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Building certifiers pushed to skip on-site inspections
PHOTO FINISH
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
PRIVATE certifiers are inspecting Sydney buildings using just
photographs to avoid construction delays, it can be revealed.
And industry insiders said certifiers are pushing builders to bypass
even
“critical
stage
inspections” and grant compliance notices without assessing
vital construction work in person.
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The revelation comes as Sydney steams headlong into a multibillion dollar construction boom,
with hundreds of cranes dotting
the skyline and infrastructure
projects spreading across the city.
Last year more than 57,000
houses and units were approved
for construction in NSW and exclusive data shows more than $65
billion worth of new projects were
applied for over the same period.
The certification process for
major constructions and developments has come under intense
scrutiny since Olympic Park’s
Opal Tower had to be evacuated.
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Rapidly
building
up fears
EDWARD BOYD
FORMER Lendlease chairman David Crawford said the
rapid pace of construction in
Australia is attracting new, inexperienced builders to the
industry which could result in
mistakes such as the one in the
Opal Tower arising elsewhere.
Mr Crawford (pictured),
who stepped down as chair of
the Sydney property giant in
November, said the apartment
boom was heaping pressure on
developers which might result
in builders rushing projects
and cutting corners.
On Christmas Eve cracks
began appearing in the Opal
Tower, causing the 36s t o r e y
building to be
evacuated.
Mr Crawford fears that
issues such as
this could arise in other buildings across the nation.
“There has been a huge
building boom as you are
aware and there has been a lot
of people coming into the industry,” he said at a KPMG
event in Victoria yesterday.
“(They) have been put
under a lot of pressure to
complete buildings and to do
things, so I am just assuming
there will be … some things
that don’t go as they should.
“What appears to be
happening (at the Opal Tower)
is that there are cracks appearing in different parts of the
building so it looks as though
it’s probably an issue right
across (the tower),” Mr Crawford said.
Residents
still in dark
ENGINEERS
investigating
the source of the Opal Tower
cracking still can’t agree on a
plan for remediation works
after another meeting at the
site yesterday.
A plan is being developed
by design engineering firm
WSP Australia but no works
can commence until a consensus is reached by all engineers.
It comes amid speculation
residents could be out of their
homes for longer than expected — the 10-day estimate expires Monday — but they still
haven’t been told the cause.
A spokeswoman for builder
Icon yesterday said engineers
were “still working to agree on
a plan for remediation works”.
CRANE AND
Sydney’s multibillion construction
boom seen right
across our skyline
UTS
Central
Commercial
COST: $367M
AUSTRALIAN
TECHNOLOGY
PARK
GREENLAND
ENL AND
CENTRE
Redfern
Commercial
COST: $1B
Pitt St
Residential
COST: $700M
286-296
SUSSEX ST
CBD
Residential
COST: $97M
$90B
$65.12B 27,359 5401
amount NSW government is investing in
roads, rail, schools and hospitals over the
next four years
worth of construction applied
for in 2018
321
apartments approved for
construction in NSW
cranes currently dotting the Sydney skyline,
there are just 20 in New York
EDWARD BOYD
& DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
SYDNEY is in the midst of a
multibillion-dollar building
boom, with hundreds of
cranes dotting the skies and
huge infrastructure projects
spread across the entire
metropolitan area.
The development rush
comes as the city struggles to
keep up with rising demand
for housing and vital trans-
port and other infrastructure
while meeting planning and
safety guidelines.
It also comes as questions
about building regulation
and the pace of construction
come under fresh scrutiny
after serious cracking was
found in the Opal Tower
high-rise at Sydney Olympic
Park.
Official figures show more
than 57,000 houses and
apartments were approved
for construction in NSW last
year, and a further $65 billion
worth of new projects were
applied for.
A forest of 321 cranes extends into the sky above Sydney, according to the latest
Rider Levett Bucknall crane
index, with roughly twothirds of them dedicated to
apartments and the rest to
mixed use and commercial
developments. The Sydney
CBD alone has 24 cranes —
new NSW-based
projects applied
for in year to
November 2018,
an increase of 18%
more than the 20 rising
above New York City —
building everything from office blocks to luxury hotels, a
casino and penthouse apartments. Further afield, cranes
tower over massive projects
including the $16.8 billion
WestConnex, $300 million
Western Sydney Stadium
and $1 billion Westmead
Hospital redevelopment.
“We are in the middle of a
once-in-a-century construc-
tion boom, with a further
$90 billion to be invested in
rail, roads, schools and hospitals over the next four years,”
Premier Gladys Berejiklian
told The Daily Telegraph.
“Work is underway on
projects like Sydney Metro,
WestConnex and NorthConnex. There are more
opportunities on the horizon
with the Western Sydney
Aerotropolis.”
The rush to build has some
Assault charges continue NRL nightmare
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NICK HANSEN
WESTS Tigers forward Michael Chee Kam will face court
next month after being
charged with punching a rideshare driver through a car window in Bondi last Sunday.
Chee Kam, 26, and an 18year-old man believed to be a
relative were allegedly stand-
ing on Campbell Pde at
around 10.30pm on December 30 when the rideshare
driver beeped at them in an
attempt to get them to move
out of his way.
The pair then allegedly laid
into the driver through his
open window, repeatedly
punching him.
Passing police were flagged
down and a short time later a
taxi containing the two men
was pulled over.
The men were arrested and
both served with a Field Court
Attendance Notice for the alleged offences of assault occasioning actual bodily harm,
and common assault.
Chee Kam has played 54
games for Wests and also rep-
resented Samoa. He is contracted to the club until the end off
the 2019 season.
An NRL spokesman said
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the league’s Integrity Unit wass
aware of the matter but ass
there were charges involved “itt
wouldn’t be appropriate to
o
comment further”.
Chee Kam faces Waverleyy
Local Court on February 5.
Chee
Ch Kam.
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COST: $152M
CROWN SYDNEY
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critics concerned. Former
chairman of developer Lendlease said the rapid pace of
construction could contribute to mistakes such as those
made at Opal Tower.
And City of Sydney councillor and architect Philip
Thalis said the race to build
up was leading to compromises on liveability.
“When you build (large
floor plans) at 20 and 30 storeys it’s terrible for the city
and I think it’s terrible as a
place to live — amenity is
very poor,” he said.
December figures from
the Australian Bureau of
Statistics show that 27,359
apartments and 29,930 houses were approved for construction in NSW in the year
to October 2018.
Exclusive data from CoreLogic shows that 5401 new
projects were applied for in
NSW in the year to Novem-
ber 2018, with their $65.12 billion value 50 per cent more
than the prior-year figure.
Sydney Business Chamber
boss Patricia Forsythe said
the redevelopment of Barangaroo marked a turning
point in Sydney that has seen
new building work spread to
nearly every city block,
thanks to huge investments
from both the private and
public sector.
Alamir Ayoubi, whose
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and I just want to say that the
rumours of my death have been
greatly exaggerated, to quote a
very famous quote,” a chipper
Newton-John said in the message. “I’m doing great and I want
to wish all of you the happiest,
healthiest 2019 possible.
“Thank you all for your wonderful love and support for me
and my Olivia Newton-John
Cancer Wellness Centre.”
“Growth is a reality for
Sydney but we need to ensure
that Sydney can grow in a
more sustainable way instead
of ad hoc, unplanned development popping up in suburban streets,” she said.
“Sydney is a growing global city, but under this government’s watch there has
been absolutely no effort put
into managing this growth or
ensuring it is done fairly.”
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PRIVATE certifiers are conducting building inspections
using just photographs to
avoid construction delays, The
Daily Telegraph can reveal.
And industry insiders say
certifiers are being hassled by
builders to bypass even “critical stage inspections” and
grant compliance notices without assessing vital construction
work in person.
The certification process for
major construction projects
has come under intense scrutiny since the Opal Tower
cracking scandal exposed potential flaws in the system. The
36-storey residential tower has
been evacuated twice since
Christmas Eve after cracks
were found in concrete panels.
The cause is
still being investigated.
“Due
to
time
restraints,
builders will
put pressure
on you to accept photos
instead of doing a critical stage
inspection — but we say we
want to be there,” one private
certifier, who asked not to be
named, with over 20 years experience, told The Telegraph.
“It’s pivotal for us to inspect
because at the end of the day
it’s our accreditation and our
name on the line.”
CDC Private Certifiers
owner George Saadi said that
some builders asked if they
could send them photographs
for critical stage inspections.
“They want to save time because it pretty much costs the
builder a day for every inspection,” he said. “Everyone wants
to do everything as quick as
possible. But I don’t accept
photos from people.”
The government’s Building
Professionals Board, which
regulates building certifications, states: “Verbal or photographic evidence of building
work does not set aside the requirement for a certifier to
carry out a critical stage inspection.” It is also required by
the Environmental Planning
and Assessment Act 1979.
Association of Accredited
Certifiers president Craig
Hardy (pictured) said certifiers
may sometimes use photos but
only for minor issues such as
confirming a pest control sticker on an electrical meter box.
Fijian PM says Prakash not citizen
OLIVIA’S MESSAGE TO FANS
AUSSIE singer Olivia Newton-John has addressed rumours of her death in a video
message to fans yesterday.
The 70-year-old star released the clip through social
media channels just a day after
rumours spread worldwide that
her battle with breast cancer
was nearing a tragic end.
“Happy New Year everyone
— this is Olivia Newton-John
Buildlife Projects concentrates on residential projects
in the Georges River Council
area, said there was still
strong demand for high-rise
apartments there.
Labor’s shadow planning
spokeswoman Tania Mihailuk said that the government
needed to put aside more
land for future growth in
order to allow for the construction of new roads,
schools and hospitals.
EXCLUSIVE
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
ANTHONY GALLOWAY
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Newton-John.
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THE Australian government is
being called on to release the legal
advice it used to strip terrorist Neil
Prakash of his citizenship as a diplomatic stoush with Fiji intensifies.
Fiji Prime Minister Frank
Bainimarama said yesterday the
Melbourne-born ISIS recruiter
“cannot come here because he does
not qualify”. Labor frontbencher
Jason Clare said Mr Dutton needed to release the legal advice the
government relied on to determine
if Prakash, who has never been to
Fiji, was a citizen of that country.
“I don’t want to see this bloke
as an Australian citizen. I’d rather
see him as a citizen of the afterworld,” Mr Clare said. “But Peter
Dutton’s the minister here and
he’s got a responsibility … and it
looks from what the Fijian Prime
Minister’s just said … that Peter
Dutton’s stuffed up.”
Constitutional law experts yesterday said it was unclear whether
Prakash, whose father is Fijian, was
a Fiji citizen. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg yesterday said the Citizenship Loss Board found the 27-yearold Prakash was a Fiji citizen.
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‘ISIS’ visa
inquiry
into wife
‘BELOVED’
CHURCH
MEMBER
KILLED
CHARLES MIRANDA
AUSTRALIAN authorities are
investigating the wife of an
Iraqi Kurd refugee who was
granted a bridging visa before
it was discovered that he was
actually a suspected member
of terrorist group Islamic State.
The ISIS suspect, identified
only as BSX15, was granted an
Australian visa in 2013 shortly
after his arrival at Christmas
Island by boat. ASIO discovered BSX15 shared a name
with someone identified as a
“member” of Islamic State.
BSX15 admitted to having
up to nine aliases, including a
version with two letters missing — which ASIO now claims
in court was an act to deceive.
Now the investigation has
shifted to his associates, an
imam who married him and
his wife whom he married in
November 2013 in Melbourne,
after already being told he was
about to be deported as an undesirable citizen and a threat to
national security. The woman
is believed to be Australian
with an Arabic background.
Home Affairs Minister
Peter Dutton yesterday conceded ASIO made an error in
its interviewing of the man —
who had now succeeded in
being granted a legal right in
the Federal Court to appeal
against his deportation.
He is currently in detention
awaiting the appeal process.
Taree body
identified
POLICE have identified the
body badly beaten and set
alight in bushland in the state’s
mid-north last week as the remains of 41-year-old Tyron
Beauchamp, who moved to the
area last year.
A Rural Fire Service crew
found the body as they put out
the fire at Upper Landsdowne,
near Taree, at 6.10am on December 27. Police are appealing for help working out Mr
Beauchamp’s movements in
the days before he died.
Anyone with dashcam footage from the area at that time
is urged to contact police.
A teen is led
away
y by
y police
after two
people
ople were
stabbed
yesterday.
Picture:
Nine News
Two men stabbed after teen tried to see Scientologist mum
JANET FIFE-YEOMANS &
CHRISTOPHER HARRIS
THE teenage son of a
Church of Scientology
member was under arrest
last night after a feud with
his mum allegedly ended in
a fatal stabbing attack.
Police believe the 16year-old took a 25cm knife
from the family’s Ryde
home when he tried to see
his mother at the Church’s
$57 million headquarters at
Chatswood yesterday.
A 24-year-old Taiwanese
national was slashed to the
throat, and later died, and
another man, 30, suffered
cuts to his hand as they tried
to escort the teenager up the
drive away from the building.
“This very unfortunate
matter is in the hands of the
police,” the Church said.
“We cannot make any
further comment beyond
the fact that the victim was a
beloved member of our
Church. The Church is pro-
The Church of Scientology’s sprawling compound at Chatswood.
viding the police with any
assistance needed.”
The tragedy followed a
domestic incident involving
the teenager and his family
on Wednesday, police said.
A young Scientologist,
who asked not to be named,
said the boy’s mother was
inside the facility and he had
been stopped from entering
to see her. After his mother
told Scientology staff what
happened between them the
day before, they decided to
move him off the premises.
“He’s had a spin-out and
they have tried to move him
away to safety,” a source
said. Paramedics called to
the centre on Grenville St
about 12.30pm fought to
save the 24-year-old’s life
and he was rushed to hospital but later died.
Detective Chief Inspector
Simon Jones said police had
to draw their Tasers to get
the teenager to drop his
knife. The barefoot teen’s
hands were cuffed, covered
by two paper bags, as he was
led away by police.
“At this stage … it would
appear the altercation or the
reason the young person has
been removed from the
premises is only and solely
related to a domestic incident that occurred yesterday,” Insp Jones said.
After about 10 hours in
custody, the teen was taken
from Chatswood police station at 11.30pm to Royal
North Shore Hospital for a
mental health assessment.
The opening of the
Church of Scientology’s
sprawling Australasian headquarters two years ago was
hailed by the Church —
which is anti-drugs and antipsychiatry but believes in
aliens — as a “golden age” for
Sydney. The 13,500sqm
building, which once housed
the National Acoustic Laboratory, was bought for $37
million before being renovated. “It’s a huge building, a lot
of people come from around
Asia to study here,” the
young Church member said.
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100 years
old, still
paying off
mortgage
WORLD’S
TOP MODEL
TORTURED
BY ANXIETY
KRIS CRANE
AUSSIE model Adut Akech has
been named No. 1 model in the
world, knocking off Gigi Hadid
and Kiai Gerber for the title.
Days after being placed at
the pinnacle of her industry by
top designers and fashion
editors on models.com, the
South Australian beauty
revealed she has been
suffering from
depression and
anxiety.
“Every
single day of
my life in
2018 was a
challenge, filled with some
serious obstacles to overcome,”
Akech said. “I would wake up
every morning crying, but put
the biggest smile on my face
and tried my hardest to push
through the day
pretending I was fine.
“Then I’d come
home and cry
some more
and go to
sleep.
“I don’t know how I’m
still here today but I’m so
grateful.”
Akech, 19, was the breakout
model of 2018, featuring in
Vogue magazines around the
world. She was also only the
second black model to be
selected by Karl Lagerfeld as hiss
Chanel bride.
d
The Sudanese-born teen said
she hoped to help others by
talking about her mental health..
d
“I’ve suffered from really bad
depression and anxiety for a
while now, and I still do, but I’m
learning to handle it better
now,” she said.
“But it's a daily struggle and
not every day is a good day.”
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Adut Akech has been
named the No. 1 model
in the world. Picture:
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NEW
RESOLUTION
BANKS are handing out home
loans to customers in their 70s that
could leave the elderly borrowers
making repayments when they are
aged over 100.
Regulators have forced financial
institutions to crack down on lending, including more stringent policies around interest-only and
investor loans. This has made it
much tougher for borrowers.
But 2018 data revealed to The
Daily Telegraph shows concerning
cases of banks giving credit to people likely to be nearing retirement.
In one case, a 79-year-old borrower was given a $210,000 home
loan for 25 years — if they made the
minimum repayments, they would
not pay off the loan until they were
104. In another instance, a couple
aged 76 and 77 were given a
$250,000 30-year interest-only loan.
A third example showed a couple
aged 72 and 73 being given a $1.46
million investment principal-andinterest loan.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg this
week called on banks to reignite “affordable and timely” lending practices after figures showed house
prices endured their worst year since
the global financial crisis. In 2018,
prices fell by 8.9 per cent in Sydney.
Aussie Home Loans chief executive officer James Symond said it
could be problematic when older
people were given home loans, but
sometimes they borrowed the
money to help children or grandchildren to get a foot on the property
ladder. “Every customer’s circumstances are different and need to be
taken into account,” he said.
“In a wide range of circumstances older Australians are taking
on the loan themselves or acting as
guarantors for loans, backed by
their assets built up over decades.”
Last year the financial services
royal commission put the spotlight
on banks for their loose lending
standards.
Clint Howen, founder of mortgage broking site Hero Broker, said
it was “a lot riskier” to give older
Australians a mortgage.
“I get a few older Australians trying to take out home loans, and
many get upset and feel discriminated against for not being able to show
they can service the loan,” he said.
“It’s a really tricky situation.”
He also said he often saw couples
in their mid to late 60s trying to take
out a “big loan at the end of their career”. Banking sources confirmed
some older Australians could get
loans, but only if they could show
they had “an exit strategy”.
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SAOIRSE: MUM SAVED METOO
SAOIRSE Ronan says she doesn’t have a MeToo
story and credits her mother Monica with protecting
her from the seedy side of the film industry.
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hadn’t been around,” The Lady Bird star, 24 (right),
who had her first on-screen role at just nine, told
Harper’s Bazaar. “Because of her I was never a victim
and I’m very, very thankful.”
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A rose by
any other
flavours
Sam and Phoebe split after five years
Fairytale
turns to
sad story
KAREN COLLIER
LOVERS of chocolate are in a
meltdown
after
Cadbury
changed its Roses collections,
with some discovering the differences only at Christmas.
The brand was “refreshed”
in August, with strawberry
creme and classic fudge
dumped, peppermint creme
becoming peppermint creme
crunch, and new chocolates
white raspberry and vanilla
nougat added.
Cadbury
has copped a
backlash
of
complaints as
thousands
supported a
“Fix Cadbury
Roses” online
Evie Filippis. petition calling for a backflip.
Some
customers
complained the changes had
ruined a Christmas tradition.
But Evie Filippis, 17, gave
the new tastes a thumbs-up,
saying: “They have to keep up
with the changing market.”
Parent company Mondelez
Australia said it had “updated
our classics and added some
new flavours … Cadbury Roses
have always evolved in response to the changing taste
preferences of our consumers.”
BRIANA DOMJEN, JONATHON
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Exorcisms
rule change
CHURCH of England priests
in Britain are being told to call
in social workers or the police
before performing an exorcism
on a child believed to be possessed by evil spirits.
Current rules date from
1975, when “deliverance ministry” procedures were updated
in response to the popularity of
Hollywood horror film The
Exorcist.
Since then bishops have had
to give special permission for
the rite.
The new guidance, issued
yesterday said: “Deliverance is
an area of ministry where particular caution needs to be exercised,
especially
when
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disturbed state.”
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Phoebe have split less than a month
after the birth of their second child, a
boy named Billy.
The couple, also parents to 23month-old daughter Poppy, have
told family and close friends the
marriage is over. Rumours of a split
were sparked by a social media post
from Sam’s sister-in-law Joanna
Burgess, partner of his brother and
fellow Rabbitohs star George.
It showed Sam with his family at
the Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel on
Christmas Day — without Phoebe.
It is believed the marriage came
to an end earlier last month.
“Things have been bad for a
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truth. It is pretty messy.”
Phoebe worked as a magazine
journalist before becoming a blogger
and influencer when she got together with the footballer, who hails from
the UK.
The past four months have been
turbulent for 30-year-old Burgess,
with the star forward caught up in a
sexting scandal just days before
Souths’ semi-final clash with the
Dragons. An investigation by the
club later cleared their players of
actionable misconduct.
Burgess and Phoebe met about five
years ago at an Avicii concert in Sydney, going public in September 2014.
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“The moment he had a daughter,
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Fitness studio boss fake invoice claims
EXCLUSIVE
MATTHEW BENNS
THE boss of an up-market fitness
studio at the centre of a police fraud
investigation sent a potential investor
a guide to “finding money” by
creating fake invoices.
Scott Capelin, 42, has outraged
members of the Embody fitness and
wellness studio in Neutral Bay by telling them another company is reopening in the same premises and with the
same name just three weeks after it
closed, leaving investors hundreds of
thousands of dollars in debt.
Investor Tim Cox, who has lost
$500,000 he put into the business,
said “alarm bells started to ring” when
he saw the email Capelin had written
in March last year.
In the email Capelin told the
potential investor “fortune favours
the brave”.
He explained how he secured a
$50,000 loan for computers based
on an invoice given him by a friend
who runs an IT company.
“My IT friend transferred the
money to me. There never were any
computers,” he wrote. “And then I
claimed depreciation on them! I’ve
done that a few times.
“I’ve done the same with my
brother-in-law who is an electrician
and supplied audiovisual hardware
(sound system and televisions).
“He actually wrote an invoice for
$215,000, which was hugely inflated.”
Capelin said he passed that money
on to fit out another gym.
“I am not encouraging you to do
anything illegal, I am just being open
about my experiences,” he wrote.
“The issues are always time,
money and resources. They can all
be overcome.”
Mr Cox said that he found a bill
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ENJOYING HIS LAST LAUGHS
COMEDIAN Sir Billy Connolly has admitted he is “near the
end” and his life is “slipping
away” as he battles Parkinson’s
disease.
But the 75-year-old told
BBC documentary series Made
In Scotland he is not scared of
death: “It doesn’t frighten me,
it’s an adventure and it is quite
interesting to see myself
slipping away … I don’t have
the balance I used to have, I
don’t have the energy I used to
have. I can’t hear the way I
used to hear, I can’t see as good
as I used to. I can’t remember
the way I used to remember.”
About Parkinson’s, he said:
“It takes a certain calm to deal
with and I sometimes don’t
have it. I sometimes get angry
with it but that doesn’t last long.
I just collapse in laughter.”
in the company accounts from an
electrician for more than $200,000.
“We were in the studio every day and
never saw an electrician,” he said.
“That’s enough money to wire a
tower block.”
NSW Police have confirmed detectives are investigating allegations
of fraud in the businesses behind the
luxury studio.
Liquidator Guy Baxendale said he
will refer the business to the Australian Securities and Investments
Commission’s new phoenixing department to investigate.
Meanwhile members have posted
complaints on the Embody — Replenish Your Life web page. One
wrote she had sent five emails after
the unauthorised withdrawal of $612
from her bank account.
The members have formed a
protest group called Dis-Embody
and vowed to picket the front of
the studio when it reopens at 6.30am
on Monday.
“I was a member there from day
one,” Mr Cox’s partner Louise Bourke
said. “I will be standing out the
front handing out copies of The Daily
Telegraph story to anyone thinking
of going inside.”
Founding member Elizabeth
Adams said: “I could never set foot
inside there again after what has
happened. It is most devastating for
the young trainers who invested in
the business and have now lost their
money and their jobs.”
Trainer Tim Heasman told The
Daily Telegraph he had invested the
$150,000 inheritance he received
from his father’s death into the
business. He was sacked by Mr
Capelin, along with all the other
trainers, three weeks ago.
Mr Capelin did not respond to requests for comment.
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after a truck carrying 28 tonnes of
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passenger in the cab for more than
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The incident occurred on Richmond Rd in Dean Park under the
M7 overpass. The 38-year-old
male driver managed to climb out
of the vehicle but his 42-year-old
passenger was left trapped.
Paramedics were called to the
scene within minutes of the accident at 4.05pm and worked to free
the passenger.
“The male passenger was
trapped by his lower legs,” NSW
Ambulance Chief Inspector Brian
Parsell said. “It was a challenge for
emergency services because he was
trapped so tightly for 80 minutes.”
The passenger was taken to
Westmead Hospital for chest and
left lower leg injuries and is in a stable condition, while the driver was
taken to Blacktown Hospital for
head injuries and is in a stable condition. Paramedics said both men
were lucky to be alive and that
their injuries weren’t more serious.
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Facing up to the facts
Comparing illegal migrants on Manus Island to Nazi death camps exposes left
activists’ disturbing willingness to rewrite history for their own political ends
I
GEMMA
TOGNINI
Facts are under siege.
The woke brigade are
extending their disdain
for science to history
and these views are
feeding into policy
t’s not Auschwitz, not matter
how much you say it is.
In the small village in Italy’s
north where my
family
comes
from, there’s a barn
wall covered in bullet
holes, just across
the
cobbled
street from the
main bar. The
only bar actually, in this bustling
metropolis of 350 people, perched on the
side of a mountain in
the Valtellina region.
The bullet holes
cover faded, barely legible Fascist graffiti, written some time during
Mussolini’s reign. It says,
“ … only God can crush
the Fascist will; mankind
and
circumstances,
never.” It’s a typically
modest Fascist assertion,
no doubt written to remind
the villagers what was what.
The bullets came after the
end of WWII, when in a solid
dose of pragmatism, local partigiani (resistance fighters) showed their
feelings by machine-gunning the
graffiti. Their decision to shoot it up
rather than knock it down has left an
important and instructive historical
testament.
Back in the village last year, I
traced my fingers again along that
cold stone, feeling the bullet holes,
reading the faded script and remembering the stories that bear testimony
to the facts of history.
Facts that are fast becoming a casualty of a different kind of war, being
waged in the trenches of modern
identity-driven politics. This past
week, a skirmish took place that revealed a special kind of ignorance.
The simplest precis is this: a prominent priest and social justice advocate
said that the faces of illegal immigrants in detention on Manus Island
reminded him of the faces of those
condemned to be executed in the
Nazi death camp of Auschwitz. I’m
not going to name him. This isn’t
about slinging mud at a good man for
a shockingly mistaken view. Nobody
n e e d s
more of that.
What we do need
more of is the intellectual bravery to
defend the truth. More facts, less feelpinions and very definitely more
truth in our political discourse. I guess
that’s the reason I shared with you the
story about that wall in my family village. It’s proof that there’s no room
for opinion when facts are known. In
that case, the testament to those facts
scream from bullet holes in an old
stone wall, and from truth recounted
through generations.
Those bullet holes don’t care about
feelings. They testify to fact. It doesn’t
matter how much anyone says Manus
Island is like Auschwitz or any other
death camp. It isn’t, and no amount of
opinions formed on ignorance of the
past and a convenient disdain for
present-day truth will change that.
W h y
should we care?
Just another stupid social
media storm. I hear you, but I reckon
we must care, and here’s why.
In case you’ve not been paying attention, facts are under siege. A little
like concrete cancer, it started quietly
and in isolated pockets and it was
kind of easy to dismiss as fringedwelling eccentricity. Not anymore.
With perplexing alacrity, the woke
brigade are extending their disdain
for science to history and it matters
because these views, these conversations, at political level are feeding into
how policy is formed. While there are
arguably few less exciting words on
the planet, policy development matters because ultimately it governs
how we live, how our tax dollars are
spent, and how much government
gets to impede on our individual choi-
ces in day to day life. Each of us
should care that it is not formed by
those who are strong on emotion and
offence but not much else.
Sound policy should always be empathetic, not emotional. It should be
birthed by reasoned debate, because
the ability to reason is the bedrock of
the sound, dispassionate decisionmaking that carries us all forward.
What I’m talking about isn’t just
in Australia, and it isn’t just about
fools comparing strong border
control with a Nazi death
camp, the horrors of which
are well documented. It isn’t
just about a school in the
UK telling eight-year-olds
that boys can get their period because “menstruation
needs to be inclusive”.
It is about the fact that
sound policy development
is everyone’s business.
More broadly, it’s about the
tendency of the political left
to sacrifice facts for emotion
with perplexing alacrity, and
the absence of anyone in leadership to stand up and say,
enough. By all means, be against
offshore processing, but don’t go the
full moron and say that policy is the
seed that will result in the systematic
eradication of six million people.
What price votes, eh?
Just as the law should be based on
reason free from passion, conversations about the big issues must be also
be reasoned but, moreover, free from
dishonest revisionism masquerading
as some kind of social enlightenment.
When, in a recent column, I pointed out that boys (biologically) can’t
get a period and that shouldn’t be offensive because it’s just a statement of
scientific fact, I was told to “get with
the times”. No problem. Just as soon
as the fundamental biology of the
human race changes, I’m on board.
So enough with the dispensing
with facts, and science, and history
and truth. We need to challenge this
corrupt thinking because even the
most outrageous lie unchallenged will
eventually be repeated as truth.
They say nothing disinfects like
sunlight. What we need right now is a
heatwave.
Gemma Tognini is managing director of gtmedia.
Coming back to the golden half-hour of television
Every night, it’s the same dilemma.
We’ve never had more TV on offer,
and the choice can be overwhelming.
So when the question “what do you
want to watch?” arises, my answer is
always the same. Something short.
It’s no coincidence all my favourite
shows last less than 30 minutes. Anything more than half an hour is asking
too much of a tired parent prone to
bouts of “uncontrollable falling
asleep”. The precious window for
watching (once kids are in bed) quickly dwindles.
There’s a wealth of good dramas
clocking in at around an hour. But
until recently the TV world was wedded to the notion that “proper drama”
must be at least that long. But a new
wave of dramas is rewriting the rules.
Mr Inbetween is an Aussie drama
about an ethically ambiguous hitman,
directed by Nash Edgerton. The
Hollywood Reporter called it one of
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renewed for a second series.
Creator, writer and star Scott Ryan
said there was never any question of
making it in the traditional format.
“People say drama should be an
hour long, that’s the way they are
made. With TV there are all these formulas that you’ve got to adhere to,”
he said.
“This show breaks rules. The
length of the episodes. Also the fact
that I’m not a professional actor. It’s a
big thing for (production company)
FX to take a guy who has never acted
professionally before. It is a little insane, actually — what’s wrong with
these people? They take chances.”
So if you’re strapped for time but
demand quality TV, here’s a selection
of you-beaut half-hour series.
Because sometimes less is more.
porting his rapper cousin, Paperboi,
Earn (Glover) is trying to make ends
meet. A drama with comedic elements.
MR INBETWEEN
Foxtel On Demand. Another hitman
series, but Barry (Bill Hader) decides
to leave his life of crime to make it as
an actor in LA. You’ll laugh and cry.
Foxtel On Demand and on the Box
Sets channel. Brilliant, low-key Aussie underworld vibes. Ray Shoesmith
(Ryan) juggles many roles — dad, ex,
boyfriend — with his secret life as a
hitman.
HOMECOMING
Amazon Prime. This little beauty
lured Julia Roberts out of her semiretirement. A military/corporate
thriller that will have you on the edge
of your seat.
ATLANTA
iTunes. Donald Glover’s masterpiece
rewrites the rules of storytelling. Sup-
BARRY
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Stan. A delicate and empathetic portrayal of a self-absorbed family whose
father (Jeffrey Tambor) reveals he has
been living a lie and is transgender.
MANIAC
Netflix. Technically an hour long
drama,
mind-bending
Maniac
(Emma Stone, Jonah Hill) occasionally mixes things up by throwing in a
26-minute episode. All bets are off
here.
NAILED IT
Netflix. Amateur bakers attempt to
make extravagant creations, always
destined to fail. Good humoured and
fun for the whole family, hosted by
the fab Nicole Byers.
PLEASE LIKE ME
Netflix. Josh Thomas’s creation made
a splash worldwide. Yes, it’s a family
comedy, but tackles darker topics
such as depression, suicide and the
fact that life is sometimes sh**ty.
Never dull.
DEREK
Netflix. Derek is all heart. Set in a
nursing home, it veers between hilarious and devastating. Less comedic
than Ricky Gervais’ other series The
Office and Extras, which are also killer half-hour series.
Anna Brain is a freelance writer.
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THESE are testing times and
Bollywood superstar Anushka
Sharma was a long way from
being bowled over as she endured the sight of her Indian
captain husband Virat Kohli
being caught behind by his
Australian counterpart.
Sharma was glued to the
Test action at the Sydney
Cricket Ground yesterday as
the world’s best batsman accumulated a nail-bitingly slow 23
runs before being dispatched.
Stunning in a floaty, dusty
pink dress with her hair pulled
back into a sleek ponytail, it’s
understood the 30-year-old
— who has more than 22 million Instagram followers —
was secretly escorted into the
grounds via a back entrance
to avoid being mobbed.
Flanked by two empty
seats, she appeared to take
several deep breaths, even
closing her eyes as if she were
meditating at one point.
Further around the field
were the Australian WAGs,
who sat together on the balcony of their designated suite.
Batsman Usman Khawaja’s wife Rachel was spied cuddling with Tim and Bonnie
Paine’s three-month-old son
Charlie, sparking rumours as
to whether a baby might be on
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were married in a lavish ceremony in Brisbane last April.
fluoro yellow bucket hats and Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin.
Meanwhile, Pat Cummins’ “Bay 13 Bogan” tank tops an“It started with just a few of
girlfriend Becky Boston was nouncing their appearance us and each year more and
spotted watching closely as amid the 35,000-strong crowd more have joined in the fun,”
her beau was bowling.
with a series of war cries.
leader of the pack Tom Herd
But day one of the fourth
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Test belonged to the fans, 39 men from The Hills area Aussie iconic and national
with a group of Penrith lads in coming dressed as the late treasure, so whyy not.
not.”
A posse of Steve Irwins toast the game (above), while Bharat Army captain Devevesan ‘Deva’ Arokiyadoss beats the drum.
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weren’t to be outdone, with
conch-blowing
superman
Sudir Kumar Gautan leading
the way in his country’s colours and still wearing his loyalty to the master batsman
Sachin Tendulkar. Mean-
while, Bharat Army team
captain Devevesan “Deva”
Arokiyadoss beat the war
drum, adding an urgent
rhythm to the group’s chants.
“Sometimes you have issues getting the drum kit
through security but Cricket
Australia help us with that,”
Mr Arokiyadoss said.
“I play the drums to help
give the Indian team support
and more energy.”
Armed with business cards,
Mr Arokiyadoss said he and
the Bharat Army travelled to
every game India played in
Australia.
“We feel like we are part of
the team and they know us
very well,” he said.
While the biggest day for
famous faces and celebrities is
usually day three, when an invite-only luncheon is held for
Jane McGrath Day, there
were some familiar faces in
the stands. Former Prime
Minister John Howard and
his wife Janette were there, as
was Home Affairs Minister
Peter Dutton and GovernorGeneral Sir Peter Cosgrove.
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found to restore the memories
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can halt the first step in the disease, which may cause people
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After trawling through
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charged with
the attempted
murder of
92-year-old
Marjorie
Welsh.
NICK HANSEN
A CLEANER who allegedly
stabbed and badly bashed a 92year-old as the old lady
clutched at her body-worn
panic button had been working
for the pensioner for more
than a year.
Hanny Papanicolaou —
known well by the victim’s
family — is alleged to have left
Marjorie Welsh, who is now in
an induced coma, bleeding
profusely from her head and
abdomen on the floor of her
home in Ashbury, in Sydney’s
inner west.
Police said Ms Welsh’s
emergency device may well
have saved her life.
Police allege Papanicolaou,
35 — who has been charged
A QUARTER of the six million
victims of the Holocaust were
murdered in just three months,
according to research.
At its height, at least 15,000
a day were being killed in three
Polish death camps, it found.
The true scale of the program, a key part of the Nazi
plan to rid Europe of Jews, was
far worse than previously
thought, Tel Aviv University
researchers said.
They identified a “phase of
hyperintense killing” in August, September and October
1942, when more than 1.47 million Jews died in gas chambers.
with attempted murder and
wounding with intent to cause
grievous bodily harm — set
upon Ms Welsh in the home
about 10.45am on Wednesday.
Ms Welsh’s neighbour,
Adrian, said he saw a woman
scamper across their adjoining
fence, jump into a neighbouring park and flee the scene at
the time of the attack.
Papanicolaou is understood
to have broken her ankle as
she tried to flee the scene and
was photographed covering
her head with a blanket as she
was wheeled out of hospital
yesterday.
“I heard a thud, someone
was climbing along the side
fence. It looked like a little girl
at first,” Adrian, 38, told The
Daily Telegraph.
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“I heard: ‘Help, help, help’
… I tried to go in one door and
it was locked so I went in the
side door.
“I saw her (Ms Welsh)
lying face down with blood all
over the back of her head.”
Adrian ran to get his phone
but Ms Welsh had already
pushed her home emergency
device and police and paramedics were en route. She was
rushed to Royal Prince Alfred
Hospital, where she was
placed in an induced coma.
Police confirmed Ms
Welsh was conscious at the
time of the attack and had
given officers a statement.
A motive for the alleged
attack has not yet emerged
and sources told The Telegraph that Papanicolaou had
cleaned for other relatives of
Ms Welsh so was well-known
and trusted by the family.
The 92-year-old is expected to undergo more surgery
for her injuries.
Police who arrived on the
scene immediately broadcast
the details of Papanicolaou’s
vehicle across Sydney and
she was arrested less than two
hours after the attack.
Papanicolaou was stopped
while driving a car in Illawong, 30 minutes south of
the crime scene and 40 minutes from her own suburb of
Rosebery. She appeared
briefly via videolink at Parramatta Bail Court, where her
charges were adjourned to
Wednesday, when she is expected to apply for bail.
CPR saves
pool girl, 1
A FATHER and uncle’s heroic
efforts have helped save the
life of a one-year-old girl who
was found unconscious in a
family pool in southern Sydney yesterday.
The girl was found in the
pool just before 4pm and her
dad and uncle carried out CPR
until ambulances arrived. “The
uncle and father performed
CPR successfully on the girl for
two minutes before paramedics arrived,” a NSW Ambulance spokesman said.
She in a stable condition in
St George Hospital last night.
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Pudgy pets
risk health
Things are
REALLY
heating up
AS you follow your resolution
to shed a few kilos, give some
thought to putting the family’s
four-legged friend on a diet too.
Overweight pet dogs die
around two years earlier than
their slimmer counterparts, a
new study has found. British researchers tracked more than
50,000 dogs from 12 breeds
over two decades to see how
their weight affected their
health and found it affected life
expectancy for every breed.
University of Liverpool researcher Professor Alex German said owners were often
unaware of their pet’s weight or
the danger it put them in.
Fresh fruit
spike scare
SYDNEY FORECAST
TODAY
TOMORROW
SUNDAY
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NO, you are not imagining it
— summers are actually getting hotter.
As Sydney continued to
swelter in a holiday heatwave and braced for more
storms tomorrow, meteorologists said average temperatures were steadily rising.
However, extreme heat
events are not new. Australia’s hottest temperature of
50.7C was recorded in Oodnadatta, South Australia, in
January 1960.
Sydney’s hottest was
47.8C, recorded at the nowclosed Richmond weather
station in 1939.
Tristan
Edwards, 19,
cools down at
Jamberoo
Action Park.
25C
WEST
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ST
28C
Penrith came close last
January with a top of 47.3C,
while the CBD’s hottest day
of 45.8C was recorded on
January 18, 2013.
The Bureau of Meteorology’s Jordan Notara said
that over the past decade,
temperatures across NSW
had been above average in
all but one year.
That trend had broadly
continued since the 1990s,
explaining why the average
person felt summers were
getting increasingly hotter.
“We are seeing increasingly warmer temperatures
year to year over inland Australia so the trend is still that,
over multiple years, we are
seeing maximum temperatures broken and a statistical
trend to average warming
increases,” meteorologist Mr
Notara said. “So if that pattern continues we are likely
to see more heatwaves affecting the state.”
He said it was difficult to
map whether storm intensity had increased over the
same period but noted Sydney had already experienced
several extreme events this
summer, including the hailstorm that caused millions of
dollars of damage in December. “That hail event was one
of the biggest in the last 20
years so it is not insignificant
at all,” Mr Notara said.
Sydney can expect this
summer’s heat to continue,
with El Nino conditions
forecast to bring higherthan-average temperatures.
“Coastal areas always
have the sea breeze but
across the state on average
we are expecting higher
maximum temperatures,” Mr
Notara said. “The El Nino effect tends to create drier and
warmer conditions.”
The mercury is expected
to hit 38C in Penrith today
but a late southerly change
could cause temperatures to
plummet in Sydney’s coastal
suburbs ahead of expected
storms. Mr Notara said the
Sydney CBD would be
“significantly” cooler than
the western suburbs.
“Depending on the timing of this southerly change,
those warm temperatures
could drop very fast and be
replaced by a potentially
very stormy Saturday,” he
said. “By Sunday the wet
weather will stick around
but the hot spell will have
ended. Then it will be cooler
for a few days before temperatures return to average.”
Carpenter Tristan Edwards, 19, showing off his
acrobatic skills at Jamberoo
Action Park yesterday, said
of his plan to beat the heat:
“I’m just going to go to
Jamberoo every day.”
TWO small needles found in a
bag of seedless grapes on Tuesday night have sparked a fresh
food contamination scare.
Police are investigating the
report, made by a Melbourne
couple who said they found the
needles in the grapes bought
from a Woolworths store in
the city’s north.
Woolworths said it was
working with authorities to investigate the matter.
Skender Hasa and his partner Shams Alsubaiy told 9
News Melbourne they found
the needles after Ms Alsubaiy
pricked her finger when she
reached into the bag.
Soccer stars
in rescue bid
TWO Socceroos tried in vain
to revive a former Brisbane
Roar managing director who
suffered a suspected medical
episode while jetskiing.
Mark Kingsman, 54, could
not be revived after falling
from his jet ski off South Stradbroke Island on Wednesday.
Brisbane Roar Football
Club sent sincere condolences
and prayers to his family and
friends. Former Socceroos
Craig Moore and Danny
Tiatto were among the close
friends with Mr Kingsman
when he fell into the water and
helped pull him to shore and
perform CPR.
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First class
thrill for
travellers
HO CHI MINH CITY: Lucky jetsetters have snapped up the
deal of a lifetime with first and
business class Cathay Pacific
return tickets from Vietnam to
New York selling for a fraction
of the normal cost thanks to a
ticketing error during a New
Year’s Eve sale.
The flights would usually
set business and first-class passengers back about $22,000
but the sale saw the tickets
start as low as $AU966
($US675). And the airline confirmed on Wednesday it would
honour the fare for those who
bought the tickets, even
though the offer was a mistake.
“Happy 2019 all, and to those
who bought our good —
VERY good surprise ‘special’
on New Year’s Day,” the airline tweeted. “Yes — we made
a mistake but we look forward
to welcoming you on board
with your ticket issued.”
Several thousand discounted tickets are believed to have
been sold which could cost the
Hong Kong-based airline millions in lost earnings. It has
been blamed on human error.
MOTORING ON
Family reassures fans
on Schumacher’s 50th
GENEVA: Rumours have swirled
around Michael Schumacher’s
health since a 2013 skiing accident,
and now his family has issued a rare
public statement to reassure fans as
the Formula One legend celebrates
his 50th birthday.
The
seven-time
champion, who retired from racing in
2012, marked the
milestone yesterday but has not
been seen in
public since he
suffered
severe injuries
in the accident in the
French Alps
five
years
ago.
T h e
German is
b e i n g
cared for
at home
in Switzerland.
“ Y o u
can be sure
that he is in
the very best
of hands and
that we are
doing everything humanly
possible
to
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DOHA: A new 100 per cent “sin
tax” introduced in Qatar on
January 1 has seen alcohol prices skyrocket in the conservative Muslim gulf state.
With the new levy, a litre
bottle of Mumbai Sapphire gin
will now cost 340 Qatari riyals
($A135,) and a 750ml bottle of
South African shiraz is now 86
riyals (A$34) while a carton of
Heineken 330ml beer will now
cost 384 riyals ($A152). It
comes after the conservative
Muslim Gulf state announced
in its annual budget statement
it would introduce a levy on
“health-damaging goods”.
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They said an official Michael
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today to enable fans to review all his
career successes. The Keep Fighting
Foundation has also created a virtual museum.
“The app is another milestone in
our effort to do justice to him and
you, his fans, by celebrating his accomplishments,” the family said.
“Michael can be proud of what he
has achieved, and so are we … we
want to remember and celebrate his
victories, his records and his
jubilation.”
Schumacher won his first two titles with Benetton in 1994 and 1995
before five in a row with Ferrari between 2000 and 2004. He remains
the sport’s most successful driver,
with a record 91 Grand Prix wins.
He retired in 2006 but made a
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On December 29, Schumacher
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Temple clash turns violent
Conservative outrage sparks conflict as women enter sacred Hindu site for first time
NEW DELHI: Protests and violence have erupted in southern
India after two women defied
conservatives to enter one of
Hinduism’s holiest temples for
the first time.
Police fired tear gas, stun
grenades and water cannon as
protests and clashes between
rival groups erupted across the
southern state of Kerala, with
several officers injured.
The Supreme Court in September overturned a decades-
old ban on women aged
between 10 and 50 setting foot
inside the gold-plated Sabarimala temple.
Earlier this week tens of
thousands of women in the
state joined together to form a
620km-long human chain “in
support of gender equality”.
In recent weeks Hindu traditionalists — backed by Prime
Minister Narendra Modi’s
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
— have prevented attempts by
women to access the hilltop
site, with some hardliners
turning violent.
But in a surprise pre-dawn
operation on Wednesday (local
time), heralded by activists but
enraging conservative devotees, police enabled two
women to enter the temple and
then leave again undetected.
Video images showed the
42-year-old women, Kanaka
Durga and Bindu, who has
only one name, wearing black
tunics with their heads bowed
as they rushed in.
“We did not enter the
shrine by climbing the 18 holy
steps but went through the
staff gate,” one of the women
later said.
As soon as news of the
breach spread, the temple head
priest ordered the shrine
closed for a purification ritual
before reopening after around
an hour. Later clashes were reported between scores of
chanting people in front of the
state parliament in Kerala’s
state capital Thiruvananthapuram. Some reportedly set
fire to tyres.
Five female protesters who
tried to barge into the state
parliament were arrested.
Journalists were also assaulted
in Thiruvananthapuram and
in the city of Kollam and clashes were reported elsewhere.
Police with batons charged
at demonstrators who were
trying to enforce a shutdown of
shops and businesses in the
area, called for by the Sabarimala temple hierarchy. Bus
services were suspended after
protesters blocked their path
and pelted vehicles with stones.
Mr Modi’s government did
not immediately react to news
of the women entering the
temple, but others celebrated.
“This is a good beginning for
women in the new year,” activist Trupti Desai said.
Mina Guli overlooks
the dry Leeu-Gamka
Dam near Beaufort
West, South Africa,
and (below) delivers
water to locals
before cooling off.
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AUSSIE ACTIVIST RUNNING ON EMPTY
JOHANNESBURG: Crazy, overwhelming,
exhausting. Mina Guli, an Australian
water activist, talks bluntly about her
battle to complete 100 marathons in
100 days around the world.
Now in South Africa, the Melburnian
is more than halfway through the
punishing project to highlight the world’s
water problems, but is now injured and
will walk the rest of the marathons. That
means about nine hours for each one.
“I’m struggling,” Guli, 48, said.
She is the founder of Thirst, a non-profit
focused on teaching youth in China about
sustainable consumption of water. She
started her odyssey in New York in
November and has slogged through mud,
sand and cities across Europe, Asia and the
Middle East.
“I probably should have thought that
through a little more,” Guli said cheerfully.
Still on the itinerary are Australia and
Latin America before the finish in New
York on February 11.
No opening in shutdown debate
CHINA MAKES DARK MARK
BEIJING: A Chinese spacecraft
has made the first-ever landing
on the far side of the moon.
The lunar explorer Chang-e
4 — which is carrying a rover
— touched down yesterday
morning. The far side of the
moon faces away from Earth
and is relatively unexplored. It
is also known as the dark side
of the moon.
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ambitions as a space power. In
2013, Chang-e 3 was the first
spacecraft to land on the moon
since the Soviet Union’s Luna
24 in 1976.
China plans to send its
Chang-e 5 probe to the moon
next year and have it return to
Earth with samples — the first
time that will have been done
since 1976.
Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON: There’s still no end
in sight to the partial shutdown of
the US government after President Donald Trump and his
Democratic foes failed to hammer
out a deal.
The sticking point is Mr
Trump’s demand for billions of dollars to build the border wall with
Mexico he has long promised. One
day before Democrats take over
the House of Representatives, Mr
Trump showed no signs of backing
away from his insistence that Congress cough up $US5.6 billion for
his “beautiful” southern wall.
He said he was prepared to
hold out “as long as it takes” to secure the money he is seeking.
“This is national security we’re
talking about,” Mr Trump said at a
Cabinet meeting ahead of the
meeting with senior Democrats
and top Republicans. “It’s too important a subject to walk away
from. I think the people of this
country think I am right.” He
added it “could be a long time” before the government reopens.
The wall standoff has resulted
in hundreds of thousands of federal employees being off work
without pay.
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S
LOOKING BACK: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
M
UCH-LOVED Aussie actor Toni Pearen remembers a
time she would have
to wear a disguise to
avoid being recognised on a night out.
Jumping back 30
years, Pearen was just 17 when she
landed a role on hot new Aussie TV
drama E Street.
“Seriously, my life was beyond
my wildest dreams,” explained Pearen, who was in her final year of
school at De La Salle College in Cronulla when she landed the job of a
lifetime.
“I am so grateful for the life that
I’ve had. I look back and I’ve had
amazing experiences. I feel like I’ve
lived my life 10 times over.
“I remember getting the job and
knowing that it was the only thing
that I wanted to do with my life.”
Playing Toni Windsor, Pearen
found fame almost instantly.
“I remember clearly (co-star)
Marianne Howard and I would go
down to Melbourne. The show was
so well known, we really couldn’t go
anywhere so we put on these identd
ical black catsuits and wigs and
o
would go out trying to go incognito
to disguise ourselves.”
Pearen, 46, was inspired to pulll
n
out an old box of photographs when
E Street co-star Penny Cook died off
cancer on December 27 at 61.
“I was so grateful to have worked
with Penny and Tony Martin, Cecily
Polson and Vic Rooney,” she said.
“We had such a great cast and I
will always remember how they
treated us. The respect and lessons
they taught us, I have always carried
that with me.
“I wish I could tell Penny that
right now, the impact she had on me
as an actor and as a performer.”
Pearen remained on E Street
until 1992 and joined Home And
Away in 1994 when she also released
an album, Intimate. As a pop star,
she enjoyed success with hits In
Your Room, I Want You and Walkaway Lover.
Pearen hosted Australia’s Funniest Home Videos from 2006.
“I have seen many a famous person behaving badly and luckily for
them, no one had iPhones,” she said,
referring to the rise of social media.
“I was always a pretty good girl,
but from what I saw, if we had social
media in those days, we probably
would have got ourselves in a whole
lot of hot water.”
Over recent years, after becoming
a mum to two children, she and fellow E Street actor Raelee Hill have
opened acting school The Talent Co
on Sydney’s northern beaches.
She is also a regular on morning
TV show, Studio 10.
“It has been really great — we’ve
got our first student his first agent,”
she said.
“We nurture them from the
ground up and it is really fun.”
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Avenue. We opened a store in
Saint Tropez (on the French
Riviera), which was unreal.”
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Aussie label over recent times
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match her multi-platinum music career.
The We Got Love pop superstar has
been getting plenty of love for the
sizzling style makeover she revealed
over the holidays.
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doing a double-take
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natural brunette strands under what
appears to be a hairnet, suggests she is
trialling a blonde wig before undertaking
such a dramatic makeover.
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THE Gold Coast is the place to
be this week as The Star Gold
Coast Magic Millions Carnival
kicks off with a polo event on
Sunday.
Erin Holland and Kris
Smith will be front and centre
as The Star’s ambassadors for
the annual equine extravaganza, coming on board as the
casino group takes over as
naming rights sponsor.
The week of celebrations
will culminate in the main race
day at the Gold Coast Turf
Club next Saturday.
Backed by Katie Page and
Gerry Harvey, many Sydneysiders make the pilgrimage to
Queensland to take in the
festivities.
International guests to
attend will include British
royal Zara Tindall and rugby
player husband Mike, as well
as Argentinian polo star
Nacho Figueras and wife
Delfina Blaquier.
Jenner defies ‘ridiculous’ fan ban call to support Ben
COURT LOVE
KENDALL Jenner is
defiantly supporting her
Aussie man Ben Simmons
even if his fans are not keen
on the model.
Weeks after Philadelphia
76ers diehards launched a
campaign to ban Jenner
from home games in case
she cursed the team, the
young Kardashian sister sat
court side as he played.
Team co-owner Michael
Rubin called the petition
“ridiculous” in an interview
with Business Insider earlier
this month.
“I think Kendall’s
awesome,” he said. “I’ve
spent a bunch of time with
her. I was with Kendall a few
days ago and she insisted on
going home and getting a
good night’s sleep when
Girlboss star brings new boy to Oz
HOLLYWOOD’S Britt
Robertson and her new
beau are enjoying the start
of 2019 in Australia.
The Girlboss star, 28, and
actor boyfriend Graham
Rogers, rang in the new
year with a view of Sydney
and the Harbour Bridge after
spending Christmas together
in the Philippines.
The pair only confirmed
their relationship a month
ago following Robertson’s
split from long-term partner
Dylan O’Brien, who she
met shooting American romcom The First Time.
News of their separation
shocked fans and made
headlines around the world
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after they dated for six years.
Robertson shot to fame
when she starred opposite
heart-throb Scott
Eastwood in blockbuster
The Longest Ride, followed
by Disney’s sci-fi flick
Tomorrowland, where she
featured alongside George
Clooney and Hugh Laurie.
Meanwhile, her new man
Rogers is best known for his
main role as Smitty in the
Ray Donovan series.
The couple looked all
loved up according to
Instagram, with both posting
shots of the pair cuddling
and kissing while enjoying
their holiday on this side of
the world.
Ben wanted to stay out for a
late dinner. Kendall’s been a
great influence on him, and
we’ve won every game she’s
been at but one so far.”
Simmons and Jenner
have done their best to
keep their relationship lowkey. When home in Australia
recently, the Rookie of the
Year said he wanted the
romance to be “a private
part” of his life. The pair
were first linked in May
when they were spotted
together in both New York
and Los Angeles.
They have moved quickly
with Jenner meeting her 22year-old partner’s mum,
Julie, and the basketballer
becoming a fixture at the
Jenner-Kardashian clan’s
lavish family events.
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RYAN McNaught is the
envy of all his mates with a
job that most of them could
only dream of.
Answering to the
nickname “The Brickman”,
McNaught is the only LEGO
Certified Professional in the
southern hemisphere, and
one of only 14 in the world.
“It is pretty much most
kids’ dream job, playing
LEGO all day every day,” he
smiled. “Someone has got to
do it, it might as well be me.”
McNaught works with
a staff of seven full-time
building the toys, including
curating the upcoming
Brickman Cities LEGO
exhibit that opens at Moore
Park Entertainment Quarter
today.
“They took about a year
to build,” he said. “There is a
lot of technology in this
exhibition so that took a lot
of planning.
McNaught, 45, quit his
executive job to embark on
the new career with the kids’
toys nearly a decade ago.
“What it does, which is
quite unique, is you’ve
actually got something to
show at the end of it. It is a
very tactile physical thing.”
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Drugs are dangerous and
deserve to be banned
Growing to the
next century
L
ife in Sydney during the
late 1920s and early
1930s must have been
extraordinarily tough.
Australia was still
recovering from unimaginable
losses suffered during World
War I. Then, almost as soon as
that conflict had ended, our nation was overrun by a deadly
spanish flu outbreak.
Around 40 per cent of the
Australian population was hit
by the powerful flu strain, with
some 15,000 perishing.
On top of that, Australia’s
economy fell into a severe mid’20s recession.
Even worse was to follow.
The 1929 Wall Street crash
brought global depression. By
1932, Australian unemployment
stood at a colossal 32 per cent.
But throughout this period a
symbol of hope was rising in
Sydney. A ceremony marking
the beginning of construction
for the Sydney Harbour Bridge
was held in 1923.
For a city so badly affected by
so many negative forces, the rise
of that majestic arc must have
seemed almost miraculous.
Australia, NSW and Sydney
currently and blessedly suffer
none of the extreme everyday
hardships endured nearly 100
years ago. The economy is
strong. Unemployment is low.
Disease is not rife. War is not on
the horizon.
Yet there is one element of
Sydney life that we share with
our ancestors. Construction is
under way. Again, it is a sign of
confidence and ambition.
Sydney is right now in the
midst of a massive multibilliondollar construction phase. Hundreds of cranes dominate the
cityscape as huge infrastructure
projects move every day closer
to completion.
“We are in the middle of a
once-in-a-century construction
boom, with a further $90 billion
to be invested in rail, roads,
schools and hospitals over the
next four years,” NSW Premier
Gladys Berejiklian told The
Daily Telegraph.
“Work is under way on projects like Sydney Metro, WestConnex and NorthConnex.
There are more opportunities
on the horizon with the Western
Sydney Aerotropolis.”
Collectively, all of these projects will easily be just as transformative as the Harbour
Bridge. Great credit is deserved
by the Coalition government,
which took on the challenge of
expanding Sydney.
And credit is due as well to
Australians of the 1920s and
1930s, who got us through the
tough times.
Home of the greatest game
T
he SCG was not the venue for the very first Test ever played
in 1877, but it still stands as the spiritual home of Australian
cricket.
Yesterday’s play in the fourth Test between Australia and India
was appropriately hard-fought, with Virat Kohli’s talented team
holding an advantage at day’s end.
But more than any other ground in Australia, the SCG can
generate unlikely twists and turns.
Those with tickets for the remaining four days should brace
themselves for some thrilling sessions. Cricket is where it belongs.
Older and bolder loans
T
he ongoing property slump
has opened opportunities
for many younger Australians who previously felt priced
out of the housing market.
With prices falling, those in
their 20s with some savings behind them now find that a mortgage may be within their grasp.
Yet the housing market is not
entirely geared towards younger generations. Banks are now
providing loans to customers in
their 70s, provided they meet
various requirements.
In one case reviewed by The
Daily Telegraph, a 79-year-old
borrower was given a $210,000
home loan for 25 years. This
would mean a final payment at
the age of 104.
Obviously, banks in those circumstances would be aware of
an individual’s ability to cover
the loan. As Aussie Home Loans
CEO James Symond points out:
“Every customer’s circumstances are different and need to
be taken into account.
“In a wide range of circumstances older Australians are
taking on the loan themselves or
acting as guarantors for loans.”
Older folk should perhaps
take a renewed interest in the
property market.
Just a thought for those advocating
drug pill testing.
How, exactly, does pill testing
help? Does it make the pills safer?
No. As far as I can tell, there is no
such thing as a safe illicit drug.
Illicit drugs are illicit for a very
good reason; they are highly
dangerous. Arrest and fine the users
and arrest and jail the pushers. Get
the stuff off our streets.
Peter Monaghan, Armidale
JANUARY 3 2019
Pill testing won’t work
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Dad of tragic Anna Wood says there’s
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
a
all took the same tablets at
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 pro“If
legalisation lobby,” he said.
it was going to save any parent
a
from the heartache of losing
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.
no way to know drugs are safe
drank a lot of water, as advised
when using the drug, her
of
kidneys shut down. She died
acute water intoxication after
two days on life support.
“The thing is that drugs are
idiosyncratic so you don’t
to
know how they are going
affect anyone on any given
day,” Mr Wood said, adding
at
that the drug problem
of
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Mr Wood and his late wife
have saved his vivacious
Angela committed themselves
daughter. The coroner found
to spreading the message that
the tablet Anna took was pure
drug abuse could only be tackMDMA, and although she
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
it
in Australia in 1986 because
was deemed dangerous. Let’s
not make it legal again.”
Ms Berejiklian continues to
be vehemently opposed to pill
in
testing. “If there was a way
which we could ensure that
lives were saved through pill
it,
testing, we would consider
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
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COPS ARE
OVERRUN
BY MULES
NICK HANSEN
POLICE said they were
of
overwhelmed by the number
into
people trying to smuggle drugs
Sydney’s Field Day festival and
sniffer
would have needed 30 extra
dogs to cope with the influx.
A massive police operation
netted 194 people on drugs
correct.”
Potent party drug MDMA,
powerful animal sedative ketamine
and cannabis were among drugs
seized.
Panicked revellers were seen
as
trying to swallow their stashes
Bell
police approached them. Insp
defended police who manhandled
and tackled people trying to
conceal their drugs.
to
“As police officers we’re there
enforce the law,” he said.
“People will use any methods
the
they deemed necessary to get
drugs into the venue … It’s
obviously dangerous.”
Tough to tighten the net on dealers
COUNCIL TOLD TO LEAD WAY
sition to pill testing following
several deaths at music festivals, the former NSW Police
officer and Salvation Army
the job.
campaigner has called for poliLiberal Pat Daley will move
ticians to stop using the terms
a motion at Northern Beaches
“party and recreational” drugs.
Council’s next meeting in FebMr Daley said pill testing
ruary to introduce drug tests
could lead to a normalisation
for all councillors and staff.
of dangerous drugs that “make
tough
the
While applauding
alcohol look like an afternoon
t e of Premier Gladys Bere-
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
mule.
powerless to stop every drug
“The reality is we cannot protect
everything that goes into the
premises,” Insp Bell said.
Asked whether he could have
on the
used another 30 sniffer dogs
operation, Insp Bell said: “That’s
tective Superintendent Martin
But within days, new Facebook Fileman said. “Online drug supply
pages had popped up — claiming is not new, but it poses a unique
to sell drugs in Sydney, Brisbane challenge to law enforcement.”
DRUG dealers continue to openly and Melbourne.
FaceA Facebook spokesman said:
sell their deadly wares on
Police said social media-based
policies to buy,
book — and the billion-dollar drug-dealing is nearly impossible “It is against our
pharsell or trade non-medical or
social media giant appears unable to stop.
also block
site maceutical items. We
to do anything about it.
“We often find that as one
terms to stop
Facebook deleted two drug- or page is removed, another will be and delete search
spreading infordealing pages operating in Sydney created elsewhere,” Drug and bad actors from
news
mation about their illicit activity.”
Dethis week after social media
Commander
Firearms Squad
agency Storyful alerted it.
LARISSA WATERSON
A SYDNEY councillor wants
NSW politicians to lead by exon
ample and be drug tested
Pat Daley
Make them pay
Yesterday’s reports.
We should charge these dance party
organisers for all the police
resources. The government has no
problem charging public speakers
from the right when people protest
against them and cause mayhem on
our publicly owned universities.
And now they are considering
pill testing — more money and
potential law suits. These politicians
need to wake up.
End market
for drug
suppliers
Matt B., Umina Beach
Warm and fuzzy futility
I tend to get suspicious when I see
people pushing projects like pill
testing. Just who operates it, who
funds it and what happens when a
“suspect” pill is discovered?
It’s all warm and fuzzy when
these ideas are floated, but human
nature being what it is, it makes you
wonder is there a benefit for
someone in the whole procedure.
Anyway, I can’t imagine too many
customers lining up in view of all
and sundry, and then the
embarrassment of being told your
pill was a deadly concoction and you
have lost your money — or even
worse, find you are in the same line
as your boss or even your parents.
Herbert Montaine, Tugun, Qld
Leadership is team spirit
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and
his team need insight and the right
solutions to win.
It’s a reasonable expectation that
smarter tactics and clearer publicinformed policies will bring political
success. It’s an opportunity for the
Coalition government to appeal to
public awareness and attention to
leadership with strong policies,
without giving in to or ignoring
political correctness, rather placing
forward strongly Australian and
acceptable values.
Mr Morrison’s team can stand
out as a better informed and united
team. Mature leadership is speaking
up, and being counted for honesty,
and what you believe in, for the
future for all Australians.
R. Brown, Ballina
Tip of the iceberg
Congratulations to Charles Miranda
on his article (”Bungle let ISIS
member go free”, 3/1).
Australians were told by the
Labor government at the time that
there was no chance there were any
security problems letting the
boat people into our country.
The reason given was that any
such individual would fly in and not
take the risk of drowning. The
question has to be, how many
members of ISIS are here under
cover, just waiting for an
opportunity to cause havoc?
Lesley Beckhouse, Queanbeyan
Stick up for punishment
Apparently two detention centres,
one in Sydney and one in
Melbourne, will shortly close.
The Trade Practices Act provides
the simple, fair reliable protection
for the fridge buyer. Surely this must
be amended to include the off-theplan apartment buyer too.
Where are the politicians when
you need them?
Pill testing? Surrender to this
type of emotional blackmail?
Put more responsibility and
cost onto taxpayers, especially
if this suggested pill testing
fails from time to time and
exposes the public purse to
“damages” claims?
These so-called dance
parties generate squillions for
promoters and create massive
marketplaces for illegal drug
peddlers. They consume untold
levels of police and emergency
services whilst creating
shortfalls of these in other
parts of our communities.
The people who attend
these dance parties are adults
and many have no regard for
their own safety and health.
They appear to be even less
concerned with the heartache
they may cause others when
things go wrong.
If governments and some
in our health services are
genuinely concerned about the
dangers these events generate,
they might also consider the
impacts of prolonged and
regular exposure to excessively
high levels of noise. Similar to
the way noise is treated in the
workplace.
Simpler still — they could
just ban these dance parties.
Richard Burnett, Wollongong
Don’t dismantle them. Instead.
put them to good use where
convicted illicit drug users can
spend two weeks for the first
offence, four weeks for the second
and so on.
Let’s see how they explain their
absence from work.
And for some professions, such as
the law, a criminal conviction means
the end of their career.
Properly punish the customers
and drug use will decline.
David Childs, Sunshine Bay
Protect apartment buyers
It is farcical that the fridge has more
consumer protection than the offthe-plan apartment.
The only contract the off-theplan apartment buyer has is with the
developer. The developer is the
single party in control of the whole
process.
Unbelievably they are not
responsible for compliance, safety
nor standard of the product they are
selling — and worse still, it isn’t
even unlawful to sell dodgy off-theplan apartments.
The mandatory superannuation
system in Australia has led the best
superannuation fund managers to
heavily invest in Australian shares
that provide a history of growth and
good dividends with franking credits
in order to achieve the highest
possible level of funds available for
each Australian in their retirement
— a long-term positive view.
However, the poorly developed
short-term money-grabbing policy
of the Labor Party to remove
franking credits will reduce the
return to all Australians in their
superannuation funds by up to
30 per cent annually.
An over-simplistic and poorly
considered policy of this nature will
have a devastating impact on the
level of funds available to each
Australian in their retirement —
along with serious implications for
the economy.
One only has to look at the
union-sponsored industry fund
advertisements to see how relatively
small differences in returns annually
can substantially affect the final
returns to individuals on their
retirement.
The impact of current Labor
Party policy on franking credits will
be much more significant on every
Australian’s final superannuation
payout.
Keith Askew, Hornsby Heights
Briefly . . .
“Property plunges like 1980s slump”
(3/1) puts paid to the “safe as houses”
boast.
Steve Ngeow,Chatswood
***
Scott Morrison has pledged $500
million to improve aged care in
Australia. Tanya Plibersek is
pledging $500 million to the UN
commission for refugees. Will Ms
Plibersek’s pledge benefit any
Australians?
Roger Lewis, Blackburn North, Vic
***
Please do not let this state
government take on any more
major projects as their track records
show a debacle at everything they
attempt — light rail debacle and
transport problems, among others.
Let them build a slow train to
nowhere and they can all get on.
Dennis Connor, Leumeah
***
Pill testing will never work
because it’s a bit like eating peanut
butter. Thousands can eat it quite
safely and enjoy it, but to a few it
can be fatal.
A. Campbell, Ballina
***
Every time there is a major event
in Sydney, the train system is a
shambles. This has been the case
for years. Maybe the railway
management should be held
accountable. After all, it doesn’t
matter which party is in power, the
problems are still happening.
Lindsay, Bass Hill
***
And what happens when the sniffer
dogs detect an illegal substance that
has been tested and “approved for
consumption” by the very people
trying to eradicate the drugs? Crazy!
Gary, Engadine
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BEST OF WARREN
“Syria was lost long
ago. It was lost long
ago. And besides that,
we're talking about
sand and death. That's
what we're talking
about.”
US President Donald
Trump summarises
Syria after announcing
a troop withdrawal
"We have no idea
who this guy is. This
use is unauthorised,
and we will do our
best to stop it."
‘80s band Twisted Sister
want Clive Palmer to
stop using their song
Moving the goalposts
Education, a healthy start and a fairer system will give all kids a chance to succeed
M
any of us like to
think of rugby
league as the great
working-class
game. But despite
its egalitarian beginnings, the
early decades of league showed
the kind of fixed hierarchy that
would have made a baron blush.
Souths won every premiership
from 1925 to 1929. St George
won every premiership from 1956
to 1966.
From the 1970s, things began
to change. It became simpler for
players to move across teams.
New clubs were encouraged to
enter the competition. In 1990, a
salary cap was instituted, limiting
the ability of the richest teams to
snap up all the best players.
It’s now been two decades
since any team won back-to-back
league premierships.
The story of rugby league illustrates that it is possible to move
from a static, predictable environment into one that is more fluid,
mobile and surprising.
But it didn’t happen by accident. Social mobility on the
league ladder came about because
we changed the rules.
It turns out this commitment
to mobility isn’t just restricted to
the playing field. Most people, regardless of ideology, find the idea
of a feudal society distasteful.
Across the political spectrum,
whether you’re talking to progressives or conservatives, almost
everyone believes in a society
where a child’s outcomes aren’t
predestined from birth.
Yet Australia today suffers
from too little mobility. In countries such as Denmark, Canada,
Germany and Finland, children
find it much easier to jump from
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ANDREW
LEIGH
rags to riches than they do in Australia. We know children inherit height
from their parents. But did you know
parental income is two-thirds as hereditable as height?
If you want to get rich in Australia,
choose your parents wisely.
The lack of social mobility means
that raw talent misses out. We have
too many “lost Einsteins”: people who
might have gone on to be great inventors, if only they were given the
right environment. There isn’t
enough class-jumping in Australia.
So what might we do to increase
intergenerational mobility?
First, we need to recognise that
“start at the beginning” isn’t ambitious enough. A healthy pregnancy
is vital, so mothers need access to
paid parental leave, properly
funded legal aid for family violence victims, and the ability to
visit a doctor without worrying
about the cost.
Second, measures that reduce
overall income inequality are
also likely to increase mobility.
It’s hard to climb the ladder of
life when the rungs are spaced a
long way apart. A fair tax system
and worker-friendly industrial
laws are likely to deliver a more
equal society. Rebalancing the housing market from investors to first
home buyers will also reduce inequality and lead to greater mobility.
Third, it is vital to recognise the
role quality schooling plays in improving social mobility. In Australian
households with highly educated parents, six out of ten children are read to
every day. Where parents have low
levels of education, that figure falls to
three out of ten. Evidence-based education is at the core of boosting intergenerational mobility in Australia.
That’s why we need to restore the
$14 billion that has been cut from
public schools, and put in place an
evidence institute so education policies are shaped by the best research.
Fourth, we need to track our performance on intergenerational mobility. A Labor government would
task the Productivity Commission to
produce an Equality of Opportunity
Report every five years. Like the Intergenerational Report, it would aim
to focus attention on how Australia is
tracking in improving social mobility.
If you’re a Saints fan, perhaps you
pine for the era when a child born in
1956 could reach the end of primary
school without ever seeing another
team win the grand final. But true lov-
We have too
many ‘Lost
Einsteins’
ers of league will recognise that the
game is a better sport today because it
has more competitive balance.
Our challenge today is to ensure
society doesn’t revert back to the kind
of feudal structure in which it’s hard
for a child to move up the ladder of
life. But as in league, that won’t happen by accident. To make the most of
every child’s opportunities, we need
to ensure that our schools, our tax
system and our workplace laws are
serving fairness, not entrenching
privilege.
Andrew Leigh is the opposition assistant treasury
spokesman and a former economics professor at
Australian National University.
The world
mustn’t ignore
Cambodia’s
brutal regime
W
hen peace was
brought to Cambodia
through the 1991 Paris
Peace Accords, helped by
Australia’s former foreign
minister Gareth Evans, it was a
euphoric occasion not just for
Cambodians, but also the
international community.
Since then, the UN has tried
to rehabilitate the country’s
civil, judicial and democratic
apparatuses. But all that good
work was obliterated by the
current megalomaniac leader,
Hun Sen. After 30 years in
power, Hun Sen in November
2017 passed a constitutional
amendment giving him the
power to dissolve the main
opposition party. Elections last
July were declared flawed by
Washington, and targeted
sanctions imposed.
Cambodians had hoped the
past of brutal violations of their
human and democratic rights
could be forgotten. That has
not happened.
Hun Sen was part of Asia’s
worst holocaust when Pol Pot
was in power and has ruled
Cambodia via egregious
violations.
Australia has been among
the main aid providers to
Cambodia. It must now adopt
stringent measures like the US
and the EU. In the long term,
Cambodia’s regime must be
declared illegitimate.
The situation in Cambodia is
“so extreme” and in these
“exceptional times”, Australia
and the international
community must have the will
to refer Cambodia to the UN.
Sawathey Ek OAM is a lawyer and rights
advocate in Cambodia.
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0.694
1.046
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-0.001
0.61
0.684
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0.553
74.08
+0.002
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Aussie hit
in global
flash crash
Dollar plunges 3pc, then recovers
DEREK ROSE
CURRENCY
THE Australian dollar has
plunged to a decade low only
to dramatically bounce back,
whiplashed amid a broader
currency “flash crash” that has
traders mystified.
On a day of upheaval in global currency markets, the Aussie briefly dropped more than 3
per cent against the greenback
early yesterday.
After treading water at
about US70c the previous
night, it fell dramatically about
9.30am, hitting a trough of
US67.49c — its lowest level
since early 2009.
It then ricocheted, regaining half those losses over the
next five minutes. Last night, it
was buying US69.44c, up 2.9
per cent from that nadir.
Were it not for the flash
crash, the currency would be at
its lowest point against the
greenback since February 2016.
The Aussie had slipped the
previous day following the release of downbeat manufacturing figures in China, Australia’s
biggest trading partner.
Many other foreign exchange rates also lurched
about during the moments of
mayhem yesterday morning.
Over seven minutes, the
Aussie tumbled 6 per cent
against the Japanese yen then
quickly recovered.
The US dollar and British
pound also crashed against the
yen at about the same time before similarly rebounding. “It’s
been absolutely nuts,” said
Chris Weston, head of research at foreign exchange
specialist Pepperstone Group
in Melbourne.
“Obviously
everyone’s
scratching around to find an
explanation.”
Mr Weston said it appeared
the US dollar first collapsed
against the yen, sending
shockwaves
through
the
broader currency market and
dragging major currency pairs
with it.
Trading volumes were thin
at the time, as US markets
were closed and Japanese traders were on holiday, he said.
Mr Weston blamed the
flash crash in part on algorithmic — or automated computer-based — trading.
“The algos have just followed this all the way down,”
he said. “It comes at a time
when the markets are very
anxious anyway.”
Grant Samuel Funds Management adviser Stephen Miller said the moves were “very
violent”.
“It would have caught some
by big surprise,” he said.
Other analysts said global
interest rate dynamics were
playing into the Aussie dollar’s
weakness more broadly.
The Reserve Bank has kept
the cash rate at an all-time low
of 1.5 per cent since 2016, while
the US Federal Reserve raised
rates four times last year and
more increases are expected
this year.
New York-based currency
strategist with Westpac Richard Franulovich said it was
“still a toxic backdrop for the
Australian dollar”.
Woodman Asset Management foreign-exchange strategist
Bernd
Berg
said
commodity-exposed currencies were coming under pressure amid concerns about the
global growth outlook.
“We are in the middle of a
perfect storm — the worst
since the 2008 financial crisis
— and all growth-sensitive assets including commodities are
tumbling,” Mr Berg said.
“In this environment, commodity-FX like the Aussie
come under massive selling
pressure.”
Some traders suggested the
flash crash began when US
technology titan Apple shocked investors by warning its
first-quarter revenue would be
less than expected because of
weak sales in China.
In a letter to shareholders,
Apple acknowledged that demand for iPhones was waning,
confirming fears the company’s most profitable product
had lost some of its lustre.
Apple admits delicate
TECHNOLOGY
TECH giant Apple has acknowledged that demand for
iPhones is waning, confirming
investor fears that the company’s most profitable product
has lost some lustre.
The reckoning came in a
letter from Apple chief executive Tim Cook to the company’s shareholders released
after the US stock market
closed on Wednesday.
Mr Cook said Apple’s revenue for the October-December quarter — including the
crucial Christmas holiday
shopping season — will fall
well below the company’s earlier projections and those of
analysts, whose estimates sway
the stock market.
Apple now expects revenue
of $US84 billion ($120.5 billion) for the period.
Analysts polled by FactSet
had expected Apple’s revenue
to be about 9 per cent higher
— $US91.3 billion. The official
results are scheduled to be released January 29.
Mr Cook traced most of the
revenue drop to China, where
the economy has been slowing
and Apple has faced tougher
competition from home-team
smartphone makers such as
Huawei and Xiaomi.
President Donald Trump
has also raised new tensions
between the US and China by
imposing tariffs on more than
$US200 billion in goods, although so far the iPhone hasn’t
been affected directly.
China’s “economy began to
slow there for the second half”.
Mr Cook said: “The trade tensions between the United
States and China put additional pressure on their
economy.”
He also acknowledged that
consumers in other markets
Former AMP chair laments brand’s loss of reputation
ELI GREENBLAT
FINANCIAL SERVICES
FORMER AMP chair Simon
McKeon has broken his silence over the immense damage done to the company as a
result of the financial services
royal commission.
Speaking about the issue for
the first time yesterday, Mr
McKeon described his sadness
at the fallout for group’s brand
and market value, as well as
the impact on the broader financial services sector.
Speaking at the KPMG
Couta boat races in the Victorian town of Sorrento, Mr
McKeon said he wasn’t surprised by the extent of damage.
But he “desperately hoped” the
once respected AMP could salvage its brand and reputation.
“My reason for having said
very little about AMP basically
rests on a hope that it can turn
itself around in very, very posi-
tive way,” he said. “I don’t want
to be seen as a past chairman
who is just adding to the criticism that has been given to it
by the royal commission and
many others.”
In 2016 Mr McKeon
stepped down as chair after
only three years on the board.
He yesterday said the nature and process of a royal
commission meant the outcome was often huge reputational damage to companies.
The fallout included a dramatic plunge in AMP’s share
price and a clean-out at the
top, including the departure of
chief executive Craig Meller
and chair Catherine Brenner.
“Was I shocked at the rapidity with which it all fell apart?
Well, in many respects no, because while I couldn’t have
predicted a royal commission
three years ago — in fact I
thought it was quite unlikely,”
he said. Royal commissions
carried different consequences
to matters pursued through
the courts, he said.
“It’s not litigation. You go
into a royal commission and
you are not protected by 500
years of the development of
litigation rules,” he said.
“You are actually typically
asked by the commission several weeks before you go into
the box to ‘tell us your worst’,
and they have very extensive
powers.”
Simon McKeon
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Brad Davidson examines
every race at Kensington
Charmer
has glint
in the eye
RAY THOMAS
POETIC Charmer, racing in
the Triple Crown Syndications
colours made famous by dual
Everest winner Redzel, can
continue his newly found winning habit in The Aviary At
Randwick Handicap (1300m)
at Randwick’s Kensington
meeting tomorrow.
Champion trainer Peter
Snowden said Poetic Charmer’s physical maturity is enabling the four-year-old to
finally realise his potential.
“We’ve always had an opinion of Poetic Charmer, he has
always shown us a bit, but the
difference now is that he is
holding his condition better
than he did as a younger
horse,’’ Snowden said.
“He’s handling his racing
now and that is coming
through in his performances.’’
Poetic Charmer has been
installed the $4 TAB Fixed
Odds favourite as he attempts
a hat-trick of city wins.
The four-year-old gelding
was second-up when he led
throughout to win comfortably
at Canterbury then came from
well back early to swamp his rivals at Warwick Farm.
Snowden, who trains in
partnership with his son Paul,
said Poetic Charmer’s newfound versatility gives jockey
Tommy Berry some options on
how to ride the sprinter.
“Poetic Charmer has drawn
nicely and looks in great
order,’’ Snowden said.
“I’m glad I scratched him
last week as this is the right
race for him.’’
The Snowden stable have a
strong presence at the Kensington meeting starting with
Hightail and Vici in the Events
By ATC Handicap (1150m).
Hightail, who is still in the
$2 million Magic Millions 2yo
Classic, is lining up for a third
start after winning at Kembla
Grange on debut before his
good third to Movie Role at
Randwick last week.
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The Art Of The Bar
well worth a shout
RAY THOMAS
The Art Of The Bar will take plenty of beating tomorrow. Picture: AAP
THE Art Of The Bar will take on the older
mares in a last-ditch bid to revive her $2
million Magic Millions 3YO Guineas campaign at Randwick’s Kensington meeting
tomorrow.
Trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian
Bott will need compelling evidence that
The Art Of The Bar is maintaining her
impressive summer form surge when she
tackles a handy field in the Tab.com.au
Handicap (1300m).
The brilliant three-year-old filly was
also entered for the Membership Handicap (1300m) against her own age, where
she was shouldered with 60kg and made
second emergency.
Bott confirmed it was the stable’s intention to run The Art Of The Bar against the
mares. But he stopped short of declaring
the filly a definite Magic Millions starter
even if she won.
“If she can win and win well it will give
us something to think about,’’ Bott said.
“We are aware it is a bit of an ask to
have to back up a week later and take her
interstate so we will be conservative with
that decision.
“She has had a bit of racing which is in
the back of our minds, too, but all the indications at home are she is going as well as
ever. Everything hinges on how she goes
(tomorrow).’’
The speedy The Art Of The Bar is the
$2.40 TAB Fixed Odds favourite to beat
the mares.
She has also been installed as the $4
favourite in the three-year-olds’ race.
The Art Of The Bar was chasing her
fourth successive win when run down late
by Nicci’s Gold over 1400m on a heavy
Warwick Farm surface two weeks ago.
“I can’t blame the heavy track as she
had performed so brilliantly on it before,’’
Bott said.
“In saying that (jockey) Tim Clark
didn’t think she got through the heavy as
well as she did previously which I thought
was an interesting comment.
“She was also having her first attempt
at 1400m and she was found wanting late
as she raced a bit fresh.
“But we feel she is more seasoned for it
now and dropping back to 1300m is ideal.
She is just as good on top of the ground,
she is in great shape and should be hard to
beat again.’’
The Waterhouse-Bott stable is sweating on first emergency Couru getting a
start in the Membership Handicap.
Couru, raced by Dean Watt’s Dynamic
Syndications, has only had one start for a
good win in a Goulburn maiden just before Christmas.
“I thought it was a really tough effort by
Couru to win that day,” Bott said.
“She is still a raw type of filly, still learning her craft, but she has a good attitude to
her racing.’’
Coonawarra is Tulloch Lodge’s other
Kensington acceptor, with the gelding
topweight with 61kg for the Australian
Turf Club Handicap (1550m).
Bott said the stable expected Coonawarra to run a much improved race after finishing at the rear of the field behind Easy
Eddie at Warwick Farm two weeks ago.
“He won second-up last campaign and
on his work he can be effective (tomorrow),’’ the trainer said.
Bott is also unconcerned about the
62.5kg impost Alassio has to carry in the
closer, the ATC Handicap (1100m), at
Canterbury tonight.
Alassio, winner of three of her five
starts, has drawn barrier one and will have
James McDonald in the saddle, giving
Bott reason to be confident.
“I’m not worried about the weight, over
the short trips they can carry that,’’ Bott
said yesterday.
“She has a significant drop back in class
on her first-up run, which will help, and
obviously there is a couple of handy, progressive types in the field but we feel she
has a great chance.’’
The Waterhouse-Bott training partnership is also saddling up two-year-old filly
Mistress Mouse in the Autumn Carnival
On Sale Handicap (1100m).
“She is much better than the filly we
saw run unplaced on debut at Kembla
Grange as she did a few things wrong that
day,’’ Bott declared.
“We’ve sent her back to the trials since
where she has gone well — we expect to
see a much sharper performance.’’
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RAY THOMAS AND
SHAYNE O’CASS LOOK AT
TOMORROW’S MEETING
SO: T-shirt and shorts
tomorrow, RT?
RT: I wish I was going
to the cricket, Shayno.
Enjoy the SCG, mate. I’ll
be holding the fort at the
Kenso but keeping a very
close eye on the Test.
Love my cricket!
SO: I hope the Aussies
go better than my good
thing last week, Yitai
Synergy. I’ll strap on the
pads and go again this
week. My best bet is
Rebel Miss. If she runs
up to her last trial, she
will win.
RT: She is flying and a
first-up specialist but I am
staying with Heart
Conquered from Sei
Stella. They are race fit
and in good form. Almost
the race of the day.
SO: You know I like
the trial horses. Did you
see the run of Emperor’s
Way behind Fierce
Impact in that heat at HQ
the other day? He is
flying and is a great eachway bet at the $18 mark.
RT: I like Gresham in
that race. He is my best
bet of the day. Chris
Waller horses on the
back-up is a proven
formula and with Robbie
Dolan able to claim his
full 3kg, the horse goes
around with only 49kg on
his back. Looks his race.
SO: Love your story on
these pages about Tom
Marquand. Lester Piggott
would have been proud
of that Live And Free ride
the other day. Maybe he
will pick up a few more
tomorrow before he
heads home. Invinzabeel
looks a nice chance.
Matthew Dunn in the
Highway? Again?
RT: You are obviously
referring to La Scopa in
the Highway. I think bad
luck is his main rival but
Elegant Ellen does get in
well at the weights after
the claim. They should
quinella the race.
SO: I concur. I like
Ljungberg in the fourth
race but I have blackbooked Botti for a long
term classic/Cups style
horse now that he is with
Waller. He is bred to win
the Melbourne Cup.
RT: Nindamos, did
you see his win at Wyong
last month? They just
don’t do what he did at
his first start but I
concede it is a quantum
leap from a provincial
maiden to Sydney
Saturday grade.
SO: I think Gongs can
win again. She deserved
that win last start.
RT: I’ve gone for The
Art Of The Bar. She
deserves another chance.
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All different but T
HE’S A SMALL FISH IN A BIG RIDING POND
IN SYDNEY BUT THIS YOUNG ENGLISH
JOCKEY IS ADAPTING AND CAPTURING OUR
ATTENTION, WRITES RAY THOMAS
H
e’s only been in the
country for a couple
of weeks but every
time English riding
sensation Tom
Marquand takes to
the racetrack in Sydney, it’s a
reminder he’s in a foreign land.
“When we are down at the
start for the trials and things like
that, the jockeys here are talking
about going surfing the next day
or arranging a game of golf —
they have a lifestyle away from
racing,’’ Marquand said.
“At home, none of the jockeys
would be talking about what they
are going to do tomorrow
because we are all riding the next
day. Often we are driving to a
race meeting and not getting
back until 1am because that is
what you do in England.’’
The fresh-faced, well-spoken
Marquand is in Sydney on a
“working holiday” over summer
and admits he has been forced to
slow down because in England he
is used to riding in races every
day of the week.
In fact, English racing
authorities introduced a rule
restricting the number of race
meetings a jockey can ride at
each week to prevent riders like
Marquand from working too
much. But the slower pace of life
as a jockey in Sydney isn’t
mirrored on the racetrack.
The frenetic tempo of Sydney
racing is altogether different to
what Marquand is used to in
England, but he is making the
necessary adjustments.
Marquand, 20, created a lot of
attention with two brilliant
winning rides at Randwick last
week, including an outstanding
effort on the John O’Sheatrained Live And Free.
Suddenly, Marquand is a
jockey in demand and on the
Kensington tomorrow he has six
rides for five different stables.
David Hayes, who trains in
partnership with his son, Ben, and
Tom Dabernig, was the first to
recognise Marquand’s ability and
brought the young jockey out to
Lindsay Park in Victoria three
years ago, where he rode two
winners from 10 rides.
On his second visit Down
Under, Marquand has linked
with O’Shea at Randwick to
experience Sydney racing.
But Hayes has stuck by the
Englishman, giving him the
winning ride on Movie Role last
week. Hayes has again booked
Marquand tomorrow for his twoyear-old colt, the first-starter
Jahbath, in the Events By ATC
Handicap (1150m).
Trainer Mark Newnham
has Marquand riding Battle
Cry in the 2019
Membership Handicap
(1300m) and new
stable acquisition
Invinzabeel in the
Kensington
Handicap
(1550m).
Marquand’s
other rides
tomorrow are
the John
Thompsontrained Our
Belisa
(Australian
Turf Club
Handicap,
1500m), Duchess
Moshe for the
training partnership
of Barbara Joseph,
Matt and Paul Jones
(TAB Highway
Handicap, 1300m) and
Brett Partelle’s Invincible
Quest in the Summer
Racing Sprint (1000m).
Visiting English jockey Tom
Marquand is making a name for
himself in Sydney, riding
(insets) Live And Free and
Movie Role to victories at
Randwick. Pictures: Getty
A little dabble with TAB brings big rewards SNOWDEN TEAM
RAY THOMAS
NSW TAB dividends provided plenty of
life-changing collects for lucky punters
last year.
Exotic bet types again produced some
massive returns for TAB punters with the
biggest dividend coming with the BIG6 for
the Randwick meeting on August 4 which
returned $232,309.40.
The BIG6 requires punters to select the
winner of the last six races and one punter
successfully had the six Randwick winners
on that program — Letter To Juliette
($31), Avilius ($6), Intuition ($7.50), Piera-
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ta ($4.80), Bergerac ($14) and Soothing ($3
favourite).
Day one of The Championships at
Randwick last April produced the biggest
Early Quaddie dividend of the year which
returned $128,384.10 after the wins of
Houtzen ($8.50), Victorem ($4.60), Sir
Charles Road ($7) and El Dorado Dreaming ($81, pictured right).
El Dorado Dreaming’s boilover win in
the Group 1 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes,
where she defeated Oohood, Outrageous
and Long Leaf, returned a First 4 dividend
of $122,384.10.
Fallada’s upset win at Goulburn in
March produced the highest dividend for
a NSW gallops winner of $135.10.
The biggest Quaddie dividend was
$54,799,30 returned at an Albury meeting
in July.
Harness racing had the top two ‘‘Win’’
dividends of the year thanks to Avenir
($374) and Mini Masterpiece ($252.70).
The BIG6 also produced the biggest
dividends for 2018 in the harness and
greyhound codes. At Menangle trots during June, there was a BIG6 result of
$60,942.10 while at Wentworth Park in
October the same bet type returned a
$55,104.70 dividend on a greyhound race.
Vici is making his debut
tomorrow but has shaped
promisingly in trials.
“Hightail is still in the mix for
the Magic Millions but he has to
win this race,’’ Snowden said.
“Vici is a nice, strong colt but
he has a bit to learn. He’s a horse
on the way up.’’
Snowden was taken by the
recent barrier trial efforts of
Emperor’s Way and is expecting
a competitive showing in the
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January 1, the track was rated a Good (4)
True. At the last meeting here on January 1,
the rail was out 5m from the 1500m to the
winning post, out 3m the remainder.
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J G Sargent
Brad Widdup
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J Collett
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6
BOLERO KING wn
8
SUSPENSE whn
2
MAPMAKER wb
3
INTUITION
1
ALL TOO ROYAL
5
EVER SO NATURAL t
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$5.00
4.40
41.00
11.00
13.00
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*3.50
5.50
15.00
9.00
JOCKEY
J Van Overmeire (a2)
R Dolan (a3)
T Berry
SCRATCHED
A Hyeronimus
J Bowman
C Brown
B Ryan (a3)
RACE 3 TAB Highway Handicap
WGT
62.5 8.00
61
*2.15
58.5 11.00
58.5
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56.5 8.00
56
6.00
53
4.60
53
51.00
1300m 1.55
EQ2
3yo & up Class 3. Prizemoney: $75,000; 1st $35,250; 2nd $13,750; 3rd $7750; 4th $4500;
5th $3000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $19250. Apprentices can claim.
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Simon Thomas
Shayne O’Cass
Adam Sherry
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9 MY FIRE PHOENIX
3 Peralta
8 Avon River
4 Twentyfour Carat
1 HIGHTAIL
8 Avon River
2 Jahbath
4 Twentyfour Carat
1 HIGHTAIL
4 Twentyfour Carat
9 My Fire Phoenix
2 Jahbath
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2 EASY EDDIE
7 All Too Royal
1 Malaise
3 Bolero King
2 xxEASY EDDIE
7 All Too Royal
1 Malaise
3 Bolero King
3 xBOLERO KING
2 Easy Eddie
6 Intuition
1 Malaise
2 EASY EDDIE
7 All Too Royal
1 Malaise
5 Mapmaker
2 EASY EDDIE
6 Intuition
1 Malaise
3 Bolero King
3
1 xxLA SCOPA
2 Elegant Ellen
12 Zardoro
5 Ibini
1 LA SCOPA
6 Dutchesse Moshe
5 Ibini
11 Lope De Mango
1 LA SCOPA
9 Te Ata
2 Elegant Ellen
13 Carruthers
1 LA SCOPA
2 Elegant Ellen
5 Ibini
9 Te Ata
1 LA SCOPA
11 Lope De Mango
5 Ibini
3 Roy’s Command
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10 NINDAMOS
14 The Art Of The Bar
3 Swelt
7 Ljungberg
14 THE ART OF THE BAR
7 Ljungberg
10 Nindamos
2 Botti
7 LJUNGBERG
2 Botti
10 Nindamos
5 Silent Explorer
1 PEMBROKE CASTLE
7 Ljungberg
9 Sure Knee
2 Botti
3 SWELT
7 Ljungberg
8 Battle Cry
1 Pembroke Castle
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5 THE ART OF THE BAR
7 Spanish Dream
1 Sweet Scandal
4 Gongs
5 THE ART OF THE BAR
4 Gongs
6 Kawaikini
1 Sweet Scandal
4 GONGS
3 Harmattan
2 Charlayne
6 Kawaikini
4 GONGS
5 The Art Of The Bar
1 Sweet Scandal
7 Spanish Dream
5 THE ART OF THE BAR
6 Kawaikini
1 Sweet Scandal
9 Witches
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5 xPOETIC CHARMER
4 Regent
9 Skyray
2 Samadoubt
5 POETIC CHARMER
1 Astoria
7 Let’s Party Marty
4 Regent
9 xxSKYRAY
4 Regent
5 Poetic Charmer
1 Astoria
7 LET’S PARTY MARTY
1 Astoria
5 Poetic Charmer
4 Regent
2 SAMADOUBT
1 Astoria
8 Zidane
9 Skyray
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9 xxxGRESHAM
2 Invinzabeel
1 Spectroscope
4 Sir Bacchus
8 NEW UNIVERSE
1 Spectroscope
9 Gresham
4 Sir Bacchus
3 EMPEROR’S WAY
2 Invinzabeel
1 Spectroscope
10 The Getaway
4 SIR BACCHUS
9 Gresham
1 Spectroscope
2 Invinzabeel
1 SPECTROSCOPE
9 Gresham
2 Invinzabeel
3 Emperor’s Way
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4 HEART CONQUERED
11 Sei Stella
3 Revenire
8 Rebel Miss
8 xREBEL MISS
4 Heart Conquered
3 Revenire
11 Sei Stella
8 xxxREBEL MISS
7 Difficult To Get
11 Sei Stella
4 Heart Conquered
4 HEART CONQUERED
3 Revenire
11 Sei Stella
6 Raiden
4 HEART CONQUERED
2 Invincible Quest
9 Wanna Get A What
1 Tessera
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11 SUPER STAR BOB
13 Toroso
4 Nicci’s Gold
8 Intueri
4 xxxNICCI’S GOLD
10 Tahsin
11 Super Star Bob
9 Sparky Lad
11 SUPER STAR BOB
4 Nicci’s Gold
8 Intueri
10 Tahsin
11 SUPER STAR BOB
8 Intueri
4 Nicci’s Gold
10 Tahsin
4 NICCI’S GOLD
8 Intueri
10 Tahsin
11 Super Star Bob
RACE 5 tab.com.au
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FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
03s22 LA SCOPA w
8 M J Dunn
22151sELEGANT ELLEN dw
2 R & L Clarke
s4801sROY’S COMMAND w
13 T S Howlett
92025 THE GRANDSON dw
1 Darryl Roberts
8s133 IBINI w
6 B F Cavanough
1626s DUTCHESSE MOSHE db 3 B Joseph & P & M Jones
s6153sREWARD THE CHASER w 14 B F Cavanough
71941sSHE CLANGS d
5 C R Dixon
75481sTE ATA d
7 Matthew Dale
5s381 IRISH LUCY w
11 R & L Clarke
s1021sLOPE DE MANGO dw
12 R P Northam
54224sZARDORO b
4 T J Robinson
Emergencies: (in order)
s1654 CARRUTHERS dw Ⓑ
15 N F Gardner
56s62 ZUZZUDIO dw
10 N F Gardner
63805 GRONKY
9 J A Sylvester
JOCKEY
B Avdulla
R Dolan (a3)
T Berry
B Griffiths (a3)
A Hyeronimus
T Marquand
J Ford
Ms R King
J Collett
B Ryan (a3)
C Brown
WGT
59
56.5
56
56
55.5
55.5
54.5
54
53.5
53
53
53
Ms J Taylor
54.5 15.00
53
26.00
53 101.00
*2.05
7.00
18.00
61.00
8.50
7.50
18.00
61.00
10.00
19.00
31.00
13.00
NOTE: Te Ata (12) Stewards have permitted Jason Collett to ride the mare 0.5kg over its
declared weight of 53.5kg, if required.
RACE 4 2019 Membership
EQ3
3yo Benchmark 72. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $58,000; 2nd $23,000; 3rd $12,000;
4th $6500; 5th $5000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500. Apprentices can claim.
u BIG6 JACKPOT $30,000
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DRAW TRAINER
74318 PEMBROKE CASTLE wn Ⓑ 9 C J Waller
14150tBOTTI w
6 C J Waller
3s211 SWELT Ⓑ
1 Brad Widdup
s1133 ABOVE AND BEYOND Ⓑ 11 G Portelli
34539 SILENT EXPLORER w Ⓑ 5 David Payne
231 A MILLION DREAMS tw 2 G Portelli
s27s1 LJUNGBERG whn Ⓑ
7 R J Quinton
412 BATTLE CRY h Ⓑ
14 Mark Newnham
41s44 SURE KNEE d Ⓑ
8 C J Waller
1 NINDAMOS Ⓑ
12 James Cummings
2s211 SHERIFF Ⓑ
10 R & L Price
4s711 MIMIC d Ⓑ
3 K A Lees
Emergencies: (in order)
1 COURU dh Ⓑ
4 G Waterhouse & A Bott
21112 THE ART OF THE BAR wbh Ⓑ 13 G Waterhouse & A Bott
JOCKEY
J Ford
J Mc Donald
C Brown
J Collett
B Avdulla
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
J Bowman
T Marquand
G Schofield
A Hyeronimus
B Ryan (a3)
R Dolan (a3)
WGT
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
Ms R King
53
60
26.00
*4.00
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (2) Jahbath ear muffs pre-race only on first time, lugging bit on first
time, winkers on first time; (4) Twentyfour Carat lugging bit on first time,
tongue-tie on first time; (5) Vici, (7) Asiago, (8) Avon River, (9) My Fire
Phoenix lugging bit on first time; (10) Islands blinkers on first time
RACE 3: (5) Ibini blinkers on again
RACE 4: (9) Sure Knee nose roll off first time
RACE 6: (1) Astoria, (3) Handfast blinkers on again; (6) Silent General
blinkers on again, lugging bit on first time
RACE 7: (3) Emperor’s Way winkers off again
RACE 8: (1) Tessera blinkers on again, cross-over noseband off first time; (3)
Revenire blinkers off first time, cross-over noseband on first time
RACE 9: (3) Segenhoe synthetic hoof filler on first time; (7) Our Belisa
blinkers on first time, lugging bit on again, tongue-tie off first time
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
1300m 3.05
3yo & up F&M Benchmark 78. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $58,000; 2nd $23,000; 3rd $12,000;
4th $6500; 5th $5000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500. Apprentices can claim.
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12s45
925s9
s950s
70591
21112
64340
31231
1s381
0s4s4
23s14
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5.
HORSE
DRAW
SWEET SCANDAL dw
10
CHARLAYNE wn
5
HARMATTAN wn
6
GONGS dw Ⓑ
2
THE ART OF THE BAR wbh Ⓑ 3
KAWAIKINI w
7
SPANISH DREAM
8
CONNEMARA
1
WITCHES
4
OAKFIELD MISSILE w
9
6.
7.
8.
TRAINER
C J Waller
C J Waller
James Cummings
James Cummings
G Waterhouse & A Bott
J C Coyle
W P Cave
Bjorn Baker
R A Freedman
D Lane
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EQ4
10.
JOCKEY
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
RACE 6 The Aviary @ randwick
1300m 2.30
LEGEND
WGT
60
58.5
58.5
57.5
57
57
57
56.5
56.5
56
6.50
9.50
18.00
5.00
*2.40
18.00
9.50
7.00
26.00
126.00
1300m 3.40
3yo & up C,H&G’s Benchmark 78. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $58,000; 2nd $23,000; 3rd $12,000;
4th $6500; 5th $5000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500. Apprentices can claim.
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FORM
30442
50s15
70s37
63514
8s211
3s1s8
s5522
10s12
s1853
80237
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HORSE
DRAW
ASTORIA w
1
SAMADOUBT wn
6
HANDFAST w
9
REGENT wb
5
POETIC CHARMER hn
7
SILENT GENERAL dw
10
LET’S PARTY MARTY h 8
ZIDANE dn
4
SKYRAY Ⓑ
2
JUST LIKE STRATUM w 3
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8.
TRAINER
James Cummings
Bjorn Baker
Richard Litt
James Cummings
P & P Snowden
Matthew Smith
John Thompson
Lauri Wray
C E Conners
P Niceforo
9.
JOCKEY
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
RACE 7 Kensington Handicap
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FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
s3942 SPECTROSCOPE wb
4 James Cummings
557s4 INVINZABEEL w
9 Mark Newnham
9290stEMPEROR’S WAY h
5 P & P Snowden
6s391 SIR BACCHUS wn
8 C J Waller
03874 SIR PLUSH w
2 Bjorn Baker
809s0 MORE ENERGY w
6 J C Coyle
899s9 SAYED w
10 Matthew Dale
65544 NEW UNIVERSE w
7 C J Waller
5s433 GRESHAM dw
3 C J Waller
5s006 THE GETAWAY
1 P M Perry
8.
RACE 8 Summer Racing
9.
JOCKEY
J Mc Donald
T Marquand
C Brown
T Berry
G Schofield
J Collett
Ms R King
J Ford
R Dolan (a3)
Ms J Taylor
1000m 5.00
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556s0
7116s
22972
44311
s115s
2555s
849s4
5232s
1497s
46123
7s1s1
3468s
HORSE
DRAW
TESSERA w
9
INVINCIBLE QUEST dn
5
REVENIRE dw
1
HEART CONQUERED dw 7
DARKTOWN STRUTTER d 8
RAIDEN d
3
DIFFICULT TO GET dw
2
REBEL MISS d
4
WANNA GET A WHAT dwb 10
ANNA’S JOY d
12
SEI STELLA dw
6
LE DEJEUNER dw
11
TRAINER
James Cummings
B A Partelle
James Cummings
M, W & J Hawkes
K M Schweida
K A Lees
J N Englebrecht
Matthew Smith
G P Vella
P Niceforo
Matthew Dale
R & L Price
JOCKEY
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)
RACE 9 Australian Turf Club
WGT
61
60.5
58.5
57.5
57
57
56.5
56.5
56
53
5.00
9.00
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4.80
*4.00
23.00
5.00
13.00
6.50
101.00
10.
WGT
60
59
58
57.5
55.5
54.5
54.5
53
53
53
WGT
61
59.5
59.5
58
57
57
56.5
56.5
55
54
54
53
26.00
17.00
6.00
*2.90
10.00
17.00
12.00
8.50
26.00
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3.90
101.00
1550m 5.40
3yo & up Benchmark 78. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $58,000; 2nd $23,000; 3rd $12,000;
4th $6500; 5th $5000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500. Apprentices can claim.
1550m 4.20
7.
Steve Zammit
3yo & up Benchmark 78. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $58,000; 2nd $23,000; 3rd $12,000;
4th $6500; 5th $5000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500. Apprentices can claim.
10.
3yo & up. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $58,000; 2nd $23,000; 3rd $12,000; 4th $6500;
5th $5000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500. Apprentices can claim.
1.
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. Tipped four or more winners
last Saturday or at last metropolitan meeting.
»First race: 8.01am
»Last race: 3.35am (Sat)
»Early Quaddie: 2, 3, 4, 5
»BIG6: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
4 TWENTYFOUR CARAT
9 My Fire Phoenix
1 Hightail
8 Avon River
8.
TRAINER
James Cummings
Joseph Pride
C E Conners
P & P Snowden
T R Martin
James Cummings
C Maher & D Eustace
T J Bartley
TAB CODE: SR
THE FILES
»TAB First 4: All races
»Daily Double: Races 7 and 9
»Quaddie: 6, 7, 8, 9
»Gates open: 11.45am
Ray Thomas
6.
races Saturday
8 AVON RIVER
1 Hightail
9 My Fire Phoenix
2 Jahbath
2yo. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $58,000; 2nd $23,000; 3rd $12,000; 4th $6500; 5th $5000.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $38500. Apprentices can claim.
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Randwick (Kensington)
5.00
7.00
19.00
5.50
6.50
126.00
61.00
9.50
*2.40
126.00
Note: Greyhound meetings can be found in
Daily Telegraph sport
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FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
199s0 COONAWARRA dwh
7 G Waterhouse & A Bott
3219s PLYMOUTH ROAD w
4 Matthew Smith
6130stSEGENHOE
11 Clare Cunningham
3s271 NICCI’S GOLD w
9 G Portelli
894s9 OUR GRAVANO w
3 K A Lees
s5411 DAWN RAID h
6 J A O’Shea
70s90 OUR BELISA wh
13 John Thompson
26s63 INTUERI d
10 M, W & J Hawkes
5s997 SPARKY LAD
12 C J Waller
03012 TAHSIN
14 Joseph Pride
s2822 SUPER STAR BOB
5 Matthew Dale
23035 MERCURIAL LAD w
15 B Joseph & P & M Jones
41s23 TOROSO wh
1 P & P Snowden
34156 WEEKEND AFFAIR dwn 8 J C Coyle
Emergency
15 539s1 ANIMALIA w
2 Matthew Dale
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9
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11
12
13
14
JOCKEY
A Hyeronimus
Ms R King
SCRATCHED
J Collett
B Avdulla
SCRATCHED
T Marquand
T Berry
J Mc Donald
R Dolan (a3)
J Bowman
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
C Brown
SCRATCHED
WGT
61
59
59
58.5
58.5
58
57.5
57.5
57.5
57
56.5
54.5
54.5
53.5
26.00
71.00
—
5.00
23.00
—
51.00
8.00
5.50
7.50
*4.20
13.00
10.00
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53
10.00
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 2100m. STRAIGHT: 401m. DIRECTION: Clockwise. LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): J B Mc Donald (8 wins past 12 mths). LEADING
TRAINER (with runners): C J Waller (13 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD
(past 3 yrs): 29.17% Win 31.94% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1100m (6)4wins. TRAINER CHANGES: R3 (6) was trained by Ms B Joseph & P A Jones
now B Joseph & P & M Jones. R4 (2) was trained by M Baker & A Forsman
now C J Waller. R6 (6) was trained by D K Weir now Matthew Smith.
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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RANDWICK
(KENSINGTON)
FORM
RACE 1
2yos
Adam Sherry
THE BIG6 this weekend
starts with tonight’s Canterbury Park races (R3-8) along
with Newcastle harness
(R3-8) and Wentworth Park
greyhounds (R4-9). Tomorrow, there is a $30,000
BIG6 jackpot at Randwick
(Kensington) races (R4-9).
Tomorrow night, the BIG6
is on Wentworth Park greyhounds (R4-9) and Menangle harness (R3-8). Sunday’s
BIG6 is on Gilgandra races
(R3-8).
RANDWICK R4 (2.30pm)
1. Pembroke Castle won
well at Canterbury two
starts ago. Drifted back
from wide draw last start
behind Gongs. 7. Ljungberg
was very good breaking
his maiden at Canterbury
first-up. 9. Sure Knee will be
close to peak fitness after
two handy efforts.
RANDWICK R5 (3.05pm)
4. Gongs came with a welltimed run to win at Warwick
Farm last start to win and
can go back-to-back. 5.
The Art Of The Bar had
her chance when second
to Nicci’s Gold last start
after leading. Won previous
three in good style. 1. Sweet
Scandal drops in class and
has claims.
RANDWICK R6 (3.40pm)
7. Let’s Party Marty was
caught wide without cover
and battled on bravely for
a close second to Gongs.
Can break through here.
1. Astoria was narrowly
beaten by Monsieur Sisu last
start and will give a great
sight. 5. Poetic Charmer
and 4. Regent must be kept
safe.
RANDWICK R7 (4.20pm)
4. Sir Bacchus stormed
home for an overdue win at
Warwick Farm last time out.
Looks a strong chance again.
9. Gresham backs up from
his third at Randwick last
weekend and gets the 3kg
claim with Robbie Dolan.
1. Spectroscope charged
late when just beaten by
Sir Bacchus and will be
thereabouts again.
RANDWICK R8 (5.00pm)
4. Heart Conquered has
dominated from the front to
win his past two starts. May
not get his own way in front
here but can still get the job
done. 3. Revenire will get a
cosy run from the draw and
run on strongly. 11. Sei Stella
has claims on her first-up win.
RANDWICK R9 (5.40pm)
11. Super Star Bob has been
runner-up at his past two
starts and gets his chance
to break through. 8. Intueri
rates well on his last start
second.
BIG6 NUMBERS
Leg 1: 1, 2, 7
Leg 2: 1, 4, 5
Leg 3: 1, 4, 5, 7
Leg 4: 1, 4, 9
Leg 5: 3, 4, 11
Leg 6: 8, 11
Suggested bet: $30
Bet percentage: 4.62%
12.40 (1150m)
Track stats (past 12 months)
Winning favourites over this dist: 25%
Winning barriers over this track and
dist: 1: 25%, 2: 0%, 3: 25%, 4: 0%, 5: 25%,
6: 25%, 7: 0%, 8: 0%, 9: 0%,
1. HIGHTAIL (3) 58
b g 2 Written Tycoon [All: 13.1% Dry: 14.1% Wet:
12.0%] — La Paris (Falvelon [All: 12.1% Dry: 12.8%
Wet: 11.5%]) (P & P Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$28,740
2
1
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
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1
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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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1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1)
1st UP: 1:1-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 50%
PLACE: 100%
LAST 15 STARTS: 13
WON, 15Dec18 0.8L, 1.8L Kembla Grange 2yo
Mdn 1000m 58 (M Bell 1) 8, Lim 55, 58.03s (Last
600m 34.15), Heavy(8), Paris 56 2, Bollywood
56 3, Vulpes 58 4, Btg $6.50, $9.00 5th to 800m,
4th turn. Blocked for a run near turn.
3RD, 29Dec18 1.5L, lng hd Randwick 2yo
Open 1000m 58 (C Reith 6) 11, Lim 54.5, 57.23s
(Last 600m 34.66, Last 200m 12.18), Good(4),
Movie Role 54.5 1, Igniting 57 2, Giselle Anne 55
4, Btg $7.50, $6.00 4th settling, 5th turn.
Finished solidly to place at Randwick at
latest. Drawn well and Bowman rides. Rates
highly.
2. JAHBATH (4) 56.5
ch c 2 Foxwedge [All: 13.5% Dry: 13.2% Wet:
13.8%] — Inniskillen (NZ) (Centaine [All: 11.2%
Dry: 11.2% Wet: 11.3%]) (D & B Hayes & T
Dabernig)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 04Dec18 lng nck, 3.8L Rosehill 2nd
2YO , C & G’s Btria 900m, (K Mc Evoy 1) 7, Catch
weights, 55.67 secs (Last 600m 35.70), Track
Good(4), Deterge 2, Olympic 3, Bacchus 4,
2ND, 20Dec18 3L, 0.8L Canterbury 3rd 2YO
, C & G’s Btria 900m, (K Mc Evoy 2) 8, Catch
weights, 55.12 secs (Last 600m 35.36), Track
Heavy(8), Mandela 1, Coast 3, Splintex 4,
Trials: (2:1-1-0). Earlier trial winner. Good
draw. Bears close watching.
3. PERALTA (9) 56.5
b/br g 2 Pierro [All: 16.4% Dry: 16.0% Wet:
16.8%] — Quasera (Flying Spur [All: 11.2% Dry:
11.9% Wet: 10.5%]) (David Payne)
LAST 15 STARTS:
4TH, 04Dec18 6.6L Rosehill 1st 2YO , C & G’s
Btria 900m, (K S Latham 4) 6, Catch weights,
55.23 secs (Last 600m 35.30), Track Good(4),
Vulpes 1, Deep Chill 2, Twentyfour Carat 3,
5TH, 20Dec18 5.3L Canterbury 3rd 2YO , C &
G’s Btria 900m, (B Prebble 5) 8, Catch weights,
55.12 secs (Last 600m 35.36), Track Heavy(8),
Mandela 1, Jahbath 2, Coast 3,
Trials: (2:0-0-0). Unplaced in trials and
poorly drawn. Prefer to see at this stage.
8. AVON RIVER (1) 54.5
b f 2 Fastnet Rock [All: 13.7% Dry: 13.9% Wet:
13.6%] — Lady Melksham (Artie Schiller (US) [All:
10.4% Dry: 9.8% Wet: 11.1%]) (James Cummings)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 27Dec18 sht nck, 1.5L Warwick Farm
2nd 2YO , Fillies Btria 807m, (J B Mc Donald 1)
8, Catch weights, 47.85 secs (Last 600m 33.20),
Track Soft(5), Shrug 2, Splashy 3, Lilly Pilly 4,
Trials: (1:1-0-0). Godolphin filly who has
shown ability at the trials. Nice gate. Treat
warily.
9. MY FIRE PHOENIX (7) 54.5
br/gr f 2 The Factor (US) [All: 9.8% Dry: 10.5%
Wet: 9.1%] — Wild Soiree (US) (Fusaichi Pegasus
(US) [All: 10.4% Dry: 11.0% Wet: 9.8%]) (J G
Sargent)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 20Dec18 1.3L, 1/2 nck Canterbury 1st
2YO , Fillies Btria 900m, (Tommy Berry 1) 7,
Catch weights, 54.81 secs (Last 600m 35.08),
Track Heavy(8), Egyptian Missile 2, Libertini 3,
Capitoline Lady 4,
Trials: (1:1-0-0). Indicated talent at the
trials. Market watch advised.
10. ISLANDS (6) 54
b f 2 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8% Wet:
14.7%] — Bella Maddelena (Flying Spur [All: 11.2%
Dry: 11.9% Wet: 10.5%]) (Brad Widdup)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$5250
1
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
—
1
—
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 5
5TH, 12Dec18 5.7L Wyong 2yo Open 1100m
54.5 (C Reith 1) 9, Set weights, 1:03.47 (Last
600m 33.76), Good(4), Unite And Conquer
56.5 1, Exhilarates 54.5 2, Spaceboy 56.5 3, Btg
$41.00, $51.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn. Slowly
away.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Needs to improve on modest
debut performance. Faces a task.
11. UNDERWOOD (2) 54
b f 2 Deep Field [All: 25.0% Dry: 16.7% Wet:
33.3%] — Cautious (Lonhro [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.6%
Wet: 13.2%]) (Billy Healey)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$3500
1
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
—
1
—
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 4
4TH, 22Dec18 2.4L Eagle Farm 2yo Open
1000m 54 (M Mc Gillivray 3) 10, Lim 54, 57.39s
(Last 600m 33.74), Good(4), Dubious 59 1,
Devine Factor 54 2, Country Cocktail 54.5 3,
Btg $10.00, $13.00, $12.00 3rd to turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Raced Greenly. Inconvenienced on
straightening.
Far from disgraced behind current Magic
Millions fav at Eagle Farm debut. Not
hopeless.
RACE 2
EQ1
3yo & up Benchmark 88
1.20 (1150m)
Track stats (past 12 months)
Winning favourites over this dist: 25%
Winning barriers over this track and
dist: 1: 25%, 2: 0%, 3: 25%, 4: 0%, 5: 25%,
6: 25%, 7: 0%, 8: 0%, 9: 0%,
4. TWENTYFOUR CARAT (10)
56.5
b c 2 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8% Wet:
14.7%] — Ten Carat Rock (Rock Of Gibraltar (IR)
[All: 11.4% Dry: 11.0% Wet: 11.7%]) (J A O’Shea)
LAST 15 STARTS:
5TH, 21Nov18 2L Warwick Farm 2YO , C & G’s
Btria 807m, (T Angland 5) 9, Catch weights,
48.15 secs (Last 600m 34.20), Track Good(4),
Aeecee Vinco 1, Saint Ambrose 2, Krameric 3,
3RD, 04Dec18 1.5L, lng hd Rosehill 1st 2YO ,
C & G’s Btria 900m, (Tommy Berry 3) 6, Catch
weights, 55.23 secs (Last 600m 35.30), Track
Good(4), Vulpes 1, Deep Chill 2, Peralta 4,
3RD, 27Dec18 lng hd, 3L Warwick Farm 2nd
2YO , C & G’s Btria 807m, (Tommy Berry 3) 7,
Catch weights, 47.95 secs (Last 600m 33.60),
Track Soft(5), Dawn Passage 1, Navy Cross 2,
Sandstorm 4,
Trials: (4:0-0-3). Trialled fairly. Badly
drawn but use betting as a further guide.
5. VICI (5) 56.5
b c 2 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8% Wet:
14.7%] — Emmalene (Jet Spur [All: 11.8% Dry:
12.3% Wet: 11.2%]) (P & P Snowden)
LAST 15 STARTS:
4TH, 17Sep18 6.1L Randwick-Kensington 2YO
, C & G’s Btria 849m, (J B Mc Donald 6) 6, Catch
weights, 49.42 secs (Last 600m 33.80), Track
Good(4), King’s Champ 1, Lionsgate 2, Hightail 3,
4TH, 07Dec18 2.3L Hawkesbury 2YO , C & G’s
Btria 760m, (C Reith 4) 6, Catch weights, 44.73
secs , Track Good(4), Tang Treasure 1, Coast 2,
Hightail 3,
3RD, 20Dec18 2.8L, sht hd Canterbury 2nd
2YO , C & G’s Btria 900m, (K Mc Evoy 3) 8, Catch
weights, 55.78 secs (Last 600m 35.66), Track
Heavy(8), Igniting 1, Savoury 2, Oslo 4,
Trials: (3:0-0-1). Trialled well and stable
get them firing quickly.
6. NAMIMO (11) 56
ch f 2 Choisir — Exsqueeze Me D & B Hayes & T
Dabernig
SCRATCHED
7. ASIAGO (8) 54.5
b f 2 Medaglia D’Oro (US) [All: 13.8% Dry: 13.5%
Wet: 14.2%] — Disputes (Manton [All: 10.4% Dry:
11.7% Wet: 9.1%]) (James Cummings)
SCRATCHED
1. MALAISE (4) 62.5
ch g 5 Helmet [All: 10.1% Dry: 12.3% Wet: 7.9%]
— Insouciance (Quest For Fame (GB) [All: 10.3%
Dry: 9.2% Wet: 11.5%]) (James Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$345,155
18
4
7
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
18
—
14
1
3
—
Wins
—
3
—
1
—
2nds
—
7
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1300 (1) 1400 (3)
1st UP: 4:0-2-2
2nd UP: 4:1-2-0
3rd UP: 3:2-1-0
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 22.2%
PLACE: 77.8%
RTG: 93
LAST 15 STARTS: s251152s321632s
6TH, 28Jul18 1.2L Caulfield Open 1400m 55.5
(J Childs 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:25.14 (Last 600m 35.20,
Last 200m 11.50), Good(4), Chamois Road 56.5
1, Lizard Island 54 2, Call Me Handsome 54 3, Btg
$7.50, $10.00 9th settling, 11th turn. Passed fit at
barrier. Ran wide on straightening.
3RD, 04Aug18 0.5L, 2L Moonee Valley Open
1600m 55.5 (C Williams 13) 13, Lim 54, 1:35.93
(Last 600m 35.38, Last 200m 11.96), Good(3),
Call Me Handsome 54 1, Rhythm To Spare 55 2,
Mihany 54 4, Btg $5.50 9th to turn. Overraced
early, middle stages.
2ND, 25Aug18 0.5L, sht hd Moonee Valley
Open 1519m 55.5 (C Williams 9) 13, Lim 54,
1:31.40 (Last 600m 37.06, Last 200m 12.72),
Good(4), Theanswermyfriend 58 1, Moss ‘n’
Dale 57 3, Odeon 58 4, Btg $10.00, $12.00 8th
to 800m, 6th turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --Fitter for 4¼ len 4th The Drake 807m W
Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27. First-up.
Consistent Godolphin gelding who placed
in Open company at Moonee Valley first-up
last campaign. Decent alley. Can’t be taken
lightly.
2. EASY EDDIE (6) 61
b g 4 Super Easy (NZ) [All: 13.7% Dry: 16.9%
Wet: 10.4%] — Twin Town (GB) (Halling (US) [All:
20.8% Dry: 20.7% Wet: 21.0%]) (Joseph Pride)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$286,775
17
6
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
—
13
3
1
—
Wins
—
3
3
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
4
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:1-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (3) 1200 (2) 1250 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-1-1
2nd UP: 3:2-0-0
3rd UP: 2:2-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-1
WIN: 35.3%
PLACE: 76.5%
RTG: 90
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s4813218133s31
3RD, 21Jul18 2.3L, 2.3L Randwick Open
1100m 53 (K Mc Evoy 4) 11, Lim 53, 1:02.53
(Last 600m 33.99, Last 200m 12.03), Good(3),
Tactical Advantage 54 including 0.5 over 1, Dal
Cielo 56.5 2, Isorich 50.5 4, Btg $4.80, $5.50 6th
to turn. Lost a plate.
--- SPELL --3RD, 01Dec18 sht hd, 0.8L Rosehill 3 and 4yo
Bm78 1100m 60.5 (R Dolan 9) 10, Lim 52, 1:03.49
(Last 600m 33.65, Last 200m 11.40), Good(4),
Kapajack 52 1, Mister Songman 56 2, Regimen
56.5 4, Btg $8.00, $9.00, $8.50 led settling, 3rd
turn. Wide throughout.
WON, 22Dec18 1/2 nck, 1.3L Warwick Farm
Bm88 1200m 55.5 (R Dolan 8) 11, Lim 53.5, 1:11.74
(Last 600m 35.90, Last 200m 12.24), Soft(7),
Bel Sonic 55.5 2, Redouble 56.5 3, Bon Amis 60
4, Btg $4.80, $5.50, $5.00 3rd to turn.
Talented gelding who posted a game win
from off the pace last start. Fitter for two
runs back and remains a key player.
3. BOLERO KING (8) 58.5
ch g 6 Nicconi [All: 14.5% Dry: 14.4% Wet: 14.6%]
— Bolero Queen (Iglesia [All: 9.1% Dry: 10.0%
Wet: 8.2%]) (C E Conners)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$162,885
16
5
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
16
—
12
4
—
—
Wins
—
4
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (2) 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:2-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-1
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 31.3%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 85
LAST 15 STARTS: 3s12580s113869s
8TH, 21Apr18 4.3L Randwick (G 3) Hall Mark
Stakes 1200m 56 (T Clark 5) 9, Set wts with
pen, 1:08.23 ((race record) Last 600m 33.86,
Last 200m 11.96), Good(3), Burning Passion 58
1, Oxford Poet 57 2, Dothraki 58 3, Btg $6.00,
$7.00 7th to turn. Inquiry into performance.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
6TH, 05May18 3.2L Rosehill Bm94 1350m
57.5 (A Hyeronimus 7) 8, Lim 54, 1:20.68 ((class
record) Last 600m 35.50, Last 200m 12.36),
Good(4), Tougherthantherest 57 1, Special
Missile 56 2, Serene Miss 56 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00
2nd settling, 3rd 800m, 4th turn. Laid in near
200m.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 02Jun18 4L Rosehill Bm85 1100m
61.5 (T Clark 5) 13, Lim 53, 1:04.92 (Last 600m
34.49), Good(4), Top Striker 57 1, Nictock 57
2, Difficult To Get 55 3, Btg $15.00, $11.00 3rd
settling, 5th turn.
--- SPELL --Strips fitter for 2¼ len 2nd Rebel Miss
807m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec
27. Resuming. Won in BM80 company at
Canterbury first-up last campaign. Worth
some thought.
4. SUSPENSE (2) 58.5
b g 6 Keano (NZ) [All: 15.0% Dry: 13.4% Wet:
16.7%] — Intrigues (Night Shift (US) [All: 12.8%
Dry: 13.2% Wet: 12.5%]) (P & P Snowden)
SCRATCHED
5. MAPMAKER (3) 56.5
b g 7 Henrythenavigator (US) [All: 10.2% Dry:
9.1% Wet: 11.2%] — Royal Covers (Brahms (US)
[All: 10.8% Dry: 11.1% Wet: 10.6%]) (T R Martin)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$358,400
41
8
8
7
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
41
1
25
10
5
—
Wins
—
6
2
—
—
2nds
—
6
1
1
—
3rds
1
4
1
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (2) 1300 (1) 1400
(2) 1500 (2)
1st UP: 6:1-2-1
2nd UP: 6:0-1-0
3rd UP: 5:1-1-2
4th UP: 5:2-0-1
WIN: 19.5%
PLACE: 56.1%
RTG: 81
LAST 15 STARTS: 25s303781302517
5TH, 17Nov18 .8 L Rosehill Bm78 1300m 59
(A Hyeronimus 5) 12, Lim 53, 1:17.03 (Last 600m
34.02, Last 200m 11.28), Good(4), Sweet Deal
56 including 0.5 over 1, Newsfan 59 2, Catesby
56.5 3, Btg $13.00, $16.00 2nd settling, 3rd turn.
