
“The two things I worked on
with him consistently were selfbelief and his end product. He always had the promise to go to the
next level, and we told him that if
he believed in himself as much as
we did then he would be an even
better player.
“He has all the attributes to be
a No.10 and play high up the
park. He can glide past defenders
and has the quality of looking
faster with the ball than without.”
Caceres set an immediate target for team success, and spelt out
the role he wanted to play in that.
“The opportunity to come here
was one I couldn’t turn down.
Being here will take my career to
the next level and hopefully I can
succeed as an individual but be
part of a championship-winning
team,” he said.
NEWCASTLE Jets were forced
to settle for a share of the spoils
last night as a late header from
Eric Bautheac earned Brisbane
Roar a 2-2 draw at McDonald
Jones Stadium.
Dimi Petratos put the home
side in front on six minutes before
Adam Taggart levelled for the
visitors on 65 minutes.
Roy O’Donovan restored the
Jets’ lead two minutes later but
the visitors struck three minutes
from time to secure a point.
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DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU THURSDAY JANUARY 3 2019
Knee-deep in trouble
EMMA KEMP
GRAHAM Arnold can’t escape the “unfortunate” nature
of Martin Boyle’s Asian Cup
injury blow, but the Socceroos
boss is taking solace from the
small consolation he still has
enough time to replace his
Scotland-born star before the
tournament begins.
And he believes “miracles
will happen” in the United
Arab Emirates this month
despite the hammer blow of
losing another key player.
Based on current circumstances, he will need one.
Never before has Australia
entered a major tournament
missing so many important
personnel, not least one featuring more fancied nations in
South Korea, Iran, Japan and
even Saudi Arabia.
The knee-injury curse had
already hit teenage X-factor
Daniel Arzani and midfield
linchpin Aaron Mooy.
Now it has taken Boyle, the
man who offered so many creative qualities the Socceroos
have missed in recent years
and looked certain to play a
huge part in his adopted country’s 2015 trophy defence.
The Hibernian winger, born
and raised in Scotland but
whose father is from Sydney,
took a knock to his left knee
and felt a pop after being
fouled late in Sunday’s 5-0
friendly win over Oman.
Scan results, which were
delayed due to New Year’s Eve
and the time difference with
SOCCEROOS INJURY WARD
DANIEL ARZANI
Position: Winger Caps: 6 Goals: 1
The 19-year-old shone at the World
eet. Did his
Cup with the ball at his feet.
ate
ACL playing for Celtic in late
October.
MARTIN BOYLE
Pos: Winger Caps: 3 Goals:
ls: 2
ke
Has pace and loves to take
ne.
on opponents one-on-one.
Hurt his knee in
Sunday’s friendly
Australia, revealed he would
be out for around six weeks.
Late on Tuesday night the
Socceroos medical department
decided to send the “gutted”
25-year-old back to Scotland
for treatment with his club.
aga
against Oman and is out
for several weeks.
AARON MOOY
A
PPos: Midfielder
C
Caps:
39 Goals: 5
A sublime
su
passer, Mooy
sustained
sustain a medial ligament
playing for Huddersfield
tear play
last mont
month. So important is he,
Socceroos staff got a second and
third medica
medical opinion before
accept the diagnosis.
finally accepting
Arnold was planning to call
Hibs manager Neil Lennon,
who has two other players away
in camp in skipper Mark Milligan and striker Jamie Maclaren.
“It’s unfortunate,” Arnold
said. “Martin’s given us a lot of
lease on life since he’s been
with Australia but his journey
with us will continue. We have
World Cup qualifiers after this
and a World Cup that he will
be a part of.
“There is one positive out of
it, that it’s happened now and
didn’t happen after the first
round. If there is a positive, he
can be replaced. If this happened after the first or second
game then they are going
through the rest of the tournament with 22 players.”
Arnold has until six hours
before the opening game to
make changes to his squad.
Apostolos Giannou is set to
become the immediate beneficiary of that timing. Arnold is
understood to be in the process
of calling the Cyprus-based
striker into camp this week
ahead of Sunday’s opening
group match against Jordan.
Pressure to ignite Australia’s new mobile attack now
falls heavily on the shoulders
of youngsters Chris Ikonomidis, Awer Mabil, Andrew Nabbout and the more established
Robbie Kruse. Ikonomidis,
Mabil and Nabbout all scored
against Oman, and an opportunity to test depth was a silver
lining for Arnold.
“There’s some conjecture
around some selections but
these boys have the qualities,
they just have to believe in
themselves,” he said.
“That’s my job, to get them
believing. Once the believing
happens you create miracles,
and miracles will happen.”
No seed of any
concern for Nick
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Nick Kyrgios walks off after his second-round loss to France’s Jeremy Chardy at the Brisbane International. Picture: AAP
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NICK Kyrgios claims he
“could not care less” that he
will not be seeded at this
year’s Australian Open, after
his Brisbane International
title defence came crashing
down yesterday.
The 2018 Brisbane champion suffered a costly second
round loss to Frenchman Jeremy Chardy, falling 6-7 (5-7),
6-2, 6-3 on Pat Rafter Arena.
Not only did the defeat
end his chances of back-toback titles in Queensland, but
it also means Kyrgios is set to
drop 17 places from world
No.35 to outside the top 50,
ending his chances of a seeding at the first Grand Slam
tournament of the year.
But Kyrgios said he was
not fazed by his slide in the
rankings, backing himself to
perform against any opponent
at the Australian Open despite his rusty start to 2019.
“I honestly could not care
less,” Kyrgios said when
asked if not having a seeding
was a concern.
“I feel like no matter who I
play, I’ve got a fair shot if I
play the right style of tennis
and I’m feeling good.
“But at this age I’m not
even thinking about it. I’m
just going to go do everything
I usually do, just go practice
and when the time comes, I’ll
play a match.
“No matter who I draw, I’ll
play and that’s just what it is.”
Things started to fall apart
for Kyrgios midway through
the second set, when Chardy
broke serve for the first time
to lead 4-2. Despite efforts to
calm himself down, Kyrgios
appeared to battle from this
point on and was seen at various moments venting towards
his players’ box and talking to
himself in between games.
