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Ooh, aah $27 million
more for Jane McGrath
Pink Test Л P16-17
Cricket P90-96
Cut-price
claims at
the Opal
EXCLUSIVE
ANNABEL HENNESSY &
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
OPAL Tower subcontractors
claim they were made to work
for ?bargain basement? prices to
build the scandal-plagued tower
and also were not paid on time.
Australian Subcontractors
Association
spokeswoman
Louise Stewart yesterday said
some of the businesses she had
spoken to claimed they were
expected to build the tower for
?unreasonable pay?, and ?when
payment was due it was not
forthcoming?. ?There is systematic poor workmanship in
that project as the result of the
competitive pricing to deliver
that project, ? she said.
Builder Icon ?categorically
rejected? claims of late payments and said it was ?one of
the best payers in the business?.
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$1 billion
back to
school bill
EXCLUSIVE
SHOBA RAO
AUSTRALIAN parents will
collectively spend more than
$1 billion on uniforms and
supplies as children head back
to the classroom in a few weeks.
Parents will spend an average $476 per child on uniforms,
shoes, backpacks, stationery,
lunch boxes and water bottles,
the Back To School 2019 report
has found. The biggest expenses will be uniforms and school
and sports shoes, costing families a national average of $220
per child. But while 81 per cent
of parents said they had started
shopping, 46 per cent admit to
doing it last-minute.
And experts warned, in the
cash-strapped post-Christmas
period, families would be wise
to put money aside early to pay
for the expense of school.
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EXCLUSIVE
Baby Ella slipped quietly into their pool. Just
1 in 10 Aussies would know how to save her
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life
when her dad scooped
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DEADLY STABBING RAMPAGE ON SYDNEY STREET
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EXCLUSIVE
ANNABEL HENNESSY &
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
SUBCONTRACTORS working on the scandal-plagued
Opal Tower were allegedly
made to work for ?bargain
basement prices?, with claims
this led to ?systematic poor
workmanship?.
Some also say they were not
paid on time.
Australian Subcontractors
Association
spokeswoman
Louise Stewart told The Saturday Telegraph eight businesses
claimed they were expected to
build the tower for ?unreasonable pay?, and ?when payment
was due it was not forthcoming?.
It can be revealed one business tried to take legal action
against tower builder Icon
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they ?categorically rejected?
any claims of late payments to
subcontractors. ?Icon is one of
the best payers in the business,?
she said. She said none of the
variations were ?unusual?.
It comes as an interim briefing report released yesterday
by two NSW governmentappointed engineers found ?a
number of design and construction issues?.
A joint statement issued by
Planning Minister Anthony
Roberts? office and professors
Mark Hoffman and John Carter said that ?key information?
was needed to complete the investigation, but that was
expected by the end of the day.
They said investigations revealed ?no evidence of any issues with the foundations of
the building, though we believe
that there are a number of de-
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sign and construction issues
that require further investigation?. Mr Roberts said he believed any discussions on
reoccupying the building
should wait for the independent investigation?s initial
report, which was expected by
the end of next week.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian
yesterday said she ?wholeheartedly? encouraged Opal
Tower residents to explore
legal options, as some considered launching a class action.
?I think residents should
exercise every right, every
legal opportunity they have ?
I would if I was in their shoes,?
Ms Berejiklian said.
Shine Lawyers head of class
action Jan Saddler said the
firm had been approached by a
number of concerned owners
and renters from Opal Tower.
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under the Security of Payments Act. An Icon spokeswoman said the adjudicator
had ruled in their favour.
Ms Stewart said some of the
subcontractor businesses she
had spoken to had issues with
?variations? ? additional work
that had not been in the original contract.
?The project was very competitively priced, which then
meant pressure was placed on
subcontractors to provide their
trade for bargain basementtype prices,? Ms Stewart said.
?There is systematic poor
workmanship in that project as
the result of the competitive
pricing to deliver that project,
and as a result of the subcontractors to deliver for very low
cost and challenges in getting
paid for variations.?
An Icon spokeswoman said
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GROUNDS FOR CELEBRATION
EDWARD BOYD
THESE exclusive images show the
progress that has already been made
at Allianz Stadium as it is converted
into a truly 21st-century arena.
Thousands of seats have already
been removed, the turf is being
uprooted and the giant screens behind
the goalposts are being dismantled at
the Moore Park sporting facility.
Developer Lendlease is in the
process of preparing the site for the
bulldozers, which will arrive as soon as
the Australia v India cricket Test match
finishes at the SCG next door.
SCG Trust chairman Tony Shepherd
said he was ?very pleased? with the
progress being made.
?We will return NSW to the position
where it has the best stadium facilities
in Australia, and as the leading city in
Australia that is more than
appropriate,? he told The Saturday
Telegraph. ?The old Sydney Football
Stadium had past its use by date in
terms of safety, and patron
convenience and comfort, and it was
due to be replaced and the new one
will last for a long time.?
The stadium, built in the late 1980s,
is being knocked down by the
Berejiklian government and will be
reconfigured into a modern,
rectangular stadium at a cost of $730
million. The project is expected to
create more than 600 construction
jobs and support around 300 jobs
once operational in early 2022.
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Burgess
turns to
superstar
LYDIA PEDRANA
& BRIANA DOMJEN
HOLLYWOOD star Russell
Crowe is providing support to
NRL star Sam Burgess, who
yesterday announced he had
split from wife Phoebe.
The Saturday Telegraph
can reveal Burgess fled to
Crowe?s Nana Glen property
near Coffs Harbour between
Christmas and New Year?s Eve
? and is expected to return
there this weekend.
Crowe and
Burgess,
30,
have built a
close relationship ever since
the Englishman
first signed for
the Gladiator
actor?s beloved
Rabbitohs
in
2010. Since then, Sam?s three
brothers George, Thomas and
Luke have all played for
South Sydney.
?Russell has always looked
after the Burgess boys. They?re
like sons to him. He isn?t interested in taking sides but will do
whatever he can to help Sam
through what is clearly a difficult time,? a source said.
Burgess and wife Phoebe ?
who have two children ? are
yet to comment on their marriage breakdown.
The split comes less than a
month after the birth of Sam
and Phoebe?s second child, a
boy named Billy, who was born
on December 9.
New hope in
cancer fight
STOPPING the spread of
Melanoma could be as easy as
cutting off the blood supply to
the cancer, groundbreaking
Australian research has revealed.
Scientists at the University
of Queensland?s Diamantina
Institute have discovered a
way to prevent tumours getting the blood supply they
need and believe they can stop
cancer in its tracks. The scientists have identified stem cells
which form blood vessels in tumours, and figured out how to
?switch off? these cells.
They said this could be useful in treating recently diagnosed patients ? and may
help to prevent cancer from
spreading at an early stage.
ON A PATH TO
DESTRUCTION
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Carjacker dies after stabbing himself and good Samaritan
DERRICK KRUSCHE
A MAN has been left dead
in the street after a brutal
rampage that included a
carjacking, numerous crashes, a police car being
rammed and a stabbing, before he turned the knife
on himself.
The crime spree across
southern and southwest
Sydney began at 3pm after
police tried to pull over a
4WD that had no number
plates, and ended when the
24-year-old driver stabbed
himself to death in Arncliffe
half an hour later.
It all started when the
Greenacre man ? who had
known mental health problems ? rammed the police
car that was trying to stop
him on the Hume Hwy in
Bass Hill. He then drove to
Chullora, where he stole a
Woolworths truck.
He crashed into several
cars while driving the truck,
before a driver tried to use
his ute to block the Woolworths truck on West Botany St in Rockdale.
The man got out and
tried to steal several cars before a brave man, aged in his
20s, ran out of the nearby
Fitness First gym to try to
stop him.
Dramatic vision shows
the moment the offender,
wearing a white shirt, stabs
the good Samaritan once in
the torso in front of horrified
onlookers.
?There was a bloke in a
Woolworths van and then
The video footage shows
the Rockdale stabbing.
he sideswiped ? cars ? he
got out of the car and had a
knife ? he was trying to hijack other cars, he?s gone
across the road and a kid
from the gym ? he?s
stabbed the kid,? one Rockdale resident, Con, said.
Another man said: ?He
was abusing someone,
someone from the gym told
him to calm down and break
it up, and he stabbed him.
?Then he hijacked the
cab and took off.?
As people rushed to help
the injured man, the offender carjacked a taxi and
did a U-turn before driving
away. A police helicopter
tracked the stolen vehicle
before it was stopped in
Arncliffe.
Acting Assistant Commissioner Mick Fitzgerald
said that police were trying
to use a Taser when the man
suddenly stabbed himself in
the chest. Officers performed first aid but he died
at the scene.
?(It?s been indicated) to
us that the offender wasn?t
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trying to intentionally harm
people
on
the
way,
obviously he did,? Mr Fitzgerald said.
?He is known to police,
he has a mental health background, he has not got an
extensive criminal history,
but he is known to police.
?It was a man who was attempting to do everything he
(could) to avoid arrest. When
he stabbed the innocent person (this) is the action of a
person who we believe had
mental health problems.?
The injured good Samaritan, was last night in a stable
condition
after
undergoing surgery in St
George Hospital. NSW Ambulance Inspector Jordan
Emery said bystanders
helped save the man?s life.
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Learn CPR,
it could
save your
child?s life
SUMMER OF
Spike in
drownings
sparks call
for urgent
response
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two other daughters, Keira, 3, as
they played together Thursday.
For the vast majority of Sydney families, what happened next
would have meant disaster.
But Mr Zirps, a longtime surf
club member, is one of less than
10 per cent of Australians who
know how to perform CPR.
He snatched Ella out of the
water and handed her to his
brother-in-law, Joel Chapman,
who also knows the resuscitation
technique that alternately massages the heart and fills the lungs.
?He went straight into one full
breath,? Mr Zirps said.
?He was worried he?d cracked
her ribs, he said he was going
hard at her. I said ?you?ve got to
mate, she was gone?.?
Working together, they alternated between blowing breaths
into the little girl?s mouth and
compressing her chest.
?I was thinking ?how do I explain this to my wife if we lose
her??,? Mr Zirps said.
After two-and-a-half minutes,
Ella burst back to life. ?I gave her
a really good breath ? and I
reckon about a litre of water
came out of her,? Mr Zirps said.
?It?s a good sign when she?s
smiling and laughing at you.?
It was, in some respects, the
ideal resuscitation ? Ella?s airways were already clear when
paramedics arrived, meaning they
did not have to intubate her.
And by getting her breathing
started within a few minutes they
restored the flow of oxygen to
Ella?s organs in time to avoid
brain damage or other long-term
health problems. Within 24
hours, Ella was out of St George
Hospital and home with mother
Tameeka and the family.
Mr Zirps said he was furious at
himself for taking his eyes off his
little girl even for a second.
?My three-year-old goes
?daddy, no me!? and she swam
across to me,? he said, explaining
how his attention was split. It was
Ayla, 4, who first noticed her sister in the pool.
?My four-year-old said ?hey, I
don?t think Ella?s too well?,? he
said. ?Drowning is silent.?
He pleaded for every parent to
learn CPR. ?I was angry at myself, then in shock for about eight
hours,? he added.
?(Paramedics said) ?without
you and Joel resuscitating her,
she wouldn?t be here?.
?Everyone, do first aid and
CPR and never stop teaching
your kids how to swim.?
Find out more about Australian Red Cross
courses: learn@redcross.org.au or
1300 367 428
HENRY LYNCH
Michael Zirps with wife Tameeka and daughter Ella, the family pool, and with Joel Chapman and Ayla, 4.
DOTING GRANDMA MISSING
A DISTRAUGHT family is
desperate for clues and police
are frantically combing the far
west of NSW after a grandmother-of-13
disappeared
without a trace last month.
Marilyn Grubb, 65, has not
been seen since December 30,
when she left her home about
50km outside of Broken Hill,
where she works as a cleaner
and cook.
Police believe the doting
grandmother headed to another property on Morgan
Lane, Broken Hill, before driving off in her Holden Adventra
station wagon with SA licence
plates S048BON.
There have been no sightings of Ms Grubb since Sundayy
and no activity on her mobilee
phone. It is feared she may havee
come off the road.
AUSTRALIA is in the midst of
a ?horrifying? surge in drownings, with 51 people losing their
lives in waterways across the
nation since summer started
less than five weeks ago.
The number of victims
of the silent killer since
December 1 has jumped
54 per cent compared
with last year.
And with a forecast
heatwave predicted to
sends millions to
beaches and other
waterways over the
holidays,
officials
fear the death toll is
sure to rise further.
?The figures are
horrifying. I don?t
believe the education programs
the government are
doing are working,?
Australian
Professional Ocean Lifeguard
Association
president Greg Hackfath told The Saturday
Telegraph.
Mr Hackfath was
among a team of lifesavers who responded
when an Indian family got
into trouble at a beach near
Coffs Harbour on December
17. Three men drowned when
they entered the surf to help
three children, who survived.
Mr Hackfath said extra
funding was urgently needed
to pay for more professional
lifeguards on beaches. ?They
have got to start throwing
money at local government,?
he said. ?Professional lifeguards are the one who have
the know-how.?
And parents needed to
take a more active role in
looking after their children.
?We?re not babysitters.
Parents need to watch their
kids as well.?
Since summer began on
December 1, 14 people have
drowned in NSW alone,
and the NSW Ambulance
Service has attended 146 water
emergencies.
Building boom brings on benefits
EDWARD BOYD &
DANIELLE LE MESSURIER
Marilyn
Grubb.
M
il G
bb
SYDNEY?S construction boom
has helped turbo-charge the NSW
economy, creating thousands of
jobs and helping businesses grow.
Builders, developers and logistics companies plus others have all
reaped the benefits of the boom,
which The Daily Telegraph repor-
ted yesterday has made Sydney
one of the busiest cities in the
world for development and construction. Last year 5401 new projects were applied for in NSW ?
worth a whopping $65 billion.
Advance Cranes chief executive
Jay Elmir told The Saturday Telegraph the billions in public and private sector investment had helped
his business grow to become one of
the larger crane companies in Sydney, employing about 29 people,
and it is now moving into the Melbourne market.
?About 99 per cent of our jobs
are residential developments,? Mr
Elmir said. ?Owning the machinery
is one thing, being able to service
the Sydney region and Melbourne
is another ? We own our own steel
fabrication company too,? he said.
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PAIN MUST END
Lifeguard Greg
Hackfath has called
for more resources
after a spate of
drownings, including
at the Colo River
(left); and the death
of Peter
Limthe life of
Michael Zirps
saved
(bottom, left)
at
his one-year-old
daughter
Clovelly.
Ella, using
CPR with the help
Main picture:
of Joel Chapman,
Ella's uncle
Nathan Edwards
and godfather
after she fell
into the family pool. Michael
pictured at his Illawong home
with children Ella, 1, Ayla, 4,
who found her sister and Joel
Chapman. Picture: Jonathan
Ng
TOP BEACH SAFETY TIPS
Swim
Swim between the red
and yellow flags
Only swim at patrolled
beaches
Bring a body board or
surf board
?Learn how to
recognise rips
Never swim alone
Last year, 87 people
drowned in NSW, making it
the deadliest state for deaths
in the water.
On December 17, three
male relatives ? Ghouseddin
Mohammed, 45, Syed Rahath,
35, and Junaid Mohammed,
28 ? died at Moonee Beach
after jumping into the surf in a
bid to rescue younger family
members who were caught in
a rip and heavy swells.
It was the tragic end of a
holiday for the family from
Western Sydney and relatives
visiting from India.
Just five days later, a 60year-old Swiss man drowned
at the same beach. And at
Clovelly beach, South Korean
immigrant Peter Lim drowned
on New Year?s Day.
Drownings occurred this
summer in NSW waterways of
all kinds: the Colo, Georges,
Hawkesbury and Richmond
rivers, Lake Conjola, Botany
Bay, Little and Marley beaches, and a backyard pool.
Royal Life Saving Society
National research co-ordinator Amy Peden said Australia?s beaches were a huge
TRAGIC TOLL OF SEAS AND SUN
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attraction to locals and tourists, especially during hot
weather. But the ocean could
be a dangerous place, particularly for people inexperienced
in dealing with surf or poor
swimmers. ?We?ve been doing
a lot to get the message to our
multicultural communities,?
she said. ?We are continually
trying to improve our efforts
each year.?
Australian
Professional
NAZIS TARGET AGED CARE
A JEWISH aged-care centre
that is home to Holocaust survivors has been attacked by a
neo-Nazi group.
A swastika by the extremist
Antipodean Resistance group
was found at the front gates of
Emmy Monash Aged Care in
Melbourne suburb Caulfield
on New Year?s Day. Sam Seigel
made the discovery while visiting his parents, both aged 94.
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He labelled the targeted attack ?disturbing?. ?I saw it
stuck to the front gates. I just
stood there and looked ? it
knocked me about,? he said.
He said many of the residents were Holocaust survivors or had family affected by
it. The Antipodean Resistance
group first emerged in 2016,
and promotes anti-Jewish and
homophobic views.
Ocean Lifeguard Association
national secretary John Andrews agreed that immigrants
and non-English speakers
were missing out on crucial
water safety programs.
?If there?s this continued
thinking that there are only a
number of groups who need
water safety education, too
many groups fall through the
cracks,? Mr Andrews said.
Mr Hackfath said many
migrants were unaware of the
deadly risks at many Australian beaches because ?they?ve
never been exposed to this
sort of stuff?.
Ten per cent of drowning
deaths nationally this summer
occurred in backyard pools,
according to the Royal Life
Saving Summer Drowning
Toll, including a 19-month-old
boy who was found floating
face down in a pool in Port
Stephens on December 16.
Federal Local Government
Minister Bridget McKenzie
said that the number of
drownings was unacceptably
high. She said the federal government had boosted funding
for safety measures, providing
$36.9 million over three years
to support national organisations to protect lives.
?The Liberal Nationals
government is committed to
reducing deaths by drowning,?
she said. ?Every death that
could be avoided is a tragedy.
?It?s up to every Australian
and visitor to recognise that
water of any kind does hold
risk, and to make sure that we
minimise those risks.?
United against Greens Adani plan
ROBYN WUTH
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Th sticker.
ti k
THE Queensland Resources
Council (QRC) and the CFMMEU
have united against a federal
Greens bill aimed at banning coal
mining in the Galilee Basin, where
Adani?s giant project is ready to go.
If ever made law, Senator Larissa Waters? bill would permanently
ban the mining of all coal in the
Galilee Basin and stop the Adani
Carmichael mine from starting
operations. QRC chief Ian Macfarlane said the bill would cost jobs
if it ever got up.
The CFMMEU ? which would
represent those employed at the
mine ? is also against the bill.
Adani has struggled to secure finance for the controversial project
but in November announced it
would self-fund a scaled-back version. However, the project remains
hamstrung with two key environmental plans yet to be approved.
Adani Mining chief executive
Lucas Dow has accused the state?s
Labor government of ?playing
politics? with delays.
?We remain concerned ? we
want them to stop playing politics,? Mr Dow said.
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JACK HOUGHTON
THE man behind the push for
pill testing has admitted his
plan will not stop young people
dying at festivals.
The testing capabilities are
so limited that revellers would
be required to sign a death
waiver which includes a warning that tests cannot accurately
determine drug purity levels or
give any indication of safety.
Harm Reduction Australia
co-founder Gino Vumbaca,
who launched the Canberra
trial, said pill testing would not
stop all drug users from dying
at festivals but he defended the
concept, saying it was ?better
than doing nothing?.
?Pill testing doesn?t mean
there will not be a death again
because we cannot stop all the
death and problems with pill
testing,? he said. ?There are
five people who have died in
the past few months, so what is
the alternative?
?The people coming forward (to test pills) are probably
not the same people (who
binge the drugs). The kids who
came forward in Canberra
were just looking to have a
good time without going home
in an ambulance.
?So we are not saying pill
testing is the only solution, but
at least it is something.?
Mr Vumbaca said he had
been given extensive legal advice to include the warnings on
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Chris Hemsworth
with daughter
India-Rose and
one of the twins
as they head
home. Picture:
Annette Dew
HEMSWORTHS HEADING HOME
THEY?RE a cool clan, but the
Hemsworths would have
been very happy to trade in
the chill of their new year?s
skiing holiday for some
northern NSW sunshine.
Avengers star Chris
Hemsworth, actress wife
Elsa Pataky and their three
children, India-Rose, Tristan
and Sasha, left Brisbane
airport through a side door
early yesterday with a large
haul of luggage in tow.
They were fresh from
the Montana snowfields in
ABC OF COMPLAINTS
the US after a family
honeymoon with newly
married younger brother
Liam and wife Miley Cyrus.
Older brother Luke
Hemsworth, parents Craig
and Leonie Hemsworth and
Cyrus?s mum Tish and sister
AUSTRALIA?S media watchdog has only ever received
one complaint from a communications minister about
content on the ABC, answers to the Senate reveal.
A segment aired on the since-cancelled Tonightly with
Tom Ballard last March landed the broadcaster in hot
water with Communications Minister Mitch Fifield for
using coarse language directed at an Australian Conservatives party candidate. Acting on the first complaint of its
kind since its inception in 2005, the Australian Communications and Media Authority found the language was offensive but editorially justified, and acceptable within a
MA15+ classification. The finding was published online.
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for the ?family-moon? after
the couple?s low-key
Nashville wedding.
Hemsworth is now
heading home to Byron
Bay, after a busy 2018
filming new movie Dhaka.
itations of testing information.
?We are not a laboratory and
we have one piece of equipment,? he said. ?The test gives
you an indication of purity but
you can?t tell the exact amount.
It then ranks those ingredients,
which gives you an idea of dosage but not an exact purity.
?But it is more information
than they had before the test.?
A report into the Canberra
pill testing trial, commissioned
by Harm Reduction Australia,
detailed the legal liability of
testing pills. It recommended a
waiver form would need to be
signed by all patrons.
The waiver would release
everyone involved in testing
from ?any liability for personal
injury or death suffered ? in
any way from the services?.
The report also detailed the
limitations on how much of the
drug could be tested.
Drug users would be told
they would be breaking the law
if they presented ?trafficable
quantities? of drugs to testers,
so potentially only a tiny quantity of a drug user?s stash could
ever be tested.
Despite the limitations, Mr
Vumbaca said pill testing
would give drug users more information to make a decision.
He also dismissed any suggestion that the perception of a
pill being ?good? could encourage higher dosages.
?We make sure not to say it
is a good pill,? he said.
?We say what is in there and
let them make the decision.?
COLLINS? BEAUTY CURSE
VETERAN TV star Dame Joan Collins,
who became a household name in glossy
1980s soap Dynasty, said her beauty means
she?s not taken seriously.
The 85-year-old said this week Gone
With The Wind actor Vivien Leigh had
told her years ago that she wasn?t taken seriously until she lost her looks. ?She was a
great beauty, but she was always met with
negativity,? Collins said. ?It?s very unfair. I
got tarred and feathered with it.?
Joan Collins.
Palmer rock anthem use a bum note
KATHY MCCABE
WE?RE not going to take it ? so
United Australia Party leader
Clive Palmer was told by a 1980s
rocker whose anthem has been
used in political advertising.
The Twisted Sister frontman
Dee Snider has now revealed the
businessman turned politician was
aware he had to pay a licence fee to
use their 1984 smash We?re Not
Gonna Take It for his television
ads. Alerted by fans, Snider and the
band?s manager Jay Jay French
revealed on social media they did
not endorse Mr Palmer?s party and
had not given permission.
?We receive no money from its
use and we are investigating how
we can stop it,? Mr French said on
social media this week.
Yesterday he added that Mr
Palmer?s team made contact with
the band?s publishing company
Universal about licensing the
track and alleged they ripped off
the song anyway when informed
they would have to pay a fee.
However, Mr Palmer told the
American band to stay out of Australian politics and said he would
sue if the band used his lyrics.
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Polo stars
Nacho Figueras
and Delfina
Blaquier and
(inset) Billy
Slater.
Pictures: Luke
Marsden
Macris
widow:
?I am a
mess?
ELLEN WHINNETT
EUROPE CORRESPONDENT
SLATER IN
THE SADDLE
More stories
and pictures
dailytelegraph.com.au
CHUKKA MATES LINE UP FOR POLO
MATTHEW BENNS
RUGBY league legend Billy Slater took
one look at Argentinian polo superstar
Nacho Figueras yesterday and said: ?I
hope he is on my team.?
The retired Melbourne Storm and
Queensland State of Origin captain
will make his polo-playing debut
alongside his wife Nicole at the Pacific
Fair Magic Millions Polo tomorrow.
?I have had some lessons, but
manoeuvring the horse and hitting
the ball at speed is pretty tricky,?
Slater said.
Slater and his wife met at pony club
as teenagers and are comfortable in
the saddle, but taking to the field
alongside some of the best polo
players and riders in the world is a
daunting prospect. They will play in a
match against some of Australia?s best
jockeys, captained by Winx?s regular
rider Hugh Bowman.
Figueras and his international
model and champion sportswoman
wife Delfina Blaquier will take the field
against the Queen?s granddaughter
Zara Tindall and former Australian
polo captain Rob Archibald.
?I love it here, I have brought my
family and we are going to the sales
and races as well,? Figueras said, fresh
from jetting in from a polo match on
the snow in Aspen, Colorado.
Magic Millions owner Katie Page
expects the polo to attract more than
3000 people this year.
?Once we started understanding
that people at equestrian events and
racing events are the same people, it
is a natural progression to introduce
polo to the carnival,? Ms Page said.
And the fact that they are coming
to the $170 million yearling sales early
to enjoy the polo delights her.
?I am not doing this to have a small
event on the Gold Coast, I want this to
be the number one polo event in the
world,? she said.
ю NOT JUST HORSING ABOUT PAGES 34-35
THE widow of murdered Australian gangster John Macris
has spoken for the first time
since he was gunned down
outside their Athens home,
saying she was a ?mess?? after
losing her husband and father
of her two young children.
Ukrainian-Greek
model
Viktoria Karida said despite
her husband?s brutal assassination, she had no intention of
abandoning her adopted country Greece.
In a tearful interview with
celebrity site Secret Ms Karida
said: ?I am a mess. I have lost
my man. Alexandra (their
daughter) is a mess. She is six
years old and can understand
everything.??
Mr Macris, 46, was shot
dead outside the couple?s
home in the upscale seaside suburb of Voula on
October 31 as he headed out to attend the
opening of one of his
new security companies.
No one has been
charged over the vicious slaying, which
was caught on
CCTV, and Greek
media have said it
may be connected with an
emerging war
between rival
Greek
crime
gangs. Mr Macris, a GreekAustralian, married Ms Karida, a reality TV star and former
Playmate model, in 2016.
The couple (pictured) have
two children ? Alexandra and
a toddler son, Achilles.
Greek media speculated Ms
Karida would leave Greece for
the safety of Australia, but she
denied it. ?I am not leaving
Greece, it is stupid what
they?re writing,?? she said.
?Why would I leave my home?
I have nothing to fear.??
The media reported that
leaked
police
statements
showed Ms Karida, 33, told detectives she had no idea who
might have attacked her husband. She was modelling at
Greek Fashion Week and was
on the catwalk at the time of
the hit. Funeral services were
held in Sydney and Athens.
Mr Macris left Australia a decade ago,
and in 2009 told
the media he no
longer had an
affiliation with
the underworld.
He had been involved in a feud
with another
prominent family of nightclub
owners in Sydney, the Ibrahims. There is
no suggestion
they had any
involvement in
his death.
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?Cleanse?
sparked
deadly
stabbing
TRUCK?S
TOWER
OF AN
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EXCLUSIVE
DANIELLE GUSMAROLI
PERRY DUFFIN & DEREK KRUSCHE
THE teenager who allegedly
went on a knife rampage at the
Church of Scientology, stabbing one member fatally in the
neck and slashing another, was
trying to stop his mother
undergoing an intense ?purification? process that claims to
rid the body of drugs and toxins to reach a spiritual high.
The 16-year-old Chinese
national, who was not a
Church member, had begged
his mum not to do the introductory Purification Rundown
cleanse in an argument the
night before, a source revealed.
Police believe he took a
25cm knife from the family?s
Ryde home when he tried to
see his mother inside the
Church?s $57 million headquarters in Chatswood but was
blocked by members.
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 screaming teenager
up the drive away and from the
premises yesterday.
IT took 100 firefighters several
hours to bring an inferno under
control after a fuel tanker burst
into flames on the side of a
motorway near Wollongong.
The truck was carrying
36,000 litres of fuel when it
caught fire on the M1 just before
9am, sending up a fireball and
plumes of black smoke.
The 44-year-old male driver
escaped unharmed as nearby
homes were evacuated.
Fire and Rescue NSW
Superintendant Norm Buckley
said thankfully it was the fuel in
the truck itself that caught fire,
not the tank. Once the flames
were brought under contol,
firefighters had to decant that
fuel to avoid any further
catastrophe: ?A fuel tanker full
of fuel could have caused
extreme damage.?
Nearby resident Marty
Parcon said he heard two loud
explosions and saw ?a huge
tower of smoke and flames?.
The fire appeared to have
started in the cabin but ?it is
unlikely anything the driver has
done has caused this fire?, a
FRNSW spokesman said.
Police had to draw their
Tasers to get the man to drop
his knife. He was arrested and
led away with his hands cuffed
inside evidence bags.
He is undergoing a mental
health assessment at Sydney?s
Royal North Shore Hospital.
?His mother was inside the
building undergoing a purification process and was told not
to go outside, the son was not a
member of Scientology and
wasn?t happy about the cleansing course,? a source said.
?They had argued about it
the night before.?
The five-day cleanse developed by Scientology founder L.
Ron Hubbard consists of exercise, sauna and nutrition, with
huge doses of vitamins and
minerals consumed.
The Church paid tribute
yesterday to both the victim
and the second member injured. A spokesman for the
Church said: ?We are working
closely with the police in relation to this matter and cannot
release any further details.?
The 13,500sq/m building,
which was opened in September 2016, is the largest Scientology centre outside the US.
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Jameela Jamil, said airbrushing of her image
when she was young left her struggling with
her body image. The 32-year-old British
actor, who campaigns against the diet and
detox industries, said pictures of her were
altered to make her look whiter and thinner
with a smaller nose. ?I?m sorry to anyone
who ever saw pictures of me like that and
wanted to be thin like me,? she said.
Jameela Jamil.
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the back to school rush.
Australian parents will
spend an average $476 per
child on uniforms, shoes, backpacks, stationery, lunch boxes
and water bottles, the Back to
School 2019 report found.
In NSW, the average spend
will be $456 per child.
The biggest expenses will be
uniforms and shoes, costing a
national average of $220 per
child. While 81 per cent of
parents said they had started
shopping, 46 per cent admit to
doing it last-minute, according
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AS a 10-year-old Justin Groves
was given a glass of lemonade
and a signed bat by legendary
cricketer Don Bradman.
?At the time I was pretty
happy with the lemonade,? Mr
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bat has pride of place in the
display cabinet in my office.?
Technically his office is
underneath a stand at the
Sydney Cricket Ground but his
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Test match with India today.
Mr Groves, 37, was 16
months ago appointed the
SCG?s first grounds manager
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pitches at both the SCG and
Allianz Stadium.
?I had a few sleepless nights
before the Test began,? Mr
Groves said. ?I find it easier
to sleep after the first
night unless the team has
been bowled out for 50.?
In reality, once the
coin is tossed there is very
under Mr Groves, who has responsibility for both stadiums.
?Now that Allianz is being
rebuilt we have got five codes
being played at the SCG,?
Mr Groves said. ?It?s going to
be a busy time and we are going
to have to make sure we get our
turf management right.?
For the next three years the
hallowed SCG turf will host
Sydney FC in the A-League,
Sydney Roosters in the NRL,
the Swans in the AFL, NSW
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teams to do well so it is our job
to make sure the pitch is
perfect,? Mr Groves said.
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with scrums, boots and big
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carefully tended and beloved
cricket pitch.
Cricket is Adelaide-born
Mr Groves?s first love. His
grandfather was former Australian Cricket Board chair-
little Mr Groves and his team
of 12 can do apart from rolling,
mowing and covering the
wicket. ?We are not allowed to
water it so we have to ensure
there is enough moisture in
there at the start for consistent
bounce and carry and spin
later in the game,? he said.
Getting it wrong can quickly attract vehement criticism
? as experienced by the MCG
grounds team at the start of the
Boxing Day Test.
?That early criticism was
not borne out in my view,? Mr
Groves said. ?People jump to
conclusions too quickly ? it
was a good result on day five.?
Mr Groves took over the
reins from Tom Parker, who
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years. While Adam Lewis is the
ninth curator in the SCG?s 160year history, his role comes
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SCG grounds manager Justin Groves
Screen time
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A BORED taxi driver has been
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while on the job ? as he was
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a visual display unit while
driving, will lose four demerit
points, and also received a
$484 fine.
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a young Justin for that fondly
remembered glass of lemonade with the great man.
?My grandfather knew
Adelaide Oval manager Les
Burdett and got me some
work experience there when I
was 15,? Mr Groves said. He
loved it and a 15-year career at
Adelaide Oval grew from that.
At one stage he had a
young groundsman with a lot
of promise, until he was asked
to bowl a couple of balls in the
nets. Mr Groves said Nathan
Lyon was ?a really good worker ... then he got spotted and
we had to start looking for
somebody else?.
After taking the job as SCG
grounds manager in 2017, the
Ashes against England was
Mr Groves?s first Sydney Test.
?We had stifling conditions
and at one point it was 56C in
the middle of the ground, we
had to manage our turf very
carefully and make sure we
had the moisture levels right,?
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Mr Groves?s wife, Sally,
and sons, Jimmy, 2, and Max,
4 months, do not get to see
very much of him over Christ-
mas and New Year as he and
his team work on the pitch.
?A Test match is the
pinnacle of what we do,? Mr
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from anybody we know that
we have done a good job.?
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Campaign will be taxing
Who pays what becomes a major battleground in federal election
EXCLUSIVE
ANTHONY KEANE
TAX turmoil is on the cards as
government money-grabbing
becomes a key battleground in
the federal election.
More than a dozen tax and
superannuation changes have
already been flagged before
the election campaign begins.
Labor?s policy to scrap share
dividend franking credit cash
refunds for many self-funded
retirees and super funds has
attracted the loudest howls of
protest. But its plans to halve
capital gains tax discounts and
limit negative gearing deductions to new properties will
also hit investors hard.
NDA Law managing director Andrea Michaels said
Labor?s major changes would
affect a lot of people.
?Whichever side wins the
election there will be some
major tax reform changes
coming up,? she said, adding
that once new rules came into
force, tax advisers would plan
around them to help clients.
One of Labor?s biggest
targets is self-managed superannuation funds.
?There is more money in
SMSFs than in any other
superannuation sector, including industry super funds,? MidSec financial planning firm
director David Middleton said.
Dixon Advisory managing
director Nerida Cole said other
Labor changes that could sting
included extra super contributions tax for some high income
earners; reducing non-taxable
super contribution limits; capping the level of tax-deductible
accounting fees at $3000; and
tougher rules for family trusts.
There are also suggestions
that recent super rule changes
allowing flexible tax-deductible super contributions and
catch-up contributions might
be wound back. However,
Labor also promised positive
changes including more super
for people on parental leave
and very low income earners.
?Investors need to think
through the potential impacts
on their situation ? but acting
now on a proposal could mean
you incur costs for no reason,?
Ms Cole said
A positive mid-year Budget
update last month opened the
potential for up to $9 billion of
extra Coalition tax cuts, although ministers have been
coy about what might come.
The government succeeded
in getting a six-year plan of
$144 billion in personal tax cuts
through parliament last June,
but cuts for higher-income
earners are unlikely to survive
any future Labor government.
Ms Cole said people would
welcome more tax cuts ?that
could mean more money in
our back pockets?.
Bushfire body threat
DETECTIVES will investigate
social media death threats made
against a man four days before
his remains were found
in a bushfire near
Taree on the NSW
Mid-North Coast.
Tyron
Beauchamp?s beaten and
burnt body was found
by a Rural Fire Service
crew putting out a fire
in the Yarratt National Park
on December 27. Four days before that, Mr Beauchamp was
threatened on Facebook.
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?I?m going to break you and
bury you where nobody will
ever find your remains, you?re
a dog and a kiddy f ?,?
the comment said.
Mr Beauchamp?s
profile replied the following day, ?how bout
U show ya face n I?ll
come meet U.?
Police said they
would look into the
exchange. The 41-year-old
(pictured) had never been
charged with anything relating
to child abuse.
Notebook a musical
AUSTRALIAN model Elyse Knowles
is an unstoppable force after
landing lucrative modelling
contracts with Myer, Seafolly and
an international global fragrance
campaign for Davidoff.
Yet she is candid about the hard
work and dedication it has taken to
find success, admitting she has
faced her own tough times.
As a 15-year-old, she moved to
Hong Kong to gain modelling
experience and fell behind with her
school work.
?That was a struggle,? the 26year-old told the House Of Wellness
summer magazine, out today.
?I tried to do both but we?re not
all good at everything.?
Deciding to focus on modelling
as a teen didn?t come without
criticism but the move paid off.
It?s a message she wants to
send to other young women
? that challenges in life can
be tough but they can also make
you stronger.
?It?s about being real and
showing the younger generation it?s
OK to have struggles, and how to
live through them and get above
and beyond,? she said.
?They were my challenges and I
got through them.?
ROMANCE novel-turned-hit
film The Notebook is headed to
Broadway as a musical.
Written by Nicholas Sparks, the book
became a hit film starring Ryan Gosling and
Rachel
McAdams
(pictured) in 2004.
It will now be
turned into a stage
show by producers Kevin
McCollum (Rent and Avenue
Q) and Kurt Deutsch in association with Sparks.
Ingrid Michaelson, a singer
songwriter whose singles include Girls Chase Boys
and The Way I Am, is
working on the musical adaptation with
NBC?s This Is Us producer Bekah Brunstetter.
The
story
unfolds as a series of
memories related by
an old man reading his notebook and recalling a romance
in 1940 between a poor quarry
worker and a young heiress.
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A COUPLE enjoying an airconditioned reprieve from the
summer swelter got an eyeful
when they realised they
weren?t alone in their bedroom
? a 75cm tiger snake was cooling down in their unit.
The unnamed couple, from
Little River, 50km southwest
of Melbourne, saw the serpent?s tail dangling from the
wall-mounted unit this week
and called snake-catcher Stewart Gatt, who snared the beast.
?My guess is the snake entered
via a hole made in the external
wall for the aircon plumbing to
go through,? Mr Gatt said.
Girls hit by
social media
TEENAGE girls are twice as
likely as boys to show signs of
depression linked to social
media by the age of 14.
New University College
London research found girls
tended to spend more time on
social media ? and experienced worse psychological effects from doing so.
Scientists found girls were
more likely to suffer because
they were heavier users, tended to be more active on the
chat functions of the sites, and
were more vulnerable to bullying and harassment. The researchers analysed data from
nearly 11,000 14-year-olds
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Warning for mums and bubs
EXCLUSIVE
SUE DUNLEVY
AUSTRALIA is in the midst of a
?diabetes epidemic? that is leading to
stillborn babies and putting mums?
lives at risk.
At Liverpool Hospital, 7 per cent of
babies with malformations are born to
women with diabetes, Professor David
Simmons from the University of
Western Sydney said.
?The general public needs to
understand we are in the middle of a
diabetes epidemic and the price we are
paying is substantial,? he said. ?Ten to
15 per cent of the money we spend on
health is going on diabetes and part
of it is on babies damaged at birth.?
Prof Simmons estimates the lifetime cost of a baby malformed as a
result of diabetes is $1 million.
About 1.7 million Australians
have diabetes, including 500,000
people who are undiagnosed.
In 2005-07 about 1 per cent of
pregnant women had Type 1 or
Type 2 diabetes and a further 5 per
cent developed gestational diabetes.
By 2013 that number had almost
tripled to 10-15 per cent of women
who developed gestational diabetes.
Babies born to mothers with Type 1
and Type 2 diabetes are more likely to
be stillborn than those whose mothers
do not have the conditions, and they
are sometimes born very large, weighing up to 6.4kg.
Babies whose mothers have uncontrolled diabetes are also at risk of
serious malformations caused by high
blood glucose levels.
The development of the heart can be
affected, with blood vessels not joined
to the right chamber, the nervous system may not close properly and the
baby may be unable to walk or feel, Prof
Simmons said. ?Babies can be born with
no kidneys. It?s really horrific.?
In the general population two in
100 pregnancies will involve a malformed baby but in pregnancies where
mothers have poor blood glucose control that rises to a risk of one in three
or 35 per cent, he said.
Women who have diabetes during
pregnancy are themselves at risk of
pre-eclampsia, kidney disease, hypoglycaemia, infection, coma and heart
attacks. They are also at risk of blindness. If they have pre-existing minor
eye disease the pregnancy can accelerate the disease.
Jordanna Moroney, 34, had to
work hard to control gestational diabetes before she gave birth to her son
Sebastian on December 30. ?I knew I
was high risk because my mother had
it and I had other risk factors so I
asked to be tested,? she said.
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Firing up over ad jingle
Anti-gun activists say camping store normalising weapons usage
EXCLUSIVE
MANDY SQUIRES
OUTDOOR retail giant BCF
(Boating, Camping, Fishing)
and Channel 7 are in the sights
of anti-gun activists demanding
the chain?s marketing jingle
making reference to firearms be
dumped ? despite the ad being
approved by the watchdog.
Outraged consumers have
also weighed in, complaining
the ad that replaces the word
?fun? with ?gun? and has
screened in prime-time and
during the cricket, seems like a
?a pro-gun campaign?. President of the Gun Control Australia Samantha Lee said the
new BCF ad ? which has been
approved by the Advertising
Standards Bureau (ASB) ?
?normalised gun usage by
presenting it as a fun family
activity?.
?Channel 7 should rethink
supporting such advertising
and pull this ad immediately.
Australia doesn?t want to become like America,? she said.
Seven West Media this
week confirmed it had received complaints from view-
ers about the ad which first
aired on Channel 7 in midDecember. The complaints
had been referred to the ASB, a
spokesman said.
But the ASB told The
Saturday Telegraph it had
considered and dismissed a
complaint against the new
BCF advertising jingle in midNovember (a month before it
started on Channel 7) after it
screened on other channels
and online, and was unlikely to
review its decision.
The ASB has received more
than 100 complaints about the
jingle ? which substitutes
?BCF-ing gun? and ?BCF-ing
guns? for ?BCF-ing fun? ?
since it was released in midOctober. Outraged viewers
have also taken to BCF?s Facebook page late last year to
express their fury.
?Appalling lack of insight
for what the community feel is
appropriate for a jingle that
children sing. Take the word
?gun? out of your song,? one
woman demanded.
But loyal BCF customers,
hunters and gun enthusiasts
defended the new jingle on
social media, calling those who
complained ?sooky do-gooders?, ?snowflake whingers?,
?whining
maggots?
and
?greenies?. Responding to a
Facebook query from one man
asking if the store now sold
firearms, a BCF representative
said the use of the word gun
in the jingle meant ?high
achiever? or ?expert?.
And a BCF spokeswoman
said the new ad was an extension of its ?BCF-ing fun musical?, which dated back to 2016.
?The ad celebrates Aussies
who get out and master the
outdoors ? there is no intention of selling or referring to
firearms in any way,? she said.
The Ad Standards Community Panel ruled in November that ?the use of the word
?gun?, or the promotion of such,
is not of itself a breach of the
(advertising) Code?.
Complaints received since
that time were unlikely to be
considered, an ASB spokeswoman said.
BCF and Seven West did
not respond to questions by
deadline as to whether the ad
would be pulled.
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over a lifetime estimated to be as
much as $25,000.
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CEO of the NSW Pet Industry
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?It is the older dogs, they get
sicker a lot easier, that?s when
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to the pet owner,? he said.
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she had seen owners face a crisis
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HE?S A MONSTER
Ex-wife reveals terrifying nickname for Depp?s alter ego
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LOS ANGELES: Leaked court documents have revealed the horrifying
nickname Aquaman star Amber
Heard gave her former husband
Johnny Depp ? ?monster?.
In deposition transcripts from
the pair?s divorce proceedings, the
32-year-old ? who was married to
Depp from 2015 to 2017 ? said the
name was used by the couple in reference to the Pirates of Caribbean
star?s violence.
?Johnny and I refer to his other
personality, the part of him that is
present when he beats me up ?
we call that the monster and have
called (that) the monster for many
years,? Heard said in the deposition taken amid the divorce, and
published by The Hollywood Reporter this week.
?I was petrified of the monster.?
In June 2016, as she was seeking a restraining order against
Depp, pictures emerged of Heard
with a black eye and split lip.
Depp had allegedly inflicted
the injuries on her in an attack
in December 2015, in which
Heard said she ?truly feared
that my life was in danger?.
In the more recent divorce
documents, Heard alleged
other frightening attacks by
Depp in the months following
the December 2015 assault.
She said on May 21, 2016,
at their Los Angeles penthouse, Depp threw her
phone at her ?as hard as he
could? and it hit her in the
face. Heard claimed the
55-year-old
Fantastic
Beasts star then grabbed
her by her hair as she
screamed for help.
Depp ?broke a lot of
glass things that left glass
on the floor,? she stated,
resulting in the floor being
covered with damaged objects, including silver candlesticks and a lamp.
Heard?s friend Raquel
Pennington then arrived at
the penthouse. Ms Pennington said she had received a
text asking her to come over.
She said her friend had told
her that Depp had hit her with
the phone and also said that he
Amber Heard?s 2015 injuries.
was ?swinging around? a magnum
bottle of wine and knocking things
off the counter with it.
Ms Pennington testified that
Depp?s screaming prompted his
security team to enter, and one of
the guards convinced him to leave.
She said she had taken ?dozens
of photos? of Heard?s bruises.
But the court documents also
revealed the accounts of the Los
Angeles Police Department officers, who responded to Heard?s 911
call that night, were very different.
Officer Melissa Saenz, in a July
18, 2016 deposition, testified that
Heard refused to give her name, so
Ms Saenz didn?t realise who the famous actor was until weeks later.
Ms Saenz said Heard was crying when they arrived, but she
didn?t see any marks, bruises or
signs of injury. She also testified
that she inspected the apartment
and saw no signs of shattered glass
or broken items. Officer Tyler
Hadden, who was also on the
scene, shared a similar account.
In the documents, Heard said
she declined to give an official statement on the advice of her lawyer.
Ms Pennington also claimed the officers saw ?all of the damage? and
offered to ?go arrest him right now?
if Heard filed a report, but the officers denied saying that.
Depp has vehemently denied all
allegations of abuse against Heard,
and claimed in a previous deposition that Heard was ?aggressive
and violent?.
Judge tells Sheeran he Chinese serial killer gets Russians charge US man
will Get It On with jury exactly what he deserves over ?secret list theft?
NEW YORK: Singer Ed Sheeran
has failed to get dismissed a
lawsuit accusing him of lifting
from Marvin Gaye?s Let?s Get It
On for his hit Thinking Out
Loud.
US District
Judge
Louis
Stanton
in
Manhattan said
a jury should decide
whether
Sheeran (pictured
right),
Sony/ATV
Music Publishing and Atlantic
Records should be liable to the
estate and heirs of the late producer Ed Townsend, who cowrote Let?s Get It On with Gaye
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(pictured below). Judge Stanton
found ?substantial similarities
between the two works? musical
elements?. and said it was in dispute whether the harmonic
rhythm of Let?s
Get It On was too
common to deserve copyright
protection.
Jurors ?may
be impressed by
footage of a
Sheeran
performance which
shows him seamlessly transitioning between (the songs),?
the judge wrote.
Sheeran has denied copying
from Gaye.
BEIJING: A serial killer dubbed
China?s ?Jack the Ripper? has
been executed, three decades
after his first murder.
Gao
Chengyong,
54,
robbed, raped and murdered 11
women and girls between 1988
and 2002 in Gansu and the
neighbouring Inner Mongolia
region. In March last year he
was handed death sentences
for both robbery and homicide,
and lesser sentences for rape
and dishonouring corpses.
Gao targeted young women
wearing red and followed them
home, often cutting their
throats and mutilating their
bodies. The youngest victim
was just eight years old.
?The motives of the defendant?s crimes were despicable,
his methods extremely cruel,
the nature of the acts vile and
the details of the crimes serious,? a court said when convicting Gao.
A lead in the case came
when police collected and tested the DNA of one of Gao?s
relatives over a separate minor
crime. Police concluded the
killer they had been hunting
was a relation, and Gao?s DNA
matched the murderer?s.
The original Jack the Ripper was a serial killer active in
East London in the lateVictorian era. The murders
have never been solved.
MOSCOW: A retired US Marine
has been charged with espionage by Russian authorities
after he allegedly received a
flash drive containing a list of
?secret? employees of
a Russian agency.
Paul Whelan (pictured) was reportedly
flagged by the Federal
Security Service (FSB)
? Russia?s top spy
agency ? after he
made multiple visits to
the country, where he
claimed he went to have ?fun?.
Suspicions arose when the
48-year-old appeared to ?shun
pretty women? while on a trip
to Moscow, choosing instead
to strike up a conversation
with men who might have
been in possession of confidential information, Russian news
outlet Rosbalt reported.
Armed FSB operatives moved in on Mr
Whelan moments after
he allegedly received a
flash drive in his hotel
room. Under Russian
law, espionage can carry
a prison sentence of between 10 and 20 years.
Mr Whelan?s family
said earlier this week that he
was visiting Moscow for the
wedding of a friend and was
innocent of the espionage
charges against him.
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to count the
mischievo
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squirrel
monkeys at
London Zoo
Zoo.
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ANIMALS OUT
FOR COUNT
LONDON: Stocktaking more than
19,000 animals at London Zoo
is hard enough without this
monkeying about.
Staff are carrying out their
annual week-long headcount of
600 species.
?Being able to make sure we
don?t double count them can be
challenging,? operations
manager Angela Ryan said.
The House of ill dispute
WASHINGTON: Nancy Pelosi
has again been elected Speaker
in the US House of Representatives as the most diverse
group of politicians ever to be
sworn in took their places.
The Democrat took up the
gavel for the second time with
a record high of 102 women
now serving in the House ?
including a record 43 women
of colour.
And Democrats wasted no
time on their first day in the
majority in the House, passing
a plan to re-open the government without funding Presi-
dent
Donald
Trump?s
promised border wall.
The largely party-line votes
came after Mr Trump made a
surprise appearance at the
White House briefing room
pledging to keep up the fight
for his signature campaign
promise.
Ms Pelosi (pictured) said
the President and Senate Republicans should ?take yes for
an answer? and approve the
border bill.
?We?re not doing a wall.
Does anyone have any doubt
that we?re not doing a wall??
she said, calling Mr Trump?s
proposal ?a wall between
reality and his constituents?.
Mr Trump strode into the
White House briefing room on
Thursday ? the 13th day of
the partial government shutdown ? and declared that
?without a wall you cannot
have border security.? He then
left without taking questions.
The Democratic legislation
to re-open the government
without funding the wall is
going nowhere in the Senate,
where Republicans want Mr
Trump?s endorsement before
voting on a funding package.
He is demanding billions of
dollars to build his wall along
the US border with Mexico,
which the Democrats have
refused.
Congressional leaders
from both parties met
with Mr Trump at the
White House on Wednesday but failed to make
progress during their
first sit-down in
weeks. The White
House has invited
the leaders back
today for another
round of talks that officials
have suggested might be more
successful now that Ms Pelosi
has been sworn in.
?You can call it a
barrier, you can call
it whatever you
want,? Mr Trump
said. ?But essentially
we need protection
in our country.
We?re going
to make it
good. The
people
of
our country
want it.?
He claimed his refusal to
budge was winning praise,
adding: ?I have never had so
much support as I have in the
last week over my stance for
border security.? Polls show a
majority of Americans oppose
the border wall, although Republicans strongly support it.
White House and Department of Homeland Security
officials have spent recent days
trying to make a case that the
situation at the border has
reached a ?crisis? situation that
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Dicko glad
he?s no idol
WARNER?S
BEACH BUMP
CANDICE Warner has shown off
her growing baby bump for the
first time since she and husband
David announced they were
expecting their third child on
Monday.
Wearing a red and white
striped one-piece swimsuit,
Candice?s pregnant belly was just
visible as she played at Malabar
beach with the couple?s two
daughters Ivy, 4, and Indi, 2.
News that the Warners are
expecting comes just months
after Candice revealed she
had suffered a devastating
miscarriage one week after her
husband?s press conference
where he publicly apologised for
the Australian cricket team?s balltampering scandal in South Africa.
Speaking to a women?s
magazine in May, Candice blamed
the stress of the ?ordeal? for the
loss of their unborn child.