Wide throughout.
WON, 01Dec18 hd, 1.3L Rosehill Bm88
1300m 54 (A Hyeronimus 3) 11, Lim 53, 1:17.19
(Last 600m 34.45, Last 200m 11.62), Good(4),
Catesby 51 2, Drachenfels 56 3, Gresham 56 4,
Btg $4.60, $5.00, $4.60 3rd settling, 2nd turn.
7TH, 08Dec18 3.5L Rosehill Bm88 1400m
56.5 (A Hyeronimus 1) 10, Lim 52, 1:22.54 (Last
600m 35.28, Last 200m 11.94), Good(3), Irithea
56.5 1, Smartedge 55.5 2, Onslaught 55 3, Btg
$4.00, $4.20 (fav). 5th to turn. Blocked for a run
on straightening. Blocked for a run in straight.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Wasn’t all that far away at
Rosehill last outing. Good win two starts
back. Each-way chance from decent draw.
6. INTUITION (1) 56
b g 4 Street Cry (IR) [All: 13.7% Dry: 13.5% Wet:
13.9%] — Radar (Exceed And Excel [All: 13.0%
Dry: 13.4% Wet: 12.5%]) (James Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$192,895
14
5
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
—
10
3
1
—
Wins
—
5
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (3) 1250 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-1-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 35.7%
PLACE: 42.9%
RTG: 80
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s1114s659118s7
FRIDAY JANUARY 4 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
WON, 04Aug18 1.3L, nse Randwick Bm82
1200m 57.5 (J Bowman 5) 11, Lim 53, 1:08.59
((track record) Last 600m 34.16, Last 200m
11.50), Good(3), Oriental Runner 57.5 2,
Smartedge 59 3, Bella Vella 54.5 4, Btg $4.60,
$7.50 5th to turn.
8TH, 25Aug18 6.9L Rosehill Bm91 1200m
56 including 0.5 over (J Bowman 1) 12, Lim 53,
1:11.89 (Last 600m 35.20, Last 200m 12.44),
Soft(5), Don’t Give A Damn 55.5 1, Trekking 58 2,
Renewal 55 including 1 over 3, Btg $6.00, $9.00
7th settling, 8th turn. Rider - didn’t handle
going. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --7TH, 22Dec18 3L Warwick Farm Bm88 1200m
56 (T Berry 6) 11, Lim 53.5, 1:11.74 (Last 600m
35.90, Last 200m 12.06), Soft(7), Easy Eddie
55.5 1, Bel Sonic 55.5 2, Redouble 56.5 3, Btg
$13.00, $16.00, $15.00 7th settling, 10th turn.
Hampered near 200m.
Fair effort without threatening at
Warwick Farm first-up. Has had success
second-up. Worth including from
favourable draw.
7. ALL TOO ROYAL (5) 53
b g 4 All Too Hard [All: 14.6% Dry: 15.8% Wet:
13.4%] — Bel Mer (Bel Esprit [All: 12.0% Dry:
13.5% Wet: 10.6%]) (C Maher & D Eustace)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$63,435
8
3
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
—
6
2
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
1
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-2-0
DIST: 1:0-1-0
Won over: 1000 (2) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:2-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 37.5%
PLACE: 75%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 47s13s1122
WON, 04Nov18 1.5L, 1L Mornington Bm64
1000m 61 (L Currie 5) 8, Lim 54.5, 58.58 secs ,
Good(3), Eastern Pegasus 59.5 2, Pure Rebel
60.5 3, Levitical 58.5 4, Btg $1.90, $1.80 (fav).
4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Wide throughout.
2ND, 22Nov18 1/2 nck, nse RandwickKensington Bm70 1100m 60 (K Mc Evoy 4) 7,
Lim 55, 1:03.73 (Last 600m 34.99), Good(4),
Phoebe’s Lass 55 1, November Man 56 including
0.5 over 3, Ellie’s Encore 60.5 4, Btg $2.25, $1.80,
$1.90 (fav). 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 21Dec18 1/2 hd, 2.3L RandwickKensington Bm76 1150m 58 (J Mc Donald 3) 9,
Lim 54, 1:06.23 (Last 600m 34.72), Soft(5), Tell
Me 54 1, Sikhing Glory 60 3, Witches 57 4, Btg
$4.80, $4.60 2nd throughout.
Honest competitor who fought on
bravely to just miss here last time out. Right
in this.
8. EVER SO NATURAL (7) 53
b g 7 Zizou [All: 10.6% Dry: 10.4% Wet: 10.9%]
— Solysombra (Iglesia [All: 9.1% Dry: 10.0% Wet:
8.2%]) (T J Bartley)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$222,965
35
6
5
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
35
—
20
11
4
—
Wins
—
6
—
—
—
2nds
—
5
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
4
1
—
TRACK: 2:1-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1005 (1) 1100 (2) 1200 (1) 1208 (1)
1312 (1)
1st UP: 7:2-1-1
2nd UP: 7:0-0-4
3rd UP: 6:2-0-0
4th UP: 5:1-2-0
WIN: 17.1%
PLACE: 48.6%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s6361612709s09
9TH, 25Jul18 1.8L Canterbury Bm77 1200m
57.5 (Ms M Weir 8) 12, Lim 53, 1:10.18 (Last 600m
35.51), Good(4), Smartedge 59.5 1, Metamorphic
54.5 2, Ghostly 60.5 3, Btg $31.00, $51.00 10th to
turn. Checked near turn.
--- SPELL --LAST, 08Dec18 7L Rosehill Bm88 1100m 53.5
(Ms W Costin 2) 13, Lim 52, 1:02.79 (Last 600m
33.83, Last 200m 12.08), Good(3), Bon Amis 57
1, Jorda 56 2, Coruscate 58 3, Btg $31.00, $71.00,
$61.00 6th to turn.
LAST, 21Dec18 4.7L Randwick-Kensington
Bm76 1150m 57 (R Dolan 6) 9, Lim 54, 1:06.23
(Last 600m 34.72), Soft(5), Tell Me 54 1, All
Too Royal 58 2, Sikhing Glory 60 3, Btg $31.00,
$41.00 Last to 800m, 8th turn.
Just battled home in weaker class here at
latest. Faces stronger opposition now. Not
fancied.
RACE 3
EQ2
3yo & up Class 3
1.55 (1300m)
Track stats (past 12 months)
Winning favourites over this dist: 9%
Winning barriers over this track and
dist: 1: 0%, 2: 9%, 3: 18%, 4: 9%, 5: 9%,
6: 18%, 7: 18%, 8: 18%, 9: 0%, 10: 0%, 11:
0%,
1. LA SCOPA (8) 59
ch m 4 Show A Heart [All: 12.1% Dry: 11.9% Wet:
12.4%] — Amalfi Dreams (Testa Rossa [All: 11.4%
Dry: 11.7% Wet: 11.2%]) (M J Dunn)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$89,155
11
2
4
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
5
6
—
—
Wins
—
—
2
—
—
2nds
—
2
2
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1350 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-1-1
2nd UP: 3:1-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-2-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 18.2%
PLACE: 72.7%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 342s112803s22
3RD, 04Jul18 lng nck, 0.8L Ipswich (Metro)
F&M’s Cls 3 1100m 54 (C Gallagher 2) 7, Set
weights, 1:05.12 (Last 600m 33.78), Soft(5),
Prue’s Angel 59 1, Sheezalady 56 2, Witness 59
4, Btg $2.80, $4.00 6th to turn. Difficult to load.
--- SPELL ---
2ND, 07Dec18 lng nck, lng nck Doomben
Cls 2 1200m 57 (J Collett 10) 10, Set weights,
1:10.59 (Last 600m 34.46), Soft(5), Cabin
Fever 55.5 1, Cabeirian 59 3, Knock Toff 59 4,
Btg $9.00, $12.00 9th to 800m, 8th turn. Wide
throughout.
2ND, 22Dec18 lng hd, 1.3L Eagle Farm Cls 3
1200m 55.5 (J Byrne 11) 14, Set weights, 1:09.41
(Last 600m 33.41), Good(4), Desert Man 55.5
1, Cabin Fever 55.5 3, Crystal Amor 55.5 4, Btg
$12.00, $11.00, $16.00 8th settling, 7th turn.
Jumped awkwardly. Laid in near 200m.
Honest customer. Worked home solidly
to place at Eagle Farm last start. Fitter thirdup. Among the dangers.
2. ELEGANT ELLEN (2) 56.5
b/br m 4 Casino Prince [All: 10.8% Dry: 10.8%
Wet: 10.7%] — Kartini (Canny Lad [All: 11.6% Dry:
12.3% Wet: 11.0%]) (R & L Clarke)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$54,150
8
3
3
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
—
4
3
1
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
2
1
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 900 (1) 1300 (1) 1408 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-2-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 37.5%
PLACE: 75%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 126s22151
WON, 01Nov18 1.5L, 0.5L Sapphire Coast
Bm58 1408m 58.5 (S Guymer 3) 9, Lim 54,
1:24.73 (Last 600m 35.62), Good(4), Sonnets 59
2, Tyres Are Crucial 59.5 3, Tipta Tantivy 57 4, Btg
$2.25, $2.50, $2.35 (fav). led throughout.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 24Nov18 4.2L Rosehill Cls 3 1500m 53
(J Innes Jnr 1) 10, Lim 53, 1:30.67 (Last 600m
35.18, Last 200m 12.51), Good(3), Carillon 53.5 1,
Polemic 57.5 2, Blue Collar Boy 53 3, Btg $11.00,
$13.00 led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 23Dec18 1L, 1.5L Moruya Cls 2 1300m
59 (M Travers 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.19 (Last 600m
35.01), Soft(6), Classic Conquest 54.5 2, A Snip
Of Cyndy 59 3, Ethanicity 57 4, Btg $3.80, $4.60
led throughout.
Determined effort from handy position
to win at Moruya last outing. Only a place
chance.
3. ROY’S COMMAND (13) 56
br g 4 Commands [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.5% Wet:
13.4%] — Judicial Queen (Unbridled’s Song (US)
[All: 13.2% Dry: 14.7% Wet: 11.6%]) (T S Howlett)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$55,980
12
3
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
8
4
—
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-1-0
Won over: 950 (1) 1250 (1) 1450 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:1-1-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 41.7%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 08s140221s4801
8TH, 20Oct18 3.2L Newcastle Bm64 1400m
56.5 (J Adams 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:24.47 (Last
600m 34.37), Good(3), Buddy’s Ode 54 1, High
Tranquility 58 2, Silent Dream 51 3, Btg $4.60,
$5.00 5th settling, 6th 800m, 7th turn. Vetted
- no abnormalities.
--- LET-UP --12TH, 08Dec18 14.1L Rosehill Cls 3 1400m
51.5 (Ms J Duggan 13) 13, Lim 53, 1:22.87 (Last
600m 35.28, Last 200m 13.36), Good(3), Our
Rosemaree 53.5 1, Chewbacca 58 2, Hemmerle
57.5 3, Btg $61.00, $81.00 9th settling, 5th
800m, Last turn. Hampered at start. Wide
throughout.
WON, 23Dec18 1L, nse Taree Cls 3 1250m 56.5
(A Gibbons 2) 13, Lim 54, 1:14.18 (Last 600m
37.25), Soft(5), Typhoon Bonny 57 2, More Chilli
58.5 3, Better Not Fly 58.5 4, Btg $13.00, $16.00
9th to 800m, 8th turn.
Awkwardly drawn in stronger line-up.
Place only.
4. THE GRANDSON (1) 56
b g 5 Savabeel [All: 11.9% Dry: 12.1% Wet: 11.7%]
— Millililli (NZ) (Pins [All: 13.0% Dry: 13.9% Wet:
12.0%]) (Darryl Roberts)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$60,355
21
3
3
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
—
17
4
—
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1300 (1) 1400 (2)
1st UP: 6:2-1-0
2nd UP: 5:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 28.6%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 59s8047s1092025
LAST, 14Nov18 15.6L Hawkesbury Bm64
1600m 57 (J Van Overmeire 12) 12, Lim 56, 1:35
(Last 600m 33.50), Good(3), Wolfe 59.5 1, Savvy
Ken 60 2, Nagging 56 3, Btg $101.00 4th settling,
2nd to 800m, 4th turn.
2ND, 21Nov18 1.5L, 1.5L Newcastle Cls 4
1350m 56 (R Dolan 8) 10, Set weights, 1:20.93
(Last 600m 36.90), Good(4), Cosmic Reign 59
1, Gronky 56 3, Enlightened Boy 53 4, Btg $8.50,
$7.50, $8.50 9th to 800m, 7th turn.
5TH, 08Dec18 2.3L Newcastle Bm70 1200m
54 (A Layt 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:11.64 (Last 600m
32.89), Good(3), Oakfield Missile 57 1, Shelley
Beach Road 57.5 2, Art D’Amour 58.5 3, Btg
$12.00, $21.00 6th to 800m, 7th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Ran home respectably at
Newcastle at latest. Place makes best
appeal.
5. IBINI (6) 55.5
br g 4 Commands [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.5% Wet:
13.4%] — Chaste (Lonhro [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.6%
Wet: 13.2%]) (B F Cavanough)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$39,765
7
2
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
4
3
—
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
3
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1210 (1)
Continued page 35
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From page 34
1st UP: 3:2-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-1-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 28.6%
PLACE: 85.7%
RTG: 60
LAST 15 STARTS: 3s128s133
WON, 26Oct18 0.8L, 1/2 nck Scone Cls 2
1100m 56.5 (A Layt 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:04.01 (Last
600m 34.13), Good(3), Off The Dial 54 2, Cloud
Cover 52.5 3, Axel Bling 54 4, Btg $21.00, $9.00
2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 19Nov18 1/2 nck, sht hd Scone Cls 3
1100m 57.5 (A Layt 4) 11, Lim 54, 1:03.51 (Last
600m 33.17), Good(3), Petra Jewel 56.5 1, Buddy
Honest 57.5 2, Vega De Lago 61.5 4, Btg $4.80,
$6.00, $5.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 13Dec18 0.8L, 0.5L Coffs Harbour Bm66
1200m 58 (A Gibbons 2) 14, Lim 54, 1:11.84 (Last
600m 35.52), Good(4), Tarbert 58.5 1, Typhoon
Bonny 56.5 2, Bright Future 61 4, Btg $4.20,
$5.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Knocking on the door again
and rates among the top prospects. Take
beating.
6. DUTCHESSE MOSHE (3) 55.5
b/br m 4 Moshe [All: 9.6% Dry: 10.4% Wet: 8.9%]
— Hops (Galileo (IR) [All: 14.4% Dry: 13.7% Wet:
15.1%]) (B Joseph & P & M Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$46,680
12
3
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
6
3
1
2
Wins
—
2
—
—
1
2nds
—
1
—
—
1
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 3:2-1-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1280 (1) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 2:2-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-1
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 15235s1051626s
6TH, 06Jun18 7.9L Canterbury , F&M’s Bm72
1250m 54.5 (C Reith 5) 9, Lim 53, 1:16.19 (Last
600m 37.82), Heavy(8), Filomena’s Grace 58.5
1, Villa Carlotta 57.5 2, Stilettoed Vixen 57 3, Btg
$5.00, $5.50, $5.00 (fav). 6th throughout.
2ND, 22Jun18 sht nck, 1L Canberra Acton
Bm63 1280m 59.5 (C Reith 9) 9, Lim 54, 1:14.65
(Last 600m 35.46), Synthetic, Emerald Fortune
59.5 1, Dylan’s Deeva 58.5 3, Wicked Sensation
58 4, Btg $2.35, $1.90 (fav). 2nd throughout.
6TH, 06Jul18 6.1L Goulburn Bm66 1400m
58.5 (N Heywood 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:22.82 (Last
600m 37.05), Good(3), Dawn Raid 59.5 1,
Charcuterie 59.5 2, Excited Prince 58.5 3, Btg
$2.50, $2.25, $2.80 (fav). 2nd settling, 3rd
800m, 4th turn. Stewards queried run. Vetted
- no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --Had the benefit of 1¼ len 4th Willangie
900m Canberra barrier trial Good(3) Dec
28. First-up. Saluted at Wagga first-up last
time in and she’s a poven performer over
this trip. Drawn to receive every chance.
Should be competitive.
7. REWARD THE CHASER (14)
54.5
b g 4 Reward For Effort [All: 11.2% Dry: 11.9% Wet:
10.5%] — Dream Chaser (Charge Forward [All:
10.8% Dry: 11.0% Wet: 10.5%]) (B F Cavanough)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$36,535
12
2
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
8
3
1
—
Wins
—
1
—
1
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1175 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:1-0-1
WIN: 16.7%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 77s823138s6153
WON, 03Nov18 2L, 1.5L Dubbo Cls 1 1200m
59 (Ms L G Henry 2) 11, Lim 54, 1:09.73 , Good(4),
Late Return 56 2, Arctic Warrior 56 3, Poppy’s
Freckle 56.5 4, Btg $5.00, $11.00 led throughout.
Hung out near turn.
5TH, 19Nov18 2.8L Scone Bm58 1600m
60.5 (A Layt 12) 13, Lim 54, 1:36.82 (Last 600m
34.59), Good(3), Sunday Swindler 58 1, Winter
Sonata 58 2, Shangato 61 3, Btg $5.00, $5.50,
$4.60 led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 13Dec18 sht hd, lng nck Coffs Harbour
Cls 3 1400m 56 (Ms T Harrison 3) 15, Lim 54,
1:23.71 (Last 600m 37.33), Good(4), Nooks
And Crannies 55.5 1, Midweek Hussler 54.5 2,
Giddyup 54 4, Btg $7.00, $9.00 led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Prominent and showed
plenty of fight at Coffs Harbour last outing.
Free-running. Keep in mind.
8. SHE CLANGS (5) 54
ch m 6 Clang [All: 10.5% Dry: 10.0% Wet: 11.0%]
— Secret Stash (Secret Savings (US) [All: 11.2%
Dry: 10.5% Wet: 11.9%]) (C R Dixon)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$50,685
21
3
1
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
—
13
7
1
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
3
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 900 (1) 1015 (1) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-1
2nd UP: 3:1-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 38.1%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: s31s07703371941
9TH, 19Nov18 5.5L Grafton Cls 3 1200m 52.5
(Cejay Graham 1) 13, Lim 54, 1:08.92 (Last 600m
34.06), Good(4), Camillo 57 1, Tarbert 58.5 2,
Midweek Hussler 55.5 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00 4th
to turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 14Dec18 1.6L Scone Cls 3 900m 54 (L
Cumberland 1) 9, Lim 54, 51.61s (Last 600m
33.46), Soft(6), Norske Code 54 1, Silver Melody
59.5 2, Miss Fisher 56.5 3, Btg $151.00, $101.00
6th to turn. Slowly away.
WON, 22Dec18 0.5L, 0.5L Newcastle Cls 2
900m 51 (Cejay Graham 7) 8, Lim 54, 52.76s
(Last 600m 33.10), Good(4), Dreamy Belle 56.5
2, Invincible Lad 59 3, Oakfield Missile 57 4, Btg
$51.00, $41.00 5th to turn.
Impressive win at long odds at Newcastle
last time out. Keep safe.
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9. TE ATA (7) 53.5
br m 4 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8%
Wet: 14.7%] — Chickasaw (NZ) (Flying Spur [All:
11.2% Dry: 11.9% Wet: 10.5%]) (Matthew Dale)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$48,720
15
3
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
9
5
—
1
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 3:1-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-1
2nd UP: 2:1-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 60
LAST 15 STARTS: 3151658s4275481
4TH, 11Dec18 1L Wagga Cls 2 1200m 57
including 1 over (N Heywood 15) 16, Lim 54,
1:10.91 (Last 600m 34.72), Good(3), Tully Toff 59
1, La Dalliance 54 2, Jounama 55 3, Btg $13.00,
$15.00 15th to 800m, 13th turn.
8TH, 23Dec18 3.4L Moruya Bm58 1425m 58
(Ms K Nisbet 11) 14, Lim 54, 1:26.18 (Last 600m
36.27), Soft(5), Irish Lucy 57.5 1, Run Like A Rebel
56 2, Bendethera 58.5 3, Btg $6.50, $8.50 11th to
800m, 12th turn.
WON, 28Dec18 1.5L, 0.5L Canberra Cls 2
1200m 55.5 (M Bell 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:09.57 (Last
600m 35.14), Good(4), Pink Moscato 52 2,
Tobermory 56.5 3, Alpine King 54.5 including 0.5
over 4, Btg $3.50 6th to turn. Slowly away.
Swept to lead and raced clear to salute in
superb fashion at Canberra at latest. Gets in
light. Keep safe.
10. IRISH LUCY (11) 53
b m 4 West Quest (CA) [All: 10.9% Dry: 10.9%
Wet: 10.9%] — Diotra (Double Income [All: 9.6%
Dry: 10.6% Wet: 8.5%]) (R & L Clarke)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$28,560
9
2
—
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
3
3
2
1
Wins
—
—
2
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1425 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-2
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 22.2%
PLACE: 44.4%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s31545s381
3RD, 03Dec18 4.5L, sht 1/2 hd Sapphire Coast
Cls 1 908m 58 (S Guymer 3) 8, Lim 54, 51.27s
(Last 600m 33.79), Good(4), Nobody’s Puppet
59 1, French Giggle 56.5 2, Creative Vision 56
4, Btg $4.60, $5.00, $4.80 4th to turn. Slowly
away.
8TH, 16Dec18 3L Canberra Cls 1 1200m 57 (S
Guymer 4) 11, Lim 54, 1:12.21 (Last 600m 36.10),
Soft(6), Lansala 58 1, All Talk 55 2, Biodynamic
60.5 3, Btg $15.00, $17.00, $16.00 6th to turn.
Blocked for a run on straightening. Checked
concluding stages.
WON, 23Dec18 0.5L, sht nck Moruya Bm58
1425m 57.5 (M Travers 9) 14, Lim 54, 1:26.18 (Last
600m 36.27), Soft(5), Run Like A Rebel 56 2,
Bendethera 58.5 3, Chatober 53.5 4, Btg $13.00,
$16.00, $13.00 2nd to turn.
Strong on-pace victory at Moruya last
start but this is stronger. Rough chance for
minors.
11. LOPE DE MANGO (12) 53
b m 4 Lope De Vega (IR) [All: 15.3% Dry: 14.8%
Wet: 15.8%] — Stellamac (Mull Of Kintyre (US)
[All: 8.9% Dry: 9.3% Wet: 8.5%]) (R P Northam)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$43,710
9
3
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
8
1
—
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-1-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1100 (1) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 3:2-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 44.4%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 10s060s1021
12TH, 25Nov18 4.8L Quirindi Bm58 1200m
57 (D Northey 7) 14, Lim 54, 1:10.04 , Good(4),
Wisama 57.5 1, Daiquiri Lass 57 2, Asudem 57.5 3,
Btg $10.00, $11.00 9th to turn.
2ND, 08Dec18 1/2 nck, sht nck Gunnedah
Bm58 1300m 56.5 (D Northey 8) 13, Lim 54,
1:17.05 , Good(3), Celtic Tiger 54 1, Prince Roo
51 3, Baker’s Image 55 4, Btg $21.00, $31.00,
$26.00 6th to 800m, 4th turn.
WON, 14Dec18 sht nck, sht 1/2 hd Scone Cls
2 1300m 54.5 (D Northey 7) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.59
(Last 600m 35.03), Soft(6), Nothing Too Hard 61
2, Legendofoz 59 3, Schappose 59 4, Btg $21.00,
$13.00 7th to 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Timed run well to score at
Scone last outing. Nicely weighted. Can
figure.
12. ZARDORO (4) 53
b g 5 Medaglia D’Oro (US) [All: 13.8% Dry: 13.5%
Wet: 14.2%] — Zarock (Rock Of Gibraltar (IR) [All:
11.4% Dry: 11.0% Wet: 11.7%]) (T J Robinson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$48,340
13
1
6
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
13
—
10
3
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
5
1
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-2-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-3-0
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-0
WIN: 7.7%
PLACE: 53.8%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 212s2764s254224
2ND, 14Oct18 lng hd, nse Moruya Cls 1 1300m
59.5 (J Penza 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:19.15 (Last 600m
35.81), Soft(7), Trevelyan 57.5 1, Atomic Blast 57
3, Going Purple 55.5 4, Btg $2.25, $2.00, $2.25
(fav). 4th to turn.
--- LET-UP --2ND, 09Dec18 1.5L, 2L Nowra Bm58 1100m
59.5 (B Ward 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:03.52 (Last 600m
33.95), Good(4), Newtown Is Coming 58 1,
Garryfromthebull 61 3, Tapavino 60 4, Btg
$2.80, $2.90 (fav). 4th to turn. Blocked for a run
on straightening.
4TH, 23Dec18 1.6L Moruya Cls 1 1010m 59.5
(B Ward 10) 10, Lim 54, 59.14s (Last 600m
34.21), Soft(6), Banter 59.5 1, Smart Remark 56
2, Denesc 56.5 3, Btg $3.20, $2.90 (fav). 8th to
800m, 9th turn. Slowly away. Laid in in straight.
Wasn’t all that far away at Moruya last
time out. Has a light weight and drawn to
effect. Not the roughest.
13. CARRUTHERS (15) 54.5
b c 3 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8% Wet:
14.7%] — Lightning Rules (Kingston Rule (US)
[All: 8.7% Dry: 8.7% Wet: 8.7%]) (N F Gardner)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$31,190
7
2
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
5
1
—
1
Wins
—
—
1
—
1
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-1
Won over: 1000 (1) 1280 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 28.6%
PLACE: 42.9%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 431s1654
6TH, 18Nov18 3.6L Canberra Bm65 1200m
57.5 (Ms J Taylor 6) 9, Lim 54, 1:10.45 (Last 600m
34.59), Good(4), Critical Touch 58 1, Emerald
Fortune 59 2, Living Doll 56.5 3, Btg $5.50, $5.00
4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Jumped awkwardly. Laid
out near turn.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 11Dec18 1.1L Wagga Cls 2 1200m 59 (N
Souquet 16) 16, Lim 54, 1:10.91 (Last 600m
34.72), Good(3), Tully Toff 59 1, La Dalliance 54 2,
Jounama 55 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00 4th to 800m,
3rd turn.
4TH, 29Dec18 2.5L Randwick Cls 3 1100m 53
(Ms J Taylor 8) 13, Lim 53, 1:03.05 (Last 600m
35.20, Last 200m 12.12), Good(4), Ori On Fire 55
1, Rioli 54 2, Andy’s A Star 53 3, Btg $21.00 10th
settling, 9th turn. Blocked for a run in straight.
Not disgraced when struck traffic in Tab
Highway last week. Tough alley but not
hopeless.
14. ZUZZUDIO (10) 53
ch m 6 Zizou [All: 10.6% Dry: 10.4% Wet: 10.9%]
— Canon Law (Commands [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.5%
Wet: 13.4%]) (N F Gardner)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$92,945
40
3
8
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
40
3
23
7
3
4
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
2
5
—
1
—
3rds
1
3
—
—
2
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 5:1-0-1
Won over: 1200 (2) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 6:0-1-1
2nd UP: 5:1-1-0
3rd UP: 4:0-2-1
4th UP: 4:1-1-0
WIN: 7.5%
PLACE: 42.5%
RTG: 51
LAST 15 STARTS: 009513933256s62
6TH, 10Aug18 6.2L Canberra Acton Bm60
1280m 55 (Ms K Nisbet 7) 9, Lim 54, 1:14.91 (Last
600m 35.63), Synthetic, Athonis 59.5 1, Dylan’s
Deeva 58.5 2, Motime 52.5 3, Btg $9.00, $12.00
8th to turn. Eased near 200m. Rider told to use
more care.
--- SPELL --6TH, 11Dec18 4.5L Wagga Cls 3 1000m 54 (S
Guymer 5) 8, Lim 54, 57.18s (Last 600m 33.55),
Good(3), Cattledog Cod 60 1, Halliday Road 54.5
2, Wednesday Warrior 58 3, Btg $6.00, $7.50 7th
to turn.
2ND, 28Dec18 1.8L, 0.5L Canberra Bm60
1200m 52 (Ms C Gravener 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:09.14
(Last 600m 33.49), Good(3), Irish Songs 59.5 1,
Supreme Lad 59 3, Trumbo 58.5 4, Btg $9.00 4th
to 800m, 2nd turn. Wide throughout.
Latest fair when caught deep but place
looks best.
15. GRONKY (9) 53
b/br g 5 Sebring [All: 12.4% Dry: 12.3% Wet:
12.4%] — Mate (Dehere (US) [All: 11.7% Dry:
13.5% Wet: 9.8%]) (J A Sylvester)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$72,497
39
3
3
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
39
—
26
11
2
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 7:0-0-1
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1406 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-1-0
2nd UP: 4:0-1-1
3rd UP: 4:1-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 7.7%
PLACE: 23.1%
RTG: 46
LAST 15 STARTS: 425008009763805
8TH, 08Dec18 4.6L Newcastle Bm70 1200m
54 (Ms K O’Hara 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:11.64 (Last
600m 32.89), Good(3), Oakfield Missile 57 1,
Shelley Beach Road 57.5 2, Art D’Amour 58.5 3,
Btg $21.00 8th to 800m, 9th turn.
LAST, 17Dec18 7L Taree Bm58 1400m 55
(Cejay Graham 5) 11, Lim 54, 1:25.16 (Last 600m
37.43), Soft(5), Port Gold 57.5 1, Guided 55.5 2,
Thundering Heart 55 3, Btg $6.00, $8.00 Last
to turn. Slowly away. Overraced middle stages.
5TH, 29Dec18 2.7L Scone Bm58 1300m 55.5
(Ms R Murray 10) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.61 (Last 600m
34.20), Good(3), Under Pressure 58 1, Willyama
59.5 2, Guided 55.5 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00, $26.00
11th to turn.
Prefer others.
RACE 4
EQ3
3yo Benchmark 72
2.30 (1300m)
Track stats (past 12 months)
Winning favourites over this dist: 9%
Winning barriers over this track and
dist: 1: 0%, 2: 9%, 3: 18%, 4: 9%, 5: 9%,
6: 18%, 7: 18%, 8: 18%, 9: 0%, 10: 0%, 11:
0%,
1. PEMBROKE CASTLE (9) 58.5
b g 3 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8% Wet:
14.7%] — Callista (Redoute’s Choice [All: 13.8%
Dry: 14.9% Wet: 12.8%]) (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$120,585
12
2
—
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
7
4
1
—
Wins
—
1
—
1
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
2
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1250 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 16.7%
PLACE: 41.7%
RTG: 69
LAST 15 STARTS: 63417s3474318
3RD, 30Nov18 sht nck, 1.5L Canterbury-N
Bm70 1250m 56.5 (J Bowman 1) 9, Lim 54,
1:14.08 (Last 600m 35.40), Soft(5), Southern
Lad 58.5 1, Let’s Party Marty 60.5 2, No Interest
55 4, Btg $7.50, $5.50 4th settling, 3rd turn.
Hampered near 200m.
WON, 14Dec18 1L, 2.8L Canterbury-N Bm70
1250m 56.5 (J Bowman 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:13.93
(Last 600m 36.20), Heavy(8), The Pharoah 60.5
2, Just Like Stratum 54 3, Only Wanna Sing 57.5
4, Btg $3.20, $4.00 (fav). 3rd to turn.
8TH, 22Dec18 2.4L Warwick Farm 3 and 4yo
Bm72 1300m 55.5 (J Collett 9) 11, Lim 52, 1:19.06
(Last 600m 35.78, Last 200m 12.04), Soft(7),
Gongs 55.5 1, Let’s Party Marty 56 2, Skyray 57.5
3, Btg $5.50, $7.50 7th settling, 10th turn.
Wasn’t all that far away at Warwick Farm
last time out. Assess on strong performance
at Canterbury two starts back. Each-way
chance.
2. BOTTI (6) 57
ch g 3 Jakkalberry (IR) [All: 7.6% Dry: 8.3% Wet:
6.8%] — Lioness (NZ) (Generous (IR) [All: 11.1%
Dry: 10.9% Wet: 11.4%]) (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$23,212
5
2
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
2
2
1
—
Wins
—
1
—
1
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1755 (1)
1st UP: 1:1-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 40%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 14150
WON, 01Oct18 sht 1/2 hd, 0.5L Geelong
Bm64 1755m 57 (D Lane 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:47.68
(Last 600m 35.82), Good(4), Star Missile 56.5
2, Shootoutatdawn 56.5 3, Kings Full 61 4, Btg
$3.00, $2.50 (fav). 7th settling, 6th 1200m, 7th
800m, 6th turn. Blocked for a run in straight.
5TH, 18Oct18 2.5L Moe Bm70 2050m 56 (D
Lane 1) 10, Lim 54, 2:12.47 (Last 600m 36.22),
Soft(6), Beach God 57 1, The Gatting Ball 56.5 2,
Dewrinkler 54.5 3, Btg $3.00, $4.00 4th settling,
5th 1200m, 6th 800m, 9th turn. Checked near
600m.
11TH, 27Oct18 10.1L Moonee Valley (G 2)
Drummond Golf Vase 2040m 57 (D Lane 3) 13,
Set weights, 2:05.28 (Last 600m 36.83, Last
200m 12.61), Good(3), Stars Of Carrum 57 1,
Savoie 57 2, Aramayo 57 3, Btg $15.00, $26.00
7th to 800m, 9th turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- LET-UP --Since registered 1¼ len 2nd Silent
Explorer 896m C’bury barrier trial
Heavy(8) Dec 20. Returning from let-up.
Formerly with M Baker & A Forsman. Failed
to make an impression in stronger class at
Moonee Valley at latest. Doesn’t look likely.
3. SWELT (1) 57
b c 3 Sizzling [All: 9.1% Dry: 11.0% Wet: 7.2%] —
Midnight Dancer (Danehill Dancer (IR) [All: 11.3%
Dry: 10.7% Wet: 11.8%]) (Brad Widdup)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$55,840
4
2
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
4
—
—
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-1-1
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 50%
PLACE: 100%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 3s211
2ND, 14Nov18 1L, 3.5L Hawkesbury Mdn
1000m 57.5 (C Reith 1) 10, Lim 55, 56.58s (Last
600m 32.50), Good(3), Rosina Kojonup 55.5 1,
Ariege 55.5 3, Hemsted 58.5 4, Btg $4.60, $5.50
3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 06Dec18 0.5L, 0.5L Gosford Mdn
1100m 57.5 (C Reith 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:05.51 (Last
600m 35.29), Good(4), Eveleigh 54.5 2,
Hopscotch 54 3, Mustafa 58 4, Btg $1.55, $1.35
(fav). 2nd to 800m, led turn.
WON, 22Dec18 hd, 1/2 hd Newcastle 2nd
Bm64 1200m 58 (C Reith 6) 9, Lim 54, 1:11.30
(Last 600m 34.46), Good(4), Jexerlent 59 2,
Sausalito 58 3, Oxford Angel 56.5 4, Btg $3.50,
$2.35 (fav). led throughout.
Racing in top order. Gritty on-pace
victory at short odds at Newcastle last start.
Drawn well and certainily looks the testing
material.
4. ABOVE AND BEYOND (11)
56.5
ch g 3 Sebring [All: 12.4% Dry: 12.3% Wet: 12.4%]
— Miss Rendina (Elvstroem [All: 9.3% Dry: 8.9%
Wet: 9.7%]) (G Portelli)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$59,370
6
2
—
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
—
5
—
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1100 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 66.7%
RTG: 65
LAST 15 STARTS: 56s1133
WON, 14Nov18 1L, lng hd Hawkesbury Cls 1
1100m 57.5 (J Collett 1) 6, Lim 54, 1:02.63 (Last
600m 34.14), Good(3), Only Wanna Sing 57.5
2, Evict 59 3, American Salute 55 4, Btg $2.80,
$2.60, $2.80 (eq fav). 2nd to 800m, led turn.
Galloped on.
3RD, 05Dec18 2.3L, 1.3L Warwick Farm 3yo
Bm70 1100m 58.5 (J Collett 6) 8, Lim 54.5,
1:02.98 (Last 600m 33.30), Good(4), Rosina
Kojonup 54.5 1, Bare Naked Lady 58 2, He’s
Super Lucky 59 4, Btg $12.00, $10.00 2nd to
turn.
3RD, 26Dec18 1.3L, 0.8L Randwick 3yo Bm64
1100m 58.5 (B Ryan 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:04.33 (Last
600m 35.44), Good(4), Wonderbabe 57 1, Black
Magnum 57.5 2, Emergent 58.5 4, Btg $8.00,
$7.50, $10.00 5th to turn.
Kept working to line at Randwick last
outing. Can’t be taken lightly.
5. SILENT EXPLORER (5) 56.5
b g 3 Lope De Vega (IR) [All: 15.3% Dry: 14.8%
Wet: 15.8%] — Uneasy Silence (Flying Spur [All:
11.2% Dry: 11.9% Wet: 10.5%]) (David Payne)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$85,720
8
1
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
—
3
3
2
—
Wins
—
—
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
2
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
WIN: 12.5%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 65
LAST 15 STARTS: 61234539
5TH, 22Sep18 2L Rosehill 3yo Bm72 1300m
57 (K S Latham 7) 9, Lim 53.5, 1:17.11 (Last 600m
34.61, Last 200m 11.66), Good(4), Gem Song
59.5 1, Royal Celebration 57.5 2, Cristobal 58.5
3, Btg $17.00, $13.00 6th to turn. Overraced
near 1000m. Hung out during race. Inquiry into
performance.
3RD, 06Oct18 2L, 1L Randwick 3yo Bm74
1400m 56.5 (K S Latham 5) 6, Lim 53, 1:23.84
(Last 600m 36.01, Last 200m 12.40), Heavy(9),
Yulong January 56.5 1, Royal Celebration 58
2, Tough Larry 56 4, Btg $11.00, $10.00 2nd
settling, 3rd turn. Inquiry into performance.
Hung out near turn.
9TH, 17Oct18 9.9L Caulfield 3yo Bm70 1600m
58.5 (C Williams 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:37.79 (Last
600m 36.88), Good(4), Syd’s Coin 55 1, Real
Success 59 2, Predecessor 56 3, Btg $6.50,
$6.00, $6.50 led settling, 2nd 1200m, 3rd to
turn. Three wide. Hung in in straight.
--- LET-UP --Prepared for this with 1¼ len win
Botti, Belladeel 896m C’bury barrier
trial Heavy(8) Dec 20. Back from a letup. On pace but weakened right out of
it at Caulfield last time out. A win would
surprise.
6. A MILLION DREAMS (2) 56
b g 3 Showcasing (GB) [All: 12.4% Dry: 12.6% Wet:
12.3%] — Urban Angel (NZ) (Savabeel [All: 11.9%
Dry: 12.1% Wet: 11.7%]) (G Portelli)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$33,000
3
1
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
1
1
1
—
Wins
—
—
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
1
—
TRACK: 1:1-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1250 (1)
1st UP: 1:0-1-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 100%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 231
2ND, 23Nov18 1/2 hd, 1.8L Hawkesbury Mdn
1100m 57.5 (S R Weatherley 4) 8, Set weights,
1:02.11 (Last 600m 33.66), Good(3), Hostwin
Saturn 57.5 1, Montana Thunder 59 3, Lady
Kirkham 55.5 4, Btg $6.50, $9.00 4th to 800m,
3rd turn. Protest lodged, dismissed.
3RD, 14Dec18 sht nck, 1.5L Canterbury-N 3yo
Mdn 1200m 56 (S R Weatherley 2) 8, Lim 54,
1:11.63 (Last 600m 36.45), Heavy(8), Ljungberg
58.5 1, River Bird 59.5 2, Russian Romeo 56 4, Btg
$5.00, $5.50 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Blocked for
a run in straight.
WON, 21Dec18 sht nck, nck RandwickKensington 3yo Mdn 1250m 59 (J Mc Donald
4) 7, Lim 55, 1:14.19 (Last 600m 34.29), Soft(5),
Knowitall Jack 58.5 2, Lonely Heart 55 3, Molly
Malone 56.5 4, Btg $2.80, $3.00 led throughout.
Tough, tenacious on pace win here at
latest. Gets in light and has a lovely draw.
Worth some thought.
7. LJUNGBERG (7) 56
b g 3 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8% Wet:
14.7%] — Octavia (Holy Roman Emperor (IR) [All:
11.5% Dry: 11.8% Wet: 11.2%]) (R J Quinton)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$46,570
4
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
1
1
2
—
Wins
—
—
—
1
—
2nds
—
—
—
1
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-1-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s27s1
2ND, 06Jun18 sht nck, 2.3L Canterbury 2yo
Mdn 1100m 58 (A Adkins 1) 9, Lim 54.5, 1:06.65
(Last 600m 36.98), Heavy(8), Misteed 56.5 1,
Task And Purpose 56 3, Tell Me 56.5 4, Btg $4.00,
$4.20, $4.00 led to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Hampered early stages. Hampered concluding
stages.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 04Jul18 7.1L Canterbury 2yo , C&G’s
Mdn 1250m 58 (A Adkins 8) 12, Lim 55, 1:15.85
(Last 600m 37.29), Soft(7), Master Ash 57.5 1,
Sneaking To Win 57 2, Napoleon Solo 57 3, Btg
$4.00, $4.20, $4.00 2nd to turn. Hampered near
1000m. Poor post-race recovery.
--- SPELL --WON, 14Dec18 sht nck, 1.5L Canterbury-N 3yo
Mdn 1200m 58.5 (A Adkins 8) 8, Lim 54, 1:11.63
(Last 600m 36.45), Heavy(8), River Bird 59.5 2,
A Million Dreams 56 3, Russian Romeo 56 4, Btg
$3.00 (fav). 5th to 800m, 3rd turn. Ran wide
near 800m.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Game win from off the pace at
Canterbury first-up. Worth including.
8. BATTLE CRY (14) 55.5
b g 3 All Too Hard [All: 14.6% Dry: 15.8% Wet:
13.4%] — Affable (Husson (AR) [All: 10.3% Dry:
10.7% Wet: 9.9%]) (Mark Newnham)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$30,345
3
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
3
—
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
RACING 35
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 66.7%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 412
4TH, 20Sep18 1.9L Hawkesbury Mdn 1100m
56.5 (J Parr 5) 6, Set weights, 1:03.57 (Last
600m 34.27), Good(3), Adamina 54.5 1, Prahaar
57 2, Sonja 54.5 3, Btg $10.00, $11.00, $10.00
2nd to turn. Shifted out near 200m.
--- LET-UP --WON, 06Dec18 3L, 1/2 nck Gosford 3yo Mdn
1200m 58 (T Clark 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:11.53 (Last
600m 35.66), Good(4), Win ‘n’ Grin 54.5 2,
Mosht Up 56 3, Nijinska 55 4, Btg $5.50, $6.00
2nd to turn. Hampered at start.
2ND, 19Dec18 1L, 1/2 nck Wyong Cls 1 1200m
58.5 (T Berry 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:10.68 (Last 600m
34.07), Good(4), Knight Arrow 57.5 1, Intense
Focus 58.5 3, Lady Of Shalott 58.5 4, Btg $3.80,
$6.50 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
On pace and boxed on to fill the minors at
Wyong last start. Will need some luck from a
tricky gate. Place appeal only.
9. SURE KNEE (8) 55
b f 3 Snitzel [All: 15.6% Dry: 14.9% Wet: 16.2%] —
Shawnee Girl (Encosta De Lago [All: 12.0% Dry:
12.2% Wet: 11.7%]) (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,990
4
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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2
1
1
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Wins
—
1
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 1300 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 25%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 41s44
WON, 22Aug18 sht hd, 1.8L Warwick Farm
3yo Mdn 1300m 55 (J Mc Donald 6) 7, Lim 54,
1:16.32 (Last 600m 33.68), Good(4), Vega One
57 2, Brilliant Choice 58 3, Purple Sector 57 4, Btg
$6.00, $6.50, $6.00 led throughout. Overraced
early stages. Laid out near 200m. Lacerations.
--- SPELL --4TH, 28Nov18 7.7L Warwick Farm 3yo , Fillies
Bm64 1200m 59.5 (S R Weatherley 6) 7, Lim 53,
1:12.26 (Last 600m 35.62), Heavy(8), The Art Of
The Bar 60.5 1, Charmed Princess 51 2, Seles 59
3, Btg $4.00, $2.80 (fav). Last to turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Overraced middle stages. Checked
near 600m.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 22Dec18 1.4L Warwick Farm 3 and 4yo
Bm72 1300m 52 (J Ford 5) 11, Lim 52, 1:19.06
(Last 600m 35.78, Last 200m 12.20), Soft(7),
Gongs 55.5 1, Let’s Party Marty 56 2, Skyray 57.5
3, Btg $7.50, $9.00, $8.00 6th settling, 4th turn.
Checked near 600m.
Gave good account at Warwick Farm last
outing. Getting fitter. Keep safe.
10. NINDAMOS (12) 54.5
b g 3 Exceed And Excel [All: 13.0% Dry: 13.4%
Wet: 12.5%] — Neroli (Viscount [All: 10.5% Dry:
10.7% Wet: 10.2%]) (James Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$22,365
1
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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1
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—
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Wins
—
1
—
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—
2nds
—
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—
—
3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1350 (1)
1st UP: 1:1-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 100%
PLACE: 100%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 1
WON, 12Dec18 1L, sht 1/2 hd Wyong Mdn
1350m 57.5 (J Parr 6) 11, Set weights, 1:20.23
(Last 600m 35.34), Good(4), Jimmu 57.5 2,
Classic Jade 59 3, Al Pheroz 57 4, Btg $2.50,
$2.25, $2.50 (fav). Last to turn. Blundered at
start.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Godolphin 3yo who began
career in fine style at Wyong. Commands
respect.
11. SHERIFF (10) 54
b c 3 Myboycharlie (IR) [All: 11.0% Dry: 10.4%
Wet: 11.6%] — Just Another (Reset [All: 11.1% Dry:
11.4% Wet: 10.8%]) (R & L Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$27,015
4
1
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
4
—
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—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
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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: 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
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.
Scored a length win in a benchmark 64 at
Kembla Grange over 1200m on Thursday.
12. MIMIC (3) 53
b f 3 Medaglia D’Oro (US) [All: 13.8% Dry: 13.5%
Wet: 14.2%] — Jade Diva (Jade Robbery (US) [All:
10.6% Dry: 11.1% Wet: 10.1%]) (K A Lees)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,090
5
2
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
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5
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Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:2-0-0
Won over: 1300 (2)
Continued page 36
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1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 40%
PLACE: 60%
RTG: 60
LAST 15 STARTS: 24s711
7TH, 03Nov18 2.5L Newcastle F&M’s Mdn
1200m 56.5 (A Gibbons 7) 11, Set weights,
1:11.38 (Last 600m 34.66), Good(3), Seles 56.5
1, Southern Romance 56.5 2, City Of Love 58 3,
Btg $4.00, $3.50, $3.80 7th to 800m, 8th turn.
WON, 19Nov18 1L, 2.3L Scone Mdn 1300m
55.5 (A Gibbons 1) 12, Set weights, 1:17.26 (Last
600m 34.34), Good(3), Sunny Afternoon 57.5
2, Brixton Town 59 3, Elcano 57.5 4, Btg $2.25,
$2.50, $2.25 (fav). 3rd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 13Dec18 2.3L, sht hd Coffs Harbour Cls 1
1300m 56 (A Gibbons 6) 13, Lim 54, 1:18.83 (Last
600m 36.54), Good(4), Danishki 55 including
1 over 2, Sarasota Bay 57.5 3, Mayfair Lady 52
4, Btg $2.25, $1.90 (fav). 6th to turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Blocked for a run in straight.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Reeled them in easily to
salute at Coffs Harbour at latest. Outside
chance for multiples.
13. COURU (4) 53
b/br f 3 All Too Hard [All: 14.6% Dry: 15.8%
Wet: 13.4%] — Pas De Deux (IR) (Sadler’s Wells
(US) [All: 20.9% Dry: 19.9% Wet: 21.9%]) (G
Waterhouse & A Bott)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$16,825
1
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
—
1
—
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Wins
—
1
—
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—
2nds
—
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—
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—
3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1300 (1)
1st UP: 1:1-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 100%
PLACE: 100%
RTG: 57
LAST 15 STARTS: 1
WON, 20Dec18 0.8L, nse Goulburn 3yo Mdn
1300m 56 (A Hyeronimus 10) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.42
(Last 600m 36.85), Good(4), Mr Costigan 55 2,
Storm Attack 56.5 3, Pauper 56.5 4, Btg $7.00,
$4.60, $4.80 (fav). led to 800m, 2nd turn.
Jumped awkwardly. Ran wide middle stages.
Dug deep to salute at Goulburn debut.
Nicely weighted. Nice gate. Can figure.
14. THE ART OF THE BAR (13) 60
b f 3 Charge Forward [All: 10.8% Dry: 11.0% Wet:
10.5%] — Personification (Redoute’s Choice [All:
13.8% Dry: 14.9% Wet: 12.8%]) (G Waterhouse
& A Bott)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$123,155
7
3
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
4
—
3
—
Wins
—
2
—
1
—
2nds
—
—
—
2
—
3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (2)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 42.9%
PLACE: 71.4%
RTG: 76
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s4s21112
WON, 28Nov18 6.5L, nse Warwick Farm 3yo
, Fillies Bm64 1200m 60.5 (T Clark 2) 7, Lim 53,
1:12.26 (Last 600m 35.62), Heavy(8), Charmed
Princess 51 2, Seles 59 3, Sure Knee 59.5 4, Btg
$2.60, $3.80, $3.50 led throughout.
WON, 05Dec18 1.8L, 0.5L Warwick Farm ,
F&M’s Bm70 1200m 59 (T Clark 6) 7, Lim 53,
1:09.43 (Last 600m 34.29), Good(4), Seles 54.5
2, Leami Astray 56.5 3, Shantou 60 4, Btg $1.55,
$1.65 (fav). led throughout. Hampered at start.
2ND, 22Dec18 2L, 1.5L Warwick Farm , F&M’s
Bm78 1400m 56 (T Clark 8) 9, Lim 52, 1:26.41
(Last 600m 37.09, Last 200m 12.92), Heavy(8),
Nicci’s Gold 58.5 1, Sweet Victory 59 3, Lucky
Louie 49 4, Btg $1.90, $2.10 (fav). 3rd settling,
led turn.
Finished solidly to place at short odds at
Warwick Farm last start. Awkwardly drawn.
Only a place chance.
RACE 5
EQ4
3yo & up F&M BM 78
3.05 (1300m)
Track stats (past 12 months)
Winning favourites over this dist: 9%
Winning barriers over this track and
dist: 1: 0%, 2: 9%, 3: 18%, 4: 9%, 5: 9%,
6: 18%, 7: 18%, 8: 18%, 9: 0%, 10: 0%, 11:
0%,
1. SWEET SCANDAL (10) 60
ch m 4 Sepoy [All: 11.7% Dry: 14.4% Wet: 9.1%] —
Bacchanal Woman (Encosta De Lago [All: 12.0%
Dry: 12.2% Wet: 11.7%]) (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$126,630
7
3
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
4
2
1
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
1
—
3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 42.9%
PLACE: 71.4%
RTG: 78
LAST 15 STARTS: 21112s45
2ND, 11Aug18 1/2 nck, 0.8L Rosehill , F&M’s
Bm85 1400m 57 (J Bowman 6) 10, Lim 53, 1:24.20
(Last 600m 35.59, Last 200m 11.84), Good(4),
Irithea 58.5 1, Mandylion 56 3, Our Malambo 58.5 4,
Btg $3.20, $5.00 3rd settling, 4th turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 24Nov18 1L Rosehill , F&M’s Bm88
1200m 55.5 (J Mc Donald 2) 9, Lim 53, 1:10.89
(Last 600m 33.95, Last 200m 11.14), Good(3),
Demerara 57.5 1, Smart Amelia 55 2, Irithea 58
3, Btg $3.20, $3.50, $3.00 (fav). 4th throughout.
Blocked for a run in straight.
5TH, 15Dec18 2.6L Randwick , F&M’s Bm88
1200m 56.5 (J Mc Donald 1) 12, Lim 53, 1:10.79
((class record) Last 600m 35.88, Last 200m
12.50), Soft(6), Star Reflection 56 1, Seasons
56.5 2, Savvan 52 3, Btg $5.00, $7.00 4th to turn.
Fair effort without threatening at
Randwick last outing. Meeting easier
opposition here and strips fitter third-up.
Must be considered.
2. CHARLAYNE (5) 58.5
br m 4 Sebring [All: 12.4% Dry: 12.3% Wet: 12.4%]
— Fools Gold (Commands [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.5%
Wet: 13.4%]) (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$136,370
6
2
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
—
4
2
—
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (2)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 75
LAST 15 STARTS: 11925s9
2ND, 19May18 lng hd, 0.5L Rosehill 3yo
Bm82 1100m 54.5 (J Ford 7) 8, Lim 53, 1:04.64
(Last 600m 35.16, Last 200m 11.94), Good(4),
Epidemic 55.5 1, Easy Eddie 54 3, Curdled
57.5 4, Btg $3.80, $4.60 Last to turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Laid in in straight.
5TH, 02Jun18 3.2L Rosehill 3yo Bm76 1200m
58.5 (K Mc Evoy 8) 10, Lim 53, 1:11.36 (Last 600m
34.13), Good(4), Dawn Dawn 56 1, Easy Eddie
59.5 2, Star Sensation 58 3, Btg $5.50, $5.00,
$5.50 3rd settling, 2nd turn. Hampered at start.
Inquiry into performance. Bled first time - three
month ban.
--- SPELL --9TH, 15Dec18 4.5L Randwick , F&M’s Bm88
1200m 54.5 (K Mc Evoy 6) 12, Lim 53, 1:10.79
((class record) Last 600m 35.88, Last 200m
12.52), Soft(6), Star Reflection 56 1, Seasons 56.5
2, Savvan 52 3, Btg $16.00, $21.00, $17.00 11th to
turn. Overraced middle stages.
Coming off a modest run in stronger
company at Randwick first-up. Strips fitter.
Place makes best appeal.
3. HARMATTAN (6) 58.5
ch m 4 Street Cry (IR) [All: 13.7% Dry: 13.5% Wet:
13.9%] — Anemometer (GB) (Sunday Silence
(US) [All: 18.4% Dry: 23.8% Wet: 12.9%]) (James
Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$71,300
8
2
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
—
6
2
—
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1213 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 37.5%
RTG: 75
LAST 15 STARTS: 11246s950s
9TH, 11Aug18 6.2L Flemington 4yo and UP ,
Mares Bm84 1400m 56 (D Dunn 12) 12, Lim 54,
1:25.53 (Last 600m 33.79, Last 200m 11.38),
Soft(5), Spanner Head 55.5 1, Violent Snow 54.5
2, Chiavari 60 3, Btg $3.00, $4.00 (fav). 10th
settling, 11th 800m, 10th turn. Inquiry into
performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.
5TH, 01Sep18 1L Caulfield 4yo and UP , Mares
Open 1400m 54 (D Dunn 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:24.87
(Last 600m 34.46, Last 200m 11.46), Good(4),
Bellaria 54 1 dead heat, Mrs Gardenia 54.5 1
dead heat, Arties Dreamwinner 54 3, Btg $12.00,
$15.00, $11.00 6th to 800m, 5th turn.
12TH, 22Sep18 6.9L Caulfield Bm78 1800m
57 (M Walker 11) 14, Lim 54, 1:48.95 (Last
600m 35.64, Last 200m 12.60), Good(4), Al
Galayel 59.5 1, Lucky For All 58 2, Snitzepeg 60
3, Btg $13.00, $17.00, $13.00 13th to turn. Eased
early stages. Hampered near turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- SPELL --Primed for return with 3½ len 4th Special
Missile 900m C’bury barrier trial Heavy(8)
Dec 20. Resuming. Stakes placed mare who
can give some cheek fresh. Watch betting.
4. GONGS (2) 57.5
br f 3 Dawn Approach (IR) [All: 16.5% Dry: 15.9%
Wet: 17.1%] — Belcentra (Bel Esprit [All: 12.0%
Dry: 13.5% Wet: 10.6%]) (James Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$264,720
11
3
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
9
2
—
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1100 (2) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 27.3%
PLACE: 36.4%
RTG: 77
LAST 15 STARTS: 11344s070591
5TH, 01Dec18 1.7L Rosehill 3 and 4yo Bm78
1100m 52.5 (Ms R King 5) 10, Lim 52, 1:03.49
(Last 600m 33.65, Last 200m 11.26), Good(4),
Kapajack 52 1, Mister Songman 56 2, Easy Eddie
60.5 3, Btg $8.00, $8.50 9th settling, 8th turn.
Slowly away. Hampered early stages. Checked
on straightening.
9TH, 15Dec18 7L Randwick 3 and 4yo Bm76
1100m 53.5 (J Collett 1) 11, Lim 53, 1:04.35 (Last
600m 34.76, Last 200m 12.54), Soft(6), Deprive
57 1, Miss Toorak Flyer 56 2, Mister Songman 58
3, Btg $11.00, $9.00 7th to turn. Blocked for a run
in straight. Lacerations.
WON, 22Dec18 0.5L, sht nck Warwick Farm 3
and 4yo Bm72 1300m 55.5 (J Mc Donald 10) 11,
Lim 52, 1:19.06 (Last 600m 35.78, Last 200m
11.94), Soft(7), Let’s Party Marty 56 2, Skyray
57.5 3, Sure Knee 52 4, Btg $8.00, $5.50 10th
settling, 8th turn.
Handy galloper who timed run to
perfection to score at Warwick Farm
last time out. Decent alley. Should be
competitive.
5. THE ART OF THE BAR (3) 57
b f 3 Charge Forward [All: 10.8% Dry: 11.0% Wet:
10.5%] — Personification (Redoute’s Choice [All:
13.8% Dry: 14.9% Wet: 12.8%]) (G Waterhouse
& A Bott)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$123,155
7
3
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
4
—
3
—
Wins
—
2
—
1
—
2nds
—
—
—
2
—
3rds
—
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—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (2)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 42.9%
PLACE: 71.4%
RTG: 76
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s4s21112
WON, 28Nov18 6.5L, nse Warwick Farm 3yo
, Fillies Bm64 1200m 60.5 (T Clark 2) 7, Lim 53,
1:12.26 (Last 600m 35.62), Heavy(8), Charmed
Princess 51 2, Seles 59 3, Sure Knee 59.5 4, Btg
$2.60, $3.80, $3.50 led throughout.
WON, 05Dec18 1.8L, 0.5L Warwick Farm ,
F&M’s Bm70 1200m 59 (T Clark 6) 7, Lim 53,
1:09.43 (Last 600m 34.29), Good(4), Seles 54.5
2, Leami Astray 56.5 3, Shantou 60 4, Btg $1.55,
$1.65 (fav). led throughout. Hampered at start.
2ND, 22Dec18 2L, 1.5L Warwick Farm , F&M’s
Bm78 1400m 56 (T Clark 8) 9, Lim 52, 1:26.41
(Last 600m 37.09, Last 200m 12.92), Heavy(8),
Nicci’s Gold 58.5 1, Sweet Victory 59 3, Lucky
Louie 49 4, Btg $1.90, $2.10 (fav). 3rd settling,
led turn.
Solid performer who ran on well to place
at Warwick Farm at latest. Well placed from
the perfect draw. Include among the better
chances.
6. KAWAIKINI (7) 57
br m 5 All American [All: 9.6% Dry: 9.7% Wet:
9.5%] — Sky Girl (Nuclear Freeze (US) [All: 8.0%
Dry: 8.7% Wet: 7.4%]) (J C Coyle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$222,505
22
5
3
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
22
—
13
5
4
—
Wins
—
4
1
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
1
—
3rds
—
3
—
2
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-1-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (3) 1250 (1)
1st UP: 4:3-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 3:1-1-1
4th UP: 3:0-1-1
WIN: 22.7%
PLACE: 59.1%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: s14126313s64340
3RD, 24Nov18 1/2 nck, 2.8L Rosehill Bm78
1200m 56 (Ms J Taylor 4) 13, Lim 52, 1:10.36
(Last 600m 34.76, Last 200m 11.92), Good(3),
Kool Vinnie 58 1, Redouble 59 2, Island Missile 58
4, Btg $21.00 10th settling, 9th turn. Blocked for
a run on straightening.
4TH, 15Dec18 1.3L Randwick , F&M’s Bm88
1200m 54 (Ms J Taylor 8) 12, Lim 53, 1:10.79
((class record) Last 600m 35.88, Last 200m
12.24), Soft(6), Star Reflection 56 1, Seasons 56.5
2, Savvan 52 3, Btg $31.00, $51.00 Last to turn.
10TH, 29Dec18 5.4L Randwick , F&M’s Bm78
1200m 58 (Ms J Taylor 11) 11, Lim 53, 1:08.97
((class record) Last 600m 33.35, Last 200m
11.36), Good(3), Clipper 55 1, Zonk 56.5 2, Savvan
59.5 3, Btg $15.00, $21.00 Last settling, 10th
turn. Overraced middle stages.
Went to line only fairly in same class at
Randwick last start. Run before that was
good but will need to lift.
7. SPANISH DREAM (8) 57
ch m 4 Lope De Vega (IR) [All: 15.3% Dry: 14.8%
Wet: 15.8%] — Daydream Express (Rock Of
Gibraltar (IR) [All: 11.4% Dry: 11.0% Wet: 11.7%])
(W P Cave)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$80,035
11
3
1
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
9
1
1
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
3
—
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (1) 1350 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-0-2
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 27.3%
PLACE: 72.7%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: 1s34350s31231
2ND, 16Nov18 nse, 1/2 nck Canterbury-N ,
F&M’s Bm70 1100m 59 (B Spriggs 1) 9, Lim 54,
1:04.53 (Last 600m 35.16), Good(3), Wooshka
59 1, Our Dasha 58 3, Arizona Wildcat 56 4, Btg
$3.80, $3.50 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn. Eased near
800m.
3RD, 28Nov18 1.5L, hd Warwick Farm 4yo and
UP , Mares Bm70 1200m 59.5 (K Mc Evoy 4) 9,
Lim 54, 1:13.11 (Last 600m 36.30), Heavy(8),
Bella Success 59 1, Divine Breeze 59.5 2, Lucky
Louie 56.5 4, Btg $3.50, $4.80 2nd to turn.
WON, 19Dec18 2.8L, 1/2 hd Wyong Bm70
1350m 57.5 (T Berry 7) 11, Lim 54, 1:19.53 (Last
600m 34.58), Good(4), Shantou 58 2, Sizzled
54.5 3, Excelling 59.5 4, Btg $2.80, $2.50, $2.60
(fav). 5th settling, 6th 800m, 5th turn. Inquiry
into performance.
Holding form. Showed a fine turn of foot
to score convincingly at Wyong last outing.
Harder now but keep in mind.
8. CONNEMARA (1) 56.5
b m 4 Fastnet Rock [All: 13.7% Dry: 13.9% Wet:
13.6%] — Sprung (US) (Grand Slam (US) [All:
20.3% Dry: 19.1% Wet: 21.4%]) (Bjorn Baker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$92,975
5
3
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
4
1
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (2) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-1
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 60%
PLACE: 80%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 11s381
3RD, 30Nov18 sht 1/2 hd, 2L Canterbury-N ,
F&M’s Bm70 1100m 59.5 (J Mc Donald 5) 7, Lim
54, 1:04.52 (Last 600m 34.99), Good(4), Tell Me
56.5 1, Can’t Find Snippy 60 2, Tapavino 54 4, Btg
$3.20, $2.90 4th settling, 3rd turn.
8TH, 15Dec18 5.7L Randwick 3 and 4yo Bm76
1100m 53.5 (A Adkins 9) 11, Lim 53, 1:04.35 (Last
600m 34.76, Last 200m 12.38), Soft(6), Deprive
57 1, Miss Toorak Flyer 56 2, Mister Songman
58 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00 5th to turn. Wide
throughout.
WON, 26Dec18 1/2 nck, 0.8L Randwick Bm70
1200m 57 (G Schofield 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:10.68
(Last 600m 35.73), Good(4), Zidane 57.5 2,
Professor Marx 54 3, Crafty Tycoon 59.5 4, Btg
$4.20, $4.00 (fav). 6th to 800m, 5th turn.
Terrific effort from from off the pace at
Randwick last time out. Good gate. Can play
a role.
9. WITCHES (4) 56.5
br m 5 Lonhro [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.6% Wet: 13.2%]
— Ouija (Viscount [All: 10.5% Dry: 10.7% Wet:
10.2%]) (R A Freedman)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$124,710
20
2
3
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
20
—
13
7
—
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
4
1
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-1
Won over: 1200 (2)
1st UP: 6:2-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-2
3rd UP: 3:0-1-1
4th UP: 3:0-2-0
WIN: 10%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 323s1342300s4s4
14TH, 14Apr18 8.6L Randwick Open 1400m
54 (T Clark 2) 15, Set weights, 1:21.80 ((race
record) Last 600m 35.10, Last 200m 12.80),
Good(4), Serene Miss 55.5 1, Newsfan 54 2,
Plaisir 56 3, Btg $21.00 6th to turn. Blocked for
a run in straight. Lost a plate.
--- SPELL --4TH, 06Sep18 2.7L Gosford Cls 2 1200m 61
(T Clark 3) 6, Lim 54, 1:14.26 (Last 600m 38.11),
Soft(7), Mandalong Tapit 55.5 1, Emperor Harada
58 2, Ammate 54 3, Btg $3.80, $6.50 5th to
800m, Last turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 21Dec18 3.6L Randwick-Kensington
Bm76 1150m 57 (T Clark 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:06.23
(Last 600m 34.72), Soft(5), Tell Me 54 1, All
Too Royal 58 2, Sikhing Glory 60 3, Btg $12.00,
$15.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Hard to make a case for.
10. OAKFIELD MISSILE (9) 56
b m 4 Not A Single Doubt [All: 13.3% Dry: 11.9%
Wet: 14.7%] — Oakfield Queen (Naturalism (NZ)
[All: 9.8% Dry: 10.0% Wet: 9.6%]) (D Lane)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$61,755
8
2
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
—
5
2
1
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
1
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (2)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 75%
RTG: 70
LAST 15 STARTS: 632123s14
3RD, 24Jul18 1/2 nck, nck Wyong Cls 1 1350m
59 (G Buckley 6) 7, Lim 54, 1:21.33 (Last 600m
36.10), Good(3), Clifton County 59.5 1, Spring
Creek Star 58 2, Orokonui 59 4, Btg $2.60,
$3.00, $2.80 (fav). 5th to 800m, 3rd turn. Wide
throughout. Overraced middle stages. Laid out
near turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 08Dec18 sht 1/2 hd, 1.5L Newcastle
Bm70 1200m 57 (D Mc Lellan 2) 10, Lim 54,
1:11.64 (Last 600m 32.89), Good(3), Shelley
Beach Road 57.5 2, Art D’Amour 58.5 3, Petra
Jewel 52.5 4, Btg $4.60, $6.50, $6.00 led
throughout.
4TH, 22Dec18 1.7L Newcastle Cls 2 900m
57 (Ms L Day 4) 8, Lim 54, 52.76s (Last 600m
33.10), Good(4), She Clangs 51 1, Dreamy Belle
56.5 2, Invincible Lad 59 3, Btg $2.80, $4.20 6th
to turn.
Needs luck from out there. Unlikely to
trouble these.
RACE 6
3yo & up C,H&Gs BM 78
3.40 (1300m)
Track stats (past 12 months)
Winning favourites over this dist: 9%
Winning barriers over this track and
dist: 1: 0%, 2: 9%, 3: 18%, 4: 9%, 5: 9%,
6: 18%, 7: 18%, 8: 18%, 9: 0%, 10: 0%, 11:
0%,
1. ASTORIA (1) 61
b g 4 Medaglia D’Oro (US) [All: 13.8% Dry:
13.5% Wet: 14.2%] — Segue (Ad Valorem (US)
[All: 10.8% Dry: 12.2% Wet: 9.4%]) (James
Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$480,550
23
2
4
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
23
—
14
4
5
—
Wins
—
1
—
1
—
2nds
—
2
—
2
—
3rds
—
3
2
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-2
2nd UP: 4:1-2-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-1
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 8.7%
PLACE: 47.8%
RTG: 80
LAST 15 STARTS: 3242007s0930442
4TH, 24Nov18 3.5L Rosehill Bm88 1800m 56
(J Parr 5) 12, Lim 52, 1:48.40 (Last 600m 35.87,
Last 200m 12.48), Good(3), Sky Boy 58 1, Fierce
Impact 55 2, Etymology 57 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00
6th settling, 5th turn.
4TH, 08Dec18 0.7L Rosehill Bm78 1500m
58.5 (J Van Overmeire 5) 10, Lim 53, 1:29.25
(Last 600m 35.21, Last 200m 12.06), Good(3),
Reflectivity 56.5 1, Turnberry 56.5 2, Asterius
59.5 3, Btg $10.00, $11.00 6th to turn.
2ND, 22Dec18 1/2 nck, sht nck Warwick Farm
Bm78 1600m 60.5 (J Parr 3) 9, Lim 53, 1:40.90
(Last 600m 36.69, Last 200m 12.38), Heavy(8),
Monsieur Sisu 56.5 1, Intueri 57.5 3, Dalmatia
Prince 59.5 4, Btg $6.00, $5.00 3rd settling, 4th
turn.
Racing well. Finished intently to place at
Warwick Farm last start. Drawn favourably.
Major player.
2. SAMADOUBT (6) 60.5
ch g 5 Not A Single Doubt [All: 13.3% Dry: 11.9%
Wet: 14.7%] — Isadora (Gold Fever (US) [All: 9.6%
Dry: 10.8% Wet: 8.5%]) (Bjorn Baker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$233,385
27
5
5
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
27
—
16
8
3
—
Wins
—
3
2
—
—
2nds
—
4
—
1
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-2
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (2) 1350 (1) 1600 (1)
FRIDAY JANUARY 4 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
1st UP: 7:1-2-0
2nd UP: 5:1-1-0
3rd UP: 4:1-1-1
4th UP: 4:1-1-0
WIN: 18.5%
PLACE: 48.1%
RTG: 79
LAST 15 STARTS: 513238s75050s15
11TH, 25Aug18 4.4L Rosehill , C,H&G’s Bm82
1500m 58 (C Brown 7) 13, Lim 53, 1:32.41 (Last
600m 36.13, Last 200m 12.62), Soft(5), Paret
58.5 1, Level Eight 57 2, Mapmaker 54.5 3, Btg
$16.00, $21.00 2nd settling, led turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 30Nov18 1.3L, 0.5L Canterbury-N
Bm76 1100m 58.5 (J Van Overmeire 9) 12, Lim
54, 1:04.43 (Last 600m 34.86), Good(4), Star
Crossed 57.5 2, Handfast 59.5 3, Cash Crisis 54 4,
Btg $6.00, $7.00 led throughout.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 22Dec18 2.7L Warwick Farm Bm88
1200m 53.5 (J Van Overmeire 2) 11, Lim 53.5,
1:11.74 (Last 600m 35.90, Last 200m 12.76),
Soft(7), Easy Eddie 55.5 1, Bel Sonic 55.5 2,
Redouble 56.5 3, Btg $17.00, $15.00 led to turn.
Pacy fellow who battled on fairly at
Warwick Farm last outing. Performed very
well at Canterbury before latest. Fitter for
recent racing. Not the roughest.
3. HANDFAST (9) 58.5
ch g 6 Street Cry (IR) — Lobola Richard Litt
SCRATCHED
4. REGENT (5) 57.5
b g 4 Lonhro [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.6% Wet: 13.2%]
— Wild Queen (Loup Sauvage (US) [All: 9.9% Dry:
9.9% Wet: 9.9%]) (James Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$94,740
11
2
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
5
5
1
—
Wins
—
—
1
1
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-0-1
DIST: 4:0-1-1
Won over: 1100 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-1-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 18.2%
PLACE: 45.5%
RTG: 73
LAST 15 STARTS: 16s2266s63514
5TH, 31Oct18 2L Randwick-Kensington Bm72
1300m 60 (J Mc Donald 6) 10, Lim 53, 1:14.93
(Last 700m 40.46), Good(3), Discussions 58.5 1,
Sweet Deal 59.5 2, Bravissimo 57.5 3, Btg $4.00
(fav). 8th to turn. Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 28Nov18 1.3L, nck Warwick Farm Bm70
1400m 60.5 (J Bowman 6) 7, Lim 53, 1:29.36
(Last 600m 37.03), Heavy(8), Coterie 59 2, He’s
A Given 58 3, Snitzel Day 57.5 4, Btg $4.60, $5.50,
$4.80 6th to 800m, Last turn.
4TH, 15Dec18 2.6L Randwick Bm78 1400m
57.5 (J Bowman 5) 14, Lim 53, 1:24.57 (Last
600m 36.81, Last 200m 12.88), Soft(7), Penske
60.5 1, Super Star Bob 55.5 2, Gresham 59 3, Btg
$4.20, $4.60 (fav). 9th settling, 7th turn.
Far from disgraced at Randwick at latest.
Winner at Warwick Farm before that. Rates
highly.
5. POETIC CHARMER (7) 57
b g 4 Your Song [All: 15.1% Dry: 15.7% Wet: 14.5%]
— Hoss Amor (General Nediym [All: 10.8% Dry:
11.2% Wet: 10.3%]) (P & P Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$119,115
13
3
4
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
13
—
10
3
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
4
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (2)
1st UP: 4:0-2-1
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:2-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 23.1%
PLACE: 61.5%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: 4s22127s388s211
2ND, 27Oct18 0.5L, 2.5L Kembla Grange Cls
2 1200m 58.5 (A Layt 4) 7, Lim 54, 1:11.08 (Last
600m 33.27), Good(4), Excelling 59 1, Myprayer
57 3, Only Wanna Sing 59 4, Btg $3.00, $3.50
(fav). 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Slowly away.
WON, 16Nov18 1L, lng nck Canterbury-N
Bm70 1200m 57.5 (T Berry 1) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.18
(Last 600m 34.78), Good(3), Pierina 58.5 2,
Excelling 59.5 3, Excellent Design 59 4, Btg
$3.50, $3.00, $3.20 (fav). led throughout.
WON, 05Dec18 1L, sht nck Warwick Farm ,
C,H&G’s Bm70 1400m 59.5 (T Berry 11) 12, Lim
53, 1:23.78 (Last 600m 35.54), Good(4), He’s A
Given 58 2, Profiler 51 3, Chalk 58 4, Btg $3.80,
$4.80 10th to 800m, 11th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Overall record sound.
Powered home from back half to get the
money at Warwick Farm. Looks one of the
main chances.
6. SILENT GENERAL (10) 57
b g 4 Walking Or Dancing (NZ) [All: 10.3% Dry:
9.5% Wet: 11.2%] — Silent Symphony (Show A
Heart [All: 12.1% Dry: 11.9% Wet: 12.4%]) (Matthew Smith)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$80,665
9
3
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
7
—
2
—
Wins
—
1
—
2
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1300 (1) 1400 (2)
1st UP: 3:1-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 66.7%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: 4211273s1s8
3RD, 17Jan18 6L, sht 1/2 hd Caulfield Bm70
2000m 56 (D Lane 5) 11, Lim 54, 2:01.84 (Last
600m 34.80), Good(3), Bedford 58 1, Eureka
Street 59.5 2, Dangle Lad 56.5 4, Btg $2.80,
$2.25, $2.50 (fav). 7th settling, 8th to 800m,
4th turn. Overraced early stages.
--- SPELL --WON, 17Jun18 1/2 nck, lng hd Bendigo Bm70
1300m 59 (J Allen 1) 6, Lim 54, 1:21.27 (Last
600m 36.14), Heavy(9), Oscar’s My Mate Pa 58.5
2, Miss Coolangatta 54 3, Wyangle 58.5 4, Btg
$2.25, $3.20 Last to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- SPELL --8TH, 07Dec18 6.8L Moonee Valley-N Bm70
1200m 61 (J Allen 7) 11, Lim 55, 1:10.04 (Last
600m 34.43), Good(3), Rox The Castle 58 1,
Lotza Focus 58 2, Brahmos 59 3, Btg $12.00,
$15.00, $13.00 8th to 800m, 9th turn. Pre
race incident. Passed fit at barrier. Struck
interference at start.
--- FRESHENED --Since recorded 8 len 5th Invincible Star
807m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec
27. Freshened. Previously trained by D K
Weir. Just battled home in weaker event at
Moonee Valley first-up. Won second-up last
campaign. Each-way chance.
7. LET’S PARTY MARTY (8) 56.5
b g 4 Duporth [All: 12.8% Dry: 12.4% Wet: 13.2%]
— Mollycat (Catbird [All: 11.0% Dry: 11.0% Wet:
10.9%]) (John Thompson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$118,925
12
2
6
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
7
5
—
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
3
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-1-0
Won over: 1200 (2)
1st UP: 3:2-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-2-0
4th UP: 2:0-2-0
WIN: 16.7%
PLACE: 75%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 12s152223s5522
5TH, 06Nov18 2.2L Randwick Bm74 1200m
59 (A Hyeronimus 2) 12, Lim 53, 1:08.43 (Last
600m 34.27), Good(3), Niccobelle 61.5 1, Deity
59 2, Southern Lad 59 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00,
$10.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn. Slowly away.
Hampered early stages.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 30Nov18 sht nck, 1.5L Canterbury-N
Bm70 1250m 60.5 (B Avdulla 2) 9, Lim 54,
1:14.08 (Last 600m 35.40), Soft(5), Southern
Lad 58.5 1, Pembroke Castle 56.5 3, No Interest
55 4, Btg $4.60, $5.00 led to turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Rider told to use more care.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 22Dec18 0.5L, sht nck Warwick Farm 3
and 4yo Bm72 1300m 56 (R Dolan 8) 11, Lim 52,
1:19.06 (Last 600m 35.78, Last 200m 12.12),
Soft(7), Gongs 55.5 1, Skyray 57.5 3, Sure Knee 52
4, Btg $8.50, $13.00 4th settling, 3rd turn.
Closed intently to just miss at Warwick
Farm last start. Keep safe.
8. ZIDANE (4) 56.5
b g 4 Zariz [All: 10.5% Dry: 10.1% Wet: 10.9%] —
Etinceler (Way Of Light (US) [All: 7.8% Dry: 7.8%
Wet: 7.8%]) (Lauri Wray)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$90,525
12
3
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
10
2
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
1
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (1) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-0-1
2nd UP: 3:0-1-1
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 58.3%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 647s3312810s12
10TH, 28Jul18 6.2L Rosehill 3yo Bm73 1400m
57 (J Parr 4) 13, Lim 53, 1:23.44 (Last 600m 35.51,
Last 200m 12.32), Good(4), Paret 57.5 1, Snitzel
Day 58.5 2, Groundbreak 58.5 3, Btg $21.00,
$26.00, $21.00 6th to 800m, 11th turn. Slowly
away.
--- SPELL --WON, 30Nov18 lng hd, 0.5L Canterbury-N ,
C,H&G’s Bm70 1100m 58.5 (B Spriggs 7) 11, Lim
54, 1:04.82 (Last 600m 35.60), Good(4), Evict
56.5 2, Legislation 58 3, The Pharoah 60.5 4, Btg
$41.00, $51.00, $41.00 7th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 26Dec18 1/2 nck, 0.8L Randwick Bm70
1200m 57.5 (B Ryan 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:10.68
(Last 600m 35.73), Good(4), Connemara 57 1,
Professor Marx 54 3, Crafty Tycoon 59.5 4, Btg
$17.00 8th to 800m, 7th turn. Hampered near
200m.
Reliable gelding. Charged home to just
miss last outing. Fitter for two runs back
and drawn to receive every chance. Can’t be
taken lightly.
9. SKYRAY (2) 56
b g 3 Smart Missile [All: 14.1% Dry: 14.3% Wet:
13.8%] — Distinctive (Falbrav (IR) [All: 11.5% Dry:
9.7% Wet: 13.3%]) (C E Conners)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$155,505
14
3
3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
—
10
4
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
2
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-1-1
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (2)
1st UP: 3:1-2-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:1-0-1
WIN: 21.4%
PLACE: 57.1%
RTG: 74
LAST 15 STARTS: 606s224131s1853
8TH, 01Dec18 4.4L Rosehill 3 and 4yo Bm78
1100m 54.5 (J Mc Donald 4) 10, Lim 52, 1:03.49
(Last 600m 33.65, Last 200m 11.70), Good(4),
Kapajack 52 1, Mister Songman 56 2, Easy
Eddie 60.5 3, Btg $4.00, $3.80, $4.20 (fav). 8th
settling, 9th turn. Inquiry into performance.
Overraced middle stages. Lame after race.
5TH, 12Dec18 4.4L Wyong 3 and 4yo Open
1200m 56 (G Schofield 5) 6, Set weights, 1:08.82
(Last 600m 33.83), Good(4), Problem Solver 57
1, Bondi 56 2, Invincible Star 57 3, Btg $12.00,
$13.00, $8.50 Last to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
3RD, 22Dec18 0.5L, sht nck Warwick Farm
3 and 4yo Bm72 1300m 57.5 (T Berry 6) 11, Lim
52, 1:19.06 (Last 600m 35.78, Last 200m 12.02),
Soft(7), Gongs 55.5 1, Let’s Party Marty 56 2,
Sure Knee 52 4, Btg $15.00, $21.00, $17.00 Last
to turn.
Closed from well back to fill the minors at
Warwick Farm last time out. Could sneak a
place at odds.
10. JUST LIKE STRATUM (3) 53
b g 8 Stratum [All: 11.7% Dry: 12.6% Wet: 10.8%]
— Dixie Parade (US) (Dixie Union (US) [All: 8.7%
Dry: 17.3% Wet: 0.0%]) (P Niceforo)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$54,760
14
3
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
—
8
3
3
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
2
—
3rds
—
—
—
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (2)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-1
WIN: 21.4%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 61
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»Daily Double: Races 6 and 8
»Quaddie: 5, 6, 7, 8
»Early Quaddie: 1, 2, 3, 4
»Big6: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Ray Thomas
»Rail: Out 3m
»Track: Good (4)
»TAB First 4: All races
»Gates open: 5.15pm
RACE 1 #theraces Handicap
1250m 6.15
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
EQ1
FORM
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
HEAVEN’S DREAM
1 A & E Cummings
774stI AM ZAIN Ⓑ
4 M, W & J Hawkes
4s2 SCHNAPPS b Ⓑ
6 Brad Widdup
4254s MATOWI
7 C J Waller
6 EXOPLANET Ⓑ
8 C J Waller
7s668 KASHIWA
9 C J Waller
6s325 PLENTY b Ⓑ
2 C J Waller
37422 SPIRITOSA
5 D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
77 PRINCESS SIRI Ⓑ
3 John Thompson
WGT
59
59
59
58.5
57
56
56
56
55.5
$11.00
4.80
5.50
*4.40
12.00
5.00
4.60
14.00
71.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 5. Exoplanet overraced near 800m, lame after race CAN Dec 14. 6. Kashiwa
slowly away, inquiry into performance, blocked for run in straight NEW Dec 22. 7. Plenty jumped
awkwardly, overraced early stages, struck interference near 600m MOV Dec 14. 8. Spiritosa overraced early, middle stages YAG Dec 21. 9. Princess Siri jumped awkwardly, overraced early, middle
stages, checked near 200m WYO Dec 19.
RACE 2 Summer Night Racing Plate
EQ2
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2.
FORM
1 76s2
2 5965s
3 s22s2
4 222s
5
8
6
7
8
4s
9
2s4
10
7s
3.
4.
5.
6.
HORSE
DRAW
ALERT THE PRESS b
6
MALEKO Ⓑ
10
PINDUS b Ⓑ
7
RANCHO NOTORIOUS b Ⓑ 1
SON OF ELLA Ⓑ
9
VEGADAZE
4
YOU’RE NEXT Ⓑ
5
LASHES b Ⓑ
2
MOLLY MALONE Ⓑ
3
SINGLE SAPPHIRE Ⓑ
8
7.
8.
TRAINER
M, W & J Hawkes
G R Nickson
James Cummings
J C Coyle
Ms W Ings
A & E Cummings
T R Martin
Matthew Smith
P & P Snowden
P & P Snowden
9.
10.
JOCKEY
T Berry
J Ford
J Mc Donald
J Bowman
R Hutchings
C Reith
J Innes Jnr
J Collett
K Mc Evoy
B Avdulla
WGT
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57
57
57
57
57
57
55
55
55
RACE 3 Autumn Carnival On Sale
1100m
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2.
3.
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FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
JOCKEY
43tNAMIMO Ⓑ
10 D & B Hayes & T Dabernig J Bowman
ASIAGO Ⓑ
7 James Cummings J Mc Donald
AVON RIVER Ⓑ
11 James Cummings B Avdulla
CINNAMON CLOUD
9 G R Nickson
J Innes Jnr
DEEPWATER Ⓑ
2 C J Waller
G Schofield
GLAMOUR FOX Ⓑ
15 Clare Cunningham J Collett
5tISLANDS Ⓑ
12 Brad Widdup
C Reith
MISS GENEVA
4 E O’Rourke & M Freedman J Ford
MISS MONTE
13 Richard Litt
T Marquand
MY FIRE PHOENIX
5 J G Sargent
T Berry
PRETTY BRAZEN
6 Tony McEvoy
SCRATCHED
WANDONNA Ⓑ
14 G Portelli
Emergencies: (in order)
3 MIRACULOUS Ⓑ
16 Brad Widdup
SCRATCHED
6 MISTRESS MOUSE b Ⓑ 1 G Waterhouse & A Bott A Hyeronimus
5 HOWRA Ⓑ
3 P & P Snowden
4 JUST JESSIE Ⓑ
8 Bjorn Baker
7.15
EQ3
1.
Shayne O’Cass
Adam Sherry
Greg Spletter
2 xxxI AM ZAIN
1 Heaven’s Dream
4 Matowi
7 Plenty
7 PLENTY
3 Schnapps
2 I Am Zain
4 Matowi
3 SCHNAPPS
8 Spiritosa
7 Plenty
4 Matowi
2
1 ALERT THE PRESS
7 You’re Next
3 Pindus
9 Molly Malone
7 xYOU’RE NEXT
8 Lashes
4 Rancho Notorious
9 Molly Malone
6 xVEGADAZE
10 Single Sapphire
4 Rancho Notorious
7 You’re Next
3 PINDUS
7 You’re Next
9 Molly Malone
1 Alert The Press
4 RANCHO NOTORIOUS
7 You’re Next
9 Molly Malone
3 Pindus
3
1 NAMIMO
2 Asiago
3 Avon River
10 My Fire Phoenix
8 xxMISS GENEVA
10 My Fire Phoenix
2 Asiago
3 Avon River
10 MY FIRE PHOENIX
3 Avon River
8 Miss Geneva
15 Howra
1 NAMIMO
3 Avon River
10 My Fire Phoenix
2 Asiago
2 ASIAGO
8 Miss Geneva
1 Namimo
5 Deepwater
4
2 xxALL TOO ROYAL
9 Marmaris
1 Raiden
3 Fox Swift
2 ALL TOO ROYAL
9 Marmaris
5 Star Crossed
1 Raiden
9 MARMARIS
3 Fox Swift
4 Our Mantra
2 All Too Royal
2 ALL TOO ROYAL
1 Raiden
3 Fox Swift
9 Marmaris
2 ALL TOO ROYAL
4 Our Mantra
9 Marmaris
7 Wander
5
6 C’EST DAVINCHI
1 Dawn Raid
3 Chalmers
5 Celtic Love
3 CHALMERS
1 Dawn Raid
6 C’est Davinchi
9 Playard
9 PLAYARD
2 Wu Gok
10 Pianissimo
1 Dawn Raid
6 C’EST DAVINCHI
3 Chalmers
1 Dawn Raid
7 Snitzel Day
1 DAWN RAID
8 Weekend Affair
6 C’est Davinchi
9 Playard
6
5 SAVVY KEN
2 Missybeel
9 Hammond Lane
6 Dylan’s Romance
5 xxxSAVVY KEN
2 Missybeel
12 Saint Katarina
6 Dylan’s Romance
14 LE CAVALIER
13 Destiny’s Hero
2 Missybeel
4 Allcash
5 SAVVY KEN
2 Missybeel
6 Dylan’s Romance
4 Allcash
5 SAVVY KEN
6 Dylan’s Romance
9 Hammond Lane
2 Missybeel
7
1 HANDFAST
11 Radical Impact
3 The Pharoah
10 Sepoy Acheva
4 JERICHO
3 The Pharoah
10 Sepoy Acheva
11 Radical Impact
10 xxSEPOY ACHEVA
9 No Interest
5 Virgilio
11 Radical Impact
3 THE PHAROAH
4 Jericho
10 Sepoy Acheva
1 Handfast
3 THE PHAROAH
10 Sepoy Acheva
7 Cash Crisis
1 Handfast
8
5 xxxSYLVIA’S MOTHER
1 Alassio
2 And So It Goes
8 Transmitter
5 SYLVIA’S MOTHER
2 And So It Goes
1 Alassio
7 Lady I Am
1 ALASSIO
5 Sylvia’s Mother
8 Transmitter
7 Lady I Am
5 SYLVIA’S MOTHER
1 Alassio
7 Lady I Am
8 Transmitter
5 SYLVIA’S MOTHER
2 And So It Goes
1 Alassio
7 Lady I Am
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1100m 7.45
EQ4
FORM
2555s
s1122
520s1
1066s
40s25
22066
09s51
46123
1s24s
3.
4.
5.
HORSE
DRAW
RAIDEN d
1
ALL TOO ROYAL
3
FOX SWIFT dw
9
OUR MANTRA
8
STAR CROSSED cdwb
2
SEDITION dw
6
WANDER cdwn
7
ANNA’S JOY d
5
MARMARIS tbn Ⓑ
4
6.
7.
8.
TRAINER
K A Lees
C Maher & D Eustace
J A O’Shea
Joseph Pride
P R Atkins
Richard Litt
Richard Litt
P Niceforo
James Cummings
9.
JOCKEY
B Avdulla
J Mc Donald
R Dolan (a3)
J Collett
T Berry
SCRATCHED
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
B Spriggs
J Bowman
WGT
61
12.00
60.5 *3.10
60.5 3.70
60.5 8.00
60
6.00
59.5
—
59.5 9.00
58
21.00
57.5
7.50
STEWARDS REPORT: 5. Star Crossed hampered near 200m, lame after race SCO Dec 14. 7. Wander slowly away CAN Dec 14.
RACE 5 The Agency Real Estate
1550m 8.15
3yo & up Benchmark 72. Prizemoney: $50,000; 1st $22,000; 2nd $8950; 3rd $5000;
4th $3400; 5th $2000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $19250. Apprentices can claim.
WGT
59
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
55
55
55
*3.70
10.00
5.00
126.00
26.00
13.00
19.00
5.00
26.00
4.20
—
19.00
—
17.00
21.00
23.00
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
RACE 1: (2) I Am Zain blinkers off first time, gelded, winkers on again; (4)
Matowi barrier blanket on first time, gelded
RACE 2: (6) Vegadaze winkers on first time; (7) You’re Next blinkers on
first time; (8) Lashes ear muffs pre-race only on first time
RACE 3: (2) Asiago lugging, (3) Avon River, (5) Deepwater, (10) My Fire
Phoenix, (11) Pretty Brazen lugging bit on first time; (6) Glamour Fox lugging bit on first time, nose roll on first time; (7) Islands blinkers on first time;
(8) Miss Geneva lugging bit on first time, tongue-tie on first time; (9) Miss
Monte blinkers on first time, lugging bit on first time
RACE 4: (5) Star Crossed blinkers on again
RACE 5: (10) Pianissimo blinkers on again, visors off first time
RACE 7: (1) Handfast blinkers on again; (4) Jericho blinkers off first time,
winkers on again; (5) Virgilio blinkers on first time
RACE 8: (2) And So It Goes blinkers on first time, ear muffs on first time,
ear muffs pre-race only off first time; (4) Sweet Surprise blinkers on again,
winkers off again
Note: Official start times correct at time of printing.
TABform liftouts now
available online everyday
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FORM
s5411
s273s
s8472
357s8
40s14
62119
7s046
34156
s9434
47647
HORSE
DRAW
DAWN RAID
8
WU GOK cwb
7
CHALMERS w
3
BON EQUUS w
6
CELTIC LOVE w
10
C’EST DAVINCHI cn
9
SNITZEL DAY
5
WEEKEND AFFAIR cwn 1
PLAYARD
2
PIANISSIMO cw
4
TRAINER
J A O’Shea
C J Waller
K A Lees
Joseph Pride
M C Conners
M, W & J Hawkes
C J Waller
J C Coyle
G L Frazer
Richard Litt
JOCKEY
B Owen (a3)
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
J Mc Donald
J Collett
Ms R King
B Avdulla
J Bowman
Ms J Taylor
J Van Overmeire (a2)
R Dolan (a3)
WGT
62
61.5
60.5
59
58.5
58
57.5
57.5
56.5
54.5
4.80
14.00
4.40
34.00
11.00
4.80
*4.20
17.00
12.00
16.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Dawn Raid ran wide early, middle stages NEW Dec 22. 3. Chalmers overraced early stages, laid in in straight NEW Dec 22. 4. Bon Equus jumped awkwardly WYO Dec 19.
6. C’est Davinchi slowly away, rider - didn’t handle going, vetted - no abnormalities WAF Dec 22.
7. Snitzel Day inquiry into performance WYO Dec 19. 8. Weekend Affair blocked for run near 200m
CAN Dec 14. 9. Playard slowly away HAW Dec 16.
RACE 6 TAB Rewards
1900m 8.45
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
0s999 BEIJING BOARD cwn
8 Richard Litt
71731 MISSYBEEL w
11 Bjorn Baker
57s03sHAND IT IN w
2 R E Ollerton
531s4 ALLCASH tcw
9 C J Waller
10s21 SAVVY KEN
5 Clare Cunningham
48381 DYLAN’S ROMANCE cwn Ⓑ 1 M C Conners
12s08 KUIPER BELT w
12 John Thompson
8s630 SAN FRANCISCO d
4 P M Perry
70792 HAMMOND LANE twn
3 J N Englebrecht
264s5 JOE’S JOY cw
6 Richard Litt
0s796 ROMANCE CAN COSTA cdw 14 Aaron Clarke
43155 SAINT KATARINA b
10 C J Waller
Emergencies: (in order)
13 84475 DESTINY’S HERO
7 J C Coyle
14 0s874 LE CAVALIER tdwn
13 N F Gardner
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5
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7
8
9
10
11
12
1250m 9.15
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
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FORM
70s37
541D1
68042
s508s
s5056
0s503
841s4
320s5
40475
2656s
83225
HORSE
DRAW
HANDFAST dw
3
ELECTRIC CHARLIE w
9
THE PHAROAH c
1
JERICHO
6
VIRGILIO tn
11
SUGAR BAY LEONARD tw 7
CASH CRISIS w
8
CASCATA ROSSA w
4
NO INTEREST cw
2
SEPOY ACHEVA
10
RADICAL IMPACT dw
5
6.
TRAINER
Richard Litt
J E & C Ledger
Richard Litt
P & P Snowden
K J Parker
G Lukss
C D Widdison
Adam Duggan
J C Coyle
C J Waller
Nick Mitchell
JOCKEY
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
T Berry
J Ford
J Mc Donald
J Bowman
B Ryan (a3)
A Hyeronimus
Ms J Duggan (a2)
Ms J Taylor
J Collett
R Dolan (a3)
WGT
61.5
60
59
58.5
58.5
58
57.5
56.5
54
54
54
6.00
9.00
*3.30
7.50
9.50
15.00
13.00
17.00
16.00
7.50
14.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 9. No Interest overraced middle stages NEW Dec 26. 11. Radical Impact
jumped awkwardly, wide throughout NEW Nov 18.
1100m 9.45
3yo & up F&M Benchmark 70. Prizemoney: $50,000; 1st $22,000; 2nd $8950; 3rd $5000;
4th $3400; 5th $2000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $19250. Apprentices can claim.
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FORM
115s6
14548
46123
245s4
31s1
18s24
1362s
s5s11
3468s
71941
1945s
HORSE
DRAW
ALASSIO dw
1
AND SO IT GOES w
2
ANNA’S JOY d
7
SWEET SURPRISE dw
10
SYLVIA’S MOTHER dw Ⓑ 3
MUSICAL GENIUS w
6
LADY I AM
4
TRANSMITTER w Ⓑ
5
LE DEJEUNER w
9
SHE CLANGS
11
MISSILE MISS w
8
6.
TRAINER
G Waterhouse & A Bott
G K White
P Niceforo
G M Brown
M, W & J Hawkes
Patrick Webster
P & P Snowden
James Cummings
R & L Price
C R Dixon
Ms W Ings
JOCKEY
J Mc Donald
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
SCRATCHED
B Ryan (a3)
T Berry
SCRATCHED
K Mc Evoy
J Bowman
SCRATCHED
SCRATCHED
Ms C Ings (a3)
WGT
62.5 3.60
62
9.00
61
—
60.5 26.00
59.5 *2.15
59
—
58
5.00
57.5 10.00
55.5
—
55
—
54.5 41.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. And So It Goes vetted - no abnormalities KEN Oct 17.
TRACK DATA
JOCKEY
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
A Hyeronimus
SCRATCHED
J Bowman
J Collett
J Van Overmeire (a2)
Ms R King
T Marquand
Ms J Duggan (a2)
R Dolan (a3)
B Ryan (a3)
B Avdulla
WGT
63.5
61
60
59.5
59.5
59
58
58
57.5
57
56
55.5
Ms K O’Hara
Ms J Taylor
56.5 13.00
54 34.00
34.00
5.50
—
10.00
*2.90
7.00
61.00
15.00
15.00
10.00
34.00
7.50
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Beijing Board inquiry into performance, overraced early stages WAF Dec
22. 3. Hand It In slowly away NEW Dec 22. 8. San Francisco wide throughout, Minor injury CAN
Dec 14.
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4th $3400; 5th $2000. BOBS Extra Bonus available: $11,250. Apprentices can claim.
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 7 Col Crawford Evening Star
5yo & up Benchmark 74. Prizemoney: $80,000; 1st $38,750; 2nd $14,600; 3rd $8150;
4th $4650; 5th $3000. Apprentices can claim.
RACE 8 Australian Turf Club
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Namimo checked near 800m RAN Dec 15. 7. Islands slowly away WYO
Dec 12. 15. Howra jumped awkwardly KEG Dec 15. 16. Just Jessie tightened for room, blocked for
run near 200m SCO Dec 14.
tabform
Simon Thomas
3yo & up Benchmark 72. Prizemoney: $50,000; 1st $22,000; 2nd $8950; 3rd $5000;
4th $3400; 5th $2000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $19250. Apprentices can claim.
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on SKY1, SKY Thoroughbred Central
RACE 4 Canterbury Night Sprint
7.00
126.00
4.80
6.00
126.00
6.00
*3.40
7.00
13.00
14.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Alert The Press hampered near turn, protest lodged, upheld WER Dec
24. 5. Son Of Ella slowly away, overraced early, middle stages, checked near 200m WYO Dec 19.
2yo Fillies Maiden. Prizemoney: $50,000; 1st $22,000; 2nd $8950; 3rd $5000; 4th $3400;
5th $2000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $19250. Apprentices can claim.
TAB CoDE: Sr
6 KASHIWA
2 I Am Zain
7 Plenty
4 Matowi
1100m 6.45
3yo Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $50,000; 1st $22,000; 2nd $8950; 3rd $5000; 4th $3400;
5th $2000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $19250. Apprentices can claim.
races tonight
6 xKASHIWA
2 I Am Zain
3 Schnapps
7 Plenty
9.
JOCKEY
C Reith
T Berry
K Mc Evoy
J Bowman
J Ford
B Avdulla
J Mc Donald
T Marquand
Ms R King
Canterbury Park
k
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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.
3yo Maiden. Prizemoney: $50,000; 1st $22,000; 2nd $8950; 3rd $5000; 4th $3400;
5th $2000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $19250. Apprentices can claim.
RACING 37
$100,000 PROJECTED BIG6 POOL AT RANDWICK THIS SATURDAY. VISIT THE TAB APP OR TAB.COM.AU
CIRCUMFERENCE: 1567m. STRAIGHT: 308m. DIRECTION: Clockwise. LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): B Avdulla (19 wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER
(with runners): C J Waller (34 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD (past 3 yrs):
33.86% Win 30.55% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1250m (1)-24wins.
TRAINER CHANGES: Nil.
other tab meetings today
gallops: Hipodromo (CHI), Gulfstream (USA), Kawasaki, Pau (FRA),
Deauville (FRA), Kenilworth (SAF), Lingfield (UK), Wetherby (UK), Kempton
(UK), Wolverhampton (UK)
harness:
Roxburgh (NZ), Busselton, Skelleftea, Cagnes Sur
Mer (FRA)
greyhounds:
Addington (NZ), Daytona Beach, Lismore, Cambridge
(NZ), Gawler, Ipswich, Geelong, Dubbo, Warragul, Mandurah, Kinsley,
Swindon, Newcastle (UK)
38 RACING
CANTERBURY PARK
FORM
RACE 1
EQ1
3yo Maiden
6.15 (1250m)
1. HEAVEN’S DREAM (1) 59
b g 3 Dare To Dream (IR) — Kim Heaven (A & E
Cummings)
LAST 15 STARTS:
10TH, 01May18 10.2L Randwick 2YO Btria
1050m, (R Hutchings 10) 10, Catch weights,
1:04.26 (Last 600m 35.20), Track Heavy(9),
Critical Reaction 1, Zousain 2, Commissioner 3,
3RD, 11Dec18 1.3L, 1.5L Warwick Farm 1st 3YO ,
C & G’s Btria 799m, (C Reith 3) 7, Catch weights,
47.40 secs (Last 600m 34.10), Track Good(4),
Belladeel 1, Terminate 2, I Am Flying 4,
Trials: (3:0-0-2). Trialled fairly and drawn
well for debut. Use betting as a further
guide.
2. I AM ZAIN (4) 59
b g 3 I Am Invincible — Zyoon (M, W & J Hawkes)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$7700
3
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
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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: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 774s
7TH, 06Jun18 5.1L Sandown-Lakeside 2yo
Open 1400m 57.5 (D Dunn 6) 13, Lim 55.5,
1:23.96 (Last 600m 34.50), Good(4), Fighting
Harada 58.5 1, Zoutori 59 2, Real Success 59 3,
Btg $10.00, $11.00 12th settling, Last 800m,
12th turn. Jumped awkwardly. Checked near
1000m.
4TH, 23Jun18 1.5L Flemington 2yo Open
1400m 54.5 (D Dunn 1) 8, Lim 54, 1:24.09 (Last
600m 34.71, Last 200m 12.26), Soft(5), Good
‘n’ Fast 56.5 1, Goldifox 54 2, Scottish Rogue 56
3, Btg $15.00, $13.00, $17.00 3rd settling, 4th
800m, 3rd turn. Overraced middle stages.
--- SPELL --First-up. Out of the money in opening
campaign but since trialled well and likely
improver this time in. Good draw. Can’t be
taken lightly.
3. SCHNAPPS (6) 59
b c 3 Snitzel — Very Cherry (Brad Widdup)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$7870
2
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
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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: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 4s2
4TH, 07Mar18 1.7L Warwick Farm 2yo Spec
1100m 57 (C Reith 9) 11, Lim 53.5, 1:04.20 (Last
600m 35.14), Soft(5), Roosevelt 57 1, Lilith 57.5 2,
Momentum Factor 57 3, Btg $4.20, $3.20 (fav).
2nd to turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 16Dec18 1.5L, 2.3L Hawkesbury Mdn
1100m 57 (C Brown 10) 12, Lim 54, 1:04.39 (Last
600m 35.21), Soft(6), Bad Boy For Love 57 1, I’m
A Legend 60.5 3, Thorn Brook 54 4, Btg $1.80,
$1.60 (fav). 2nd settling, led turn.
On pace and boxed on to fill the minors
at short odds at Hawkesbury first-up.
Improver and looks an each-way chance.
4. MATOWI (7) 58.5
b g 3 Ocean Park (NZ) — Warm Whispers (NZ)
(C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$15,190
4
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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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: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 4254s
5TH, 05Sep18 2.3L Randwick-Kensington
3yo Mdn 1400m 58 (J Mc Donald 11) 11, Lim 53,
1:22.67 (Last 600m 35.14), Good(4), Brilliant
Choice 58 1, Nakeeta Jane 55 2, Adana 58 3, Btg
$6.50, $7.50 2nd to turn.
4TH, 19Sep18 4.7L Warwick Farm 3yo Mdn
1400m 57.5 (J Bowman 8) 9, Lim 53, 1:23.95
(Last 600m 35.75), Good(4), Nakeeta Jane 56
1, Ranier 61 2, Kolding 56.5 3, Btg $6.00, $7.50,
$7.00 6th to 800m, 5th turn. Shifted in near
200m.
--- SPELL --Strips fitter for len 5th Paulo Pace 740m
W Farm barrier trial (Mdn) Synthetic Dec 27.
Back for second campaign. Should progress
further this time in. Right in this.
5. EXOPLANET (8) 57
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b f 3 Snitzel — Awesome Planet (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1650
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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1
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Wins
—
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—
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2nds
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3rds
—
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TRACK: 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: 6
6TH, 14Dec18 4.3L Canterbury-N 3yo Mdn
1200m 55.5 (J Mc Donald 4) 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
$4.60, $5.50 4th to 800m, 5th turn. Overraced
near 800m. Lame after race.
Had support but returned lame at debut
here last month. Should improve.
6. KASHIWA (9) 56
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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3
1
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Wins
—
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 1:0-0-1
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
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.
Far from disgraced at Newcastle at latest.
Place appeal only.
7. PLENTY (2) 56
br g 3 Zoustar — Ubiquity (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$13,225
7
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
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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: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 28.6%
LAST 15 STARTS: 65s06s325
2ND, 07Dec18 2.3L, 1.8L Moonee Valley-N
Mdn 1200m 57 (B Melham 5) 10, Set weights,
1:10.42 (Last 600m 34.23), Good(3), Sora
53 1, Goldifox 55 3, Cryptic Jewel 56.5 4, Btg
$7.00, $9.00 led settling, 2nd turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Overraced early stages.
5TH, 14Dec18 2.5L Moonee Valley-N 3yo Mdn
1200m 58 (B Melham 7) 8, Set weights, 1:13.32
(Last 600m 36.29), Soft(5), Eligere 58 1, Olive 56
2, Chaminade 56 3, Btg $2.80, $2.60 (fav). 6th
to turn. Jumped awkwardly. Overraced early
stages. Struck interference near 600m.
Wasn’t all that far away at Moonee Valley
last start. Nice gate. Rates highly.
8. SPIRITOSA (5) 56
b f 3 Spirit Of Boom — Angel Girl (D & B Hayes &
T Dabernig)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$12,130
6
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2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
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4
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Wins
—
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2nds
—
1
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: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s37422
2ND, 01Dec18 1L, 1.8L Yarra Glen , F&M’s Mdn
1200m 54.5 (L German 5) 10, Set weights, 1:11.82
, Good(4), Mean To Me 56.5 1, Solitary Tramp 58
3, Written On Rock 58 4, Btg $4.80, $4.00, $4.60
2nd throughout.
2ND, 21Dec18 lng nck, 0.8L Yarra Glen Mdn
1200m 53 (L German 7) 9, Set weights, 1:13.37
, Soft(5), American Storm 58.5 1, Pernilla 55 3,
Florida Dream 57 4, Btg $2.60, $3.20, $3.00 led
to turn. Overraced early, middle stages.
Racing well in Victoria. On pace and
fought on bravely to place at Yarra Glen last
outing. Must be considered.
9. PRINCESS SIRI (3) 55.5
ch f 3 Exceed And Excel — Maha Chakri (John
Thompson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2000
2
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
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2
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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: 77
7TH, 23Nov18 6.7L Hawkesbury Mdn 1100m
56 including 0.5 over (T Angland 3) 8, Set
weights, 1:02.11 (Last 600m 33.66), Good(3),
Hostwin Saturn 57.5 1, A Million Dreams 57.5
2, Montana Thunder 59 3, Btg $12.00, $13.00,
$12.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --7TH, 19Dec18 5.8L Wyong Mdn 1000m
55.5 (J Collett 9) 12, Set weights, 57.56s (Last
600m 33.67), Good(4), Taken Everything 55.5
1, Looksea 54.5 2, Montana Thunder 59 3, Btg
$17.00, $26.00 6th to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Overraced early, middle stages. Checked near
200m.
Average effort in same company at
Wyong last time out. Faces a task.
RACE 2
EQ2
3yo Maiden SW
6.45 (1100m)
1. ALERT THE PRESS (6) 57
b g 3 Akeed Mofeed (GB) — Angela’s Dream (M,
W & J Hawkes)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$5210
3
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
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1
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1
1
Wins
—
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2nds
—
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: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 76s2
6TH, 24May18 2.3L Racing.Com Park Syn-N
2yo Mdn 1200m 58 (L Currie 6) 11, Set weights,
1:11.52 (Last 600m 34.98), Synthetic, Real
Success 58 1, Russian Romeo 58 2, Ardee 58 3,
Btg $12.00, $17.00, $15.00 Last to 800m, 9th
turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --2ND, 24Dec18 0.8L, nck Werribee 3yo Mdn
1010m 58 (D Dunn 4) 8, Set weights, 58.65 secs ,
Good(4), Vogue Empress 56 1, Sunrise Dancer 56
3, Wishful Realizer 58 4, Btg $2.80, $2.35 (fav).
4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Hampered near turn.
Protest lodged, upheld.
Failed to threaten in initial campaign but
indicated improvement at first run back.
Fitter and interstate switch a good sign.
Major player.
2. MALEKO (10) 57
b c 3 Medaglia D’Oro (US) — Kaimana (US) (G R
Nickson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$3840
7
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
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5
1
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: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 6955965s
6TH, 03Aug18 6.8L Wyong Mdn 1600m 52 (R
Hunt 4) 8, Lim 54, 1:38.57 (Last 600m 36.86),
Good(4), Waiheke 59 1, Stage Pass 54 2, Rotoiti
54 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn.
Shifted in near 200m. Eased near 100m.
5TH, 16Aug18 6.3L Newcastle Mdn 1850m
53.5 (R Hunt 5) 12, Set weights, 1:56.95 (Last
600m 37.34), Good(3), My King’s Counsel 59
1, Fidele’s Choice 57 2, Shadow Of Mordor 59 3,
Btg $21.00, $41.00 4th to turn. Overraced early
stages.
--- SPELL --First-up. Prefer easier. Not fancied.
3. PINDUS (7) 57
b g 3 Exceed And Excel — Melpomene (James
Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$24,110
5
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
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3
2
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Wins
—
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2nds
—
3
1
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3rds
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-2-0
1st UP: 3:0-3-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 80%
LAST 15 STARTS: 29s22s2
2ND, 06Sep18 1L, 1.8L Gosford Mdn 1100m
56.5 (T Angland 2) 8, Set weights, 1:06.78 (Last
600m 36.88), Soft(7), Mansa Musa 56.5 1, Maid
In Milan 57 3, Fancy Liquor 57 4, Btg $3.80, $5.50
6th to 800m, 4th turn. Laid in near 200m.
--- SPELL --2ND, 20Dec18 3.8L, sht nck Goulburn C,H&G’s
Mdn 1200m 57.5 (C Reith 6) 9, Set weights,
1:09.73 (Last 600m 34.94), Good(4), Sheriff
57.5 1, Lincoln County 57.5 3, King Billy 59 4, Btg
$1.80, $1.70 (fav). 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Shown some promise. Kept working to
line at Goulburn first-up and will only be
fitter. One of the major players.
4. RANCHO NOTORIOUS (1) 57
b c 3 High Chaparral (IR) — Zedity (J C Coyle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$13,270
3
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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
—
2
1
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3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-1-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 100%
LAST 15 STARTS: 222s
2ND, 16Aug18 1/2 hd, lng nck Newcastle
Mdn 1300m 56.5 (Ms J Taylor 2) 9, Set weights,
1:18.39 (Last 600m 36.08), Good(3), Coach 56.5
1, Pick Of The Day 57 3, Impetuoso 54.5 4, Btg
$3.20, $4.60, $4.20 3rd to turn. Overraced early
stages. Checked near 800m.
2ND, 31Aug18 1.3L, 1/2 nck Goulburn Mdn
1300m 58 (Ms J Taylor 4) 12, Lim 55, 1:19.73
(Last 600m 36.55), Soft(6), Happy Every Day
55 1, Forge Ahead 58 3, Mad As Zariz 58 4, Btg
$1.50, $1.70 (fav). 6th to 800m, 5th turn. Laid
in in straight.
--- SPELL --Had the benefit of sht ½ hd, sht nk 3rd
Knight’s Helmet, Haikili 807m W Farm
barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(5) Dec 27. Resuming.
Has share of ability. Placed at Goulburn
first-up last campaign. Worth some thought
from decent draw.
5. SON OF ELLA (9) 57
b/br g 3 Pluck (US) — Princess Bronwyn (Ms
W Ings)
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: 8
8TH, 19Dec18 5.9L Wyong Mdn 1000m
57.5 (C O’Brien 6) 12, Set weights, 57.56s (Last
600m 33.67), Good(4), Taken Everything 55.5
1, Looksea 54.5 2, Montana Thunder 59 3, Btg
$41.00, $61.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn. Slowly
away. Overraced early, middle stages. Checked
near 200m.
Needs to improve on modest debut
performance and drawn poorly here. Not
keen.
6. VEGADAZE (4) 57
ch g 3 Lope De Vega (IR) — Rainy Daze (A & E
Cummings)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 13Aug18 sht 1/2 hd, 1.3L Randwick 2nd
, C, H & G’s Btria 1045m, (A Adkins 1) 10, Catch
weights, 1:04.63 (Last 600m 35.30), Track
Good(4), Bollente 2, Pyro 3, Vega One 4,
WON, 03Dec18 sht hd, 10L Wyong 3rd Btria
845m, (A Layt 1) 6, Catch weights, 50.08 secs
(Last 600m 33.28), Track Soft(5), Grand Exit 2,
Zizania 3, It’s Easy 4,
Trials: (3:2-1-0). Has shown ability at the
trials and nicely drawn for debut. Big watch.
7. YOU’RE NEXT (5) 57
ch g 3 Dream Ballad — Wild Goose (T R Martin)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 09Jul18 1L, lng nck Rosehill 1st 2YO ,
C & G’s Btria 903m, (A Hyeronimus 1) 8, Catch
weights, 55 secs (Last 600m 34.90), Track
Soft(5), Altair 2, Expellable 3, Magic Wu 4,
WON, 09Nov18 3.5L, 0.8L Warwick Farm
2nd 3YO , C & G’s Btria 797m, (R Dolan 1) 6,
Catch weights, 47.16 secs (Last 600m 33.80),
Track Soft(6), A Million Dreams 2, Coolgardie 3,
Dortort 4,
Trials: (3:2-0-0). Indicated talent at the
trials and stable get them firing quickly. Use
betting as a further guide.
8. LASHES (2) 55
b/br f 3 I Am Invincible — Feint (Matthew Smith)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1980
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: 4s
4TH, 20Sep18 2.4L Hawkesbury 3yo Mdn
1000m 57 (A Adkins 2) 6, Lim 56, 58.14s (Last
600m 34.02), Good(3), His Kingdom 59 1, Prince
George 57 2, Line Up Girls 59 3, Btg $1.70, $1.90
(fav). led to turn.
--- SPELL --First-up. More experienced following
debut 4th and subsequent trial. Watch
betting.
9. MOLLY MALONE (3) 55
b/gr f 3 Sepoy — Madame Trop Vite (IR) (P & P
Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$9190
2
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1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
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1
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s4
2ND, 23Aug18 2.3L, lng nck Hawkesbury Mdn
1300m 54.5 (C Reith 6) 11, Set weights, 1:18.11
(Last 600m 34.28), Good(3), Semper Fidelis 57
1, Shouson 56.5 3, Lamplight Lili 57 4, Btg $10.00,
$9.00, $10.00 led to turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 21Dec18 2.9L Randwick-Kensington
3yo Mdn 1250m 56.5 (J Parr 7) 7, Lim 55, 1:14.19
(Last 600m 34.29), Soft(5), A Million Dreams 59
1, Knowitall Jack 58.5 2, Lonely Heart 55 3, Btg
$5.00, $7.50, $7.00 2nd to turn.
Fair effort when weakened late at
Randwick-Kensington first-up. Strips fitter.
Drawn favourably. Can figure.
10. SINGLE SAPPHIRE (8) 55
b f 3 Not A Single Doubt — Royal Sapphire (P &
P Snowden)
P’Money
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2nd 3rd
$500
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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
7TH, 04Jul18 4.4L Canterbury 2yo , Fillies
Mdn 1250m 58 (C Brown 3) 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 $15.00,
$31.00 3rd to turn. Overraced middle stages.
Checked near 800m. Hampered near 400m.
--- SPELL --Primed for return with sht nk, len 3rd
Smart Decision, Julkkis 1050m R’wick
barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(6) Dec 17. Resuming.
Possible improver this time in but only a
place chance.
RACE 3
EQ3
2yo Fillies Maiden
7.15 (1100m)
1. NAMIMO (10) 59
ch f 2 Choisir — Exsqueeze Me (D & B Hayes & T
Dabernig)
P’Money
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1st
2nd 3rd
$54,500
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 43
4TH, 01Dec18 3.5L Moonee Valley 2yo Open
1000m 55 (C Williams 4) 11, Set wts with pen,
58.79s (Last 600m 34.52, Last 200m 11.62),
Good(3), Brooklyn Hustle 55 1, Yes Yes Yes 57 2,
Oh So Rewarding 57 3, Btg $3.50, $5.00 (eq fav).
8th to turn. Struck interference near 200m.
3RD, 15Dec18 0.8L, 0.5L Randwick 2yo Open
1000m 54 (T Berry 3) 13, Set weights, 59.16s
(Last 600m 36.03, Last 200m 12.72), Soft(6),
Accession 56 1, Strasbourg 56 2, Blazing Miss
54 4, Btg $13.00, $21.00 9th settling, 4th turn.
Checked near 800m.
Finished solidly to place at Randwick at
latest. Has upside. Take beating.
2. ASIAGO (7) 56
b f 2 Medaglia D’Oro (US) — Disputes (James
Cummings)
LAST 15 STARTS:
2ND, 11Dec18 3L, sht hd Warwick Farm 1st
2YO , Fillies Btria 803m, (Tim Clark 2) 5, Catch
weights, 47.54 secs (Last 600m 33.90), Track
Good(4), Hafaawa 1, Empires Collide 3, Special
Snap 4,
2ND, 27Dec18 1.8L, 1.3L Warwick Farm 1st
2YO , Fillies Btria 807m, (J B Mc Donald 2) 7,
Catch weights, 47.17 secs (Last 600m 33.10),
Track Soft(5), Steel Diamond 1, Kahlo 3, Extreme
Jewel 4,
Trials: (2:0-2-0). Has shown enough at
the trials. From leading stable. Bears close
watching.
3. AVON RIVER (11) 56
b f 2 Fastnet Rock — Lady Melksham (James
Cummings)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 27Dec18 sht nck, 1.5L Warwick Farm
2nd 2YO , Fillies Btria 807m, (J B Mc Donald 1)
8, Catch weights, 47.85 secs (Last 600m 33.20),
Track Soft(5), Shrug 2, Splashy 3, Lilly Pilly 4,
Trials: (1:1-0-0). Looked good at the trials.
In successful camp and leading jockey
engaged. Big watch.
4. CINNAMON CLOUD (9) 56
ch f 2 Golden Archer — Stream Of Light (G R
Nickson)
LAST 15 STARTS:
7TH, 17Sep18 13.1L Randwick-Kensington 2YO
, Fillies Btria 849m, (Ms K Adams 4) 7, Catch
weights, 49.14 secs (Last 600m 33.85), Track
Good(4), Honey Go Lightly 1, Catch Me 2, Giselle
Anne 3,
5TH, 24Sep18 3.4L Warwick Farm 2YO , Fillies
Btria 801m, (Ms K Adams 3) 6, Catch weights,
47.97 secs (Last 600m 34), Track Good(4),
Diddles 1, Scarab 2, Aeecee Dynasty 3,
Trials: (2:0-0-0). Unplaced in trials.
Market holds the key.
5. DEEPWATER (2) 56
b f 2 Deep Field — Liesele (C J Waller)
LAST 15 STARTS:
3RD, 10Dec18 2L, hd Gold Coast 2YO , Fillies
Btria 900m, (G Colless 5) 5, Catch weights,
55.30 secs , Track Good(4), Le Figaro 1, D’Oro
Dancer 2, Starry Beauty 4,
Trials: (1:0-0-1). In astute hands and
drawn to receive every chance. Bears close
watching.
6. GLAMOUR FOX (15) 56
br f 2 Foxwedge — Luminosity (Clare Cunningham)
LAST 15 STARTS:
3RD, 11Dec18 sht hd, 2.3L Warwick Farm 2nd
2YO , Fillies Btria 803m, (J R Collett 3) 6, Catch
weights, 47.97 secs (Last 600m 34.10), Track
Good(4), California Zimbol 1, Pin Sec 2, Pair Of
Heels 4,
2ND, 20Dec18 1/2 nck, 2.3L Canterbury 2nd
2YO , Fillies Btria 900m, (J R Collett 2) 7, Catch
weights, 56 secs (Last 600m 35.99), Track
Heavy(8), Miss Geneva 1, My Sweet Fish 3, Pizzly
4,
Trials: (2:0-1-1). Has trialled well but
might need some luck from out there. Use
betting as a further guide.
7. ISLANDS (12) 56
b f 2 I Am Invincible — Bella Maddelena (Brad
Widdup)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$5250
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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: 5
5TH, 12Dec18 5.7L Wyong 2yo Open 1100m
54.5 (C Reith 1) 9, Set weights, 1:03.47 (Last
600m 33.76), Good(4), Unite And Conquer
56.5 1, Exhilarates 54.5 2, Spaceboy 56.5 3, Btg
$41.00, $51.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn. Slowly
away.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Moderate debut and expect
will need some more racing. Looking
elsewhere.
8. MISS GENEVA (4) 56
b f 2 Delago Deluxe — Apart (E O’Rourke & M
Freedman)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 27Nov18 1/2 nck, lng hd Randwick 1st
2YO , Fillies Btria 740m, (K Mc Evoy 1) 8, Catch
weights, 43.75 secs , Track Good(4), Aladaala 2,
Mistress Mouse 3, Kiamichi 4,
WON, 20Dec18 1/2 nck, 2.3L Canterbury 2nd
2YO , Fillies Btria 900m, (Tim Clark 1) 7, Catch
weights, 56 secs (Last 600m 35.99), Track
Heavy(8), Glamour Fox 2, My Sweet Fish 3,
Pizzly 4,
Trials: (2:2-0-0). Trial form points to a
forward showing and drawn to effect. Big
watch.
9. MISS MONTE (13) 56
ch f 2 Fighting Sun — Miss Alberta (Richard Litt)
LAST 15 STARTS:
5TH, 17Dec18 6.3L Randwick 2YO Btria 742m,
(T Marquand 5) 7, Catch weights, 44.53 secs
(Last 600m 34.30), Track Soft(6), Yitai Synergy
1, Shuwaamekh 2, Shrug 3,
Trials: (1:0-0-0). Unplaced in only trial.
Awkwardly drawn and prefer to see at this
stage.
10. MY FIRE PHOENIX (5) 56
br/gr f 2 The Factor (US) — Wild Soiree (US) (J
G Sargent)
LAST 15 STARTS:
WON, 20Dec18 1.3L, 1/2 nck Canterbury 1st
2YO , Fillies Btria 900m, (Tommy Berry 1) 7,
Catch weights, 54.81 secs (Last 600m 35.08),
Track Heavy(8), Egyptian Missile 2, Libertini 3,
Capitoline Lady 4,
Trials: (1:1-0-0). Has shown ability at the
trials. Bears close watching.
11. PRETTY BRAZEN (6) 56
br f 2 Brazen Beau — Pretty Penny Tony McEvoy
SCRATCHED
12. WANDONNA (14) 56
br f 2 Wandjina — Modonna (G Portelli)
LAST 15 STARTS:
3RD, 27Dec18 0.5L, 0.5L Warwick Farm
3rd 2YO , Fillies Btria 807m, (J R Collett 3) 8,
Catch weights, 47.42 secs (Last 600m 33.50),
Track Soft(5), Mistress Mouse 1, Pair Of Heels 2,
Celestial Falls 4,
Trials: (1:0-0-1). Trialled well but drawn
off the track and market holds the key.
13. MIRACULOUS (16) 56
b f 2 Rubick — Sophielicious Brad Widdup
SCRATCHED
14. MISTRESS MOUSE (1) 55
b f 2 I Am Invincible — Quack It (NZ) (G Waterhouse & A Bott)
P’Money
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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: 6
6TH, 15Dec18 5.5L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1000m 56 (L Magorrian 5) 8, Lim 55, 58.03s
(Last 600m 34.15), Heavy(8), Hightail 58 1, Paris
56 2, Bollywood 56 3, Btg $4.00, $3.80, $4.20
(fav). 6th throughout. Jumped awkwardly.
Overraced middle stages.
Since registered ½ len win Pair Of Heels,
Wandonna 807m W Farm barrier trial
Soft(5) Dec 27. Safely held at first start and
likely to require some more time and racing.
Hard to recommend.
15. HOWRA (3) 55
b f 2 I Am Invincible — Canashito (GB) (P & P
Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1280
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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: 5
5TH, 15Dec18 5.4L Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn
1000m 56 (J Innes Jnr 2) 8, Lim 55, 58.03s (Last
600m 34.15), Heavy(8), Hightail 58 1, Paris 56 2,
Bollywood 56 3, Btg $8.00, $12.00 Last to turn.
Jumped awkwardly.
Needs to improve on modest debut
performance. Prefer others.
16. JUST JESSIE (8) 55
b f 2 Zoffany (IR) — Red Roses Too (Bjorn Baker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1100
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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: 4
4TH, 14Dec18 1.9L Scone 2yo Mdn 900m 55
(G Ryan 5) 9, Set weights, 52.10s (Last 600m
33.28), Soft(6), Deviate 55 1, Bengalla Bay 57 2,
Miraculous 55 3, Btg $6.50, $8.50 5th to turn.
Tightened for room. Blocked for a run near
200m.
Doesn’t look likely.