● Rafael Nadal last night
abandoned plans to play in
Brisbane for fear a slight thigh
strain could worsen and stop
him playing in the Australian
Open, which starts January 14.
An MRI taken on Tuesday
found a slight tear in a thigh
muscle but Nadal still plans to
play in Sydney on Monday.
“I am sad. It was always my
idea to play here,” he said.
Andy Murray’s time in
Brisbane is also over after he
was sent packing from the
tournament after a second
round 7-5, 6-2 loss to Russia’s
Danii Medvedev last night.
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The New Year’s Test
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KEMBLA GRANGE — RAY THOMAS
RACE 1
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Kentford’s lead role
My King’s Counsel did enough second-up when
fourth to the in-form Wild About Her at Hawkesbury
to suggest he will be hard to beat. The step up to
2000m should be no issue. Porky Pies was going
for an inside run when he was held up in the straight
and should have finished closer than fourth, beaten
nearly five lengths at Goulburn. He’s ready after
three runs back and the blinkers go on. Cool One is
still a maiden after nine starts but she is up to her
right distance range. Dress Rehearsal will find this
much easier than the Christmas Cup.
Bet: My King’s Counsel to win.
RAY THOMAS’S
BEST BETS
KEMBLA GRANGE
BEST BET
Race 7: No.6
Deelbraka
Started odds-on when
resuming here over
1300m two weeks ago
and had excuses when
second to Happy
Seventy. Fitter now for
that first-up effort and
out to a more suitable
1500m distance today.
RACE 2
Uber Lux sat outside the leader at Wyong and boxed
on well when a first-up fourth to Fuchu and Cuba in a
strong class 2. Fuchu then won at the Kensington
meeting to frank the form. Should be improved by
that run and back to a class 1. Happy Seventy led
and was dominant when resuming on a heavy track
here. Single Story has disappointed in two runs back
but he races well at Kembla. Emshalky had no luck
at Warwick Farm and this is much easier.
Bet: Box trifecta 1, 2, 3, 5.
NEXT BEST
Race 4: No.4
Misteed
Resumes over the
1200m course but did
score first-up at
Canterbury last
preparation. Her
recent barrier trial at
Randwick two weeks
ago was encouraging
as she ran on strongly
wide out to finish the
closest of fourths.
Drawn to get run the
race from gate four.
RACE 3
My Zebrinka has won once in 13 attempts but has
placed six times and has been in the money in four
of his five starts this campaign. Coming back in trip
from 1600m after his third to Wokurna and Beauty
Kanas at Gosford and seems better suited at 1400m.
Beauty Kanas won at the Kensington meeting earlier
this week to underline that form. My Zebrinka races
on the speed, making his own luck, and gets in well
after the claim. Navigator resumes but is unbeaten
in two starts on this track. His two recent trials show
he is quite forward in condition. Lady Elizabeth
came from a long way back on the turn to run
second behind Miss Redoble at Hawkesbury and will
be suited on this track. Judge Judi has a good fresh
record and her trials have been encouraging.
Bet: My Zebrinka each way; box trifecta 2, 3, 4, 8.
VALUE
Race 3: No.3
My Zebrinka
My Zebrinka is a
genuine galloper,
RACE 4
Misteed was ridden conservatively in a Randwick
trial two weeks ago but caught the eye zooming
down the outside under a tight hold to finish a close
fourth. Resuming, but she impressed winning at
Canterbury first-up last campaign. Efficiently did a
good job to win her maiden at Goulburn and will be
improved. Sheriff has shaped well at both runs back
from a spell. Make ‘Em Cry was tough first-up when
scoring over this trip in heavy going but he is also
effective on top of the ground. Value runner.
Bet: Misteed to win; save on Make ‘Em Cry.
RACE 5
Micks New Chick, I’m A Legend and Musume are
all consistent. Micks New Chick had her chance at
Goulburn but found Efficiently too strong over the
final 200m. Micks New Chick is drawn well and gets
a claim. I’m A Legend has seven successive placings
— three in the city area. Drawn awkwardly. Musume
made a brave attempt to lead throughout, only for a
persistent Cossetot to run her down on the line. First
starter Rond De Jambe was strong through the line
in a Goulburn trial and is an each-way hope.
Bet: Box trifecta 1, 4, 5, 9.
RACE 6
Emerald Earth raced on the speed and tried hard
when third in a three-horse thriller at Hawkesbury
over 1500m. Back in trip but fit now and has gate
speed from rails barrier. Georgina Gold got a long
way out of her ground on debut at Hawkesbury and
never got into it. She had trialled prior to that run and
is over the odds. Hemsted had to work hard from a
wide barrier when a close second at Hawkesbury.
Close to a win. Distracted is expected to improve.
Bet: Emerald Earth to win; saver on Georgina Gold.
RACE 7
Deelbraka was held up for a run at the top of the
straight but then had his chance and couldn’t close
on Happy Seventh when resuming over 1300m
here. Struck a heavy track first-up but gets firm
going today and is out to 1500m. Baanone ran on
strongly at Newcastle to just miss and he will be
fitter after two runs from a spell. Age Of War was a
beaten favourite at Orange. Actuarial is a well-bred
So You Think filly better suited over this trip.
Bet: Deelbraka to win; quinella 1, 6.
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although he finds it
hard to win. He is rockhard fit after five runs
this time in, four of
those minor placings,
and he is better suited
coming back to 1400m
today. Drawn the
inside barrier, will race
on the speed and gets
in well at the weights.
QUADDIE
R4: 3, 4, 6, 11. R5: 1, 4,
5. R6: 3, 7, 9. R7: 1, 6.
TRAINER TO
FOLLOW
Gwenda Markwell is a
force at her home track
and trained a treble at
the last race day here
just over two weeks
ago. She has a strong
team of 11 entered and
Happy Seventy (race 2)
is her standout runner.
JOCKEY TO
FOLLOW
Christian Reith has a
competitive book of six
rides today, including
early favourites
Navigator (race 3) and
Hemsted (race 6).