Revealing their happy baby
news via Instagram earlier this
week, Candice said she was
?thrilled? that ?in 2019 our family
of 4 will become a family of 5.?
LOOKING BACK: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
I
an ?Dicko? Dickson admits giving up
on fame was difficult.
Before bursting onto our screens as
the ?nasty judge? on Australian Idol,
British-born Dickson forged an
impressive 20-year-long career in the UK
record industry working with music acts
including Celine Dion, Ozzy Osbourne,
Primal Scream and Pearl Jam.
But it was the Australian talent series that
made Dickson a household name and he has
nothing but pride for the hugely successful
series, which was put to bed 10 years ago.
?I look back on Australian Idol and
know we found some amazing talent and
people that still have credibility,? he told
Confidential. ?I have nothing but pride and
affection for it.?
He added: ?Talent shows these days
are so obsessed by celebrity judges and I
look back at the chance they took on three
people ? one reasonably well-known
woman, one ?has been? in Mark Holden and
one total unknown in me.
?They took a real chance on that judging
panel and it worked so beautifully well and it
became a bit of an icon on Australian TV ? I
don?t think they would ever do that again.?
Dicko has since hosted Can Of Worms,
won Celebrity Apprentice, judged Australia?s
Got Talent and appeared on First Contact.
?For someone with no real discernible
talent I had a real good run on television.?
Dickson admits the transition from
household name to someone people struggle
to recognise hasn?t been easy.
?Giving up on being famous was tough.
It?s like a bit of a drug but I?ve weaned myself
off that. You go through this s..t bit called
?vaguely famous? and I?m kind of more or less
through that now and back to being a normal
bloke again. I reckon I can actually go to
Splendour again and not get noticed.?
Now living a quieter life on a two-acre
property on the Sunshine Coast hinterland
with wife Melanie Bell and their two cats,
Dickson says he has ?never been happier?.
?You can live a lot simpler and the hardest
thing about living in the country is not
sounding smug about it.
?We live in a dead-end lane and I?ve got
shed envy because all our neighbours have
these big sheds and power tools and tractors
? all I?ve got is a set of Allen keys from Ikea.?
Dickson has also delved back into his
musical roots, managing two up-and-coming
acts as well as preparing to launch a music
festival on the Gold Coast next year.
The festival, set to launch in June, is called
Almost The Greatest Gig On Earth, and he
said: ?For middle-aged Australians it going to
be the most amount of fun you can have
with your spanx on ? I promise you.?
As for whether he?ll ever grace our
screens again, Dickson didn?t say no.
?They asked me to go on I?m A Celebrity,
Get Me Out Of Here! this year and I went,
?nah, I can?t do it?.?
?I would do TV again, but it?s got to be
the right thing. I don?t want to do it for
the sake of it ? which drives my manager
wild,? he said.
Ian 'Dicko' Dickson, and (left),
judging Australian Idol in 2008
with Kyle Sandilands and Marcia
Hines, and with Dancing With The
Stars partner Leeanne Bampton in
2005. Main picture: Justin Lloyd
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Katie Page?s love of
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SPREADING
RACEHORSE AUCTION
HOUSE MAGIC MILLIONS IS
GOING GLOBAL WITH ITS
SPONSORSHIP OF A VERY
BRITISH EVENT, WRITES
MATTHEW BENNS
REGULARS
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EDITORIAL
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LETTERS
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KYLIE LANG
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Mark Morri
The fight to keep an
evil killer behind bars
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Greg Stolz
Pill testing still on the
agenda for festivals
62
Paul Toohey
Is Donald Trump on his
last legs as President?
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Zara Phillips
and husband
Mike Tindall;
(right) Katie
Page at the
Magic Millions.
n the surface it
does not seem to
make much sense
for an Australian
racehorse auction
house to take on
the major
sponsorship of a
British three-day equestrian
event.
?We don?t even have any
businesses in the UK,? laughs
Magic Millions boss and
Harvey Norman CEO Katie
Page.
But the first year of the
Magic Millions three-year
sponsorship of the Gatcombe
Horse Trials in
Gloucestershire is already
paying dividends.
?Horsey people are horsey
people,? Page explains. ?They
are not just into racehorses,
they have interests in other
equestrian sports, too.?
She should know. As well as
running the $130 million
yearling sale with husband
Gerry Harvey she devotes a lot
of time to following their
European-based daughter
Georgie?s showjumping career.
?And what I realised was
that a lot of the people I was
meeting at the showjumping
arenas were people I knew
from horse racing,? she says.
Susie McKeever, wife of
bloodstock agent John
McKeever, is a case in point.
Her own daughter competes
on a former Australian
racehorse. Ms McKeever was
taking time out from the
racecourse to attend The
Festival of British Eventing.
?Australians are one of the
leading countries in the world
for eventing and quite a lot of
Australian racing people have
family members who are big in
eventing,? she said.
Ms Page has already
applied the understanding of
the cross over to the The Star
Katie loves
being part of
the equestrian
world and
bringing some
of what she
does at home
to everyone
globally
Zara Phillips
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Cover designFabrizio Fiorito
Magic Millions
Carnival by
introducing a polo
match at the start
featuring worldclass players
including
Argentinian
Nacho Figueras.
It was at the
event last year that
one of the carnival?s
ambassador?s, the
Queen?s
granddaughter Zara
Phillips, mentioned
that the Gatcombe
Horse Trials might be looking
for a sponsor and the seed was
sown.
?The horsey world is pretty
connected. Just look at polo,
half of the horses have a
sticker on their bums showing
they are retrained
thoroughbred racehorses.?
The Olympic equestrian
added: ?I have got a couple of
thoroughbreds in my stable, I
love riding thoroughbreds.?
She saw the natural
synergies between the Gold
Coast sale in January and the
eventing festival in the British
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THE MAGIC WORD
(Right) Katie Page, Mike Tindall, Zara
Phillips and Gerry Harvey and
(below) action from the Gatcombe
Horse Trials in Gloucestershire.
Zara Phillips, Mark Phillips and Katie Page.
summer. Ms Page jumped on
the idea.
?Katie loves being part of
the equestrian world and
bringing some of what she
does at home to everyone
globally,? Zara says.
?Horse people are very
much in their world, they
know what goes on in the
greater equestrian world.
Eventing and racing, it all
works well together. To be
able to get the Magic Millions
word out to those people is
what she wants to do.?
The Star Gold Coast Magic
Millions sales next week will
bring to Australia some of the
biggest horse breeders and
trainers in the world, including
oil-rich sheiks, American
billionaires and
representatives of The Queen.
But in taking on the
sponsorship of Gatcombe Ms
Page is also facilitating the
changing of the royal guard at
one of the beloved fixtures in
the UK horse lover?s diary.
For the last 35 years Zara?s
father, Captain Mark Phillips,
has run the event and
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designed the three-day
eventing course in the
grounds of her mother,
Princess Anne?s, Gatcombe
Park estate.
?I do get a bit of grief for it,?
Captain Phillips said as he
surveyed the array of jumps
and water features strung out
across the green park bowl
that makes up the front garden
of his ex-wife?s house. ?But it?s
only one weekend a year.?
He welcomes the
Australian involvement. ?I
think it is great, particularly
with the racing side. You may
think eventing is a little bubble
however a horse is a horse.
The more horse disciplines
can cross over and learn from
each other the better we
become and the wiser we
become.?
The event, which involves
the same rider and horse
tackling the precise drills of
dressage, the discipline of
show jumping and the
galloping courage of cross
country, has been run much
along the lines of a village fete.
Almost 400 people volunteer
Magic Millions Water Splash on
Cross Country Course at the
Gatcombe Horse Trials in the
United Kingdom.
over the weekend to make it
work. But now that is
changing with Australian
sponsorship and Zara?s
brother Peter Phillips taking
over the reins.
?Any change is challenging.
When something has been
done in a certain way for 35
years the change takes a
little bit of time,? Peter says,
referring to his father?s long
stewardship of the event.
?Fortunately he
understands the change needs
to be made but sometimes it is
a bit tricky for him too. He is
highly opinionated. Needing
to have him on board for this is
crucial because he is the best
in the business.?
The Magic Millions
sponsorship was critical to
helping the event to grow.
?Any new investment in the
sport is huge. For us it is
superb, it has enabled a
partnership over the next few
years that will help us build
and develop the event.?
Central to that is the
relationship between his sister
Zara and Ms Page. ?It?s
massively important the two
of them get on extremely well.
I know if it wasn?t for their
relationship Magic Millions
wouldn?t be here this year and
it is so important to have new
blood come in.?
Eric Hoyeau, head of the
French Arqana sales, has been
watching closely to see what
results the sponsorship
achieved.
?We know Magic Millions
and Gerry and Katie are
supporting all sports with
horses and we know the idea is
to develop the cross over in all
sports including polo, show
jumping and racing,?? he says.
?The idea is to also push the
branding of Magic Millions in
Europe and it is a very original
way to do it in an event which
is definitely very, very British.?
But has the gamble paid off?
The results will be evident from
the sales next week.
But Alice Boman, wife of
Newmarket-based bloodstock
agent Stuart Boman, is an early
convert.
?British people are buying
into Australian racehorses
now. We are selling shares in a
horse that is being trained by
Matt Cumani in Victoria.
?People are really excited to
be involved and one of the
people who has come in is
involved in eventing and show
jumping as well,? she said.
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Tragic toll of
seas and sun
T
he first person to
drown in our postsettlement nation was
George Nelson, a cook
aboard the First Fleet
vessel the Prince of Wales.
It had been less than a month
since the Fleet?s arrival and we
were still decades away from
even being named as Australia
when Nelson became Australia?s first recorded drowning victim, way back in February, 1788.
Tragically, the combination
of warm summers and irresistible beaches continues to present a deadly hazard for
Australian swimmers.
In fact, the problem has recently become worse.
More than 50 people having
drowned in Australian waters
since the beginning of summer.
Drowning fatalities are up by 54
per cent compared to the same
period last year.
In NSW alone, 14 people have
drowned in NSW this summer.
Across the entire state, nearly
90 lives were lost to drowning
during the past year.
Clearly, something is going
terribly wrong. That level of increase is not able to be explained
by the usual yearly variations.
Experts point out three areas
of particular concern. ?I don?t
believe the education programs
the government are doing are
working,? Greg Hackfath, Na-
tional President of the Australian
Professional
Ocean
Lifeguard Association, told The
Saturday Telegraph.
?They have to change their
tack. Professional lifeguards are
the ones there, they?re the ones
who have the know-how.?
A second area of concern for
Hackfath is a decline in parental
vigilance. ?We?re not babysitters,? he said. ?Parents need to
watch their kids as well.?
The third area of worry involves recent migrants to Australia who are unfamiliar with
dangerous beaches.
?We?ve been doing a lot to get
the message to our multicultural
communities,? Royal Life Saving Society National Research
Coordinator Amy Peden points
out. ?We?re continually trying to
improve our efforts each year.?
That important work needs
to continue, agrees APOLA National Secretary John Andrews,
noting that immigrants are
missing out on crucial water
safety programs.
Lifeguard Association leader
Greg Hackfath summarises this
aspect of our drowning epidemic very succinctly. ?If they
are migrant Australians,? he
said, ?they?ve never been exposed to this sort of stuff.?
Just like poor George Nelson,
lost to the cruel Port Jackson
waves 231 years ago.
The SUSI tells a great story
E
conomic indicators come in all sort of various forms.
There?s inflation, gross domestic product, wages growth
? or not ? and consumer confidence levels.
And here?s a new one: the School Uniform Spending Index, or
SUSI, exclusively revealed in The Saturday Telegraph.
According to the SUSI, our economy is roaring along. Australian
parents will spend more than $1 billion this year on uniforms,
shoes and other required back-to-school items.
That is an epic amount, and the fact it is being spent on
education essentials is another very healthy sign.
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Get serious about drug
problem and arrest it
In Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia
and the Philippines, if you take
drugs or are caught with drugs, you
go to jail for a very long time, or are
executed.
Here in Australia, it?s a slap on
the wrist, confiscation and often no
arrest or even a hint of jail time with
slick legal representation.
Herein lies Australia?s problem.
If we are to get really serious about
this drug problem, whether it be
party pills or ice, we need to
introduce the death penalty for
high-end drug dealers and stiff 10year sentences for small-fry
suppliers.
Harsh, I hear you say? To stamp
out drug manufacturing and or
importation, we need to stamp out
the dealers, literally.
John Partridge, Manly
Rise above rhetoric
I listened to Prime Minister Scott
Morrison?s Christmas message to
the electorate.
He certainly painted a very rosy
picture of how well Australians are
faring under his watch.
However, he failed to mention all
those low-income earners and
pensioners who cannot afford the
price of electricity plus other
necessities.
Thousands have had their power
disconnected and those lucky
enough to have power have to use it
sparingly.
In the winter, the use of heaters is
out of the question and in the
summer, they have put their fans
and air-conditioners in mothballs.
And his message didn?t inspire
many of the 1.2 million Aussie kids
who, according to the Smith Family
charity, are now living in poverty,
nor the millions of adults who are
also living under the poverty line.
Also, we must not forget the
thousands of Australians who are
homeless and are sleeping in
doorways, under bridges, in bus
shelters and in cars.
So, the PM?s message is clearly
directed at the affluent members of
our society and not to those less
fortunate mentioned above. I
believe it is about time for Mr
Morrison to come out and actually
address the failure of his
government to show some
compassion for these hapless
members of our community.
Their plight requires immediate
remedial action not just more empty
rhetoric.
Geoff Field, Gundagai
Our big win at the SCG
A
ustralia faces a monumental battle against
India during the Fourth
Test at the SCG.
But in another, far more significant battle, Australians are
scoring heavy runs. Prime Minister Scott Morrison will today
announce a $27 million boost
for the McGrath Foundation.
This windfall will cover costs
for 41 new specialist McGrath
Foundation nurses in their work
to combat breast cancer.
The Prime Minister?s announcement will be made during the annual Jane McGrath
Day fundraiser at the SCG.
Indian captain Virat Kohli
got into the McGrath Day spirit
on day one, wearing flashes of
pink and scoring some quick
runs with a pink-handled bat.
Let?s see fans of both teams
keep the fundraising coming.
As Glenn McGrath says, cash
is needed even with the government?s increased support.
?A considerable challenge
still remains,? McGrath said.
?Even with this generous support we will be 94 nurses short.?
Please donate. You?ll be part
of a great Aussie SCG victory.
Climate facts get clearer
With the recent bushfires in the US
state of California, the trendy left
was very quick off the mark, to
blame it all on climate change.
Since this very tragic event, and
with the loss of life and property, the
blame game has now moved to the
local power companies, due to the
belief that fallen power lines may
have caused this tragic event, and
not climate change.
As to human intervention, if
people were allowed to clear a fair
and reasonable amount of
vegetation around their homes, as
well as to allow back burning, the
chances of this occurring may have
been greatly reduced.
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Things are
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more
wave and braced for
storms tomorrow, meteorologists said average temperatures were steadily rising.
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seeing maximum temperato continue,
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higher- ing of this southerly
day
Mr forecast to bring
while the CBD?s hottest
those warm temperatures
on increases,? meteorologistpat- than-average temperatures.
be
of 45.8C was recorded
could drop very fast and
Notara said. ?So if that
?Coastal areas always replaced by a potentially
likely
January 18, 2013.
tern continues we are
breeze but
he
The Bureau of Meteor- to see more heatwaves af- have the sea
very stormy Saturday,?
said
across the state on average said. ?By Sunday the wet
ology?s Jordan Notara
fecting the state.?
expecting higher
will stick around
that over the past decade,
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was
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temperatures across NSW map whether storm inten- maximum temperatures,?
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all but one year.
for a few days before
same period but noted
That trend had broadly ney had already experienced warmer conditions.?expected peratures return to average.?
The mercury is
Tristan Edcontinued since the 1990s, several extreme events this
Carpenter
in Penrith today
off his
explaining why the average summer, including the hail- to hit 38C
change wards, 19, showing
were
Jamberoo
of but a late southerly
person felt summers
to acrobatic skills at
storm that caused millions
could cause temperatures
yesterday, said
getting increasingly hotter.
coastal Action Park
dollars of damage in Decemheat:
?We are seeing increas- ber ?That hail event was one plummet in Sydney?s
of his plan to beat the
t es
b h d of expected
Yesterday?s report.
No longer
cheap to
keep cool
There is a spike in people
hospitalised because of the hot
weather (?Things are really
heating up?, 4/1).
How many were sitting in
the heat too scared to turn on
the air-conditioner because of
the high price of electricity,
caused by expensive and
unreliable renewable energy
instead of cheap coal-fired
power?
No doubt our MPs,
especially Labor/Greens, who
believe in renewable energy,
are sitting in their airconditioned electoral offices
and Parliament House, staying
cool at taxpayers? expense.
Paul Craft, Cessnock
Climate change did not start
these fires.
With the NSW state election in
March, and the federal election soon
after, the trendy left is best advised
to get their facts straight on climate
change, and divert their attention
away from this subject.
Matthew Geary, Wentworth Falls
Illegal for a reason
I?ve read with great interest the
furore associated with the call to
provide ?pill testing? at music
festivals in an attempt to normalise
drug taking.
Why should the NSW taxpayer
be expected to not only provide the
pill testing facilities, equipment and
staff, but then be expected to foot
the cost of same, when this action is
clearly against the law?
These are nothing more than
drug addicts who should be aware of
the dangers associated with the
taking of illegal drugs and/or
substances but choose to ignore the
dangers and consequences, and then
expect the taxpayers to pay for their
stupid idiotic self-inflicted lifestyles.
Sure, there will be deaths through
these moronic actions, but that?s not
the overall general public?s fault. So
why should I feel any guilt that
someone dies of their own stupid
actions? It?s not my problem.
The organisers of these music
festivals must have the
responsibility to ensure their event
is drug free, and does not result in
the death and/or hospitalisation of
any drug or substance overdose.
The organisers should also be
held responsible for all costs
involved in providing police
supervision, ambulance
attendances, and the fire brigade if
required. Why should any
organisation be allowed to become
rich from the profits of any music
festival which allows young people
attending to bring, procure, take and
sell illegal drugs and/or substances,
which, when all said and done, can
kill and in fact have done so?
Dennis New, Forster
Lift players? standards
The NRL needs to lift its game, and
instil into their players a sense of
decency that is grossly lacking.
The shocking news reports of
players indulging in what could only
be called ?filthy, disgusting and vile
behaviour? need to stop.
This behaviour was never evident
30 years ago, so what has happened
over the years?
Are the players so feted by their
clubs, put on a pedestal by their fans,
and so full of themselves, that they
think ?anything goes??
Well, enough is enough.
If ever there was a need for a
royal commission into the
behaviour of some (not all) of these
?pathetic excuses for men?, then
now is the time.
And not before time.
Carol Ellis, Erina
Cloud lifts over Warner
It was a very good press conference
by David Warner, who has acted
correctly since the ball tampering
scandal.
I imagine some will be nervous
about what he has to say when his
career finishes.
Meanwhile, India continues to
hammer a side that was
handicapped from the start by
Cricket Australia, which succumbed
to political correctness, and refused
to accept any responsibility for its
involvement in the scandal as
shown by the exorbitant
suspensions remaining in place, and
continues to make decisions
regarding our national side which
are to its detriment (the entire
summer schedule with no first Test
at the Gabba and poor pitches), so
that it can chase dollars.
Soccer and basketball are looking
more attractive every day.
Mitchell Beston, Woy Woy
Briefly . . .
With the huge drug problem that
doesn?t seem to even diminish a bit,
perhaps there should be more
warnings in the media about the
consequences of taking drugs ?
fines, mental and physical health
problems, possible passport
withdrawal, not to mention ruining
your life.
Annabelle, Newport
***
If sniffer dogs are used to detect
drugs at airports, why can?t they be
used at music festivals? These
poisonous substances are illegal,
aren?t they?
Kate, Bega
***
I was a diehard cricket fan until
these drop in pitches became the
?in? thing. I have watched less and
less in the past few years. I haven?t
watched one ball of this Test. It is
boring. Whoever wins the toss and
bats wins the match. There are no
twists and turns anymore. I?m not
the only one who has lost interest.
Liz, Gosford
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BEST OF WARREN
A sexist
remark I
can do
without
KYLIE LANG
Get busy being busy
The constant preachings about the need to slow down and do less can be tiresome
A
ccording to popular rhetoric,
being busy is a ??syndrome?, a
??disease?, a modern
??sickness?. And as this new
year begins, we?ll be
bombarded with warnings about the
dire need to unplug and slow down; to
do less in 2019 in order to be more.
Yet when I read these arguments I
am often left feeling frustrated.
They tend to be heavy on the
admonishments and lamentations, yet
light on solutions.
If I was feeling overwhelmed and
over-scheduled before reading, surely
afterwards I?d be left just as busy, but
also now with added guilt and shame.
There?s also frequently the
promotion of a decidedly middle-class
perspective in these pro-time-out
preachings.
For lots of people, working hard is
not a choice, it?s the only option.
Take my friend, whose husband is a
farmer. ?My husband works seven days
a week,? she tells me. ?He absolutely
has no patience for people saying he
should take more time out. The work is
still there to be done, he hasn?t got
anyone else to do it for him. Anyone
who owns their own business is
generally in the same situation.?
It?s significant that she adds: ?The
truth is, he enjoys it. He relishes the
productivity.?
I too am a worker bee, happiest
when industrious. Does this mean I am
doomed to a life of exhaustion and
superficial relationships?
Not at all. For the most part, I enjoy
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MILLER
For lots of people, working
hard is not a choice, it?s
the only option
the diversity and stimulation my fulltime work, writing, volunteering and
life as a single parent offers me.
I also learnt very early on in my
career how to prioritise the agendas
that compete for my attention and how
to set boundaries.
And, on a personal level, I learnt (the
hard way) that too much time to
navel gaze is simply not good for me.
As writer Elizabeth Gilbert once
eloquently confessed: ?If I am not
actively creating something, then I
am probably actively destroying
something.?
The often unspoken truth is that
busy is also a relative term. I have
friends who don?t work ? and have a
team of household helpers ? who will
lament how ?flat out? and exhausted
they are attending lunches and
playing tennis.
Dr Natalie Ferres, director of
consultancy company Bendelta,
explains: ?The palatability of ?being
busy? is highly individual, differing
across people (and even differing
within the same person across
different times).?
And there?s research to suggest that
those with a busy lifestyle may in fact
be boosting their brain function.
Professor of Psychology Sara
Festini?s 2016 research found that
middle-aged and older people who are
busy perform better across a range of
different cognitive functions including
brain processing speeds, reasoning and
vocabulary. Their memory of events
was especially enhanced. What makes
these findings surprising is that we so
often assume busy equates with
stressed, a state of being that we know
is detrimental to brain function.
Yet it turns out busy doesn?t
necessarily imply we are setting
ourselves up for long-term brain
burnout at all.
There is no one-size-fits-all
approach to navigating life.
Some of us will do a lot and feel
like we are drowning in the seemingly
endless sea of demands placed upon us.
Others will do very little and feel
equally as swamped.
And yet others, like my CEO friend
who leads a large non-profit, will thrive
on the busyness.
?I refuse to feel guilty about my
load? she tells me.
?I?ll stop when I need to. But even
when I do pause, I am rarely still. My
idea of zen is playing Pokemon Go on
my phone while on my way to an outlet
sale. Possibly listening to a podcast at
the same time.?
May 2019 be the year you find a way
to pull back if you feel you need to, or
be the year you get to take on more if
you are instead craving the rush.
May it be the year, too, in which you
learn to listen to the advice that makes
the most intuitive, emotional sense to
you, and for you and yours.
Because ultimately, this is the only
kind of advice any of us really have the
time to follow.
Dannielle Miller is an author, educator and
CEO of Enlighten Education.
YOU know you?re
winning when someone
tells you that you look
good for your age.
Women ? and it?s
typically women over 40
? on the receiving end
of this compliment
should feel flattered,
should they not?
Not.
The more I hear it ?
including when friends
and I are out enjoying a
drink in a bar (and we
stay out after 9pm!) ?
the more it grates.
I find it patronising,
narrow-minded and,
while I?m at it, sexist,
since you rarely hear the
same being said of a
man. Prepared as I am
for a familiar barrage
from blokes who claim
feisty females have
emasculated them and
that they can?t put a foot
right, I have to call out
this peculiar remark.
Well-intentioned it
might be but it
reinforces negative
stereotypes around
beauty and youth.
There is so much
more to admire in a
woman than her
appearance. But I?m not
holding my breath for
someone to tell me my
brain is working well ?
for my age. Or that I?m
still kicking career goals
? at my age.
For we gals who, and
here?s another clanger,
haven?t ?let themselves
go? (to where, I ask), the
tone of surprise when
being complimented on
how good we look is offputting. It implies that,
like a block of cheese,
we have a use-by date
and if we haven?t
exceeded it then we?re
fast approaching it and
turning more than a little
bit mouldy.
Growing older should
not be something to be
feared or surgically
removed like a cyst. The
alternative is to die
young, and that?s not
preferable.
Having a positive
attitude to ageing can
also add years to our
lives, according to
research by Yale
University psychologists.
So please, instead of
telling a woman she
looks good for her age,
how about just saying
she looks good. If you
must say anything at all.
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MONSTER MUST N
PAUL QUINN HAS FOUGHT A RELENTLESS
CAMPAIGN TO KEEP HIS SISTER?S KILLER
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first hand how
violent Reginald
Kenneth Arthurell
can be, after he
found his sister
murdered by the
serial killer.
At the time, Arthurell was
on parole for beating two men
to death and was a major
suspect in the murders of at
least four other people.
?This man should not have
been out of prison when he
killed my sister Venet and he
should never be let out again,??
Quinn told the Saturday
Telegraph.
Arthurell, a drifter who
called himself Tex and
wandered the country hanging
out at rodeos pretending to be
a cowboy, is again up for a
parole in March but thanks to
Mr Quinn?s efforts the state
parole board has already
indicated it will be rejected.
?He was eligible for parole
in 2015 and 2017 and both
times I pleaded that he never
be released but now he is being
groomed to be freed and has
been let out on day release on
four occasions,?? Quinn said
from his western suburbs
home.
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he was given day release just
two years into an 11-year
sentence not only was I
stunned at the leniency but I
went to the prison and pleaded
with them, saying it was wrong
and if anything happened to
Venet they would be
responsible,?? he said, recalling
how his pleas fell on deaf ears.
In a desperate attempt to
make sure authorities don?t
make the same mistake again,
the retired supervisor has
written a book In The Hands
Of Evil, which not only details
the crimes of Arthurell but
also how the justice system let
his sister and the whole
community down.
?When I get it published,
even if I have to print and pay
for it myself, I am going to give
a copy to every member of the
parole board, the AttorneyGeneral and the Premier so
they will have the full story of
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a decade later, while in prison
for the manslaughter of a
teenager in the Northern
Territory, that Arthurell would
admit to killing Thornton, but
only to manslaughter, saying
he was provoked.
In between police say he is
suspected of the triple slaying
of Karen Edwards, 23, Gordon
Twaddle, 21, and Timothy
Thomson, 31, shot to death in
1978 at Mt Isa. They were last
seen at a local rodeo.
In 1981, the now 71-year-old
was arrested and pleaded
guilty to bashing 19-year-old
Ross Browning to death in the
Northern Territory.
In May 1988, he was
released having served just six
years of a 12-year sentence. He
was immediately extradited to
Sydney where he pleaded
guilty to killing his stepfather
and was sentenced to 11 years
jail with a non-parole period of
four years and six months.
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commented he had made a
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visits when he was transferred
to Sydney.
?Only weeks after
Arthurell?s release, Venet told
us that they planned to move
to the country and get married
and nothing I said would
change her mind.
By September 1991 Venet
had sold her Kingswood
house, paid off the mortgage,
bought a house in
Coonabarabran and moved
there with him,?? Quinn said,
adding she was leaving behind
her family in Sydney.
They kept in contact by
phone and when she said how
unhappy she was and that
Arthurell had disappeared,
breaking his parole conditions,
her family urged her to come
back home.
By 1995 she was planning to
go back to Sydney and a
warrant had been issued for
Arthurell?s arrest for
breaching parole but he was
nowhere to be found.
Then in February
1995 Mr Quinn knew
something was up
when his sister was
not answering
anyone?s calls.
He decided to
drive to
Coonabarabran to
check on her but
the house was
locked and there
seemed no sign
of life.
?Armed
with a
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The horses to follow
at Wyong and Albury
Dale sends
classy cast
on the road
RAY THOMAS
CANBERRA trainer Matthew
Dale takes one of his strongest
teams, numerically and in
quality, to the Randwick Kensington meeting today.
Sei Stella leads the stable
charge in the Summer Sprint,
with Dale sending up to four
stablemates with the speedy
mare to Sydney.
They include Super Star
Bob and Animalia for the Australian Turf Club Handicap
(1550m).
Both horses are in top form,
with Super Star Bob finishing
second in three of his four starts
this preparation ? including a
game effort behind Penske at
Randwick ? while Animalia
scored a tough win on debut for
the stable at Canberra.
Dale has also entered both
horses for Monday?s Moruya
Cup and indicated he was likely to avoid a clash between the
stable duo.
?Super Star Bob will run in
Sydney and I?m thinking of
saving Animalia for the Moruya Cup,?? Dale said.
?I thought Super Star Bob
was unlucky not to win the
other day and he is knocking
on the door. He?s drawn well
and we have Hugh Bowman to
ride him so it looks a nice race
for the horse.
?Animalia has thrived since
he has been with us.
?He really wanted to win
first-up.
?At this stage, I would say
we will keep him for Moruya.??
Dale will be aiming at his
13th TAB Highway win when
he saddles up Te Ata in the
1300m Kensington race.
Te Ata returned to her best
form with a powerful last-start
win and Dale decided to run
the mare at the Kensington
meeting rather than on yesterday?s home-track Canberra
program.
?She drops in weight and
gets a good draw for her in the
Highway,?? he said.
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Speed queen Stella
to get Heart racing
RAY THOMAS
EXCITING summer sprint finds Heart
Conquered and Sei Stella will be asked
the toughest questions of their emerging race careers when they clash at
Randwick?s Kensington meeting today.
Both lightly-raced young speedsters
have been absolutely brilliant in their recent wins and are the early favourites for
the Summer Racing Handicap (1000m).
But can Heart Conquered translate
his impressive wet-track form on to a
dry surface?
And can Sei Stella negotiate the usually difficult transition from TAB Highway class to Sydney Saturday
Benchmark racing?
The trainers of Heart Conquered
and Sei Stella are cautiously optimistic
about their chances ahead of the sprint
showdown that could prove the race of
the day.
Heart Conquered and Sei Stella are
blessed with sheer, natural speed, they
can roll along in front at a high cruising
speed getting their rivals off the bit and
chasing before the home turn which is
not often the case in 1000m races.
Michael Hawkes, the co-trainer of
Heart Conquered, is convinced the
three-year-old is just as effective on top
of the ground despite his easy wins in
heavy going over the Warwick Farm
1000m course at his past two starts.
?Heart Conquered is not just a wettracker,?? Hawkes said.
?He?s done a great job in Sydney this
summer with two starts for two wins
and hopefully he can make it three.
?After his last-start win at Warwick
Farm (December 22), he pulled up so
well that we decided to give him another run this time in.
?He has done everything right in his
training since Warwick Farm.??
Heart Conquered ($3 favourite) has
scored all four of his career wins at
1000m, as has Sei Stella ($4).
Sei Stella ran her rivals ragged to
win a TAB Highway at Randwick on
December 15, with trainer Matthew
Dale believing the four-year-old mare
deserves a chance in better-grade races.
Sei Stella wins at Royal Randwick and (inset) Heart Conquered scores at Warwick Farm. Pictures: Getty Images, AAP
?I know it is a massive jump in class
for her but she does come down 2.5kg
so it is a gamble we are prepared to
take,?? Dale said.
?She is basically a 1000m to 1100m
horse at the moment so that restricts us
to what races we can run her in.
?This will be a good test for her.??
Sei Stella likes to lead in her races, as
does Heart Conquered, with the pair
drawn alongside each other in barriers
six and seven, respectively.
It will be interesting to see who leads
early, with Dale hinting that jockey Jay
Ford would not be handing up to
Tommy Berry on Heart Conquered.
?Sei Stella?s speed is her greatest
asset, she will always be very much an
on-speed runner because she jumps
and gets into stride so quickly,?? he said.
Dale said Sei Stella ?hasn?t missed a
beat? since her Randwick win.
?She is jumping out of her skin,?? he
said. ?There is another race next week
which might suit her better but that
would mean giving her a month between runs.
?She is very fresh and ready to go
back to the races.??
Although Heart Conquered and Sei
Stella are at the top of betting, this is
not a two-horse race by any means.
The Matthew Smith-trained Rebel
Miss is another at her best over 1000m
where she has recorded three of her
four career wins.
Rebel Miss, an $8 chance, is resuming today but she has been brilliant in
two recent barrier trials and she does
perform fresh.
Wanna Get A What ($31) has won
five races over 1000m, Difficult To Get
($13) is a four-time winner at the distance, $126 roughie Le Dejeuner has
won three races, and Revenire ($6.50)
from the Godolphin yard has never
missed a place over the sprint trip in
five attempts, winning twice.
COUNTRY AND PROVINCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
Thursday 17 January:
Sunday 6 January:
Gosford Gold Cup(Listed) 2100m
Gilgandra Cup 1600m
Takeover Target Stakes(Listed) 1200m
Monday 7 January:
Moruya Cup 1425m Showcase Meeting
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RAY THOMAS
Ljungberg aims at goal
LJUNGBERG, named after a
Swedish soccer player, must
produce a compelling performance
in the 2019 Membership Handicap
(1300m) at the Kensington track
today to convince trainer Ron
Quinton to commit to a start in the
$2 million Magic Millions 3yo
Guineas at the Gold Coast next
Saturday.
?He?s in the Gold Coast race but
we are not anticipating taking him
up there,?? Quinton said.
?We are not getting anxious
about next week because he only
won his maiden last start so we are
not getting too carried away.
?He?s a promising horse but we
will take it step by step.??
Quinton?s measured approach
to a possible Magic Millions
Guineas run is understandable as
Ljungberg has had only four starts,
breaking through at Canterbury
when resuming last month.
Ljungberg, rated a $5 chance
today, is by leading sire I Am
Invincible, and is very cleverly
named after Swedish soccer player
Freddie Ljungberg, a member of
Arsenal?s famous 2003-04 team
that earned the nickname ?The
Invincibles? after going through all
THE BIG BETS
Race 1: Hightail $6-$5,
Jahbath $4.60-$4.80-$4.40,
Avon River $3.60-$3.70$3.50, Underwood $11-$9.50.
Race 3: La Scopa $2.80$2.05 with bets of $500 at
$2.80, $760 at $2.30, $800
at $2.25, $835 at $2.20, $890
at $2.15, $910 at $2.10,
Elegant Ellen $6-$7, Ibini $6$8, Te Ata $8-$9.50
Race 4: Ljungberg $6-$5.50
after a $600 wager at $6,
Sure Knee $4.40-$4.80,
Nindamos $8-$5.50.
Race 5: Sweet Scandal $6$6.50, Charlayne $8-$9.50,
Gongs $4.60-$5, The Art Of
The Bar $2.80-$2.90-$2.60
after bets of $520 at $2.90,
$590 and $500 at $2.70,
Spanish Dream $11-$9.50,
Connemara $8-$7.
Race 6: Astoria $4.60-$5,
Samadoubt $8-$9, Regent
$6-$4.80, Poetic Charmer
$4.60-$4 with $500 at $4.
Race 7: Spectroscope $4.60$5, Invinzabeel $6-$7, Sir
Plush $6-$6.50, New
Universe $8.50-$9.50,
Gresham $3.60-$2.50 with
bets of $510 at $2.90, $600
at $2.60, $670 and $500 at
$2.50.
Race 8: Heart Conquered
$2.80-$2.90, Darktown
Strutter $11-$10, Rebel Miss
$8-$8.50, Sei Stella $4.60$3.90 with bets of $500 at
$4.60, $500 at $4.
Race 9: Nicci?s Gold $6$5.50,Tahsin $8-$8.50, Super
Star Bob $4.40-$4.20.
THE BEST BARRIERS
The best barriers at
Randwick?s Kensington (in
order of most wins)
1000m; 4,6,8,9
1150m; 6,1,7,5
1300m; 3,6,7,8
1550m; 7,1,2,3
EARLY QUADDIE
Race 2x: 1,3,6,7
Race 3: 1,2,12
Race 4: 3,4,8,11
Race 5: 4,11,13
Suggested Bet: $20
Bet Percentage: 10.41%
QUADDIE
Race 6: 2,4,5,9
Race 7: 1,2,9
Race 8: 3,4,8,11
Race 9: 4,11,13
Suggested Bet: $20
Bet Percentage: 10,41%
38 English Premier League games
unbeaten.
Champion jockey Hugh
Bowman rides Ljungberg, one of
the best chances of his strong book
of seven rides at the Kensington
meeting. Bowman also rides
Hightail (race 1), Intuition (race 2),
Charlayne (race 5), Regent (race
6), Darktown Strutter (race 8) and
Super Star Bob (race 9).
Gresham
sham looks perfectly
placed
laced to return to
winning form at
Kensington today.
Ray Thomas
KENSINGTON
R6: THE AVIARY @ RANDWICK (1300M)
Sally Snow (TAB): ?Samadoubt will control this
race from in front. The win first-up was
impressive, then he went very quick and only
tired late last start. Will be fitter for this and
appreciate the step up to 1300m.??
Glenn Munsie (TAB): ?Poetic Charmer steps
to Saturday grade out of a couple of nice
midweek wins and he?s definitely found a
winnable race here. Has come back well and can
go forward from a wide draw to trail speed. Dry
track suits and still has upside this preparation
unlike a number of his opposition here. Over four
weeks since he has run but was scratched
recently on wet with this race in mind.??
Grant Palmer (bookie): ?Let?s Party Marty
has been racing in good form and gets his chance
here to go one better after two consecutive
second placings. Astoria does not win out of turn
but there has been some money to suggest he
will run well.??
Blake Johnston (bookie): ?Skyray looks
back on track after a fast-finishing third to Gongs.
He can strip fitter and prove hard to beat.??
Verdict: Poetic Charmer
R7: KENSINGTON HCP (1550M)
Darktown Strutter will have a ball
PRICE CHECK
BEST
BETS
Darktown Strutter (race 8) is rated
about a $9 chance is looks value in
an open race. The Queensland
sprinter has an excellent record of
seven wins from 12 starts and
defeated Rebel Miss over 900m on
the Gold Coast when last in work.
Her first-up record is good and
Hugh Bowman rides.
Gresham (race 7) i
is right at his peak
after three runs
from a spell and with
apprentice Robbie Dolan able
to claim his full 3kg
allowance, carries only 49kg.
Drawn to get the run of the
race. Ready to win.
TRIAL POINTERS
Nindamos (race 4) produced
a stunning effort on debut.
This is a huge jump in grade
from a provincial maiden to
Sydney Saturday class but is
very promising.
Botti (race four) is an interesting
runner. He is named after the
trainer of his Melbourne Cup
placed sire, Jakkalberry, and is a
half brother to booming Victoria
Derby winner Lion Tamer. Botti
had been prepared by Lion
Tamer?s trainer, Murray Baker,
before being relocated to Chris
Waller. Botti was a clear and
conspicuous last early in his 896m
trial at Canterbury on December
20 but was warming up late as
you?d expect in the heat to finish a
close third. Will be better later over
more ground but may sprint well
fresh.
Rebel Miss (race 8) hasn?t won
since September 6, 2017, but she
has been a consistent mare in the
EACH WAY
interim and did not finish worse
than fifth in all runs last
preparation. Thee Matthew Smithtrained mare is a daughter of
Krupt whom he won the Todman
Stakes with at the colt?s final start.
Smith also trained the dam, Marju
Rani. Rebel Miss was ridden by
James McDonald in her latest trial
when she ran a blazing 46.25s for
the 807m heat at Warwick Farm
and it was enough to see him take
the ride today.
WORK WHISPERS
Avon River (race 1) was bought by
Godolphin for $500,000 at the
2018 Inglis Melbourne Premier
Yearling Sale. The filly is by
champion sire Fastnet Rock out of
Lady Melksham who won the
Group 3 Cockram Stakes at
Caulfield. Avon River looked to
have plenty up the sleeve when she
won her December 27 trial at
Warwick Farm over 807m. The
two-year-old, who was scratched
from Canterbury last night,
worked on the Warwick Farm
course proper on Tuesday over
600m in 39.84s, last 400m in
24.56s, final 200m in 11.57s.
Nicci?s Gold (race 9) is a Gary
Portelli-trained mare whose
earnings crept closer to $300,000
with a barnstorming win at
Warwick Farm three days out
from Christmas. The daughter of
Nicconi came from last of the nine
runners in the 1400m affair racing
right away over the concluding
stages. Nicci?s Gold worked on
Tuesday morning at Warwick
Farm over the 1000m on the Pro
Ride in 1.10.2s, home the last 400m
in 25.65s and last 200m in 12.65s.
Sally Snow (TAB): ?Whilst it hasn?t been in the
winners? circle, Gresham has been racing
consistently this preparation. Gets the perfect
run here and finds a very winnable race with the
in-form Robbie Dolan aboard.??
Glenn Munsie (TAB): ?Looks a race that will
be dominated by those on speed with Sir Plush
to lead and Gresham sitting on him. Very little
separated them behind Tip Top last Saturday in a
BM94. Happy to see Robbie Dolan be a bit more
aggressive on Gresham with only 50kgs and not
let Sir Plush get a picnic. No great spoil at the
odds but hard to beat. Sir Plush no pushover,
though, if he controls.??
Grant Palmer (bookie): ?There has been a
strong push for Gresham since markets opened
with punters snapping up the $3 on offer. I
thought Invinzabeel looked OK first-up for the
Mark Newnham stable and should take
improvement from that.??
Blake Johnston (bookie): ?Gresham is easy
to like with only 50kg on his back. Like the fact
he?s on the week back-up and he can strip fitter.??
Verdict: Gresham
R8: SUMMER RACING HCP (1000M)
Michael Hawkes (trainer) Heart Conquered:
?Heart Conquered is not just a wet-tracker. He?s
done a great job in Sydney this summer with two
starts for two wins and hopefully he can make it
three (today).??
Sally Snow (TAB): ?Heart Conquered has
been flying at it?s last two starts. It has good
natural speed and very hard to catch over the
1000m. Back to a dry track here which is the only
query but it should be right there in the finish.??
Glenn Munsie (TAB): ?Out on a limb here to
be against both favourites. Great value in
Difficult To Get. Not swung by weight difference
but more by him returning to a nice firm track at
his favourite trip and drawing soft to trail
speedsters. Safely held by Heart Conquered at
Warwick Farm but he got it very easy in front on
a heavy track. Different story today on firm one.??
Grant Palmer (bookie): ?Heart Conquered
and Sei Stella look to have the race between
them. Sei Stella has been the better supported of
the pair as punters appear to have queries about
Heart Conquered?s dry track form with his last
two wins coming on heavy ground.??
Verdict: Heart Conquered
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THE
VITAL
INFO
TABFORM
THe Track
THe rail
Good (4). At the last meeting here on
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.
Race 1 events By aTc Handicap
1150m 12.40
ray Thomas
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Horse
Draw
HigHTail wh
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JaHbaTH h
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PeralTa ?
9
TwenTyFour caraT h ? 10
Vici h ?
5
43 namimo h ?
11
asiago ?
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aVon riVer ?
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my Fire PHoenix h
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5sislanDs ?
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4 unDerwooD ?
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Trainer
P & P Snowden
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
David Payne
J A O?Shea
P & P Snowden
D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
James Cummings
James Cummings
J G Sargent
Brad Widdup
Billy Healey
Jockey
J Bowman
T Marquand
J Collett
T Berry
J Mc Donald
SCRATCHED
SCRATCHED
B Avdulla
SCRATCHED
C Brown
A Hyeronimus
Race 2 autumn carnival On Sale
wgT
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56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56
54.5
54.5
54.5
54
54
1150m 1.20
EQ1
3yo & up Benchmark 88. 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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1632s
33s31
3869s
024s0
02517
118s7
s1122
09s09
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Horse
Draw
malaise w
4
easy eDDie tw
6
bolero king wn
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susPense whn
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maPmaker wb
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inTuiTion
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all Too royal
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eVer so naTural t
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34.00
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8.50
Race 3 TaB Highway Handicap
Jockey
J Van Overmeire (a2)
R Dolan (a3)
SCRATCHED
SCRATCHED
A Hyeronimus
J Bowman
C Brown
B Ryan (a3)
wgT
62.5
7.50
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*2.00
58.5
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58.5
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56.5
7.50
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5.00
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4.20
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41.00
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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TAB CODE: SR
on sky1, sky Thoroughbred central
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Jockey
B Avdulla
R Dolan (a3)
T Berry
B Griffiths (a3)
A Hyeronimus
T Marquand
J Ford
SCRATCHED
J Collett
B Ryan (a3)
C Brown
Ms R King
wgT
59
56.5
56
56
55.5
55.5
54.5
54
53.5
53
53
53
Ms J Taylor
54.5 14.00
53
31.00
53 101.00
*2.15
7.50
19.00
61.00
9.00
7.50
19.00
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10.00
19.00
31.00
14.00
shayne o?cass
adam sherry
1
3 PeralTa
8 Avon River
4 Twentyfour Carat
1 Hightail
1 HigHTail
8 Avon River
2 Jahbath
4 Twentyfour Carat
1 HigHTail
4 Twentyfour Carat
2 Jahbath
8 Avon River
1 xxHigHTail
11 Underwood
4 Twentyfour Carat
3 Peralta
2
2 easy eDDie
7 All Too Royal
1 Malaise
6 Intuition
2 xxeasy eDDie
7 All Too Royal
1 Malaise
6 Intuition
2 easy eDDie
6 Intuition
1 Malaise
7 All Too Royal
2 easy eDDie
7 All Too Royal
1 Malaise
5 Mapmaker
2 easy eDDie
6 Intuition
1 Malaise
7 All Too Royal
2 easy eDDie
6 Intuition
5 Mapmaker
1 Malaise
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
1 la scoPa
13 Carruthers
9 Te Ata
6 Dutchesse Moshe
4
10 ninDamos
3 Swelt
7 Ljungberg
6 A Million Dreams
7 lJungberg
10 Nindamos
2 Botti
9 Sure Knee
7 xlJungberg
2 Botti
10 Nindamos
5 Silent Explorer
1 Pembroke casTle
7 Ljungberg
9 Sure Knee
2 Botti
3 swelT
7 Ljungberg
10 Nindamos
1 Pembroke Castle
9 sure knee
7 Ljungberg
2 Botti
5 Silent Explorer
5
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
1 sweeT scanDal
4 Gongs
6 Kawaikini
5 The Art Of The Bar
6
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
5 xxxPoeTic cHarmer
7 Let?s Party Marty
8 Zidane
2 Samadoubt
7
9 xxxgresHam
2 Invinzabeel
1 Spectroscope
3 Emperor?s Way
8 new uniVerse
1 Spectroscope
9 Gresham
2 Invinzabeel
3 emPeror?s way
2 Invinzabeel
1 Spectroscope
10 The Getaway
9 gresHam
1 Spectroscope
2 Invinzabeel
10 The Getaway
1 sPecTroscoPe
9 Gresham
2 Invinzabeel
3 Emperor?s Way
9 gresHam
5 Sir Plush
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
7 xDiFFiculT To geT
3 Revenire
5 Darktown Strutter
8 Rebel Miss
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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
8 inTueri
11 Super Star Bob
5 Our Gravano
1 Coonawarra
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
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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
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Form
12s45
925s9
s950s
70591
21112
64340
31231
1s381
0s4s4
23s14
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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
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wiTcHes
4
oakFielD missile w
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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
wgT
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58.5
58.5
57.5
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57
57
56.5
56.5
56
6.50
10.00
18.00
5.00
*2.50
18.00
9.50
7.00
31.00
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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Race 8 Summer Racing
glenn munsie
1000m 5.00
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.
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Form
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
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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
10.
wgT
61
59.5
59.5
58
57
57
56.5
56.5
55
54
54
52
26.00
18.00
6.00
*2.90
11.00
18.00
12.00
8.00
26.00
?
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.
Jockey
J Ford
J Mc Donald
C Brown
J Collett
B Avdulla
S R Weatherley (a1.5)
J Bowman
SCRATCHED
G Schofield
A Hyeronimus
SCRATCHED
R Dolan (a3)
wgT
58.5
57
57
56.5
56.5
56
56
55.5
55
54.5
54
52
10.00
10.00
14.00
10.00
13.00
10.00
5.00
?
*4.40
5.50
?
14.00
Ms R King
SCRATCHED
52
60
23.00
?
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
2.
Race 6 The aviary @ randwick
1300m 2.30
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.
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.
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.
ЛFirst race: 8.02am
Лlast race: 3.28am (Sun)
Лearly Quaddie: 2, 3, 4, 5
Лbig6: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
simon Thomas
Race 5 tab.com.au
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
legenD
THe Files
ЛTab First 4: All races
ЛDaily Double: Races 7 and 9
ЛQuaddie: 6, 7, 8, 9
Лgates open: 11.45am
4 TwenTyFour caraT
1 Hightail
8 Avon River
2 Jahbath
8.
Trainer
James Cummings
Joseph Pride
C E Conners
P & P Snowden
T R Martin
James Cummings
C Maher & D Eustace
T J Bartley
races today
8 aVon riVer
1 Hightail
2 Jahbath
4 Twentyfour Carat
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.
1.
Randwick (Kensington)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Form
30442
50s15
70s37
63514
8s211
3s1s8
s5522
10s12
s1853
80237
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
Trainer
James Cummings
Bjorn Baker
Richard Litt
James Cummings
P & P Snowden
Matthew Smith
John Thompson
Lauri Wray
C E Conners
P Niceforo
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
wgT
61
60.5
58.5
57.5
57
57
56.5
56.5
56
52
5.00
8.50
?
4.80
*4.00
23.00
5.00
13.00
6.50
101.00
1550m 4.20
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.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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.
9.
Jockey
J Mc Donald
T Marquand
C Brown
SCRATCHED
G Schofield
J Collett
Ms R King
J Ford
R Dolan (a3)
Ms J Taylor
10.
wgT
60
59
58
57.5
55.5
54.5
54.5
52
52
52
4.40
5.50
15.00
?
5.50
61.00
41.00
7.50
*2.30
81.00
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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
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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
?
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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TELERATINGS
RANDWICK
(KENSINGTON)
FORM
With SIMON THOMAS
Sydney
Race 1
RACE 1
INSUFFICIENT FORM
FOR ASSESSMENT
2yos
12.40 (1150m)
Race 2
Place No. Horse
1
2
3
4
5
2
3
6
1
5
EASY EDDIE
ALL TOO ROYAL
INTUITION
MALAISE
MAPMAKER
Need
Latest
2.30
4.60
4.60
6.50
8.00
2.00
4.20
5.00
7.50
7.50
Place No. Horse
1
6
5
11
4
Need
LA SCOPA
DUTCHESSE MOSHE
IBINI
LOPE DE MANGO
THE GRANDSON
Latest
2.50
2.15
8.50
7.50
11.00 9.00
26.00 31.00
41.00 61.00
Race 4
Place No. Horse
1
2
3
4
5
9
10
7
1
2
Need
SURE KNEE
NINDAMOS
LJUNBERG
PEMBROKE CASTLE
BOTTI
Latest
4.80 4.40
7.00
5.50
5.00 5.00
9.00 10.00
14.00 10.00
Race 5
Place No. Horse
1
2
3
4
5
5
4
1
3
6
Need
THE ART OF THE BAR
GONGS
SWEET SCANDAL
HARMATTAN
KAWAIKINI
Latest
2.70
2.50
4.60 5.00
6.00 6.50
16.00 18.00
21.00 18.00
Place No. Horse
5
4
7
1
2
POETIC CHARMER
REGENT
LET?S PARTY MARTY
ASTORIA
SAMADOUBT
Need
Latest
4.40
5.50
6.00
6.50
9.50
4.00
4.80
5.00
5.00
8.50
Need
Latest
3.20
4.20
6.00
7.00
8.50
2.30
4.40
5.50
5.50
7.50
Race 7
Place No. Horse
1
2
3
4
5
9
1
5
2
8
GRESHAM
SPECTROSCOPE
SIR PLUSH
INVINZABEEL
NEW UNIVERSE
Race 8
Place No. Horse
1
2
3
4
5
4
11
3
8
5
Need
HEART CONQUERED
SEI STELLA
REVENIRE
REBEL MISS
DARKTOWN STRUTTER
Latest
3.30
2.90
4.40 3.90
7.00 6.00
8.50 8.00
13.00 11.00
Race 9
Place No. Horse
1
2
3
4
5
11
4
9
10
13
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
?