EQ4
RACE 4
3yo & up BM 72
7.45 (1100m)
1. RAIDEN (1) 61
b g 5 Foxwedge — Glowlamp (K A Lees)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$91,170
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 8:2-1-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1100 (2)
1st UP: 3:1-0-1
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:1-1-0
WIN: 21.4%
PLACE: 42.9%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: s31215s1002555s
5TH, 14Jul18 3.4L Sunshine Coast (Metro) Cls
3 1000m 59 (J Lloyd 11) 13, Set weights, 59.23s
(Last 600m 34.99), Soft(6), Jetsonic 59 1, Makes
You Think 57 2, Totally Charmed 55 3, Btg $5.00,
$4.00, $4.60 (fav). 9th settling, 8th turn. 5
Wide. Inconvenienced near 200m.
5TH, 28Jul18 7.3L Doomben Cls 6 1110m 54 (J
Lloyd 6) 7, Lim 54, 1:03.33 (Last 600m 33.09),
Good(4), Spurcraft 56.5 1, Malvern Estate 58.5
2, My Girl Hayley 56.5 3, Btg $10.00, $8.50 6th
settling, Last turn. Slowly away. Overraced early
stages.
--- SPELL --Fitter for ½ nk 2nd Invincible Quest
800m Gosford barrier trial Good(4) Dec 18.
First-up. Won in BM73 company at Warwick
Farm first-up last campaign. Drawn well.
Worth including.
2. ALL TOO ROYAL (3) 60.5
b g 4 All Too Hard — Bel Mer (C Maher & D
Eustace)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$63,435
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 3:0-1-0
Won over: 1000 (2) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:2-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 37.5%
PLACE: 75%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 47s13s1122
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2ND, 22Nov18 1/2 nck, nse RandwickKensington Bm70 1100m 60 (K Mc Evoy 4) 7,
Lim 55, 1:03.73 (Last 600m 34.99), Good(4),
Phoebe’s Lass 55 1, November Man 56 including
0.5 over 3, Ellie’s Encore 60.5 4, Btg $2.25, $1.80,
$1.90 (fav). 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 21Dec18 1/2 hd, 2.3L RandwickKensington Bm76 1150m 58 (J Mc Donald 3) 9,
Lim 54, 1:06.23 (Last 600m 34.72), Soft(5), Tell
Me 54 1, Sikhing Glory 60 3, Witches 57 4, Btg
$4.80, $4.60 2nd throughout.
Consistent gelding. Prominent and
showed plenty of fight at RandwickKensington last start. Well placed from the
perfect draw. Rates highly.
3. FOX SWIFT (9) 60.5
b m 4 Foxwedge — Runway Runaway (J A
O’Shea)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$150,830
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 5:2-1-0
Won over: 1100 (2) 1203 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-0
WIN: 23.1%
PLACE: 46.2%
RTG: 75
LAST 15 STARTS: 251215s068520s1
10TH, 19May18 7.7L Doomben 3yo Open
1200m 55 (M Cahill 1) 12, Set weights, 1:09.12
(Last 600m 34.22), Good(4), Winter Bride
55 1, Prom Queen 55 2, Scallopini 57 3, Btg
$8.50, $9.00, $8.00 3rd to turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- SPELL --WON, 17Oct18 0.8L, hd Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1100m 56.5 (R Dolan 12) 12, Lim 53,
1:04.92 (Last 600m 35.89), Soft(6), Super Star
Bob 60 2, See The Show 58 3, Regimen 60.5
4, Btg $6.00, $4.60, $4.80 10th to 800m, 8th
turn. Passed fit at barrier. Jumped awkwardly.
--- LET-UP --Strips fitter for 4¾ len 7th Alizee 1050m
R’wick barrier trial Soft(6) Dec 17. Returning
from let-up. Honest customer. Ridden
patiently and let down smartly to salute at
Randwick-Kensington first-up. Among the
dangers.
4. OUR MANTRA (8) 60.5
b g 4 Sebring — Truly Elegant (Joseph Pride)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$122,370
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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TRACK: 1:0-1-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-2-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-1
3rd UP: 3:1-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 34s1225s271066s
6TH, 18Apr18 3.1L Randwick-Kensington
Bm82 1550m 56 (C Brown 3) 8, Lim 53, 1:31.58
(Last 600m 34.70), Good(4), Bezel 53 1, Seaway
55 2, Dubaiinstyle 58 3, Btg $4.60, $4.80 4th to
turn. Overraced early, middle stages.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 19May18 1.8L Rosehill 3yo Bm77 1400m
56.5 (J Van Overmeire 2) 9, Lim 53, 1:24.60
(Last 600m 35.20, Last 200m 11.56), Good(4),
Lisdoonvarna 56 1, Seaway 60.5 2, Gaulois 59.5
3, Btg $21.00, $26.00, $15.00 7th to 800m, 8th
turn. Jumped awkwardly.
--- SPELL --Had the benefit of 7½ len 5th Rebel
Miss 807m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5)
Dec 27. Resuming. Wasn’t far away in
BM73 company at Canterbury first-up last
campaign. Meeting easier opposition here.
Should be competitive.
5. STAR CROSSED (2) 60
br g 5 Starcraft (NZ) — Purring Flyer (P R Atkins)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$128,990
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TRACK: 7:1-1-2
DIST: 9:2-1-2
Won over: 1000 (1) 1100 (2)
1st UP: 7:2-3-1
2nd UP: 5:1-0-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 17.6%
PLACE: 52.9%
RTG: 70
LAST 15 STARTS: 160s3335s940s25
2ND, 30Nov18 1.3L, 0.5L Canterbury-N Bm76
1100m 57.5 (J Bowman 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:04.43
(Last 600m 34.86), Good(4), Samadoubt 58.5
1, Handfast 59.5 3, Cash Crisis 54 4, Btg $4.00,
$3.50 (fav). 3rd to turn.
5TH, 14Dec18 5L Scone Open 1100m 57.5 (C
O’Brien 2) 8, Lim 54, 1:03.16 (Last 600m 33.43),
Soft(6), Clipper 55 1, Professor Marx 59.5 2,
Postmaster General 54 3, Btg $2.25, $2.50 (eq
fav). 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Hampered near
200m. Lame after race.
Just battled home at Scone last outing.
Place makes best appeal.
6. SEDITION (6) 59.5
ch g 4 Exceed And Excel — Jerezana Richard Litt
SCRATCHED
7. WANDER (7) 59.5
b/br g 4 Lonhro — Mayfield (GB) (Richard Litt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$87,370
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TRACK: 2:1-0-0
DIST: 6:2-2-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1100 (2)
1st UP: 3:1-1-0
2nd UP: 2:2-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 33.3%
PLACE: 55.6%
RTG: 69
LAST 15 STARTS: 1s212709s51
5TH, 06Dec18 2.2L Gosford Cls 2 1100m 59
(A Hyeronimus 1) 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 $6.00, $10.00 6th to
800m, 3rd turn.
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C,H&G’s Bm70 1100m 56.5 (S R Weatherley 2)
9, Lim 54, 1:05.10 (Last 600m 35.38), Heavy(8),
Time Out Of Mind 57 2, Sugar Bay Leonard 57 3,
Vega 54.5 4, Btg $7.00, $5.50, $6.00 3rd to turn.
Slowly away.
Charged through to score here at latest.
Fitter for two runs back. Keep in the mix.
8. ANNA’S JOY (5) 58
ch m 5 Wanted — Rosarino (P Niceforo)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$95,505
15
3
5
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
13
1
1
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
5
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 3:1-0-1
Won over: 1000 (2) 1100 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-2-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-1-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 66.7%
RTG: 70
LAST 15 STARTS: 1s252037s246123
2ND, 19Dec18 1L, 0.8L Wyong Bm64 1000m
59 (B Griffiths 5) 10, Lim 54, 57.69s (Last 600m
33.18), Good(4), Epic Dan 57.5 1, Il Bandito 57 3,
Four More Millers 57.5 4, Btg $4.20, $5.00, $4.80
4th to 800m, 7th turn. Jumped awkwardly.
3RD, 28Dec18 sht hd, 0.8L Gosford Cls 3
1100m 55 (B Griffiths 7) 9, Lim 54, 1:03.78 (Last
600m 34.16), Good(3), It’s So Obvious 56 1,
Bombarding 58.5 2, Spencer 55.5 4, Btg $4.20,
$4.60 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn.
No match for winner but kept on for the
minor spoils at Gosford last start. Could
sneak a place at odds.
9. MARMARIS (4) 57.5
br c 3 Lonhro — Seaside (James Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$66,390
5
1
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
3
1
1
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
1
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:1-1-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1250 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 60%
RTG: 68
LAST 15 STARTS: 721s24s
2ND, 23Jun18 1L, lng hd Randwick 2yo Open
1200m 56.5 (G Schofield 2) 8, Lim 53, 1:13.27
(Last 600m 36.32, Last 200m 12.24), Heavy(9),
Dio D’Oro 58 1, Silent Explorer 57 3, Knight Arrow
55.5 4, Btg $5.50, $7.00 6th to turn.
4TH, 07Jul18 4.4L Randwick 2yo Open
1200m 58 (T Angland 8) 10, Lim 53.5, 1:13.40
(Last 600m 36.99, Last 200m 12.90), Soft(7),
Helaku 55.5 1, Blast 55.5 2, Thinkin’ Big 57 3, Btg
$3.20, $3.80, $3.50 (fav). 9th settling, Last turn.
--- SPELL --Prepared for this with lg hd, 2¾ len 3rd
Royal Witness, Lucand Lad 807m W Farm
barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27. First-up. Placed
in Open company at Randwick first-up last
campaign. Good draw. Commands respect.
RACE 5
3yo & up BM 72
8.15 (1550m)
1. DAWN RAID (8) 62
b/br g 5 Charge Forward — Silently (J A O’Shea)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$116,045
19
6
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
—
15
4
—
—
Wins
—
6
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 3:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
Won over: 1300 (1) 1400 (2) 1500 (2) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-1
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 4:2-0-0
4th UP: 4:2-0-1
WIN: 31.6%
PLACE: 52.6%
RTG: 74
LAST 15 STARTS: 106s556134s5411
WON, 09Dec18 0.5L, 0.5L Hawkesbury Bm64
1500m 59 (Ms M Weir 3) 7, Lim 54, 1:29.75 (Last
600m 34.30), Good(3), Ready Set Sing 54 2,
Elkano 56 3, Myprayer 59 4, Btg $3.50, $5.00
2nd to turn.
WON, 22Dec18 1L, 1L Newcastle Bm70 1600m
58 (Billy Owen 4) 7, Lim 54, 1:38.42 (Last 600m
34.44), Good(4), Chalmers 61 2, Hand It In 60 3,
I Am Awesome 54 4, Btg $2.35, $2.60 (fav). 5th
to 1200m, led 800m, 2nd turn. Ran wide early,
middle stages.
Chasing hat-trick following an impressive
win at Newcastle last outing. Strong claims.
2. WU GOK (7) 61.5
b g 5 Sebring — Lipari (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$141,945
17
3
4
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
—
9
3
5
—
Wins
—
1
—
2
—
2nds
—
3
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 5:1-1-1
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 1550 (1) 2200 (2)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 17.6%
PLACE: 47.1%
RTG: 73
LAST 15 STARTS: 4624211528s273s
7TH, 21Oct17 5L Randwick Bm85 1600m 55 (C
Reith 10) 11, Lim 53, 1:36.90 (Last 600m 36.93,
Last 200m 13.01), Soft(7), Mortar Platoon 54 1,
Impavido 55.5 2, Hogmanay 59.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$12.00 8th to 800m, 7th turn. Lacerations.
3RD, 01Nov17 1L, lng hd Canterbury Bm75
1900m 60 (T Angland 5) 7, Lim 53, 1:59.09 (Last
600m 36.15), Good(3), Shield Wall 55 1, Be Like
Dad 58.5 2, Rosettas Whey 55.5 4, Btg $3.50,
$3.80, $3.00 (fav). 2nd to 800m, led turn.
--- SPELL --Primed for return with 6½ len 6th Fierce
Impact 1200m R’wick barrier trial Soft(6)
Dec 17. Resumes from long spell. Handy
galloper. Wasn’t far away in BM80 company
at Rosehill first-up last campaign. Watch
betting closely.
3. CHALMERS (3) 60.5
b g 4 Mossman — Nephtys (K A Lees)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$144,290
16
4
5
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
16
—
10
3
3
—
Wins
—
3
—
1
—
2nds
—
2
2
1
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1450 (1) 1500 (1) 1600 (2)
1st UP: 4:0-2-0
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-1-0
4th UP: 3:1-1-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 56.3%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 5141s21210s8472
7TH, 01Dec18 4.3L Kembla Grange Open
1600m 57.5 (K Jennings 3) 15, Set wts with pen,
1:35.79 (Last 600m 35.89), Soft(7), Bobbing
56 1, Plaisir 56 2, High Power 57.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$17.00, $16.00 11th settling, 10th 1200m, 11th
800m, 9th turn.
2ND, 22Dec18 1L, 1L Newcastle Bm70 1600m
61 (A Gibbons 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:38.42 (Last 600m
34.44), Good(4), Dawn Raid 58 1, Hand It In 60
3, I Am Awesome 54 4, Btg $2.80, $3.50 4th to
1200m, 5th 800m, 6th turn. Overraced early
stages. Laid in in straight.
Honest competitor. Ran on well to place
at Newcastle last time out. Nice gate. Can
play a key role.
4. BON EQUUS (6) 59
br g 6 Medaglia D’Oro (US) — A Fairy’s Kiss (NZ)
(Joseph Pride)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$130,430
32
5
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
32
—
23
6
3
—
Wins
—
3
2
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
4
—
—
—
TRACK: 4:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1500 (1) 1600 (1) 2100 (2) 2330 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-0-1
2nd UP: 4:2-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-1-0
4th UP: 4:0-1-0
WIN: 15.6%
PLACE: 37.5%
RTG: 68
LAST 15 STARTS: 11s0684314357s8
7TH, 26May18 5.3L Gosford Bm70 2600m
60.5 (M Bell 8) 9, Lim 54, 2:46.44 (Last 600m
37.35), Good(4), Red Dream 58.5 1, Only Tiger
57 2, Animalia 57 3, Btg $7.00, $7.50, $6.00 2nd
settling, 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- SPELL --8TH, 19Dec18 8.6L Wyong Bm70 1350m 60
(J Ford 9) 11, Lim 54, 1:19.53 (Last 600m 34.58),
Good(4), Spanish Dream 57.5 1, Shantou 58 2,
Sizzled 54.5 3, Btg $81.00, $61.00, $71.00 Last to
turn. Jumped awkwardly.
Failed to make an impression in weaker
class at Wyong first-up. Faces stronger
opposition now. Looks tested.
5. CELTIC LOVE (10) 58.5
b m 5 Dylan Thomas (IR) — Racing Romance (M
C Conners)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$95,220
20
5
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
20
—
10
9
1
—
Wins
—
3
2
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
1
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1350 (1) 1400 (2) 1500 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-1
2nd UP: 4:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:1-1-0
4th UP: 2:2-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: sP1112556640s14
--- SPELL --WON, 29Nov18 sht nck, 1.5L Wyong Cls 4
1350m 57 (T Clark 4) 7, Lim 54, 1:20.11 (Last
600m 35.71), Soft(6), Bryan’s Babe 54 2, Cuba
56.5 3, Dawn Raid 59 4, Btg $4.60, $5.50 5th to
turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 21Dec18 5.7L Randwick-Kensington
, F&M’s Bm70 1550m 61.5 (T Clark 2) 7, Lim 55,
1:31.76 (Last 600m 34.98), Soft(5), Toryjoy 60
1, Tycoon Street 56.5 2, Ivy’s Court 58.5 3, Btg
$9.00, $13.00 3rd settling, 4th to turn.
Coming off a modest run in same
company at Randwick-Kensington at latest.
Good win two starts back at Wyong. Tough
alley. Rough chance for minors.
6. C’EST DAVINCHI (9) 58
b g 4 All Too Hard — Mystically (US) (M, W & J
Hawkes)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$78,490
10
2
5
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
10
—
8
1
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
5
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:2-0-0
DIST: 2:2-0-0
Won over: 1550 (2)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-2-0
3rd UP: 2:1-1-0
4th UP: 2:1-1-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 70%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 8s2222s62119
WON, 30Nov18 1L, 1L Canterbury-N Bm70
1550m 56 (C Brown 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:34.21 (Last
600m 35.91), Good(4), Smiling Manolito 56.5
2, Fuel 58.5 3, Pianissimo 57.5 4 dead heat, Btg
$6.00, $6.50, $4.80 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 22Dec18 4.9L Warwick Farm Bm78
1600m 54 (C Brown 7) 9, Lim 53, 1:40.90 (Last
600m 36.69, Last 200m 12.88), Heavy(8),
Monsieur Sisu 56.5 1, Astoria 60.5 2, Intueri
57.5 3, Btg $7.50, $9.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn.
Slowly away. Rider - didn’t handle going. Vetted
- no abnormalities.
Went to line only fairly in the wet in
stronger class at Warwick Farm last start.
Assess on strong performance here two
starts ago. Has had success at this track.
Each-way chance.
7. SNITZEL DAY (5) 57.5
b g 4 Snitzel — Angelic Smile (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$99,775
15
2
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
12
2
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 13.3%
PLACE: 26.7%
RTG: 65
LAST 15 STARTS: 431s1046027s046
4TH, 28Nov18 2.1L Warwick Farm Bm70
1400m 57.5 (S R Weatherley 1) 7, Lim 53, 1:29.36
(Last 600m 37.03), Heavy(8), Regent 60.5
1, Coterie 59 2, He’s A Given 58 3, Btg $17.00,
$21.00, $15.00 3rd to turn.
6TH, 19Dec18 1.9L Wyong Cls 2 1350m
60 (S R Weatherley 5) 7, Lim 54, 1:21.13 (Last
600m 33.86), Good(4), Fuchu 58 1, Cuba 57
2, Resonare 57 3, Btg $3.20, $4.00 led to turn.
Inquiry into performance.
Gave good account under 60kg at Wyong
last outing. Keep in mind.
8. WEEKEND AFFAIR (1) 57.5
b g 5 Trusting — Weekend In Paris (J C Coyle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$123,250
26
3
6
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
—
17
5
4
—
Wins
—
2
—
1
—
2nds
—
4
1
1
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 5:1-1-0
DIST: 5:1-1-0
Won over: 1300 (1) 1400 (1) 1550 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-1
2nd UP: 4:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-2-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-2
WIN: 11.5%
PLACE: 46.2%
RTG: 65
LAST 15 STARTS: 424282s57234156
5TH, 06Dec18 3L Gosford Bm70 1600m 59
(Ms J Taylor 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:39.31 (Last 600m
35.13), Good(4), Sculptures 54 1, Stock Up 57 2,
Sensacova 54 3, Btg $3.50, $5.00 5th to 800m,
6th turn. Hit rail near 600m.
6TH, 14Dec18 4.2L Canterbury-N Bm70
1550m 59 (Ms J Taylor 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:36.29 (Last
600m 35.76), Heavy(8), Smiling Manolito 56.5
1, Welsh Legend 54.5 2, Snippetspeed 56.5 3,
Btg $13.00 8th to 1200m, 7th 800m, 8th turn.
Blocked for a run near 200m.
Average effort in the wet this grade here
last time out. Not likely.
9. PLAYARD (2) 56.5
b g 4 Hinchinbrook — McCune (G L Frazer)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$64,470
13
2
3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
13
—
11
2
—
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1106 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:2-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 15.4%
PLACE: 53.8%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 21s5123206s9434
3RD, 25Nov18 1.5L, nck Goulburn C,H&G’s
Bm66 1200m 61.5 (C Brown 2) 12, Lim 54, 1:10.08
(Last 600m 35.24), Good(3), Chewbacca 59.5 1,
Supreme Lad 57.5 2, Manzana 60 4, Btg $5.00,
$6.50 7th to turn.
4TH, 16Dec18 1.6L Hawkesbury C,H&G’s
Bm64 1400m 61 (A Hyeronimus 5) 7, Lim 54.5,
1:26.77 (Last 600m 35.58), Soft(5), Unknown
Universe 57.5 1, Ready Set Sing 54 2, Foxdown
57 3, Btg $5.00, $6.50 5th to 800m, 3rd turn.
Slowly away.
Just behind the placegetters at
Hawkesbury at latest. Keep safe.
10. PIANISSIMO (4) 54.5
b g 6 Northern Meteor — Quiet Aggie (US)
(Richard Litt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$193,615
38
3
7
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
38
—
21
12
5
—
Wins
—
1
1
1
—
2nds
—
5
1
1
—
3rds
—
—
2
1
—
TRACK: 13:1-3-1
DIST: 5:1-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1550 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-2-0
2nd UP: 5:1-0-2
3rd UP: 5:1-1-0
4th UP: 4:0-0-1
WIN: 7.9%
PLACE: 34.2%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 57s232855547647
4TH (D.H.), 30Nov18 2.8L Canterbury-N
Bm70 1550m 57.5 (A Hyeronimus 4) 10, Lim
54, 1:34.21 (Last 600m 35.91), Good(4), C’est
Davinchi 56 1, Smiling Manolito 56.5 2, Fuel 58.5
3, Btg $10.00, $13.00 6th to turn.
7TH, 21Dec18 10.2L Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1400m 57 (T Marquand 6) 9, Lim 54.5,
1:21.90 (Last 600m 34.86), Soft(5), Thy
Kingdom Come 59.5 1, Love Shack Baby 58.5 2,
Toroso 59.5 3, Btg $15.00, $11.00, $13.00 8th to
800m, Last turn.
Was safely held at Randwick-Kensington
last start. Hard to make a case for.
RACE 6
4yo & up BM 70
8.45 (1900m)
1. BEIJING BOARD (8) 63.5
b g 6 Dubawi (IR) — Board Meeting (IR) (Richard
Litt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$175,113
24
5
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
24
1
10
8
4
1
Wins
—
3
2
—
—
2nds
1
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 3:1-0-0
DIST: 4:1-0-0
Won over: 1600 (1) 1800 (1) 1900 (1) 2200 (1)
2400 (1)
1st UP: 7:0-0-0
2nd UP: 5:2-0-0
3rd UP: 5:0-1-0
4th UP: 4:0-1-0
WIN: 20.8%
PLACE: 29.2%
RTG: 75
LAST 15 STARTS: 152111s0600s999
9TH, 08Dec18 8.2L Rosehill Bm78 1500m 60
(A Hyeronimus 7) 10, Lim 53, 1:29.25 (Last 600m
35.21, Last 200m 12.64), Good(3), Reflectivity
56.5 1, Turnberry 56.5 2, Asterius 59.5 3, Btg
$101.00, $151.00 9th throughout. Slowly away.
LAST, 22Dec18 12.1L Warwick Farm Bm88
2110m 54.5 (A Hyeronimus 1) 9, Lim 52.5, 2:13.78
((class record) Last 600m 36.99, Last 200m
13.74), Heavy(8), Naval Warfare 59 1, Mutarakem
53.5 2, Solo Mission 53 3, Btg $26.00, $17.00 led
to 800m, 2nd turn. Inquiry into performance.
Overraced early stages.
Needs to improve sharply. Unlikely to
trouble these.
RACING 39
2. MISSYBEEL (11) 61
7. KUIPER BELT (12) 58
b m 4 Savabeel — Sitting Pretty (NZ) (Bjorn
Baker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$102,510
16
4
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
16
—
12
4
—
—
Wins
—
3
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
1
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1600 (2) 1800 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:1-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:2-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 74
LAST 15 STARTS: 6731950s7271731
3RD, 07Dec18 1L, 0.5L Mudgee Open 1600m
54.5 (J Van Overmeire 2) 13, Lim 54, 1:35.15 ,
Good(3), Tahsin 56.5 1, Appoint Percy 52 2,
Steamin’ 54 4, Btg $8.50, $9.00 10th to 800m,
7th turn. Jumped awkwardly.
WON, 21Dec18 3.3L, 1.8L RandwickKensington Bm70 1800m 58.5 (A Hyeronimus
8) 8, Lim 54, 1:49.54 (Last 600m 35.07), Soft(5),
Kilmacurragh 59.5 2, Laguna Mountains 54
3, Allcash 59.5 4, Btg $6.50, $7.00, $6.50 led
throughout.
Useful galloper. Commanding all-the-way
winner this level at Randwick-Kensington
last outing. Looks one of the main chances.
br g 5 Dansili (GB) — Lindelaan (US) (John
Thompson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$45,655
10
2
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
10
—
7
2
1
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
1
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1600 (1) 2000 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 40s512412s08
LAST, 06Nov18 10.8L Randwick Bm70
1400m 58.5 (B Spriggs 4) 11, Lim 53.5, 1:21.33
(Last 600m 34.92), Good(4), Campari 57 1, Moet
Rose 58 2, Coolotta 58 3, Btg $13.00, $51.00
Last settling, 10th 800m, Last turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
LAST, 23Nov18 9.8L Bong Bong Open 1560m
66 (A Barton 5) 8, Lim 62, 1:37.31 , Good(3),
Zeppelin 62.5 1, Louis’ Choice 62 2, Miami Dade
69 3, Btg $9.00 .
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Wide alley is a concern. This
looks too hard.
3. HAND IT IN (2) 60
b g 5 Tickets — Cute And Cuddly R E Ollerton
SCRATCHED
4. ALLCASH (9) 59.5
b g 8 Danehill Dancer (IR) — Mowaadah (IR) (C
J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$381,567
44
3
7
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
44
—
34
6
4
—
Wins
—
1
2
—
—
2nds
—
5
—
2
—
3rds
—
5
—
1
—
TRACK: 5:2-1-0
DIST: 4:1-1-0
Won over: 1810 (1) 1900 (1) 2700 (1)
1st UP: 7:0-1-0
2nd UP: 5:1-2-0
3rd UP: 5:1-0-2
4th UP: 4:0-1-0
WIN: 6.8%
PLACE: 36.4%
RTG: 67
LAST 15 STARTS: 176s624424531s4
WON, 29Aug18 sht hd, 1.5L Canterbury
Bm76 2700m 54.5 (J Ford 4) 7, Lim 53, 2:50.79
(Last 600m 37.85), Good(3), Prescience 54.5 2,
Segenhoe 61 3, Everly Girl 53 4, Btg $2.90, $2.60
(fav). 5th settling, 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- SPELL --4TH, 21Dec18 5.6L Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1800m 59.5 (T Berry 1) 8, Lim 54, 1:49.54
(Last 600m 35.07), Soft(5), Missybeel 58.5 1,
Kilmacurragh 59.5 2, Laguna Mountains 54 3,
Btg $8.50, $9.00 5th to 1200m, 4th to turn.
Just battled home in same class at
Randwick-Kensington first-up. Fitter. Has
raced well this track previously. Place
appeal only.
5. SAVVY KEN (5) 59.5
b g 4 Savabeel — Prickle (NZ) (Clare Cunningham)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$53,090
10
2
3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
10
—
9
1
—
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1800 (1) 2000 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-2-0
2nd UP: 2:1-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 70%
RTG: 67
LAST 15 STARTS: 7s2233510s21
2ND, 14Nov18 1L, 4.3L Hawkesbury Bm64
1600m 60 (J Collett 1) 12, Lim 56, 1:35 (Last
600m 33.50), Good(3), Wolfe 59.5 1, Nagging 56
3, All But Gone 58.5 4, Btg $7.00, $7.50, $7.00 3rd
settling, 5th 1200m, 4th 800m, 2nd turn. Laid
out concluding stages.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 09Dec18 1.3L, 1/2 nck Hawkesbury Cls
2 1800m 59 (J Collett 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:49.71 (Last
600m 34.60), Good(3), The Promise 57.5 2,
Watch The Cat 54.5 including 0.5 over 3, Russian
Express 51 4, Btg $1.65, $1.55, $1.65 (fav). 2nd to
800m, led turn. Laid out in straight. Swab taken
by order of stewards.
--- FRESHENED --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 (1) 59
b/br g 6 Dylan Thomas (IR) — Racing Romance
(M C Conners)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$227,505
41
7
7
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
41
1
23
11
6
—
Wins
—
3
3
1
—
2nds
—
6
1
—
—
3rds
1
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 9:2-1-0
DIST: 7:2-1-0
Won over: 1400 (2) 1600 (2) 1800 (1) 1900 (2)
1st UP: 5:0-1-0
2nd UP: 5:1-0-0
3rd UP: 5:0-0-1
4th UP: 5:2-0-0
WIN: 17.1%
PLACE: 41.5%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 06262s200148381
8TH, 21Nov18 9.8L Newcastle Open 2300m
57.5 (Ms J Taylor 4) 9, Lim 54, 2:28.71 (Last
600m 36.75), Good(4), Keep Up 58.5 1, Hirokin
55.5 2, Rage Against 54 3, Btg $4.00, $5.00 led
to turn. Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 14Dec18 1.5L, 1/2 hd Canterbury-N
Bm70 1900m 56.5 (J Parr 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:59.38
(Last 600m 36.93), Heavy(8), Tunero 59 2, High
Power 60 3, Beauty Kanas 55.5 4, Btg $15.00,
$16.00 2nd settling, led to turn.
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.
8. SAN FRANCISCO (4) 58
b g 4 Ilovethiscity — Medusa (P M Perry)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$92,590
21
3
2
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
—
17
1
3
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 6:0-1-1
DIST: 6:1-1-1
Won over: 1150 (1) 1300 (1) 1900 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 4:1-0-2
3rd UP: 4:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 38.1%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 15322s89508s630
3RD, 30Nov18 1L, 2.3L Canterbury-N Bm70
1900m 59 (B Avdulla 6) 8, Lim 54, 1:57.81 (Last
600m 36.07), Soft(5), Tunero 57 1, Via Veneto
56 2, Triple Hero 54.5 including 0.5 over 4, Btg
$12.00, $16.00 6th to turn.
LAST, 14Dec18 26.8L Canterbury-N Bm70
1900m 59 (J Mc Donald 10) 12, Lim 54, 1:59.38
(Last 600m 36.93), Heavy(8), Dylan’s Romance
56.5 1, Tunero 59 2, High Power 60 3, Btg $10.00,
$16.00 7th settling, 8th to 800m, 10th turn.
Wide throughout. Minor injury.
Ordinary in the wet this grade here last
outing. Expect long odds.
9. HAMMOND LANE (3) 57.5
ch g 7 Dreamscape — Mandra (J N Englebrecht)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$202,135
45
7
7
8
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
45
—
30
10
5
—
Wins
—
5
2
—
—
2nds
—
4
2
1
—
3rds
—
4
2
2
—
TRACK: 12:1-2-1
DIST: 2:0-1-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1100 (1) 1200 (1) 1350 (2)
1400 (1) 1550 (1)
1st UP: 6:2-2-1
2nd UP: 6:1-0-2
3rd UP: 5:1-2-1
4th UP: 5:1-2-0
WIN: 15.6%
PLACE: 48.9%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 16s382253070792
9TH, 14Dec18 5L Canterbury-N Bm70 1900m
58 (C Brown 2) 12, Lim 54, 1:59.38 (Last 600m
36.93), Heavy(8), Dylan’s Romance 56.5 1,
Tunero 59 2, High Power 60 3, Btg $21.00, $17.00
4th settling, 3rd to turn. Hampered near 100m.
2ND, 26Dec18 1.3L, 0.8L Newcastle Bm64
1890m 58.5 (Ms J Duggan 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:57.37
(Last 600m 33.66), Good(4), Wild About Her
59.5 1, Dynamic Dynasty 55.5 including 0.5 over
3, My King’s Counsel 59 4, Btg $6.00 2nd to
800m, led turn.
Solid on-pace performance at Newcastle
last time out. Outside chance for multiples.
10. JOE’S JOY (6) 57
br m 5 Song Of Tara (IR) — What A Giggle (Richard
Litt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$58,820
15
2
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
10
4
—
1
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 4:1-1-0
DIST: 4:1-1-0
Won over: 1900 (1) 2000 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:2-0-0
WIN: 13.3%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 712s340187264s5
4TH, 25Jul18 1.2L Canterbury Bm75 1900m
54.5 (T Clark 9) 9, Lim 53, 1:58.08 (Last 600m
36.27), Good(4), Trafalgar 58 1, King Tomlola 62
2, Fantastic Man 58 3, Btg $13.00, $16.00 2nd
settling, led to turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 14Dec18 .8 L Canterbury-N Bm76 1550m
54 (J Van Overmeire 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:34.76 (Last
600m 36.65), Soft(7), Fuel 57.5 1, Trafalgar 58.5
2, Mutarakem 60 3, Btg $17.00, $12.00 3rd to
turn.
Gave a good sight here first-up. Gets
in light and will only be fitter. Not the
roughest.
11. ROMANCE CAN COSTA (14)
56
br m 5 Von Costa De Hero — Romantic (Aaron
Clarke)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$75,470
22
6
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
22
—
17
3
1
1
Wins
—
3
2
—
1
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:1-0-0
DIST: 2:2-0-0
Won over: 1425 (1) 1800 (2) 1900 (2) 2120 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 27.3%
PLACE: 31.8%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 51715131110s796
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40 RACING
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9TH, 17Nov18 7.5L Gundagai Bm65 1800m
59.5 (A Kajiya 3) 12, Lim 54, 1:48.33 (Last
600m 37.61), Good(3), Tyres Are Crucial 56 1,
Triple Hero 57 2, Ardanza 56.5 3, Btg $6.50,
$10.00 9th settling, Last to turn. Checked near
400m. Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 20Dec18 1.9L Goulburn Open 1600m 54
(Ms K Nisbet 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:34.23 (Last 600m
36.90), Good(4), Triple Hero 52.5 1, Hurricane
Harbour 56.5 2, Nagging 54 3, Btg $17.00, $26.00
Last to 800m, 9th turn.
Has come up with a horror draw. Others
better.
12. SAINT KATARINA (10) 55.5
ch m 4 Snitzel — St. Katherine (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$56,240
12
2
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
9
2
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
3
—
—
—
DIST: 0:0-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1600 (1) 1850 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:2-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 16.7%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 3514320s43155
5TH, 05Dec18 1.9L Warwick Farm Bm70
2200m 56 (T Berry 7) 12, Lim 53, 2:17.43 (Last
600m 36.45), Good(4), Devil’s Lair 57.5 1, Miss
Shanti 58.5 2, The Iron Maiden 56 3, Btg $7.00,
$8.00 7th settling, 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
5TH, 21Dec18 6.1L Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1800m 56 (J Mc Donald 6) 8, Lim 54,
1:49.54 (Last 600m 35.07), Soft(5), Missybeel
58.5 1, Kilmacurragh 59.5 2, Laguna Mountains
54 3, Btg $3.00, $2.80, $2.90 (fav). 7th settling,
Last to 800m, 5th turn.
Coming off a modest run this level as fav
at Randwick-Kensington last start. Worth
another look on firmer track.
13. DESTINY’S HERO (7) 56.5
b g 4 Helmet — Belle Of New York (NZ) (J C Coyle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$56,750
15
2
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
12
1
2
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
DIST: 2:0-0-0
TRACK: 4:0-0-0
Won over: 1500 (2)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:2-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 13.3%
PLACE: 20%
RTG: 61
LAST 15 STARTS: 14s261787s84475
7TH, 14Dec18 3.3L Canterbury-N Bm70
1900m 58 (J Collett 4) 12, Lim 54, 1:59.38 (Last
600m 36.93), Heavy(8), Dylan’s Romance 56.5
1, Tunero 59 2, High Power 60 3, Btg $15.00,
$11.00 9th settling, 10th 1200m, 9th 800m,
8th turn.
5TH, 26Dec18 3.6L Newcastle Bm64 1890m
60.5 (Ms J Taylor 8) 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 $4.80, $4.60 7th to
turn.
Battled on fairly at Newcastle last outing.
Only a place chance.
14. LE CAVALIER (13) 54
ch g 8 Bianconi (US) — La Ventana (N F Gardner)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$199,020
66
7
14
11
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
66
—
44
17
3
2
Wins
—
4
2
—
1
2nds
—
12
2
—
—
3rds
—
9
2
—
—
DIST: 3:1-0-0
TRACK: 9:1-0-2
Won over: 1200 (2) 1400 (3) 1550 (1) 1900 (1)
1st UP: 10:2-3-0
2nd UP: 9:1-1-1
3rd UP: 9:1-2-1
4th UP: 8:1-1-2
WIN: 10.6%
PLACE: 48.5%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: s0359486140s874
7TH, 11Dec18 3.2L Wagga Open 1600m 57
(Ms C Gravener 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:36.45 (Last 600m
34.62), Good(3), Class Clown 57.5 1, Bondo 54
2, Not Too Sure 58.5 3, Btg $8.50, $11.00 Last
to turn.
4TH, 20Dec18 1.6L Goulburn Open 1600m
56.5 (Ms C Gravener 9) 11, Lim 54, 1:34.23 (Last
600m 36.90), Good(4), Triple Hero 52.5 1,
Hurricane Harbour 56.5 2, Nagging 54 3, Btg
$10.00, $17.00 10th to turn.
Veteran galloper. Drawn poorly. Faces a
task.
RACE 7
5yo & up BM 74
9.15 (1250m)
1. HANDFAST (3) 61.5
ch g 6 Street Cry (IR) — Lobola (Richard Litt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$292,685
30
3
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
30
—
17
8
5
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
2
2
—
—
DIST: 1:1-0-0
TRACK: 1:0-0-1
Won over: 1250 (1) 1400 (2)
1st UP: 7:1-0-2
2nd UP: 7:1-2-0
3rd UP: 5:0-1-1
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 10%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 75
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s60s4044370s37
12TH, 04Aug18 7.2L Randwick Bm82 1400m
56.5 (Ms M Weir 12) 15, Lim 53, 1:21.45 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.41, Last 200m 11.80),
Good(3), Bergerac 53.5 1, Mr Tickets 58 2, Island
Missile 57 3, Btg $41.00, $51.00 12th settling,
11th turn. Passed fit at barrier. Wide throughout.
Overraced during race.
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--- SPELL --3RD, 30Nov18 1.3L, 0.5L Canterbury-N Bm76
1100m 59.5 (S R Weatherley 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:04.43
(Last 600m 34.86), Good(4), Samadoubt 58.5 1,
Star Crossed 57.5 2, Cash Crisis 54 4, Btg $10.00,
$12.00 9th to turn.
7TH, 21Dec18 4.4L Randwick-Kensington
Bm76 1150m 59.5 (S R Weatherley 9) 9, Lim
54, 1:06.23 (Last 600m 34.72), Soft(5), Tell Me
54 1, All Too Royal 58 2, Sikhing Glory 60 3, Btg
$10.00, $13.00 6th to turn.
Went to line only fairly in same class at
Randwick-Kensington at latest. Fitter thirdup. Good gate. Right in this.
2. ELECTRIC CHARLIE (9) 60
b g 5 Myboycharlie (IR) — Miscount (J E & C
Ledger)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$104,890
26
6
3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
—
18
8
—
—
Wins
—
4
2
—
—
2nds
—
1
2
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1170 (2) 1200 (1) 1400 (3)
1st UP: 4:1-2-0
2nd UP: 4:0-1-1
3rd UP: 3:1-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 23.1%
PLACE: 42.3%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: 361s10s400541D1
WON, 06Nov18 2.5L, 1.5L Wangaratta Bm64
1170m 61.5 (Z Spain 6) 8, Lim 55, 1:09.64 ,
Soft(6), Carwelkin 57 2, Doogans Rise 60 3,
Pieceofeight 60 4, Btg $2.00 (fav). .
--- FRESHENED --DISQUALIFIED, 30Nov18 Wodonga Bm70
1300m 59.5 (Z Spain 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:16.82 ,
Good(3), As Bad As Tyson 58.5 1, What A Hoot
59 2, Not Too Sure 61 3, Btg $5.00, $6.00 6th to
800m, 5th turn. Laid in in straight.
WON, 20Dec18 1/2 hd, 0.8L Seymour Bm70
1200m 59.5 (L Nolen 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.80 ,
Good(4), What A Hoot 59 2, O’Lonhro Bay 56.5
3, Oscar’s My Mate Pa 56.5 4, Btg $4.00, $3.00,
$3.20 (fav). 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
Honest customer. Charged late to get up
in final bounds at Seymour last start. Can’t
be taken lightly.
3. THE PHAROAH (1) 59
b g 5 Snitzel — Win Here Win There (Richard Litt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$182,450
19
2
5
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
—
15
2
2
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
1
1
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 5:1-2-0
DIST: 4:1-2-0
Won over: 1250 (1) 1350 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-2-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 10.5%
PLACE: 42.1%
RTG: 70
LAST 15 STARTS: 213097848s68042
10TH, 17Nov18 3.8L Rosehill Bm78 1300m
53 (R Dolan 1) 12, Lim 53, 1:17.03 (Last 600m
34.02, Last 200m 11.60), Good(4), Sweet Deal
56 including 0.5 over 1, Newsfan 59 2, Catesby
56.5 3, Btg $31.00, $21.00 5th settling, 4th turn.
Overraced middle stages.
4TH, 30Nov18 .8 L Canterbury-N , C,H&G’s
Bm70 1100m 60.5 (J Ford 5) 11, Lim 54, 1:04.82
(Last 600m 35.60), Good(4), Zidane 58.5 1, Evict
56.5 2, Legislation 58 3, Btg $31.00, $26.00 3rd
to 800m, 2nd turn. Lost a plate.
2ND, 14Dec18 1L, 2.8L Canterbury-N Bm70
1250m 60.5 (J Ford 6) 9, Lim 54, 1:13.93 (Last
600m 36.20), Heavy(8), Pembroke Castle 56.5
1, Just Like Stratum 54 3, Only Wanna Sing 57.5 4,
Btg $6.00, $8.00 led to turn.
On pace and boxed on to fill the minors
here last outing. Expect will be prominent
from the decent draw. Rates highly.
4. JERICHO (6) 58.5
b g 5 Smart Missile — Advance To Go (P & P
Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$66,255
7
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
5
2
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 28.6%
RTG: 69
LAST 15 STARTS: 4s12s0s508s
5TH, 31Aug18 4.7L Wyong Bm74 1100m 59.5
(J Mc Donald 7) 9, Lim 54, 1:03.59 (Last 600m
34.58), Soft(5), Smart Melody 54.5 1, Americana
Magic 61 2, Ridicule 58 3, Btg $21.00, $16.00 8th
to 800m, 6th turn.
10TH, 15Sep18 3.5L Randwick Bm88 1200m
53 (Ms W Costin 11) 13, Lim 53, 1:09.93 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.27, Last 200m 11.40),
Good(4), Trekking 59.5 1, Right Or Wrong 58 2,
Suncraze 57 3, Btg $71.00, $101.00 12th settling,
11th turn. Overraced early stages. Laid in in
straight.
LAST, 26Sep18 3.6L Rosehill Bm78 1300m
57 (T Berry 3) 8, Lim 53.5, 1:20.08 (Last 600m
35.55), Soft(7), Piracy 60.5 1, Chapelco 59 2,
Destiny’s Own 57 3, Btg $10.00, $7.00 3rd to
turn. Poor post-race recovery.
--- SPELL --Fitter for 7¼ len 7th The Drake 803m W
Farm barrier trial Good(4) Dec 11. Resuming.
Worth some thought.
5. VIRGILIO (11) 58.5
b g 5 Snippetson — Witches Hat (K J Parker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$159,945
29
4
3
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
29
—
25
2
2
—
Wins
—
4
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
1
—
TRACK: 5:1-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (2) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-1-2
2nd UP: 5:3-1-0
3rd UP: 5:0-0-0
4th UP: 4:0-1-0
WIN: 13.8%
PLACE: 34.5%
RTG: 69
LAST 15 STARTS: s719784448s5056
11TH, 24Nov18 9.4L Rosehill Bm78 1200m
58 (J Ford 1) 13, Lim 52, 1:10.36 (Last 600m
34.76, Last 200m 12.70), Good(3), Kool Vinnie
58 1, Redouble 59 2, Kawaikini 56 3, Btg $26.00,
$41.00 7th settling, 3rd turn.
5TH, 30Nov18 2.7L Canterbury-N Bm76
1100m 59 (T Clark 4) 12, Lim 54, 1:04.43 (Last
600m 34.86), Good(4), Samadoubt 58.5 1,
Star Crossed 57.5 2, Handfast 59.5 3, Btg $9.00,
$8.00 5th throughout.
6TH, 21Dec18 4.2L Randwick-Kensington
Bm76 1150m 58.5 (C Brown 8) 9, Lim 54, 1:06.23
(Last 600m 34.72), Soft(5), Tell Me 54 1, All
Too Royal 58 2, Sikhing Glory 60 3, Btg $16.00,
$21.00 7th to 800m, Last turn.
Average effort in same company at
Randwick-Kensington last time out. Badly
drawn. Place makes best appeal.
6. SUGAR BAY LEONARD (7) 58
ch g 6 Encosta De Lago — Sugar Bay (CA) (G
Lukss)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$140,845
17
4
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
—
12
3
2
—
Wins
—
3
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
2
—
TRACK: 7:2-1-2
DIST: 1:0-0-1
Won over: 1100 (4)
1st UP: 5:1-0-1
2nd UP: 4:0-0-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 23.5%
PLACE: 47.1%
RTG: 68
LAST 15 STARTS: 1211s0s0780s503
5TH, 11Nov18 4.2L Warren Open 1200m
62.5 (A Cavallo 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:09.95 , Good(4),
Molasses 59 1, Know How 57.5 2, Zoutenant 54.5
3, Btg $10.00, $9.00, $11.00 4th to 800m, 5th
turn.
10TH, 30Nov18 7.8L Canterbury-N Bm76
1100m 55.5 (B Griffiths 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:04.43
(Last 600m 34.86), Good(4), Samadoubt 58.5 1,
Star Crossed 57.5 2, Handfast 59.5 3, Btg $26.00,
$41.00 Last to turn.
3RD, 14Dec18 1L, lng hd Canterbury-N ,
C,H&G’s Bm70 1100m 57 (B Ryan 4) 9, Lim 54,
1:05.10 (Last 600m 35.38), Heavy(8), Wander
56.5 1, Time Out Of Mind 57 2, Vega 54.5 4, Btg
$17.00, $21.00 led to turn.
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 (8) 57.5
br g 5 Master Of Design — Out Of Credit (C D
Widdison)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$103,015
18
5
4
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
18
—
14
3
1
—
Wins
—
3
2
—
—
2nds
—
4
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1170 (1) 1175 (2) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-0-1
2nd UP: 2:1-1-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 27.8%
PLACE: 55.6%
RTG: 67
LAST 15 STARTS: 2122524159841s4
4TH, 18Jun18 2.7L Albury Open 1400m 57 (L
German 6) 8, Lim 54, 1:27.61 (Last 600m 38.39),
Heavy(10), Man Of Peace 57 1, Willy White Socks
56.5 2, Nahema 54.5 3, Btg $3.00, $2.90, $3.80
(eq fav). 7th settling, Last 800m, 5th turn.
Jumped awkwardly.
WON, 09Jul18 1/2 hd, 1L Wagga Open 1400m
57.5 (A Kajiya 3) 13, Lim 54, 1:25.23 (Last 600m
38.09), Soft(7), Gentleman Max 54 2, Man Of
Peace 60.5 3, Snippet Of Gold 55.5 4, Btg $5.50,
$12.00 4th to turn. Swab taken by order of
stewards.
--- SPELL --4TH, 30Nov18 2.6L Canterbury-N Bm76
1100m 54 (Ms R Prest 2) 12, Lim 54, 1:04.43
(Last 600m 34.86), Good(4), Samadoubt 58.5 1,
Star Crossed 57.5 2, Handfast 59.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$9.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Far from disgraced here firstup. Keep safe.
8. CASCATA ROSSA (4) 56.5
b g 6 Testa Rossa — Backatem (US) (Adam
Duggan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$85,295
23
3
7
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
23
—
11
7
5
—
Wins
—
2
—
1
—
2nds
—
5
2
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
1
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1350 (1) 1400 (1) 1405 (1)
1st UP: 6:0-4-0
2nd UP: 5:1-0-0
3rd UP: 4:2-0-1
4th UP: 4:0-1-1
WIN: 13%
PLACE: 52.2%
RTG: 65
LAST 15 STARTS: 241202s613320s5
2ND, 30May18 2.3L, 0.8L Ipswich (Metro) Cls
3 1710m 59 (J Byrne 3) 8, Set weights, 1:42.45
(Last 600m 36.52), Good(4), Think Like A Bird
55.5 1, Natural Black 59 3, Sicario 57.5 4, Btg
$3.80, $3.50 2nd to 1200m, 3rd 800m, 2nd
turn.
13TH, 16Jun18 8.8L Ipswich (Metro) Bm80
1666m 55.5 (J Byrne 12) 14, Lim 54, 1:41.35 (Last
600m 36.12), Soft(5), Zamex 55 1, El Campeador
57.5 2, Denbern 56.5 3, Btg $13.00, $12.00 led to
turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 14Dec18 2L Canterbury-N , C,H&G’s
Bm70 1100m 56.5 (Ms J Duggan 3) 9, Lim 54,
1:05.10 (Last 600m 35.38), Heavy(8), Wander
56.5 1, Time Out Of Mind 57 2, Sugar Bay Leonard
57 3, Btg $12.00, $21.00 6th to 800m, 7th turn.
Gave good account here first-up. Strips
fitter. Could sneak a place at odds.
9. NO INTEREST (2) 54
ch m 6 Ad Valorem (US) — Summer Touch (J C
Coyle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$198,645
40
5
7
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
40
—
25
11
4
—
Wins
—
4
1
—
—
2nds
—
5
1
1
—
3rds
—
3
1
—
—
TRACK: 6:1-1-0
DIST: 6:1-1-0
Won over: 1250 (1) 1300 (3) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 7:0-1-2
2nd UP: 6:0-1-0
3rd UP: 6:2-1-1
4th UP: 6:0-2-0
WIN: 12.5%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 5525660s6040475
4TH, 30Nov18 1.9L Canterbury-N Bm70
1250m 55 (S R Weatherley 8) 9, Lim 54, 1:14.08
(Last 600m 35.40), Soft(5), Southern Lad 58.5 1,
Let’s Party Marty 60.5 2, Pembroke Castle 56.5 3,
Btg $21.00, $26.00 Last settling, 7th turn.
7TH, 14Dec18 5.6L Canterbury-N Bm70
1250m 56.5 (Ms K O’Hara 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:13.93
(Last 600m 36.20), Heavy(8), Pembroke Castle
56.5 1, The Pharoah 60.5 2, Just Like Stratum 54
3, Btg $7.50, $10.00, $9.00 Last to turn. Slowly
away. Thumps.
5TH, 26Dec18 2.7L Newcastle Bm64 1400m
59 (Ms J Taylor 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:23.68 (Last 600m
33.71), Good(4), On The Top 57.5 1, Xaarfoxylady
58.5 2, Alliterate 59 3, Btg $31.00, $21.00 6th
settling, 7th 800m, 5th turn. Overraced middle
stages.
Going up in grade. Not fancied.
10. SEPOY ACHEVA (10) 54
b m 5 Sepoy — Antonicheva (IR) (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$98,221
20
1
4
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
20
—
14
2
4
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
2
—
—
3rds
—
3
—
2
—
TRACK: 6:0-2-2
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1350 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-1
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-2
WIN: 5%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 163453s4452656s
6TH, 21Jul18 3.3L Randwick , F&M’s Bm80
1400m 54 (K Mc Evoy 8) 12, Lim 53, 1:22.70 (Last
600m 35.04, Last 200m 11.71), Good(4), Irithea
58.5 1, Mandylion 58 2, Touch Of Mink 55 3, Btg
$6.00, $7.00 11th to turn. Checked early stages.
5TH, 04Aug18 1.5L Randwick , F&M’s Bm78
1800m 54.5 (K Mc Evoy 6) 13, Lim 53, 1:49.74
((class record) Last 600m 35.06, Last 200m
11.70), Good(3), Letter To Juliette 59 1, Sweet
Victory 59 2, Live To Dream 61 3, Btg $7.00,
$7.50, $7.00 5th settling, 6th 800m, 8th turn.
6TH, 15Aug18 4.2L Canterbury Bm74 1550m
54.5 (K Mc Evoy 7) 8, Lim 53, 1:32.80 (Last 600m
35.46), Good(3), Falcon Island 58.5 1, Gauguin
60 2, Tenorino 58 3, Btg $4.20, $4.60, $4.20
5th to 1200m, 6th 800m, Last turn. Inquiry
into performance. Blocked for a run near 600m.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --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.
11. RADICAL IMPACT (5) 54
b g 9 Snitzel — Made Of Diamonds (Nick Mitchell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$274,930
75
8
11
14
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
75
1
47
20
7
—
Wins
—
7
1
—
—
2nds
—
5
6
—
—
3rds
—
10
3
1
—
TRACK: 26:0-7-3
DIST: 19:1-6-2
Won over: 1200 (7) 1280 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-1
2nd UP: 4:0-1-1
3rd UP: 4:0-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 10.7%
PLACE: 44%
RTG: 57
LAST 15 STARTS: 03723s928483225
2ND, 20Oct18 sht nck, nck Newcastle Bm64
1200m 54.5 (Ms M Weir 7) 12, Lim 54, 1:10.39
(Last 600m 34.62), Good(3), Readycatgo 59
1, Spanish Dream 57 3, Celer 56 4, Btg $13.00,
$15.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
2ND, 03Nov18 0.5L, 1L Newcastle Bm64
1200m 55 (Ms M Weir 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:11 (Last
600m 34.55), Good(3), Restrained 58 1, Bryan’s
Babe 56 3, Imperial Eagle 58 4, Btg $9.00, $5.00
2nd to 800m, led turn. Wide throughout.
5TH, 18Nov18 2.2L Newcastle Bm64 1200m
55 (Ms M Weir 5) 10, Lim 54, 1:11.15 (Last 600m
33.83), Good(4), Fratellino 60 1, Bid’n’bare 56.5
2, Fuchu 60 3, Btg $4.80, $5.00, $4.60 4th to
turn. Jumped awkwardly. Wide throughout.
--- LET-UP --Back from a let-up. Fair effort without
threatening at Newcastle last outing. Place
appeal only.
RACE 8
3yo & up F&M BM 70
9.45 (1100m)
1. ALASSIO (1) 62.5
b m 5 Foxwedge — Cinque (G Waterhouse &
A Bott)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$72,365
5
3
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
2
3
—
—
Wins
—
1
2
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 3:2-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1100 (2)
1st UP: 3:2-0-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 60%
PLACE: 60%
RTG: 73
LAST 15 STARTS: 1s115s6
WON, 11Jun18 lng nck, 1.3L RandwickKensington , F&M’s Bm78 1100m 55.5 (Ms R
King 7) 12, Lim 53, 1:03.61 (Last 600m 34.52),
Soft(5), Bella Success 55 2, Bella Vella 58.5 3,
Empress Matilda 55.5 4, Btg $2.90, $3.50 (fav).
led throughout.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 14Jul18 3.1L Rosehill , F&M’s Bm81 1100m
57 (Ms R King 1) 10, Lim 53, 1:04.34 (Last 600m
34.91, Last 200m 12.44), Good(4), Smart Amelia
57.5 1, Upscale 60 2, Duchess Pedrille 55 3, Btg
$2.25, $2.60 (fav). led to turn. Inquiry into
performance. Lame after race.
--- SPELL ---
6TH, 15Dec18 3L Randwick , F&M’s Bm88
1200m 53.5 (J Ford 12) 12, Lim 53, 1:10.79 ((class
record) Last 600m 35.88, Last 200m 12.82),
Soft(6), Star Reflection 56 1, Seasons 56.5 2,
Savvan 52 3, Btg $6.00, $8.50 led to turn.
Ran home respectably at Randwick firstup. Down in class. Fitter. Proven performer
over this trip. Must be considered.
2. AND SO IT GOES (2) 62
b/br m 5 Snitzel — Peace Academy (G K White)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$73,725
11
4
—
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
8
3
—
—
Wins
—
2
2
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
Won over: 900 (1) 1000 (3)
1st UP: 2:1-0-1
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 36.4%
PLACE: 54.5%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: 38s113114548
5TH, 28Jul18 1.5L Rosehill , F&M’s Bm83
1200m 56 (T Clark 2) 12, Lim 53, 1:10.77 (Last
600m 35.20, Last 200m 12.12), Good(4), Oria
53.5 1, Istria 58.5 2, Smart Amelia 58.5 3, Btg
$21.00, $31.00 4th to turn.
--- LET-UP --4TH, 01Oct18 1.4L Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1000m 60.5 (J Mc Donald 3) 7, Lim 53,
57.90s (Last 600m 34.48), Good(3), All Stand
59.5 1, November Man 55.5 2, Discussions 60 3,
Btg $3.50, $3.00, $3.50 Last to turn. Slowly away
(2L). Blocked for a run near 200m.
8TH, 17Oct18 5.3L Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1100m 60.5 (C Brown 1) 12, Lim 53,
1:04.92 (Last 600m 35.89), Soft(6), Fox Swift
56.5 1, Super Star Bob 60 2, See The Show 58
3, Btg $5.50, $8.00 5th to turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- LET-UP --Returning from let-up. Just battled home
this grade at Randwick-Kensington last
time out. Outside chance for multiples.
3. ANNA’S JOY (7) 61
ch m 5 Wanted — Rosarino P Niceforo
SCRATCHED
4. SWEET SURPRISE (10) 60.5
br m 6 Zizou — Downsize (NZ) (G M Brown)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$106,785
33
7
3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
33
—
24
5
4
—
Wins
—
6
1
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-1
DIST: 11:2-1-1
Won over: 1000 (2) 1100 (2) 1150 (1) 1200 (1)
1205 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-0
4th UP: 3:1-1-1
WIN: 21.2%
PLACE: 36.4%
RTG: 69
LAST 15 STARTS: 7s64638191245s4
4TH, 12May18 1.7L Kembla Grange Bm70
1000m 57 (R Hunt 4) 11, Lim 54, 58.08s (Last
600m 33.94), Good(4), Dashley Dubh 57 1,
Nonpareil 58.5 2, Argent D’Or 61 3, Btg $8.50,
$13.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn.
5TH, 31May18 5.1L Gosford Bm65 1000m 59.5
(R Hunt 1) 7, Lim 54, 58.68s (Last 600m 34.48),
Good(4), Trust Me 60 1, Squaw Peak 58.5 2, The
Brown One 58 3, Btg $5.00, $6.00 3rd to turn.
Jumped awkwardly. Inquiry into performance.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --4TH, 06Dec18 1.4L Gosford Bm64 1000m
62 (Ms R King 5) 8, Lim 54, 58.52s (Last 600m
34.38), Good(4), Transmitter 56 1, Gunnaza 59
2, Four More Millers 57.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00
2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --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 (3) 59.5
b f 3 Snitzel — Found The One (M, W & J Hawkes)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$48,580
3
2
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
2
1
—
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 3:2-0-1
Won over: 1100 (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: 70
LAST 15 STARTS: 31s1
3RD, 01Aug18 2.3L, nse Warwick Farm 3yo ,
Fillies Mdn 1100m 57 (K Jennings 2) 10, Lim 56,
1:04.31 (Last 600m 34.19), Good(3), Ready To
Prophet 56 1, Mizzy 58 2, Sure Knee 57 4, Btg
$8.00, $6.00, $6.50 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 23Aug18 2.8L, sht nck Hawkesbury
Mdn 1100m 54.5 (T Berry 1) 8, Set weights,
1:04.27 (Last 600m 34.53), Good(3), Pindus
56.5 2, Autumn 54.5 3, Fancy Liquor 57 4, Btg
$4.80, $5.00, $4.00 3rd to turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 16Dec18 4L, 2L Hawkesbury Cls 2
1100m 55.5 (T Berry 5) 10, Lim 54, 1:03.15 (Last
600m 33.66), Soft(5), The Patrician 55 including
1 over 2, Anne’s Gift 54 3, Garryfromthebull 51 4,
Btg $2.10, $1.70, $1.80 (fav). 4th to turn.
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 (6) 59
ch m 4 Swiss Ace — Symphony (Patrick Webster)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$46,680
7
2
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
4
3
—
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (2)
1st UP: 3:1-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 28.6%
PLACE: 57.1%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 9s1318s24
8TH, 04Jul18 4.7L Canterbury , F&M’s Bm76
1100m 53.5 (R Dolan 10) 12, Lim 53, 1:06.60
(Last 600m 37.46), Soft(6), Unwise 54 1, Lost
Command 54 2, See The Show 57.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$15.00 3rd to turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 08Dec18 1.3L, 1.3L Newcastle Cls 2
900m 58 (J Morris 2) 6, Lim 54, 50.19s ((track
record) Last 600m 31.97), Good(3), Designer
Maid 55 1, Invincible Lad 59 3, Katgully Red 58.5
4, Btg $5.50 3rd to turn. Tightened for room.
Laid out throughout.
4TH, 26Dec18 1.7L Randwick , F&M’s Bm70
1100m 56.5 (R Dolan 6) 9, Lim 55, 1:03.94 (Last
600m 35.30), Soft(5), Miss Celebration 59.5
1, Sophiella 58.5 2, Mileage 59.5 3, Btg $9.00,
$7.00, $8.00 2nd to 800m, led turn.
SCRATCHED
7. LADY I AM (4) 58
b/br m 4 I Am Invincible — Lady Charlotte (P &
P Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$87,990
14
3
4
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
—
9
5
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
2
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (2) 1350 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-1-0
3rd UP: 2:1-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-1
WIN: 21.4%
PLACE: 57.1%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 2221s51s441362s
3RD, 01Aug18 2.3L, lng hd Warwick Farm ,
F&M’s Bm70 1200m 58.5 (T Angland 7) 12, Lim
53, 1:10.42 (Last 600m 35.03), Good(3), Sweet
Scandal 59.5 1, Royal Fashion 58.5 2, See The
Show 60.5 4, Btg $4.60, $6.00 7th to 800m,
10th turn. Blocked for a run near turn. Checked
near 400m. Eased near 200m.
6TH, 15Aug18 2.4L Canterbury , F&M’s Bm76
1200m 55.5 (C Reith 6) 9, Lim 53, 1:10.42 (Last
600m 33.96), Good(3), Zonk 56.5 1, Zafina 56.5
2, Royal Fashion 58.5 3, Btg $3.80, $3.50, $4.00
7th to turn. Blocked for a run concluding stages.
2ND, 05Sep18 2.5L, 1L Randwick-Kensington ,
F&M’s Bm72 1300m 57 (K Mc Evoy 3) 10, Lim 53,
1:16.82 (Last 600m 35.92), Good(4), Savvan 58
1, Lady Chalfont 59 3, Aeecee Tong De 58 4, Btg
$5.50, $4.80 7th to turn. Checked at start.
--- SPELL --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 (5) 57.5
b f 3 Medaglia D’Oro (US) — Radar (James
Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$45,880
4
2
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
2
2
—
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (2)
1st UP: 3:1-0-0
2nd UP: 1:1-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 50%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 9s5s11
5TH, 26Jul18 2.8L Cranbourne Mdn 1000m
54 (M Dee 3) 12, Set weights, 1:01.01 (Last 600m
35.48), Soft(7), Fidelia 54 1, Austell Bay 58.5 2,
Bionics 56 3, Btg $11.00, $21.00 5th to 800m,
3rd turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 17Nov18 2.8L, nse Kembla Grange 3yo
Mdn 1000m 54 (B El-Issa 8) 9, Lim 54, 59.22s
(Last 600m 34.95), Soft(7), Georgia Hit 54.5 2,
Perigord 58 3, Ticket Keeper 58 4, Btg $2.90,
$2.50 (fav). 5th to turn.
WON, 06Dec18 0.5L, 0.8L Gosford Bm64
1000m 56 (G Schofield 1) 8, Lim 54, 58.52s (Last
600m 34.38), Good(4), Gunnaza 59 2, Four
More Millers 57.5 3, Sweet Surprise 62 4, Btg
$2.25, $3.00 3rd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --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 (9) 55.5
br m 5 Commands — Leamington (US) R & L Price
SCRATCHED
10. SHE CLANGS (11) 55
ch m 6 Clang — Secret Stash C R Dixon
SCRATCHED
11. MISSILE MISS (8) 54.5
b m 5 Smart Missile — Leonina (Ms W Ings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$30,510
11
1
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
8
3
—
—
Wins
—
—
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-1
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 9.1%
PLACE: 27.3%
RTG: 57
LAST 15 STARTS: 69s6s5325s1945s
9TH, 30Jun18 2L Newcastle Bm69 1200m
54 (B Griffiths 2) 12, Lim 54, 1:11.83 (Last 600m
35.92), Soft(5), Kotinos 54.5 1, What Could Be
59.5 2, Rather Sweet 56.5 3, Btg $13.00, $21.00
10th to 800m, Last turn.
4TH, 12Jul18 3.6L Kembla Grange Cls 1 1200m
54 (B Griffiths 5) 7, Lim 54, 1:10.72 (Last 600m
33.64), Good(4), Katgully Red 56 1, Zabeel’s
Choice 56 2, Bon Warrior 58.5 3, Btg $7.00,
$12.00 Last to 800m, 4th turn.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 04Aug18 1.9L Kembla Grange Bm66
1200m 54 (B Griffiths 2) 5, Lim 54, 1:11.67 (Last
600m 33.55), Good(3), Falster 59.5 1, Waltzing
Willie 59 2, Master Agar 57 3, Btg $17.00, $13.00
Last to turn. Shifted out in straight.
--- SPELL --First-up. Rises in class and others with
greater appeal.
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TABFORM
Race 1 H&NW Handicap
1600m 1.20
EQ1
Class 2. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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Tamworth
races today
TAB CODE: CR
on sky1, sky Thoroughbred central
THe FileS
»Daily Double: Races 6 and 8
»Quaddie: 5, 6, 7, 8
»early Quaddie: 1, 2, 3, 4
»rail: True
»Track: Good (4)
»Tab First 4: All races
legenD
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2
3
4
5
Form Horse
Draw Trainer
23231ssHangaTo t
1 A J Denham
7s116 DelcHuzy Ⓑ
5 Nathan Doyle
45s84 cHekkapen dw
4 Craig Weeding
00s00tonly in reD dw
3 R J Davies
875s0 Hussonplaza dw
2 S C Jones
Jockey
R Thompson
T Wolfgram
Ms S Vella (a3)
S Lisnyy
G Buckley
wgT
61 *$2.00
55.5
2.50
54.5 5.00
54
16.00
54
11.00
sTewarDs reporT: 4. only in red slowly away TAE Dec 23.
Race 2 Blake Tickell Plate
1.
2.
7.
8.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
3.
9.
4.
10.
5.
11.
Form Horse
Draw
2stcHargemenT Ⓑ
2
73 DoDecanese
12
FielDs oF reD h Ⓑ
4
8557 HeaD on Ⓑ
1
HiTman Ⓑ
6
king cobra
5
luFF
8
8 onemorecHoice h Ⓑ 11
papa JoHn Ⓑ
9
crazyaire Ⓑ
7
raay oF Dreams Ⓑ
10
sTyria Ⓑ
3
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 6 Helen Hunt Plate
1200m 4.20
F&M Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100;
5th $720. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
7.
EQ2
6.
12.
Trainer
T S Howlett
P M Perry
Troy O’Neile
John W Ramsey
Allan Kehoe
P M Perry
J A Sylvester
Troy O’Neile
R P Northam
P M Farrell
K A Lees
P M Farrell
Jockey
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
wgT
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
55
55
55
8.00
10.00
26.00
*3.00
—
11.00
7.00
51.00
21.00
34.00
4.00
26.00
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Form
7s87
80
66s
692P0
94s3
90s38
0s
04s06
0
25293
7730
52
Horse
Draw
currabub h
4
Flying cosmos
8
migHTy success h
6
payDay princess h
9
pHylicia
1
single zero
10
break THe bank Ⓑ
12
Dixie amour h
2
imapoeT
3
mary magpie b Ⓑ
13
Queen oF manHaTTan Ⓑ 5
Queens Ⓑ
7
rabaab Ⓑ
11
Trainer
Ms S Grills
L K Roberts
Theresa Stair
P Cleal
R P Northam
Craig Weeding
T S Howlett
Ms J Clement
T S Howlett
P M Perry
A Newing
Nathan Doyle
Stirling Osland
Jockey
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
SCRATCHED
T Wolfgram
B Looker
wgT
58
58
58
58
58
58
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
Race 7 H’bury city Slickers appeal
1200m 4.55
Benchmark 66. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
Race 3 country Music cup 24/1 Handicap
1.
1400m 2.35
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Form Horse
Draw Trainer
24s43 kaTgully reD
2 Ms J Butler
s3434sscHappose h
1 Zach Hatch
84869 Dan roy tch
5 Michelle Fleming
54s14 monTana pines h
3 Ms S Grills
278s8 yulong baoHu d
6 Allan Kehoe
63805 gronky d
7 J A Sylvester
56381sone Fine caT
4 Ms D Wilson
Jockey
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)
wgT
61
*3.00
58
3.80
54.5 5.00
54
4.50
54
9.00
54
16.00
54
12.00
sTewarDs reporT: nil
Race 4 Farmers Run Handicap
1000m 3.10
EQ4
Class 1. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3.
4.
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Form Horse
Draw
7s1sbabbinboon boy wh 7
21s3stFiery eminence bh
4
4133s more THan magico th 1
31sspluck anD lucky Ⓑ 5
206s5tmock song dh
6
42502tsHiver me Timbers
3
3700s wHiTe eagle dw
2
6.
7.
Trainer
Michelle Fleming
M K Mason
Ms S Grills
A J Denham
Melissa Dennett
Luke Berger
L K Roberts
Jockey
Ms W Peel (a2)
G Buckley
A Gibbons
R Thompson
L Cumberland
Ms L Day (a1.5)
M Squires
wgT
59
5.00
59
4.00
57.5
5.00
57.5 *2.80
55.5 11.00
55
7.00
54 26.00
Race 5 Nathan Gremmo Plate
1200m 3.45
C,H&G’s Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100;
5th $720. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Form
s8749
87s80
0250s
0
67439
5s363
7s
0s47
849s
3.
4.
5.
Horse
Draw
greaTDuck
9
JoHn paul h
4
kaDarcHi h
1
magic ricHarD
7
wHiskey apple h
2
Dukes counTy h
3
menDeD Ⓑ
5
sir winkle
8
THe caT FacTor Ⓑ
10
volT oF power
6
6.
7.
Trainer
P J Cunningham
C R Clegg
Ms S Grills
T S Howlett
Sally Torrens
L C Morgan
K A Lees
K A Lees
Ms A Rahn
P M Perry
8.
9.
Jockey
Ms S Vella (a3)
M Squires
G Buckley
T Wolfgram
Ms B Hodder
B Looker
D Mc Lellan
A Gibbons
A Morgan
P Graham
10.
wgT
59
59
59
59
59
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
21.00
21.00
16.00
5.50
12.00
*3.60
4.50
6.50
8.00
10.00
sTewarDs reporT: 1. greatduck checked near 800m ARM Dec 18. 6. Dukes county overraced
early stages ARM Dec 18. 9. The cat Factor checked concluding stages ARM Dec 18.
gear cHanges
race 2: (1) chargement lugging bit on first time, winkers on first time; (5)
Hitman blinkers on first time; (9) papa John blinkers on first time, tonguetie on first time
race 3: (2) schappose blinkers on first time
race 4: (7) white eagle tongue-tie off first time
race 5: (4) magic richard lugging bit on first time, winkers on first time;
(6) Dukes county, (9) The cat Factor blinkers on again; (7) mended
gelded, winkers off first time
race 6: (3) mighty success, (11) Queen of manhattan ear muffs on first
time; (4) payday princess blinkers on again; (7) break The bank winkers
on first time; (12) Queens nose roll on first time
race 7: (5) vineyard ear muffs on first time
Note: © 2019 Racing NSW (and other parties working with it). NSW racing fields and form are
subject to copyright which is owned by Racing NSW and other parties working with it.
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1
1 xxxsHangaTo
2 Delchuzy
3 Chekkapen
5 Hussonplaza
2 xxxDelcHuzy
1 Shangato
3 Chekkapen
5 Hussonplaza
1 xxsHangaTo
2 Delchuzy
3 Chekkapen
5 Hussonplaza
2
4 xHeaD on
1 Chargement
7 Luff
2 Dodecanese
11 raay oF Dreams
1 Chargement
2 Dodecanese
4 Head On
7 xxxluFF
11 Raay Of Dreams
4 Head On
2 Dodecanese
3
1 kaTgully reD
4 Montana Pines
2 Schappose
3 Dan Roy
4 monTana pines
1 Katgully Red
2 Schappose
6 Gronky
2 scHappose
1 Katgully Red
5 Yulong Baohu
4 Montana Pines
4
2 xxFiery eminence
4 Pluck And Lucky
1 Babbinboon Boy
3 More Than Magico
2 xFiery eminence
3 More Than Magico
4 Pluck And Lucky
6 Shiver Me Timbers
4 xpluck anD lucky
2 Fiery Eminence
3 More Than Magico
1 Babbinboon Boy
5
3 kaDarcHi
6 Dukes County
7 Mended
8 Sir Winkle
6 Dukes counTy
7 Mended
5 Whiskey Apple
4 Magic Richard
6 Dukes counTy
4 Magic Richard
7 Mended
3 Kadarchi
6
5 pHylicia
12 Queens
13 Rabaab
6 Single Zero
5 xxpHylicia
3 Mighty Success
13 Rabaab
12 Queens
13 rabaab
3 Mighty Success
5 Phylicia
12 Queens
7
2 cHoice HarvesT
4 Strictly Legit
3 Penfold
1 Aruba
3 penFolD
5 Vineyard
7 Blinkin Legend
6 Mahboob
2 cHoice HarvesT
3 Penfold
1 Aruba
5 Vineyard
8
4 bemboka
1 Lonely Orphan
3 Unresolved
5 Louisiana Man
4 bemboka
9 Sealum
8 Whakatane
5 Louisiana Man
2 Der meisTer
3 Unresolved
4 Bemboka
5 Louisiana Man
3.
4.
5.
6.
Race 8 Giving Back To The Bush
7.
2100m 5.35
3yo & up Benchmark 58. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100;
5th $720. BOBS&BOBS Extra Bonus available: $5,625. Apprentices can claim.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
Form
197s9
s6353
82255
4s637
227s6
4s008
61192
Horse
Draw
aruba w
7
cHoice HarvesT
3
penFolD cdw
1
sTricTly legiT bh
6
vineyarD h
2
maHboob dw
5
blinkin legenD dbh
4
Trainer
P M Perry
Craig Weeding
Allan Kehoe
Cody Morgan
C K Martin
R E Ollerton
C R Clegg
Jockey
P Graham
Ms W Peel (a2)
Ms L Day (a1.5)
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
B Looker
S Lisnyy
Ms B Hodder
wgT
61
11.00
61
7.00
59
4.50
58
*3.00
57.5 4.00
57
21.00
55
5.00
sTewarDs reporT: nil
Track DaTa
CIRCUMFERENCE: 1800m. STRAIGHT: 350m. DIRECTION: Clockwise.
LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): G Buckley (11 wins past 12 mths). LEADING
TRAINER (with runners): R P Northam (7 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD
(past 3 yrs): 33.16% Win 32.62% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1000m
(2)-17wins. TRAINER CHANGES: R4 (6) was trained by Ms S Grills now Luke
Berger. R5 (7) was trained by Edward O’Rourke now K A Lees. R6 (12) was
trained by E O’Rourke & M Freedman now Nathan Doyle.
Note: Official start times correct at time of printing.
TAMWORTH
COMMENT
race 1
sTewarDs reporT: nil
1.
2.
EQ3
Class 3. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
18.00
41.00
6.00
18.00
*3.00
9.00
41.00
51.00
26.00
—
—
8.00
4.00
sTewarDs reporT: 2. Flying cosmos slowly away, checked near 600m GUH Dec 8. 5. phylicia
eased near 600m TAE Dec 23. 8. Dixie amour raced greenly ARM Dec 18. 12. Queens overraced
early stages NEW Dec 8.
sTewarDs reporT: 4. Head on jumped awkwardly SCO Dec 14. 8. onemorechoice slowly
away (4L) SCO Dec 14.
1.
ray Thomas
1000m 1.55
2yo Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100;
5th $720. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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1.20
(1600m)
1. sHangaTo (A J Denham) 4g By Bernardini (US)
- Lucky Thirteen (13:2-2-4): Settled midfield when
len, 1¼ len 3rd of 13 (1) $8.50 61.0 Sunday Swindler,
Winter Sonata 1600m Scone (Bm58) Good(3) Nov
19. Came from last to score ½ hd win of 12 (8) $7.50
61.5 Fearless Al, Jamaican Dream 1400m Gunnedah
Hcp (C1) Good(3) Dec 8. Freshened. Racing in top order. Charged late to get up in final bounds at Gunnedah at latest. Drawn well. Take a power of beating.
2. DelcHuzy (Nathan Doyle) 3f By Delago Deluxe Tuchuzy (11:2-0-1): Took up a midfield position when
¾ len win of 14 (4) $6.50 56.0 Lucy’s Legacy, Narrow
Neck Nelson 1400m Mudgee Hcp (C1) Good(3) Dec 7.
Safely held in 7¼ len 6th of 9 (9) $13.00 54.0 Nothing
Too Hard 1600m Newcastle Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 26.
Good win two starts back at Mudgee. Hard to beat.
3. cHekkapen (Craig Weeding) 5g By Shrapnel Doo Dar Dancer (19:2-2-1): Resumed with 12¼ len
8th of 9 (8) $9.00 59.5 Chaste Angel 1200m Cooma
(Bm50) Firm(2) Dec 8. No match when 5¼ len 4th
of 7 (7) $26.00 55.5 Attilius 1400m Bathurst (Bm58)
Good(4) Dec 22. Went to line only fairly in same class
at Bathurst last outing. Fitter for two runs back.
Good draw. Right in this.
4. only in reD (R J Davies) 7m By Testa Rossa Triangular (26:2-3-4): Slowly away when 15¼ len
last of 11 (2) $151.00 54.0 Petra Jewel 1100m Scone
Hcp (C3) Good(3) Nov 19. Slowly away when 11¾ len
last of 13 (3) $151.00 54.0 Roy’s Command 1250m
Taree Hcp (C3) Soft(5) Dec 23. Failed to make an
impression in stronger class at Taree last time out.
Place appeal only.
5. Hussonplaza (S C Jones) 7g By Husson (AR) Plaza Suite (23:2-1-1): Hampered concluding stages
when 1½ len 5th of 11 (11) $21.00 54.0 Backhouse Billy 2125m Cessnock (Bm65) Good(3) Nov 24 (2017).
First-up finished 6½ len 11th of 14 (8) $151.00 54.0
Through The Cracks 1200m Scone Hcp (C2) Good(3)
Dec 4. Freshened. Average effort in same company
at Scone first-up. Each-way chance.
race 2
1.55
(1000m)
1. cHargemenT (T S Howlett) 2c By Charge Forward - Accomplishment (1:0-1-0): Slowly away (2L)
when 4½ len 2nd of 6 (2) $4.20 57.0 Depth That
Varies 1000m Tamworth 2yo Plate Good(3) Oct 8.
Fitter for 2 len 4th Pandano 800m Gosford barrier
trial Good(4) Dec 18. First-up. Nice gate. Can’t be
taken lightly.
2. DoDecanese (P M Perry) 2c By Excelebration
(IR) - French Fantasy (2:0-0-1): Slowly away (2L)
when 4½ len 7th of 8 (5) $81.00 57.0 Cosmic Force
900m Newcastle 2yo Mdn Good(4) Nov 10. Tried
hard but no match for winner 2¼ len, ½ len 3rd of 7
(3) $51.00 57.5 Czarson, Exhilarates 1000m Gosford
2yo Mdn Good(4) Nov 24. Since registered ¾ len win
Andaluna, Reveal The Magic 900m Newcastle barrier trial Good(4) Dec 27. Freshened. Closed intently
from well back to place at long odds at Gosford at
latest. Keep safe.
3. FielDs oF reD (Troy O’Neile) 2g By Deep Field
- Enshraah (0:0-0-0): First start. Prepared for debut
with 10½ len 7th Master Cramsie 1000m Gunnedah
barrier trial Good(3) Dec 8. Trials: (2:0-0-1). Well
beaten in all trials. Prefer to see at this stage.
4. HeaD on (John W Ramsey) 2g By I Am Invincible
- Brilliant Bisc (4:0-0-0): Vetted - no abnormalities
when 11¾ len 5th of 6 (2) $5.00 55.5 Time To Reign
1100m R’hill 2yo Hcp Good(4) Nov 3. Jumped awkwardly when 7¼ len 7th of 9 (8) $17.00 57.0 Deviate
900m Scone 2yo Mdn Soft(6) Dec 14. Decent alley.
Rates highly.
5. HiTman: scraTcHeD
6. king cobra (P M Perry) 2c By Verrazano (US)
- Italian Romance (0:0-0-0): First start. Readied for
debut with ½ nk, len 3rd Luff, Hitman 800m Gosford barrier trial Good(4) Dec 18. Trials: (2:0-0-1).
Trialled fairly. Market holds the key.
7. luFF (J A Sylvester) 2g By Zebedee (GB) - Whitesails (0:0-0-0): First start. Kicks off here after ½ nk
win Hitman, King Cobra 800m Gosford barrier trial
Good(4) Dec 18. Trials: (2:1-0-0). Has shown ability
at the trials. Bears close watching.
8. onemorecHoice (Troy O’Neile) 2g By
Onemorenomore - Gracie’s Lass (1:0-0-0): Slowly
away (4L) when 7¼ len 8th of 9 (7) $31.00 55.0
Deviate 900m Scone 2yo Mdn Soft(6) Dec 14. Didn’t
show much fight at debut. Badly drawn. Faces a
task.
9. papa JoHn (R P Northam) 2c By Verrazano (US)
- Oh Barbie (0:0-0-0): First start. Launching career
here after 3¼ len 4th Normality 900m Scone barrier
trial Good(3) Dec 29. Trials: (2:0-0-0). Unplaced in
trials. Use betting as a further guide.
10. crazyaire (P M Farrell) 2f By Zoffany (IR) Cash Crazy (0:0-0-0): First start. Prepared for debut
with 4½ len 5th Red Light Dancer 800m Gosford
barrier trial Good(4) Dec 18. Trials: (2:0-0-0). Prefer
to see at this stage.
11. raay oF Dreams (K A Lees) 2f By Dream
Ahead (US) - Hilldale (0:0-0-0): First start. Makes
debut here after sht ½ hd win Rainbow Man, Miss
Valbonne 900m Newcastle barrier trial Good(4)
Dec 27. Trials: (2:1-1-0). Indicated talent at the trials.
From leading stable. Big watch.
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Form
04159
86680
52451
81129
03271
01573
10042
88s52
00753
48102
27725
26343
14495
Horse
Draw
lonely orpHan wh
4
Der meisTer
10
unresolveD dw
13
bemboka w
1
louisiana man wh
5
peDro’s zariz
6
malibu sTacy w
11
wHakaTane
8
sealum w
3
exoTic arT t
7
seize THem all
12
sTirling sHaDow twh Ⓑ 2
Tiger’s sTory w
9
7.
Trainer
L J Jeffriess
P M Perry
G D Lunn
G D Lunn
C K Martin
C W Hodgson
Connie Greig
R J Knight
Nick Mitchell
Ms L Selby
P H Bloomfield
Sally Torrens
Jason Waters
Jockey
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)
wgT
64
60
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
sTewarDs reporT: 1. lonely orphan wide throughout ARM Dec 18. 5. louisiana man severely
hampered near 800m MOR Dec 15. 6. pedro’s zariz slowly away DUB Dec 21.
12. sTyria (P M Farrell) 2f By Magic Albert - Caesarissa (0:0-0-0): First start. Readied for debut with
7½ len last Iconic Star 800m Gosford barrier trial
Good(4) Dec 18. Trials: (1:0-0-0). Unplaced in only
trial. Prefer to see at this stage.
race 3
2.35
(1400m)
1. kaTgully reD (Ms J Butler) 4g By Haradasun
- Excellent Vintage (8:2-1-2): Overraced early, middle stages, laid in in straight when 2¾ len 4th of 6
(4) $5.50 58.5 Designer Maid 900m Newcastle Hcp
(C2) Good(3) Dec 8. Took up a handy position in 2
len, 2¾ len 3rd of 10 (2) $5.50 57.5 Cape Wickham,
Collins Creek 1200m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4)
Dec 22. Consistent gelding. Ran on okay from midfield to place at Newcastle last outing. Fitter thirdup. Good gate. One of the major players.
2. scHappose (Zach Hatch) 4g By High Chaparral
(IR) - Suppose (US) (8:2-0-3): Found the line intently
for ½ len, sht ½ hd 3rd of 14 (11) $3.80 59.0 Through
The Cracks, Japhite 1200m Scone Hcp (C2) Good(3)
Dec 4. Balanced up midfield when ½ len 4th of 13 (2)
$7.50 59.0 Lope De Mango 1300m Scone Hcp (C2)
Soft(6) Dec 14. Wasn’t all that far away at Scone last
time out. Drawn favourably. Must be considered.
3. Dan roy (Michelle Fleming) 6g By Dane Shadow - Gaelic Aura (23:3-3-1): Hampered near 400m
when 1¾ len 6th of 13 (4) $11.00 57.5 Celtic Tiger
1300m Gunnedah (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 8. Settled
handy when 3½ len 9th of 13 (12) $16.00 57.0 Under
Pressure 1300m Scone (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 29. Far
from disgraced at Scone at latest. Has had success at
this track. Major player.
4. monTana pines (Ms S Grills) 5g By Husson
(AR) - Poplars (NZ) (20:1-3-3): Came from second
half of field for first-up lg nk win of 12 (11) $5.50
55.0 Khitaamy, Dicko’s Mate 1200m Quirindi Mdn
Good(4) Nov 25. Battled away for 1¼ len 4th of 11
(8) $10.00 57.0 Off The Dial 1400m Scone (Bm58)
Soft(6) Dec 14. Gave good account at Scone last
start. Assess on strong performance at Quirindi two
starts ago. Getting fitter. Drawn to receive every
chance. Rates highly.
5. yulong baoHu (Allan Kehoe) 5m By Congrats
(US) - Palo Duro (39:2-6-4): Well beaten 5½ len 8th
of 14 (5) $3.30F 54.0 Villarrica 2000m Taree (Bm58)
Good(3) Sept 3. On return from break finished 3¾
len 8th of 13 (11) $21.00 54.0 Roy’s Command 1250m
Taree Hcp (C3) Soft(5) Dec 23. Wasn’t all that far
away at Taree first-up. Strips fitter. Can figure.
6. gronky (J A Sylvester) 5g By Sebring - Mate
(39:3-3-3): Slowly away, over-raced middle stages
when 7 len last of 11 (5) $8.00 55.0 Port Gold 1400m
Taree (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 17. Beaten but not disgraced when 2¾ len 5th of 13 (10) $26.00 55.5 Under Pressure 1300m Scone (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 29.
Fair effort without threatening at Scone last outing.
Outside chance for multiples.
7. one Fine caT (Ms D Wilson) 7g By Tale Of The
Cat (US) - Romantic Lady (32:1-0-4): Not flash in 7½
len 8th of 14 (5) $21.00 54.5 Brixton Town 1400m
Gunnedah Mdn Hcp Good(3) Dec 8. Knuckled down
well to score ½ len win of 7 (3) $3.20 59.0 He’s McCaw, Ausbred Dream 1200m Inverell Mdn Plate
Good(3) Dec 26. Determined effort from handy
position to win at Inverell last time out. Not the
roughest.
race 4
3.10
(1000m)
1. babbinboon boy (Michelle Fleming) 4g By
Dane Fever - Gossip Maid (2:1-0-0): Didn’t offer
much when 11½ len 7th of 10 (8) $13.00 58.5 Try A
Lil Harder 1000m Gunnedah Mdn Good(3) Jan 16.
Handily placed when len win of 12 (12) $51.00 57.0
Axlrows, Money Travels 1100m Armidale E&G Mdn
Soft(5) Dec 18. Strong on-pace victory at long odds
at Armidale first-up. Fitter. Strong claims.
2. Fiery eminence (M K Mason) 6m By Medaglia
D’Oro (US) - Basra (13:1-2-6): Showed pace when 6
len win of 12 (1) $1.50F 57.0 Bushie’s Crumpet, Robynlucy 1100m Armidale 4yo+ Mdn Good(3) Dec
19 (2017). Checked near 200m, vetted - no abnormalities when 3 len, lg nk 3rd of 14 (5) $3.30F 56.5
Petra Jewel, Mock Song 1000m Tamworth Hcp (C2)
Good(3) June 19. Resuming. Placed in Cls 2 company
at Tamworth first-up last campaign. Meeting easier
opposition here. Drawn to effect. Can play a key
role.
3. more THan magico (Ms S Grills) 5g By More
Than Myfriend - Comedy Festival (11:1-1-3): Inquiry
into performance when 2¼ len, ½ len 3rd of 13 (2)
$8.50 53.5 Harry New Shoes, Baker’s Image 1300m
Coonamble E&G Hcp (C1) Good(3) June 24. Worked
right to the line for len, len 3rd of 12 (9) $12.00
54.0 Conwoman, Arugula 1300m Moree Hcp (C1)
Good(3) July 19. First-up. Drawn well. Among the
main chances.
4. pluck anD lucky (A J Denham) 3f By Pluck
(US) - Procession (2:1-0-1): Ridden on the speed len,
sht hd 3rd of 14 (4) $4.00F 56.0 Kedah, More Chilli
1000m Muswellbrook 2yo Mdn Soft(5) July 6. Took
up a handy position in lg nk win of 12 (10) $2.10F
56.0 She’s My Girl, Mikuro 900m Cessnock 2yo Mdn
Firm(2) July 16. Strips fitter for 3½ len 4th Tactical
Advantage 800m Gosford barrier trial Good(4) Dec
18. Resuming. Take beating.
5. mock song (Melissa Dennett) 4m By Your Song
- Mocks (9:1-1-2): Positioned midfield when 2¾ len
6th of 12 (8) $6.00 54.0 Go The Gantry 1110m Dubbo
Hcp (C2) Good(3) July 20. Resumed with 2½ len 5th
of 14 (8) $14.00 55.0 Anaita 950m Moree Plate (C2)
Soft(5) Dec 15. Ran home respectably at Moree firstup. Will only be fitter. Each-way chance.
continued page 42
42 RACING
TAMWORTH
CONTINUED
From page 41
6. SHIVER ME TIMBERS (Luke Berger) 4m By
Dream Ahead (US) - Shivering (17:1-4-4): Hung in
early stages when 5½ len 10th of 14 (9) $10.00 54.0
Through The Cracks 1200m Scone Hcp (C2) Good(3)
Dec 4. Made up late ground for nk 2nd of 14 (1)
$13.00 53.0 Anaita 950m Moree Plate (C2) Soft(5)
Dec 15. Formerly with Ms S Grills. Charged home to
just miss at latest. Down in class. Good draw. Worth
some thought.
7. WHITE EAGLE (L K Roberts) 6g By All American
- Bella Costa (31:1-3-2): Failed to fire 9¾ len 11th of 14
(10) $101.00 51.0 Mark My Word 1400m Scone Hcp
(C1) Good(4) June 1. Found rivals too strong 7½ len
10th of 12 (7) $201.00 52.0 The Big Vin 1100m Scone
E&G Hcp (C1) Good(4) June 25. First-up. Not fancied.
RACE 5
3.45
(1200m)
1. GREATDUCK (P J Cunningham) 4g By More Than
Great - Duckin’ Daisies (7:0-0-0): Slowly away, hampered early stages when 3¼ len 4th of 12 (5) $71.00
59.0 Alternative Facts 1100m Grafton 4yo+ Mdn
Good(4) Dec 2. Checked near 800m when 7¾ len
9th of 12 (5) $31.00 59.0 Babbinboon Boy 1100m
Armidale E&G Mdn Soft(5) Dec 18. Couldn’t show
a turn of foot this level at Armidale last start. Awkwardly drawn. Not keen.
2. JOHN PAUL (C R Clegg) 4g By Star Witness Scot’s Flyer (4:0-0-0): Settled handy when first-up
8¾ len 8th of 12 (4) $26.00 57.0 The Sparkle Legend
1200m Scone E&G Mdn Good(3) Dec 4. Settled
midfield when 9 len 11th of 12 (9) $81.00 59.0 Babbinboon Boy 1100m Armidale E&G Mdn Soft(5) Dec
18. Looking elsewhere.
3. KADARCHI (Ms S Grills) 4g By Instinction Mighty Vixen (10:0-2-1): Sound when 2¾ len 5th of
12 (5) $21.00 57.0 Maui Princess 1200m Tamworth
Mdn Hcp Good(4) Sept 11. Struck interference at
start, ran wide early, middle stages, vetted - no abnormalities when 9¾ len 12th of 14 (5) $14.00 56.5
Petain 1400m Coffs Harbour Mdn Hcp Good(4) Oct
2. Resuming. Only a place chance.
4. MAGIC RICHARD (T S Howlett) 4h By Magic
Albert - Ugly Juggly (1:0-0-0): Slowly away when
9¾ len 11th of 13 (10) $31.00 59.0 Anchois 1000m
Muswellbrook 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Nov 6. Since recorded ½ nk win Trescha, Oakfield Poet 800m Gosford barrier trial (Mdn) Good(4) Dec 18. Returning
from let-up. Worth including.
5. WHISKEY APPLE (Sally Torrens) 5g By All American - Tiny Belle (28:0-2-3): Handily placed when ½
len, 2½ len 3rd of 14 (6) $41.00 53.0 Brixton Town,
So Good To Me 1400m Gunnedah Mdn Hcp Good(3)
Dec 8. Safely held in 9¼ len 9th of 12 (8) $31.00 54.0
Sunny Afternoon 1400m Armidale Mdn Soft(5) Dec
18. Keep safe.
6. DUKES COUNTY (L C Morgan) 3g By Dixie
Prospect (US) - Kiseki Gold (4:0-0-2): Jumped awkwardly, raced greenly when 4 len 6th of 12 (1) $4.20
57.5 Montana Pines 1200m Quirindi Mdn Good(4)
Nov 25. Overraced early stages when 1¼ len, ¾ len
3rd of 12 (3) $7.50 55.0 Sunny Afternoon, So Good
To Me 1400m Armidale Mdn Soft(5) Dec 18. Kept
working to line at Armidale last time out. Nice gate.
Commands respect.
7. MENDED (K A Lees) 3g By Not A Single Doubt True Giver (NZ) (1:0-0-0): No match when 5¼ len
7th of 9 (5) $9.50 57.0 Lancaster Bomber 1100m
Gosford 2yo Mdn Heavy(8) July 3. Had the benefit
of ½ len, 5¾ len 3rd Front Sight, Weeping Waters
1000m Gosford barrier trial (Mdn) Good(4) Dec 18.
First-up. Previously trained by Edward O’Rourke.
Out of the money in opening campaign but since
trialled well and likely improver this time in. Drops in
grade and gets the chance to be more competitive.
Right in this.
8. SIR WINKLE (K A Lees) 3g By Rip Van Winkle
(IR) - Baileys On Ice (NZ) (0:0-0-0): First start. Kicks
off here after ½ nk 2nd Arrogante 900m Newcastle
barrier trial (Mdn) Good(4) Dec 27. Trials: (4:0-1-0).
Has trialled well. In successful camp. Market holds
the key.
9. THE CAT FACTOR (Ms A Rahn) 3g By The Factor (US) - Prairy Kat (3:0-0-0): First-up finished 1½
len 4th of 10 (10) $71.00 57.5 Cash Factor 1000m
Muswellbrook Mdn Soft(5) Nov 30. Checked concluding stages when 3¼ len 7th of 12 (2) $16.00 57.5
Babbinboon Boy 1100m Armidale E&G Mdn Soft(5)
Dec 18. Battled on fairly at Armidale at latest. Strips
fitter third-up. Among the dangers.
10. VOLT OF POWER (P M Perry) 3g By Power
(GB) - Almeida (NZ) (3:0-0-0): Showed pace when
1¾ len 4th of 8 (6) $17.00 56.5 Kathmandu 1300m
Scone Mdn Soft(5) Aug 7. Fair effort in 2½ len 9th of
13 (11) $5.50 56.5 Harry Invictus 1400m Gunnedah
Mdn Good(4) Aug 20. Prepared for this with 8¼ len
5th Hercules Mo 800m Gosford barrier trial (Mdn)
Good(4) Dec 18. Resuming. Can figure.
RACE 6
4.20
(1200m)
1. CURRABUB (Ms S Grills) 4m By Dream Ballad Angry (3:0-0-0): Took up a midfield position when
first-up 7¼ len 8th of 12 (1) $71.00 57.5 Stella Sea Sun
1200m Scone F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec 4. 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): Hung out near
600m when 7¼ len 8th of 10 (6) $13.00 57.0 Cash
Factor 1000m Muswellbrook Mdn Soft(5) Nov 30.
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): Kept trying
3¾ len 6th of 14 (9) $8.50 58.0 Petra Jewel 1000m
Tamworth F&M Mdn Good(4) May 15. 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): Bucked at start,
trial to steward’s satisfaction when failed to finish of
11 (11) $19.00 52.0 Meteor Gal 1010m Inverell Mdn
Soft(5) Nov 24. 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): Reasonable effort 2¾ len 4th of
14 (3) $18.00 56.0 Arugula 1200m Tamworth Mdn
Good(4) June 19. 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): Three wide, difficult to load, warning - barrier manners when ½ len,
sht hd 3rd of 11 (9) $9.50 54.0 Swidini, Rose Of War
1100m Nowra F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec 9. 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): Slowly away, laid
in in straight when 7¼ len 10th of 11 (5) $71.00 55.5
Zamali 800m Narromine Mdn Plate Soft(7) Nov 29.
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.
WYONG RACES Saturday
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7 COMMANDER’S WATCH Ⓑ 2
4376 BOSTON BLUES h 10
75 CONSTRUE 6
6s59 EMPEROR ARLI Ⓑ 1
s428 KINGSTON HEATH 3
50s5 LOHAN PRINCESS h 7
8s46 OAKFIELD ELLA h 8
08s0 OUR PARISIAN STAR Ⓑ 5
3772 TOTTEN 4
Ms W Costin
C Reith
T Wolfgram
C Lever
C O’Brien
Ms K O’Hara
M Bell
G Buckley
A Layt
Ms C Graham (a3)
RACE 2 Canadian Club Plate
59 *$2.10
56
9.00
54.5 21.00
54.5 3.70
54.5 41.00
54.5 17.00
54.5 26.00
54.5 5.50
54.5 101.00
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MANDATUM 11
A Gibbons
2 233 MONTANA THUNDER h 8 Chris C Williams (a3)
3 676s STARRING 14
K Jennings
4 27s4 RUSSIAN ROMEO Ⓑ 1
Ms K O’Hara
5 4s2 SCHNAPPS Ⓑ b 9
SCRATCHED
6
4 ATOMIC SUNRISE Ⓑ 10 D Mc Lellan
7
24 BALLAD b 12
G Buckley
8
DUCHESS OF WINDSOR 7 C Lever
9
6s POP GIRL Ⓑ 6
M Bell
10 38s7 RUSSIAN AHEAD Ⓑ 5
Ms J Duggan (a1.5)
11
7 SLIGHT ADJUSTMENT 16 T Wolfgram
12
SMART DECISION Ⓑ 15 SCRATCHED
Emergencies
13 9539 STUNNED h 2
B Owen (a3)
14
6 EXOPLANET Ⓑ 13
Y Ichikawa
15
6 DECOR Ⓑ 3
B Spriggs
16 747s CALAWAY DANCER 4
Ms M Weir (a3)
59
59
59
57.5
57.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
9.00
6.50
21.00
*5.50
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7.50
7.50
26.00
21.00
51.00
11.00
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59
55.5
55.5
57
31.00
13.00
17.00
41.00
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5s16 OAKFIELD CAPTAIN h 4
0s61 RAPIDO CHAPARRO d 6
1454 SOSTENIDO db 3
5s38 BATTLE ZONE d 1
4s51 IKARA MISS t 5
1160 MASTER OF THE TURF h 7
3564 CONDUCTRESS h 8
6285 SOMETHING SHOCKING bh 2
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T Wolfgram
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Ms W Costin
Ms K O’Hara
Ms M Weir (a3)
Ms A Skerritt (a3)
Ms R Murray
60.5
60
55
54.5
54.5
54
54
54
4.50
3.50
*2.70
17.00
6.50
21.00
13.00
31.00
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (1) Sazavee blinkers off again; (2) Commander’s Watch, (9) Our Parisian Star blinkers on
first time; (4) Construe cross-over noseband on first
time; (5) Emperor Arli bar plates front on first time; (8)
Oakfield Ella ear muffs off first time, ear muffs pre-race
only on again
RACE 2: (1) Mandatum blinkers on first time; (8) Duchess Of Windsor, (9) Pop Girl ear muffs pre-race only on
first time, lugging bit on first time; (12) Smart Decision
cross-over noseband on first time
RACE 3: (4) Battle Zone blinkers on again
RACE 4: (1) Mr Stix lugging bit on first time, tongue-tie
on first time; (4) Bollente gelded; (5) Destination
Rocks blinkers on first time, lugging bit on first time;
(8) Micawber, (10) Zori, (15) Cadence lugging bit on
first time; (9) Nuclear Burst blinkers on first time; (11)
Supreme Boss ear muffs on first time, lugging bit on
first time
RACE 5: (5) Mighty Marmalade winkers on first time
RACE 6: (4) Only Wanna Sing blinkers off again; (9)
Sparkling L’amour barrier blanket on first time, blinkers on again, brow band off first time; (10) Salsa Man
gelded; (16) Fame Shines blinkers off again, nose roll
on first time, tongue-tie off again
RACE 7: (2) Alliterate blinkers off again
TAB CODE: PR
• ON SKY RACING 1 & SKY THOROUGHBRED CENTRAL
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5, 6, 7
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: Out 3m
RACE 4 Cavarni Design
1350m 2.49 EQ4 Q1
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0 MR STIX h 14
G Buckley
6905 THE SINNERMAN 15
Chris C Williams (a3)
84s5 BIG DATA 7
K S Latham
2s BOLLENTE Ⓑ 10
A Gibbons
90s2 DESTINATION ROCKS Ⓑ 8 M Bell
s353 HOME SCENE Ⓑ b 9
R Hutchings
3 LINCOLN COUNTY 11
T Wolfgram
MICAWBER Ⓑ 3
C Reith
4s65 NUCLEAR BURST Ⓑ bh 12 A Layt
ZORI Ⓑ 1
S Lisnyy
3 SUPREME BOSS 4
Ms C Ings (a3)
6 TURAKINA Ⓑ 13
K Jennings
Emergencies
78 PHYLAVE Ⓑ 2
Ms J Duggan (a1.5)
7 BEAUFORT PARK 6
C Lever
9s CADENCE Ⓑ 16
6770 NORMA’S JOY 5
Ms M Weir (a3)
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57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
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55.5
101.00
101.00
11.00
*4.00
17.00
5.00
9.00
7.50
7.50
9.00
15.00
17.00
57.5
57.5
55.5
57
41.00
26.00
41.00
101.00
RACE 5 Ryan’s Metal Roofing 1100m 3.24 DD1 Q2
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212s HOMEWORK b 11
132s KOONUNGA 12
85s9 VERLAN b 3
16s CAPTAIN COURAGEOUS Ⓑ 4
240s MIGHTY MARMALADE th 6
2s45 OAKFIELD TWILIGHT h 8
5s21 UNIFY Ⓑ w 10
271s FALLGOLD Ⓑ t 5
15 THE RUNNER Ⓑ db 7
29s1 TIME AND AGAIN Ⓑ 9
s142 YALANJI Ⓑ b 2
2163 ACOUSTIX Ⓑ d 1
RACE 6 Lakes Printers
SCRATCHED
J Adams
K S Latham
Ms W Costin
S Lisnyy
G Buckley
R Hutchings
B Spriggs
C Lever
D Mc Lellan
C Reith
Ms B Hodder
60.5
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55.5
55.5
55.5
54.5
54
1350m 4.04
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9.00
21.00
13.00
9.00
31.00
7.50
4.70
*3.50
13.00
5.50
17.00
Q3
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7732 JEXERLENT dw 6
Ms C Graham (a3)
s814 FRATELLINO 10
Ms L Day (a3)
767s INVICTA dw 16
R Thompson
4284 ONLY WANNA SING Ⓑ w 7 A Gibbons
13s GALAPAGOS w 5
C Reith
0237 JUST LIKE STRATUM w 15 SCRATCHED
313s CHILCOTIN 8
K Jennings
49s8 NADACHEVA tw 12
C O’Brien
Ps7s SPARKLING L’AMOUR dh 14 S Lisnyy
247s SALSA MAN Ⓑ twb 1
C Lever
16 COSSETOT Ⓑ b 3
B Spriggs
6836 PROFILER h 9
Ms J Duggan (a1.5)
Emergencies
5653 SAUSALITO 4
G Buckley
4757 JACK THE RINGER tw 11
15s4 BETTER NOT FLY w 2
Ms B Hodder
6s88 FAME SHINES w 13
M Bell
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9.00
15.00
31.00
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11.00
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51.00
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57.5 13.00
55 51.00
RACE 7 Happy Birthday Kev 1350m 4.44 DD2 Q4
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5164 OXFORD ANGEL twh 9
5163 ALLITERATE 1
6631 DENIM STREET dw 3
4s51 IKARA MISS c 6
33s6 LONGCHAMP LASS w 8
s711 MIMIC Ⓑ 7
8152 ZAVANCE Ⓑ w 5
1 COURU Ⓑ 2
5s61 MOANA MARIE Ⓑ 4
Ms L Day (a3)
Chris C Williams (a3)
B Owen (a3)
K Jennings
C Lever
A Gibbons
T Wolfgram
Ms W Costin
D Mc Lellan
61.5
61
59
58.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
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54.5
4.00
7.50
13.00
5.50
26.00
*3.40
4.70
9.00
15.00
10. MARY MAGPIE: SCRATCHED
11. QUEEN OF MANHATTAN: SCRATCHED
12. QUEENS (Nathan Doyle) 3f By Delago Deluxe Morning Swim (4:0-0-1): Overraced near 1000m,
hampered near 100m when 1½ len, ½ len 3rd of
12 (1) $17.00 55.5 Narrow Neck Nelson, Cortesta
1280m Orange Mdn Soft(5) Nov 23. 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): Eased early stages when 2¼
len 5th of 8 (2) $15.00 55.0 Serene Beauty 1000m
Grafton 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 2. 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.
RACE 7
4.55
(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
5.35
(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) 4g 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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ALBURY RACES Saturday
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5, 6, 7
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: Out 3m from the 1100m to the
400m, then true for the remainder.
RACE 1 Trackpix Plate
1600m 2.06 EQ1
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9950 IRON STRIDE 7
0 KUBANK 8
5s46 TYCOON DREAMING h 6
9s56 WELLETSDOIT 4
0s92 TWO WRONGS DONT Ⓑ 2
6665 CLASSICAL LADY 1
0678 GIRL WITH NO NAME 3
5s68 TIME FOR TIFFANY 5
5 HETAERA Ⓑ 9
9 SHOPPING PARADISE Ⓑ 10
M Travers
R Bensley
B Vale
M A Cahill
N Souquet
Ms A Bryan (a2)
Ms A Masters
Ms B Sweeney
B Mc Dougall (a)
J Duffy
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55.5
$15.0
51.00
*2.70
3.70
5.50
31.00
51.00
101.00
4.50
9.00
RACE 2 Buller Wine Handicap 1175m 2.41 EQ2
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s937 LOGAN RIVER Ⓑ h 8
S Miller
2 HEART ZONE 2
J Duffy
HELLEBORUS 10
P Scorse (a1.5)
2 JUNGLE BOOK Ⓑ 12
B Mc Dougall (a)
JOYFULL PRINCE 5
Ms B Sweeney
LORD WIMBORNE h 4
B Ward
MURASAP 9
N Souquet
546s QUIET LUCKY 13
M Travers
Ms S Metcalfe (a1.5)
8s30 ROYAL OPERA 7
435s WAHINI MISS h 11
S Mc Cullum
70s MILLINGTON 1
SCRATCHED
77s SPINHER Ⓑ h 6
Ms A Masters
Emergencies
13 4736 PSITTACINE 14
B Vale
14 0520 BELLA SHADOW 3
B Murphy
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56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
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54.5
54
7.50
5.00
13.00
*4.00
7.50
13.00
13.00
9.00
11.00
9.00
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15.00
54.5 17.00
54 51.00
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (2) Kubank blinkers on first time; (4) Welletsdoit pads front off first time; (5) Two Wrongs Dont,
(10) Shopping Paradise blinkers on first time, winkers
off first time; (6) Classical Lady blinkers off first time
RACE 2: (1) Logan River blinkers on again, winkers off
first time; (3) Helleborus, (5) Joyfull Prince, (7) Murasap winkers on first time; (8) Quiet Lucky tongue-tie
on first time; (12) Spinher blinkers off first time; (13)
Psittacine blinkers on first time, lugging bit off first
time, tongue-tie on again
RACE 3: (9) Wessels concussion plates front on first
time, lugging bit on first time
RACE 4: (4) Lawton Joseph blinkers off again
RACE 5: (7) If You Will blinkers on again, tongue-tie off
first time, winkers off first time
RACE 6: (3) Madam Palmer blinkers off first time, pacifiers on first time; (5) La Dalliance concussion plates
front off first time, standard race tips front on first time;
(6) Zoey Lass concussion plates front on first time,
lugging bit on first time
RACE 7: (3) Magnavale tongue-tie on first time
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RACE 3 Conway Printing
1175m 3.16 EQ3
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4312 TRIPLE SHOT db 4
2111 BENNO’S BOY tdw 8
s532 LAST REQUEST 5
4022 BUTLER BUTLER twh 10
4605 LORD LAURIE c 11
4219 OCEAN HERO cw 1
5s17 BANGER Ⓑ 9
6473 PACIFIC TYCOON cwh 3
0574 WESSELS h 2
7262 ROCKY HIGH twh 6
5308 COBRA KAI cdh 7
Ms A Bryan (a2)
B Vale
J Duffy
S Miller
N Souquet
B Mc Dougall (a)
M A Cahill
B Ward
Ms S Metcalfe (a1.5)
B Murphy
P Scorse (a1.5)
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60.5
60.5
60
60
59.5
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54
*2.80
9.00
5.50
4.00
15.00
17.00
21.00
13.00
31.00
9.00
26.00
RACE 4 DLG Aluminium & Glazing 1400m 3.56 EQ4 Q1
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7s67 BLUE VALOUR w 1
7s61 HAIL THE HERO cdwh 10
99s1 WAITING FOR A MATE twh 8
7722 LAWTON JOSEPH cdwh 7
9s83 CHOREOGRAPH 9
s778 FLIRTATIOUS FEMME w 5
1652 EXTRA COOL dwb 2
7678 CASINO STAR twh 3
4946 HARGY twh 4
s964 WESTERN WOW d 6
P Scorse (a1.5)
B Mc Dougall (a)
M A Cahill
J Duffy
R Cuneen
B Ward
B Vale
B Murphy
Ms A Masters
Ms S Metcalfe (a1.5)
RACE 5 Arc Summer Hcp
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58.5
57.5
56
55
54
54
54
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54
7.00
4.00
*3.20
5.00
5.00
17.00
13.00
41.00
31.00
9.00
1600m 4.36 DD1 Q2
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6012 CLASS CLOWN dw 2
5s05 PITTSBURGH cw 7
7955 ARAGONESE dh 4
5s49 TUDOR RULE dw 1
0s47 SUPPLY MONEY cdwh 5
1446 FOOTMARK tcdwh 6
s080 IF YOU WILL cd 3
R Bensley
B Mc Dougall (a)
B Ward
J Duffy
Ms S Metcalfe (a1.5)
S Miller
M Travers
RACE 6 Fiona Landy
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3.40
59.5 4.20
57
9.00
55
6.00
54 15.00
54 *2.70
54 31.00
1175m 5.16
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78s8 CHANCEOFALIFETIME dw 6
s533 JOUNAMA w 8
13s0 MADAM PALMER tw 12
9s89 MISS FARLOO d 7
s225 LA DALLIANCE dh 3
0550 ZOEY LASS hn 4
31s NEWS GIRL c 1
4s41 DIVA DOC th 2
4364 TEARFUL KITTY dw 5
449s ARIEL MISS d 9
0s38 TINYBELLA h 11
4550 I’M A PRIMA DONNA w 10
Ms S Metcalfe (a1.5)
Ms M Taylor
B Ward
J Duffy
N Souquet
B Murphy
B Mc Dougall (a)
S Mc Cullum
B Vale
Ms A Masters
S Miller
M Travers
RACE 7 Barlens Handicap
60.5
59.5
58.5
58.5
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56.5
55.5
55
9.00
5.50
13.00
26.00
3.70
17.00
*2.80
9.00
11.00
21.00
21.00
51.00
900m 5.51 DD2 Q4
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
7s16 SQUAW VALLEY cwhn 2
460s BEAUTIFUL BEE 3
1 MAGNAVALE w 10
3164 DIAMONDS FOR ALICE b 11
9497 MARIA ELISA cw 4
7040 RUBINIC w 8
s160 TOFFEY MISS ch 5
2365 ENCONTI w 6
8924 GENTLEMAN CHARLIE td 9
2122 MURRAWEE 7
5470 ANACOTT STEEL n 1
B Mc Dougall (a)
J Duffy
61
59
56.5
B Ward
55.5
Ms B Sweeney
55
Ms B Wright (a3)
54
B Murphy
54
Ms A Masters
54
B Vale
54
S Miller
54
Ms S Metcalfe (a1.5) 54
*3.40
4.20
5.50
15.00
9.00
26.00
9.00
21.00
17.00
6.50
51.00
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CANBERRA RACES today
• ON SKY RACING 1 & SKY THOROUGHBRED CENTRAL
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: True
RACE 1 Become A Member
1000m 2.15 EQ1
Tips by Shayne O’Cass
TAB CODE: ER
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5, 6, 7
RACE 5 Martin Hillery
1300m 4.40 DD1 Q2
$20,000. Class 1. Apprentices can claim.
$20,000. Benchmark 55. Apprentices can claim.
1 1s22 POLYXENA h 5
Ms K Nisbet
58.5 *$2.60
2 41s5 IVA LILO 4
A Layt
58
5.50
3
1 MAGNAVALE dw 6
C Lever
58
3.40
57.5
3.10
4 248s THE UNKNOWN FACTOR ch 7 R Bensley
5
BALKAN RULER h 2
B Owen (a)
55 17.00
6 s179 ONSETTLING DOWN d 1 P Scorse (a1.5)
55 31.00
7 8594 USAIN BROCKSTAR d 3 Ms C Gravener (a2) 54 71.00
THE UNKNOWN FACTOR 1, Polyxena 2, Magnavale 3, Iva Lilo 4.
1 7623 ANNE’S GIFT w 10
SCRATCHED
61.5
—
2 s011 ADMIRE GRATZI tdwh 5 R Bensley
60 *2.80
3 3867 AND THERE IS MORE t 9 B Griffiths (a1.5)
60
5.00
4 s278 BOYS DAY OUT twh 4
P Scorse (a1.5)
60 4.00
5 7331 DIAMOND CHARLIE twh 8 SCRATCHED
60
—
6 7s50 MACO NAPRET 12
M A Cahill
60 26.00
7 47s5 QUITE UNEXPECTED d 2 C Lever
59.5 16.00
8 4562 ALL TALK h 7
B Ward
57.5 3.70
9 7012 CHASTE ANGEL w 6
A Sweeney (a1.5) 55.5 26.00
10 0082 GAELIC BOLT 11
Ms K Adams
54.5 51.00
11 9087 MALIZIA td 3
Ms K Nisbet
54.5 101.00
12 4976 LOVESPEED GIRL d 1
Ms C Gravener (a2) 54 26.00
ALL TALK 1, Admire Gratzi 2, Boys Day Out 3, Chaste Angel 4.
RACE 2 Floatabove Handicap 1600m 2.50 EQ2
$20,000. Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
1 88 GO GARIC 6
C Lever
59
3.40
2 86 NOBLE DUKE h 4
M Bell
59
4.80
3 3520 PRINCESS TABITHA 1
B Ward
58
6.50
4 4923 STRATUM’S ROSE h 3
Ms K Nisbet
58
*2.25
5 8966 CRASSUS 5
A Layt
57.5 51.00
6 7965 HOUSE PARTY 8
B Owen (a)
57.5 23.00
7 8s66 SASS’N’TWINKLE 2
M Travers
57.5 23.00
8 2758 TYPHOON MAX 7
M A Cahill
57.5 11.00
STRATUM’S ROSE 1, Princess Tabitha 2, Noble Duke 3, House Party 4.
RACE 3 Heffernan Lending
1400m 3.25 EQ3
$20,000. Benchmark 65. Apprentices can claim.
1 1000 FRENCH BLUE w 6
P Scorse (a1.5)
62.5
2 1727 CRITICAL TOUCH tcdh 3 A Sweeney (a1.5) 60
3 0s84 TRYING cwh 8
Ms C Gravener (a2) 59
4 s93s FASTNET CYCLONE w 1 A Layt
58.5
5 2s35 APPETIZING dwb 2
M Bell
57.5
6 3144 TRUMBO h 5
B Owen (a)
57.5
7 5481 TE ATA tch 7
56.5
55
8 7331 DIAMOND CHARLIE cdwh 4 Ms K Nisbet
TE ATA 1, Appetizing 2, Critical Touch 3, Diamond Charlie 4.
RACE 4 Brema Group
15.00
7.00
7.50
8.00
4.40
4.60
*3.60
9.50
1000m 4.05 EQ4 Q1
$20,000. Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
1 56s2 NONE SO BRIGHT h 6
S Miller
58.5 6.00
2
DIP ME LID h 5
R Bensley
57 23.00
3
DOCTOR ZOUS 7
C Lever
57
*1.70
4
MAJOR TIME h 10
A Sweeney (a1.5) 57 19.00
5
MILAMOO h 1
P Scorse (a1.5)
56.5 41.00
6 s4s7 POLAR STAR bh 2
B Ward
56
6.00
7
SPACE SHRAPNEL h 3
M A Cahill
55 10.00
8 76s9 AMBELLARA h 9
Ms K Nisbet
54.5 15.00
9 60s9 PARTY GLOW 4
A Layt
54.5 19.00
10 287s STARDUX h 8
Ms C Gravener (a2) 54.5 34.00
DOCTOR ZOUS 1, None So Bright 2, Dip Me Lid 3, Space Shrapnel 4.
RACE 1
2.15
(1000m)
1. POLYXENA (Rob Potter) 4m By Master Of Design - Bang Goes Lang (3:1-2-0): Laid in in straight
when 1½ len 2nd of 12 (5) $10.00 57.0 Find My Tail
1200m Wagga Hcp (C1) Good(3) Nov 26. Lacerations
when ¾ len 2nd of 8 (4) $3.40 58.0 Zariz No Other
1000m Canberra (Bm55) Good(3) Dec 28. On pace
and boxed on to fill the minors here at latest. Fitter
for two runs back. Rates highly.
2. IVA LILO (Ms G Englebrecht) 4m By Tickets Rosiesingstheblues (5:1-1-0): Knuckled down well
to score 2 len win of 9 (3) $3.30 57.0 Adele’s Joy,
Restless 1150m Cessnock 3yo Mdn Good(3) June
4. Resumed with 5¾ len last of 5 (2) $21.00 57.5
Mosuo 1000m Goulburn Hcp (C1) Good(3) Nov 4.
Since registered 4½ len 5th Special Missile 900m
C’bury barrier trial Heavy(8) Dec 20. Returning from
let-up. Went to line only fairly at Goulburn first-up.
Free-running. Well placed from the perfect draw.
Right in this.
3. MAGNAVALE (C D Widdison) 4m By Magnus Ascot Vale (1:1-0-0): Rider lost whip when ½ nk win
of 10 (6) $2.35F 56.5 Hunka Hunka Harry, Scrappy
1000m Tatura 3yo+ Mdn Soft(5) Dec 9. Freshened.
Began career in fine style. Must be considered.
4. THE UNKNOWN FACTOR (G P Vella) 3g By The
Factor (US) - Mixed Up Miss (4:1-1-0): Safely held
in 4¼ len 4th of 7 (7) $26.00 56.5 Sizzling Belle
1000m Canberra 2yo Plate Good(4) Feb 23. Wide
throughout, over-raced early, middle stages when
9¾ len last of 8 (7) $151.00 56.0 Encryption 1200m
Canberra G3 Black Opal Good(3) Mar 11. First-up.
Won in Mdn company at Canberra first-up last
campaign. Meeting easier opposition here. Can’t be
taken lightly.
5. BALKAN RULER (Mick Miladinovic) 3g By Alert
(AR) - Princess Dani (0:0-0-0): First start. Prepared
for debut with 6¾ len 5th Redicon 900m Canberra
barrier trial Good(3) Dec 28. Trials: (1:0-0-0). Unplaced in only trial. Prefer to see at this stage.
6. ONSETTLING DOWN (M Petrovic) 3g By Delago
Deluxe - Kariz (7:1-1-0): Slowly away, vetted - no abnormalities when 6¾ len 7th of 10 (2) $4.40F 61.0
The Blues Brother 1200m Queanbeyan E&G (Bm50)
Firm(2) Nov 13. Settled midfield when 6½ len 9th
of 10 (1) $19.00 55.0 Banter 1010m Moruya Hcp
(C1) Soft(6) Dec 23. Average effort in same class at
Moruya last start. Place appeal only.
7. USAIN BROCKSTAR (Mike Cattell) 4g By Stryker
- Brocbel (21:1-4-0): No match when 8¾ len last of
9 (9) $41.00 54.0 Red Notice 1000m Nowra Hcp
(C1) Good(4) Dec 9. Battled away for 3¼ len 4th of
5 (5) $15.00 62.0 Windcharm 900m Gosford 3yo+
Hcp (Cl B) Soft(5) Dec 15. Needs to improve sharply.
Faces a task.
RACE 2
2.50
(1600m)
1. GO GARIC (Craig Carmody) 3g By Turffontein Miss Columbus (2:0-0-0): Wide throughout when
5¼ len 8th of 12 (10) $101.00 55.0 Battle Cry 1200m
Gosford 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 6. Beaten but not disgraced when 2½ len 8th of 13 (12) $51.00 57.5 Couru
1300m Goulburn 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Far from
disgraced at Goulburn last outing. Easier task here.
Major player.
2. NOBLE DUKE (B Joseph & P & M Jones) 3g By
Foxwedge - Duchess Cara (2:0-0-0): Well beaten
12½ len 8th of 11 (2) $81.00 58.0 Cossetot 1300m
Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9. Not flash in 5¾ len
6th of 10 (8) $101.00 57.5 Classic Jade 1400m Newcastle E&G Mdn Good(4) Dec 26. Formerly with John
Thompson. Just battled home in same company at
Newcastle last time out. Drawn well. Drops in grade
and gets the chance to be more competitive. Eachway chance.
3. PRINCESS TABITHA (T J Robinson) 7m By
Prince Arthur - Vicadelsa (14:0-2-2): Took up a
handy position in 1¾ len 2nd of 8 (3) $8.50 55.5
Reign Over Me 1600m Canberra Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16.
Took up a midfield position when 12½ len 11th of 12
(5) $10.00 57.0 Ahmad 1600m Nowra Mdn Soft(5)
Dec 31. Good draw. Worth some thought.
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RACE 6 TAB Federal
3.25
1000m 5.20
Q3
$40,000. Benchmark 65. Apprentices can claim.
1 7s25 TORCHBEARER cdw 5
Chris C Williams (a1.5) 61.5
2 6s77 MIXED BLOSSOM cwh 3 A Sweeney (a1.5) 60.5
3 5140 OLIFANTS cdh 1
Ms C Gravener (a2) 60.5
4 3163 OUR REVENUE tdw 7
P Scorse (a1.5)
60.5
5 3042 MISSED OUT d 8
M Bell
59
6 146s PINCH MOUNTAIN w 4 A Layt
58.5
7 715s DELAGO THUNDER dh 9 C Lever
58
8 21s8 EMBEZZLEMENT h 6
S Miller
57.5
9 52s1 LULU RAEZ cw 2
Ms K Nisbet
57.5
EMBEZZLEMENT 1, Lulu Raez 2, Missed Out 3, Our Revenue 4.
RACE 7 Crafty Frog Shop
8.00
15.00
26.00
6.50
7.00
7.50
6.50
4.20
*4.00
1300m 6.00 DD2 Q4
$20,000. Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
1
YIPPEE 9
Chris C Williams (a1.5) 58 26.00
2
5 SECRETARY GENERAL h 6 R Bensley
57.5 3.90
3 84s VUNI 15
SCRATCHED
56.5
—
4 536 AMEARES 8
M A Cahill
56
6.00
5 03s0 CLEARLY NOW 7
M Bell
56
8.50
6
77 MONTE MAJURA h 13
B Ward
56 19.00
7
TRULY MADLY 12
C Lever
56 *3.20
8 0004 AUDIO BAY 1
M Travers
55.5 18.00
9 60s0 EXPRESS COURIER h 5
55.5 13.00
10 776s JAILBIRD JAYJAY 3
Ms K Nisbet
55.5 13.00
11 60s LOLITA GOLD h 2
S Miller
55.5 15.00
12 80 QADIRA 14
A Layt
55.5 61.00
13 0s47 SIMDERELLA 4
B Griffiths (a1.5)
55.5 23.00
14 680s STOLEN GIFT 11
P Scorse (a1.5)
55.5 61.00
Emergency
15 45s0 PENNYWHISTLE 10
55.5 126.00
SECRETARY GENERAL 1, Jailbird Jayjay 2, Lolita Gold 3, Ameares 4.
4. STRATUM’S ROSE (R Weston & J Nisbet) 3f By
Stratum - Sister Rose (10:0-3-2): Made up good
ground when len 2nd of 12 (10) $6.50 55.5 Monterey
Zar 1200m Wagga Mdn Good(3) Dec 1. Found the
line intently for sht hd, ¾ len 3rd of 14 (13) $4.40
55.5 Bianbarnie, Starskin 1400m Wagga Mdn Plate
Good(3) Dec 24. Knocking on the door. Closed from
well back to fill the minors at Wagga at latest. Nice
gate. One of the major players.