Ace High is back in work for trainer David Payne after finishing down the track in last year’s Melbourne Cup. Picture: AAP
RAY THOMAS
KEMBLA GRANGE TODAY
TRAINER David Payne is hoping
to continue his stable’s New Yearwinning momentum when Kentford lines up in the Maiden Plate
(1300m) at Kembla Grange today.
Payne, who got on the board in
2019 when Beauty Kanas scored a
tough win at Randwick’s Kensington meeting on Tuesday, believes
Kentford is showing the necessary
improvement to open his winning
account.
Kentford has been unplaced in
all seven starts but his last-start
effort when fourth to Helga on the
Kensington track two weeks ago
was an encouraging sign.
“I think we have found the way
to ride him,’’ Payne said.
“We let him bowl along in front
last start and they only got him in
the last 200m.
“He held on very well.
“He’s coming back from 1400m
to 1300m, which won’t be a problem for him. We will let him run at
Kembla and see what he can do.’’
Kentford is rated a $7 chance in
early TAB Fixed Odds betting for
what is shaping as a competitive
race.
Hemsted is the $4.20 favourite
but only just ahead of Emerald
Earth ($4.40), Rexx ($4.80), then
Elusive Nature and Kashiwa
($5.50).
Although Kentford is unlikely
to be a part of Payne’s big-race
plans, the trainer is building a
strong team for the autumn
carnival.
Payne’s stable flag-bearer is outstanding stayer Ace High, the dual
Group 1 winner of $2.2 million in
prizemoney who is back in work
after finishing down the track in
Cross Counter’s Melbourne Cup
last spring.
“Ace High is coming along
really well and I’d say he’ll be ready
to trial at the end of the month,’’
Payne said.
“He might resume in the Apollo
Stakes (1400m) but we could wait
for the Chipping Norton Stakes
(1600m).
“Either way, he will have to run
against Winx but hopefully after
that we won’t have to race against
her.
“We have a lot of options for
Ace High, races like the Australian
Cup or the Ranvet Stakes, but his
main aim is the Tancred Stakes.’’
Payne also has promising threeyear-old stayers being aimed at the
autumn in Costello, Toulouse and
Tarka.
Costello hasn’t raced since pulling up lame after winning his maiden at Hawkesbury last September
but he had a barrier trial hitout at
Rosehill Gardens yesterday morning, pleasing Payne with his effort.
“Costello ran only ran eighth in
the trial but the distance was way
too short — he’s a stayer,’’ Payne
said. “He’s untapped. We don’t
know how good he is and I’m aiming
him at the (ATC Australian) Derby.
“Toulouse is also coming back
off an injury but he’s a nice horse
and we will aim him at the big
three-year-old races.
“I’m not sure if we will have time
to get Tarka ready for the derby as
he needed colic surgery about a
month ago.
“We won’t rush him and if he
needs the time, we can wait for the
Queensland Derby.’’
Payne also produced a promising two-year-old at the Rosehill
trials session yesterday, the wellbred Deep Chill, a stylish winner of
a 900m trial.
Deep Chill is by emerging firstseason sire Wandjina out of Eskimo Queen, herself a dual Group 1
winner and dam of multiple stakes
winner Dreamforce.
My Zebrinka ready to grab his day in the Kembla sun
RAY THOMAS
KEMBLA GRANGE TODAY
MY Zebrinka can finally shed his
professional placegetter’s reputation in the Class 2 Handicap
(1400m) at Kembla Grange today.
Hall of Famer Ron Quinton believes My Zebrinka can break
through for a win after four placings in five starts in this campaign.
A game last-start third to Wokurna and Beauty Kanas at Gosford over 1600m stands My
Zebrinka in good stead for today’s
race. The runner-up Beauty Kanas
added merit to the form by winning
at Randwick’s Kensington track on
New Year’s Day.
“This is My Zebrinka’s chance,’’
Quinton said. “He’s no superstar
but he’s a tough horse and he tries
hard in his races. I’ve got him coming back in distance to 1400m but
that won’t worry him. I think it will
help his chances.’’
My Zebrinka, a winner of one of
his 13 starts but a six-time placegetter,
has drawn the inside barrier. With
apprentice Billy Owen in the saddle,
the gelding gets into today’s race
with around 55.5kg (Owen is unlikely
to claim his full 3kg allowance).
Quinton is also sending two
12-page liftout starts: P27
well-bred first starters — both with
high-profile owners — to the
Kembla meeting, with Eternity and
Breath Of Wind to clash in the
Maiden Plate (1300m).
Eternity is a three-year-old filly
by So You Think and is out of the
Whiskey Road mare Cut A Dash,
the dam of speedy filly and Group 2
winner Ichihara. Bred and owned by
George Altomonte, Eternity is close-
ly related on her dam’s side to 13time Group 1 winner Tie The Knot.
Breath Of Wind, bred and raced
by Gerry Harvey, is a four-year-old
mare by Congrats out of Breezer
and from the same family as Lady
Nickelii, a Group 1-level placegetter.
Quinton has given Eternity and
Breath Of Wind, in particular,
plenty of time to develop and each
has had three trials to prepare for
their race debuts.
“They haven’t shown a lot in
their barrier trials but they are
ready to go to the races now,’’
Quinton said. “I expect they will be
improved with the experience.’’
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THUNDER V SCORCHERS
MATCH 17, SPOTLESS
STADIUM, SYDNEY
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Callum Ferguson of
the Sydney Thunder
(main); Jos Buttler
celebrates (right) and
(below) the Perth
Scorchers’ Ashton
Turner in action.
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Images, AAP
JULIAN LINDEN
THE Sydney Thunder are
going to miss Jos Buttler
when he leaves the Big Bash
for England duties next week.
Buttler scored his third
half century in five innings to
steer his adopted team to a
nailbiting one run win over a
Perth Scorchers team that almost stole victory at the
death with Ashton Turner
making an unbeaten 60 on a
minefield of a wicket at Spotless Stadium last night.
The combination of low
bounce and a slow outfield
meant runs were at a premium with Buttler top scoring with 55 in the Thunder’s
6-142 and the Scorchers finishing on 5-141 in reply.