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
?
1
?
1
?
Wins
?
?
?
1
?
2nds
?
?
?
?
?
3rds
?
1
?
?
?
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
Race 6
1
2
3
4
5
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
Race 3
1
2
3
4
5
Track stats (past 12 months)
Need
SUPER STAR BOB
NICCI?S GOLD
SPARKY LAD
TAHSIN
TOROSO
Latest
4.60 4.20
4.80 5.00
7.00
5.50
8.00
7.50
12.00 10.00
Best win bet
Race 9
Nicci?s Gold
Next best
Race 2
Easy Eddie
Contacts
TURF EDITOR:
Ray Thomas
ray.thomas@news.com.au
9288 3473
FORMGUIDE EDITOR:
Simon Thomas
simon.thomas@news.com.au
9288 3463
RACING:
Matt Jones
matt.jones@news.com.au
9288 2569
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.
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) ? Disputes James
Cummings
SCRATCHED
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) ? Wild Soiree (US) J G
Sargent
SCRATCHED
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%,
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
WON, 14Jul18 nse, sht hd Caulfield Open
1400m 54 (C Williams 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:24.19
(Last 600m 35.98, Last 200m 11.84), Good(4),
Widgee Turf 58 2, Call Me Handsome 54 3, Mask
Of Time 56 4, Btg $5.50, $7.00, $6.50 10th to
800m, 8th turn.
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Harness: Northfield Park (USA), Vincennes (FRA), Bergsaker (SWE)
Greyhounds: Healesville, Bendigo, Ipswich, Warrnambool, The
Meadows, Perry Barr, Cannington, Newcastle (UK)
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 4М 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
?
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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, 14Jul18 lng nck, 0.8L Rosehill Bm92
1200m 56.5 (A Adkins 3) 12, Lim 53, 1:11 (Last
600m 34.78, Last 200m 12.16), Good(4),
Albumin 54.5 1, Insensata 55.5 2, Top Striker
54 4, Btg $7.00, $5.50 led settling, 2nd turn.
Jumped awkwardly.
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 ? Bolero Queen C E Conners
SCRATCHED
4. SUSPENSE (2) 58.5
b g 6 Keano (NZ) ? Intrigues 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
2ND, 03Nov18 nck, hd Rosehill Bm78 1300m
58 (A Hyeronimus 2) 11, Lim 52, 1:16.24 (Last
600m 34.78, Last 200m 11.92), Good(3),
Schubert 58 1, Organza 55.5 3, Monsieur Sisu
53.5 4, Btg $10.00, $7.50, $8.00 5th to turn.
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
WON, 11Jul18 sht nck, 1.8L Warwick Farm 3yo
Bm72 1250m 58.5 (J Van Overmeire 2) 7, Lim 53,
1:13.44 (Last 600m 35.89), Good(4), Devolving
56.5 2, Kissing Game 56 3, Versetto 56 4, Btg
$4.20, $5.50 6th to 800m, 5th turn. Hampered
near 800m.
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--- FRESHENED --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, 15Oct18 lng nck, 4.5L Echuca Bm58
1000m 60 (T Nugent 5) 14, Lim 54, 58.12s (Last
600m 34.17), Good(3), Captain Crackerjak
59.5 2, The Peninsular 59 3, Lexinator 55 4, Btg
$1.65, $1.60 (fav). 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Wide
throughout.
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) 52
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
12TH, 11Jul18 5L Grafton (LR) Ramornie Hcp
1200m 54 (J Taylor 12) 16, Lim 54, 1:08.25 (Last
600m 34.21), Good(4), Havasay 54 1, Belflyer
54 2, Tyzone 54.5 3, Btg $21.00, $61.00 14th to
800m, Last turn. Blocked for a run near 600m.
Blocked for a run near 100m.
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)
3rd UP: 2:0-2-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 18.2%
PLACE: 72.7%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 342s112803s22
11TH, 12May18 10.5L Doomben (G 2) Magic
Millions The Roses 2000m 56.5 (J Byrne 14)
16, Set weights, 2:04.74 (Last 600m 36.86),
Soft(5), Youngstar 56.5 1, Another Dollar 56.5 2,
Highway 56.5 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00 13th settling,
14th 1200m, 15th 800m, Last turn.
--- LET-UP --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
2ND, 21Oct18 sht 1/2 hd, hd Nowra Cls 1
1200m 57.5 (J Penza 5) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.20 (Last
600m 35.36), Soft(7), Grand Awakening 55.5 1,
Bon Anna 56.5 3, Eden Vale 56 4, Btg $1.65, $1.50
(fav). 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Pre race incident.
Passed fit at barrier.
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
4TH, 01Oct18 2.9L Muswellbrook Cls 2 1280m
59 (B Looker 9) 11, Lim 54, 1:16 (Last 600m
34.42), Good(3), Cosmic Reign 58.5 1, Cuban
Sizzle 59 2, Hoges 57 3, Btg $10.00, $5.00 10th
to 800m, 8th turn. Slowly away. Hampered
near 800m.
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.
BOO?S BEST
Syd R1
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
Last week: Bondi (3rd)
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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
?
?
?
?
?
DIST: 1:1-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
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
2ND (D.H.), 23Oct18 0.5L, dh Muswellbrook
Open 1450m 54 (Ms A Denby 7) 13, Lim 54,
1:25.71 (Last 600m 35.44), Good(4), Pippi?s
Pride 55 1, Iona Nicconi 54 2 dead heat, Love
None 54 4, Btg $81.00 2nd throughout.
--- FRESHENED --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
?
?
?
DIST: 0:0-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1100 (1) 1210 (1)
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
8TH, 14Jun18 5.6L Coffs Harbour Cls 1 1215m
59 (C Lever 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:14.48 (Last 600m
38.10), Soft(6), Flinders Dragon 54 1, Risaldar
57.5 2, Mecum 58.5 3, Btg $1.70, $1.65, $1.70
(fav). led to turn. Inquiry into performance.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --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
?
?
DIST: 3:2-1-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
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
WON, 25May18 3L, 1.5L Canberra Acton Cls
2 1280m 57 (C Reith 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:13.84 (Last
600m 34.88), Synthetic, Living Doll 55 2, Star
Sign 55.5 3, Exaggerate 61 4, Btg $3.80, $3.50
(fav). 2nd to turn.
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 1М 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.
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
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
6TH, 16Oct18 6.7L Newcastle C,H&G?s Cls
1 1300m 54 (J Ford 3) 8, Lim 54, 1:17.39 (Last
600m 34.78), Soft(5), Nicco Lad 59 1, Cartel 57
2, Quick Finance 57 3, Btg $21.00, $16.00 2nd to
turn. Hung out in straight.
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 ? Secret Stash C R Dixon
SCRATCHED
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
5TH, 30Nov18 2L Canberra Bm60 1400m 57
(Ms K Nisbet 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:25.01 (Last 600m
34.61), Good(4), Lucky Prospector 60.5 1,
Imanacheeva 57 2, Vigorish 61.5 3, Btg $5.00,
$6.00 6th to 800m, 7th turn. Laid in in straight.
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
5TH, 23Jul18 1.4L Goulburn Cls 1 1400m 57.5 (J
Penza 4) 7, Lim 54.5, 1:24.79 (Last 600m 35.22),
Good(3), Cinderconi 57.5 1, Burrangong 57 2,
Kappy Cino 54.5 3, Btg $2.35, $2.80 led to turn.
--- SPELL --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)
$100,000 PROJECTED BIG6 POOL AT RANDWICK TODAY. VISIT THE TAB APP OR TAB.COM.AU.
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
WON, 11Nov18 hd, nse Warren Bm58 1000m
56 (D Northey 13) 14, Lim 54, 57.46 secs ,
Good(4), Fourth Protocol 56.5 2, Late Return
58.5 3, Hu Hit Hu 55.5 4, Btg $21.00 8th to turn.
Laid in near 100m.
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
4TH, 22Sep18 0.7L Kembla Grange Cls 1
1200m 55 (G Buckley 6) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.51 (Last
600m 34.01), Good(3), Cuban Royale 56.5 1,
Watchdog 60 2, Golly I?m Lucky 55 3, Btg $5.50,
$6.00 7th to turn.
--- FRESHENED --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
WON, 06Nov18 nck, 1/2 nck Canberra Cls
2 1000m 57 (Billy Owen 7) 7, Lim 54, 58.65s
(Last 600m 34.73), Soft(5), Waldo Waldorf 58
2, Patrika Belle 54 3, Rosecraft 57 4, Btg $3.00,
$3.20, $3.00 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn. Wide
throughout.
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
5TH, 27Jul18 3.7L Canberra Acton Bm55
1280m 58 (M Bell 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:15.33 (Last
600m 35.25), Synthetic, Embezzlement 60 1,
Jar Of Hearts 60.5 2, True Worth 57 3, Btg $11.00,
$13.00 led to turn.
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
3RD, 21Nov18 1.5L, 1.5L Newcastle Cls 4
1350m 56 (Cejay Graham 10) 10, Set weights,
1:20.93 (Last 600m 36.90), Good(4), Cosmic
Reign 59 1, The Grandson 56 2, Enlightened Boy
53 4, Btg $12.00, $16.00 Last to 800m, 9th turn.
Slowly away.
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
?
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3rds
?
1
2
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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
4TH, 17Nov18 4.2L Rosehill 3yo Bm76 1100m
54.5 (T Berry 3) 7, Lim 52, 1:03.64 (Last 600m
33.52, Last 200m 11.34), Good(4), Chess Star 59
1, Roheryn 57.5 2, Heart Conquered 55.5 3, Btg
$31.00 5th to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
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
?
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?
?
?
3rds
?
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?
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
4TH, 08Sep18 4.6L Wanganui (LR) HS Dyke
Wanganui Guineas 1340m 56.5 (M Cameron 3)
10, Set weights, 1:25.61 , Slow(9), Bobby Dazzler
56.5 1, Notabadidea 56.5 2, Mohaka 54.5 3, Btg
$2.50 (fav). 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
--- FRESHENED --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 1М 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
?
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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
3RD, 14Mar18 0.8L, 3L Warwick Farm 2yo
, C&G?s Mdn 1000m 57 (C Reith 3) 6, Lim 57,
58.16s (Last 600m 34.33), Good(4), Lean Mean
Machine 57 1, Munich 57 2, Lancaster Bomber
57 4, Btg $7.50, $8.00, $7.00 3rd to 800m, 5th
turn. Passed fit at barrier.
--- SPELL --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 certainly 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
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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, 01Nov18 3L, lng nck Gosford Mdn
1000m 57.5 (J Collett 1) 11, Lim 56, 58.62s (Last
600m 35.42), Good(4), Mandalong Sera 56 2,
Rose Of Savannah 57.5 3, Hasty Heart 56 4, Btg
$3.80, $4.20, $3.20 (fav). led throughout.
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
4TH, 12Sep18 1L Canterbury 3yo Bm66
1100m 61 (K S Latham 1) 7, Lim 53.5, 1:06.86
(Last 600m 36.34), Soft(5), Major Wager 57 1,
Patron Black 58 2, Pembroke Castle 59 3, Btg
$10.00, $11.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Fractious
in barriers. Hung out in straight.
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.
RACING 43
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 1М 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
?
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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
?
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?
1
?
3rds
?
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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
5TH, 21Dec17 5.2L Wyong 2yo Open 1100m
56.5 (A Adkins 2) 7, Set weights, 1:03.95 (Last
600m 34.85), Good(4), Jonker 56.5 1, Skyray
56.5 2, Bondi 56.5 3, Btg $12.00, $16.00, $12.00
Last to 800m, 6th turn. Hampered at start.
Raced Greenly. Checked near 800m.
--- SPELL --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 ? Affable Mark Newnham
SCRATCHED
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
?
?
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
?
2
1
1
?
Wins
?
1
?
?
?
2nds
?
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?
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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
4TH, 01Aug18 2.8L Warwick Farm 3yo , Fillies
Mdn 1100m 57 (J Bowman 6) 10, Lim 56, 1:04.31
(Last 600m 34.19), Good(3), Ready To Prophet
56 1, Mizzy 58 2, Sylvia?s Mother 57 3, Btg $6.00,
$9.00 8th to 800m, 7th turn. Hampered at
start.
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 ---
Continued page 44
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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
?
?
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
?
1
?
?
?
Wins
?
1
?
?
?
2nds
?
?
?
?
?
3rds
?
?
?
?
?
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) ? Just Another R & L
Price
SCRATCHED
12. MIMIC (3) 52
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
?
5
?
?
?
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)
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
4TH, 07Jul18 1.6L Newcastle 2nd 2yo Mdn
1200m 55 (A Gibbons 8) 11, Set weights, 1:12.81
(Last 600m 35.99), Good(4), Aliferous 55 1,
Rectitude 57 2, Horn 57 3, Btg $4.60, $5.00 9th
to 800m, 10th turn.
--- SPELL --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) 52
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
?
?
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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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: 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)
SCRATCHED
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
?
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2nds
?
1
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1
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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
WON, 01Aug18 2.3L, lng hd Warwick Farm
, F&M?s Bm70 1200m 59.5 (S R Weatherley 8)
12, Lim 53, 1:10.42 (Last 600m 35.03), Good(3),
Royal Fashion 58.5 2, Lady I Am 58.5 3, See The
Show 60.5 4, Btg $4.20, $4.00, $4.20 (fav). 2nd
to turn.
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
?
?
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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
9TH, 07Apr18 3.4L Randwick (G 3) P J Bell
Stakes 1200m 54 (M Walker 5) 16, Set wts with
pen, 1:08.64 ((race record) Last 600m 34.39,
Last 200m 11.88), Good(4), Houtzen 56 1,
Problem Solver 54 2 dead heat, Manicure 54 2
dead heat, Btg $7.50, $11.00 9th throughout.
Blocked for a run on straightening.
--- FRESHENED --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
6TH, 21Apr18 6.1L Morphettville (G 3)
Schweppervescence Stakes 1800m 54 (D
Tourneur 3) 16, Set wts with pen, 1:49.48 (Last
615m 36.93), Good(4), Sopressa 54 1, Earth
Angel 54 2, Belle Du Nord 54 3, Btg $3.80, $3.50,
$4.60 (fav). 7th to 800m, 5th turn. Rider told to
make more effort to improve position. Vetted no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --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 3Н 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
?
?
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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
10TH, 08Nov18 2L Flemington (G 3) World
Horse Racing Roses Stks 1100m 55 (W Buick
9) 17, Set wts with pen, 1:03.82 (Last 600m
33.86), Good(4), Bleu Roche 55 1, Causeway
Girl 55 2, Meryl 59 3, Btg $15.00, $17.00, $11.00
Last settling, 16th 800m, 14th 400m. Jumped
awkwardly.
--- FRESHENED --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
?
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2
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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, 06Nov18 1.5L, 0.5L Kembla Grange
3yo Mdn 1000m 59 (L Magorrian 2) 10, Lim 54,
57.46s (Last 600m 33.39), Good(3), Unify 55 2,
Elusive Nature 55 3, French Frolic 56 4, Btg $1.60,
$1.80 (fav). 2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --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
4TH, 10Nov18 1.9L Rosehill , F&M?s Bm78
1100m 58 (Ms J Taylor 8) 13, Lim 52, 1:03.79
(Last 600m 34.57, Last 200m 11.66), Good(4),
Falerina 53 1, Regimen 57.5 2, Montrachet 56.5 3,
Btg $21.00, $41.00 11th to turn.
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
WON, 01Nov18 3.8L, sht nck Gosford F&M?s
Cls 1 1200m 58 (B Spriggs 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:11.03
(Last 600m 35.76), Good(4), Maid Marilyn 61
2, Power Command 59 3, Zerchois 56.5 4, Btg
$2.80, $3.20, $3.00 (fav). 2nd to 800m, led
turn.
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
?
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3rds
?
1
?
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?
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
WON, 11May18 sht nck, lng nck Scone (Metro)
Cls 1 1100m 55.5 (T Clark 13) 14, Lim 53, 1:05.44
(Last 600m 35.71), Good(4), Tim?s Principal 57.5
2, Katgully Red 54.5 3, Upesi 53 4, Btg $4.80,
$6.00, $4.60 5th to 800m, 7th turn.
--- SPELL --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
?
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3rds
?
4
1
?
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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
10TH, 24Mar18 7.6L Rosehill (G 3) Birthday
Card Stakes 1200m 53 (B Spriggs 13) 13, Lim 53,
1:12.24 (Last 600m 35.93, Last 200m 12.42),
Soft(7), Quilista 54 including 1 over 1, Sugar Bella
55 2, Hetty Heights 53 3, Btg $71.00, $151.00 Last
to turn. Slowly away.
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
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5
2
1
?
Wins
?
1
1
?
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2nds
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1
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1
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3rds
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2
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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
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2ND, 07Jul18 0.5L, nck Newcastle Cls 2
1200m 56 (G Buckley 1) 8, Lim 54, 1:12.35 (Last
600m 35.30), Good(4), Tim?s Principal 56.5 1,
Americana Magic 60.5 3, The Big Vin 59.5 4, Btg
$5.00, $6.00 4th to turn. Laid in in straight.
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%,
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
?
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1
1
?
2nds
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2
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3rds
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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
3RD, 17Oct18 1.3L, 0.8L Randwick-Kensington
Bm76 1300m 58 (J Collett 3) 10, Lim 53,
1:18.25 (Last 600m 36.14), Soft(6), Chapelco
60.5 1, Bravissimo 55.5 2, Metamorphic 59 4,
Btg $21.00, $31.00 Last to turn. Inquiry into
performance.
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
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
?
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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
10TH, 08Nov18 6.4L Flemington 4yo and
UP Bm90 1800m 56.5 (W Buick 5) 11, Lim 54,
1:49.77 (Last 600m 34.90), Soft(5), Savacool
54 1, Al Galayel 56 2, Live And Free 54 3, Btg
$8.50, $12.00 5th settling, 4th 800m, 5th turn.
Overraced early, middle stages. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
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
?
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-2
Won over: 1100 (1) 1200 (2) 1350 (1) 1600 (1)
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
5TH, 22Aug18 1.8L Warwick Farm Bm79
1400m 57.5 (S R Weatherley 11) 12, Lim 53,
1:23.35 (Last 600m 34.50), Good(4), Conarchie
56.5 1, Coolotta 55 2, Bull Market 55.5 3, Btg
$10.00, $15.00, $13.00 led to turn.
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
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
8TH, 16Jun18 5.3L Kembla Grange Cls 1
1400m 59.5 (A Layt 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:26.20 (Last
600m 35.26), Soft(6), Asterius 59.5 1, Zidane 57
2, Barnabas 55.5 3, Btg $7.00, $7.50, $7.00 led
to turn. Slowly away. Inquiry into performance.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- SPELL --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
7TH, 01Jan18 4.9L Flemington 3 and 4yo
Bm70 1700m 57 (J Allen 13) 13, Lim 54, 1:41.06
(Last 600m 36.04), Good(3), Cavalero 54 1,
Krusty 59.5 2, Bedford 58 3, Btg $7.00, $6.50
(eq fav). Last to 800m, 8th turn. Slowly away.
Checked near 400m.
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.
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From page 44
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
?
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2nds
?
3
3
?
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3rds
?
1
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DIST: 1:0-1-0
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
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, 17Oct18 1.7L Randwick-Kensington
Bm70 1100m 58 (P Scorse 7) 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
$6.50, $5.00, $7.00 6th to 800m, 7th turn.
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
?
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3rds
?
2
?
?
?
DIST: 2:1-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
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
WON, 15Jul18 1/2 hd, 1.8L Hawkesbury Cls
1 1300m 58.5 (B Spriggs 7) 7, Lim 54, 1:16.95
(Last 600m 34.17), Good(3), Clifton County 59
2, Whanau Force 54.5 3, Painted Wall 56.5 4,
Btg $6.00, $5.50 5th to turn. Slowly away. Wide
throughout. Laid in in straight.
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
?
?
DIST: 2:0-1-1
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
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
WON, 14Nov18 2L, lng hd Hawkesbury
Bm70 1000m 58.5 (T Angland 5) 8, Lim 54,
56.38s (Last 600m 32.92), Good(3), Ribands
54 2, Shantou 58 3, Anna?s Joy 56.5 4, Btg $2.35,
$2.25, $2.50 (fav). 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
Slowly away.
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.
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10. JUST LIKE STRATUM (3) 52
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
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2
?
3rds
?
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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
LAST 15 STARTS: 12s7175s7s80237
LAST, 30Nov18 3.3L Canterbury-N , C,H&G?s
Bm70 1100m 57.5 (Ms R Freeman-Key 3) 11, Lim
54, 1:04.82 (Last 600m 35.60), Good(4), Zidane
58.5 1, Evict 56.5 2, Legislation 58 3, Btg $151.00,
$101.00 4th to turn.
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
Wins
?
1
2
1
?
2nds
?
?
?
1
1
3rds
?
3
4
?
?
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 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
3RD, 27Oct18 1/2 hd, 1/2 hd Randwick Open
1400m 59 (Ms R King 3) 7, Lim 53, 1:23.31
(Last 600m 34.89, Last 200m 11.90), Soft(5),
Torgersen 54.5 1, Sambro 57 2, Fabrizio 61.5 4,
Btg $11.00, $13.00 3rd throughout.
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
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$498,360
45
7
6
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
45
1
31
11
2
?
Wins
?
5
2
?
?
2nds
1
3
2
?
?
3rds
?
3
2
1
?
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
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, 28Jul18 3.3L Rosehill (LR) Winter
Challenge 1500m 56 (B Shinn 1) 17, Lim 53,
1:29.59 (Last 600m 34.82, Last 200m 12.10),
Good(4), Mister Sea Wolf 55 1, Flow 53 2, Special
Missile 53 3, Btg $3.20, $3.80 (fav). 2nd to turn.
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 ---
$100,000 PROJECTED BIG6 POOL AT RANDWICK TODAY. VISIT THE TAB APP OR TAB.COM.AU.
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.
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.
3. EMPEROR?S WAY (5) 58
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
?
17
6
2
?
Wins
?
1
3
1
?
2nds
?
3
1
?
?
3rds
?
3
?
?
?
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
8TH, 21Jul18 7.1L Flemington Open 2000m
55 (C Newitt 2) 11, Lim 54, 2:01.92 (Last 600m
34.18, Last 200m 12.34), Good(3), Sixties Groove
56 1, Trap For Fools 57.5 2, Morton?s Fork 57.5
3, Btg $13.00, $21.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
Overraced early, middle stages.
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.
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
?
17
3
?
?
Wins
?
6
?
?
?
2nds
?
3
1
?
?
3rds
?
4
?
?
?
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1600 (2) 1800 (2) 2000 (2)
1st UP: 4:0-1-2
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 4:1-2-1
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 30%
PLACE: 70%
RTG: 95
LAST 15 STARTS: s3121111s89290s
9TH, 28Jul18 4.8L Rosehill (LR) Winter
Challenge 1500m 54.5 (Ms W Costin 13) 17, Lim
53, 1:29.59 (Last 600m 34.82, Last 200m 11.60),
Good(4), Mister Sea Wolf 55 1, Flow 53 2, Special
Missile 53 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00 16th to 800m,
Last turn.
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 О 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 ? Bacchanal Woman C J Waller
SCRATCHED
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
?
25
6
3
?
Wins
?
6
?
1
?
2nds
?
4
2
?
?
3rds
?
3
?
?
?
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
3RD, 17Nov18 1L, 1.3L Rosehill Bm94 1100m
58.5 (J Collett 7) 12, Lim 52, 1:03.42 ((class
record) Last 600m 33.64, Last 200m 11.46),
Good(4), Isaurian 55 1, Tango Rain 54 2, Jorda 53
4, Btg $17.00, $31.00 8th to turn.
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
?
28
8
5
?
Wins
?
4
1
1
?
2nds
?
2
2
?
?
3rds
?
2
2
?
?
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
8TH, 31Mar18 6.9L Rosehill (G 3) Neville
Sellwood Stakes 2000m 55 (Ms J Taylor 9) 11, Set
wts with pen, 2:04.37 (Last 600m 34.80, Last
200m 12.14), Good(4), Arbeitsam 55 1, Maurus
55 2, Almost Court 55 3, Btg $71.00, $101.00 10th
settling, 9th turn. Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --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 ---
7. SAYED (10) 54.5
8. NEW UNIVERSE (7) 52
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, 08Nov18 4.2L Hawkesbury (LR) Lander
Toyota Ladies Day Cup 1400m 54 (G Schofield
2) 8, Lim 54, 1:22.62 (Last 600m 34.74), Soft(5),
Pecans 55 1, Burning Passion 59 2, Fabrizio 59
3, Btg $5.00, $7.50 5th throughout. Jumped
awkwardly.
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 3.2L 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) 52
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
5TH, 04Aug18 2.3L Randwick Bm91 1600m
56 (K Mc Evoy 9) 10, Lim 53, 1:35.66 ((class
record) Last 600m 33.88, Last 200m 11.58),
Good(3), Avilius 59.5 1, Dagny 57.5 2, Brimham
Rocks 57.5 3, Btg $2.60, $2.80 (fav). 2nd to turn.
--- SPELL --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) 52
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
5TH, 16Jun18 2.3L Rosehill Open 2000m 53
(J Van Overmeire 4) 9, Lim 53, 2:05.01 ((race
record) Last 600m 36.87, Last 200m 12.78),
Soft(5), Black On Gold 57.5 1, Sayed 58 2, Lovani
55 3, Btg $11.00, $15.00 8th to 1200m, 7th
800m, 8th turn. Laid out near 200m. Blocked
for a run near 100m.
--- SPELL --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
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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, 21Apr18 5L Randwick Bm85 1200m
60 (B Avdulla 4) 9, Lim 53, 1:08.03 ((track
record) Last 600m 33.40, Last 200m 11.80),
Good(3), Anatola 56.5 1, Test The World 57.5 2,
Dissolute 59.5 3, Btg $9.00, $11.00, $10.00 5th
throughout. Jumped awkwardly. Hampered
near 200m.
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
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
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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
7TH, 11Oct17 4.7L Warwick Farm , C,H&G?s
Bm74 1100m 57.5 (C Brown 6) 10, Lim 53, 1:03.19
((class record) Last 600m 33.56), Good(3), To
Excess 59 1, Cosmic Cameo 56 2, Radiant Choice
53 3, Btg $7.00, $10.00 8th to turn. Inquiry into
performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --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 ---
RACING 45
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 Н 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
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7
4
4
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Wins
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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
2ND, 27Oct18 0.8L, 1L Randwick Bm78
1000m 60.5 (B Avdulla 3) 8, Lim 52, 57.71s (Last
600m 34.40, Last 200m 11.70), Soft(5), Single
Bullet 60 1, Beacon 58 3, Brook Magic 58.5 4,
Btg $2.80 (fav). 5th to turn. Jumped awkwardly.
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
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7
1
2
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Wins
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2
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2nds
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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
4TH, 26Oct18 1L Moonee Valley-N 3yo Open
1000m 58 (D Dunn 3) 10, Lim 55, 57.88s (Last
600m 34.46), Good(3), Propelle 55 1, Final
Choice 56.5 2, Mig Energy 57 3, Btg $8.00, $7.50,
$12.00 4th settling, 5th turn. Overraced middle
stages. Blocked for a run near 200m.
--- FRESHENED --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
?
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
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11
1
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Wins
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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, 24Jan18 2.8L, 1/2 nck Gold Coast
(Metro) Bm75 900m 54 (J Lloyd 6) 6, Lim 54,
50.67s (Last 600m 32.70), Good(3), Squeemi
53.5 2, I Am The General 57 3, Life?s Like That
55.5 4, Btg $1.30, $1.35, $1.30 (fav). 3rd to turn.
--- SPELL --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.
Continued page 46
46 RACING
From page 45
--- SPELL --First-up. Won three from four first-up incl
game win in Open company at Ipswich firstup last time in. Watch betting.
6. RAIDEN (3) 57
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--- SPELL --Prepared for this with 2М 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.
3yo & up BM 78
9. WANNA GET A WHAT (10) 55
5.40 (1550m)
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
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12
2
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Wins
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 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
2ND, 12May18 1.3L, lng nck Scone (Metro)
Bm80 1100m 57 (B Avdulla 5) 16, Lim 53, 1:04.86
(Last 600m 34.93, Last 200m 12.50), Good(4),
Akasaki 59.5 1, Nic?s Vendetta 52.5 3, Ziggy Willie
60 4, Btg $31.00 13th to 800m, 12th turn. Slowly
away. Blocked for a run in straight.
--- FRESHENED --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 Н nk 2nd Invincible
Quest 800m Gosford barrier trial Good(4)
Dec 18. Resuming after three trials. Goes
well for Avdulla. Watch betting.
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
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12
3
2
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Wins
?
4
1
1
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2nds
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3rds
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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
WON, 24Jun18 2.5L, 2.5L Wagga Open
1000m 58 (A Sweeney 2) 13, Lim 54, 57.83s (Last
600m 33.90), Soft(5), Lucky Symbol 57 2, Nicof
58 3, Rhomlo 55.5 4, Btg $2.90, $3.50 (fav). 3rd
to 800m, 2nd turn.
--- FRESHENED --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.
7. DIFFICULT TO GET (2) 56.5
11. SEI STELLA (6) 54
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
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Wins
?
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2nds
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2
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3rds
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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
8TH, 16Jun18 5L Rosehill Bm89 1100m 53.5 (T
Clark 13) 13, Lim 53, 1:04.83 (Last 600m 34.95,
Last 200m 12.30), Good(4), Albumin 53 1, Tango
Rain 59 2, Malahat 55 3, Btg $9.00, $8.50 4th to
turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.
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
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Wins
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3rds
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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
5TH, 07Jul18 2.3L Randwick Bm84 1000m
53.5 (T Clark 5) 13, Lim 53, 59.66s (Last 600m
36.01, Last 200m 12.62), Soft(7), Noble Joey 57.5
1, She Knows 57.5 2, Bandipur 58 3, Btg $6.50,
$7.50, $5.50 8th settling, 7th turn. Checked near
600m. Blocked for a run on straightening.
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.
10. ANNA?S JOY (12) 54
ch m 5 Wanted ? Rosarino P Niceforo
SCRATCHED
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
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Wins
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2nds
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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
WON, 08Apr18 2L, 1.5L Gundagai Cls 2
1000m 57 (N Heywood 7) 10, Lim 54, 57.09s
(Last 600m 33.94), Good(3), Corazon De Oro
54.5 2, Juaphikoa 54 3, Leaping Lenny 55.5 4,
Btg $1.30, $1.35 (fav). led throughout.
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 --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) 52
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
?
?
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3rds
?
1
1
?
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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
3RD, 16Jun18 0.8L, 1.3L Kembla Grange
Bm68 1000m 54 (B Ryan 1) 6, Lim 54, 59.40s
(Last 600m 34.92), Soft(6), Stone Cold 55.5
1, Mydream 58.5 2, Rastafarian 58 4, Btg
$3.20 (fav). 3rd to 800m, led turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Eased near 600m. Hampered
concluding stages.
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, The Abraxas 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
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
?
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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.
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 8М 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) ? Drumline (NZ) Clare
Cunningham
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
?
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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.
SATURDAY JANUARY 5 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
--- 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
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
?
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?
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
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.
13. TOROSO (1) 54.5
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.
14. WEEKEND AFFAIR (8) 53.5
b g 5 Trusting ? Weekend In Paris 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.
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THE FILES
TABFORM
ЛDaily Double: Races 5 and 7
ЛEarly Quaddie: 1, 2, 3, 4
ЛQuaddie: 4, 5, 6, 7
ЛRail: Out 3m
ЛTrack: Good (4)
ЛTAB First 4: All races
LEGEND
t won at track. c won this distance at the track. d won this distance another track. w won in wet.
b beaten favourite. o not in first nine. s spell at least three months. h home track. p pulled up.
l lost rider. n won at night. ? eligible for BOBS bonus.
RACE 1 Jim Beam Handicap
1600m 1.04
Maiden. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
FORM
2s622
7
54376
75
66s59
0s428
350s5
88s46
08s0
83772
3.
4.
5.
HORSE
DRAW
SAZAVEE b
9
COMMANDER?S WATCH ? 2
BOSTON BLUES h
10
CONSTRUE
6
EMPEROR ARLI ?
1
KINGSTON HEATH
3
LOHAN PRINCESS h
7
OAKFIELD ELLA h
8
OUR PARISIAN STAR ? 5
TOTTEN
4
6.
7.
8.
TRAINER
G Waterhouse & A Bott
G A Ryan
D Lane
C J Waller
N R Ward
Ms A Langlar
R A Bailey
D Lane
John Higgins
T V Green
9.
EQ1
10.
JOCKEY
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)
WGT
59
56
54.5
54.5
54.5
54.5
54.5
54.5
54.5
54.5
*$2.10
9.00
21.00
3.70
41.00
17.00
26.00
5.50
101.00
7.50
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Sazavee shifted out near 600m KEG Dec 15. 2. Commander?s Watch
slowly away, vetted - no abnormalities WYO Dec 12. 3. Boston Blues jumped awkwardly WYO Dec
19. 4. Construe checked near turn, checked near 100m NEW Dec 22. 5. Emperor Arli blocked for
run near 200m NEW Dec 22. 6. Kingston Heath wide throughout, hampered near 200m NEW Dec
26. 7. Lohan Princess slowly away, wide throughout NEW Dec 26. 9. Our Parisian Star slowly away
HAW Dec 9.
NOTE: Emperor Arli (5) stewards have permitted Chris O?Brien to ride the gelding 1kg over its
1200m 1.39
Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
9.
10.
FORM
1
2
233
3 8676s
4 827s4
5
4s2
6
4
7
24
8
9
6s
10 938s7
11
7
12
13 s9539
14
6
15
6
16 4747s
3.
11.
4.
12.
5.
13.
6.
14.
7.
15.
EQ2
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
MANDATUM
11 K A Lees
MONTANA THUNDER h 8 D Lane
STARRING
14 C E Conners
RUSSIAN ROMEO ?
1 C Maher & D Eustace
SCHNAPPS b ?
9 Brad Widdup
ATOMIC SUNRISE ?
10 P & P Snowden
BALLAD b
12 James Cummings
DUCHESS OF WINDSOR 7 Matthew Smith
POP GIRL ?
6 J A O?Shea
RUSSIAN AHEAD ?
5 G Portelli
SLIGHT ADJUSTMENT 16 Mark Newnham
SMART DECISION ?
15 J A O?Shea
Emergencies: (in order)
STUNNED h
2 Stephen Schofield
EXOPLANET ?
13 C J Waller
DECOR ?
3 James Cummings
CALAWAY DANCER
4 T P Croft
JOCKEY
A Gibbons
Chris C Williams (a3)
K Jennings
Ms K O?Hara
SCRATCHED
SCRATCHED
G Buckley
C Lever
M Bell
Ms J Duggan (a1.5)
T Wolfgram
SCRATCHED
WGT
59
59
59
57.5
57.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
8.00
5.50
21.00
*4.50
?
?
6.50
26.00
21.00
51.00
11.00
?
B Owen (a3)
Y Ichikawa
B Spriggs
Ms M Weir (a3)
59
55.5
55.5
57
31.00
13.00
17.00
41.00
1600m 2.14
EQ3
Class 2. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3.
4.
5.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
25s16 OAKFIELD CAPTAIN h
4
10s61 RAPIDO CHAPARRO d 6
41454 SOSTENIDO db
3
45s38 BATTLE ZONE d
1
64s51sIKARA MISS t
5
71160 MASTER OF THE TURF h 7
93564sCONDUCTRESS h
8
86285sSOMETHING SHOCKING bh 2
6.
7.
8.
TRAINER
D Lane
G Waterhouse & A Bott
B A Gentle
S A Marr
J G Sargent
L J Tilley
J N Englebrecht
T J Bartley
JOCKEY
G Buckley
T Wolfgram
C Reith
Ms W Costin
SCRATCHED
Ms M Weir (a3)
Ms A Skerritt (a3)
Ms R Murray
WGT
60.5
60
55
54.5
54.5
54
54
54
4.50
3.50
*2.50
17.00
?
21.00
10.00
31.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 3. Sostenido blocked for run near 200m KEN Jan 1. 4. Battle Zone vetted no abnormalities GOS Dec 28. 7. Conductress hampered at start GOS Dec 31.
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
Note: Љ 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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TAB CODE: PR
entral
on SKY 1, Sky Thoroughbred Central
Ray Thomas
Simon Thomas
Shayne O?Cass
1
1 SAZAVEE
4 Construe
2 Commander?s Watch
10 Totten
1 SAZAVEE
8 Oakfield Ella
10 Totten
4 Construe
4 xxxCONSTRUE
2 Commander?s Watch
1 Sazavee
6 Kingston Heath
2
7 xBALLAD
2 Montana Thunder
4 Russian Romeo
3 Starring
4 RUSSIAN ROMEO
2 Montana Thunder
7 Ballad
3 Starring
3 xSTARRING
9 Pop Girl
4 Russian Romeo
2 Montana Thunder
3
2 xxRAPIDO CHAPARRO
3 Sostenido
1 Oakfield Captain
7 Conductress
3 xxxSOSTENIDO
2 Rapido Chaparro
1 Oakfield Captain
8 Something Shocking
3 SOSTENIDO
7 Conductress
2 Rapido Chaparro
1 Oakfield Captain
4
9 NUCLEAR BURST
4 Bollente
5 Destination Rocks
6 Home Scene
6 xxHOME SCENE
3 Big Data
4 Bollente
9 Nuclear Burst
8 xxMICAWBER
12 Turakina
3 Big Data
6 Home Scene
5
7 UNIFY
5 Mighty Marmalade
2 Koonunga
9 The Runner
3 VERLAN
2 Koonunga
9 The Runner
10 Time And Again
8 FALLGOLD
7 Unify
9 The Runner
11 Yalanji
6
11 COSSETOT
5 Galapagos
2 Fratellino
8 Nadacheva
10 SALSA MAN
4 Only Wanna Sing
11 Cossetot
1 Jexerlent
10 SALSA MAN
5 Galapagos
3 Invicta
11 Cossetot
7
1 xxxOXFORD ANGEL
4 Ikara Miss
7 Zavance
6 Mimic
2 xALLITERATE
1 Oxford Angel
7 Zavance
9 Moana Marie
5 LONGCHAMP LASS
6 Mimic
4 Ikara Miss
2 Alliterate
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
FORM
0
s6905
s84s5
2s
90s2
5s353
3
24s65
3
6
13
78
14
7
15
9s
16 86770
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
MR STIX h
14 R A Bailey
THE SINNERMAN
15 L J Bridge
BIG DATA
7 Ms G Markwell
BOLLENTE ?
10 J A O?Shea
DESTINATION ROCKS ? 8 Matthew Smith
HOME SCENE b ?
9 C J Waller
LINCOLN COUNTY
11 G A Ryan
MICAWBER ?
3 James Cummings
NUCLEAR BURST bh ? 12 Ms K Waugh
ZORI ?
1 P M Perry
SUPREME BOSS
4 Ms W Ings
TURAKINA ?
13 A & E Cummings
Emergencies: (in order)
PHYLAVE ?
2 G Portelli
BEAUFORT PARK
6 G A Ryan
CADENCE ?
16 Clare Cunningham
NORMA?S JOY
5 T P Croft
JOCKEY
G Buckley
Chris C Williams (a3)
K S Latham
A Gibbons
M Bell
R Hutchings
T Wolfgram
C Reith
A Layt
S Lisnyy
Ms C Ings (a3)
K Jennings
WGT
59
59
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57
55.5
EQ4
101.00
101.00
11.00
*4.00
17.00
5.00
9.00
7.50
7.50
9.00
15.00
17.00
Ms J Duggan (a1.5) 57.5 41.00
C Lever
57.5 26.00
55.5 41.00
Ms M Weir (a3)
57 101.00
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 1791m. STRAIGHT: 252m. DIRECTION: Clockwise. LEADING
JOCKEY (with rides): C Reith (7 wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER (with
runners): James Cummings (17 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD (past 3 yrs):
41.70% Win 33.95% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1350m (4)-24wins.
TRAINER CHANGES: R4 (5) was trained by D K Weir now Matthew Smith.
R4 (15) was trained by John Thompson now Clare Cunningham. R6 (7) was
trained by Benjamin Smith now G A Ryan.
1.04
(1600m)
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
3212s HOMEWORK b
11
5132s KOONUNGA
12
185s9 VERLAN b
3
16s CAPTAIN COURAGEOUS ? 4
s240stMIGHTY MARMALADE th 6
32s45 OAKFIELD TWILIGHT h 8
35s21sUNIFY w ?
10
s271ssFALLGOLD t ?
5
15 THE RUNNER db ?
7
29s1sTIME AND AGAIN ?
9
4s142 YALANJI b ?
2
2163 ACOUSTIX d ?
1
TRAINER
Joseph Pride
Matthew Smith
R A Freedman
T & P Vigouroux
Ms K Waugh
D Lane
James Cummings
James Cummings
Bjorn Baker
K A Lees
Brad Widdup
S G Morton
JOCKEY
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
RACE 6 Lakes Printers
declared weight of 55.5kg.
RACE 1
2.
WGT
60.5
58
58
57
57
57
57
55.5
55.5
55.5
54.5
54
?
9.00
21.00
13.00
9.00
31.00
7.50
4.70
*3.50
13.00
5.50
17.00
1350m 4.04
C,H&G?s Benchmark 64. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980;
5th $1280. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
NOTE: Turakina (12) stewards have permitted Koby Jennings to ride the filly 0.5kg over its
1. SAZAVEE (G Waterhouse & A Bott) 4m By Fastnet Rock - Rahveel (8:0-4-2): Took up a handy
position in lg nk 2nd of 13 (10) $9.00 59.0 Celosia
1400m Newcastle F&M Mdn Good(3) Dec 8. Shifted
out near 600m when 1Н len 2nd of 6 (1) $2.70F
57.0 Fraudulent 1500m Kembla Grange Mdn Plate
Heavy(8) Dec 15. Knocking on the door. Finished
solidly to place at Kembla Grange at latest. Freerunning. Take a power of beating.
2. COMMANDER?S WATCH (G A Ryan) 3g By Pierro
- Southern Venture (NZ) (1:0-0-0): Slowly away, vetted - no abnormalities when 10О len last of 7 (2)
$7.50 57.5 Devil?s Luck 1600m Wyong Mdn Good(4)
Dec 12. Freshened. Drawn well. Each-way chance.
3. BOSTON BLUES (D Lane) 4g By Americain (US) Northeast Note (NZ) (9:0-0-1): Checked early stages
when 3 len 7th of 13 (12) $20.00 59.0 Resinite 1450m
Quirindi Mdn Good(4) Nov 25. Jumped awkwardly
when 10М len 6th of 8 (2) $14.00 55.0 Ikara Miss
1350m Wyong 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. Was safely
held here last start. Drawn poorly. Faces a task.
4. CONSTRUE (C J Waller) 3f By Savabeel - Decipher
(2:0-0-0): Overraced middle stages when 2 len 7th
of 13 (2) $16.00 56.5 Celosia 1400m Newcastle F&M
Mdn Good(3) Dec 8. Checked near turn, checked
near 100m when 3Н len 5th of 10 (5) $21.00 55.5
Litzen 1600m Newcastle Mdn Good(4) Dec 22. Far
from disgraced at Newcastle last outing. Right in
this.
1100m 3.24
STEWARDS REPORT: 3. Verlan inquiry into performance, poor post-race recovery NEW Dec 22. 9.
The Runner wide throughout, laid out on straightening, struck interference near 200m RAN Dec 26.
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Mr Stix slowly away NEW Dec 26. 2. The Sinnerman blocked for run on
straightening HAW Dec 9. 3. Big Data slowly away CAN Dec 14. 5. Destination Rocks overraced
middle stages STW Dec 8. 7. Lincoln County raced greenly GOU Dec 20. 9. Nuclear Burst lame after
race SCO Dec 29. 11. Supreme Boss jumped awkwardly, laid in in straight ORA Dec 17. 14. Beaufort
Park slowly away, hampered near 800m, blocked for run near 100m GOU Dec 20.
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RACE 5 Ryan?s Metal Roofing Handicap
Class 1. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
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RACE 3 Sea Fm?s raceday 27/1 Handicap
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STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Montana Thunder inquiry into performance, checked near 200m WYO
Dec 19. 6. Atomic Sunrise fractious in barriers, passed fit at barrier, warning - barrier manners NEW
Dec 22. 10. Russian Ahead jumped awkwardly GOU Dec 20. 11. Slight Adjustment shifted in at
start HAW Dec 16. 14. Exoplanet overraced near 800m, lame after race CAN Dec 14.
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Wyong
RACE 4 Cavarni Design Plate
declared weight of 54.5kg.
RACE 2 Canadian Club Plate
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5. EMPEROR ARLI (N R Ward) 3c By Arlington - War
Empress (5:0-0-0): Resumed with 3М len 5th of 9
(1) $51.00 54.0 Swelt 1100m Gosford Mdn-3 Or Less
Good(4) Dec 6. Blocked for a run near 200m when
3Н len 9th of 10 (4) $81.00 57.5 Gem Dealer 1200m
Newcastle Mdn Good(4) Dec 22. Not fancied.
6. KINGSTON HEATH (Ms A Langlar) 5g By Written
Tycoon - De Bruijn (16:0-3-1): Gave all for 1О len 2nd
of 12 (6) $31.00 56.0 Categoric 1400m Newcastle
E&G Mdn Good(3) Dec 8. Wide throughout, hampered near 200m when 6О len 8th of 10 (9) $51.00
59.0 Classic Jade 1400m Newcastle E&G Mdn
Good(4) Dec 26. Went to line only fairly in same
company at Newcastle at latest. Place appeal only.
7. LOHAN PRINCESS (R A Bailey) 4m By Casino
Prince - Echo Maid (NZ) (10:0-0-1): Safely held in
16Н len 10th of 12 (3) $31.00 57.0 My King?s Counsel
1850m Newcastle Mdn Plate Good(3) Aug 16. Slowly
away, wide throughout when 3Н len 5th of 9 (7)
$41.00 55.0 Echo Princess 1400m Newcastle F&M
Mdn Good(4) Dec 26. Not keen.
8. OAKFIELD ELLA (D Lane) 4m By Street Cry (IR)
- Dariana (6:0-0-0): Overraced early stages when
1О len 4th of 9 (2) $7.50 57.0 Sizzled 1300m Newcastle Mdn Plate Good(4) Dec 2. Battled away for
2М len 6th of 12 (6) $5.50 57.0 General Soho 1300m
Scone Mdn Good(3) Dec 29. Ran home respectably
at Scone last start. Fitter for two runs back. Can?t be
taken lightly.
9. OUR PARISIAN STAR (John Higgins) 3f By
Magic Albert - Amarouge (3:0-0-0): No match when
5М len 8th of 13 (11) $151.00 52.0 Fearless Girl 1200m
Wyong 2yo Mdn Good(4) July 14. Slowly away when
13Н len 10th of 11 (11) $151.00 55.5 Cossetot 1300m
Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9. Freshened. Ordinary this grade at Hawkesbury first-up. Looking
elsewhere.
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FORM
57732
7s814
0767s
s4284
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6313s
549s8
9Ps7s
1247s
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66836
13 25653
14 84757
15 515s4
16 26s88
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
JEXERLENT dw
6 T V Green
FRATELLINO
10 D I Atkins
INVICTA dw
16 K P Parker
ONLY WANNA SING w ? 7 K A Lees
GALAPAGOS w
5 James Cummings
JUST LIKE STRATUM w 15 P Niceforo
CHILCOTIN
8 G A Ryan
NADACHEVA tw
12 A G Scorse
SPARKLING L?AMOUR dh 14 R A Bailey
SALSA MAN twb ?
1 P M Perry
COSSETOT b ?
3 James Cummings
PROFILER h
9 J N Englebrecht
Emergencies: (in order)
SAUSALITO
4 P M Perry
JACK THE RINGER tw
11 G Prosser
BETTER NOT FLY w
2 S G Morton
FAME SHINES w
13 S I Singleton
JOCKEY
Ms C Graham (a3)
Ms L Day (a3)
R Thompson
A Gibbons
C Reith
SCRATCHED
K Jennings
C O?Brien
S Lisnyy
C Lever
B Spriggs
Ms J Duggan (a1.5)
WGT
62.5
62
60.5
60
59.5
59.5
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59
58.5
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55.5
G Buckley
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7.50
57.5 26.00
57.5 13.00
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51.00
Ms B Hodder
M Bell
9.00
15.00
31.00
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11.00
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51.00
51.00
15.00
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11.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 4. Only Wanna Sing wide throughout CAN Dec 14. 11. Cossetot blocked for
run on straightening, vetted - no abnormalities NEW Dec 26. 12. Profiler jumped awkwardly, overraced middle stages WYO Dec 19. 13. Sausalito overraced middle stages, blocked for run near turn
NEW Dec 22.
RACE 7 Happy 50th Birthday Kev
1350m 4.44
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5th $1280. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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Ms K Waugh
P M Farrell
Ms S Murray-Leslie
J G Sargent
D I Atkins
K A Lees
P & P Snowden
G Waterhouse & A Bott
K A Lees
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JOCKEY
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
WGT
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STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Oxford Angel blocked for run near 200m NEW Dec 22. 6. Mimic jumped
awkwardly, blocked for run in straight COH Dec 13. 8. Couru jumped awkwardly, ran wide middle
stages GOU Dec 20.
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responsibility for any errors. Readers are urged to check TAB information with official lists
before placing their bets.
10. TOTTEN (T V Green) 4g By Exceed And Excel
- Boca Chita (17:0-2-1): Well beaten 4О len 7th of
12 (6) $7.50 57.5 Dangerous Dan 1506m Port Macquarie Mdn Plate Good(4) Nov 27. Took up the running when 1О len 2nd of 11 (4) $21.00 59.0 The Deel
Is Dun 1600m Taree Mdn Soft(5) Dec 17. On pace
but outgunned late at Taree last outing. Good draw.
Worth some thought.
RACE 2
1.39
(1200m)
1. MANDATUM (K A Lees) 4g By Commands - Magic
Zefta (0:0-0-0): First start. Prepared for debut with
7Н len 6th Front Sight 1000m Gosford barrier trial
(Mdn) Good(4) Dec 18. Trials: (6:0-5-0). Indicated
some ability in an earlier trial. Use betting as a further guide.
2. MONTANA THUNDER (D Lane) 5g By Redoute?s
Choice - Montana Sunset (3:0-1-2): Wide throughout when Н hd, 1О len 3rd of 8 (8) $3.50F 59.0
Hostwin Saturn, A Million Dreams 1100m Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Nov 23. Inquiry into performance, checked near 200m when 1Н len, nk 3rd of
12 (3) $5.00 59.0 Taken Everything, Looksea 1000m
Wyong Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. Racing well. Ran on
well to place here last time out. Worth including.
3. STARRING (C E Conners) 4g By Lonhro - Harmony Hall (NZ) (7:0-0-0): Overraced middle stages
when 10О len 7th of 9 (6) $15.00 54.5 Uber Lux
1600m Gosford 3yo Mdn Heavy(8) July 3. Blocked
for a run near turn, blocked for a run on straightening when 3М len 6th of 10 (3) $12.00 56.0 Brown
Thomas 1300m Hawkesbury E&G Mdn Good(3)
July 15. Fitter for 2Н len 5th Cossetot 800m W Farm
barrier trial (Mdn) Good(4) Nov 21. First-up. Badly
drawn. Hard to recommend.
4. RUSSIAN ROMEO (C Maher & D Eustace) 3g By
Smart Missile - Tale Of Love (6:0-1-0): Slowly away,
stewards queried run, vetted - no abnormalities
when 3М len 7th of 9 (9) $4.60 56.0 Mount Kilcoy
1400m Sandown-Hillside 2yo+ Mdn Good(4) June
13. First-up finished 2М len 4th of 8 (6) $12.00 56.0
Ljungberg 1200m C?bury 3yo Mdn Heavy(8) Dec 14.
Freshened. Battled on fairly in the wet at Canterbury first-up. Nice gate. Easier task here. Among
the dangers.
5. SCHNAPPS: SCRATCHED
6. ATOMIC SUNRISE (P & P Snowden) 3f By Smart
Missile - Tennessee Sunrise (1:0-0-0): Fractious
in barriers, passed fit at barrier, warning - barrier
manners when 1М len 4th of 10 (7) $7.00 55.5 Gem
Dealer 1200m Newcastle Mdn Good(4) Dec 22.