5. CRASSUS (N E Layt) 3g By Al Maher - Zecchino
(8:0-0-1): Settled handy when 3¼ len 6th of 12 (5)
$101.00 55.0 Aroha Diamond 1200m Canberra Mdn
Soft(6) Dec 16. Checked near 1000m when 5¾ len
6th of 10 (8) $31.00 55.0 Ruby Red Socks 1300m
Canberra Mdn Good(3) Dec 28. Coming off a modest
run this grade here last start. Keep safe.
6. HOUSE PARTY (Michael Plummer) 4g By Crowded House (GB) - Spritzer (5:0-0-0): Sound when len
6th of 13 (13) $101.00 57.0 Concours 1200m Mudgee
Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec 7. Slowly away when 6½
len 5th of 13 (2) $21.00 59.0 Positive Peace 1400m
Orange Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec 17. Went to line only
fairly this level at Orange last outing. Can figure.
7. SASS’N’TWINKLE (Ms S Sharp) 5m By Marechal - Zakynthos Lodge (14:0-3-3): Balanced up
midfield when first-up 7½ len 6th of 13 (1) $13.00
55.5 Delchuzy 1100m Dubbo F&M Mdn Good(3)
Nov 20. Didn’t offer much when 7¾ len 6th of 13
(7) $31.00 57.0 Positive Peace 1400m Orange Mdn
Plate Good(3) Dec 17. Fitter third-up. Decent alley.
Not the roughest.
8. TYPHOON MAX (T Gibson) 6g By Prince Arthur Belong To Ten (11:0-1-0): Failed to fire 5¼ len 5th of 8
(6) $12.00 55.5 Reign Over Me 1600m Canberra Mdn
Soft(6) Dec 16. Jumped awkwardly when 6½ len 8th
of 10 (9) $18.00 55.0 Ruby Red Socks 1300m Canberra Mdn Good(3) Dec 28. Average effort in same
class here last time out. Not fancied.
RACE 3
RACING 43
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(1400m)
1. FRENCH BLUE (G D Neale) 5g By More Than
Ready (US) - Ocean Dream (6:2-1-0): Slowly away
when 6¾ len 10th of 11 (7) $19.00 58.0 Oxford Angel 1200m Gosford (Bm64) Good(4) Nov 24. Found
rivals too strong 6½ len last of 10 (2) $31.00 60.0
Epic Dan 1000m Wyong (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 19.
Each-way chance.
2. CRITICAL TOUCH (B Joseph & P & M Jones) 6g
By Strategic - Look And Feel (33:5-8-2): Gave all
for nose 2nd of 10 (8) $11.00 57.5 Animalia 1300m
Canberra (Bm70) Soft(6) Dec 16. Safely held in 4¼
len 7th of 11 (2) $9.50 59.5 Lucky Prospector 1400m
Canberra (Bm65) Good(3) Dec 28. Just battled
home in same company here at latest. Loves this
track/distance. Expect will be prominent from the
decent draw. Worth including.
3. TRYING (N F Gardner) 6g By Not A Single Doubt
- Super Assassin (31:4-5-2): First-up finished 5¾ len
8th of 9 (9) $11.00 60.0 Kappy Cino 1300m Wagga
(Bm58) Good(3) Nov 26. Struck interference at start
when 2¼ len 4th of 10 (5) $21.00 55.0 Animalia
1300m Canberra (Bm70) Soft(6) Dec 16. Wasn’t all
that far away here last start. Getting fitter. Keep safe.
4. FASTNET CYCLONE (G D Neale) 6g By Fastnet
Rock - Chenchikova (IR) (12:1-1-4): Slowly away
when 7¾ len 9th of 12 (8) $31.00 59.5 Good Oh
1400m Ballarat Hcp (C1) Soft(7) June 3. Eased at
start, blocked for a run in straight when 2¼ len, sht
hd 3rd of 16 (11) $71.00 59.0 Potemkin, Mercy Street
1600m Ballarat (Bm64) Heavy(8) June 24. Fitter for
7½ len 7th Arbeitsam 1200m W Farm barrier trial
Soft(5) Dec 27. Resuming. Previously trained by S
Morrish. Not keen.
5. APPETIZING (J M Austin) 4g By Big Brown (US)
- Indulgent (17:2-4-4): Three wide, pulled hard during race when 1¾ len, lg hd 3rd of 12 (7) $21.00 53.5
So Magic, Unknown Universe 1300m Hawkesbury
Hcp (C2) Good(3) Nov 23. Vetted - no abnormalities
when 3½ len 5th of 9 (9) $2.90F 59.0 Xaarfoxylady
1400m Nowra Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 9. Freshened.
Fair effort without threatening at Nowra last outing.
Drawn to ge a nice run. Take beating.
6. TRUMBO (Mick Miladinovic) 5g By California
Dane - Cannshe (18:2-4-3): Fair effort in ½ len 4th
of 14 (2) $5.00 59.5 Rock ‘n’ Roller 1200m Wagga
Hcp (C2) Good(3) Dec 24. Kept trying 2¾ len 4th of 7
(6) $4.60 58.5 Irish Songs 1200m Canberra (Bm60)
Good(3) Dec 28. Ran home respectably here last
time out. Rates highly.
7. TE ATA (Matthew Dale) 4m By I Am Invincible Chickasaw (NZ) (15:3-2-1): Reasonable effort 3½ len
8th of 14 (11) $8.50 58.0 Irish Lucy 1425m Moruya
(Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 23. Slowly away when 1½ len
win of 7 (2) $3.60 55.5 Pink Moscato, Tobermory
1200m Canberra Hp (C2) Good(4) Dec 28. Honest
customer. Swept to lead and raced clear to salute
in superb fashion this grade here at latest. Has had
success at this track. Among the dangers.
8. DIAMOND CHARLIE (N J Osborne) 8g By Myboycharlie (IR) - Class Prevails (45:8-4-7): Wide
throughout when ½ hd, ½ len 3rd of 11 (7) $5.00 57.5
Admire Gratzi, Smiling At Shadows 1400m Canberra
(Bm55) Soft(6) Dec 16. Handily placed when ½ nk
win of 8 (2) $3.50F 58.0 Honour The One, See Me
Out 1400m Canberra (Bm55) Good(3) Dec 28. Racing in top order. Good, determined win from off the
pace last start. Has had success around this circuit.
Favourably drawn. Should be competitive.
RACE 4
4.05
(1000m)
1. NONE SO BRIGHT (N J Osborne) 4g By Star Witness - She Glows (5:0-2-0): Wide throughout, hampered near turn when 4¼ len 6th of 11 (7) $2.60F
59.0 The Middle Man 1000m Narrandera Mdn
Good(4) July 22. Showed pace when first-up 1¼
len 2nd of 12 (1) $7.50 58.0 Exceed The Night 920m
Moruya Mdn Soft(6) Dec 23. No match for winner
but kept on for the minor spoils at Moruya first-up.
Strips fitter. Usually prominent. Strong claims.
2. DIP ME LID (K Dryden & S Collings) 3g By Helmet
- Dancing Doll (0:0-0-0): First start. Makes debut
here after 7½ len, 1¾ len 3rd Bob’s Angel, Trump Me
800m Goulburn barrier trial Good(4) May 27. Trials:
(1:0-0-1). Locally trained. Use betting as a further
guide.
3. DOCTOR ZOUS (Bjorn Baker) 3g By Zoustar Cautious (0:0-0-0): First start. Readied for debut
with 3 len win Your Witness, Easy Leica 800m
Kembla Grange barrier trial Good(4) Dec 19. Trials:
(2:1-1-0). Has shown ability at the trials. Bears close
watching.
4. MAJOR TIME (G P Vella) 3g By Epaulette - Teaset
(0:0-0-0): First start. Kicks off here after 2½ len,
¾ len 3rd Redicon, Fusca 900m Canberra barrier
trial Good(3) Dec 28. Trials: (2:0-0-1). Trialled fairly.
Drawn poorly. Has home track advantage. Market
holds the key.
5. MILAMOO (Mick Miladinovic) 4m By Zariz Cannshe (0:0-0-0): First start. Launching career
here after 5¾ len 6th Green Sweet 920m Moruya
barrier trial Heavy(8) June 29. Trials: (1:0-0-0). Out
of the placings in only trial. Kicks off on home track.
Use betting as a further guide.
6. POLAR STAR (N J Olive) 5g By Lonhro - Polar
Success (6:0-0-1): On return from break finished
2 len 4th of 8 (4) $3.50 58.0 Maid Of Ore 1000m
Canberra Mdn Soft(5) April 6. Resumed with 3½ len
7th of 12 (3) $3.40F 57.0 Aroha Diamond 1200m Canberra Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16. Battled on fairly here firstup. Fitter. On pacer. Drawn to effect. Keep in mind.
7. SPACE SHRAPNEL (K Dryden & S Collings) 3f By
Shrapnel - Commands Space (0:0-0-0): First start.
Prepared for debut with 2½ len 4th Rond De Jambe
800m Goulburn barrier trial Good(4) Dec 20. Trials:
(1:0-0-0). Wasn’t far away in only trial. Trained here.
Market holds the key.
8. AMBELLARA (Matthew Dale) 4m By Time
Thief - Gemini Miss (5:0-0-0): Shifted in near 200m
when 9¼ len 6th of 9 (6) $31.00 57.0 Enjoy The
Stars 1080m Canberra Acton Mdn Synthetic July 27.
Slowly away when 9½ len 9th of 12 (12) $26.00 55.0
Exceed The Night 920m Moruya Mdn Soft(6) Dec
23. Failed to make an impression this level at Moruya
first-up. Badly drawn. Outside chance for multiples.
9. PARTY GLOW (Ms G Englebrecht) 3f By Excelebration (IR) - Cloudwing (3:0-0-0): Hung out near
turn, lacerations when 7¼ len last of 10 (9) $18.00
55.5 Bang On Target 1000m Kembla Grange 2yo
Mdn Good(4) July 12. Wide throughout when 7¼ len
9th of 12 (12) $91.00 55.5 Taken Everything 1000m
Wyong Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. On pace but weakened
right out of it at Wyong first-up. Only a place chance.
10. STARDUX (Todd Smart) 4m By Teofilo (IR) Accademia (6:0-1-1): Inquiry into performance,
over-raced middle stages when 5½ len 8th of 12 (10)
$6.00 57.0 Dashtorush 1660m Moruya Mdn Plate
Good(4) Aug 19. Eased near 1000m, pulled hard
during race when 10¾ len 7th of 12 (2) $21.00 57.0
Pick Of The Day 1500m Goulburn Mdn Soft(6) Aug
31. First-up. Can figure.
RACE 5
4.40
(1300m)
1. ANNE’S GIFT: SCRATCHED
2. ADMIRE GRATZI (G P Vella) 5g By Haradasun
- Sharise (21:3-4-1): Came from second half of
field for lg nk win of 12 (10) $31.00 55.5 Boys Day
Out, Addchan 1200m Canberra (Bm55) Good(4)
Nov 30. Overraced throughout, blocked for a run
on straightening when ½ hd win of 11 (8) $8.00
57.5 Smiling At Shadows, Diamond Charlie 1400m
Canberra (Bm55) Soft(6) Dec 16. Chasing hat-trick.
Timed run well to score here last time out. Has raced
well this track previously. Commands respect.
3. AND THERE IS MORE (T J Robinson) 5m By
Mossman - Bella Arena (17:2-3-1): Laid in on straightening when 1¼ len 6th of 7 (6) $7.50 54.0 Ottamae
1000m Kembla Grange (Bm64) Heavy(8) Dec 1. No
match when 4¾ len 7th of 10 (5) $12.00 57.5 Elegant
Ellen 1300m Moruya Hcp (C2) Soft(6) Dec 23. Can’t
be taken lightly.
4. BOYS DAY OUT (G P Vella) 7g By Domesday Verkko (50:6-5-5): Jumped awkwardly, vetted - no
abnormalities when 3¼ len 7th of 8 (5) $4.40F 57.0
Lulu Raez 1000m Canberra (Bm60) Soft(6) Dec 16.
Wide throughout when 4½ len 8th of 11 (9) $15.00
56.0 Lucky Prospector 1400m Canberra (Bm65)
Good(3) Dec 28. Coming off a modest run in stronger class here at latest. Races well on this track. Good
gate. Worth some thought.
5. DIAMOND CHARLIE: SCRATCHED
6. MACO NAPRET (Michael Plummer) 6g By
Charge Forward - Carlaxna (IR) (28:3-3-3): First-up
finished 2½ len 5th of 8 (3) $61.00 57.5 Indicators On
1000m Orange (Bm58) Soft(5) Nov 23. Well beaten
6¾ len 11th of 14 (1) $26.00 57.5 Not A Sound 1310m
Dubbo (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 10. Freshened. Went to
line only fairly in same class at Dubbo last outing.
Awkwardly drawn. Looking elsewhere.
7. QUITE UNEXPECTED (Peter D Green) 6g By Casino Prince - Crazy Quality (21:1-5-2): Not flash in 6¾
len last of 7 (5) $16.00 55.5 Zidane 1300m Hawkesbury Hcp (C1) Good(3) July 15. Checked early stages
when 8¾ len 5th of 7 (5) $21.00 58.5 All Sassitude
1200m Goulburn (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 20. Was
safely held at Goulburn first-up. Unplaced secondup. Hard to recommend.
8. ALL TALK (T J McIlrick) 4m By Eavesdropper
(US) - Manu Peru (8:1-1-0): Laid in in straight, lost
a plate when 3¾ len 6th of 12 (5) $12.00 57.5 One
Of The Kind 1400m Canberra (Bm55) Good(4) Nov
18. Worked right to the line for sht nk 2nd of 11 (8)
$13.00 55.0 Lansala 1200m Canberra Hcp (C1)
Soft(6) Dec 16. Worked home solidly to place here
last time out. Place makes best appeal.
9. CHASTE ANGEL (G Boucher) 7m By Chateau
Istana (GB) - Katy’s Angel (29:4-7-1): Claimed nk win
of 9 (5) $5.50 56.5 That’s The Ticket, County Limerick 1200m Cooma (Bm50) Firm(2) Dec 8. Kept fighting when lg nk 2nd of 5 (3) $2.50 54.5 Aidan Anthony
1008m Sapphire Coast (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 26. On
pace and fought on bravely to place at short odds at
Sapphire Coast at latest. Not the roughest.
10. GAELIC BOLT (Fred Skerbic) 6g By Silent Shoto
- Samer’s Luck (19:1-2-2): Carried wide near 1000m
when 12¾ len last of 8 (5) $151.00 54.0 Bridyn May
1400m Goulburn Hcp (C1) Good(4) Nov 25. Battled
away gamely ½ len 2nd of 4 (3) $7.00 57.0 Hercegovka 1200m Queanbeyan (Bm50) Firm(2) Dec 26.
Faces stronger opposition now. Drawn off the track.
Prefer others.
11. MALIZIA (G Boucher) 8g By Excites - Snaps
(34:4-5-3): Didn’t offer much when 7¾ len 8th of
11 (4) $151.00 52.5 Admire Gratzi 1400m Canberra
(Bm55) Soft(6) Dec 16. Failed to fire 9 len 7th of 9 (4)
$5.50 56.0 Pastiche 1400m Tumut (Bm50) Good(3)
Dec 26. Well down the track of late. Up in class.
Doesn’t look likely.
12. LOVESPEED GIRL (Mike Cattell) 4m By Bullet
Train (GB) - Lovable (32:2-3-2): Kept grinding 3¾ len
last of 7 (5) $7.50 62.0 Born To Power 1600m Gosford 3yo+ Hcp Soft(5) Dec 15. Positioned midfield
when 7½ len 6th of 10 (7) $81.00 54.0 Hylonome
1200m Nowra (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 31. Went to line
evenly at Nowra last outing. A win would surprise.
RACE 6
5.20
(1000m)
1. TORCHBEARER (5) 61.5
b g 6 Shellscrape — Dan Baroness (Jamie
Stewart)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$104,370
35
4
4
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
35
—
15
9
8
3
Wins
—
1
1
2
—
2nds
—
1
1
1
1
3rds
—
2
2
1
—
TRACK: 2:1-0-0
DIST: 17:3-3-2
Won over: 1000 (2) 1010 (1) 1100 (1)
1st UP: 6:0-1-1
2nd UP: 6:1-0-1
3rd UP: 4:0-0-2
4th UP: 4:1-0-0
WIN: 11.4
PLACE: 37.1%
5TH, 23Dec18 2.6L Moruya Open 1010m 54
(S Guymer 4) 12, Lim 54, 58.69s (Last 600m
34.35), Soft(5), Count Dekroner 55.5 1, Leami
Astray 57 2, Our Revenue 54 3, Btg $6.50, $7.50
4th to turn.
Far from disgraced at Moruya last time
out. Strips fitter third-up. Among the
dangers.
2. MIXED BLOSSOM (3) 60.5
b m 6 Time Thief — Mixed Up Miss (G P Vella)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$87,895
23
5
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
23
1
15
5
1
1
Wins
—
3
1
—
1
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 10:3-1-1
DIST: 16:3-1-1
Won over: 1000 (3) 1050 (1) 1080 (1)
1st UP: 7:4-0-0
2nd UP: 6:1-1-1
3rd UP: 4:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 21.7
PLACE: 30.4%
LAST, 11Dec18 5.8L Wagga Open 1000m 54
(P Scorse 4) 7, Lim 54, 57.41s (Last 600m 33.76),
Good(3), Oh What A Thief 50 1, Benno’s Boy 54
2, Brockton Punch 54 3, Btg $6.50, $10.00 4th to
turn. Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Average effort at Wagga at
latest. Boasts impressive stats over this
track/distance. Drawn favourably. Eachway chance.
3. OLIFANTS (1) 60.5
b/br g 4 Animal Kingdom (US) — Graskop (Doug
Gorrel)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$49,285
14
3
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
1
10
3
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 1:1-0-0
DIST: 7:2-1-0
Won over: 800 (1) 1000 (2)
1st UP: 4:1-2-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-2
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 21.4
PLACE: 50%
LAST, 23Dec18 5.7L Moruya Open 1010m 54
(Ms J Taylor 7) 12, Lim 54, 58.69s (Last 600m
34.35), Soft(5), Count Dekroner 55.5 1, Leami
Astray 57 2, Our Revenue 54 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00
5th to turn. Checked near 800m.
Just battled home at Moruya last start.
Could sneak a place at odds.
4. OUR REVENUE (7) 60.5
ch m 5 Snippetson — Birkin (M Petrovic)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$78,030
26
4
3
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
1
16
5
—
4
Wins
—
3
1
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
1
4
1
—
—
TRACK: 5:1-1-2
DIST: 6:2-0-3
Won over: 1000 (2) 1200 (2)
1st UP: 4:1-0-1
2nd UP: 4:0-0-2
3rd UP: 4:1-1-0
4th UP: 4:1-0-1
WIN: 15.4
PLACE: 50%
3RD, 23Dec18 1L, 0.8L Moruya Open 1010m
54 (Ms K Nisbet 3) 12, Lim 54, 58.69s (Last
600m 34.35), Soft(5), Count Dekroner 55.5 1,
Leami Astray 57 2, Living Doll 54 4, Btg $6.50,
$8.50 9th to turn.
Let down well from back of the pack to
place at Moruya last outing. Keep safe.
5. MISSED OUT (8) 59
br g 4 Pluck (US) — Peggy Fusaichi (Kurt Goldman)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$73,895
20
2
5
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
20
—
15
1
2
2
Wins
—
1
—
—
1
2nds
—
4
—
—
1
3rds
—
3
—
1
—
TRACK: 1:0-1-0
DIST: 12:1-3-3
Won over: 1000 (1) 1080 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-2-1
2nd UP: 4:1-0-1
3rd UP: 3:0-1-1
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 10
PLACE: 55%
2ND, 17Nov18 1/2 hd, nck Gundagai Cls 2
1000m 60 (Ms K Nisbet 2) 9, Lim 54, 57.97s
(Last 600m 34.58), Good(3), Mr Brown Fox 57.5
1, Sergeant Sam 54 3, Warragul 57.5 4, Btg $3.80,
$4.80, $4.20 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- LET-UP --Back from a let-up. Finished well to
place at Gundagai last time out. Should be
competitive.
6. PINCH MOUNTAIN (4) 58.5
b/br g 5 Denman — Moama (Daniel Nickson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$49,550
21
3
3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
—
14
7
—
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (3)
1st UP: 5:2-1-0
2nd UP: 5:0-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-1
WIN: 14.3
PLACE: 38.1%
6TH, 09Sep18 1.9L Sunshine Coast Bm75
1200m 54.5 (L V Cassidy 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:12.26
(Last 600m 35.59), Soft(5), Hingus Rose 57 1, So
Skilled 56 2, Saint Patricks Day 58 3, Btg $4.60,
$4.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Inconvenienced
near 1000m. Blocked for a run on straightening.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Formerly with R L Heathcote.
Saluted at Ipswich first-up last time in.
Drawn to receive every chance. Can figure.
7. DELAGO THUNDER (9) 58
b m 4 Delago Deluxe — Alezan Thunder (N J
Olive)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$39,150
9
2
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
5
3
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 900 (1) 1000 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-0-1
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 22.2
PLACE: 33.3%
5TH, 04Jul18 2.5L Ipswich (Metro) F&M’s Cls
3 1100m 57 (Matthew Palmer 7) 7, Set weights,
1:05.12 (Last 600m 33.78), Soft(5), Prue’s Angel
59 1, Sheezalady 56 2, La Scopa 54 3, Btg $16.00,
$21.00 5th throughout. Difficult to load. Trial to
steward’s satisfaction. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --First-up. Previously trained by David
Joice. Placed in RST65 company at Gold
Coast first-up last campaign. Not the
roughest.
8. EMBEZZLEMENT (6) 57.5
ch m 4 Toorak Toff — Songstar (B Joseph & P &
M Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$45,545
5
2
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
1
1
—
3
Wins
—
—
—
—
2
2nds
—
—
—
—
1
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1080 (1) 1280 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 40
PLACE: 60%
8TH, 15Dec18 7.6L Randwick Cls 3 1000m
53 (C Brown 9) 10, Lim 53, 58.24s (Last 600m
34.93, Last 200m 12.66), Soft(6), Sei Stella 56.5
1, Anchois 53.5 2, Invincible Tammy 51 3, Btg
$10.00, $11.00, $10.00 7th to turn. Laid out in
straight.
Will only be fitter. Keep in mind.
9. LULU RAEZ (2) 57.5
br m 5 Ready’s Image (US) — Little Lippy (Kurt
Goldman)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$52,115
13
3
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
13
—
8
2
—
3
Wins
—
1
1
—
1
2nds
—
—
—
—
2
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 6:2-0-2
DIST: 6:2-0-2
Won over: 1000 (2) 1080 (1)
1st UP: 4:2-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:1-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-1-0
WIN: 23.1
PLACE: 53.8%
WON, 16Dec18 lng nck, 1.5L Canberra Bm60
1000m 58 (Ms K Nisbet 2) 8, Lim 54.5, 58.63s
(Last 600m 34.08), Soft(6), Paris Carver 55.5
2, Addchan 56.5 3, Ticked Off 55 4, Btg $4.80,
$5.00 led throughout.
Handy galloper. Determined effort from
handy position to win here first-up. Strips
fitter. Effective this track/distance. Include
among the better chances.
RACE 7
6.00
(1300m)
1. YIPPEE (Craig Carmody) 3g By Congrats (US)
- Heaven On A Stick (0:0-0-0): First start. Makes
debut here after 12¼ len 8th In The Zone 1000m
Hawkesbury barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(5) Dec 17. Trials:
(2:0-0-0). Use betting as a further guide.
2. SECRETARY GENERAL (G P Vella) 4m By Uncle
Mo (US) - Moments I Treasure (US) (1:0-0-0): Wide
throughout when 2¼ len 5th of 12 (10) $8.00 57.0
Aroha Diamond 1200m Canberra Mdn Soft(6) Dec
16. More experienced following debut. Can play a
role.
3. VUNI: SCRATCHED
4. AMEARES (K Dryden & S Collings) 3f By Dalakhani (IR) - Thismist (3:0-0-1): Got home nicely
to run sht ½ hd, hd 3rd of 10 (6) $3.90 54.0 Bling
Alert, Nine Circles 1200m Queanbeyan Mdn Hcp
Soft(5) Nov 22. Slowly away, blocked for a run on
straightening when 1½ len 6th of 14 (12) $9.00 55.5
Budderoo Prince 1300m Moruya Mdn Plate Soft(6)
Dec 23. Wasn’t all that far away at Moruya at latest.
Worth some thought.
5. CLEARLY NOW (Kurt Goldman) 3g By Dawn Approach (IR) - Demure (3:0-0-1): Slowly away, hampered early stages when sht hd, nose 3rd of 12 (7)
$2.70F 56.5 Gaelic Bolt, Fast Talking 1180m Gundagai 3yo+ E&G Mdn Good(4) Aug 5. Resumed with 3¼
len 11th of 13 (6) $16.00 57.0 Couru 1300m Goulburn
3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Fair effort without threatening at Goulburn first-up. Fitter. Easier here and
open to improvement. Each-way chance.
6. MONTE MAJURA (L T Hodgson) 3g By Dreamscape - Monte Rhythm (NZ) (2:0-0-0): Slowly away
when 6¼ len 7th of 9 (3) $26.00 57.5 Yalanji 1000m
Canberra Mdn Good(4) Nov 18. Slowly away, laid out
in straight when 6¼ len 7th of 10 (4) $31.00 56.0
Hylonome 1000m Canberra Mdn Good(4) Nov 30.
Since recorded 1¼ len 5th Willangie 900m Canberra
barrier trial Good(3) Dec 28. Freshened. Coming
off a modest run in same company here last start.
Needs luck from out there. Looks tested.
7. TRULY MADLY (Clare Cunningham) 3f By Arlington - Try This (0:0-0-0): First start. Readied for
debut with hd, ½ hd 3rd Overjoyed, Uralla Kingdom
1050m R’wick barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(6) Dec 17. Trials: (5:0-0-1). Trialled well. Big watch.
8. AUDIO BAY (Ms A Smith) 4m By Arlington - Razzani (6:0-0-0): Found rivals too strong 13¾ len last
of 12 (8) $41.00 55.0 Thiswilldous 1100m Coonamble Mdn Heavy(10) Oct 7. Overraced early stages
when 1½ len 4th of 11 (4) $8.00 57.0 Sipharderson
1110m Dubbo Mdn Plate Good(4) Dec 21. Gave good
account at Dubbo last outing. Drawn well. Keep safe.
9. EXPRESS COURIER (K Dryden & S Collings) 3g
By Foxwedge - Pass The Parcel (3:0-0-0): Checked
near 600m, wide throughout when 11¼ len 13th
of 14 (10) $13.00 55.5 Who’s Knocking 1200m Canberra Mdn Good(4) Mar 11. Vetted - no abnormalities
when 6½ len 11th of 12 (12) $6.50 56.0 Aroha Diamond 1200m Canberra Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16. Went to
line only fairly this grade here first-up. Will only be
fitter. Rough chance for minors.
10. JAILBIRD JAYJAY (Mark Gee) 4m By Al Aseel
- Karentheboss (6:0-0-0): Battled away for 3¼ len
7th of 14 (13) $6.00 55.0 Oscar Cranach 1400m
Wagga Mdn Soft(5) June 24. Overraced near 600m,
Three wide, vetted - no abnormalities, ordered to
trial when 9½ len 6th of 9 (3) $6.50 57.0 Isadora
Twinkle 1660m Moruya Mdn Good(4) July 16. Firstup. Place appeal only.
11. LOLITA GOLD (N J Osborne) 3f By Zoffany (IR)
- Lolita Star (2:0-0-0): Slowly away, raced greenly
when 5½ len 6th of 14 (12) $71.00 54.5 Blazing Issue 1000m Dubbo 2yo Hcp Good(3) Mar 25. Slowly
away when 9½ len 10th of 12 (8) $61.00 54.0 Miss Invincible 1100m Wellington Wellington Boot Good(4)
April 8. Resuming. Not likely.
12. QADIRA (Ms G Englebrecht) 3f By Bullet Train
(GB) - Abu Zayan (GB) (2:0-0-0): Rider - didn’t
handle going when 5½ len 8th of 9 (8) $13.00 56.5
Bardor 1300m Goulburn F&M Mdn Good(4) Nov 10.
Jumped awkwardly, over-raced early stages, wide
throughout when 10¼ len last of 10 (5) $61.00 55.5
Fabricator 1400m Canberra Mdn Good(4) Nov 30.
Freshened. Couldn’t show a turn of foot this level
here last time out. Wide alley is a concern. Hard to
make a case for.
13. SIMDERELLA (Peter D Green) 5m By Lope De
Vega (IR) - Lucy’s Cash (4:0-0-0): Jumped awkwardly, laid out in straight when 5¼ len 4th of 6 (5) $11.00
55.0 Worldly Pleasure 1000m Orange F&M Mdn
Good(4) Nov 9. Settled midfield when 4¾ len 7th of
10 (3) $81.00 51.5 Danzibar Dancer 1200m Tuncurry
4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 10. Freshened. Average effort in same class at Tuncurry at latest. Unlikely to
trouble these.
14. STOLEN GIFT (M Petrovic) 4g By Delago Deluxe - Miss Jumbo (8:0-0-0): Jumped awkwardly
when 8½ len 8th of 9 (1) $151.00 54.0 Bart 2000m
Queanbeyan 3yo+ Hcp Good(3) May 13. Safely held
in 9¼ len last of 12 (3) $51.00 55.0 Bull Bailey 1750m
Canberra Acton Plate (C1) Synthetic May 25. Firstup. Not expected to threaten.
15. PENNYWHISTLE (S A Riley) 4m By Pendragon
(NZ) - Resonance (8:0-0-2): No match when 11½
len 5th of 6 (5) $81.00 56.5 Want To Bolt 1300m
Goulburn Mdn Soft(5) April 14. First-up finished
15 len 11th of 12 (11) $101.00 58.0 Starchild 1200m
Nowra F&M Mdn Soft(5) Dec 31. Lacked a pick-up
and only plugged to line at Nowra first-up. This looks
too hard.
44 RACING
SUNSHINE COAST RACES twilight
• ON SKY RACING 1 & SKY THOROUGHBRED CENTRAL
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5, 6, 7
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: Out 3m
RACE 1 Wimmers Premium Soft Drinks 1200m 3.17 EQ1
$21,000. Class 4. Apprentices can claim.
1 03s6 EXCEEDINGLY tc 4
L R Dittman
59.5 $6.00
2 1333 SKY LAKE tdbn 1
Ron Stewart
57.5 *2.80
3 s634 MR STRACHAN tcdwh 3 D Browne
57
4.20
4 4833 MADLUCE MISSILE cdwn 2 R Wiggins
56.5 3.80
5 6868 OH BOY cdw 5
B Nothdurft (a)
54
7.50
6 635s PRINCE MANITOU w 6 R Faehr
54
9.00
SKY LAKE 1, Madluce Missile 2, Mr Strachan 3, Exceedingly 4.
RACE 2 Furphy Handicap
1000m 3.52 EQ2
$21,000. C,H&Gs Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
1
MISTA MAYBE 5
L Tarrant
2 88s2 INKBLOT 7
Ms C Frater-Hill (a2)
3
3 INSTABEATS 3
Ms T Harrison
4 47s7 ROCK TSAR h 6
M R Du Plessis
5 7s6s DESERT KNIGHT 2
L R Dittman
6 0540 HARRY’S STAR h 4
A Sewell
7 365s SLY GRIN h 1
Ms S Lacy (a)
INKBLOT 1, Instabeats 2, Desert Knight 3, Mista Maybe 4.
RACE 3 Caloundra RSL Hcp
59
58
57.5
57
56.5
54
54
5.50
*2.30
3.60
17.00
4.00
26.00
34.00
1000m 4.27 EQ3
$21,000. F&M Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
1
5 GOLD PRODUCER 9
L Tarrant
59
2 267s MISS COCHISE 12
SCRATCHED
59
3 2052 GRACE OF MONACO b 2 L V Cassidy
58.5
4
0 NORMA MAY h 13
SCRATCHED
58
5 2535 SUPER FREAK b 6
Ms M Nakao (a3)
58
6
ALL DREAMS 5
A Allen
57.5
7
DIPLOMATIC MISS 10
M R Du Plessis
57.5
8
4 MONASHEE MUSIC h 7 D Browne
57.5
9 79s3 MASSABIELLE h 11
Ms S Lacy (a)
56.5
10 s546 MELD KILPATRICK 1
J Orman
56
11 s746 SLIGHTLY SHADY 3
B Powell
55.5
12 07s5 HINTERLAND SAM h 8 Ms T Harrison
54.5
13 928s LOTS OF PROMISE h 4 Ms T Williams (a1.5) 54.5
DIPLOMATIC MISS 1, Grace Of Monaco 2, Monashee Music 3,
Massabielle 4.
RACE 4 Coastline BMW
9.00
—
4.60
—
11.00
13.00
*3.30
7.00
7.00
17.00
34.00
26.00
34.00
1600m 5.07 EQ4 Q1
$21,000. Class 2. Apprentices can claim.
1 5415 NEVER IN DOUBT b 8
B Stewart
58
2 2377 SICARIO h 3
M R Du Plessis
58
3 s742 MANDLAKAZI ch 2
Ron Stewart
57.5
4 8s84 BABY BACK SHAK 7
R Wiggins
57
5 1103 PIERRE BIZEL tcbh 6
L Tarrant
57
6 5373 SHINNECOCK tcwn 1
J Orman
56.5
7 s122 KIJITO w 4
J Taylor
55
8 4504 TIME TO SAIL t 5
M Hellyer
54
MANDLAKAZI 1, Shinnecock 2, Pierre Bizel 3, Never In Doubt 4.
6.00
15.00
*4.60
7.00
5.00
*4.60
8.00
8.00
• ON SKY RACING 1
RACE 1 Goldin Farms/Akeed Mofeed 1100m 2.56 EQ1
$45,000. 2yo SW+P. Apprentices can claim.
1
1 FELICIA 1
D Caboche (a2)
2
OUTLANDOS 3
Ms J Kah
3
STONEY VISTA 5
D Tourneur
4
ECLAIR BREEZE 2
T Pannell
5
MISS DISS 4
C Caserta (a2)
FELICIA 1, Outlandos 2, Stoney Vista 3, Eclair Breeze 4.
RACE 2 Barossa Wine 12/1
56.5 *$2.50
56.5 3.60
56.5 5.00
54.5 3.30
54.5 26.00
1200m 3.31 EQ2
$35,000. F&M Benchmark 70. Apprentices can claim.
1 s866 MISS CUOCO tcwh 6
Ms K Crowther (a3)
2 0s41 TIARA STAR d 2
T Pannell
3 48s4 QUIVERS tw 4
J Holder
4 6432 TRUPT tcdwb 1
SCRATCHED
5 141s RUSTYDUSTYSUNSHINE twh 8 J Toeroek
6 5512 YANKEE EYES 3
Ms J Kah
7 1083 GALCRUM twh 7
J Maund
8 s214 ARCTIC BLAZE cdwh 5 C Caserta (a2)
TIARA STAR 1, Miss Cuoco 2, Yankee Eyes 3, Quivers 4.
RACE 3 Coopers Handicap
59
58.5
57.5
57.5
56
56
55
54.5
7.50
2.50
9.00
—
31.00
*2.30
13.00
10.00
1700m 4.11 EQ3
1 2121 HUSSYBAY w 4
C Caserta (a2)
60.5
2 63s8 LITTLE WHITE CLOUD 6 J Potter
59.5
3 s332 ROYAL RUMBLE w 1
Ms R Clark (a1.5)
59
4 3241 STRATEGIC DEMAND w 2 Ms K Crowther (a3) 58
5 16s0 SUPER HAZE dw 5
T Pannell
55.5
6 1425 SAVATAG 3
Ms J Kah
54.5
7 60s4 BILLET DOUX 7
D Tourneur
54
ROYAL RUMBLE 1, Savatag 2, Hussybay 3, Strategic Demand 4.
3.00
41.00
3.90
5.50
18.00
*2.50
19.00
1500m 4.51 EQ4
$35,000. Benchmark 70. Apprentices can claim.
1 51s1 CANFORD w 3
Ms J Kah
2 0s51 TABLE OF WISDOM tcw 1 Ms R Clark (a1.5)
3 s138 CHAROSSA 4
J Holder
4 4343 MARINA t 5
S Fawke
5 s208 IAMTHEKEY w 9
SCRATCHED
6 0s35 GRUMPY GURU tcw 6
T Pannell
7 4273 WILLOCHRA t 7
D Tourneur
8 4720 SUPERVELOCE w 8
Ms K Crowther (a3)
9 2665 EQUIDAME w 2
C Caserta (a2)
CANFORD 1, Charossa 2, Table Of Wisdom 3, Willochra 4.
RACE 5 Terrace Function Ctr
59
58.5
57
56.5
55.5
55
54
54
54
*2.40
8.00
3.40
10.00
—
14.00
7.50
23.00
18.00
1100m 5.31 Q1
$30,000. 3yo Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
9 BROTHERHOOD OF MAN 5 Ms K Crowther (a3)
7222 COUNTER DRIVE 4
SCRATCHED
63s5 EXALTED TRAIL 3
J Potter
8 RAISE A SHOW 1
J Lorensini
3332 CHARMIST 10
J Holder
4s6s LA VITA 8
Ms A Jordsjo (a2)
6820 LEONARDA 6
Ms K Bishop
NORMAN PRINCESS 11 T Pannell
53 NOW AND FOREVER 12 C Caserta (a2)
730 SHINING BRIGHTLY 7
A K Chan (a2)
6 SOPHINA DIVA 13
SCRATCHED
43s2 VIETTI b 2
Ms J Kah
Emergency
6 ABBI FEDE 9
S Fawke
13
VIETTI 1, Exalted Trail 2, Now And Forever 3, La Vita 4.
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
81.00
—
9.50
61.00
5.50
9.00
61.00
19.00
6.00
26.00
—
*1.70
57.5 61.00
CRANBOURNE RACES tonight
• ON SKY RACING 1
RACE 5 70th Gerry Guppy 1200m 5.45 DD1 Q2
1 47s6 READY FOR LOVE bh 7 D Browne
58.5 15.00
2 2s72 ANGEL DANE d 3
G Geran
58
5.00
3 214s DRUMADOIR t 11
L V Cassidy
57.5 11.00
57.5 6.00
4 4s73 TOUJOURS L’AMOUR w 4 B Nothdurft (a)
5 251s JUSTDINI 2
J Orman
56.5 *4.60
56.5 5.00
6
1 MORE THAN DUE twh 10 Ron Stewart
7 0s14 ONLY EVER ANNIE tn 9 R Wiggins
56.5 9.00
8 1856 BLACKBERRY 8
M Hellyer
55 34.00
9 604s I’M JUST PINK twhn 5
Ms T Harrison
55 13.00
10 4371 RELIABLE LASS cn 1
Justin P Stanley
55
8.00
Ms T Williams (a1.5) 54.5 101.00
11 8s30 SONA DANCER w 12
12 9s78 INDY SHOWGIRL twh 6 Ms S Lacy (a)
54 67.00
JUSTDINI 1, Angel Dane 2, More Than Due 3, Toujours L’amour 4.
RACE 6 Access Insulation
1200m 6.23 Q3
$21,000. C,H&Gs Class 1. Apprentices can claim.
1 2721 TOO HARD TO RATTLE cn 1 M R Du Plessis
59
4.60
2 7s21 REGIMENTAL FORCE 10
58.5 *4.00
3 77s4 BEZZINA w 3
B Stewart
58
6.00
4 s16s COACH 5
Ron Stewart
57.5 6.00
5 7s15 JULE’S SPIRIT tw 8
J Orman
57 13.00
56.5 34.00
6 36s7 I DREAM OF GREEN dbh 7 M Hellyer
7 71s5 REAL ESTATE 2
R Wiggins
56.5 13.00
8 331s CEDAR RAPIDS 9
Ms T Harrison
56 15.00
9 45s4 TEYSSIER t 6
L Tarrant
56
9.00
10 25s3 WAKE UP VICTA th 12
D Smith
55
11.00
11 1472 TORQUATO TASSO db 11
54 21.00
12 688s ASCOT BOUND cwn 4
M Milford
54 101.00
REGIMENTAL FORCE 1, Too Hard To Rattle 2, Coach 3, Bezzina 4.
RACE 7 Oaks Hotels & Resorts 1400m 6.53 DD2 Q4
$21,000. Benchmark 60. Apprentices can claim.
1 s683 TYCOON FLUTTER d 2
D Browne
2 4345 WHODUNNIT c 10
B Stewart
3 8s87 KEEP ON ROCKING tcdwh 14 N Fazackerley (a3)
4 6s81 KOTA FLYER wh 6
A Sewell
5 49s8 BOBBY BE GOOD tcwn 1 M Gray
6 4175 HEAVENLY ARCHER tw 13 T Marshall
Ms S Sweeney (a1.5)
7 6366 CANNY EXCEL t 3
8 6198 KURUMBA tn 12
9 666s SHRAPELLI dw 5
M Hellyer
10 270P HENRY’S ON COURSE dwb 9 P Romeo
11 14s7 HOT SOCK c 8
D Smith
J Guthmann-Chester (a)
12 s410 LA PULGA 7
13 4062 GET ON tcdwhn 4
N Thomas
14 7725 KOPELLA 11
M Murphy (a)
WHODUNNIT 1, Tycoon Flutter 2, Shrapelli 3, Kota Flyer 4.
59
5.50
59 *4.20
58.5 15.00
58
7.00
57.5 101.00
57.5 11.00
57 13.00
57 34.00
56.5 5.50
56 101.00
56 26.00
56 21.00
55
7.00
54.5 13.00
LEGEND
Tips by Greg Spletter
TAB CODE: AR
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
1 5s23 BIANCO NUOVO b 5
J Benbow
58.5 *$2.20
2 9s45 GO PRO 10
R Bayliss
58.5 6.00
3
3 PANDORA’S TYCOON h 3 H Grace (a2)
58.5 12.00
4 3s44 THE BALD EAGLE 9
D Dunn
58.5 5.00
5
5 AT DUSK 8
M Walker
57
8.00
6 s847 DESERT RAIN 2
D Stackhouse
57 15.00
7
8 WHIPSTAR 6
J Noonan
57 50.00
8 548s HAVANA DEEJAY h 1
Ms N Beriman
56.5 12.00
9
READY FLIGHT h 4
B Mertens
56.5 18.00
10 95s2 SOLAR PANEL h 7
C Douglas
56.5 20.00
BIANCO NUOVO 1, Pandora’s Tycoon 2, The Bald Eagle 3, Solar Panel 4.
RACE 2 Procon Developments 1400m 7.00 EQ2
$35,000. 3yo Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
1
9s ARIZONA RANCH 8
J Noonan
2 848 BASIL 2
M Walker
3 8s8 BEAU MEC 10
J Martin (a)
4 40s2 ROSSA’S REWARD h 6 C Douglas
5
3s SPYCRAFT 7
B Allen (a)
6
4 TWILIGHT RUN h 1
J Benbow
7
0s WEAPON OF CHOICE 5 L Currie
8
INSTRUMENTS 4
D Dunn
9 67s2 LA BELVA 9
J Bowditch
10
LUNAR FLARE 3
R Bayliss
SPYCRAFT 1, Rossa’s Reward 2, La Belva 3, Basil 4.
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
56
56
56
5.00
*3.50
20.00
7.00
7.00
18.00
20.00
8.00
7.50
8.00
RACE 3 mypunter.com Plate 1300m 7.30 EQ3
$35,000. 3yo & up F&M Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
s430 CICERONI h 11
SCRATCHED
4474 EDGE OF THE EAVES h 12 Ms J Da Rose
60s3 MESSIKA 7
B Allen (a)
40s9 MISS VIGILANTE 8
J Martin (a)
5504 PARIS GEM 16
SCRATCHED
3435 THIN GREEN LINE h 14 SCRATCHED
45 WHISKEY QUEEN 1
M Walker
s035 FANTIZZY GIRL 15
SCRATCHED
6 IMPERIAL DAWN 4
C Douglas
IT’S SEMI SWEET h 3
J Benbow
3 PERNILLA h 9
Ms N Beriman
5s3 TRUNFIO 6
J Winks
Emergencies
13 6s5 DASHINGDARIA 2
K Forrester
D Dunn
14 66s POPOVA h 10
15 870s EVENING SPIRIT h 5
SCRATCHED
16 90s6 RETURN THE FAVOUR 13
PERNILLA 1, Trunfio 2, Whiskey Queen 3, Imperial Dawn 4.
1100m 6.10 DD1 Q2
1 s669 AADELAD w 6
Ms R Clark (a1.5)
59 16.00
6.00
2 109s BALWARRA GOLD cwh 3 Ms K Crowther (a3) 59
3 s221 OVER AND ABOVE t 2
C Caserta (a2)
59 *3.30
4 3421 STREET LIFE 8
T Pannell
59
8.00
5 9s11 ALASKAN JADE cdwh 5 J Holder
57.5 8.50
6 5s75 COMFORTABLE c 1
SCRATCHED
57
—
7 1955 DOMINATION b 7
Ms J Kah
57
4.60
8 4618 FRANCE’S BOY cw 4
S Fawke
56 19.00
9 s214 KABINI 9
J Toeroek
56
4.80
OVER AND ABOVE 1, Kabini 2, Street Life 3, Balwarra Gold 4.
2100m 6.45
1 24s4 ABOUT TIME BILL h 1
B Mertens
2
32 LOFTY HEIGHTS b 8
P Moloney
3 7333 WESTHAM 7
SCRATCHED
4
42 SOUTHERN YANKEE h 4 J Winks
5 5077 BOMBAY BULLET 3
T Nugent (a1.5)
6 5549 MISSISSIPPI GRACE 6 C Douglas
7 776s THEE QUEEN BEE h 9
SCRATCHED
8 60 BINT CHEROKEE 5
M Walker
9 s742 MISS FRANCE 2
D Dunn
LOFTY HEIGHTS 1, Miss France 2, Southern Yankee 3,
Mississippi Grace 4.
RACE 6
$45,000. Benchmark 75. Apprentices can claim.
RACE 7 Sanders Fodder
1500m 6.30 EQ1
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
—
10.00
10.00
41.00
—
—
5.00
—
10.00
21.00
8.00
*2.80
56.5 18.00
58
4.80
56.5
—
58 41.00
Q3
1 4755 SOARING HIGH tcw 12
Ms R Clark (a1.5)
60 17.00
58.5 15.00
2 4434 EXALTED CRAFTSMAN cw 8 S Cahill
3 1213 BRONSKI wb 11
SCRATCHED
57.5
—
5.50
4 6214 DOUBLE YOU TEE dwn 10 Ms K Crowther (a3) 57
5 3233 EL DESPERADO t 6
J Toeroek
56.5 6.00
6 s361 GOOD IDEA dw 13
D Caboche (a2)
56 *3.50
7 3123 BUSKER’S BALLAD wb 5 Ms J Kah
54.5 7.00
8 1612 SET TO CRUISE tw 7
T Pannell
54.5 6.00
54 41.00
9 7315 HENRY THE DOLPHIN w 3 S Fawke
10 8763 MARMAN n 9
C Caserta (a2)
54 81.00
11 4652 EPERDUMENT 4
J Potter
54 15.00
12 9313 ALL WELL wb 1
SCRATCHED
54
—
13 2317 LAST ONE NAMED w 2 A K Chan (a2)
54 81.00
GOOD IDEA 1, Busker’s Ballad 2, Exalted Craftsman 3, El Desperado 4.
RACE 8 Holdfast Insurance 1200m 7.20 DD2 Q4
$30,000. Benchmark 64. Apprentices can claim.
1 s005 COCKLES 6
C Caserta (a2)
60 31.00
2 s443 COUNTER SPIN cdw 10 Ms R Clark (a1.5)
60
8.50
3 1416 TRIPLE DEEZ cd 7
Ms K Crowther (a3) 59.5 9.50
4 65s3 VALLIANO d 2
D Caboche (a2)
59.5 10.00
5 s715 PRETIOSA cw 8
A K Chan (a2)
59 19.00
6 s8s5 TURF TAPPER w 3
Ms K Bishop
58.5 61.00
7 3222 TWO ODD SOX t 11
J Holder
57.5 7.00
8 1451 ZAGATO STAR tcw 1
D Tourneur
56
7.00
9 4s13 OUR BENEVENTO b 9
J Toeroek
55.5 5.50
10 7422 SHALL WE HOPE cb 12 SCRATCHED
55.5
—
54 *2.80
11 27s1 ENOUGH SWAGGER cw 5 Ms J Kah
12 4255 GOUGERS dw 4
54 23.00
ENOUGH SWAGGER 1, Valliano 2, Two Odd Sox 3, Counter Spin 4.
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 1840m. STRAIGHT: 300m. DIRECTION: Anti-clockwise. LEADING JOCKEY (with rides):
Jamie Kah (32 wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER
(with runners): Tony McEvoy (17 wins past 12 mths).
FAVS RECORD (past 3 yrs): 32.31% Win 34.56% place.
BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1100m (1)-19wins. TRAINER
CHANGES: Nil.
9.00
(1300m)
1. HERECOMESMYBABY (Richard Laming) 5m By
Sakhee’s Secret (GB) - Herecomesthecat (5:2-1-1):
Slowly away when 9½ len last of 10 (1) $3.70 57.0
Bettyrae Ruby 1422m Sale 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Soft(5)
Aug 1. Resuming. Meeting easier opposition here.
Include among the better chances.
2. QUEEN GORGO (Mark C Webb) 7m By Domesday Queen Of Sparta (35:4-3-2): Vetted - no abnormalities,
trial to steward’s satisfaction when 49½ len last of 10
(4) $13.00 56.0 Last Light 1800m Gold Coast (Bm65)
Good(4) Nov 17. Returning from let-up. Failed to make
an impression at Gold Coast last start. Good win two
starts back at Sunshine Coast. Place appeal only.
3. CATARACTA (C Maher & D Eustace) 4m By
Niagara - Precious Maree (NZ) (3:1-1-0): On return
from break finished 4¼ len 6th of 8 (5) $5.50 56.5
Miss Norway 1000m Sandown-Hillside 4yo+ M
(Bm70) Good(3) Dec 12. Freshened. Average effort
in stronger class at Sandown-Hillside first-up. Down
in class. Drawn to effect. Keep in mind.
4. LUCKY CAT (T Rogers) 4m By Star Witness Casual Friday (7:1-1-2): Attacked the line lg nk 2nd
of 8 (5) $6.50 56.5 Wazzenme 1200m Mornington
Hcp (C1) Soft(5) Dec 18. Charged home to just miss
first-up. Strips fitter. Can play a role.
5. RIVER JEWEL (D K Weir) 4m By Snitzel - River
Tribe (16:1-2-3): Wide throughout when 2¼ len 4th
of 12 (8) $3.70F 56.5 Amschel 1300m Cranbourne
(Bm64) Soft(6) Dec 15. Consistent of late. Fair effort
without threatening here last outing. Strong claims.
6. DAME VASSA (J F Moloney) 5m By Equiano (FR) Portline (24:3-2-2): Slowly away when 3 len 2nd of 8 (2)
$12.00 57.5 Zoophoria 1400m Sale 3yo+ F&M (Bm64)
Good(3) Dec 23. Ran home well to fill the minors at Sale
last time out. Drawn well. Each-way chance.
7. ASHRAMA (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 3f By
Darci Brahma (NZ) - Bonaichi (6:1-1-1): Slowly away
when 1¾ len 5th of 9 (6) $4.00 56.0 First Watch
1200m Yarra Glen (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 21. Gave a
good sight at Yarra Glen first-up. Fitter. Keep safe.
8. LARDIE LASS (John R Allen) 8m By Bramshaw
- Rozsika (58:8-10-5): Beaten but not disgraced
when 3½ len 7th of 10 (6) $31.00 57.5 Cosmic Ruby
1110m Werribee 3yo+ F&M (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 24.
SCRATCHED
9. LESEDI (R E Laing) 3f By Polanski - Diamond
Broker (8:1-0-2): Struck interference at start when
hd win of 8 (4) $2.35F 65.5 Hurricaine, Moderna’s
Arrow 2045m Mornington 3yo+ Mdn Hwt Good(4)
Nov 19. Back from a let-up. Gritty on-pace victory
at short odds at Mornington last start. Good draw.
Can’t be taken lightly.
RACE 7
9.30
(1000m)
1. KYZAMBA (Jim Cerchi Jnr) 6m By Redente Kelkyla (13:4-2-0): Balanced up midfield when firstup 2¼ len 8th of 11 (3) $81.00 54.0 Order Of Command 1000m F’ton (Bm84) Good(4) Dec 22. Battled
on fairly at Flemington first-up. Drops in grade. Has
an impressive second-up record. Loves this track/
distance. Worth some thought.
2. PLEASANT (T Busuttin & N Young) 6g By Snitzel
- Dream Beauty (8:2-1-3): Jumped awkwardly, laid
out in straight when ¾ len, ½ nk 3rd of 9 (1) $2.30F
60.0 Sir Kalahad, Coral Rose 1100m Sale (Bm64)
Good(3) Dec 23. Consistent gelding. Solid on-pace
performance at Sale first-up. Will only be fitter.
Worth including.
3. KAPARA (Ms M Croston) 5g By Kaphero - Arcamah
(25:4-2-1): Tried hard when sht ½ hd, 1¾ len 3rd of 8
(2) $21.00 58.0 Never Again, Sunquest 1200m M Valley (Bm64) Soft(7) Dec 21. On pace and boxed on to
fill the minors at Moonee Valley last outing. Can figure.
58.5
58.5
58.5
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
55
55
8.00
*1.80
—
8.00
25.00
15.00
—
18.00
5.00
RACE 5 NZB Karaka 2019
10.00
1600m 8.30 Q1
$35,000. Class 1. Apprentices can claim.
1 0s08 PISSARO d 3
H Grace (a2)
61 12.00
2 1s22 COME ON CARL w 5
R Bayliss
58.5 *3.20
3 8134 ROLLING MOSS w 4
L Currie
58.5 8.00
58
5.00
4 2323 HERE COMES LENNI bh 8 B Allen (a)
5 L521 TAIKUN WARRIOR w 1 D Dunn
57.5 4.00
6 9339 KAIMU 6
M Walker
55
6.00
7 60s9 STEP ON IT dhn 2
P Moloney
55 14.00
8 5788 JINGLES h 7
Martin Seidl
55 25.00
COME ON CARL 1, Taikun Warrior 2, Here Comes Lenni 3, Kaimu 4.
RACE 6 Mercedes-Benz
1300m 9.00 DD1 Q2
$35,000. 3yo & up F&M Benchmark 64. Apprentices can claim.
1 2s0s HERECOMESMYBABY dhn 6 T Nugent (a1.5)
2 0010 QUEEN GORGO hn 4
Ms R Mangan
3 21s6 CATARACTA w 2
R Bayliss
4 49s2 LUCKY CAT h 5
Ms C Hall (a)
5 6324 RIVER JEWEL dwb 9
B Allen (a)
6 s1D2 DAME VASSA 3
M Walker
7 19s5 ASHRAMA 7
D Dunn
8 3247 LARDIE LASS wh 8
SCRATCHED
9 3301 LESEDI 1
B Mertens
CATARACTA 1, River Jewel 2, Lucky Cat 3, Dame Vassa 4.
RACE 7 Core Protective Group
61.5
59.5
59
59
58.5
57.5
57
57
55.5
*3.50
17.00
6.00
8.00
4.00
10.00
12.00
—
6.00
1000m 9.30 Q3
$35,000. Benchmark 64. Apprentices can claim.
1 67s8 KYZAMBA cdwhn 8
T Germaine (a3)
62
7.00
2 30s3 PLEASANT wbhn 9
T Nugent (a1.5)
61.5 5.50
3 2843 KAPARA dw 6
J Martin (a)
60 12.00
4 2912 LEFT JAYBEE OUT w 5
Ms M Claridge (a3) 60 *4.80
5 17s COACHES AWARD dhn 1 Ms N Beriman
59.5 7.50
59.5 5.50
6 126s UNLIMITED ABILITY dwbh 4 D Dunn
59
—
7 7317 EMPEROR’S CHARIOT dh 10 SCRATCHED
8 1626 GUESS AGAIN 11
B Allen (a)
58
8.00
9 220s MOSSBELLE bh 7
B Mertens
58 12.00
10 5s0s MESSERSCHMITT 2
C Douglas
57.5 15.00
11 9606 OUR TURN wh 3
Ms R Mangan
55 20.00
PLEASANT 1, Messerschmitt 2, Left Jaybee Out 3, Unlimited Ability 4.
1200m10.00 DD2 Q4
$35,000. Benchmark 64. Apprentices can claim.
1 100s GANGSTAR’S CURSE tcwn 3 Ms M Claridge (a3)
2 s616 BOLD MISSILE dwb 9
SCRATCHED
3 90s5 LAUCHETTI d 6
SCRATCHED
4 8s5s SNIPES tdn 8
L Currie
5
18 PHAISTOS d 2
D Dunn
6 57s6 RAJA AMPAT d 1
P Moloney
7 8s04 RIVERDANCE LAD cdwhn 11 R Bayliss
8 s5s2 OUR AUDREY tn 5
SCRATCHED
9 0973 ZAMPERINI dwh 10
T Nugent (a1.5)
10 592s BASANITE 4
K Forrester
11 60s3 LOKITIN twhn 7
Ms R Mangan
PHAISTOS 1, Snipes 2, Basanite 3, Gangstar’s Curse 4.
4. LEFT JAYBEE OUT (M Cornish & Ms D Gaskin)
5m By Captain Gerrard (IR) - Thelnor (21:4-4-3):
Kept fighting when sht ½ hd 2nd of 11 (1) $6.50 56.5
Our Gladiator 1000m C’field (Bm64) Good(3) Dec
19. Honest customer. Prominent and showed plenty
of fight at Caulfield last time out. Easier here. Looks
one of the main chances.
5. COACHES AWARD (G Eurell) 4g By Reward For
Effort - Poniard (2:1-0-0): Vetted - no abnormalities
when 14¼ len 7th of 8 (7) $4.20 55.5 Aspect 1300m
Morphettville Parks 3yo (Bm70) Good(4) June 9.
Strips fitter for 6th Lealta 900m Stony Creek barrier
trial Good(4) Dec 11. First-up. Nice gate. Among the
dangers.
6. UNLIMITED ABILITY (K M Keys) 4g By Equiano (FR) - Unlimited Passage (3:1-1-0): Inquiry into
performance, vetted - no abnormalities when 4¼
len 6th of 9 (7) $1.85F 59.5 Sundarbans 1200m
Ballarat (Bm64) Good(4) Sept 5. Resuming. Won in
Mdn company at Moe first-up last campaign. Freerunning. Expect will be prominent from the decent
draw. Should be competitive.
7. EMPEROR’S CHARIOT (R J Besanko) 9g By Holy
Roman Emperor (IR) - Gunda Bella (US) (64:9-7-10):
Sound when 1½ len 7th of 11 (11) $16.00 59.0 Wallace
Street 1100m Seymour (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 20.
SCRATCHED
8. GUESS AGAIN (Luke Oliver) 4m By So You
Think (NZ) - Danehill Princess (11:2-3-1): Fair effort
in 2½ len 6th of 9 (2) $9.00 57.5 Immaculate Secret
1200m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 7.
Freshened. Far from disgraced at Moonee Valley last
start. Keep in mind.
9. MOSSBELLE (R D Griffiths) 5m By Mossman Belle’s Best (12:2-3-2): Jumped awkwardly, stewards
queried run, vetted - no abnormalities when 9 len
last of 10 (8) $3.00F 58.5 Big Reel 1107m Geelong
(Bm64) Soft(5) May 27. First-up. Not the roughest.
10. MESSERSCHMITT (Anthony Freedman) 3c By All
Too Hard - Night War (4:1-0-0): Blocked for a run near
400m, vetted - no abnormalities, inquiry into performance when 5½ len last of 11 (7) $6.50 57.0 Indernile
1113m Sale (Bm64) Good(4) Aug 16. Since registered
hd 2nd Templar 800m Cranbourne Training barrier
trial Heavy(8) Sept 3. Resuming. Only a place chance.
11. OUR TURN (Mark C Webb) 7m By Any Given
Saturday (US) - Kirbs (37:3-3-0): Overraced early,
middle stages when 6½ len 6th of 11 (10) $13.00 57.0
Light On Ice 1200m Moe 3yo+ F&M (Bm58) Soft(6)
Dec 14. Just battled home in weaker class at Moe last
outing. Place makes best appeal.
RACE 8
Tips by Chris Vernuccio
TAB CODE: MR
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 from the 1600m to the
1000m, then out 3m for the remainder.
RACE 8 TAB Multiplier
$35,000. 3yo & up Maiden SW. 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.
RACE 6 Ausbia Electrical
RACE 1 OBrien Real Estate
$35,000. 3yo & up Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
RACE 4 gavelhouse.com Plate 2025m 8.00 EQ4
$35,000. Benchmark 70. Apprentices can claim.
$45,000. Benchmark 86. Apprentices can claim.
RACE 4 Kingsford Hotel
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: BR
$21,000. F&M Class 1. Apprentices can claim.
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1. GANGSTAR’S CURSE (Peter Smith) 7g By Redente
- Double Voodoo (20:4-6-0): Showed pace when 3¾
len 10th of 15 (10) $21.00 52.0 Cash Crisis 1175m Albury
Open Hcp Good(3) Mar 23. Well beaten 6¼ len 10th of
11 (11) $8.50 53.5 Heza Thief 1000m Wagga Open Hcp
Good(3) April 24. Since recorded 13½ len 4th Ruark
900m Albury barrier trial Soft(7) May 30. First-up.
Saluted at Wagga first-up last time in. Has had success
at this track. Decent alley. Can play a role.
2. BOLD MISSILE (Henry Dwyer) 4g By Smart Missile - Songs Of Vienna (7:2-0-0): Blocked for a run on
straightening when len win of 7 (2) $7.50 58.5 Equus
D’Oro, Mutual Respect 1200m Kilmore Hcp (C1)
Soft(6) Nov 2. Overraced early stages, eased near
800m, blocked for a run in straight when 1¾ len
6th of 10 (3) $6.00 60.0 Australian Design 1200m
Kilmore (Bm64) Soft(5) Nov 25. SCRATCHED
62
60
60
59.5
58
58
58
56.5
55.5
55
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4.00
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—
6.00
*2.50
14.00
11.00
—
13.00
8.00
16.00
3. LAUCHETTI (P A Healey) 6g By Equiano (FR) Join The Dance (NZ) (23:4-3-2): Jumped awkwardly
when 7¾ len 11th of 15 (4) $19.00 61.5 Tahi 1200m
Sale (Bm64) Soft(6) July 1. Stewards queried run,
poor post-race recovery when 3¾ len 5th of 7 (4)
$6.50 57.5 Makahu Boy 1100m Werribee (Bm70)
Good(4) Dec 9. SCRATCHED
4. SNIPES (Brent Stanley) 5g By Lonhro - Assertive
Guest (10:2-1-2): Slowly away, wide throughout
when 7¼ len 8th of 12 (8) $41.00 60.5 Holy Command 1300m Cranbourne (Bm64) Heavy(8) May
18. Jumped awkwardly, laid in in straight when 8¼
len 5th of 10 (2) $11.00 60.0 Yulong January 1300m
Swan Hill (Bm64) Good(4) Sept 14. Resuming. Eachway chance.
5. PHAISTOS (James Cummings) 3c By Helmet Latona (GB) (2:1-0-0): Shifted in at start, laid in in
straight when ¾ len win of 9 (9) $3.60F 58.0 Ordell,
Maikenhay 1200m Kyneton 3yo Mdn Good(3) Dec
6. Hampered near 600m, vetted - no abnormalities when 3¾ len 8th of 13 (13) $5.00 56.5 Poised To
Strike 1200m F’ton 3yo (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 22. Fair
effort without threatening at Flemington at latest.
Will find this a bit easier. Good gate. Rates highly.
6. RAJA AMPAT (J F Moloney) 5g By Rothesay Zilzie (NZ) (29:4-3-5): Not flash in 4¾ len 7th of 10
(9) $19.00 59.0 Little Bita Spunk 1422m Sale (Bm64)
Soft(5) Aug 1. Resumed with 3½ len 6th of 9 (8)
$41.00 58.5 Sir Kalahad 1100m Sale (Bm64) Good(3)
Dec 23. Ran home respectably at Sale first-up. Could
sneak a place at odds.
7. RIVERDANCE LAD (R D Griffiths) 5g By Master
Of Design - Waltzing Lily (16:2-6-2): Vetted - no abnormalities, rider told to use more care when 5 len
10th of 11 (8) $16.00 57.5 Cash Affair 1100m Bendigo
(Bm64) Good(4) Nov 27. Didn’t offer much when
4¼ len 4th of 7 (4) $13.00 58.5 Delvecchio 1200m
Cranbourne (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 28. Coming off a
modest run in same company here last start. Drawn
poorly. Rough chance for minors.
8. OUR AUDREY (Adam McCabe) 6m By O’Lonhro
- Celtic Bond (7:1-1-1): First-up finished 4¼ len 5th of
7 (2) $10.00 57.0 Fifth Amendment 1000m Cranbourne (Bm64) Good(3) Sept 19. On return from
break finished ¾ len 2nd of 6 (3) $9.50 59.5 Ellehcim
1200m Mornington 3yo+ F&M Hcp-C1 Good(3) Dec
27. SCRATCHED
9. ZAMPERINI (Matthew Brown) 7m By Reset
- Ginspiel (40:3-7-5): Kept trying 3½ len 7th of 9
(2) $41.00 53.0 Non Paear 955m M Valley (Bm64)
Good(3) Dec 7. Battled away gamely hd, 1¼ len
3rd of 9 (2) $15.00 55.5 First Watch, Kobe Princess
1200m Yarra Glen (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 21. No match
for winner but kept on for the minor spoils at Yarra
Glen last outing. Badly drawn. Place appeal only.
10. BASANITE (R E Laing) 4g By Fastnet Rock Sidereus Nuncius (14:1-2-0): Failed to fire 7¼ len 9th
of 10 (5) $12.00 57.0 Argyle Belle 2020m Mornington (Bm58) Good(3) April 1. Made up late ground
for ¾ len 2nd of 8 (2) $5.00 56.0 Beach God 2200m
Racing.Com Park Syn (Bm58) Synthetic April 15.
First-up. Can figure.
11. LOKITIN (Mark C Webb) 7g By Magnus - Forest
Baby (40:3-2-4): Ridden on the speed 11¾ len last
of 13 (1) $21.00 59.0 Hunter Caulfield 1400m Townsville Plate (C3) Good(4) July 28. Hung out throughout, checked near 400m when ½ nk, ½ len 3rd of
11 (7) $31.00 55.5 Blues Your Ball, Camila Lucinda
1000m Moe (Bm58) Soft(6) Dec 14. Finished solidly
to place at long odds at Moe first-up. Outside chance
for multiples.
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RACE 6 TAB Pace
3yo 3C0 Only RBD Mobile. $6310.
RACE 2 Pot Of Gold
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
*$2.80
21.00
26.00
*2.80
34.00
4.00
26.00
34.00
5.00
1660m 1.08 EQ2
1 82571 IFYOUBELIEVE
P J McMullen Fr 15.00
2 153s1 CHERRYS THE BEST
G W Dixon
Fr *3.00
3 42524 ARK TEAMO
T Dixon
Fr 4.50
4 40184 HEADWIN
T R Moffat
Fr 17.00
A F J Sanderson Fr *3.00
5 161s2 MACHITELLI
6 6149s DATSGOOD
N M Dawson
Fr 6.00
7 76226 MONTANA EXPRESS (RODM) G P Whitaker Fr 11.00
8 8479s MINION GIRL
C A Turpin
Fr 26.00
9 10s7 MISS BLUE GLORY
H L Barnes
Fr 4.00
CHERRYS THE BEST 1, Ifyoubelieve 2, Machitelli 3, Miss Blue Glory 4.
RACE 3 Garrards Here On Track 2138m 1.39 EQ3
Trotters T0 To T2 RBD Stand. $6420.
1 40932 SCHIPPERS
A P Richardson Fr
2 28786 MAJESTIC WHIZ
K L Crone
Fr
3 77s08 SOH TWISTED
C K Sneddon Fr
4 91524 BOURBONONTHEROCKS F E Bennett
Fr
5 74606 IMA CALVERT ROSE
N G Parrish
Fr
Fr
6 086s0 MY PRECIOUS YANKEE (ODS) D R Lee
7 91405 HONEY PLEASE (ODS)
J D Cremin
Fr
8 62419 NORAHS FLING
B W Barnes
10
9 23799 SOMEDASH
D W Graham
10
10 637s6 HIGH CLOUD LASS
D L Smith
10
11 55477 DAY TOURER
M J Elkins (C) 10
12 38752 GO AHEAD MAKEMYDAY (RODS) G P Whitaker 10
13 s3025 GALAXY HUNTER (RODS) S J Doherty
10
14 77688 MISS INVASION (RODS)
N M Dawson
10
MISS INVASION 1, Galaxy Hunter 2, Somedash 3, Schippers 4.
12.00
34.00
67.00
4.80
41.00
34.00
*4.00
4.50
11.00
12.00
26.00
7.00
12.00
11.00
1660m 2.19 EQ4
3yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile Heat. $4500.
1 115s0 REGAL ROCK
A F J Sanderson Fr
2 8s412 GODDESS JUJON
G W Dixon
Fr
3 3721s ROCKNROLL CLASSIC
D M McMullen Fr
4 32353 TORQUE FEELS GOOD
C A Turpin
Fr
5 44357 PARAVANI
P J McMullen Fr
6 3672 ACE MONTANA
D W Graham
Fr
A P Richardson Fr
7 3s217 LEFT A TERROR
8 5s385 ARK PATROL
T Dixon
Fr
9 23s71 HIPSTAR
J D Cremin
Fr
PARAVANI 1, Rocknroll Classic 2, Regal Rock 3, Left A Terror 4.
4.50
*3.50
5.00
34.00
8.00
9.00
4.00
11.00
10.00
RACE 5 Hurrikane Kingcole 1660m 3.02 DD1 Q1
C1 To C2 PBD Mobile. $6310.
1 s20s1 MORROCH BAY
P J McMullen
2 09913 VILLAGE CRUISER
S J Doherty
3 14552 WEE JIMMY
H L Barnes
4 11311 MONTANA CHIEF
D W Graham
5 49123 UNDERTHEKILT
J D Cremin
6 73357 OASIS DREAM
M A Dux (C)
7 88214 COAST WARNING
L T Cain (C)
8 6442r OUR MEMPHIS MAC
K L Dawson
9 14300 OOZINVILLE
N M Dawson
A P Richardson
10 82451 JOHNNYCAKE
11 11216 PACIFIC DRUMS
B W Barnes
12 68250 FLASH UNDER FIRE
N J McMullen
MORROCH BAY 1, Montana Chief 2, Pacific Drums 3,
Our Memphis Mac 4.
1 66572 CHRISTIAN TORADO
G W Dixon
Fr 7.00
2 64905 SHEZABONNYGEM
T Dixon
Fr 34.00
3 20788 RAESAWINNER
G P Whitaker Fr 34.00
4 95423 STIRLING WILLIAM
N M Dawson
Fr 6.00
5 69120 CLASSY GUY
D M McMullen Fr 17.00
6 31264 COMPLY OR DIE
N J McMullen Fr *3.00
7 86322 OUR MELS DREAM
B W Barnes
Fr 3.50
8 39136 RORY MACH
D W Graham
Fr 17.00
9 21264 EXCEPTIONAL MACH
P J McMullen Fr 3.80
10 23995 REDDY FIRE
P Matis
Fr 13.00
11 87650 SURFACE TO AIR (ODM)
M J Elkins (C) Fr 51.00
STIRLING WILLIAM 1, Comply Or Die 2, Rory Mach 3, Our Mels Dream 4.
RACE 7 Prydes Easifeed
2138m 4.12 DD2 Q3
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
*2.50
21.00
34.00
4.00
26.00
17.00
26.00
9.00
34.00
21.00
3.50
26.00
1 13878 MOTU REAL STYLE
D M McMullen Fr 21.00
2 64862 ROLLING ALONG
HJ C Wallace Fr 3.80
3 32565 GOT THE GOODS
T J Dawson
Fr 9.00
4 21457 ARBIT MAJOR
N M Dawson
Fr 11.00
5 s6675 HE GETS IT
G P Whitaker Fr 13.00
6 86447 MISSINMEMATE
D W Graham
Fr *3.50
A F J Sanderson Fr 21.00
7 70470 STEVIE DEE
8 66897 PLATINUM ART
HR W Maguire Fr 51.00
9 69666 BRONZE ECSTASY
H L Barnes
Fr 51.00
HJ S Colley-Presnell Fr *3.50
10 5354r OHOKA COOPER
11 65870 SPLASH OF GOLD
G W Dixon
Fr 21.00
P J McMullen Fr 7.00
12 38899 GOOD BOY OLIVER (ODM)
GOT THE GOODS 1, Motu Real Style 2, He Gets It 3, Platinum Art 4.
RACE 8 Sky Racing Pace
2138m 4.47
1 3YO Pace
1680m 4.38 EQ1
1 3s4 KARALTA MOONDANCE Fr J H Walters
$7
2 7 EL JAYS BLU Fr
C A Viney
26
3 s32 JUNIPER Fr
T E Rattray
9
4 22s BLOSSOM GRANT Fr
M Yole
8
5 44s JARDEE Fr
R L Duggan
21
6 53r NIKKS PICK Fr
T K McDonald (C)21
7 416 MAJOR DAVVIN Fr
G W Rattray
11
8 441 JOANKAY Fr
R L Hillier
5
9 223 OUR WONDER WOMAN Fr R J Hadley
*3
OUR WONDER WOMAN 1,
Karalta Moondance 2, Blossom Grant 3,
Juniper 4.
2 Pace
2200m 5.17 EQ2
1 817 LONG AGO Fr
HH Van Dongen16
2 531 BUSTED Fr
T A Hillier
5
3 894 DRIFTING AWAY Fr
HS Gangell 34
4 072 FEELIN DUSTY Fr
R L Duggan
4
5 51r COURAGEOUS KATEE Fr R L Hillier
6
6 533 SPOT EIGHT Fr
HC V Castles 13
7 93s CAMPAIGN DRIVE Fr
T E Rattray
26
8 676 PUSHKIN Fr
34
9 894 METRO MOUSE Fr
HT K McDonald16
10 271 SEA DOUBLE UGRANT Fr M Yole
*3
11 949 EL JAYS MYSTERY Fr
R L Hillier
5
12 947 NICKYS LOGIC Fr
R J Hadley
21
13 0r6 READY TO FIRE Fr
C T Crook (C) 13
FEELIN DUSTY 1, Sea Double Ugrant 2,
Busted 3, Drifting Away 4.
3 Pace
1680m 5.55 EQ3
1 s00 JETCRAFT Fr
HC T Crook 34
2 s06 EL JAYS MONET Fr
R L Hillier
26
3 121 SECLUDED BEACH Fr
R J Hadley *1.4
4 9s5 MISTER MAGIC MAN Fr H Van Dongen (C)9
5 773 TEN CRYSTALS Fr
N J Emery
26
6 463 HOLME ON THE BAYOU Fr J H Walters
11
7 778 COUNTDOWN Fr
HT K McDonald34
8 477 ANOTHER SWINGER Fr G W Rattray 26
9 070 MONARKMAC Fr
M Yole
26
10 30r OFFTHETOPOFMYHEAD Fr P A Ashwood 6
11 558 PERFECT MACH Fr
S Gangell (C) 26
12 944 JEANS MATTJESTY Fr R L Duggan
21
SECLUDED BEACH 1, Offthetopofmyhead 2,
Mister Magic Man 3, Holme On The Bayou 4.
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1 35324 ONLY ONE PROMISE
G W Dixon
HT J McMullen
2 13167 THE BOYS GNP
3 49202 LIFEONTHEBEACH
P J McMullen
A P Richardson
4 8s497 THE MUSE
5 02511 LINCOLN ROAD
B W Barnes
6 54055 MACHIN OUT
HM A Dux
A F J Sanderson
7 26059 ROCKING
8 s3537 KURAHAUPO GAMBLER
L T Cain (C)
K M Rasmussen
9 53746 FIRE AND ICE
HJ S Colley-Presnell
10 84109 THE GUN ROCKSTAR
HB M Woodsford
11 36654 TOOK YOUR TIME
12 53194 CHLOES CLOUD
D W Graham
LINCOLN ROAD 1, The Boys Gnp 2, Only One Promise 3,
Lifeonthebeach 4.
*4.50
*4.50
5.00
6.00
*4.50
7.00
17.00
21.00
17.00
21.00
11.00
12.00
RACE 9 Equine Vit&min Elite Pace 1660m 5.27
1 10556 TED WEST
P J McMullen Fr
2 s8872 TIWANAKU
G W Dixon
Fr
3 93079 ALPHA STYX
S J Doherty
Fr
4 58589 MISTER HART
D W Graham
Fr
5 s9564 CELTIC CRUZA
N M Dawson
Fr
6 65570 PERFECT JESSE
H L Barnes
Fr
7 2807s ONLY IN ROME
T J Dawson
Fr
8 67927 ONE MANS PASS
B W Barnes
Fr
T J McMullen (C) Fr
9 61475 RUATO BAY
10 35684 HEZ RAZOR SHARP
T Dixon
Fr
11 66599 MISTER JOGALONG
SCRATCHED
12 30006 JUSTARUMOUR
M A Dux
Fr
TED WEST 1, One Mans Pass 2, Ruato Bay 3, Hez Razor Sharp 4.
RACE 10 JLL Pace
4.00
4.00
9.00
11.00
*3.50
26.00
17.00
8.00
11.00
8.00
—
26.00
1660m 5.50
C1 To C2 PBD Mobile. $6310.
1 50243 CC JONES
N J McMullen Fr *4.00
K M Rasmussen Fr 17.00
2 22562 ZED CODE
3 s3012 BLINGITTOTHEMAX
M A Dux
Fr 5.00
4 31437 GOALKICKER
J D Cremin
Fr 5.50
5 98s37 ELZBOY
N M Dawson
Fr 26.00
6 128s9 RUHTREBO
M J Elkins (C) Fr 11.00
7 60537 HAPPY FEELINGS
P J McMullen Fr 12.00
A P Richardson Fr 34.00
8 28624 SHADOW HUNTER
9 s7061 BANGKOK BRAVADO
G P Whitaker Fr 17.00
10 7s714 LISA LINCOLN
T J Dawson
Fr 5.00
11 21610 ACT OF VALOR
T Dixon
Fr 10.00
12 461s3 TELL THE LINESMEN
D W Graham
Fr 12.00
BLINGITTOTHEMAX 1, Cc Jones 2, Bangkok Bravado 3, Lisa Lincoln 4.
2200m 6.30 EQ4
1680m 6.55 DD1 Q1
1 091 JAKES A JOY Fr
M Yole
34
2 388 WILLIAMLEE Fr
HC V Castles 34
3 058 NORTHVIEW DAVE Fr HH Van Dongen26
4 458 GEMS Fr
G W Rattray 16
5 442 IAM AW SAM Fr
HT K McDonald 7
6 670 SHEER STRENGTH Fr
HS Gangell 21
7 54s LORD STARK Fr
HL A Dakin 16
8 905 HEZ THE ONE Fr
HW B Rattray 16
9 957 CHILLA BREEZE Fr
T A Hillier
13
10 s37 VOLKOVA LEIS Fr
R J Hadley
11
11 1s1 STREITKID Fr
HC T Crook *1.5
12 951 MADABOUTTHECHASE Fr R L Duggan
16
13 874 RAINBOW PHOENIX Fr T E Rattray
34
STREITKID 1, Iam Aw Sam 2, Lord Stark 3,
Volkova Leis 4.
6 Pace
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
C2 Or Better RBD Mobile. $5310.
1 594 NEVER SIGHTED Fr
C T Crook (C) 21
2 232 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT Fr T A Hillier
5
3 53s NO SPRING SECRETS Fr T K McDonald (C) 5
4 889 ROCKNROLLHIGHLIGHT Fr R J Hadley
26
5 103 NO APACHEMEE Fr
M Yole
13
6 428 MISTER LENNOX Fr
R L Duggan
8
7 154 REMEMBER JOE Fr
R L Ashwood 21
8 700 MAX RICHTER Fr
S Gangell (C) 34
9 s92 IM BORN TO RULE Fr
G W Rattray 34
10 27s IGNATIUS Fr
T E Rattray *1.4
11 2s7 DESTREOS Fr
R L Hillier
34
IGNATIUS 1, Illegal Immigrant 2,
No Spring Secrets 3, Mister Lennox 4.
5 Pace
Q4
C3 To C4 PBD Mobile. $6310.
LAUNCESTON HARNESS twilight
• ON SKY RACING 1
Q2
C2 To C3 PBD Mobile. $5310.
3yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile Heat. $4500.
RACE 4 Pot Of Gold
1660m 3.37
Claiming ($4000 not exceeding $7000) PBD Mobile. $6310.
RACE 1 Gotta Go Cullect @ Egmont 1660m 12.35 EQ1
1 6s324 SIGNORINA JUJON
G W Dixon
T J McMullen (C)
2 6358s TACTFILLY MAGIC
3 31s70 RUM AND SCHOTZ
P J McMullen
D J McCall
4 167s2 CUPCAKESNWHIPCREAM
5 85s9 RICH RUBY RED
T J Dawson
6 82232 ALOT OF COST
N M Dawson
7 858 OUR LITTLE GIRL (ODM)
N J McMullen
8 03s00 CAPITALIZE
M A Dux
9 3733s JOVIAL JULIE
T Dixon
ALOT OF COST 1, Signorina Jujon 2, Capitalize 3,
Cupcakesnwhipcream 4.
Tips by Darren Clayton
TAB CODE: BH
MOBILE: (7) STAND: (8)
*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
1680m 7.27
RACING 45
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Q2
1 9s3 SHADOW ROSS Fr
R L Hillier
21
2 246 HARSHALI Fr
L A Dakin (C) 21
3 943 DIAMOND GRACE Fr
S Gangell (C) 26
4 174 RATTLENHUM Fr
C D Salter
16
5 478 IDEAL KARALTA Fr
J H Walters
21
6 624 IM FULL TILT Fr
C T Crook (C) 16
7 404 MELANNA BEACH Fr
T E Rattray
9
8 518 FOREVER OURS Fr
R L Duggan
16
9 s1 MAHKSMAN Fr
M Yole
*1.8
10 2s1 BELIEVE IN FOREVER Fr R J Hadley
2.5
11 221 WAR DAN STAR Fr
G W Rattray
8
12 232 STYLISH TREND Fr
T K McDonald (C)13
13 513 THE LEMONDROP KID Fr A C Collins
21
BELIEVE IN FOREVER 1, Mahksman 2,
War Dan Star 3, Stylish Trend 4.
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: TH
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
MOBILE: (7) STAND: (7)
*DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION
APPLIES
7 Pace
1680m 7.58 DD2 Q3
1 054 SEA SKY Fr
R L Hillier
9
2 246 HARSHALI Fr
L A Dakin (C) 5
3 5u3 MASTER LEON Fr
N J Emery
9
4 537 MISTER LAST Fr
G W Rattray
6
5 766 YELLOW TAXI Fr
R J Hadley
26
6 523 GOOD FEELINGS Fr
T K McDonald (C)16
7 074 COMMANDO CREST Fr A C Collins
26
8 866 REAL DIAMOND Fr
P A Ashwood 5
9 509 MISS CONDOLEEZZA Fr S Gangell (C) 11
10 821 GIVE ME THE NIGHT Fr M Yole
11
11 429 METRO STAR Fr
C D Salter
*4
12 968 EMJAYS BLACK CHIP Fr C T Crook (C) 21
13 5s0 TRIPLE AITCH FELLA Fr L A Simmonds (C) 34
METRO STAR 1, Harshali 2, Real Diamond 3,
Master Leon 4.
8 Trotters Hcp
2698m 8.26
Q4
1 755 NICKELSON Fr
R J Hadley
21
2 564 ATEGO TITAN Fr
J K Austin
13
3 453 MY JACKOFDIAMONDS 10 T K McDonald (C) 7
4 424 ALL THE WAY MAE 20 R L Duggan
5
5 333 TEN CAISSES 30
N J Emery
4
*2
6 212 ALL OVER THE STARS 30 R L Hillier
ALL OVER THE STARS 1, All The Way Mae 2,
Ten Caisses 3, My Jackofdiamonds 4.
9 Pace
2200m 8.56
1
MOONLITE BAY Fr
G W Rattray
2 263 GYPSYS CLOWN Fr
T E Rattray
3 426 HEIDI GO SEEK Fr
M Yole
4 274 KARALTA DEMON Fr
J H Walters
5 668 LAID BACK KENNY Fr R J Hadley
6 89s SAPPHIRE RIVER Fr
T A Hillier
7 47s DIAMOND CONFLICT Fr R L Hillier
HEIDI GO SEEK 1, Moonlite Bay 2,
Gypsys Clown 3, Karalta Demon 4.
*3
5
*3
8
26
34
21
ESPERANCE RACES tonight
• ON SKY RACING 1
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5, 6, 7
TRACK: Good (3) RAIL: Out 2m from the 1300m to the
400m. Cutaway applies in the straight.
RACE 1 Ramsay’s Horse Transport 1200m 5.00 EQ1
$14,000. 2yo & up Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 s223 LUNA ROSSA b 11
Ms J Noske
58 *$2.60
2 8662 KING FOR LIFE h 9
B Paterson
58
8.00
3 6507 LIVE FIRE h 8
Ms S Bowtell
58 21.00
4 606s GLASS DOWNUNDER 4 Ms L Staples
58 26.00
5 00 YORK CASTLE h 7
Ms M Hagley
58 41.00
6
0s DENO’S DYNAMITE h 1 A Castle
58 31.00
7 333s SLURPIN’ TURPIN 3
Ms S Altieri
56
8.00
8 s483 STRATUM PASS 12
M Autier
56
6.00
9 58s9 UNIVERSAL HALO 6
R Tan
56 16.00
10 668s PATIENCE PHILLIPS 13 J Turner
56 15.00
11 29s0 SHE’S A RANGA 5
Ms K Yuill
56 41.00
56 26.00
12 6979 GLITCH INTHESYSTEM 2 Ms E Stent (a)
13 99s8 STOP STARING h 10
Ms T Stone (a)
56 16.00
14 5455 WHISPERIT b 14
Ms R Forrest
54.5 9.00
LUNA ROSSA 1, Stratum Pass 2, Slurpin’ Turpin 3, King For Life 4.
RACE 2 BD Partington Contract. 1100m 5.30 EQ2
$15,500. 2yo & up Benchmark 68+. Apprentices can claim.
1 235s RHINO BUSTER tcw 4
Ms T Stone (a)
2 7s17 HEY BRO tc 1
Ms J Mc Naught (a2)
3 116s ANOTHER DEMON cdh 5 B Paterson
4 5s21 BADGE OF COURAGE tw 6 M Autier
5 62s9 PENTHOUSE PET th 3
Ms M Hagley
6 8208 BELLS TOWER cd 7
Ms R Forrest
7 1105 CLOAK AND DAGGER dh 2 J Turner
BADGE OF COURAGE 1, Cloak And Dagger 2, Hey Bro 3,
Another Demon 4.
RACE 3 Esperance Fire Services
59.5
59
57.5
56.5
56.5
55
54
6.00
6.00
4.00
*3.00
16.00
11.00
5.00
1600m 6.05 EQ3
$14,000. 2yo & up Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 s256 ALL MAN h 4
A Castle
2 2373 BACIGALLUPO h 2
M Autier
3 9628 SHIVERS OF JOY 5
Ms L Staples
4 s745 MAAHUMAN 7
Ms R Forrest
5 00s REREIGN h 6
Ms M Hagley
6 6909 THINK h 10
B Paterson
7 3274 TUCEPI 3
Ms K Yuill
8 7496 FROSTY LIAISON h 1
R Tan
9 086s MALAWI h 8
Ms J Noske
10 0s52 SALVARA 9
Ms T Stone (a)
TUCEPI 1, Shivers Of Joy 2, Bacigallupo 3, Salvara 4.
RACE 4 Farmers Centre
58
58
58
58
58
56
56
56
56
54.5
10.00
6.00
4.50
16.00
34.00
8.00
*3.00
21.00
31.00
6.00
1600m 6.40 EQ4 Q1
$15,500. 2yo & up Benchmark 58+. Apprentices can claim.
1 6s64 HEAVEN’S GATE tc 7
Ms L Staples
59.5 4.50
59 11.00
2 6875 SATURDAY SKIES tcdwh 5 A Castle
57.5 *4.00
3 4502 HE SAID SHE SAID cdh 12 B Paterson
4 6742 BARRY’S RABBIT 2
Ms K Yuill
56
5.00
5 s899 MEDOM dwh 11
Ms M Hagley
56 18.00
6 3343 CAROB tdh 6
Ms S Bowtell
55 21.00
7 88s0 GET ROUND IT ch 4
M Autier
55 34.00
8 6950 BJORN TO LOVE ch 3
Ms E Stent (a)
54.5 8.00
9 s509 FRIAR’S LUCK tdw 9
Ms S Altieri
54 18.00
Ms J Noske
54
5.50
10 5424 ROCKER CHICK 8
11 s003 THUG LIFE d 1
R Tan
54 34.00
54 31.00
12 7428 TUMBLEWEED TANGO 10 Ms R Forrest
HE SAID SHE SAID 1, Rocker Chick 2, Heaven’s Gate 3, Barry’s Rabbit 4.
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: WR
RACE 5 Caltex Handicap
1300m 7.10 DD1 Q2
$15,500. 2yo & up Class 2. Apprentices can claim.
1 1196 BARTRADER 6
M Autier
2 31s9 AXEL FOLEY dh 7
Ms M Hagley
3 1251 PIRATES MISTRESS tc 1 Ms R Forrest
4 0723 SIGNIFICANT STREAK 4 Ms L Staples
5 s451 SOUTHERN WARRIOR t 2 Ms C Hunter
6 156s THISORTHAT h 9
A Castle
7 6461 KEEPER MEAN ch 12
Ms E Stent (a)
8 3s31 ICE ONE t 3
Ms J Mc Naught (a2)
9 0s80 ATARENZA 8
Ms S Altieri
10 3561 BALTASAR t 10
Ms T Stone (a)
11 0907 SPRINGTIME GIRL dh 5 Ms S Bowtell
12 30s8 MARSHALL EARP th 11 Ms P Edwards
13 5679 SMARTRAVELLA dh 13 R Tan
AXEL FOLEY 1, Bartrader 2, Pirates Mistress 3, Baltasar 4.
RACE 6 Freight Lines Group
1 Pace
2130m 8.40 EQ1
1 340 CHIAROSCURO Fr
D Egerton-Green $26
2 428 KIMANI Fr
G E Hall Jnr
4
3 886 ARGYLE RED Fr
M L Woodley 34
4 s21 LORD WILLOUGHBY Fr A C Lewis
4.5
5 517 MIGHTY MAJOR Fr
M B Reed
34
6 604 ARTHUR LOWE Fr
N A Turvey
31
7 616 SUNROSE VILLAGE Fr V A Stampalia 67
8 133 WALKINSHAW Fr
A G Cortopassi *3.5
9 532 MISTER ARDEE Fr
M C Young (C) 21
10 314 MICHAEL JOSEPH Fr
A F De Campo 4
11 s52 ROBB STARK Fr
C W Hall
5
12 048 SOHO CHELSEA Fr
S J Suvaljko 26
MICHAEL JOSEPH 1, Walkinshaw 2, Kimani 3,
Lord Willoughby 4.
2 Pace
2130m 9.10 EQ2
1 s21 BACK TO THE BEACH Fr A C Lewis
2 473 HANDSANDWHEELS Fr A F De Campo
3 766 SOHO WONDER Fr
B C Smith
4 120 DEBT FREE CHARLIE Fr K J Harper
5 319 IM SOXY Fr
S J Suvaljko
6 414 PARISIAN PARTYGIRL Fr N A Turvey
7 151 MACHIATTO Fr
A G Cortopassi
8 430 ROYAL MACH Fr
S A McDonald
9 145 WESLEY Fr
K M Hayter
10 291 AS HAPPY AS LARRY Fr R G Williams
11 151 BETTOR AIM Fr
R Warwick
12 271 BENHOPE RULZ Fr
G E Hall Jnr
HANDSANDWHEELS 1, Machiatto 2,
As Happy As Larry 3, Back To The Beach 4.
3 Pace
7
*2
51
51
8
26
7
21
26
7
8
21
2130m 9.40 EQ3
1 527 JUST BET ON BLACK Fr D Egerton-Green 4.8
2 561 GOLDEN STATE Fr
M B Reed
*1.8
17
3 441 YOU GOTTA HAVE FAITH Fr G E Hall Jnr
4 8s4 WAIMAC ATTACK Fr
C D Brown
17
5 383 THE ARSONIST Fr
G E Hall Jnr
17
6 423 BRIGHT DIAMOND Fr R Warwick
11
26
7 046 LEFTRIGHTGOODNIGHT Fr A C Lewis
8 215 WHOSWHOINTHEZOO Fr A F De Campo 17
17
9 613 CLARENDEN HUSTLER Fr S J Suvaljko
10 311 MARQUISARD Fr
M L Woodley 6.5
11 430 WALKABOUT CREEK Fr
26
12 119 BAYLAN JETT Fr
C D Voak
26
GOLDEN STATE 1, Just Bet On Black 2,
Marquisard 3, Bright Diamond 4.
4 Pace
RACE 7 Back To The Trav’s 2000m 8.10 DD2 Q4
$15,500. 2yo & up Class 2. Apprentices can claim.
1 0712 BUNKER BUSTER 9
J Turner
59
2 4332 MAULDENS MILL 1
Ms K Yuill
58.5
3 1s00 SIR VATICAN th 5
Ms J Noske
58.5
4 0677 MARCHIGIANO h 3
B Paterson
58
5 3984 PRINCE HAL tw 4
Ms L Staples
57.5
6 0s78 SHAKEDOWN th 7
Ms S Bowtell
57
7 6s00 SHOWY LADY whn 8
M Autier
56.5
8 4489 PROZONE 10
Ms R Forrest
56
9 6s05 SMALLAMOUNTOFMERIT 2 Ms E Stent (a)
56
10 5564 LOSING TICKET h 6
Ms C Hunter
55
MAULDENS MILL 1, Bunker Buster 2, Prozone 3, Prince Hal 4.
RACE 1: (4) Glass Downunder barrier blanket on first
time, ear muffs on first time; (5) York Castle blinkers
on first time; (6) Deno’s Dynamite bar plates off first
time; (9) Universal Halo tongue-tie off first time; (10)
Patience Phillips tongue control bit on first time; (12)
Glitch Inthesystem tongue control bit on first time,
tongue-tie off first time
RACE 3: (2) Bacigallupo blinkers off again; (3) Shivers
Of Joy tongue-tie on again; (5) Rereign pacifiers on
first time, tongue-tie on first time; (7) Tucepi blinkers
off first time; (9) Malawi cross-over noseband off first
time, tongue-tie off first time
RACE 5: (6) Thisorthat blinkers off again, winkers off
first time
RACE 6: (9) Ciao Miss Turpin bar plates on first time
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.
2130m 10.10 EQ4
2503m10.40 DD1 Q1
2130m 11.15
Q2
1 624 SHES TURBO CHARGED Fr S J Suvaljko 10
2 382 MON LILLIES Fr
K J Harper
11
3 743 MACZAFFAIR Fr
M B Reed
*1.7
4 665 SHES ARTFUL Fr
C D Brown
34
5 003 MARY CATHERINE Fr A F De Campo 34
6 43s LIBERTY ROSE Fr
G E Hall Jnr 3.5
7 166 DAME PUISSANT Fr
R G Williams 34
8 r12 GOTTA GO GABBANA Fr C D Voak
17
9 161 LADY DE LA RENTA Fr K N Prentice 6.5
MACZAFFAIR 1, Liberty Rose 2,
Lady De La Renta 3, Shes Turbo Charged 4.
7 Pace
3.50
*3.00
21.00
16.00
11.00
16.00
26.00
4.00
9.00
51.00
GEAR CHANGES
1 137 ONE BID BUYS Fr
R J Mellsop
10
2 72s LIFES DELIGHT Fr
C D Voak
17
3 262 UPANDGONE 10
N M Johns
21
4 303 THE MALE MODEL 10 M P Grantham 17
5 752 TON TINE 10
D Egerton-Green13
6 796 SPRINGFIELD HUGH 10 D J Harper
16
7 112 TENNO SHO 10
N A Turvey
6
8 474 DIAMOND GEEZER 20 M L Woodley 21
9 443 LIGHTNING CALDER 20 B A Stanley 4.5
10 111 SUNOFLINDENNY 20 A C Lewis
*4
11 s21 SUN OF ANARCHY 20 J K Prentice *4
12 031 BALMORAL BOY 20
V A Stampalia 5
SUNOFLINDENNY 1, Sun Of Anarchy 2,
Lightning Calder 3, Balmoral Boy 4.
6 Pace
1200m 7.40 Q3
1 6s83 CROWN CHOICE dh 5
Ms M Hagley
59 11.00
2 2964 CARD KNIGHT h 7
Ms E Stent (a)
58
5.00
3 7216 SAMMY THE BOSS tdwh 8 B Paterson
58
4.50
4 25s0 MAKURU tdw 1
R Tan
57
9.50
5 3352 FOXY ROYALE d 6
M Autier
56.5 6.00
6 4111 TRUTH AND LIES tc 4
Ms J Mc Naught (a2) 56.5 *3.60
7 177s RELEASE THE SAX t 3
Ms R Forrest
55.5 12.00
8 76s4 CITATIONS hn 10
J Turner
55 21.00
9 635s CIAO MISS TURPIN 11
Ms L Staples
54.5 26.00
10 8437 NAHGO dw 9
Ms J Noske
54.5 16.00
11 4s50 VALMONT t 2
Ms S Altieri
54.5 51.00
TRUTH AND LIES 1, Card Knight 2, Sammy The Boss 3, Foxy Royale 4.
1 128 VULTAN TIN Fr
C D Voak
26
2 506 IM FULL OF EXCUSES Fr A C Lewis
16
3 141 EL JACKO Fr
D Egerton-Green*3
4 210 MR MOJITO Fr
S J Suvaljko
4
5 173 RUNRUNJIMMYDUNN Fr G E Hall Jnr
5
6 521 CARTER MICHEAL Fr
N A Turvey
21
7 484 ROCK DIAMONDS Fr
A F De Campo 21
8 3s3 THE BUCKET LIST Fr
M P Grantham 5
9 132 VAMPIRO Fr
C D Brown
11
10 114 MITCH MAGUIRE Fr
R Warwick
4.5
EL JACKO 1, Mitch Maguire 2, Mr Mojito 3,
The Bucket List 4.
5 Trotters Hcp
5.00
*4.00
7.50
9.00
13.00
21.00
11.00
5.00
41.00
8.00
51.00
51.00
41.00
$15,500. 2yo & up Class 5. Apprentices can claim.
GLOUCESTER PARK HARNESS tonight
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
MOBILE: (9) STAND: (6)
60.5
59.5
58
58
57
57
56.5
56
54.5
54.5
54.5
54
54
2503m 11.40 DD2 Q3
1 s76 TSAR BOMB Fr
M B Reed
13
2 111 CARRERA MACH Fr
A C Lewis
*2
3 537 DESTINED TO RULE Fr A F De Campo 21
4 159 BAD ROUND 10
S J Suvaljko 26
5 525 TANAKA EAGLE 10
J A Young (C) 26
6 441 COURAGE TELLS 10
D Egerton-Green 3
7 r60 LETS CUT LOOSE 10
G E Hall Jnr
11
8 132 ALWAYS ARJAY 10
HE J Suvaljko 5
9 924 BETTOR NOT BITTER 10 R Warwick
9
CARRERA MACH 1, Courage Tells 2,
Always Arjay 3, Lets Cut Loose 4.
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: WH
• ON SKY RACING 1
*DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION
APPLIES
8 Pace
1730m12.15am
1 000 MAKINCHANGES Fr
K J Harper
2 4s8 FOUR STARZZZ FORSA Fr G E Hall Jnr
3 312 BETTOR VISION Fr
S A McDonald
4 940 ALIMAN Fr
N A Turvey
5 s58 IM BATMAN Fr
M B Ferguson
6 501 STEFSBEST Fr
C D Voak
7 75s JUS LIVINTHEDREAM Fr M P Grantham
8 995 BROOKIES JET Fr
S J Suvaljko
9 s68 BREACH THE BEACH Fr R Warwick
10 046 LEFTRIGHTGOODNIGHT Fr A C Lewis
11 s56 TARSAO Fr
K N Prentice
12 623 INNOCENT AFFAIR Fr J A Young (C)
BETTOR VISION 1, Stefsbest 2,
Four Starzzz Forsa 3, Innocent Affair 4.
9 Pace
Q4
26
8
*1.7
21
34
3
26
51
26
51
26
13
1730m 12.40am
1 827 LOT TWENTY ONE Fr
A C Lewis
15
2 693 SEA ME SMILE Fr
J A Young (C) 9
3 519 R J BOPPER Fr
B C Smith
34
4 706 FOREVER FASTER Fr
A C Lewis
34
5 635 WABI SABI Fr
34
6 155 NAVAL AVIATOR Fr
A G Cortopassi 3
7 500 PARAMEDIC Fr
K J Harper
34
21
8 654 DOMINATE THE DOJO Fr R Warwick
9 279 BE ON GUARD Fr
M B Reed
21
10 730 BLISSNTHEBLACK Fr M P Grantham 21
11 129 PRADAS IDEAL DAHLING Fr J R Justins (C) *2.8
12 264 NORTHERN EMPEROR Fr D Egerton-Green 4
NAVAL AVIATOR 1, Pradas Ideal Dahling 2,
Northern Emperor 3, Sea Me Smile 4.
10 Pace
2130m 1.05am
1 802 ANIME Fr
C D Voak
21
2 324 ROMAN AVIATOR Fr
A G Cortopassi *1.8
3 349 LUIS ALBERTO Fr
G E Hall Jnr 6.5
4 153 GUNNA GET LUCKY Fr J R Justins (C) 34
5 899 ONE OFF DELIGHT Fr
G E Hall Jnr 4.5
6 465 KID COLOSSUS Fr
A C Lewis
26
21
7 352 RIGHTEOUS BROTHER Fr M B Reed
8 576 BAPTISM OF FIRE Fr
L C Jones
26
9 946 STUNIN EYES ONLY Fr S A McDonald 34
10 647 ABSOLUTION Fr
S J Suvaljko 34
11 578 ILLUSIONATION Fr
N A Turvey
41
12 562 EL COMACHO Fr
K N Prentice
9
ROMAN AVIATOR 1, One Off Delight 2,
Luis Alberto 3, El Comacho 4.
46 RACING
MELTON HARNESS tonight
• 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
MOBILE: (7) STAND: (7)
*DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION APPLIES
RACE 1 DNR Logistics Pace
1720m 6.18 EQ1
M0 Only. $20,000.
1 44835 VILLAGE ENCOUNTER
J G Newberry Fr $8.00
2 56245 CISKEI
C A Alford
Fr 26.00
3 96949 OZZIE BOGAN (r)
J L Duggan
Fr 26.00
4 7s442 HILLTOP ROSE
A M Ashwood Fr 12.00
5 s25s6 ITSALLABOUTEX
T Ridis
Fr 10.00
6 63463 HEZA CRACKER
G R Sugars
Fr 8.50
7 94156 ALPE DE HUEZ
S C Stewart
Fr 8.50
8 92395 BIG BANG LEONARD
J P Lee
Fr 12.00
9 45332 MACEY JAYDE
M I Stanley
Fr *1.90
10 81rs0 BOLTNMACH
J T Campbell Fr 26.00
11 66217 KOTARE MAHDI
M M Burnett Fr 8.50
KOTARE MAHDI 1, Macey Jayde 2, Village Encounter 3, Heza Cracker 4.
Quickpick
11. Kotare Mahdi never saw clear air behind Bonus Play last time and
should have finished closer. He was fresh off a C1 success prior so it was
a decent rise in grade and he followed the speed nicely so while it’s
hard to win from outside of the second line over the sprint trip, and he
will need some pace injected early, he’s a nice each-way bet for value
punters. 9. Macey Jayde is the ultimate class in the race so while it was
somewhat surprising to see her run down last time out in this grade,
if she doesn’t get shuffled too far back early then she’s the likely market leader and more than capable of winning. 1. Village Encounter
provides plenty of interest from the polemarking draw in what isn’t an
overly quick front line. At worst she’ll get a lovely soft run along the pegs
and must go into trifectas but 6. Heza Cracker and 7. Alpe De Huez
are both more than worthy inclusions on their day and you can play
even wider with both 5. Itsallaboutex and 4. Hilltop Rose if you want
to assure yourself of nailing the first four.
RACE 2 VHRSC Provincial
2240m 6.48 EQ2
4yo & up C1 Only RBD Mobile Final. $14,000.
1 15s42 HAWAIIANBEACH
C A Alford
Fr
2 1s214 TACT BESS
J P Lee
Fr
3 36503 TWOFORSIXTY
R W Petroff
Fr
4 63122 JUSTICE SERVED
L J Justice
Fr
5 07s13 HES GODS GIFT
G Lang
Fr
6 40s24 MAJOR SEA
L Miles
Fr
7 132
SKY HUNTER
C R Bell
Fr
8 9s415 IRISH GRIT (r)
K Frenning (C) Fr
9 1s171 RANGA ROC
Z M Phillips (C) Fr
10 35624 HEAVENLY SHADES
M Eriksson (C) Fr
11 2s111 ANGEL OF ARTS
M I Stanley
Fr
12 s4321 BLISSFULL STRIDE
D K McGuigan (C) Fr
13 16093 FOUR LONELY NIGHTS (ODM) HJ L Laugher Fr
ANGEL OF ARTS 1, Tact Bess 2, Justice Served 3, Ranga Roc 4.
21.00
4.50
51.00
7.00
17.00
34.00
10.00
26.00
5.00
101.00
*3.00
6.00
101.00
11. Angel Of Arts has silenced the doubters after winning one race from
her first 21 attempts; she has now made it three on end this time in and
while the barrier draw isn’t ideal, she’s good enough to control the race
if the speed comes out at any stage. 2. Tact Bess had excuses last time
and her win prior was a good indicated that she can turn the tables on
4. Justice Served. That said, Justice Served is racing particularly well and
not without a winning chance himself. 9. Ranga Roc has x-factor but may
end up in an awkward spot if the emergency comes out while 12. Blissfull
Stride won a heat of this series and is another that can do it tough if required. 7. Sky Hunter and 1. Hawaiianbeach are the next best.
RACE 3 Great Southern Star
1720m 7.18 EQ3
Mares C1 To C2 PBD Mobile. $10,000.
1 861s2 SONG OF COURAGE
C A Alford
2 2121 VICTORIA BREW
K Frenning (C)
3 21345 MISS VICTORIA
L J Justice
4 76531 ASHARAH
J W Ainsworth (C)
5 46361 EASTON FOXGLOVE (EOD)
M M Burnett
6 2585s STUNNING I AM
HD K McGuigan
7 11212 IMPRINCESSGEMMA
K E Manning
8 24s11 HARPAGUS
G Lang
9 50546 SIX ELEMENTS
R W Petroff
VICTORIA BREW 1, Harpagus 2, Imprincessgemma 3,
Song Of Courage 4.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
11.00
*2.40
17.00
26.00
11.00
34.00
4.00
3.00
26.00
2. Victoria Brew was massive when bullying her rivals in a 1:55.6 mile
rate over the middle trip to take a good three-year-old final last time. It
has been six or seven weeks between runs but it’s hard not to be taken
by that last win. 8. Harpagus couldn’t have done any more in two wins
this time in and while this is harder, she’s had a bit in hand so far. The
start will be important in terms of how it all shakes out but she’s a must
for Early Quaddies. 7. Imprincessgemma is the other class runner but
it’s unclear whether she’ll race the gate or go back and over the 1720m,
neither scenario looks totally ideal. 1. Song Of Courage was sound firstup and should improve while 5. Easton Foxglove and 3. Miss Victoria
are first four options.
RACE 4 TAB Multiplier Pace
2240m 7.52 EQ4
Claiming (not exceeding $12000). $10,000.
1 16744 HOKONUI BEN
A P Mifsud
Fr 12.00
2 22381 ALL I CAN BE
C A Alford
Fr 6.00
3 46586 FLIGHT OFFICER
J L Duggan
Fr 34.00
4 71s54 CLASSY WESTERN
A T McDonough Fr 5.50
5 43250 IM LONELY
M M Burnett Fr 21.00
6 35177 JODAN
J P Lee
Fr 4.60
7 2178s PRESIDENTIALSECRET
K Frenning (C) Fr *1.60
PRESIDENTIALSECRET 1, Jodan 2, Classy Western 3, All I Can Be 4.
7. Presidentialsecret is an M6 horse who won at Menangle in 1:55 over
the middle trip three starts back and resumes back in Victoria tonight. It’s
easy to look at his trial and see that he was driven up for fifth but when you
analyse those around him and the time he went, he really should just be
too good. 6. Jodan smashed his rivals last time he was in claiming grade
so half put a line through his last two and rate him on that. 4. Classy Western is working back towards his better form and should be peaking tonight
while 2. All I Can Be rounds out the potential Early Quaddie suitors with
1. Hokonui Ben next in line.
RACE 5 Join The VHRSC
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2240m 8.22 DD1 Q1
M1 To M2 PBD Mobile. $20,000.
1 669s1 VEE ROCK
Z M Phillips (C)
2 57866 WINGATUI DEW
HB W Chisholm
3 13378 POCKET THEDEAL
M M Burnett
4 46308 HOLDONSU
R W Petroff
5 50113 RISHI
L J Justice
6 11221 DIKERRY
K M Gath
7 20978 HICKSTEAD
N A McCallum
8 52322 AMPLE POWER (ODM)
C A Alford
VEE ROCK 1, Ample Power 2, Wingatui Dew 3, Dikerry 4.
Fr *2.50
Fr 8.50
Fr 51.00
Fr 21.00
Fr 5.50
Fr 7.50
Fr 8.50
Fr 3.00
Tips and quickpicks
by Blake Redden
TAB CODE: MH
1. Vee Rock could not have been more impressive when zooming past
Dikerry at Geelong and after what was a pretty ominous win, he might be
ready to fulfil the potential he has shown for a long time. The one little
question is how much gate speed he can muster from the inside as he isn’t
the most brilliant beginner but even if he lands no worse than behind the
leader, he will be very hard to hold out. 8. Ample Power could consider
himself a bit stiff not to have notched a win this preparation and that was
amplified by being able to rip home in a 54.6sec last half but still being
nailed on the line last time. Still, he is racing well and the most serious
threat to the top pick. 2. Wingatui Dew has an interesting little conundrum to encounter early, he can either spear the gate and home to find
the pegs or attempt to drop in behind the polemarker if he leads but it’s
hard not to envisage a scenario where he is well placed and can run a race.
6. Dikerry is flying right now and must go into wider Quaddies along with
5. Rishi and 7. Hickstead.
RACE 6 VHRSC Metropolitan 2240m 8.52 Q2
Group 3 M0 Only RBD Mobile. $30,000.
1 8s514 RIVER PATROL
D K McGuigan (C) Fr 41.00
2 10521 BONUS PLAY
C D Svanosio Fr *1.80
3 13616 ZUBERI
J L Duggan
Fr 14.00
4 s1161 RECIPROCITY
K E Manning
Fr 3.90
5 1s124 GOONLY
C A Alford
Fr 6.00
6 45462 ALWAYS FLASHING
G R Sugars
Fr 81.00
7 53513 BEACH SKIPPER
L J Justice
Fr 81.00
8 s11s3 FRANCO TRISTAN
G Lang
Fr 11.00
9 66217 KOTARE MAHDI (r)
M M Burnett Fr 51.00
10 8s502 BIG GUN JOHNNY
M J Craven
Fr 41.00
11 31115 JUST WANTANO
M J Bellman
Fr 18.00
12 66585 CEST LA CLASSE
A B Crossland Fr 151.00
13 22246 FIRE UP FRANCO (ODM)
B R Gath
Fr 81.00
RECIPROCITY 1, River Patrol 2, Bonus Play 3, Franco Tristan 4.
4. Reciprocity showed dynamic gate speed to lead her heat of this final
and from there she got a breather then fired home in a slick last quarter
to hold them with ease. She’s very likely to lead again and it’s hard to see
why she’d be handing over so on what we saw last time, she’s more than
capable of winning this race. 1. River Patrol is perennially underrated but
he’s a strong chance of holding up behind the leader early and under that
circumstance, he’s a super place bet and not without a chance at bolters
odds. 2. Bonus Play may be left in an awkward spot and while he won
soundly last time, it’s still unclear if he is quite at his peak. 8. Franco
Tristan was OK in his heat but can improve sharply with the right luck
tonight while 5. Goonly and 3. Zuberi are the other pair for first fours.
RACE 7 Aldebaran Park Vicbred 2240m 9.22 DD2 Q3
Trotters TM0 To TM1 PBD Mobile. $20,000.
1 s1127 VALLEY ESS JAY
R J Vernon
Fr 11.00
D K McGuigan (C) Fr 16.00
2 43356 DESERT FLYER
3 33s18 BALL PARK
M G Gath
Fr 11.00
4 64859 CARGERIE (r)
K E Manning
Fr 26.00
5 73356 JUSTTENTRUMPS
C D Svanosio Fr 26.00
6 r8840 ITS NOT DARK YET
C T Demmler Fr 51.00
7 06477 COLUMBIAS DEEJAY
D C Magri
Fr 101.00
8 7s945 MAJESTIC ESS JAY
C W Lang
Fr 12.00
9 0403s ROBBIE ZUVE
A P Mifsud
Fr 10.00
10 07670 CARNERA
L J Justice
Fr 34.00
11 12212 ALEPPO MURPHY
C A Alford
Fr *1.60
12 500s0 ZEDALITE
D J Burns
Fr 34.00
13 22583 SAVANNAH JAY JAY (ODM) N A McCallum Fr 6.00
ALEPPO MURPHY 1, Savannah Jay Jay 2, Valley Ess Jay 3,
Majestic Ess Jay 4.
11. Aleppo Murphy would have lost no admirers when Group 1 winner
Deltasun bested him last time. The more salient point is that he has been
trotting well and without jinxing him, if he holds it all together tonight, he
is one of very few winning chances. 13. Savannah Jay Jay comes through
the same formline and was an admirable run under the circumstance so
he’s the other clear winning chance. 1. Valley Ess Jay didn’t have the
clearest passage last time and should be thereabouts again but there are
heaps worth including in wider multiples here headed by 8. Majestic Ess
Jay, 9. Robbie Zuve, 5. Justtentrumps and 3. Ball Park.
RACE 8 Graham Goffin Mem
1720m
9.52 Q4
Mares M0 To M3. $24,000.
1 25285 MY KIWI LADY
G R Sugars
Fr 9.00
2 7s331 BEACH GARDEN
G F Webster
Fr 7.00
3 s7994 LAST FLIGHT IN
A A Chisholm Fr 101.00
4 72540 VILLAGE SAFARI
M J Bellman
Fr 101.00
5 11196 MY CASH
G Lang
Fr 7.00
6 11136 CAITLYN CLARKE
K M Gath
Fr 5.00
7 25s11 SOHO BURNING LOVE
M I Stanley
Fr 3.00
8 22s41 WITHOUT YOU
C A Alford
Fr *2.50
WITHOUT YOU 1, My Cash 2, Soho Burning Love 3, Caitlyn Clarke 4.
8. Without You had the right run but still peeled off a mind-boggling finale to nab Ample Power last time and in the small field she’ll be able to
pick a path through at the right time and her speed might prove lethal late.
5. My Cash looks well placed to be the first to challenge 2. Beach Garden
after she secures the front and if that’s the case, she will prove hard to run
down under more suitable conditions than her past couple. 7. Soho Burning Love and 6. Caitlyn Clarke both have class angles and are considered
Quaddie options while 1. My Kiwi Lady and 2. Beach Garden are both
worth throwing into first fours.
RACE 9 Empire Stallions Series
1720m 10.20
4yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile Final. $10,000.
1 32s53 CREATIVE LAD
J E Barker (C) Fr 17.00
2 89s45 JUST FOUR STARZZZ
SCRATCHED
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3 41212 AYEJAYEM
T W McLean
Fr 9.00
4 s9554 MELINKA
E J Tappe
Fr 34.00
5 22574 ANOTHER SPARKY
H E Gray
Fr 12.00
6 46s42 IM VERY WILLING
G Lang
Fr 7.00
7 s2241 BETTER THEN HEAVEN
K Frenning (C) Fr *2.60
8 33651 FIRE SAFE
M J Bellman
Fr 5.50
9 4s1s5 STEEL SCREENS
M J Craven
Fr 11.00
10 5s336 MAXINES DELIGHT (r)
G D Hoban
Fr 11.00
11 s2023 IN THE MOMENT (ODM)
J L Duggan
Fr 8.00
BETTER THEN HEAVEN 1, In The Moment 2, Fire Safe 3,
Im Very Willing 4.
7. Better Then Heaven was most impressive when coming from off
speed to win his heat of this series and while he may be forced back at the
start again, he looks capable of hauling in his rivals again. 11. In The Moment was an eye-catcher behind Better Than Heaven in what looms the
stronger of the heats so she’s worth keeping safe at a price. 8. Fire Safe
will be reliant on the polemarker earlier but she’s not without a winning
chance while each way or multiples hopes run deep here with 10. Maxines Delight, 6. Im Very Willing, 3. Ayejayem and 9. Steel Screens all
in the mix somewhere.
HARNESS LEGEND
M1/C3 - Class of race (one metro win/three career wins). RBD Random barrier draw. PBD - Preferential barrier draw. ODM - Out
of the draw in mobiles. RODM - Right out of the draw in mobiles.
ODS - Out of the draw in stands. RODS - Right out of the draw in
stands. EOD - Moved to extreme outside draw. RHCP - Rehandicapped. TR - Trotter. C&G - Colts & geldings. (C) - Concession
driver. (C,cl) - Claiming concession driver
GOLD COAST
CONTINUED
From page 48
6. OH FIVE GLORY (P & W Hulbert) 2f By Unencumbered - Distinctive Flyer (2:1-1-0): Shifted out at start
when 1¼ len 2nd of 11 (10) $81.00 55.5 Neptune’s
Spear 1050m D’ben 2yo Hcp Good(4) Nov 17. Knuckled down well to score 1¼ len win of 6 (6) $5.00 56.5
Mishani Desire, Champagne Jet 1200m D’ben 2yo
Hcp Good(4) Dec 8. Freshened. Determined effort
from handy position to win at Doomben last start.
Awkwardly drawn. Rough chance for minors.
7. BOOMSTRESS (D J Hansen) 2f By Spirit Of Boom
- Pegasus Miss (2:1-1-0): Handily placed when ¾ len
win of 12 (7) $2.25F 55.0 Kallie, Concealed Dynamite
1000m Sunshine Coast 2yo Mdn Good(3) Dec 2.
Gave good sight 1½ len 2nd of 9 (7) $8.50 56.5 Better Reflection 1110m D’ben LR Calaway Gal Good(4)
Dec 15. Finished solidly to place at Doomben last
outing. Drops in grade. Keep safe.
8. DEVINE FACTOR (Michael Costa) 2f By The Factor (US) - Songbird (AR) (1:0-1-0): Hampered at start
when nk 2nd of 10 (9) $7.00 54.0 Dubious 1000m
E Farm 2yo Hcp Good(4) Dec 22. In the mix first
start and will be better for the experience. Nicely
weighted. Drawn well. Rates highly.
9. EXHILARATES (James Cummings) 2f By Snitzel Samaready (3:0-2-0): Slowly away when 2¼ len 2nd
of 7 (4) $2.40F 56.0 Czarson 1000m Gosford 2yo
Mdn Good(4) Nov 24. Ran home solidly for 1¼ len
2nd of 9 (4) $14.00 54.5 Unite And Conquer 1100m
Wyong 2yo Classic Good(4) Dec 12. Freshened.
Primed to strike. Ran on well to place at Wyong
last time out. Has a light weight. One of the major
players.
10. HILLS (Tony McEvoy) 2f By Not A Single Doubt Hoist (1:1-0-0): Slowly away when ¾ len win of 5 (3)
$1.95F 54.0 Chill The Beer, Champagne Jet 1025m
Ipswich 2yo Open Hcp Good(3) Dec 28. Ridden patiently and let down smartly to salute at short odds
at Ipswich debut. Can figure in finish.
11. BADOOSH (M J Dunn) 2g By Sebring - Tresor
(2:0-0-1): Found the line intently for first-up ¾ len,
1½ len 3rd of 9 (5) $4.80 57.0 Courseshewill, Arnwood 1000m Toowoomba 2yo Plate Good(3) Sept
23. Slowly away, eased near 200m when 3½ len 5th
of 10 (1) $21.00 56.5 Dubious 1000m E Farm 2yo Hcp
Good(4) Dec 22. Expect long odds.
12. EXPLOSIVE QUALITY (G Heinrich & B Rodgers)
2f By Shooting To Win - Witless (0:0-0-0): First start.
No public trials. Prefer to see at this stage.
13. JOSHUA TREE (L D Kelly) 2c By Warhead - Entirly Noble (NZ) (0:0-0-0): First start. Not seen at
public trials. Keep tabs on betting moves.
14. REAL FOXY LADY (J W Zielke) 2f By Real Saga
- Lasoron (0:0-0-0): First start. Prepared for debut
with 4¾ len last Ketsugi 1000m Gold Coast barrier
trial Soft(5) Sept 11. Trials: (1:0-0-0). Drawn off the
track. Prefer to see a betting lead.
15. CLAIRVUE MISSY (C J Waller) 2f By Sebring Missy Longstocking (0:0-0-0): First start. Makes
debut here after 3¾ len 4th Stage Play 1000m Gold
Coast barrier trial Soft(5) Oct 30. Trials: (1:0-0-0). In
leading stable. Should be kept safe.
16. UNDERWOOD (Billy Healey) 2f By Deep Field
- Cautious (1:0-0-0): Jumped awkwardly, raced
greenly, inconvenienced on straightening when 2½
len 4th of 10 (3) $12.00 54.0 Dubious 1000m E Farm
2yo Hcp Good(4) Dec 22. Tough alley. Tidy effort at
debut keeps her in contention.
RACE 7
5.12
(1200m)
1. UNCONDITIONAL (M G Nolan) 3g By Jet Spur Jezzamine (7:2-1-2): Slowly away, inconvenienced
near 200m when 1¼ len, ½ len 3rd of 9 (2) $2.60F
57.5 Archer’s Paradox, Le Beau Renard 1050m D’ben
3yo Plate (C3) Soft(5) Dec 7. Hampered at start, disappointed for a run, shifted in near 100m when 2¾
len 7th of 11 (3) $7.00 56.0 Doss 1000m E Farm Open
Hcp Good(4) Dec 22. Unlucky at Eagle Farm at latest.
Getting fitter. Take beating.
2. ARCHER’S PARADOX (David Murphy) 3f By
Golden Archer - Shamsie (9:3-0-2): Shifted in near
100m, rider charged with careless riding when 1¼
len win of 9 (1) $3.90 53.5 Le Beau Renard, Unconditional 1050m D’ben 3yo Plate (C3) Soft(5) Dec 7.
Jumped awkwardly, inconvenienced near 200m
when 4¼ len 10th of 11 (10) $5.00 55.5 Doss 1000m
E Farm Open Hcp Good(4) Dec 22. Average effort at
Eagle Farm last start. Faces a task.
3. GEMELLI (T M Whittington) 3g By Poet’s Voice
(GB) - Our Angelina (11:3-1-0): Claimed 2¾ len win
of 9 (2) $6.00 56.5 Spot On Spud, Megashot 1100m
Murwillumbah Hcp (C1) Good(3) Nov 16. Posted 4½
len win of 9 (4) $2.00F 57.0 True Pride, Usurp 1100m
Murwillumbah Hcp (C3) Good(3) Dec 14. Freshened.
Put paid to them easily at Murwillumbah last outing.
Nicely weighted. Can lead or sit handy. Should be
competitive.
4. SPENDING MY TIME (P A Nolan Jnr) 3c By Jet
Spur - Kiss And Covert (8:2-2-0): Jumped awkwardly when 2½ len 2nd of 8 (4) $5.00 59.0 Say I Cee You
1300m Toowoomba 3yo Hcp Soft(6) Oct 15. Slowly
away when 2 len 6th of 11 (9) $12.00 55.5 Doss
1000m E Farm Open Hcp Good(4) Dec 22. Gave a
good sight at Eagle Farm last time out. Has a light
weight. Keep in mind.
5. DOSS (B J Lockwood) 3g By Sebring - Tapanappa (6:1-1-1): Took up a midfield position when 1¾
len 4th of 12 (3) $6.00 52.0 Miss Quaintly 1600m
D’ben 2yo Hcp Good(4) July 21. Jumped awkwardly,
shifted out concluding stages when ½ nk win of 11
(1) $19.00 54.0 Tullio, Elixir 1000m E Farm Open Hcp
Good(4) Dec 22. Overall record sound. Charged late
to get up in final bounds at Eagle Farm first-up. Strips
fitter. Can play a role.
6. ELIXIR (L D Kelly) 3c By Exceed And Excel - Flavoured (3:1-0-1): Showed pace when 1¾ len 5th
of 8 (4) $12.00 54.0 Mittere 1110m D’ben 3yo Hcp
Good(3) Aug 11. Ridden on the speed ½ nk, ½ hd
3rd of 11 (6) $21.00 53.0 Doss, Tullio 1000m E Farm
Open Hcp Good(4) Dec 22. Prominent and showed
plenty of fight at Eagle Farm first-up. Fitter. Drawn to
ge a nice run. Commands respect.
7. PARKO (S J Morrisey) 3g By Smart Missile - Certitude (9:1-2-2): Gave all for ½ nk 2nd of 10 (9) $5.50
54.0 Unlikely Story 1200m D’ben (Bm70) Good(4)
Dec 1. Overraced early stages, stewards queried run,
poor post-race recovery when 4¾ len 6th of 8 (4)
$2.15F 57.5 Viral 1200m Gold Coast (Bm65) Good(3)
Dec 15. Just battled home here at latest. Not fancied.