Buttler has only got two
more games to go with the
Thunder before he joins England in the Caribbean but has
been the chief reason his team
are now second on the ladder.
Callum Ferguson made 42
before his middle peg was
knocked over by a ball from
spinner Ashton Agar that
BBL FIXTURES
TONIGHT
Renegades v Strikers,
GMHBA Stadium, 7.15pm
TOMORROW
Hurricanes v Sixers,
Blundstone Arena, 7.15pm
SATURDAY
Stars v Thunder, Carrara
Oval, 6.15pm
Scorchers v Heat, Perth
Stadium, 9.30pm
SUNDAY
Strikers v Sixers, Adelaide
Oval, 7.15pm
skidded underneath his bat
while Chris Green smacked
three fours off nine balls in his
cameo knock of 18 not out.
Cameron Bancroft made 19
off 23 balls in his second match
since returning from his ninemonth ban as the Scorchers
lost for the fourth time in five
matches this season.
Turner almost single
handedly won the game for
the visitors, hitting five fours
and a six in his 36-ball knock.
The Scorchers needed 20 off
the last over then four off the
last ball but came up just short.
of his head, wobbling for a
step before regaining his balance. He was cleared of concussion but didn’t last long,
departing for two when he
was caught at deep square.
WARM RECEPTION
BANCROFT was given one
of the loudest cheers of the
night — but only when he
got dismissed.
There were no boos or applause when he came out to
bat, but there were plenty of
roars when he made his exit,
trapped lbw by Jono Cook.
TRICK SHOTS
BUTTLER hasn’t just been
the Thunder’s most reliable
and prolific batsman this season, he’s also been the most
innovative.
The Englishman is the
leading run scorer in the
tournament with 250 runs at
an average of exactly 50 and
has hit more sixes (10) than
anyone else but it’s improvised shotmaking that’s
made him a crowd favourite.
With the low bounce mak-
SCOREBOARD
SYDNEY THUNDER
J. BUTTLER hit wicket b J. Richardson
S. WATSON c & b J. Behrendorff
C. FERGUSON b A. Agar
J. ROOT b A. Agar
D. SAMS c A. Agar b A. Tye
J. SANGHA c H. Cartwright b N. Coulter-Nile
C. GREEN not out
G. SANDHU not out
EXTRAS: 1b, 1lb, 3w
55 (54)
4 (7)
42 (30)
5 (4)
5 (6)
2 (6)
18 (9)
6 (4)
5
TOTAL
6-142
FALL: 10, 92, 98, 105, 115, 121
BOWLING: J. Behrendorff 3-0-21-1 (7.0), N. Coulter-Nile 4-029-1 (7.25), D. Willey 1-0-8-0 (8.0), A. Tye 4-0-36-1 (9.0), A. Agar
4-0-27-2 (6.75), J. Richardson 4-0-19-1 (4.75)
PERTH SCORCHERS
SPIN WHIZ
ing it hard for batsmen down
the ground, he scooped Jason
Behrendorff over the fine leg
rope for six then brought up
his half century with a reverse
pull off Nathan Coulter-Nile
to the third man boundary.
Even his dismissal was unorthodox, when he tried to reverse sweep Jhye Richardson
but missed the ball and hit the
stumps with his followthrough to be out hit wicket.
“I’m not sure how I do it
sometimes either but it’s a
fun part of the game, trying
to evolve and keep upping
your skill level,” he said.
SURPRISE LIFT
JASON Sangha had a frightening moment when he got
whacked in the helmet by
one of the few balls that did
lift off the pitch.
Sangha lost sight of a
bouncer from Richardson
that hit him flush on the side
THE Thunder have got more
spinners in their lineup than
any other team in the comp
but the spiritual leader is undoubtedly Fawad Ahmed.
Shane Watson pulled off a
one-handed screamer at slip to
give Ahmed his second wicket
but the 36-year-old tweaker
produced his own magic in the
field. From deep point, Ahmed
took aim at the stumps and hit
his target to catch Hilton Cartwright well short of his ground.
M. KLINGER lbw b F. Ahmed
D. WILLEY c J. Cook b C. Green
C. BANCROFT lbw b J. Cook
A. AGAR c S. Watson b F. Ahmed
A. TURNER not out
H. CARTWRIGHT run out (F. Ahmed)
W. BOSISTO not out
EXTRAS: 2b, 5lb, 3w
20 (22)
7 (12)
19 (23)
0 (2)
60 (36)
2 (4)
23 (21)
10
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5-141
FALL: 18, 50, 50, 52, 54
BOWLING: S. Rainbird 3-0-18-0 (6.0), J. Cook 4-0-13-1 (3.25),
D. Sams 3-0-36-0 (12.0), C. Green 4-0-32-1 (8.0), G. Sandhu 2-013-0 (6.5), F. Ahmed 4-0-22-2 (5.5)
RESULT: THUNDER WIN BY 1 RUN
Rookie Avendano cops it for failing to ground bat
JULIAN LINDEN
JUSTIN Avendano doesn’t
need to be reminded that he
messed up after he was run out
in his Big Bash debut.
He has already heard it:
from his coach, his captain, his
teammates and now the public
after his bizarre dismissal
began trending on social media.
Thinking he was safely
home for a single, Avendano
momentarily relaxed as he was
approaching the non-striker’s
end and didn’t ground his bat,
only to be caught short and redfaced when Brisbane Heat allrounder Ben Cutting threw down
the stumps with a direct hit.
It didn’t affect the result because the Sixers went on to win
by five wickets, and it didn’t detract from Avendano’s impressive performance with the
bat, but he still hasn’t heard the
end of it.
“I got a word from the coach
and the skipper not to do it
again but everyone else has
had a laugh about it,”
Avendano said.
“Thank goodness we won
because I got out at a very
important situation in the
game, so I would have copped
a bit more if the guys didn’t
bring it home.”
Avendano, 25, said he
couldn’t believe it when he
saw his stumps broken but
that he had learnt an import-
ant lesson and wouldn’t repeat
the mistake.