SCRATCHED
7. BALLAD (James Cummings) 3f By Street Boss
(US) - Weaver Of Words (GB) (2:0-1-0): Hit rail near
400m, became unbalanced when 4М len 2nd of 5
(2) $3.40 55.5 Enjoy Elsie 1000m Wyong Mdn Plate
Soft(6) Nov 29. Settled midfield when 3М len 4th of
10 (1) $3.30F 55.5 A Fortunate Lass 1100m Hawkesbury Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16. Far from disgraced at
Hawkesbury at latest. Keep in mind.
8. DUCHESS OF WINDSOR (Matthew Smith) 3f By
Rip Van Winkle (IR) - Her Royal Highness (NZ) (0:00-0): First start. Makes debut here after 5М len 7th
Kylease 807m W Farm barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(5) Dec
27. Trials: (4:1-0-0). Prefer to see at this stage.
9. POP GIRL (J A O?Shea) 3f By Snitzel - Music Review (GB) (1:0-0-0): Tightened for room when 7 len
6th of 12 (7) $17.00 55.0 Sokudo 1400m Newcastle
2yo Mdn Soft(5) May 5. Strips fitter for 1Н len 5th
Overjoyed 1050m R?wick barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(6)
Dec 17. Resuming. Needs to improve on modest debut performance. Prefer others.
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WYONG
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10. RUSSIAN AHEAD (G Portelli) 3f By Dream
Ahead (US) - Rich Russian (4:0-0-1): Hung out
near turn, vetted - no abnormalities, ordered to
trial when 8М len 8th of 9 (6) $9.00 55.5 Snitzagirl
1208m Bathurst F&M Mdn Good(4) Aug 17. Jumped
awkwardly when 5О len 7th of 10 (4) $31.00 56.5
Efficiently 1200m Goulburn F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec
20. Average effort this level at Goulburn first-up.
Doesn?t look likely.
11. SLIGHT ADJUSTMENT (Mark Newnham) 3f By
Dane Shadow - Adjustment (1:0-0-0): Shifted in at
start when 3О len 7th of 10 (7) $8.00 53.5 A Fortunate Lass 1100m Hawkesbury Mdn Soft(6) Dec 16.
More experienced following debut. Keep safe.
12. SMART DECISION: SCRATCHED
13. STUNNED (Stephen Schofield) 4g By Reset
- Seeking Susan (11:0-1-2): Handily placed when
len, 3О len 3rd of 8 (1) $12.00 55.5 Ikara Miss, First
Reading 1350m Wyong 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 19.
Took up a midfield position when 7 len 9th of 10
(4) $21.00 59.0 Classic Jade 1400m Newcastle E&G
Mdn Good(4) Dec 26. Just battled home in same
class at Newcastle last start. A win would surprise.
14. EXOPLANET (C J Waller) 3f By Snitzel - Awesome Planet (1:0-0-0): Overraced near 800m,
lame after race when 4М len 6th of 8 (4) $5.50 55.5
Ljungberg 1200m C?bury 3yo Mdn Heavy(8) Dec
14. Freshened. Coming off a modest run in the wet
in same company at Canterbury debut. Drawn off
the track. Drops in grade and gets the chance to be
more competitive. Outside chance for multiples.
15. DECOR (James Cummings) 3f By Carlton House
(US) - Virago (1:0-0-0): Beaten but not disgraced
when 3 len 6th of 12 (11) $11.00 55.5 Taken Everything 1000m Wyong Mdn Good(4) Dec 19. Fair
effort without threatening here on debut. Only a
place chance.
16. CALAWAY DANCER (T P Croft) 4m By So You
Think (NZ) - Calaway Gal (9:0-0-1): Jumped awkwardly, over-raced middle stages, blocked for a run
near turn when 5Н len 4th of 8 (5) $10.00 53.0 Hendo?s Magic 1870m Newcastle Mdn Soft(6) June 23.
Slowly away, over-raced middle stages when 8М len
7th of 8 (5) $16.00 53.0 Scratches 1800m Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) July 15. Had the benefit of 2О len
5th Atomic Sunrise 1030m R?hill barrier trial (Mdn)
Good(4) Dec 4. First-up. Looks tested.
RACE 3
2.14
(1600m)
1. OAKFIELD CAPTAIN (D Lane) 4g By Testa Rossa
- Oakfield Beauty (10:2-3-0): Showed pace when
first-up 1Н len win of 14 (10) $12.00 60.0 Zavance,
Livia?s Story 1300m Newcastle Hcp (C1) Good(3)
Dec 8. Ridden on the speed 9Н len 6th of 9 (2)
$8.50 59.5 Thy Kingdom Come 1400m RandwickKensington 3yo+ (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 21. Good win
two starts back at Newcastle. Fitter third-up. Well
placed from the perfect draw. Must be considered.
2. RAPIDO CHAPARRO (G Waterhouse & A Bott)
4g By High Chaparral (IR) - Amouage (NZ) (4:2-00): Found the lead when first-up 3М len 6th of 8 (3)
$10.00 60.0 Classic Princess 1600m Wyong (Bm64)
Good(4) Dec 12. Showed tactical speed for nose
win of 7 (6) $8.50 59.5 Classic Princess, Northern
Lights 1600m Gosford (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 28. Led
and just lasted at Gosford last outing. Getting fitter.
Major player.
3. SOSTENIDO (B A Gentle) 4g By Rip Van Winkle
(IR) - Eftee One (NZ) (15:2-2-2): Sound when 1Н len
5th of 9 (6) $7.50 57.0 Moobi 1600m W Farm 3yo+
Hi-Way-C3 Heavy(8) Dec 22. Blocked for a run near
200m when 2Н len 4th of 8 (8) $3.40F 54.0 Love
Shack Baby 1550m Randwick-Kensington 4yo+
H&G (Bm70) Good(4) Jan 1. Ran home respectably
at Randwick-Kensington last time out. Decent alley.
One of the major players.
4. BATTLE ZONE (S A Marr) 6g By Zabeel (NZ) Katy Keen (NZ) (20:2-1-2): Resumed with lg hd, 1Н
len 3rd of 9 (6) $71.00 55.0 Fuchu, Toroso 1400m
Newcastle E&G Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 2. Vetted - no
abnormalities when 6О len last of 8 (5) $10.00 55.5
Nahuel 1900m Gosford Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 28.
Went to line only fairly at Gosford at latest. Place
makes best appeal.
5. IKARA MISS: SCRATCHED
6. MASTER OF THE TURF (L J Tilley) 5g By Master
Of Design - Maitresse (12:2-1-0): Balanced up midfield when 2О len 6th of 13 (2) $14.00 60.5 Sunday
Swindler 1600m Scone (Bm58) Good(3) Nov 19.
Positioned midfield when 11 len 11th of 12 (5) $12.00
59.0 Tycoon Street 1400m Tuncurry Hcp (C2)
Good(4) Dec 10. Freshened. Couldn?t show a turn of
foot at Tuncurry last outing. Not likely.
7. CONDUCTRESS (J N Englebrecht) 5m By Commands - Show Stealer (21:1-1-8): Settled midfield
when 3Н len 6th of 9 (3) $31.00 54.0 Zeppelin
1600m Wyong (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 19. Hampered
at start when 3М len 4th of 7 (7) $41.00 51.0 Mystic
Hill 1600m Gosford Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 31. Battled on fairly at Gosford last time out. Could sneak
a place at odds.
8. SOMETHING SHOCKING (T J Bartley) 4m By
Nicconi - Miss Electra (13:1-3-2): Lame after race
when 5М len 8th of 11 (3) $3.00F 56.5 Port Gold
1400m Taree (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 17. Took up a
handy position in 4М len 5th of 14 (5) $4.80F 57.0
True Finesse 1600m Taree Plate (C1) Soft(5) Dec
23. Average effort at Taree at latest. Hard to make
a case for.
RACE 4
2.49
(1350m)
1. MR STIX (R A Bailey) 4g By El Nino (US) - Cintarc
(1:0-0-0): Slowly away when 10М len last of 10 (5)
$101.00 56.0 Solera 900m Newcastle Mdn Good(4)
Dec 26. Didn?t show much fight at debut. Tough alley. Unlikely to trouble these.
2. THE SINNERMAN (L J Bridge) 4g By Denman
- Wedlock (5:0-0-0): Hampered early stages, vetted - no abnormalities when 17О len last of 10 (3)
$71.00 57.0 Miss Jenny 1500m Kembla Grange Mdn
Heavy(9) Nov 17. Blocked for a run on straightening
when 10М len 5th of 11 (10) $101.00 56.5 Cossetot
1300m Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9. Freshened. Needs luck from out there. Not expected to
threaten.
3. BIG DATA (Ms G Markwell) 3g By Dalghar (FR)
- Svita (4:0-0-0): Fair effort in 3О len 4th of 7 (2)
$11.00 55.0 Zidane 1200m Kembla Grange Mdn Hcp
Good(4) May 29. Slowly away when 2М len 5th of 8
(1) $26.00 55.0 Ljungberg 1200m C?bury 3yo Mdn
Heavy(8) Dec 14. Freshened. Far from disgraced in
the wet at Canterbury first-up. Can figure.
4. BOLLENTE (J A O?Shea) 3g By Sizzling - Dabrowski (NZ) (1:0-1-0): Tried hard when debut nose 2nd of
12 (4) $13.00 57.0 Western Folk 1200m Newcastle
Mdn Hcp Good(3) Aug 25. Prepared for this with 3М
len 4th I Am Zain 896m C?bury barrier trial (Mdn)
Heavy(8) Dec 20. Resuming. In the mix first start
and will be better for the experience. Take beating.
5. DESTINATION ROCKS (Matthew Smith) 3g By
Walking Or Dancing (NZ) - Circus Rock (3:0-1-0):
Not flash in 8О len 12th of 13 (7) $51.00 54.0 Wayne
County 1350m Donald 2yo+ Mdn Soft(5) June 23.
Overraced middle stages when О len 2nd of 7 (3)
$19.00 58.0 Miss Carboni 1300m Stawell 3yo Mdn
Good(4) Dec 8. Freshened. Formerly with D K Weir.
Found line well to place at Stawell first-up. Rough
chance for minors.
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6. HOME SCENE (C J Waller) 3g By Exceed And
Excel - Fragmentation (5:0-0-2): Wide throughout
when 3М len 5th of 10 (8) $11.00 55.5 Colestah
1100m C?bury 3yo Mdn Soft(5) Nov 30. Settled
handy when lg hd, len 3rd of 10 (1) $2.60F 57.5 Gem
Dealer, Baanone 1200m Newcastle Mdn Good(4)
Dec 22. No match for winner but kept on for the
minor spoils at Newcastle last start. Usually prominent. Rates highly.
7. LINCOLN COUNTY (G A Ryan) 3g By All American - Anaruby (1:0-0-1): Raced greenly when 3О len,
sht nk 3rd of 9 (1) $16.00 57.5 Sheriff, Pindus 1200m
Goulburn E&G Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Likely to improve on debut effort. Not the roughest.
8. MICAWBER (James Cummings) 3g By Exceed
And Excel - Dilly Dally (0:0-0-0): First start. Kicks off
here after 4Н len 6th Royal Witness 807m W Farm
barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27. Trials: (2:0-0-1). Had performed fairly in an earlier trial. From leading stable.
Good gate. Bears close watching.
9. NUCLEAR BURST (Ms K Waugh) 3g By Smart
Missile - Pauline De Lago (6:0-3-0): Hung in in
straight when 3О len 6th of 10 (6) $3.80 57.5 A
Fortunate Lass 1100m Hawkesbury Mdn Soft(6) Dec
16. Lame after race when 3Н len 5th of 11 (4) $2.25F
57.5 Smoodge 1300m Scone Mdn Good(3) Dec 29.
Wasn?t all that far away at Scone last outing. Fitter
for recent racing. Can?t be taken lightly.
10. ZORI (P M Perry) 3g By Uncle Mo (US) - Sezero
(0:0-0-0): First start. Launching career here after lg
nk, 1О len 3rd Magic Cody, Lord Byron 800m Gosford barrier trial (Mdn) Good(4) Dec 18. Trials: (4:00-1). Trialled fairly. Drawn favourably. Big watch.
11. SUPREME BOSS (Ms W Ings) 4m By Street Boss
(US) - Isola Di Capri (1:0-0-1): Jumped awkwardly,
laid in in straight when Н nk, О len 3rd of 9 (6) $41.00
55.0 Supreme Gem, Scarpa 1280m Orange Mdn Hcp
Good(3) Dec 17. Closed from well back to fill the minors
at long odds at Orange debut. Place appeal only.
12. TURAKINA (A & E Cummings) 3f By Declaration
Of War (US) - Mongolia (1:0-0-0): Didn?t offer much
when 4М len 6th of 11 (2) $51.00 55.5 Nindamos
1350m Wyong Mdn Good(4) Dec 12. Freshened. Just
battled home this grade here on debut. Wide alley is
a concern. Outside chance for multiples.
13. PHYLAVE (G Portelli) 3g By Smart Missile - Furla
(2:0-0-0): Failed to fire 5О len 7th of 12 (12) $61.00
58.5 Categoric 1400m Newcastle E&G Mdn Good(3)
Dec 8. Handily placed when 6Н len 8th of 10 (2)
$101.00 57.0 Litzen 1600m Newcastle Mdn Good(4)
Dec 22. Coming off a modest run this level at Newcastle last time out. This looks too hard.
14. BEAUFORT PARK (G A Ryan) 3g By Warhead
- Warlady (NZ) (1:0-0-0): Slowly away, hampered
near 800m, blocked for a run near 100m when 2М
len 7th of 13 (8) $9.00 58.0 Couru 1300m Goulburn
3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Expect long odds.
15. CADENCE (Clare Cunningham) 3f By Your Song
- River Lantern (1:0-0-0): Took up a midfield position when debut 8 len last of 9 (9) $41.00 55.5 She?s
Furline 1200m Kembla Grange F&M Mdn Good(3)
Aug 4. Primed for return with Н len, 1О len 3rd Californiafirebird, Cabeza De Vaca 1100m C?bury barrier
trial Heavy(8) Dec 20. First-up. Previously trained by
John Thompson. Disappointing debut performance.
Has come up with a horror draw. Others better.
16. NORMA?S JOY (T P Croft) 4m By Benfica - Grand
Moss (7:0-0-0): Kept trying 3О len 7th of 12 (4)
$61.00 57.0 Narrow Neck Nelson 1280m Orange Mdn
Soft(5) Nov 23. Found rivals too strong 11Н len 12th of
13 (8) $61.00 55.5 Positive Peace 1400m Orange Mdn
Plate Good(3) Dec 17. Failed to make an impression in
same class at Orange at latest. Faces a task.
RACE 5
3.24
(1100m)
1. HOMEWORK: SCRATCHED
2. KOONUNGA (Matthew Smith) 4m By Not A Single
Doubt - Misshiraz (4:1-1-1): Checked near turn when
3О len, 1М len 3rd of 11 (4) $6.50 56.0 Pecans, Vinnie
Power 1200m Gosford (Bm65) Good(3) Nov 25 (2017).
Overraced early stages when 2 len 2nd of 9 (8) $6.00
55.5 Vinnie Power 1300m Newcastle Hcp (C1) Good(4)
Dec 9 (2017). Strips fitter for 2М len 2nd Royal Hootenanny 807m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27. Resumes from long spell. Each-way chance.
3. VERLAN (R A Freedman) 4m By So You Think
(NZ) - Most Secretive (6:1-1-0): Laid out in straight
when 2О len 5th of 10 (3) $3.60F 56.5 Asterius
1400m Kembla Grange Hcp (C1) Soft(6) June 16.
Inquiry into performance, poor post-race recovery
when 9Н len 9th of 10 (4) $2.10F 58.5 Cape Wickham 1200m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 22. On
pace but weakened right out of it at Newcastle firstup. Not fancied.
4. CAPTAIN COURAGEOUS (T & P Vigouroux) 3g
By Declaration Of War (US) - Betterthanblushing
(2:1-0-0): Knuckled down well to score 1Н len win
of 5 (1) $6.00 56.5 Buckin? Beauty, Handspun 900m
Newcastle Mdn Plate Good(4) Sept 15. Eased near
800m when 3Н len 6th of 10 (6) $11.00 56.5 Power
Rush 1000m Wyong Hcp (C1) Good(4) Sept 23. Resuming. Only a place chance.
5. MIGHTY MARMALADE (Ms K Waugh) 4m By
Duke Of Marmalade (IR) - Wonderful News (5:1-2-0):
Showed pace when 2Н len 4th of 9 (1) $4.80 58.0
Seventhchic 1200m Gosford F&M Hcp (C2) Good(4)
Aug 14. Wide throughout when 4О len 11th of 12 (12)
$7.50 56.5 Inanup 1200m Wyong Hcp (C2) Good(4)
Aug 31. Had the benefit of Н nk 2nd Kravchenko
900m Newcastle barrier trial Good(4) Dec 27. Firstup. Placed in Cls 2 company at Wyong first-up last
campaign. Keep safe.
6. OAKFIELD TWILIGHT (D Lane) 4g By Zoffany
(IR) - Bally Aura (11:1-3-1): On return from break finished 3 len 4th of 10 (6) $9.50 58.0 Alliterate 1200m
Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 2. Safely held in 5
len 5th of 10 (3) $13.00 58.0 Cape Wickham 1200m
Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 22. Went to line
only fairly at Newcastle last start. Not keen.
7. UNIFY (James Cummings) 3f By Sepoy - Slovakia
(US) (5:1-1-1): Found the line intently for first-up 1Н
len 2nd of 10 (10) $9.00 55.0 The Art Of The Bar
1000m Kembla Grange 3yo Hcp Good(3) Nov 6.
Charged home from back half for nose win of 9 (6)
$5.50 56.0 Dunbrody Power, Dreaming For More
1150m Randwick-Kensington 3yo F Mdn Soft(5) Dec
21. Good, determined win from off the pace last outing. Fitter for two runs back. Worth some thought.
8. FALLGOLD (James Cummings) 3f By Exceed
And Excel - Raspberries (5:1-1-1): Shifted in at start
when 2Н len 7th of 9 (9) $11.00 57.5 Aperitif 1100m
C?bury 3yo F Mdn Good(3) Aug 29. Laid out on
straightening when sht nk win of 8 (3) $2.50F 54.5
Bentley Magic, Hiemal 1000m Wyong Mdn Good(4)
Sept 23. Prepared for this with Н len win Milunka,
Seamagic 896m C?bury barrier trial Heavy(8) Dec
20. Resuming. Consistent filly. Wasn?t far away in
Mdn company at Newcastle first-up last campaign.
Strong claims.
9. THE RUNNER (Bjorn Baker) 3g By Snitzel Femina Fashion (2:1-0-0): Laid out in straight, rider
told to use more care, swab taken by order of stewards when Н len win of 11 (2) $1.80F 57.0 Sheriff,
Lytafyre 1100m Nowra E&G Mdn Good(4) Dec 9.
Wide throughout, laid out on straightening, struck
interference near 200m when 2О len 5th of 11 (11)
$2.90F 57.0 Wonderbabe 1100m R?wick 3yo (Bm64)
Good(4) Dec 26. Ran home respectably at Randwick
last time out. Commands respect.
10. TIME AND AGAIN (K A Lees) 3f By Declaration Of
War (US) - History Maker (US) (3:1-1-0): Wide throughout, hampered near turn, vetted - no abnormalities
when 5М len 9th of 13 (7) $4.40F 57.0 Fearless Girl
1200m Wyong 2yo Mdn Good(4) July 14. Ridden on
the speed Н len win of 9 (2) $4.20 55.0 Charlotte?s
Heart, Nivalis 900m Newcastle 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec
22. Charged through to score at Newcastle first-up. Fitter. Awkwardly drawn. Place makes best appeal.
11. YALANJI (Brad Widdup) 3g By Mossman - Moon
Candy (7:1-1-1): Vetted - no abnormalities when
1Н len 4th of 12 (1) $2.70F 56.0 Terra Reign 1100m
Mudgee (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 7. Tried hard but no
match for winner 3 len 2nd of 7 (3) $2.60F 58.0 All
Sassitude 1200m Goulburn (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 20.
Ran home well to fill the minors at Goulburn at latest. Expect will be prominent from the decent draw.
Worth including.
12. ACOUSTIX (S G Morton) 3c By Snitzel - Alberton
Park (NZ) (4:1-1-1): Wide throughout, hampered on
straightening when 3М len 6th of 7 (7) $21.00 52.0
Lancaster Bomber 1000m Wyong Hcp (C1) Good(4)
Dec 12. Took up a handy position in len, 1М len 3rd of
14 (14) $13.00 57.5 Eyebea Danser, Heredero 1200m
Coffs Harbour Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 27. Handy and
boxed on fairly to fill the minors at Coffs Harbour last
start. Could sneak a place at odds.
RACE 6
4.04
(1350m)
1. JEXERLENT (T V Green) 5g By Exceed And Excel
- Jawahir (31:7-5-6): Settled handy when 2М len, sht
hd 3rd of 9 (2) $17.00 59.0 Dunatun, Johnny Roo
Boy 1100m Hawkesbury (Bm64) Soft(5) Oct 25.
Handily placed when hd 2nd of 9 (7) $18.00 59.0
Swelt 1200m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 22.
On pace and fought on bravely to place at Newcastle last outing. Proven performer over this trip. Can
figure.
2. FRATELLINO (D I Atkins) 5g By Dylan Thomas
(IR) - Minnesota Jewel (23:4-2-2): Claimed Н nk
win of 10 (4) $21.00 60.0 Bid?n?bare, Fuchu 1200m
Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Nov 18. Balanced up
midfield when 4О len 4th of 10 (1) $12.00 59.0 Cape
Wickham 1200m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec
22. Average effort in same company at Newcastle
last time out. Assess on strong performance at
Newcastle two starts ago. Rough chance for minors.
3. INVICTA (K P Parker) 5g By Rothesay - Judicious
Girl (26:6-1-2): No match when 4Н len 6th of 13
(11) $14.00 54.5 Shalmaneser 2000m Taree Cup
Good(3) Aug 19. Lacerations when 4Н len 7th of
10 (7) $16.00 54.5 Royal Stamp 2000m R?hill 3yo+
(Bm78) Soft(5) Aug 25. First-up. Drawn off the track.
Looking elsewhere.
4. ONLY WANNA SING (K A Lees) 3g By Your Song
- Sweet Hollow (GB) (11:1-3-0): Reasonable effort 2М
len 8th of 11 (9) $7.00 58.0 Zidane 1100m C?bury
3yo+ E&G-Bm70 Good(4) Nov 30. Wide throughout when 4Н len 4th of 9 (9) $5.00 57.5 Pembroke
Castle 1250m C?bury 3yo+ (Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec
14. Freshened. Just battled home in stronger class
at Canterbury at latest. Meeting easier opposition
here. Include among the better chances.
5. GALAPAGOS (James Cummings) 4g By Teofilo
(IR) - Blue Finch (GB) (2:1-0-1): Let down nicely for
first-up len win of 8 (6) $9.00 58.5 Lose Yourself,
Dodge The Hounds 1200m Geelong 2yo+ Mdn
Soft(6) May 18. Slowly away, raced erratically when
sht hd, 3 len 3rd of 8 (3) $5.50 59.5 Hard Faith, Songs
Of Ireland 1500m Sale 3yo (Bm64) Soft(5) June 14.
Primed for return with 5О len 7th Royal Hootenanny
807m W Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27. Resuming.
Not the roughest.
6. JUST LIKE STRATUM: SCRATCHED
7. CHILCOTIN (G A Ryan) 5g By Medaglia D?Oro
(US) - Lake Charlotte (US) (18:4-2-5): Posted 1Н len
win of 5 (2) $2.00F 59.0 Prontissimo, Raised To Duel
1450m Quirindi Hcp (C3) Good(3) Aug 13. Kept fighting when Н len, sht nk 3rd of 13 (8) $4.20 61.0 Editors, Sniponet 1400m Taree (Bm66) Good(3) Sept 3.
Fitter for 2О len 4th Californiafirebird 1100m C?bury
barrier trial Heavy(8) Dec 20. First-up. Formerly
with Benjamin Smith. Place appeal only.
8. NADACHEVA (A G Scorse) 8g By Nadeem - Antonicheva (IR) (50:5-6-4): Vetted - no abnormalities when 6О len 9th of 11 (11) $7.50 55.5 Latitude
1600m Newcastle (Bm71) Soft(5) June 30. Resumed
with 7Н len 8th of 10 (8) $51.00 59.5 Cape Wickham
1200m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 22. Veteran
galloper. Was safely held at Newcastle first-up. Hard
to recommend.
9. SPARKLING L?AMOUR (R A Bailey) 6g By
Starcraft (NZ) - C?yaontheotherside (US) (7:1-0-0):
Slowly away, checked early stages, trial to steward?s
satisfaction when failed to finish of 8 (8) $26.00
58.5 Oakfield Rickie 1300m Beaumont E&G Hcp (C1)
Soft(7) Mar 11 (2017). Slowly away (6L), trial to steward?s satisfaction when 12Н len last of 7 (6) $101.00
57.5 Drachenfels 1200m Newcastle E&G Hcp (C1)
Good(4) Sept 16 (2017). Since registered sht hd 2nd
He?s Our Toy Boy 1000m Beaumont barrier trial
Good(4) Oct 11 (2017). First-up from lengthy break.
Not a noted first-up performer. Needs luck from out
there. Prefer others.
10. SALSA MAN (P M Perry) 3g By I Am Invincible
- Ladies Dancing (NZ) (6:1-1-0): Blocked for a run on
straightening when 1О len 4th of 7 (3) $15.00 56.5
Thinkin? Big 1500m R?hill 2yo Hcp Good(4) July 28.
Slowly away, inquiry into performance, vetted - no
abnormalities when 4О len last of 7 (5) $3.00F 57.0
Oakfield General 1500m Newcastle E&G Hcp (C1)
Good(3) Aug 16. Strips fitter for 6М len 6th Tactical
Advantage 800m Gosford barrier trial Good(4) Dec
18. Resuming. Outside chance for multiples.
11. COSSETOT (James Cummings) 3g By Epaulette
- Ouachita (2:1-0-0): Took up a handy position in
first-up sht Н hd win of 11 (6) $3.40 58.0 Musume,
I?m Kate 1300m Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) Dec 9.
Blocked for a run on straightening, vetted - no abnormalities when 2О len 6th of 10 (7) $1.85F 58.0
On The Top 1400m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec
26. Far from disgraced at Newcastle last outing.
Drawn to ge a nice run. Can play a key role.
12. PROFILER (J N Englebrecht) 8g By Ready?s Image
(US) - Burford (46:7-3-5): Overraced middle stages
when len, sht nk 3rd of 12 (9) $41.00 51.0 Poetic Charmer, He?s A Given 1400m W Farm 3yo+ E&G (Bm70)
Good(4) Dec 5. Jumped awkwardly, over-raced middle stages when 4 len 6th of 11 (5) $7.00 52.5 Spanish
Dream 1350m Wyong (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 19. Wasn?t
all that far away here last time out. Keep safe.
13. SAUSALITO (P M Perry) 4g By Sebring - Free
Spirited (19:3-3-4): Hampered near 200m when 5
len 5th of 9 (7) $6.50 55.5 Pembroke Castle 1250m
C?bury 3yo+ (Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec 14. Overraced
middle stages, blocked for a run near turn when hd,
Н hd 3rd of 9 (5) $3.90 58.0 Swelt, Jexerlent 1200m
Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 22. Worked home
solidly to place at Newcastle at latest. Drawn to receive every chance. Among the dangers.
14. JACK THE RINGER (G Prosser) 10g By Youthful
Legs (US) - Belle Ringer (62:5-11-10): Kept grinding
1М len 5th of 8 (5) $14.00 53.0 Super Tonic 1300m
Newcastle (Bm70) Good(4) Nov 10. Positioned
midfield when 4М len 7th of 14 (1) $19.00 59.0 Tarbert 1200m Coffs Harbour (Bm66) Good(4) Dec
13. Freshened. Old timer. Coming off a modest run
in weaker class at Coffs Harbour last start. Faces
stronger opposition now. Doesn?t look likely.
15. BETTER NOT FLY (S G Morton) 4g By Snippetson - Will Fly (9:3-0-1): Slowly away when 5 len 5th
of 9 (2) $5.00 59.0 Net Effect 1400m Scone (Bm66)
Good(3) Sept 21. Settled handy when first-up 2М len
4th of 13 (10) $5.50 58.5 Roy?s Command 1250m
Taree Hcp (C3) Soft(5) Dec 23. Fair effort without
threatening at Taree first-up. Will only be fitter. Only
a place chance.
16. FAME SHINES (S I Singleton) 4h By Perfectly
Ready - Plan The Peace (NZ) (17:2-3-2): Poor postrace recovery when 3О len 8th of 9 (7) $9.50 56.5
Black Magnum 1100m Hawkesbury (Bm64) Good(3)
Dec 9. Handily placed when 10М len 8th of 10 (7)
$11.00 54.0 Sylvia?s Mother 1100m Hawkesbury Hcp
(C2) Soft(5) Dec 16. Showed pace but gave in easily
at Hawkesbury last outing. A win would surprise.
RACE 7
4.44
(1350m)
1. OXFORD ANGEL (Ms K Waugh) 4m By Nicconi Oxford Princess (9:2-1-2): Hampered at start, vetted
- no abnormalities when 2Н len 6th of 11 (4) $4.20
55.0 Anna?s Joy 1100m Gosford Hcp (C2) Good(4)
Dec 6. Blocked for a run near 200m when Н len 4th
of 9 (1) $5.00 56.5 Swelt 1200m Newcastle (Bm64)
Good(4) Dec 22. Gave good account at Newcastle
last time out. Among the main chances.
2. ALLITERATE (P M Farrell) 5m By Al Maher - Al
Sahra (48:6-5-5): Settled midfield when 5М len 6th
of 9 (3) $9.00 56.0 Pembroke Castle 1250m C?bury
3yo+ (Bm70) Heavy(8) Dec 14. Honest when О len,
1М len 3rd of 10 (10) $20.00 59.0 On The Top, Xaarfoxylady 1400m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 26.
Close-up and whacked away to place at Newcastle
at latest. Drawn to effect. Should be competitive.
3. DENIM STREET (Ms S Murray-Leslie) 6m By
Street Sense (US) - Running Jeans (NZ) (25:4-1-5):
Fought hard but no match 2 len, О len 3rd of 6 (4)
$4.60 63.5 Kormaddie, Oh What A Thief 1200m
Bong Bong 3yo+ Hcp Good(3) Nov 23. Landed lg hd
win of 5 (5) $7.00 56.5 Only Choice, First Courrier
1400m Goulburn Hcp (C3) Good(4) Dec 20. Timed
run well to score at Goulburn last start. Place makes
best appeal.
ALBURY
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10. ROCKY HIGH (K A Davison) 4g By Rock ?n? Pop
- High Tea (NZ) (21:1-4-2): Hampered near 400m
when 3О len 6th of 9 (5) $4.40 56.5 Kappy Cino
1300m Wagga (Bm58) Good(3) Nov 26. Fought hard
but no match 2М len 2nd of 9 (2) $5.00 56.0 Hail The
Hero 1400m Albury Hcp (C1) Soft(6) Dec 15. Handy
and boxed on fairly to fill the minors here last time
out. Keep safe.
11. COBRA KAI (K F Hanley) 8g By Golden Snake
(US) - Final Mystery (53:5-5-4): Warning - barrier
manners when 8М len 12th of 13 (10) $21.00 54.0
Squaw Valley 900m Albury (Bm58) Soft(7) Nov 8.
Fair effort in 3Н len 8th of 11 (4) $21.00 52.0 Landmine 1180m Gundagai (Bm58) Good(3) Nov 17. Returning from let-up. Veteran galloper. A win would
surprise.
RACE 4
3.56
(1400m)
1. BLUE VALOUR (A Fitzgerald) 6g By O?Lonhro Blue Capri (13:3-3-0): Jumped awkwardly when 6М
len 6th of 12 (2) $7.00 61.0 Warragul 1100m Wodonga (Bm64) Good(3) Nov 30. Hampered early stages
when 7О len 7th of 10 (6) $13.00 59.5 Mount Horeb
1175m Albury (Bm66) Soft(6) Dec 15. Getting fitter.
Decent alley. Among the dangers.
2. HAIL THE HERO (Ms D Scott) 5g By Congrats
(US) - Forever Hailey (17:2-2-0): Slowly away, overraced early, middle stages, hampered near 100m
when 4М len 6th of 12 (2) $21.00 60.0 Find My Tail
1200m Wagga Hcp (C1) Good(3) Nov 26. Hampered
near 200m when 2М len win of 9 (7) $4.80 60.0
Rocky High, Royal Parade 1400m Albury Hcp (C1)
Soft(6) Dec 15. Reeled them in easily to salute under
60kg here last outing. Strips fitter third-up. Strong
claims.
3. WAITING FOR A MATE (N E Loy) 4g By Widden
Valley - Flashdanza (9:2-1-2): Hampered at start,
lacerations when 5О len 9th of 10 (5) $10.00 58.5
Roadrager 1170m Wangaratta Hcp (C1) Good(4) Sept
17. On return from break finished 1Н len win of 13 (5)
$6.00 58.0 Toolbar, Shoplifter 1175m Albury Hcp
(C1) Soft(6) Dec 15. Consistent gelding. Dominant
on-pace winner in weaker class here first-up. Strips
fitter. Commands respect.
4. LAWTON JOSEPH (Andrew Dale) 6g By Bachelor Duke (US) - Latin Lass (23:3-3-5): Worked right
to the line for Н nk 2nd of 12 (3) $5.50 59.0 Another
Jay Brown 1500m Albury (Bm58) Firm(2) Dec 8.
Made up late ground for Н len 2nd of 10 (2) $5.50
53.0 Get Ya Kicks 1600m Albury (Bm66) Soft(6) Dec
15. Knocking on the door. Finished well to place here
last time out. Can play a key role.
5. CHOREOGRAPH (P McVicar) 4g By Choisir Elsewhere (12:1-1-3): Ridden on the speed 9Н len
8th of 10 (10) $16.00 55.0 Mount Horeb 1175m Albury (Bm66) Soft(6) Dec 15. Took up a handy position in nose, 1О len 3rd of 10 (1) $11.00 57.0 Miralie,
Framework 1300m Corowa Hcp (C2) Good(3) Dec
30. Ran on well to place at Corowa at latest. Fitter
for recent racing. Among the main chances.
6. FLIRTATIOUS FEMME (D S Archard) 6m By
Husson (AR) - Star Of Coureuse (21:3-2-0): Safely
held in 5М len 7th of 11 (10) $51.00 60.0 Classic
Choice 1106m Benalla 3yo+ F&M (Bm58) Good(3)
Dec 22. Jumped awkwardly when 6Н len 8th of
10 (1) $19.00 57.5 Bold Arial 1200m Echuca (Bm58)
Good(4) Dec 31. Went to line only fairly this level at
Echuca last start. Place appeal only.
7. EXTRA COOL (T G Sutherland) 6g By Casino
Prince - Scowl (25:2-5-3): Hampered early stages,
shifted out in straight when 1М len 5th of 12 (8)
$8.00 55.5 Another Jay Brown 1500m Albury
(Bm58) Firm(2) Dec 8. Kept fighting when Н nk 2nd
of 10 (4) $4.00F 57.5 Abington Threat 1600m Tumut
(Bm50) Good(3) Dec 26. Prominent and showed
plenty of fight at Tumut last outing. Outside chance
for multiples.
8. CASINO STAR (K F Hanley) 5m By Casino Prince
- She?s A Knockout (22:2-1-2): No match when 4Н
len 7th of 9 (4) $26.00 55.0 Ghost Doctor 1170m
Wangaratta (Bm58) Soft(7) Dec 15. Hampered near
800m when 6Н len 8th of 10 (8) $21.00 54.0 Miralie
1300m Corowa Hcp (C2) Good(3) Dec 30. Average
effort in weaker company at Corowa last time out.
Faces stronger opposition now. Looks tested.
9. HARGY (J H Taylor) 7g By Bianconi (US) - Dulacca
Dame (62:3-9-5): Eased near 100m when 1М len 4th
of 12 (6) $21.00 54.5 Another Jay Brown 1500m Albury (Bm58) Firm(2) Dec 8. Overraced early, middle
stages when 4Н len 6th of 10 (7) $19.00 54.0 Get
Ya Kicks 1600m Albury (Bm66) Soft(6) Dec 15. Just
battled home in same class here at latest. Not likely.
10. WESTERN WOW (Ms E Haworth) 8g By Dangerous - Western Mist (50:3-4-6): Well beaten 4Н
len 6th of 8 (5) $11.00 62.5 King Mapoora 1200m
Healesville Open Trophy Good(4) Dec 8. Slowly
away, checked at start when 2М len 4th of 14 (12)
$101.00 54.0 Hurry Up Harry 1400m Wagga (Bm58)
Good(3) Dec 24. Far from disgraced at Wagga last
start. Gets in light. Can figure.
RACE 5
4.36
(1600m)
1. CLASS CLOWN (C Heywood) 7g By Bon Hoffa Scandalous (32:8-2-4): Landed 1Н len win of 11 (5)
$19.00 57.5 Bondo, Not Too Sure 1600m Wagga
Ryder Prelude Good(3) Dec 11. Took up the running
when О len 2nd of 9 (9) $8.50 57.5 Spunlago 1600m
Wagga Ted Ryder Good(3) Dec 24. Handy galloper.
On pace but outgunned late at Wagga last outing.
Usually prominent. Expect will be prominent from
the decent draw. Right in this.
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4. IKARA MISS (J G Sargent) 4m By Smart Missile
- Strictly Personal (6:1-0-1): First-up finished 4О len
5th of 10 (8) $26.00 55.5 Charretera 1300m Newcastle Mdn Good(4) Dec 2. Rounded up opposition
to score len win of 8 (6) $3.50 56.0 First Reading,
Stunned 1350m Wyong 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 19.
Handy galloper. Timed run to perfection to score
here last outing. Fitter third-up. Keep in mind.
5. LONGCHAMP LASS (D I Atkins) 5m By Dream
Ahead (US) - Wejdaan (23:2-4-8): Checked at start,
blocked for a run in straight when О len, len 3rd
of 10 (4) $7.00 51.0 Mr Tickets, Marathon 1400m
Newcastle (Bm70) Good(4) July 7. On return from
break finished 1О len 6th of 9 (9) $12.00 56.0 Swelt
1200m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 22. Looks
tested.
6. MIMIC (K A Lees) 3f By Medaglia D?Oro (US) Jade Diva (5:2-1-0): Showed pace when len win of
12 (1) $2.30F 55.5 Sunny Afternoon, Brixton Town
1300m Scone Mdn Good(3) Nov 19. Jumped awkwardly, blocked for a run in straight when 2М len win
of 13 (6) $1.85F 56.0 Danishki, Sarasota Bay 1300m
Coffs Harbour Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 13. Freshened.
Chasing hat-trick. Reeled them in easily to salute at
Coffs Harbour last time out. Looks one of the main
chances.
7. ZAVANCE (P & P Snowden) 3f By Mossman Shalimar Sky (4:1-1-0): Slowly away when 2Н len
5th of 10 (8) $21.00 55.0 Juaphikoa 1200m Kembla
Grange Hcp (C1) Heavy(9) Nov 17. Worked right to
the line for 1Н len 2nd of 14 (3) $10.00 55.0 Oakfield
Captain 1300m Newcastle Hcp (C1) Good(3) Dec 8.
Freshened. Finished solidly to place at Newcastle at
latest. Right in this.
8. COURU (G Waterhouse & A Bott) 3f By All Too
Hard - Pas De Deux (IR) (1:1-0-0): Jumped awkwardly, ran wide middle stages when О len win of 13
(10) $4.80F 56.0 Mr Costigan, Storm Attack 1300m
Goulburn 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. Determined effort from handy position to win at Goulburn debut.
Drawn well. Can figure.
9. MOANA MARIE (K A Lees) 3f By Uncle Mo (US)
- Star Leader (4:1-0-1): Hampered early stages when
3Н len 6th of 12 (8) $2.90F 54.5 Casino Mondial
1206m Port Macquarie Mdn Hcp Good(4) Nov 27.
Ridden on the speed Н hd win of 12 (7) $10.00 55.0
Bozeman, Spirit Of Indigo 1200m Coffs Harbour 3yo
Mdn Good(4) Dec 13. Freshened. Gritty on-pace victory at Coffs Harbour last start. Could sneak a place
at odds.
2. PITTSBURGH (D J McCarthy) 5g By Fastnet
Rock - Sevruga (21:4-2-2): Slowly away (2L) when
8Н len 10th of 11 (1) $21.00 59.5 Bennelong Dancer
1175m Albury Open Hcp Soft(7) Nov 8. Slowly
away, checked near 1000m when 3 len 5th of 10
(7) $26.00 61.5 Forever Newyork 1200m Wagga
(Bm74) Good(3) Dec 24. Wasn?t all that far away at
Wagga last time out. Fitter for two runs back. Must
be considered.
3. ARAGONESE (Mitchell Beer) 8g By Testa Rossa
- Aragonce (25:3-2-4): Kept trying 1Н len 5th of 7
(1) $41.00 60.0 Fudged 1400m Sandown-Hillside
(Bm70) Good(3) Dec 12. Slowly away when 1О len
5th of 11 (2) $7.50 57.0 Triple Hero 1600m Goulburn
Fred Cooper Cup Good(4) Dec 20. Gave good account at Goulburn at latest. Good gate. Not the
roughest.
4. TUDOR RULE (G M Duryea) 7g By Octagonal
(NZ) - Tudor Flame (36:5-5-4): Resumed with 5О
len 4th of 10 (2) $17.00 61.0 Mount Horeb 1175m Albury (Bm66) Soft(6) Dec 15. Not flash in 5О len last
of 9 (2) $41.00 58.0 Hunamosa 1400m Seymour
(Bm70) Good(4) Dec 30. Coming off a modest run
at Seymour last start. Fitter third-up. Proven performer over this trip. Drawn favourably. Should be
competitive.
5. SUPPLY MONEY (Ms D Scott) 6m By Bushranger
(IR) - Supply Chain (26:4-4-3): First-up finished 1Н
len 4th of 9 (3) $18.00 55.5 Elite Drake 1450m Tatura
(Bm70) Soft(5) Dec 9. Didn?t offer much when 6 len
7th of 9 (7) $14.00 54.0 Spunlago 1600m Wagga
Ted Ryder Good(3) Dec 24. Went to line only fairly at
Wagga last outing. Only a place chance.
6. FOOTMARK (Jodie Bohr) 7g By Lord Jim (AR)
- Maibonie (14:3-2-1): Took up a midfield position
when 2 len 4th of 11 (4) $2.80F 54.0 Class Clown
1600m Wagga Ryder Prelude Good(3) Dec 11. Vetted - no abnormalities when 2О len 6th of 9 (5)
$6.00 55.0 Moobi 1600m W Farm 3yo+ Hi-Way-C3
Heavy(8) Dec 22. Fair effort without threatening in
the wet at Warwick Farm last time out. Has had success at this track. Include among the better chances.
7. IF YOU WILL (Russell Osborne) 5g By Moshe
- Rubijay (NZ) (30:4-1-5): Ran wide early, middle
stages when 12М len last of 8 (5) $15.00 58.0 Royal
Roulette 1450m Tatura (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 9. Slowly
away when 8Н len 10th of 11 (11) $31.00 57.0 Cash
For Diamonds 1406m Benalla (Bm58) Good(3) Dec
22. Needs to improve sharply. Hard to make a case
for.
9. TEARFUL KITTY (T G Sutherland) 5m By Choisir
- Dodge City Kitty (NZ) (66:7-8-6): Reasonable effort 3М len 6th of 14 (9) $31.00 56.0 Hurry Up Harry
1400m Wagga (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 24. Blocked for
a run near 400m when 2М len 4th of 8 (1) $13.00
56.0 Saint Aquilina 1400m Corowa (Bm58) Good(3)
Dec 30. Far from disgraced at Corowa last start. Can
figure.
10. ARIEL MISS (Ms W Church) 8m By Lion Heart
(US) - Tucklan Sky (22:3-2-0): Showed pace when
4М len 4th of 10 (5) $21.00 55.5 Magmellou 1618m
Echuca (Bm58) Good(4) April 8. Slowly away when
7М len 9th of 14 (9) $51.00 52.5 I Am Kalani 1400m
Albury Hcp (C3) Good(4) May 14. First-up. Not a
noted first-up performer. Not expected to threaten.
11. TINYBELLA (N E Loy) 6m By Redente - Fastessa (18:2-1-3): Hampered early stages, blocked
for a run near 200m when 2М len, Н nk 3rd of 11
(11) $20.00 54.0 Moving On Up, Murrawee 900m
Albury (Bm58) Firm(2) Dec 8. Kept grinding 1О len
8th of 10 (2) $8.00 56.5 Benno?s Boy, Patrika Belle
1000m Tumut (Bm50) Good(3) Dec 26. Up in class.
Has come up with a horror draw. This looks too hard.
12. I?M A PRIMA DONNA (P A Sweeney) 6m By
Snippetson - Astral Danza (24:2-0-4): Found rivals
too strong 5О len 5th of 10 (10) $61.00 54.0 As Bad
As Tyson 1300m Wodonga (Bm70) Good(3) Nov 30.
Safely held in 4О len 13th of 16 (12) $151.00 54.0
Tully Toff 1200m Wagga Hcp (C2) Good(3) Dec 11.
Freshened. Average effort this grade at Wagga last
time out. Drawn poorly. Expect long odds.
RACE 6
5.16
(1175m)
1. CHANCEOFALIFETIME (E W Nichols) 6m By
Oamaru Force - Metallic Mover (22:3-3-4): Settled
handy when 5М len 8th of 14 (3) $8.50 59.0 Prairie
Sun 1206m Benalla (Bm58) Good(3) April 5. On return from break finished 2М len 8th of 11 (11) $26.00
57.5 Benno?s Boy 900m Albury (Bm58) Soft(6) Dec
15. Ran home respectably here first-up. Fitter. Eachway chance.
2. JOUNAMA (K P Weir) 5m By Zoffany (IR) - Miss
Johann (21:2-1-6): Blocked for a run near 400m
when lg nk, Н len 3rd of 16 (14) $41.00 55.0 Tully
Toff, La Dalliance 1200m Wagga Hcp (C2) Good(3)
Dec 11. Overraced early, middle stages when nose,
len 3rd of 14 (6) $7.50 57.0 Hurry Up Harry, Jaytee?s
The Fox 1400m Wagga (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 24.
Found line well to place at Wagga at latest. Keep
in mind.
3. MADAM PALMER (D J O?Prey) 4m By Ilovethiscity - Hannabah (5:1-1-1): Slowly away when 1М len,
len 3rd of 10 (4) $4.80 54.5 Stolen Time, Triple Shot
1000m Albury Hcp (C2) Heavy(10) Aug 21. Slowly
away when 2О len 10th of 11 (7) $7.00 57.0 Benno?s
Boy 900m Albury (Bm58) Soft(6) Dec 15. Battled on
fairly here first-up. Will only be fitter. Wide alley is a
concern. Place makes best appeal.
4. MISS FARLOO (R W Steiner) 7m By Zizou - Prodigal Miss (66:5-6-10): Resumed with 5О len 8th of
12 (2) $31.00 57.0 Oh What A Thief 1000m Wagga
(Bm58) Good(3) Dec 1. Failed to fire 9М len 9th of
10 (4) $101.00 54.0 Forever Newyork 1200m Wagga
(Bm74) Good(3) Dec 24. Lacked a pick-up and only
plugged to line at Wagga last start. Unlikely to trouble these.
5. LA DALLIANCE (Ms D Wise) 6m By Magnus - El
Fayze (26:2-5-4): Lacerations when lg nk 2nd of
16 (8) $26.00 54.0 Tully Toff 1200m Wagga Hcp
(C2) Good(3) Dec 11. Hampered early stages, wide
throughout when 1О len 5th of 14 (13) $9.50 52.5
Rock ?n? Roller 1200m Wagga Hcp (C2) Good(3) Dec
24. Just behind the placegetters at Wagga last outing. Drawn to ge a nice run. Major player.
6. ZOEY LASS (Martin Stein) 4m By Zoffany (IR) Steinway Lass (NZ) (13:1-1-2): Checked near 400m,
laid in throughout when 5Н len 5th of 11 (7) $17.00
56.5 Free Willy 1600m Swan Hill (Bm58) Good(3)
Oct 2. Wide throughout when 8М len last of 13 (13)
$11.00 56.5 Celestial Story 1600m Stawell (Bm58)
Good(3) Oct 22. Back from a let-up. Formerly with
D K Weir. Failed to make an impression in same
company at Stawell last time out. Could sneak a
place at odds.
7. NEWS GIRL (G M Duryea) 3f By Magnus - Stacey
Lee (2:1-0-1): Shifted out in straight when sht hd, Н
len 3rd of 9 (6) $5.00 55.0 Buthayna, Woodman?s
Doll 900m Corowa Mdn Good(3) Sept 17. Scored
1Н len win of 14 (4) $3.10F 54.5 Canny Roll, Tajarrob 1175m Albury Mdn Good(3) Oct 13. Resuming.
Drawn to receive every chance. Looks one of the
main chances.
8. DIVA DOC (J D Whitelaw) 5m By Dr Doute?s - Desert Finch (15:1-2-1): Handily placed when 2Н len 4th
of 12 (3) $41.00 53.5 Banger 1100m Wodonga 3yo+
Mdn Good(4) Nov 30. Laid in in straight when lg nk
win of 11 (7) $9.00 56.0 Talk To Amanda, Who Told
Ya 1000m Albury Mdn Good(3) Dec 8. Freshened.
Charged through to score here at latest. Drawn to
effect. Keep safe.
Note: Official start times
correct at time of printing.
RACE 7
5.51
(900m)
1. SQUAW VALLEY (N E Loy) 4g By Zoffany (IR) Bella Ballerina (5:2-0-0): Lacerations when len win
of 13 (9) $7.00 61.0 Moving On Up, Rosie?s Ready
900m Albury (Bm58) Soft(7) Nov 8. Jumped awkwardly, respiratory issues when 3Н len 6th of 11 (5)
$9.00 58.5 River House 1000m Sandown-Hillside
(Bm64) Good(3) Dec 5. Freshened. Wasn?t all that
far away at Sandown-Hillside at latest. Assess on
strong performance here two starts ago. Drawn
well. Rates highly.
2. BEAUTIFUL BEE (Russell Osborne) 4m By Redente - Lady Bureaucrat (11:2-0-1): Jumped awkwardly, over-raced middle stages, blocked for a run
concluding stages when 1М len 6th of 8 (2) $17.00
57.5 Millie The Missile 1100m Tatura (Bm64) Good(3)
Sept 22. Jumped awkwardly, wide throughout when
12 len 10th of 12 (6) $31.00 57.5 Yousay Bolt 1206m
Benalla (Bm64) Good(4) Sept 28. Resuming. Favourably drawn. Rates highly.
3. MAGNAVALE (C D Widdison) 4m By Magnus Ascot Vale (1:1-0-0): Rider lost whip when Н 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. Can play a role.
4. DIAMONDS FOR ALICE (P S Clancy) 5m By
Krupt - Switch To Diamonds (16:2-5-5): Wide
throughout, checked near 200m when 1О len 6th
of 9 (9) $6.00 54.0 Mr Brown Fox 1000m Gundagai
Hcp (C2) Good(3) Nov 17. No match when 4Н len 4th
of 8 (4) $2.10F 55.5 Jessie Prevails 1000m Hay Hcp
(C2) Good(3) Nov 24. Freshened. Just battled home
this level at Hay last start. Badly drawn. Rough
chance for minors.
5. MARIA ELISA (Rhys Archard) 4m By Denman Via (US) (15:2-1-1): Ridden on the speed 2Н len 9th
of 11 (5) $15.00 58.0 Benno?s Boy 900m Albury
(Bm58) Soft(6) Dec 15. Slowly away when 4М len
7th of 11 (2) $12.00 56.5 Royal Duty 1000m Echuca
(Bm58) Good(4) Dec 31. Coming off a modest run
in same class at Echuca last outing. Good draw. Not
the roughest.
6. RUBINIC (C J Davis) 4m By Nicconi - Rubirose
(14:2-1-0): Took up a handy position in 2Н len 4th
of 11 (5) $26.00 56.5 Moving On Up 900m Albury
(Bm58) Firm(2) Dec 8. Weakened noticeably, tied
up when 10М len 10th of 11 (5) $21.00 54.5 Classic
Choice 1106m Benalla 3yo+ F&M (Bm58) Good(3)
Dec 22. Prominent but found nothing when called
upon at Benalla last time out. Others better.