8. MYSTIC MIST (H J Norman) 3f By Instinction
- Mindblower (11:3-1-0): Blundered near 800m,
blocked for a run in straight, eased near 200m when
2 len 6th of 10 (2) $12.00 56.5 Invigorating 1200m
D’ben 3yo F Hcp Soft(5) Sept 8. Landed sht nk win of
4 (4) $2.50F 58.0 I’m Rosie, Ready Set Boom 1400m
Gold Coast 3yo (Bm65) Good(3) Sept 29. Strips fitter
for nk 2nd Saxton Rock 1000m Gold Coast barrier
trial Good(4) Dec 10. Resuming. Not a noted first-up
performer. Not keen.
9. SNOW VALLEY (M J Dunn) 3f By Snitzel - Deer
Valley (2:2-0-0): Hampered at start, over-raced
early stages when 1¼ len win of 7 (4) $2.60F 55.0
Hayburner, Bling ‘n’ Bubbles 1200m Lismore 3yo
Mdn Good(4) Aug 14. Hampered at start when 4 len
win of 7 (5) $1.50F 57.0 Mazurka, Ester’s Rose 1205m
Lismore F&M-Bm58 Good(3) Dec 21. Undefeated
galloper. Reeled them in easily to salute at Lismore
first-up. Has a light weight. Will only be fitter. Strong
claims.
10. ZOOM BY (L F Birchley) 3f By Red Dazzler - Zippast (5:2-0-0): Checked near 100m when 1¾ len 4th
of 9 (9) $11.00 55.5 Archer’s Paradox 1050m D’ben
3yo Plate (C3) Soft(5) Dec 7. Jumped awkwardly
when 2¾ len 8th of 11 (11) $6.50 55.5 Doss 1000m E
Farm Open Hcp Good(4) Dec 22. Far from disgraced
at Eagle Farm last start. Place appeal only.
11. LUCAP (S J Morrisey) 3g By Poet’s Voice (GB) Perri Lou (2:1-0-0): No match when 5 len 7th of 9 (3)
$31.00 55.0 Holdin’ My Own 900m Gold Coast 2yo
Open Hcp Soft(5) June 30. Jumped awkwardly, lost
ground when ½ len win of 6 (4) $6.00 58.5 Mystic
Eyes, Hocked 1200m Gold Coast Mdn Soft(5) July
14. Had the benefit of 10¼ len 6th Junction 1000m
Gold Coast barrier trial (C2) Good(4) Dec 10. Resuming. Wide alley is a concern. Looking elsewhere.
12. SPOT ON SPUD (M J Dunn) 3g By Show A Heart
- Charmana Star (4:1-1-0): Jumped awkwardly, laid
out near 200m when 2¾ len 2nd of 9 (6) $2.60F
58.0 Gemelli 1100m Murwillumbah Hcp (C1)
Good(3) Nov 16. Three wide when 3½ len 6th of 9
(8) $11.00 56.0 Archer’s Paradox 1050m D’ben 3yo
Plate (C3) Soft(5) Dec 7. Freshened. Hard to recommend.
13. LOVE STRUCK (S J Morrisey) 3g By Love Conquers All - Cheeky Lindy (NZ) (7:0-1-0): Hampered
near 200m, protest lodged, dismissed, laid in
near 100m when ½ nk 2nd of 9 (9) $11.00 57.0 Ancient Aztec 1200m Ipswich (Metro) 3yo C&G Mdn
Good(4) Aug 1. Battled away for 3½ len 7th of 8 (8)
$8.00 54.0 Sugar Sizzle 1400m Gold Coast (Metro)
3yo Hcp Good(4) Aug 18. Prepared for this with lg nk
2nd Extraction 1000m Gold Coast barrier trial (Mdn)
Good(4) Dec 10. First-up. Prefer others.
RACE 8
5.47
(1400m)
1. NO ANNAMOSSITY (R L Heathcote) 5g By Mossman - Hussyanna (22:6-5-3): Resumed with 4¾ len
6th of 8 (3) $15.00 54.0 I’m A Rippa 1200m D’ben
G3 George Moore Good(3) Dec 1. Beaten but not
disgraced when 4 len 4th of 12 (4) $31.00 54.0 Victorem 1350m D’ben LR Lough Neagh Good(3) Dec
15. Fair effort without threatening at Doomben last
time out. Easier here. Strips fitter third-up. Can’t be
taken lightly.
2. NATCH (T J Gollan) 5g By Thorn Park - Naturally (IR) (17:5-6-2): First-up finished ½ len 4th
of 9 (3) $2.70F 57.5 Hingus Rose 1200m D’ben
(Bm85) Good(4) Dec 1. Sound when 3¾ len 9th of
15 (7) $8.50 57.0 Cadogan 1400m E Farm Hcp (C6)
Good(4) Dec 22. Bit disappointing at Eagle Farm at
latest. Fitter for recent racing. Free-running type.
Not the roughest.
3. SNITZ (M J Dunn) 4g By Snitzel - Tickle My (16:52-3): Balanced up midfield when 7¼ len 11th of 12 (2)
$11.00 57.0 Belflyer 1200m R’wick The Kosciuszko
Heavy(9) Oct 13. Blocked for a run near turn,
blocked for a run on straightening when ½ len 4th
of 10 (7) $7.50 57.5 Impregnable 1200m D’ben Plate
(C6) Good(3) Dec 15. Worked home okay to finish
close to placegetters last start. Include among the
better chances.
4. STAR REFLECTION (K A Lees) 6m By Time
Thief - Dawn To Dusk (US) (33:6-7-7): Slowly away,
blocked for a run near 200m when 3¾ len last of
9 (1) $31.00 55.5 Demerara 1200m R’hill 3yo+ F&M
(Bm88) Good(3) Nov 24. Charged home from back
half for lg hd win of 12 (7) $71.00 56.0 Seasons, Savvan 1200m R’wick 3yo+ F&M (Bm88) Soft(6) Dec 15.
Honest customer. Reeled in leaders late to salute at
long odds at Randwick last outing. Nice gate. Looks
one of the main chances.
5. AUERBACH (C J Waller) 5g By Denman - Permission (20:4-5-4): Wide throughout, laid in near
100m, rider told to use more care when nose, lg hd
3rd of 12 (12) $8.50 60.0 Lulu Express, I Wanna Be A
Jeep 1350m D’ben (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 8. Took up a
handy position in ½ len win of 8 (5) $4.60 59.0 New
Horizons, Spirit And Fire 1350m D’ben Plate (C3)
Good(4) Dec 15. Holding form. Strong on-pace victory at Doomben last time out. Worth some thought.
6. KUBIS (R L Heathcote) 5g By Love Conquers All
- Aperto (NZ) (32:4-8-1): Led them up for 1¾ len win
of 8 (4) $5.50 54.0 Exoteric, Chatelard 2200m D’ben
(Bm85) Good(4) Sept 15. Jumped awkwardly when
4¼ len 11th of 15 (5) $81.00 55.5 Cadogan 1400m E
Farm Hcp (C6) Good(4) Dec 22. Coming off an average run in same class at Eagle Farm first-up. Doesn’t
look likely.
7. LOOKS LIKE ELVIS (B J Dais) 4g By All American
- Savalook (NZ) (16:4-4-1): Hampered at start when
1¾ len 7th of 10 (9) $16.00 56.0 Impregnable 1200m
D’ben Plate (C6) Good(3) Dec 15. Settled handy
when hd, 1¼ len 3rd of 15 (13) $19.00 52.5 Cadogan,
Chapter And Verse 1400m E Farm Hcp (C6) Good(4)
Dec 22. Stuck on well to place at Eagle Farm at latest.
Each-way chance.
8. NIKITAS (Chris Munce) 5g By Snitzel - Mine Game
(28:4-3-3): Shifted out near 200m when 2¼ len 7th
of 12 (11) $61.00 54.0 Niccanova 1350m D’ben LR
Recognition Stk Good(4) Nov 24. Wide throughout
when 6¼ len 10th of 12 (12) $101.00 54.0 Victorem
1350m D’ben LR Lough Neagh Good(3) Dec 15. Went
to line only fairly in stronger grade at Doomben last
start. A win would surprise.
9. OINK (K M Schweida) 5g By Sebring - Coogee
Coozifa (29:4-9-5): Handily placed when sht hd
2nd of 12 (12) $3.20F 56.0 Snitch 1350m D’ben Plate
(C6) Good(3) Dec 1. Eased near 1200m, shifted out
near 400m, rider told to use more care when 1¾ len
4th of 15 (8) $7.50 55.5 Cadogan 1400m E Farm Hcp
(C6) Good(4) Dec 22. Racing well. Wasn’t all that far
away at Eagle Farm last outing. Decent alley. Worth
including.
10. TIME TO PLAY (Gary Doughty) 4m By Jet Spur
- Eminence Grise (18:5-2-4): Inconvenienced at start
when 1½ len 4th of 10 (9) $11.00 56.5 Coral Bay
1400m Sunshine Coast (Metro) (Bm75) Heavy(9)
Dec 16. Carried wide early stages when 2 len 10th
of 15 (3) $9.50 54.0 Ecker Road 1350m D’ben Spec
Cond Hcp Good(4) Dec 29. Looks tested.
11. CRUZE (B J Lockwood) 4g By Pierro - Alessandra
(12:2-0-3): Fractious in barriers, slowly away, inquiry
into performance when 3¾ len 5th of 7 (3) $2.70
57.0 Captivator 1800m Gold Coast (Metro) 3yo Hcp
Good(4) May 23. Blocked for a run near 200m, inquiry into performance, vetted - no abnormalities
when 1¾ len 5th of 14 (3) $8.50 57.5 Desert Man
1200m E Farm Plate (C3) Good(4) Dec 22. Just behind the placegetters at Eagle Farm first-up. Strips
fitter. Among the dangers.
12. LULU EXPRESS (A J Edmonds) 4m By Snitzel Acqua De Parma (11:4-3-0): Tried hard when ½ nk
2nd of 6 (4) $2.40 59.0 Boom Boom Epic 1350m
Ipswich (Metro) F&M Plate (C3) Good(3) Nov 14. Inconvenienced at start, inconvenienced near 1200m
when nose win of 12 (4) $5.50 53.5 I Wanna Be A
Jeep, Auerbach 1350m D’ben (Bm70) Good(4) Dec
8. Freshened. Form solid. Timed run well to score at
Doomben at latest. Keep safe.
13. BE MY STAR (Tony McEvoy) 3f By Zoustar Charity Belle (6:3-0-1): Kept fighting when ¾ len,
½ hd 3rd of 7 (1) $1.80F 57.0 Yankee Eyes, Kenyan
Wonder 1250m Morphettville Parks 3yo (Bm68)
Good(4) Nov 24. Wide throughout when 11¾ len
last of 13 (12) $71.00 55.0 Zoustyle 1200m D’ben LR
Gold Edition Good(3) Dec 15. Failed to make an impression in harder class at Doomben last start. Badly
drawn. Not likely.
RACE 9
6.25
(1200m)
1. JOHNNY BE QUICK (L J Hatch) 8g By Immovable
Option (IR) - Without Concern (31:6-13-4): Scored ½
len win of 6 (1) $4.60 62.0 Penfold, Free Billy 1300m
Moree (Bm66) Good(3) Nov 2. Laid out near turn
when nk 2nd of 7 (5) $5.00 56.0 Brenda 1200m
Dalby (Bm75) Firm(2) Dec 11. Freshened. Finished
gamely to just miss at Dalby last outing. Outside
chance for multiples.
2. TAIKO BOOM (S B Lee) 6g By Drumbeats - Automatic Slim (NZ) (21:4-4-4): Jumped awkwardly
when nk, 2¼ len 3rd of 6 (3) $7.00 59.0 Greywolf,
Cool Sequence 1200m Ipswich (Metro) Hcp (C5)
Good(3) Dec 5. Blocked for a run near turn, blocked
for a run on straightening when ¾ len 2nd of 5 (3)
$5.00 60.5 Scoutabout 1350m Ipswich Hcp (C4)
Good(4) Dec 21. Finished solidly to place at Ipswich
last time out. Has raced well this track previously.
Can figure in finish.
3. DESERT MAN (K M Schweida) 6g By I Am Invincible - Snippety Day (11:3-1-2): Showed pace when
½ nk, lg nk 3rd of 10 (10) $18.00 55.5 Unlikely Story,
Parko 1200m D’ben (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 1. Ridden
on the speed lg hd win of 14 (1) $4.80 55.5 La Scopa,
Cabin Fever 1200m E Farm Plate (C3) Good(4) Dec
22. Consistent gelding. Prominent and fought on determinedly to win at latest. Drawn to effect. Should
be competitive.
4. UNLIKELY STORY (T J Gollan) 4g By Star Witness - Sister Phenomenon (9:3-2-1): Overraced early
stages when ½ nk win of 10 (2) $2.45F 59.0 Parko,
Desert Man 1200m D’ben (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 1.
Fair effort in 2¼ len 6th of 14 (14) $3.00F 59.0 Desert Man 1200m E Farm Plate (C3) Good(4) Dec 22.
Battled on fairly at Eagle Farm last start. Performed
very well at Doomben before latest. Good gate.
Rates highly.
5. DREAM MASTER (A J Edmonds) 5g By Dream
Ahead (US) - Excellent Lady (17:5-2-1): Recorded
2½ len win of 11 (10) $2.35F 56.5 Jobiwood, Il Riccio 1100m Gold Coast (Metro) E&G (Bm70) Good(4)
Nov 28. Laid out near post, protested against, dismissed, rider told to use more care when ½ nk win of
9 (6) $1.90F 55.0 Cool Sequence, Absolutlypositivly
1200m D’ben Hcp (C5) Good(4) Dec 19. Honest competitor. Narrowly prevailed at Doomben last outing.
Usually prominent. Ideally drawn. Keep in mind.
6. VOULAIT (P H Duncan) 4g By Wanted - Vintage
Triumph (11:4-0-1): Took up a handy position in len
4th of 8 (6) $3.10F 56.5 Desert Cowboy 1050m
D’ben Hcp (C4) Soft(5) Dec 7. Knuckled down well to
score ½ len win of 6 (6) $1.65F 59.0 Get Outa Utah,
Barefoot Tycoon 1200m Sunshine Coast E&G Hcp
(C3) Good(4) Dec 30. Dug deep to salute at short
odds at Sunshine Coast last time out. Can add value
to exotics.
7. AANVOERDER (M J Dunn) 5m By Commands Fleet Riane (20:4-6-1): Blocked for a run on straightening, blocked for a run near 200m when 3¼ len 7th
of 13 (2) $12.00 56.0 Akage 1350m Ipswich (Bm75)
Good(3) Nov 30. Kept trying 1½ len 4th of 12 (10)
$15.00 58.5 Akage 1400m Gold Coast Hcp (C4)
Good(3) Dec 15. Gave a good sight here at latest.
Place preferred.
8. CONQUERING LASS (S P Tregea) 4m By Love
Conquers All - Commanding Queen (16:5-1-2): Honest when 1¾ len, 1¼ len 3rd of 11 (7) $31.00 55.5
Stella Victoria, Shesees Everything 1200m D’ben LR
Legacy Classic Good(4) Nov 24. Blocked for a run on
straightening when 4¼ len 5th of 15 (9) $11.00 52.5
Awesome Pluck 1200m D’ben (Rs0mw) Good(4)
Dec 8. Freshened. Average effort at Doomben last
start. Awkwardly drawn. Hard to make a case for.
9. GENERAL COS (N O Saunders) 5g By Court Command - Lady Primera (56:8-0-8): Reasonable effort
1½ len 4th of 7 (1) $21.00 54.5 The Real Boss 1000m
Toowoomba (Bm75) Soft(5) Dec 15. Worked right to
the line for len, ¾ len 3rd of 8 (4) $13.00 57.0 Mishani
Wrangler, High Degree 1300m Toowoomba (Bm70)
Good(4) Dec 22. Unlikely to trouble these.
10. ABSOLUTLYPOSITIVLY (B & D Guy) 4m By
Sepoy - Absolute Dream (14:4-2-2): Laid in near
200m when lg hd 2nd of 6 (3) $2.00F 56.0 San
Sierra 1200m Ipswich Hcp (C5) Soft(7) June 29. Hit
rail near 1000m when ½ nk, len 3rd of 9 (1) $9.00
54.5 Dream Master, Cool Sequence 1200m D’ben
Hcp (C5) Good(4) Dec 19. Found line well to place at
Doomben first-up. Awkwardly drawn. Could sneak a
place at odds.
11. ALL EEZ (J T Wigginton) 4g By Exceed And Excel - Equiparada (AR) (17:3-3-4): Settled handy when
hd 2nd of 10 (3) $3.30F 54.5 Barachiel 1200m Rockhampton (Bm75) Good(4) Dec 8. Kept grinding 1½
len 5th of 8 (1) $17.00 57.0 Auerbach 1350m D’ben
Plate (C3) Good(4) Dec 15. Not expected to threaten.
12. SKATE TO PARIS (Chris Munce) 4m By Bradbury’s Luck - Paris Blu (15:1-7-1): Positioned midfield
when 4¼ len 7th of 11 (4) $71.00 55.0 Perast 1350m
D’ben G3 Fred Best Soft(6) May 26. Jumped awkwardly when 2½ len 2nd of 10 (6) $2.40F 57.0 She’s
Spicy 1110m D’ben F&M Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 19.
First-up run was encouraging. Don’t sell her short.
13. SABA LASS (Jade Doolan) 7m By Clang - Sunday
Promise (29:7-7-3): Handily placed when 5¼ len 7th
of 10 (2) $21.00 55.5 Lamerican 1100m Mackay Plate
(C6) Heavy(8) Dec 13. Inconvenienced at start when
½ len 2nd of 11 (3) $26.00 55.5 Palladian 1000m
Townsville (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 27. Drawn off the
track. Expect long odds.
14. GOLD SUN: SCRATCHED
15. STARWOOD (Jon Walk) 7g By Red Dazzler - Ossie Cossie (43:10-2-7): Beaten but not disgraced
when 2¾ len last of 7 (6) $9.00 57.5 Free Billy 1000m
Goondiwindi Open Hcp Good(3) Aug 4. On return
from break finished 8¼ len 7th of 9 (7) $91.00 54.0
Wonder Boom 1200m Warwick Open Hcp Good(4)
Dec 26. Was safely held at Warwick first-up. Others
better.
16. TRUE MYTH (Michael Costa) 4g By Snitzel Flamboyance (9:3-2-1): Claimed 1¾ len win of 7 (3)
$1.90F 57.0 Silent Statue, Winds Of Change 1200m
Gold Coast Hcp (C3) Good(3) Dec 8. Sound when 2¼
len 5th of 6 (6) $3.00 57.0 Muddy Rope 1100m Gold
Coast Hcp (C4) Soft(6) Dec 22. Should’ve done a bit
more last time. Faces a task.
17. CRUZE: SCRATCHED
18. GWAPO (S J Morrisey) 4g By Rothesay - Pertinence (21:1-3-3): Showed pace when 12¼ len 11th
of 12 (2) $15.00 56.5 Impulsive 1800m Gold Coast
Hcp (C1) Good(4) May 19. Made up late ground for
first-up 3½ len, ¾ len 3rd of 8 (2) $26.00 55.5 Calzini, Lord Of The Dreamz 900m Gold Coast (Bm58)
Good(4) Nov 24. Since recorded ½ hd win Snow
Valley, Legal Girl 1000m Gold Coast barrier trial (C2)
Good(4) Dec 10. Freshened. Not fancied.
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NEWCASTLE HARNESS
Lachie to
deliver for
Trittons
MICHAEL COURT
HARNESS RACING
FORMER Queensland reinsman Lachie Manzelmann is
poised to give his bosses Shane
and Lauren Tritton the perfect
start to the year with a hatful of
winners at Newcastle tonight.
The former Newcastle training duo return to their old ‘digs’
tonight and if the TAB prices
are on the mark will come
home with a winning treble.
And Manzelmann has been
booked for all three, which
have been listed as odds-on in
early markets.
Talented mare Bridget Blue
Chip should get the ball rolling when the $1.80 favourite
chases her fourth win of the
season when she takes on a
few in-form pacers in race five.
Bridget Blue Chip has already won three races at
Menangle so far this season
with the best of those a 1:51.7
win at the Fishers Ghost meeting in October.
Although she has had a
couple of weeks off, she still
looks to classy for the likes of
Redbelly Jack, Black Silhouette
and Air Time.
Manzelmann will be hoping
he can score on former Kiwi
Handsome Hero ($1.33), who is
having his first start for Team
Tritton in race seven.
Originally from the South
Island of New Zealand where
he was trained by Geoff Kelk,
Handsome Hero’s record is not
that impressive with just one
win (at Ashburton) from 41
starts.
Yet drawn gate three tonight, the form experts obviously expect the gelded son of
Courage Under Fire to make
his presence felt against C1 and
C2-class performers.
Manzelmann will then be
looked to hopefully make it
a treble for Tritton when he
steers another $1.33 pop, Iona
Diamond, who is also having
her first start for the stable
when she lines up in race nine.
Iona Diamond has had just
nine starts in Western Australia for Kim Prentice with just
one win before joining the
Trittons’ Menangle base.
Although she has not raced
for almost six months, Iona
Diamond has not been seen
at the trials, which hasn’t deterred the TAB, who posted
her a short-priced favourite.
Leading Menangle trainer
KerryAnn Turner is also heading for Menangle with bright
prospects of a winning double.
Turner will partner Iam
Serengeti ($2.75 favourite) in
the opening race on the program before stepping aside to
give impressive young reinsman Josh Gallagher his shot at
success in race six.
Gallagher has been booked
to drive unlucky gelding
Kleened Out in a race for C1C2-class pacers.
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Tonight
RACE 1 Summer Racing @ Newcastle 2030m 6.33 EQ1
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FASHION MISS
QUICK INCOME
MOONLIGHT CRUISER
BORNINASTORM
DAWN MAGIC
SUR LE FEU
OUR DREAM TO REALITY
BANJOE
I AM SERENGETI
PHIL MONTY
NORTHERN LINE
(Fr3) Hail Christian NZ Menangle 1609m
(1:52.7) M0 race Dec 8 then covered extra
ground when 25m 4th $51 (Fr2) The Pac-
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11.
HD S Gatt-Bouquet
W H Rixon (C)
B N Greenwood
HD J Morgan
D J Elder
HB J Elder
HJ P Gallagher
P G Bull
K A Turner
HL S Manzelmann
S J Harmey
Fr $34.00
Fr 15.00
Fr 67.00
Fr 67.00
Fr 17.00
Fr
4.00
Fr 13.00
Fr 34.00
Fr *2.75
Fr
3.50
Fr 101.00
man NZ Menangle 2300m (1:55.5) M0 race
Dec 17. Commendable strike rate from this
draw (5 from 11); don’t dismiss here.
RACE 2 Menangle Where Horses Fly 1609m 7.03 EQ2
4yo & up C0 To C1 PBD Mobile Heat $10,400
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9. ROCKNLACHLAN first start since spell.
Beaten 20m 4th $16 (Fr2) The Black Prince
NZ Newcastle 2550m (2:00.9) 3C0+ race
Jul 21 then raced roughly when 19.5m 9th
$30 (Sr1) Premier Joy Bathurst 1730m
(1:56.2) 3C1-3C3 race Jul 25. Coming off a
break but winner of 1 from 3 fresh; solid
chance. 2. IM SUGAR COATED scored
handily over Always Ivy 1.7m $2.10 (Fr6)
Newcastle 1609m (1:57.5) 3C0-3C1 race
Apr 14 then ran 20m 6th $1.30 (Fr3) Aqua
Cruiser Newcastle 2030m (2:01.5) C0 race
Dec 8. Has claims here on consecutive
wins prior to last start failure and drawn
nicely; gets chance to atone on latest run.
8. LUCY LINDENNY very impressive winner $2.70 (Fr1) over Text Message 14.5m
Newcastle 2030m (2:01.1) C0-C1 race
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DELIGHTFUL BABE
IM SUGAR COATED
FINAL RIVER
EAGLE FALLS
HENWOOD
QUE SERA
HAPENNY (Em1)
LUCY LINDENNY
ROCKNLACHLAN
CAESAREAL
NEVER KNOW CHARLIE
WESTERN STRIDE
CANT EXPLAIN IT ODM
Nov 7 then held on well when 10.5m 2nd
$2.10 (Fr3) Plain Baby Newcastle 2030m
(2:00.8) C0-C1 race Nov 16. Rates well
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13.
J P Gallagher (C)
L R Sutton
L A Hosking (C)
P J Hedges
D R Morris
A C Bourke (C)
G P Andrews
C M Geary (C)
M G Harding
K A Turner
D J Morgan (C)
M A Callaghan
P G Bull
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
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Fr
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10.00
3.75
67.00
41.00
67.00
21.00
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34.00
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here on solid second last start and could
contest early lead despite poor draw; top
hope here.
ROCKNLACHLAN 1, Im Sugar Coated 2, Lucy Lindenny 3, Western Stride 4.
RACE 3 TAB Pace
2030m
7.33 EQ3
C1 To C2 PBD Mobile $6890
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RACE 6 Tooheys Pace
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I AM SERENGETI 1, Phil Monty 2, Sur Le Feu 3, Our Dream To Reality 4.
2.
TAB CODE: SH
Daily Double: Races 5 & 7
Early Quaddie:Races 1, 2, 3, 4
Quaddie:Races 5, 6, 7, 8
Big6:Races 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
First4:All Races
2030m 9.03
Q2
C1 To C2 PBD Mobile $6890
9. I AM SERENGETI eased early and suffered a severe check when 53m 9th $151
(Fr3) Bettermatch Menangle 1609m the
M0 Christmas Gift (grp3) Dec 17 then finished 23.5m 7th $9.50 (Sr3) Redbelly Jack
Goulburn 1710m (1:53.9) C4-C5 race Dec 24.
Fitter for three recent runs since spelling
and goes well fourth up; this race suitable.
10. PHIL MONTY failed to get a clear run
when 14.5m 9th $52 (Sr1) Cruz NZ Geelong
2100m (1:57.6) C5-C6 race Oct 25 then inconvenienced and eased early when beaten 6.2m 5th $15 (Sr3) Franco Yarra Valley
2150m (2:00.3) C4-C6 race Nov 6. Ran well
in stronger company last start; facts and
figures say to expect a bold effort. 6. SUR
LE FEU handy effort when 10.2m 5th $71
1.
NSW TAB GUIDE
O/D DENOTES HORSE EXCLUDED FROM
BARRIER DRAW *DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION
APPLIES. MOBILE (10) STAND (9)
TIPS BY iFORM
ON SKY RACING 1
C3 To C5 PBD Mobile $6890
1.
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$100,000 PROJECTED BIG6 POOL AT RANDWICK THIS SATURDAY. VISIT THE TAB APP OR TAB.COM.AU
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3. MISS STREISAND won $1.80 (Fr1)
narrowly defeating Make Mine Memphis
1m Menangle 1609m (1:54.3) C0 race Dec
11 then convincing winner $3.70 (Fr7) defeating Its Mesmerise NZ 6.5m Menangle
1609m (1:53.0) C0-C1 race Dec 18. Racing
very well presently and can continue the
recent winning streak; take beating in
this. 8. ASHLEYS ANGEL won $34 (Fr7)
narrowly defeating Kates Carrera NZ 0.7m
Menangle 1609m (1:52.3) C0-C2 race Dec
11 then sound effort when 7m 4th $41 (Fr3)
Alpine Stride Menangle 1609m (1:51.0)
C2-C3 race Dec 18. Holding form and is
already a winner in this class, genuine
winning chance. 4. AURORA BROMAC
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DIVAS DESTINY
BELLE OF BROOKLYN
MISS STREISAND
AURORA BROMAC
WALLAROY BOY
ELITE BOBBY
AQUA CRUISER
ASHLEYS ANGEL
SOUTHBOUND TRAIN
JUSTAJOLT
resuming from a spell. Very impressive
winner $1.10 (Fr7) over Bee Tees NZ 19.5m
Newcastle 1609m (1:55.1) C1 race Feb 16
then finished 20.5m 9th $16 (Fr3) Convic-
9.
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G P Andrews
B J Elder (C)
C M Geary (C)
L R Sutton
L A Hosking (C)
B J Elder (C)
HJ P Gallagher
D R Morris
HW H Rixon
HB J Elder
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Fr
Fr
Fr
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tion Menangle 2300m (1:55.6) C2-C5 race
Apr 3. Back from a spell and is a handy
fresh horse; can win if ready; each way
chance.
MISS STREISAND 1, Ashleys Angel 2, Aurora Bromac 3, Southbound Train 4.
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1. BETAWENIMDANCIN (M M Bond)
6 Mare By Always A Virgin USA - Christy
Ella $14,500 (37:2-4-2): Beaten 1.7m 2nd
$19 (Fr2) Stormy Raider Goulburn 1710m
(1:57.8) C1 race Dec 24. One to watch.
2. ITS ALLABOUT ALICE (P W Neilson) 4
Mare By Mr Feelgood USA - Its Fair Enough
NZ $18,759 (31:4-2-4): Finished 14.5m 6th
$15 (Sr4) Our Bushwacker Maitland 2044m
(2:02.7) C1 race Dec 29. Ready to improve
after two starts from a spell; nicely drawn
each way.
3. PLAIN BABY (K A Turner) 6 Mare By
Bettors Delight USA - Artistic Dancer
$52,198 (70:6-7-14): Held up for a run early
in the straight when 3.5m 2nd $3.30 (Sr1)
Our Bushwacker Maitland 2044m (2:02.7)
C1 race Dec 29. Narrowly beaten last start
in Maitland over 2044m, gets a nice draw
again; could test on best form.
4. FIRENZE (K A Brooks) 6 Mare By Tinted
Cloud USA - Impoverished $17,088 (44:16-6): Beaten 0.4m 2nd $8.00 (Sr2) Mista
Taptoe Lombo Maitland 2044m (2:01.3)
C1 race Dec 29. Genuine each way chance
from the draw.
5. ROYAL LEFTY (J R Radley) 9 Gelding
By Blissfull Hall USA - Lefty $28,356 (79:54-9): Beaten 14m 5th $61 (Fr1) Benalong
Valley Maitland 2422m (2:01.9) C2-C4 race
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BETAWENIMDANCIN
ITS ALLABOUT ALICE
PLAIN BABY
FIRENZE
ROYAL LEFTY
PAY ON THE PACER
ZAC MCCOOL
PONDEROSA BIGZ
KLEENED OUT
MSFLIBBERTIGIBBET ODM
Dec 22. Don’t discard completely.
6. PAY ON THE PACER (M L Osborn) 7
Gelding By Million Dollar Cam USA - Conrod Classic $31,545 (109:3-8-7): Beaten 5m
5th $16 (Fr1) Mista Taptoe Lombo Maitland
2044m (2:01.3) C1 race Dec 29. Hard to
have here.
7. ZAC MCCOOL (B J Flaherty) 6 Gelding By Miles McCool USA - Margys Dream
NZ $34,645 (68:5-9-12): Beaten 13.5m
5th $4.20 (Sr1) Halfway Holme Maitland
1646m (2:00.2) C2 race Dec 29. Assess on
its 3rd two starts back; each way claims
here.
8. PONDEROSA BIGZ (A C Priestley) 7
Gelding By Mister Big USA - Ponderosa Mel
$56,270 (119:5-19-15): Led at the bell when
0.2m 2nd $2.50 (Fr6) Royal Lefty Newcas-
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J J Bond
B J Elder (C)
J P Gallagher (C)
M C Brooks
HB J Hughes
D J Morgan (C)
HJ A Callaghan
L A Barry
HJ P Gallagher
L R Sutton
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Fr
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Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
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tle 1609m (2:00.0) C1 race Dec 11. Building
up to a win with consecutive placings at
past two runs.
9. KLEENED OUT (K A Turner) 6 Gelding By Live Or Die USA - Kleen Sweep NZ
$85,544 (69:11-14-12): Finished 18.2m 2nd
$13 (Fr3) Shezallapples Bankstown 2140m
(1:59.2) C2-C3 race Dec 28. Recent form
consistent but a challenge here from the
draw, has shown gate speed before; rates
highly.
10. MSFLIBBERTIGIBBET (C J Harmey) 7
Mare By Village Jasper USA - Cee Pee Wanda $16,685 (23:2-2-5): Safely held when
7.5m 4th $2.00 (Fr2) Our Bushwacker
Maitland 2044m (2:02.7) C1 race Dec 29.
Has placed twice in past three starts; ideally suited, follow.
KLEENED OUT 1, Plain Baby 2, Msflibbertigibbet 3, Zac McCool 4.
RACE 7 Newcastle Transport Specialists 2030m 9.33 DD2 Q3
C1 To C2 PBD Mobile $6890
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1. CATCH A RUBY (G S Brown) 8 Mare By
Riverboat King USA - Catch A Diamond
$55,948 (107:7-12-11): Checked when beaten 16m 6th $51 (Fr6) Urban Girl Newcastle
1609m (1:57.1) C1-C2 race Dec 11. A slight
hiccup last start but can return to winning
ways here.
2. CASUAL RIVER (R J Hosking) 5 Gelding
By Santanna Blue Chip USA - Darwin River
$22,910 (78:1-8-8): Beaten 27.5m 8th $51
(Fr2) Vieira Newcastle 2030m (2:00.4) C1
race Dec 14. Not on current efforts.
3. HANDSOME HERO (S P Tritton, L R Tritton) 6 Gelding By Courage Under Fire NZ
- Famous Lover NZ $18,955 (41:1-5-6): Finished 48.5m 11th (FT) Bohannan NZ Ashburton 2400m (1:58.9) R4047 race Nov 15.
Failed to flatter first-up but has placed 2nd
up and likely to stay out of the early speed
battle, making Aust debut; top rater.
4. BARA JAYLA (F J Knapton) 5 Mare
By Santanna Blue Chip USA - Bara Ingrid
$14,856 (38:1-6-8): Beaten 19.5m 7th
$4.20 (Sr2) Southbound Train NZ Penrith
2125m (1:58.5) C1 race Dec 27. Second-up
and has won second-up in earlier preparation and gets the draw to dictate her position; gets chance to atone, follow.
5. HAPENNY (G P Andrews) 6 Mare By
Jeremes Jet USA - Espshlilucky Lombo
$17,418 (51:2-2-10): Suffered gear malfunc-
5.
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37746
57848
478s0
044s7
98635
8080s
85735
73565
s0858
26498
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7.
8.
CATCH A RUBY
CASUAL RIVER
HANDSOME HERO
BARA JAYLA
HAPENNY
TWO TATZ PATZ
BLACKJACK SHANNON
WITHERSPOON
APOLLO THIRTEEN
TENFOUR ODM
tion and eased early when 38.5m 5th $151
(Fr7) Doubledelightbrigade NZ Newcastle
2030m (1:59.7) C1 race Dec 14. Finds hard
to win.
6. TWO TATZ PATZ (C J Sikyr) 6 Mare By
Major In Art USA - Blitzem Lass $36,525
(70:5-12-17): Beaten 20m 10th $36 (Fr2)
Artsncraft Newcastle 1609m (1:57.0) C1-C2
race Jun 25. Will need to improve on previous first-up effort.
7. BLACKJACK SHANNON (P A Morgan)
9 Gelding By Lis Mara USA - Classic Shannon $56,210 (145:7-11-15): Beaten 8m 5th
$61 (Fr6) Vieira Newcastle 2030m (2:00.4)
C1 race Dec 14. Treat warily.
8. WITHERSPOON (D T Reay) 5 Mare By
Well Said USA - Formalize $10,035 (18:12-4): Inconvenienced when beaten 11.7m
9.
10.
G S Brown
L A Hosking (C)
L S Manzelmann (C)
M B Towers
G P Andrews
D J Morgan (C)
L R Sutton
E M Nichols (C)
HB J Elder
S J Harmey
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
26.00
51.00
*1.33
10.00
11.00
51.00
67.00
26.00
6.00
21.00
5th $4.80 (Sr2) The White Wolf Maitland
1646m (2:03.1) C1-C2 race Dec 22. Has
placed this course and distance and could
improve sharply here; could be the danger.
9. APOLLO THIRTEEN (C J Harmey) 9
Gelding By Bettors Delight USA - Queen
Camille NZ $79,322 (107:11-23-13): Raced
wide early when 21.5m 8th $41 (Fr8) Who
Killed Kenny Newcastle 2030m (1:59.5)
C2-C3 race Nov 16. This easier than last
start unplaced effort but will need to overcome poor draw; fitness the query.
10. TENFOUR (S A E Elliott) 9 Gelding By
Four Starzzz Shark Ca - Taras Gift $55,736
(154:8-8-18): Eased early when 26.5m 8th
$12 (Fr3) Mista Taptoe Lombo Maitland
2044m (2:01.3) C1 race Dec 29. Will be hard
from this draw.
HANDSOME HERO 1, Apollo Thirteen 2, Bara Jayla 3, Tenfour 4.
RACE 8 Coca Cola Pace
2030m10.03
Q4
3yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile $6890
RACE 4 Club Menangle Country Series 1609m 8.03 EQ4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
4yo & up C2 Only RBD Mobile Heat $10,400
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. DOUBLEDELIGHTBRIGADE won $1.30
(Fr2) narrowly defeating Elsie Gem 0.1m
Newcastle 2030m (1:59.7) C1 race Dec 14
then good effort when 0.2m 2nd $1.50 (Fr5)
Oh Stanley Maitland 1646m (2:00.6) C1-C2
race Dec 22. Good run last start when second
in this grade of race; drawn pole, conditions
will suit. 4. AMIGHTYFINEHORSE looked
good defeating Our Bushwacker 3.2m $4.20
(Fr9) Newcastle 1609m (1:56.5) C1 race Dec
11 then finished 34m 7th $7.00 (Fr3) Pocket
Of Terror Maitland 2422m (2:01.9) C2-C4
race Dec 22. Ignore last start in stronger
company and assess on the easy win two
runs back over 1609m here; has each way
ability. 3. PLAYING ARKABELLA raced
wide early and raced wide late when 19.5m
8th $4.40 (Fr3) Dalacos Empress Tamworth
6.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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9
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11
12
13
01212
455s5
95781
96317
48846
716s1
34326
82531
646s6
96223
84281
51338
31629
7.
8.
9.
10.
DOUBLEDELIGHTBRIGADE
CAMEOS KIWI
PLAYING ARKABELLA
AMIGHTYFINEHORSE
PLATINUM PENNY
PAY ME THE CHANGE
ALABAMA SHAKES (Em1)
MISTA TAPTOE LOMBO
FRANCO STORM
FOR THE BETTOR
VIEIRA
MAC TODDY
IM MAJOR HARRY
1980m (2:00.0) C1-C2 race Dec 18 then convincing win over Studleigh Stride 6.7m $2.60
(Fr2) Dubbo 2120m (2:00.2) C0-C1 race Dec
11.
12.
M A Formosa
B J Mantle
M R Young (C)
T M Ison (C)
R A Atkins
L S Manzelmann (C)
C M Geary (C)
G A Dorn
D R Morris
J A Callaghan (C)
J P Gallagher (C)
J E Trainor
P J Hedges
13.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
*2.75
26.00
7.00
5.50
26.00
17.00
3.80
21.00
11.00
8.00
26.00
21.00
41.00
26. Strong winner in easier grade last start
over 2120m in Dubbo; looks like the early
leader, could really test these.
3. BELLA CLARE handy win $3.50 (Fr1)
over Double Bliss 5.5m Menangle 1609m
(1:55.1) 3C0-3C1 race Nov 10 then eased
early when 0.5m 2nd $21 (Fr6) Tangoingwithsierra Tabcorp Park 2240m the
GROUP3 Gold Chalice (grp3) Dec 15. A
win and a minor placing from past two
runs; has the ratings. 6. MILLY BROMAC
beaten 25m 4th $9.50 (Fr7) Aqua Cruiser
Newcastle 2030m (2:00.6) C0 race Dec 11
then good run when 3.7m 2nd $8.50 (Fr1)
Wallaroy Boy Maitland 2044m (2:02.9)
C0 race Dec 22. Good run last start when
second in this grade of race in Maitland
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6s664 LADYFEELGOOD
09363 PONDEROSA ANDREW
112
BELLA CLARE
SANDY LOCHINVAR
s7084 SAINT BREENY
5s542 MILLY BROMAC
25786 SUMMER DREAMS ODM
87777 ESPYRANTE ODM
s0092 ROBYN TAYLOR ODM
over 2044m; bright prospects here. 1. LADYFEELGOOD raced well when 5.7m 6th
$5.00 (Fr2) Allabouthemoney Newcastle
1609m (2:00.3) C0 race Dec 11 then beaten
T M Ison (C)
L A Barry
N S Xuereb (C)
J J Kennedy
J E Trainor
L R Sutton
J P Gallagher (C)
G S Brown
B N Greenwood
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
21.00
26.00
*1.25
21.00
21.00
6.50
26.00
67.00
67.00
20.5m 4th $26 (Fr5) Wallaroy Boy Maitland
2044m (2:02.9) C0 race Dec 22. Improved
effort last start when having only its third
run this prep; solid money runner.
BELLA CLARE 1, Milly Bromac 2, Ladyfeelgood 3, Sandy Lochinvar 4.
RACE 9 Wolf Blass Pace
2030m 10.30
3yo 3C0 Only RBD Mobile $6890
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
DOUBLEDELIGHTBRIGADE 1, Amightyfinehorse 2, Playing Arkabella 3, Mista Taptoe Lombo 4.
RACE 5 Sharp Electronics Group
2030m 8.33 DD1 Q1
C3 To C5 PBD Mobile $6890
1.
2.
3.
4.
5. BRIDGET BLUE CHIP eased early when
15.2m 5th $5.00 (Fr10) Power Of Red Menangle 1609m (1:50.4) M1 race Dec 8 then
raced wide early when 11.7m 6th $4.40 (Fr9)
Rocker Band NZ Menangle 1609m (1:51.8)
C4+ race Dec 17. A win and two placings
from last five runs; sound each way chance.
2. BLACK SILHOUETTE inconvenienced
when 6m 6th $4.80 (Sr3) Love My Sister
Bathurst 1730m (1:56.9) 3C0+ race Jul 25
then raced wide early when 0.2m 2nd $2.90
(Fr3) Squire Maitland 2044m (2:00.5) C3-C4
race Dec 29. Solid second first-up and has
placed second-up; rates well, take running
down. 8. REDBELLY JACK fought on very
well when 2.7m 3rd $32 (Fr5) Isntshejust
5.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
6.
41312
376s2
16399
88261
12356
3415s
61s76
35931
6013s
s5186
14653
7.
8.
AIR TIME
BLACK SILHOUETTE
ITS INEVITABLE
LA PATATA
BRIDGET BLUE CHIP
RYABBY
JIMMY THE EDITOR
REDBELLY JACK
YOURBLUEYESCRYING
DUSTY DELIGHT
SHAREAPASSION
Bendigo 2150m (1:56.3) C4-C5 race Dec 14
then handy win $9.00 (Fr5) over Stanley
Ross Robyn NZ 6m Goulburn 1710m (1:53.9)
BRIDGET BLUE CHIP 1, Black Silhouette 2, Redbelly Jack 3, Air Time 4.
9.
10.
J P Gallagher (C)
HB J Elder
HJ P Bates
HD J Morgan
HL S Manzelmann
G S Brown
L R Sutton
HN S Xuereb
HA C Bourke
T M Ison (C)
D R Morris
11.
Fr
7.00
Fr
4.00
Fr 34.00
Fr 67.00
Fr *1.80
Fr 201.00
Fr 26.00
Fr 15.00
Fr 17.00
Fr 201.00
Fr 26.00
C4-C5 race Dec 24. Has a win and place from
past four starts; difficult draw but other conditions suit, rates well.
4. IONA DIAMOND first start since spell.
Good effort when 2.5m 2nd $14 (Fr1) Dracarys NZ Gloucester Park 2130m the 2FGP3 2YOF Gold Bracelet (grp3) Jul 6 then
covered a lot of extra ground when 8.2m
4th $3.70 (Fr5) Majorpride NZ Gloucester
Park 2130m (1:58.9) 2C0+ race Jul 20.
Resuming but is lightly raced and a likely
improver from the good draw; this race
should suit. 5. CHOISIR DAMOUR suffered a severe check and out of position at
the start when 97.5m 9th $21 (Fr4) Double
Bliss Bankstown 1740m (2:00.7) 2C0-2C1
race Jun 29 then beaten 19m 4th $23 (Sr1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6038
76453
342s6
6124s
4s9s4
s0
9
TAKINOVER
QUEENIE JIM
IM ROCK SOLID
IONA DIAMOND
CHOISIR DAMOUR
HUMMING TOP ODM
SPANSKI ODM
Panania North Bankstown 1740m (2:00.1)
3C0-3C1 race Dec 28. Just out of the placings last start; can figure in the finish here.
1. TAKINOVER finished 5m 3rd $71 (Fr3)
We Salute You Bankstown 2140m (2:04.0)
3C0-3C1 race Dec 7 then raced wide early,
J E Trainor
A C Bourke (C)
P J Hedges
L S Manzelmann (C)
G W McElhinney
R W Adams
L R Sutton
Fr 10.00
Fr 21.00
Fr 10.00
Fr
*1.33
Fr 10.00
Fr 101.00
Fr
4.00
raced roughly and tired over the latter
stages when 70m 8th $61 (Fr5) Panania
North Bankstown 1740m (2:00.1) 3C0-3C1
race Dec 28. Well beaten at its last start
but has some ability and gets a nice draw;
genuine each way chance.
IONA DIAMOND 1, Choisir Damour 2, Takinover 3, Im Rock Solid 4.
Best Bet: Kleened Out (Race 6) Value Bet: Rocknlachlan (Race 2)
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48 RACING
GOLD COAST RACES Saturday
Aquis Farm Pre-Training
900m
1.27
1 74s1 BOOM CHICKA BOOM cn 4 J Byrne
2 9874 DUELLATOR cw 6
3 4526 TOFU MICK td 9
Ron Stewart
4 1416 I AM QUEEN wb 3
R Fradd
5 43s1 INITIALIZE wn 5
B Pengelly
6 5s11 METIS 7
B Stewart
7 s21s SHOWUS YA DIAMONDS w 10 D Smith
8 561s WESTROCK 12
K Mc Evoy
9 8s96 ACQUME h 2
J Lloyd
10 s310 ARCHER’S PARADOX w 8 SCRATCHED
11 7591 SHE’S A MITZY w 1
Ms T Williams (a3)
12 24s1 LADY MCCABE h 11
M Cahill
ACQUME 1, I Am Queen 2, Showus Ya Diamonds 3, Metis 4.
59 $7.00
57.5 151.00
57.5 126.00
57
4.20
57
9.00
57 14.00
57
8.50
56 34.00
55.5 *2.00
55.5
—
55.5 71.00
54 23.00
RACE 2 Aquisfarm On Instagram 1800m 2.02 EQ1
$75,000. 3yo. Apprentices can claim.
1 1213 BAREFOOT tw 1
B Nothdurft (a3)
2 5141 ROSENDAHL RED 6
M Murphy (a2)
3 6815 SHIRANDA w 11
B Stewart
4 s845 PHANTOM SHADOW 4 M Mc Gillivray
5 9414 VISERION 9
J Oliver
6 0036 MISS SARA w 10
D Smith
7 64 HE’S THE DEEL 2
L Tarrant
8 6613 WINDERMERE wbh 3
J Lloyd
9 6256 LOLLIPOP ROCKET b 5 C Whiteley
10 0784 BLACKLOG h 8
Ron Stewart
11 7452 ON THE TWEED 7
S Galloway
WINDERMERE 1, Miss Sara 2, Barefoot 3, Rosendahl Red 4.
59
58.5
58
56.5
55.5
55
54.5
54.5
54
54
54
*2.50
7.50
23.00
8.00
21.00
4.40
10.00
6.50
81.00
81.00
21.00
1800m 2.37 EQ2
$75,000. Benchmark 90. Apprentices can claim.
1 s230 ARTICUS dw 6
L V Cassidy
2 9s32 HONEY TOAST wn 3
J Lloyd
3 4957 PRIORITISE w 1
M Murphy (a2)
J Guthmann-Chester (a2)
4 0380 AQUA VITE tcwh 4
5 s088 EMPHASIS 5
D Browne
6 1332 MISS SHANTI dh 7
R Fradd
7 1213 SHE GOES POP dwh 9
M R Du Plessis
8 s575 VAULTING AMBITION w 8 R Wiggins
9 0s08 ATARAXIA 2
J Byrne
HONEY TOAST 1, Prioritise 2, Articus 3, Miss Shanti 4.
RACE 4 Race With Aquis
60.5
60
60
58.5
58
54
54
54
54
*3.60
4.40
3.80
14.00
19.00
4.20
10.00
26.00
61.00
2200m 3.12 EQ3
$75,000. Benchmark 80. Apprentices can claim.
1 9s19 I FEEL GOOD dwn 12
L V Cassidy
59.5
59
2 0520 CHILLIN WITH DYLAN tdw 2 B Stewart
59
3 5151 HAPPY GO PLUCKY tdwh 16 J Orman
4 9150 KAY KAY BOY 7
J Oliver
58
5 6133 HIGH POWER w 1
D Browne
56.5
6 0999 IDLE SITUATION tw 3
M Murphy (a2)
54.5
7 7222 EXILIA MISS w 11
J Byrne
54
8 8060 SHAKOPEE w 6
M R Du Plessis
54
9 5531 BOCHY h 4
R Fradd
54
10 5136 CRUZ DE VEGA wbhn 15 J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 54
54
11 4746 COLOUR OF MONEY tn 5 R Wiggins
12 s745 EVOLO dh 10
J Lloyd
54
54
13 6036 RANCHO MONTOYA w 14 L Tarrant
14 4415 LUCKY CAPTAIN tdw 13 D Smith
54
15 0171 GOLDEN VALLEY t 8
M Mc Gillivray
54
16 2411 HOLBROOK cdwh 9
Ron Stewart
54
HIGH POWER 1, Kay Kay Boy 2, Evolo 3, Chillin With Dylan 4.
12.00
14.00
9.50
*3.50
4.40
26.00
15.00
61.00
18.00
15.00
21.00
15.00
26.00
19.00
26.00
34.00
RACE 5 Spill The Beans Yearlings 1200m 3.52 EQ4
$75,000. Open. Apprentices can claim.
1 s446 TYZONE cdwh 10
J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 59
2 24s0 SUSPENSE dwn 3
K Mc Evoy
55.5
3 s435 DREAM FINNISH dw 5 D Smith
55
4 1321 KIEVANN cdwn 8
54.5
5 6s98 PRINCEFAMOUS h 11
Ms T Harrison
54.5
6 6121 IMPREGNABLE dwh 4
J Lloyd
54
7 s3s0 MOGADOR wh 7
R Fradd
54
8 23s0 PRIMAL FLIGHT cdh 1
M Mc Gillivray
54
Ms C Frater-Hill (a3) 54
9 s0s6 BRATISLAVA hn 2
10 s727 BIG TREE cdh 6
M Cahill
54
54
11 s732 SWORD OF JUSTICE dwb 12 J Oliver
12 1416 I AM QUEEN wb 9
SCRATCHED
54
IMPREGNABLE 1, Tyzone 2, Suspense 3, Sword Of Justice 4.
RACE 1
1.27
RACE 6 @aquisfarm On Facebook 1100m 4.32 Q1
$105,000. 2yo. Apprentices can claim.
$45,000. Class 3 SW. Apprentices can claim.
RACE 3 Visit aquisfarm.com
Tips by Adam Sherry
TAB CODE: BR
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 7 & 9
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 2, 3, 4, 5
QUADDIE RACES 6, 7, 8, 9
• ON SKY RACING 1 & SKY THOROUGHBRED CENTRAL
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: True
RACE 1
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1. BOOM CHICKA BOOM (L D Kelly) 4g By All Too
Hard - Stolen Beauty (7:3-1-0): Took up a handy position in 3 len 4th of 12 (10) $4.60F 58.0 Dane Thunder
1208m Sale (Bm70) Good(4) May 30. Resumed with
len win of 7 (1) $2.90 57.5 Calzini, Excelebrazione 900m
Gold Coast (Bm65) Good(3) Dec 15. Consistent gelding.
Determined effort from handy position to win here
first-up. Subject to further improvement. Well placed
from the perfect draw. Can’t be taken lightly.
2. DUELLATOR (B J Dais) 5g By Pressday - Joust
(20:2-1-2): Rider - didn’t handle going when 9¾
len 7th of 8 (2) $151.00 51.0 Desert Cowboy 1050m
D’ben Hcp (C4) Soft(5) Dec 7. Safely held in 12½ len
4th of 5 (5) $61.00 54.0 Initialize 1000m Sunshine
Coast Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 21. Needs to improve
sharply. Faces stronger opposition now. Faces a task.
3. TOFU MICK (Diane Murphy) 6g By Onemorenomore - Tonkatsu (11:2-1-0): Tried hard but no match
for winner 2¾ len 2nd of 6 (3) $11.00 56.5 Ahwahneechee 1060m Kilcoy E&G (Bm65) Soft(5) Oct 9.
No match when 7¼ len last of 6 (3) $20.00 56.0 The
Real Boss 1010m Ipswich (Metro) Plate (C2) Good(3)
Nov 2. Returning from let-up. Formerly with Ben Ahrens. On pace but weakened right out of it at Ipswich
at latest. Up in class. Not fancied.
4. I AM QUEEN (T Busuttin & N Young) 4m By Animal
Kingdom (US) - Cat By The Tale (US) (8:3-0-2): Rider
told to use more care when 2½ len win of 9 (1) $5.50
57.0 Rox The Castle, I Am Someone 1100m Ballarat
(Metro) (Bm70) Soft(7) Nov 24. Battled away for 1¼
len 6th of 13 (1) $4.00F 55.0 Smart Coupe 1100m
F’ton 3yo+ F&M-Bm84 Soft(5) Dec 15. Wasn’t all that
far away at Flemington last start. Good win two starts
back at Ballarat. Drawn well. Worth some thought.
5. INITIALIZE (P H Duncan) 4m By Reward For
Effort - Initial Venture (12:3-1-4): Honest when 2¼
len, len 3rd of 4 (4) $2.90 55.0 Linlithgow, Zegota
900m Gold Coast (Metro) Hcp (C3) Good(4) July 18.
First-up finished 2¾ len win of 5 (3) $3.20 57.0 One
Stryke, Winter Passage 1000m Sunshine Coast Hcp
(C2) Good(4) Dec 21. Dominant on-pace winner in
weaker class at Sunshine Coast first-up. Fitter. Usually prominent. Each-way chance.
*2.80
12.00
13.00
11.00
26.00
3.50
15.00
21.00
16.00
12.00
10.00
—
1 211 THE ODYSSEY dw 10
J Orman
58.5
2
1 NEPTUNE’S SPEAR 16
B Stewart
56
3 4121 BETAIMA h 6
J Lloyd
55.5
4
13 HIGHTAIL w 2
SCRATCHED
55.5
5
4 LUBUK h 5
L V Cassidy
54.5
6
21 OH FIVE GLORY 13
T Marshall
54.5
7
12 BOOMSTRESS 1
L Tarrant
54
8
2 DEVINE FACTOR h 3
S Galloway
54
9 522 EXHILARATES 4
K Mc Evoy
54
10
1 HILLS 11
M R Du Plessis
54
Emergencies
11 3s5 BADOOSH 8
R Fradd
54
12
EXPLOSIVE QUALITY h 9
54
13
JOSHUA TREE 12
54
14
REAL FOXY LADY h 15
J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 54
15
CLAIRVUE MISSY h 7
R Fradd
54
16
4 UNDERWOOD 14
M Mc Gillivray
54
EXHILARATES 1, Devine Factor 2, Betaima 3, The Odyssey 4.
6.00
13.00
6.50
—
8.00
21.00
9.00
4.20
*4.00
15.00
18.00
23.00
71.00
61.00
16.00
34.00
RACE 7 @aquisfarm On Twitter 1200m 5.12 DD1 Q2
$75,000. 3yo. Apprentices can claim.
1 9s37 UNCONDITIONAL w 5
J Lloyd
2 s310 ARCHER’S PARADOX w 11 M Murphy (a2)
3 2411 GEMELLI h 12
M Cahill
4 1526 SPENDING MY TIME 7 J Guthmann-Chester (a2)
5 44s1 DOSS 9
D Smith
6 15s3 ELIXIR t 3
J Byrne
7 s626 PARKO cbh 10
R Wiggins
8 161s MYSTIC MIST tcwh 1
Ms B Ainsworth
9
1s1 SNOW VALLEY d 4
R Fradd
10 7s48 ZOOM BY d 8
Ron Stewart
11 71s LUCAP cwh 13
L Tarrant
12 6s26 SPOT ON SPUD 6
K Mc Evoy
13 427s LOVE STRUCK h 2
M R Du Plessis
ELIXIR 1, Snow Valley 2, Doss 3, Unconditional 4.
58
57
57
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
55.5
55
55
54.5
54.5
54
9.50
21.00
7.00
9.00
10.00
12.00
16.00
23.00
*3.10
16.00
41.00
9.50
10.00
RACE 8 Aquis Farm On youtube.com 1400m 5.47 Q3
$75,000. Class 6 SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 5s64 NO ANNAMOSSITY dw 6 D Smith
59
4.80
2 2s49 NATCH w 5
B Stewart
57.5 8.00
3 s304 SNITZ dw 9
R Fradd
57.5 5.00
4 s591 STAR REFLECTION dw 3 D Browne
57
7.50
5 1131 AUERBACH ch 8
J Lloyd
56 13.00
6 71s0 KUBIS tw 4
Ms T Harrison
56 26.00
7 s673 LOOKS LIKE ELVIS cw 12 J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 56 19.00
8 5970 NIKITAS dw 2
Ron Stewart
56 26.00
9 s224 OINK w 1
J Orman
56 *3.90
10 1140 TIME TO PLAY tch 7
M Mc Gillivray
55.5 126.00
11 75s5 CRUZE 10
J Byrne
54.5 15.00
12 5221 LULU EXPRESS wh 11
K Mc Evoy
54 19.00
13 s130 BE MY STAR w 13
M R Du Plessis
51 41.00
STAR REFLECTION 1, Oink 2, No Annamossity 3, Auerbach 4.
RACE 9 Aquis Chinese J.C. 1200m 6.25 DD2 Q4
$75,000. 0MW. Apprentices can claim.
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58 41.00
1432 TAIKO BOOM tw 6
J Byrne
58 23.00
1431 DESERT MAN cd 1
J Orman
57.5 7.00
2116 UNLIKELY STORY db 2 B Stewart
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0411 DREAM MASTER tcdh 4 J Lloyd
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1541 VOULAIT dwn 10
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s074 AANVOERDER td 3
R Fradd
56 19.00
1135 CONQUERING LASS tdw 15 M Murphy (a2)
56 18.00
0443 GENERAL COS tdwn 12 M Schrapel (a3)
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22s3 ABSOLUTLYPOSITIVLY cdh 16 M R Du Plessis
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1425 ALL EEZ 18
N Seymour
54.5 21.00
57s2 SKATE TO PARIS db 11
Ron Stewart
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Ms C Frater-Hill (a3) 54 126.00
1162 GOLD SUN tcdh 14
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97s7 STARWOOD dw 7
Ms T Harrison
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1315 TRUE MYTH cdwh 13
S Galloway
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Emergencies
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UNLIKELY STORY 1, Dream Master 2, Desert Man 3, Skate To Paris 4.
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.
6. METIS (T J Gollan) 5m By I Am Invincible - Mehitabel (NZ) (8:3-2-1): On return from break finished
1½ len win of 7 (6) $1.80F 58.5 Excelebrazione, New
Alliance 800m Ipswich (Bm60) Good(3) Nov 30.
Knuckled down well to score 3¾ len win of 9 (2)
$1.60F 58.5 Avasa, Commandeering 800m Warwick
Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 26. Fitter for two runs back. On
pacer. Keep safe.
7. SHOWUS YA DIAMONDS (B J Lockwood) 4m
By Time Thief - Brookton Flash (5:3-1-0): Inconvenienced at start when lg nk 2nd of 9 (3) $1.50F 59.0
Boasting 1200m Beaudesert F&M (Bm65) Soft(6)
April 25. Claimed nk win of 7 (2) $1.35F 56.5 Best
Dance Yet, Lady Micaela 1200m Sunshine Coast
F&M Hcp-C4 Good(4) May 6. First-up. Honest competitor. Placed in BM65 company at Beaudesert
first-up last campaign. Meeting easier opposition
here. Worth including.
8. WESTROCK (M J Dunn) 4g By Pierro - Mae Gone
West (US) (7:1-1-0): Settled handy when 5½ len 6th
of 8 (6) $11.00 58.0 Scratches 1800m Hawkesbury
Mdn Good(3) July 15. Took up the running when 1¼
len win of 6 (1) $3.80 59.0 Orsum Dream, Resonare
1600m Gosford Mdn Good(4) July 19. Fitter for 4
len 2nd Star Rock 1010m Murwillumbah barrier trial
Good(3) Dec 14. Resuming. Previously trained by G
Waterhouse & A Bott. Can figure in finish.
9. ACQUME (A J Edmonds) 4m By Sepoy - Acquired
(NZ) (12:2-3-1): Struck interference at start when
5½ len 9th of 11 (8) $13.00 55.0 From Within 1100m
C’field LR Alinghi Stakes Soft(6) Oct 20. Beaten but
not disgraced when 2¼ len 6th of 17 (6) $41.00 54.0
Teleplay 1200m F’ton LR Mss Security Soft(6) Nov 6.
Since registered 2 len win Kosciuszko Express, Rebel
Saga 1000m D’ben barrier trial (C2) Good(4) Dec 4.
Back from a let-up. Far from disgraced at Flemington last time out. Down in class. Good draw. Rates
highly.
10. ARCHER’S PARADOX: SCRATCHED
11. SHE’S A MITZY (Ms C Hickey) 5m By Dream
Ahead (US) - Listeners (18:2-3-2): Slowly away when
5¾ len 9th of 12 (4) $31.00 55.0 Beyondtheuniverse 1000m Sunshine Coast Hcp (C1) Soft(6) Dec
14. Inquiry into performance when ½ nk win of 7
(7) $91.00 54.0 Liu Bei, Inky Bay 1000m Sunshine
Coast Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 23. Going up in grade.
Not keen.
12. LADY MCCABE (Ms H Page) 3f By Spirit Of Boom
- Military Bride (8:2-2-0): Laid in early stages when
2¼ len 4th of 6 (3) $3.00F 56.5 Archade 1200m Ipswich 2yo Hcp Soft(7) June 29. Hung in near 800m
when 4¼ len win of 10 (3) $2.35F 55.0 Thomas The
Tank, Ask Audrey 800m Ipswich (Bm62) Good(3)
Dec 14. Freshened. Won in easy fashion at Ipswich
first-up. Among the dangers.
RACE 2
2.02
(1800m)
1. BAREFOOT (T J Sears) 3f By Show A Heart - Hey
Blondie (8:2-3-1): Struck interference at start, struck
interference on straightening when ½ len win of
10 (10) $6.50 54.0 Axella, Crafty Spirit 1400m Gold
Coast (Metro) 3yo Plate (C3) Good(4) Nov 28. Laid
in on straightening when ¾ len, nk 3rd of 5 (3) $3.80
58.0 Plitvice, Dawson Diva 1600m Sunshine Coast
(Metro) 3yo (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 26. Solid performer. Finished solidly to place at Sunshine Coast last
outing. Nice gate. One of the major players.
2. ROSENDAHL RED (M A Kropp) 3f By Red Dazzler - Rosendahl (11:3-2-1): Settled midfield when
1½ len 4th of 9 (4) $2.30 52.5 Dinisty 1640m Toowoomba Plate (C3) Soft(5) Dec 15. Shifted in near
turn, rider told to use more care when 1¼ len win
of 8 (4) $2.50F 54.0 Dinisty, Toorak Comedy 1640m
Toowoomba Plate (C3) Good(4) Dec 29. Overall record sound. Charged home to score at short odds at
Toowoomba last time out. Take beating.
3. SHIRANDA (J H Manzelmann) 3g By Bernardini
(US) - Permeate (GB) (10:2-0-0): Came from second
half of field for ½ len win of 9 (1) $7.00 56.0 Trerice,
Donavia 1560m Mackay Plate (C2) Heavy(8) Dec
13. Blocked for a run in straight, laid out throughout when 1¾ len 5th of 9 (8) $6.00 57.5 Mustarrid
1560m Mackay (Bm65) Good(4) Dec 22. Gave good
account at Mackay at latest. Win two back had merit. Awkwardly drawn. Outside chance for multiples.
4. PHANTOM SHADOW (B J Dais) 3g By Reliable
Man (GB) - Anna Maria (NZ) (4:1-0-0): Sound when
1¼ len last of 4 (4) $9.50 55.0 Pure Pulse 1400m
Gold Coast 3yo (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 15. Well beaten
15½ len 5th of 6 (4) $3.50 57.5 Jet Train 1710m Ipswich Hcp (C1) Good(3) Dec 28. Struggling to make
an impression. Only a place chance.
5. VISERION (Ben Currie) 3g By Spirit Of Boom Sweet Dragon (6:1-0-0): Handily placed when ¾ len
win of 9 (9) $4.80 54.0 Miyako Odori, Confessions
1300m Toowoomba 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 8. Fair effort in 2¾ len 4th of 5 (1) $19.00 54.5 Plitvice 1600m
Sunshine Coast (Metro) 3yo (Bm70) Good(4) Dec
26. Wasn’t all that far away at Sunshine Coast last
start. Performed very well at Toowoomba before
latest. Should be competitive.
6. MISS SARA (L G Ross) 3f By Mahisara Diamonds’n’pearls (17:1-2-4): Showed pace when
3¾ len, 1¾ len 3rd of 12 (11) $51.00 52.5 A Man To
Match, Trusty Lad 2000m D’ben 3yo Hcp Good(4)
Dec 8. Found the lead when 4 len 6th of 8 (1) $16.00
54.0 Trusty Lad 2200m E Farm 3yo Hcp Good(4) Dec
22. Fair effort without threatening at Eagle Farm last
outing. Right in this.
7. HE’S THE DEEL (S W Kendrick) 3g By Dundeel
(NZ) - Patronage (2:0-0-0): Kept trying 3½ len 6th
of 10 (8) $21.00 57.5 Blue Comet 1400m Sunshine
Coast Mdn Soft(6) Dec 9. Raced greenly, laid in in
straight when 1¾ len 4th of 10 (8) $5.50 56.0 Frankel Star 1400m Sunshine Coast Mdn Good(4) Dec
23. Just behind the placegetters at Sunshine Coast
last time out. Place preferred.
8. WINDERMERE (A J Edmonds) 3f By All Too
Hard - Rosetta Stone (GB) (5:1-0-1): Ridden on the
speed 4 len win of 12 (4) $8.50 55.5 Come Alive, Hez
Ekceptional 1605m Ballina Mdn Plate Soft(5) Dec 7.
Showed tactical speed for ½ len, ½ hd 3rd of 8 (8)
$2.60F 56.0 Diamond Deluxe, Sckam 2000m Coffs
Harbour 3yo+ (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 27. Honest customer. On pace but outgunned late at Coffs Harbour
at latest. Decent alley. Must be considered.
9. LOLLIPOP ROCKET (J H Manzelmann) 3f By
Mahisara - She’s Candy (21:2-1-3): Reasonable effort
3½ len 5th of 7 (5) $21.00 51.0 Strong Will 1300m
Mackay Plate (C6) Good(4) Dec 22. Kept grinding
3¾ len 6th of 11 (7) $2.60F 55.0 Warners Landing
1300m Emerald Hcp (Cl B) Good(3) Dec 31. Looking
elsewhere.
10. BLACKLOG (S J Morrisey) 3g By Tavistock (NZ)
- Monkey Magic (NZ) (4:0-0-0): Took up a handy
position in 4½ len 8th of 11 (10) $41.00 54.5 Belle Of
Cadiz 1400m Gold Coast Mdn Good(4) Dec 1. Eased
near 1000m when 5¾ len 4th of 8 (1) $31.00 54.5
The Full Monty 1400m Gold Coast E&G Mdn Good(3)
Dec 15. Average effort here last outing. Hard to recommend.
11. ON THE TWEED (Carolyn Halliday) 3g By Al
Maher - New Moves (5:0-1-0): Slowly away, checked
near 200m when 5½ len 5th of 14 (14) $14.00 57.5
Ester’s Rose 1255m Ballina Mdn Soft(5) Dec 7. Hampered at start, laid in in straight when 1¾ len 2nd of
10 (5) $10.00 56.0 Skylaazem 1405m Lismore Mdn
Good(3) Dec 21. Prefer others.
RACE 3
2.37
(1800m)
1. ARTICUS (K A Lees) 7g By Areion (GE) - Almerita
(GE) (29:5-5-2): Found the line intently for nk, lg
nk 3rd of 11 (10) $3.80F 55.0 Interlocuter, Fabrizio
1600m Goulburn Cup Good(3) Nov 25. Slowly away
when 5¼ len 11th of 13 (2) $21.00 53.0 Sky Boy
1600m R’wick G2 Villiers Stks Soft(6) Dec 15. Just
battled home in stronger class at Randwick at latest.
Drops in grade. Keep in mind.
2. HONEY TOAST (Ben Currie) 8g By Redoute’s
Choice - Purde (NZ) (34:9-9-1): Resumed with sht
hd, nose 3rd of 6 (1) $9.00 57.0 Spur Le Jouer, Ours
To Keep 1200m Sunshine Coast Open Hcp Soft(6)
Dec 9. Made up good ground when 1¼ len 2nd of
14 (14) $21.00 54.0 Bergerac 1600m D’ben LR Qlty
Good(4) Dec 29. Knocking on the door. Closed from
well back to fill the minors at Doomben last start.
Easier here. Fitter third-up. Commands respect.
3. PRIORITISE (S P Tregea) 5g By Rothesay - Kimash (27:9-1-3): Not flash in 4¼ len 5th of 12 (6)
$41.00 54.0 Victorem 1350m D’ben LR Lough Neagh
Good(3) Dec 15. Battled away for 2½ len 7th of 14 (5)
$9.00 55.0 Bergerac 1600m D’ben LR Qlty Good(4)
Dec 29. Battled on fairly at Doomben last outing.
Will find this a bit easier. Drawn favourably. Can play
a role.
4. AQUA VITE (S J Morrisey) 6g By Northern Meteor - Piquette (28:6-5-7): Settled handy when 5½
len 8th of 12 (7) $41.00 54.0 Victorem 1350m D’ben
LR Lough Neagh Good(3) Dec 15. Didn’t offer much
when 5 len 12th of 14 (6) $26.00 54.0 Bergerac
1600m D’ben LR Qlty Good(4) Dec 29. Coming off
an average run in stronger company at Doomben
last time out. Back in easier class. Has had success
at this track. Drawn to receive every chance. Can’t
be taken lightly.
5. EMPHASIS (R W Stephenson) 6g By Domesday - Rainbow (41:7-6-7): Overraced middle stages
when 2½ len 8th of 14 (7) $81.00 57.0 El Campeador
1630m D’ben (Bm90) Good(4) Nov 17. Failed to fire 5
len 8th of 9 (4) $17.00 56.5 Estikhraaj 2000m D’ben
(Bm90) Good(4) Dec 1. Freshened. Went to line only
fairly at Doomben at latest. Not the roughest.
6. MISS SHANTI (C J Waller) 4m By Pierro - Courting Destiny (IR) (15:2-4-5): Fought hard but no
match 2 len, 1¾ len 3rd of 7 (5) $3.40F 59.5 Semper
Fidelis, The Iron Maiden 2130m W Farm 3yo+ (Bm72)
Heavy(8) Nov 28. Gave all for sht hd 2nd of 12 (11)
$6.50 58.5 Devil’s Lair 2200m W Farm 3yo+ (Bm70)
Good(4) Dec 5. Freshened. On pace and fought on
bravely to place at Warwick Farm last start. Major
player.
7. SHE GOES POP (A J Edmonds) 6m By Ekraar (US)
- Repetition (NZ) (26:5-5-6): Handily placed when
¾ len win of 9 (3) $3.00F 55.0 Travistee, Shockfactor 1800m Sunshine Coast (Bm75) Soft(5) Nov 18.
Showed pace when 3¾ len, sht nk 3rd of 12 (12)
$18.00 55.5 Lota Creek Gold, Mishani Vaidra 2000m
D’ben Plate (C6) Good(4) Dec 8. Freshened. Handy
galloper. Kept working to line at Doomben last outing. Worth some thought.
8. VAULTING AMBITION (Chris Anderson) 6g By
Jet Spur - Talk To The Heart (26:4-5-3): Slowly away
when 3½ len 7th of 12 (3) $19.00 58.0 Lulu Express
1350m D’ben (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 8. Inconvenienced at start, lame after race when 3¾ len 5th of
16 (2) $26.00 57.5 Surprise Bullet 1600m E Farm
(Bm70) Good(4) Dec 22. Far from disgraced at Eagle
Farm last time out. Could sneak a place at odds.
9. ATARAXIA (S B Lee) 4g By Teofilo (IR) - Insouciance (13:2-1-1): First-up finished 4¼ len 11th of 13
(8) $19.00 59.5 Kievann 1305m Ballina Open Hcp
Soft(5) Dec 7. Slowly away when 5¼ len 8th of 10 (2)
$31.00 56.0 Portion Control 1405m Lismore (Bm83)
Good(3) Dec 21. Average effort at Lismore at latest.
Doesn’t look likely.
RACE 4
3.12
(2200m)
1. I FEEL GOOD (J G Symons & S Laxon) 10g By
Delago Brom - M’lady Fonteyn (NZ) (65:10-5-3):
Shifted out concluding stages, rider told to use more
care when 1¼ len win of 11 (8) $71.00 55.0 Bryneich,
Apoloboom 1615m D’ben (Bm85) Good(4) Dec 15.
Found rivals too strong 4½ len 9th of 12 (1) $41.00
54.0 Tally 2200m D’ben Qlty Good(4) Dec 29. Just
battled home at Doomben last start. Previous win
keeps him in contention.
2. CHILLIN WITH DYLAN (Ben Ahrens) 7g By Dylan
Thomas (IR) - Venassas Jig (US) (33:5-4-7): Worked
right to the line for ¾ len 2nd of 11 (6) $41.00 54.0
Magnufighter 2020m D’ben Qlty Good(4) Dec 15.
Ridden on the speed 7 len 10th of 12 (5) $31.00 54.0
Tally 2200m D’ben Qlty Good(4) Dec 29. Not much
went right at Doomben last outing. Improved showing wouldn’t totally shock.
3. HAPPY GO PLUCKY (J A Gilmore) 5g By Pluck
(US) - Dirty (29:7-6-3): Safely held in 4¾ len 5th of
12 (10) $17.00 59.0 Lota Creek Gold 2000m D’ben
Plate (C6) Good(4) Dec 8. Ran wide early stages
when 1¼ len win of 15 (4) $11.00 59.0 Shockfactor,
Bronzegate 2200m E Farm (Bm75) Good(4) Dec 22.
Reliable gelding. Impressive win at Eagle Farm last
time out. Worth including.
4. KAY KAY BOY (Ben Currie) 6h By Kodiac (GB) Namibia (GE) (15:4-4-2): Slowly away, inquiry into
performance when 3¾ len 5th of 9 (5) $2.70F 54.0
Coldstone 1600m D’ben LR Tab Brisbane Good(4)
Dec 8. Ran wide early stages when 2¾ len 10th of
14 (8) $12.00 54.0 Bergerac 1600m D’ben LR Qlty
Good(4) Dec 29. Wasn’t all that far away at Doomben at latest. Class drop helps. Among the dangers.
5. HIGH POWER (K A Lees) 4g By High Chaparral (IR) - Plumm (12:4-0-5): Hampered near 400m
when 1¾ len, ½ len 3rd of 15 (15) $15.00 57.5 Bobbing, Plaisir 1600m Kembla Grange Open Hcp
Soft(7) Dec 1. Shifted in near 200m when 1½ len, ½
hd 3rd of 12 (3) $6.00 60.0 Dylan’s Romance, Tunero
1900m C’bury 3yo+ (Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec 14. Freshened. Ready to win. Found line well to place at Canterbury last start. Drawn to effect. Include among
the better chances.
6. IDLE SITUATION (Glen Baker) 9g By Oratorio
(IR) - Airlie Bird (64:14-7-4): Took up a handy position in 11½ len last of 9 (5) $13.00 58.0 Happy Go
Plucky 1800m Gold Coast (Bm75) Good(3) Dec 1.
Rolled along in front 3¼ len 9th of 11 (5) $101.00
54.0 Magnufighter 2020m D’ben Qlty Good(4) Dec
15. Veteran galloper. Racing poorly. Looks tested.
7. EXILIA MISS (Stirling Osland) 5m By Nadeem Exilio (NZ) (33:6-4-3): Tried hard when nk 2nd of 7
(3) $6.00 56.0 Chosen Prince 2200m Scone 3yo+
(Bm74) Good(4) Dec 4. Attacked the line nk 2nd of 12
(11) $4.00 57.5 Baroque Girl 1900m Armidale Open
Hcp Good(4) Dec 18. Charged home to just miss last
outing. Place appeal only.
8. SHAKOPEE (Tony Haydon) 7g By High Chaparral
(IR) - Tentpole (US) (28:4-3-0): Beaten but not disgraced when 2½ len last of 6 (6) $8.00 59.5 Cruz De
Vega 1600m Sunshine Coast Hcp (C4) Good(4) Nov
23. Pulled hard during race, shifted out near 1000m
when 13¼ len last of 12 (3) $101.00 56.0 Lota Creek
Gold 2000m D’ben Plate (C6) Good(4) Dec 8. Freshened. Well down the track of late. Not likely.
9. BOCHY (K A Lees) 4g By Myboycharlie (IR) Kanyini (21:5-1-4): Slowly away when 2¼ len, 1¾
len 3rd of 8 (6) $3.70 60.5 Roman Doll, Bronzegate
2200m Sunshine Coast (Bm62) Soft(6) Dec 14.
Posted lg hd win of 7 (1) $6.00 56.5 Visona Playboy,
Travistee 1800m Sunshine Coast (Bm75) Good(4)
Dec 23. Good, determined win from off the pace last
time out. Outside chance for multiples.
10. CRUZ DE VEGA (Michael Costa) 4m By Lope De
Vega (IR) - Cuchurita (CH) (8:3-0-2): Made up late
ground for 2¾ len, lg hd 3rd of 8 (2) $4.80 57.0 Bryneich, Kathmandu 1690m Ipswich (Metro) Plate (C3)
Good(3) Dec 5. Sound when ¾ len 6th of 7 (2) $3.30F
56.5 Bochy 1800m Sunshine Coast (Bm75) Good(4)
Dec 23. Tough alley. Hard to make a case for.
11. COLOUR OF MONEY (Chris Anderson) 7g By
Pendragon (NZ) - It’s All Money (41:5-5-3): Slowly
away when 4¼ len 4th of 12 (5) $51.00 57.5 Lota
Creek Gold 2000m D’ben Plate (C6) Good(4) Dec 8.
Fair effort in 3¾ len 6th of 15 (12) $13.00 53.5 Happy
Go Plucky 2200m E Farm (Bm75) Good(4) Dec 22.
Fair effort without threatening at Eagle Farm last
start. Only a place chance.
12. EVOLO (A J Edmonds) 4g By All Too Hard - Asset
Rain (9:2-2-0): Slowly away, ran wide early stages,
shifted out near 400m when 3¾ len 4th of 8 (5)
$4.20 56.5 So Invincible 1400m Sunshine Coast Hcp
(C4) Soft(5) Dec 9. Slowly away, laid in in straight
when 2½ len 5th of 7 (5) $6.00 56.5 Winning Ways
1800m Sunshine Coast (Metro) Hcp (C2) Good(4)
Dec 26. Ran home respectably at Sunshine Coast
last outing. Well weighted. Should be competitive.
13. RANCHO MONTOYA (S W Kendrick) 4g By High
Chaparral (IR) - Isolda (NZ) (12:2-3-2): Got home
nicely to run ½ hd, ½ len 3rd of 11 (8) $6.50 59.5
Toan Thang, Ocean Addict 1600m Sunshine Coast
(Bm65) Soft(5) Dec 9. Slowly away, Three wide
when 4 len 6th of 16 (3) $41.00 57.0 Surprise Bullet
1600m E Farm (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 22. Battled on
fairly at Eagle Farm last time out. Needs luck from
out there. Place preferred.
14. LUCKY CAPTAIN (R L Heathcote) 4g By Captain
Sonador - Luckily (19:3-1-1): Overraced early stages
when 1¼ len win of 11 (6) $8.00 59.0 Korodon, The
Barracuda 2240m D’ben Plate (C2) Soft(5) Dec
7. Hit rail near 1000m when 2¾ len 5th of 15 (11)
$9.00 54.0 Happy Go Plucky 2200m E Farm (Bm75)
Good(4) Dec 22. Far from disgraced at Eagle Farm at
latest. Good win two starts back at Doomben. Wide
alley is a concern. Could sneak a place at odds.
15. GOLDEN VALLEY (Ethan Ensby) 4g By Widden Valley - Bush Triumph (13:3-0-1): Laid out early
stages, over-raced near 1600m, eased concluding
stages when 4 len 7th of 11 (6) $3.40F 55.0 Airlie Man
1905m Ballina Hcp (C3) Soft(5) Dec 7. Overraced early, middle stages when lg nk win of 9 (2) $3.90F 54.0
Cushty Princess, Invinciboy 2108m Lismore 3yo+
(Bm66) Good(3) Dec 21. Strong on-pace victory at
Lismore last start. Rough chance for minors.
16. HOLBROOK (S J Morrisey) 4g By Ocean Park
(NZ) - Zigalong (NZ) (21:2-4-3): Landed 5½ len win
of 10 (4) $2.05F 55.5 Kaz Bar Ruby, Terrorfilo 2200m
Ipswich Mdn Good(3) Dec 14. Settled handy when
1¼ len win of 12 (8) $5.50 55.5 Hierarchal, Sheezinajam 2200m Gold Coast Hcp (60) Soft(6) Dec 22. Dug
deep to salute here last outing. Place appeal only.
RACE 5
3.52
(1200m)
1. TYZONE (A J Edmonds) 5g By Written Tycoon Rezonet (26:13-3-2): Handily placed when 2¾ len
4th of 8 (4) $3.70 54.5 I’m A Rippa 1200m D’ben G3
George Moore Good(3) Dec 1. Wide throughout, laid
in near 100m when 4½ len 6th of 12 (10) $6.50 54.0
Victorem 1350m D’ben LR Lough Neagh Good(3)
Dec 15. Went to line only fairly in stronger event at
Doomben last time out. Back to weaker company.
Proven performer over this trip. Rates highly.
2. SUSPENSE (P & P Snowden) 6g By Keano (NZ) Intrigues (28:6-2-1): Hampered early on when 4½
len 4th of 9 (4) $6.50 59.0 Fiery Heights 1200m
D’ben E&G Plate (C6) Good(3) Aug 11. Hampered
near turn, vetted - no abnormalities when 4¾
len 10th of 13 (3) $8.50 54.0 Theanswermyfriend
1200m Racing.Com Park (Metro) Open Hcp Good(3)
Dec 8. Freshened. Average effort at Racing.Com
Park first-up. Outside chance for multiples.
3. DREAM FINNISH (M G Nolan) 6m By Captain
Sonador - Kililing (34:9-1-6): No match for winner
but still managed 2¼ len, 1¾ len 3rd of 6 (6) $13.00
54.5 Niccanova, Fiery Heights 1350m D’ben Open
Hcp Heavy(9) Oct 6. Shifted out near 400m when
4¾ len 5th of 9 (3) $9.00 54.0 Bel Burgess 1350m
D’ben Open Hcp Soft(5) Oct 20. Returning from letup. Just battled home at Doomben at latest. Suited
over this distance. Only a place chance.
4. KIEVANN (Lauren Herne) 8g By Niello - Typhoon
Billie (58:11-6-8): Overraced middle stages, eased
near 400m when len 2nd of 9 (4) $3.60 60.0 Chloride 1255m Ballina Open Hcp Good(3) Nov 26. Overraced early stages, blocked for a run near 400m
when len win of 13 (2) $3.70F 60.0 Puzzling Wonder,
Chloride 1305m Ballina Open Hcp Soft(5) Dec 7.
Freshened. Useful galloper. Quickened smartly to
score at Ballina last start. Keep in mind.
5. PRINCEFAMOUS (David Fletcher) 7g By Fast ‘n’
Famous - Vesuvia (NZ) (27:6-0-3): Struck interference at start, over-raced early stages, struck interference on straightening when 11¾ len last of 9 (3)
$31.00 58.0 Bold Chance 1200m D’ben Hcp (C6)
Good(4) Nov 24. Kept trying 1¾ len 8th of 10 (3)
$81.00 59.0 Impregnable 1200m D’ben Plate (C6)
Good(3) Dec 15. Worked home okay at long odds to
finish close to placegetters last outing. Has come up
with a horror draw. Place preferred.
6. IMPREGNABLE (A J Edmonds) 5g By I Am Invincible - Location (GB) (23:7-5-2): Showed pace when
½ nk 2nd of 9 (9) $8.00 55.0 Bold Chance 1200m
D’ben Hcp (C6) Good(4) Nov 24. Ridden on the
speed sht hd win of 10 (1) $12.00 57.0 Stanley Park,
Constant Flight 1200m D’ben Plate (C6) Good(3)
Dec 15. Racing in top order. Tough, tenacious on
pace win at Doomben last time out. Nicely weighted. Expect will be prominent from the decent draw.
Looks one of the main chances.
7. MOGADOR (G Heinrich & B Rodgers) 6g By
Lonhro - Essaouira (26:2-5-3): Slowly away when 4
len, nk 3rd of 8 (4) $8.00 55.5 From Within, Scorcha
1000m Sunshine Coast (Metro) Plate (C3) Good(3)
Sept 22. Slowly away when 5¼ len 10th of 15 (14)
$14.00 55.5 Ours To Keep 1200m E Farm (Bm90)
Good(4) Dec 22. Coming off an average run at Eagle
Farm first-up. Unlikely to trouble these.
8. PRIMAL FLIGHT (G Heinrich & B Rodgers) 8g
By Flying Spur - Primal Motion (30:7-6-1): Took up
a handy position in ¾ len, 2¼ len 3rd of 8 (5) $5.50
56.0 Kievann, Red Letter Day 1200m Gold Coast Hcp
Good(4) June 16. Three wide when 5¾ len 13th of 15
(11) $51.00 55.5 Ours To Keep 1200m E Farm (Bm90)
Good(4) Dec 22. Went to line only fairly at Eagle
Farm first-up. Not expected to threaten.
9. BRATISLAVA (B Witt) 5g By Medaglia D’Oro
(US) - Moravany (16:5-3-1): Respiratory issues, lost a
plate when 8¾ len 11th of 12 (7) $8.00 61.0 Star Of
Monsoon 1200m R’hill 3yo+ E&G (Bm80) Good(4)
July 14. On return from break finished 1¾ len 6th of
10 (6) $31.00 54.5 Impregnable 1200m D’ben Plate
(C6) Good(3) Dec 15. Wasn’t all that far away at long
odds at Doomben first-up. Will only be fitter. Eachway chance.
10. BIG TREE (P J Balzen & N Tanti) 6h By Snitzel Croft (17:2-7-1): Kept fighting when 1¼ len 2nd of 6
(6) $4.80 59.5 Bat A Kat 1100m Gold Coast (Bm80)
Good(3) Dec 8. Reasonable effort 3¾ len 7th of 15
(8) $21.00 54.5 Ours To Keep 1200m E Farm (Bm90)
Good(4) Dec 22. This looks too hard.
11. SWORD OF JUSTICE (Ben Currie) 6g By Medaglia D’Oro (US) - Joyeuse (33:6-5-4): Tried hard
but no match for winner 3¾ len, ½ nk 3rd of 15
(5) $26.00 56.5 Awesome Pluck, Ahwahneechee
1200m D’ben (Rs0mw) Good(4) Dec 8. Battled
away gamely lg nk 2nd of 5 (5) $2.80F 52.0 Monsieur Gustave 1200m Sunshine Coast (Metro) Open
Hcp Heavy(9) Dec 16. Worked home solidly to place
at Sunshine Coast last start. Has a light weight. Can
play a role.
12. I AM QUEEN: SCRATCHED
RACE 6
4.32
(1100m)
1. THE ODYSSEY (K M Schweida) 2c By Better Than
Ready - Jessica’s Hope (3:2-1-0): Overraced middle
stages when 3¼ len win of 7 (4) $16.00 56.0 Guntantes, Okeechobee 1110m D’ben 2yo Hcp Soft(6)
Oct 20. Settled handy when ¾ len win of 8 (5) $4.60
56.5 Sun City, Krameric 1110m D’ben LR Phelan
Ready Good(4) Dec 15. Charged home to score at
Doomben last time out. Meeting easier opposition
here. Pacy sprinter. Worth some thought.
2. NEPTUNE’S SPEAR (L F Birchley) 2c By Super Easy
(NZ) - Hestolemyroses (1:1-0-0): Scored 1¼ len win of 11
(7) $3.10F 57.5 Oh Five Glory, Valadyium 1050m D’ben
2yo Hcp Good(4) Nov 17. Back from a let-up. Up on the
pace and responded well to score at Doomben debut.
Badly drawn. Could sneak a place at odds.
3. BETAIMA (A J Edmonds) 2f By Better Than Ready
- Naima (4:2-1-0): Shifted out near 100m when sht
hd 2nd of 12 (3) $1.75F 57.0 Champagne Jet 1000m
Sunshine Coast (Metro) 2yo Hcp Good(4) Nov 10.
Recorded 1¾ len win of 9 (2) $2.90 55.0 Country
Cocktail, Eleven Eleven 1050m D’ben 2yo Plate
Good(3) Dec 1. Freshened. Ridden confidently and
got the job done at Doomben at latest. Front-running type. Worth including.
4. HIGHTAIL: SCRATCHED
5. LUBUK (C J Waller) 2c By I Am Invincible - Bippo
No Bungus (1:0-0-0): Overraced early stages, hung
out near turn, hung out in straight when 1¾ len 4th
of 8 (6) $13.00 56.5 The Odyssey 1110m D’ben LR
Phelan Ready Good(4) Dec 15. Solid debut performance and sure to improve into this. Down in class.
Among the dangers.
Continued page 46
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (3) Tofu Mick ear muffs off first time, tongue-tie off first time, winkers off first time
RACE 2: (4) Phantom Shadow blinkers off again, cross-over noseband off
first time
RACE 3: (4) Aqua Vite tongue-tie on first time; (6) Miss Shanti blinkers on
first time, winkers off first time
RACE 4: (8) Shakopee bit lifter off first time, butterfly bit on first time, ear
muffs off again; (10) Cruz De Vega winkers on first time; (12) Evolo off-side
bubble cheeker off first time, lugging bit on first time
RACE 5: (1) Tyzone blinkers on first time, winkers off first time; (9) Bratislava cross-over noseband off first time
RACE 6: (5) Lubuk, (11) Badoosh blinkers on first time; (7) Boomstress
tongue-tie on first time; (9) Exhilarates blinkers on again, cross-over noseband off first time; (14) Real Foxy Lady visors on first time; (15) Clairvue
Missy lugging bit on first time; (16) Underwood ear muffs pre-race only on
first time
RACE 7: (1) Unconditional blinkers on first time, winkers off first time; (7)
Parko blinkers on again; (13) Love Struck tongue-tie on first time
RACE 8: (13) Be My Star blinkers off first time
RACE 9: (9) General Cos blinkers on again, winkers off first time; (11) All Eez
cross-over noseband on again; (16) True Myth visors on first time
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LAST 15 STARTS: 12s7175s7s80237
2ND, 09Dec18 0.5L, nck Hawkesbury Bm64
1100m 59.5 (Ms R Freeman-Key 8) 9, Lim 54,
1:03.23 (Last 600m 34.31), Good(3), Black
Magnum 56.5 1, Crafty Tycoon 62.5 3, Undaoaf
52.5 4, Btg $31.00, $61.00 2nd throughout.
3RD, 14Dec18 1L, 2.8L Canterbury-N Bm70
1250m 54 (B Griffiths 4) 9, Lim 54, 1:13.93 (Last
600m 36.20), Heavy(8), Pembroke Castle 56.5
1, The Pharoah 60.5 2, Only Wanna Sing 57.5 4,
Btg $16.00, $21.00 4th to turn.
7TH, 26Dec18 2.6L Randwick Bm70 1200m 57
(Ms R Freeman-Key 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:10.68 (Last
600m 35.73), Good(4), Connemara 57 1, Zidane
57.5 2, Professor Marx 54 3, Btg $41.00, $61.00,
$41.00 2nd to turn.
Going up in grade and this looks too hard.
RACE 7
3yo & up
4.20 (1550m)
Track stats (past 12 months)
Winning favourites over this dist: 38%
Winning barriers over this track and
dist: 1: 23%, 2: 8%, 3: 8%, 4: 8%, 5: 8%, 6:
8%, 7: 31%, 8: 0%, 9: 0%, 10: 0%, 11: 8%,
12: 0%, 13: 0%,
1. SPECTROSCOPE (4) 60
bl/br g 6 Medaglia D’Oro (US) [All: 13.8% Dry:
13.5% Wet: 14.2%] — Diamondrella (GB) (Rock Of
Gibraltar (IR) [All: 11.4% Dry: 11.0% Wet: 11.7%])
(James Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$387,298
24
4
2
7
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
24
1
12
7
3
1
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—
1
2
1
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2nds
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1
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3rds
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1350 (1) 1500 (1) 1600 (1) 2000 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-1-1
2nd UP: 5:2-0-1
3rd UP: 5:1-0-1
4th UP: 5:0-1-1
WIN: 16.7%
PLACE: 54.2%
RTG: 99
LAST 15 STARTS: 7354s49343s3942
9TH, 10Nov18 2.3L Flemington (G 3) Derucci
Chatham Stakes 1400m 55.5 (W Buick 4) 14, Lim
54, 1:22.12 (Last 600m 35.42, Last 200m 12.26),
Good(4), Dreamforce 58 1, Widgee Turf 58.5 2,
Perast 55.5 3, Btg $17.00, $15.00 13th settling,
10th turn. Struck interference at start. Blocked
for a run near 100m.
4TH, 01Dec18 1.9L Rosehill (G 3) Festival
Stakes 1500m 57.5 (G Schofield 9) 10, Lim 53,
1:29.10 (Last 600m 35.04, Last 200m 11.82),
Good(4), My Nordic Hero 56 1, Goodfella 53
2, Chamois Road 59 3, Btg $9.00, $12.00 Last
to turn. Slowly away. Blocked for a run on
straightening. Inquiry into performance.
2ND, 22Dec18 lng nck, nck Warwick Farm
Open 1400m 59 (J Mc Donald 7) 10, Lim 52,
1:25.75 (Last 600m 35.74, Last 200m 11.76),
Heavy(8), Sir Bacchus 54.5 1, Conarchie 52 3,
Invinzabeel 58.5 4, Btg $6.50, $5.50 (fav). Last
to 800m, 8th turn.
Useful galloper. Let down strongly from
back half to place at Warwick Farm last
start. Drawn to effect. Strong claims.
2. INVINZABEEL (9) 59
b g 7 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8% Wet:
14.7%] — Belle Mia (NZ) (Zabeel (NZ) [All: 13.4%
Dry: 13.4% Wet: 13.3%]) (Mark Newnham)
P’Money
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1st
2nd 3rd
$498,360
45
7
6
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
45
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31
11
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2
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DIST: 1:0-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1400 (4) 1500 (1) 1600 (2)
1st UP: 9:1-0-3
2nd UP: 8:1-2-2
3rd UP: 6:2-2-0
4th UP: 6:1-0-1
WIN: 15.6%
PLACE: 42.2%
RTG: 97
LAST 15 STARTS: 811000s322557s4
5TH, 11Aug18 1.6L Rosehill Open 1400m
57.5 (B Shinn 6) 13, Lim 53, 1:24.11 (Last 600m
34.89, Last 200m 11.70), Good(3), Flow 55 1,
I Am Serious 53 2, Prized Icon 59 3, Btg $6.00,
$4.80, $5.00 3rd settling, 4th turn. Overraced
early, middle stages. Blocked for a run on
straightening. Inquiry into performance.
7TH, 23Aug18 5L Hawkesbury (LR) Polytrack
Rowley Mile 1600m 56.5 (T Angland 8) 12, Lim
54, 1:34.84 (Last 600m 34.34), Good(3), Mister
Sea Wolf 58.5 1, Flow 56 2, Alward 55.5 3, Btg
$8.50, $6.50, $7.00 5th settling, 4th to turn.
Hampered near 200m.
--- SPELL --4TH, 22Dec18 2.3L Warwick Farm Open
1400m 58.5 (J Parr 6) 10, Lim 52, 1:25.75 (Last
600m 35.74, Last 200m 12.14), Heavy(8), Sir
Bacchus 54.5 1, Spectroscope 59 2, Conarchie 52
3, Btg $7.00, $9.00, $8.50 6th to turn.
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 (5) 58
b g 5 Roman Emperor (NZ) [All: 16.1% Dry: 13.5%
Wet: 18.8%] — Laylia (Redoute’s Choice [All:
13.8% Dry: 14.9% Wet: 12.8%]) (P & P Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$394,898
20
6
4
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
20
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17
3
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Wins
—
6
—
—
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2nds
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3
1
—
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1600 (2) 1800 (2) 2000 (2)
1st UP: 4:0-1-2
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
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3rd UP: 4:1-2-1
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 30%
PLACE: 70%
RTG: 95
LAST 15 STARTS: s3121111s89290s
2ND, 11Aug18 sht nck, 1.3L Rosehill Open
1800m 58 (A Adkins 6) 11, Lim 53, 1:51.70 (Last
600m 35.59, Last 200m 11.98), Good(3),
Harper’s Choice 56 1, Mighty Lucky 58 3, Carzoff
55 including 0.5 over 4, Btg $5.50, $4.80, $6.50
4th to turn.
9TH, 25Aug18 6.1L Rosehill (G 3) Premier’s
Cup 1900m 54.5 (A Adkins 7) 13, Lim 53, 2:01.13
(Last 600m 35.37, Last 200m 12.18), Soft(5),
Avilius 53 1, I Am Serious 53 2, Testashadow 54.5
3, Btg $7.50, $12.00 6th settling, 7th turn. Rider
- didn’t handle going. Vetted - no abnormalities.
14TH, 15Sep18 9.5L Randwick (G 3) Kingston
Town Stakes 2000m 55 (A Adkins 2) 16, Set wts
with pen, 2:02.01 (Last 600m 34.87, Last 200m
12.72), Good(4), Avilius 56 1, Brimham Rocks 55
2, I Am Serious 53 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00, $31.00
7th settling, 8th turn. Checked near 200m.
--- SPELL --Fitter for ¾ len 2nd Fierce Impact 1200m
R’wick barrier trial Soft(6) Dec 17. Firstup. Down in class and a rough chance for
minors.
4. SIR BACCHUS (8) 57.5
ch/gr g 6 Sebring [All: 12.4% Dry: 12.3% Wet:
12.4%] — Bacchanal Woman (Encosta De Lago
[All: 12.0% Dry: 12.2% Wet: 11.7%]) (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$547,500
30
8
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
30
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21
7
2
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Wins
—
4
3
1
—
2nds
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2
—
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (5) 1400 (2)
1st UP: 7:2-1-1
2nd UP: 6:2-0-0
3rd UP: 6:2-1-0
4th UP: 4:2-0-0
WIN: 26.7%
PLACE: 36.7%
RTG: 94
LAST 15 STARTS: 60s04616006s391
3RD, 24Nov18 lng nck, 1.3L Rosehill Bm88
1300m 59 (S R Weatherley 6) 11, Lim 52.5,
1:16.06 (Last 600m 33.95, Last 200m 11.38),
Good(3), Cradle Mountain 57.5 1, Dyslexic 56.5
2, Smartedge 55.5 4, Btg $26.00, $31.00 9th to
800m, 10th turn. Jumped awkwardly.
9TH, 08Dec18 5.9L Rosehill Bm88 1400m
59 (S R Weatherley 8) 10, Lim 52, 1:22.54 (Last
600m 35.28, Last 200m 12.36), Good(3), Irithea
56.5 1, Smartedge 55.5 2, Onslaught 55 3, Btg
$7.50, $8.00 8th to 800m, 7th turn. Inquiry into
performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.
WON, 22Dec18 lng nck, nck Warwick Farm
Open 1400m 54.5 (T Berry 5) 10, Lim 52, 1:25.75
(Last 600m 35.74, Last 200m 11.78), Heavy(8),
Spectroscope 59 2, Conarchie 52 3, Invinzabeel
58.5 4, Btg $8.50, $6.50 9th settling, 7th turn.
Slowly away.
Overall record fair. Ridden patiently and
let down smartly to salute at Warwick Farm
last outing. Worth including.
5. SIR PLUSH (2) 55.5
b g 6 Pins [All: 13.0% Dry: 13.9% Wet: 12.0%] —
Luxurious Lady (US) (Theatrical (IR) [All: 23.0%
Dry: 27.5% Wet: 18.6%]) (Bjorn Baker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$396,585
34
7
6
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
34
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25
6
3
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Wins
—
6
—
1
—
2nds
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4
2
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (3) 1150 (1) 1287 (1) 1400 (2)
1st UP: 5:2-0-1
2nd UP: 5:0-2-0
3rd UP: 4:1-2-1
4th UP: 4:1-1-0
WIN: 20.6%
PLACE: 47.1%
RTG: 90
LAST 15 STARTS: 11450s552803874
8TH, 01Dec18 1.8L Rosehill (LR) Starlight
Stakes 1100m 53 (C Brown 8) 10, Lim 53, 1:03.55
(Last 600m 33.75, Last 200m 11.56), Good(4),
Invincible Star 57.5 1, Badajoz 54 including 1
over 2, My Favorite 53.5 including 0.5 over 3, Btg
$11.00, $15.00 Last to turn.
7TH, 22Dec18 5.4L Warwick Farm Open
1400m 55.5 (C Brown 2) 10, Lim 52, 1:25.75 (Last
600m 35.74, Last 200m 12.70), Heavy(8), Sir
Bacchus 54.5 1, Spectroscope 59 2, Conarchie
52 3, Btg $7.00, $9.00 4th to 800m, 5th
turn. Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
4TH, 29Dec18 0.9L Randwick Bm94 1600m
58 (J Collett 7) 9, Lim 52, 1:34.03 ((class record)
Last 600m 35.64, Last 200m 12.46), Good(3),
Tip Top 56.5 1, Berdibek 50.5 2, Gresham 53.5 3,
Btg $17.00, $21.00 led to turn.
Gave a good sight at Randwick last time
out. Drawn well. Can figure.
6. MORE ENERGY (6) 54.5
b/br g 8 Fastnet Rock [All: 13.7% Dry: 13.9% Wet:
13.6%] — Perfect Promise (SA) (Caesour (US) [All:
31.9% Dry: 23.9% Wet: 40.0%]) (J C Coyle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$302,800
41
6
4
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
41
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28
8
5
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Wins
—
4
1
1
—
2nds
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2
2
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3rds
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2
2
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1600 (1) 1800 (1) 1900 (1)
2020 (1) 2200 (1)
1st UP: 7:1-0-0
2nd UP: 5:0-1-0
3rd UP: 5:1-0-1
4th UP: 5:0-1-2
WIN: 14.6%
PLACE: 34.1%
RTG: 88
LAST 15 STARTS: 25s0493619809s0
13TH, 11May18 5.6L Scone (Metro) (LR) Darley
Scone Cup 1600m 54 (Ms W Costin 16) 16, Lim 53,
1:35.84 (Last 600m 34.29), Good(4), Sedanzer
53.5 1, Duca Valentinois 59 2, Kingsguard 57 3,
Btg $81.00, $101.00 15th to 1200m, Last to turn.
Blocked for a run near 200m.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 02Jun18 9.8L Rosehill Open 1800m 59
(Ms J Taylor 2) 10, Lim 53, 1:50.59 ((race record)
Last 600m 35.51), Good(4), Dagny 53 1, Harper’s
Choice 57.5 2, Black On Gold 58 3, Btg $31.00,
$51.00 5th settling, 6th to 800m, 8th turn.
--- SPELL --LAST, 22Dec18 8.4L Warwick Farm Open
1400m 54.5 (J Collett 1) 10, Lim 52, 1:25.75 (Last
600m 35.74, Last 200m 12.54), Heavy(8), Sir
Bacchus 54.5 1, Spectroscope 59 2, Conarchie 52
3, Btg $71.00, $101.00 8th settling, 9th 800m,
Last turn.
Was safely held at Warwick Farm in the
wet first-up. Expect long odds.
7. SAYED (10) 54.5
b g 6 Stormy Atlantic (US) [All: 28.9% Dry: 15.3%
Wet: 42.4%] — Saliyna (FR) (Linamix (FR) [All:
21.9% Dry: 22.9% Wet: 20.9%]) (Matthew Dale)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$287,065
25
5
4
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
25
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17
6
2
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Wins
—
1
3
1
—
2nds
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3
1
—
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3rds
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3
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1600 (1) 1850 (1) 2100 (1) 2400 (2)
1st UP: 7:2-0-2
2nd UP: 5:0-2-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 48%
RTG: 88
LAST 15 STARTS: 4s3849s525899s9
LAST, 04Aug18 94L Randwick Bm88 2400m
62 (J Mc Donald 2) 9, Lim 53, 2:31.70 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.07, Last 200m 21.80),
Good(3), Red Alto 58 1, Vaucluse Bay 57 2,
Exoteric 58 3, Btg $9.00, $10.00 led to 800m,
2nd turn. Inquiry into performance. Cardiac
arrhythmia. Trial to steward’s satisfaction.
9TH, 18Aug18 4.1L Randwick Bm88 2400m
62 (J Mc Donald 7) 10, Lim 53, 2:30.24 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.82, Last 200m 11.48),
Good(4), Segenhoe 53 1, Vaucluse Bay 58 2, Red
Alto 60.5 3, Btg $21.00, $13.00 7th to turn. Lost
a plate.
--- SPELL --9TH, 22Dec18 6L Warwick Farm Open 1400m
54 (Ms J Taylor 3) 10, Lim 52, 1:25.75 (Last 600m
35.74, Last 200m 12.40), Heavy(8), Sir Bacchus
54.5 1, Spectroscope 59 2, Conarchie 52 3, Btg
$31.00, $51.00 7th settling, 8th 800m, 9th turn.
Coming off a modest run in the wet at
Warwick Farm first-up. Badly drawn. Others
better.
8. NEW UNIVERSE (7) 53
b g 5 Darci Brahma (NZ) [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.6%
Wet: 13.2%] — Shalaka (Lonhro [All: 12.9% Dry:
12.6% Wet: 13.2%]) (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$286,633
26
5
2
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
—
18
7
1
—
Wins
—
1
3
1
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
4
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (3) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 4:2-0-1
2nd UP: 4:2-0-0
3rd UP: 4:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 19.2%
PLACE: 46.2%
RTG: 83
LAST 15 STARTS: 238350230s65544
5TH, 24Nov18 3.6L Rosehill Bm88 1300m
59 (T Angland 11) 11, Lim 52.5, 1:16.06 (Last
600m 33.95, Last 200m 11.54), Good(3), Cradle
Mountain 57.5 1, Dyslexic 56.5 2, Sir Bacchus 59
3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 Last to turn. Blocked for a
run on straightening.
4TH, 08Dec18 2.7L Rosehill Bm88 1400m
58.5 (J Mc Donald 7) 10, Lim 52, 1:22.54 (Last
600m 35.28, Last 200m 11.76), Good(3), Irithea
56.5 1, Smartedge 55.5 2, Onslaught 55 3, Btg
$9.00, $10.00 Last to turn.
4TH, 29Dec18 3.8L Randwick Bm88 1400m
58 (G Schofield 3) 6, Lim 53.5, 1:22.13 ((class
record) Last 600m 33.70, Last 200m 11.16),
Good(3), Redouble 56.5 1, Sweet Deal 55.5 2,
Bondi 53.5 3, Btg $9.00, $11.00 5th to turn.
Slowly away.
Ran home respectably at Randwick at
latest. Has a light weight. Not the roughest.
9. GRESHAM (3) 53
ch g 4 Sebring [All: 12.4% Dry: 12.3% Wet: 12.4%]
— Peach Tree (Bel Esprit [All: 12.0% Dry: 13.5%
Wet: 10.6%]) (C J Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$254,180
19
3
6
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
—
13
6
—
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
6
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
3
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 3:1-1-0
Won over: 1500 (1) 1550 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-2-0
2nd UP: 3:1-0-2
3rd UP: 3:0-1-2
4th UP: 2:1-1-0
WIN: 15.8%
PLACE: 73.7%
RTG: 81
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s213116325s433
4TH, 01Dec18 1.7L Rosehill Bm88 1300m 56 (J
Bowman 6) 11, Lim 53, 1:17.19 (Last 600m 34.45,
Last 200m 11.64), Good(4), Mapmaker 54 1,
Catesby 51 2, Drachenfels 56 3, Btg $7.00, $6.50,
$7.00 6th settling, 7th turn. Blocked for a run
on straightening. Blocked for a run concluding
stages.
3RD, 15Dec18 sht nck, sht nck Randwick Bm78
1400m 59 (S R Weatherley 12) 14, Lim 53, 1:24.57
(Last 600m 36.81, Last 200m 12.60), Soft(7),
Penske 60.5 1, Super Star Bob 55.5 2, Regent 57.5
4, Btg $8.00, $8.50, $7.00 led to turn.
3RD, 29Dec18 nse, 0.5L Randwick Bm94
1600m 53.5 (C Brown 8) 9, Lim 52, 1:34.03
((class record) Last 600m 35.64, Last 200m
12.32), Good(3), Tip Top 56.5 1, Berdibek 50.5
2, Sir Plush 58 4, Btg $3.50, $4.20, $4.00 5th to
800m, 4th turn.
Ready to win. Found line well to place at
Randwick last start. Gets in light and has a
lovely draw. Rates highly.
10. THE GETAWAY (1) 53
b g 5 Zoffany (IR) [All: 13.5% Dry: 12.0% Wet:
15.0%] — Centaure (NZ) (Centaine [All: 11.2% Dry:
11.2% Wet: 11.3%]) (P M Perry)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$231,360
37
4
3
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
37
—
26
8
3
—
Wins
—
4
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
3
1
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-1-0
Won over: 2000 (1) 2100 (1) 2200 (1) 2600 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-2
WIN: 10.8%
PLACE: 32.4%
RTG: 81
LAST 15 STARTS: 87380344145s006
LAST, 17Nov18 8.6L Rosehill Bm88 1500m
57.5 (J Parr 10) 10, Lim 52, 1:29.40 (Last 600m
34.18, Last 200m 11.98), Good(4), Notio 53 1,
Arraignment 53 2, Mutarakem 53.5 3, Btg $31.00,
$101.00 Last to turn.
--- FRESHENED --10TH, 15Dec18 6.6L Randwick Bm88 1600m
57.5 (Ms J Taylor 11) 12, Lim 52, 1:38.02 (Last
600m 35.96, Last 200m 12.66), Soft(7), Tip
Top 57 1, Organza 53.5 2, Roman Son 58 3, Btg
$151.00 Last to 800m, 11th turn.
6TH, 22Dec18 5.9L Warwick Farm Bm88
2110m 57 (Ms J Taylor 4) 9, Lim 52.5, 2:13.78
((class record) Last 600m 36.99, Last
200m 13.08), Heavy(8), Naval Warfare 59 1,
Mutarakem 53.5 2, Solo Mission 53 3, Btg $41.00,
$31.00, $51.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn.
Went to line only fairly in the wet at
Warwick Farm last outing. Faces a task.
RACE 8
3yo & up BM 78
5.00 (1000m)
Track stats (past 12 months)
Winning favourites over this dist: 50%
Winning barriers over this track and
dist: 1: 0%, 2: 0%, 3: 0%, 4: 25%, 5: 0%,
6: 25%, 7: 0%, 8: 25%, 9: 25%, 10: 0%,
1. TESSERA (9) 61
b g 5 Medaglia D’Oro (US) [All: 13.8% Dry: 13.5%
Wet: 14.2%] — Chatoyant (Flying Spur [All: 11.2%
Dry: 11.9% Wet: 10.5%]) (James Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$228,550
15
2
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
7
4
4
—
Wins
—
—
1
1
—
2nds
—
—
1
1
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (2)
1st UP: 5:1-1-0
2nd UP: 4:1-1-1
3rd UP: 4:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 13.3%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 80
LAST 15 STARTS: 7270s2304s556s0
5TH, 05May18 5.2L Rosehill Bm86 1200m
59.5 (Ms R King 6) 8, Lim 53, 1:10.82 (Last 600m
34.87, Last 200m 12.10), Good(4), Crafty Cop 58
1, Bon Amis 57 2, Mana 57 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00
3rd settling, 2nd turn.
6TH, 19May18 3.4L Rosehill Bm89 1200m 57.5
(Ms K O’Hara 3) 14, Lim 53, 1:10.58 (Last 600m
34.17, Last 200m 11.74), Good(4), Missile Coda
53 1, Dissolute 57.5 2, Star Reflection 53 3, Btg
$17.00, $26.00, $21.00 5th to turn.
--- SPELL --10TH, 22Dec18 8.3L Warwick Farm Bm88
1200m 56.5 (J Parr 1) 11, Lim 53.5, 1:11.74 (Last
600m 35.90, Last 200m 12.92), Soft(7), Easy
Eddie 55.5 1, Bel Sonic 55.5 2, Redouble 56.5 3,
Btg $17.00, $21.00, $13.00 5th to turn.
Fitter. Ordinary first-up but usually
improves second-up and drops in class
here. Keep safe.
2. INVINCIBLE QUEST (5) 59.5
b/br g 6 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8%
Wet: 14.7%] — Dantains Quest (Quest For Fame
(GB) [All: 10.3% Dry: 9.2% Wet: 11.5%]) (B A
Partelle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$109,030
9
5
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
8
1
—
—
Wins
—
5
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 4:2-0-0
Won over: 900 (1) 1000 (2) 1100 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:2-0-0
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-1
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 55.6%
PLACE: 66.7%
RTG: 77
LAST 15 STARTS: 1sP13s17116s
WON, 15Nov17 2L, 0.5L Hawkesbury (Metro)
Bm76 1000m 56.5 (T Clark 7) 7, Lim 53, 56.15s
((class record) Last 600m 32.94), Good(3),
Wanna Get A What 59 2, Timing 56.5 3, Eleazar
51.5 4, Btg $7.00, $4.60, $5.50 Last to turn.
WON, 01Dec17 nck, 1L Canterbury-N Bm86
1100m 54 (T Clark 3) 9, Lim 51.5, 1:04.01 ((class
record) Last 600m 35.19), Good(4), Il Mio
Destino 57 2, Pick Me Up 55 3, Accepted 58 4, Btg
$4.60, $5.00, $4.20 (eq fav). 6th to turn.
--- LET-UP --LAST, 07Feb18 34.6L Randwick Bm75 1000m
59 (J Van Overmeire 6) 6, Lim 53, 58.78s (Last
600m 34.16), Good(4), What Could Be 56 1,
Akasaki 59.5 2, Moccasin Miss 54 3, Btg $3.00,
$3.50 Last to turn. Bucked at start. Trial to
steward’s satisfaction.
--- SPELL --Had five trials last year, latest ½ nk win
Raiden, Emperor Harada 800m Gosford
barrier trial Good(4) Dec 18. Resuming.
Bears close watching.
3. REVENIRE (1) 59.5
b h 4 Lonhro [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.6% Wet: 13.2%]
— Come Hither (Redoute’s Choice [All: 13.8% Dry:
14.9% Wet: 12.8%]) (James Cummings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$241,265
15
4
5
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
7
4
4
—
Wins
—
3
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
3
2
—
3rds
—
—
—
2
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 5:2-3-0
Won over: 1000 (2) 1100 (2)
1st UP: 4:2-2-0
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 26.7%
PLACE: 73.3%
RTG: 77
LAST 15 STARTS: s24s11332s22972
9TH, 10Nov18 5.6L Flemington Bm80 1100m
62 (W Buick 12) 16, Lim 53, 1:03.28 (Last 600m
33.96, Last 200m 12.16), Good(3), Order Of
Command 58 1, Sirius Suspect 58.5 2, Esperance
62 3, Btg $6.00, $11.00 13th settling, 14th 800m,
15th 400m.
7TH, 01Dec18 3L Rosehill Bm88 1300m 55 (B
Avdulla 7) 11, Lim 53, 1:17.19 (Last 600m 34.45,
Last 200m 11.86), Good(4), Mapmaker 54 1,
Catesby 51 2, Drachenfels 56 3, Btg $4.00, $7.00
7th settling, 6th turn. Inquiry into performance.
Lost a plate. Vetted - no abnormalities.
2ND, 22Dec18 3.5L, sht hd Warwick Farm
Bm78 1000m 59.5 (J Mc Donald 6) 7, Lim 52,
58.76s (Last 600m 34.38, Last 200m 11.88),
Heavy(8), Heart Conquered 54 1, Ghostly 59
3, Difficult To Get 56.5 4, Btg $3.80, $4.60 5th
settling, 6th turn.
Consistent horse who ran home well to fill
the minors at Warwick Farm last time out.
Nice gate. Can play a key role.
4. HEART CONQUERED (7) 58
ch g 3 Akeed Mofeed (GB) [All: 21.0% Dry: 11.9%
Wet: 30.0%] — Heart To Fear (Show A Heart [All:
12.1% Dry: 11.9% Wet: 12.4%]) (M, W & J Hawkes)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$149,750
10
4
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
10
—
7
1
2
—
Wins
—
1
1
2
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 7:4-0-0
Won over: 1000 (4)
1st UP: 3:2-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
WIN: 40%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 78
LAST 15 STARTS: 4s186s144311
3RD, 17Nov18 2.3L, 1L Rosehill 3yo Bm76
1100m 55.5 (B Avdulla 7) 7, Lim 52, 1:03.64 (Last
600m 33.52, Last 200m 11.78), Good(4), Chess
Star 59 1, Roheryn 57.5 2, Pembroke Castle 54.5
4, Btg $21.00, $17.00 2nd to turn. Overraced
early stages.
WON, 28Nov18 2.3L, sht nck Warwick Farm
Bm76 1000m 55 (B Avdulla 4) 6, Lim 53.5, 59.38s
(Last 600m 34.69), Heavy(8), Sikhing Glory 60
2, Deprive 58 3, Aimalac Millie 57.5 4, Btg $8.00,
$4.80 led throughout.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 22Dec18 3.5L, sht hd Warwick Farm
Bm78 1000m 54 (T Berry 3) 7, Lim 52, 58.76s
(Last 600m 34.38, Last 200m 11.84), Heavy(8),
Revenire 59.5 2, Ghostly 59 3, Difficult To
Get 56.5 4, Btg $1.90, $2.10, $2.00 (fav). led
throughout.
Chasing hat-trick. Commanding on-pace
winner in the wet this grade at Warwick
Farm at latest. Front-running and again one
of the major players.
5. DARKTOWN STRUTTER (8) 57
b m 4 I Am Invincible [All: 16.8% Dry: 18.8% Wet:
14.7%] — Plenty Of Glamour (Desert Sun (GB)
[All: 9.2% Dry: 9.7% Wet: 8.7%]) (K M Schweida)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$110,700
12
7
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
—
11
1
—
—
Wins
—
7
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 800 (1) 900 (4) 1000 (1) 1100 (1)
1st UP: 4:3-0-0
2nd UP: 3:3-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 58.3%
PLACE: 58.3%
RTG: 76
LAST 15 STARTS: s1160s1181s115s
WON, 20Jul18 hd, 1.3L Ipswich 3yo Open
1000m 59 (J Lloyd 5) 5, Lim 54, 58.74s (Last
600m 34.16), Good(4), I Am Venus 54 2,
Dazzling Red 58 3, Loveson 54 4, Btg $1.60, $1.65
(fav). 2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 18Aug18 0.8L, nse Gold Coast (Metro)
Cls 6 900m 57 (J Lloyd 6) 11, Set weights, 51.12s
(Last 600m 33.26), Good(4), Rebel Miss 54
2, Blue Seattle 52.5 3, Girl In A Million 55.5 4,
Btg $3.80, $3.50 (fav). 8th settling, 7th turn.
Blocked for a run on straightening.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 15Sep18 5.2L Doomben Open 1200m
54 (J Lloyd 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:09.35 (Last 600m
33.71), Good(4), Tversky 56.5 1, Niccanova 56 2,
Cannyescent 59 3, Btg $6.00, $4.60 3rd settling,
led turn. Shifted in early on. Eased near 800m.
--- SPELL --First-up. Won three from four first-up
including game win in Open company at
Ipswich first-up last time in. Watch betting.
6. RAIDEN (3) 57
b g 5 Foxwedge [All: 13.5% Dry: 13.2% Wet:
13.8%] — Glowlamp (Encosta De Lago [All: 12.0%
Dry: 12.2% Wet: 11.7%]) (K A Lees)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$91,170
14
3
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
—
12
2
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 3:1-0-1
Won over: 1000 (1) 1100 (2)
1st UP: 3:1-0-1
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:1-1-0
WIN: 21.4%
PLACE: 42.9%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: s31215s1002555s
5TH, 11Jun18 4.3L Randwick-Kensington ,
C,H&G’s Bm78 1100m 59 (J Collett 7) 10, Lim 53,
1:03.06 (Last 600m 34.34), Soft(5), Easy Eddie
59 1, Wander 56.5 2, Ebenos 57.5 3, Btg $10.00,
$11.00 9th to 800m, Last turn. Checked early
stages.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 14Jul18 3.4L Sunshine Coast (Metro) Cls
3 1000m 59 (J Lloyd 11) 13, Set weights, 59.23s
(Last 600m 34.99), Soft(6), Jetsonic 59 1, Makes
You Think 57 2, Totally Charmed 55 3, Btg $5.00,
$4.00, $4.60 (fav). 9th settling, 8th turn. 5
Wide. Inconvenienced near 200m.
5TH, 28Jul18 7.3L Doomben Cls 6 1110m 54 (J
Lloyd 6) 7, Lim 54, 1:03.33 (Last 600m 33.09),
Good(4), Spurcraft 56.5 1, Malvern Estate 58.5
2, My Girl Hayley 56.5 3, Btg $10.00, $8.50 6th
settling, Last turn. Slowly away. Overraced early
stages.
--- SPELL --Had the benefit of ½ nk 2nd Invincible
Quest 800m Gosford barrier trial Good(4)
Dec 18. Resuming after three trials. Goes
well for Avdulla. Watch betting.
7. DIFFICULT TO GET (2) 56.5
br m 5 Tickets [All: 9.9% Dry: 8.8% Wet: 10.9%]
— Stellana (Testa Rossa [All: 11.4% Dry: 11.7%
Wet: 11.2%]) (J N Englebrecht)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$262,410
27
6
6
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
27
—
19
5
3
—
Wins
—
5
—
1
—
2nds
—
4
2
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 9:4-3-1
Won over: 1000 (3) 1005 (1) 1100 (1) 1150 (1)
1st UP: 7:1-3-1
2nd UP: 5:1-1-0
3rd UP: 5:1-1-1
4th UP: 4:1-0-0
WIN: 22.2%
PLACE: 55.6%
RTG: 75
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s242416s3849s4
RACING 49
4TH, 30Jun18 4.2L Rosehill , F&M’s Bm80
1100m 59.5 (T Angland 6) 6, Lim 53, 1:06.65 (Last
600m 35.81, Last 200m 12.82), Soft(7), Gala
Moshea 50 1, Aimalac Millie 56 2, Brook Magic
57.5 3, Btg $4.00, $3.00 2nd to turn. Inquiry into
performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 28Jul18 4L Rosehill Bm79 1100m 57.5 (A
Adkins 8) 12, Lim 53, 1:04.46 (Last 600m 34.58,
Last 200m 11.80), Good(4), Sharpe Hussler 56.5
1, Condor Heroes 58.5 2, Niccolance 59 3, Btg
$9.00, $15.00, $13.00 8th to turn. Inquiry into
performance.
--- SPELL --4TH, 22Dec18 4.5L Warwick Farm Bm78
1000m 56.5 (C Brown 1) 7, Lim 52, 58.76s (Last
600m 34.38, Last 200m 12), Heavy(8), Heart
Conquered 54 1, Revenire 59.5 2, Ghostly 59 3,
Btg $6.50, $8.00 4th settling, 3rd turn. Checked
on straightening.
Average effort in the wet this level at
Warwick Farm first-up. Will only be fitter.
Outside chance for multiples.
8. REBEL MISS (4) 56.5
b/br m 5 Krupt [All: 10.6% Dry: 11.6% Wet: 9.7%]
— Marju Rani (NZ) (Marju (IR) [All: 13.1% Dry:
13.6% Wet: 12.7%]) (Matthew Smith)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$180,305
23
4
3
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
23
—
17
4
2
—
Wins
—
4
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 13:2-1-2
Won over: 900 (1) 1000 (2) 1050 (1)
1st UP: 4:2-0-0
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-1-1
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 17.4%
PLACE: 43.5%
RTG: 75
LAST 15 STARTS: 4167s443535232s
2ND, 21Jul18 hd, 0.8L Randwick Bm80
1000m 53.5 (S R Weatherley 5) 11, Lim 53, 57.53s
(Last 600m 33.78, Last 200m 11.56), Good(3),
Bandipur 60 1, Junglized 56.5 3, Wanna Get A
What 57 4, Btg $7.50, $6.00 6th settling, 7th
turn.
3RD, 04Aug18 4.8L, sht 1/2 hd Randwick
Bm78 1000m 55 (S R Weatherley 11) 14, Lim 53,
56.23s ((class record) Last 600m 33.40, Last
200m 11.52), Good(3), Soothing 57.5 1, Pedway
57.5 2, Three Sheets 57.5 4, Btg $10.00, $11.00,
$7.50 12th to turn. Checked early stages.
2ND, 18Aug18 0.8L, nse Gold Coast (Metro)
Cls 6 900m 54 (M Mc Gillivray 9) 11, Set weights,
51.12s (Last 600m 33.26), Good(4), Darktown
Strutter 57 1, Blue Seattle 52.5 3, Girl In A Million
55.5 4, Btg $4.00 9th settling, 10th turn.
Hampered at start.
--- SPELL --Prepared for this with 2¼ len win Bolero
King, Flamin’ Al 807m W Farm barrier trial
Soft(5) Dec 27. First-up. Honest customer
with a good first-up record. Decent alley.
Should be competitive.