“It was just lazy from me not
concentrating for that split second; it’s rookie cricket,” he said
after the Sixers arrived in Hobart
ahead of tomorrow night’s clash
with the unbeaten Hurricanes.
“It showed that I’ve got
some things to learn but the
good thing is I learnt from it
and I will never do that again.
I’ll be sliding the bat the whole
way home next time,” he said.
The Sixers’ Justin Avendano.
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SYDNEY Thunder have thrown
down the gauntlet to their crosstown rivals that they mean business
after thrashing the Sixers by eight
wickets in last night’s WBBL Sydney
Smash at Spotless Stadium.
The top of the table clash between
two teams laden with World Cup winners turned into a lopsided romp for
the Thunder as they ripped through
the star-studded Sixers batting line-up.
cruising to victory with 14 balls to spare.
Thunder medium pacer Lisa Griffith triggered the Sixers batting collapse when she got rid of their
superstar openers Alyssa Healy and
Ellyse Perry as the defending champions crumbled to 6-33 inside the
first nine overs.
Marizanne Kapp (40 not out) and
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the carnage by helping the Sixers
reach 7-98 but it was never enough as
Naomi Stalenberg guided the Thunder to an easy win with an unbeaten
44 after opener Rachel Haynes
provided the backbone with 43.
The Sixers still lead the standings
on 16 points with three games to go
in the regular season but the Thunder are breathing down their neck
two points behind in second place
with a superior run-rate.
NO BOUNCE
The Spotless Stadium pitch was like
a minefield for the first 10 overs with
the ball rarely getting above the knee
roll and the Sixers did not cope with
the conditions at all.
Perry was the only Sixers batter in
the top six to make double figures
but she refused to blame the pitch for
her team’s capitulation.
“It wasn’t easy but in saying that
both teams batted on it,” she said.
“There were some tough balls in there
but I also think there were some pretty poor shots given the conditions. I
don’t really want to dwell on the conditions because we lost fair and
square. I just think we weren’t smart
enough in the way we played today.”
MERE MORTAL
After averaging more than 200 after
smashing two hundreds and three
half centuries in the first half of the
season, Perry has come back down to
Earth with five successive innings
without making 50, including her 13
against the Thunder last night. But
she is still miles ahead of everyone in
the batting stakes this season with
said Griffith, who was named player of
the match.
“We just said it would be really
good to get this win against the Sixers
and really stamp our mark on this
competition and have a good run at
the tail end. I’m really stoked with the
way I’m bowling at the moment.”
THIRD ENCOUNTER
537 runs a 76.71 — 147 more than her
closest pursuer, Elyse Villani.
BOUNCE BACK
The Thunder’s runaway win came
after they had a heart-to-heart about
how to get their season back on track
after losing both matches against the
Perth Scorchers last week.
“We kind of knew that after those
two losses in Perth we had to reassess,”
The Sixers beat the Thunder earlier
this season and with the sides sitting
first and second on the ladder, it’s a
fair chance they might meet again in
the playoffs and Perry sure hopes so.
“All things considered, I think
we’re in a really great position, we’re
playing some really great cricket a lot
of the time,” she said. “I don’t think it’s
panic stations or anything like that but
these are the kind of games you just
have to move on really quickly from.”
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His sheer majesty
Peter Handscomb in the SCG
nets. Picture: Phil Hillyard
Finch out as
Handscomb
set to return
King Kohli’s
drive to reign
is just royally
impressive
BEN HORNE
Virat Kohli poses for pictures with Indian fans during training ahead of the fourth Test match against Australia at the SCG. Picture: Phil Hillyard
BEN HORNE
CRICKET’S monsoon warrior Virat Kohli knows no fear.
The most brilliant batsman
in the world and a man who
holds dominion over Australia
does not conquer on skill alone.
When a monsoon swept
through Mumbai earlier last
year, it became Kohli’s way of
preparing for the stresses he
knew he would face on backto-back tours of England and
now Australia.
On an unprepared wicket
lashed by the big wet, Kohli
padded up and had India’s
bowling coach pepper him
ball after ball.
Kohli wore body blows and
bruised and bled from the
brutal onslaught, but now his
bravery might get its reward.
On the verge of becoming
the first Indian captain to
clinch glory in Australia,
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Kohli gave a rare insight into
what makes him the king.
“It has to be an obsession
to win away from home because you cannot afford to be
negative, even for a single
minute,” Kohli said.
“You need to be that convinced about your ability
firstly and the fact that you
can go out there and put in a
match-winning performance.
“Not just to get a score to feel
good about having scored runs
away from home but to make a
contribution that is significant
that your team wins. That’s why
I say it’s 80 per cent mental and
20 per cent technical.”
The systematic problems
affecting Australia’s production of Test batsmen has
been laid bare by the class of
Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara
this summer. It’s debatable
whether the Australian system – or any international
production line for that matter – can confidently say it
could create the new Pujara:
an old-school Test batsman
who knows nothing but gritting his teeth and grinding.
Then there is Kohli.
With the exception of
Steve Smith and David
Warner and precious few
others in world cricket,
no one can transfer
through the different formats
and over-crowded schedule with
the proficiency and
sheer bloody-mindedness of Kohli.
Tim Paine says
blaming T20 for Australia’s Test woes is a
cop out, and Kohli is the
living, in-your-face proof.
Kohli has scored more
Test hundreds on Australian soil (six from just 11
Tests) than any current Australian player might hope to
make in their careers. It’s this
drive to be the best that
makes the machine tick and
shows up Australian batsmen
who swing wildly but can’t
craft an innings.
“The physical part has
definitely helped me massively in the last
three years.
“I feel like I
can switch formats easily and be
at the top of my energy levels or intensity levels that are
required to play
international cricket,”
Kohli said.
“It’s because I
work really hard on
my fitness. There
are many factors involved: the diet, the
sleep patterns and all
these sort of things are very
crucial. But above all of that, I
believe in backing my technical
ability to score in all formats. I
am not someone who aims to
be the biggest six hitter, as such.
“I’m happy to knock the
ball around in the shorter formats and get runs. As long as
the intent is there and you are
working towards making the
team win you don’t need to go
out there and make people go:
Wow, what was that shot.