7. TOFFEY MISS (K A Davison) 4m By Toorak Toff Mariners Joy (6:1-1-0): Settled handy when 3О len
6th of 13 (1) $3.80F 57.0 Squaw Valley 900m Albury
(Bm58) Soft(7) Nov 8. Weakened noticeably when
5О len 11th of 13 (1) $7.00 56.0 Waiting For A Mate
1175m Albury Hcp (C1) Soft(6) Dec 15. Went to line
only fairly in weaker event here at latest. Nicely
weighted. Each-way chance.
8. ENCONTI (P McVicar) 6m By Econsul (NZ) - Four
Seasons (19:1-1-2): Battled away for 3М len 6th of 10
(1) $11.00 54.5 Liberty Boy 1175m Albury Hcp (C1)
Firm(2) Dec 8. Wide throughout when 2О len 5th
of 13 (10) $51.00 54.0 Waiting For A Mate 1175m
Albury Hcp (C1) Soft(6) Dec 15. Going up in grade.
Faces a task.
9. GENTLEMAN CHARLIE (P A Sweeney) 7g By
Hard Spun (US) - Suraya (30:2-4-4): Battled away
gamely len 2nd of 8 (1) $4.00 55.0 Jessie Prevails
1000m Hay Hcp (C2) Good(3) Nov 24. Beaten but
not disgraced when 1Н len 4th of 11 (9) $21.00 55.5
Benno?s Boy 900m Albury (Bm58) Soft(6) Dec 15.
Worked home okay to finish close to placegetters
last outing. Awkwardly drawn. Place appeal only.
10. MURRAWEE (J A Rooney) 6g By Spinning
World (US) - Ournie (27:2-3-2): Hampered early
stages when 2М len 2nd of 11 (7) $6.50 52.5 Moving
On Up 900m Albury (Bm58) Firm(2) Dec 8. Gave
good account when nk 2nd of 11 (1) $4.20 50.5 Benno?s Boy 900m Albury (Bm58) Soft(6) Dec 15. Kept
on determinedly to fill the minors here last time out.
Has a light weight. On pacer. Can?t be taken lightly.
11. ANACOTT STEEL (R T Dale) 7m By Tavistock
(NZ) - Penny Bright (NZ) (44:2-7-2): Sound when 2
len 7th of 11 (2) $151.00 54.0 Benno?s Boy 900m Albury (Bm58) Soft(6) Dec 15. Hampered early stages,
wide throughout when 9 len 12th of 14 (14) $101.00
54.0 Rock ?n? Roller 1200m Wagga Hcp (C2) Good(3)
Dec 24. Not fancied.
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RACE 6 Fiona Landy
ЛRail: Out 3m from the 1100m to the
400m, then true for the remainder.
ЛTrack: Good (4)
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1175m 5.16
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FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
JOCKEY
1 59950 IRON STRIDE
7 G Dimitropoulos
M Travers
2
0 KUBANK
8 C Heywood
R Bensley
3 55s46 TYCOON DREAMING h 6 K A Davison
B Vale
4 39s56 WELLETSDOIT
4 T P Donnelly
M A Cahill
5 40s92 TWO WRONGS DONT ? 2 T G Sutherland
N Souquet
6 s6665 CLASSICAL LADY
1 G Brunsdon
Ms A Bryan (a2)
7 0678 GIRL WITH NO NAME
3 Ms W Church
Ms A Masters
8 05s68 TIME FOR TIFFANY
5 Erin Maher
Ms B Sweeney
9
5 HETAERA ?
9 D & B Hayes & T Dabernig B Mc Dougall (a)
10
9 SHOPPING PARADISE ? 10 D & B Hayes & T Dabernig J Duffy
TYCOON DREAMING 1, Welletsdoit 2, Hetaera 3, Two Wrongs Dont 4.
WGT
59
59
59
59
57.5
57
57
57
55.5
55.5
$15.00
51.00
*2.70
3.70
5.50
31.00
51.00
101.00
4.50
9.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 3. Tycoon Dreaming hampered near 1200m WAG Dec 24. 4. Welletsdoit
checked near 400m, vetted - no abnormalities WAG Dec 11. 6. Classical Lady overraced early, middle stages TAT Dec 9. 8. Time For Tiffany shifted in at start NHI Dec 26. 9. Hetaera wide throughout
BEN Dec 22. 10. Shopping Paradise vetted - no abnormalities BEN Dec 22.
RACE 2 Buller Wine Handicap
1175m 2.41
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FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
1 4s937 LOGAN RIVER h ?
8 Mitchell Beer
2
2 HEART ZONE
2 V T Nolen
3
HELLEBORUS
10 C D Widdison
4
2 JUNGLE BOOK ?
12 T G Sutherland
5
JOYFULL PRINCE
5 P A Sweeney
6
LORD WIMBORNE h
4 Mitchell Beer
7
MURASAP
9 P F Maher
8 546s QUIET LUCKY
13 Ms W Church
9 8s30 ROYAL OPERA
7 C D Widdison
10 435s WAHINI MISS h
11 Mitchell Beer
11
70s MILLINGTON
1 V T Nolen
12
77stSPINHER h ?
6 R T Stubbs
Emergencies: (in order)
13 s4736 PSITTACINE
14 T G Sutherland
14 20520 BELLA SHADOW
3 R T Dale
JUNGLE BOOK 1, Heart Zone 2, Logan River 3, Joyfull Prince 4.
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 4 DLG Aluminium & Glazing
1400m 3.56
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FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
JOCKEY
1 17s67 BLUE VALOUR w
1 A Fitzgerald
P Scorse (a1.5)
2 67s61sHAIL THE HERO cdwh
10 Ms D Scott
B Mc Dougall (a)
3 399s1sWAITING FOR A MATE twh 8 N E Loy
M A Cahill
4 27722 LAWTON JOSEPH cdwh 7 Andrew Dale
J Duffy
5 39s83sCHOREOGRAPH
9 P McVicar
R Cuneen
6 7s778 FLIRTATIOUS FEMME w 5 D S Archard
B Ward
7 31652 EXTRA COOL dwb
2 T G Sutherland
B Vale
8 47678sCASINO STAR twh
3 K F Hanley
B Murphy
9 84946 HARGY twh
4 J H Taylor
Ms A Masters
10 7s964 WESTERN WOW d
6 Ms E Haworth
Ms S Metcalfe (a1.5)
WAITING FOR A MATE 1, Hail The Hero 2, Lawton Joseph 3, Choreograph 4.
WGT
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58.5
57.5
56
55
54
54
54
54
54
7.00
4.00
*3.20
5.00
5.00
17.00
13.00
41.00
31.00
9.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Blue Valour hampered early stages ALR Dec 15. 2. Hail The Hero hampered near 200m ALR Dec 15. 6. Flirtatious Femme jumped awkwardly ECH Dec 31. 8. Casino Star
hampered near 800m COR Dec 30. 9. Hargy overraced early, middle stages ALR Dec 15. 10. Western
Wow slowly away, checked at start WAG Dec 24.
JOCKEY
S Miller
J Duffy
P Scorse (a1.5)
B Mc Dougall (a)
Ms B Sweeney
B Ward
N Souquet
M Travers
Ms S Metcalfe (a1.5)
S Mc Cullum
SCRATCHED
Ms A Masters
WGT
59
58
58
57.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
55
55
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
B Vale
B Murphy
54.5
54
17.00
51.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Logan River jumped awkwardly, vetted - no abnormalities SLS Nov 21.
4. Jungle Book slowly away WAG Dec 24. 9. Royal Opera blundered at start, struck interference
at start SEY Dec 20.
RACE 5 Arc Summer Handicap
1600m 4.36
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FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
1 96012 CLASS CLOWN dw
2 C Heywood
2 05s05 PITTSBURGH cw
7 D J McCarthy
3 07955 ARAGONESE dh
4 Mitchell Beer
4 35s49 TUDOR RULE dw
1 G M Duryea
5 50s47 SUPPLY MONEY cdwh
5 Ms D Scott
6 11446sFOOTMARK tcdwh
6 Jodie Bohr
7 0s080 IF YOU WILL cd
3 Russell Osborne
FOOTMARK 1, Class Clown 2, Pittsburgh 3, Tudor Rule 4.
JOCKEY
R Bensley
B Mc Dougall (a)
B Ward
J Duffy
Ms S Metcalfe (a1.5)
S Miller
M Travers
WGT
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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
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Pittsburgh slowly away, checked near 1000m WAG Dec 24. 3. Aragonese slowly away GOU Dec 20. 6. Footmark vetted - no abnormalities WAF Dec 22. 7. If You Will
slowly away BEN Dec 22.
NOTE: Footmark (6) stewards have permitted Simon Miller to ride the gelding 0.5kg over its
declared weight of 54kg.
RACE 3 Conway Printing
1175m 3.16
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FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
1 04312 TRIPLE SHOT db
4 V T Nolen
2 62111 BENNO?S BOY tdw
8 T G Sutherland
3 0s532 LAST REQUEST
5 K Hann
4 04022 BUTLER BUTLER twh
10 N E Loy
5 54605 LORD LAURIE c
11 C D Widdison
6 4219 OCEAN HERO cw
1 D J McCarthy
7 25s17 BANGER ?
9 C D Widdison
8 26473 PACIFIC TYCOON cwh
3 Jodie Bohr
9 00574 WESSELS h
2 Martin Stein
10 27262 ROCKY HIGH twh
6 K A Davison
11 65308 COBRA KAI cdh
7 K F Hanley
TRIPLE SHOT 1, Butler Butler 2, Last Request 3, Benno?s Boy 4.
ALBURY
COMMENT
JOCKEY
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)
WGT
63
60.5
60.5
60
60
59.5
59
59
57
56
54
RACE 1
*2.80
9.00
5.50
4.00
15.00
17.00
21.00
13.00
31.00
9.00
26.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 5. Lord Laurie hampered early stages ALR Dec 8. 7. Banger blocked for run
near 400m ALR Dec 15.
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 2100m. STRAIGHT: 400m. DIRECTION: Clockwise.
LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): B Mc Dougall (12 wins past 12 mths). LEADING
TRAINER (with runners): Mitchell Beer (6 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD
(past 3 yrs): 32.80% Win 30.40% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1200m
(7)-11wins. TRAINER CHANGES: R2 (11) was trained by Ms A Johnston now V
T Nolen. R2 (1) was trained by Tony McEvoy now Mitchell Beer. R2 (10) was
trained by M G Price now Mitchell Beer. R2 (13) was trained by J C Coyle now
T G Sutherland. R3 (9) was trained by Daniel Bowman now Martin Stein. R6
(6) was trained by D K Weir now Martin Stein.
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
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
WGT
60.5
59.5
58.5
58.5
58
58
57.5
57
57
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
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Jounama overraced early, middle stages WAG Dec 24. 3. Madam Palmer
slowly away ALR Dec 15. 5. La Dalliance hampered early stages, wide throughout WAG Dec 24.
6. Zoey Lass wide throughout STW Oct 22. 8. Diva Doc laid in in straight ALR Dec 8. 9. Tearful Kitty
blocked for run near 400m COR Dec 30.
RACE 7 Barlens Handicap
900m 5.51
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.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
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11.
6.
FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
1 67s16 SQUAW VALLEY cwhn
2 N E Loy
2 8460s BEAUTIFUL BEE
3 Russell Osborne
3
1sMAGNAVALE w
10 C D Widdison
4 23164 DIAMONDS FOR ALICE b 11 P S Clancy
5 s9497 MARIA ELISA cw
4 Rhys Archard
6 47040 RUBINIC w
8 C J Davis
7 4s160sTOFFEY MISS ch
5 K A Davison
8 32365sENCONTI w
6 P McVicar
9 78924 GENTLEMAN CHARLIE td 9 P A Sweeney
10 s2122 MURRAWEE
7 J A Rooney
11 05470 ANACOTT STEEL n
1 R T Dale
BEAUTIFUL BEE 1, Squaw Valley 2, Magnavale 3, Murrawee 4.
JOCKEY
B Mc Dougall (a)
J Duffy
WGT
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
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Squaw Valley jumped awkwardly, respiratory issues SHS Dec 5. 3. Magnavale rider lost whip TAT Dec 9. 5. Maria Elisa slowly away ECH Dec 31. 6. Rubinic weakened
noticeably, Tied up BEN Dec 22. 7. Toffey Miss weakened noticeably ALR Dec 15. 8. Enconti wide
throughout ALR Dec 15. 11. Anacott Steel hampered early stages, wide throughout WAG Dec 24.
NOTE: Maria Elisa (5) stewards have permitted Brooke Sweeney to ride the mare 0.5kg over its
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6.
11.
JOCKEY
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
Open. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
NOTE: Murasap (7) stewards have permitted Nick Souquet to ride the gelding 1kg over its
declared weight of 56.5kg.
FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
1 378s8 CHANCEOFALIFETIME dw 6 E W Nichols
2 6s533 JOUNAMA w
8 K P Weir
3 213s0 MADAM PALMER tw
12 D J O?Prey
4 49s89 MISS FARLOO d
7 R W Steiner
5 0s225 LA DALLIANCE dh
3 Ms D Wise
6 90550 ZOEY LASS hn
4 Martin Stein
7
31s NEWS GIRL c
1 G M Duryea
8 34s41 DIVA DOC th
2 J D Whitelaw
9 44364 TEARFUL KITTY dw
5 T G Sutherland
10 9449s ARIEL MISS d
9 Ms W Church
11 70s38 TINYBELLA h
11 N E Loy
12 s4550 I?M A PRIMA DONNA w 10 P A Sweeney
NEWS GIRL 1, La Dalliance 2, Jounama 3, Chanceofalifetime 4.
2.06
(1600m)
1. IRON STRIDE (G Dimitropoulos) 4g By Strada - Iron
Maid (10:0-0-2): Battled away for 3М len 5th of 13
(13) $101.00 53.5 Miss Crompton 1200m Wagga Mdn
Good(3) Dec 11. Took up a handy position in 7М len
10th of 14 (3) $31.00 57.5 Bianbarnie 1400m Wagga
Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec 24. On pace but weakened
right out of it at Wagga at latest. Place appeal only.
2. KUBANK (C Heywood) 5g By Nothin? Leica Dane
- The Emmys (1:0-0-0): Safely held in 7О len 12th of
14 (14) $61.00 59.0 Bianbarnie 1400m Wagga Mdn
Plate Good(3) Dec 24. Didn?t show much fight at
debut. Faces a task.
3. TYCOON DREAMING (K A Davison) 5g By Written Tycoon - Cosima?s Dream (17:0-3-2): Settled
midfield when first-up 2М len 4th of 11 (3) $26.00
59.0 Ocean Hero 1175m Albury Mdn Soft(6) Dec 15.
Hampered near 1200m when 3Н len 6th of 14 (9)
$10.00 59.0 Bianbarnie 1400m Wagga Mdn Plate
Good(3) Dec 24. Far from disgraced at Wagga last
start. Fitter for two runs back. Rates highly.
4. WELLETSDOIT (T P Donnelly) 6g By King?s Best
(US) - Winner?s Call (GB) (10:0-0-2): Checked early
stages, checked near 200m, hampered concluding
stages when 5Н len 5th of 12 (9) $21.00 59.0 Monterey Zar 1200m Wagga Mdn Good(3) Dec 1. Checked
near 400m, vetted - no abnormalities when 6 len
6th of 13 (9) $4.60 59.0 Fox Beat 1400m Wagga Mdn
Plate Good(3) Dec 11. Freshened. Went to line only
fairly in same company at Wagga last outing. Drawn
well. Right in this.
5. TWO WRONGS DONT (T G Sutherland) 3g By
Shrapnel - Riverbend Star (6:0-1-0): Resumed with
5О len 9th of 11 (5) $9.50 56.5 Diva Doc 1000m
Albury Mdn Good(3) Dec 8. Settled handy when
2М len 2nd of 9 (1) $11.00 57.5 The Raven 1200m
Corowa Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec 30. Kept working
to line at Corowa last time out. Fitter third-up. Good
draw. Can?t be taken lightly.
6. CLASSICAL LADY (G Brunsdon) 6m By Wanted Dressed (NZ) (9:0-0-0): No match when 8О len last
of 6 (1) $21.00 65.0 Drexler 2000m Balnarring Mdn
Plate Good(4) Dec 1. Overraced early, middle stages
when 7М len 5th of 8 (3) $51.00 53.5 Dilochta 1450m
Tatura 3yo+ Mdn Soft(5) Dec 9. Freshened. Went to
line evenly at Tatura at latest. Not fancied.
7. GIRL WITH NO NAME (Ms W Church) 5m By
Daliapour (IR) - Fantastic Beauty (4:0-0-0): Well
beaten 10О len last of 7 (6) $26.00 57.0 Veedouble
1600m Corowa Mdn Good(3) Nov 5. Took up a midfield position when 9О len 8th of 13 (11) $151.00 55.0
Heyington Place 1500m Albury Mdn Soft(6) Dec 15.
Not keen.
8. TIME FOR TIFFANY (Erin Maher) 4m By Von
Costa De Hero - Silesia (6:0-0-0): First-up finished
7О len 6th of 8 (6) $101.00 56.5 Bel Robbie 1100m
Ararat 3yo+ F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec 11. Shifted in at
start when 14М len last of 8 (1) $31.00 56.5 Another
Kerrie 1150m Nhill 3yo+ Mdn Good(3) Dec 26. Was
safely held at Nhill last start. Looking elsewhere.
9. HETAERA (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 3f By Redoute?s Choice - Charmview (1:0-0-0): Wide throughout when len 5th of 11 (9) $6.00 56.5 Rhythmic
Queen 1606m Benalla 3yo+ F&M Mdn Good(3) Dec
22. Solid debut performance and sure to improve
into this. Must be considered.
10. SHOPPING PARADISE (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 3f By High Chaparral (IR) - Money Tree (1:0-00): Vetted - no abnormalities when 5М len 9th of 11
(6) $3.80 55.0 Duke Of Castille 1406m Benalla 3yo+
Mdn Good(3) Dec 22. Average effort this grade at
Benalla debut. Each-way chance.
RACE 2
2.41
(1175m)
1. LOGAN RIVER (Mitchell Beer) 3g By Snitzel - Regrowth (6:0-0-2): Shifted out near 1000m, blocked
for a run near 400m, over-raced near 400m when
2О len, sht hd 3rd of 12 (3) $2.45F 57.5 Behemoth,
Rizski 1050m M?ville 3yo #&G Mdn Soft(5) Nov 6.
Jumped awkwardly, vetted - no abnormalities when
8Н len 7th of 9 (4) $4.20 57.0 Declares War 1400m
Sandown-Lakeside 3yo+ Mdn Soft(6) Nov 21. Returning from let-up. Formerly with Tony McEvoy.
Worth some thought.
2. HEART ZONE (V T Nolen) 3g By Eurozone - Take
Heart (1:0-1-0): Found the line intently for debut sht
hd 2nd of 13 (3) $61.00 58.0 Celestial King 1200m
Seymour 3yo Mdn Good(4) Dec 20. In the mix first
start and will be better for the experience. Nice gate.
Easier task here. Major player.
3. HELLEBORUS (C D Widdison) 4g By Via Corone
- Imperatrice (NZ) (0:0-0-0): First start. Prepared
for debut with 19О len last Jungle Book 1000m
Wagga Riverside barrier trial Good(3) Dec 12. Trials:
(1:0-0-0). Unplaced in only trial. Use betting as a
further guide.
4. JUNGLE BOOK (T G Sutherland) 3g By Animal
Kingdom (US) - Pyrography (1:0-1-0): Slowly away
when 2О len 2nd of 12 (5) $9.50 52.5 Acton Shale
1000m Wagga Mdn Hcp Good(3) Dec 24. More
experienced following debut. One of the major
players.
5. JOYFULL PRINCE (P A Sweeney) 3g By Mulaazem - Masarrah (0:0-0-0): First start. Makes
debut here after 3О len, 4Н len 3rd Rose Of Capri,
Delago At Ease 900m Corowa barrier trial Good(3)
Dec 30. Trials: (2:0-0-1). Trialled fairly. Bears close
watching.
6. LORD WIMBORNE (Mitchell Beer) 3g By Canford Cliffs (IR) - Trilingual (0:0-0-0): First start.
Readied for debut with 6Н len 4th Jungle Book
1000m Wagga Riverside barrier trial Good(3) Dec
12. Trials: (1:0-0-0). Out of the placings in only trial.
Educated here. Market holds the key.
7. MURASAP (P F Maher) 3g By Skilled - Chocolate
Muffin (0:0-0-0): First start. Kicks off here after 7О
len 4th The Chaplain 1000m Wagga Riverside barrier trial Good(3) Dec 12. Trials: (1:0-0-0). Unplaced
in only trial. Use betting as a further guide.
8. QUIET LUCKY (Ms W Church) 4g By Rockaroundtheclock - Wildcat Strike (3:0-0-0): Shifted
out in straight, rider charged with careless riding
when Н len 4th of 13 (1) $18.00 57.0 Real Key 1200m
Wagga 3yo Mdn Soft(7) July 9. Overraced middle
stages when 8О len 6th of 12 (2) $15.00 58.5 Summerfest 1400m Wangaratta 3yo+ Mdn Heavy(9)
Aug 4. First-up. Keep safe.
declared weight of 55kg, if required. Murrawee (10) stewards have permitted Simon Miller to ride
the gelding 0.5kg over its declared weight of 54kg.
9. ROYAL OPERA (C D Widdison) 4m By Choisir Lady Antoinette (3:0-0-1): Overraced early stages
when 1М len, Н nk 3rd of 9 (4) $81.00 58.0 Peko,
Stratisfree 1100m Seymour 3yo+ F&M Mdn Good(4)
Nov 26. Blundered at start, struck interference at
start when 6О len 11th of 13 (9) $16.00 58.0 Joan?s
A Jett 1100m Seymour 3yo+ F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec
20. Just battled home in same class at Seymour last
time out. Drops in grade and gets the chance to be
more competitive. Can figure.
10. WAHINI MISS (Mitchell Beer) 4m By Ocean
Park (NZ) - Dosh (NZ) (3:0-0-1): Laid in in straight,
rider dropped rein when 5 len, 1Н len 3rd of 11 (2)
$5.00 56.5 Jenkins, Balon De Oro 1590m Wodonga
2yo+ Mdn Heavy(10) June 16. Balanced up midfield
when 5 len 5th of 11 (3) $7.50 56.5 Northset 1900m
Geelong Synthetic 2yo+ Mdn Synthetic July 13. Fitter
for 9М len 5th Redwood City 1000m Wagga Riverside barrier trial Good(3) Dec 12. Resuming. Previously trained by M G Price. Easier here and open to
improvement. Not the roughest.
11. MILLINGTON: SCRATCHED
12. SPINHER (R T Stubbs) 3f By Casino Prince - Very
Bright (2:0-0-0): Hung out near turn, hampered
near 400m when 5О len 7th of 11 (6) $31.00 56.0
Mookareena 1000m Wagga 2yo Hcp Good(3)
April 2. Checked near 400m when 7М len 7th of 11
(9) $41.00 55.0 Algaffaal 1200m Wagga 2yo Hcp
Good(3) April 15. Had the benefit of Н len 2nd
Redwood City 1000m Wagga Riverside barrier trial
Good(3) Dec 12. First-up. Outside chance for multiples.
13. PSITTACINE (T G Sutherland) 4g By Nicconi Beauty Kit (6:0-0-1): Eased near 1000m when 2Н
len, 1М len 3rd of 7 (2) $14.00 54.0 Ladies? Gem, Hotel Amour 1350m Wyong Mdn Hcp Soft(6) Nov 29.
Didn?t offer much when 8О len 6th of 7 (1) $21.00
59.0 Devil?s Luck 1600m Wyong Mdn Good(4) Dec
12. Freshened. Formerly with J C Coyle. Showed
pace but gave in easily at Wyong at latest. Drawn off
the track. Only a place chance.
14. BELLA SHADOW (R T Dale) 5m By Host (CH)
- Theresnothinglycra (21:0-3-2): Tried hard but
no match for winner 5Н len 2nd of 4 (3) $4.60
57.0 Causing Chaos 1200m Moulamein Mdn Plate
Good(3) Dec 8. Failed to fire 13М len 10th of 13 (3)
$101.00 55.0 Heyington Place 1500m Albury Mdn
Soft(6) Dec 15. Only battled to wire here last start.
Long time in the maiden ranks and hard to see that
changing here. Hard to recommend.
RACE 3
3.16
(1175m)
1. TRIPLE SHOT (V T Nolen) 5g By Bushranger (IR)
- Show Princess (16:3-7-1): Knuckled down well to
score 3О len win of 7 (2) $4.80 60.5 Sleek Acheeva,
Buddy For Nothing 1100m Kyneton (Bm58) Good(3)
Dec 6. Gave all for Н hd 2nd of 11 (4) $3.80F 59.5
Wallace Street 1100m Seymour (Bm64) Good(4)
Dec 20. Honest customer. On pace and fought on
bravely to place at Seymour last outing. Meeting
easier opposition here. Well placed from the perfect
draw. Take beating.
2. BENNO?S BOY (T G Sutherland) 7g By Dane
Shadow - Explicit Vixen (125:15-19-15): Claimed dh
win of 10 (7) $4.20 57.5 Patrika Belle, Dane Slugger
1000m Tumut (Bm50) Good(3) Dec 26. Posted sht
Н hd win of 9 (7) $3.20F 62.5 Young Jackson, Bad
Obsession 1000m Gundagai (Bm50) Good(3) Jan 1.
Shooting for 4 wins in a row. Gritty on-pace victory
at Gundagai last time out. Each-way chance.
3. LAST REQUEST (K Hann) 5g By Bel Esprit - Majestic Wish (10:1-1-1): Jumped awkwardly, blocked
for a run near turn when 1О len, 2 len 3rd of 9 (3)
$7.50 60.5 Wildwood Jade, Serious Moonlight
1000m Tatura (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 9. Showed pace
when О len 2nd of 11 (4) $5.50 60.5 Flying Frog
1106m Benalla 3yo+ E&G (Bm58) Good(3) Dec 22.
Finished solidly to place at Benalla at latest. Worth
including.
4. BUTLER BUTLER (N E Loy) 5g By Commands Late Watch (30:4-3-2): Honest when 3 len 2nd of
14 (14) $6.50 56.0 La Biere Choisie 1500m Albury
(Bm66) Soft(7) Nov 8. Tried hard when 1Н len 2nd
of 8 (4) $4.40 54.5 Noble Descent 1600m Wagga
(Bm66) Good(3) Nov 26. Freshened. On pace and
boxed on to fill the minors at Wagga last start. Down
in class. Rates highly.
5. LORD LAURIE (C D Widdison) 5g By Magnus Embers (29:3-3-5): Found rivals too strong 4Н len
10th of 11 (11) $9.00 56.0 Bank Of Erin 1180m Gundagai Hcp (C3) Good(3) Nov 16. Hampered early
stages when 3 len 5th of 11 (10) $7.50 60.5 Moving
On Up 900m Albury (Bm58) Firm(2) Dec 8. Freshened. Wasn?t all that far away here last outing. Loves
this track/distance. Tough alley. Place makes best
appeal.
6. OCEAN HERO (D J McCarthy) 4g By Von Costa
De Hero - Ocean Mist (4:1-1-0): Hampered early
stages when О len win of 11 (11) $5.50 59.0 Fusca,
Starskin 1175m Albury Mdn Soft(6) Dec 15. Positioned midfield when 4Н len 9th of 14 (8) $8.50
59.5 Hurry Up Harry 1400m Wagga (Bm58) Good(3)
Dec 24. Coming off a modest run in same company
at Wagga last time out. Could sneak a place at odds.
7. BANGER (C D Widdison) 3g By Shrapnel - Beautiful Sound (5:1-1-0): Came from second half of field
for first-up О len win of 12 (6) $5.00 57.0 Ocean
Hero, Magic Merv 1100m Wodonga 3yo+ Mdn
Good(4) Nov 30. Blocked for a run near 400m when
3О len 7th of 13 (3) $14.00 57.0 Waiting For A Mate
1175m Albury Hcp (C1) Soft(6) Dec 15. Needs luck
from out there. Prefer others.
8. PACIFIC TYCOON (Jodie Bohr) 6g By Written
Tycoon - Mururoa (32:3-4-7): Hampered at start
when 3М len 7th of 11 (7) $12.00 52.5 Bank Of Erin
1180m Gundagai Hcp (C3) Good(3) Nov 16. Settled
midfield when 3 len, lg nk 3rd of 10 (3) $6.50 55.0
Mount Horeb, Kappy Cino 1175m Albury (Bm66)
Soft(6) Dec 15. Ran home well to fill the minors here
last start. Has had success around this circuit. Rough
chance for minors.
9. WESSELS (Martin Stein) 5g By Turffontein - Night
Sky Dancer (22:1-3-2): Beaten but not disgraced
when 3Н len 7th of 13 (7) $18.00 57.5 Celestial
Story 1600m Stawell (Bm58) Good(3) Oct 22. Sound
when 4 len 4th of 5 (1) $5.50 55.0 Goldie?s Fortune
1700m Warrnambool (Bm64) Good(4) Nov 8. Back
from a let-up. Previously trained by Daniel Bowman.
Doesn?t look likely.
Continued page 48
50 RACING
AWAPUNI (NZ) RACES today
? ON SKY RACING 1
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
TRACK: Dead (5) RAIL: Out 5m
RACE 1
RACE 5 Central ITM
Bell Booth/Plasma Biotech 1550m 10.15
1 0625 PIECE OF KATE 8
R S Rusof
59 *$3.20
2 1051 BRING TO THE BLOCK tw 7 L T Hemi
58.5 7.00
3 7421 KING?S CROSS w 3
J L Waddell
58
5.00
4 2457 THE BANDITO 5
S T Collett
56.5 16.00
5 1234 FATHER LENIHAN twh 6 R J Hannam
56
6.00
6 s107 POLZEATH 2
L G Innes
56
9.00
7 8s52 VIKTOR VEGAS w 4
L J Allpress
56 14.00
8 0213 ARIDITY c 1
D G Bradley
54
7.50
FATHER LENIHAN 1, King?s Cross 2, Piece Of Kate 3, Aridity 4.
Vetmed
1400m 10.50
$25,000. 3yo SW+P. Apprentices can claim.
1 5713 SIR NATE wh 5
J K Riddell
2
1 BALIOS 2
J L Waddell
3 1367 EMILY MARGARET w 1 S T Collett
4
11 MISS LABASA d 3
J Parkes
5 s541 DAUPHINE twh 6
R J Hannam
6 31s7 MISS VALENCIA 4
L J Allpress
7
18 PETRABELLA d 7
L G Innes
MISS LABASA 1, Sir Nate 2, Petrabella 3, Emily Margaret 4.
RACE 3
60.5
57.5
56.5
56.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
*2.20
9.00
9.00
2.80
16.00
21.00
16.00
NZ Real Estate Handicap 1400m 11.25
$40,000. Open. Apprentices can claim.
60
4.80
59 *2.20
57.5 9.00
53.5 3.80
53 12.00
53 12.00
RACE 4 Congratulations Evan Dix 1400m 12.00
$25,000. Benchmark 72. Apprentices can claim.
1 4211 MISS CONTESSA tch 2
M Singh (a2)
59
2 1595 THE RIPPA tdwh 7
J K Riddell
59
3 1082 GET SCHROEDER cw 12 C W Johnson
58.5
4 3831 GOBUYIT tdw 10
J J Fawcett (a2)
58
5 6135 SHE?S NOT BAD db 5
R S Rusof
57
6 211 SINARAHMA 8
J Parkes
57
7 3002 IFFINDOUBT d 9
L G Innes
57
8 9232 VINCENT 1
57
9 7L20 AKOYA PEARL dw 3
56
10 0721 HOT FUSS dw 4
S T Collett
56
11 0s05 MCPHOEBE 11
S M Mc Kay
56
12 5167 ROCKONEVE d 6
L J Allpress
55.5
SINARAHMA 1, Miss Contessa 2, She?s Not Bad 3, Gobuyit 4.
5.00
14.00
12.00
18.00
5.50
*2.80
21.00
26.00
41.00
41.00
26.00
13.00
DISCLAIMER The Daily Telegraph takes all care in compiling TAB details but cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Readers are urged
to check TAB information with official lists before placing their bets.
RACE 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.
56.5 *$2.50
56.5 3.60
56.5 5.00
54.5 3.30
54.5 26.00
RACE 2 Barossa Wine @ Races 12/1 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, Yankee Eyes 2, Arctic Blaze 3, Quivers 4.
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
9.00
9.00
5.50
7.50
9.00
8.00
*3.20
18.00
21.00
61.00
RACE 6 Spreading Rural Bulk 2100m 1.12 DD1 Q2
$25,000. Benchmark 72. Apprentices can claim.
1 5212 LINCOLN STAR tbh 9
R J Hannam
2 4016 RED CLOUD cw 3
J Parkes
3 6717 KAMANDA LINCOLN wh 1 S T Collett
4 s051 SHARED SECRETS cdh 8 L G Innes
5 1638 ABACUS 2
S M Mc Kay
6 4725 JESSIEGEE wh 6
J L Waddell
7 9s32 LADY PAINTON w 5
R S Rusof
8 4504 LEADING ROLE twh 11
J K Riddell
9 9516 NITRO TED dw 7
Ms B Grylls
10 8341 REAL BEACH c 4
D L Turner
11 9631 OFF WITH HER HEAD c 10 Z W Moki (a2)
12 0042 ALL IN STITCHES 12
L J Allpress
SHARED SECRETS 1, Lincoln Star 2, Kamanda Lincoln 3,
Off With Her Head 4.
RACE 7 Gallagher Marton Cup
59
59
58.5
58
58
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
56
55.5
55.5
5.50
6.50
18.00
*4.20
7.50
21.00
21.00
17.00
41.00
9.00
9.00
26.00
2200m 1.47 Q3
1 4679 MAYGROVE tw 5
J K Riddell
2 33s2 ALINKO PRINCE dw 2
C W Johnson
3 4834 SAMPSON tdw 1
J Parkes
4 0666 JACKSSTAR twh 10
L G Innes
5 2642 BALHAM dw 4
Ms B Grylls
6 9721 DUPLICITY th 7
R T Elliot (a)
7 9590 CHINA STAR twh 3
R J Hannam
8 5230 PETITE EN JEU tw 9
L T Hemi
9 7140 PORCELAIN PRINCESS tdw 8 M Singh (a)
10 1364 MENTAL TELEPATHY wb 6 L J Allpress
JACKSSTAR 1, Duplicity 2, Balham 3, Alinko Prince 4.
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
SAVATAG 1, Hussybay 2, Royal Rumble 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)
CHAROSSA 1, Canford 2, Table Of Wisdom 3, Willochra 4.
RACE 5 Terrace Function Ctr
60
57
56
55
54.5
54.5
53
53
53
53
6.50
5.50
9.00
26.00
14.00
7.50
31.00
16.00
7.50
*3.50
59
58.5
57
56.5
55.5
55
54
54
54
*2.20
7.50
3.20
10.00
?
14.00
7.50
23.00
19.00
1100m 5.31 Q1
$30,000. 3yo Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
9 BROTHERHOOD OF MAN 5 SCRATCHED
7222 COUNTER DRIVE 4
SCRATCHED
63s5 EXALTED TRAIL 3
J Potter
8 RAISE A SHOW 1
J Toeroek
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, Charmist 2, Now And Forever 3, Exalted Trail 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
?
?
9.50
61.00
5.50
9.00
61.00
19.00
6.00
26.00
?
*1.70
57.5 61.00
RUAKAKA (NZ) RACES today
1 Benchmark 72
16.00
6.00
18.00
12.00
6.00
16.00
16.00
26.00
*4.20
11.00
61.00
41.00
8.00
61.00
Tips by Lincoln Moore
TAB CODE: AR
? ON SKY RACING 1
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: True
RACE 6 Ausbia Electrical
1100m 6.10 DD1 Q2
$45,000. Benchmark 75. Apprentices can claim.
1 s669 AADELAD w 6
Ms R Clark (a1.5)
59 15.00
2 109s BALWARRA GOLD cwh 3 Ms K Crowther (a3) 59
6.00
3 s221 OVER AND ABOVE t 2
C Caserta (a2)
59 *3.20
4 3421 STREET LIFE 8
T Pannell
59
8.00
5 9s11 ALASKAN JADE cdwh 5 J Holder
57.5 8.00
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 18.00
9 s214 KABINI 9
J Toeroek
56
4.60
KABINI 1, Over And Above 2, Alaskan Jade 3, Domination 4.
RACE 7 Sanders Fodder
2100m 6.45
Q3
1 4755 SOARING HIGH tcw 12
Ms R Clark (a1.5)
60 15.00
58.5 13.00
2 4434 EXALTED CRAFTSMAN cw 8 S Cahill
3 1213 BRONSKI wb 11
SCRATCHED
57.5
?
5.00
4 6214 DOUBLE YOU TEE dwn 10 Ms K Crowther (a3) 57
5 3233 EL DESPERADO t 6
J Toeroek
56.5 5.00
6 s361 GOOD IDEA dw 13
D Caboche (a2)
56 *3.50
7 3123 BUSKER?S BALLAD wb 5 Ms J Kah
54.5 6.50
8 1612 SET TO CRUISE tw 7
T Pannell
54.5 5.50
54 34.00
9 7315 HENRY THE DOLPHIN w 3 S Fawke
10 8763 MARMAN n 9
C Caserta (a2)
54 61.00
11 4652 EPERDUMENT 4
J Potter
54 13.00
12 9313 ALL WELL wb 1
SCRATCHED
54
?
13 2317 LAST ONE NAMED w 2 A K Chan (a2)
54 61.00
DOUBLE YOU TEE 1, Eperdument 2, El Desperado 3, Set To Cruise 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
?
11 27s1 ENOUGH SWAGGER cw 5 Ms J Kah
54 *2.80
12 4255 GOUGERS dw 4
Ms A Jordsjo (a2) 54 23.00
ENOUGH SWAGGER 1, Zagato Star 2, Two Odd Sox 3, Triple Deez 4.
1400m 10.32
1 7s2 MALTESE RUBY 5
M Cameron
59
2 67s CREATIVE GENIUS 2 M J Mc Nab
59
3 00s NARVICK 7
T N Harris
58.5
4 195 MERCY HILL 1
K A Mc Culloch 57
5 403 HATTON GARDEN 6 C Dell
56
6 160 QUIZMASTER 3
C E Lammas
55.5
7 784 SPINDLE 4
S C Spratt
54
MALTESE RUBY 1, Mercy Hill 2, Quizmaster 3,
Hatton Garden 4.
2 Benchmark 65
1600m 11.10
1 s85 PIAZZETTA 6
M T Coleman 59.5
2 0s4 GINO SEVERINI 3
T Yanagida (a3) 59
3 408 TOLEMAC 4
58.5
4 640 TAVLIN 2
A C Goindasamy (a3) 56
5 073 TOITOI 7
C E Lammas
55.5
6 718 FRIDAY WOOLFE 1
M Cameron
55
7 765 O?PRINCESS 5
S C Spratt
54
TOLEMAC 1, Gino Severini 2, Toitoi 3,
Friday Woolfe 4.
3 3yo & up Maiden SW
1400m 11.45
1 244 RUNNING MAN 11
S C Spratt
58.5
2 024 BAHAMAS 10
K A Mc Culloch 58.5
3 746 NITRO 9
58.5
4
CHE GUEVARA 8
T N Harris
58.5
5 s00 BALEGA 2
T Yanagida (a3) 58.5
6
FOODIE KING 4
M J Mc Nab
57
7
HERE COMES FAFFY 7 SCRATCHED
?
8 352 BOOGIE EASY 3
55
9 s29 SELVAMANI 5
M T Coleman
55
10 983 VIOLA VEGA 1
M Cameron
55
11 4s3 VIVA LA BLUES 6
C E Lammas
55
VIVA LA BLUES 1, Boogie Easy 2, Selvamani 3,
Bahamas 4.
4 3yo & up Maiden SW
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.
6 3yo & up F&M Mdn 1200m 1.31 DD1 Q2
1 5s5 HVAR 9
K A Mc Culloch 58.5
2 0s6 HIGHLAND DANCER 2 T Yanagida (a3) 58.5
3 0s BREAKAWAY 11
E A Mc Call (a4) 58.5
4 374 CALL ME MURPHY 3 C E Lammas
57
5 0 RED DYNAMO 4
M Cameron
57
6 s9s AZUGO 8
M J Mc Nab
57
7 8 O?ROB 7
S C Spratt
57
8 006 SLICE OF MAGIC 6
C Dell
56.5
9 304 SCOMADI 10
55
10 8 BELLA GRACE 5
M T Coleman
55
11
CORNISH POINT 1
55
12 00 MOON SHADOW 12
A C Goindasamy (a3)55
CALL ME MURPHY 1, Scomadi 2, O?Rob 3,
Hvar 4.
Q1
374 CALL ME MURPHY 16
57.5
3s4 KEEP THE CASH 4
M Cameron
57.5
330 SENOR MOSS 9
A C Goindasamy (a3)57.5
4 NOBLE STRIDE 7
T N Harris
57.5
357 TOUCH THE CLOUDS 1 M T Coleman 57.5
FOODIE KING 8
SCRATCHED
?
559 ETCH 11
M J Mc Nab
57.5
67 BERNINI 15
S C Spratt
57.5
80 BRUNO MAGILE 12
K A Mc Culloch 57.5
ONLY THE BRAVE 14
57.5
352 BOOGIE EASY 2
C E Lammas
55.5
4s3 VIVA LA BLUES 10
55.5
007 COURT CHA 6
SCRATCHED
?
8s9 FORREST RED 5
SCRATCHED
?
EMERGENCIES
15
HERE COMES FAFFY 3 T Yanagida (a3) 57.5
16 8 BELLA GRACE 13
55.5
BOOGIE EASY 1, Viva La Blues 2,
Call Me Murphy 3, Keep The Cash 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 7 & 8
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 2, 3, 4, 5
QUADDIE RACES 6, 7, 8, 9
1 s42 LOWPROFILE 2
T Yanagida (a3)
2 s08 SAKHEE?S ROCKET 4 M J Mc Nab
3 224 MASSACHUSETTS 1 K A Mc Culloch
4 437 POWER OF STRENGTH 7 M Cameron
5 724 SHIPSHAPE 3
S C Spratt
6 s29 SELVAMANI 5
M T Coleman
7 0s8 COUNTERCLAIM 6
8 4 KINSHASA 8
SCRATCHED
9 0s SHE?LL DO 9
C E Lammas
POWER OF STRENGTH 1, Lowprofile 2,
Selvamani 3, Shipshape 4.
7 Benchmark 72
RACE 1
Crown Perth Plate
$70,000. 2yo. Apprentices can claim.
1
BUSY ONE h 8
C Johnston-Porter 57 $26.0
2
CRYSTAL SPRINGS 6
P Knuckey
55 13.00
3
DRINKWHATYOULIKE 1 Ms M Clark (a3)
55
7.00
4
22 MIA DOLCE h 3
C Parnham
55
2.90
5
2s MISS WEST COAST h 2 J Noske
55
*1.95
6
PICTURE SHOW 4
T Turner
55 13.00
7
POWDERBELLE h 5
D Staeck
55 26.00
8
WINGSONMYFEET h 7 S Parnham
55 23.00
MISS WEST COAST 1, Picture Show 2, Mia Dolce 3, Drinkwhatyoulike 4.
RACE 2 Tabtouch Better Your Bet 1600m 3.46 EQ1
$70,000. 3yo Benchmark 64+. Apprentices can claim.
RACE 3 Mumm Champagne
59.5
56
55
54
54
54
54
54
*1.75
4.40
4.00
19.00
34.00
18.00
71.00
16.00
1600m 4.26 EQ2
$70,000. 3yo & up Benchmark 70+. Apprentices can claim.
1 8091 DOUBLE DIGIT tcdw 4
A Kennedy
58
2 2323 MRS BROWN?S BOY cdw 7 G Smith
58
3 3424 REVEILLE tcd 1
D Lane
57
4 s112 ROYAL STATUE tb 3
W Pike
57
5 334s WITNESS IN COURT dw 8 J Turner
57
6 9363 NELSON?S FLIGHT tdw 5 Ms L Warwick
56.5
7 4217 RISING SEA th 2
J Noske
56
8 0s31 LET?S TWIST cw 9
J Azzopardi
55
9 0727 TYCOON TARGET d 10
D Staeck
55
10 0s76 WONORG tcd 6
M Autier
55
ROYAL STATUE 1, Reveille 2, Mrs Brown?s Boy 3, Let?s Twist 4.
RACE 4 Amelia Park
9.50
7.00
5.50
*2.40
26.00
4.80
17.00
18.00
19.00
41.00
2200m 5.06 EQ3
$70,000. 3yo & up Benchmark 66+. Apprentices can claim.
1 0615 JUICING CARROTS tw 4 C Staples
59 10.00
2 3614 BROTHER?S KEEPER tc 13 T Turner
58.5 6.00
3 1995 MY FAIR BEAUTY tcw 5 SCRATCHED
57
?
4 s302 MOSSERATTI tw 8
D Staeck
56
8.00
5 5514 WATCH ME NEY NEY 3 P Harvey
56 13.00
6 2734 MR ALBY tw 10
S O?Donnell
55.5 *2.70
7 1446 BURGER TIME w 14
J Noske
55 18.00
8 s654 SENTIMENTAL FRIEND tb 2 W Pike
55
3.10
9 6781 THISAWAY th 9
SCRATCHED
55
?
10 5336 BON SIGNORE c 6
S Parnham
54 81.00
11 s061 DRIVIN? ME WILD d 11
C Johnston-Porter 54 126.00
12 0s04 HAY MAGIC h 12
Ms K Witten (a2)
54 61.00
13 4322 MEKONG DEN bh 1
Ms J Noske
54 61.00
14 4955 UPWARD OTHERS th 7 J Azzopardi
54 71.00
SENTIMENTAL FRIEND 1, Watch Me Ney Ney 2, Mekong Den 3,
Brother?s Keeper 4.
RACE 5 Furphy Summer Scorcher 1000m 5.43 EQ4
$100,000. 3yo & up Quality Listed. Apprentices cannot claim.
1 31s0 REBEL KING tdw 2
M Pateman
2 3676 PROFIT STREET tdw 6 W Pike
3 15s3 GEE BOSS tcd 1
D Lane
4 7112 THE CELT tcd 4
R Tan
5 11s1 AMBIENTE cdw 5
Ms L Warwick
6 2294 IN LOVE WITH PARIS th 7 F W Kersley (a)
7 3212 MISTY METAL tdwbh 3 S Mc Gruddy
8 46s1 SNOW LORD tcd 8
C Parnham
AMBIENTE 1, Gee Boss 2, Misty Metal 3, The Celt 4.
Q3
1 8s3 JAKE THE MUSS 3
M Cameron
61
2 3s6 VICTORY DRIVE 1
60.5
3 107 FINAL SUGGESTION 6 C E Lammas
60
4 430 REPO SUN 2
M T Coleman
58
5 705 NEESON 7
M J Mc Nab
57.5
6 190 SINGLE MOMENT 8
T Yanagida (a3) 55
7 426 UABASSO 5
R L Smyth
54
8 652 ROCANIC 4
M Hashizume (a4) 54
REPO SUN 1, Jake The Muss 2, Uabasso 3,
Final Suggestion 4.
8 3yo & up Mdn SW 2100m 2.39 DD2 Q4
1 044 GRANT 5
T N Harris
58.5
2 954 MIDNIGHT DUKE 3
M J Mc Nab
58.5
3 267 SOLAR TIDE 12
C E Lammas 58.5
4 840 PIGGY MALONE 2
T Yanagida (a3) 58.5
5 0s6 DANGERMAN 1
S C Spratt
58.5
6 s9s OUR LEGACY 8
R L Smyth
58.5
7 604 CHARRED 10
C Dell
57
8 5 BOOM BOOM BASIL 7 A C Goindasamy (a3) 57
9 633 MI SKY 11
M Cameron
56.5
10 s09 MIDNIGHT COUNTESS 6 K A Mc Culloch 56.5
11 006 SLICE OF MAGIC 4
56.5
12 875 STAR KAREN 9
M T Coleman
55
MI SKY 1, Solar Tide 2, Grant 3, Star Karen 4.
Tips by Greg Spletter
TAB CODE: WR
RACE 6 Mrs Mac?s LA Trice Classic
1000m 3.08
1 2s11 ANGELIC RULER tw 3
Ms T Stone (a1.5)
2 27s5 ASSETRO t 4
W Pike
3 4112 ARCHANT c 8
D Lane
4 7s41 ACTION FIGURE h 6
C Parnham
5 3158 FLYING TARGET 7
Ms L Warwick
6 4365 GLOBAL RESET t 5
P Carbery
7
6 GOKU 2
J Azzopardi
8 1361 SLICED BREAD h 1
J Brown
ANGELIC RULER 1, Archant 2, Assetro 3, Global Reset 4.
2100m 2.04
57.5
57.5
56
56
56
56
56
?
56
? ON SKY RACING 1 &
SKY THOROUGHBRED CENTRAL (4-9)
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: Out 5m
59
57
54.5
54.5
54
54
54
54
14.00
6.00
4.20
5.50
*3.70
18.00
4.60
14.00
TRACK DATA
LEGEND
TRACK: Dead (4) RAIL: True
1600m 12.20
5 3yo Maiden SW 1400m 12.56
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: YH
ASCOT RACES twilight
RACE 8 Southern Rangitikei Vet. 1550m 2.22 DD2 Q4
1 s862 ABBEY ROAD h 10
Z W Moki (a2)
59
59
2 7512 ORIGINAL GANGSTER ch 4 L J Allpress
3 0s17 EFFERVESCENT w 14
R S Rusof
58.5
4 30s5 HOIST 2
S T Collett
58.5
5 183 SKARLOEY w 5
J Parkes
58.5
6 4417 IN SEGRETO 9
C W Johnson
58
58
7 s769 PLATINUM WILD CARD h 11 J K Riddell
8 5s08 WHATSUP w 12
S M Mc Kay
58
J L Waddell
57
9 1s63 PAINT THE TOWN 13
10 3201 DU?BLUES twh 7
R T Elliot (a1)
56.5
11 6800 ADONIS w 3
L T Hemi
56.5
56
12 4703 DANCE FOR MONEY wh 8 R J Hannam
13
18 PETRABELLA 6
L G Innes
55
55
14 5559 BELLA MARGARITA wh 1 J J Fawcett (a2)
SKARLOEY 1, Original Gangster 2, Hoist 3, Paint The Town 4.
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
? ON SKY RACING 1 (1-6) &
SKY RACING 2 (7-8)
$22,500. Benchmark 65. Apprentices can claim.
$35,000. Benchmark 70. Apprentices can claim.
$45,000. Benchmark 86. Apprentices can claim.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Q1
1 5s14 CASAQUINMAN cdw 4 D L Turner
61.5
2 1634 AWATANE d 7
S O?Malley (a4)
59
3 s00s SWEET LEADER d 1
J Bayliss
58
4 1111 BLONDLIGN cdw 3
J Parkes
56.5
5 1424 BEVAN STREET dw 9
J L Waddell
56
6 112s HANGER wb 2
L G Innes
55
7 160s PEACEFUL dw 5
R T Elliot (a1)
54
8 2633 MARS BARS tdw 6
S T Collett
54
9 s521 ALL IN MANA c 8
L J Allpress
54
10 9603 PADDY BOURKE dh 10 Timothy Johnson 54
SWEET LEADER 1, Mars Bars 2, Blondlign 3, Bevan Street 4.
GAWLER RACES twilight
RACE 4 Kingsford Hotel
1200m 12.35
$55,000. Listed. Apprentices cannot claim.
1 4825 HENI tdwh 5
D A Hirini (a2)
2 6330 DARSCAPE PRINCESS td 4 J Parkes
3 3004 UGO FOSCOLO dw 6
R S Rusof
4 23s3 KILLARNEY d 2
R T Elliot (a1)
5 s157 ROCK MY SOUL t 3
6 9232 VINCENT 1
M Singh (a2)
DARSCAPE PRINCESS 1, Killarney 2, Ugo Foscolo 3, Heni 4.
RACE 3 Coopers Handicap
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: YR
$30,000. Benchmark 82. Apprentices can claim.
$30,000. Benchmark 82. Apprentices can claim.
RACE 2
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CIRCUMFERENCE: 2022m. STRAIGHT: 294m. DIRECTION:
Anti-clockwise. LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): W Pike (74
wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER (with runners):
A G Durrant (38 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD (past
3 yrs): 32.51% Win 33.58% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3
yrs): 1400m (3)-38wins. TRAINER CHANGES: Nil.
1800m 6.18 Q1
$150,000. 3yo & up SW+P F&M Group 3. Apprentices cannot claim.