9. WANNA GET A WHAT (10) 55
br/gr g 5 Alert (AR) [All: 9.1% Dry: 10.2% Wet:
7.9%] — Bettagetawriggleon (Fubu [All: 9.4%
Dry: 10.8% Wet: 7.9%]) (G P Vella)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$121,310
17
6
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
—
12
3
2
—
Wins
—
4
1
1
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 14:5-2-0
Won over: 1000 (5) 1100 (1)
1st UP: 4:2-0-0
2nd UP: 4:2-1-0
3rd UP: 4:0-2-1
4th UP: 4:2-0-0
WIN: 35.3%
PLACE: 58.8%
RTG: 68
LAST 15 STARTS: 1215s1236s1497s
4TH, 21Jul18 1.1L Randwick Bm80 1000m 57
(J Parr 7) 11, Lim 53, 57.53s (Last 600m 33.78,
Last 200m 11.79), Good(3), Bandipur 60 1, Rebel
Miss 53.5 2, Junglized 56.5 3, Btg $7.00, $7.50,
$5.50 led to turn.
9TH, 04Aug18 6L Randwick Bm78 1000m 58
(T Angland 8) 14, Lim 53, 56.23s ((class record)
Last 600m 33.40, Last 200m 12.18), Good(3),
Soothing 57.5 1, Pedway 57.5 2, Rebel Miss 55
3, Btg $7.00, $10.00, $9.00 2nd to turn. Lame
after race.
7TH, 12Aug18 2.4L Wagga Open 1000m 60.5
(A Sweeney 8) 8, Lim 54, 58.66s (Last 600m
34.55), Soft(5), Miss Liffey 62 1, Stone Cold 57
2, Not Too Sure 54 3, Btg $2.10, $2.35 (fav). led
to 800m, 3rd turn. Inquiry into performance.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --Canberra 5yo resuming in town without
a trial and has a wide gate to contend with.
Only a place chance.
10. ANNA’S JOY (12) 54
ch m 5 Wanted — Rosarino P Niceforo
SCRATCHED
11. SEI STELLA (6) 54
ch m 4 Not A Single Doubt [All: 13.3% Dry: 11.9%
Wet: 14.7%] — Furla (Spartacus [All: 10.6% Dry:
11.4% Wet: 9.8%]) (Matthew Dale)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$115,755
6
4
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
—
4
1
1
—
Wins
—
3
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
1
—
3rds
—
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 5:4-1-0
Won over: 1000 (4)
1st UP: 3:3-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 66.7%
PLACE: 83.3%
RTG: 70
LAST 15 STARTS: 1217s1s1
7TH, 18Apr18 3.6L Randwick-Kensington
3yo Bm74 1100m 53.5 (J Ford 4) 8, Lim 53.5,
1:03.16 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), Warranty
57 1, Sedition 55.5 2, Royal Phoenix 56 3, Btg
$5.50, $5.00 (fav). led to turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- SPELL --WON, 15Sep18 3.3L, lng nck Randwick Cls 3
1000m 53.5 (J Ford 4) 10, Lim 53, 57.15s (Last
600m 33.46, Last 200m 11.58), Good(4),
Lifesaver 57 2, Prince Planet 53.5 3, Cheat’m 53.5
4, Btg $3.80, $4.60 (fav). led throughout.
--- SPELL ---
Continued page 50
50 RACING
From page 49
WON, 15Dec18 2.8L, lng hd Randwick Cls 3
1000m 56.5 (J Ford 3) 10, Lim 53, 58.24s (Last
600m 34.93, Last 200m 12.36), Soft(6), Anchois
53.5 2, Invincible Tammy 51 3, Manzana 56 4, Btg
$2.50, $2.90 (fav). led throughout.
Dual TAB Highway winner who faces
stiffer challenge here. Place only.
12. LE DEJEUNER (11) 53
br m 5 Commands [All: 12.9% Dry: 12.5% Wet:
13.4%] — Leamington (US) (Pleasant Tap (US)
[All: 17.8% Dry: 10.6% Wet: 25.0%]) (R & L Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$61,590
17
3
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
—
10
4
2
1
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 13:3-1-2
Won over: 1000 (1) 1010 (1) 1020 (1)
1st UP: 4:2-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-2
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 17.6%
PLACE: 35.3%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s14371s523468s
4TH, 29Jun18 4.1L Moruya Bm61 1010m 59.5
(B Ryan 7) 12, Lim 54, 59.44s (Last 600m 34.69),
Heavy(8), Torchbearer 60 1, Rumba Queen
61.5 2, Missed Out 59 3, Btg $4.60, $5.50 5th to
800m, 3rd turn.
6TH, 15Jul18 3.9L Hawkesbury Bm65 1000m
55 (B Ryan 7) 8, Lim 54, 57.05s (Last 600m
33.36), Good(3), Little Red Shoes 55.5 1, Military
Academy 62 2, Bel’s Boy 57.5 3, Btg $6.00, $7.50
6th throughout. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 18Aug18 4.3L Kembla Grange Bm66
1000m 54 (B Ryan 4) 8, Lim 54, 58.24s (Last
600m 33.66), Good(3), Little Red Shoes 56.5
1, La Renarde 58 2, Bounding Badger 55 3, Btg
$10.00, $11.00, $8.50 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- SPELL --First-up in stronger class and drawn off
the track. Looking elsewhere.
RACE 9
3yo & up BM 78
5.40 (1550m)
Track stats (past 12 months)
Winning favourites over this dist: 38%
Winning barriers over this track and
dist: 1: 23%, 2: 8%, 3: 8%, 4: 8%, 5: 8%, 6:
8%, 7: 31%, 8: 0%, 9: 0%, 10: 0%, 11: 8%,
12: 0%, 13: 0%,
1. COONAWARRA (7) 61
ch g 5 Snitzel [All: 15.6% Dry: 14.9% Wet: 16.2%]
— Roses ‘n’ Wine (CA) (Broken Vow (US) [All:
5.0% Dry: 10.0% Wet: 0.0%]) (G Waterhouse
& A Bott)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$151,370
18
5
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
18
—
10
5
3
—
Wins
—
3
1
1
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-1-0
Won over: 1400 (1) 1500 (1) 1580 (1) 1750 (1)
2000 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-0-1
2nd UP: 4:2-0-1
3rd UP: 3:2-1-0
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 27.8%
PLACE: 44.4%
RTG: 80
LAST 15 STARTS: s331168s01199s0
WON, 30Jun18 0.5L, nck Rosehill 4yo and
UP Bm79 1500m 59.5 (B Avdulla 14) 15, Lim 53,
1:33.93 (Last 600m 36.60, Last 200m 12.36),
Soft(7), Dylan’s Romance 53 2, Screamarr 56.5
3, The Avenger 60 4, Btg $13.00, $17.00 2nd to
turn.
LAST, 21Jul18 17.4L Randwick Bm92 1600m
55.5 (B Avdulla 1) 9, Lim 53, 1:35.18 (Last 600m
35.36, Last 200m 14.16), Good(4), Gaulois 54.5 1,
Gresham 54.5 2, Dagny 57 3, Btg $8.00, $11.00
3rd to turn. Inquiry into performance. Vetted no abnormalities, ordered to trial.
9TH, 04Aug18 6.6L Randwick Bm91 1600m
56 (A Hyeronimus 8) 10, Lim 53, 1:35.66 ((class
record) Last 600m 33.88, Last 200m 12.18),
Good(3), Avilius 59.5 1, Dagny 57.5 2, Brimham
Rocks 57.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00, $17.00 led to
turn. Checked near 200m. Lost a plate.
--- SPELL --LAST, 22Dec18 18L Warwick Farm Bm88
1200m 56 (A Hyeronimus 5) 11, Lim 53.5, 1:11.74
(Last 600m 35.90, Last 200m 14.28), Soft(7),
Easy Eddie 55.5 1, Bel Sonic 55.5 2, Redouble 56.5
3, Btg $31.00, $101.00 2nd to turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
Showed pace but gave in easily at
Warwick Farm first-up. Hard to recommend.
2. PLYMOUTH ROAD (4) 59
b g 6 Tavistock (NZ) [All: 13.4% Dry: 13.0% Wet:
13.9%] — Dastaria (NZ) (Stark South (US) [All:
7.8% Dry: 6.8% Wet: 8.8%]) (Matthew Smith)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$174,525
27
5
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
27
—
13
9
5
—
Wins
—
2
1
2
—
2nds
—
—
3
—
—
3rds
—
1
2
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1500 (1) 1850 (1) 2000 (1) 2400 (2)
1st UP: 5:0-0-2
2nd UP: 5:1-0-1
3rd UP: 5:1-1-0
4th UP: 4:1-0-1
WIN: 18.5%
PLACE: 44.4%
RTG: 76
LAST 15 STARTS: 8s0665s3473219s
3RD, 16May18 0.5L, 0.5L Warwick Farm
Bm75 2130m 58.5 (B Shinn 9) 10, Lim 53, 2:11.96
(Last 600m 35.27), Good(4), Tashidelek 57 1,
Tinkermosa 56 2, Chief Kidder 53 4, Btg $13.00,
$15.00, $11.00 8th to 1200m, 3rd 800m, 2nd
turn. Checked early stages.
2ND, 30May18 sht hd, lng nck Warwick Farm
Bm77 2200m 57.5 (K Mc Evoy 2) 8, Lim 53, 2:18.71
(Last 600m 37.08), Soft(6), Follow Suit 55 1,
Mornington 57 3, Solo Mission 60 4, Btg $4.60
led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 23Jun18 2.3L, 3.8L Randwick Bm82
2400m 55.5 (A Hyeronimus 1) 7, Lim 53, 2:35.43
(Last 600m 36.57, Last 200m 12.78), Heavy(9),
Only Tiger 55 2, Solo Mission 58 3, Richard Of
Yorke 57.5 4, Btg $4.60, $5.00 led throughout.
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LAST, 07Jul18 31.7L Randwick Bm80
2400m 59 (A Hyeronimus 3) 9, Lim 53, 2:37.09
(Last 600m 39.73, Last 200m 17.60), Soft(7),
Ombudsman 53.5 including 0.5 over 1, Only
Tiger 56.5 2, Diamond Star Halo 53 3, Btg $4.60,
$4.80, $4.60 4th settling, 3rd to 800m, 5th
turn. Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no
abnormalities, ordered to trial.
--- SPELL --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 (11) 59
bl/br g 7 Ekraar (US) [All: 10.5% Dry: 9.9% Wet:
11.0%] — Drumline (NZ) (Spectacular Love
(US) [All: 7.9% Dry: 8.6% Wet: 7.1%]) (Clare
Cunningham)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$151,564
32
6
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
32
—
20
12
—
—
Wins
—
5
1
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1600 (1) 2100 (3) 2200 (1) 2400 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-1-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-0
4th UP: 4:1-0-0
WIN: 18.8%
PLACE: 31.3%
RTG: 76
LAST 15 STARTS: 45121s87486130s
6TH, 01Aug18 6L Warwick Farm Bm76
2200m 58 (J Collett 2) 9, Lim 53, 2:15.69 (Last
600m 37.07), Good(3), Follow Suit 60.5 1,
Cormac 54.5 2, Chief Kidder 53 3, Btg $12.00,
$8.00 2nd to turn. Inquiry into performance.
WON, 18Aug18 1.3L, 0.5L Randwick Bm88
2400m 53 (T Clark 3) 10, Lim 53, 2:30.24 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.82, Last 200m 11.38),
Good(4), Vaucluse Bay 58 2, Red Alto 60.5 3,
Screamarr 53 4 dead heat, Btg $26.00, $21.00
led throughout.
3RD, 29Aug18 sht hd, 1.5L Canterbury
Bm76 2700m 61 (T Clark 1) 7, Lim 53, 2:50.79
(Last 600m 37.85), Good(3), Allcash 54.5 1,
Prescience 54.5 2, Everly Girl 53 4, Btg $2.50,
$2.90, $2.80 led to turn.
12TH, 14Sep18 10.4L Newcastle (G 3) Sharp
Elec. Newcastle Cup 2300m 54 (C Reith 6) 13,
Lim 54, 2:24.44 (Last 600m 34.63), Good(4),
Carzoff 54 1, Auvray 59.5 2, Just Shine 54 3, Btg
$26.00, $61.00, $41.00 led to 800m, 3rd turn.
--- SPELL --SCRATCHED
4. NICCI’S GOLD (9) 58.5
ch m 4 Nicconi [All: 14.5% Dry: 14.4% Wet: 14.6%]
— Gold Licence (Hussonet (US) [All: 11.5% Dry:
11.9% Wet: 11.1%]) (G Portelli)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$284,520
21
5
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
—
15
5
1
—
Wins
—
1
3
1
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 900 (1) 1200 (1) 1400 (3)
1st UP: 5:0-1-0
2nd UP: 5:3-0-0
3rd UP: 4:1-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 23.8%
PLACE: 42.9%
RTG: 79
LAST 15 STARTS: 621s6148463s271
3RD, 11Aug18 nse, 3.5L Rosehill Bm78 2000m
57 (J Collett 2) 8, Lim 53, 2:03.54 (Last 600m
35.85, Last 200m 12.28), Good(4), Quick
Defence 61 1, Royal Stamp 53 2, Estikhraaj 60 4,
Btg $3.80, $4.80 6th to 800m, 5th turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 17Nov18 1.3L, 0.8L Rosehill , F&M’s
Bm78 1200m 58 (J Collett 3) 8, Lim 52, 1:10.05
(Last 600m 33.97, Last 200m 11.30), Good(4),
Seasons 57.5 1, Deft 57.5 3, Hussterical 60 4, Btg
$21.00, $31.00 Last settling, 7th turn. Slowly
away.
7TH, 08Dec18 2.5L Rosehill 4yo and UP ,
Mares Bm78 1400m 58.5 (J Adams 10) 10, Lim
53.5, 1:22.80 (Last 600m 34.69, Last 200m
12.02), Good(3), Sweet Deal 60 1, So Magic
56.5 2, Hussterical 60 3, Btg $9.00, $12.00 9th
to turn. Slowly away. Overraced early stages.
Checked near 600m.
WON, 22Dec18 2L, 1.5L Warwick Farm , F&M’s
Bm78 1400m 58.5 (J Collett 7) 9, Lim 52, 1:26.41
(Last 600m 37.09, Last 200m 12.32), Heavy(8),
The Art Of The Bar 56 2, Sweet Victory 59 3,
Lucky Louie 49 4, Btg $10.00, $11.00, $10.00
Last to turn.
Handy galloper who produced a
devastating change of gears to score at
Warwick Farm last start. Among the main
chances.
5. OUR GRAVANO (3) 58.5
b g 6 Roc De Cambes (NZ) [All: 9.7% Dry: 8.0%
Wet: 11.5%] — Sunshine Park (NZ) (Thorn Park
[All: 11.1% Dry: 10.9% Wet: 11.3%]) (K A Lees)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$105,650
29
5
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
29
—
14
12
3
—
Wins
—
2
2
1
—
2nds
—
—
—
1
—
3rds
—
—
2
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1500 (1) 1600 (2) 2100 (1)
1st UP: 6:1-0-0
2nd UP: 4:1-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-1
4th UP: 4:2-1-0
WIN: 17.2%
PLACE: 27.6%
RTG: 75
LAST 15 STARTS: 45378s9552894s9
8TH, 14Jul18 8.2L Sunshine Coast (Metro) Cls
6 1600m 57.5 (J Lloyd 4) 9, Set weights, 1:39.15
(Last 600m 36.67), Soft(6), Bluebrook 54 1, Fit
For Purpose 57.5 2, Victory Eight 59 3, Btg $3.50,
$3.80, $3.50 (fav). 2nd to 1200m, 6th 800m,
8th turn. Inconvenienced near turn. Laid in on
straightening. Vetted - no abnormalities.
9TH, 28Jul18 4.6L Rosehill Bm89 2000m
55.5 (Ms R King 5) 12, Lim 53, 2:03.43 (Last
600m 35.91, Last 200m 12.52), Good(4), Raqeeq
53 1, Just Shine 58 2, Screamarr 53 3, Btg $41.00,
$26.00, $31.00 2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 19Aug18 2.6L Taree Open 2000m 57.5
(J Adams 8) 13, Lim 54, 2:05.18 (Last 600m
37.73), Good(3), Shalmaneser 54 1, Allzin 54 2,
Dubaiinstyle 54 3, Btg $7.50, $8.50, $7.00 2nd
to turn.
--- SPELL --9TH, 07Dec18 5.2L Mudgee Open 1600m
59.5 (A Gibbons 8) 13, Lim 54, 1:35.15 , Good(3),
Tahsin 56.5 1, Appoint Percy 52 2, Missybeel 54.5
3, Btg $8.00, $13.00, $12.00 6th to 800m, 10th
turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Just battled home at Mudgee
first-up. Prefer others.
6. DAWN RAID (6) 58
b/br g 5 Charge Forward — Silently J A O’Shea
SCRATCHED
7. OUR BELISA (13) 57.5
b/br m 5 Lope De Vega (IR) [All: 15.3% Dry: 14.8%
Wet: 15.8%] — Saltator (Testa Rossa [All: 11.4%
Dry: 11.7% Wet: 11.2%]) (John Thompson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$160,375
21
4
3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
—
12
6
3
—
Wins
—
2
2
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1400 (1) 1600 (3)
1st UP: 6:0-0-1
2nd UP: 6:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-1-1
4th UP: 3:2-0-0
WIN: 19%
PLACE: 42.9%
RTG: 77
LAST 15 STARTS: 27s311125s70s90
7TH, 19May18 5.4L Rosehill 4yo and UP ,
Mares Bm80 1400m 61 (B Shinn 1) 13, Lim 53,
1:24.05 (Last 600m 35.87, Last 200m 12.60),
Good(4), I Am Serious 59.5 1, La Chica Bella 55 2,
Princess Posh 59 3, Btg $9.00, $10.00, $9.00 5th
settling, 4th turn. Blocked for a run in straight.
10TH, 02Jun18 10.1L Rosehill 4yo and UP ,
Mares Bm80 1400m 61 (T Angland 11) 12, Lim 53,
1:24.65 (Last 600m 35.66), Good(4), Princess
Posh 59 1, Magic Alibi 61.5 2, La Chica Bella 55.5
3, Btg $12.00, $16.00 2nd settling, 5th 800m,
3rd turn. Jumped awkwardly. Wide throughout.
--- SPELL --9TH, 24Nov18 7.7L Rosehill Bm88 1300m
53.5 (C Brown 2) 11, Lim 52.5, 1:16.06 (Last
600m 33.95, Last 200m 12.28), Good(3), Cradle
Mountain 57.5 1, Dyslexic 56.5 2, Sir Bacchus 59
3, Btg $61.00, $101.00 6th to 800m, 7th turn.
Fractious in barriers. Slowly away.
LAST, 15Dec18 17.2L Randwick Bm78 1400m
58.5 (C Brown 2) 14, Lim 53, 1:24.57 (Last 600m
36.81, Last 200m 14.06), Soft(7), Penske 60.5 1,
Super Star Bob 55.5 2, Gresham 59 3, Btg $51.00,
$41.00, $81.00 10th settling, 13th turn. Slowly
away (3L). Checked near 1000m.
Ordinary in same class at Randwick last
outing. Tough alley. Doesn’t look likely.
8. INTUERI (10) 57.5
ch g 5 Dream Ahead (US) [All: 11.6% Dry: 10.2%
Wet: 13.0%] — Ilhaam (Secret Savings (US) [All:
11.2% Dry: 10.5% Wet: 11.9%]) (M, W & J Hawkes)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$157,315
19
3
5
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
—
15
3
1
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
4
1
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-1-0
Won over: 1400 (1) 1550 (1) 1800 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-2-0
2nd UP: 4:0-1-1
3rd UP: 3:2-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-0
WIN: 15.8%
PLACE: 47.4%
RTG: 73
LAST 15 STARTS: 1218s8686726s63
2ND, 18Jul18 sht hd, 0.8L Warwick Farm ,
C,H&G’s Bm79 1600m 58 (B Avdulla 9) 14, Lim
54, 1:36.77 (Last 600m 35.51), Good(3), Curragh
58.5 1, Balmain Boy 56.5 3, Valentino Rossa 56
4, Btg $9.00, $11.00 3rd settling, 4th to 800m,
3rd turn.
6TH, 01Aug18 2.5L Warwick Farm Bm79
1600m 58.5 (K Jennings 5) 15, Lim 53, 1:35.74
(Last 600m 35.76), Good(3), Sir Barb 57.5 1,
Mushaireb 57 2, Hammond Lane 57 including
0.5 over 3, Btg $6.50, $6.00, $7.00 4th to
1200m, 5th 800m, 6th turn. Blocked for a run
on straightening.
--- SPELL --6TH, 01Dec18 2.9L Rosehill Bm88 1300m
53 (C Brown 2) 11, Lim 53, 1:17.19 (Last 600m
34.45, Last 200m 11.82), Good(4), Mapmaker
54 1, Catesby 51 2, Drachenfels 56 3, Btg $16.00,
$17.00, $16.00 4th to turn. Hampered near
400m.
3RD, 22Dec18 1/2 nck, sht nck Warwick Farm
Bm78 1600m 57.5 (T Berry 9) 9, Lim 53, 1:40.90
(Last 600m 36.69, Last 200m 12.52), Heavy(8),
Monsieur Sisu 56.5 1, Astoria 60.5 2, Dalmatia
Prince 59.5 4, Btg $13.00, $15.00, $12.00 2nd
to turn.
Kept on determinedly to fill the minors at
Warwick Farm last time out. Fitter third-up.
Keep in mind.
9. SPARKY LAD (12) 57.5
b g 4 Smart Missile [All: 14.1% Dry: 14.3% Wet:
13.8%] — Lady Hepburn (NZ) (More Than Ready
(US) [All: 12.3% Dry: 12.7% Wet: 12.0%]) (C J
Waller)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$259,175
19
3
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
—
15
3
1
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
1
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1400 (2) 1500 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 15.8%
PLACE: 36.8%
RTG: 73
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s587437215s997
5TH, 04Aug18 2.6L Randwick Bm82 1400m
57.5 (J Bowman 2) 15, Lim 53, 1:21.45 ((class
record) Last 600m 34.41, Last 200m 11.40),
Good(3), Bergerac 53.5 1, Mr Tickets 58 2, Island
Missile 57 3, Btg $7.00, $9.00 9th to turn.
--- SPELL --9TH, 17Nov18 3L Rosehill Bm78 1300m 58.5
(B Avdulla 7) 12, Lim 53, 1:17.03 (Last 600m
34.02, Last 200m 11.46), Good(4), Sweet Deal
56 including 0.5 over 1, Newsfan 59 2, Catesby
56.5 3, Btg $26.00, $21.00, $26.00 9th settling,
8th turn.
9TH, 01Dec18 5.4L Rosehill Bm88 1300m
53.5 (J Ford 5) 11, Lim 53, 1:17.19 (Last 600m
34.45, Last 200m 11.84), Good(4), Mapmaker
54 1, Catesby 51 2, Drachenfels 56 3, Btg $21.00,
$26.00, $21.00 10th to turn. Slowly away.
Hampered early stages.
7TH, 22Dec18 2.1L Warwick Farm Bm78
1600m 58 (J Mc Donald 2) 9, Lim 53, 1:40.90
(Last 600m 36.69, Last 200m 12.72), Heavy(8),
Monsieur Sisu 56.5 1, Astoria 60.5 2, Intueri 57.5
3, Btg $7.50, $9.00 4th settling, 3rd turn.
Every chance in the wet at W Farm last
outing. Back on firmer helps and McDonald
sticks. Keep safe.
10. TAHSIN (14) 57
13. TOROSO (1) 54.5
b/br g 6 Denman [All: 12.6% Dry: 14.0% Wet:
11.3%] — Honorjeu (NZ) (Montjeu (IR) [All: 13.2%
Dry: 12.0% Wet: 14.3%]) (Joseph Pride)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$164,855
23
5
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
23
—
19
4
—
—
Wins
—
5
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
4
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-1
DIST: 3:0-0-1
Won over: 1600 (5)
1st UP: 4:0-1-2
2nd UP: 4:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-1
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
br g 4 Pierro [All: 16.4% Dry: 16.0% Wet: 16.8%]
— Walk Alone (Honour And Glory (US) [All: 10.5%
Dry: 10.4% Wet: 10.6%]) (P & P Snowden)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$60,110
7
2
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
3
3
1
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-1
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1500 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-1
2nd UP: 2:1-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 28.6%
PLACE: 71.4%
RTG: 67
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s3141s23
4TH, 09Jun18 1.8L Newcastle Cls 1 1600m 59
(A Layt 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:38.71 (Last 600m 35.85),
Heavy(8), Aruba 56 1, Extreme Measure 56.5 2,
Triumph Star 57 3, Btg $2.80, $2.60 (fav). 5th to
800m, 3rd turn. Wide throughout.
WON, 21Jun18 1.8L, sht hd Hawkesbury Cls 2
1600m 58 (T Angland 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:38.08 (Last
600m 35.25), Soft(5), Typhoon Charlie 54 2,
Kitteau 59 3, Victory Anthem 53.5 4, Btg $2.80,
$2.25 (fav). 3rd to 800m, 5th turn.
--- SPELL --2ND, 02Dec18 lng hd, 1.5L Newcastle C,H&G’s
Cls 2 1400m 59.5 (C Reith 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:23.44
(Last 600m 35.52), Good(4), Fuchu 55.5 1, Battle
Zone 55 3, Pickelhaube 59.5 4, Btg $4.20, $5.50
5th to turn.
3RD, 21Dec18 4.8L, 2.3L RandwickKensington Bm70 1400m 59.5 (J Parr 1) 9, Lim
54.5, 1:21.90 (Last 600m 34.86), Soft(5), Thy
Kingdom Come 59.5 1, Love Shack Baby 58.5 2,
Thunder Pace 56.5 4, Btg $4.60, $4.80, $4.60
6th to 800m, 7th turn.
Primed to strike. Ran on okay from
midfield to place here last time out. Getting
fitter and drawn favourably. Take beating.
WIN: 21.7%
PLACE: 52.2%
RTG: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: 54351175s003012
3RD, 31Oct18 1.8L, lng nck RandwickKensington 4yo and UP Bm70 1550m 61 (J
Ford 4) 7, Lim 53, 1:30.95 (Last 600m 34.24),
Good(3), Waruna 56 1, Nicochet 58 2, Gretzky
56.5 4, Btg $9.00, $13.00 4th settling, 5th to
turn.
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 24Nov18 7.7L Rosehill 1st Bm78 1500m
56 (J Ford 9) 11, Lim 52, 1:29.66 (Last 600m
34.84, Last 200m 12.26), Good(3), Napoleon
Solo 53 1, Turnberry 58.5 2, Generalissimo 58.5
3, Btg $13.00, $21.00 4th settling, 3rd turn. Wide
throughout.
WON, 07Dec18 1L, 0.5L Mudgee Open 1600m
56.5 (R Dolan 1) 13, Lim 54, 1:35.15 , Good(3),
Appoint Percy 52 2, Missybeel 54.5 3, Steamin’
54 4, Btg $9.00, $11.00 7th to 800m, 5th turn.
Laid out concluding stages.
2ND, 26Dec18 1.3L, 1/2 hd Randwick Bm70
1600m 59.5 (J Van Overmeire 4) 10, Lim 54,
1:35.19 (Last 600m 36.81), Good(4), Cyber
Intervention 56 1, Kelvinside 56.5 3, The Promise
54.5 4, Btg $10.00, $11.00, $8.50 2nd settling,
3rd 1200m, 2nd to turn. Shifted out near 200m.
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 (5) 56.5
b g 5 Mossman [All: 11.9% Dry: 11.6% Wet: 12.1%]
— Charlety Star (Arena [All: 22.0% Dry: 8.7%
Wet: 35.3%]) (Matthew Dale)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$158,850
15
4
3
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
13
2
—
—
Wins
—
4
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
2
—
—
3rds
—
3
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-1-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (2) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-1-0
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-1-1
4th UP: 3:2-1-0
WIN: 26.7%
PLACE: 66.7%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 1s673133s6s2822
2ND, 17Oct18 0.8L, hd Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1100m 60 (J Parr 3) 12, Lim 53, 1:04.92
(Last 600m 35.89), Soft(6), Fox Swift 56.5 1,
See The Show 58 3, Regimen 60.5 4, Btg $6.50,
$13.00 8th to 800m, 6th turn.
8TH, 06Nov18 3.5L Randwick Bm74 1200m
58.5 (K Jennings 11) 12, Lim 53, 1:08.43 (Last
600m 34.27), Good(3), Niccobelle 61.5 1, Deity
59 2, Southern Lad 59 3, Btg $7.00, $6.00 9th
to turn.
--- FRESHENED --2ND, 30Nov18 sht 1/2 hd, sht 1/2 hd Canberra
Open 1300m 54.5 (B Ryan 11) 11, Lim 54, 1:17.10
(Last 600m 35.06), Good(4), Levee Bank 54
1, Mercurial Lad 60 3, Balansa 54 4, Btg $3.20,
$4.80, $4.60 2nd throughout.
2ND, 15Dec18 sht nck, sht nck Randwick
Bm78 1400m 55.5 (K Mc Evoy 10) 14, Lim 53,
1:24.57 (Last 600m 36.81, Last 200m 12.26),
Soft(7), Penske 60.5 1, Gresham 59 3, Regent
57.5 4, Btg $13.00, $15.00 6th to turn. Hampered
near 600m. Lacerations.
Right in the thick of it at Randwick last
start. Can’t be taken lightly.
12. MERCURIAL LAD (15) 54.5
ch g 5 Pendragon (NZ) [All: 10.1% Dry: 12.6%
Wet: 7.6%] — Mercury Lady (NZ) (O’Reilly (NZ)
[All: 12.2% Dry: 12.3% Wet: 12.2%]) (B Joseph &
P & M Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$223,480
28
6
4
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
28
1
19
3
5
—
Wins
—
2
—
4
—
2nds
—
4
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
2
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (2) 1400 (2) 1660 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-1-0
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-2
WIN: 21.4%
PLACE: 53.6%
RTG: 67
LAST 15 STARTS: 1613539s0823035
3RD, 27Oct18 sht nck, sht nck Randwick
Bm78 1400m 55 (C Reith 1) 8, Lim 52, 1:23.54
(Last 600m 36.54, Last 200m 12.28), Soft(5),
Gitan 54 1, Man Of Peace 51 2, Chaussure 56.5
4, Btg $13.00, $17.00 3rd throughout. Checked
near 400m.
LAST, 16Nov18 6L Gundagai Open 1400m
59.5 (M A Cahill 2) 12, Lim 54, 1:22.25 (Last 600m
35.36), Good(3), My Maher 54 1, Not Too Sure 54
2, O’ So Hazy 55 3, Btg $5.00, $7.00, $6.50 5th
to turn. Overraced early, middle stages. Checked
near 1000m. Lame after race.
3RD, 30Nov18 sht 1/2 hd, sht 1/2 hd Canberra
Open 1300m 60 (K Jennings 4) 11, Lim 54, 1:17.10
(Last 600m 35.06), Good(4), Levee Bank 54 1,
Super Star Bob 54.5 2, Balansa 54 4, Btg $4.60,
$5.00 5th to turn. Blocked for a run in straight.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
5TH, 15Dec18 2.8L Randwick Bm78 1400m 55
(C Reith 14) 14, Lim 53, 1:24.57 (Last 600m 36.81,
Last 200m 12.74), Soft(7), Penske 60.5 1, Super
Star Bob 55.5 2, Gresham 59 3, Btg $8.50, $12.00
4th settling, 3rd turn. Wide throughout.
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.
14. WEEKEND AFFAIR (8) 53.5
b g 5 Trusting [All: 11.9% Dry: 9.5% Wet: 14.4%]
— Weekend In Paris (Beautiful Crown (US) [All:
9.6% Dry: 10.9% Wet: 8.4%]) (J C Coyle)
SCRATCHED
15. ANIMALIA (2) 53
b g 4 Animal Kingdom (US) [All: 12.1% Dry:
16.3% Wet: 7.9%] — Hold To Ransom (US) (Red
Ransom (US) [All: 12.5% Dry: 12.2% Wet: 12.7%])
(Matthew Dale)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$90,535
15
3
1
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
9
4
2
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
3
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1300 (1) 1600 (2)
1st UP: 4:1-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 53.3%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 213145s503539s1
5TH, 05May18 9L Rosehill 3yo Bm79 1800m
54 (B Avdulla 2) 10, Lim 53, 1:51.44 (Last 600m
34.61, Last 200m 12.20), Good(4), Live And Free
53 1, Primitivo 56.5 2, Tashidelek 56 3, Btg $6.00,
$7.00 3rd settling, 5th turn. Eased near 600m.
3RD, 26May18 sht nck, 1.5L Gosford Bm70
2600m 57 (N Heywood 3) 9, Lim 54, 2:46.44
(Last 600m 37.35), Good(4), Red Dream 58.5 1,
Only Tiger 57 2, Art Of Defence 54 4, Btg $3.00,
$3.80 led to turn. Fractious in barriers.
9TH, 13Jun18 13.4L Warwick Farm 3yo Bm73
1600m 56.5 (T Angland 2) 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 $13.00, $16.00,
$13.00 6th to 800m, 8th turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 16Dec18 nse, 0.5L Canberra Bm70
1300m 60 (Billy Owen 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.18
(Last 600m 35.26), Soft(6), Critical Touch 57.5
2, Choice Harvest 58.5 3, Trying 55 4, Btg $6.50,
$9.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.
Good, determined win from off the pace
first-up but this is harder. Rough chance for
minors.
2018/19 PREMIERSHIPS
Sydney
JOCKEYS
TRAINERS
Wins
2nds
J B Mc Donald
53
J Bowman
36
Tommy Berry
31
Tim Clark
29
K Mc Evoy
25
J R Collett
19
T Angland
19
B Avdulla
19
J Ford
17
S R Weatherley (a) 16
3rds
37
31
23
21
23
34
22
10
12
22
29.5
31
23
12
27
34
18
14
21.5
18
Wins
2nds
C J Waller
82
James Cummings 52
M, W & J Hawkes 21
P & P Snowden 18
G Waterhouse & A Bott 18
Joseph Pride
14
Bjorn Baker
13
K A Lees
11
L J Bridge
9
John Thompson 7
26
16
15
19
13
13
21
11
9
8
Wins
2nds
D K Weir
84
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig 29
James Cummings 20
Tony McEvoy
18
M G Price
13
C J Waller
12
M Ellerton & S Zahra 12
C Maher & D Eustace 11
D T O’Brien
10
R D Griffiths
7
3rds
25
32
16.5 13
35.5 21.5
22
18
17
17
26 24
12
15
20 18
12
14
21
20
Wins
2nds
T J Gollan
39
R L Heathcote
26
A J Edmonds
26
K M Schweida
17
Steven O’Dea
16
Ben Currie
13
C J Waller
13
David Vandyke 12
M J Dunn
11
B J Lockwood
10
3rds
22
20
20
17
9
9
14
10
4
10.5
Wins
2nds
D K Weir
18
Will Clarken
14
Tony McEvoy
13
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig 13
P Stokes
10
G V Richards
9
R & C Jolly
8
Ryan Balfour
7
L Macdonald & A Gluyas 7
M G Price
5
3rds
81
31
11
15
13
9
9
15
3
8
78
28
12
25
13
21
10.5
18
7
3
3rds
56
35
17
21
9
16
10
14
4
7
69
34
12
13
12
13
14
9
3
6
3rds
38
15.5
13
8
14
20
11
3
6
8
36
6
12
16
12
11
19
5.5
10
3
3rds
12
14
15
8.5
7
8
5
17
15
5
13
6
14
9
7
12
4
17
16
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Melbourne
JOCKEYS
Wins
Craig Williams
John Allen
M Zahra
D Dunn
D Oliver
Ethan Brown (a)
Damian Lane
B Melham
L Currie
Ben Allen (a)
TRAINERS
2nds
35
26
21
17
17
17
16
15
13
13
3rds
21
18
28
20
17
7
18
15
15
7
Brisbane
JOCKEYS
Wins
2nds
J Lloyd
41
Ryan Maloney
25
J Byrne
23
Dale Smith
23
B N Stewart
21
M R Du Plessis
17
Jackson Murphy (a) 17
James Orman
15
Clayton Gallagher (a) 13
M Mc Gillivray
12
TRAINERS
Adelaide
JOCKEYS
Wins
2nds
Jamie Kah
34
Raquel Clark (a) 20
J Holder
18
Todd Pannell
18
Jake Toeroek
12
Kayla Crowther (a) 9
D Tourneur
8
H Coffey
7
R J Hurdle
7
Chris Caserta (a) 6
TRAINERS
29
12
16
14
8
12
9
8
4
5
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CAULFIELD
COMMENT
RACE 1
1.00
RACE 3
(1000m)
1. NOMOTHAJ (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 3f By
Snitzel - Real Stolle (6:2-0-0): Settled midfield
when first-up 2½ len 7th of 11 (7) $7.50 56.5 Legend
Of Condor 1000m F’ton 3yo Swp Heavy(8) Nov 6.
Only held ground 4¼ len 5th of 11 (7) $8.00 54.0 Bel
Sonic 1100m Ballarat (Metro) 3&4yo Classic Soft(7)
Nov 24. Not too bad last start and she looks major
player in this.
2. YULONG MONOCEROS (C Maher & D Eustace)
3f By Squamosa - I’m Taken (6:2-0-0): Resumed
with 1¾ len 4th of 6 (2) $2.40F 58.5 Solar Star
1000m Cranbourne 3yo F (Bm64) Soft(5) Nov 9.
Knuckled down well to score ¾ len win of 5 (2)
$8.00 54.5 Boots Tarrington, Calipari 1050m M’ville
3yo (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 8. Comes off strong last
start win and must include in chances.
3. COSMIC RUBY (J D Sadler) 3f By Skilled - She’s
A Nightstar (5:2-0-2): Raced wide but still too good
lg hd win of 7 (5) $3.00F 56.0 Stravain, Kootara
1000m Yarra Glen 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 1. Claimed
½ hd win of 10 (2) $2.90F 58.0 Chalcidian, Monkey
Magic 1110m Werribee 3yo+ F&M (Bm64) Good(3)
Dec 24. Working through her grades nicely and can
win again.
4. DU WELL (R D Griffiths) 3f By Duporth - Morwell
(4:2-0-0): Sprinted clear late 2 len win of 5 (5) $1.30F
57.0 Mongelica, Schazem 1000m Mornington 3yo F
Mdn Good(3) Nov 19. Finished too well ½ len win of
8 (8) $5.50 59.0 Irresistable Girl, Jay Jay D’Ar 1000m
Sandown-Hillside 3yo F (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 12.
Looks smart and can win this.
5. MISCHA (Symon Wilde) 3f By Street Boss (US) Gold Target (7:2-0-0): Well held 7½ len 4th of 6 (3)
$4.40 56.5 Behemoth 1200m M Valley 3yo (Bm70)
Good(3) Dec 1. Hung in throughout when 7¼ len
10th of 13 (4) $19.00 56.5 Poised To Strike 1200m
F’ton 3yo (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 22. Doing too much
wrong in her races to recommend.
6. TROPEZINA (Henry Dwyer) 3f By Epaulette Boredom (3:1-0-0): Safely held in 10¼ len 7th of 11
(5) $6.50 57.0 Pippie 1000m Cranbourne 2yo F Mdn
Soft(5) July 5. First-up finished lg hd win of 7 (3)
$5.00 56.5 Yulong Mercury, Valore 1000m Mornington 3yo+ F&M Mdn Soft(5) Dec 18. Tough win fresh
when always wide. Can measure up.
7. VOGUE EMPRESS (D K Weir) 3f By Testa Rossa
- Eternal Sunshine (3:1-1-0): Well held 6½ len 8th of
12 (8) $2.45F 56.0 Yulong January 1200m Swan Hill
3yo Mdn Good(4) Aug 20. Came from second half of
field for first-up ¾ len win of 8 (3) $5.50 56.0 Alert
The Press, Sunrise Dancer 1010m Werribee 3yo Mdn
Good(4) Dec 24. Liked the way she attacked the line
to win maiden last start. This is harder.
RACE 2
1.35
(1400m)
1. ARROCHAR (R E Laing) 5g By So You Think (NZ)
- Staten Island (NZ) (15:3-1-2): Too strong from the
corner 1¾ len win of 8 (6) $5.00 59.5 Hawkestone,
Frankincense 1200m Cranbourne (Bm58) Soft(6)
Dec 15. Chased hard 2 len 4th of 7 (3) $21.00 55.5
Rossman 1200m Mornington (Bm70) Good(3) Dec
27. Deserves chance in town this preparation but
place looks best.
2. HOUSTON STREET: SCRATCHED
3. KRONOS (S V Brown) 4g By Helmet - Munchie
(14:2-2-2): Gave all for 1¼ len 2nd of 9 (1) $4.00
57.5 Elite Drake 1450m Tatura (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec
9. Took up a handy position in 1½ len 5th of 10 (7)
$21.00 60.5 Fallen Empire 1400m F’ton (Bm64)
Good(4) Dec 22. Gave good account under 60.5kg
at Flemington last outing. Will take some running
down from the corner.
4. MITRUST (Richard Laming) 4g By Trusting - Millie
Rose (7:2-0-0): Worked home late 4½ len 4th of 10
(2) $5.50 55.0 Super Swoop 2008m M’ville (Bm70)
Soft(5) Aug 25. Settled handy when first-up 6½ len
10th of 12 (11) $8.00 61.0 Amschel 1300m Cranbourne
(Bm64) Soft(6) Dec 15. Well held when resuming and
although sure to improve place looks best.
5. SEATTLE PARK (M C Kent) 5g By Reset - Sealers Cove (15:2-3-2): Battled away for ¾ len 4th of
8 (5) $7.50 55.0 Hazard Ahead 2080m Cranbourne
(Bm78) Heavy(10) May 11. No match when 4¼ len
4th of 12 (5) $7.50 57.5 Hardington 2025m Cranbourne (Bm70) Heavy(8) May 18. Resuming. Placed
in BM64 company at Sandown-Hillside first-up last
campaign.
6. EASY DRAMA (Dean Larsson) 7g By Real Saga
- Miss Carefree (49:5-4-2): Led throughout 2½ len
win of 7 (1) $3.10 57.0 Frankiedee, Ennis 1900m Geelong Synthetic (Bm64) Synthetic Sept 21. Dropped
out 13¼ len last of 10 (9) $17.00 59.0 Miss Coolangatta 2040m M Valley (Bm64) Good(4) Oct 5. Firstup. Will need further than this.
7. SUNQUEST (S J Richards) 4g By Helmet - Seeking
Sunshine (US) (20:1-5-5): Kept coming final stages
½ len, lg hd 3rd of 10 (1) $2.10F 61.0 Southern Bolt,
Sovereign Love 1400m Echuca (Bm58) Good(4) Dec
5. Made up good ground when sht ½ hd 2nd of 8 (8)
$9.50 58.0 Never Again 1200m M Valley (Bm64)
Soft(7) Dec 21. Been working home nicely in his
races and not far off a win.
8. CAMILA LUCINDA (D R Brideoake) 4m By
Lope De Vega (IR) - Cozy Deal (US) (11:2-1-1): Wide
throughout and just missed ½ nk 2nd of 11 (8)
$2.70F 59.0 Blues Your Ball 1000m Moe (Bm58)
Soft(6) Dec 14. Beaten but not disgraced when 2¾
len 7th of 11 (3) $26.00 57.0 Twitchy Frank 1200m
C’field 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 26. Form
been solid enough to figure in this. Respect.
9. CASH FOR DIAMONDS (John McArdle) 5m
By Dash For Cash - Missy Diamonds (10:2-2-1):
Worked home 2½ len 5th of 13 (11) $7.50 59.5 Hunboshi 1600m Cranbourne (Bm58) Soft(6) Aug 26.
Sprinted clear late 1¾ len win of 11 (1) $8.00 58.0
Richwaite Lady, First Amendment 1406m Benalla
(Bm58) Good(3) Dec 22. Won with something in
hand fresh. This a tougher assignment.
10. ENSUING (Andrew Noblet) 6m By Street Sense
(US) - Subsequential (20:3-2-2): On return from
break finished 2¾ len 7th of 9 (8) $41.00 57.0 Immaculate Secret 1200m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm70)
Good(3) Dec 7. Held ground late 4½ len 5th of 8
(5) $6.50 60.0 Zoophoria 1400m Sale 3yo+ F&M
(Bm64) Good(3) Dec 23. This a tougher race for her.
11. CINCINNATI RED (L & T Corstens) 4m By Reset
- Regarded (11:1-4-2): Chased hard ½ len 2nd of 13
(7) $5.00 56.0 Heir To The Throne 1300m SandownHillside (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 5. Powered home late
¾ len, sht hd 3rd of 10 (8) $5.50 53.5 Fallen Empire,
Cash Affair 1400m F’ton (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 22.
Enormous from the back at Flemington and only
needs that form to win this.
12. OMOROSE: SCRATCHED
13. SMURF CODY (M, W & J Hawkes) 4m By Animal
Kingdom (US) - Vitesse Dane (5:1-1-0): Drove clear final stages 2 len win of 10 (7) $2.70F 56.5 I’ll Be Gone,
Ala Go Go 1469m Kyneton 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Nov
29. Overraced throughout when 4 len 9th of 11 (7)
$21.00 57.0 Blinder 1440m C’field Hcp (C1) Good(4)
Dec 19. Never settled here last start and well held.
Needs to settle to be any chance.
14. LEILA’S STAR (P A Chow) 4m By Bel Esprit Martina Star (15:2-3-1): Charged home from back
half for 2¾ len win of 11 (7) $3.50F 57.0 Big Buddie,
Sea Of Stars 1300m Ararat (Bm58) Good(4) Nov 25.
Found the line intently for 2¼ len 2nd of 9 (7) $5.00
56.0 My Divas 1300m Bendigo (Bm64) Soft(6) Dec
16. Has big finish so watch for her late.
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
2.10
(1200m)
1. MOOR WANTED (P A Chow) 4g By Wanted Marston Moor (16:3-3-3): Wide throughout when nk
2nd of 12 (9) $8.50 58.5 Reward With Return 1000m
M Valley (Bm64) Soft(6) Nov 23. Posted lg hd win of
15 (4) $11.00 58.5 Cash Affair, Fallen Empire 1200m
F’ton (Bm64) Soft(5) Dec 15. Won good form race at
Flemington last start and although up in class can
measure up.
2. MAGNESIUM ROSE (Matthew Lindsay) 4m By
Magnus - Light Rose (12:3-1-3): Fair effort in 1½ len
5th of 13 (7) $12.00 54.5 Our Malambo 1200m M Valley 4yo+ M (Bm84) Good(4) Aug 25. Worked right
to the line for first-up hd, 1¼ len 3rd of 9 (8) $11.00
55.5 Exceltara, Demolition 1200m M Valley Bm78
Good(3) Dec 1. Stayed tough when placed first-up
and strips fitter for this. Major player.
3. MOUNT HOREB (G A Osborne) 4g By Moshe
- Justine’s Pride (NZ) (12:4-1-1): Finished too well
lg nk win of 9 (7) $2.90F 59.5 Waterford Sound,
Smuggling 1112m Kyneton (Bm58) Good(4) Nov
29. Finished too well final stages 3 len win of 10 (7)
$2.60F 58.5 Kappy Cino, Pacific Tycoon 1175m Albury (Bm66) Soft(6) Dec 15. Won with something in
hand last start and deserves chance in town.
4. REDCORE (G Eurell) 4g By Choisir - Redouteski
(23:3-4-2): Kept trying 3½ len 5th of 10 (6) $5.00
59.5 Freeze Over 955m M Valley (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec
14. Had wide run and never came on 2½ len 5th of
12 (12) $9.00 59.0 Star Fall 1100m C’field (Bm70)
Good(3) Dec 26. Fair effort without threatening here
at latest. Place claims.
5. TOUR DOWN UNDER (Robert Kingston) 4g By
Americain (US) - On Tour (4:2-1-1): Drove through
late 1¾ len win of 10 (1) $3.20 56.5 Shake On It,
Dilochta 1462m Kilmore 3yo+ Mdn Good(4) Nov 12.
Too tough lg nk win of 5 (5) $1.80F 57.5 Blue Jay Way,
Reliable Magic 1500m Mornington Hcp (C1) Good(3)
Nov 19. Harder but cannot knock winning form and
must respect.
6. BOLD MISSILE (Henry Dwyer) 4g By Smart Missile - Songs Of Vienna (7:2-0-0): Got out late for len
win of 7 (2) $7.50 58.5 Equus D’Oro, Mutual Respect
1200m Kilmore Hcp (C1) Soft(6) Nov 2. Overraced
and just battled 1¾ len 6th of 10 (3) $6.00 60.0 Australian Design 1200m Kilmore (Bm64) Soft(5) Nov
25. Not beaten all that far last start but this is harder.
7. KAPLUMPICH (D K Weir) 3c By All American - Illusionary (8:2-3-1): Tried hard when ¾ len 2nd of 6
(5) $1.90F 59.5 Zoubo 1200m Sandown-Lakeside
3yo (Bm64) Soft(5) Nov 21. Kept chasing late lg nk,
¾ len 3rd of 11 (10) $8.50 59.0 Phoneme, Social
Spin 1410m F’ton 3yo (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 15. Honest
competitor. Ran on well to place at Flemington last
time out and only needs that form to figure in this.
8. NORTON (P G Carey) 4g By Lonhro - Noesis (4:10-1): Wide throughout when nk, 3¼ len 3rd of 12
(11) $11.00 59.5 Reward With Return, Moor Wanted
1000m M Valley (Bm64) Soft(6) Nov 23. Held
ground 2¾ len 6th of 11 (11) $9.00 59.5 Our Gladiator 1000m C’field (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 19. Well back
here last start and cannot entertain.
9. MORE BRICKS (D K Weir) 3c By Albrecht - Paros
(7:1-2-2): Missed start and could only chase 2¼ len,
lg nk 3rd of 6 (1) $2.90 59.0 Mischa, Riverina Dancer
1000m M Valley 3yo (Bm64) Soft(5) Nov 23. Found
trouble late 1½ len 4th of 6 (1) $4.40 59.0 Dame Of
Thrones 1050m M’ville 3yo (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 22.
Brings some solid Adelaide form across the border
and must include in chances.
RACE 4
2.45
RACING 51
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(1600m)
1. SHOKORA (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 4m By Nicconi - She’s Cherryrype (15:3-1-2): Kept coming and
finished too well ¾ len win of 9 (5) $7.00 53.0 Penny
To Sell, Dreams Of Paris 1600m M Valley 3yo+ F&M
(Bm84) Good(3) Dec 1. Had wide run but stayed on
1¼ len 6th of 9 (5) $6.00 58.0 Penny To Sell 1600m
F’ton 3yo+ F&M (Bm84) Soft(5) Dec 22. No luck
when wide last start and did well to finish so close.
Can figure with better run.
2. ANOTHER BULLSEYE (D T O’Brien) 5m By
Mossman - Never Miss (24:4-3-2): Held ground 4¾
len 7th of 11 (1) $6.50 53.5 Miles Of Krishan 1700m
F’ton 3yo+ F&M (Bm84) Good(4) July 21. Never
came on 4¼ len 10th of 11 (2) $8.00 58.5 Angelic
Spirit 1400m Racing.Com Park (Metro) 3yo+ F&M
(Bm78) Good(3) Dec 8. Fitter and can improve on
first-up effort.
3. CELTIC LOVE (M C Conners) 5m By Dylan Thomas (IR) - Racing Romance (20:5-2-1): Resumed with
sht nk win of 7 (4) $5.50 57.0 Bryan’s Babe, Cuba
1350m Wyong Plate (C4) Soft(6) Nov 29. Well beaten 5¾ len 4th of 7 (2) $14.00 61.5 Toryjoy 1550m
Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Soft(5)
Dec 21. Battled in last start in Sydney and prefer to
watch in this.
4. EXTREME BLISS (D R Brideoake) 4m By Al Maher - Pantenny (14:3-1-4): Made up late ground for
2½ len, len 3rd of 11 (2) $8.50 56.0 Gold Fields, Moet
Rose 1400m Sandown-Lakeside (Bm70) Soft(5)
Nov 21. Came from last to score 1¼ len win of 9 (8)
$5.50 58.0 French Girl, Yatta Izu 1600m M Valley
3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 14. Big win from the
back last start and will be steaming home last 200m.
5. SUPRE (Lee & Shannon Hope) 4m By High Chaparral (IR) - Avienus (8:2-4-0): Let down nicely for lg
nk win of 8 (2) $3.10F 56.0 French Girl, Vitani 1400m
Sandown-Hillside 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(3)
Nov 28. Not much room late hd 2nd of 9 (2) $5.50
54.0 Penny To Sell 1600m F’ton 3yo+ F&M (Bm84)
Soft(5) Dec 22. In super form and looked touch unlucky last start. Can win this.
6. ESPOSITO GOLD (Robert Kingston) 4m By Excelebration (IR) - Vereza (NZ) (18:4-1-2): Faded final
stages 5¼ len last of 9 (9) $26.00 54.0 Penny To Sell
1600m F’ton 3yo+ F&M (Bm84) Soft(5) Dec 22. Kept
fighting when ½ nk 2nd of 10 (6) $21.00 55.5 Oceanex 1600m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(4) Dec
29. On pace and fought on bravely to place at MV
last start. Will take some catching.
7. MISS SKEPTICAL (Matthew Brown) 4m By
Moshe - Waikato Cat (NZ) (18:3-3-2): Battled on
well sht ½ hd 2nd of 10 (7) $6.00 55.5 Esposito Gold
1600m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 7.
Sprinted clear 1¾ len win of 10 (1) $6.50 54.0 Von
Mystic, Lynch Mob 1600m C’field (Bm64) Good(3)
Dec 19. Impressive winner here last start and no reason cannot win again.
8. ZOOPHORIA (N A Blackiston) 4m By Animal
Kingdom (US) - Mirovaya (12:3-5-0): Sprinted clear
final stages 3 len win of 10 (6) $2.00F 60.5 Eyes Are
Bay, Alsimon 1469m Kyneton 3yo+ F&M (Bm58)
Good(4) Nov 29. Too strong 3 len win of 8 (7) $2.60F
59.5 Dame Vassa, Something Silver 1400m Sale
3yo+ F&M (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 23. Working through
his grades with dominance from the front and the
one to catch again.
9. CRIMSON TEARS (D K Weir) 4m By Heart’s Cry
(JP) - Crimson Bouquet (JP) (5:2-0-1): Powered
home final stages 1¼ len win of 7 (7) $3.30 59.0
Spicer, Majestic Halo 1400m Werribee 3yo+ F&M
(Bm64) Good(4) Dec 9. Got home nicely to run ½
nk, lg nk 3rd of 10 (1) $4.20 58.0 Oceanex, Esposito
Gold 1600m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(4)
Dec 29. Chased home nicely when placed last start
and finds similar race. Major player.
10. VITANI (Ms W Kelly) 4m By Animal Kingdom
(US) - Anapine (9:2-3-2): Showed pace when lg
nk, ¾ len 3rd of 8 (4) $3.80 58.0 Supre, French
Girl 1400m Sandown-Hillside 3yo+ F&M (Bm70)
Good(3) Nov 28. Blocked for a run on straightening when 2¼ len 4th of 9 (3) $4.20F 58.0 Extreme
Bliss 1600m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec
14. Should have finished closer at MV last start. Has
place claims.
RACE 5
3.20
(1100m)
1. JUST HIFALUTIN (E Jusufovic) 5m By Reset - She
Lago (12:5-4-0): Too strong final stages sht hd win
of 13 (9) $3.70F 53.0 Atlantic City, Leodoro 1200m
F’ton (Bm84) Good(3) Jan 20. Attacked the line ½
hd 2nd of 8 (1) $10.00 54.0 Camdus 1200m F’ton
LR Vic Sprint Fnl Good(3) July 7. Resuming. She is
such an honest mare and can never leave her out
of chances.
2. MAZUREK (Chris Bieg) 6m By Beneteau - Babieta (21:6-5-1): Ridden on the speed 2¾ len 8th of
10 (5) $31.00 54.0 Illustrious Lad 1200m M’ville LR
City Of Marion Soft(5) Dec 8. Took up a handy position in lg nk 2nd of 10 (10) $61.00 54.0 Princess Of
Queens 1200m M’ville LR Christmas Hcp Good(4)
Dec 22. Prominent and showed plenty of fight at
Morphettville last outing. Back from Listed class and
winning chance.
3. FILL THE FLUTE (Jamie Edwards) 4m By Statue
Of Liberty (US) - Dom Perion (10:5-1-1): Finished too
well ¾ len win of 8 (8) $3.20F 53.0 Grey Shadow, Essence Of Terror 1000m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm84)
Good(3) Dec 1. Overran late nk 2nd of 13 (7) $7.00
55.5 Smart Coupe 1100m F’ton 3yo+ F&M-Bm84
Soft(5) Dec 15. Racing well and this a winnable race
for her.
4. QUEEN ANNABEL (Ms R Kelly) 5m By Bel Esprit
- Queen Trice (18:5-2-1): Held ground final stages 2¾
len 10th of 13 (11) $13.00 58.5 Smart Coupe 1100m
F’ton 3yo+ F&M-Bm84 Soft(5) Dec 15. Not flash
in 4¾ len 5th of 20 (5) $20.00 59.0 Usain Bowler
1200m F’ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22. Not too far
away at Flemington last start and may sneak a place
in this.
5. MISS NORWAY (J D Sadler) 4m By Reward For
Effort - Love Valley (10:5-0-1): Won on protest sht
½ hd win of 8 (3) $4.20 57.0 As It Lies, Ultra Smart
1000m Sandown-Hillside 4yo+ M (Bm70) Good(3)
Dec 12. Finished too well ¾ len win of 10 (5) $3.30F
58.0 Makahu Boy, Runsati 1000m M Valley (Bm70)
Good(4) Dec 29. In form mare and no reason she will
not win again.
6. CHATUCHAK (James Cummings) 5m By Lonhro
- Patpong (19:4-3-2): Held ground final stages 1½
len 4th of 11 (8) $11.00 59.5 Nariko 1200m Ballarat
(Metro) 4yo+ M (Bm78) Soft(7) Nov 24. Reasonable
effort 1¾ len 9th of 13 (3) $11.00 57.0 Smart Coupe
1100m F’ton 3yo+ F&M-Bm84 Soft(5) Dec 15. Run
better than finishing position suggests last start.
Cannot dismiss.
7. GWENNETH (Mitchell Beer) 5m By Reward For
Effort - Moorunda Miss (21:6-1-5): Missed start and
wide 9½ len last of 10 (7) $71.00 53.0 Invincible Star
1100m R’hill LR Starlight Stks Good(4) Dec 1. Led
them up until late ¾ len, ½ hd 3rd of 11 (7) $51.00
54.5 Order Of Command, Demolition 1000m F’ton
(Bm84) Good(4) Dec 22. She has the speed to lead
this field for a long way.
8. FAVONSKI (Daniel Bowman) 6m By Gonski - Fast
Fav (24:7-3-3): Drove clear final stages 2¼ len win
of 7 (7) $7.50 57.5 Reward With Return, Doves Cry
1100m Ararat (Bm70) Good(4) Nov 11. Kept grinding 3¾ len 7th of 12 (3) $21.00 58.0 Star Fall 1100m
C’field (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 26. Just one paced here
last start and prefer to watch again.
9. NODOUBTABOUTIT (P Stokes) 5m By Good
Journey (US) - Brave Deed (26:6-4-4): Did not get
much room final stages 3¾ len 4th of 8 (2) $4.00
52.0 Matty 955m M Valley (Bm84) Soft(5) Nov 23.
Battled away for 1¾ len 7th of 13 (7) $12.00 56.0
Prezado 1000m Racing.Com Park (Metro) (Bm78)
Good(3) Dec 8. Just been battling in recent starts
and cannot entertain.
10. OUR GLADIATOR (Jerome Hunter) 5m By Mint
Lane (US) - El Milagro (25:6-2-1): Too strong sht ½
hd win of 11 (2) $10.00 59.0 Left Jaybee Out, Beaverbrook 1000m C’field (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 19. Held
ground late 3½ len 5th of 11 (1) $8.00 60.0 Crack The
Code 1000m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Good(4)
Dec 29. Even effort at MV last start but place looks
best in this.
11. KYZAMBA (Jim Cerchi Jnr) 6m By Redente Kelkyla (13:4-2-0): Wide throughout when 4½ len
7th of 10 (10) $16.00 53.0 Essence Of Terror 955m
M Valley 4yo+ (Bm84) Good(4) Sept 28. Balanced
up midfield when first-up 2¼ len 8th of 11 (3) $81.00
54.0 Order Of Command 1000m F’ton (Bm84)
Good(4) Dec 22. Not keen.
12. ADALITA (G M Begg) 6m By Congrats (US) - Oubliette (US) (23:5-2-3): Missed start and well held
3¼ len 5th of 8 (7) $5.00 60.0 Deecember 1200m
Geelong Synthetic 3yo+ F&M (Bm64) Synthetic Aug
14. Held ground late 1¾ len 5th of 8 (5) $21.00 58.0 A
Fighting Fury 1400m Racing.Com Park Syn (Bm64)
Synthetic Aug 28. First-up. Faces stronger opposition now.
RACE 6
4.00
(1600m)
1. SILENTZ (D K Weir) 5g By Snitzel - Inthemix (15:63-0): Ran home solidly for hd 2nd of 12 (9) $12.00
56.5 Superhard 1400m Warrnambool Open Hcp
Soft(5) Dec 13. Came from second half of field for ½
len win of 10 (6) $6.50 59.5 Critical Thinking, Black
Sail 1600m C’field (Bm78) Good(3) Dec 26. Impressive late here last start and he can win again.
2. AMADEUS (M C Kent) 6h By Amadeus Wolf (GB)
- Jaywalk (22:4-7-1): Showed pace when sht hd win
of 11 (11) $7.00 58.0 Mr Money Bags, Jesta Dreama
1400m Racing.Com Park (Metro) V.G. Bullion
Good(3) Dec 8. Ridden on the speed 2¼ len 2nd of
9 (1) $3.20F 54.0 Rock ‘n’ Gold 1400m C’field Open
Hcp Good(3) Dec 26. Chased home bravely when
placed here last start. Sits on speed and will take
some catching.
3. MURPHY’S DELIGHT (E V Musgrove) 9g By Hurricane Run (IR) - Akoya (IR) (44:7-5-12): Too strong 2
len win of 7 (3) $4.40 64.5 Tangara, Beyond Thankful 3200m Oakbank Hrdl (Bm120) Good(4) April 2.
Dropped out 14¾ len last of 5 (4) $2.30F 69.5 Like
A Carousel 3200m Racing.Com Park Rst Hrdl Soft(6)
April 15. Fitter for 8¼ len 6th Ikura 900m Stony
Creek barrier trial Good(4) Dec 11. Resuming. Wait
for the jumps season.
4. NOTIO (M, W & J Hawkes) 5g By Duporth - Delori
(20:4-5-4): Did not have much luck 5 len 7th of 11 (7)
$7.00 56.0 Arraignment 1500m R’hill 3yo+ (Bm88)
Good(4) Dec 1. Beaten but not disgraced when 1¾
len 5th of 10 (3) $17.00 58.5 Silentz 1600m C’field
(Bm78) Good(3) Dec 26. Building up to a win and
would not leave out of multiples.
5. WENNER (K M Keys) 5g By Written Tycoon - Miss
Emmyo (NZ) (17:4-1-5): Positioned midfield when
4¾ len 5th of 10 (9) $26.00 56.5 Haunted 1400m
Ballarat (Metro) (Bm84) Soft(7) Nov 24. Best work
late sht nk, 2½ len 3rd of 8 (6) $12.00 54.0 Chamois
Road, Rock ‘n’ Gold 1410m F’ton Hcp Soft(5) Dec 15.
Not far away at Flemington last start and can sneak
a place.
6. BLACK SAIL (C Maher & D Eustace) 4g By Savabeel - Ennerdale (GB) (18:2-6-3): Only just missed
sht ½ hd 2nd of 12 (2) $2.50F 54.0 Gold Fields
1590m Wodonga Cup Good(3) Nov 30. Raced tight
final stages and got close ½ len, ½ len 3rd of 10 (4)
$6.00 59.5 Silentz, Critical Thinking 1600m C’field
(Bm78) Good(3) Dec 26. He looks ready to win and
gets his chance.
7. FASTNET LATINA (Archie Alexander) 6g By Fastnet Rock - La Chunga (US) (14:4-2-2): Held ground
final stages 1½ len 2nd of 9 (5) $3.00 54.0 Romancer
1620m Donald Cup Good(4) Nov 18. Lame after race
when 7¼ len 9th of 12 (8) $3.70 54.0 Beauty Way
1600m Racing.Com Park (Metro) Open Hcp Good(3)
Dec 8. Lame last start but prefer to watch again.
8. PRIMA (Lee & Shannon Hope) 7g By Sir Percy
(GB) - Azabella (NZ) (35:4-2-7): Always wide and
never came on 7¼ len 4th of 5 (4) $19.00 56.5 Mastering 1200m Kilmore (Bm78) Soft(5) Nov 25. Never
came on 7¾ len last of 8 (8) $16.00 54.0 Chamois
Road 1410m F’ton Hcp Soft(5) Dec 15. Better than
last start suggests but place looks best.
9. MISSION HILL (Joseph Waldron) 4g By Teofilo
(IR) - Aypebe (11:4-1-0): Tightened for room when
4¼ len 8th of 16 (15) 57.0 Glorious Beijing 1400m
Ellerslie (Bm82) Good(3) Nov 6. Sound when 3¼ len
5th of 9 (7) $6.00 59.0 Casino Fourteen 1500m Bendigo (Bm78) Soft(6) Dec 16. Ran home respectably
at Bendigo last outing. This trip suits.
10. LUCQUES (E V Musgrove) 7g By High Chaparral
(IR) - Picholine (38:6-2-4): 3 Dropped out 22¾ len
11th of 12 (11) $151.00 60.0 Etah James 2420m C’field
(Bm78) Good(3) Dec 16 (2017). First-up finished 15
len 8th of 14 (3) $26.00 57.5 Dane Hussler 3600m
Oakbank Cup Prel.-Bm82 Good(4) April 2. Strips
fitter for 2½ len, len 3rd Pissaro, Wimborne 900m
Stony Creek barrier trial Good(4) Dec 11. Prefer to
watch.
11. UNREALISTIC (G Withers) 6g By Lonhro Dreamy (41:4-6-7): Looked unlucky lg hd 2nd of 8 (1)
$15.00 54.0 Noumea 1800m Coleraine Cup Good(4)
Sept 23. Fair effort in 2¼ len 6th of 10 (5) $7.50 58.0
Stealthy Lucas 1600m Hamilton (Bm70) Good(4)
Oct 13. Resuming. May need the outing.
RACE 7
4.40
(2000m)
1. CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE (D K Weir) 4g By Raise
The Flag (GB) - Pernote (NZ) (16:4-0-5): Laid in in
straight when 2¼ len 4th of 12 (11) $20.00 54.0
Beauty Way 1600m Racing.Com Park (Metro) Open
Hcp Good(3) Dec 8. Battled away gamely sht ½ hd,
1¼ len 3rd of 5 (5) $2.50 55.0 Hussybay, Royal Rumble 1600m M’ville (Bm86) Good(4) Dec 22. Honest
gelding and can never leave him out of winning
chances.
2. LAMBORGHINI (Patrick Payne) 8g By Shinko
King (IR) - Outraging (NZ) (28:4-9-3): Gave good account when ½ len 2nd of 7 (4) $5.50 58.5 Friedensberg 1800m Sandown-Hillside (Bm70) Good(3) Dec
12. Charged home from back half for ¾ len win of 12
(1) $7.00 54.5 Nothin’ Like Harry, Top Of The Range
2000m F’ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22. Racing in
super form and won in similar company last start.
Major player.
3. TOP OF THE RANGE (M D Moroney) 5g By
Savabeel - Spiriting (NZ) (17:3-2-1): Kept trying 2¼
len 5th of 16 (15) $5.00F 59.0 Mr Monaco 1800m
Sandown-Hillside (Bm78) Good(3) Nov 28. Found
the line intently for ¾ len, len 3rd of 12 (5) $12.00
59.0 Lamborghini, Nothin’ Like Harry 2000m F’ton
(Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22. Has been finishing races off
solidly and can run into placing again.
4. BALCAZAR (Lee & Shannon Hope) 5g By Sebring - Madame Medusa (IR) (20:4-0-3): Didn’t offer
much when 4½ len 11th of 16 (6) $13.00 57.0 Mr Monaco 1800m Sandown-Hillside (Bm78) Good(3) Nov
28. Well held 9 len last of 9 (3) $31.00 53.5 Masculino
1720m F’ton (Bm84) Soft(5) Dec 15. Cannot see him
improving enough.
5. CRITICAL THINKING (Brent Stanley) 5g By So
You Think (NZ) - Professionelle (NZ) (15:4-3-0):
Knuckled down well to score ¾ len win of 8 (4)
$2.70F 60.0 Trogir, Goethe 1440m C’field (Bm70)
Good(3) Dec 19. Settled handy when ½ len 2nd of
10 (9) $8.00 58.0 Silentz 1600m C’field (Bm78)
Good(3) Dec 26. Will go forward and take catching
from the corner.
6. FONTEIN LAD (G Eurell) 5g By Turffontein - Mehter (NZ) (37:5-6-4): Failed to fire 6¼ len 7th of 12 (9)
$41.00 54.0 Beauty Way 1600m Racing.Com Park
(Metro) Open Hcp Good(3) Dec 8. Found rivals too
strong 5 len 6th of 12 (2) $31.00 58.5 Lamborghini
2000m F’ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22. Hard to see
him improving enough to worry these.
7. CALIBRATION (D K Weir) 5h By Excelebration (IR) - Dance Troupe (GB) (12:2-4-4): Let down
nicely for 1½ len win of 8 (6) $4.20 55.0 Royal Order,
Ruomaza 2040m M Valley (Bm78) Good(3) Nov
16. Held ground 3¼ len 7th of 15 (2) $4.40 56.0 Mr
Quickie 2000m Racing.Com Park (Metro) (Bm78)
Good(3) Dec 8. Won similar race at MV two back and
if found that form would be competitive.
8. KILMACURRAGH (M, W & J Hawkes) 6g By
O’Reilly (NZ) - Floral Brook (16:3-4-2): Poor postrace recovery when 6 len last of 10 (9) $9.00 54.0
Irithea 1400m R’hill 3yo+ (Bm88) Good(3) Dec 8.
Chased valiantly 3¼ len 2nd of 8 (3) $5.00 59.5 Missybeel 1800m Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ (Bm70)
Soft(5) Dec 21. Tried bravely when placed in Sydney
last start. Place claims.
9. TRANQUIL MISS (George Doderico) 7m By
Churchill Downs - Devil’s Tower (28:6-4-3): Safely
held in 4¼ len last of 11 (10) $9.00 57.0 Angelic Spirit
1400m Racing.Com Park (Metro) 3yo+ F&M (Bm78)
Good(3) Dec 8. Powered away 6¼ len win of 7 (2)
$5.00 58.0 Valeria Messalina, Saucy Jack 1717m Sale
(Bm70) Good(3) Dec 23. Gave them a gallopiing lesson last start. This harder but cannot dismiss.
10. CREEDENCE (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 4g By
Helmet - Boracay (12:2-3-1): Only just missed in driving finish nose 2nd of 15 (3) $5.50 53.0 Mr Quickie
2000m Racing.Com Park (Metro) (Bm78) Good(3)
Dec 8. Kept coming 2¼ len 4th of 12 (7) $3.50F 55.5
Lamborghini 2000m F’ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22.
Racing consistently and gets his chance.
11. TEA FOR CHOUX (G Eurell) 5m By Jimmy Choux
(NZ) - High Tea (NZ) (15:4-3-1): Showed pace when
2¼ len 5th of 9 (6) $31.00 54.0 Shokora 1600m M
Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm84) Good(3) Dec 1. Reasonable effort ½ len 4th of 9 (3) $12.00 52.5 Penny To
Sell 1600m F’ton 3yo+ F&M (Bm84) Soft(5) Dec
22. Gave a good sight at Flemington last start. Can
figure.
12. NOTHIN’ LEICA HIGH (R D Griffiths) 4g By High
Chaparral (IR) - Cinque Cento (14:2-1-2): Just missed
½ hd 2nd of 11 (3) $11.00 60.0 Friedensberg 1500m
Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(3) Nov 28. Even
effort 2¾ len 4th of 13 (8) $18.00 57.5 Declares War
1720m F’ton 3&4yo-Bm70 Soft(5) Dec 15. Competitive in nice form race last start and would not leave
out of multiples.
CAMBRIDGE (NZ)
harness today
• Tips by AAP
1 Pace
2200m 1.29
1 Kaysayrah, 2 Mr Incredible, 3 Whatchagot, 4 All
Yours, 5 Turbo, 6 New Frontier, 7 E Cat, 8 Carse
O Fern Tom, 9 Ideal Lincoln, 10 Phil Bromac, 11
Callie’s Delight, 12 Sarabi,
TIPS: PHIL BROMAC 1, New Frontier 2, E Cat 3,
Carse O Fern Tom 4.
2 Pace
2200m 1.59
1 Te Kouka Sun Rise, 2 Comedy Act, 3 Fortunato,
4 Awhi Mai, 5 Awa Cathrine, 6 Flying Taine, 7
Wait For Success, 8 Secretofthesea Smile,
TIPS: FORTUNATO 1, Awhi Mai 2,
Wait For Success 3, Comedy Act 4.
13. STORMY SHORE (K J Fythe) 7m By Bramshaw
- Swiss Storm (46:6-4-2): Respiratory issues 3¼ len
7th of 10 (4) $51.00 55.5 Music Of The Night 2040m
M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm70) Soft(7) Dec 21. Reared
at start when failed to finish of 10 (3) $51.00 54.0
Khartoum 2500m M Valley (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 29.
Prefer to watch her go around.
RACE 8
5.20
(1400m)
1. MR ONE ELEVEN (E V Musgrove) 8g By Shaft Benita (43:7-4-3): Too strong final stages lg hd win
of 9 (9) $18.00 56.0 Corporate Takeover, Tristram’s
Sun 1800m Kerang Cup Good(4) Mar 31. Kept grinding 3¼ len 4th of 9 (1) $151.00 54.0 Harrison 2400m
Bendigo (Metro) Open Hcp Good(4) April 7. First-up.
Looks tested.
2. WEATHER WITH YOU (Joseph Waldron) 4g By
Teofilo (IR) - Tarique (12:1-3-1): Best work late sht
hd, ½ nk 3rd of 15 (14) $21.00 56.0 Levendi, Astoria 2000m R’hill G2 Tulloch Stakes Good(4) Mar 31.
Well held 10¼ len 9th of 18 (1) $21.00 56.5 Levendi
2400m R’wick G1 Atc Derby Good(4) April 7. Resuming. Took on some hot races last preparation and if
any support would respect.
3. MR GUSTAVO (K L Corstens) 8g By Savabeel Fiorenza (NZ) (49:10-6-6): Balanced up midfield
when 6¾ len 8th of 11 (3) $41.00 55.5 Tamasa
1500m M Valley (Bm84) Good(3) Oct 26. Too tough
on line ½ hd win of 8 (3) $9.00 58.0 Chapel City, Enki
1400m Morphettville Parks (Bm75) Good(4) Dec 1.
Was tough late winning last start and would include
in chances.
4. KACHING (C Maher & D Eustace) 5g By So You
Think (NZ) - Sun Song (19:4-3-6): Worked right to
the line for len, ¾ len 3rd of 11 (5) $8.00 59.5 Mantastic, The Passage 1600m C’field (Bm78) Good(4)
July 28. Faded final stages 10 len last of 16 (4) $8.00
56.5 The Statesman 2000m F’ton (Bm78) Soft(5)
Aug 11. Had the benefit of 7¾ len last Makahu Boy
800m Cranbourne Training barrier trial Soft(6) Nov
26. First-up. Prefer to wait until later especially from
wide gate.
5. KALASHANI LAD (T T Walsh) 8g By Bel Esprit Space Regent (35:7-4-1): Well held 4¼ len 9th of 13
(11) $31.00 57.5 Prezado 1000m Racing.Com Park
(Metro) (Bm78) Good(3) Dec 8. Did not get much
room late 8¾ len 14th of 20 (14) $101.00 57.5 Usain Bowler 1200m F’ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22.
Should have finished closer last start after luckless
run. Place claims.
6. SPRING TYCOON (Andrew Noblet) 5g By Written Tycoon - Hello Doctor (21:5-4-0): No match
when 6¼ len last of 11 (9) $101.00 57.0 Princess Of
Queens 1200m Geelong (Bm84) Good(4) Oct 24.
Well beaten 8 len 10th of 11 (6) $81.00 59.0 Castelo
1200m M Valley (Bm78) Soft(5) Dec 14. Struggling to
make an impression. Hard to make a case for.
7. VELLASTAR (D T O’Brien) 6g By Lope De Vega
(IR) - Bellaafonte (17:5-1-1): Held ground 4¼ len 5th
of 9 (6) $26.00 60.5 I Am Queen 1100m Ballarat
(Metro) (Bm70) Soft(7) Nov 24. Rounded up opposition to score nose win of 12 (12) $10.00 60.5 Indian
Thunder, Oscar’s My Mate Pa 1300m Warrnambool
(Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 13. Good tough win last start and
can measure up to these.
8. RED CHOUX’S (D K Weir) 5g By Jimmy Choux
(NZ) - Speechless (18:4-6-4): Well held 6¾ len 9th
of 12 (8) $7.50 58.5 Strike Force 1600m M Valley
(Bm78) Good(4) Aug 25. Finished off well when firstup 2¾ len, 1¾ len 3rd of 20 (17) $101.00 58.0 Usain
Bowler, Mastering 1200m F’ton (Bm78) Good(4)
Dec 22. Let down late from back of the field to place
at long odds at Flemington first-up. Fitter and major
player.
9. SABOTAGE (Symon Wilde) 6g By Savabeel Scenic Lil (24:4-7-1): Not flash in 6 len 7th of 14 (12)
$18.00 59.0 Silentz 1407m Geelong (Bm78) Soft(5)
May 27. Well held 3¾ len 7th of 11 (10) $9.00 58.5
Castelo 1200m M Valley (Bm78) Soft(5) Dec 14. Up
to right trip and may improve.
10. HARBOUR GREY (S V Brown) 7g By Mastercraftsman (IR) - Springburn (26:4-6-4): Never got
close 5½ len 9th of 11 (8) $14.00 55.5 Castelo 1200m
M Valley (Bm78) Soft(5) Dec 14. Battled away for
1¾ len 7th of 9 (6) $6.50 60.0 Hunamosa 1400m
Seymour (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 30. Hard to see him
winning this.
11. MASTERING (M G Price) 4g By Smart Missile
- Malapert (10:3-3-0): On return from break was
dominant 6 len win of 5 (2) $3.70 54.5 Exceltara, Mr
Money Bags 1200m Kilmore (Bm78) Soft(5) Nov 25.
Beaten by smart one 2¾ len 2nd of 20 (9) $3.00F
57.0 Usain Bowler 1200m F’ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec
22. Only needs to hold form to win this.
12. PORTMAN (D T O’Brien) 6g By Makfi (GB) Farasha (NZ) (21:4-2-3): Ran wide early stages when
2½ len 4th of 7 (5) $3.90 56.0 Strike Force 1525m
Geelong Ballan Cup Good(4) Nov 10. Held position 3
len 4th of 10 (7) $14.00 54.5 Mr Money Bags 1400m
F’ton (Bm84) Good(4) Dec 22. He is frustrating but
will look winner at some stage in straight.
13. HUSSY’S GLOW (Patrick Payne) 5m By Hussonet (US) - Joyful Glow (26:5-6-3): Hung in during
race and never came on 5½ len 8th of 9 (9) $7.50
54.0 Naantali 1600m M Valley 3yo+ F&M-Bm84
Good(4) Aug 4. Well held 4 len 8th of 11 (9) $18.00
54.5 Castelo 1200m M Valley (Bm78) Soft(5) Dec 14.
Fitter and will be an improver.
14. JESTA DREAMA (Ms W Kelly) 5g By Bon
Hoffa - Jest Dreamin’ (20:4-6-2): Had wide run but
kept coming sht hd, lg nk 3rd of 11 (5) $21.00 57.0
Amadeus, Mr Money Bags 1400m Racing.Com Park
(Metro) V.G. Bullion Good(3) Dec 8. Held ground 7¾
len 12th of 20 (3) $61.00 57.5 Usain Bowler 1200m
F’ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22. Needs luck from his
barrier draw.
15. TROGIR (P Stokes) 5g By Exceed And Excel Shasmecka (23:4-7-3): Didn’t offer much when 5 len
7th of 11 (1) $7.50 58.0 Gold Fields 1400m SandownLakeside (Bm70) Soft(5) Nov 21. Best work late ¾
len 2nd of 8 (8) $5.50 58.5 Critical Thinking 1440m
C’field (Bm70) Good(3) Dec 19. Not without a place
chance in this field.
TAB CODE: YH
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5, 6, 7
MOBILE: (8) STAND: (8)
*DENOTES DRIVER
CONCESSION APPLIES
3 Pace
1700m 2.29
1 Runcle, 2 Loud An Proud, 3 Russian Alsu, 4
Turbo, 5 Nerve Of Steel, 6 Crackared, 7 Racketeers Boy, 8 Waingaro Mara, 9 Highview Justice,
TIPS: CRACKARED 1, Runcle 2,
Nerve Of Steel 3, Racketeers Boy 4.
4 Pace
1700m 2.59 Q1
1 Dina Brown, 2 Jakira, 3 Helena Ideal, 4 Spirit
Of Love, 5 High Point, 6 Ally Mae, 7 Starry Star,
8 Westburn Yield,
TIPS: DINA BROWN 1, High Point 2,
Helena Ideal 3, Ally Mae 4.
RACE 9
5.55
(1100m)
1. GLENROWAN PRINCE (K Hann) 7g By Bushranger (IR) - Blue Magic (39:10-4-3): Wide throughout when 7 len last of 11 (10) $8.50 59.0 Choisborder
1300m Ararat China Bowl Good(3) Nov 11. Well
held5¾ len 11th of 13 (6) $41.00 54.5 Theanswermyfriend 1200m Racing.Com Park (Metro) Open Hcp
Good(3) Dec 8. Not going well enough.
2. BASSETT (M G Price) 6g By Savabeel - Fledgling
(NZ) (37:5-2-5): Battled in ground 8¼ len last of 10
(2) $8.00 52.0 Jungle Edge 1200m Ballarat (Metro)
Tonks Plate Soft(7) Nov 24. Ridden on the speed
before tiring 8¾ len last of 13 (1) $13.00 52.0 Theanswermyfriend 1200m Racing.Com Park (Metro)
Open Hcp Good(3) Dec 8. Frustrating gelding but
this is a race he could surprise in.
3. BARTHELONA (M D Moroney) 5g By Zoffany (IR)
- Barcelona Girl (24:6-3-5): Held ground late ¾ len
4th of 12 (1) $6.00 52.0 Chamois Road 1400m C’field
Hcp Good(4) July 28. Did not finish off 5¾ len 7th of
11 (8) $3.90F 54.0 Theanswermyfriend 1400m F’ton
Open Hcp Soft(5) Aug 11. Resuming. Classy sprinter
on his day and looks major player.
4. TOP ME UP (M, W & J Hawkes) 6g By Exceed And
Excel - De Groove (34:5-4-2): Well held 5½ len 7th
of 11 (10) $31.00 54.0 Malaise 1400m C’field Hcp
Good(4) July 14. Held ground 4¾ len 9th of 11 (3)
$41.00 54.0 Whispering Brook 1100m F’ton Hcp
Soft(5) Dec 15. Went to line only fairly at Flemington
first-up. Fitter and will be running on.
5. MATTY (M Ellerton & S Zahra) 5g By Nicconi Casual Friday (14:6-1-1): Took up a handy position
in 1½ len 5th of 13 (13) $6.50 57.0 Prezado 1000m
Racing.Com Park (Metro) (Bm78) Good(3) Dec 8.
Settled handy when sht hd win of 9 (6) $3.60 57.0
Plateau Gold, Pravro 955m M Valley (Bm78) Soft(6)
Dec 21. He is tough and no reason cannot win again.
6. WELL SPRUNG (Ms L Tolson & Ms L Proctor) 6g
By Star Witness - Sprung (US) (32:3-4-3): Failed to
fire 4¾ len 8th of 10 (8) $21.00 56.5 Flow 1400m
R’hill 3yo+ (Bm95) Good(4) June 16. Dropped out
9¾ len last of 11 (11) $31.00 60.0 Castelo 1200m M
Valley (Bm78) Soft(5) Dec 14. Too bad to be true
first-up and willing to give another chance.
7. DEMOLITION (James Cummings) 5g By Street
Cry (IR) - Shatters (13:4-4-2): Closed in hd 2nd of
9 (9) $5.00 60.0 Exceltara 1200m M Valley Bm78
Good(3) Dec 1. Chased home hard ¾ len 2nd of 11 (8)
$4.20 57.5 Order Of Command 1000m F’ton (Bm84)
Good(4) Dec 22. Looks ready to win and will not get
better chance than this.
8. SHERIFF JOHN STONE (C Maher & D Eustace)
5g By Reward For Effort - River Bypass (27:6-4-4):
Battled late 6¼ len 10th of 16 (14) $31.00 59.5 Order
Of Command 1100m F’ton 3yo+ (Bm80) Good(3)
Nov 10. Stayed tough late 1¼ len 2nd of 11 (5) $5.00
58.0 Castelo 1200m M Valley (Bm78) Soft(5) Dec
14. Close up when placed last start and may sneak
a place again.
9. STREETS OF AVALON (S P Nichols) 4g By
Magnus - Kamuniak (NZ) (23:3-4-7): Best work late
3½ len 9th of 10 (6) $2.70F 53.0 Goodfella 1600m
R’wick 3yo+ (Bm88) Good(4) Sept 1. Only battled
2¼ len 4th of 10 (3) $2.10F 58.0 See Me Fly 1450m
Tatura Cup Good(3) Sept 22. First-up. He has plenty
of ability and can run cheeky race fresh.
10. ENIGMAN (C Maher & D Eustace) 5g By Myboycharlie (IR) - Miranda (14:5-0-2): Held ground late ½
len, ½ nk 3rd of 7 (4) $3.90 60.0 Choisborder, Liberty Song 1200m Echuca (Bm78) Good(4) Aug 27.
Showed pace when 2½ len 4th of 10 (4) $5.50 58.0
Moonlover 1200m Mornington (Bm78) Good(3)
Sept 13. Resuming. Has speed and could be in this
for a long way.
11. EXCELTARA (M Ellerton & S Zahra) 4g By Excelebration (IR) - Voltara (15:4-4-1): Good tough
hd win of 9 (5) $11.00 57.5 Demolition, Magnesium
Rose 1200m M Valley Bm78 Good(3) Dec 1. Settled
midfield when 5¼ len 6th of 20 (6) $18.00 57.0
Usain Bowler 1200m F’ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22.
Average effort in easier company at Flemington last
start. Place claims best.
12. TOY BOY (G Eurell) 5g By Turffontein - Heart’s
Hope (17:4-2-2): Stayed tough 1½ len 4th of 13 (13)
$9.00 54.0 Theanswermyfriend 1200m Racing.Com
Park (Metro) Open Hcp Good(3) Dec 8. Held ground
5¼ len 7th of 20 (8) $91.00 60.0 Usain Bowler
1200m F’ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22. Enormous
effort two back then good in quality race last start.
Major chance.
13. COLUMBIA (Will Clarken) 4g By Denman - Mulu
Miss (22:5-3-4): Gave good sight sht ½ hd, ¾ len 3rd
of 7 (5) $2.90F 57.5 Pamela Joy, Mysticano 1200m
Gawler (Metro) (Bm75) Good(4) Dec 15. Drove clear
late 1¾ len win of 8 (1) $2.00F 54.0 Oamaru Owl,
One More Daisy 1200m M’ville (Bm82) Good(4) Dec
29. SCRATCHED
14. BELWAZI (Jerome Hunter) 5m By Bel Esprit Nkwazi (16:6-1-1): Wide throughout and dropped
out 10¼ len last of 8 (4) $13.00 56.0 Fill The Flute
1000m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm84) Good(3) Dec 1.
Did not have all that much luck ½ len 4th of 9 (9)
$10.00 56.5 Matty 955m M Valley (Bm78) Soft(6)
Dec 21. Worked home okay to finish close to
placegetters at latest. Needs luck from gate.
15. GIBBON (Ms W Kelly) 6g By Bon Hoffa - Monkey
See (34:5-5-5): Beaten but not disgraced when 3¼
len 8th of 13 (3) $31.00 56.0 Prezado 1000m Racing.Com Park (Metro) (Bm78) Good(3) Dec 8. Sound
when 1½ len 5th of 11 (1) $51.00 52.5 Order Of Command 1000m F’ton (Bm84) Good(4) Dec 22. Wasn’t
all that far away at long odds at Flemington last
start. Rough chance for minors.
16. I AM SOMEONE (P A Preusker) 4g By Onemorenomore - Vanity Sky (10:3-3-2): Ridden on the speed
2½ len, ¾ len 3rd of 9 (2) $3.10F 56.5 I Am Queen,
Rox The Castle 1100m Ballarat (Metro) (Bm70)
Soft(7) Nov 24. Powered away final stages 5 len win
of 8 (7) $1.90F 58.5 Chapel Road, It’s A Shame Billy
1000m Bendigo (Bm70) Soft(6) Dec 16. Racing in
great heart. Powered home for an impressive win
at Bendigo last outing and can measure up to these.
• ON SKY RACING 2
5 Pace
2200m 3.29 DD1 Q2
1 Janet Guthrie, 2 Liberal Arden, 3 Kundana
Gold, 4 Hezaluckygrinner, 5 Manihiki Pearl, 6
Knights Desire, 7 Scherger Chief, 8 Viewfield
Gnat, 9 Misty Memory, 10 Our Wicklow,
TIPS: JANET GUTHRIE 1, Liberal Arden 2,
Hezaluckygrinner 3, Misty Memory 4.
6 Pace
2700m 3.59
Q3
1 About Turn, 2 Destined For Heaven, 3 Rock N
Shard, 4 Comic Book Hero, 5 Willedu, 6 Command Lustre, 7 Patanjali, 8 Zealand Star,
TIPS: ZEALAND STAR 1, Patanjali 2,
Rock N Shard 3, Comic Book Hero 4.
7 Hcp Trot
2200m 4.29 DD2 Q4
1 Burt Munro, 2 Danke, 3 Luck Of The Moment,
4 Saint Michel, 5 Our Rosa, 6 Rave Nation, 7
Primus Inter Pares, 8 Kai Time, 9 Harry H, 10
Caitlin’s Surprise,
TIPS: KAI TIME 1, Luck Of The Moment 2,
Caitlin’s Surprise 3, Danke 4.
52 RACING
THE FILES
FRIDAY JANUARY 4 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
TABFORM
»Daily Double: Races 7 and 9
»Early Quaddie: 2, 3, 4, 5
»Quaddie: 6, 7, 8, 9
»Rail: True
»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.
RACE 1 Patricia Cooper
1000m 1.00
3yo Fillies Benchmark 70. Prizemoney: $135,000; 1st $74,250; 2nd $24,300; 3rd $12,150; 4th $6750;
5th $4050. Apprentices can claim.
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FORM
15s75
16s41
33s11
75s11
s1140
47s1
28s1
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6.
HORSE
DRAW
NOMOTHAJ d
3
YULONG MONOCEROS dwhn 1
COSMIC RUBY dh
5
DU WELL d
2
MISCHA dwn
4
TROPEZINA dwh
6
VOGUE EMPRESS d
7
7.
TRAINER
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
C Maher & D Eustace
J D Sadler
R D Griffiths
Symon Wilde
Henry Dwyer
D K Weir
JOCKEY
L King (a3)
L Riordan (a3)
J Martin (a2)
A Mallyon
M Zahra
M Poy (a3)
D Yendall
RACE 2 Dale Foenander
WGT
62 $4.40
59.5
7.50
58.5 4.80
58.5 *3.10
58
12.00
56
6.00
56
8.00
1400m 1.35
EQ1
Benchmark 64. Prizemoney: $75,000; 1st $41,250; 2nd $13,500; 3rd $6750; 4th $3750;
5th $2250. Apprentices cannot claim.
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FORM HORSE
DRAW
00314 ARROCHAR wn
11
0176s HOUSTON STREET w
13
s7625 KRONOS
5
414s0sMITRUST n
14
5444s SEATTLE PARK
1
1210s EASY DRAMA w
10
88332 SUNQUEST
7
50s27 CAMILA LUCINDA wn
3
225s1 CASH FOR DIAMONDS dw 9
90s75sENSUING dh
2
2s123 CINCINNATI RED
6
s3450 OMOROSE
12
2s719 SMURF CODY
8
s2312sLEILA’S STAR
4
TRAINER
R E Laing
Gavin Bedggood
S V Brown
Richard Laming
M C Kent
Dean Larsson
S J Richards
D R Brideoake
John McArdle
Andrew Noblet
L & T Corstens
Michelle Payne
M, W & J Hawkes
P A Chow
JOCKEY
D Dunn
SCRATCHED
B Prebble
M Walker
E Brown (a)
P Moloney
B Melham
Ms N Beriman
Ms J Eaton (a)
J Bowditch
M Zahra
SCRATCHED
J Winks
C Williams
RACE 3 Donya Van Pampus
WGT
60.5
60.5
60.5
60.5
60
59
58.5
58
58
57.5
57
57
57
56
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8
9
FORM
32121
175s3
6s311
1s255
2311
6s616
17123
18s36
23s34
3.
4.
5.
6.
HORSE
DRAW
MOOR WANTED dw
1
MAGNESIUM ROSE tch 3
MOUNT HOREB dw
4
REDCORE n
8
TOUR DOWN UNDER
9
BOLD MISSILE dwbh
6
KAPLUMPICH dn
5
NORTON n
2
MORE BRICKS
7
EQ2
7.
8.
TRAINER
P A Chow
Matthew Lindsay
G A Osborne
G Eurell
Robert Kingston
Henry Dwyer
D K Weir
P G Carey
D K Weir
JOCKEY
M Poy (a3)
C Williams
Ms L Meech
D Dunn
Ms J Eaton (a3)
M Zahra
D Yendall
J Martin (a2)
L King (a3)
RACE 4 Richard Cotter
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3.
4.
WGT
60.5
59.5
59.5
58.5
58
57
56.5
56
55.5
8.50
4.00
10.00
7.00
23.00
17.00
*3.20
12.00
7.00
1600m 2.45
5.
6.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
86616 SHOKORA d
8
747s0sANOTHER BULLSEYE dwn 5
40s14 CELTIC LOVE dw
6
13431 EXTREME BLISS dwn
3
22412 SUPRE w
7
37192 ESPOSITO GOLD dwn
1
90221 MISS SKEPTICAL cw
9
12211 ZOOPHORIA
2
6s113 CRIMSON TEARS w
4
23134 VITANI bn
10
7.
8.
TRAINER
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
D T O’Brien
M C Conners
D R Brideoake
L & S Hope
Robert Kingston
Matthew Brown
N A Blackiston
D K Weir
Ms W Kelly
9.
EQ3
10.
JOCKEY
L King (a3)
M Poy (a3)
Ms L Meech
A Mallyon
E Brown (a1.5)
Ms J Eaton (a3)
Ms C Macfarlane (a3)
D Dunn
D Yendall
C Williams
WGT
61.5
58.5
56.5
56.5
56
55
54.5
54.5
54
54
7.00
11.00
19.00
6.50
6.00
15.00
11.00
9.00
*4.20
6.50
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (1) Nomothaj cross-over noseband on first time
RACE 2: (2) Houston Street winkers off first time; (8) Camila Lucinda ear
muffs on again, ear muffs pre-race only off again
RACE 4: (10) Vitani winkers off first time
RACE 5: (1) Just Hifalutin ear muffs off first time, ear muffs pre-race only on
first time
RACE 6: (7) Fastnet Latina blinkers on again; (9) Mission Hill lugging bit off
first time, standard bit on first time
RACE 7: (4) Balcazar winkers on first time; (8) Kilmacurragh winkers on
again
RACE 8: (2) Weather With You cross-over noseband on again, ear muffs
pre-race only on first time, nasal strip on first time, tongue-tie off first time;
(6) Spring Tycoon blinkers off first time
RACE 9: (2) Bassett blinkers off first time, tongue-tie on first time; (6) Well
Sprung cross-over noseband off first time; (12) Toy Boy bar front plates on
again
TABFORM
TAB CODE: MR
on SKY1
Ray Thomas
Tony Thomas
Adam Sherry
Chris Vernuccio
Nick Quinn
1
1 NOMOTHAJ
4 Du Well
2 Yulong Monoceros
3 Cosmic Ruby
1 NOMOTHAJ
3 Cosmic Ruby
4 Du Well
5 Mischa
4 DU WELL
3 Cosmic Ruby
2 Yulong Monoceros
1 Nomothaj
4 DU WELL
2 Yulong Monoceros
1 Nomothaj
3 Cosmic Ruby
4 DU WELL
3 Cosmic Ruby
1 Nomothaj
2 Yulong Monoceros
2
11 CINCINNATI RED
9 Cash For Diamonds
7 Sunquest
3 Kronos
5 SEATTLE PARK
11 Cincinnati Red
3 Kronos
7 Sunquest
11 CINCINNATI RED
7 Sunquest
3 Kronos
8 Camila Lucinda
11 CINCINNATI RED
3 Kronos
7 Sunquest
8 Camila Lucinda
11 CINCINNATI RED
3 Kronos
14 Leila’s Star
1 Arrochar
3
7 KAPLUMPICH
5 Tour Down Under
9 More Bricks
1 Moor Wanted
2 MAGNESIUM ROSE
4 Redcore
7 Kaplumpich
1 Moor Wanted
2 MAGNESIUM ROSE
7 Kaplumpich
9 More Bricks
4 Redcore
7 KAPLUMPICH
2 Magnesium Rose
9 More Bricks
1 Moor Wanted
7 KAPLUMPICH
9 More Bricks
2 Magnesium Rose
1 Moor Wanted
4
9 CRIMSON TEARS
8 Zoophoria
5 Supre
7 Miss Skeptical
5 SUPRE
1 Shokora
4 Extreme Bliss
2 Another Bullseye
5 SUPRE
9 Crimson Tears
4 Extreme Bliss
1 Shokora
4 EXTREME BLISS
5 Supre
9 Crimson Tears
10 Vitani
9 CRIMSON TEARS
10 Vitani
1 Shokora
3 Celtic Love
5
5 MISS NORWAY
6 Chatuchak
3 Fill The Flute
10 Our Gladiator
5 MISS NORWAY
3 Fill The Flute
1 Just Hifalutin
6 Chatuchak
3 FILL THE FLUTE
5 Miss Norway
1 Just Hifalutin
6 Chatuchak
3 FILL THE FLUTE
5 Miss Norway
1 Just Hifalutin
4 Queen Annabel
5 MISS NORWAY
3 Fill The Flute
8 Favonski
9 Nodoubtaboutit
6
4 NOTIO
6 Black Sail
2 Amadeus
1 Silentz
2 AMADEUS
1 Silentz
6 Black Sail
5 Wenner
1 SILENTZ
2 Amadeus
6 Black Sail
4 Notio
1 SILENTZ
6 Black Sail
2 Amadeus
4 Notio
6 BLACK SAIL
1 Silentz
9 Mission Hill
2 Amadeus
7
2 LAMBORGHINI
8 Kilmacurragh
5 Critical Thinking
1 Civil Disobedience
3 TOP OF THE RANGE
10 Creedence
1 Civil Disobedience
12 Nothin’ Leica High
10 CREEDENCE
2 Lamborghini
5 Critical Thinking
1 Civil Disobedience
2 LAMBORGHINI
10 Creedence
12 Nothin’ Leica High
3 Top Of The Range
8 KILMACURRAGH
5 Critical Thinking
1 Civil Disobedience
2 Lamborghini
8
11 MASTERING
8 Red Choux’s
15 Trogir
7 Vellastar
11 MASTERING
12 Portman
9 Sabotage
4 Kaching
11 MASTERING
8 Red Choux’s
15 Trogir
4 Kaching
11 MASTERING
12 Portman
15 Trogir
7 Vellastar
11 MASTERING
12 Portman
8 Red Choux’s
3 Mr Gustavo
9
7 DEMOLITION
16 I Am Someone
5 Matty
4 Top Me Up
7 DEMOLITION
16 I Am Someone
9 Streets Of Avalon
3 Barthelona
7 DEMOLITION
16 I Am Someone
11 Exceltara
5 Matty
7 DEMOLITION
16 I Am Someone
11 Exceltara
3 Barthelona
3 BARTHELONA
7 Demolition
10 Enigman
11 Exceltara
RACE 5 In Mem. Aila Hinton-Tooley
1100m 3.20
3yo & up F&M Benchmark 84. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $68,750; 2nd $22,500; 3rd $11,250;
4th $6250; 5th $3750. Apprentices can claim.
EQ4
RACE 8 Fiona Jamieson
1400m 5.20
Benchmark 78. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $68,750; 2nd $22,500; 3rd $11,250; 4th $6250;
5th $3750. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
8.
9.
3yo & up F&M Benchmark 78. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $68,750; 2nd $22,500; 3rd $11,250;
4th $6250; 5th $3750. Apprentices can claim.
1.
races Saturday
1200m 2.10
3 & 4yo Benchmark 70. Prizemoney: $135,000; 1st $74,250; 2nd $24,300; 3rd $12,150;
4th $6750; 5th $4050. Apprentices can claim.
1.
19.00
—
5.50
19.00
19.00
51.00
5.50
9.50
15.00
17.00
*2.70
—
21.00
10.00
Caulfield
TABform liftouts now
available online everyday
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
FORM HORSE
DRAW
21s2stJUST HIFALUTIN dwn
8
01882tMAZUREK w
7
11112 FILL THE FLUTE dn
10
s1405 QUEEN ANNABEL dwn 12
55s11 MISS NORWAY dh
6
82s49 CHATUCHAK w
11
6s103 GWENNETH dwn
5
s1017 FAVONSKI d
2
15247 NODOUBTABOUTIT w
3
98515 OUR GLADIATOR twn
4
167s8 KYZAMBA wn
9
0155s ADALITA n
1
TRAINER
E Jusufovic
Chris Bieg
Jamie Edwards
Ms R Kelly
J D Sadler
James Cummings
Mitchell Beer
Daniel Bowman
P Stokes
Jerome Hunter
Jim Cerchi Jnr
G M Begg
RACE 6 Nicholas Rehfisch
JOCKEY
L Riordan (a3)
J Martin (a2)
Ms G Cartwright (a3)
C Williams
M Poy (a3)
D Dunn
J Noonan
Z Spain (a1.5)
C Symons
L King (a3)
Ms N Beriman
Ms J Eaton (a3)
WGT
61.5
61
58
58
57.5
56.5
56.5
56
56
56
54
54
7.00
12.00
*3.40
7.00
3.90
10.00
23.00
34.00
21.00
12.00
41.00
41.00
1600m 4.00
Benchmark 84. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $68,750; 2nd $22,500; 3rd $11,250; 4th $6250;
5th $3750. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
FORM
s8721
45512
4715s
s5175
0s353
12323
74529
50s48
70s85
90s8s
s626s
HORSE
DRAW
SILENTZ cdw
10
AMADEUS wbn
1
MURPHY’S DELIGHT wb 7
NOTIO dw
2
WENNER t
11
BLACK SAIL dwh
9
FASTNET LATINA dn
6
PRIMA n
4
MISSION HILL dw
3
LUCQUES dw
5
UNREALISTIC dw
8
RACE 7 Peter Missen
JOCKEY
E Brown (a1.5)
C Williams
Ms M Julius (a3)
D Dunn
M Zahra
Ms L Meech
J Childs
Ms T Hope (a3)
L Currie
L King (a3)
Ms G Cartwright (a3)
WGT
61
59.5
58.5
57.5
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
55.5
55
54
*3.20
5.50
101.00
9.00
8.00
3.30
13.00
26.00
10.00
151.00
41.00
2000m 4.40
Benchmark 78. Prizemoney: $135,000; 1st $74,250; 2nd $24,300; 3rd $12,150; 4th $6750;
5th $4050. Apprentices can claim.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
TRAINER
E V Musgrove
Joseph Waldron
K L Corstens
C Maher & D Eustace
T T Walsh
Andrew Noblet
D T O’Brien
D K Weir
Symon Wilde
S V Brown
M G Price
D T O’Brien
Patrick Payne
Ms W Kelly
P Stokes
JOCKEY
Ms M Julius (a3)
E Brown (a1.5)
J Martin (a2)
M Zahra
P Moloney
L King (a3)
D Thornton
D Yendall
Ms C Macfarlane (a3)
B Prebble
J Noonan
C Williams
Ms T Hope (a3)
C Robertson
M Poy (a3)
WGT
60.5
60
59.5
59
58.5
58.5
58.5
58
58
57.5
57.5
57.5
57
57
56.5
151.00
10.00
18.00
10.00
41.00
81.00
15.00
10.00
19.00
34.00
*2.00
12.00
34.00
26.00
10.00
1100m 5.55
Benchmark 84. Prizemoney: $125,000; 1st $68,750; 2nd $22,500; 3rd $11,250; 4th $6250;
5th $3750. Apprentices can claim.
TRAINER
D K Weir
M C Kent
E V Musgrove
M, W & J Hawkes
K M Keys
C Maher & D Eustace
Archie Alexander
L & S Hope
Joseph Waldron
E V Musgrove
G Withers
2.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
s014s MR ONE ELEVEN w
3
5539stWEATHER WITH YOU w 10
39481 MR GUSTAVO dwn
1
1930s KACHING dwhn
15
9s090 KALASHANI LAD dwn
6
8s000 SPRING TYCOON h
9
84s51 VELLASTAR dw
13
159s3 RED CHOUX’S dw
12
407s7 SABOTAGE n
11
s1997 HARBOUR GREY dw
8
96s12 MASTERING wbhn
2
s6544 PORTMAN d
4
538s8 HUSSY’S GLOW d
7
s2330 JESTA DREAMA dwn
14
63272 TROGIR tdw
5
RACE 9 Alicia White
6.
1.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
7.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
FORM
s0900
s0600
1647s
657s9
13151
008s0
21s22
01502
1194s
1134s
s1216
17047
11731
80s84
3s585
8s331
HORSE
DRAW
GLENROWAN PRINCE cd 16
BASSETT cn
7
BARTHELONA cdwb
1
TOP ME UP w
5
MATTY wn
9
WELL SPRUNG
10
DEMOLITION tdn
6
SHERIFF JOHN STONE tdwn 3
STREETS OF AVALON tb 8
ENIGMAN whn
2
EXCELTARA twn
15
TOY BOY wn
14
COLUMBIA dw
11
BELWAZI wn
13
GIBBON w
4
I AM SOMEONE w
12
TRAINER
K Hann
M G Price
M D Moroney
M, W & J Hawkes
Ellerton & Zahra
Ms L Tolson & Ms L Proctor
James Cummings
C Maher & D Eustace
S P Nichols
C Maher & D Eustace
Ellerton & Zahra
G Eurell
Will Clarken
Jerome Hunter
Ms W Kelly
P A Preusker
JOCKEY
Ms C Macfarlane (a3)
Ms J Eaton (a3)
L King (a3)
J Martin (a2)
Ms G Cartwright (a3)
B Allen (a)
C Williams
L Riordan (a3)
Z Spain (a1.5)
M Zahra
L Currie
Ms N Beriman
SCRATCHED
B Mertens
M Poy (a3)
Dean Holland
WGT
62.5
61
60.5
60
59
59
58
58
58
57
57
57
56
55.5
55.5
54
81.00
31.00
10.00
34.00
14.00
81.00
*3.40
14.00
17.00
13.00
10.00
19.00
—
31.00
19.00
*3.40
TRACK DATA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
FORM HORSE
DRAW
80s43 CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE d 8
2s221 LAMBORGHINI d
4
06453 TOP OF THE RANGE tn 10
00409 BALCAZAR wn
7
92512 CRITICAL THINKING t
11
24876 FONTEIN LAD dw
3
s3217sCALIBRATION dn
9
24s02 KILMACURRAGH wn
5
00401 TRANQUIL MISS w
6
41224 CREEDENCE dbn
1
6s454 TEA FOR CHOUX dwn
13
46s24 NOTHIN’ LEICA HIGH dwn 2
9937P STORMY SHORE dwn
12
TRAINER
D K Weir
Patrick Payne
M D Moroney
L & S Hope
Brent Stanley
G Eurell
D K Weir
M, W & J Hawkes
George Doderico
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
G Eurell
R D Griffiths
K J Fythe
JOCKEY
E Brown (a1.5)
Ms T Hope (a3)
P Moloney
B Mertens
M Walker
M Zahra
B Allen (a)
D Dunn
L Currie
C Williams
M Poy (a3)
Martin Seidl
Ms G Cartwright (a3)
WGT
60
60
59
58.5
58.5
58
57.5
57.5
56.5
55.5
55
54
54
9.50
8.00
10.00
51.00
6.00
21.00
10.00
10.00
19.00
*4.60
12.00
5.50
101.00
CIRCUMFERENCE: 2080m. STRAIGHT: 367m. DIRECTION: Anti-clockwise.
LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): Craig Williams (19 wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER (with runners): D K Weir (44 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD
(past 3 yrs): 34.03% Win 27.64% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1400m
(3)-18wins. TRAINER CHANGES: R2 (12) was trained by C Maher & D Eustace
now Michelle Payne. R8 (2) was trained by M Baker & A Forsman now Joseph
Waldron.
Note: Greyhound meetings can be found in
Daily Telegraph sport
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Tom’s terrific
Marquand:
A CASE
no doubts MOUNTING
FOR GRAND SLAMS
about Winx
RAY THOMAS
RAY THOMAS
SYDNEY’S super mare Winx has
a huge following in England —
but she also has her doubters.
English racing commentator
Matt Chapman caused a stir
before the Cox Plate last spring
when he questioned the merit
of Winx’s winning form by
describing her opposition as
“fairly moderate”.
“Slightly, it was proved in the
result we saw with Best Solution (Caulfield Cup) where all
the horses Winx had been beating were stuffed out of sight,’’
Chapman said.
But England’s rising star
jockey Tom Marquand has
nothing but admiration for
Winx, winner of 29 races in succession, who is being readied
for one final race preparation in
Sydney
y
y this autumn.
He also has three rides at
Canterbury tonight — Spiritiosa
(#The Races Handicap, 1250m),
Miss Monte (Autumn Carnival
On Sale Handicap, 1100m) and
San Francisco in the TAB
Rewards Handicap (1900m).
Sydney racing has the
deepest pool of riding
talent in the southern
hemisphere but
Marquand is holding
his own, adapting
quickly to the style.
Much is made of the
tightness of Australian
racing compared to
England but
Marquand believes
the major
difference is tempo.
“The speed of
how races develop
here is very real,’’
he said. “To the
untrained eye
people may not
tell but jockeys
filter down into a
position a lot
quicker.
“Everyone
settles into
the rhythm of
a race more
quickly here
TO FIRE
ton Handicap (1550m).
peror’s Way did trial
ood and although his
p is about 1800m to
being fresh I expect he
a good race,’’ the trainer
so may be at double
dds but Snowden is
astic about the gelding’s
in the Australian Turf
ndicap (1550m).
drops a lot of weight, he
od draw and can settle a
r.’’
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than back home. The races here
then don’t really change much
until turning for home with a
furlong and a bit to run. But back
in England, the races change the
whole way through, there are
developments and movements all
the time.’’
Marquand said even
trackwork is very different,
although that is often dictated by
the geography of Australian
training tracks, which are much
smaller with sharper turns than
English trackwork centres.
“The thing I’ve noticed over
here is the training regimes are to
train speed into the horses,’’ he
said. “At trackwork we do a lot of
‘5 home 2’ (1000m and sprint
home final 400m) and ‘3 home 1’
(600m and sprint home final
200m). You get to the furlong
pole going from half speed to a
flat-out gallop and this is
reflected in the way jockeys ride
in races, too. But back home you
are building into a race all the
time and horses are trained in
that manner as well.’’
Marquand is coming off a
sensational 2018, when he rode
106 winners, and is regarded as
the “next big thing” in the English
riding ranks. He won the
champion apprentices’ title three
years ago and it has fuelled his
ambition to win the senior
jockeys’ title.
“When I was gunning for
champion apprentice I had a scrap
with Jack Garrity for the title,’’ he
said. “I enjoyed the pressure of
that and it has narrowed my
mindset to how I would like to try
and win champion jockey one day
if possible.
“I’ve been watching the likes
of Silvestre De Sousa and Ryan
Moore, great jockeys like that,
and I can see what it takes for
them to be champion jockey.’’
Marquand rides for leading
English trainer Richard Hannon,
who believes the rider can one
day win the jockeys’ premiership.
Hannon can speak with authority
on the subject as Moore won the
apprentices’ title when he was
riding for the trainer in 2003.
Marquand will be in Sydney
for the rest of this month before
returning to England.
“I have come here with a
working holiday mentality to a
degree but I have been riding out
(trackwork) most mornings,’’ he
said. “I like to stay busy. Last year
would reflect that as I had over
1000 rides. It is nice to come
down and experience racing like
this in Sydney.”
LLOYD Kennewell, trainer of
top sprinting mare Viddora,
has highlighted the growing
concerns about the future of
South Australian racing by announcing the closure of his
Adelaide stables.
Kennewell moved his main
stable base to Caulfield earlier
this year but intended to continue to have horses in work at
Morphettville.
However,
those
plans
changed when the South Australian race prizemoney cuts
were announced last week.
In a media statement issued
yesterday, the trainer said it
was no longer financially sustainable to continue having an
Adelaide stable presence.
Kennewell’s decision comes
after Thoroughbred Racing
South Australia’s recent confirmed significant funding and
prizemoney cuts, citing the
state government’s failure to
return any revenue from the
THE suggestion to increase the number of
grand slams and create an elite series of
Group 1 races has met a mixed response.
There is always a resistance to change
and understandably some felt the majors
should be kept to the Melbourne Cup,
Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate and Golden
Slipper. But my argument is that racing
needs to be innovative and not
discriminate against the different distance
ranges.
For example, Black Caviar, the greatest
sprinter of them all, could never have won
a grand slam because she was a shortcourse specialist, which hardly seems fair.
The grand slam concept was adopted
decades ago but the sport has
fundamentally changed over the years,
particularly with the emphasis on breeding
sprinters-milers.
So, why not modernise the grand slam
concept to include the 10 best Group 1
races and The Everest?
By giving the TJ Smith Stakes, VRC
Sprint Classic and The Everest grand slam
status, it caters for the sprinters. The
nation’s best milers have opportunities in
the Doncaster Mile and George Ryder
Stakes, and middle-distance champs have
the Queen Elizabeth Stakes and Cox Plate
as their majors.
The stayers still have the Melbourne
Cup and Caulfield Cup, the two-year-olds
have the Golden Slipper, and the threeyear-olds the ATC Australian Derby.
ATC’S WISE MOVE
“I find it remarkable that a
horse can come out that many
times and produce Group 1-winning runs,’’ Marquand said.
“I know there are people in
England who doubt the depth
of the form but we have horses
who win five or six in a row in
low-grade races and people say
how amazing it is.
“So, I feel it is a feat in itself
to win so many races in a row as
Winx (pictured) has done.
“In my mind, it is phenomenal; she is an unbelievable
‘filly’, really.”
Prizemoney cuts force trainer exodus in SA
RAY THOMAS
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new Point of Consumption
Tax to the racing industry.
“There is some very disappointing news coming out of
Adelaide in regards to the
funding and prizemoney cuts
that the Government have
made,” Kennewell said.
“We are already well below
the prizemoney levels compared to the eastern states, and
our costs are not much different, which really hurts the industry.
“It is very sad to see this
happen in such a historic state
of racing.
“And there is no doubt the
future of racing in the state is
in turmoil.
“With a heavy heart this has
left me with no choice but to
speed up my decision to close
the Morphettville operation
which will be effective from the
end of January 2019.’’
Phillip Stokes, a dual Adelaide premiership winner, has
recently opened a stable at
Pakenham in Victoria.
RACING NSW and the Australian Turf Club
made a proactive move to switch
tomorrow’s meeting from Warwick Farm
to Randwick’s Kensington track.
Sydney’s scorching summer heat is
expected to reach the low 40s in the
western suburbs which would have made
conditions very uncomfortable for
racegoers at Warwick Farm.
It is going to be only a little cooler in the
city with a top temperature of 38C
forecast for tomorrow but Randwick’s
modern facilities provide a greater level of
comfort for punters.
...
ANDREW Adkins, the star young Sydney
jockey, is unsure of when he will to return
to race riding as he continues to overcome
a rare heart condition.
Adkins has been diagnosed for the
second time with pericarditis —
inflammation of a membrane that
surrounds the heart. He became ill about
two weeks ago and told Sky Sports Radio
yesterday that his recovery time could be
anywhere from two to eight weeks.
...
BILL Dunbier, a retired racehorse trainer
who had stables at Warwick Farm for
many years, passed away on New Year’s
Eve. The popular Dunbier was 88.
A celebration of his life will be held at
the Woronora Crematorium West Chapel
from 10.30am next Wednesday.
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RANDWICK KENSINGTON
TOMORROW
Real sense of timing
Gresham right at his top to return to winning form at Kensington
BRAD DAVIDSON
and run well. Samadoubt could be the value especially if it’s playing on-pace. He was a good
winner first-up and then was stuck in inferior
ground in stronger grade last start. Poetic
Charmer has won his past two since the blinkers
went on.
Betting strategy: Samadoubt looks the value back
in grade and he should find the front
RACE 1
Overview: I give My Fire Phoenix a good chance
but it sounds like she is most probably heading
to Canterbury tonight night instead. Hightail
has race experience on his side and wasn’t far
away at Randwick second-up. Avon River has
trialled solidly without raving about, while Peralta could be the roughie here for a place. The
Kensington track normally plays on the speed
early and he will be last but Peralta has attacked
the line in two trials.
Betting strategy: I could definitely entertain Peralta a place here
RACE 7
Overview: Gresham has been the mover in early
betting here and I concede he is likeable with
just 49kg on his back. He is fourth-up up so
there is still room for improvement and he lands
in the first few. Sir Plush had to work too hard
for the front last start and I thought he was
brave there at his first run at a mile. Invinzabeel
has a terrific second-up record.
Betting strategy: Gresham the hardest to beat but
he should trade better than $2.50. Sir Plush at
$6.50 is OK. Could take the quinella 5, 9
RACE 2
Overview: It’s hard to go past Easy Eddie as he
has really developed into a consistent horse. He
has been wide without cover both runs back and
should get a good run on the speed here for inform apprentice Robbie Dolan. All Too Royal
was brave at this track and distance last start but
this race has more depth, while Bolero King
could represent a little bit of value.
Betting strategy: At his right price but Easy Eddie
looks hard to beat
RACE 3
Overview: La Scopa has been well backed early
and it’s easy to see why. She is the best horse in
the race (stakes-placed at a mile last prep) and
the only query is whether the track is playing on
pace and she can’t make up the ground. The one
that interests me at odds for a place bet is Reward The Chaser. There is a bit of speed here
but he really rolls early. I expect him to find the
front here and give them something to catch.
Betting strategy: I couldn’t tell you to back La
Scopa at evens right now without seeing how
the track plays. Reward The Chaser to place if
on pace
RACE 4
Overview: I’ve narrowed it down to four: Sure
Knee, Ljungberg, Pembroke Castle and Nindamos. Sure Knee and Ljungberg were both huge
against the bias last start. Sure Knee was stuck
on the fence when you had to be out wide in a
stronger race, while Ljungberg was the only
horse not on the rails in running to win at Canterbury on December 14. In fact, 18 of the 24
placegetters (top three) were rails in run that
RACE 8
Gresham looks one of the day’s better bets.
night. Pembroke Castle’s win at Canterbury on
December 14 rated much better than Ljungberg’s but he was on the rail, while Nindamos
was pretty good on debut.
Betting strategy: Leaning to Sure Knee. Boxed trifecta 9-7-1-10
RACE 5
Overview: If it is on-pace, then renowned leader
The Art Of The Bar should be hard to run down.
She probably prefers wet ground but she goes
well on dry and probably just didn’t see out the
1400m last start. The rest of the on-pace runners
finished off the speed that day and she wasn’t in
the best ground either. You can make a case to
say Sweet Scandal should have won fresh and
she was a bit flat second-up. She can bounce
back. Kawaikini could be worth a speck. Forget
she went around last start where they dawdled
and sprinted home in 33.35s.
Betting strategy: I could speck Kawaikini 1x4 here
if they are running on
RACE 6
Overview: Let’s Party Marty has been racing in
consistent form and should land in the first four
Overview: Heart Conquered has been dominant
on wet tracks of late but now he returns to the
dry, goes up 4kg and probably doesn’t dictate
like he has been doing with Sei Stella inside him.
Sei Stella is flying but in Highway grade and this
is her acid test. Her figures have been solid
though and she can measure up. Rebel Miss is a
hard horse to catch but she draws the perfect
gate and the key to her is she only has a 200m
sprint so you have to be patient.
Betting strategy: Darktown Strutter and Rebel
Miss the value
RACE 9
Overview: I have to lean the way of Mercurial Lad
here. He will need luck from the gate but he has
claims if he gets it. He was coming again late last
start despite being wide no cover throughout
and he beats Super Star Bob on a dry track two
back in another stride and gets a 9kg swing in
the weights on that horse from that day. He has
also won in this distance range before. Super
Star Bob is busting to win a race and he just has
to run out this trip to go close from the good
draw. Tahsin was the best of the on-pacers in a
strongly run race at Randwick last start, while
Toroso is building towards something and both
of his wins have come in this distance range.
Betting strategy: Small play Mercurial Lad each
way on the tote
RAY THOMAS
Gresham (race 7)
On the quick back-up
after his close third to Tip
Top at Randwick over
1600m last Saturday. He
is right at his peak after
three runs from a spell.
With apprentice Robbie Dolan able to claim
his full 3kg allowance, Gresham gets in with
only 50kg. Ready to win.
SIMON THOMAS
Nicci’s Gold (race 9)
Lot to like about the way
this mare disposed of her
rivals at Warwick Farm
last start. Yes it was a
heavy track but she is
equally adept on firm
surfaces, as she showed
with a fighting second to Seasons three
starts back. Will be charging home and hard
to beat.
SHAYNE O’CASS
Rebel Miss (race 8)
Won a trial recently and
ran a super slick 46.25s
but what surprised me
the most was how easily
she ran up to, and past,
Bolero King, who had no
answer. James McDonald
rode her in the trial and he wants ‘on’ here
on race day.
ADAM SHERRY
Easy Eddie (race 2)
Impressive win last
month when he beat
home subsequent winner
Redouble. He has won his
only start this course and
distance. Too good.
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are not buying as many of the
latest iPhones, released last
autumn, as Apple had anticipated — a factor that could
stem from a starting price of
$1000 for Apple’s top-of-theline iPhones.
Apple’s stock plunged 7 per
cent to $146.40 in Wednesday’s extended trading.
The shares had already fallen 32 per cent from their peak
in early October when investors still had high hopes for the
new iPhone models.
Apple’s troubles may have
ripple effects on other technology companies, given investors have been bailing on the
industry in recent months. The
tech-driven Nasdaq composite
index now stands 18 per cent
down from its record closing
high reached in August.
Now, Apple must try to find
a way to win back Wall Street’s
Healius weighs $2bn buyout bid
HEALTHCARE
MEDICAL centre operator
Healius, formerly named Primary Health Care, has received a $2 billion buyout offer
from its biggest shareholder.
Chinese group Jangho has
proposed paying $3.25 for each
share in Healius, which was rebranded late last year.
That is a 33.2 per cent premium to the closing price for
Healius shares on Wednesday,
before the approach was anV1 - TELE01Z01MA
nounced. In a statement, Healius said that under the
proposed offer, the price would
be reduced to account for any
dividends that were proposed
or paid out.
Shares in Healius, which is
led by chief executive Malcolm Parmenter, rallied on the
revelation, closing 7.8 per cent,
or 19c, higher yesterday at
$2.63.
Through its subsidiaries,
Jangho has 15.9 per cent of the
share in the company, which
owns pathology and broader
medical centres along with
clinics for IVF and other
specialist services.
Healius said its directors
were reviewing the offer, and
shareholders should not take
any action at this stage.
The medical centre operator has appointed investment
bank UBS as financial adviser
and King & Wood Mallesons
as legal adviser.
confidence and reverse a steep
decline that has erased $350
billion in shareholder wealth in
just three months.
While President Trump’s
trade war with China isn’t
helping Apple and other US
technology companies, Ives
believes Apple miscalculated
by continuing to roll out highpriced phones in China, creating an opening for rivals with
less costly alternatives that still
worked well.
The price gap is one reason
Huawei surpassed Apple in
smartphone sales from April
through September last year.
BRENT CRUDE
54.83
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GOLD
WTI
1284.74
46.26
+2.57
+1.16
Not so happy new
year for trading
T
China has hit revenues hard
OIL
HERE was no weekly
pivot point to the
upside to end the year,
and on Wednesday the
New Year got off to a poor
start by making a new low for
the move down — so there’s
no chance of a weekly reversal
this week.
To compound matters, the
SPI future is trading at a large
discount to the index.
I would be very surprised if
the All Ords finds any support
now until it falls to around
5000. There is support
between 4800 and 5000 and if
that does not hold then 4000
is very likely.
I believe it will require some
incredible world event to
reverse this market fall.
There are very few stocks
which have managed to resist
the across-the-board falls.
Cochlear (COH) and CSL
(CSL) are two stocks I have
been watching since the
August 2018 downturn, and as
yet they have not broken their
respective two and three-year
uptrends. However, they are
seriously testing the strength
of their uptrends and any
break of that uptrend will very
likely lead to falls equal to the
falls seen since September.
The fall on Wednesday saw
BHP and Rio along with the
banks, Telstra, most major
retailers and many other
stocks all form daily pivot
points to the downside.
This is not the sort of
market to inspire any sort of
confidence in trading on the
long side, so the short side may
provide trading opportunities.
With that in mind, in the
next week or so I will look into
available EFTs listed on the
ASX, which facilitate taking
advantage of a falling market.