“I’m not bothered by that.
The thing that drives me is
helping the team at any cost.
“For that I need to be at the
top of the game in all formats
because I believe that I can
make match-winning contributions for my team. For that
I need to be really sure of my
patterns. If you have a good
technique you can succeed in
any format. That’s the bottom
line. That’s what I believe.”
AARON Finch has been
dropped from the Australian XI
for Sydney and selectors are
also set to bring Peter Handscomb back for Mitchell Marsh.
Australian captain Tim
Paine said Handscomb was a
serious option if India picked
two spinners, and news that
paceman Ishant Sharma had
been axed from the Indian
squad for the addition of three
spinning options may have
made their decision for them.
Selector Greg Chappell was
seen patting Handscomb on
the back in the nets before the
Victorian went into bat in another apparent endorsement
of his credentials.
Marnus Labuschagne will
play for Finch, as expected.
Handscomb has firmed as
likely to beat Mitchell Marsh
to the punch, but a final decision won’t be made on that
second change until Australia
have a last look at the pitch before the toss.
Finch has fallen out of
favour and Labuschagne will
play in his place as a legspinning all-round option.
Australia must win the Test
to save themselves from an unwanted place in history as the
first side to lose a series at
home to India. Therefore, the
idea of throwing as many
bowling options at India has
been an attractive one.
It’s a bitter blow for Finch,
who had performed solidly in
the UAE and in the Perth Test
but has faced heavy criticism
for his technique not being up
to Test standard.
Usman Khawaja is likely to
open the batting alongside
Marcus Harris, and captain
Paine is also open to a shuffle
up the order. Paine said conditions had brought Handscomb
back into the frame after he
was dropped for Marsh for the
Boxing Day Test.
“We think it will spin here
so if India were to play two
spinners I think Pete can be a
really important player for us,”
Paine said.
Rookie spinner’s done it before and can do it again
BEN HORNE
TEST great Dean Jones has
advised India to inject the
spinner who cruelled Australia’s dreams on debut 18
months ago so they can realise
their own in Sydney.
India’s bizarre selections
this summer continue to be
shrouded in mystery after Ishant Sharma was sensationally
ruled out of the match and
Ravi Ashwin also omitted —
only to be re-added to a 13man squad minutes later.
However, in between the
smoke and mirrors, India’s last
remaining selection question
mark as they chase a historic
Test victory in Australia today
is whether to play paceman
Umesh Yadav or namesake
left-arm wrist-spinner, Kuldeep Yadav.
India have never won a series in Australia in 70 years of
touring, and Jones said Virat
Kohli had to unleash spinner
Kuldeep to write his name into
the record books.
Kuldeep took four wickets
on debut in March last year,
when Australia were chasing a
rare series triumph in the
mountain town of Dharamsala, to stop them in their tracks.
Now Jones believes he
should play alongside Ravi
Jadeja as part of a dual spin
attack at the SCG.
“The Sydney pitch will be a
bit drier and will turn,” Jones
told The Times of India.
“Australia will play Marnus
Labuschagne in place of Mitchell Marsh. The question is:
Will India gamble with their
line-up? I would consider
playing Ravindra Jadeja and
Kuldeep Yadav.
“Australia do not play leftarm orthodox well and they
don’t play leg-spin well either,
and that’s why they need to
bring in Kuldeep.”
Indian quick Umesh Yadav.
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to spin a
new tale
ROBERT CRADDOCK
MYTH and mystery have been
two key themes in this memorable Test series — and it’s not
finished yet.
Is there any critic standing
who hasn’t made a stinker of a
prediction about the Test decks?
In Perth we saw the green
grass and predicted first-day
carnage, but initially it was
more lamb than lion. Then it
roared to life. Then it was quiet
again before bearing its claws.
Melbourne was as lively as a
sea slug for two days but, despite its limitations, ended up
falling apart enough to provide
a decent Test.
At least Sydney, we all
agreed, would be the salvation
of tipsters because it would
turn. Or will it?
CricViz’s Ben Jones yesterday delivered the sobering
statistic that, in the past decade, the combined spinners’
average per wicket in Sydney is
51.63, the highest of any
ground in Australia.
A new curator is helping the
SCG return to its spinning
roots, which is timely because
the Test returns over the past
decade tell a story of a pitch that
was not what people thought it
was or wanted it to be.
Nathan Lyon may call the
SCG home, but it is also his
least-responsive Test venue in
Australia. He has been a major
force in Adelaide (45 wickets at
26), consistently dangerous in
Brisbane (31 at 27), solid in Melbourne (27 at 35) and, like most
spinners, had to work hard for
his wickets at the WACA (15 at
47) before dominating at Optus
Stadium earlier in the series.
Yet in Sydney, the ground
reputed to be a spinners’
haven, Lyon has had to don the
blue overalls and chisel out 22
wickets at 48 in seven Tests.
With new ground staff
slowly leaving their imprint on
the pitch, the expectation is
this Sydney deck will be different and it might bounce early
and turn late. But even if, as expected, it does turn, the body of
evidence of the past decade reminds us that Sydney is no
spinning snake pit.
If Lyon has to work hard,
everyone will have to work hard.
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NATHAN Lyon has been paid the
ultimate compliment by the man
who worked hand-in-hand with
Shane Warne for 15 years.
Glenn McGrath declared yesterday that Australia’s once underrated off-spinner is now mirroring
the influence Warne once had over
opposition batsmen.
The McGrath and Warne combination was one of the most lethal
in Test history and despite playing
more than 100 matches alongside
each other, they sit as No.1 and
No.2 on Australia’s all-time wickettaking list.
A decade on, according to McGrath, Lyon has mastered many of
the qualities that made Warne the
centre point of the Australian attack that he and the other fast
bowlers could work around.
Lyon will walk out onto his beloved SCG today as the heartbeat
of Australian cricket.
“It’s his attitude,” McGrath said.
“He goes out there expecting to
take wickets on any pitch in any
conditions and when you have that
attitude it’s a massive similarity to
Shane. The way Nathan is bowling,
he has a lot of experience and confidence and the main thing I see
now is he knows his game so well.