1 5214 CELEBRITY DREAM twb 2 W Pike
57.5 *2.10
2 s631 FONTAINEBLEAU tw 4 G Smith
57.5 3.70
3 3356 FIRST AFFAIR tc 11
D Lane
56.5 7.00
4 8583 SHOWCASE tw 10
C Parnham
55
8.00
5 9612 LUCKY ROAR t 5
J Brown
55
5.50
6 2633 AWESOME AS 1
S Mc Gruddy
55 61.00
7 3231 MOUQUET th 8
D Staeck
55 61.00
8 1414 ROYAL STRATA t 3
Ms L Warwick
55 41.00
9 3777 SALLY?S REALM t 12
P Carbery
55 101.00
10 1283 ORIENTAL ROSE h 7
C Johnston-Porter 55 71.00
11 9825 LARKING 6
Ms L Staples
55 251.00
12 s430 SEEKING ALPHA bn 9
J Azzopardi
55 101.00
CELEBRITY DREAM 1, Fontainebleau 2, Showcase 3, Lucky Roar 4.
RACE 7 Ascend Sales
1100m 6.55 DD1 Q2
$70,000. 3yo & up Benchmark 66+. Apprentices can claim.
1 347s KEY TO FAME tch 13
Ms K Witten (a2)
59.5
2 5s44 COGNAC tdwh 12
C Staples
59
3 11s9 FORCEFUL tcwb 11
W Pike
58.5
4 s1s6 DUTCH SPY cdw 14
G Smith
58
5 0s12 ALPHA SKY tch 5
P Carbery
57.5
6 64s5 CUANZO tc 1
J Whiting
57
7 36s2 DISRUPTIVE w 6
P Harvey
57
8 68s3 STAR GLITTER tch 7
S Parnham
57
9 55s2 DOUBLE JEOPARDY 10 D Lane
56.5
10 4s61 MY DEMI t 8
J Azzopardi
56
11 4374 KAAPANDER tcw 4
J Noske
55.5
Ms L Staples
54
12 8659 DENIM PACK th 9
13 8s23 SHACKLETON tch 2
S Mc Gruddy
54
14 3662 TYCOON LEGEND th 3
Ms J Noske
54
ALPHA SKY 1, Double Jeopardy 2, Shackleton 3, Forceful 4.
RACE 8 Tabtouch-Perth Cup
26.00
21.00
7.00
31.00
5.50
13.00
*5.00
14.00
*5.00
34.00
26.00
51.00
5.50
31.00
2400m 7.35 Q3
$500,000. 3yo & up Quality Group 2. Apprentices cannot claim.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1242 GATTING tcw 15
D Lane
7705 STAR EXHIBIT tcw 17
P Hall
5062 ACTION cwb 4
W Pike
2213 CAPPO D?ORO th 9
J Azzopardi
3796 DARK MUSKET t 8
S O?Donnell
2283 ELEGANT BLAST tw 5
Ms L Warwick
4487 IHTSAHYMN twh 3
S Parnham
5141 KHARTOUM dw 6
D Staeck
2742 LIKE A BUTTERFLY t 14 J Whiting
2121 MISSISSIPPI DELTA tw 7 C Parnham
8483 PERFECT JEWEL tw 11
P Carbery
1544 PRIZE CATCH tw 10
P Knuckey
1657 PRYING TOM tw 2
R Tan
2315 QUEEN BEY tb 16
B Paterson
4075 ROYAL STAR t 12
C Johnston-Porter
1611 THE BIG SHOW t 18
J Kokotajlo
Emergencies
17 0615 JUICING CARROTS tw 13 C Staples
18 3614 BROTHER?S KEEPER t 19 T Turner
19 2734 MR ALBY tw 1
ACTION 1, Like A Butterfly 2, Mississippi Delta 3, Gatting 4.
59
55
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
6.50
31.00
*2.30
19.00
81.00
19.00
61.00
18.00
41.00
5.50
11.00
16.00
18.00
61.00
26.00
26.00
53 201.00
53 151.00
53 51.00
RACE 9 Seppelt The Drives 1200m 8.15 DD2 Q4
$50,000. 3yo & up 1MW. Apprentices can claim.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
8121 FINE SCENT cdh 14
Ms K Witten (a2)
59.5 11.00
s112 BEAT THE DEVIL cbh 8 S Mc Gruddy
57.5 5.50
22s0 COMPARATIVE dwh 17 C Parnham
57 34.00
8612 LORD LUDLOW cwh 2
Ms L Staples
57 16.00
84s7 SIXPENCE SPENT d 4
J Noske
57 18.00
119s CAROCAPO tcb 10
J Brown
56.5 *3.40
59s7 ADRIAN MAKFI d 18
Ms J Mc Naught (a3) 56 101.00
8960 ON THE TURPS cdw 6
J Azzopardi
56 15.00
5173 PARADISE SQUARE tw 15 P Harvey
56 11.00
4273 SHARKMOUTH h 7
J Whiting
56 34.00
1445 BON VOYAGE d 5
W Pike
55.5 6.50
1256 PRINCESS ZELDA t 9
D Lane
55.5 10.00
s590 KLONDIKE KENNY cd 13 T Turner
55 18.00
8200 DAD SAID d 12
N Rudland
54.5 151.00
2511 KING COOL d 19
C Johnston-Porter 54.5 101.00
2714 DRIFTWOOD GIRL tch 16 D Staeck
54 21.00
Emergencies
17 4221 DONGJIE WU 3
54 151.00
18 8s55 VIGNETO 11
R Tan
54 61.00
19 21s2 GLASGOW GIRL dwb 1
Ms T Stone (a1.5)
55 13.00
PRINCESS ZELDA 1, Beat The Devil 2, Fine Scent 3, Glasgow Girl 4.
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WANGARATTA RACES today
RACE 1 Wangaratta Bearings 1100m 1.16 EQ1
$23,000. 3yo Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
*$1.90
6.00
12.00
5.00
11.00
13.00
16.00
34.00
21.00
RACE 2 Refridgetech Heating 1100m 1.51 EQ2
$23,000. 4yo & up Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
7.00
*4.00
21.00
8.00
11.00
?
5.00
7.00
11.00
8.00
41.00
RACE 3 Winsec Savings & Loans 2000m 2.26 EQ3
$23,000. 3yo & up Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 24s4 ABOUT TIME BILL 2
D Stackhouse
58.5
2 4339 CASINO MASTER 4
J Fry
58.5
3
83 DARK KING 3
T Atkinson
58.5
4
97 DARKSIDE 1
J Rule
58.5
5 s456 TARCISIUS 8
J Baldock
58.5
6 9s60 THE UNDERSTUDY 9
Ms J Payne
58.5
7 s847 DESERT RAIN 7
D Stackhouse
57
8 832 FRONT PAGE NEWS 5
J Hill
57
9
54 OFFSETT 6
H Coffey
57
FRONT PAGE NEWS 1, Offsett 2, Tarcisius 3, About Time Bill 4.
RACE 4 Anytime Fitness
8.00
13.00
15.00
11.00
6.00
16.00
9.00
*3.00
4.00
2000m 3.01 EQ4 Q1
$22,000. Rating 58. Apprentices can claim.
1 9567 BEAU SOLEIL w 4
J Fry
2 2461 INASTRIDE dw 3
J Hill
3 4424 ABLE ENGINE 2
D Stackhouse
4 6419 POWERS LOOKOUT tw 7 J Rule
5 18s7 RUZATON w 5
Ms Y Ota
6 8851 LITTLE JATZ w 1
Ms J Payne
7 3894 STAR COD 6
Ms S Hunter
INASTRIDE 1, Able Engine 2, Powers Lookout 3, Ruzaton 4.
RACE 5 Yarrawonga Housing 1100m 3.36 DD1 Q2
60
60
59.5
59.5
59.5
54
54
12.00
*2.40
3.50
4.00
7.00
21.00
26.00
1 047s ST PAUL?S BAY twb 12
L Grace
60 6.00
2 330s CHANNING d 6
SCRATCHED
59.5
?
3 6354 MATHEW?S HONOUR dw 8 H Coffey
58
8.00
4 88s8 NOT APPROVED n 3
J Fry
58 16.00
5 810s MOSHVAGO 1
D Stackhouse
57.5 12.00
6 748s ROSE OF CAPRI w 5
J Keating
57.5 18.00
7 70s7 IFACONICAN d 14
S Payne
57 26.00
8 s763 OUR DIAMANTE 2
Ms J Payne
56.5 11.00
9 7s72 CONTILLA dw 4
SCRATCHED
56
?
10 s451 CLASSIC CHOICE d 9
T Atkinson
55.5 *4.00
11 6245 COSMIC RUSH dw 7
Ms M Claridge (a3) 55.5 18.00
12 90s4 HUMDRUM 10
Ms S Hunter
55.5 51.00
13 7222 SERIOUS MOONLIGHT 13 SCRATCHED
55
?
14 8907 QUIET ORDER w 11
SCRATCHED
54
?
CLASSIC CHOICE 1, St Paul?s Bay 2, Mathew?s Honour 3, Moshvago 4.
RACE 6 Rating 58 Hcp
1590m 4.16
RACE 7 Northo Hotel
1300m 4.56 DD2 Q4
RACE 1 Go Racing @ipswichturfclub 1200m 1.43 EQ1
57
57
57
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
$21.0
34.00
5.00
15.00
5.00
*3.80
51.00
8.00
9.00
9.00
8.00
RACE 2 Racing Museum Room Hire 1666m 2.18 EQ2
59
3.50
57.5 13.00
57.5 *3.00
57.5 4.60
57
7.00
57
7.00
55.5 15.00
RACE 3 Carlton Mid Handicap 1666m 2.53 EQ3
$21,000. Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
1 0353 AAVAARA 12
K Yoshida
59
6.00
2 7s42 LOLA?S DIAMOND 3
G Colless
58.5 *4.60
3 86s3 SMOKEY DIAMOND 7
Ms S Bogenhuber 58 11.00
4 4393 ELMO?S FIRE 6
Beau Appo
57.5 5.00
5 3365 MISS FRASER 9
S Doyle
57
7.00
6 7323 SHINING BLUE 11
N Day
57
8.00
7 5s05 IF THE SHOE FITS 5
56 13.00
8 6469 MEANER 8
M Hellyer
56 21.00
9 4620 LILIERO 4
P Hammersley
55 26.00
10 807 AMIRAT JAMILA 10
J Taylor
54.5 34.00
11 5564 QUEEN OF HAVANA 2
M Schrapel
54.5 6.00
54 101.00
12 3586 LENNON?S PADDOCK 1 L Rolls
LOLA?S DIAMOND 1, Elmo?s Fire 2, Aavaara 3, Queen Of Havana 4.
1200m 3.28 EQ4
$21,000. 3yo C&Gs Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
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RACE 5 Schweppes Handicap
1200m 4.08 Q1
$21,000. 3yo Fillies Maiden. Apprentices can claim.
$21,000. Class 3 SW. Apprentices can claim.
1
22 BOLD ZIP b 8
D Griffin
2
42 BOZEMAN 14
SCRATCHED
3
35 CASH ON FIRE 13
L R Dittman
4
KING ALFONSO 9
A Allen
5
MINOR LUCK 3
Ms S Lacy (a)
6
2 WEALTH?N?POWER 5
K Yoshida
7
8 DANETIST 4
L Tilley
8 7s3 DAUNTING WARRIOR 7 N Day
9 953s ENTERPRISE PRINCE 1 Ms A Fancourt
10 54s JACK DERIPPA 2
M Hellyer
11
4 NOBLE ARTIST 6
N Thomas
12 6s46 PINCH VISTA 10
13 8s4 DREAM PIECE 12
J Hodge (a2)
14 6s3 LAKE HILLIER 11
P Hammersley
JACK DERIPPA 1, Enterprise Prince 2, Daunting Warrior 3,
Wealth?n?power 4.
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: LR
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
$21,000. 4yo & up Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
RACE 4 Sirromet Handicap
13.00
8.00
16.00
26.00
6.00
8.50
5.00
*4.00
?
34.00
16.00
26.00
26.00
1 11s7 ONE HELLOFA FAMILY tw 10 J Fry
61.5 15.00
2 7s95 AVAPARDI tw 2
D Stackhouse
59.5 7.00
3 0s83 O?LONHRO BAY 8
Ms J Payne
59.5 8.00
4 s4L8 VEGAS BOULEVARD w 7 J Hill
59.5 12.00
5 24s3 JOBURG FLYER d 13
J Rule
58.5 15.00
6 8s78 PURRPUSSFUL 12
Alana Kelly (a3)
58.5 31.00
7 4028 REIGNING IN PARIS tw 14 Ms M Claridge (a3) 58.5 7.00
8 4941 FIRST WATCH w 1
L Smith
58 *4.00
9 s764 FROGMARCH w 9
Ms R Pearson (a2) 58 21.00
10 0062 DRYSDALE SPIRIT cdw 6 SCRATCHED
57.5
?
11 7013 GHOST DOCTOR tw 3
R Beattie
57.5 8.50
12 5s17 BANGER 4
J Baldock
57 31.00
13 2663 BIG BUDDIE dw 5
SCRATCHED
56
?
14 s435 CRITICAL REACTION tw 11 H Coffey
55.5 8.00
FIRST WATCH 1, Ghost Doctor 2, Critical Reaction 3, Reigning In Paris 4.
? ON SKY RACING 1
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
TRACK: Soft (5) RAIL: True
1 2652 WAS IT WORTH IT d 2
B Thornton
2 3466 BONSEA h 1
Ms A Fancourt
3 2543 CAPEOS dwn 7
D Griffin
4 2652 IRON CRAFT w 6
N Day
5 7117 ABERLADY w 5
L R Dittman
6 6704 RAMATUELLE 4
L Rolls
7 5208 WICKED QUEEN cw 3
P Hammersley
CAPEOS 1, Was It Worth It 2, Iron Craft 3, Ramatuelle 4.
59.5
59.5
59.5
58
58
58
58
57.5
57.5
57
57
56.5
55.5
$22,000. Benchmark 64. Apprentices can claim.
IPSWICH RACES today
1 s677 FOLLOW THE MONEY 8 D Griffin
2
LONG STORY SHORT 3 J Taylor
3 25s3 RAGING ROYAL 10
4 2736 CLASSY JANA 9
A Sewell
5 77s2 DAISY?S APART 11
Ms S Bogenhuber
6 73s2 NORTHERN DRAGON b 7 M Hellyer
7 0s8 PENTAFORMANCE 6
B Powell
8 2245 PRINCESS MONA 5
K Yoshida
9 9402 REMEMBER BELLA h 2 Ms A Fancourt
10 5s36 STRADA GRANDE 1
P Hammersley
11 2535 SUPER FREAK b 4
Ms M Nakao (a3)
NORTHERN DRAGON 1, Daisy?s Apart 2, Raging Royal 3,
Princess Mona 4.
Q3
$22,000. Rating 58. Apprentices can claim.
1 76s1 DUKE OF CASTILLE 11
H Coffey
2 9091 HARD GOT cw 12
L Grace
3 1452 RIVERLEA HONOURS db 2 Ms M Claridge (a3)
4 8745 NEVER BACK DOWN dw 1 Ms J Payne
5 1922 ROYAL TREASURY tw 5 J Hill
6 4463 SHADOW LOOMS 3
J Fry
7 4466 TAVISOCKS d 9
D Stackhouse
8 4128 CIRCULATE d 6
Ms R Pearson (a2)
9 4653 DANGEROUS SPIN dwn 13 SCRATCHED
10 3652 REAL ROYAL 7
Alana Kelly (a3)
11 0s52 RICHWAITE LADY 10
J Rule
12 4893 FIRST AMENDMENT d 8 L Smith
13 664 BACOSI 4
T Atkinson
CIRCULATE 1, Tavisocks 2, Royal Treasury 3, Hard Got 4.
59
59
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
58
58
58
58
58
58
57.5
57.5
8.00
?
15.00
15.00
17.00
*5.00
67.00
6.00
6.00
*5.00
21.00
41.00
17.00
9.00
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
39s4 BOOM GIRL 8
P Hammersley
59
BEYOND DESIRE 3
58.5
THE BLACK TIDE 2
B Thornton
58.5
TRUE QUALITY 1
58.5
5 COURAGEOUS CHLOE 15 M Hellyer
58
6 HIBACHI MISS 10
Ms A Fancourt
58
7 MISS AMUR 11
SCRATCHED
58
s506 SASSY STYLE 16
Ms S Bogenhuber 58
7 PADDLES 9
Ms S Lacy (a)
57.5
9 PETRA?S SPIRIT 13
G Colless
57.5
36s7 ANGEL OF LEON 17
57
5s5 LARBAUD 6
J Taylor
57
s494 LOVE OF DUBAI 14
57
s707 BALERION 4
J Hodge (a2)
56.5
Emergencies
15 66s7 EULEILAH 12
56
16 67s9 TOP EVIE 5
55.5
17 08s7 MAJIKKUTESA 7
55.5
THE BLACK TIDE 1, Beyond Desire 2, True Quality 3, Boom Girl 4.
7.00
*5.00
*5.00
*5.00
11.00
17.00
?
15.00
67.00
41.00
67.00
13.00
13.00
21.00
41.00
17.00
41.00
RACE 6 Queensland Times 1000m 4.48 DD1 Q2
$21,000. Benchmark 85. Apprentices can claim.
1 211s SPURCRAFT tdw 6
L Tilley
2 2294 I AM THE GENERAL dw 8 Ms S Bogenhuber
3 307s DIVINE SERVICE dw 4
A Sewell
4 s313 BASARA cw 7
Ms E Ljung
5 s419 ZOUZOUKAKIA tdw 3
M Hellyer
6 7542 WUDANG BLADE tcdw 5 L Rolls
7 35s4 BOLD XAVVI 2
N Day
8 2849 VICEMAN tdw 1
N Thomas
SPURCRAFT 1, Basara 2, Bold Xavvi 3, Wudang Blade 4.
GOLD COAST
CONTINUED
From page 54
$22,000. Rating 58. Apprentices can claim.
1 45s7 COUNT OF CARFORD 4 D Stackhouse
58
2 5s3 HAPPY SOCKS 8
J Fry
58
3
0 CHERRO 1
J Rule
56
4
COONTARA 5
Ms J Payne
56
5
HAZEL?S DIARY 2
J Baldock
56
6
IMBOSSIBLE 6
R Beattie
56
7
MULTIMILLY 3
Ms M Claridge (a3) 56
8 8774 REINE RAPIDE 9
H Coffey
56
9 74s8 ROWLING 7
T Atkinson
56
COUNT OF CARFORD 1, Coontara 2, Happy Socks 3, Cherro 4.
1 s64s AMERICAN HONOR 6
H Coffey
2 536s DASH TO THE BAR 10
Ms C Hall (a)
3
0 LUCKY LUCAS 5
Alana Kelly (a3)
4
MISTER HAY ZEE 2
J Hill
5 9s90 PRIVATE PAUL 7
J Fry
6
6 WISH ME WELL 11
SCRATCHED
7 553s BLAZING ASH 1
Ms J Payne
8
LADY RUFUS 3
J Baldock
9 70s MILLINGTON 8
D Stackhouse
10 8s30 ROYAL OPERA 4
J Rule
11 5s0 STAFF ON STRIKE 9
T Atkinson
AMERICAN HONOR 1, Dash To The Bar 2, Blazing Ash 3,
Mister Hay Zee 4.
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: CR
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5, 6, 7
? ON SKY RACING 1
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
TRACK: Soft (5) RAIL: True
RACING 51
$100,000 PROJECTED BIG6 POOL AT RANDWICK TODAY. VISIT THE TAB APP OR TAB.COM.AU.
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57
55
54
54
54
54
54
*2.70
9.00
9.00
3.80
21.00
7.00
5.00
26.00
RACE 7 River 94.9fm Handicap 1200m 5.26 Q3
$21,000. Class 2. Apprentices can claim.
1 1034 PETAIN 9
L Rolls
59
7.00
2 3487 MARROCK 8
B Nothdurft (a)
58.5 9.00
3 768s PRINCELY SUM twh 1
Ms A Fancourt
57.5 17.00
4 7s21 REGIMENTAL FORCE 3 S Doyle
57.5 *4.60
5 56s1 SPIRIT?S PRIDE w 6
Ms S Bogenhuber 57
5.50
6 0198 BIMINI ROAD cw 2
L Tilley
56.5 34.00
7
1 SHAKEN NOT STIRRED t 10 N Tomizawa
56.5 8.00
8 4712 OKOCHI ARCHER 5
J Taylor
56
5.00
9 98s0 SLUGSNEPHEWJONNY w 4 Matthew Palmer
55.5 101.00
10 5s31 STAR ADELE dw 7
M Hellyer
55.5 *4.60
REGIMENTAL FORCE 1, Spirit?s Pride 2, Okochi Archer 3, Star Adele 4.
RACE 8 Entertain At The ITC 1350m 6.03 DD2 Q4
$21,000. Class 1. Apprentices can claim.
1 s0s9 WESTON dw 2
L R Dittman
59
2 3022 THE LAUNCHER b 4
N Tomizawa
58.5
3 6958 BOSS?S BOY 10
Ms E Ljung
56
4 50s3 GWAPO 7
J Hodge (a2)
56
5 14s7 HOT SOCK 9
55.5
6 s410 LA PULGA 6
A Allen
55.5
7 1947 JET?N?WILD w 8
K Yoshida
54.5
8 s006 FAST VISION 5
Beau Appo
54
9 0358 BOLD CENTURION 3
N Day
54
10 8700 BROWN LINES w 1
M Shimodaira (a2) 54
THE LAUNCHER 1, Gwapo 2, La Pulga 3, Weston 4.
13.00
*1.60
15.00
6.00
17.00
7.00
26.00
26.00
17.00
51.00
9. SNOW VALLEY (M J Dunn) 3f By Snitzel - Deer
Valley (2:2-0-0): Hampered at start, over-raced
early stages when 1М 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 1О 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 2О 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 Н len win of 6 (4) $6.00 58.5 Mystic
Eyes, Hocked 1200m Gold Coast Mdn Soft(5) July
14. Had the benefit of 10М 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 2О len 2nd of 9 (6) $2.60F
58.0 Gemelli 1100m Murwillumbah Hcp (C1)
Good(3) Nov 16. Three wide when 3Н 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 Н 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 3Н 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 4О 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 Н len 4th
of 9 (3) $2.70F 57.5 Hingus Rose 1200m D?ben
(Bm85) Good(4) Dec 1. Sound when 3О 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 7М 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 Н 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 3О 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 Н 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.
GLOBE DERBY
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: (7) STAND: (7)
*DENOTES DRIVER
CONCESSION APPLIES
1 Pace
1800m 6.20 EQ1
1 654 BIEN HOA Fr
HK S Hryhorec$15
2 212 JULIUS FRANCO Fr
HB M Webster*2.8
3 787 THE OCTAGON Fr
HM T Harding 21
4 936 SMOOTH DELIGHT Fr W J Hill
10
5 27s AVEROSS MAC Fr
R M Hryhorec 9
6 s56 BROHART Fr
K Rogers
15
7 423 REGAL LAGER Fr
L J Ryan
7
8 009 ULTIMATE WON Fr
S L Ewen
12
9 656 LADY AZALEA Fr
A J Robinson 34
10 644 SUTTER MAN Fr
M A Smith
6
11 746 MIDNIGHT PROWLER Fr HT J McMahon 26
12 031 BLURRED LINES Fr
D B Hill
6.5
AVEROSS MAC 1, Julius Franco 2,
Blurred Lines 3, Lady Azalea 4.
2 Pace
1800m 6.52 EQ2
1 315 WESTERN DEBT Fr
R M Hryhorec *2.6
2 987 ROCKIN SAFARI Fr
M T Harding (C) 34
3 478 TOTHEMOONANDBACK Fr M A Smith
21
4 831 GLIDER Fr
D A Smith
2.8
5 522 MISS ATLANTA Fr
J W Webster 11
6 535 ITZ QUEENOFBROADWAY Fr A J Robinson 11
7 646 WROXTON BALBOA Fr K Rogers
21
8 765 NEVAEVABEND Fr
W J Hill
17
9 934 APACHE WIND Fr
S P Adams
17
10 s35 BETTORHAVTIME Fr
D B Hill
6
11 3s4 VIEWBYTHEROCK Fr B J Scaffidi
16
MISS ATLANTA 1, Western Debt 2, Glider 3,
Bettorhavtime 4.
6. KUBIS (R L Heathcote) 5g By Love Conquers All Aperto (NZ) (32:4-8-1): Led them up for 1О len win
of 8 (4) $5.50 54.0 Exoteric, Chatelard 2200m D?ben
(Bm85) Good(4) Sept 15. Jumped awkwardly when
4М 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
1О len 7th of 10 (9) $16.00 56.0 Impregnable 1200m
D?ben Plate (C6) Good(3) Dec 15. Settled handy
when hd, 1М 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 2М len 7th
of 12 (11) $61.00 54.0 Niccanova 1350m D?ben LR
Recognition Stk Good(4) Nov 24. Wide throughout
when 6М 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 1О 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 1Н 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. SCRATCHED
11. CRUZE (B J Lockwood) 4g By Pierro - Alessandra
(12:2-0-3): Fractious in barriers, slowly away, inquiry
into performance when 3О 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 1О 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 Н 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 О len, Н
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 11О len last of 13 (12)
$71.00 55.0 Zoustyle 1200m D?ben LR Gold Edition
Good(3) Dec 15. SCRATCHED
RACE 9
6.25
(1200m)
1. JOHNNY BE QUICK (L J Hatch) 8g By Immovable
Option (IR) - Without Concern (31:6-13-4): Scored Н 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, 2М 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 О 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 Н 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 Н nk win of 10 (2) $2.45F 59.0 Parko,
Desert Man 1200m D?ben (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 1.
Fair effort in 2М 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.
? ON SKY RACING 1
TAB CODE: AH
3 Pace
4 Pace
? Tips by AAP
6 Pace
2230m 7.23 EQ3
1 658 THE NATURE BOY Fr
D A Smith
2 713 TOPNOTCH MACH Fr
W J Hill
3 168 LORNE BEACH Fr
M Gee
4 911 JAKARRAS ACE Fr
R M Hryhorec
5 187 ACE TO PLAY Fr
J W Webster
6 968 REVA Fr
D B Hill
7 1s2 ALLDAYBLISS Fr
K Rogers
8 707 HEZA PRESIDENTE Fr K M Brown
9 113 BULLETPROOF BOY Fr S L Ewen
10 386 REGAL KNIGHT Fr
S A Loone
11 513 MISTERFREEZE Fr
L Watson
BULLETPROOF BOY 1, Jakarras Ace 2,
Alldaybliss 3, Topnotch Mach 4.
11
*2.5
26
4
13
26
17
41
3.5
26
10
1800m 7.52 EQ4
1 522 STEINMAN Fr
A J Robinson *3
2 351 BURITON BAILEY Fr
HK S Hryhorec 17
3 957 ROCKING WITH CHARM Fr B A Lowe (C) 17
4 662 STONES CORNER Fr
D A Smith
16
5 526 METRORAMA Fr
S P M Pascoe 21
6 s4s ITZ SPORTZ TORQUE Fr R M Hryhorec 5
7 879 BLACKNTAN Fr
M Gee
34
8 655 KENTSFORD KENNY Fr J W Webster 26
9 005 ADDARICHONE Fr
W J Hill
34
10 613 THAT SAID Fr
D B Hill
4.5
11 413 ALL HAIL CAESAR Fr
M A Smith
4
STEINMAN 1, That Said 2, Itz Sportz Torque 3,
All Hail Caesar 4.
5 Pace
5. DREAM MASTER (A J Edmonds) 5g By Dream
Ahead (US) - Excellent Lady (17:5-2-1): Recorded
2Н 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 Н 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 Н 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 3М len 7th
of 13 (2) $12.00 56.0 Akage 1350m Ipswich (Bm75)
Good(3) Nov 30. Kept trying 1Н 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 1О len, 1М 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 4М 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
1Н 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, О 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 Н 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 1Н 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 4М len 7th of 11 (4) $71.00 55.0 Perast 1350m
D?ben G3 Fred Best Soft(6) May 26. Jumped awkwardly when 2Н 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 5М len 7th
of 10 (2) $21.00 55.5 Lamerican 1100m Mackay Plate
(C6) Heavy(8) Dec 13. Inconvenienced at start when
Н 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 2О len last of 7 (6) $9.00 57.5 Free Billy
1000m Goondiwindi Open Hcp Good(3) Aug 4. On
return from break finished 8М 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 1О 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 2М
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 12М 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 3Н len, О len 3rd of 8 (2) $26.00 55.5 Calzini, Lord Of The Dreamz 900m Gold Coast (Bm58)
Good(4) Nov 24. Since recorded Н hd win Snow
Valley, Legal Girl 1000m Gold Coast barrier trial (C2)
Good(4) Dec 10. Freshened. Not fancied.
1800m 8.24 DD1 Q1
1 235 FIBSKITE Fr
W J Hill
*3
13
2 634 PRINCESS CLEOPATRA Fr D A Smith
3 3r7 UNCLE LEO Fr
K Rogers
4
4 273 PAT THE PONY Fr
D B Hill
21
5 736 ROYAL SAFARI Fr
SCRATCHED ?
6 346 ATOMIC BLUE CHIP Fr A J Robinson 13
7 743 WROXTON STEEL Fr
G J Rogers
7
8 282 LOOK AT THE STARS Fr L M Harvey 3.5
9 552 SHEZWHITELIGHTNING Fr M T Harding (C) 17
10 293 TORQUE OF COURAGE Fr HB M Webster 9
11 927 CELESTIAL DAYBREAK Fr HK S Hryhorec 17
UNCLE LEO 1, Fibskite 2, Look At The Stars 3,
Torque Of Courage 4.
1800m 8.52
1 416 LUCKY VC Fr
P J Fidge
2 132 CLARENDEN VALOUR Fr K Rogers
3 224 RATE HIGHLY Fr
W J Hill
4 142 FUTURIST Fr
A J Robinson
5 1s1 OUR JERICHO Fr
D B Hill
6 3r5 MACH CRUISER Fr
J W Webster
7 192 MARK DENNIS Fr
R M Hryhorec
8 975 JAMBIANI Fr
L Watson
9 s47 WHENMECHIEF Fr
G J Rogers
OUR JERICHO 1, Futurist 2, Mark Dennis 3,
Clarenden Valour 4.
7 Trotters Hcp
Q2
11
4.5
6
8
*1.7
17
5
7
17
2645m 9.22 DD2 Q3
1 133 BAKING HOT Fr
B M Webster (C) 15
2 281 COOLBREEZE Fr
L C Johnson
6
3 s15 TEN SPANNERS Fr
R M Hryhorec 6
4 173 SKYFLYER Fr
J W Webster
8
5 328 COLD CRUSHER 10
K Rogers
6
6 0s1 KING OF THE ROSES 20 D B Hill
*1.8
7 s44 BOLD LAW 20
M A Smith
17
8 567 REJUVENATION 20
A J Robinson 17
9 895 ALDEBARAN TEN 20
L M Harvey
31
13
10 662 POCKETFULLOFCASH 30 P J Fidge
11 736 CHUCK WAGON 30
W J Hill
15
KING OF THE ROSES 1, Ten Spanners 2,
Coolbreeze 3, Pocketfullofcash 4.
8 Pace
1800m 9.52
Q4
1 59s MAJOR CARLISLE Fr
M A Smith
5
2 282 SPORTSCASTER Fr
D W Girardi
6
3 471 COSTADOLLAR Fr
B M Loizeau 13
4 5 MAGISI FLYER Fr
L C Johnson 26
5.5
5 13s ALEXANDERGREENWOOD Fr D A Smith
6 s87 BELLA SOFIA Fr
S L Ewen
26
7 272 ZAKHAROVA Fr
D B Hill
6
8 8s5 HAVE A CRACK Fr
R K Campbell 34
9 266 AQUARIUS ART Fr
A J Robinson *2.8
10 67s CALL ME TOM Fr
T J McMahon (C) 11
11 5r9 SAMARA CROCKER Fr W J Hill
26
12 5s2 OCEAN NYMPH Fr
R M Hryhorec 13
ALEXANDERGREENWOOD 1, Sportscaster 2,
Zakharova 3, Call Me Tom 4.
52 RACING
TEMORA HARNESS tonight
? ON SKY RACING 2
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
MOBILE: (6) STAND: (8)
*DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION APPLIES
RACE 1 tab.com.au
2000m 6.06 EQ1
C0 To C1 PBD Mobile Heat. $6120.
1 5867s MAYTHEHORSEBWITHU
T J Day (C)
Fr $17.00
2 75568 LIGHT UP BILLY
T W Allamby Fr 11.00
3 52404 PRESIDENTIALATTACK
B K Smith
Fr 17.00
4 22639 PLAYFUL FELLA
J W Vautin
Fr 8.00
5 77818 OUR MACH JACK
R A Walker
Fr 17.00
6 63475 ROCK THE PARTY
A M Day
Fr 7.00
7 37749 PINNACLE HOPE
S P Hallcroft
Fr 41.00
8 21243 ON THAT DAY
B T Jones
Fr *2.25
9 97095 LANCELOT HALL
A J Dean (C)
Fr 67.00
10 77s21 ENDLESS
M J Harris
Fr 5.00
ON THAT DAY 1, Endless 2, Playful Fella 3, Maythehorsebwithu 4.
RACE 2 Ferndale Distributors 2000m 6.35 EQ2
C1 To C2 PBD Mobile Heat. $6120.
1 09305 MISS FIFI
N M Hargraves (C) Fr 11.00
2 66066 ROCKETER (r)
P L Phillips
Fr 21.00
3 27603 LETTUCE PRAY
M J Day
Fr 9.00
4 6s189 SLICE OF PARADISE
HP W McRae Fr 11.00
5 138s7 JIVE DANCING
B T Jones
Fr *2.80
6 26437 ALWAYS IN COMMAND
T L White
Fr 9.00
7 63495 TOPSIE GRINNER
HT J Day
Fr 6.00
8 53104 CARLAS ANGEL
A M Hedges
Fr 7.00
9 94557 MALICIOUS FELLA
R N Turner
Fr 34.00
M J McLaughlin (C) Fr 13.00
10 47056 SHES COURAGEOUS
11 25170 OUR SIR JACK (ODM)
J L Stockton
Fr 5.00
JIVE DANCING 1, Our Sir Jack 2, Topsie Grinner 3, Carlas Angel 4.
RACE 3 Ray New Memorial
1635m 7.00 EQ3
C3 To C4 PBD Mobile. $6120.
1 1s967 CARLA CLARE
D Jack
Fr *1.50
2 73844 CAVALRYMAN
P S Maguire
Fr 10.00
3 59845 THEROCKWONTROLL
HB K Duck
Fr 10.00
B D Micallef (C) Fr 26.00
4 73786 IM NOT CRAZY
5 52112 ALABAMA ACE
HM R Young Fr 5.50
6 57289 NAVAJO ROCKY
HC R Judd
Fr 67.00
7 65469 OUR BULLER BOY
P W McRae (C) Fr 21.00
8 23676 CHICKIES BOY
HT J Day
Fr 17.00
CARLA CLARE 1, Therockwontroll 2, Cavalryman 3, Alabama Ace 4.
RACE 4 South West Fuel Ctr 2000m 7.26 EQ4
C1 To C2 PBD Mobile Heat. $6120.
1 47476 LUCKY TO MAKE IT
N P Hurst
2 s4646 ROYAL FEELING
J G Brown
3 27410 CARRAMAR ARAPAHO
HP W McRae
4 40099 WATCH ME ROCK
R N Turner
5 66066 ROCKETER (r)
P L Phillips
6 68075 ZOEMAGIC
L M Hancock
7 8227s ILLINOIS BEAUTY
W P Trembath
8 85427 ALABAMA TYSON
HM R Young
9 18867 ANODOUBT
HT J Day
10 26444 MIO CHRISTISIMO
C J Maggs
11 71397 DUST TO DIAMONDS
T L White
ILLINOIS BEAUTY 1, Mio Christisimo 2, Alabama Tyson 3,
Royal Feeling 4.
ALBION PARK
harness tonight
1 Pace
2138m 6.40 EQ1
1 714 MAKOA Fr
G W Dixon
$5
2 182 FRANCO TARIQ Fr
N M Dawson 13
3 268 OUR MAJOR DAY Fr
D R March
6
4 121 GUNRNEEDABIGRBOAT Fr A M Donohoe 5
5 221 MIDNIGHT BENDER Fr T J McMullen (C) 21
6 131 GOTTA GOOD REASON Fr L A McCarthy 13
S L Weidemann (C) 26
7 213 HES NOVAK Fr
8 741 SOME EXCUSESOMEWHERE Fr P J McMullen *3.5
9 311 CROWNING GLORY Fr N J McMullen 5
10 551 PARISIAN ROCKSTAR Fr A P Richardson 13
11 021 FRENCH GLOBE Fr
G P Whitaker 21
12 243 MR MEDDLE Fr
H L Barnes
26
SOME EXCUSESOMEWHERE 1, Makoa 2,
Crowning Glory 3, Franco Tariq 4.
2 Pace
2138m 7.08 EQ2
1 090 CASINO TOMMY Fr
M A Dux (C)
21
2 035 FLAMING HERO Fr
M J Elkins (C) 7
3 058 WITHALOTOFLUCK Fr N J McMullen 13
4 784 MAJESTIC MAJOR Fr
G W Dixon *4.5
5 837 EXPRESSIONIST Fr
D W Graham 11
6 701 ITS JUST KENNY Fr
T Dixon
7
7 222 COLD IDEAL Fr
A P Richardson 17
8 843 CLARKEY Fr
A F J Sanderson 6
9 293 CHAPTER ONE Fr
A M Donohoe 7
10 641 SLICE OF HEAVEN Fr
N M Dawson *4.5
11 319 YOUNG AMERICAN Fr L A McCarthy 11
12 921 MANDY KRIDEN Fr
B W Barnes
8
SLICE OF HEAVEN 1, Flaming Hero 2,
Young American 3, Cold Ideal 4.
3 Pace
1660m 7.40 EQ3
1 614 SIR JULIAN Fr
J D Cremin
17
2 636 LEXUS ON THE BEACH Fr B W Barnes 26
3 332 CLINTAL DO Fr
D R March *2.5
4 983 MY MASTERCRAFTSMAN Fr A F J Sanderson 17
5 254 OUR CHITTYBANGBANG Fr T J Dawson
5
5
6 171 SOMEMONDOSOMEWHERE Fr G W Dixon
7 030 SECRET JACK Fr
A P Richardson 17
8 131 COURAGEOUS LEO Fr M J Elkins (C) 7
9 182 WATTLEBANK FLYER Fr HS L Weidemann 11
10 917 CHANGE OF MIND Fr
N J McMullen 21
11 543 LANCELOT BROMAC Fr P J McMullen 8
COURAGEOUS LEO 1, Sir Julian 2, Clintal Do 3,
My Mastercraftsman 4.
Note: Official start times
correct at time of printing.
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Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
4.50
26.00
*2.25
101.00
15.00
15.00
5.50
4.50
26.00
4.50
21.00
RACE 5 Temora Shire Council 2000m 7.57 DD1 Q1
C0 To C1 PBD Mobile Heat. $6120.
1 95s92 HARD TO LOVE
M A Harrington (C)
2 18s43 BUSTN FEELZ GOOD
B T Jones
3 76749 IM THE MAJORSTAR
P W McRae (C)
4 7
CINDAROCKINRELLA
N M Hargraves (C)
5 87s38 BOLD WESTERN (EOD)
J W Vautin
6 78226 CALL ME MASTER
M J Day
7 4379s IDEAL FANTASY
C R Judd (C)
8 6668s TANYAS PAST
R J Anderson
9 s8692 TULHURST SANTANNA
A M Hedges
10 75170 TOPHAT
A J Dean (C)
BUSTN FEELZ GOOD 1, Ideal Fantasy 2, Tanyas Past 3,
Tulhurst Santanna 4.
RACE 6 Terminus Hotel
Q2
RACE 7 Shamrock Hotel
2000m 8.55 DD2 Q3
C0 To C1 PBD Mobile Heat. $6120.
1 77s58 OLYMPIC GEM
R L White
2 27970 SORRY IM QUICK
S P Hallcroft
3 38s08 JUSTJOY
P L Phillips
4 23473 GREAT HAND
T W Allamby
5 26031 OUR SIR DENVER
A M Day
6 9s946 BROBENAH BOY
P M Dempsey
7 43445 PARK RUN
R N Turner
8 77089 CONROD KENZE
B T Jones
9 74816 REVONAH DOLLY
M K Hawke
OUR SIR DENVER 1, Justjoy 2, Park Run 3, Great Hand 4.
Fr 201.00
Fr 21.00
Fr 21.00
Fr *3.00
Fr 3.50
Fr 5.50
Fr 8.00
Fr 21.00
Fr 7.00
RACE 8 Phil Smith Builder 1635m 9.25
Q4
3yo Maiden 3C0 Only RBD Mobile. $6120.
1 7s626 HANOVER SUNSHINE
L M Hancock
2 56552 ROCKNROLL DA GAMA
R A Walker
3 35s
WHISPER HER NAME
M J McLaughlin (C)
4 23747 AVEIRO
C J Maggs
5 7556s CHEDDARS GIFT
M J Day
6 887s8 WAMBOYNE ZOE
R L Arentz
7 58s37 AMBITIONS
T L White
8 s52s2 EMM AYE DEE
B T Jones
9 24
ZIGGY ROCKS
B D Micallef (C)
10 56435 MY CHATEAU MARGAUX S P Hallcroft
11 3
PEARLS FOR TASH (r)
B A Harpley
PEARLS FOR TASH 1, Emm Aye Dee 2, Rocknroll Da Gama 3,
Ziggy Rocks 4.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
34.00
9.00
21.00
9.00
41.00
11.00
34.00
*1.65
10.00
9.00
4.50
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
1660m 8.07 EQ4
2138m 8.37 DD1 Q1
1 442 OUR MILLWOOD MAIZIE Fr K M Rasmussen 5
2 360 OUR HI JINX Fr
A F J Sanderson 26
3 939 THE SPACE INVADER Fr N J McMullen 8
4 911 SAMS A CHAMP Fr
B W Barnes
9
5 451 BODHI TREE Fr
L T Cain (C) *2.5
6 104 GANGSTER BOY Fr
D M McMullen 21
7 207 MACH ALERT Fr
K L Dawson
13
8 545 FRANKIE ROCKS Fr
T Dixon
8
9 823 OHOKA PUNTER Fr
G W Dixon
9
10 414 GLENFERRIE HOOD Fr P J McMullen 4
GLENFERRIE HOOD 1, Sams A Champ 2,
Bodhi Tree 3, Gangster Boy 4.
6 Pace
2000m 8.27
41.00
*1.75
21.00
41.00
41.00
21.00
3.00
34.00
10.00
101.00
1 497s0 CONQUER THE DAY
B T Jones
Fr 2.75
2 34866 CAN I BE A LADY
A M Hedges
Fr 26.00
3 5988s LOVETHATFEELING
J C Brown
Fr 26.00
4 s4822 POWER PASS
P L Phillips
Fr 17.00
5 865s3 IM A SHY GUY
M A Harrington (C) Fr 41.00
6 s159s LETTUCEONTHEBEACH
R N Turner
Fr 41.00
7 08s10 IDEAL SUSPECT
C J Maggs
Fr *2.25
8 75863 INDIANA ANGEL
P S Maguire
Fr 9.00
9 93882 ILL BE A LADY
J W Seary (C) Fr 9.00
10 56966 MAID OF TEAK
R L White
Fr 201.00
IDEAL SUSPECT 1, Power Pass 2, Indiana Angel 3, Ill Be A Lady 4.
1 303 ANNIKA MAGIC Fr
K J Smith
26
2 54s BUNDABURRA Fr
G P Whitaker *4
3 142 IMTHE GOLDEN CHILD Fr P J McMullen 7.5
4 421 WEEDONS EXPRESS Fr T J McMullen (C)34
5 252 RICH VIRGIN Fr
L A McCarthy 4.5
6 391 LENNY THE LEGEND Fr HL T Cain
5
7 352 KETUT Fr
M J Elkins (C) 8
8 160 CANKICKATARGET Fr T Dixon
26
9 180 VETTEL Fr
T J Dawson
21
10 256 SPIKE BROMAC Fr
N J McMullen 6
11 525 TYGAR Fr
J E Taaffe
5
RICH VIRGIN 1, Lenny The Legend 2,
Annika Magic 3, Cankickatarget 4.
5 Pace
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
C0 To C1 PBD Mobile Heat. $6120.
? ON SKY RACING 1
TAB CODE: BH
? Tips by Darren Clayton
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: (8)
*DENOTES DRIVER
CONCESSION APPLIES
4 Pace
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: CH
1660m 9.08
Q2
1 974 ONE WISE MAN Fr
B W Barnes
5
2 340 RIVERLEIGH JEFF Fr
G P Whitaker 21
3 606 MONIVAE Fr
N J McMullen 6
4 753 MO JARNEY Fr
A P Richardson 26
5 633 BEEF CITY BLAZE Fr
T R Moffat
6
6 345 KEY LARGO Fr
M A Dux
*4.5
7 0s0 OYSTER STRIDE Fr
N M Dawson 41
8 692 MACHEASY Fr
G W Dixon
5
9 086 BIG IN AMERICA Fr
D M McMullen 26
S L Weidemann (C) 21
10 303 READILY Fr
11 869 HAVANA MOON Fr
P J McMullen 9
12 555 JUMPING JOLT Fr
M J Elkins (C) 5
KEY LARGO 1, Riverleigh Jeff 2,
One Wise Man 3, Macheasy 4.
7 Pace
1660m 9.38 DD2 Q3
1 298 COMIGAL Fr
G P Whitaker 26
2 726 IMA GRUMPY POSSUM Fr D M McMullen *3.5
3 504 ZARAS DELIGHT Fr
HL T Cain
15
4 330 GRINVIL Fr
P J McMullen 15
5 448 SWEET AS Fr
HJ C Wallace 34
6 652 JUST SEDUCE ME Fr
N J McMullen 9
7 682 DARKERSHADEOFPALE Fr L A McCarthy 4.5
8 131 DRIVE THE DREAM Fr A F J Sanderson4.8
9 481 VALTONA Fr
G W Dixon
4.8
10 117 SHARDS HALO Fr
HM A Dux 4.5
DARKERSHADEOFPALE 1, Zaras Delight 2,
Shards Halo 3, Ima Grumpy Possum 4.
8 Pace
1660m 10.07
Q4
1 167 GASMONKEY Fr
M A Dux (C)
3
2 289 IMA SEA STORM Fr
N M Dawson 34
3 709 BELLS BEACH HOUSE Fr P J McMullen *2.5
4 909 SPEEDIE MCARDLE Fr M J Elkins (C) 11
5 387 MAGOOGAN Fr
D M McMullen 6
34
6 098 ILLAWONG DREAMTIME Fr D R Lee
7 349 BET IM SPECIAL Fr
H L Barnes
7
8 578 LONG TERM FELLA Fr S L Weidemann (C) 8
9 788 WITH AUTHORITY Fr N J McMullen 34
10 086 VADER Fr
T J McMullen (C) 41
WITH AUTHORITY 1, Gasmonkey 2,
Bells Beach House 3, Bet Im Special 4.
9 Pace
1660m 10.37
1 454 IMA KENNEDY TWO Fr L A McCarthy 5
2 380 KOTARE KASAI Fr
N J McMullen 11
3 202 JUST ROKIN Fr
N M Dawson
5
4 855 LETHAL STAR Fr
A F J Sanderson 26
5 536 CHARLYSE Fr
K M Rasmussen 13
6 021 CALL ME YOURS Fr
G P Whitaker 8
7 068 CAESARS ASTRUM Fr L T Cain (C)
21
8 222 ARGYLE BEACH Fr
P J McMullen *4
6
9 190 WERELIVINGTHEDREAM Fr P J Greig
10 179 ROCKNROLL EMMA Fr G W Dixon
7
13
11 736 OUR DIAMOND EDITON Fr A D Millard
12 673 MIGHT AND MAIN Fr
D R March
15
ARGYLE BEACH 1, Ima Kennedy Two 2,
Just Rokin 3, Might And Main 4.
10 Trotters Hcp
2138m 11.07
1 775 SCORCHED Fr
D R Lee
21
2 534 MISTER OZ Fr
P J Diebert
6
3 398 JETER Fr
T R Moffat
34
4 203 IVANOV Fr
G P Whitaker 11
5 300 LAVROS TEXAS Fr
N M Dawson 9
6 629 LANSBURY Fr
F E Bennett 26
7 201 MONORAIL Fr
B W Barnes
11
8 007 WHATABOYZ Fr
H L Barnes
34
9 031 QUIETLY SPOKEN Fr
N J McMullen *3.5
10 083 DIEU DE LAMOUR Fr
L A McCarthy 5
11 850 ASTRAL RULER 10
T Dixon
8
12 560 SOUTHERN ALPS 10
G W Dixon
12
B M Woodsford (C) 12
13 608 MISTER GUNSEN 10
IVANOV 1, Mister Gunsen 2, Dieu De Lamour 3,
Scorched 4.
BENDIGO 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 Mares Sprint C?ship
1650m 6.32 EQ1
4yo & up Trotting Mares T1 To T3 PBD Mobile Heat. $10,000.
1 336s6 MOONLIGHT DREAM
K M Gath
Fr
2 82162 LUCINDA MAC
G A Campbell Fr
3 48929 BETTY HALL
B R Gath
Fr
4 24321 MIRANDA MAID
K Frenning (C) Fr
J W Ainsworth (C) Fr
5 01051 MY DARLING BEWARE
6 2157s JAY BEE FLEX
E J Tormey
Fr
7 27s11 PANTZUP
G Lang
Fr
8 05340 FATOUCHE
D M Castles
Fr
9 51962 ANTIOPE
A J Wilson
Fr
10 78145 FEAR NOT (r)
SCRATCHED
X V O?Connor (C) Fr
11 7s118 ALDEBARAN KIRI
PANTZUP 1, Moonlight Dream 2, Aldebaran Kiri 3, Fatouche 4.
$3.00
16.00
51.00
26.00
34.00
21.00
*2.80
12.00
34.00
?
*2.80
Quickpick
The opening event on tonight?s ripper Bendigo Cup card appears a genuine
three-horse race where each of the leading contenders brings something
different to the table. Best of that trio is 7. Pantzup who has continued her
progression from average pacer to top flight trotter with venom this prep,
winnign both her starts this campaign. The wide draw over the short trip
obviously hurts but she has devastating speed which affords her unique
versatility and that?s why she rates on top. Her chief threats will come from
1. Moonlight Dream and 11. Aldebaran Kiri. Moonlight Dream has been
placed at Group 1 level on multiple occasions and has won six of 10 times
when leading in her races which she should do tonight. The question mark
over her is exactly where she?s at since her lack of fortune first up meant
we got very little guide on how she?s travelling. We know Aldebaran Kiri
is travelling well and that she has a brutality about her racing which can
make her appear freakishly good when on song but her obstacle is the
nightmare alley over the 1650m trip. It would be a giant shock if one of
the three runners mentioned didn?t prevail but if there?s to be a blowout
it should come from 8. Fatouche who is severely underrated and who
would receive every conceivable opportunity if she followed the likely
leader through after the start.
RACE 2 DNR Logistics Pace
1650m 7.03 EQ2
C1 Only Heat. $7000.
1 s0869 SECOND HANDS
J C Brewin (C) Fr 101.00
2 73344 OZZIE MAJOR
M M Burnett Fr 51.00
3 32521 NELBELL
T J French (C) Fr 21.00
4 2030s HONEY CULLEN
M J Bellman
Fr 4.00
5 93068 THE HIGH ROLLER
HJ L Laugher Fr 26.00
6 2s14 JEAN LUC
L J Justice
Fr 2.50
7 3rs32 LIFTNTORQUE
C A Alford
Fr *1.90
HS O?Sullivan Fr 51.00
8 62549 REALY UNDER FIRE (ODM)
LIFTNTORQUE 1, Jean Luc 2, Honey Cullen 3, Nelbell 4.
There are three key runners which create plenty of interest not only here
but going forward as well. Given his brilliant gate speed and the likelihood he can cross these through the first 200m tonight the best winnign
chance of that trio is 7. Liftntorque. He has probably tested the patience
of punters as a beaten favourite in two starts this campaign and it?s also
fair to say that this represents a D-Day of some description but he?s well
above average and deserves open more chance on his very best form. His
major danger is very likely 6. Jean Luc who went exceptionally well at his
Australian debut two starts back before finding himself in an awkward role
last weekend. He?s been thrown into some Chariots of Fire markets and if
Lance has any ambitions whatsoever of chasing such lofty targets you?d
expect he?ll go very close in this. The most intriguing pacer engaged is
4. Honey Cullen. A winner of four from 33 in New Zealand he has good
gate speed and loves to roll along but may lack the genuine high speed
of his two chief rivals this evening. The rest are racing for minor money at
best headed by last start winner 3. Nelbell.