Even if I wanted to go to
the trouble of setting up an
account to short stocks, the
leverage and the short-term
volatility of most stocks could
lead to large losses and more
stress than I need.
So with that in mind, the
EFT route may be the way to
go for the time being.
Continuing on from my
thoughts on alternative energy
DAY
TRADER
DARRYL
MORLEY
sources in my last column, it
seems appropriate I discuss
the storage of the energy
provided by the alternatives —
cobalt and lithium.
It is an ongoing topic with a
couple of stocks I have traded
in the past year or so, Pilbara
Minerals (PLS) and
Australian Mines (AUZ)
announcing expansion of
mines and/or negotiations
involving cobalt supplies.
Cobalt and lithium are just
two of the rarer minerals
involved in the search for a
better battery technology.
Again I am intimately
involved in alternative energy
as I live off the grid, so I have
first-hand knowledge of the
difficulties involved.
Generating the electricity
when the sun is shining is no
real problem with solar panels
and with a wind turbine when
the wind is blowing strongly.
The problem is storage,
when there is not enough sun
or wind, particularly at night.
This is where batteries
come into the picture and they
need replacing periodically.
The manufacture and
disposal or recycling of
batteries is another huge
environmental problem.
As with solar panels, all
sorts of minerals need to be
mined and processed to
provide continuous so-called
free energy.
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MARKET WRAP
THE Australian share market
surged yesterday with gains
across all the major sectors.
The benchmark ASX 200
index closed up 75.6 points, or
1.3 per cent, at 5633.4, led by
energy stocks. The broader All
Ordinaries closed 69 points, or
1.2 per cent, higher at 5694.6.
Energy stocks were broadly
up almost 3 per cent, financials
up 1.8 per cent and telecoms
up 2.3 per cent.
Shares in the big banks
were all up between 1.2 and
2.3 per cent, led by Westpac,
which gained 56c to close at
$25.04.
Telstra gained 2.89 per
cent, to $2.85.
Among energy stocks,
Woodside Petroleum gained
3.4 per cent to $31.54, while
Santos was up 3.9 per cent to
$5.49 after US oil prices
gained 2 per cent the previous
night to $US46.33 a barrel.
It wasn’t such a good day
for outdoor clothing and hiking
equipment retailer
Kathmandu, which fell 14.1
per cent to $2.25, after the
group warned sales during the
critical Christmas trading had
been weaker than expected.
Other retailers fell as well —
JB Hi-Fi was down 4.2 per
cent to $20.68 and Super
Retail fell 5.4 per cent to
$6.46. Super Retail owns
chains including Rays, Rebel
Sport and Supercheap Auto.
Fast-fashion jewellery
retailer Lovisa dropped 8.2
per cent, to $5.71.
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Engineer found altar
in ruins of a lost city
TROY LENNON
HISTORY EDITOR
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Berlin. Picture: AP
T
he German engineer was
surveying routes for a road
across part of the Ottoman
Empire in 1865 when he found
himself with a bit of free time.
An admirer of classical architecture, he
knew about the ruins of the Ancient
Greek city of Pergamon, near Izmir on
the coast of the Aegean, and decided to
take a tour.
But it would prove to be more than
just a brief visit. The engineer, Carl
Humann, discovered that little of the
city had been excavated and some of it
was in danger of being damaged by
roads, development and locals stealing
marble for their own building projects.
Of particular interest to
mon
Humann was the Pergamon
mple
Altar, a spectacular example
re,
of Hellenistic architecture,
used as a place to worship
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the god Zeus in ancient
times.
Humann spent years
trying to convince
museums and
universities in Berlin to
sponsor excavations, but
it would prove to be worth
h
the effort. The altar was
nd
saved from destruction and
later reconstructed in a museum
in Berlin. It remains the crowning
glory of the collection of the famous
Pergamon Museum, named after the
altar, although the altar itself is
currently undergoing a new
reconstruction and is expected to open
later this year.
The recovery of the altar made
Humann famous in Germany as an
archaeologist, despite his complete
lack of archaeogical training. But he is
relatively little known outside
Germany.
He was born Carl Humann in Steele
in Prussia, 180 years ago today on
January 4, 1839. The son of an
innkeeper, he followed his older
brother Franz into the field of
engineering but he was a lover of all
things classical and harboured a desire
to become an architect.
One of his first jobs was working
ON THIS
DAY
46BC
Julius Caesar’s
forces narrowly
avert disaster when they
clash with the army of his
former supporter Titus
Labienus in Rome’s African
province at the Battle of
Ruspina.
1688
English privateer
William Dampier
anchors near Cape l’Eveque
off northwestern Australia.
He returns 11 years later to
be one of the first men to
map the Australian coast.
1810
for the BergischMarkische
Railway, a
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position
he secured
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wit the help of Franz.
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At th
the time, the German
states w
were building railway
lines right aacross the heart of
Europe, which contributed
significantly to the later unification of
those states into Germany. Humann
had therefore fallen into a
lucrative line of work.
But in 1861, after his
health began to suffer
because he had contracted
tuberculosis, he looked for
opportunities in a warmer
is
climate to try to help with his
er on
illness. He joined his brother
the Greek island of Samos, where he
took part in excavations, before
heading toward Palestine where he did
detailed surveys of the area before
going to Istanbul. He was fortunate in
that German transport expertise was
much sought after by other nations
and he was soon invited by the
Ottoman government to help with
TV
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Jan 10, 9.35pm
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CHARLIE “Bird” Parker was one
of the greatest sax players, and
one of the greatest jazz
musicians, of all time. Best
known as a proponent of, even a
major progenitor of, a frenetic
form of jazz known as bebop,
his music had an energy, drive
and inventiveness that nobody
could match at the time he
played, from the late ’30s to the
mid ’50s, and few have matched
since. Yet, like many musicians
who are that energetic and
creative, he was a troubled soul
who suffered from depression
and slipped into drug abuse. He
their roads and railway network.
He became very familiar with the
landscape, particularly the best places
to look for ancient ruins. In 1865 he
looked over Pergamon and discovered
the altar. It had been built between
about 166-156BC on an acropolis
overlooking the city, as a monument to
a victory over Celtic invaders from the
eeast.
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sta
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staircase
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altar,
it was adorned with
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high
relief friezes of the
ba
battles
between the Greek
Go and the Titans, rivalling
Gods
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the
marbles for
artistic sskill. Meant as a place for
artistic
offerings to Zeus, it had fallen into
disuse with the rise of Christianity.
By the time Humann visited
Pergamon he had become well
connected enough in the Ottoman
Empire to stop any further destruction
in the ancient city, but he lacked
connections back in Germany to help
him get an excavation underway.
1839
ON THE SCREEN
died young, aged only 34, but
his life, lived fast and hard, is
seared into the pages of music
history. This biopic, directed by
Clint Eastwood and starring
Forest Whitaker in one of his
best performances, brings some
of the frenetic energy of the
Bird’s music to the screen, but
also digs into what drove him
and what demons he fought as
he created some of the best
jazz. There is plenty of Parker’s
music for jazz fans and some
spot-on recreations of the era
when jazz was king.
TROY LENNON
LEON Trotsky was one of the
great Marxist theoreticians,
driven by a desire to liberate
workers from the yoke of
capitalist exploitation. Yet while
he was in charge of Red Army
forces, fighting against troops
trying to overthrow the
communists during the Russian
Civil War, he also committed
war crimes, putting thousands
of peasants to death, trying to
inspire fear in the enemy.
Whether you agree with his
ideas or not, he is one of the
most fascinating men in history.
But that life deserves a much
In 1871 scholars came to Pergamon
after being invited by Humann. They
sent back samples of the friezes to
Berlin. In 1877, archaeology professor
Alexander Conze, a specialist in Greek
sculpture and director of Classical
Antquities at a museum in Berlin, saw
some of the samples and recognised
their significance. He went to
Pergamon in 1878 to begin excavations.
With the permission of the Turkish
Sultan the pieces of the altar were
taken back to Berlin, where they were
later reconstructed. A new museum,
the Pergamon Museum, was later
built just to house the objects being
excavated, along with others that
Humann and other archaeologists
were finding in the Middle East. It
opened in 1901.
Humann took part in excavations in
Pergamon throughout the 1880s but
also made expeditions to other parts of
the Middle East, including Syria, but
his name would always be most closely
associated with Pergamon.
He died in 1894 and his remains
were later buried in Pergamon.
ONLINE
better treatment than this
series starring Konstantin
Khabenskiy. While this actionpacked series tells a compelling
story of an activist who
becomes a great orator and a
powerful man in Russia only to
be exiled by a political enemy
and murdered in a faraway
land, its gross historical
inaccuracies, invented incidents
and heavy-handed efforts to
demonise Trotsky make it
mostly embarrassingly bad.
However, it is so bad that it is
hard to turn away.
TROY LENNON
New governor
Lachlan Macquarie
dismisses all those
appointed to official
positions since governor
William Bligh’s removal. He
restores those previously in
office and nullifies all trials,
land grants and gifts made
to members of the NSW
Corps.
1815
The Francis and
Eliza, en route to
Australia with 123 convicts, is
captured by US privateer
Warrior and pillaged. The
ship later continues its
voyage and reaches Sydney
on August 8, 1815.
1943
Prime minister
John Curtin asks
the ALP federal conference
in Melbourne to drop the
party’s ban on conscription
for overseas service. The
next day the conference
does so, by 24-12.
1951
North Korean and
communist Chinese
forces capture the South
Korean capital, Seoul, for the
second time. They hold it
until March.
1965
American-born
British poet
T.S. Eliot dies aged 76. He is
most famous for poems such
as The Waste Land and his
Old Possum’s Book Of
Practical Cats, on which the
musical Cats was based.
1999
Europe’s new
currency, the euro,
makes a strong debut on the
financial markets.
Trotsky
Netflix
2010
The Burj Khalifa,
the world’s tallest
building, officially opens in
Dubai.
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Swimming
lessons
Cooper McGlashan dives
down to inspect
insp
pect a ban
banjo
shark, and (below)
shark
(below) a
porcupine
p
po
rcupine fish, and
(below right)
rig
ght) a flathe
flathead
hides against the sand
sand.
Pictures: Al McGlashan
T
he McGlashan clan head
south to the family beach
house over Christmas
and even though fishing is my
job that doesn’t mean I stop
fishing because I’m on holiday.
The funny thing is I think I
even fish more, making use of
every day I have off. However,
this time, instead of just fishing, I was planning to spend
more time underwater.
My good mate Pete Lightowler from Downunder Aquatic Imaging had organised a
special new camera housing for
me to test for an upcoming assignment and I didn’t need any
better excuse to get wet.
As I slowly cut a path across
the shallow reef, past the
swimmers, I ran into a variety
of fish including a huge porcupine fish. With its oversized
eyes it seemed almost comical
in appearance, staring back at
me like it was in shock, then in
a flash it scurried off.
What made the encounter
all the better was the fact that
Cooper, my youngest son, was
there to share it. We need to
encourage kids to get out there
and see nature for themselves.
There is no better way to teach
them, so they can learn and
understand everything with a
hands-on approach. Being a
part of it leads to a greater appreciation, and a desire to protect. It’s about teaching a
balanced approach, so Cooper
took a spear to get dinner while
I was armed with my fancy new
camera housing.
We headed further out and
as we reached the reef edge a
pair of black eyes stared up at
us out of the sand. To the uneducated it would be easily
missed, but for us it meant one
thing — a big stingray hidden
under the sand. Leaving it
alone, we continued on and encounter a banjo shark. A docile
member of the ray family, they
are common and seem unfazed
by humans.
Diving down, Cooper edged
in closer, watching with a boyish curiosity and the obvious
joy of getting up close and personal with nature. Further on
there were snapper, before finally we found what we needed. Hidden in the sand was
another pair of eyes, only this
time they were smaller. Instead of a stingray the diamond shape revealed a
reasonable flathead.
Cooper drifted into position,
AL’S TIPS
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2
3
Where reef meets
sand is generally
great snorkelling
Watch how fish
behave to improve
your angling
Take some cut up
pilchards and feed
the fish!
nailing dinner swiftly and effectively. We found a couple
more, securing a feed, and then
headed in past yet more rays
Despite being just off a popular
beach, the holiday swimmers
were none the wiser to the
marine life near them. Not
only did we get dinner, but I
also came away impressed
with my new camera set-up.
While I love my fishing,
these days I reckon I almost
prefer to take the plunge.
There is something about
getting in the water and seeing
the fish in their natural habitat.
You never stop learning when
you are underwater and I am
constantly surprised by what I
encounter. It’s such an alien
world to us, but only because
we don’t understand it.
The more I dive the less
threatening and the more
amazing it becomes.
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As the sun links to visionary Neptune today, wishes and dreams – the theme of the year so far – come to the fore. Several astrological events this weekend underline the power
of positive thinking and encourage visions of a better, brighter future. The partial solar eclipse empowers us to sow the earth with hope, whilst Mercury’s move into Capricorn
ensures that we’re equipped to consider the long game. With dedication, good maintenance and patience, a bountiful harvest of new ideas is on the horizon.
ARIES MAR 21–APR 20
CANCER JUN 23–JUL 23
LIBRA SEP 24–OCT 23
CAPRICORN DEC 22–JAN 20
The start of every new year always causes me to
ponder the idea of looking into the future. Why does it
sometimes feel easier to see the potential lying ahead?
Perhaps it’s because it’s not always appropriate to
know. It seems that you’re trying to look too far ahead
– attempting to solve a problem before it has even
shown up. Empowered by your ruler, Mars, you have
the energy to change what’s going on in your world
right now. Focus on that, rather than the future, and
you’ll reap the benefits deep into 2019. Happy New
Year! For great news about 2019, call 1902 222 500.
The world doesn’t carry on in the same way
forever. New technologies will revolutionise life
beyond our understanding. If we were plunged
into them today (and were able to look back at the
way we live now), we’d be shocked by our ways
and habits. Whether we’re ready for it or not, the
future is on its way. The only thing holding you
back from making an important change is a sense
of reluctance. Yet, there’s no reason to fear. By
embracing the energy of the solar eclipse, you can
benefit from new-found confidence. The new year
starts with celestial fireworks. Call 1902 222 500.
Sometimes, no matter what you try to do right,
things somehow seem to go wrong. So, what should
you do? Well, obviously don’t set out to do the
wrong things! After all, if you’re sure you’re doing
the right thing, then you must just be doing
something in the wrong way. So, try a different
approach. And then another, until you get the result
you want. It’s frustrating to be working so hard when
nothing quite works. But, the solar eclipse suggests
that, if you keep trying and trusting, everything will
work out for the best. Happy New Year! For great
news about 2019, call 1902 222 500.
Like a vein of precious stones lying deep in the
planet’s crust, you have a rich seam of unexplored
potential waiting to be discovered. As you settle into
the new year, your insight into the prospective value
of these resources is growing. They are slowly
becoming the building blocks which form strong
foundations from which you can venture forth.
You’re becoming the person you’ve always wanted
to be. Past struggles and trials are turning into your
strengths. Your experience is your ally this weekend.
The new year starts with celestial fireworks.
Call 1902 222 500.
TAURUS APR 21 – MAY 21
LEO JUL 24–AUG 23
SCORPIO OCT 24–NOV 22
AQUARIUS JAN 21–FEB 19
Does “happily-ever-after” happen in real life? Surely
it’s only in the domain of fairytales? Yet, every now
and then, a problem gets resolved and stays that way.
You’ve recently been facing an issue as tenacious as
the mythic Hydra; every time you successfully cut off a
head, it seems as if three more spring up in its place.
But, the approaching solar eclipse indicates that it’s
time to usher in a fresh beginning. Even though old
problems have had a habit of raising their heads, it
doesn’t mean that it will happen now. The new year
starts with celestial fireworks. Call 1902 222 500.
If someone moves the goalposts, there’s no point
continuing to focus your energy on the place
where they used to be. In such a situation, you
need to find a different target and a new strategy.
Although there has been a subtle shift in the
position of one of your goals, you have embarked
on a game in which there are several nets. One has
moved, but others are in the same places. The solar
eclipse brings the chance to look again at your
objectives. By resetting one, others become easier
to achieve. Happy New Year! For great news about
2019, call 1902 222 500.
Consumerism is an ugly (yet prevalent) part of
21st-century living. We all love a brand name. It
seems that many of us want to show the world how
much we’ve managed to spend on the latest car/
phone/jacket. Like emperors in our new clothes, we
preen and receive lots of attention for our efforts.
The solar eclipse is a reminder that you don’t need
to be a part of such silly, empty rituals. Instead of
doing what looks good to other people, do what
feels good to you. The reward will be that you feel
truly special. The new year starts with celestial
fireworks. Call 1902 222 500.
This weekend’s solar eclipse can energise your life
like a bolt of lightning. With perfect timing, it can
shine a bright beam into a dark corner of your world.
Oh! What’s that? You’re not jumping with joy at the
news? Actually, I’m not surprised that you’re feeling
suspicious of such a life-changing occurrence. You’ve
been through a lot recently and deserve some peace
and quiet. Yet, even if it seems as if the change that’s
coming is less than ideal, it will change your life for
the better. Give it a chance. Happy New Year! For
great news about 2019, call 1902 222 500.
GEMINI MAY 22–JUN 22
VIRGO AUG 24–SEP 23
SAGITTARIUS NOV 23–DEC 21
PISCES FEB 20–MAR 20
When you’re in the eye of a storm, you’ll do anything
for respite. The good news is that the part of your life
that has been providing the most challenges is settling
into a calmer state. Phew! Thankfully, at least one
particular drama has run out of steam, and a saga has
reached its conclusion. A positive and reassuring cycle
has already begun. As the coming solar eclipse brings
a sign of tangible improvement, and cosmic blessings
begin to make themselves felt, you’ll notice a sense of
calm. At last. Happy New Year! For great news about
2019, call 1902 222 500.
A jolt to the right. A flip to the left. Diverse
emotions. Mixed blessings. A familiar mixture of
pain and pleasure. Self-anxiety and self-fulfilment
all jumbled up together. A helter-skelter journey
over the mountains and through the rivers of an
ever-shifting landscape. You don’t need to be
governed by either fear or fantasy this weekend.
Simply be led by the part of your gut that knows,
instinctively, where it needs to go. The road may
not be smooth, but it leads you to exactly where
you need to be. The new year starts with celestial
fireworks. Call 1902 222 500.
The start of 2019 is encouraging you to make
commitments – to yourself as well as to other
people. You’re feeling inspired to make some
changes. So, what do you really want to alter?
As we approach the solar eclipse, it’s worth taking
the time to consider how you reach your definition
of yourself. Are you, like many of us, judging your
success by how other folk see you? With your ruler
and Venus in your sign, you’re emerging from a place
of self-doubt, towards one of inner-confidence. Are
you ready? Happy New Year! For great news about
2019, call 1902 222 500.
The moments that change our lives happen in the
blink of an eye. Indeed, you can catch someone’s
eye across a crowded room and know that things
will never be the same again. On the other hand, it
can sometimes feel as if we’ve spent eons just
waiting for something to happen and that, rather
than being electrifying, the company we keep is
struggling to understand our needs. Under the
influence of this weekend’s solar eclipse, you don’t
need to force anything to change. Life is unfurling
perfectly. The new year starts with celestial
fireworks. Call 1902 222 500.
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3 Zodiac sign (5)
4 Drought
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5 Useful things (6)
6 Thin fog (4)
9 Betelnut palm (5)
11 Fierce stare (5)
13 Effaced (6)
15 Operatic air (4)
16 Illustrious (5)
17 Attempts (5)
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equipment
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32 Gun dog
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Goatskin writing
sheets make
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6 Rearranged the
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7 The first one under
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steeple perhaps
8 One who practises
essentially for
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unsteadily
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37 Hit on the full
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42 Ruin
44 Acquired
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46 Hymn of praise
47 Green stone
48 Wallaroo
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Across: 1 Opposites, 6 Fuselages, 11 Loner,
12 Emanate, 14 Burps, 15 Alloy, 16 Sup,
17 Psychic, 18 Fifa, 20 Pale, 22 Ogive,
23 Adored, 25 Domain, 28 Sags, 29 Log off,
31 Aptness, 34 Lowborn, 36 Darwin, 37 Hair,
40 Sister, 41 Adrift, 44 Rummy, 46 Lace,
47 Rhea, 48 Kampala, 50 Nod, 52 Amend,
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9 Germinate, 10 Sustain, 13 Moped, 19 Fossil,
21 Lagoons, 24 Ovoid, 26 Oath, 27 Barista,
30 Farsi, 32 Strays, 33 Mote, 35 Washed-out,
38 Armadillo, 39 Trendies, 40 Surf ski,
42 Deprive, 43 Flame, 45 Barque, 49 Lazed,
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ball is worth how many points?
6 Kirk Hammett is best known
for his work in which heavy
metal band?
7 The Nishiseto Expressway
connects which two of Japan’s
four main islands?
8 After five rounds of the
2018–19 Sheffield Shield
tournament, which state had
failed to win a match?
9 Edina Monsoon is one of
the main characters in which
TV sitcom?
10 True or false: traditional Indian
masala dosa contains potato?
11 Tom Green was married to
which famous person from
2001 to 2002?
12 Which model represented
Australia at Miss Universe 2010,
placing second runner-up?
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A Collingwood AFL
player from the capital
of Poland, that is
Classifies council fees
A piece of floor
covering from an
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England, mellowed
with age
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journalist
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psychiatrist time
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of a discount
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reconstructed
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Australia 9. Absolutely Fabulous 10. True 11. Drew Barrymore 12. Jesinta Franklin
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Very gloomy,
being irritated
about a doctor (6)
Right time for the
healthy to be admitted
to hospital (8,5)
Increases in stature, as
becomes an adult? (5,2)
Being agile, he put the
light on first (5)
He has no settled
occupation (5)
Tycoon who is a
drawback to a doctor (5)
Follow, but walk
wearily (5)
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is perplexed (7)
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Which US state shares
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and Manitoba?
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3 In February 2018, Andrew Gaze
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which Australian NBL team for
the 2018–19 season?
4 Norodom Suramarit was king
of which country from 1955
until his death in 1960?
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Wise about a number
and wild (6)
He explains to the pupils
what has happened (7,6)
Fly-by-nights? (5)
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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 16 Very Good 20 Excellent 24 Genius 28
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Test. Australia v India.
Day 2. Afternoon session.
From the SCG.
6.00 Today. (CC) The latest in news
and current affairs.
9.00 Today Extra Summer. (PG, CC)
Sonia Kruger and David Campbell
present highlights from the year
in review.
11.30 Morning News. (CC)
12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
(PG, CC) Variety show featuring
celebrities, musical guests and
ordinary people with interesting
tales to tell.
1.00 Tennis. (CC) Hopman Cup.
Day 7. Spain v France. From RAC
Arena, Perth.
5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. (R, CC)
Hosted by Eddie McGuire.
6.00 The Talk. (PGa, CC) (WIN/WAGGA)
Headline News. (CC) 7.00 Entertainment
Tonight. (R, CC) 7.30 The Bold And The
Beautiful. (PG, R, CC) (WIN/WAGGA)
WIN’s All Australian News. (R, CC) 8.00
Pointless. (PG, R, CC) 8.30 Studio 10. (PG,
CC) 12.00 Dr Phil. (PGal, R, CC)
1.00 Bondi Vet. (PG, R, CC)
2.00 Entertainment Tonight. (CC)
2.30 Neighbours. (PG, R, CC)
3.00 Judge Judy. (PG, CC)
3.30 My Market Kitchen. (R, CC)
4.00 The Cook’s Pantry With Matt
Sinclair. (CC)
4.30 The Bold And The
Beautiful. (PG, CC)
5.00 10 News First. (CC)
6.00 France 24 English News. (CC)
6.30 Soccer. (CC) EPL. Manchester
City v Liverpool. From Etihad Stadium,
Manchester, England. 9.15 French News.
9.30 Greek News.
10.30 German News.
11.00 Spanish News.
12.00 Arabic News F24. (France)
12.30 Turkish News.
1.00 PBS NewsHour. (CC)
2.00 Soccer. (CC) EPL. Manchester
City v Liverpool. Replay.
4.30 VICE World Of Sports.
(PG, R, CC) (US)
5.00 Letters And Numbers. (R, CC)
5.30 Luke Nguyen’s Food
Trail. (R, CC)
Grand Designs. (R, CC) Hosted
by Kevin McCloud.
ABC News. (CC) Takes a look at
today’s top stories.
Death In Paradise. (Mv, R, CC)
DI Jack Mooney revisits
an old case.
Father Brown. (Mv, R, CC)
A young woman is accused of
murdering her father who was
the owner of the local brewery.
Shetland. (Mv, R, CC) Detective
Inspector Jimmy Perez and his
team look to a past crime to
solve the present day murder
of a girl.
ABC Late News. (CC)
Call The Midwife.
(Ma, R, CC) (Final)
Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv)
Continuous music programming.
6.00 Seven News. (CC)
(PRIME7/WAGGA) PRIME7
News. (CC)
6.30 (PRIME7/WAGGA) PRIME7 News
@ 6:30. (CC)
7.00 Cricket. (CC) Big Bash League.
Game 19. Hobart Hurricanes v
Sydney Sixers. From Blundstone
Arena, Hobart.
10.30 The Latest: Seven News. (CC)
11.00 The Jonathan Ross Show.
(Mas, CC) (Final) British chat
show, hosted by Jonathan Ross
and featuring celebrity guests
comedian Peter Kay, actor Luke
Evans and actor and singer
Sheridan Smith. Music by the
Irish pop group The Script.
6.00 Nine News. (CC)
(NBN) NBN News. (CC)
7.00 A Current Affair. (CC)
7.30 RBT. (PGl, R, CC) Follows police
units that operate random breathtest patrols around Australia.
8.30 MOVIE: Point Break.
(Mlv, R, CC) (2015) A young
FBI agent infiltrates a team
of extreme sports athletes
suspected of masterminding
a string of unprecedented,
sophisticated, corporate heists.
Edgar Ramirez, Luke Bracey,
Ray Winstone.
10.40 MOVIE: Gangster Squad.
(MA15+vl, R, CC) (2013) During
the ’40s, a squad of cops in
Los Angeles pursues a ruthless
mobster and his gang. Sean
Penn, Ryan Gosling.
6.00 Pointless. (PG, R, CC) Hosted by
Dr Andrew Rochford and Mark
Humphries.
(WIN/WAGGA) WIN News. (CC)
6.30 The Project. (CC) A look at the
day’s news.
7.30 The Living Room. (PG, R, CC)
The team heads to Hawaii.
8.30 The Graham Norton Show.
(Mv, R, CC) Guests include
Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Jodie
Whittaker, Ryan Gosling and
Rod Stewart.
9.30 The Graham Norton Show.
(Mls, R, CC) Graham Norton chats
with Whoopi Goldberg, Jamie
Dornan, Rosamund Pike, and
Harry Connick Jr.
10.30 Strassman: Careful
What You Wish For.
(Mls, R, CC)
6.00 Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail.
(PG, R, CC) Luke heads to Saigon.
6.30 SBS World News. (CC)
7.30 Great British Railway
Journeys: Compilation.
(R, CC) (UK) Michael Portillo
heads to Trinity College in Dublin
where he gains an understanding
of one of Ireland’s greatest
treasures.
8.35 MOVIE: Monty Python’s The
Meaning Of Life. (Mls, R, CC)
(1983) (UK) A series of sketches
that takes a look at the various
stages of life, from the miracle
of birth to a visit to heaven.
Graham Chapman, John Cleese,
Terry Gilliam.
10.30 SBS World News Late. (CC)
11.00 MOVIE: The Untamed. (2016)
(Mexico) Ruth Ramos.
12.40 House. (Mmv, R, CC) House
resists treating a professional
cyclist who was brought in after
collapsing during a race.
1.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 Global Shop. Home shopping.
4.30 The Avengers. (PG, R)
Steed investigates the death
of an agent.
5.30 A Current Affair. (R, CC)
12.30 The Project. (R, CC)
(WIN/WAGGA) WIN’s All
Australian News. (CC)
1.30 The Late Show With Stephen
Colbert. (PG, CC) (WIN/WAGGA) The
Project. (R, CC) 2.30 Home Shopping.
(R) (WIN/WAGGA) The Late Show With
Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC) 3.30 (WIN/
WAGGA) Home Shopping. (R) (WIN)
Home Shopping. (R)
12.50 Berlin Station.
(Malv, R, CC) (US)
1.40 Berlin Station.
(Malv, R, CC) (US)
2.35 Berlin Station. (MA15+v, R, CC) (US)
3.35 One Born Every Minute UK. (PGa,
R, CC) (UK) 4.30 Poh’s Kitchen. (R, CC)
5.00 CGTN English News. (CC) 5.15 NHK
World English News. (CC) 5.30 Deutsche
Welle English News. (CC)
6.10
7.00
7.30
8.30
9.20
10.20
10.50
11.50
5.00 Rage. (PG, CC) Continuous
music programming.
FREEVIEW
today’s top 3
STORAGE WARS
7pm, 7mate
THE ORVILLE
9pm, sbs viceland
UPSTART CROW
10.15pm, abc comedy
12.00 Grey’s Anatomy. (Ma, R, CC)
Meredith and the team help
Owen’s sister.
1.00 Harry’s Practice. (R, CC)
(PRIME7/WAGGA) Home
Shopping.
1.30 Travel Oz. (R, CC)
2.00 Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 The Great Outdoors. (R, CC)
5.00 NBC Today. (CC)
7two
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 House Of
Wellness. (PG) 1.00 Australia’s Amazing
Homes. (PG) 2.00 Million Dollar Minute.
3.00 M*A*S*H. (PG) 3.30 House Calls To
The Rescue. 4.30 Harry’s Practice. 5.00
Animal Rescue. 5.30 Medical Emergency.
(PG) 6.00 M*A*S*H. (PG) 7.00 Better
Homes And Gardens Summer. 8.30 Selling
Houses Aust. 9.30 Honey I Bought The
House. (PG) 10.30 Peter Andre’s 60 Minute
Makeover. (PG) 11.30 Medical Emergency.
(PG) 12.00 Late Programs.
9gem
6.00 TV Shop. 7.00 Creflo. (PG) 7.30 TV
Shop. 10.30 Ellen DeGeneres. (PG) 11.30
Secret Life Of Pets. 12.00 MOVIE: The
Maggie. (1954) 1.55 Top Chef. (PG) 2.55
Mad About You. (PG) 3.25 Four In A Bed.
(PG) 3.55 Heartbeat. (PG) 5.00 Tennis.
Hopman Cup. Day 7. Spain v France. 7.00
Secret Life Of Pets. (PG) 7.30 Keeping Up
Appearances. (PG) 8.30 Tennis. Hopman
Cup. Evening 7. Australia v Germany. 1.30
Heartbeat. (PG) 2.30 Adventures In
Rainbow Country. 3.00 TV Shop.
10 bold
sbs viceland
6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Jake And The
Fatman. (PG) 9.00 Star Trek: Voyager. (PG)
10.00 Cheers. (PG) 11.00 Bondi Rescue.
(PG) 12.00 Mission: Impossible. (PG) 1.00
MacGyver. (PG) 2.00 Jake And The Fatman.
(PG) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (PG) 4.00
ST: Next Gen. (PG) 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager.
(PG) 6.00 Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi
Rescue. (PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M)
11.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M) 12.30 Home
Shopping. 2.00 MacGyver. (PG) 3.00
Walker, Texas Ranger. (M)
6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE: The Fox
And The Child. (2007) 1.45 Lee Lin Chin’s
Fashionista. 2.00 PopAsia TV. (PG) 3.00
Human Resources. (PG) 3.30 Billy On
The Street. (PG) 4.00 WorldWatch. 5.00
Soccer. W-League. Round 10. Sydney FC v
Newcastle Jets. 7.20 Sloths Save The World.
(PG) 7.50 RocKwiz. 8.40 Sex War Robots.
(MA15+) 9.00 The Orville. 10.40 Vikings.
11.30 Post Radical. (M) 12.20 Orphan Black.
(M) 1.10 F*ck, That’s Delicious: Classics.
2.30 Late Programs.
abc comedy
7mate
9go!
10 peach
sbs food
6.00 Children’s Programs. 7.05 Ben And
Holly’s Little Kingdom. 7.20 Shaun The
Sheep. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 8.00
Hard Quiz. (PG) 8.30 Gruen. (PG) 9.10 The
IT Crowd. (M) 9.55 Alan Partridge’s MidMorning Matters. 10.15 Upstart Crow. (M)
10.45 W1A. (M) 11.15 30 Rock. (PG) 11.35
Parks And Recreation. (M) 12.00 Broad City.
(M) 12.20 30 Rock. (PG) 12.45 Parks And
Recreation. (M) 1.05 Broad City. (M) 1.25
Comedy Up Late. (M) 2.25 News Update.
2.30 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.30 Counting
Cars. (PG) 2.00 Engineering Connections.
(PG) 3.00 Doomsday Preppers. (PG) 4.00
Storage Wars. (PG) 5.00 The Simpsons.
(PG) 6.00 Ice Road Truckers. (PG) 7.00
Storage Wars. (PG) 8.00 World’s Most
Amazing Videos. (M) 9.00 MOVIE:
The Grey. (MA15+) (2011) Liam Neeson.
11.25 American Dad! (M) 11.55 Ax Men.
(M) 12.55 Outback Hunters. (M) 3.00 NFL.
Week 17. Tennessee Titans v Indianapolis
Colts. Replay.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 11.00 Friends.
(PG) 12.00 Tennis. Brisbane International.
Day 5. 6.00 Friends. (PG) 7.00 World’s Best
Commercials. (PG) 8.00 Tennis. Brisbane
International. Night 5. 11.30 Kevin Can Wait.
(PG) 12.00 WWE Smackdown. (MA15+)
1.00 Total Divas. (M) 2.00 Friends. (PG)
3.00 Turning Mecard. (PG) 3.30 Beyblade
Burst Evolution. 4.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 4.30
Power Rangers Ninja Steel. (PG) 4.50
Littlest Pet Shop. 5.10 Kate And Mim-Mim.
5.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG)
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Touched
By An Angel. (PG) 1.00 Charmed. (PG)
2.00 Malcolm. (PG) 3.00 Becker. (PG)
3.30 King Of Queens. (PG) 4.00 Raymond.
(PG) 4.30 Raymond. 5.00 Frasier. (PG)
6.00 Ent. Tonight. 6.30 Neighbours. (PG)
7.00 MOVIE: Happy Feet Two. (2011) 9.00
MOVIE: Sex And The City 2. (MA15+) (2010)
11.55 James Corden. (M) 1.00 Frasier. 1.30
Frasier. (PG) 2.00 Raymond. (PG) 2.30
Raymond. 3.00 James Corden. (M) 4.00
King Of Queens. (PG) 4.30 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 The Cook
And The Chef. 1.00 Oliver’s Twist. 2.00
No Reservations. (PG) 3.00 Surfing The
Menu: TNG. 3.30 Food Lab. 4.00 Food
Lovers’ Guide To Australia. 4.30 Grandma’s
Boy. 5.00 Secret Meat Business. 5.30 The
Cook And The Chef. 6.30 Oliver’s Twist.
7.30 Say It To My Face. 8.30 Nigella Feasts.
9.35 Food Porn. 10.05 The Cook And
The Chef. 11.00 Oliver’s Twist. 12.00 No
Reservations. (PG) 1.00 Say It To My Face.
2.00 Nigella Feasts. 2.30 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. 6.00 Kung Fu Panda: Legends
Of Awesomeness. 6.25 Officially Amazing.
6.55 Horrible Histories. 7.25 The Penguins
Of Madagascar. 7.50 The Fairly OddParents.
8.10 Slugterra. (PG) 8.35 Voltron:
Legendary Defender. (PG) 8.55 Dragon Ball
Super. (PG) 9.20 Sword Art Online. (PG)
9.55 Close. 5.00 Japanizi: Going, Going,
Gong! 5.20 Endangered Species. 5.35
Children’s Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 9.00 Get Arty.
10.00 James Robison. (PG) 10.30 House
Rules. (PG) 1.15 Black-ish. (PG) 1.45 Once
Upon A Time. (PG) 3.45 Modern Family.
(PG) 4.15 Best Friends Whenever. (PG) 4.45
MOVIE: The Magic Sword. (1998) 6.30
MOVIE: The Goonies. (PG) (1985) 8.50
MOVIE: Delivery Man. (M) (2013) 11.00
MOVIE: About Last Night. (MA15+) (2014)
1.00 MOVIE: The Saint Strikes Back. (PG)
(1939) 2.20 Shopping. 3.20 MOVIE: Sea
Devils. (1937) 5.30 Dog With A Blog. (PG)
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.30 Making
A Model With Yolanda Hadid. (PG) 1.30
Masters Of Flip. 2.30 The Block. (PG) 4.00
Come Dine With Me UK. (PG) 5.00 Texas
Flip And Move. 6.00 House Hunters Int.
7.00 House Hunters. 7.30 Mountain Life.
8.30 Barnwood Builders. 9.30 Property
Brothers At Home On The Ranch. (PG)
10.30 We Bought The Farm. 11.30 House
Hunters Int. 12.30 House Hunters. 1.00
Mountain Life. 2.00 Barnwood Builders.
3.00 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 Focus On Europe. 3.00 ABC News
Overnight. 3.15 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Barunga
Concert Special. 1.55 Marngo Designing
Futures. 2.00 Chefs’ Line. 2.30 Our
Footprint. 3.00 Children’s Programs. 5.00
Volumz. 6.00 Unearthed. 6.30 Chefs’
Line. 7.00 Our Stories. 7.20 Home To Me.
7.30 MOVIE: Monkey King: Hero Is Back.
(PG) (2016) 9.00 Kanalaritja: An Unbroken
String. 9.30 Big Freedia: Queen Of Bounce.
(M) 10.30 I Live, I Breathe, I Surf. (PG)
11.30 Flying Boomerangs. (PG) 12.00 Late
Programs.
P: Preschool C: Children PG: Parental Guidance Recommended M: Mature Audiences Only MA15+: Suitable Only for Mature Audiences AV15+: Extreme Adult Violence | Listings are correct at the time of print and are subject to change by the networks.
Today’s pick
A Quiet Place
8.30pm AEDT
© 2018 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
0401
7.25am Slumber (SciFi, 2017, MA15+) 8.50
A Family Man (Drama, 2016, M) 10.40 War
For The Planet Of The Apes (Action, 2017, M)
1.00pm Megan Leavey (Biographical, 2017, M)
3.00 Justice League (Action, 2017, M) 5.00
Daddy’s Home 2 (Comedy, 2017, PG) Mark
Wahlberg. 6.40 Basmati Blues (Romance, 2017,
PG) Brie Larson. 8.30 A Quiet Place (Thriller,
2018, M) Emily Blunt. 10.05 Blade Runner
2049 (Sci-Fi, 2017, MA15+) 12.45am Flatliners
(Horror, 2017, M)
8.55am
House. (M)
9.45 The Blacklist. (MA15+) 10.35 Inside True
Blood. (M) 11.00 True Detective. (MA15+)
1.00pm Empire. (MA15+) 1.50 Ray Donovan.
(MA15+) 2.50 Girls. (MA15+) 4.00 Boardwalk
Empire. (MA15+) 5.50 Elementary. (M) 6.40
House. (M) 7.30 Mr. Avila. (MA15+) 8.25 Strike
Back: Declassified. (MA15+) 8.30 MOVIE: There
Will Be Blood (Drama, 2007, M) 11.10 Game
Of Thrones. (MA15+) 12.05am Ray Donovan.
(MA15+)
6.00am From Paris With
Love (Adventure, 2010,
MA15+) 7.35 Once Upon A Time In Venice
(Action, 2017, MA15+) 9.15 Braven (Thriller,
2018, M) 10.55 The Crow (Action, 1994, MA15+)
12.40pm RoboCop (Adventure, 1987, MA15+)
2.30 RoboCop 2 (Adventure, 1990, MA15+)
4.30 RoboCop 3 (Adventure, 1993, M) 6.30
The Green Hornet (Action, 2011, M) 8.30
X-Men (Sci-fi, 2000, M) 10.15 Terminator 2:
Judgment Day (Action, 1991, M) 12.30am
Rambo: First Blood Part II (Action, 1985, M)
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 Last Man Standing. (M) 9.00 The
Cool Kids. (M) 9.30 Gotham. (M) 10.30 Police
Ten 7. (M) 11.30 Top 20 Funniest. (M) 12.30am
Gotham. (M)
8.25am Absolutely Fabulous. (M)
9.00 Coronation Street. (PG) 9.30
EastEnders. (PG) 10.05 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. (PG)
4.00 Absolutely Fabulous. (M) 4.35 QI. (M)
5.45 Insert Name Here. (M) 6.20 Emmerdale.
(PG) 7.20 Coronation Street. (PG) 8.20 New
Tricks. (M) 9.20 Sherlock. (M) 11.20 The
Graham Norton Show. (M) 12.15am 8 Out Of
10 Cats Does Countdown. (M)
10.30am Location
Location Location.
11.25 Grand Designs. 12.25pm Selling Houses
Australia. 1.25 Escape To The Country. 2.20
Antiques Roadshow. 3.25 Bargain Hunt. 4.20
Better Homes And Gardens. 5.30 Escape To
The Country. 6.25 Location Location Location.
7.25 Selling Houses Australia. 8.30 Heathrow.
(PG) 9.30 Aussie Pickers. (PG) 10.30 Inside
The Ambulance. (M) 11.25 24 Hours In
Emergency. (M) 12.20am Gogglebox. (M)
9.30am Alaskan
Bush People. (PG)
10.30 Aussie Gold Hunters. (PG) 11.30 A
Crime To Remember. (M) 12.30pm Evil Kin.
(M) 1.30 Killer Instinct With Chris Hansen. (M)
2.30 Alaskan Bush People. (PG) 3.30 Deadliest
Catch. (PG) 4.30 Gold Rush. (PG) 5.30 Fast
N’ Loud. (PG) 6.30 Jay Leno’s Garage. (PG)
7.30 Air Rescue. (PG) 8.30 Outback Pilots.
(PG) 9.30 Railroad Australia. (PG) 10.30 What
On Earth? (PG) 11.30 Naked And Afraid. (M)
12.30am Killer Instinct With Chris Hansen. (M)
7.15am Fox Cricket Test
Day. 8.15 Cricket 360. 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 Come In Spinner. 6.45 B4 The Bash!
7.15 Cricket. Big Bash League. 8.35 Between
The Innings 8.50 Cricket. Big Bash League.
10.10 The Professor: Night Watchmen 10.55
Fox Cricket Test Day. 11.55 Come In Spinner.
12.40am The Professor: Night Watchmen
6.00am NRL Classic Match.
6.30 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. 5.00
NRL Classic Match. 6.00 Rugby League. NRL.
7.00 NRL Classic Match. 8.00 NRL Classic
Match. 9.00 NRL Classic Match. 10.30 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. Former
newspaper editor and Sky News presenter,
Peter Gleeson hosts a new summer program,
live from the new Sky News Brisbane studio.
8.00 NewsNight. 1.00 Sky News UK LIVE.
5.00 First Edition.
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BEACH WATCH
SYDNEY
29˚
21˚
Hot and mostly sunny. Slight (20%)
chance of a shower and a storm in
the outer west in the afternoon and
early evening. Winds northeasterly 15
to 20 km/h becoming light early in
the morning then becoming north to
northeasterly 25 to 35 km/h.
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˚ 31˚
Mostly sunny.
KINGFISH are biting on small metals, pilchards and squid
baits around structure in Middle Harbour. There are bream
on fresh squid strips at Cottage Point in Pittwater. Tailor are
taking deep-diving lures at North Head. Look for pan-sized
snapper off Gerringong. Drift for flathead with whitebait
across the middle grounds in Botany Bay. Molineux Point
has kingfish on live squid and yellowtail. Whiting are taking
surface poppers across the sand flats at Iron Cove.
TERREY HILLS
20˚ 38˚
Min Max(˚C)
Hot, partly cloudy.
CANBERRA
GOSFORD
Min Max(˚C)
RICHMOND
Min Max(˚C)
ON THE WATER
19˚ 30˚
Mostly sunny.
37˚
18˚
Hot and mostly sunny. Light winds
becoming northwesterly 20 to 30
km/h in the morning then tending
northerly 15 to 20 km/h in the late
evening.
KATOOMBA
Sydney Harbour Winds: Northeasterly 15 to 25 knots. Seas:
Below 0.5m.
Saturday:Winds: North to northeasterly 10 to 15 knots
tending north to northwesterly 15 to 20 knots early in the
morning, shifting southerly in the morning. Seas: Below 0.5m.
Sydney Coast Winds: Northeasterly 15 to 20 knots, reaching
up to 30 knots offshore in the late evening. Seas: 1 to 2m.
Swell: Northeasterly around 1m, increasing to 1 to 1.5m during
the morning.
PARRAMATTA
Min Max(˚C)
Min Max(˚C)
19˚ 31˚
19˚ 35˚
Hot. Possible storm.
Mostly sunny.
CITY
PENRITH
Min Max(˚C)
20˚ 39˚
Mostly sunny.
21˚ 29˚
Min Max(˚C)
Hot, partly cloudy.
NEWCASTLE
LIVERPOOL
Min Max(˚C)
20˚ 37˚
32˚
20˚
Mostly sunny.
Sunny. Winds northeasterly 15 to 20
km/h becoming light before dawn
then becoming east to northeasterly
25 to 35 km/h in the early afternoon.
Lismore 32
SYDNEY on this day
Average maximum
26.0˚C
Average minimum
18.6˚C
Highest temperature 41.9˚C (1942)
Lowest temperature 12.7˚C (1948)
Wettest day
49.5mm (1920)
Min-Max last year
18.1 to 24.0˚C
Water temperature
33 Taree
Dubbo 39
32 Newcastle
SYDNEY
27 Wollongong
Orange 33
Griffith 43
Wagga Wagga 42
RISE & SET
DAY
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
SUN
rise & set
5:50 am
8:10 pm
MOON
rise & set
4:13 am
6:33 pm
TEMP
34
25
25
28
29
25
TODAY
high 8:03
low 1:27
high 20:32
low 14:45
22˚
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Michael, Matthew and
Much
loved
Husband, Madison.
Beloved loved and adored husband of
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of
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Gerard (dec).
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Greenway
Chapel,
460
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60 Years Young
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THE World Anti-Doping Agency’s Athletes
Committee yesterday demanded Russia be hit
with new sanctions over its failure to meet a
crucial deadline to hand over data from its
drug-tainted Moscow laboratory.
In a statement posted on WADA’s website,
the agency’s committee representing athletes
challenged the organisation to declare the
Russians non-compliant following the missed
deadline.
“We are extremely disappointed that the
December
31
deadline
imposed on Russia
by WADA has
not been adhered to by the
Russian authorities,”
the
statement read.
“We now expect that following
the
process recom- Travis Tygart.
mended by the
CRC (Compliance Review Committee) that
Russia will be declared non-compliant. Only
this action will be suitable and appropriate in
the view of the athletes.
“Anything less will be considered a failure
by WADA to act on behalf of clean athletes.”
WADA is set to consider the next step in the
long-running saga at a January 14-15 meeting.
The end-of-year deadline was set in September, when WADA lifted a ban on the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA), paving
the way for Russian athletes to return to competition across all sports after a report which
uncovered a state-sponsored doping program
in the country.
WADA personnel travelled to Russia last
month but were unable to extract all of the
promised data.
WADA said at the time its team could not
complete its mission “due to an issue raised by
the Russian authorities that the team’s equipment to be used for the data extraction was
required to be certified under Russian law.”
WADA’s leadership has been strongly criticised over its decision to lift Russia’s suspension before obtaining access to the information
sought from its Moscow laboratory, which was
expected to shed light on the extent of Russian
cheating spanning several years and including
multiple major championships.
On Tuesday, United States Anti-Doping
Agency chief Travis Tygart said Russia’s failure
to adhere to the deadline should come as no
surprise.
“No one is surprised this deadline was ignored and it’s time for WADA to stop being
played by the Russians and immediately declare them non-compliant for failing yet again
to meet the deadline,” Tygart said.
Last month, the governing body of world
athletics (IAAF) said it was maintaining
Russia’s ban from track and field over the statebacked doping controversy.
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YESTERDAY’S
TABRESULTS
RACES
Kembla Grange
Track: GOOD (3)
1–WELCOME TO 2019 PLATE (C1) 2000m:
8.00 DRESS REHEARSAL (br m 6y New Approach
(IRE) – Choose To Dream. Trainer: Ms G
Markwell) 57 (C Lever) 1, 2.25 fav MY KING’S
COUNSEL 59 (Tommy Berry) 2, 2.50 PORKY
PIES 59 (J Ford) 3. Then followed: 7.00 Cool
One 21.00 American Enemy last. All started.
1-1/2 len, nse. Time: 2:05.19. (Last 600m
35.27).
2–CANADIAN CLUB HCP (C1) 1600m: 2.60 fav
HAPPY SEVENTY (b g 4y Tickets – Elegant Beauty
(NZ). Trainer: Ms G Markwell) 59 (C Lever) 1,
12.00 TIOMO 54 (G Buckley) 2, 3.60 EMSHALKY
54.5 (Tommy Berry) 3. Then followed: 6.50
Single Story 4.60 Uber Lux 20.00 Rubino Veloce
last. All started. Hd, len. Time: 1:38.23. (Last
600m 33.68).
3–SHANE EADES TRANSPORT HCP (C2)
1400m: 8.00 MYPRAYER (br g 4y Keep The Faith
– My Harmonica. Trainer: Ms L Dean) 56.5 (J
Ford) 1, 10.00 JUDGE JUDI 56.5 (J R Collett) 2,
13.00 GENOVEFFA 54 carr 52 (R Dolan) 3. Then
followed: 4.40 Navigator 4.20 fav All Sassitude
13.00 Inherit 6.50 Lady Elizabeth 6.00 My
Zebrinka 26.00 Titaness last. Scr: Bull Market,
Uh Oh. 1/2 nk, 1-1/4 len. Time: 1:23.35. (Last
600m 34.17).
4–ANYTIME FITNESS ALBION PK–BM64
1200m: 2.50 fav SHERIFF (b c 3y Myboycharlie
(IRE) – Just Another. Trainer: R & L Price) 57.5
carr 55.5 (Brock Ryan) 1, 13.00 THE PATRICIAN
55.5 (Rachel King) 2, 26.00 COSIMO 56.5 (K
Jennings) 3. Then followed: 4.00 Misteed
41.00 Soir De Lune 5.50 Make ‘em Cry 26.00
Aberration 11.00 Efficiently 20.00 Bad Boy For
Love 26.00 Juaphikoa 51.00 Captain Manering
last. Scr: Anne’s Gift, All Sassitude. Len, sht hd.
Time: 1:09.68. (Last 600m 33.72).
5–MARKEY SADDLERY MDN HCP 1300m: 2.15
fav MUSUME (gr f 3y Bullet Train (GB) – Elkaydee.
Trainer: Ms L Dean) 56 (A Hyeronimus) 1, 4.20
MICKS NEW CHICK 56.5 carr 55.5 (Billy Owen)
2, 8.00 CHICANSALADE 54.5 (C Reith) 3. Then
followed: 5.00 I’m A Legend 51.00 Two Seas
81.00 Milawa 31.00 Hamogany 151.00 Honour
Of Clare 16.00 Rond De Jambe 81.00 Psicopatico
61.00 Worrigee Star last. Scr: Monegal, Storm
Attack, Big Data, Banjo’s Voice, Better Not
Rain, Reiby Rhymer. 2-1/4 len, 1/2 nk. Time:
1:17.35. (Last 600m 34.08).
6–BLG BUSINESS ADVISERS MDN 1300m:
4.60 fav HEMSTED (ch g 3y Exceed And Excel
– Benenden. Trainer: James Cummings) 57.5
(C Reith) 1, 19.00 MY DEMETRA 55.5 (Mitchell
Bell) 2, 11.00 GEORGINA GOLD 55.5 (Tommy
Berry) 3. Then followed: 11.00 Kentford 6.00
Emerald Earth 41.00 Distracted 61.00 Breath
Of Wind 61.00 Golden Boy 51.00 Eternity
12.00 Pageant Queen last. Scr: Elusive Nature,
Kashiwa, The Sinnerman, Slight Adjustment,
Russian Ahead, Beaufort Park. Scratched at
barrier: Rexx (2.40). Prices shown are subject
to a deduction of 37c win and 21c place. Nse,
1-3/4 len. Time: 1:17.85. (Last 600m 34.27).
7–HAPPY NEW YEAR MDN PLATE 1500m:
7.50 FLYING PIERRO (b g 3y Pierro – We
Betcha. Trainer: C J Waller) 57.5 (G Schofield)
1, 2.10 fav DEELBRAKA 57.5 (T Marquand) 2,
8.00 FLYING MOJO 57.5 (K Jennings) 3. Then
followed: 7.50 Baanone 8.50 Actuarial 31.00
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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.
Happy Hustler 12.00 Age Of War 19.00 Trades
Star 101.00 Ticket Keeper 71.00 Seau 101.00
Neptune last. Scr: Cajun Music, Mr Costigan,
Nijinska, Honour Of Clare. Lg nk, 1-1/2 len.
Time: 1:30.58. (Last 600m 35.71).
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 3 1 2. Win $8.60 place $2.60 $1.30
NTD. Q: $6.70. E: $23.20. T: $26.90. First 4:
3-1-2-5: $51.60. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 2: 1 6 5. Win $2.50 place $1.70 $3.70
NTD. Q: $11.40. E: $18.40. T: $51.10. D:
$14.10. First 4: 1-6-5-2: $151.00. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 3: 5 4 10. Win $9.20 place $2.20
$2.50 $4.00. Q: $44.70. E: $123.70. Duets:
5-4: $4.70, 5-10: $19.80, 4-10: $23.70. T:
$1,219.50. D: $37.80. First 4: 5-4-10-2:
$4,556.60. Sub: 2. Scr: 1,11.
RACE 4: 6 10 8. Win $2.60 place $1.40 $3.00
$7.80. Q: $14.10. E: $20.70. Duets: 6-10:
$5.60, 6-8: $17.70, 10-8: $54.30. T: $314.00.
D: $36.30. First 4: 6-10-8-4: $1,209.60. Sub:
6. Scr: 12,13.
RACE 5: 5 4 8. Win $2.20 place $1.30 $1.60
$2.00. Q: $4.10. E: $7.40. Duets: 5-4:
$2.10, 5-8: $3.00, 4-8: $4.20. T: $25.20. D:
$6.50. First 4: 5-4-8-1: $56.60. Sub: 5. Scr:
12,13,14,15,16,17.
RACE 6: 3 10 9. Win $3.00 place $1.30 $3.30
$2.10. Q: $26.10. E: $45.70. Duets: 3-10:
$9.20, 3-9: $4.00, 10-9: $12.70. T: $200.60.
D: $4.90. First 4: 3-10-9-4: $573.10. Sub: 3.
Scr: 12,13,14,15,16,17,5(L).
RACE 7: 8 6 7. Win $6.90 place $1.90 $1.20
$2.30. Q: $8.10. E: $24.20. Duets: 8-6:
$3.60, 8-7: $7.70, 6-7: $3.60. T: $113.00. D:
$10.10. First 4: 8-6-7-1: $363.70. Sub: 6. Scr:
5,9,13,15.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Musume
(5)--Flying Pierro (8) $20.70. Subs: 5,6.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(3)(1)(5)(6): $911.20. Subs: NSR,NSR,2,6.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 4,5,6,7: (6)(5)(3)
(8): $112.30. Subs: 6,5,3,6.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 2,3,4,5,6,7: (1)
(5)(6)(5)(3)(8): Major (winners of 6 races):
$1,358.10 Supplementary (winners of first 5
races): $21.50. Subs: NSR,2,6,5,3,6.
Geelong
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 2 3 5. Win $3.20 place $1.70 $1.50
NTD. Q: $3.40. E: $5.10. T: $34.40. First 4:
2-3-5-4: $98.30. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 2: 4 2 1. Win $3.90 place $1.60 $10.20
$1.50. Q: $85.20. E: $142.50. Duets: 4-2:
$17.60, 4-1: $3.40, 2-1: $17.90. T: $367.90.
D: $11.30. First 4: 4-2-1-6: $5,274.50. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 3: 12 3 10. Win $1.60 place $1.10
$3.70 $5.90. Q: $13.70. E: $18.20. Duets:
12-3: $6.10, 12-10: $9.40, 3-10: $82.70.
T: $252.10. D: $5.50. First 4: 12-3-10-2:
$762.90. Sub: 12. Scr: 13.
RACE 4: 8 1 4. Win $9.60 place $2.40 $2.10
$1.80. Q: $28.90. E: $87.70. Duets: 8-1:
$6.20, 8-4: $6.70, 1-4: $4.70. T: $327.70. D:
$21.10. First 4: 8-1-4-6: $8,790.10. Sub: 9.
Scr: 2,7,11.
RACE 5: 3 2 6. Win $6.30 place $2.90 $1.40
NTD. Q: $8.20. E: $19.80. T: $93.50. D:
$56.10. First 4: 3-2-6-1: $270.70. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 6: 9 1 8. Win $3.70 place $1.60 $1.60
$2.50. Q: $6.70. E: $16.40. Duets: 9-1: $2.90,
9-8: $8.10, 1-8: $7.50. T: $99.80. D: $17.20.
First 4: 9-1-8-4: $403.70. Sub: 1. Scr: 3(L).
RACE 7: 7 8 5. Win $1.60 place $1.30 $1.50
NTD. Q: $1.90. E: $2.30. T: $14.90. D: $9.60.
First 4: 7-8-5-2: $35.30. Sub: 7. Scr: 4,6.
RACE 8: 6 7 3. Win $2.30 place $1.50 $1.80
$3.10. Q: $5.60. E: $9.40. Duets: 6-7: $3.30,
6-3: $7.80, 7-3: $9.90. T: $94.50. D: $3.50.
First 4: 6-7-3-1: $269.30. Sub: 6. Scr: 5.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Gin
Atomic (9)--Typhoon Rubi (6) $8.00. Subs: 1,6.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(2)(4)(12)(8): $333.10. Subs: NSR,NSR,12,9.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (3)(9)(7)
(6): $111.20. Subs: NSR,1,7,6.
Townsville
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 3 2 5. Win $3.40 place $1.60 $2.20
$2.70. Q: $7.00. E: $18.40. Duets: 3-2: $6.00,
3-5: $6.70, 2-5: $7.50. T: $143.00. First 4:
3-2-5-7: $260.50. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 2: 11 6 5. Win $9.70 place $2.20 $1.50
$2.90. Q: $28.50. E: $48.70. Duets: 11-6:
$5.30, 11-5: $13.40, 6-5: $17.00. T: $601.40.
D: $37.60. First 4: 11-6-5-4: $1,155.20. Sub:
4. Scr: 2.
RACE 3: 4 3 1. Win $4.20 place $1.04 $2.00
NTD. Q: $4.50. E: $8.70. T: $10.60. D: $43.40.
First 4: 4-3-1-2: $27.80. Sub: 1. Scr: 6.
RACE 4: 1 3 6. Win $2.60 place $1.30 $2.10
$2.10. Q: $10.60. E: $17.80. Duets: 1-3:
$5.00, 1-6: $4.30, 3-6: $13.50. T: $98.20.
D: $11.10. First 4: 1-3-6-4: $313.60. Sub: 1.
Scr: 7,9.
RACE 5: 1 7 8. Win $5.80 place $2.40 $1.80
$1.60. Q: $13.30. E: $36.40. Duets: 1-7:
$6.90, 1-8: $5.70, 7-8: $4.90. T: $110.70. D:
$23.40. First 4: 1-7-8-5: $1,280.10. Sub: 7.
Scr: 3.
RACE 6: 4 12 8. Win $3.70 place $1.60
$7.50 $7.10. Q: $58.10. E: $76.80. Duets:
4-12: $15.80, 4-8: $22.40, 12-8: $95.80.
T: $2,101.10. D: $44.10. First 4: 4-12-8-2:
$10,081.00. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 7: 2 9 6. Win $5.40 place $2.00 $9.00
$3.60. Q: $109.50. E: $85.70. Duets:
2-9: $27.60, 2-6: $14.00, 9-6: $37.10. T:
$1,208.40. D: $26.70. First 4: 2-9-6-4:
$6,367.90. Sub: 4. Scr: 12.
RACE 8: 13 4 8. Win $5.80 place $2.40 $1.90
$2.80. Q: $10.70. E: $26.10. Duets: 13-4:
$6.50, 13-8: $17.70, 4-8: $10.50. T: $273.80.
D: $30.30. First 4: 13-4-8-6: $974.80. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Samba
Rio (4)--Light Up Vegas (13) $23.00. Subs:
NSR,NSR.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(3)(11)(4)(1): $335.80. Subs: NSR,4,1,1.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (1)(4)(2)
(13): $1,336.90. Subs: 7,NSR,4,NSR.
HARNESS
Penrith
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 3 4 5. Win $1.60 place $1.10 $1.40
$1.80. Q: $3.90. E: $6.00. Duets: 3-4: $2.50,
3-5: $2.70, 4-5: $4.00. T: $14.60. First 4: 3-45-10: $76.90. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 2: 7 4 1. Win $1.90 place $1.30 $2.30
$1.30. Q: $10.30. E: $11.20. Duets: 7-4:
$3.80, 7-1: $1.80, 4-1: $4.90. T: $30.20. D:
$4.00. First 4: 7-4-1-8: $236.90. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 3: 3 5 10. Win $4.70 place $1.20 $3.10
$2.40. Q: $30.60. E: $42.80. Duets: 3-5:
$8.40, 3-10: $4.70, 5-10: $12.60. T: $182.60.
D: $5.70. First 4: 3-5-10-1: $1,619.20. Sub:
2. Scr: 6.
RACE 4: 5 4 3. Win $3.00 place $1.40 $1.90
$5.90. Q: $10.40. E: $15.10. Duets: 5-4:
$3.60, 5-3: $11.20, 4-3: $20.10. T: $202.60.
D: $26.50. First 4: 5-4-3-6: $2,615.50. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 5: 7 2 1. Win $40.60 place $5.40 $1.60
$4.60. Q: $39.40. E: $194.80. Duets: 7-2:
$8.50, 7-1: $11.50, 2-1: $12.60. T: $940.00.
D: $94.50. First 4: 7-2-1-6: $6,333.80. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 6: 4 1 2. Win $1.10 place $1.04 $1.90
$6.90. Q: $3.50. E: $2.90. Duets: 4-1: $3.10,
4-2: $7.90, 1-2: $48.90. T: $53.00. D: $65.20.
First 4: 4-1-2-5: $649.60. Sub: NSR. All
Started.
RACE 7: 10 1 3. Win $5.30 place $1.70 $1.80
$3.20. Q: $9.80. E: $17.40. Duets: 10-1:
$3.00, 10-3: $17.60, 1-3: $12.00. T: $166.70.
D: $12.70. First 4: 10-1-3-4: $843.60. Sub: 1.
Scr: 6.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Dig Deep
Flash (3)--Ay Are Bee (3) $12.90. Subs: 4,1.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(7)(1)(2)(2): $294.90. Subs: 8,6,2,4.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (1)(3)(1)
(3): $178.10. Subs: 1,4,1,1.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 4,5,6,7,8,9: (2)(1)(3)
(1)(3)(4): Major (winners of 6 races): $144.40
Supplementary (winners of first 5 races):
$16.00. Subs: 4,1,4,1,1,2.
RACE 8: 2 1 5. Win $1.04 place $1.04 $2.30
$5.10. Q: $9.90. E: $7.30. Duets: 2-1: $3.80,
2-5: $7.00, 1-5: $43.80. T: $85.50. D: $10.90.
First 4: 2-1-5-7: $346.10. Sub: NSR. All
Started.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Team Of
Starzzz (7)--Martinson (10) $351.20. Subs:
NSR,1.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(3)(7)(3)(5): $73.30. Subs: NSR,NSR,2,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (7)(4)
(10)(2): $196.10. Subs: NSR,NSR,1,NSR.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 3,4,5,6,7,8: (3)(5)(7)
(4)(10)(2): Major (winners of 6 races): Not won.
Supplementary (winners of first 5 races): Not
won. Subs: 2,NSR,NSR,NSR,1,NSR.
Maitland
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 3 6 1. Win $4.00 place $1.50 $6.90
NTD. Q: $22.70. E: $24.90. T: $71.80. First 4:
3-6-1-8: $260.90. Sub: 1. Scr: 2,5.
RACE 2: 4 8 2. Win $32.60 place $7.20 $2.40
NTD. Q: $34.50. E: $246.50. T: $286.70. D:
$69.70. First 4: 4-8-2-7: $643.40. Sub: 2. Scr:
5,6,3(L).
RACE 3: 3 1 7. Win $3.10 place $2.10 $1.60
NTD. Q: $7.10. E: $13.70. T: $47.70. D: No
winner. First 4: 3-1-7-6: $83.40. Sub: 6. Scr:
2,5.
RACE 4: 2 1 8. Win $2.10 place $1.40 $1.30
NTD. Q: $1.90. E: $3.70. T: $19.80. D: $18.70.
First 4: 2-1-8-7: $47.60. Sub: 2. Scr: 3,4,6.
RACE 5: 4 6 7. Win $3.40 place $1.70 $3.20
$9.30. Q: $27.80. E: $39.60. Duets: 4-6:
$9.20, 4-7: $28.80, 6-7: $23.10. T: $869.80.
D: $17.50. First 4: 4-6-7-3: $5,692.40. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 6: 5 1 3. Win $3.80 place $1.30 $1.10
NTD. Q: $1.50. E: $5.10. T: $12.60. D: $93.40.
First 4: 5-1-3-6: $28.00. Sub: 1. Scr: 4,7.
RACE 7: 4 7 3. Win $5.90 place $2.50 $1.80
NTD. Q: $8.60. E: $19.80. T: $55.00. D:
$85.30. First 4: 4-7-3-2: $211.40. Sub: 7.
Scr: 6.
RACE 8: 2 5 8. Win $3.40 place $1.50 $2.30
$1.10. Q: $11.60. E: $14.80. Duets: 2-5:
$4.60, 2-8: $2.40, 5-8: $3.80. T: $68.00. D:
$57.90. First 4: 2-5-8-7: $531.80. Sub: 8. Scr:
4,9,1(L).
RACE 9: 8 3 4. Win $1.40 place NPP NPP NPP.
Q: $3.80. E: $4.10. T: $9.80. D: $5.00. First 4:
8-3-4-6: $19.20. Sub: 8. Scr: 1,2,5,7.
RACE 10: 7 3 8. Win $4.60 place $1.70 $1.40
NTD. Q: $4.40. E: $10.00. T: $17.50. D:
$17.20. First 4: 7-3-8-1: $128.20. Sub: 3.
Scr: 4,5.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Leonardo
Pearl (5)--Power To Wyn (2) $25.00. Subs: 1,8.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(3)(4)(3)(2): $280.80. Subs: 1,2,6,2.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (4)(5)(4)
(2): $413.80. Subs: NSR,1,7,8.
GREYS
Dapto
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 7 8 2. Win $8.60 place $4.00 $2.00
NTD. Q: $7.70. E: $19.00. T: $74.00. First 4:
7-8-2-3: $111.40. Sub: 8. Scr: 5,6.
RACE 2: 1 6 3. Win $3.80 place $2.00 $1.30
NTD. Q: $2.60. E: $12.90. T: $141.90. D:
$38.40. First 4: 1-6-3-4: $498.80. Sub: 6.
Scr: 5.
RACE 3: 2 7 8. Win $1.70 place NPP NPP NPP.
Q: $1.10. E: $1.40. T: $7.90. D: $8.50. First 4:
2-7-8-5: $6.00. Sub: 2. Scr: 1,3,4,6.
RACE 4: 2 1 4. Win $5.20 place NPP NPP NPP. Q:
$8.70. E: $15.90. T: $31.10. D: $9.10. First 4:
2-1-4-6: $16.00. Sub: 4. Scr: 3,5,7,8.
RACE 5: 1 5 2. Win $2.10 place $1.50 $6.40
NTD. Q: $18.60. E: $22.80. T: $139.50. D:
$22.10. First 4: 1-5-2-3: $539.30. Sub: 1.
Scr: 6,9.
RACE 6: 3 4 6. Win $4.30 place $1.90 $1.60
NTD. Q: $3.60. E: $9.90. T: $29.00. D: $8.20.
First 4: 3-4-6-1: $115.00. Sub: 4. Scr: 5.
RACE 7: 1 8 4. Win $2.40 place $1.60 $4.50
NTD. Q: $13.40. E: $18.40. T: $97.00. D: $4.60.
First 4: 1-8-4-2: $519.70. Sub: 1. Scr: 6.
RACE 8: 3 1 8. Win $4.90 place $2.40 $1.80
NTD. Q: $6.30. E: $13.20. T: $40.40. D: $8.30.
First 4: 3-1-8-4: $67.30. Sub: 1. Scr: 2,7.
RACE 9: 4 2 1. Win $2.70 place $1.80 $1.30
NTD. Q: $1.70. E: $4.90. T: $17.70. D: $14.00.
First 4: 4-2-1-8: $50.90. Sub: 2. Scr: 3,6.
RACE 10: 6 4 2. Win $3.50 place $2.80 $1.04
NTD. Q: $7.30. E: $15.50. T: $39.40. D:
$18.00. First 4: 6-4-2-3: $223.90. Sub: 4.
Scr: 5.
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Farm where Sir Bacchus
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$500,000 barrier.
1. The Autumn Sun (5)
J: J Mcdonald T: Chris Waller
2. The Cliffsofmoher (3)
J: H Bowman
T: Aidan O’Brien
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 5 8 6. Win $2.10 place $1.70 $1.40
$2.30. Q: $6.30. E: $9.00. Duets: 5-8: $3.00,
5-6: $7.30, 8-6: $5.30. T: $67.30. First 4: 5-86-1: $156.40. Sub: 5. Scr: 2.
RACE 2: 1 7 4. Win $4.40 place $1.90 $5.80
NTD. Q: $26.90. E: $55.70. T: $195.80. D:
$17.30. First 4: 1-7-4-5: $144.50. Sub: 5. Scr:
3,6,8.
RACE 3: 6 2 1. Win $3.50 place $1.90 $1.70
NTD. Q: $4.20. E: $8.60. T: $31.60. D: No
winner. First 4: 6-2-1-9: $117.40. Sub: 2. Scr:
3,4.
RACE 4: 8 5 2. Win $4.70 place $2.20 $1.50
$1.70. Q: $10.30. E: $22.90. Duets: 8-5:
$5.80, 8-2: $4.10, 5-2: $2.80. T: $47.90. D:
$36.30. First 4: 8-5-2-6: $277.80. Sub: 3.
Scr: 9.
RACE 5: 4 1 3. Win $7.80 place $1.40 $1.04
$3.40. Q: $4.30. E: $10.40. Duets: 4-1:
$2.80, 4-3: $8.30, 1-3: $4.40. T: $96.90. D:
No winner. First 4: 4-1-3-8: $540.40. Sub: 1.
Scr: 9.
RACE 6: 1 5 3. Win $8.10 place $1.70 $1.50
$1.70. Q: $7.80. E: $32.00. Duets: 1-5: $3.10,
1-3: $6.90, 5-3: $5.10. T: $224.00. D: No
winner. First 4: 1-5-3-6: $1,034.20. Sub: 2.
Scr: 9.
RACE 7: 3 7 8. Win $4.40 place $1.70 $1.10
$4.80. Q: $9.80. E: $18.30. Duets: 3-7: $4.00,
3-8: $10.20, 7-8: $10.00. T: $112.20. D:
$125.60. First 4: 3-7-8-4: $449.20. Sub: 2.
Scr: 9.
RACE 8: 8 2 3. Win $2.50 place $1.04 $1.50
$5.50. Q: $4.40. E: $4.40. Duets: 8-2: $2.00,
8-3: $9.90, 2-3: $11.40. T: $66.90. D: $87.60.
First 4: 8-2-3-1: $175.60. Sub: 8. Scr: 5,10.
RACE 9: 4 5 8. Win $5.80 place $1.60 $1.30
$3.20. Q: $11.50. E: $22.00. Duets: 4-5:
$7.80, 4-8: $15.50, 5-8: $5.70. T: $156.30.
D: $32.80. First 4: 4-5-8-3: $309.50. Sub: 5.
Scr: 9,7(L).
RACE 10: 1 7 9. Win $3.60 place $1.70 $2.10
$4.00. Q: $13.50. E: $29.30. Duets: 1-7:
$4.20, 1-9: $10.00, 7-9: $15.50. T: $264.90.
D: $61.40. First 4: 1-7-9-8: $1,292.40. Sub:
3. Scr: 5.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Angry’s
Tattoo (1)--Good Pal (8) $39.60. Subs: 2,8.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(5)(1)(6)(8): Not won pool jackpots. Subs:
5,5,2,3.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (4)(1)(3)
(8): Not won pool jackpots. Subs: 1,2,2,8.
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Basketball
NBL, Rd 12: CAIRNS TAIPANS 109 (D Hall 24 N
Jawai 18 J Kenny 15) bt BRISBANE BULLETS
80 (L Patterson 27 M Hodgson 13 J Kendle 13)
at Cairns Convention Centre.
P W L
% Win %
Sydney Kings
16 11 5 105.63 68.75
Perth Wildcats
18 12 6
107.15 66.67
Melbourne United 17 11 6 102.47 64.71
Adelaide 36ers
17 9 8 101.44 52.94
Brisbane Bullets
18 9 9 100.13 50.00
Illawarra Hawks
17 7 10
92.91
41.18
NZ Breakers
15 6 9 99.04 40.00
Cairns Taipans
16 2 14 92.03 12.50
● NBA (home team in CAPS): CHARLOTTE
HORNETS 84 Dallas Mavericks 122;
CLEVELAND CAVALIERS 92 Miami Heat 117;
WASHINGTON WIZARDS 114 Atlanta Hawks
98; CHICAGO BULLS 84 Orlando Magic 112;
MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES 94 Detroit Pistons
101; PHOENIX SUNS 127 Philadelphia 76ers
132; BROOKLYN NETS 126 New Orleans
Pelicans 121; L.A. LAKERS 100 Oklahoma City
Thunder 107; BOSTON CELTICS 115 Minnesota
Timberwolves 102
Cricket
BBL
Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Renegades
at GMHBA Stadium
Adelaide Strikers Innings
A CAREY c Webster b Boyce . . . . . . . . . 16 (21)
J WEATHERALD run out (Shinwari) . . 71 (44)
C INGRAM c White b Boyce . . . . . . . . . . 6 (10)
M SHORT run out (Wildermuth). . . . . . . . .1 (4)
J WELLS not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 (22)
J LEHMANN c & b Christian. . . . . . . . . . . 2 (6)
M NESER lbw Shinwari . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 (7)
R KHAN not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 (7)
Sundries (3b 2lb 1nb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Six wickets for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Fall: 60, 78, 86, 104, 109, 127
Bowling: T Cooper 1-0-13-0, U Shinwari
4-0-40-1, K Richardson 4-0-35-0 (1nb), J
Wildermuth 2-0-20-0, M Nabi 3-0-22-0, C
Boyce 4-0-16-2, D Christian 2-0-7-1. Overs: 20
Melbourne Renegades Innings
M HARVEY c Carey b Stanlake . . . . . . . . .1 (5)
C WHITE lbw Khan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 (22)
S HARPER c Carey b Neser . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (3)
T COOPER c Ingram b O’Connor . . . . . . 16 (12)
B WEBSTER c Khan b Neser . . . . . . . . 33 (36)
M NABI b O’Connor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 (4)
D CHRISTIAN b Ingram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 (4)
J WILDERMUTH b Stanlake . . . . . . . . . 24 (20)
C BOYCE lbw Laughlin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 (8)
K RICHARDSON not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (4)
U SHINWARI not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 (2)
Sundries (1lb 3w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Nine wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Fall: 8, 9, 32, 40, 44, 51, 91, 115, 121
V1 - TELE03Z01MA
Bowling: L O’Connor 4-0-21-2 (1w), M Neser
3-0-10-2 (1w), B Stanlake 4-0-27-2, B Laughlin
2-0-29-1, R Khan 4-0-18-1 (1w), C Ingram 3-020-1. Overs: 20
Result: Adelaide Strikers won by 32 runs
● WBBL: Melbourne Renegades v Hobart
Hurricanes, at GMHBA Stadium: Hobart
Hurricanes 8-115 (C Hall 37no, H Knight 19);
Melbourne Renegades 5-119 (A Satterthwaite
28, C Webb 22no; S Moloney 3-20). Melbourne
Renegades won by 5 wickets
● FIRST ODI: New Zealand v Sri Lanka, at
Bay Oval: New Zealand 7-371 (M Guptill 138, K
Williamson 76); Sri Lanka 326 (K Perera 102, N
Dickwella 76; J Neesham 3-38). New Zealand
won by 45 runs
Football
W-LEAGUE, Rd 10: PERTH GLORY 1 (Samantha
Kerr 85m pen) bt CANBERRA UNITED 0 at
Dorrien Gardens. Referee: Casey Reibelt.
P W D L GF GA GD Pts
Perth Glory
9 4 4 1 21 14 7 16
Melb Victory
8 5 1 2 16 12 4 16
Adelaide United 8 4 3 1 14 12 2 15
Brisbane Roar
8 4 2 2 12 12 0 14
Melbourne City 8 4 1 3 14 13
1 13
Sydney FC
7 3 0 4 17 13 4 9
Canberra United 9 2 3 4 11 14 -3 9
Newcastle Jets 7 2 1 4 8 11 -3 7
Western Sydney 8 0 1 7 5 17 -12
1
● ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Newcastle
United 0 Manchester United 2 (R Lukaku
64, Rashford 80); Bournemouth 3 (Ake 34,
Wilson 37, Fraser 40) Watford 3 (Deeney 14,
27, Sema 38); West Ham 2 (Arnautovic 66,
68) Brighton & Hove Albion 2 (Stephens 56,
Duffy 58); Wolves 0 Crystal Palace 2 (J Ayew
83, Milivojevic 90+5 pen); Huddersfield Town 1
(Mounie 33) Burnley 2 (Wood 40, Barnes 74);
Chelsea 0 Southampton 0
P W D L F A Pts
Liverpool
20 17 3 0 48 8 54
Tottenham Hotspur 21 16 0 5 46 21 48
Manchester City
20 15 2 3 54 16 47
Chelsea
21 13 5 3 38 16 44
Arsenal
21 12 5 4 46 31 41
Manchester United 21 11 5 5 43 32 38
Leicester City
21 9 4 8 25 23 31
Watford
21 8 5 8 30 31 29
Wolves
21 8 5 8 23 25 29
West Ham
21 8 4 9 29 32 28
Everton
21 7 6 8 31 31 27
Bournemouth
21 8 3 10 31 40 27
Brighton & Hove
21 7 5 9 24 29 26
Crystal Palace
21 6 4 11 19 26 22
Newcastle United
21 4 6 11 15 29 18
Burnley
21 5 3 13 21 42 18
Cardiff City
21 5 3 13 19 41 18
Southampton
21 3 7 11 21 38 16
Fulham
21 3 5 13 19 47 14
Huddersfield Town 21 2 4 15 13 37 10
Golf
JNJG ACT WEEK OF GOLF, at Federal
Rd 3: Boys c’ship (par 72): L Chamberlain
(Federal) 208 S Slater (Queensland) J
Guan (The Australian) 214. 17yrs: S Slater
(Queensland) 214. 16yrs: L Chamberlain
(Federal) 208. 15yrs: J Na (Queensland) 218.
14yrs/u: J Guan (The Australian) 214. Hcp:
B Speechley (Cronulla 3) 207. Girls c’ship
(par 73): Y Kim (Strathfield) 220 K Williams
(Avondale) 221. 15yrs/o: Y Kim (Strathfield)
220 70. 14yrs/u: B Mapanao (The Australian)
226. Hcp: K Toole (Belmont 14) 209.
● CLUB
ANTILL PARK: Medley: S’ford: 2B: P Bunga
(17) S Kennedy (8) 52. 2B Scr: T Ryan (5) B
Potter (17) 39. A: T Ryan (5) 41. B: P Bunga (17)
40. C: J Malcolm (22) 45
ASQUITH: Women: S’ford: Div 1: K Kendall (20)
37. Div 2: M Baek (36) 37 cb
BANKSTOWN: Women: S’ford: H Potter (20) 34
BARDWELL VALLEY: Medley: S’ford: 2B: G
Doyle (14) R May (22) 47. J Wells (17) 42. Scr:
T Kadiev 34
BAYVIEW: Women: S’ford: Div 1: R Heazlett
(21) 36. Div 2: R Virgona (34) 39
BERMAGUI: Men: S’ford: A: A Crome (15) 42.
B: P Gray (17) 42. C: R Sheather (24) 44 cb
BEVERLEY PARK: Medley: S’ford: 2B: T
Cleary (17) P Holmes (22) 50. A: S Geraghty
(7) 41. B: M Cran-Crombie (14) 47. C: C Tegg
(27) 42
BLACKHEATH: Women: S’ford: A McAlister
(29) 39 cb
BONVILLE: Medley: S’ford: D Thick (Ballina
6) 36
BOTANY: Veteran: S’ford: J Rotherham (22) 38
BOWRAL: Women: S’ford: S Brereton (36) 33
BREAKERS: Women: S’ford: D Laws (28) 42
BRIGHTON LAKES: S’ford: 2B: P Holland (21)
S Stubbs (37) 51. A: P Valenzuela (10) 38. B: G
Shinner (17) 40. C: S Stubbs (37) 41
CAMDEN: Men: S’ford 2B Agg: Black: R Cleary
(34) J Redhouse (4) 81. 2B Scr: R Bolton J
New 63 cb. A: R Van Den Bergh (10) 42. A
Scr: J Redhouse 37. B: I Martin (13) 41. B Scr:
T Vellacott 24. C: R Cleary (34) 40. C Scr: L
Patterson 18. S’ford: Challenge: R Van Den
Bergh (10) 42. S’ford Black: R Van Den Bergh
(10) 42
CARNARVON: Medley: S’ford: 2B: J Lind (3) M
Ebsworth (Muirfield 5) 49. Men: S Oh (Rosnay
19) 42 cb
CASTLE HILL: Women: S’ford: P MacDonald
(12) 38. Scr: C Shin 28
CASTLECOVE: Women: S’ford: 9-hole: R
Hazeldine (24) 17
CHATSWOOD: Women: S’ford: L Meli (38) 43
CONCORD: Medley: S’ford: S Lin (3) 41 cb
CROMER: Women: S’ford: J Craig (25) 35 cb
CRONULLA: Men: S’ford: 4B: P Zaat (20) B
Anderson (27) 54. Scr: T Geraghty D Wilkinson
39. A: S King (13) 41. B: P Zaat (20) 42 cb. C: J
Byfield (23) 41 cb
CUMBERLAND: Medley: S’ford: T Murphy
(20) 47
EASTLAKE: Men: S’ford: B Russ (15) 43.
Women: Stroke: T Elliott (22) 69
ELANORA: Men: S’ford: B Muffet (24) 42
EVERGLADES: Women: S’ford: Div 1: P Elliott
(15) 40. Div 2: A Taylor (29) 48. Div 3: A
Kendal (41) 32 cb
FAIRFIELD: Snr S’ford: A: A Hardy (18) 45. B:
N Charnley (20) 45. C: M Oddy (30) 47
FOX HILLS: Veteran: S’ford: C Wong (20) 45
GORDON: Men: S’ford: Irish Team: N Martin I
Lee D Jung M Kneipp 99. A: R Bush (2) 38. B: I
Beatty (17) 40 cb. C: R Fuchs (27) 42. Women:
J Elvy (32) 35 cb
HARRINGTON WATERS: Women: S’ford: Div 1:
D Lamborne (29) 40. Div 2: B Davis (43) 36
JAMBEROO: Veteran: S’ford: A: L Green (16)
36. B: S Walsh (24) 36. C: G Rutledge (42) 37
KOOINDAH WATERS: Men: S’ford: A: S Tipple
(12) 39. B: P Beadle (13) 37. C: B L’Estrange
(26) 39 cb. Women: J Aldrich (21) 36
LEONAY: S’ford: 2B: P Hughes A Gozzard 47.
A: D Moore 42. B: R Grandemagne 38. C: J
Viney 42
LIVERPOOL: Men: S’ford 2B Agg: White: J
Hoang (13) R Leabeater (Carnarvon 19) 75 cb.
2B Scr: S McGee C Wilson 65. A: C Wilson (9)
38. B: J Hoang (13) 41. C: N Mincarelli (22) 36 cb
LONG REEF: Women: S’ford: Div 1: W Millson
(17) 38. Div 2: S Smiles (26) 38. Div 3: M Payne
(37) 38
MANLY: Men: S’ford: P Beverley (25) 43.
Women: M Evans (28) 36. 9-hole: L Furlong
(45) 14
MASSEY PARK: Medley: S’ford: 2B: S Alp (24)
T Lamont (23) 53. A: J Rogers (8) 44. B: P
Masterson (19) 46. C: F Statham (21) 48. Scr:
J Rogers 36
MOLLYMOOK: Medley: S’ford: 2B: S Chappell
(12) V Nash (25) 48. Men: A: Z Ninovic (11) 43.
B: A Starr (14) 39. C: G Cox (23) 41. Women: L
McGuire (28) 32
MONA VALE: Women: S’ford: A: P Gilliland
(21) 37. B: B Boroughs (25) 36. C: G Ronson
(36) 33 cb
MOORE PARK: Men: S’ford: W Brooker (24)
43. Veteran: Gold: A Zizzo (31) 40. Women: J
Northall (26) 38
MORISSET: Medley: S’ford: 2BWB: G Pearce C
Mitchell 47. Men: White: A: J Rose (13) 42. B:
K Christensen (21) 40. C: G Dawson (23) 40.
Women: L Wales (28) 40
NELSON BAY: Men: S’ford: D Middlebrook (19)
34. Women: Div 1: K Allen (19) 35 cb. Div 2: J
Taylor (30) 33
NORTH RYDE: Women: S’ford: T Cross (34) 43
NORTHBRIDGE: S’ford: 2B: N Padoa P GilesJones 48. A: T McNeish (7) 39 cb. B: M
Matthews (15) 41. C: R King (27) 40. Challenge:
D Smart (27) 42
NSW: Women: S’ford: B Ellis (22) 43
PALM BEACH: Men: S’ford: 2B: K Nelson (18)
P Aroney (18) 49. K Nelson (18) 46. Men: Hole
in one: Z Rochester at 6th
PENNANT HILLS: Women: S’ford: 4B: P Leigh
(34) K Campbell (45) 48. J Shand (29) 40.
9-hole: J Rutherford (44) 15
PYMBLE: Women: S’ford: Div 1: R Smith (14)
41. Div 2: K Fisher (24) 42
ROSEVILLE: Men: S’ford: 2B: A Russell (21) L
Pincott (27) 49 cb. 2B Scr: G Sharp C Sharp
36. A: D Gordon (9) 42. B: C Morris (14) 39
cb. C: G McRae (19) 44. Green: R Gesterkamp
(25) 42
ROYAL SYDNEY: Women: Par: Championship:
Div 1: M Westgarth (17) 1 down. Div 2: C Byrne
(37) 4 up
SHELL COVE: S’ford: M Clark (29) 48. Scr: J
Patrick (4) 39
SHELLY BEACH: Men: S’ford: 2B Agg: A
Barnett (36) M Copp (24) 77. 2B Scr: J
Swanson M Burke 67. A: L Barrie (5) 43. B: M
Duggan (18) 42. C: M Carbonaro (20) 41. D: A
Barnett (36) 42
SHOALHAVEN HEADS: Veteran: S’ford: A: J
Evans (21) 44. B: V Schneider (25) 42. Women:
C Parrish (17) 34
SPRINGWOOD: Medley: S’ford: 2B: C Horton
(16) C Marshall (15) 49. Div 1: C Horton (16) 42.
Div 2: A Machon (35) 41. Div 1 Scr: R Miller 33
ST MICHAELS: Men: S’ford 2B Agg: White:
R Conacher (15) K Feerick (14) 84. 2B Scr: A
Powter A Powter 69. A: C Fitzgerald (12) 42.
B: G Hayes (15) 43 cb. C: B Loubatie (26) 42.
Scr: J Scruse 37 cb. T Smyth (PGA) 41. Visitor:
R Cooper (Concord 15) 41 cb. Women: S’ford:
K Bennett (+2) 35. Men: S’ford 2B Agg: Gold:
S Castles (The Ridge 15) T McMinn (30) 76. O
Wagner (33) 39
TALLWOODS: Women: S’ford: Div 1: G Pearson
(21) 41. R Ezzy (26) 40. Div 2: R Hellings (30)
34. K Lee (44) 31
THE COAST: Women: S’ford: L Curtis (29) 39.
L Saville (40) 32
THE RIDGE: Men: S’ford Black: A: C Davies
(11) 40. B: B Matthews (16) 44. C: R Williams
(34) 42 cb. Scr: R Sait 35. Women S’ford: M
Webb (33) 42
TUNCURRY: Medley: S’ford White: Div 1: S
Stokes (15) 40. Div 2: B Judd (19) 42
WAKEHURST: Women: S’ford: A: W Anderson
(20) 34. B: L Stump (28) 35 cb
WALLACIA: Men: S’ford: 2B: R Shackley (11) R
Chant (21) 49. 2B Scr: M Berg C Douglas 40.
A: G Anderson (13) 43. B: T Conroy (18) 40 cb.
C: M Kelly (21) 45. Veteran: G Ward (23) 46.
Super Veteran: J Mansfield (8) 44
WARRINGAH: Medley: S’ford: P Hartman (28)
41. B Myers (23) 41
WENTWORTH FALLS: Medley: S’ford: 2B:
M Petkevitch (36) M Mashal (11) 48. Men: M
Mashal (11) 45. Women: E Waugh (20) 37
WINDSOR: Men: S’ford: 4B: E Alcantara (34)
V Diamonon (22) 47. Mxd: K Norris (25) K
Szwanenfeld (29) 46. Women: V Smith (20)
C Chee (37) 39. Men: M Player (23) 39 cb.
Women: Y Mudiman (9) 37 cb
Ice Hockey
NHL (home team in CAPS): DALLAS STARS
5 New Jersey Devils 4; San Jose Sharks 5
COLORADO AVALANCHE 4; Edmonton Oilers
3 ARIZONA COYOTES 1; Vancouver Canucks 4
OTTAWA SENATORS 3 OT; Calgary Flames 5
DETROIT RED WINGS 3; Pittsburgh Penguins
7 NEW YORK RANGERS 2
Tennis
BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL, at Queensland
Tennis Centre
Men, Rd 2 (prefix denotes seeding): Jo-Wilfried
Tsonga (FRA) bt Taro Daniel (JPN) 7-6(5) 6-3
Quarter-finals: 2-Kei Nishikori (JPN) bt
6-Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) 7-5 7-5; Jeremy
Chardy (FRA) bt Yasutaka Uchiyama (JPN)
6-4 3-6 7-6(4).
Women, Quarter-finals: 2-Naomi Osaka (JPN)
bt 8-Anastasija Sevastova (LAT) 3-6 6-0 6-4
● HOPMAN CUP, at Perth Arena
Group A, Australia bt Spain 2-1: David Ferrer
(ESP) bt Matthew Ebden (AUS) 7-6(1) 7-5;
Ashleigh Barty (AUS) bt Garbine Muguruza
(ESP) 6-3 6-4; Matthew Ebden/Ashleigh Barty
(AUS) bt David Ferrer/Garbine Muguruza
(ESP) 3-4(3) 4-3 4-3(3)
Group B, Great Britain bt USA 2-1: Cameron
Norrie (GBR) bt Frances Tiafoe (USA) 7-6(5)
6-0; Serena Williams (USA) bt Katie Boulter
(GBR) 6-1 7-6(2); Cameron Norrie/Katie
Boulter (GBR) bt Serena Williams/Frances
Tiafoe (USA) 3-4(2) 4-3(4) 4-1
Switzerland leads Greece 1-0: Roger Federer
(SUI) bt Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) 7-6(5) 7-6(4)
● QATAR OPEN, at Doha
Men, Rd 2: Tomas Berdych (CZE) bt
8-Fernando Verdasco (ESP) 4-6 6-3 7-5;
5-Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO) bt Andrey Rublev
(RUS) 6-3 6-4; Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA) bt
Maximilian Marterer (GER) 6-3 6-7(6) 7-6(6);
1-Novak Djokovic (SRB) bt Marton Fucsovics
(HUN) 4-6 6-4 6-1; Dusan Lajovic (SRB) bt
Ricardas Berankis (LTU) 7-6(4) 0-6 7-5; Stan
Wawrinka (SUI) bt Nicolas Jarry (CHI) 6-4
7-6(3); 7-Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) bt
Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (ESP) 6-1 6-4; 4-Marco
Cecchinato (ITA) bt Guido Pella (ARG) w/o.
● AUCKLAND CLASSIC, at New Zealand
Women, Rd 2: Bianca Andreescu (CAN) bt
1-Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) 6-4 6-4; 6-Venus
Williams (USA) bt Lauren Davis (USA) 6-4
6-3. Amanda Anisimova (USA) bt 5-Barbora
Strycova (CZE) 6-3 6-3. Viktoria Kuzmova
(SVK) bt Sofia Kenin (USA) 7-5 5-7 6-3
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Leishman
has fire in
his belly
EVIN PRIEST
“I want to play well here. It’s a
nice way to start the year and get
some momentum, and a good
opportunity to try and win a PGA
Tour event with only 34 players in
the field.”
Leishman is hoping to add a
sixth title for Australian golfers
since the winners-only, no-cut
Tournament
of
Champions
moved to Maui’s Plantation
course in 1999.
Australian veteran Stuart Appleby won three consecutive editions starting from 2004 — the
most wins by any player at the
picturesque Kapalua venue.
Appleby’s countryman Geoff
Ogilvy then claimed back-toback titles in 2009 and 2010.
Other Australian success at
Kapalua includes former world
No.1 Jason Day sharing the
course record with an 11-underpar 62 in 2015.
“It’s pretty hilly and that suits
Australian players and we are
also pretty well equipped for
those Maui winds,” Leishman
said.
World No.20 Leishman is confident of sustaining the form
which allowed him to dominate
the US PGA Tour’s CIMB Classic
in Malaysia in October, where he
bagged a five- shot win.
“I’d say I’m playing as good as I
was in Malaysia. I showed that in
Australia and now I just need to
piece it together this week.”
Leishman’s countryman Day
is also in the field at the 34-player
event. He finished 2018 ranked
No.14 in the world.
AFTER two near misses in Australia, Marc Leishman is fired up
for this week’s elite Tournament
of Champions in Hawaii.
The 35-year-old Victorian
teamed with countryman Cameron Smith at the World Cup of
Golf in Melbourne in November,
when the pair came within striking distance of eventual winners
Belgium, only to finish second.
A week later at the Australian
PGA Championship, Leishman
relinquished a two-shot lead over
Smith with six holes remaining to
hand the young Queenslander
back-to-back PGA titles.
Although proud of contending
in front of Australian fans, Leishman said it left a bee in his bonnet
for the first US PGA Tour event
of 2019.
“Yeah, I had chances and
didn’t take them and I’d like to get
one back here and get a win,”
Leishman said in Maui.
“The Aussie summer was
mixed emotions, I guess. I’m
happy with the way I played but
disappointed I didn’t win at least
one of them.”
Leishman is also determined
to atone for last year’s Tournament of Champions, when he
held a share of the 36-hole lead,
only to fall apart with a Saturday
score of three-over-par 76.
“I would like to have won it,
but Dustin played so good,”
Leishman said of Dustin Johnson,
who romped to an eventual eightshot victory.
Justin Rose.
Easy way
to the top
for Rose
ENGLISHMAN Justin Rose
could regain the world No.1
spot without hitting a shot
when the PGA Tour returns.
Rose is one of three notable
qualifiers opting not to play in
the first event of 2019, the Sentry Tournament of Champions
in Hawaii, starting today.
American Brooks Koepka
begins the new year as world
No.1 but could quickly lose it
again to Rose if he fails to post
a strong finish on the Plantation Course at Kapalua, host
of the tournament since 1999.
And Koepka will face stern
competition from a field which
consists only of PGA Tour
winners from the previous
calendar year.
Of the 37 qualifiers, 34 have
made the trip to Hawaii.
Tiger Woods, who qualified
with his victory at the Tour
Championship in September,
and Phil Mickelson are the
only others apart from Rose
who elected not to take part.
Defending champion Dustin Johnson leads the way as he
looks to win the event for a
third time, something only five
players have done in the tournament’s 66-year history.
Johnson will play the opening two rounds alongside Bryson DeChambeau, who hopes
to continue a red-hot stretch
that has included three wins in
his past five PGA Tour starts.
Former world No.1 Rory
McIlroy will make his debut in
Maui as he prepares to switch
focus more to the PGA Tour.
The 29-year-old Northern
Irishman, one of nine newcomers, plans to reduce his
European Tour commitments
in an effort to add to his four
major titles.
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Dustin Johnson.................$6
Jon Rahm............................$8
Justin Thomas...................$10
Brooks Koepka....................$12
Bryson DeChambeau...........$13
Rory McIlroy.........................$13
Jason Day.............................$15
Patrick Reed.........................$17
Marc Leishman.....................$21
Odds courtesy TAB
The solution to today’s crossword will appear in The Sunday Telegraph
SPORTSWORD No.575
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9. Baseball’s 2002 World Series winners, …
Angels (7)
10. Rebel NZ rugby team that toured South
Africa in 1986 (9)
12. Greg Ritchie’s comic Indian character,
Mahatma … (4)
13. Ex-Sydney FC and Wanderers keeper, …
Janjetovic (6)
14. Opening shot in tennis (5)
17. West Coast Eagles star banned for a year by
the AFL in 2007 (3,7)
18. Ex-East Germany and Perth Glory coach,
Bernd … (6)
21. Wests Leagues Club suburb (8)
23. 1910-12 Test captain with an Adelaide Oval
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Josep … (6)
26. Ex-Tigers and Titans forward in five Tests
for Australia, Anthony … (10)
29. 2002 Melbourne Cup winner, … Puzzle (5)
31. Larry Ellison’s 2010 America’s Cup winner
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36. Spurs’ 1978-88 Argentinian star, … ‘Ossie’
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4. Manly hooker and 1986 Rothmans
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5. 11-time NBA All-Star, Julius ‘Dr J’ … (6)
6. 2012 Gold Coast Titans player of the year,
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11. Australia’s 1995 US PGA champion (5,9)
15. Maharaja and 1896-1902 England batsman (5)
16. Titans stadium (6)
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Association leader (3,3)
20. Manly five-eighth and 1990 and 1994
Dally M Medallist (5,5)
22. Sheffield-born ex-world featherweight
boxing champion, “Prince” Naseem … (5)
24. 1984 Winter Olympic city (8)
27. 1993 US Masters champion, Fred … (7)
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30. 1978 Melbourne Cup winner, a NSW South
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33. Ex-Federation Cup tennis player for
Australia, … Dominikovic (4)
35. 2010 Commonwealth 200m backstroke
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TIPS: SuPER SELECT 3, Winsome Logan 6, Miky Knox 4,
Mercedes Dior 1.
Thedogs.com.au says: SupeR SeLecT (3) clocked a nippy 22.97
whent runner-up in a PT here last month before placing on debut over
330m. Failed last start but set to improve and rising in trip suits. Can
find the lure and pinch it. WinSome Logan (6) is a massive threat. Has
run faster in his trials around here but has the tricky box to contend
with. miky knox (4) is next.
R5
Sires on ice Stakes
$2310 Grade 5
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 8153
R 3167
R 5436
R 3753
W 8334
R 7755
R 4241
W 4437
R 6788
R 8667
aSTa amaRa
aceS oVeR eighTS
minoRu miSS
Zipping Ruby
nighT coDe
baR king bRo
RockSTaR beLLe
Too eaSy punk
SummeR gun (r)
aDRian’S goLD (r)
31.19
FSH
FSH
31.91
30.95
NBT
NBT
NBT
31.46
30.88
535m 8.38
G Borg
P Chaker
L Whitton
A Bell
T Robinson
J King
C Nutt
J Coyle
G Logue
R Nicolaou
5.00
1 1 .00
34.00
1 1 .00
21.00
34.00
*1.80
4.20
34.00
34.00
TIPS: RoCKSTAR BELLE 7, Too Easy Punk 8, Asta Amara 1,
zipping Ruby 4.
Thedogs.com.au says: RockSTaR beLLe (7) broke her ‘duck’ in fantastic fashion at Dapto last start scooting around in 30.11 and only
needs to reproduce something similar to go back-to-back. Top chance.
Too eaSy punk (8) is speedy and should charge across with her in
the initial stages. Each-way. aSTa amaRa (1) should hold a spot from
the gun draw. Has genuine claims.
R6
Sky Racing Stakes
$2310 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 6535
R 1 1 32
R 1 1 15
R 4753
R 2428
R 5421
R 51 1 1
R 5722
W 8667
R 6788
aLL paWS
STeeLciTy boxing
RockSTaR fLeTch
inDepenDenT RoSe
punk banD
Tomic mae
pRinceSS naLa
RockeT TeaRS
aDRian’S goLD (r)
SummeR gun (r)
NBT
FSH
FSH
31.78
31.17
NBT
30.74
NBT
30.88
31.46
535m 8.57
A Marshall
D Thomas
C Nutt
G Borg
J Coyle
C Arletos
L Aldous
A Bell
R Nicolaou
G Logue
51.00
*2.00
2.50
34.00
1 1 .00
51.00
7.50
1 1 .00
51.00
51.00
TIPS: STEELCITy BoxING 2, Rockstar Fletch 3, Princess Nala 7,
Punk Band 5.
The gaRDenS
GREyHouNDS
1 non graded
400m 4.52
1 762 one foR ToD 22.69 H Hanson $3.8
2 413 bumpo 22.84
W Slade
21
6
3 1 1 3 TunZa ThunDa 23.08 S Smith
4 1 1 4 concho 23.00
H Hanson
9
5 461 kimSSon 22.95
H Hanson 26
6 145 SenoR ZippeR 22.68 N Howard *3.2
7 424 foR no one 22.73
R Jones
17
8 255 ReD coaT 22.91
T Duncan
4
TIPS: SENoR zIPPER 6, one For Tod 1,
Red Coat 8, Concho 4.
2 mixed mdn/grade 5 400m
1 564
2 623
3
1
4 531
5 456
6 517
7 426
8 415
haThaWay NBT
LimebuRneR DaVe 23.29
buDDy cheVy 23.27Q
fuLL baRRa 23.12
auDRey’S maTe 23.00Q
ThunDa Touch 22.91
LiTTLe WiggLeS NBT
kiaRni DiggeR NBT
V1 - TELE03Z01MA
5.16
P Akers
34
W Ison
26
W Wakem 3.6
G Robertson 4.2
H Hanson 21
J Miles
*2.5
S Doherty 9
J Roche
11
1 245
2 834
3 854
4 857
R1
R7
Duke’s Ladbrokes previews 618m
$2765 Non Graded
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 6225
R 2321
W 81 1 1
R 2341
R 1 1 24
R 2566
R 8434
R 8147
W 6534
kanZan
miSS Wing Wong
poco DoRaDo
king panDa
Taken king
iRinka miLo
fanTaSTic ghoST
iRinka Leanne
ViVa La bam (r)
35.31
35.77
35.27
35.41
FSH
35.72
35.92
NBT
NBT
J Smart
M Bell
J Finn
F Hurst
K Weekes
A Bell
L Hannaford
A Bell
P Chaker
9.19
6.00
9.00
*1.30
26.00
1 1 .00
51.00
34.00
51.00
51.00
TIPS: PoCo DoRADo 3, Kanzan 1, Taken King 5, Miss Wing Wong 2.
Thedogs.com.au says: poco DoRaDo (3) is a superstar bitch who
returns home after some brilliant wins at WPK and The Gardens. Fast
beginner with speed/strength. unbeaten in 2 starts this T/D. Should be
winning! kanZan (1) has a big engine and relishes racing here. Should
stalk the speed and keep coming. Taken king (5) is capable type on
an upward trend. Place chance.
R8
kevin Waters Towing
$2460 Mixed 4/5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 2757
W 4465
R 6242
R 2553
R 6856
R 5688
R 1457
R 7321
W 8667
magic buLLeT
Dynamic mae
amy’S WiLL
Dyna Danna
pennybackeR
Sammy aLLen
chaRLm knighT
embye
aDRian’S goLD (r)
31.01
31.00
NBT
NBT
31.01
NBT
30.91
FSH
30.88
535m 9.38
A Pagano
C Arletos
A Marshall
S Rhodes
J Callaughan
S Rhodes
R Muscat
R Matic
R Nicolaou
34.00
6.50
13.00
7.50
15.00
9.00
5.00
*2.00
51.00
TIPS: EMByE 8, Charlm Knight 7, Dynamic Mae 2, Dyna Danna 4.
Thedogs.com.au says: embye (8) is the fastest and best dog in the
race but drawn on the wrong side of the track. Lacks early dash so
will need some luck getting across but he gets over and into the clear
mid-race then the leaders better watch out. Hard to hold out. chaRLm
knighT (7) is risky at the jump but then musters. Winning chance.
Dynamic mae (2) has early speed.
R9
bess electrical Stakes
$1380 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 8412
R 6672
R 1332
R 2676
R 2176
R 8315
R 6235
R 3353
R 1736
R 4775
one impReSSion
boWLS anD hoLeS
iRinka Sneaky
cRuiSy’S angLe
bugaTTi Reign
Dyna nina
She’S SingLe
DanTeLah
gRanD ScoRpion (r)
giVe uS DoubLe (r)
22.90
22.78
NBT
FSH
NBT
FSH
22.89
22.74
FSTD
22.82
400m 9.57
W King
J Porter
A Bell
L Whitton
J Davis
S Rhodes
L Michael
J Comito
F Sanotti
A Bell
3.80
1 1 .00
5.00
21.00
15.00
1 1 .00
6.00
*2.80
34.00
34.00
TIPS: DANTELAH 8, one Impression 1, Irinka Sneaky 3,
Bowls And Holes 2.
Thedogs.com.au says: DanTeLah (8) should find this a fraction
easier than some of her more recent runs. Fast beginner with the
early speed to whoosh around the outer and get the ‘fly’ into the back
straight then pinch it. Top chance. one impReSSion (1) has similar
traits and should be in it for a long long way. Big show. iRinka Sneaky
(3) is a 17-time winner. Each-way.
R10 Ladbrokes multimaker
$1380 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
W 1644
R 6825
R 3125
R 4122
R 2817
R 4328
R 5343
R 7726
R 3354
R 3577
ScaRLeTT ZuLu
nangaR haWke
enjoy The paRTy
bLack DakoTa
iTS a SkinneR
mR. knoxViLLe
hoTpLaTe
WickeD Deano
maRcuS VeLLa (r)
pRojecT mouSe (r)
FSH
NBT
23.06
22.89
23.1 1
23.05Q
22.56
FSTD
FSH
22.95
400m 10.15
W Prestwidge
J Chapman
G Tyrpenou
A Marshall
R Nicolaou
J King
J vanderburg
T vella
L Whitton
A Bell
26.00
4.20
7.50
5.00
41.00
17.00
*2.50
6.00
34.00
34.00
TIPS: HoTPLATE 7, Black Dakota 4, Nangar Hawke 2,
Wicked Deano 8.
Thedogs.com.au says: hoTpLaTe (7) strips fitter for his latest run
back from a short spell. Bit risky at the jump but he gets hiking after
balancing up and just needs some fresh air around the first bend. Fastest dog in the race with a slick 22.56 PB here. one to beat. bLack
DakoTa (4) loves this joint. Fast beginner with good zip. Big show.
nangaR haWke (2) can win.
R11
Wentworthville Leagues club 400m 10.35
$1380 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 1627
R 6235
R 4624
R 2221
R 2131
R 361 1
R 5261
R 4656
R 3145
R 6615
angeL feVeR
pyReneeS bLaZe
nagoa pRinceSS
puSh youR Luck
baiLey’S banjo
ambeRZone
unaVaLabLe
STaTen iSLanD
LighTS ouT Tony (r)
gaRy’S gifT (r)
23.08Q
FSTD
NBT
22.82
FSH
22.79
23.07
23.17
FSH
FSH
T vella
B Deinsen
L Fletcher
G Tyrpenou
P Bailey
T vella
P Roach
F xuereb
F Sanotti
J Chapman
4.20
17.00
34.00
21.00
*2.00
3.80
17.00
21.00
3.80
34.00
TIPS: BAILEy’S BANJo 5, Amberzone 6, Angel Fever 1,
Staten Island 8.
Thedogs.com.au says: baiLey’S banjo (5) is a talented type who
comes here after some impressive performances on the big one-turn
track at Bulli. He’s got the box manners and early burn to offset the
tricky draw. one to beat. ambeRZone (6) is flying and shoots for the
hatrick. Excels this T/D. Big threat. angeL feVeR (1) has the pace to
make use of the inside draw. E/W
400m 5.39
400m 5.54
TigeR fRoST NBT
baRb’S pixie 22.85
fReeWay Reagan 23.08
cheeky SnagRoW 23.10
T Priest 3.8
W Kelly
*3.2
N york
5
E Robertson 17
5 678 pixi LimebuRneR 23.05 W Ison
21
6 276 oVeR WaTch 23.51
D Roach
15
7 665 kiaRni TeRRy 23.28 J Roche
6
8 445 SpaniSh angLe 22.97 R Lee
11
TIPS: BARB’S PIxIE 2, Tiger Frost 1,
Spanish Angle 8, Kiarni Terry 7.
Not an overly strong race with many racing
below their best. Settled on baRb’S pixie (2)
as she’s the likely leader. Been racing in a bit
tougher races in recent times and will appreciate meeting this field. Big show. TigeR fRoST
(1) might hold a spot through the first bend
and will be strong late. E/W. SpaniSh angLe
(8) is well boxed wider-out.
5 grade 5 heat
wentworthpark.com.au
$870 Maiden
Thedogs.com.au says: STeeLciTy boxing (2) resumes from a spell
so presents fresh. Lightly-raced sprinter who showed above-average
ability in previous campaigns. Risky at the jump but has a big motor
once balanced up. Hard to beat. RockSTaR fLeTch (3) is new here
but has won 2 of 3 starts in fast times at Dapto. Big danger. pRinceSS naLa (7) will be strong late. Place.
1 647 She’S LeaVing 23.20 R Jones
26
4
2 724 binTang RaDLeR 22.93 R Green
3 132 SkeTchy impacT 22.87 D Wilson *2.2
4 732 junioR ToT 22.75
T Priest 4.6
5 734 anoTheR kainane 23.21 R Delaney 34
6 437 meLiSSa’S chaRm 22.85 M Shambler 1 1
7 585 miSTy jaya 22.75
G Beard
6
8 146 jeThRoWTuLL 22.94 S Brown
34
TIPS: SKETCHy IMPACT 3, Bintang Radler 2,
Junior Tot 4, Misty Jaya 7.
SkeTchy impacT (3) has been racing in
some really strong races of late and will find
this a fraction easier. Fast beginner with a
great turn of speed so can find the top by the
first bend and put her rivals away. binTang
RaDLeR (2) relishes racing here and should
make full use of the soft draw. Big show. junioR ToT (4) and miSTy jaya (7) are speedy.
4 grade 5
WenTWoRTh
gReyhounDS
BATHURSTpaRk
GREYHOUNDS
TIPS AND QUICKPICKS BY THEDOGS.COM.AU
best bet: Steelcity Boxing (Race 6)
Value bet: Dantelah (Race 9)
9 684 Taken Time (r) NBT
G Robertson 41
10 3 connie’S boy (r) FSH P Honnery 6
TIPS: THuNDA TouCH 6, Buddy Chevy 3,
Full Barra 4, Little Wiggles 7.
3 grade 5
POWERED
ED BY
515m 6.09
1 1 1 1 Looking aboVe 29.60 D Thomas *1.3
2 254 TyLon’S TRee NBT
L Lamb
51
3 222 key niSmo NBT
T Mason
9
4 765 SkeTchy coSmic NBT C Rich
51
5 552 aSTon gingeR 29.95 G Grimwood 1 1
6 532 bob’S chance 29.86 A Pickles 7.5
7 621 beaR’S ocTane NBT T Priest
11
8 582 nick’S neVeR NBT
M Bowe
51
TIPS: LooKING ABovE 1, Key Nismo 3,
Bear’s octane 7, Bob’s Chance 6.
Looking aboVe (1) is a promising pup on an
upward trend. unbeaten in 3 starts this T/D,
clocked a flying 29.60 then 29.72 before winning in a much slower 30.59 last start but the
win was full of merit as overcome difficulties.
Bx
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
P4
R 115
R 7787
R
R 2763
R 1444
R
R 3548
R 6648
Dog
guiTaR man
neaRcTic
VacanT box
WReaTh
beLieVe me
VacanT box
bLue gum miSS
bouLeVaRD
280m 7.25
PB
FSH
FSH
Trainer
B Sloan
P Abdallah
Early Speed
$3.20
33.00
FSH
FSH
R Tyler
R Lambert
*2.50
*2.50
FSH
FSH
A Drapiewski
P Abdallah
8.00
33.00
TIPS: WREATH 4, Believe Me 5, Guitar Man 1, Blue Gum Miss 7.
Thedogs.com.au says: WReaTh (4) is a pacey type who pinged the lids
at Maitland when placed last start after a nippy 5.27 1st section. The
280m suits and could get away with this steady maiden. beLieVe me
(5) is probably the fastest in the race but all her form and trials are
over the 500, main danger. guiTaR man (1) showed pace in his 23.27
trial win at The Gardens.
R2
Ladbrokes odds boost
$970 Grade 5 Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
W 7536
R 6353
R 2615
R 1 1 17
R 6381
R 6566
R 1764
R 3145
R 6687
oRioLe
Deep conVicTion
haLf a cheVy
keTakey
macaDamia RoSe
ineka’S chaRm
can DeLighT
TungSTen Lace
knoW youR enemy (r)
16.51
FSH
NBT
FSH
FSH
FSH
FSH
FSH
FSTD
B
P
D
P
R
S
K
D
T
280m 7.43
Sloan
Abdallah
Wright
Mulrine
Morley
Davidson
ollerton
Campbell
Callen
5.00
33.00
3.50
*2.50
21.00
26.00
6.00
8.00
33.00
TIPS: KETAKEy 4, Half A Chevy 3, oriole 1, Can Delight 7.
Thedogs.com.au says: keTakey (4) Resumes here after winning 2 of
her 1st 3 starts at Nowra including a speedy 20.89 effort. She has the
zip to sprint well fresh over the 280m and will be well fancied to get
the cash. haLf a cheVy (3) has the Wenty experience with a 16.53
placing here and looks the main threat. oRioLe (1) can ping the lids
and give some cheek up front.
R3
Ladbrokes odds boost
$970 Grade 5 Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 21 1 1
R 6246
R 6458
R 1385
R 4386
R 4522
R 5688
R 5576
R 6687
ScoTT pace
gReySynD fRankie
he’S So fancy
Tom The bomb
bLooD bRoTheRS
eikey
miDnighT Sky
RaDee pRince
knoW youR enemy (r)
FSH
FSH
FSTD
NBT
NBT
FSH
FSTD
FSH
FSTD
G
B
M
R
T
A
D
S
T
280m 8.04
Kedwell
yates
Murphy
Sandes
Callen
Mulrine
Thompson
Davidson
Callen
*2.50
6.00
4.00
10.00
33.00
3.50
33.00
33.00
33.00
TIPS: EIKEy 6, Scott Pace 1, Greysynd Frankie 2, He’s So Fancy 3.
Thedogs.com.au says: eikey (6) is a speed dog who is suited over the
280m short course and comes to town with fast credentials at Nowra
and The Gardens. Can fire out and explode to a big win, great value
bet. ScoTT pace (1) is the big danger coming off a hat-trick at The
Gardens. gReySynD fRankie (2) has the pace and the draw to follow
into the minors, must include.
R4
Wp on facebook Stakes
$1150 Non Graded
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 3753
R 8483
R
W 4542
R 2153
R
R 2142
R 4358
cLue maSTeR
RapiD TRigga
VacanT box
TeeVee RoScoe
king in moTion
VacanT box
gooDiSon giRL
miSS fuDD
280m 8.24
FSH D Ferguson
FSTD M Wotton
*2.50
6.00
NBT B Sloan
FSTD R Cleland
6.00
2.70
FSH
NBT
8.00
21.00
D Thompson
B Sloan
TIPS: KING IN MoTIoN 5, Clue Master 1, Rapid Trigga 2,
Teevee Roscoe 4.
Thedogs.com.au says: king in moTion (5) is back to the short course
after a career best 29.84 placing behind a smart pup at Gosford when
he showed a good turn of foot. He can rush up the middle and burn
these off over the 280m. cLue maSTeR (1) has a great record from
the red box and will get a dream run if good enough. RapiD TRigga (2)
and TeeVee RoScoe (4) can place.
R5
Ladbrokes odds boost
$970 Grade 5 Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 7154
R 3427
R 8288
R 1 1 62
R 6223
R 51 1 1
R 7866
R 3888
R 6687
SheeZ ouTa caSh
STeVe’S beLief
ShoWy’S ya DaDDy
bLueSTone pipeR
koba
LaDy cynThia
bLue TeLLyTubby
SupeR beaST
knoW youR enemy (r)
FSTD
FSH
FSH
FSH
FSH
FSH
FSH
FSH
FSTD
280m 8.43
S Davidson
S Ramshaw
G zarounas
A Mathias
D Ferguson
G Lee
J Prindesis
T Callen
T Callen
6.00
12.00
8.00
3.50
6.00
*2.50
33.00
33.00
33.00
TIPS: LADy CyNTHIA 6, Bluestone Piper 4, Koba 5,
Sheez outa Cash 1.
Thedogs.com.au says: LaDy cynThia (6) comes to Wenty with flying
form at The Gardens including 4 wins from her past 5 starts. She has
a speedy 22.69 win from a wide draw and will run the hands off the
clock here over the 280m dash. bLueSTone pipeR (4) can fill the
quinella spot off her speedy short course form. koba (5) and SheeZ
ouTa caSh (1) can fill the minors.
DISCLAIMER The Daily Telegraph takes all care in compiling details
but cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Readers are urged to
check information with official lists before placing their bets.
key niSmo (3) is racing competitively and
loves running a hole. Good quinella chance.
beaR’S ocTane (7) is speedy. Exotics.
6 grade 5 heat
515m 6.27
1 557 Rippa RegiS 30.08
R Jones
11
2 261 mum’S Son 29.71
S Davies *2.5
3 674 miLLaRRo FSTD
P Boyd
21
4 222 fabRegaS STaR FSH P Johnston 6
5 126 my haLo 29.83
D Thomas 3.8
6 613 LanZoni 30.05
D Meiers
15
7 842 Tap ouT aVa NBT
S Burgis 7.5
8 827 hey Duggee 30.34
M Beagan 13
TIPS: MuM’S SoN 2, My Halo 5,
Fabregas Star 4, Hey Duggee 8.
mum’S Son (2) was great returning to the winner’s list here last start in a fast 29.71 and set
to win again. Ideally drawn to stalk the pacey
leaders and will be super strong at the end.
Hard to hold out. my haLo (5) is risky at box
rise but has a turn of speed after balancing
up. Fast 29.83 PB here. Big show. fabRegaS
STaR (4) should push forward.
7 mixed 4/5
1 837
2 378
3 886
4 164
5 176
6 371
ReD Sox eThicS FSH
opuLence 29.50
aLLonSy gRace 29.64
fab muLWee 30.28
auSSie aS NBT
TySon Tanga 29.60
515m 6.42
D Smith
4
S Grey
6
J James 34
P Johnston 15
S Grey
51
M Sharman*3.6
best bet: our Interest (Race 9)
Value bet: Eikey (Race 3)
R6
Ted’s Lounge at Wp
$1230 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 7667
R 4686
R 8888
R 6553
R
R 8241
R 7845
R 2321
cuLLquin jamie
gRanD hiTman
cuLLquin TyRion
fLaSh hoRneT
VacanT box
fuRiouS noT faST
iggy jakiT
i’m baLLoWS
520m 9.05
FSH
FSH
FSH
FSH
J Sparks
R Sandes
E Sparks
R Morley
10.00
15.00
51.00
10.00
NBT
FSH
FSH
M Ballantine
M Carroll
M Ballantine
6.00
33.00
*1.30
TIPS: I’M BALLoWS 8, Furious Not Fast 6, Flash Hornet 4,
Cullquin Jamie 1.
Thedogs.com.au says: i’m baLLoWS (8) will be the hottest favourite of
the night after his 22.68 debut win at Richmond and comes to Wenty
after a fast 29.92 win at Bathurst. Drawn to charge down the outside
early and will keep the quaddie rolling. fuRiouS noT faST (6) is the
only possible threat off her 22.69 placing at Richmond behind the
smart North, clear exacta.
R7
Ladbrokes odds boost
$970 Grade 5 Heat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 3667
R 7883
R 5438
R 2F71
R 1563
R 5277
R 1416
R 6468
R 6687
ThunDeR ice
ReD SpRing STaR
DeVouR
knock abouT
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B Shoobert
B Sloan
A Williams
B yates
S Francis
J Stubbs
S Davidson
T Callen
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21.00
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21.00
33.00
TIPS: KNoCK ABouT 4, My Mate Bunji 7, Devour 3, Greysynd Sofi 5.
Thedogs.com.au says: knock abouT (4) bounced back to winning
form at Richmond last start in 23.21 and gets the nod here off her fast
short course form earlier in her career including a 17.68 win at Canberra
which will take care of these. my maTe bunji (7) is in career best
form winning 4 of his past 6 runs, chance. DeVouR (3) has the pace
to figure in a top 3 finish.
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TIPS: QuE FEvER 2, oscar Winner 4, Millionaire Max 3, Ariek Rebel 6.
Thedogs.com.au says: Looks a 3 dog race with the Buttsworth trio.
que feVeR (2) gets the nod with her early pace to lead from her
inside draw and has the Wenty experience after leading up here in a
much tougher race. oScaR WinneR (4) and miLLionaiRe max (3)
are brothers with amazing winning strike rates on the Country and
Provincial circuit with the talent to win here.
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TIPS: ouR INTEREST 7, Demelza 8, Cannonball 2, Little Nagger 1.
Thedogs.com.au says: ouR inTeReST (7) is the best bet of the night
off her speedy form card at The Gardens. She looks perfectly suited
over the 280m from a wide box to rush down the outside and fly to the
front. DemeLZa (8) looks the quinella pick to follow the fave across
with a nice cart. cannonbaLL (2) has the pace and the draw to drive
up into a forward position.
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Smith
Morley
Ballantine
Lovelee
Sloan
Mathias
Callen
5.00
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15.00
10.00
21.00
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TIPS: oN THE AvENuE 2, Tombstone Boy 8, Twice The Ando 1,
Love Me Hearts 6.
Thedogs.com.au says: on The aVenue (2) has returned in rocket
form in 2 flying wins at Gosford since a spell. She is showing more dash
than ever and will have the clock running here over the 280m to send
favourite punters home a winner. TombSTone boy (8) Solid recent
wins at Lithgow from wide boxes. TWice The anDo (1) Drawn to follow
the fave and sprint well fresh.
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TIPS: oPuLENCE 2, Tyson Tanga 6,
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Competitive race. Settled on opuLence (2)
at some value, she’s very hit and miss at box
rise but has a mix of speed and strength once
she balances up. Failed in her past 2 starts
but capable of much better. TySon Tanga
(6) is risky at the jump as well then goes very
fast. Big show. Lojay naiTanui (8) resumes
so fresh. Was flying prior to spelling.
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White Sox Ethics 5, Double Mack 7.
ThaT’S LiL Vicki (4) is a talented bitch in
astute hands. Debuting this trip but confident
she can find the lure and run it out around
here. Been racing in some strong races in recent times. one to beat. SuDoku DaiSy (3)
is flying and shoots for the hatrick. Runner-up
only start this T/D. Big show. WhiTe Sox eThicS (5) has a touch of class. E/W.
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We must
seize the
day and
deliver
Jarrod Croker of the
Canberra Raiders.
Picture: Getty Images
CROKER’S ONE OF A SELECT
BAND OF NRL LEADING MEN
Player
Cameron Smith
Paul Gallen
Matthew Scott
Robbie Farah
Tim Mannah
Jake Friend
Jarrod Croker
Gareth Widdop
Greg Inglis
James Graham
John Sutton
Ryan James
Wade Graham
Total games
384
326
251
282
223
238
230
185
261
161
309
138
219
Captain
281
182
151
147
107
96
93
67
65
64
58
55
54
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Raiders captain Croker warns of approaching ‘make or break’ time
MICHAEL CARAYANNIS
JARROD
Croker
insists
“something has got to give” as
the Canberra Raiders approach a make or break season.
For so long the Raiders
have dined out on being a
potential finals team.
But having featured in the
finals just once in the past six
years, Croker said it was time
to stop talking about how good
his side could be and actually
deliver on their potential.
“It’s nearly make or break,”
Croker said.
“I’ve been asked it a little
bit. I don’t feel it but I feel
something has got to give.
We’ve said for a while now we
have a squad that can play
semi-finals football but until
we start producing we can’t
really say that.
“It’s a big off-season.
“We have to come out all
guns blazing (to start the
year). We can’t be chasing
our tails again like the last
two years.
“We have to start well.
That’s the first thing on the
agenda. We are a confidence
side. If we start well that will
flow into the rest of the season and who knows where we
can go. That’s the main plan
at the moment.”
The Raiders have stripped
everything back this pre-season according to Croker.
New assistant coaches
Andrew McFadden and
Brett White have added a
new dimension while the
club has revamped its testing
procedures.
“There is no formula with
how we change,” Croker said.
“We’ve lost a few players
that have been at the club for
a couple of years.
“That’s a change in itself.
New trainers, new drills, new
assistant coaches. It feels like
a fresh vibe around training. It
feels like a fresh start for
everyone. That’s the way I’m
looking at it.
“We’ve done everything
differently. We’ve done different testing. Everything is back
to square one. That’s the best
way we can look at it.”
The revamp has not been
restricted to just on the field
for the Raiders with Croker
looking at different ways to
improve his leadership.
The 27-year-old is just seven
games shy of skippering the
Raiders on 100 occasions with
his leadership tested in recent
seasons as Canberra struggled.
“We’re doing some stuff
leadership-wise,” Croker said.
“I’m looking to getting
more feedback from others.
I’d like to know what people
whose opinion I respect think
what I’m like as a leader and
get their opinion on what I
can do better.