“Warnie felt he could take wickets anywhere at any time.
“You need that confidence if
you are to be successful. He’s a big
member of the bowling unit and
the other three are guys are exceptional as well. Australia’s lucky to
have them, especially Lyno.”
Lyon has changed the pattern in
so many ways but perhaps the most
underrated facet of his work has
been his athleticism.
Spinners are often typecast as
the young players with the rounder
frame, but the six-foot tall and
spider-like Lyon has changed the
mould. Lyon, who works with
trainer and former NSW Waratah
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past two years that endurance is
the foundation behind his mental
strength. The spinner’s highlight
reel of classic catches off his own
bowling is testament to that.
Lyon needs just 20 more wickets
to join the great Dennis Lillee on
355 Test scalps. This is a low-onconfidence player who was on the
verge of being dumped for Steve
O’Keefe two summers ago.
Now Lyon, barring an unforeseen natural disaster, will retire as
Australia’s third-highest wickettaker behind Shane Warne (708)
and McGrath (563).
Some aren’t even willing to rule
out 31-year-old Lyon fighting on
long enough to challenge McGrath’s mantle given the fact he
has blossomed into the world’s best
spinner only in the past 18 months.
The big question now is will selectors give Lyon the only endorsement that has so far eluded him
and thrust him into next year’s
World Cup as Australia’s whiteball spinner?
McGrath also played down
Warne’s claims that Australia’s fast
bowlers were part of the side’s
performance crisis.
Warne has pointed to statistics
that highlight the reduced newball effects of Mitchell Starc and
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disagrees.
“I still have a lot of confidence in
the boys,” McGrath said. “Josh
Hazlewood, you know what you
are getting day in and day out.
Cummo (Pat Cummins) just
seems to get better and better. Virat
(Kohli) came out and said he had
been the pick of the bowlers.
“And Starc is the X-factor. If he
is swinging the new ball he’s one of
the most dangerous bowlers in
world cricket.
“Try to focus on the positives.
When those guys all hit their
straps, that’s as good a bowling attack as anywhere in world cricket.”
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Forgotten
man now
a keeper
BEN HORNE
WHO said the Tasmanian Tiger
was extinct?
From the cricketing wilderness,
an out-of-luck wicketkeeper on the
verge of giving the game away has
become Test captain of Australia.
Tim Paine’s rise from nowhere
man to leader of men is one of
the most extraordinary tales in
the history of the sport.
Australia have traditionally
baulked at making keepers Test
captains, but confronted with
the biggest crisis they’ve
encountered, Paine was
appointed without hesitation,
handed the reins previously
entrusted to the likes of Steve
Smith, Michael Clarke, Ricky
Ponting and Steve Waugh.
This summer may well end in
tears for Australia at the SCG this
week as India close in on a series
triumph, but the pain won’t be
for nothing.
Since he faced up against men
in Hobart grade cricket when he
was barely a teen, Paine’s baby
face has always belied a tough
exterior straight from the Ponting
mould. His remarkable poise has
reassured Australian cricket there
can be light at the end of the
darkest tunnel.
“The most important thing
I’ve learnt is to be myself. That’s
the No.1,” Paine said. “Then the
second thing, particularly over
the past month or so, has been to
try and stay really present. Stay
in the moment of where we are
right now.”
If it wasn’t for perhaps the
most inspired selection of the
modern era — plucking Paine
from outside the Tasmanian state
team last summer — the player
would likely be retired by now.
After seven operations to
repair a badly broken finger he
suffered in an exhibition game
in 2010, Paine was resigned to
never adding to the four Tests
he played that same year.
But as Australia prepared for
an all-important Ashes series,
quietly fretting over who would
wear the gloves against England
— Matthew Wade, Alex Carey or
Peter Nevill — the name Tim
‘(I) try not to be too
distracted by what’s
ahead of us, or who
is coming back and
who is not’
Paine was first put forward by
Brad Haddin.
The Australian assistant
coach, and a man with an
astute feel for the game, once
considered Paine the most likely
gloveman to take his place
behind the stumps when he was
in the middle of his Test career.
Since those days, the trauma
of injury had almost forced Paine
to quit the game and a decision
had been made on the Apple Isle
that Matthew Wade would
replace him as Tasmanian keeper.
But in Haddin’s mind, the
same skill, character and presence
he saw in Paine seven years
earlier had not dimmed, even if
the system had shunned him. He
believed Paine was the man
Australia needed.
National selector Mark Waugh
was another loud voice behind
the scenes. Waugh backed in
Haddin’s judgment and initially
pushed for Paine’s selection in
the Twenty20 unit as a stepping
stone to Ashes consideration.
The rest is history.
From outside the Tasmanian
Sheffield Shield side, Paine was
brought back from the dead
to keep against England.
In an instant it felt a
missing piece of the jigsaw
puzzle had been restored
and six months later in
Cape Town, when
Australian cricket
collapsed, Paine was the
only pillar left standing.
Paine is still shocked
when he’s driving his
car around Hobart and
the newsreader gives
the latest on
Australia’s Test
captain. But with
the eye of the Tiger,
Paine has mapped
out what it will
take to rebuild
Australian cricket.
“Try not to be
too distracted by
what’s ahead of
us, or who is
coming back and
who is not,” he said.
“(I’ve tried) to keep a
little bit of reality around our
group. Keep our feet where they
are and keep trying to improve.”
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AUSTRALIA played 10 Tests last
year. They lost six, won three, and
drew one.
That’s not a good record. Something’s wrong, and it’s time to ask
every question possible about what
they have to work on, what needs to
be improved, and what needs to be
changed now.
There are batting issues, and they
need further forensic analysis.
But right off the top, Australia
have only made 300 twice in the first
innings in Test matches this year,
against England last January and in
the Perth Test against India, which
they won. That’s not good enough.
The bowlers aren’t helping the
cause, either.
Against top-six batsmen in all
matches last year, Mitchell Starc has
taken 17 wickets at 47, Josh Hazlewood 18 wickets at 40, Nathan Lyon
29 wickets at 43 and Pat Cummins
33 wickets at 23. Apart from Cummins, it’s not very good.