RACE 3 Bendigo Bank Pace
2150m 7.30 EQ3
4yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile Heat. $7000.
1 11s22 THE BROOKLYN BRAWLER
G R Sugars
Fr *2.00
2 29
TERRORLEEN
H E Gray
Fr 34.00
3 67s64 BARBIE MATTGREGOR
Z M Phillips (C) Fr 101.00
4 23452 BOLT THE BOMB
A M Ashwood Fr 34.00
5 21s
ROCKNROLL RONNIE
C A Alford
Fr 2.50
6 85662 LIAMS LASS
T J French (C) Fr 101.00
7 9s335 JANG PEL
R K Bartley
Fr 51.00
8 23713 CONVAIR HUSTLER
C R Bell
Fr 3.20
THE BROOKLYN BRAWLER 1, Convair Hustler 2, Rocknroll Ronnie 3,
Bolt The Bomb 4.
This is another three-horse race and also a stone cold pearler. The benchmark runner ? and our top selection tonight ? is 1. The Brooklyn Brawler.
He has sped to the front and received every conceivable hope in two runs
so far this prep but on both occasions he?s been hunted down by pretty
smart horses in Jean Luc and Alpha Charlie and one suspects that third up
form a break with a very easy lead here whatever beats him wins again.
The only two adversaries who can spoil that party are Convair Hustler and
Rocknroll Ronnie. 8. Convair Hustler was first up in Oz when sent out at
very short odds but no match whatsoever for Alpha Charlie on December
23. It was tough not to be disappointed in that effort but he did trial well
prior to that run and from the perfect trailing draw tonight he must warrant stacks of respect particularly given The Brooklyn Brawler appeals as
the kind of horse who?ll usually be most vulnerable to a quick one on his
back. The other key runner mentioned above is 5. Rocknroll Ronnie.
He was devastating in his defeat of Rackemup Tigerpie before that horse
turned into a killing machine and while he resumes tonight being a member of the E Stewart camp means there?s every chance he could turn up
tonight and smash this lot to smithereens. Nothing else can feature here
though best of the rest are 4. Bolt The Bomb and 2. Terrorleen.
RACE 4 Petstock Caribu Rug
2150m 8.00 EQ4
C2 Only RBD Mobile. $7000.
1 05144 MAKEN ART MAGIC
C N Shinn
Fr 101.00
2 68332 DEAREST
A M Butt
Fr 26.00
3 16s11 PISTOL ABBEY
C A Alford
Fr *1.80
4 01s22 BRAEVIEW BONDI
J L Duggan
Fr 2.20
5 15216 DISTINCTIVE DEL
M M Burnett Fr 16.00
6 21441 CULLENS LEGEND
A M Ashwood Fr 26.00
E Brosnan
Fr 6.50
7 18732 MAJESTIC CRUISER (ODM)
PISTOL ABBEY 1, Braeview Bondi 2, Majestic Cruiser 3, Dearest 4.
One can only hope everybody is feeling good about three-horse races by
now because we have yet another one here though unlike the first three
events this one isn?t as easy to read from a mapping perspective. Depending upon what happens early the clear testing material is 3. Pistol Abbey.
She surprised many with her super runs through last season?s Breeders
Crown series but has proven they were no fluke with two ripper wins from
as many runs this time in. if she leads or trails she should salute here with
her major threat being the very gifted 4. Braeview Bondi who just got
held up at an inopportune time last start and 7. Majestic Cruiser who was
beaten a long way by rising megastar Born To Rocknroll last time out but
finished off well following a top effort behind Bopper Jet and Braeview
Bondi the start prior. If he could remedy his inclination to hang he?d be
a very nice horse. Nothing else outside that top trio can salute though
2. Dearest has gate speed and was super last start so goes somewhere
in exotic wagers.
RACE 5 Maori Mile
Tips and quickpicks
by Jason Bonnington
TAB CODE: MH
1609m 8.30 DD1 Q1
Group 1 Trotters TM0 Or Better RBD Mobile. $50,000.
1 78145 FEAR NOT (r)
G R Conroy
Fr 151.00
2 55703 KINGDOM COME
A M Ashwood Fr 17.00
3 28148 KYVALLEY BLUR
C A Alford
Fr 7.00
4 29493 ENROLLED
G F Webster
Fr 34.00
5 14220 BIG JACK HAMMER
SCRATCHED
?
6 19112 DANCE CRAZE
R W Petroff
Fr 5.00
7 11111 TORNADO VALLEY
K M Gath
Fr *1.40
8 37135 ROCK TONIGHT
G R Sugars
Fr 71.00
9 26539 RED HOT TOOTH
Z M Phillips (C) Fr 34.00
10 22225 SAVE OUR PENNYS
G Lang
Fr 19.00
11 23511 PIZZA QUEEN
K Frenning (C) Fr 61.00
TORNADO VALLEY 1, Dance Craze 2, Save Our Pennys 3, Kyvalley Blur 4.
If the draws had landed a little differently here but 7. Tornado Valley had
still lobbed gate seven then we may have finally found a race in which
he?d be genuinely vulnerable but with fast-starting stablemate Kingdom
Come drawn to rapidly assume the front then protect that position until
his Inter Dominion-winnign co-habitant works across the field it seems
clear that Tornado Valley will prevail again. If life doesn?t pan out as simply
as stated above then there are probably three runners that can provide
the knockout blow headed up by star mare 6. Dance Craze. Due to circumstances more than anything else she has been cast into difficult roles
at the rear of the field in most of her recent outings but tonight Rocket
Petroff should go forward early and if they aren?t fast enough to lead
they?ll at least be on the premises and close enough to strike. The other
chief protagonists are your usual suspects in 10. Save Our Pennys and
3. Kyvalley Blur while 2. Kingdom Come should also run a race if he
leads and trails as expected.
RACE 6 Strath Village IGA 1650m 9.00
Q2
C5 Or Better PBD Mobile. $10,000.
1 08112 MAESTRO BELLINI
Z M Phillips (C) Fr 5.00
2 827s8 YERRINGTON BOB
R K Bartley
Fr 51.00
3 21s11 ROCK CLASSIC
K Frenning (C) Fr 12.00
4 s1621 BEACH SURGE
K M Gath
Fr *2.00
5 46171 ITMADEMYDAY
M J Bellman
Fr 26.00
6 31434 WARDAN EXPRESS
M J Craven
Fr 3.20
7 29754 REPEAT AFTER ME
N A McCallum Fr 34.00
8 46325 THE BETTORMACK
L J Justice
Fr 21.00
9 13411 FLOJOS GOLD
E J Tormey
Fr 12.00
BEACH SURGE 1, Wardan Express 2, Maestro Bellini 3, Flojos Gold 4.
Tactics are always critical in high class Harness Races but in this event they
could mean everything. First of all let?s explore the scenarios. There are
three blazing beginners drawn off the front line; Maestro Bellini, Beach
Surge and Wardan Express and they are the race?s three key winnign
hopes. One would lean to the concept that Zac Phillips and Maestro Bellini hold the aces given he can probably hold everything wide if that is the
plan. If he does lead then life becomes much tougher for his major threats,
if he hands over it would probably be to Beach Surge who almost couldn?t
lose. Because of his stunning record when in front over short trips and the
fact he went so exceptionally well winnign from the breeze at Melton last
start 4. Beach Surge simply must rate on top but 6. Wardan Express is a
serious horse who wouldn?t need many favours to prove a major stumbling
block. There is a gap back to 1. Maestro Bellini given he?ll need a career
best effort to win regardless of what happens in transit though he can?t
be entirely ruled out and at giant odds it would be worth throwing 8. The
Bettormack somewhere into exotics.
RACE 7 Bendigo Pacing Cup 2650m 9.30 DD2 Q3
Group 2 M0 Or Better. $70,000.
1 65554 BERNIE WINKLE
M M Burnett Fr 51.00
2 30495 BAD BILLY
G Lang
Fr 41.00
3 52723 LET IT RIDE
A M Butt
Fr 4.00
4 22530 SAN CARLO
R K Bartley
Fr *1.40
5 72451 LOVE INA CHEVY
L J Justice
Fr 34.00
6 21210 ANIMATED
C A Alford
Fr 51.00
7 82122 STAR OF MEMPHIS
K M Gath
Fr 14.00
8 32172 MOTU GATECRASHER
G F Webster
Fr 51.00
9 1115s STROKE OF LUCK
K E Manning
Fr 21.00
10 21341 GLENFERRIE BLADE
J N Quinlan
Fr 41.00
11 s1321 DELIGHT ME
K Frenning (C) Fr 13.00
SAN CARLO 1, Let It Ride 2, Star Of Memphis 3, Delight Me 4.
Despite the fact that 4. San Carlo is a dominant favourite to claim this
year?s Bendigo Pacing Cup the most crucial runner engaged here, without
doubt, is 3. Let It Ride and these are the questions which surround him;
Is he fast enough early on to burrow through underneath the hot-pop and
find the pegs first? Can he hold that position for long enough to make San
Carlo work? And is he going anywhere near as well as when he won the
Blacks A Fake? If the answer is yes to all three questions then we have a
serious race on our hands because on his day Let It Ride is a proven. If the
answer is no to any/all of those questions then San Carlo will work on to
the front and would only need to replicate any run he?s produced through
a wonderful campaign bar the ID final to win by a pretty convincing margin. Those looking for a blowout-provider are probably going to be disappointed given it?s exceptionally tough to see how anything can overwhelm
both San Carlo and Let It Ride but respect must be paid to up-and-coming
guns like 7. Star Of Memphis and 11. Delight Me who are yet to reach
their absolute peak along with 5. Love Ina Chey and even the perpetually
underrated 10. Glenferrie Blade.
RACE 8 Ranvet Pace
2150m 10.00
Q4
C3 To C4 PBD Mobile. $7000.
1 21134 MACELLI
C A Alford
Fr 21.00
2 819s4 SHAWAMI LASS
A M Ashwood Fr 34.00
3 s3223 KASBAH KID
G R Sugars
Fr 14.00
4 19126 VANDANTA
M M Burnett Fr 5.50
5 170s1 MASTER MOONLITE
M J Craven
Fr *1.50
6 2s252 ARTFUL CHRISTIAN
HM H Phillips Fr 21.00
7 165s3 SOFALA
D M Castles
Fr 3.00
MASTER MOONLITE 1, Sofala 2, Vandanta 3, Kasbah Kid 4.
Like so many of tonight?s races this C3 to C4 affair is an absolute cracker
though one suspects that given the wrap Mattie Craven has on 5. Master
Moonlite and the way that Queensland Derby winner prevailed first up
from a break that he can simply blow this lot away. Hardest for him to hold
out should be 7. Sofala who has looked like star of the future at different
stage sin his short career and who thundered home like the good horse he
is first up from a break last time out. The other serious player is 4. Vandanta purely by virtue of the fact he?s likely to lead and is almost always
tough to run down when he does though 3. Kasbah Kid is also a pretty
progressive customer.
RACE 9 Great Ocean Road R/E Trot 2150m 10.30
4yo & up Trotters TR0 To TR1 PBD Mobile. $4500.
1 33922 THE DEBATER
C A Alford
2 53226 LOHI LINDY
T J French (C)
3 8s338 DO BALL
H E Gray
4 63283 ALLENS DELIGHT
J Attard
5 60s42 QUICK WITTED
K M Gath
6 32027 CRAZY BEN (ODM)
C D Svanosio
CRAZY BEN 1, The Debater 2, Quick Witted 3, Lohi Lindy 4.
Fr 3.20
Fr 5.00
Fr 6.50
Fr 34.00
Fr 4.00
Fr *2.50
RACE 10 Worlds Best Hoof Oil Trot 2150m 11.00
4yo & up Trotters TR0 To TR1 PBD Mobile. $4500.
1 05836 MAJESTIC PINEVALE
R A Graham
2 40753 TENNOEAGLE
J L Duggan
3 272s4 MAJESTIC DEVIL
SCRATCHED
4 sr524 AZTEC INTI
E J Tormey
5 89868 LOUIEVILLE LASS
B Shipway
6 77s90 DELLSUN (ODM)
G R Sugars
AZTEC INTI 1, Tennoeagle 2, Majestic Pinevale 3, Dellsun 4.
Fr
Fr
3.50
2.50
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Fr *1.80
Fr 21.00
Fr 34.00
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MENANGLE HARNESS
Muscle to
be strong
for Tritton
AMANDA RANDO
HARNESS RACING
EARLY tactics will be vital in
tonight?s Group 2 Simpson Memorial at Menangle according to
reinswoman Lauren Tritton.
The premiership winning
driver is taking the reins behind the $1.33 TAB Fixed Odds
favourite Muscle Factory and
drawing barrier one with the
colt has not made the situation
any easier Tritton admitted.
?It?s an awkward barrier for
him as he does have early speed
but for his whole two-year-old
season we drove him with handbrakes on early and just drove
him out easy to stay out of trouble,? said Tritton.
?This draw won?t allow us to
do that and this is a pretty fast
front line.?
One rival Tritton will have
her eyes on early is Victorian
visitor Lochinvar Art.
The colt is the only other
starter in single figure odds at
$4.20 and will begin from outside the front line.
?It will be interesting to see
what they do with him early
and it will be interesting to see
Muscle Factory and Lochinvar
Art race each other again,? said
Tritton.
?Muscles is tough whereas
Lochinvar Art has a quick last
half in him.
?Lochinvar Art has been running some ridiculous sectionals
in Victoria and just drawn where
he has, you would expect that
they will have to put him into
the race at some stage.?
Muscle Factory and Lochinvar Art clashed in the Breeders
Challenge Final last June with
the pair finishing third and second respectively.
Lochinvar Art has had two
starts this season for a win and
a second while Muscle Factory
is first up from a spell.
?We couldn?t have him any
better,? said Tritton.
?He went super winning his
trial and there has been some
good form come out of that trial
too.?
Meanwhile, Tritton?s other
two starters have already raced
this season.
This includes Petes Big Jim
which finished sixth at Menangle on December 18.
?He got himself beat last start
over-racing, pulling outside the
leader which is not his go,? said
Tritton.
?He is the fastest two-yearold out of the gate that I?ve ever
driven so should be suited by his
draw.?
Tritton?s other starter is Petes
Said So.
?He has blistering early speed
as well,? said Tritton.
?He is the highest assessed
horse in the race so deserves his
spot in the field.?
Petes Said So will be driven by
Lachie Manzelmann while Josh
Aiken has obtained the drive on
Petes Big Jim.
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RACE 1 Miracle Mile Packages Available 1609m
Tonight
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7. MAJOR LEAGUE handy win $1.40
(Fr2) over Lucky Artist 4m Bankstown
1740m (1:58.0) C6+ race Dec 21 then was
a handy winner $1.90 (Fr3) over Dance
For Glory 4.5m Penrith 1720m (1:55.3)
C5+ race Dec 27. Winner at past two runs
and shorter trip shouldn?t cause any problems; should be suited and ratings agree.
6. DANCE FOR GLORY covered extra
ground and raced wide late when 0.4m
2nd $2.50 (Sr3) Lenny The Legend Albion
Park 1660m (1:55.2) C4-C6 race Dec 11 then
solid effort when 4.5m 2nd $2.20 (Fr1)
Major League NZ Penrith 1720m (1:55.3)
C5+ race Dec 27. Has placed twice in past
three starts and is twice a winner over the
track and distance; expect bold showing.
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MARK OF INTEGRITY
MAJORS BLUE JEAN
DOUBLE ENCOUNTER
ROCKNROLL ANGEL
THE PACMAN
DANCE FOR GLORY
MAJOR LEAGUE
THE TIMES A CHANGING (Em1)
IM THE DIRECTOR
MRS BROWNS BOY
LOMBO IDLE BELIEF
6.13 EQ1
3. DOUBLE ENCOUNTER eased early
when 10.5m 3rd $14 (Fr9) Bettermatch Menangle 1609m (1:52.5) M0 race Dec 8 then
10.
D R Morris
J R Ponsonby
S A Lippiatt (C)
G J Fitzpatrick
J N Douglass
K A Turner
C M Geary (C)
W H Rixon (C)
L R Tritton
A J Turnbull
J W Aiken
11.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
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15.00
8.00
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15.00
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26.00
10.00
10.00
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1609m 6.48 EQ2
Pacers $20,000
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11. EGODAN covered extra ground when
4.2m 4th $3.20 (Sr5) Star Of Memphis
NZ Tabcorp Park 2240m the GROUP3
Schweppes Pace Final (grp3) Dec 15 then
very impressive winner $1.60 (Sr2) defeating Ima Mystery Girl 23.5m Bankstown
2540m (2:00.1) C8+ race Dec 28. Comfortable win last start at Bankstown over
2540m when well backed; racing very well,
follow. 8. LITTLE RASCAL finished 4.5m
2nd $16 (Fr1) Majordan Menangle 1609m
the GROUP3 Club Menangle FFA (grp3)
Dec 8 then beaten 13.7m 4th $18 (Fr5) My
Field Marshal NZ Menangle 1609m (1:50.9)
C4-C29 race Dec 17. Solid each way claims
in this race. 2. DASHOFLUCK finished 13m
4th $14 (Fr9) Majordan Menangle 1609m
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DASHOFLUCK
MY GENERAL LEE
MISTER BRAZIL
CELESTIAL ARDEN
POWER OF RED
DARK ENERGY
LITTLE RASCAL
HASHTAG
PACHACUTI
EGODAN
10.
L R Tritton
D J McCall
M B Towers
J W Aiken
K A Turner
N A Turnbull
D R Morris
A J Turnbull
J R Rattray
C M Geary (C)
the GROUP3 Club Menangle FFA (grp3) Dec
8 then raced wide early and covered extra
ground when 18.7m 9th $51 (Fr9) My Field
11.
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Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
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Fr
Fr
Fr
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8.00
7.00
11.00
11.00
9.00
17.00
8.00
8.00
21.00
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Marshal NZ Menangle 1609m (1:50.9) C4C29 race Dec 17. Fitter for recent runs and
drawn the pole here; could figure in finish.
EGODAN 1, Little Rascal 2, Dashofluck 3, Power Of Red 4.
RACE 3 Garrards Horse And Hound
1609m
7.15 EQ3
2.
4th $41 (Fr5) Egodan Bankstown 2540m
(2:00.1) C8+ race Dec 28. Has placed 2 times
in last four starts; has each way hopes.
5. BULL MARKET: SCRATCHED
6. SOUTHERN GNP (D J McCall) 7 Gelding
By Live Or Die USA - Gross Misconduct NZ
$107,612 (89:11-5-17): Slow to begin when
11.2m 4th $5.50 (Fr1) Senor Macray Menangle 1609m (1:52.1) M1 race Dec 17. Just
out of the placings last start; can run a useful race here; has definite chance.
7. IM INTENSE (J Conolly) 8 Gelding By
Four Starzzz Shark Ca - Oh Ren Ishi $119,286
(139:17-21-13): Slow to begin when 41.5m
10th $101 (Fr3) Our Triple Play NZ Bathurst
2790m the GROUP2 Shirley Turnbull Mem
(grp2) Dec 26. Fitness the query.
8. JAMES DEAN (K A Turner) 5 Gelding By
Santanna Blue Chip USA - Alegria NZ $59,519
(27:7-4-4): Handy win $1.80 (Fr6) over Vasari
NZ 2.2m Goulburn 2240m (1:56.9) C2-C3 race
Dec 24. Last start winner and also a winner
fourth up previously; expect bold run again.
9. DEANO ROBYN (I C Wilson) 9 Gelding
By Washington VC USA - Robyns? A Holmes
NZ $200,769 (166:20-26-24): Failed to get
a clear run, tightened during running and
checked when beaten 16m 7th $8.50 (Fr3)
Senor Macray Menangle 1609m (1:52.1) M1
race Dec 17. In the money chance.
10. MOJO MAJOR (S P Tritton, L R Tritton) 7 Rig By Art Major USA - Serenity
Franco NZ $170,899 (92:19-18-8): Eased
early when 0.5m 2nd $4.20 (Fr4) Senor
Macray Menangle 1609m (1:52.1) M1 race
Dec 17. Solid run last start when a close
second; strong claims on best.
11. BETTERMATCH (T G Butt) 6 Horse
By Kenneth J USA - Livelymatch $122,473
(16:13-0-1): Won $1.40 (Fr1) narrowly
defeating Redbank Addi 1m Menangle
1609m the M0 Christmas Gift (grp3) Dec
17. Winner at both starts this preparation
and can use his gate speed to counter poor
draw; has the ratings to win.
JAMES DEAN 1, Bettermatch 2, Mojo Major 3, Elroy Jetson 4.
RACE 6 Club Menangle Simpson Mem
1609m 8.45 Q2
Group 2 3yo C&Gs RBD Mobile $50,000 u FIRST4 JACKPOT $2,000
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1. MUSCLE FACTORY (S P Tritton, L R Tritton) 3 Colt By Roll With Joe USA - Malena
$112,655 (9:5-1-2): Very impressive winner
(Fr7) over Miss Moneybags 37.5m Albion
Park 1660m the 2Y-GP1 Albion Pk Gold
Sale Graduate 2YO (grp1) Aug 11. Back from
a spell but already winner of 5 from 9; definite chance on form and figures.
2. OUR UNCLE JIM: SCRATCHED
3. SHOOBEE DOO (A J Turnbull) 3 Colt By
Shoobees Place USA - Lavish Art $60,450
(10:5-2-1): Ran 3.7m 4th $10 (Fr6) Hardhitter Menangle 1609m the 2Y-GP1 Nsw
Breeders Challenge 2YOC&G (grp1)
Jul 1. Resumes here, already a winner of 5
from 10 and placed first-up before, gets a
nice draw here and should be very competitive.
4. PETES BIG JIM (S P Tritton, L R Tritton)
3 Gelding By Big Jim USA - Foxi $71,334
(15:4-2-5): Ran 9.5m 6th $1.80 (Fr8) Miss
Streisand NZ Menangle 1609m (1:53.0)
C0-C1 race Dec 18. A slight hiccup last start
but in contention on prior win.
5. MAKE MINE MEMPHIS (B J Hewitt) 3
Gelding By Rock N Roll Heaven USA - Make
Mine Cullen $25,900 (12:2-3-1): Eased
early, raced wide early and used the sprint
lane when 4.5m 2nd $2.20 (Fr7) Uncle Jord
Bathurst 1730m (1:55.4) 3C0-3C1 race Dec
26. Win and two minor placings from three
runs this prep; distance suits, each way
prospects.
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MUSCLE FACTORY
OUR UNCLE JIM
SHOOBEE DOO
PETES BIG JIM
MAKE MINE MEMPHIS
THE IDEAL DANCER
BETTOR JIGGLE
HEART OF COOPER (Em1)
PETES SAID SO (Em2)
UNCLE JORD
ZOLIVER
LOCHINVAR ART
6. THE IDEAL DANCER (R J Alchin) 3
Gelding By American Ideal USA - Jennas
Dancer $12,925 (7:3-1-0): Convincing winner $2.30 (Fr4) defeating Wild Man 7m
Goulburn 1710m (1:58.9) 3C0-3C1 race Dec
30. Each way at best.
7. BETTOR JIGGLE (J S Turnbull) 3 Colt
By Bettors Delight USA - Glenferrie Lady
$25,690 (17:3-4-3): Beaten 5.5m 3rd $16
(Fr3) Uncle Jord Bathurst 1730m (1:55.4)
3C0-3C1 race Dec 26. Improving with racing.
8. HEART OF COOPER (D M Hewitt) 3
Gelding By Sportswriter USA - Dont Leave
Me Kate $19,870 (12:2-4-2): Beaten 13.5m
2nd $3.10 (Fr5) Gooddealehemily NZ Goulburn 1710m (1:55.9) C0 race Dec 24. On
form could place.
9. PETES SAID SO (S P Tritton, L R Tritton)
3 Colt By Well Said USA - Kamwood Smarty
L R Tritton
SCRATCHED
A J Turnbull
J W Aiken
B J Hewitt
R J Alchin
N A Turnbull
D M Hewitt
L S Manzelmann (C)
SCRATCHED
D R Morris
D N Moran
Fr
*1.35
Fr
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Fr 10.00
Fr 19.00
Fr 71.00
Fr 81.00
Fr 151.00
Fr 151.00
Fr 151.00
Fr
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Fr 34.00
Fr
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NZ $12,650 (8:2-1-3): Beaten 4.5m 4th $2.60
(Fr5) Majesticintherain Bankstown 2140m
(2:03.4) C1 race Dec 21. Not out of it on sound
third two back; improver, run well.
10. UNCLE JORD: SCRATCHED
11. ZOLIVER (A Taiba) 3 Colt By Mach
Three Ca - Aston Villa USA $17,090 (9:1-12): Broke during running when 24.5m 3rd
$5.90 (Sr2) Soho Thunderstruck Maryborough 2190m (1:56.0) 3C0-3C1 race Dec 21.
Lightly raced and bears watching on a nice
third last start.
12. LOCHINVAR ART (L E Crossland) 3
Colt By Modern Art USA - Ponder In Paris
$118,890 (11:7-3-1): Eased early when 0.5m
2nd $1.30 (Fr5) Max Delight Shepparton
2190m (1:58.4) 3C0-3C1 race Dec 27. Has
come back from the spell well with a win
and a place; suited this race, top chance.
MUSCLE FACTORY 1, Lochinvar Art 2, Shoobee Doo 3, Petes Big Jim 4.
Mares Mares $20,400
1.
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
beaten 8.5m 4th $15 (Fr2) Bettermatch
Menangle 1609m the M0 Christmas Gift
(grp3) Dec 17. Needs to lift ratings.
MAJOR LEAGUE 1, Dance For Glory 2, Double Encounter 3, Mrs Browns Boy 4.
RACE 2 tab.com.au Pace
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APPLIES. MOBILE (10) STAND (10)
TIPS BY iFORM
ON SKY RACING 1
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RACE 7 Miracle Mile Restaurant January 1609m 9.15 DD2 Q3
Pacers $14,000
11. REAZA GRUNTER back from a spell.
Solid effort when 5.7m 7th $1.80 (Fr10)
Miss Riviera Belle NZ Menangle 1609m
the GROUP3 Frith Stakes (grp3) Jun 23
then ran 17.7m 9th $1.60 (Fr10) Lola Jones
NZ Menangle 1609m (1:52.7) C3-C12 race
Aug 4. Back from a break and expected to
runs well fresh, has genuine gate speed to
overcome poor draw; in top form, fancied.
10. ROCKER BAND raced well when 2m
2nd $4.20 (Fr4) Eye See Diamonds Menangle 1609m the MS-GP3 Teeny Teeny Stakes
(grp3) Dec 1 then caught the eye defeating
Real Obsession NZ 1.7m $2.30 (Fr4) Menangle 1609m (1:51.8) C4+ race Dec 17. Last
start winner when having its fourth run this
prep; has to be respected this grade.
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COME CULLECT (Em1)
LAST PARTY
MY VENICE BEACH
SWEET AS CANDY
IMA MYSTERY GIRL
DU VELLA
MISS GRACELAND
REDBANK ADDI
ROCKER BAND
REAZA GRUNTER
L S Manzelmann (C) Fr
Fr
A J Turnbull
Fr
J E Trainor
Fr
E Rixon (C)
Fr
J R Grimson (C)
Fr
G J Fitzpatrick
Fr
J W Aiken
Fr
K A Turner
Fr
C M Geary (C)
Fr
L R Tritton
Fr
9. REDBANK ADDI out of position at
the start and eased early when 8.5m 2nd
$2.40 (Fr6) Lombo Idle Belief Menangle
1609m (1:51.1) M0 race Dec 8 then eased
21.00
9.00
9.00
11.00
11.00
8.00
11.00
8.00
9.00
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*3.50
early when 1m 2nd $41 (Fr6) Bettermatch
Menangle 1609m the M0 Christmas Gift
(grp3) Dec 17. A win and a last start second
from past three runs; could full a minor.
REAZA GRUNTER 1, Rocker Band 2, Redbank Addi 3, Ima Mystery Girl 4.
RACE 4 Hrnsw Guaranteed Ladyship 1609m 7.47 EQ4
Mares C0 To C4 $14,280
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8. CHEVRONS REWARD back from a spell.
Was a handy winner $1.20 (Fr9) over Derringer
NZ 4.2m Newcastle 1609m (1:55.1) C0-C1 race
May 19 then sound effort when 9.2m 6th $16
(Fr2) Sociable NZ Albion Park 2138m the 3FGP2 Queensland Oaks (grp2) Jul 14. First-up
here but goes well fresh and has solid winning
form with 6 wins from 13 starts; could find best
again, can challenge. 11. ARTS TREASURE
broke during running when distanced 12th $82
(Sr4) Shez All Rock Tabcorp Park 2240m the
3F-GP1 Victoria Oaks (grp1) Apr 27 then easy
winner $1.90 (Fr5) over My Major Rocket NZ
7m Menangle 1609m (1:52.2) C0-C4 race Dec
17. Sound win first-up and has placed secondup before; respect in this class, top rater.
9. SHEZALLAPPLES eased early when 8.5m
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DYNAMITE DENN NEE
STYX VIXEN
PAY ME OVERS
IM WITH LEXY
OUR AMERICAN PRINCESS
COME CULLECT
NEW YORK RAIN (Em1)
CHEVRONS REWARD
SHEZALLAPPLES
BRONSKI BELLE
ARTS TREASURE
4th $7.50 (Fr6) Arts Treasure Menangle 1609m
(1:52.2) C0-C4 race Dec 17 then very impressive winner $1.30 (Fr1) over Kleened Out NZ
18.2m Bankstown 2140m (1:59.2) C2-C3 race
10.
M C Muscat
P G Bull
W H Rixon (C)
B J Hewitt
J P Gallagher (C)
L S Manzelmann (C)
C A McDowell
L R Tritton
J N Douglass
K A Turner
J R Rattray
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Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
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34.00
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21.00
13.00
11.00
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6.00
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Dec 28. Easy winner in weaker grade last start
at Bankstown over 2140m, needs to overcome
poor draw but is a quality competitor for this
field; suited here on best.
CHEVRONS REWARD 1, Arts Treasure 2, Shezallapples 3, Bronski Belle 4.
RACE 5 Ainsworth Game Technology 1609m 8.20 DD1 Q1
M1 Only $20,400
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1. LOCHINVER (R J Alchin) 9 Gelding By
Mach Three Ca - Electrify NZ $285,230
(145:23-11-20): Eased early when 21m 5th
$34 (Fr7) Left Tennant Goulburn 2240m
(1:57.9) C5+ race Dec 30. Drawn well but
will need to improve.
2. ELROY JETSON (K J Pizzuto) 8 Gelding
By Jeremes Jet USA - Zenardle NZ $159,743
(126:21-17-16): Tightened during running
when 29.5m 7th $12 (Sr3) Major League NZ
Bankstown 1740m (1:58.0) C6+ race Dec
21. Not on recent runs.
3. VINNY CHASE (A Taiba) 8 Gelding By
Art Major USA - Stihletto $115,404 (68:1310-7): Pulled hard when 20m 6th $50 (Fr7)
Without You Tabcorp Park 2240m (1:56.4)
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LOCHINVER (Em1)
ELROY JETSON
VINNY CHASE
MACCA KELLY
BULL MARKET
SOUTHERN GNP
IM INTENSE
JAMES DEAN
DEANO ROBYN
MOJO MAJOR
BETTERMATCH
M1 race Dec 29. Suited over the distance
range and competitive from this draw;
each way chance.
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10.
R J Alchin
L S Manzelmann (C)
D R Morris
J W Aiken
SCRATCHED
D J McCall
A J Turnbull
K A Turner
J N Douglass
L R Tritton
C M Geary (C)
11.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
34.00
26.00
9.00
21.00
?
26.00
34.00
4.00
11.00
7.00
*1.70
4. MACCA KELLY (W P Dimech) 10 Gelding By Mach Three Ca - Miss Paula $305,957
(147:26-26-20): Eased early when 36m
Best Bet: Egodan (Race 2) Value Bet: James Dean (Race 5)
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1.
2.
3.
1. LOCHINVER (R J Alchin) 9 Gelding By
Mach Three Ca - Electrify NZ $285,230
(145:23-11-20): Eased early when 21m 5th
$34 (Fr7) Left Tennant Goulburn 2240m
(1:57.9) C5+ race Dec 30. Not on recent runs.
2. SALTY ROBYN (S P Tritton, L R Tritton)
6 Gelding By Art Official Ca - Holly Robyn
NZ $222,435 (38:17-3-2): Raced wide early
when 10.7m 2nd $1.80 (Fr8) Major Crocker
Menangle 1609m (1:52.2) C5+ race Nov
27. Useful run last start when second over
1609m here; has the ratings for this.
3. JEDI MIND (S P Tritton, L R Tritton) 8
Gelding By Real Desire USA - Ally Luvzit
$179,950 (93:19-13-10): Had a flat tyre
when 18.2m 8th $13 (Fr4) Gotta Go Henry
Menangle 1609m (1:51.7) C3+ race Dec 17.
Lacks appeal.
4. AZTEC BROMAC (K A Turner) 7 Gelding
By American Ideal USA - Agnes Patron NZ
$342,993 (107:18-18-12): Eased early and
failed to get a clear run when beaten 5.5m
7th $7.00 (Fr7) My General Lee Bathurst
1730m (1:55.6) C5+ race Dec 26. Ratings
suggest place chance.
5. OUTRAGEOUS EL (D J Thorn) 8 Gelding By Elsu NZ - Out Raged NZ $269,773
(123:22-23-16): Beaten 2.5m 2nd $2.70
(Fr3) Gotta Go Henry Menangle 1609m
(1:51.7) C3+ race Dec 17. Good run last start
4.
5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
09075
95982
40768
69207
84462
86156
s5312
79100
41071
63023
6.
7.
8.
LOCHINVER
SALTY ROBYN
JEDI MIND
AZTEC BROMAC
OUTRAGEOUS EL
REDBANK BLAZE
LETS KATCHMEIFUCAN
MAJOR CROCKER
SENOR MACRAY
EH EF EL
when 2nd at this track over this distance;
keep in mind here.
6. REDBANK BLAZE (K A Turner) 5 Gelding By Rocknroll Hanover USA - African
Dancer $181,310 (81:15-9-8): Covered extra
ground when 51m 6th $6.50 (Sr1) Egodan
Bankstown 2540m (2:00.1) C8+ race Dec
28. Useful each wayer.
7. LETS KATCHMEIFUCAN (B J Hewitt) 5
Gelding By Panspacificflight USA - McKenzie Jaccka NZ $48,145 (23:8-4-3): Good
effort when 0.7m 2nd (Fr1) My General Lee
Bathurst 1730m (1:55.6) C5+ race Dec 26.
Has won and placed twice at last four runs;
look for bold run.
8. MAJOR CROCKER (M Doltoff) 8 Gelding
By Art Major USA - Aratusa Lass $693,043
(100:30-11-10): Ran 28m 10th $13 (Fr1) My
9.
10.
R J Alchin
L R Tritton
L S Manzelmann (C)
J P Gallagher (C)
J E Trainor
K A Turner
B J Hewitt
M B Towers
HS A Grayling
J W Aiken
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
26.00
*2.80
9.00
13.00
8.00
26.00
8.00
3.00
13.00
7.00
Field Marshal NZ Menangle 1609m (1:50.9)
C4-C29 race Dec 17. A winner this track and
trip and should show early gate speed to
overcome barrier; each way contender.
9. SENOR MACRAY (P R J Fitzpatrick) 6
Gelding By Dawn Ofa New Day USA - Signorina Macray $110,370 (64:14-9-7): Battled on gamely defeating Mojo Major 0.5m
$12 (Fr7) Menangle 1609m (1:52.1) M1 race
Dec 17. Form not good enough.
10. EH EF EL (S P Tritton, L R Tritton) 7
Gelding By Christian Cullen NZ - Nature
Franco NZ $107,862 (49:13-7-5): Eased
early when 4.2m 3rd $3.60 (Fr7) Gotta Go
Henry Menangle 1609m (1:51.7) C3+ race
Dec 17. Building to a win with consecutive
minor placings past two, can overcome
tough draw; could bring best.
SALTY ROBYN 1, Outrageous El 2, Redbank Blaze 3, Aztec Bromac 4.
RACE 8 Chinese New Year February 2 1609m 9.43 Q4
M0 Only RBD Mobile $11,220
1.
2.
3.
1. SPORTS CHATON (K A Turner) 7 Gelding By Sportswriter USA - Guida Chaton
$102,379 (81:13-12-15): Eased early and
checked when beaten 28m 5th $126 (Fr7)
The Pacman NZ Menangle 2300m (1:55.5)
M0 race Dec 17. Just out of the placings last
start and a winner here previously; useful
each wayer.
2. GOODTIME SLATER (J Conolly) 9
Gelding By American Ideal USA - Lifes
Just Magic $98,690 (122:16-10-11): Beaten
9.5m 7th $14 (Sr3) Hot Flush NZ Penrith
2125m (1:59.7) C3-C4 race Dec 27. On best
form would be a chance.
3. IDLE HANDS (T D Williams) 9 Gelding
By Falcon Seelster USA - Step On The Gas
$73,730 (145:16-8-14): Beaten 19m 8th
$8.00 (Sr2) Uncle Jay Bankstown 2140m
(1:59.9) C4-C7 race Dec 28. Solid each way
hope.
4. FLYING PEGASUS (I C Wilson) 7 Gelding By Tiz A Masterpiece USA - Artesian
Lady $104,553 (138:15-24-22): Beaten
1m 3rd $6.00 (Fr3) Uncle Jay Bankstown
2140m (1:59.9) C4-C7 race Dec 28. Has
won here before and ran an improved race
last start; each way.
5. THE TIMES A CHANGING (J S Rando)
5 Gelding By Changeover NZ - Tina Kilena
NZ $39,770 (36:7-6-4): Hung in during
the race when beaten 28m 5th $18 (Fr5)
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5.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
07895
84987
90918
58643
64125
s2448
966s6
74545
37s62
37673
6.
7.
SPORTS CHATON
GOODTIME SLATER
IDLE HANDS
FLYING PEGASUS
THE TIMES A CHANGING
AFTERDINNERSPEAKER
ROARN
JAKES SPORTWRITER
SHAPE UP MIKE
TWO PLY
Shezallapples Bankstown 2140m (1:59.2)
C2-C3 race Dec 28. Strong each way claims.
6. AFTERDINNERSPEAKER (S P Tritton,
L R Tritton) 5 Gelding By Well Said USA Luckisaladytonight NZ $47,138 (29:5-4-3):
Finished 23.5m 8th $71 (Sr3) Delilaah NZ
Bathurst 1730m (1:54.0) C1-C2 race Nov 9.
Drew a wide barrier here but rates highly
against this field, proven this course and
distance; rates on top.
7. ROARN (D M Rowell) 6 Gelding By P
B Bullville USA - Beckoning NZ $100,166
(59:12-15-6): Finished 23m 6th $45 (Sr3)
Faster Blaster Canberra 2170m (1:59.0)
R3+ race Dec 16. Fitter for first-up run and
proven second-up; take beating here.
8. JAKES SPORTWRITER (K J Pizzuto)
5 Horse By Sportswriter USA - Tika USA
$74,570 (61:12-8-13): Out of position at
AFTERDINNERSPEAKER 1, Jakes Sportwriter 2, Goodtime Slater 3, Idle Hands 4.
8.
9.
K A Turner
S A Grayling (C)
J R Grimson (C)
J N Douglass
W H Rixon (C)
L R Tritton
D M Rowell
C M Geary (C)
M C Muscat
A J Turnbull
10.
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
8.00
26.00
13.00
26.00
11.00
*2.10
15.00
9.00
21.00
3.50
the start and eased early when 24.5m 5th
$16 (Fr5) Major League NZ Penrith 1720m
(1:55.3) C5+ race Dec 27. Has 3 wins at this
track; will be a serious contender here,
rates well.
9. SHAPE UP MIKE (M A Teuma) 6 Gelding By Bettors Delight USA - Holme Safely
$73,425 (78:9-8-14): Beaten 0.4m 2nd $12
(Sr1) Uncle Jay Bankstown 2140m (1:59.9)
C4-C7 race Dec 28. Fitter for recent runs
and placed twice in last four runs.
10. TWO PLY (A J Turnbull) 6 Gelding By
Rock N Roll Heaven USA - On The Double
NZ $51,244 (62:7-7-4): Checked when
2.5m 3rd $3.10 (Sr3) Barkway Arnold
Parkes 1660m (1:57.7) C3-C5 race Dec 28.
Narrowly beaten last start and poorly
drawn here, has gate speed and should be
competitive; rates as a contender.
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TRACK: Soft (5) RAIL: True
RACE 1
Aquis Farm Pre-Training
900m
1.27
1 74s1 BOOM CHICKA BOOM cn 4 J Byrne
59
2 9874 DUELLATOR cw 6
57.5
3 4526 TOFU MICK td 9
Ron Stewart
57.5
4 1416 I AM QUEEN wb 3
R Fradd
57
5 43s1 INITIALIZE wn 5
B Pengelly
57
6 5s11 METIS 7
B Stewart
57
57
7 s21s SHOWUS YA DIAMONDS w 10 D Smith
8 561s WESTROCK 12
K Mc Evoy
56
9 8s96 ACQUME h 2
J Lloyd
55.5
55.5
10 s310 ARCHER?S PARADOX w 8 SCRATCHED
11 7591 SHE?S A MITZY w 1
Ms T Williams (a3) 55.5
12 24s1 LADY MCCABE h 11
M Cahill
54
ACQUME 1, I Am Queen 2, Initialize 3, Boom Chicka Boom 4.
$7.50
151.00
151.00
4.40
7.00
14.00
8.50
34.00
*2.00
?
81.00
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)
59
2 5141 ROSENDAHL RED 6
M Murphy (a2)
58.5
3 6815 SHIRANDA w 11
B Stewart
58
4 s845 PHANTOM SHADOW 4 M Mc Gillivray
56.5
5 9414 VISERION 9
J Oliver
55.5
6 0036 MISS SARA w 10
D Smith
55
7 64 HE?S THE DEEL 2
L Tarrant
54.5
8 6613 WINDERMERE wbh 3
J Lloyd
54.5
9 6256 LOLLIPOP ROCKET b 5 C Whiteley
54
10 0784 BLACKLOG h 8
Ron Stewart
54
11 7452 ON THE TWEED 7
S Galloway
54
ROSENDAHL RED 1, Miss Sara 2, Barefoot 3, Windermere 4.
*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
PRIORITISE 1, Articus 2, Miss Shanti 3, Aqua Vite 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
RANCHO MONTOYA 1, Evolo 2, Idle Situation 3, Kay Kay Boy 4.
RACE 5 Spill The Beans Hcp
12.00
14.00
9.50
*3.60
4.60
26.00
14.00
61.00
18.00
14.00
21.00
14.00
26.00
19.00
26.00
34.00
1200m 3.52 EQ4
$75,000. Open. Apprentices can claim.
1 s446 TYZONE cdwh 10
J Guthmann-Chester (a2)
2 24s0 SUSPENSE dwn 3
K Mc Evoy
3 s435 DREAM FINNISH dw 5 D Smith
4 1321 KIEVANN cdwn 8
5 6s98 PRINCEFAMOUS h 11
Ms T Harrison
6 6121 IMPREGNABLE dwh 4
J Lloyd
7 s3s0 MOGADOR wh 7
R Fradd
8 23s0 PRIMAL FLIGHT cdh 1
M Mc Gillivray
Ms C Frater-Hill (a3)
9 s0s6 BRATISLAVA hn 2
10 s727 BIG TREE cdh 6
M Cahill
11 s732 SWORD OF JUSTICE dwb 12 J Oliver
12 1416 I AM QUEEN wb 9
SCRATCHED
IMPREGNABLE 1, Tyzone 2, Bratislava 3, Suspense 4.
RACE 1
1.27
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$105,000. 2yo. Apprentices can claim.
$45,000. Class 3 SW. Apprentices can claim.
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Tips by Nathan Exelby
TAB CODE: BR
(900m)
1. BOOM CHICKA BOOM (L D Kelly) 4g By All Too
Hard - Stolen Beauty (7:3-1-0): 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 firstup. 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): Safely held in 12Н 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): No match when 7М
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): Battled
away for 1М 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): First-up finished 2О
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.
6. METIS (T J Gollan) 5m By I Am Invincible - Mehitabel (NZ) (8:3-2-1): Knuckled down well to score 3О
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): 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.
59
55.5
55
54.5
54.5
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
*2.80
13.00
14.00
12.00
23.00
3.50
15.00
23.00
15.00
12.00
10.00
?
1 211 THE ODYSSEY dw 10
J Orman
2
1 NEPTUNE?S SPEAR 16
B Stewart
3 4121 BETAIMA h 6
J Lloyd
4
13 HIGHTAIL w 2
SCRATCHED
5
4 LUBUK h 5
L V Cassidy
6
21 OH FIVE GLORY 13
T Marshall
7
12 BOOMSTRESS 1
L Tarrant
8
2 DEVINE FACTOR h 3
S Galloway
9 522 EXHILARATES 4
K Mc Evoy
10
1 HILLS 11
M R Du Plessis
Emergencies
11 3s5 BADOOSH 8
R Fradd
EXPLOSIVE QUALITY h 9
12
13
JOSHUA TREE 12
J Guthmann-Chester (a2)
14
REAL FOXY LADY h 15
15
CLAIRVUE MISSY h 7
R Fradd
16
4 UNDERWOOD 14
M Mc Gillivray
EXHILARATES 1, Lubuk 2, The Odyssey 3, Devine Factor 4.
2.02
6.50
15.00
7.00
?
4.60
23.00
9.50
4.40
*4.20
16.00
54
54
54
54
54
54
18.00
23.00
81.00
51.00
17.00
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
UNCONDITIONAL 1, Mystic Mist 2, Parko 3, Snow Valley 4.
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57
57
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
55.5
55
55
54.5
54.5
54
7.50
23.00
8.50
10.00
11.00
8.00
13.00
23.00
*3.30
18.00
51.00
9.50
11.00
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
2 2s49 NATCH w 5
B Stewart
3 s304 SNITZ dw 9
R Fradd
4 s591 STAR REFLECTION dw 3 D Browne
5 1131 AUERBACH ch 8
J Lloyd
6 71s0 KUBIS tw 4
Ms T Harrison
7 s673 LOOKS LIKE ELVIS cw 12 J Guthmann-Chester (a2)
8 5970 NIKITAS dw 2
Ron Stewart
9 s224 OINK w 1
J Orman
10 1140 TIME TO PLAY tch 7
SCRATCHED
11 75s5 CRUZE 10
J Byrne
12 5221 LULU EXPRESS wh 11
K Mc Evoy
13 s130 BE MY STAR w 13
SCRATCHED
NIKITAS 1, Cruze 2, Auerbach 3, No Annamossity 4.
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57.5
57.5
57
56
56
56
56
56
55.5
54.5
54
51
4.80
8.00
5.00
7.50
12.00
26.00
18.00
26.00
*4.00
?
11.00
17.00
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RACE 9 Aquis Chinese J.C. 1200m 6.25 DD2 Q4
$75,000. 0MW. Apprentices can claim.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
7912 JOHNNY BE QUICK tdw 8 D Browne
58 51.00
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
57.5 *3.40
0411 DREAM MASTER tcdh 4 J Lloyd
57
4.40
1541 VOULAIT dwn 10
L Tarrant
57 16.00
s074 AANVOERDER td 3
R Fradd
56 19.00
56 18.00
1135 CONQUERING LASS tdw 15 M Murphy (a2)
0443 GENERAL COS tdwn 12 M Schrapel (a3)
55 126.00
54.5 14.00
22s3 ABSOLUTLYPOSITIVLY cdh 16 M R Du Plessis
1425 ALL EEZ 18
N Seymour
54.5 21.00
57s2 SKATE TO PARIS db 11
Ron Stewart
54
6.00
Ms C Frater-Hill (a3) 54 126.00
1472 SABA LASS w 17
1162 GOLD SUN tcdh 14
SCRATCHED
54
?
97s7 STARWOOD dw 7
Ms T Harrison
54 151.00
1315 TRUE MYTH cdwh 13
S Galloway
54 13.00
Emergencies
17 75s5 CRUZE d 5
SCRATCHED
54
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18 50s3 GWAPO h 9
54 81.00
UNLIKELY STORY 1, Desert Man 2, Dream Master 3, Conquering Lass 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.
8. WESTROCK (M J Dunn) 4g By Pierro - Mae Gone
West (US) (7:1-1-0): Took up the running when 1М
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): Beaten but not disgraced when 2М
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 letup. 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): Inquiry into
performance when Н 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): Hung in near 800m
when 4М 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
58.5
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54.5
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54
(1800m)
1. BAREFOOT (T J Sears) 3f By Show A Heart - Hey
Blondie (8:2-3-1): Laid in on straightening when О 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): Shifted in near turn, rider told
to use more care when 1М 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): Blocked for a run
in straight, laid out throughout when 1О len 5th of
9 (8) $6.00 57.5 Mustarrid 1560m Mackay (Bm65)
Good(4) Dec 22. Awkwardly drawn. Outside chance
for multiples.
4. PHANTOM SHADOW (B J Dais) 3g By Reliable
Man (GB) - Anna Maria (NZ) (4:1-0-0): Well beaten
15Н len 5th of 6 (4) $3.50 57.5 Jet Train 1710m Ipswich Hcp (C1) Good(3) Dec 28. Only a place chance.
5. VISERION (Ben Currie) 3g By Spirit Of Boom Sweet Dragon (6:1-0-0): Fair effort in 2О len 4th of 5
(1) $19.00 54.5 Plitvice 1600m Sunshine Coast (Metro)
3yo (Bm70) Good(4) Dec 26. 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): 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): Raced greenly, laid in in straight when
1О 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): Showed tactical
speed for Н len, Н hd 3rd of 8 (8) $2.60F 56.0 Diamond Deluxe, Sckam 2000m Coffs Harbour 3yo+
(Bm58) Good(4) Dec 27. Honest customer. Decent
alley. Must be considered.
9. LOLLIPOP ROCKET (J H Manzelmann) 3f By Mahisara - She?s Candy (21:2-1-3): Kept grinding 3О 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): Eased near 1000m
when 5О 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): Hampered at start, laid in in
straight when 1О 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 5М 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 1М 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 4М len 5th of 12 (6)
$41.00 54.0 Victorem 1350m D?ben LR Lough Neagh
Good(3) Dec 15. Battled away for 2Н 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 5Н
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 2Н 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, 1О 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
О len win of 9 (3) $3.00F 55.0 Travistee, Shockfactor 1800m Sunshine Coast (Bm75) Soft(5) Nov 18.
Showed pace when 3О 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 3Н 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 3О 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 4М len 11th of 13
(8) $19.00 59.5 Kievann 1305m Ballina Open Hcp
Soft(5) Dec 7. Slowly away when 5М 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 1М len win of 11 (8) $71.00 55.0 Bryneich,
Apoloboom 1615m D?ben (Bm85) Good(4) Dec 15.
Found rivals too strong 4Н 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 О 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 4О 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 1М 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 3О 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 2О 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 1О len, Н 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 1Н len, Н
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 11Н len last of 9 (5) $13.00 58.0 Happy Go
Plucky 1800m Gold Coast (Bm75) Good(3) Dec 1.
Rolled along in front 3М 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 2Н 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 13М 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 2М len, 1О
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 2О len, lg hd 3rd of 8 (2) $4.80 57.0 Bryneich, Kathmandu 1690m Ipswich (Metro) Plate (C3)
Good(3) Dec 5. Sound when О 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 4М len 4th of 12 (5) $51.00 57.5 Lota
Creek Gold 2000m D?ben Plate (C6) Good(4) Dec 8.
Fair effort in 3О 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.
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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 3О 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 2Н 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 Н hd, Н 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 1М 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 2О 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 5Н len win
of 10 (4) $2.05F 55.5 Kaz Bar Ruby, Terrorfilo 2200m
Ipswich Mdn Good(3) Dec 14. Settled handy when
1М 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 2О 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 4Н 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 4Н
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 4О
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 2М len, 1О 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
4О 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 11О len last of 9 (3)
$31.00 58.0 Bold Chance 1200m D?ben Hcp (C6)
Good(4) Nov 24. Kept trying 1О 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
Н 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 5М 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 О len, 2М len 3rd of 8 (5) $5.50
56.0 Kievann, Red Letter Day 1200m Gold Coast Hcp
Good(4) June 16. Three wide when 5О 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 8О 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 1О 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 1М len 2nd of 6
(6) $4.80 59.5 Bat A Kat 1100m Gold Coast (Bm80)
Good(3) Dec 8. Reasonable effort 3О 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 3О len, Н 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 3М len win of 7 (4) $16.00 56.0 Guntantes, Okeechobee 1110m D?ben 2yo Hcp Soft(6)
Oct 20. Settled handy when О 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 1М 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 1О 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 1О 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.