“We always have our leadership groups but we’ve
stripped everything back and
are starting afresh.
“You don’t start pointing
fingers. We always speak
about circling the wagons and
hanging together.
“I feel like if we turned on
each other or lost confidence
we would’ve finished a lot
lower. In the last few years although we haven’t made the
finals we had every right to
drop off but we’ve gone out
and finished the season well.
“I’d never use the word
burden (to describe captaincy). There is a lot of
weight. First things first. I
want to play good footy as a
leader and captain. If I’m
doing that I can be more of a
help. That’s my main goal.
“Hopefully I’ve been doing
it the past couple of years. I
never feel any extra pressure.
If you can’t handle that you
shouldn’t be there.
“There are always tough
times and tough losses.”
Croker was restricted to
just 17 games during the 2018
campaign – the only time he
has played less than 20 games
in a season since making his
debut in 2009.
He insists he is recovering
well from his knee injury and
is a certain starter for round
one — despite missing the last
two months of this year.
Morris the ‘boss’ after beating Dymock to Sharks coaching job
MATT ENCARNACION
CRONULLA have begun to look at life
without Shane Flanagan after installing
John Morris as the lone interim coach
of the side.
Morris and fellow assistant Jim
Dymock were appointed caretakers
when Flanagan was sensationally
deregistered by the NRL for dealing
with the club while suspended in 2014.
It remains unclear whether Flanagan will appeal against the ban.
However, the Sharks have opted to
give Morris the nod before the preseason recommences on Monday.
Sharks chief executive Barry Russell
and the club board began discussions
on handing the reins to Morris before
Christmas, and informed the senior
players yesterday.
“Ultimately, you need to have one
voice and one person in charge as a
head coach,” Russell said.
“I rang all those guys yesterday to let
them know. I think everyone was in
agreeance, we needed one boss.”
Late last month, Dymock hit out at
suggestions he was satisfied at being a
career assistant and openly declared his
ambition to become a head coach.
The Sharks instead went with
Morris, who has been a part of the
club’s set-up since playing the final five
years of his career in the Shire. Dymock
will remain as an assistant.
After completing his coaching education, Morris became the club’s elite
development coach in 2015 and was
fast-tracked into their under-20s mentor role the following season.
It was there when, armed with
promising talents Sione Katoa, Jesse
Ramien and Kyle Flanagan, that Morris claimed coach-of-the-year honours
along with the minor premiership.
Morris became Flanagan’s assistant
last year.
“The club is delighted to be able to
give John the opportunity to step up
into the interim head coach role and
has full confidence in his ability to lead
our football program into the 2019 season,” Russell said.
Flanagan has until the end of January to appeal against his ban.
Sharks coach John Morris.
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RIDING
A WAVE
OF GLORY
FIONA BOLLEN & AMANDA LULHAM
YOU know it’s a special year when
Ellyse Perry can’t crack our list of
the top 10 female athletes of 2018.
Perry’s having a golden run in
the WBBL, whacking 100s at will,
guiding her side to victory, and
showing why she’s one of the
world’s great athletes.
It was a massive year in which
world titles were won, records
were broken and barriers were
smashed.
The acknowledgments for their
achievements are starting to follow,
too, whether that’s with equal pay
and prizemoney or taking out top
awards.
Here’s the 2018 top 10 and they
are sure to deliver even more this
year.
10
STEPHANIE MORTON
— TRACK CYCLING
She’s tipped to finish her career as
decorated as Anna Meares and
2018 was a booster towards that.
She took silver in the sprint at the
world championships in March.
Her performance at the
Commonwealth Games really
stood out, though. She collected
three gold medals from the Gold
Coast; in the team and individual
sprints, as well as keirin. She’s
proving to be more than just the
next Meares and has Tokyo gold in
her sights.
9
TIA TOOMEY — CROSSFIT/
WEIGHTLIFTING
Fittest woman on
earth. Twice. Tia
Toomey is a machine
who kept running at
full speed in 2018. She
took out the CrossFit
Games title in 2017,
then backed it up in 2018
with a dominant performance
in the five-day event. She
finished with two wins from 14
events and
in the top 10 13 times. She also
posted faster times than the
men in the 500m swim, 1000m
paddle and 2000m run. On top
of all that, she won the
Commonwealth Games gold medal
in the 58kg weightlifting early in
the year, which she did just a week
after her cousin died in a car
accident. What a star.
8
MINJEE LEE — GOLF
The first female to win the
Greg Norman Medal for bestperforming golfer in Australia.
The award has been given since
2015 and Jason Day and Marc
Leishman are previous winners.
Lee beat both men for the award
this year. It came after she took
her world ranking from 19th to
sixth during 2018, helped by 13
top-10 finishes.
7
ISABELLE KELLY —
RUGBY LEAGUE
It was an incredible year for
Isabelle Kelly. Club, state and
international football fields were
her playground. A player-of-thematch performance in the
inaugural women’s State of Origin
was backed up by her consistently
being one of the Sydney Roosters’
best. She then sealed a last-gasp
win for the Jillaroos in the end-ofseason Test against the Kiwis and
was the first female Golden Boot
winner. It was a well-deserved
award.
6
SAM KERR — FOOTBALL
She may not have
taken out a gong
from the many she
was nominated for
but Sam Kerr
continued her
stunning form in
2018 at all levels
of football. That’s
why FFA was swift in
stumping up the cash to
keep her in Australia this
W-League when it heard
she was on the verge of
signing with a European
club. She became the first
BURNLEY OUT OF DROP ZONE
BURNLEY climbed out of the
Premier League’s relegation
zone by coming from behind
to beat last-placed
Huddersfield 2-1 yesterday.
Ashley Barnes scored the
74th-minute winner after
Chris Wood had cancelled out
Steve Mounie’s first-half
opener for Huddersfield.
The hosts slumped to a
club-record eighth consecutive
loss, leaving them four points
adrift at the bottom.
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Steph Gilmore has her
eye on an eighth world
title and the Olympics.
They never recovered
from having centre-back
Christopher Schindler sent off
for two yellow cards soon after
Wood’s 40th-minute goal.
Burnley also ended the
match with 10 men after
substitute Robbie Brady’s
straight red card for a cynical
challenge on Isaac Mbenza in
the closing stages.
Burnley’s first league win
on the road since the end of
September lifted them to 16th.
marquee female player in the
Australian league, putting her
alongside the likes of Alessandro
del Piero, Harry Kewell and Tim
Cahill. Kerr’s efforts on and off the
field have her now sitting as one
of Australia’s greatest athletes
going around.
5
CATE CAMPBELL —
SWIMMING
An incredible comeback from an
Olympic campaign in 2016 that
depleted Campbell emotionally.
Displaying a strength most don’t go
close to possessing, Campbell
worked through anxieties and
doubt to return to the pool and
win three gold medals at the
Commonwealth Games. Five at
the Pan Pacs showed she was well
into preparations for the Tokyo
Olympics.
4
WENDY TUCK — SAILING
The first woman to win a
round-the-world race. She
grew up in Sydney’s west, miles
from the ocean, and only took
up the sport in her 20s. She
won the Clipper round-theworld race on Sanya Serenity
Coast in her second attempt.
She was also the first woman to
achieve the feat in the 40,000
nautical mile race and lead
home a female one-two
in the nine-month
race around the
world, which included the last
Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
3
STEPHANIE GILMORE —
SURFING
Stephanie Gilmore matched the
legendary Layne Beachley’s record
of seven world titles at the Maui
Pro to become the only surfer on
the world tour with the realistic
ability to challenge Kelly Slater’s
record of 11. But it was a long time
between drinks for Gilmore, who
had won her sixth world title in
2014. Gilmore credited a close
second to fellow Australian
Tyler Wright as providing the
motivation for her crown. Her new
goals are to win an eighth world
title next year and qualify for
surfing’s debut at the Tokyo
Olympics.
2
part of Australia’s overall victory.
1
JESSICA FOX — PADDLING
A two-time Olympian and
daughter of two former champions,
Fox was unstoppable in 2018 —
and in one extraordinary 24-hour
period, in particular. At the world
championships in Rio, she broke
British-born father Richard’s
record as the most successful
individual paddler of all time with a
world title in the K1. A day later
with a matching world title in the
C1, she overtook French mother
and coach Myriam to become the
most successful female paddler in
history. She now has an
extraordinary eight individual titles
and one team title.
ALYSSA HEALY —
CRICKET
She was unstoppable at
the Women’s World
T20 in the West Indies
in November. The
Australia opener took
out three player-of-thematch awards as well as
player of the tournament
as she consistently put
on runs. Scoring three
half-centuries and a
48, plus a handy
20 in the final,
Healy was a crucial
PULISIC TO CHELSEA
PALACE STRIKE AT THE DEATH
CHELSEA have confirmed the signing of
US international winger Christian Pulisic
from Borussia Dortmund, making the 20year-old the most expensive American
football player in history.
Chelsea did not provide financial details
but Dortmund said the London side had
paid $104 million for the versatile attacker,
who British media reported was also sought
by Premier League leaders Liverpool.
“It’s a privilege to have signed for such a
legendary club and I look forward to working
hard towards being a contributor to their
team of world-class players,” Pulisic said.
Christian Pulisic.
JORDAN Ayew and Luka
Milivojevic scored late to give
Crystal Palace a 2-0 win at
Wolverhampton Wanderers
yesterday in the EPL.
Palace had failed to score in
two consecutive games since
stunning Manchester City 3-2
last month, but Ayew finally
ended the drought in the 83rd
minute after Patrick Van
Aanholt’s mis-hit shot fell to
him in the box.
Ruben Neves nearly
equalised for Wolves in injury
time but goalkeeper Vicente
Guaita palmed his deflected
drive wide and Milivojevic
then made sure of the win
from the penalty spot after
Ryan Bennett fouled Wilfried
Zaha.
It was another frustrating
night for Zaha, whose own
goal drought extended to 14
games, while Wolves looked
tired after their 3-1 win over
Tottenham on Saturday.
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Le Fondre shows
true Aussie graft
THIS WEEKEND
A-LEAGUE ROUND 11
TONIGHT
Sydney FC v
Central Coast
Jubilee Stadium, 7.50pm
TOMORROW
Adelaide v
Wellington
Coopers Stadium, 5.35pm
Western Sydney v
Melb Victory
ANZ Stadium, 7.50pm
SUNDAY
Brosque praises Sky
Blues sharpshooter
Adam
dam Le Fondre after
scoring
g ag
against
gainst the
Roar and (below) in
action against the
Jets. Pictures: Getty
Melb City v
Newcastle
AAMI Park, 5pm
Brisbane
v Perth
Suncorp Stadium, 7pm
THE TIPS
TARA RUSHTON
ON
Sydney FC
Draw
Victory
Melb City
Perth
25
STEPH BRANTZ
NTZ
Sydney FC
Wellington
Draw
Draw
Perth
24
SIMON HILL
Sydney FC
Adelaide
Victory
Newcastle
Perth
24
ROBBIE SLATER
R
Sydney FC
Adelaide
Victory
Melb City
Perth
23
JON RITSON
ADAM Le Fondre’s goal returns for Sydney FC guarantee his status as a star import,
but it is his embrace of the
Aussie work ethic that has
impressed his Sky Blues
teammates.
The experienced forward’s
brace against Brisbane Roar
took his A-League tally for the
season to nine, and he leads
the race for the Golden Boot.
The much-travelled 32year-old has swapped Championship football with Bolton
Wanderers for a fresh start in
sunny Sydney and his Sky
Blues teammates are delighted that he is thriving
Down Under.
Club skipper Alex Brosque
has nothing but praise for Le
Fondre ahead of tonight’s
clash against the struggling
Central Coast Mariners.
“The goals are the easy
thing to point out but for me
it’s the all-round energy and
work-rate,” Brosque said.
“For the young kids, especially, they can learn so
much off him.
“He’s a natural goalscorer.
He’ll poach a goal but he also
understands that in Australia
there’s not that much difference between the teams.
“We’re a country that likes
to work hard. All 11 players
work hard for each other and
he’s someone who has adopted that very quickly and easily here because it comes
naturally to him.
“That’s something I noticed about ‘Alfie’ straight
away and I hoped that would
also translate into goals for
him. I am glad he’s getting
that recognition.”
Brosque is not alone in
hailing Le Fondre’s willingness to graft.
Go back a decade and
the altogether less glamorous surroundings of
Rochdale in England’s
north and the assessment is the same.
Le Fondre began
his career at Stockport County, coming
through the club’s youth
system and eventually
making a scoring senior
debut for the side in a
2004 win over Bury.
After 63 appearances and 18 goals for
the club, he made the
switch in 2007 to Rochdale,
initially on loan, and impressed sufficiently to secure
a permanent move.
Former Bolton Wanderers
defender Charlie Comyn-Platt
joined Rochdale in a loan
move from then third-tier
club Swindon Town
at the same time
as Le Fondre.
He remembers
not one but two forwards who would
impress at Rochdale
before going on to
bigger and better
things.
“He and Glenn Murray, now in the Premier
League with Brighton,
were both playing up front
for Rochdale in League
Two,” Comyn-Platt said.
Sydney FC widen net in hunt for striker
MATT ENCARNACION
SYDNEY FC have broadened
their hunt for a speedy striker in
the transfer window.
Coach Steve Corica wants to replace the pace of injured attacker
Trent Buhagiar, who looked set for
a breakout campaign before tearing his ACL in October.
“I said if we can find the right
player with speed, yes,” Corica
said ahead of tonight’s clash
against Central Coast.
“Or there’s players that we’re
looking at — different kinds of
strikers as well, a little bit taller
strikers that are good in the air.
Maybe a target man.”
The Sky Blues kicked off their
transfer window spree on Wednesday by signing former Melbourne City midfielder Anthony
Caceres.
Corica also has the option of
unleashing little-used Danny de
Silva, further opening room for
marquee Siem De Jong to be used
up front alongside Adam Le Fondre and skipper Alex Brosque.
Corica is looking to ease the
workload on 35-year-old Brosque.
“He can’t play six games this
month so we need to rest him at
certain periods during this month.
Siem can play further upfield.”
Corica is also looking at bringing in another overseas striker in
time for the Asian Champions
League in March. “There’s oneto-two Asian players we’re looking at. We’ll have to wait and see.”
“They both had a good work
ethic.”
Comyn-Platt, who had
spells Down Under with West
Australian side ECU Joonadalup (2009-10 and 2012), follows Le Fondre’s fortunes
from afar because he is good
friends with Sydney FC’s
Brandon O’Neill.
“I know him and his family
well from my time at ECU,”
said Comyn-Platt, who returned to the UK to work for
Liverpool’s
International
Academy and also League
Two club Oldham Athletic.
Le Fondre and his teammates now turn their attention to the visit of the
Mariners, with the A-League
cellar dwellers still smarting
from a New Year’s Eve 4-1
thrashing by Perth Glory.
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Lederer rallies angry
TOM SMITHIES
Wanderers coach
Markus Babbel.
WANDERERS chairman Paul
Lederer has called on players
and fans “to regroup and to
fight” to make this season a
success, admitting that for the
past two years “every loss,
every misstep (has been) like a
stab to the heart”.
In an extraordinary letter to
the club’s members, Lederer
launched a passionate defence
of head coach Markus Babbel,
and underlined the “$30m
investment” he and the club’s
other owners have made in a
new headquarters and training
complex.
Less than 48 hours after the
club’s active fans group, the
Red and Black Bloc, walked
out during Tuesday’s defeat to
Melbourne City, Lederer
insisted that “we have not
taken our eye off the prize” and
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The Mariners’ Tommy Oar.
Tell ’em
they’re
dreamin’
Oar back
to assist
post haste
JON RITSON
TOMMY Oar will strive to
make the net bulge against
Sydney FC at Jubilee Stadium
tonight but without an embarrassing collapse to follow.
Central Coast Mariners’
loss to Perth Glory on New
Year’s Eve was blighted by a
40-minute delay over a broken
set of goalposts.
The bizarre scene added to
what has been a miserable
campaign for the winless Gosford outfit but Oar, back in the
side after injury, won’t allow
doom and gloom to set in.
“You can’t really prepare for
those type of situations —
broken goalposts — it’s a freak
event,” Oar said.
“But we can’t dwell on it.
“From a personal point of
view, I think I’ve missed seven
games and I was itching to get
back out there.
“I’m confident I can get my
(match) fitness back and help
the team turn things around.
“We’re looking to be a tighter unit and not leak goals so
easily but we also need to be
more dangerous and clinical at
the other end.
“For sure that’s something I
think I can help the team with,
creating goals and scoring a
few as well.
“All the older players in the
team, we have a big responsibility to keep the team positive
and keep everyone training
hard. If you drop your head and
stop working hard, then things
won’t turn around.
“But everyone has been
training hard and the attitude is
spot on.”
Sydney FC will provide another stiff test but at least leftsided Oar won’t have the
challenge of trying to skip past
Rhyan Grant. The Sky Blues
right-back is away on Asian
Cup duty with the Socceroos.
“Sydney have class players
but last time we played them
we caused them problems and
we know we have the firepower to hurt them,” Oar said.
“But like I said, we’re not
really too focused on who will
or won’t be playing for them.”
Mariners owner
knocks back
lucrative offer
Mariners owner Mike Charlesworth. Picture: Mark Scott
NOT even being booed by fans will,
it seems, prompt Mariners owner
Mike Charlesworth to sell the club.
Confidential can reveal that an
offer in writing of $8.5 million from
an overseas-backed consortium was
rejected by Charlesworth this week.
The deal was brokered by Tony
Rallis, the intermediary who
brought Usain Bolt to the club on
trial, but was rejected out of hand by
Charlesworth, who has told his staff
he wants to attract investment
rather than sell outright.
Mariners CEO Shaun Mielekamp confirmed an offer had been
made and rejected, but declined to
comment further. However, Confidential understands that other
suitors might be circling.
The structure of any sale could be
complicated because Charlesworth
owns the football club and the complex at Tuggerah which houses the
club’s centre of excellence, its HQ,
an office block hosting other businesses, an aquatic centre and
multiple five-a-side courts.
Charlesworth insists he has no
problems with dissent among supporters, including a “Charlesworth
Out” banner, even though his children heard some of the chanting in
the New Year’s Eve loss to Perth.
The businessman has had to fly
back to the UK briefly but texted
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the fans “have every right to protest
as they see fit. A lot is being done to
dig ourselves out of this hole.”
•••
SOCCEROOS boss Graham Arnold took his wife for dinner on
Christmas Eve on his last night in
Australia before heading off to the
Asian Cup.
They had just sat down in the romantic surrounds of the Harbord
Diggers Club when two Scottish
blokes gave Arnold grief about preventing Tom Rogic from playing for
Celtic in the derby against Rangers
on December 29.
A few minutes later, another Scottish bloke headed to
Arnold’s table and gave
him a beer ... a thank you
as a Rangers fan for stopping Rogic etc, etc.
•••
ROSS McCormack’s time
in the A-League is over.
We hear the Mariners
don’t expect the on-loan
striker to return from Aston
Villa, having travelled to the UK to
seek advice on a knee injury.
The money saved on his salary
will still be spent on a replacement.
The club is fishing for a new forward
in the transfer window.
•••
THERE was an elephant in the room
on New Year’s Eve at an Abu Dhabi
restaurant where among a group of
friends enjoying dinner was former
Socceroos coach Pim Verbeek and
the defender he never selected.
Sasa Ognenovski was overlooked for Australia throughout
Verbeek’s tenure and was unimpressed, even declaring his allegiance to Macedonia before being
called up by Holger Osieck.
A decade later the pair enjoyed
each other’s company, and one attendee even cracked a joke
that broke the ice and had
everyone laughing.
Intriguingly, Confidential understands
Verbeek left a voicemail for Ognenovski
in 2009 but never
received a call back.
•••
SYDNEY FC striker
Adam Le Fondre’s
face broke into a smile
when he opened the
first half of his Secret
Santa present from teammates to
reveal a pair of sausage rolls.
The smile vanished when the ardent Manchester United fan opened
the second part — Liverpool shorts.
•••
FOR all the talk of tension between
Arnold and Brendan Rodgers over
Rogic-gate, the Socceroos boss and
his Celtic counterpart get on fine.
We hear Rodgers is heading to
the UAE for part of the Asian Cup
and Arnold will be securing him
tickets to Australia’s opening group
game against Jordan. The duo also
plan to catch up during the visit.
•••
THERE was a distinctly different
flavour to a Socceroos video analysis
sessions in camp this week.
Staff prepped a video of Rhyan
Grant’s foul throw during the Oman
friendly and Arnold delivered a lesson entitled: “How not to get the ball
caught in one’s mullet.”
•••
JUST as injured Socceroo Martin
Boyle has been sent back to Hibernian, his team is about to head the
other way for a week-long training
camp in Dubai this weekend.
Given Boyle only left the city for
Scotland on Wednesday, it seems
highly unlikely the club would put
him through another flight while he
is carrying a knee injury.
Wanderers fans with promise of better times & teams to come
could “see light at the end of
the tunnel”.
With his side third from
bottom after winning just two
of the first 10 games, Lederer’s letter was a riposte to
growing dissent on social
media, with fans accusing the
team of having lost its identity
and direction.
Lederer insisted that Babbel
was the man to take the club
forward, despite the German
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having been openly critical of
his squad’s mentality during
his seven months in charge.
“At the start of this season
we met with over 14 potential
international coaches across
Europe,” Lederer wrote.
“We met these men face-toface and from these meetings
Markus Babbel, a world-renowned player and coach,
shone out as the man to lead
this club forward.
“Aided by an excellent
backroom staff including JeanPaul de Marigny and an impressive
strength
and
conditioning coach, Marcelo
Martins
(former
Bayern
Munich and USA national
team), we have a coaching
group that is more than capable and will take our team
forward this year.”
Lederer called on fans to
“recreate our fortress” when
the club returns to the newly
built Parramatta Stadium next
season, and admitted that the
three years of displacement
had caused serious harm.
“Being Wanderers, for the
past three seasons in the truest
sense, has created some hardship for our club – the members and fans that are so
integral to the club have had to
endure this most noticeably,”
he wrote.
“Many changes have had to
be managed and borne by all
involved, but the payoff will be
immense. A new world-class
stadium in the heart of Parramatta is an incredible prize to
secure and this has been done
through sacrifice and resolve.
“As a passionate football fan
for over 70 years I have witnessed difficult moments time
and time again. Seasons of apprehension, seasons of adjust-
ment and seasons of complete
euphoria. This is the curse of
the football fan and one I am
happy to bear as the rewards
always
overshadow
the
difficulties along the way.”
With his team facing Melbourne Victory on Saturday
night, Lederer insisted he had
taken the fans’ anger on board.
“I understand and acknowledge the difficulties we have
had along the way,” he wrote.
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Years of experience, including 12 with Man United, make Meulensteen …
A foundation
under Arnold
EMMA KEMP
AL AIN
IT’S little surprise Rene Meulensteen’s main source of professional
comparison
is
Manchester United.
Six trophy-laden years serving under Alex Ferguson and
coaching superstars like Cristiano Ronaldo will do that to you.
When Meulensteen talks of
Old Trafford, he waxes lyrical
about the ideal balance between a relaxed team culture
and professionalism.
And that rare mix of adaptability and stability, of moving
with the times but also valuing
longevity, free from the “emotional knee-jerk reactions”
often accompanying the cutthroat European football scene.
It’s an all-conquering combination the Dutchman hasn’t
observed much in his shortlived jobs following 12 years in
various roles at United.
But the familiar feeling has
returned in the months since
joining the Socceroos as Graham Arnold’s assistant.
“To be fairly honest, I see a
lot of similarities, and I said
that to Arnie after the first
camp,” Meulensteen told The
Daily Telegraph. “This environment he’s created around
the national team reminds me
very much of the environment
we had with Man United.
“A lot of credit to him because he assembled the staff
and they’re highly professional. And I know from my
time, one of the biggest things
for a manager to be able to do
is delegate, to trust. Arnie was
very hands-on in his last jobs.
“He is obviously still very
hands-on, but he’s also now
stepping back and trusting the
staff and just letting it run its
course, because he’s got really
good people around him.”
Arnold and Meulensteen
got to know each other more
than a decade ago when the
former visited Old Trafford as
part of his Pro Licence. The
pair clicked, and kept in touch.
Now, the head coach-assist-
ant coach relationship runs on
a mix of “mutual high respect”.
“I’m not one for ego, I know
my position as an assistant,”
Meulensteen said. “I’ve been an
assistant manager to Sir Alex
Ferguson and I’ve been a head
coach and manager myself.
“In many ways it is actually
a big plus that I’ve been in
those positions because I know
what Arnie goes through at
times, and can help him make
certain decisions. Most importantly, I can be myself in and
around Arnie and the other
staff. It shows in the relaxed
(nature) around the place and
players respond to that.”
On the training pitch in preAsian Cup training camp in
Dubai, Meulensteen is wellutilised by Arnold. The 54year-old is always talking,
directing and running fastpaced training drills peppered
with orders to “be active, not
static” and encouragement of
“yes, I like it”.
Ferguson, of course, was the
master of deploying trusted
long-term backroom staff, including Meulensteen, assistant
manager Mike Phelan and
goalkeeping coach Eric Steele.
He also developed innate
man-management skills, sensing the right moments to dish
out his infamous “hairdryer
treatment” and when to take
a softer approach.
“The one thing I’ve always realised from
my time
at Manchester
United was that Sir
Alex Ferguson was always
very big on creating this
happy
environment,”
Meulensteen said.
“What we all know —
and this is something he did
really, really well — is if
players are happy, if they are
content, they are far better
equipped to perform to their
best. There’s no fear for those
players. We expect to win
every game — Arnie couldn’t
pick any better line than that.
“When you win games that
breeds confidence, and confidence breeds a certain identity
about the team. It will not be a
straight line all the way up to
the final and the trophy. There
will be some hurdles to overcome.”
Of course, a national team
set-up is vastly different
from Premier League clubland and the Socceroos
have had little time to refine Arnold’s style, one
built on a collective high
press, plenty of rotations and
front-third flexibility.
For Meulensteen it simply
means extra intensity when
they’re together and the Coerver method exponent, who
perfected Ronaldo’s finishing
and helped develop Marcus
Rashford and Jesse Lingard,
wants to take these relatively
young cohorts “to a level
where they never expected
to get”.
“I could have
stayed in clubland
and tried at another club and
another club,
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me,” he said.
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Ryan revels in increased competition for his spot
EMMA KEMP
IN career-best form and taking the
Premier League by storm, Mat Ryan is
not a man in need of additional
motivation.
He’s getting it anyway, in the form of
back-up Socceroos goalkeepers Danny
Vukovic and Mitch Langerak. And it’s
more than welcome a few days out
from an Asian Cup where competition
for spots will lift the overall bar of Australia’s last line of defence.
Ryan is enjoying a superb run with
Brighton and Hove Albion. He was
named October’s PFA Fans’ Player of
the Month and also linked with
Manchester United.
By his own account, he’s feeling
more at home with the demands and
pressures of England’s top flight.
It’s form he will take into Asia’s flagship international tournament, but that
doesn’t mean he’s getting comfortable
in Socceroos camp.
While Ryan is without doubt the
first choice between the posts, the presence of reigning Genk player of the
season Vukovic and regular Nagoya
Grampus starter Langerak is keeping
him on his toes.
“Mitch is playing regularly in Japan
now and has come off a great season,”
Ryan said. “And Vuka also now having
that full year of European experience
under his belt is doing great things
there in Belgium in the league and also
European leagues as well.
“Any environment I’ve been in when
there’s competition, common sense
tells you it pushes everyone. It ultimately pushes the team to perform better.
“You get more out of individuals,
guys vying for that position, and the
person in that position knowing that
one drop in performance or one injury can be the turning point in losing
the spot.”
The man with the most to lose is
Ryan, though he doesn’t look like
ceding the top spot anytime soon.
At 26, he became the youngest Socceroo to reach 50 caps in Sunday’s 5-0
impalement of Oman, a milestone that
sets him on the path to challenge Mark
Schwarzer’s 109 appearances.
Socceroos keeper Mat Ryan.
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THE Socceroos are fixed on
stopping Jordan in Sunday’s
Asian Cup opener in the same
way they shut down Oman.
Australia made Oman,
who’d conceded only five goals
in their previous 15 games,
melt in a 5-0 warm-up blitz.
But the task will be tougher
when playing for points
against Vital Borkelmans’ Jordan outfit in Al Ain, but leftback Aziz Behich said the
approach would be the same.
“We want to do that against
any opponent really, whether
it be Oman or Jordan,” Behich
said. “With Arnie, it’s all about
what we do. If we do the right
things, what we’ve been working on the pitch, it’ll show on
the weekend.
“We showed that against
Oman. Oman was a team that
hadn’t lost in 13 or 14 games
with their defensive structure.
“For us to score the amount
of goals we did shows we’re on
the right track. Since we got
into camp it’s been about ourselves really, but at the same
time the coaching staff show us
on the training pitch what to
expect from Jordan and what
they’ll do.
“We want to start this tournament with a bang. The other
night we put on a good performance against Oman, a
dominant one, and we want to
continue that momentum.”
Behich will have his hands
full marking rising star Musa
Al-Taamari, the 21-year-old
winger who plies his trade for
Cypriot heavyweights APOEL.
On the whole, coach Graham Arnold’s aim is to shut
down Jordan’s strengths via
his newly implemented flexible attacking style.
“When I watch that game
back Oman have qualities, we
just didn’t let them use them,”
he said. “There were periods in
the game where we did let them
use it and it showed they’ve got
some qualities. But we’re not allowing these teams to play.”
Awer Mabil shows why he
excites Socceroos coach
Graham Arnold. Picture: AAP
EMMA KEMP
BEFORE last weekend’s
Asian Cup warm-up friendly
against Oman, Graham Arnold took Awer Mabil aside
and told him he would buy a
ticket just to watch him play.
“Because you excite me, go
and excite me,” the Socceroos
coach said. “I wouldn’t pay to
watch many players, but I’d
pay to watch you.”
Mabil’s eyes lit up and his
five-foot-nine (176cm) stature
visibly grew. He promptly
went out and scored his
second international goal.
“It’s something amazing to
hear that he said that,” Mabil
said. “I’ll remind him, I’ll say
it’s an expensive game.”
There’s been a lot of that
happening to Mabil since Oc-
tober, when the quietly spoken
Denmark-based winger completed his journey from
Kenya’s Kakuma refugee
camp to the Socceroos’ dressing room with a maiden international goal on debut against
Kuwait.
The moment, shared with
fellow South Sudanese refugee debutant Thomas Deng,
made global headlines. Now
the 23-year-old aims to use his
on-field trickery to not only
help the Socceroos defend the
Asian Cup, but also give African kids in his adopted country a role model to follow.
Even as a five-year-old, living in a cramped mud hut
with his mum, brother and
sister and surviving on paltry
food rations, Mabil found joy
in kicking a ball around with
his friends. There was something about the feeling that,
even for a brief moment,
helped him forget it all.
As he grew older he became more aware of the feeling and sought it out, both
through playing and walking
the two hours to the nearest
TV to watch his beloved
Manchester United.
“Football has done everything for me and has given me
everything,” he said. “The best
part of it is I can express myself and it gets rid of my traumas. When I play football, I
don’t think of anything else
except to have fun and enjoy,
and just forget the troubles.
“When I see someone do
something entertaining it
makes me want to come back
and enjoy the game.
“So my personality is always to enjoy — enjoy life
and enjoy myself on the field.
“And I feel like I have that
role now to make young kids
or people who come and watch
the game enjoy the game, and
also of course a win.”
Having resettled in Adelaide in 2006 and played for Adelaide United before his move
to FC Midtjylland three years
ago, he has been in fine touch.
So much so that Martin Boyle’s
untimely tournament-ending
injury and Mat Leckie’s certain
absence from the group stage
opens up a big opportunity for
Mabil and Chris Ikonomidis.
Off the field, Mabil is also
making waves, recently recognised for his refugee work
through his foundation, Barefoot to Boots, with the 2018
FIFPro Merit award. And the
racism he’s experienced
growing up has added extra
incentive to his journey.
“I keep an eye on some
things that are happening
within the African community, especially in Melbourne,
so it was actually really nice to
get something positive,” he
said. “A lot of people focus on
the negatives which doesn’t
cover everything. There’s
positive and negative to
everything, there’s two sides
to the story, you can’t just
generalise people on just one
thing or a few individuals.
“So it was really nice to open
doors for African Australians,
to show them that you can do
something with your life and if
you want your dreams you just
have to work hard.”
GRANT OFFICIALLY FREE TO FLAUNT HIS ‘UNUSUAL HAIRCUT’ IN UAE
EMMA KEMP
RHYAN Grant’s mullet may have
walked into a bit of a maelstrom.
But Sydney FC’s Socceroos Asian
Cup call-up needn’t worry, as his haircut has officially been AFC-approved.
Unbeknown to Grant, the United
Arab Emirates Football Association
(UAEFA) guidelines ban “unusual haircut or colouring”, which first incurs a
warning and then a fine and suspension.
In 2017, former Sunderland striker
Asamoah Gyan was one of more than
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40 players deemed to have “unethical
hair” while playing on loan for Dubaibased side Al Ahli from Shanghai SIPG.
Similar guidelines have been enforced in neighbouring countries, and
in 2016 Saudi Arabia goalkeeper
Waleed Abdullah was ordered to snip
off his “un-Islamic” do during a domestic match for Al Shabab.
Iran has also banned the mullet, ponytail, elaborate spikes and long hair as
examples of “decadent Western cuts”.
“I wasn’t aware of that,” Grant said
on arrival in Al Ain, where the squad
will finalise preparations for Sunday’s
tournament opener against Jordan.
“I don’t know what’s wrong with it,
to be honest. That’s interesting. I think
there’s a few ordinary haircuts going
around these days. It’s a bit more acceptable, luckily for me, so we’ll see
what happens.”
Thankfully, the Asian Cup is run
under Asian Football Confederation regulations and the Socceroos have had it
confirmed that Grant is free to flaunt his
follicles whenever coach Graham
Arnold deems him worthy of minutes.
His most immediate hurdle is more
likely to be Josh Risdon, the incumbent
World Cup right-back who is likely to
be Arnold’s first pick.
“Me and Risso get along really well,”
he said. “I think we’re pretty similar, not
only players but people. I wouldn’t say
bogan, but we’re pretty Aussie and relaxed about it all.”
Grant is, by his own reckoning, lapping up the learning curve. The 27year-old was “pretty stoked” to notch
his second cap in Sunday’s 5-0 tune-up
win over Oman.
Rhyan Grant and his ‘do’.
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All-Star wars: The
Aussie strikes back
MATT LOGUE
ANDREW Bogut has declared
Ben Simmons will make
amends for last year’s NBA
All-Star game snub to become
the first Australian to feature
in the marquee match-up in
Charlotte this February.
Simmons controversially
missed out on selection in
2017-18 despite leading Philadelphia to the playoffs and
winning the Rookie of the
Year award.
A year on, some critics believe the Melbourne-born
guard hasn’t progressed because he is yet to produce a
consistent jump shot.
Despite this, Simmons is
averaging 15.9 points, 9.2 rebounds and 7.9 assists. He also
has five triple-doubles, which
places him second in the NBA
behind Oklahoma City sensation Russell Westbrook’s 11.
Simmons showed yesterday
he can still be an offensive
force scoring a season high 29
points in the Sixers 132-127 win
over Phoenix.
Bogut believes Simmons
has proven he belongs on the
All-Star stage with his performances this season.
“I don’t know that he’ll start
but he’ll make it,” Bogut said.
“He is almost averaging a
triple-double and his team is
playing well.
“Teams that are generally
in the top four of five get two
or three players in the AllStars. Ben will get a lot of Australian support. I don’t think
the fan votes will matter because I genuinely think he
deserves to be there.
“I think Embiid is Philadelphia’s best player but Benny is
right there with him.
“Ben making an All-Star
team is great for Australia. It is
also great for the NBA to have
an All-Star from Australia.”
For all Simmons’ success,
his lack of a jump shot continues to dominate conversation.
He has had no three-point
attempts this season, while he
struggles from range.
Many experts believe Simmons can’t become one of the
NBA’s greats until he discovers a strong jump shot but
Bogut doesn’t agree.
“If Ben knocks down a couple of jumpers he’ll average 20
points but you have to be careful that he doesn’t shoot five or
six threes a game and it takes
away from his aggressiveness,”
he said.
“I don’t think he will ever get
to that point but there have
been players who are great paint
attackers who then shot the ball
well and now they are just primarily three-point shooters.
“Gerald Green from Houston is the prime example. He
used to attack the paint and
the rim recklessly but now he
is solely a three-point shooter.
“It will prolong your career,
so I understand why players
do it, but Ben’s strength is his
constant paint presence and
attack. People want him to
knock down five jump shots
but I don’t think he is ever
going to be that player.”
Bogut has urged fans to forget Simmons’ jump shot and
just appreciate him as a oncein-a-generation talent.
“There are not many guys
like that in the world of basketball,” he said. “You look at
guys that might not have the
IQ or the athleticism but Ben
has both.
“The likes of Kobe Bryant,
LeBron James and Michael
Jordan have that.
“I’m not comparing Ben to
them from a talent point of
view but from having the IQ
and the athleticism. They are
transformational players.”
The 2019 NBA All-Star
game will be staged at the Spectrum Centre in Charlotte on
February 17. Milwaukee’s
Greek sensation Giannis Antetokounmpo is expected to
dominate East All-Star voting.
Antetokounmpo has excelled this season to lead the
Bucks to the top of the Eastern
Conference with a 26-10 record. The Greek Freak is also
favoured to win the MVP
award this season.
Houston star James
Harden might have something to say about Antetokounmpo’s
supposed
stranglehold on the MVP.
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MANCHESTER United
continued their great run
under interim boss Ole
Gunnar Solskjaer with a 2-0
away win over Newcastle in
the Premier League yesterday.
Substitute Romelu Lukaku
scored with his first touch in
the 64th minute, while Marcus
Rashford made certain of the
points in the 80th minute.
Both are relishing the input
of Solskjaer, who has spoken
publicly about his desire to
work with the pair.
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THE Sydney Kings have beaten Illawarra twice this season
but marquee man Andrew
Bogut knows the Kings can’t
be complacent against the
Hawks tomorrow.
Sydney’s combined winning
total of 22 points over the
Hawks includes a comprehensive 83-68 win in Wollongong
two weeks ago.
Despite this, Bogut remains
wary of Illawarra.
He believes Hawks coach
Rob Beverage will have his side
firing after being heavily beaten by the Brisbane Bullets at
home on New Year’s Eve.
The Bullets defeated the
Hawks by 26 points and Bogut
is expecting a significant response from Beverage’s men
on Saturday.
“I watched that Brisbane
game and it was very ugly,”
Bogut said. “It looked like
some of the (Illawarra) guys
weren’t fully engaged.
“In Bevo’s time-outs there
were a couple of times he
asked them if anyone needed
some sugar or if they were
ready.
“They’ll come out fired up
and Bevo will start with some
quirky line-ups because we’ve
beaten them pretty comfortably twice.
“That isn’t a good thing for
us going in there a third time,
especially after their big loss.
“We just have to go out
there ready because they will
be playing for their lives.”
Bogut has a high respect for
Beverage as a coach and person. He won the 2003 Junior
World Championship under
his coaching and regularly
keeps in contact.
Bogut has no doubts that
Beverage will have his charges
ready to play.
“This game will determine
Illawarra’s fate for the rest of
the season,” he said.
“They will really be behind
the eight-ball if they lose this
one.”
VICTORY’S HONDA BREAKS DOWN
MELBOURNE Victory will be
without superstar Keisuke
Honda for at least seven games,
after the most untimely of
injury aggravations.
Honda’s rare hamstring tear
comes just as Victory enters a
busy seven-game stretch,
starting with tomorrow’s visit to
Western Sydney Wanderers.
The Daily Telegraph
understands that the unique
tear (fascia) occurred at training
on Tuesday, with Honda feeling
soreness minus that moment a
player typically feels the tear
and clutches his hamstring.
The preceding back-related
hamstring issue that has kept
him out the past fortnight was
initially deemed a seven-day
injury, with Victory’s staff
justifiably exercising caution
with the marquee megastar.
Coach Kevin Muscat’s worst
fears were realised after Honda
underwent scans, with medical
experts claiming they had
seldom seen such a tear.
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Kashiwa was an certainty beaten at Newcastle last
start. He seemed set to dive through and win the
race when a gap suddenly closed, stopping him in his
tracks about 100m out. I’d prefer him on a bigger
track but he’s drawn out, which is to his advantage.
I Am Zain resumes tonight but trialled very well at
Canterbury. He races on speed, making his own luck.
Schnapps was a beaten favourite first-up but is fitter
and Plenty has been competitive in Melbourne.
Bet: Kashiwa each way.
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BEST BET
Race 8: No.5
Sylvia’s Mother
The Team Hawkestrained filly toyed with
moderate rivals to win
easily first-up at
Hawkesbury. The race
was more a barrier trial
but she still ran a
33.66s closing 600m
sectional without being
tested by her rider.
Promising filly.
RACE 2
Alert The Press was backed into favouritism when
resuming at Werribee but couldn’t hold off the fastfinishing Vogue Empress. Team Hawkes is adept at
sending horses interstate and has found a winnable
race. You’re Next is the danger. He makes his debut
here but has shown plenty of speed and ability in
barrier trials. Pindus hung in badly at Goulburn but
can improve. Molly Malone tired in the run home
when fourth at Kensington. Drawn perfectly here.
Bet: Alert The Press to win; box trifecta 1, 3, 7, 9.
RACE 3
Namimo ran fourth as favourite on debut behind
boom youngster Brooklyn Hustle at Moonee Valley
then ran on resolutely when third in the Inglis
Nursery. This is much easier and she has race
experience. Godolphin’s unraced duo Asiago and
Avon River have trialled well and the stable’s twoyear-old team is flying. My Fire Phoenix also
debuts but was very impressive in her recent
Canterbury trial win.
Bet: Namimo to win; box trifecta 1, 2, 3, 10.
RACE 4
All Too Royal is racing well and this is his chance to
score a deserved Sydney win. Marmaris has ability,
she’s a winner this track and her trial form indicates
she is ready to run well fresh. Fox Swift is a smart
mare with first-up form, so note any market moves.
Raiden also sprints well fresh but he tends to get
back in his races so the inside barrier is not ideal.
Bet: All Too Royal to win.
RACE 5
C’est Davinchi scored successive wins over the
Canterbury 1550m then struck a heavy track in
Saturday class and ran unplaced. Back in grade on
track where he has been very effective and is back
on top of the ground. Dawn Raid held off Chalmers
for a comfortable win at Newcastle last start. They
clash again tonight and should be very competitive.
Celtic Love has produced two very good efforts
since resuming, while Wu Gok can sprint well fresh.
Bet: Box trifecta 1, 2, 3, 5, 6.
RACE 6
Savvy Ken was second-up when he dominated his
rivals at Hawkesbury to win comfortably. Even
better suited over 1900m on this track. Missybeel
also comes off an impressive all-the-way win,
scoring by more than three lengths. In rare form but
up in weight and won’t get her own way in front.
Hammond Lane showed an encouraging return to
form last start and is down in the weights after the
claim. Dylan’s Romance also likes to lead and was
good scoring at Canterbury at his latest outing.
Bet: Savvy Ken to win; saver on Hammond Lane.
RACE 7
Handfast is fitter for two runs from a spell and
drawn to get the run of the race. Radical Impact is a
bolter worth thought. Never won at Canterbury but
placed 10 times over this trip. The Pharoah made a
brave attempt to lead throughout last start and is
working way back into form. Watch betting moves
for Sepoy Acheva, who is down in the weights,
trialled nicely and will be running on strongly.
Bet: Handfast to win; saver on Radical Impact.
RACE 8
Sylvia’s Mother, a daughter of super sire Snitzel,
was dynamic in winning first-up at Hawkesbury. Is
perfectly drawn and will be hard to beat. Alassio is
classy and fitter for her first-up sixth behind Star
Reflection at Randwick. Big drop in grade but has to
shoulder 62kg. And So It Goes didn’t really come up
last spring but is fresh for this and very capable on
her day. Transmitter has won successive provincial
races and deserves her chance in city grade.
Bet: Sylvia’s Mother to win; quinella 1, 5.
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QUADDIE
Race 5: 1, 3, 6. Race
6: 2, 5, 9. Race 7: 1, 3,
10, 11. Race 8: 1, 5.
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TRAINER TO
FOLLOW
Race 4: No.2
All Too Royal
Sat off Tell Me and
looked certain to run
down that filly in the
straight but was edged
out narrowly after a
thrilling duel. Drawn
perfectly in barrier
three and James
McDonald retains
the ride.
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VALUE BET
Race 1: No.6 Kashiwa
Was going to win at
Newcastle last start
when he came from
Team Hawkes is
taking four horses to
Canterbury and could
leave with four winners
— I Am Zain (race 1),
Alert The Press (race
2), C’est Davinchi (race
5) and Sylvia’s Mother
(race 8).
Sydney’s leading rider
James McDonald has
seven rides tonight,
including All Too Royal
(race 4) and Alassio
(race 8).
Top jockey Tommy Berry will ride the promising Team Hawkes filly Sylvia’s Mother at Canterbury tonight. Picture: AAP
RAY THOMAS
CANTERBURY TONIGHT
PROMISING filly Sylvia’s Mother
has an opportunity to turn potential into performance when she
steps out tonight.
Team Hawkes has decided to
give Sylvia’s Mother her opportunity in city class after some
dazzling provincial wins.
Sylvia’s Mother faces her moment of truth in the Australian
Turf Club Handicap (1100m) but
she has been so impressive in easier
races that TAB Fixed Odds has
rated the three-year-old as $2.10
favourite.
“We feel she is worthy of being
tested in town,’’ co-trainer Michael
Hawkes said.
“This is a nice race for her and
she should be hard to beat.’’
Sylvia’s Mother, a daughter of
champion sire Snitzel, has only
been to the races three times for a
debut third at Warwick Farm on
August 1 before two very easy
Hawkesbury wins.
She broke her maiden with a
dominant effort over 1100m there
in late August then resumed last
month and strolled home more
than four lengths clear of her rivals.
Sylvia’s Mother recorded 1m
3.15s for the 1100m, including a final
600m sectional of 33.66s, even
though she wasn’t put under any
pressure by jockey Tommy Berry.
“The filly could not have done
any more at Hawkesbury the other
day,’’ Hawkes said.
“She’s only a lightly framed filly
so we gave her plenty of time to get
over that race. We are spacing her
runs and keeping her fresh.
“She has ability but we are just
trying to get some runs on the
board by taking her through the
grades.’’
Hawkes also said punters
should give track specialist C’est
Davinchi another chance in the
Agency Real Estate Handicap
(1550m).
C’est Davinchi scored successive wins over the Canterbury
1550m course before going to Saturday grade at Warwick Farm,
where he struggled in the heavy
track conditions and finished only
ninth to Monsieur Sisu.
“He was there on the corner to
win the race,’’ Hawkes said. “(Jockey) Corey Brown said he felt like
the winner but all of a sudden his
‘wheels’ were spinning.
“He just didn’t handle the wettrack conditions but his two wins
prior to that at Canterbury were
good. He is definitely worth another chance.’’
The Hawkes stable has also
switched I Am Zain and Alert The
Press from its Flemington stables
to Sydney and both line up at Canterbury tonight.
I Am Zain contests the opener,
the #TheRaces Handicap (1250m),
while Alert The Press lines up in
the Summer Night Racing Plate
(1100m).
After being unplaced in each of
his three starts last winter, I Am
Zain has been gelded and looked
very sharp in a recent barrier trial
win at Canterbury.
“His trial was very good and he
has done everything right since,’’
Hawkes said. “This race is a nice
starting point for him.’’
Alert The Press had excuses
when resuming at Werribee, finishing a close second to Vogue Empress before the three-year-old was
transferred to the Hawkes’ Rosehill
stable.
“He travelled up well and is an
improving horse,’’ Hawkes said.
“We can’t fault him.’’
Chargement to have lot on his plate in strong maiden
RAY THOMAS
TAMWORTH TODAY
TRAINER Todd Howlett has conceded Chargement’s opposition is
stronger than he anticipated for
the 2YO Maiden Plate over
1000m.
“I think Chargement is a nice
colt but this is a strong race,’’ Howlett said. “It is harder than I
thought for this time of year
“But he’s coming along well, his
Gosford trial was good and he
should run a competitive race.’’
Chargement has raced once
previously, running on strongly to
finish second behind Depth That
Varies in the Romantic Dream
Plate at Tamworth in October.
Howlett gave Chargement a
freshen-up after his debut and, although he is pleased with his colt’s
progress, barrier two concerns him.
“He doesn’t have a lot of gate
speed, which is a concern,’’ Howlett
said. “We have been working on
that but he will probably get back
in the field early.’’
Chargement is the pick of Howlett’s four-horse team going to the
Tamworth meeting today.
Magic Richard lines up in the
Maiden Plate (1200m) and stable-
24-page liftout starts: P31
mates Imapoet and Break The
Bank clash in the Fillies And Mares
Maiden (1200m).
Howlett is expecting improvement from Magic Richard today.
The four-year-old was unplaced on
debut at Muswellbrook but has
since won a barrier trial in good
style at Gosford.
Imapoet and Break The Bank
both ran last at their debuts and
Howlett is only hopeful that either
can figure in the finish today.
But the Cessnock-based trainer
is more confident about the chances of Roy’s Command in the TAB
Highway (1300m) at Randwick’s
Kensington meeting tomorrow.
Roy’s Command came from
well back on the turn to win at
Taree last start and Howlett indicated similar riding tactics would
be used tomorrow given the gelding had drawn wide out.
“He has always shown me ability,’’ Howlett said. “We are hoping
he might be a Country Championships horse for us in the autumn.’’
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MELBOURNE STARS V
SYDNEY THUNDER
Tomorrow, 6.15pm,
Metricon Stadium
TAB odds: Stars $1.85,
Thunder $2
TV: Exclusive to Fox Cricket and Kayo
JULIAN LINDEN
HE’S been the ultimate
showman this summer —
teasing and tormenting his
followers and rivals alike
with his bag of tricks and insatiable appetite for runs.
And now Jos Buttler wants
to leave the Thunder with a
bang that no-one will forget
after dominating the first
half of the Big Bash season.
Buttler could be forgiven
for wanting to lie back and
think of England as he
prepares to rejoin his
countryman for the biggest
season of his career but the
thought just hasn’t even entered his mind.
He’s been the form batsmen of the BBL, racking up
250 runs and three half centuries from his first five
knocks this season, but isn’t
finished yet.
He’s still got two more
games to play before he has
to leave and wants to keep
piling on the runs before
even thinking about this
year’s World Cup and Ashes.
“For me, I’m here as a
Sydney Thunder player and
it’s about winning the Big
Bash,” he said.
“Of course, you may learn
things that are great for you
further down the line, but
your thought process is
about the here and now and
playing in this tournament.
“It’s tough to plan ahead
too far in cricket, and the nature of sport is very much the
here and now for me.”
Buttler’s next assignment
is against the Melbourne
Stars at the Gold Coast on
Saturday night before he returns to Spotless Stadium
for his Thunder farewell
against the Brisbane Heat
on Tuesday. At 28, the
wicketkeeper-batsman is in
the form of his life and credits his diverse experiences
from tournaments like the
Big Bash for helping him finally work out how to get
the best out of himself.
“The last year is the best
I’ve ever played for a prolonged period of time and
I’m probably at an age now
where I understand my own
game a lot better,” he said.
“I’ve got a lot of confidence and quite a bit of
clarity as well.
“That’s always something
you fight with a little bit in
the game, that constant battle of trying to improve.
“It gives you a lot of clarity and you can make peace
with it because this is what
I’ve got, and I’m going to be
the best version of myself
and not get too caught up in
what other people try to do.”
England’s Test skipper
Joe Root will also be leaving
with Buttler next week and
while he hasn’t scored as
many runs as his deputy, his
contribution has been just as
important.
He’s been helping mentor
many of the younger players,
particularly boom teenager
Jason Sangha, as well as
lending a hand to Shane
Watson with team tactics.
“It’s going to be sad to see
them leave because they’ve
both had an very positive influence on the group,” Watson said. “Jos is one of the
best batsmen in the world in
all formats of the game and
while you don’t always score
the runs you want, Joe’s impact has been amazing.”
ONE-time Australian batsman
Nic Maddinson is tracking to
make his Melbourne Stars
debut at the MCG on Wednesday having recovered from a
broken arm.
Maddinson, dumped by
NSW before making a new
home in Victoria this summer,
made 162 in his first Sheffield
Shield outing for the Vics but
in his second innings suffered a
broken arm after copping the
full brunt of a Jhye Richardson
fast ball. He had surgery on
December 10 with a plate and
about six screws inserted along
his forearm.
“When I actually had the
surgery the surgeon told me he
thought I could be back playing in four weeks … I was a little bit wary at the start but after
I had that first hit I’ve just done
what’s comfortable,” Maddinson said.
“I haven’t gone too hard
and played too early. Sometimes the desire to play can
cloud your judgment a little bit.
“I’ve tried to take a cautious,
measured approach. I don’t
want to play a few games and
then in a couple of weeks’ time
have to pull out because it’s
hurting.”
He is pain-free and started
batting again on Christmas
Eve. On New Year’s Day he
faced bowlers for the first time
in the nets and while he’s put
his hand up to play for the
Stars against Sydney Thunder
on the Gold Coast tomorrow a
return is more likely against
the Scorchers at the MCG on
Wednesday night.
“It seems to be pulling up
better and better after everything I do,” he said.
“So I thought, why not push
it a bit harder and try and
play.”
Sticking by Thunder players to again get job done
AUSTRALIA’s Test side is
floundering but there’s one
team in the country on the way
up — the “Club 23 Legends”.
My SuperCoach BBL side is
tearing up the rankings and we
now sit 3799 of 84,000 teams.
But perhaps most importantly, I’ve improved to third in
the Fox Sports commentary
league after taking down Kerry
O’Keeffe.
I went hard for Thunder
players last week as they had a
double game — and the tactic
paid off with Fawad Ahmed
(128), Daniel Sams (114) and
Jos Buttler (96) all going large.
We have another important
match-up this round against
Michael Vaughan, who I’m desperate to beat as we have a dinner shout riding on the result.
However, victory appears a
mere formality with “Her Majesty’s Men” sitting a lowly
25,688 in the rankings, mainly
due to his stubborn refusal to
pick Australians.
With my side in good form,
I see no need to change a winning formula and I’m therefore
making no trades this round.
My team is already well set
for this week and also next
round’s double, so I’m happy to
back the guys who got the job
done last round.
Taking the week off trading
also gives me the chance to assess who will be picked for the
ODI series against Sri Lanka,
which will have a huge bearing
on SuperCoach.
For example, I’ll have to sell
my best-performing player
D’Arcy Short next week if he
makes the limited-overs side as
he’d be unavailable for Big Bash.
And on the other side of the
coin, Chris Lynn is a must for
“Club 23 Legends” if he misses
the ODI side as he’ll be available
for the Heat’s round-six double.
The Renegades are another
target team for next round as
they’re also on the double with
Kane Richardson, Daniel
Christian and Mohammad
Nabi all on the shopping list.
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JULIAN LINDEN
TWO wins on the trot has the
Sydney Sixers thinking about
bigger things.
Written off by the bookies
before this Big Bash season
had even started, the Sixers
have already defied the
doomsayers by climbing to
third spot on a tightly
congested ladder.
If they beat the Hobart
Hurricanes tonight, they’ll
move into a share of first
place — and they rightly
fancy their chances after
posting gutsy back-to-back
wins on the road against the
Melbourne Renegades and
the Brisbane Heat.
“The Hurricanes have
been the form team of the
competition and they’re still
undefeated, but I feel pretty
confident about our chances,” Sixers captain Moises
Henriques said.
“They’ve got some great
players but I actually think
our bowlers match up really
well against them and we’re
batting well, so I’m pretty excited about this one.”
Henriques has good reason to feel upbeat about the
match-up because things are
suddenly starting to fall into
place for his underrated lineup. They bowled and fielded
brilliantly to defend a small
total and hand the Renegades
their first loss of the season
after Christmas, then held
their nerve during a pressurepacked run chase to beat the
Heat with three balls to spare.
“Not everything has gone
our way but what I’m most
proud of is the way that whenever something does go against
us, we’ve been able to bounce
back quickly,” Henriques said.
“We saw that against the Heat,
right at the death when the
game was in the balance, we
were able to take stock and just
nail what we needed to nail and
minimise the damage after
taking a maximum blow.”
In terms of bowling, the
Sixers are setting the standard this season, boasting the
top two wicket-takers in the
competition in spinner Steve
Sixers captain Moises Henriques clubs a six against the Brisbane Heat. Picture: Getty Images
O’Keefe and English paceman Tom Curran.
In the batting department,
they’ve got the third-best
runscorer in the ultra consistent Jordan Silk. The only area
of concern for the Sixers has
been the top order, but an encouraging 30 from BBL debutant Justin Avendano and an
even more impressive cap-
tain’s knock from Henriques
against the Heat has got
them firing on all cylinders.
After a lean start to the
season, Henriques led from
the front against the Heat,
blasting 57 off 37 balls to set
up his team’s victory and give
all his teammates a lift.
“I didn’t have the best of
starts but I always expected
to score some runs because I
came into the Big Bash in
pretty good form,” he said.
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V SIXERS
Tonight, 7.15pm, Blundstone Arena
TAB odds: Hurricanes $1.55
Sixers $2.50
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Struggling Renegades eye Finch boost
Liam O'Connor.
THE return of Aaron Finch can’t
come soon enough for the Melbourne Renegades after being
handed their third straight BBL
defeat by Adelaide Strikers last
night.
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Harper during a powerplay,
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proved a deadly combination with
fellow legspinner Liam O’Connor,
who snared 2-21 in his first game
of the season.
Test opener Finch was deemed
unavailable to represent the Renegades in Geelong after being
dropped for the fourth Test
against India. The Renegades will
have him back to face Hobart
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Alex Carey’s 64-run opening
partnership had the Strikers sitting pretty. Weatherald (71) had
been eyeing the first century of
the BBL season but was run out
courtesy of some sharp fielding
from Usman Shinwari.
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Skills before thrills
for old-school Pujara
ROBERT
CRADDOCK
ALLAN Border watched Indian iron man Cheteshwar
Pujara at the SCG and his
mind drifted back to when he
was a boy.
“I reckon he learnt the way
I learnt and the way that
cricket was basically taught to
everyone before me,’’ Border
said. “You learnt three basic
shots — in my case it was the
cover drive, the cut and the
pull — and sort of squirted it
around a bit from there. It was
a pretty simple game.
“My worry is how is Australia going to get a Pujara?
Would he get a game if he was
coming through our system?
I’m not sure.
“I like the way he has about
four gears in his batting.’’
Border noted the majority
of under-17 and under-19
cricket in Australia is limited
overs with an emphasis on
power play which is all good
and well.
And he concedes, given
the lure of T20 cricket, you
cannot blame young batsmen
for wanting to put all the
flashy sauces on top of the
meat and potatoes.
But again he asks ... will
that produce a Pujara?
Not saying you need a
team full of them but without
one of them the SS Australia
can resemble a ship without
an anchor.
At the mid-point of his career Border once quipped
“the day I fear in cricket is
that day we are judged on our
50-over statistics.’’
It was essentially a cheeky
statement about the fact that
a 50-over game was as much
about rollicking entertainment as personal statistics.
But he admits times have
changed and batsmen are
under more statistical scrutiny to play action cricket.
“When I was playing strike
rates meant nothing,’’ Border
said. “Balls faced was not a big
statistic. Now it’s a huge thing.’’
In many ways, Pujara is a
Cheteshwar Pujara
Pujjara in
action at the SCG.
SCG
Picture: Brett Costello
Aaron Finch.
Give Finch
shot down
the order
ELIZA SEWELL
man of Border’s soul. He has
no tattoos. No bling. He’s not
into stirring up the opposition
with big statements.
Just give him a bat and
he’s happy.
Like Border, Pujara has no
pretension to being your
modern chiselled from stone
athlete.
He’s fit but during his
cricket journey he has “done’’
both knees.
Yet he is still doing well
enough to have scored twice
as many runs as any Australian this series.
To watch Pujara bat is to
be reminded of the quote
from South African pace
spearhead Allan Donald
about bowling to Mark
Waugh — “the ball just never
seems to get to him.’’
When tackling Pujara
bowlers get the unnerving
feeling that they are the ones
doing all the work, pounding
in ball after ball but he nibbles, nudges and nurdles
without wasting so much as a
calorie of effort.
Bowl him a bad ball and
he’ll put it away like he did
three times to the fence in the
one over from Marnus Labuschagne. But it’s not as if his
eyes light up and start spinning like the lemons in the
poker machine when he gets
a loose ball.
He rarely fully extends
himself. Even when he raised
his century yesterday, there
were a few small fist pumps, a
kiss of the helmet and raised
arms but the lid stayed firmly
on the saucepan.
Even when he is at the
bowler’s end, Pujara looks a
man at peace, resting on his
bat or even letting his bat rest
on his pads.
When India won the toss
and elected to bat some scribes
laughed at the thought of Pujara sitting in the dressing
room and thinking “well that’s
me for the day ...” and set his
stall for the long, long journey.
GLENN Maxwell wants good
mate Aaron Finch to return to
the Test arena as a middleorder batsman.
Finch was dropped for the
Sydney Test after failing as an
opener in Melbourne.
Maxwell said Finch deserved another shot in his preferred batting position in the
middle order.
“I hope that doesn’t finish
Aaron Finch as a Test cricketer,” Maxwell said.
“Hopefully next time he
gets an opportunity he can bat
in a position that I think he’s a
bit more accustomed too and I
think a lot of Australia think
he’s more accustomed to.
“He was probably a victim
of his own success in the UAE,
having batted so well as an
opener there.
“It probably drove Australia
— selectors and coaches — to
put him up there, which is fair
enough.
“But hopefully at some
stage he gets an opportunity to
bat in the middle order and
show the class he does have.”
Finch will return to BBL
team Melbourne Renegades
for Monday night’s clash with
Hobart at Marvel Stadium.
Maxwell hasn’t given up
hope of a Test recall himself,
possibly as early as Australia’s
series against Sri Lanka,
which starts at the Gabba on
January 24.
He was overlooked for Australia’s red-ball tour of the
UAE and the home series
against India.
“Depending on how this
Test goes (in Sydney),” Maxwell said.
“I think they will look at
where they are going and if
they need to make wholesale
changes or if they need to
make a couple of changes.
“If guys are a bit tuckered
out after this series and they
bring in a couple of fresh faces,
I think it’ll be good for us.”
Rival offers free lesson as pressure cranks up another notch
JULIAN LINDEN
THE pressure on Marnus Labuschagne to deliver with the
bat has already gone up a notch
after the all-rounder made an
uninspiring start with the ball.
He only bowled four overs
on the opening day but gave up
25 runs without taking a wicket and was smacked around
the SCG by Cheteshwar Pujara. The Indian brought up his
half-century when he dis-
patched a sloppy half-tracker
from Labuschagne to the rope,
then followed up with two
more quick boundaries to force
Labuschagne out of the attack
after just one over.
“There was a little bit of pressure. First ball came out all right
and I think I bowled a few drag
downs,” Labuschagne said. “But
I was positive and I came back
the last three overs and was able
to tie up a bit of pressure.”
Labuschagne did give up an-
other boundary to Pujara in his
second spell but bowled much
tighter and said he learnt a few
things from studying Pujara that
he thinks will help when he pads
up at No.3 for Australia.
“He was very classy wasn’t
he? His time, his patience
around the crease and just the
way he batted. I think it was
something I personally can
take a lot from,” Labuschagne
said. “He just batted a lot of
time and that’s something he’s
done through this whole series.
That’s what we’re going to
need to do. All our batters are
going to need to step up and
put a big score on the board.”
Pujara’s glutton for runs has
also overshadowed the contribution of India’s new opener
Mayank Agarwal, who has
proven to be just as big a thorn
in the side of the Aussies.
Called in for his debut for
the Boxing Day Test after
Lokesh Rahul and Murali
Vijay failed in the first two
matches of the series.
Agarwal has provided with
the tourists with the stability
they needed at the top of the
innings to really grind the
Aussie bowlers into the dust.
He made 76 and 42 on debut
in Melbourne and followed
that up with a polished 77 yesterday, only losing his wicket
when he had a rush of blood to
the head and holed out in the
deep with a century beckoning.
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We’re in a vice-like grip
BEN
HORNE
AUSTRALIA’S bizarre plan to have
two vice-captains has its first big test.
Mitchell Marsh’s latest axing has
raised the prospect that selectors
must search for a new co-deputy if
they are to proceed with the leadership model enacted by coach Justin
Langer after the Cape Town crisis.
Since being appointed alongside
Josh Hazlewood as one of two deputies to serve captain Tim Paine,
Marsh has only been picked for three
of six matches.
Australia might argue this is one of
the reasons why two men were cho-
sen — to cover for when the other
doesn’t play. But the reality is that
every time the struggling Marsh is left
out of the team, he will find it increasingly difficult to come back.
Selectors are unlikely to shut the
door on Marsh altogether. He may
even be recalled against Sri Lanka
later this month, but it’s not tenable to
have a vice-captain that doesn’t play.
It would be unfair on Marsh as
much as anyone for him to linger as a
long-distance deputy when his only
focus should be on finding form before it’s too late and the Ashes plane
flies for England.
In the short-term, if Marsh remains sidelined against Sri Lanka,
Australia may stick with Hazlewood
as the sole deputy.
Test discard Mitchell Marsh.
But if they still believe in the model
introduced a few months ago, Usman
Khawaja is worth serious consideration for an immediate elevation to a
leadership title.
Paine has spoken a couple of times
this summer about the calming presence Khawaja has in the middle.
Khawaja would bring with him the
benefits of being Queensland skipper
while not being an overly ambitious
character who could upset the apple
cart, as has happened previously with
captains and their vices.
It’s understood Khawaja didn’t
make the original player-voted shortlist for leadership candidates, but perhaps another ballot is needed.
Taking the VC away from Marsh is
not a slight. He has led well at Western Australia and has a selfless personality around the dressing room
that lends itself to the deputy role.
It’s easy to say in hindsight his appointment as VC was a dud call, but at
the time no one was arguing he
shouldn’t be the favourite.
But since last year’s Sydney Test,
Marsh’s statistics have been damning
and the appointment hasn’t worked.
He has averaged 16 from the seven
matches since and aside from an excellent 96 in the first Test against
South Africa, the all-rounder has
struggled to pass single figures. From
31 Tests, Marsh averages 25.
Paine has played down the alarm
bells about Marsh’s Test future.
“This time last year he was batting
at times when Steve Smith, David
Warner or Usman Khawaja had
scored runs and he was facing tired
bowlers,” Paine said.
“While there are going to be times
that Mitch is going to have to score
runs at No.6 from 4-60, you’d hope he
isn’t going in then as often as he is at
the moment under that scrutiny.”
Langer stands by Labuschagne as
he puts his head on the block
JULIAN LINDEN
All-rounder Marnus
Labuschagne bowls
to India captain
cap
ptain Virat
Kohli on day
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JUSTIN Langer is standing by
his bold decision to roll the dice
and pick Marnus Labuschagne to
bat at No. 3 for the must-win final
Test against India, even if he unwittingly ends up finding himself
in the firing line.
As a former No.3, Langer
knows what it takes to succeed in
the hardest batting position in
the Australian line-up and likes
what he sees in Labuschagne.
“It’s great for him … he’s a
fighter, he can’t wait,” Langer
said.
“When we told him he’s batting No.3, he was that excited.
“He’s a really good young
bloke, very good player. It’s early
in his journey but we can’t wait to
see him bat.”
A talented all-rounder who
has scored four first-class centuries and bats first drop for
Queensland, Labuschagne has
been thrown into the deep end
and asked to sink or swim against
the world’s No.1 team.
It’s a position that’s been reserved for some of the best batsmen in Australian history, so
Labuschagne’s selection has left
plenty of people scratching their
heads because he averages just
33.17 in first-class cricket and
20.25 in two previous Tests, when
he batted down the order.
But if there’s some reassurance for the 24-year-old, it’s that
no one will blame him if he does
flop.
Instead, Langer will have to
bear the brunt of responsibility if
the biggest gamble he’s made
since taking over as coach turns
out to be wrong.
Even though Labuschagne
hasn’t taken strike yet, the critics
are already queuing up to take a
shot at Langer.
“I have a big issue with the selection policy currently in Australian cricket,” Former Aussie
Test opener Ed Cowan said on
ABC Grandstand.
“It feels as if they are not picking their best available team and
it’s hiding behind this excuse that
there’s no one knocking down
the door.”
Langer’s selections have left
plenty of people wondering how
he picks his teams because
there’s no shortage of more seasoned players with better averages than Labuschagne that have
seemingly been ignored.
There’s a growing feeling
Langer doesn’t have a real grasp
of who the leading batsmen in
Sheffield Shield cricket are, after
his puzzling explanation about
why Labuschagne got the nod.
“We’ve got to be careful not to
reward poor performances,”
Langer said. “It’s not as if the guys
are absolutely banging the door
down. Most of our batters knocking on the door are averaging in
the 30s.”
His logic is fine but his maths
is off. The top seven run scorers
in Sheffield Shield this season are
averaging well over 40. Matthew
Wade, the top scorer with 571
runs, is averaging 63.55 while Joe
Burns has scored more than 1000
runs from his past 10 innings in
all forms of the game.
Langer’s apparent dismissal of
their claims for selection has already annoyed a lot of people in
state cricket and the complaints
will only get louder if Labuschagne doesn’t measure up.
“There are people knocking
down the door,” Cowan said.
“I'd be so annoyed if I was Joe
Burns or Matthew Wade, hearing that.’’
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Former greats echo spin
king’s claims on attack
BEN HORNE
IT’S been a hard-fought series on
and off the field but India skipper
Virat Kohli (below) has drawn
plenty of praise for his efforts to
help promote the McGrath
Foundation.
The usually deep-red MRF
sponsor stickers on his bat were
replaced by a much brighter
shade of pink, while Kohli’s
gloves were also splashed pink in
a classy touch appreciated by
Glenn McGrath in the Channel 7
commentary box.
Aussie quick Mitchell Starc
(top) also sported pink, taping
over his wedding ringg iinn support
of the day.
FAF IN FULL SWING
A LOT has been made of
Australia’s inability to get the ball
to reverse swing in this series.
That fact hasn’t been lost on
South Africa skipper Faf du
Plessis, whose side were involved
in the sandpaper scandal last year.
Speaking in Cape Town, du
Plessis was asked whether he
was surprised by Australia’s
struggles to extract movement
with the old ball.
With tongue planted firmly in
cheek, he replied: “That feels like
a trick question. That’s going to
be the challenge for them now,
how well they do with that old
ball. They’re still a good team
but, yeah, the old ball isn’t doing
that much.”
The Aussies were punished
early at the SCG yesterday for
overpitching as they searched for
traditional swing, eventually
battering the batsmen with a
short-ball barrage in the hour
before lunch. But no reverse
swing later in the day.
A DEPRESSING CALL
THE Aussies would have hoped a
New Year meant a change of
fortune for Kohli. How wrong
they were. He headed into the
Sydney Test with the record of
zero losses from 21 matches
when he had won the toss.
With 18 wins and three draws,
heads would have dropped in the
Australian dressing room when
Kohli again called correctly.
Tim Paine has lost six of
seven tosses as captain.
AUSTRALIA’S fast bowlers are
in danger of going through an
entire Test series without a single lbw dismissal in a damning
reflection of their misdirected
plans.
Spinner Nathan Lyon trapped
Ajinkya Rahane in front at the
MCG for Australia’s sole lbw of
the series, while India has had
eight – including six from the incomparable Jasprit Bumrah.
Shane Warne spotlighted
this statistic on Cricket 360 and
said it was either an indication of
flawed bowling plans or an inability to execute correct ones
because of the staggering number of balls not aimed at hitting
the stumps.
Warne has been an almost
lone critic of the bowlers this
summer, but after yesterday’s
flat performance a host of leading Test greats backed up the
spin great’s assertion that the
much-vaunted attack has lost
their venom.
Indian ‘Wall’ Cheteshwar
Pujara dropped anchor at the
SCG yesterday to score his third
century of the summer and drive
a weary Australia into the dirt.
Already this summer, Pujara
centuries have translated to Indian victories and at stumps on
day one it was one way traffic
again as the second-coming of
Rahul Dravid powered the visitors
to the powerful position of 4-303 –
bringing a historic series victory to
within touching distance.
Warne’s criticisms of Mitchell Starc (1-75) and Josh Hazlewood (2-51) have been flatly
dismissed by some, but yesterday the likes of Ricky Ponting,
Michael Slater and Glenn McGrath joined him in applying
the blow torch to the one department of the Australian setup that had been until now been
deemed beyond criticism.
One of Australia’s most successful wicket-takers Brett Lee
declared in Fox Cricket commentary yesterday that Pat
Cummins should open the bowling in Hazlewood’s place, while
former Test captain Ponting
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slammed the entire attack for
being too one-dimensional with
their plans.
Former Test quicks McGrath
and Damien Fleming also pleaded for more variety from the pace
titans, as Pujara’s unbeaten 250ball stand and rookie opener Mayank Agarwal (77) looked
ominously comfortable against
an attack that had been widely
touted as the best in world cricket.
Warne continued to turn the
heat up on Starc who he lashed
for resting in November and not
preparing properly for the series.
However, the notable development yesterday was that other
leading voices threw their sizeable weight behind his adamant
view the pacemen have underdelivered.
“They have all bowled a bit
too much the same,” Ponting
said on Channel 7.
“The Indian attack has been
slightly different with the way
they have bowled (in the series).
“Even this morning, they’ve
all done it exactly the same. Let’s
have something a bit different.
“Why do we always talk
about wanting to play India in
Brisbane and Perth when they
come to Australia? Because they
don’t like the short ball.
“They don’t like the pace and
bounce. We’ve only seen one
short ball all morning.”
The class shown by Pujara
has put all the focus on Marnus
Labuschagne who will today try
and play the same critical No.3
role for Australia.
Ponting and Michael Slater
lamented after the first 10 overs
that Australia had persisted with
the same lines that Pujara had
calmly negotiated all summer,
lamenting how long it took
them to hit the Indian star with
some short-pitched bowling.
“Get them jumping. Just
something different,” said Slater
on 7.
Just as the demoralising partnership of Pujara and Virat
Kohli that destroyed Australia
at the MCG last week started to
take a stranglehold on the Test,
Hazlewood struck to strangle
Kohli down the leg-side.
Once were warriors as
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Tim Paine.
an Josh Hazlewood for a timid
and
bo
bowling performance on day one
at the SCG, which allowed India
to ease into cruise control in their
pursuit of a historic series tripu
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umph in the fourth Test.
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admission that Australia’s attempt at rough-house tactics reminded him of the New Zealand
reserves. Agarwal padded up for
India A back in December and
said facing Kiwi battlers Hamish
Bennett and Doug Bracewell up
in Mount Maunganui was as intimidating as Starc, Hazlewood,
Cummins at the SCG.
“Yes, I remember facing just
very recently against the New
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Lyon at 9.6 runs per over — before holing out.
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77 169 112
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c M. Starc b N. Lyon: Agarwal mishits a wild swoosh at the
ball that he came down to meet and it flies out to long-on
Lokesh Rahul
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c S. Marsh b J. Hazlewood: Rahul edges a forward defensive
stroke to first slip, who takes an easy catch
Cheteshwar Pujara
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Virat Kohli
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c T. Paine b J. Hazlewood: Kohli glances off the pads, catching
a glove as he tries to work it away, through to the keeper
Ajinkya Rahane
18 64 55
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c T. Paine b M. Starc: Rahane takes evasive action from a
short-pitched delivery and the ball brushes the glove on the way
to the keeper, who takes a good overhead catch
Hanuma Vihari
39 73 58
5
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not out
EXTRAS: 2lb, 5w
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TOTAL
4-303
Fall: 10, 126, 180, 228
Bowling: M. Starc 18-0-75-1 (4.17), J. Hazlewood 20-751-2 (2.55), P. Cummins 19-3-62-0 (3.26), N. Lyon 29-588-1 (3.03), M. Labuschagne 4-0-25-0 (6.25)
STUMPS DAY 1
Waugh on field
THINGS have come
full circle for the
Waugh family after
Austin, son of former
Australia skipper
Steve, was called in as
the team’s substitute
fielder 15 years after
his father’s final Test
against India at the
SCG.
Waugh, 19, was
limited to drinkcarrying duties on day
one of the fourth Test
but will gain valuable experience from his time
in and around the squad.
It’ll be interesting to see whether the allrounder is handed a memento after the match as
Steve refused to present Brett Lee with any
memorabilia when he was a fill-in fielder.
The move was an incentive to make Lee
hungrier to earn his spot in the side.
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India compare Aussie attack to New Zealand A
Zealand A side, they also came
very hard,” a grinning Agarwal
said. “But the Aussies came really,
really hard.”
Agarwal might have only made
a top score of 65 against the Kiwis,
but he threw away a golden shot at
a maiden Test hundred yesterday
with his brilliant tone-setting 77.
Cheteshwar Pujara continued to
bulldoze Australia with his third
hun
hundred
of the
series and he threatens more runs
today after he dined out on a bowling attack that lacked a Plan B.
For all Australia’s top-order batting failures of the past few years,
they always had their bowling attack to hold on to and at times bail
them out.
But after Tim Paine lost his
sixth toss in seven attempts as Australian captain, the much-vaunted
attack struggled to penetrate.
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Warne said Australia had lost
one of their eternal trademarks —
the ability to intimidate.
“I don’t think any opposition
team has feared Australia for a few
years now and that’s unfortunate,”
Warne said on Cricket 360 on Fox.
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reputation is if you start winning
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in Australia but outside of that they
haven’t won much, and that’s how
they need to build that up.
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Mitchell Starc, this series is as bad
as I’ve seen him bowl in the last few
years — (when) he’s been outstanding. But the last 12 months I
just don’t think he’s got it right, and
I think he’s had too much rest.”
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HITS FORM
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Serena tunes up for Open
SERENA Williams signed off on her
official Australian Open preparations
with some sweet hitting in her third
straight victory in the Hopman Cup
yesterday.
But all eyes in Perth were on
another sweetie courtside — Williams’
beautiful 16-month-old daughter
Alexis Olympia.
Williams cooled off after a strong
start but prevailed with a 6-1 7-6 (2)
victory in 78 minutes against Katie
Boulter to level the tie between the
United States and Britain in Group B.
Britain, however, won the tie when
Boulter and playing partner Cameron
Norrie had a comeback 3-4 (2), 4-3 (4),
4-1 victory over Williams and Frances
Tiafoe in the mixed doubles.
The 37-year-old Williams’ hopes
for a record third Hopman Cup title
ended when the United States were
eliminated after losses to Greece and
Roger Federer-led Switzerland.
The 23-times grand slam champion
is on the comeback trail, having not
played in a WTA tournament since
losing the US Open final to Naomi
Osaka.
Her only match since then was a
one-off exhibition match against
her sister, Venus, in Abu Dhabi last
month.
Yesterday she seemed to struggle with her right shoulder and
stretched it out a couple of times
early against Boulter.
But her right ankle, which she
had strapped during practice, does
not appear to be troubling her.
Boulter, ranked 97 in the world,
frequently won points on the Williams serve and broke it in the second
set. But she was outclassed by Williams in the tie-break.
Williams, now ranked 16, sent
down 20 winners and 19 unforced
errors and clearly already has her
focus set on Melbourne Park.
“It was perfect; it’s just like this in
Melbourne. It’s the exact same sun
and it gives me so many problems,”
she said.
“After you serve, you are blind for
the next two points. It was good to play
three matches here, singles, not to
mention the mixed doubles.”
Williams dropped a set to Switzerland’s Belinda Bencic on Tuesday, but
beat Maria Sakkari of Greece in
straight sets on Monday.
Norrie overcame a slow start to
beat Tiafoe 7-6 (7-5) 6-0 in the men’s
singles rubber yesterday. He breezed
through the second set to win in just
69 minutes.
While the mixed doubles was a live
rubber, it had no bearing on Group B
and who would make it through to
tomorrow’s final.
The Swiss pair of Roger Federer
and Belinda Bencic have already earnt
their chance to defend the title they
won last summer.
In today’s action, hosts Australia
and tournament favourites Germany
will battle for a place in the decider in
Group A. In group’s other tie, Spain
and France will be playing for pride.
Serena Williams in action in Perth yesterday, and (inset) her husband Alexis Ohania with their daughter Alexis. Picture: Getty
By BOO BAILEY
IT’S A FUNNY SUMMER
ARNIE OF ARABIA
AUSTRALIA’S last woman
standing at the Brisbane International, Ajla Tomljanovic, has
revealed how a mental overhaul has helped her prepare for
a stronger 2019 season.
Tomljanovic, who will next
week be ranked higher than
her boyfriend, world No. 52
Nick Kyrgios, today meets fifth
seed Karolina Pliskova in a
quarter-final showdown.
Australia’s world No. 46 has
had an impressive start to her
campaign with wins over two
higher-ranked
opponents,
Czech Katerina Siniakova and
Brit Johanna Konta. However,
Pliskova, a former world No. 1
now ranked No. 8, is her greatest challenge of the tournament
but mentally Tomljanovic is in
the best place of her career.
She dropped her opening set
against Siniakova
and still managed
to fight back, while
Konta presented a
different challenge
on
Wednesday,
forcing a tie-break
in the second set.
On both occasions Tomljanovic
(pictured) showed
great composure
and she said it was something
she had worked hard on over
the past 12 months, even sometimes referring to a psychologist.
“I kind of try to draw on experience and what to do next
time to not make the same
mistake,” she said of her mental development. “I was always
open to working with a psychologist. I wouldn’t say I’ve
done anything like that in the
off-season (in Florida), but
throughout the year I’ll give it
a call or … kind of go back to
my basics if I need to.
“The thoughts that come into
my head are still the same. It’s just
how I respond to it now. Before it
was like, ‘oh my God, don’t lose,
don’t choke’ … really negative.
“I still have these thoughts,
but I just kind of try to stay in
the moment and in the present
and not worry about the next
point or the next game. My dad
always tries to tell me to try to
enjoy life right now because
that’s what you have.’’
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to make another comeback
after
the
injury-plagued
Spaniard withdrew from his
season-opening tournament
in Brisbane with a thigh strain.
It prompted more fears over
the 32-year-old’s long-term
future in tennis.
Nadal, who won his 17th
grand slam title at Roland
Garros last year, has not
played a competitive match
since September.
He has also lost the world
No. 1 ranking to Djokovic, who
has one of modern sport’s
greatest rivalries with Nadal.
“He has done the comebacks for so many times in his
career that you always believe
that he can do it again,” Djokovic said after reaching the
Qatar Open quarter-finals.
“Sport needs Rafa, no question about it.
“He is one of the greatest
legends of all time and we want
to see him play.”
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Osaka turns
tables after
slow start
US Open champion Naomi
Osaka has overcome a first-set
stumble to become the first
woman into the Brisbane
International semi-finals.
The world No.5 overcame
eighth-seeded Latvian Anastasija Sevastova 3-6 6-0 6-4 in 90
minutes.
The Japanese second seed
will play the winner of the
quarter-final
between
Ukraine’s Lesia Tsurenko and
Estonia’s Anett Kontaveit.
World No.11 Sevastova won
both her clashes against Osaka
last year. And the 28-year-old
looked like making it three in a
row when she jumped to a 2-0
lead before claiming the first
set in 33 minutes.
A shell-shocked Osaka, 21,
received some comforting
words from coach Sascha Bajin
before she came out swinging.
Osaka turned the match on
its ear, claiming the second set
in just 20 minutes and cruising
to a 3-1 lead in the third before
Sevastova responded.
PAUL MALONE
COMEBACK player JoWilfried Tsonga has drawn a
comparison between Alex
de Minaur and former world
No.1 Lleyton Hewitt.
Tsonga expects a high-energy opponent tonight when
he faces the young Australian in a quarter-final at the
Brisbane International.
“Maybe he is a little aggressive (than Hewitt was),’’
Tsonga said.
“He can do many things
on court. He has the same
legs, and he will for sure be
one of the favourites in years
to come.
“I like to watch him play.’’
Instead of facing world
No.2 Rafael Nadal, who
withdrew from the tournament on Wednesday due
to injury, Tsonga, the
former world No.5,
won his way into the
quarter-finals
by downing
lucky loser
Taro Daniel of Japan
7-6
(7-5)
6-3 yesterday, moving
33
places to
No.206 in the
live rankings.
“You go from
the challenger
to the guy that is
supposed to win
— it’s not easy,” Tsonga said
of the late switch.
Before his Brisbane successes,
Tsonga, 33,
had played
only
six
matches —
winning one
— since his
return to the
tour in September after a sevenmonth recovery
from knee surgery.
Leading Australian coach Darren
Cahill believes 19year-old de Minaur will have had a
successful 2019 if
he remains in the
top 50, instead of building
on his No.31 ranking.
Cahill, who coached a 20year-old Lleyton Hewitt to
No.1 18 years ago, said de
Minaur would have to
strengthen his body and become attuned to his second
full year of tour life.
“The next year is going to
be important to Alex,’’
Cahill said.
“Defending results in a
breakthrough year is difficult.
“If at the end of next
year he is still ranked in the
top 50, he can claim that as
a big success. Then he can
start to build.
“Over the next two or
three years, with guidance
and building up some
strength and improving his
game from the back of the
court, there is no telling how
good he is going to be.’’
Triple Wimbledon champion John Newcombe said
last month that a goal this
year for de Minaur, who is
one of only two teenagers
ranked in the men’s top 100,
could be to break into the
top 20.
“It’s a long year and a
ranking is just a number,’’ de
Minaur said.
“I will make sure I am
giving 150 per cent each time
I step out there.
“That’s all I can ask of
myself, that and looking
after myself and to keep
learning.’’
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TWO CRITICS – ONE CAR
CHIP OFF THE
OLD BLOCK
T
he Karoq, which sits below the awardwinning Kodiaq large SUV in Skoda’s
range, is a touch smaller and far
cheaper than its platform-sharing
Volkswagen Tiguan cousin.
It’s available from $29,990 before on-roads
for the base manual, but our test car was an
options-heavy automatic version costing
$41,890.
FIRST IMPRESSIONS
IAIN: You bought a little Skoda Fabia wagon as
the family car, could you be tempted into a midsize Karoq SUV?
JULES: Yes, and I’m disappointed Santa didn’t
bring me one for Christmas.
IAIN: As our kids are getting bigger I
understand the lure of the SUV, and the Karoq
looks good value from $29,990.
JULES: That’s with manual gearbox and not
many goodies though.
IAIN: Which is why ours is loaded. It comes
with dual-clutch auto ($2200) and $8900
Launch Pack bringing loads of fruit. Skoda has
clever individual packs with leather,
convenience and safety tech, so you can cherry
pick for your needs.
JULES: At more than $40,000 it’s still
reasonable for an SUV with all the luxury and
convenience kit I’d want as a mum.
IAIN: What do you think of thee styling?
It’s a touch bland I reckon.
JULES: It’s not as sexy as a VW
W Tiguan
ut the rest
and the front grille is blocky, but
looks edgy and superb.
size
IAIN: It looks small for a mid-size
SUV. It’s shorter and lower than
an
the segment-leading Mazda
CX-5, but is wider with more
headroom and boot space.
Clever.
THE LIVING SPACE
JULES: It feels truly luxurious in
here. Elegant design, leather
everywhere and I love the wideescreen monitor.
IAIN: That’s a 9.2-inch
touchscreen with satnav, plus it
id
has Apple CarPlay and Android
Auto smartphone mirroring.
ne
Wireless charging for the phone
too.
JULES: The flat-bottom perforated
rated
leather steering wheel feels
excellent, but the gear shifter iss
unnecessarily huge.
IAIN: Leather seats are heated
d and
the driver’s is electric too, and it
feels really roomy inside.
JULES: The aircon kicks in
quickly, I’m a big fan of Skoda’ss
in-door bin, but for such a smart
art
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drive. It’s quiet, smooth and economical for
long highway kilometres, plus there’s enough
ground clearance for a bit of unsealed driving.
Excellent turning circle too.
THE FAMILY
thinking car, I couldn’t fit a sports bottle in the
cup holders, nor could the kids get drink bottles
in their rear armrest holes.
IAIN: Ten ambient light colours plus a premium
Canton sound system are standouts. It’s an
excellent cabin overall.
THE COMMUTE
JULES: It’s pretty punchy when you get up to
speed.
IAIN: It’s only a 110kW 1.5-litre, but thanks to its
turbocharger you get decent shove from the
four-cylinder.
JULES: It does take a while to respond though.
IAIN: Agreed. The seven-speed auto gearbox
can be a bit jerky at low speeds, then slow to
wake up when you plant the throttle. It’s
smooth and sharp once you’re moving though.
JULES: A lovely cruiser too, especially with
radar cruise control. It’s well insulated and you
sit nice and high.
THE SHOPPING
S
IAIN Skoda performs miracles
IAIN:
with boots, and the Karoq’s is
huge
hugely versatile. You can slide the
rear sseats forward for 588 litre of
spac
space; that’s over 100 litres more
than a Mazda CX-5, Hyundai
tha
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Tucson or Kia Sportage.
JJULES: A wave of my foot
u
under the rear bumper lifts the
ttailgate. Great when you have
arms full of shopping.
IAIN: I like the hooks mounted on bars at the
side of the boot to hang bags.
JULES: Ideal for eggs or a roast chicken.
IAIN: And I know people who can’t park
shouldn’t be allowed to drive, but the Karoq’s
automatic parking tech means all you have to
do is press a button and it uses 12 sensors to
parallel or perpendicular park itself.
JULES: I told the kids there was a ghost in
charge as the steering wheel moved by itself.
They loved it.
SUNDAY RUN
IAIN: It’s not heavy for an SUV so it handles
and grips really well, but the engine means it’s
not sporty.
JULES: A road trip would be my ideal Sunday
IAIN: We returned 7.5L/100km, it has a fiveyear warranty with three-year service pack for
$790, plus safety kit such as lane assist and blind
spot detection. Pretty compelling for a family
car.
JULES: Sadly we couldn’t fit an adult between
the two child seats in the back, but that’s typical
of mid-size SUVs.
IAIN: The kids had plenty of room though.
They had plastic iPad tablet holders on the back
of the front seats, which I smacked my head on
— twice — when buckling a child in.
JULES: User error I’d say. The kids’ bikes fitted
in with seats slid forward, and the rubber floor
mat was ideal for the wet and mud.
IAIN: I could totally remove the rear seats just
by folding them up and unclipping. I carried
two bikes upright in the back with front wheels
removed. Van-like, proving we don’t need a
larger SUV.
THE VERDICT
JULES: Skoda knows what a family really
wants. Bags of practicality and clever features,
plus the Karoq looks good. If it only were a bit
more fun it would be close to my ideal.
IAIN: A more powerful all-wheel-drive version
is due later this year. I love the Karoq’s
versatility, but for it to be a great car it needs lots
of options included as with ours. With the
inclusions, it looks excellent value.
AT A GLANCE
SKODA KAROQ 110TSI DSG
$32,290 plus
on-roads
(good value)
$41,890 as
tested
5 years/
unlimited km
(good) $790
over 3 years
(cheap)
1.5-litre 4-cyl
turbo petrol,
110kW/250Nm
(very good)
5 Stars, 7 airbags, AEB, adaptive cruise,
multi-collision braking, rear obstacle
detection and braking (very good)
5.8L/100km
(good)
Space saver
(not ideal)
479-1810L
(spacious)
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THIS YEAR’S
MODELS
SUVs dominate the new arrivals for 2019 as
some of our most popular cars are reborn
IAIN CURRY
T
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he New Year is shaping up to be a
bumper one for car launches. There’ll
be a glut of new SUVs, with hybrid
and even full electric versions finally
looking affordable to the masses.
SUV spurners can look forward to new
hatchbacks and utes too.
Here are the 10 biggest arrivals for 2019.
hybrid, Toyota’s first in an SUV. Shoppers can
choose a front-drive 127kW 2.0-litre petrol or
AWD 152kW 2.5-litre petrol, the latter detuned
in the hybrid version and given electric motors
for a combined 155kW. Expect prices to start
from $31,000 for the petrol; the smarter Hybrid
pick will be closer to $40k.
TOYOTA RAV4
The return of a legend, albeit with a
disappointing European crash-test rating, the
little Suzuki 4WD fan favourite will arrive on
Australia Day. No word on specifications or
pricing — from about $24,000 looks likely —
but Suzuki Australia says more than 200 of
these lightweight baby SUVs have been preordered. Price, spec and safety kit will climb
Overdue a revamp, the strong-selling RAV4
mid-size SUV makes way for an all-new
tougher-looking version in the second quarter
of 2019. Edgier design is complemented by a
roomier cabin with a bigger boot and
impressive safety features. Under the bonnet,
the diesel engine’s been axed and replaced by a
SUZUKI JIMNY
with different grades. It’ll feature an oldfashioned ladder-frame chassis, 75kW 1.5-litre
petrol engine, low range gears and choice of
five-speed manual or four-speed auto. Value
and off-road ability will outweigh practicality
and dynamics, but it should sell on looks alone.
SUZUKI JIMNY
Only Toyota’s Corolla outsells Mazda3 in the
passenger car segment, and there’s a design
revolution for the all-new hatchback and sedan.
Set for a mid-year arrival, the 3 displays “a new
form of elegance”, according to Mazda, and its
sleek lines are at their boldest on the five-door
hatch’s giant rear pillars. There’s a cleaner and
more driver-focused cabin with new 8.8-inch
screen, while efforts have been made to reduce
the 3’s notorious cabin noise issue. Expect 2.0litre and 2.5-litre petrol engines with six-speed
manual or auto gearbox, followed later by a
super-efficient engine and perhaps all-wheeldrive. Prices should start at about $22,000.
MITSUBISHI TRITON
The go-to choice for value in the gangbusters
ute segment, the 2019 Triton gets the mother of
mid-life facelifts and improved safety kit.
Arriving next month with a bolder grille,
muscular wheel arches and new off-road
selector, it nails the tough and durable remit.
Its 133kW 2.4-litre turbo-diesel engine and
leaf-sprung rear end remain, but a six-speed
auto replaces the old five-cogger. Cabin
materials are softer touch, while safety will rival
the Mercedes X-Class and Ford Ranger with
auto emergency braking, blind spot warning,
around-view camera and rear cross-traffic
alert. It’ll remain good value, but the current
dual cab run-out deal of $33k is unlikely to be
repeated any time soon.
VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREG
VW will target Benz and BMW SUV shoppers
with its third-gen Touareg, platform sharing
with the Porsche Cayenne and Audi Q7. The
new model has a sharper design, with a longer
and wider body, but it remains only a five-seater
with generous boot space. Fancy options
include air suspension, rear-wheel steering, and
giant 15-inch touchscreen beside a 12.3-inch
TOYOTA RAV4
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ACCORD
Prefer a proper car to the tsunami of SUVs? The tenthgeneration Honda Accord drops late in the year.
Honda knows its flagship sedan won’t sell in big
numbers — just 168 have shifted in 2018 so far — but
the model’s 30-year history in Australia has inspired
loyalty from Honda if not buyers.
The new Accord is already on sale in overseas left-
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hand-drive markets with edgier styling and prestigetargeting leaps in luxury, safety and technology, so
expect a price of more than $40,000.
A petrol-electric hybrid version to challenge
Toyota’s Camry Hybrid looks a shoo-in to go with the
choice of 145kW 1.5-litre or 191kW 2.0-litre turbo fourcylinders.
MAZDA3
digital display. Diesel power only, with the
Launch Edition running the 190kW/500Nm
3.0-litre V6 turbo seen in the Amarok ute.
Current prices start at $75k, so expect the new
one to add a few grand when it appears in the
second quarter of the year.
HYUNDAI KONA ELECTRIC
Following Hyundai’s all-electric Ioniq launch
last month, its EV onslaught continues with the
Kona Electric due late this year. The zeroemissions small SUV features a 39kWh or
64kWh battery pack; the latter offering
150kW/395Nm and a claimed real-world
driving range of more than 400km. Buyers have
been slow to embrace electric vehicles, but the
Kona EV lands in the new-car market’s fastgrowing segment, boosting its chances of
success. An estimated price of $50,000 makes it
a niche but fascinating offering.
KIA SP
The Kia SP concept unveiled at India’s Auto
Expo early last year will eventually morph into
the maker’s entrant in the highly competitive
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HYUNDAI KONA EV
city SUV segment. Due towards the end of the
year, the pint-sized SUV will take on the likes of
Mazda’s CX-3 and Hyundai’s Kona. Kia is at
pains to point out that the new car won’t be a
Kona clone, although it will be built in Korea.
Details are scarce, and the production vehicle
won’t look quite the same as the concept, but
rumours suggest it may be powered by a small
1.0-litre turbo and be equipped to compete as a
more up-market model. Kia will also debut the
new E-Niro electric SUV late in the year.
the crowded mid-size SUV segment in the
second half of 2019. The new arrival will slot in
between Renault’s Captur and the larger Koleos
SUV, with an expected starting price of about
$25,000. It shares underpinnings with Nissan’s
Qashqai, and although Europe loves the diesel
version, it’s likely we’ll only get a choice of 1.3litre and 1.5-litre turbo petrol engines. Frontand all-wheel-drive versions are on sale
overseas, but expect two driven wheels to be the
preferred option here.
RENAULT KADJAR
JEEP WRANGLER
The French player will drop its Kadjar SUV into
Dropping in the first quarter of this year, the
VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREG
new Wrangler has not got off to the best start
with a one-star crash rating from Euro NCAP.
Aussie versions won’t fare as poorly as they’ll be
available with AEB and other safety tech
missing on the version crash tested in Europe.
The new JL model is the first all-new Wrangler
since 2007, and we’ll get short-wheelbase twodoor and long-wheelbase four-doors and
choice of 212kW 3.6-litre V6 petrol or 147kW
2.2-litre turbo-diesel engine, from about
$39,000. Expect multiple grades headed by the
most hardcore Rubicon, an increase in
refinement and technology, plus later, a
segment-shaking Gladiator ute version.
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THE GARAGE
Our new EV had a baptism
of fire over Christmas
RICHARD BLACKBURN
I
s the universe telling us something?
The latest addition to the garage,
Hyundai’s planet-friendly, zero-emissions
Ioniq, has had a baptism of fire courtesy of
Australia’s increasingly unpredictable
weather.
Australia’s cheapest electric car was first
battered by a freak hailstorm, then made to
sweat on Christmas Day with a trip to the
relatives in stifling heat and infuriatingly slow
traffic.
Weather extremes tend to sap the range of
EVs and this was confirmed as soon as the key
was turned and the aircon was cranked up to
fullbore. The Ioniq’s official “real world” range
is 230km but ours dipped to 190km by the time
the family eventually piled in the back.
From the driver’s seat, a couple of things
strike you immediately. In lieu of a traditional
knob to shift the car into drive, there are four
buttons — drive, park, neutral and reverse. It
takes a bit of getting used to but it clears more
space in the centre console. So too does the lack
of a transmission tunnel, which frees up room
for handy storage in between the driver and
front passenger. The wireless phone charger is a
neat hi-tech touch as well.
With drive selected and the Ioniq fully
loaded with five people and presents, we took
off smoothly, silently and with a satisfying
amount of oomph.
The airconditioning drew initial complaints
from the back seat, but up front driver and
passenger had found the seat cooling function
and couldn’t work out what the fuss was about.
AT A GLANCE
ASSAULT ON BATTERY
The aircon did struggle a little getting the
whole cabin cool, though, despite the rear air
vents. We had to turn it to full blast for a while
before everybody was happy.
Once on the road you are struck by just how
normal the Ioniq feels. Some hybrids and EVs
have a wooden feel to the brake pedal but the
Ioniq’s feels more natural and progressive. Not
that you need to use it very often in stop-start
traffic as the regenerative engine braking
function will slow the car down when you lift
off the accelerator.
For the EV uninitiated, regenerative braking
uses the electric motor rather than the brake
HYUNDAI IONIQ EV
PRICE About $54,000
WARRANTY/SERVICE 5 yrs u’ltd km, $480
over 3 yrs
SAFETY 5 stars, 7 airbags, auto emergency
braking, rear cross-traffic alert, blind spot alert,
lane keep assist, active cruise control
ENGINE 88kW/295Nm electric motor
THIRST 115Wh/km
SPARE repair kit
BOOT 350L
pads and discs to slow the car when you lift off
the accelerator. It works the same as picking a
lower gear in a conventional car. The motor
switches into generator mode and — an added
bonus — feeds charge back into the battery.
Steering, cornering and ride comfort are all
typical Hyundai, which is a good thing. The car
soaks up bumps well and while it’s no sports car,
it feels composed through the bends. As for the
range, it was showing 165km after only 15
kilometres, but by the time we’d completed our
return journey of roughly 55km, we still had
145km range. Not bad with devices charging,
stereo blaring and aircon pumping.
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USED CAR
The value-packed Cerato is
a shrewd second-hand buy
IAIN CURRY
I
f you’re in the market for a true blue sensible
small used car, Kia’s Cerato is your no frills
hero.
A long-time bestseller for the brand, the
Cerato is cheap to buy and maintain, has an
industry-leading seven year warranty (preOctober 2014 cars had five years) and most
owners report strong reliability and positive
ownership experiences.
Okay, the Cerato will hardly make you weak
at the knees with its performance, but it looks
good and Kia’s local suspension tune means it
corners respectably and rides comfortably.
Standard kit and safety are strong for the
segment, boot and cabin space are impressive
and it comes with excellent features.
The current-generation Cerato launched in
mid-2018, so many satisfied owners of the
previous generation have updated, meaning
hundreds litter the classifieds.
Only the very earliest 2013 Ceratos will be
out of warranty today, so avoid these to ensure
peace of mind.
The Cerato sedan arrived in April 2013,
followed by a five-door hatchback in August
2013.
Scour the classifieds and you’ll notice the
hatchback was the more popular choice; it
looked better and loading into the boot was
easier through the hatch.
The Cerato was powered by a 1.8-litre petrol
engine in entry-level S model but you scored a
stronger 2.0-litre petrol in mid-spec Si and
flagship SLi. All came with a six-speed manual
gearbox or six-speed auto (a $2000 option); the
latter being the popular choice.
Entry models lumbered with 16-inch steel
wheels were priced at less than $20,000 but
came with six airbags, Bluetooth, cruise control,
USB port and parking sensors.
More desirable Si grade had 16-inch alloys,
chrome exterior trim, electric mirrors, 4.3-inch
screen, push-button start, rear camera and rear
air vents.
It got a bit fancy with the SLi, which boasted
17-inch alloys, LED running lights, leather
heated seats (power for driver), dual-zone
climate control, sunroof, colour LCD display
and paddle shifters for the auto gearbox.
Prioritise cars built after June 2014 as they
were updated with a larger 7-inch touchscreen,
satnav and DVD player on all bar the S model.
In May 2016 a facelifted Cerato landed with
more prominent front grille, sharper
headlights, new wheel design and improved
cabin materials.
A new 112kW/192Nm 2.0-litre petrol engine
was shared range-wide, a bit down on power
from before but with better fuel economy. Autos
were standard on all but the base S model.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto arrived for
all but the S (it was a $500 option), the Si gained
leather seats, blind-spot monitor, lane-change
assist and rear cross-traffic alert. The SLi added
ventilated driver’s seat, lane-departure warning
and forward-collision warning.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR
With so many used Ceratos to choose from,
prioritise those with warranty remaining. All
bought from October 2014 have a seven-year
warranty, any before that have five years.
Ceratos were popular with fleets and rental
car companies, especially the cheapie S grade.
Such models probably won’t have been as
well cared for as private cars, so seek out oneowner Ceratos with full history. Popular with
the more mature buyer, there are good low
kilometre examples.
If hauling kids or adults in the rear seat, only
Si and SLi grades have rear air vents to keep
them cool. Alloy wheels and better features —
especially the reversing camera — make these
worth the extra money.
Most common owner complaints regard the
infotainment. Check the screen (where fitted)
turns on and stays on, navigates through menus
quickly and the reverse camera works. Connect
your phone via Bluetooth to ensure it functions
— poor connectivity is often raised — and if
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is fitted, plug
your phone in and check it works.
Built-in satnav map updates have also been a
headache. Pre-May 2016 Ceratos used thirdparty Motrex head units before Kia developed
its own, and updates for the older units can
prove costly.
A few aircon and cruise control gremlins
have been mentioned, so check these. Some
owners have experienced vibrations when
driving — discount any doing so. Reports of
excessive road noise can be due to the tyres, so
do a highway test at 100km/h to ensure you can
tolerate this.
Major mechanical problems are rarely
reported due to warranty covering such things,
but in general these big ticket items are proving
reliable.
KIA CERATO
Larger and more refined for 2013,
a new Cerato launched in
Australia as a sedan first, with a
hatchback following a few
months later. All trim levels were
available with the choice of
manual or automatic
transmissions, but manuals
accounted for a tiny proportion of
the 53,125 cars sold by Kia during
the period.
At present, nearly 1100
examples of this generation
Cerato are listed for sale on
carsales.com.au. Of those, more
than three-quarters are hatches,
while more than half are the basic
‘S’ grade automatic models.
There is no difference in retail
value for Cerato hatches and
sedans. The basic Cerato S from
2013 — $19,990 new — is now
valued at $9,700. At $29,990
new, the SLi of the same year is
now worth $14,700.
The Cerato doesn’t retain its
value as well as the Toyota
Corolla, Mazda3
or Hyundai
i30.
AT A GLANCE
KIA CERATO 2013-18
PRICE NEW $19,990-$32,490
SAFETY 5 stars
ENGINES 1.8-litre 4-cyl petrol,
110kW/178Nm; 2.0-litre 4-cyl petrol,
129kW/209Nm or 112kW/192Nm
TRANSMISSIONS 6-speed manual or 6speed auto; FWD
THIRST 6.6-7.4L/100km
IAIN SAYS
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Most preloved Ceratos have warranty
remaining, a huge benefit to used buyers.
Reliable, practical and safe, the Kia’s a smart
choice across the board. Aim for higher grades
for impressive features for your money.
OWNER SAYS
We bought a new Cerato SLi sedan in February
2017 because it had a full-sized spare, used
regular or E10 fuel, came with a seven-year
warranty and had 12 month service intervals. In
17,000 kilometres it has been the right size for
us, comfortable and a little bit luxurious. It has
not been without its problems; the boot leaked
from a pinhole in a weld in the boot channel
and the boot opened spontaneously on several
occasions. These were fixed under warranty,
the opening issue was a known problem
requiring new keys. Kia changed the rules on
satnav updates, very annoying as they now
charge $280 per update. Not sure if we would
buy another Kia.
Ron & Denise Eslick
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A DIFFERENT PATH
Jeep’s
Je
Cherokee is comfortable and capable,
but hamstrung by a thirsty V6
I
BILL McKINNON
f you want a 4WD with genuine off-road
ability there are a squillion large wagons to
choose from, the top sellers being Toyota’s
LandCruiser Prado and the Isuzu MUX.
But if you want your fair dinkum, bunyip
chasin’, dirt magnet offroader in a smaller size,
say something closer to a softroader SUV like
the Mazda CX5, your options are pretty limited.
To one brand, in fact. Jeep.
VALUE
The 2019 Jeep Cherokee is the first major
update since the 2014 model. The Trailhawk
we’re testing sits at the top of the line-up and
costs $48,450. It’s powered by a 3.2-litre V6,
matched with a nine-speed auto.
While more bitumen-focused Cherokee
variants are available with front-wheel drive
(from $35,950) and high-range-only all-wheel
drive (from $41,950), Trailhawk is the full offroad package, with Jeep’s part-time, dual-range,
locking rear differential Active Drive Lock
system as standard, plus beefier suspension,
raised ride height (by 36mm to 221mm), front
tow hooks, bash plates, all-terrain 245/70
Bridgestone tyres on 17 inch alloys (but a space
saver spare), hill descent control and Rock
mode added to the traction control menu.
COMFORT
Trailhawk’s power-adjustable, heated driver’s
seat has a short cushion and minimally
bolstered backrest, so while comfortable in a
basic sense it’s not particularly supportive.
A compact, efficient dash has everything
close at hand, plenty of storage and two each of
USBs and 12 volt sockets. Touchscreen
infotainment includes Apple CarPlay/Android
Auto, seamless Bluetooth, navigation, voice
control, digital radio and premium Alpine sound.
A firm rear bench can be tightish for
legroom with tall occupants up front, and for
headroom with the optional full length sunroof
fitted. It’s well set up for kids, with elevated
seating, good vision out of the side windows,
vents, storage and a couple of USBs.
SAFETY
Cherokee has automatic emergency braking,
lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring
and rear cross traffic detection as standard.
Trailhawk adds auto parking, while adaptive
cruise is bundled with partial leather upholstery
and a few other frills for $1450.
DRIVING
Most car makers bailed out of mid-capacity,
naturally-aspirated V6s years ago, because of
their inherently inefficient nature. Compared
with smaller capacity four-cylinder
turbocharged engines, they lack usable,
accessible torque, require deep, frequent drinks
and produce relatively high CO2 emissions.
So despite having nine ratios to play with,
the 3.2-litre V6 in Cherokee doesn’t really work,
especially with close to 1.9 tonnes behind it.
Peak power of 200kW at 6500rpm sounds
heroic, but the V6 struggles below 3500rpm. Its
315Nm of torque at 4300rpm is too little and
2300rpm too late for a 4WD engine.
It does the job OK in town where the
transmission’s closely spaced lower ratios and a
responsive accelerator disguise its inefficiencies,
but it won’t pull eighth or ninth at highway
speeds, so you cruise along in sixth or seventh,
the transmission kicking back with a lurch to as
low as third on hills, then hunting incessantly as
it tries to keep the revs north of 3000rpm.
As a result, open road fuel economy is
terrible. The test car averaged 11-13.6L/100km
(on regular unleaded) on a Melbourne-Sydney
return run on the Hume — about twice as much
as a four-cylinder turbodiesel would use on the
same trip and at least 50 per cent more than an
efficient four-cylinder turbo petrol engine. The
60L tank gives you a safe range of just 400km.
Jeep claims a maximum towing weight of
2200kg. If you try that out, carry a couple of
jerry cans for fill-ups between servos.
Driven gently around town, the V6 used 1315L/100km with automatic stop/start helping
its cause. Again, a four-cylinder turbo engine
would be much more frugal.
Jeep offers Cherokee with 2.0-litre fourcylinder turbo petrol and diesel engines in
other markets, but not here. That’s a mistake.
Cherokee uses an SUV-style unitary
construction body with independent
suspension at both ends. It’s a nicely tuned
compromise for control and compliance, so
Trailhawk is more agile, confident and secure
than most larger 4WD wagons and the ride,
though firm, is comfortable and absorbent even
on a rough bush track.
In low range Rock mode Trailhawk will walk
up, or down, a nasty, rutted, steep slope with
impressive comfort and control, aided by an
extremely indirect 48.3:1 crawl ratio. It has its
limitations off road — a relatively shallow
480mm fording depth, for example — but,
when things get seriously dirty, no comparablysized SUV can touch the Jeep.
HEART SAYS
I know Jeeps have their issues, but they’re just so
AT A GLANCE
JEEP CHEROKEE TRAILHAWK
$48,450
(reasonable)
5 yrs w’ty
(avg); $2155
over 4 yrs
(expensive)
3.2-litre V6,
200kW/
315Nm
(average)
5 stars, 7 airbags, AEB, blind spot
monitoring, lane departure warning,
rear cross traffic alert (good)
10.2L/100km
(thirsty)
Space saver
(not good)
570L (above
average)
much sexier than Toyotas, Nissans, Mitsubishis
and the other drop dead boring four-wheeldrives out there.
HEAD SAYS
I don’t want a big 4WD because I would be
paying for space I don’t need. I want a smaller
one with similar off road capability and all the
creature comforts too. This looks like my only
option.
ALTERNATIVE
SUZUKI GRAND VITARA FROM $25,990
Old engineering and basic specification, but the
Suzuki offers off road capability and a cheap
price. It runs a 122kW/225Nm 2.4-litre petrol
four-cylinder with five-speed manual or fourspeed auto and has part time, dual-range 4WD.
ATTACK OF THE GREMLINS
VERDICT
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En route to Sydney, in Albury, the Trailhawk’s transmission
became stuck in second gear and the engine fault dash light
came on. The coolant temperature gauge stopped working,
yet the engine overheating light also flashed. Weird.
I stopped the car and restarted it. As is often the case
when digitised electrics go haywire, everything returned
to normal, but I took the car into the Albury Jeep dealer
for a check. He ran the fault codes and could find no
problems, so he reset the engine fault light and we
continued. The rest of the trip to Sydney and back to
Melbourne was trouble-free. Jeep also investigated when
I returned the car, but could find no problem either.
A capable, comfortable,
well-equipped offroader
stuck with an engine that’s
about as wrong a choice
for this type of vehicle as
it’s possible to make.
Brand reliability baggage
refuses to go away.
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LANGUAGE BARRIER
I agree with Tim Nankivell bemoaning us
calling utes “pick-up trucks” these days.
Reporters also use other Americanisms like
“powerplant” for engine, and “drivetrains” for
the gearbox. When will you change boot to
“trunk” and bonnet to “hood”? Let’s get on
with our own wording.
Warren Voyce, via email
Your objection to “pick-up trucks” is noted.
Drivetrain is a tricky one because it refers to more
than just the gearbox (driveshaft, differential, axles
etc). As for “powerplants”, “trunks” and “hoods”,
the editor has assured me you won’t see them in
our liftout any time soon.
NEW SET OF WHEELS
I’m 71 years old, my mobility is deteriorating
and a wheelchair is getting closer. We have a
2010 Audi Q5 TDI and are happy with its
performance. We drive about 15,000km per
year including long trips, so are looking for
something comfortable, with good driving
characteristics. I’m not sure if car firms have
models available with wheelchair lifts or if they
have to be modified by a specialist?
Erwin Hermes, via email
Car firms don’t offer wheelchair lifts or ramps, but
specialists like AutoMobility and Freedom Motors
Australia do conversions on certain cars. Such
companies are best placed to discuss your exact
future needs. As far as vehicles go, popular choices
are the Kia Carnival and Soul, VW Caddy and
Multivan, Honda Odyssey and Mercedes-Benz
Vito. If you don’t want a van the Honda Odyssey or
Kia Soul are worth a look; the Odyssey VTi-L offers
similar luxury to your Audi if not the driving
dynamics. If you’re able to fold and store a
wheelchair and still walk to your seat, your Q5’s
boot will suffice for now and worth hanging on to,
as ramp and lift conversions are expensive.
FAULTY TYRE
Re the DOT number giving tyre build dates, the
first two numbers refer to week of build, not
month as you stated. A DOT number saying
0517 indicates it was built in the 5th week of
2017, not the fifth month.
David Taylor, Warehouse Manager, Tyres4U,
Regency Park, SA
Apologies for the mistake. The DOT build date was
explained correctly when responding to a letter a
few weeks ago, but last week’s explanation was
faulty. I must have been “tyred”.
CHANGE OF SERVICE
I notice Jeep has changed its service intervals
from six months/10,000km to 12
months/15,000km. Does this mean I can
safely change to these intervals with my 2013
Grand Cherokee diesel? The car is now out of
warranty, and Jeep says I can’t change the
service schedule stated in the service book.
Are they saying it like it is or gouging me?
Stuart Bingham, via email
Services every six months are becoming
increasingly rare, but Jeep is right, your 2013
AMERICAN PRIDE
Will you be doing a road test of the awesome
C7 ZR1 Chevrolet Corvette, or are you only
interested in boring, overpriced and
overrated European and Asian so-called
supercars?
Zelko, via email
If you can get hold of one for us Zelko, I’ll
happily road test the 563kW/969Nm 6.2-litre
Cherokee should be serviced according to what
was stipulated when it was new. Perhaps consider
a reputable specialist to do just an oil change every
six months if it saves money, then visit Jeep for
your annual service? You have no warranty to risk
voiding.
UNFILTERED
I have a 24,000km 2014 Renault Megane GT
Line, which operated flawlessly until its last
service at the Renault dealership. Since then it
jerks when accelerating. I took it back to the
dealer and contaminated fuel was diagnosed.
The fix was to remove and clean the fuel tank
for $400, or to fill it with premium unleaded
for the next two fills. I opted for the latter, it
improved things slightly but there’s still jerking
when I put my foot down and the idle is noisier
than before the service. What can the problem
be, as I don’t have faith in the Renault dealer
now?
Denise Stone, Brighton, VIC
Your car’s symptoms do tally with water
supercharged V8 weapon; they’re not easy to
find in Australia. More interesting, surely, is
the incoming C8 Corvette with mid-mounted
V8, which should be made in right-hand drive
from the factory and go on sale here late next
year as a GM rear-drive halo sports car. If it
plays in the $200,000-plus supercar arena,
we’ll see how “overrated” the Euros and
Asians are.
contamination in the fuel. How it occurred will be
hard to prove, as it most likely happened when you
filled up just prior to your service; a long time ago
now. If you still have the receipt for this fill-up keep
it safe. It may help with any repair reimbursement
in future. The Renault dealer is most likely not at
fault here, but suggest they go halves with you on
the fuel system flush cost as a goodwill gesture
since there was no problem before the service. If
not, seek a second mechanic’s opinion, and go
back to where you bought your fuel to ask their
procedure if a customer suspects fuel
contamination from fuel they’ve sold. If they’ve
had a contaminated batch of fuel they will have
had similar complaints and may have a claims
process in place with the supplier.
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WRITE TO MOTORING AT PO BOX
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OR CARS@NEWS.COM.AU
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MOTORING
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HEAD TO HEAD
HONDA
CR-V
VTI-LX
$47,750-$49,350
DRIVE-AWAY
19 POINTS
V
SUBARU
FORESTER
2.5I-S
$45,350-$46,700
DRIVE-AWAY
20.5 POINTS
Jump on the SUV bandwagon with a couple
of well-equipped, family-friendly rivals.
There’s little to separate this pair
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Safe and smart — at least in range-topping guise — this Honda
has a lot going for it in terms of family duties. Honda has a solid
five-year warranty, but service intervals are 12 months or
10,000km, which is less than the average person drives each
year. Costs are capped at $295 for each visit. Driving
Australia’s annual average distance will involve four trips
amounting to $1180.
Subaru’s top-spec Forester is about $2500 cheaper than the
Honda yet has similar features, space and performance. The
five-year warranty is on a par with Honda’s normal coverage.
Service intervals for the Forester are 12 months/12,500km.
Capped price servicing is relatively expensive, with the first
three visits totalling $1228.
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Not the prettiest SUV in this segment but it is among the most
practical. Standard gear includes leather upholstery, LED
headlamps, eight-inch infotainment screen with smartphone
mirroring and satnav. Rear seat space is terrific and the 498L
cargo area is up there with the best in the class.
A seven-inch screen is smaller and less easy to use than rivals
but enables smartphone mirroring. There’s plenty of stowage
space and room in the first two rows of seats — the third row is
reserved for children. Boot space with all seats in use is 150L,
expanding to 472L with the third row folded.
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The naturally aspirated 2.5-litre engine (136kW/239Nm) isn’t
nearly as smooth an operator as the Honda but it works better
with its CVT, which is quite happy to let the Forester run to
about 4500rpm and ride near its peak torque. Fuel use is
identical because the Subie’s full-time all-wheel drive is offset
by being 100kg lighter than its rival.
The 1.5-litre turbo (140kW/240Nm) is an enthusiastic
performer held back by a continuously variable transmission
that desperately wants to save the world by minimising fuel
use. That can come at the expense of acceleration, especially
off the line. Fuel use is rated at 7.4L/100km and the CR-V
needs only regular unleaded.
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The Forester has yet to be rated but heads will roll if it doesn’t
score a high five-star rating. Active safety tech includes auto
emergency braking, adaptive cruise, lane-keep, blind-spot
monitoring and rear-cross-traffic alert. Facial recognition not
only adjusts the seat but monitors the driver to ensure they’re
both alert and have their eyes on the road.
The VTi-LX is the only CR-V with active safety software,
including autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assist
and adaptive cruise control. That’s good without coming close
to the technology in the Forester. ANCAP tested it last year
and it scored an impressive 35.76/37.
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The balancing act between comfort and cornering is one of
the CR-V’s strengths. It ultimately favours comfort, meaning it
irons out everything from low-speed humps to highway
corrugations without wallowing when rolling through a turn.
The steering is lifeless but direct and acceleration is OK
without rivalling the benchmark Volkswagen Tiguan.
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VERDICT
Look beyond the boxy looks and the Subaru Forester ticks most of
the boxes in this contest. — Craig Duff
AWD grip is more than a mantra and the Subaru comes into its
own on loose tracks or slick bitumen. Vision all-round is
outstanding and the engine is responsive without being a
powerhouse once you put the boot into it. It rolls a touch more
than the Honda through the turns but is similarly competent
over the most rutted roads.
W
LAP UP THE LUXURY
hether you scored a giant
Christmas bonus or simply want
to blow the kids’ inheritance in
2019, there are plenty of prestige
cars arriving this year to lighten
od
This year promises exciting new tech and good
rs
old-fashioned horsepower for prestige buyers
your wallet.
Here’s out top ten pick of premium products
to look forward to in 2019.
BMW 3 SERIES SEDAN
BMW will launch the X7 SUV, Z4 sports car and
rebirthed 8 Series GT, but an all-new 3 Series
sedan is where the sales volume is.
This seventh-generation 3 Series is longer,
wider and stuffed with new technology. Come
September, expect a range of economical
petrols and diesels plus a plug-in hybrid. You’ll
have to wait until 2020 for the rapid M3 models.
MERCEDES-BENZ EQC
IAIN CURRY
Order books opened for Tesla’s “affordable”
electric car in March 2016, and it looks like
finally the mid-size sedan will arrive by the
middle of the year. Expect a rear-drive entrylevel Model 3 with 350km range and sub-six
seconds 0-100km/h, longer (500km) range
examples, and a hot Performance version with
0-100km/h time of about 3.6 seconds. Prices?
Keep guessing.
JAGUAR F-PACE SVR
Benz will be busy with its new B-Class, A-Class
sedan, A35, CLA, GLS and GLE arriving, but its
EQC SUV headlines as the brand’s first
production electric vehicle. Due by year’s end, it
shares a platform with the GLC SUV and
should cost from $100,000. The EQC has dual
electric motors putting out 300kW and 765Nm,
a 0-100km/h time of 5.1-seconds, all-wheeldrive and a claimed range of 450km.
AUDI Q3
No rest for Audi with the RS5 Sportback, A6, A1
Sportback, e-tron and facelifted TT and R8 due.
In mid-2019 the second-generation Q3 SUV
will do the heavy sales lifting though.
The compact SUV will be bigger, comfier
and flush with Audi’s excellent latest tech and
connectivity. Styling is sportier and more
muscled, with its giant front grille mirroring the
brand’s larger SUVs.
Four-cylinder turbo petrols and diesels will
be offered.
TESLA MODEL 3
VOLVO V60
The elegant F-Pace mid-size SUV scores proper
performance in the $140,020 SVR model, its
405kW supercharged 5.0-litre V8 launching it
to 100km/h in 4.3 seconds and on to a top speed
of 283km/h. Expect bigger brakes, bespoke
suspension, SVR body kit and suitably
obnoxious exhaust sound to suit.
ALFA ROMEO STELVIO Q
Arriving this month, Alfa’s $150,000 Stelvio Q is
another ballistic mid-size premium SUV
newbie. Numbers are epic — 375kW and
600Nm from its 2.9-litre bi-turbo V6 equals a
physics-defying 0-100km/h time of 3.8 seconds.
It’s possible thanks to an eight-speed auto
that shifts gears in less than 100 milliseconds, a
rear-bias all-wheel-drive system plus Alfa’s
active torque vectoring.
Leather, Alcantara, aluminium and carbon
fibre are used inside, while the body boasts
muscled wheel arches, bonnet vents and red
brake calipers behind 20-inch alloys.
Volvo’s lauded XC40, XC60 and XC90 SUV
line-up helped the Swedish brand’s sales grow
by nearly 50 per cent last year, now comes a
gorgeous new wagon, the V60.
Longer and lower than the old version, the
new V60 adopts the XC60’s platform, good
looks and premium cabin but with a sleeker
sports wagon shape.
Expect a range of petrol engines, a T8 plugin hybrid at some point and a start price of
about $60k when it arrives in the third quarter.
LEXUS UX
Toyota’s luxury arm is hopping on the small
SUV bandwagon with the new sub-$45k UX.
Front-drive petrols and hybrids are joined by
a flagship AWD hybrid, each with a fourcylinder petrol engine — 125kW or 131kW with
hybrid — and CVT gearbox.
Sharing the Toyota C-HR’s architecture, the
UX is designed to attract younger buyers to the
brand with relatively cheap entry price and
oodles of standard inclusions.
INFINITI QX50
WHEN MONEY IS NO OBJECT
The new year will be a bumper one for
supercars.
There’s the new Porsche 911 starting from
$265,000 for a 331kW Carrera S, a facelifted
Audi R8 retaining its stonking V10 engine
and hopefully a V8 Lexus LC F coupe. Highriding supercars are covered by
Lamborghini’s $390,000 Urus SUV, good
for 100km/h in 3.6 seconds thanks to its
478kW bi-turbo V8. Traditionalists will
prefer Ferrari’s track-focused 533kW V8
488 Pista for $645,000.
Not enough? Lean towards the MercedesAMG One — an F1 car for the road with more
than 740kW from its electrically-enhanced
1.6-litre turbo V6. Eight versions are
confirmed for Australia and New Zealand,
each about $4 million.
The same money buys an Aston Martin
Valkyrie, with 746kW/740Nm and
11,100rpm redline from its naturallyaspirated 6.5-litre V12, or save millions and
settle for a 597kW twin-turbo V8 McLaren
Senna.
A new QX50 mid-size SUV, due by mid-year,
will look to reverse a sales slide.
The first commercially available car with a
variable-compression engine, it cleverly adjusts
compression ratio depending on load,
promising excellent fuel economy.
Expect semi-autonomous tech, sumptuous
cabin, decent cargo room and a start price of
about $60,000.
GENESIS G70 AND G80
Hyundai’s stand-alone luxury brand Genesis
will finally launch in Australia with the
Mercedes C-Class rivalling G70 and BMW 5Series-sized G80.
Pricing is still unknown but count on lots of
goodies for your dollar as it tries to win buyers.
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