And it means Australia have
either batted first and not batted
well, or gone out to bowl and let the
opposition make huge totals. In
every instance, from the first innings
of almost every Test this year, Australia have been behind in the game.
BOWL CUMMINS FIRST
Most people assume that Starc, Hazlewood, Cummins and Lyon are
automatic selections, that you just
pencil them in. For Hazlewood, Cummins and Lyon, that’s probably right.
Cummins is the first player picked
in my team, along with Lyon, and I
want Hazlewood in my team, too.
He’s class.
But this is the worst I have seen
Starc bowl. He keeps saying he’s
bowling well, that he just misses on
the odd over here or there.
But 17 top-order wickets at an
average of 47 with the new ball just
isn’t good enough.
I don’t think he has looked anything like the Starc we have known
over the past couple of years.
I think it’s time Cummins gets the
new ball. He has 30 wickets at 23
against top-six batsmen. He has
done his time.
We should even give him the new
ball with Hazlewood in Sydney, because Starc is not getting it done.
When Cummins made his debut
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in South Africa in 2011, he opened
the bowling, he swung the ball, took
seven wickets and was man of the
match. Give him the new ball again.
SWING DILEMMA
Out-of-form
Mitchell Starc,
and (insets) Pat
Cummins and
Marcus Stoinis.
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Starc is not swinging the Kookaburra, and I know there are a few
conspiracy theorists trying to say he
hasn’t been able to get the ball to
move since Sandpapergate. But that’s
nonsense. He’s just not in good form.
When he’s in form, Starc swings
the ball — the red one and the white
one — and he gets wickets. He’s just
not doing that and that is why it’s
time Cummins got the new ball.
BATTING TEST
Australia’s batsmen have to learn
how to bat time.
Somehow, they have to work out
how to endure good bowling to survive because you can’t make winning scores without spending time at
the crease.
There are three Tests between
now and the Ashes, when David
Warner and Steve Smith will come
back in to the team.
In a way, those two have papered
over the cracks of Australia’s batting
issues because they have been so
good. They will come back in to the
team, despite any lingering issues
from South Africa or the interviews
that aired on Boxing Day.
They should be welcomed back
with open arms because they are
class, and Australia are desperate for
some class.
So coach Justin Langer and the
selectors have to settle on an opener
to bat with Warner in England.
That’s what these next three matches, the last one against India then
two against Sri Lanka, are all about.
I’m a fan of Marcus Harris, and I
think you can back in Usman Khawaja at three. Smith will come in at
four and Shaun Marsh at five.
I know Marsh is 35 but at least he
has Test hundreds, and it looked like
he could have made another ton in
the second innings of the Boxing
Day Test in Melbourne.
That leaves one batting spot up
for grabs, No.6. Is that Travis Head?
Is it an all-rounder?
They have to use the next three
Tests to find out. Should they just
leave Head in, let him bat for all
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2: HARRIS
3: KHAWAJA
4: SMITH
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three matches? He probably will if
he gets a score in Sydney. Or do they
bat Aaron Finch there, and see if he’s
better suited?
As much as the immediate focus is
on trying to level the series against
India, it is also time to start looking
ahead to England.
It’s not all experimenting because
guys such as Joe Burns, Glenn Maxwell and even Marnus Labuschagne,
who is playing in Sydney, have Test
experience. But the Sri Lankan series
could be the perfect time to have a
look at Marcus Stoinis.
We have to find out if the guys
who are in the selection frame are
good enough to play Test cricket.
OFF-FIELD QUESTIONS
Australia have to look at the staff in
TEAMS
Australia likely: Marcus
Harris, Usman Khawaja,
Shaun Marsh, Peter
Handscomb, Travis Head,
Marnus Labuschagne, Tim
Paine, Pat Cummins, Mitchell
Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh
Hazlewood
India possible: Lokesh
Rahul, Mayank Agarwal,
Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat
Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane,
Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant,
Ravi Jadeja, Mohammed
Shami, Jasprit Bumrah,
Umesh Yadav/Kuldeep Yadav
and around the team, especially the
assistant coaches.
Have they been there too long?
You also have to ask the question:
has any player improved since the
start of last year?
Lyon has, Cummins, too. Those
two have enhanced their reputations. But no one else has.
Is the environment the players
are in affecting that improvement?
Are they happy in that environment?
It’s a massive year ahead, with a
World Cup followed by an Ashes series in England. And you need everything going right to have any chance
of success.
Those events will be here before
we know it. So you have to take the
time now to review last year, have a
look at batting coach Graeme Hick
and bowling coach David Saker. It’s
not just the players who have to be
reviewed. No one likes talking about
this or pushing the fact that these
questions have to be asked, but they
just have to be.
We also need to talk about things
such as a national under-23 competition, the Sheffield Shield, and using
the Dukes ball in Australia.
Maybe Cricket Australia needs to
survey the players off the record, ask
them what they think of the coaching staff, the team environment and
selections. The players need to perform better, but is the environment
allowing them to?
You want the players to speak
freely, to get to the root cause of why
the results last year were not good
enough. We are running out of time.
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Kohli’s warrior-like
obsession to end
India’s wave of
defeat Down Under
KING TIDE
BEN HORNE
VIRAT Kohli’s obsession to become
the first Indian captain to clinch a
series in Australia started on a
monsoon-swept pitch in Mumbai.
Last year, on an unprepared
wicket lashed by the big wet, Kohli
padded up and had India’s bowling
coach pepper him ball after ball.
Kohli wore body blows and
bruised and bled from the brutal
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onslaught, but now his bravery
might get its reward.
With India leading the series 2-1
going into the Sydney Test starting
today, Kohli gave a rare insight
into what makes him the King.
“It has to be an obsession to win
away from home because you
cannot afford to be negative, even
for a single minute,” Kohli said.
“The thing that drives me is
helping the team at any cost.”
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OUT OF
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Kohli has scored more Test
hundreds on Australian soil (six
from just 11 Tests) than any current
Australian player might hope to
make in their careers.
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