6. OH FIVE GLORY (P & W Hulbert) 2f By Unencumbered - Distinctive Flyer (2:1-1-0): Shifted out at start
when 1М 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 1М 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 О len
win of 12 (7) $2.25F 55.0 Kallie, Concealed Dynamite
1000m Sunshine Coast 2yo Mdn Good(3) Dec 2.
Gave good sight 1Н 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 2М len 2nd
of 7 (4) $2.40F 56.0 Czarson 1000m Gosford 2yo Mdn
Good(4) Nov 24. Ran home solidly for 1М 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 О 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 О len,
1Н 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 3Н 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 4О 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 3О 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 2Н
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 1М len, Н 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 2О
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 1М
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 4М 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 2О len win of 9 (2)
$6.00 56.5 Spot On Spud, Megashot 1100m Murwillumbah Hcp (C1) Good(3) Nov 16. Posted 4Н 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
2Н 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 1О 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 Н 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 1О len 5th
of 8 (4) $12.00 54.0 Mittere 1110m D?ben 3yo Hcp
Good(3) Aug 11. Ridden on the speed Н nk, Н 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 Н 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 4О 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.
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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 2Н len 7th of 11 (7) $7.50 56.5 Legend Of Condor 1000m F?ton 3yo Swp Heavy(8) Nov 6. Only held
ground 4М 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 1О 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 О 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
Н 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 Н 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 7Н len 4th of 6 (3)
$4.40 56.5 Behemoth 1200m M Valley 3yo (Bm70)
Good(3) Dec 1. Hung in throughout when 7М 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 10М 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 6Н 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 О 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 1О 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 1М len 2nd of 9 (1) $4.00
57.5 Elite Drake 1450m Tatura (Bm70) Soft(5) Dec
9. Took up a handy position in 1Н 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 4Н len 4th
of 10 (2) $5.50 55.0 Super Swoop 2008m M?ville
(Bm70) Soft(5) Aug 25. Settled handy when first-up
6Н len 10th of 12 (11) $8.00 61.0 Amschel 1300m
Cranbourne (Bm64) Soft(6) Dec 15. SCRATCHED
5. SEATTLE PARK (M C Kent) 5g By Reset - Sealers Cove (15:2-3-2): Battled away for О len 4th of
8 (5) $7.50 55.0 Hazard Ahead 2080m Cranbourne
(Bm78) Heavy(10) May 11. No match when 4М 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 2Н len
win of 7 (1) $3.10 57.0 Frankiedee, Ennis 1900m Geelong Synthetic (Bm64) Synthetic Sept 21. Dropped
out 13М 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
Н 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 Н 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 Н nk 2nd of 11 (8)
$2.70F 59.0 Blues Your Ball 1000m Moe (Bm58)
Soft(6) Dec 14. Beaten but not disgraced when 2О
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 2Н len 5th of 13 (11) $7.50 59.5 Hunboshi 1600m Cranbourne (Bm58) Soft(6) Aug 26.
Sprinted clear late 1О len win of 11 (1) $8.00 58.0
Richwaite Lady, First Amendment 1406m Benalla
(Bm58) Good(3) Dec 22. SCRATCHED
10. ENSUING (Andrew Noblet) 6m By Street Sense
(US) - Subsequential (20:3-2-2): On return from
break finished 2О 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 4Н 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 Н len 2nd of 13
(7) $5.00 56.0 Heir To The Throne 1300m SandownHillside (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 5. Powered home late
О 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 2О 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 2М 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.
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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 1Н 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, 1М 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 3Н 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 2Н 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 1О 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 1О 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 О len 2nd of 6
(5) $1.90F 59.5 Zoubo 1200m Sandown-Lakeside
3yo (Bm64) Soft(5) Nov 21. Kept chasing late lg nk,
О 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, 3М len 3rd of 12
(11) $11.00 59.5 Reward With Return, Moor Wanted
1000m M Valley (Bm64) Soft(6) Nov 23. Held
ground 2О 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 2М 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 1Н 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
(1600m)
1. SHOKORA (D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 4m By Nicconi - She?s Cherryrype (15:3-1-2): Kept coming and
finished too well О 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
1М 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 4О
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 4М 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: SCRATCHED
4. EXTREME BLISS: SCRATCHED
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 5М 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 Н 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 Н hd 2nd of 10 (7) $6.00 55.5 Esposito Gold
1600m M Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 7.
Sprinted clear 1О 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 1М 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 Н
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, О 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 2М 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 Н
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.
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2. MAZUREK (Chris Bieg) 6m By Beneteau - Babieta (21:6-5-1): Ridden on the speed 2О 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 О 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 2О
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 4О 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
Н 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 О 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 1Н
len 4th of 11 (8) $11.00 59.5 Nariko 1200m Ballarat
(Metro) 4yo+ M (Bm78) Soft(7) Nov 24. Reasonable
effort 1О 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 9Н 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 О len, Н 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 2М len win
of 7 (7) $7.50 57.5 Reward With Return, Doves Cry
1100m Ararat (Bm70) Good(4) Nov 11. Kept grinding 3О 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 3О len 4th of 8 (2) $4.00
52.0 Matty 955m M Valley (Bm84) Soft(5) Nov 23.
Battled away for 1О 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 Н
hd win of 11 (2) $10.00 59.0 Left Jaybee Out, Beaverbrook 1000m C?field (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 19. Held
ground late 3Н 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 4Н 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 2М 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
3М len 5th of 8 (7) $5.00 60.0 Deecember 1200m
Geelong Synthetic 3yo+ F&M (Bm64) Synthetic Aug
14. Held ground late 1О 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 Н
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 2М 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 14О len last of 5 (4) $2.30F 69.5 Like
A Carousel 3200m Racing.Com Park Rst Hrdl Soft(6)
April 15. Fitter for 8М 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 1О
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
4О len 5th of 10 (9) $26.00 56.5 Haunted 1400m
Ballarat (Metro) (Bm84) Soft(7) Nov 24. Best work
late sht nk, 2Н 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 Н 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 Н len, Н 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 1Н len 2nd of 9 (5) $3.00 54.0 Romancer
1620m Donald Cup Good(4) Nov 18. Lame after race
when 7М 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 7М len 4th of 5 (4) $19.00 56.5 Mastering 1200m Kilmore (Bm78) Soft(5) Nov 25. Never
came on 7О 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
4М len 8th of 16 (15) 57.0 Glorious Beijing 1400m
Ellerslie (Bm82) Good(3) Nov 6. Sound when 3М 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 22О 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 2Н 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 2М len 6th of 10 (5) $7.50 58.0
Stealthy Lucas 1600m Hamilton (Bm70) Good(4)
Oct 13. SCRATCHED
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 2М 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 Н hd,
1М 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 Н len 2nd of 7 (4) $5.50 58.5 Friedensberg 1800m Sandown-Hillside (Bm70) Good(3) Dec
12. Charged home from back half for О 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 2М
len 5th of 16 (15) $5.00F 59.0 Mr Monaco 1800m
Sandown-Hillside (Bm78) Good(3) Nov 28. Found
the line intently for О 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 4Н 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 О len win of 8 (4)
$2.70F 60.0 Trogir, Goethe 1440m C?field (Bm70)
Good(3) Dec 19. Settled handy when Н len 2nd of
10 (9) $8.00 58.0 Silentz 1600m C?field (Bm78)
Good(3) Dec 26. Will go forward and takes catching
from the corner.
6. FONTEIN LAD (G Eurell) 5g By Turffontein - Mehter (NZ) (37:5-6-4): Failed to fire 6М 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 1Н len win of 8 (6) $4.20 55.0 Royal Order,
Ruomaza 2040m M Valley (Bm78) Good(3) Nov
16. Held ground 3М 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 3М 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 4М 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 6М len win of 7 (2)
$5.00 58.0 Valeria Messalina, Saucy Jack 1717m Sale
(Bm70) Good(3) Dec 23. Gave them a galloping 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 2М 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
2М len 5th of 9 (6) $31.00 54.0 Shokora 1600m M
Valley 3yo+ F&M (Bm84) Good(3) Dec 1. Reasonable effort Н 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
Н hd 2nd of 11 (3) $11.00 60.0 Friedensberg 1500m
Sandown-Hillside (Bm64) Good(3) Nov 28. Even
effort 2О 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.
ALBANY
harness tonight
*DENOTES DRIVER
CONCESSION APPLIES
1 Pace
2258m 9.19 EQ1
1 753 CHEESEACRACKER Fr L E T Wallrodt $5
2
PHI PHI ISLAND Fr
A C Markham 5
3 042 ELECT THE STARZZZ Fr E J Suvaljko (C) *4
4 824 CAMILLA Fr
T J Stone
5
5 442 DECIMAS WHITBY Fr J R Justins (C) 6
6 s73 ADDA TARANTELLA Fr S R Roberts
8
7 66s UNWRITTEN RULE Fr M C Young (C) 34
8 664 GRAPELLIES BOY Fr
L Inwood
21
9 266 BETTOR GO BOOM Fr C P King-Davies (C) 8
10 b PARIS SIXTYEIGHT Fr C L Peterson (C) 13
ELECT THE STARZZZ 1, Phi Phi Island 2,
Camilla 3, Cheeseacracker 4.
2 Pace
2258m 9.49 EQ2
1 97s SAFARI STORM Fr
T J Stone
21
2 858 OUR EUPHORIA Fr
M C Young (C) 21
3 064 SWEET NOTES Fr
W G Andrews 9
4 723 FLYING SEELSTER Fr
E J Suvaljko (C) 4
5 s87 THE BLACK ADDA Fr
L Inwood
15
6 975 BEWARE OF DARKNESS Fr C L Wallrodt 21
*3
7 s43 ALLWOODS ROCKNROLL Fr D J Harper
8 436 SAVANNA Fr
A C Markham 4.5
9 s62 PARTYTIME WHITBY Fr J R Justins (C) 4
ALLWOODS ROCKNROLL 1, Flying Seelster 2,
Partytime Whitby 3, Savanna 4.
13. STORMY SHORE (K J Fythe) 7m By Bramshaw
- Swiss Storm (46:6-4-2): Respiratory issues 3М 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 3М 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, Н nk 3rd of 15 (14) $21.00 56.0 Levendi, Astoria 2000m R?hill G2 Tulloch Stakes Good(4) Mar 31.
Well held 10М 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
6О len 8th of 11 (3) $41.00 55.5 Tamasa 1500m M
Valley (Bm84) Good(3) Oct 26. Too tough on line Н
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, О 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 7О 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 4М 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 8О 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 6М 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 4М 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 6О len 9th of
12 (8) $7.50 58.5 Strike Force 1600m M Valley (Bm78)
Good(4) Aug 25. Finished off well when first-up 2О
len, 1О 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 3О 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 5Н len 9th of 11 (8) $14.00 55.5 Castelo 1200m
M Valley (Bm78) Soft(5) Dec 14. Battled away for
1О 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 2О 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: SCRATCHED
13. HUSSY?S GLOW (Patrick Payne) 5m By Hussonet (US) - Joyful Glow (26:5-6-3): Hung in during
race and never came on 5Н 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 7О
len 12th of 20 (3) $61.00 57.5 Usain Bowler 1200m
F?ton (Bm78) Good(4) Dec 22. SCRATCHED
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 О
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.
? ON SKY RACING 1
TAB CODE: WH
? Tips by AAP
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5, 6, 7
MOBILE: (7) STAND: (6)
3 Pace
2258m 10.15 EQ3
1 s34 BATAVIA ON FIRE Fr
W G Andrews 9
2 516 SMIRKER Fr
E J Suvaljko (C)*2.4
3 638 ALLAMERICANALLSTAR Fr M C Young (C) 7
4 s95 ADDA SHOOTING STAR Fr J R Justins (C) 17
5 0s0 ALLDOLLARSNOSENSE Fr HC P King-Davies 9
6 5s9 THE FRAME Fr
3.5
7 s8s DEADLY DELIGHT Fr
A C Markham 21
8 778 DONT BE TEASIN ME Fr D J Harper
26
9 846 GOANDCULLECT Fr
C L Peterson (C) 13
SMIRKER 1, The Frame 2, Allamericanallstar 3,
Alldollarsnosense 4.
4 Pace
2258m 10.45 EQ4 Q1
1 887 JAY JAYS JET Fr
C L Peterson (C)4.5
2 68s ITS MAJOR BUBBLES Fr W G Andrews *4
3 995 FLYING THUNDERBOLT Fr A C Markham 6
4 63n OUR CLARISA Fr
D J Harper
6.5
5 068 LOMBO LOUGANIS Fr M C Young (C) 26
6 342 KING CROCKER Fr
T J Stone
*4
7 07s UNDERCOVER ART Fr E J Suvaljko (C) 26
11
8 777 RAYMOND ALEXANDER Fr L Inwood
9 445 JUST A LEGEND Fr
E J Suvaljko (C) 12
ITS MAJOR BUBBLES 1, King Crocker 2,
Jay Jays Jet 3, Flying Thunderbolt 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
held5О 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 8М 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 8О 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 О len
4th of 12 (1) $6.00 52.0 Chamois Road 1400m C?field
Hcp Good(4) July 28. Did not finish off 5О 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 5Н len 7th
of 11 (10) $31.00 54.0 Malaise 1400m C?field Hcp
Good(4) July 14. Held ground 4О 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 1Н 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 4О len 8th of 10 (8) $21.00 56.5 Flow 1400m
R?hill 3yo+ (Bm95) Good(4) June 16. Dropped out
9О 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 О 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 6М len 10th of 16 (14) $31.00 59.5 Order
Of Command 1100m F?ton 3yo+ (Bm80) Good(3)
Nov 10. Stayed tough late 1М 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
3Н len 9th of 10 (6) $2.70F 53.0 Goodfella 1600m
R?wick 3yo+ (Bm88) Good(4) Sept 1. Only battled
2М 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 Н
len, Н nk 3rd of 7 (4) $3.90 60.0 Choisborder, Liberty Song 1200m Echuca (Bm78) Good(4) Aug 27.
Showed pace when 2Н 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 5М 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 1Н len 4th of 13 (13)
$9.00 54.0 Theanswermyfriend 1200m Racing.Com
Park (Metro) Open Hcp Good(3) Dec 8. Held ground
5М 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: SCRATCHED
14. BELWAZI (Jerome Hunter) 5m By Bel Esprit Nkwazi (16:6-1-1): Wide throughout and dropped
out 10М 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 Н 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 3М
len 8th of 13 (3) $31.00 56.0 Prezado 1000m Racing.Com Park (Metro) (Bm78) Good(3) Dec 8. Sound
when 1Н 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
2Н len, О 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.
5 Pace
2643m 11.15 DD1 Q2
1 08n CRIMSON FLOYD 30
HC P King-Davies 16
2 642 DISCO UNDER FIRE 30 W G Andrews *3
3 886 BETTOR NOT KNOWING 40 T J Stone
26
4 452 IROCKMYWORLD 50 D J Harper
3.5
5 059 TAJIES GIRL 50
L Inwood
21
6 331 JASPER CASPER 50
C L Peterson (C) *3
7 314 MISTER ROLLINS 50
E J Suvaljko (C) 5
DISCO UNDER FIRE 1, Jasper Casper 2,
Irockmyworld 3, Mister Rollins 4.
6 Pace
2683m 11.45
Q3
1 637 SOHO CASH Fr
M C Young (C) 13
2 220 ARIKI Fr
E J Suvaljko (C) 9
3 753 KASEY KAHNE Fr
A C Markham 17
4 938 GUNS WITH COWS Fr
M W Johnson (C)17
5 814 HIGHVIEW SADLER Fr D J Harper
3.5
6 311 ALL OVER TAN Fr
D J Harper *2.3
7 316 JUST LIKE ART Fr
D J Harper
5
8 561 SEMIRAMIDE Fr
L Inwood
4.5
ALL OVER TAN 1, Highview Sadler 2,
Just Like Art 3, Semiramide 4.
7 Pace
2258m 12.10am DD2 Q4
1 795 TUATINI Fr
L Inwood
5
2 976 STARTAMOTOR Fr
M C Young (C) 26
3 s98 MON ALISA JET Fr
L E T Wallrodt 21
4 897 SANFORD LORETTA Fr J R Justins (C) 26
5 665 MARILYN SAID Fr
D J Harper
13
6 884 VOODOO BABE Fr
C P King-Davies (C) 13
7 422 TORPEDO ROCK Fr
A C Markham *2.3
8 983 PENOLA GIRL Fr
E J Suvaljko (C) 8
9 s55 STAR OF BETHANY Fr S R Roberts
4
TORPEDO ROCK 1, Star Of Bethany 2,
Tuatini 3, Penola Girl 4.
56 RACING
THE FILES
SATURDAY JANUARY 5 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
TABFORM
ЛDaily Double: Races 7 and 9
ЛEarly Quaddie: 2, 3, 4, 5
ЛQuaddie: 6, 7, 8, 9
ЛRail: True
ЛTrack: Good (4)
ЛTAB 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.
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
FORM
15s75
16s41
33s11
75s11
s1140
47s1
28s1
3.
4.
5.
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 5.00
58.5 *3.00
58
12.00
56
6.00
56
7.50
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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9.
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12.
13.
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2
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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
SCRATCHED
E Brown (a)
P Moloney
B Melham
Ms N Beriman
SCRATCHED
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
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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
8.00
4.00
10.00
7.50
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)
SCRATCHED
SCRATCHED
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
5.50
10.00
?
?
4.60
13.00
10.00
7.50
*3.70
5.50
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
7 Sunquest
3 Kronos
8 Camila Lucinda
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
2 Another Bullseye
9 Crimson Tears
5 SUPRE
9 Crimson Tears
1 Shokora
2 Another Bullseye
5 SUPRE
9 Crimson Tears
10 Vitani
1 Shokora
9 CRIMSON TEARS
10 Vitani
1 Shokora
5 Supre
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
9 Sabotage
4 Kaching
8 Red Choux?s
11 MASTERING
8 Red Choux?s
15 Trogir
4 Kaching
11 MASTERING
15 Trogir
7 Vellastar
4 Kaching
11 MASTERING
8 Red Choux?s
3 Mr Gustavo
15 Trogir
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.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
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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 today
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.
18.00
?
5.00
?
16.00
41.00
5.00
8.50
?
17.00
*2.40
?
21.00
9.50
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
13.00
3.40
6.50
*3.00
11.00
26.00
34.00
21.00
17.00
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.
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2
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4
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7
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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)
SCRATCHED
WGT
61
59.5
58.5
57.5
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
55.5
55
54
*3.00
5.50
101.00
9.00
8.00
3.30
13.00
26.00
10.00
151.00
?
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
SCRATCHED
Ms T Hope (a3)
SCRATCHED
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
9.50
17.00
9.50
41.00
71.00
14.00
9.50
18.00
34.00
*1.90
?
34.00
?
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.
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7.
8.
9.
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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
101.00
34.00
10.00
41.00
14.00
81.00
3.40
14.00
18.00
13.00
11.00
23.00
?
34.00
26.00
*3.00
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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RAILS
RUN
RAY THOMAS
TRAGIC ACCIDENT
RACING Victoria has
completed its
investigation into the
fatal injury suffered by
Irish stayer The
Cliffsofmoher in the
Melbourne Cup and
found the injury was a
freak accident that could
not have been prevented
or predicted.
The Cliffsofmoher
suffered a fracture to his
right shoulder passing
the winning post the first
time in the Melbourne
Cup last November.
A post-mortem has
confirmed the diagnosis,
saying there was no
evidence of a pre-existing
condition and that the
type and location of the
fracture meant it could
not be surgically
repaired.
The investigation
concluded the RV
veterinary team made
the ?correct decision, and
the kindest one for the
horse, in electing to
euthanise The
Cliffsofmoher in a timely
manner on the day??.
Racing Victoria?s
investigation did note the
?increased incidence of
racing and training
injuries among the
international horses
during the spring
requires further
examination and we have
commissioned a review
to determine whether
there are any identifiable
risks??. The review is
expected to be
completed by March.
Pride showing faith
in Dolan?s prowess
RAY THOMAS
TRAINER Joe Pride will reward emerging apprentice Robbie Dolan with his
first stakes race ride if he can keep winning on Easy Eddie at Randwick?s Kensington meeting today.
Easy Eddie is the hottest favourite
on the program at $2 for the Autumn
Carnival On Sale Handicap (1150m).
Pride doesn?t making a habit of
using apprentices on his horses but the
trainer is an admirer of Dolan?s riding
skills and entrusted the apprentice with
the rides on Easy Eddie at both starts
this campaign for a first-up third at
Rosehil before winning at Warwick
Farm.
?I promised Robbie if he keeps win-
ning I won?t be taking him off,?? Pride
said. ?I don?t like taking off winning riders but it is not always possible to keep
them on.
?If a jockey has an association with a
horse I like to keep them together.
?We are aiming Easy Eddie at the
Takeover Target Stakes and if Robbie
can get the job done again then he has
the ride ? I?ve dangled the carrot in
front of him.??
Pride is using today?s race to fine
tune Easy Eddie?s preparation for the
Listed $150,000 Takeover Target
Stakes (1200m) to be run at Gosford on
January 17.
Easy Eddie has always shown Pride
he had the natural ability and this summer the four-year-old might be ready
to deliver on his undoubted potential.
In his first-up run, Easy Eddie was
beaten narrowly in a three-way thriller
by Kapajack and Mister Songman. The
first two placegetters have run well
since with Mister Songman nearly
breaking the Randwick 1400m course
record with his seven lengths romp
there last week.
Easy Eddie then scored at Warwick
Farm, defeating Bel Sonic and Redouble, the latter subsequently winning at
Randwick.
?The form out of his races is pretty
good,?? Pride said.
?He is a horse that from the start of
this preparation I have been aiming at
the Takeover Target Stakes and he
needed to be winning.
RAY THOMAS
?14
Black Tycoon
gave local
hero Damien
Oliver his
second Perth Cup when
he finished hard to edge
out God Has Spoken at
Ascot. Oliver, a Hall of
Fame jockey, also rode
Cat?s Fun to win the
2008 Perth Cup.
?09
?99
John
Miller,
famous as
the rider of
1966 Caulfield and
Melbourne Cup winner
Galilee, produced one of
the great training
performances when he
readied King Of Saxony
for a first-up win in the
3200m Perth Cup.
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?Both his runs have been very good
so far and I feel like he is in the right
shape to be taking on higher grade.??
Pride is also saddling up Tashin in
the Australian Turf Club Handicap
(1550m) with the gelding a noticeable
firmer from $10 into $7.50.
Tahsin won the Mudgee Cup before
his game second to promising stablemate Cyber Intervention at Randwick
on Boxing Day.
?I?ve found Tahsin doesn?t like wet
tracks and he doesn?t like Rosehill but
he seems find with the Kensington
track,?? Pride said.
?There looks to be a few stayers in
this race and I feel it is an opportunity
for him as he drops a lot of weight from
his last start run.??
No fan of transfer
but Portelli hopeful
LOOKING BACK
Guyno, a
WA Derby
winner in
2007,
returned two years later
to win the Perth Cup,
when he scored narrowly
from The Fuzz. Guyno
later won a Mornington
Cup and Lord Reims Plate
and retired as the winner
of $1.3 million.
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Trainer Gary Portelli thought Nicci?s Gold would have been unbeatable at Warwick Farm.
Dale?s team ready to salute
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?She?s racing well and I expect her to run a
very competitive race.??
Dale also has another new stable recruit, stayer Sayed, in the Kensington
Handicap (1550m).
?Sayed?s having his second run back
and usually needs to get to 2000m and
further to show his best,?? Dale said. ?His
coat has come on since his first-up run but
there is still some improvement to come.??
Team Hawkes has Intueri entered for a
possible clash with Super Star Bob to-
morrow. Intueri has had two runs back
from a spell and was very competitive on
an unsuitable heavy track surface at Warwick Farm last start when he ran a close
third to Monsieur Sisu.
Trainer Michael Hawkes said Intueri is
not a certain starter today.
?The transfer of this meeting from
Warwick Farm to the Kensington meeting
means this race comes back to 1550m
which doesn?t help Intueri,?? Hawkes said.
?There is a race over 1800m at Randwick next week so we are 50-50 about
which way to go with him.??
TRAINER Gary Portelli is
convinced Nicci?s Gold would
have had a better opportunity
of winning if today?s meeting
remained at Warwick Farm.
Racing NSW stewards
made an early call during the
week to transfer today?s race
meeting to Randwick?s Kensington track due to forecast
extreme hot weather in Sydney?s western suburbs.
Nicci?s Gold, an impressive
last-start winner at Warwick
Farm, is one of the main chances in the Australian Turf Club
Handicap (1550m).
?It annoys me because we
had been setting her towards a
race at Warwick Farm, her
home track and a track that suits
her as you can get on your bike a
little earlier,?? Portelli said.
?I feel she would have been
just about unbeatable at Warwick Farm but she is vulnerable
on the Kensington track because it can be tricky if you get
into a bad spot during a race.
?But you can?t do anything
about it (transfer of venue) and
we have to hope we have a bit
of luck.??
Portelli still believes Nicci?s
Gold will be a formidable force
today as she has trained on
well since her dynamic win
over The Art Of The Bar at
Warwick Farm two weeks ago.
?She is in good form and the
only time she didn?t run well
was second-up at Rosehill
when she had three weeks between runs and the track was
very firm that day,?? he said.
?It won?t be as firm (today)
and, if she gets some luck in
running, I?m sure she will run
well.??
Portelli can?t split his two
runners in the 2019 Membership Handicap (1300m), Above
And Beyond and A Million
Dreams. Neither can price assessors, with both rated $10
chances.
?They are both in great
form and I think they are great
chances,?? Portelli said.
?A Million Dreams has
drawn perfectly and Above
And Beyond should find the
tempo over 1300m a little easier so I expect he might even
roll across early.
?I don?t think there is much
between them.
?A Million Dreams did a
good job to win last start as he
is not really a leader and didn?t
know what to do when he was
in front.
?It was only when he was
challenged and headed in the
straight that it switched him on
and he fought back hard.
?He is on trial to go to the
Karaka Millions three-yearold race this month.
?Above And Beyond is very
consistent and tries his heart
out every race.??
A TRULY AMAZING MUM
RAY THOMAS
STAR Encounter, a daughter of
1994 Melbourne Cup winner
Jeune, is the dam of three Perth
Cup runners at Ascot today.
The siblings Star Exhibit,
Perfect Jewel and Royal Star are
all out of Star Encounter ? an
extraordinary feat.
Star Exhibit is by Statue Of
Liberty but Perfect Jewel and
Royal Star are full sisters as both
are sired by champion stallion
Redoute?s Choice.
The trio are bred and raced by
leading owner Bob Peters, who
has five runners in the Perth Cup
field today.
Hot favourite Action and
Mississippi Delta add to his
powerful squad of stayers.
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Watt?s confidence
lifts Ryan?s spirits
SHAYNE O?CASS
WYONG TODAY
SOME inside mail from Chilcotin?s
managing owner, Adam Watt, has Gerald Ryan bullish about the horse?s
prospects when he debuts for his new
trainer in today?s Lakes Printers Handicap (1350m) at Wyong.
Watt, the son of Dynamic Syndications founder Dean, was pleasantly surprised by Chilcotin?s second trial when
the gelding finished off with a flourish
when fourth in a December 20 heat at
Canterbury.
?I have been quite happy with this
horse, he?s come up good, he is a big
strong horse and I?ve thought both of
his trials have been OK,?? Ryan said.
?I trialled him without blinkers at
Canterbury and Adam told me that it
was the best trial he has ever seen him
do without blinkers on.
?I am still feeling my way with him
but his work has been good enough to
say he would be very competitive in a
race like this (today).??
Chilcotin began life as part of Sheik
Mohammed?s global empire, trained
firstly by John O?Shea then Darren
Beadman.
Dynamic Syndications purchased
the son of Medaglia D?oro from Godolphin in May, 2017 and handed him to
Brad Widdup.
After that the horse had a stint with
Benjamin Smith before settling at
Rosehill with Ryan.
Meanwhile, those punters who were
burned by the Ryan-trained Commander?s Watch on debut at Wyong on
December 12 will be glad to hear the
trainer expects a much better performance from the son of Pierro in today?s
Jim Beam Maiden Handicap (1600m).
A close relation to the four-time
Group 1 winner Metal Bender, Commander?s Watch was kept safe in the
market on that occasion but was a beaten horse before the turn, clocking in
last of the seven runners.
??I thought he would run better than
what he did,?? Ryan said.
? I couldn?t work out why. He sort of
only went for halfway in the race then
gave up the ghost so I whacked a pair of
blinkers on him and he has had a jump
out since, and he went all right but I am
guessing a bit with him on Saturday.
?He has drawn barrier two so I
would expect him to travel in the first
four. If he doesn?t show a big improvement (today) then his days on the track
might be numbered.??
Ryan has the lightly-raced threeyear-old geldings Lincoln County and
Beaufort Park lining up in the Cavarni
Design Maiden Plate (1350m).
While Lincoln County is assured of a
start, Beaufort Park?s presence is not
guaranteed as second emergency.
?Lincoln County raced a little bit
greener than I thought he would on
debut but he was OK. Beaufort Park
was unlucky at Goulburn and should
have finished a lot closer,?? Ryan said.
BEST BETS OF THE DAY
WYONG
BEST BET
Race 1 No 4 Construe
Savabeel filly part-owned by
her trainer Chris Waller who
would have been watching
her on the end of some bad
luck at both of her two runs
at Newcastle last month.
Third-up now, she has Rory
Hutchings to get the job
done this time.
WYONG
NEXT BEST
Race 4 No 8 Micawber
Godolphin first starter by
Exceed And Excel out of the
T.J. Smith winner Dilly Dally
making his debut off a
couple of eye-catching trials
at Warwick Farm. Drawn
three and has Christian
Reith to help him through
his first run.
WYONG
BEST VALUE
Race 2 No 2 Starring
Handsome Lonhro gelding
who has finished unplaced
in all of his seven starts but
anyone who has seen him
trial will agree that there is
something there, only it?s
been well hidden so far.
Chance to show it here.
JOCKEY TO FOLLOW
Christian Reith (right)
The aforementioned Reith
has a great book of rides
today, his best will be when
he?s wearing the Royal Blue
of Godolphin.
WYONG
QUADDIE
Race 4: 8,12
Race 5: 7,8
Race 6: 3,5,10,11
Race 7: 5,6
ALBURY
BEST BET
Race 5 No 6 Footmark
Locally-trained gelding who
only has the 14 runs under
the belt for three wins and
three placings. He ran a
really good race behind
Moobi in the Warwick Farm
TAB Highway last start and
is two for two at home.
ALBURY
NEXT BEST
Race 2 No 4 Jungle Book
Ran a huge race on debut
coming from 11th early on to
finish runner-up to Acton
Shale who would win races
in town at the right time.
Trainer gets heaps of
winners around the place.
Englebrecht heads to city but after hometown double
SHAYNE O?CASS
WYONG TODAY
TRAINER Jeff Englebrecht will be at
Kensington chasing the ATC Summer
Racing Sprint (1000m) with the speedy
mare Difficult To Get but he has a
grand chance of claiming a double at
home.
It?s not often Wyong hosts a Saturday meeting but it has certainly come at
the right time for the Englebrecht pair
of Conductress and Profiler.
Profiler, who will be ridden for a
fourth-straight time by Jenny Duggan
in today?s Lakes Prints Handicap
(1350m), has been racing well ? including a creditable sixth over the same
track and distance as today on December 19. Profiler was beaten four lengths
that day by Spanish Dream in a benchmark 70 and drops down to a 64.
?He is a little bit of a handful to ride,
he overraces at the wrong time,?? Englebrecht said.
?If they get along quick (today) and
Jenny doesn?t have to restrain him and
he gets a bit of luck, then he won?t be far
away from them, that?s for sure.??
There is no doubt that Profiler
would test his rivals with a repeat of his
1М-length third, coming from last, at
Warwick Farm on December 5 behind
today?s Kensington favourite Poetic
Charmer.
?They went very hard that day at
Warwick Farm and he got back,?? Englebrecht said.
?He can charge home but he just
won?t relax if the speed is not genuine.??
Profiler was bred by the late Ross
Cribb who is perhaps best known, outside of his tenure as TAB chairman, as
the owner of dual Group 1-winning
mare Heat Of The Moment ? who
also happens to be the eight-year-old?s
fourth dam.
As for Conductress, she is looking
for a rare win in the Sea FM?s Family
race day Handicap over 1600m.
The daughter of Commands has
only tasted success once in 21 starts but
she has placed nine times so is capable.
?She is racing well, all of her runs
over the mile have been good,?? Englebrecht said. ?I think if they get along
quick early, it will suit her at the finish.
?It?s not an overly strong field so if
she gets a bit of luck and a nice run, she
can be in the finish.??
Victory to
blaze cups
trail for
Footmark
SHAYNE O?CASS
ALBURY TODAY
VICTORY in today?s ARC
Summer Open Handicap
(1600m) at Albury will mark
the end of the road so far as
any more TAB Highway tilts
are concerned for the locally
trained Footmark, who will instead be set on a future path as
a ?country cups? horse.
Footmark?s tally of wins will
rise to four if successful in this
afternoon?s feature, which
rules him out of Highway
Handicap consideration.
The seven-year-old gelding
has twice made the long float
trip from Albury to Sydney,
finishing a handy fourth in his
maiden Highway at Royal
Randwick on Cox Plate day
before a ?luckless?? sixth to
Moobi at Warwick Farm at his
most recent appearance on
December 23.
Footmark was ridden too
close in the run, against instructions, but battled on
bravely to be beaten just under
three lengths.
?He won?t be eligible (for
any more Highways) if he wins
which is disappointing but
we?ve gone up to Sydney twice
and it?s a long way for us to get
up there,?? trainer Jodie Bohr
said yesterday.
?We thought that if he happens to win the Open Handicap then he could develop into
a country cups horse for us.??
Footmark has a fabulous record at his home track, indeed,
his last two wins were at that
venue.
The son of Argentinianbred stallion Lord Jim will be
ridden Simon Miller, who
served his apprenticeship
under Bohr.
Miller couldn?t have hoped
for a better mentor given
Bohr?s own talent as a rider.
She will forever hold a place
in Australian racing history as
the first female apprentice to
win at Randwick and the first
female jockey, full stop, to win
at Warwick Farm.
On top of that, Bohr?s tally
of winners stretched well beyond 300.
Bohr, who continues to
place her small string with precision, has picked out the perfect race for Pacific Tycoon
today at Albury.
Like Footmark, Pacific Tycoon is owned by octogenarian
John Spalding, whom Bohr describes as being ?as fit as a mallee bull.??
?This is Pacific Tycoon?s
favourite distance and track
and he?s coming back to his
own class, so it?s the ideal race
for him,?? she said.
Bohr is hoping to increase
the size of her small string in
2019, with ?plenty of room? for
any potential new residents
aiming to take advantage of
the booming NSW stakes
money.
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Murder victims
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Thomson and
82-year-old
Catherine Page,
who was
bashed to death
at her
Coonamble
home in 1971.
screwdriver, I bent the metal
frame on the ends of each
glass pane and was able to
extract four louvres, without
breaking a single one.
?As I climbed through the
window, I knew from the foul
smell that I was entering a
horrendous situation, and that
I was looking for a
decomposing body,?? he
wrote in his book, sparing
no detail of the gruesome
sight that confronted
him. ?Still struggling to
stomach the smell and
my eyes slowly
adjusting to the low
light, I walked
across the
bedroom to the
door that
opened to the
hallway.
?The door
had been left
ajar, it
opened into
the room
back
towards me
from right to
left and I slowly
opened it. As the
edge of the door
passed through my
gaze, I could see what I
at first thought was a
black plastic garbage
bag, propped up against
the door jam.
?There was hair protruding
out of the blackness, so I
leaned over and began to look
closely at what was before me.
I was confronted with a sight
Reginald Arthurell with Venet Mulhall and (right) her
brother Paul Quinn; Left: Arthurell (right) at Alice Springs
Magistrates Court where he pleaded guilty to bashing
Ross Browning to death in 1981.
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that I could not reconcile as to
what it was at first,?? he wrote.
It was obvious to him he
had found his beloved sister,
who had been all too trusting,
and he knew who killed her.
?My wife, daughter and I
sat on the gutter at the front of
Venet?s house and waited for
the police to arrive. While we
waited we all shed a few tears.??
Arthurell was now on the
When he gets
out of jail he
will come after
me but I will
never stop
campaigning to
have him kept
locked up
Paul Quinn
run and Paul Quinn was not
about to let his sister?s
murderer get away. He started
a relentless campaign, getting
reward posters made up and
giving media interviews
wherever he could. Eventually
a $100,000 reward was
offered.
It was through his hard
work and leads he provided to
police that on August 23, 1995
Arthurell was arrested in
outback Queensland and
brought back to NSW to face
trial for the murder of Venet
Mulhall.
On October 3, 1997 he
pleaded guilty to
manslaughter again and was
sentenced to a maximum 24
years in jail, which expires on
May 24, 2021.
?We as a community have a
real problem with our judicial
system in this state, when a
murderer is not given a life
sentence after a third
conviction of homicide,?
Quinn said back in 1997.
?And I still believe that. It?s
incredible a person can admit
to killing three people and has
probably murdered God
knows how many more and
we are going to release him
back into society. I know that
when he gets out of jail he will
come after me but I will never
stop campaigning to have him
kept locked up.
?The government does
have the power to declare him
too dangerous to be released
and I hope they do, or else
someone will die at his hands.??
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TESTING PROVES
A BITTER PILL
THE TRAGEDY OF FIVE DEATHS AT MUSIC
FESTIVALS IN FOUR MONTHS HAS REIGNITED
DEBATE ON THE RISKS AND LEGALITY OF
DRUG TESTS, WRITES GREG STOLZ
T
o test or not to test?
That is the question
state governments
around the country
are again grappling
with following five
drug-related deaths
at music festivals in
NSW and Victoria since
September.
The deaths, including that
of 22-year-old Brisbane man
Joshua Tam at the ironically
named Lost Paradise festival
on the NSW Central Coast
last weekend, have reignited
debate about the merits of
pill testing.
Supporters say that the
measure, used widely at
festivals and rave parties in
Europe and trialled in
Australia for the first time at
the Groovin? The Moo festival
in Canberra last April, has the
potential to save lives.
Opponents argue that
on-site testing is an inexact
science, condones illicit drug
use and could actually do
more harm than good.
Despite the latest spate
of deaths, the NSW and
Victorian governments this
week ruled out introducing
pill testing in their states ?
although NSW Premier
Gladys Berejiklian appeared
to soften her stance when
pressed by journalists at a
media conference on
Wednesday after almost 200
drug arrests at Sydney?s Field
Day music festival.
The Palaszczuk
government in Queensland,
however, is keeping an open
mind on the issue, with Health
Minister Steven Miles refusing
to rule out pill testing at
Queensland festivals.
Speaking in the wake of the
Joshua Tam tragedy, Miles
said such deaths were ??every
parent?s worst nightmare?? and
Queensland Health was
considering the findings of a
report into the Canberra pill
testing trial.
The trial was hailed a
success in a 37-page report by
the group that ran it, STASAFE, a consortium that
includes Harm Reduction
ARGUMENTS FOR
ю Pill testing has been
shown to change the
black market, with
products publicly
identified as dangerous
being found to leave the
market
юIngredients of tested
pills started to correspond
to the expected
components over time,
suggesting that pill testing
can place pressure on
manufacturers to refrain
from using adulterants in
drugs
юPill testing changes
behaviour, with research
suggesting that negative
results would deter a
majority of people from
consuming drugs and spur
them to warn their friends
юVisits to pill-testing
booths create an
opportunity for providing
support and information
over and above the
testing itself
юPill testing enables the
capture of long-term data
about substances in the
drug market and the
potential for a warning
system against new,
unexpected, or very
dangerous drugs and
consumption trends.
Australia, the Australian
Drug Observatory (based at
the Australian National
University), Noffs Foundation
and Students for Sensible
Drug Policy Australia.
The consortium secured
the backing of the ACT
government and police, as well
as Groovin? The Moo festival
promoters and host venue
Canberra University, to
conduct the trial.
?Despite repeated drugrring for
related incidents occurring
estivals
many years at music festivals
me
across the country, some
of them fatal,
governments of all
persuasions have
continued to prioritise
a punitive supply
reduction strategy for
festivals,? STA-SAFE
said in explaining the
rationale behind the
trial.
ot,
?More often than not,
governments have
increased the number of
sniffer dogs and police
ack of
presence, despite the lack
evidence ? to support the
effectiveness of this approach.?
The voluntary drug testing
at Groovin? The Move was
carried out in a tent using the
same type of infra-red
spectroscopy machine used at
music festivals in the UK since
2016, as well as in legalised
drug consumption rooms in
British Columbia.
A total of 129 punters at
the Canberra festival signed
waiver forms agreeing to have
their drugs ? capsules, pills,
powders and crystals ? tested.
Two were refused because
they were deemed to be
intoxicated.
The punters were also
issued with hospital
wristbands printed with the
details of their drug sample.
But none later presented
to hospital or paramedics,
according to the STA-SAFE
report.
As well as MDMA, cocaine,
opium and ketamine ? and
substances including
toothpaste and paint ? the
testing revealed in one sample
high traces of the synthetic
d i
designer
d
drug N
NEthylpentylone, or ?bath
salts?, responsible for mass
overdoses and deaths at
festivals overseas.
After the testing, the drug
samples were classified and
displayed on a screen as either
white (containing the same
substances the patron had
anticipated), yellow
(containing a ?significant
disparity? between the actual
and anticipated substances))
and red (containing dangerous
ly
and potentially deadly
substances).
The results were then
ist and
explained by a chemist
goers
doctor, and festival-goers
rugs
could discard their drugs
??should they choose to do so??.
unters
Only five of the punters
sted threw
whose drugs were tested
d ?amnesty
them in bleach-filled
-SAFE
bins?, although STA-SAFE
claims more than 80 per cent
of trial participants did not
hly
want to use the ?highly
visible? bins.
Some drugs were
d
later found discarded
near the festival
e
medical centre where
the testing was
carried out, the
consortium says.
According to the
STA-SAFE report,
IIt?s not always
It
accurate and
there is not a
great take-up
of tests at
music festivals
Terry Goldsworthy
75 per cent of those who
took part in the trial received
some ?brief intervention
counselling?, 42 per cent said
their drug-taking habits would
change as a result of the
testing and 18 per cent said
they would either discard the
drugs or think about it.
STA-SAFE says the trial
proves that ?front-of-house?
pill testing at music festivals
can be successfully carried out.
?We?ve just taken a big step
towards taking back control of
the dangerous black market in
drugs in order to keep our kids
safe,? No
Noffs Foundation chief
safe,
executiv
executive Matt Noffs told
media in the wake of the trial.
ACT Health Minister
Meegan Fitzharris hailed the
trial as a success, saying it
showed tthere was a demand
for pill te
testing at festivals.
?As th
the first trial to be
conducte
conducted in Australia, I know
that othe
other jurisdictions will be
on with interest to see
looking o
results of the evaluation,?
the resul
said.
she said
ACT Chief Health Officer
Paul Kelly said: ?If we
Dr Pau
continue
contin to do what we have
been doing for the past 20
or 330 years in relation to
drug
dru policy, we will
continue to get the
issues that we face at
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Crowds at the Field Day festival
in The Domain, Sydney, on New
Year?s Day, and (below, from left)
ACT police chief Justine
Saunders, Dr Terry Goldsworthy,
Queensland health minister
Steven Miles and NSW Premier
Gladys Berejiklian.
festivals and other places
every weekend and day in and
day out in Australia, of kids
putting themselves in harm.?
Kelly added: ?At least with
pill testing, they have some
information to guide their
behaviour.?
Even ACT police chief
Justine Saunders endorsed the
trial, describing the initiative
as ?a great success?.
?Our intention was to focus
our efforts on those who were
trafficking and selling drugs,
focusing on the criminality of
drugs but allowing the pill
testing to occur in a safe way,?
she says.
?We are not in the business
of targeting people who abuse
We?re
drugs. We
re very focused
on criminality,
focused on the
selling and
trafficking of
drugs at these
events.?
Police and
their sniffer
dogs were out
in force
ARGUMENTS
AGAINST
ю On-site drug testing is
fast and easy, but not
particularly accurate.
Proper analysis of pills
requires highly
sophisticated laboratory
equipment and can take
days of work by trained
scientists
юOn-site pill testing kits
are severely limited in
what they detect, with
test kits unlikely to detect
contaminants or other
toxic compounds in pills
юOn-site tests cannot test
for concentration and
high doses of
o ecstasy and
methamphe
methamphetamine are
by themselves
often fatal b
юOn-site te
tests cannot
detect new designer
drugs on the market, such
as NBOMe ? or N-Bomb ?
been linked to
which has b
deaths in
three de
Melbourne in
Mel
2017
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Parliamentary
Library
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at this week?s Falls Festival in
Byron Bay, stopping revellers
en masse at the gate.
Inside the festival, punters
overwhelmingly supported
pill testing.
?It?s a good thing,
absolutely? one young woman
said.
?People will take drugs
regardless. You?re never going
to be able to wipe out all drugs
but at least (with pill testing)
people can be safe.?
But Dr Terry Goldsworthy,
a former senior Gold Coast
police detective turned Bond
University criminologist, does
not believe in pill testing.
?It?s not always accurate
and there is not a great takeup of people getting drugs
tested at music festivals,? he
says, pointing out that only 83
drug tests were carried out in
10 hours at Groovin? The Moo.
Pill testing, Goldsworthy
says, also ?sends the wrong
message? and ?makes a
mockery of law enforcement?.
?Music festival patrons are
getting their illegal drugs
tested and 100m away, there
are police with sniffer dogs
who can?t do anything about
it,? he says.
?It (pill-testing) is the first
step towards legalisation.?
Goldsworthy notes a table
in the STA-SAFE report
showing that the vast majority
of pill testing trial participants
said they would not discard
their drugs or change their
drug-taking habits.
?You are always going to
have a certain percentage of
people engaged in risk-taking
behaviour no matter how
much you tell them not to,
even when the downside of
risk-taking is potentially
death,? he says.
In September, after two
people died at a Sydney dance
party, Brisbane-based Liberal
National MP Dr Andrew
Laming told federal
Parliament that pill-testing
labs should be set up in
inner suburbs so accurate
testing can be carried out
days out from festivals,
when users are not
intoxicated and can be
given professional advice
?well away from the place
where they are buying the
drugs?.
Laming believes music
festival testing is not
sufficiently rigorous and
creates a dangerous false
sense of security. He says it
could even lead to violence if
drug users whose pills are
found to be ?dirty? decide to
confront their dealer at
festivals. Forensic toxicologist
Andrew Leibie agrees.
?The problem with on-site
testing is that it?s not entirely
accurate,? says Leibie, who
works for Australia?s largest
workplace drug and alcoholtesting company, Safework
Laboratories.
?It can?t tell you anything
about the dosage of the drug.
It won?t tell you how much
MDMA is present in an
ecstasy tablet, for example,
and that?s a critical bit of
information.
?Because while a little bit of
MDMA might not hurt you, a
lot might well kill you.?
Leibie says on-site pill
testing involves taking a small
scraping from the drug.
?The composition of the
drug can vary greatly
throughout the pill.
?One half might be
relatively benign and the other
half exceedingly dangerous, so
the results can be very
misleading,? he says.
?From a scientific point of
view, what the hell do we do
about legal liability?
?If we test your pill at a
music festival, tell you if it?s
safe or not, give it back and
you then die, who?s legally
responsible for that??
Leibie says The
Netherlands has a
system where party
drugs can be sent to a
central lab for testing
before an event and
accurately checked
for dangerous
quantities or
substances. This
allows authorities
to send out alerts
to revellers
about
potentially
deadly
batches.
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HOW LONG CAN
TRUMP HANG ON
T
his will not end
well. The chances
of Donald Trump
being escorted
from the White
House under
arrest are not
unrealistic. Of
course, he could resign, but
that would be dangerous.
Without the protective
imprimatur of the Seal of
the President of the United
States, he?d be ripped to
shreds by his own Justice
Department.
Or his luck might hold.
Maybe he can stave off
relentless suspicion he
colluded with Russia in the
2016 election, or allegations
that he breached electoral
law by paying for the silence
of women with whom he?d
had sex.
It?s hard to see how. Four
of his 2016 campaign staff
plus his personal lawyer are
now indicted, jailed or
waiting sentence on Russiarelated cases.
And a string of those he
hired for senior posts have
been fired for having
differing opinions, or
deserted because they see
Trump as irrational.
Trump, 72, is still there;
and he still has his wife,
Melania, 48, at his side. Her
decision to remain with him
is critical to his survival.
There are reasons she
might walk away, relating to
his infidelity but also due to
err
his lack of respect for her
wellbeing.
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The sex, according tto
niel
ni
els,
el
s,
porn actor Stormy Daniels,
was conducted withoutt
erss
condoms. Some partners
ngs
ng
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but that is unlikely to bee o
one
of them.
er
If Melania packed her
bags, Trump would be a
president stranded. He
al
would still have his loyal
daughter, his personal adviser
Ivanka, but her husband Jared
Kushner is also being
examined closely for multiple
meetings with Russians in
2016.
No US President has ever
gone through divorce
proceedings in office. Bible
Belt USA might tolerate
extramarital affairs, but not
divorce-in-office.
Hillary Clinton thought
about leaving Bill after his
affair with Monica Lewinsky.
?But on those days I asked
myself the question that
mattered most to me: Do I still
love him? And can I still be in
this marriage without
becoming unrecognisable to
myself ? twisted by anger,
resentment, or remoteness,?
she wrote in ?What
Happened?, her book on her
loss to Trump in 2016.
?The answers were always
yes. So I kept going.?
And kept going, because all
the time she had fancied being
president.
Melania is a most
inscrutable First Lady.
Nobody from the media has
gained insight into her true
feelings. Miserable Lady Diana
took out insurance by
confiding to sources who
would guard her side of the
story for the future.
Melania?s loyalty to Trump,
whatever her reasons for it, is
one of his last remaining
fictions of stability.
Despite the good news
Trump has to tell ? that blue-
ALL INDICATIONS ARE
SUGGESTING HE WILL BE
A ONE-TERM PRESIDENTT
? IF HE ACTUALLY
SURVIVES THAT LONG,
WRITES PAUL TOOHEYY
collar wages have risen above
white-collar wages for the first
time in 10 years, the record
homegrown oil production,
the strong growth in factory
activity ? the impression is
that he is holding on by an
unravelling thread.
There is no question he was
interested in anything of value
the Russians might provide to
upset Hillary Clinton?s
campaign. He claims it was
done without his knowledge,
but how? Were all his
employees acting
independently?
The safest place for Trump
to hide is in the White House.
Robert Mueller, who is leading
the investigation into the
Russian scandal, is saving
Trump until last.
It is a mark of respect ? if
not for Trump, for the office of
President.
Now that the Democrats
have regained control of the
House of Representatives
they could move to impeach
Trump.
However, Democrat
House speaker Nancy Pelosi
has indicated she will not
pull that trigger just for a
political show.
?You have to have
evidence, evidence of the
connection. Everything?s
about the connection,? Pelosi
told The Atlantic recently.
She is holding fire, believing
the office of president is
already so damaged by Trump
that lame impeachment
proceedings would further
harm her country?s standing.
The constitutional grounds
for impeachment ? ?treason,
bribery, or other high crimes
and misdemeanours? ? are
broad and would need to pass
through the Senate, still
controlled by the Republicans.
A two-thirds Senate
majority is required to
remove a president,
therefore Pelosi is
waiting for something
on Russia that is so bad,
so irrefutable, that
Republicans could not
in conscience fail to
vote with the
Democrats.
In the case
of Richard Nixon, complicit in
the Watergate cover-up, he
did not have the support of his
own party and resigned to
avoid impeachment.
Bill Clinton survived
impeachment, even though he
controlled neither the House
of Reps nor the Senate. He
was saved by his high approval
rating, a growing economy
and a view that his
extramarital affair was a
private, not political, matter.
The Democrat thinking on
Trump appears to be: let?s wait
and see what Mueller digs up.
Trump told Bloomberg in
August: ?I don?t think they can
impeach somebody that?s
doing a great job. You look at
the economy, you look at jobs,
you look at foreign, what?s
going on with other countries.
You look at trade deals. I?m
doing a great job.?
He?s partly right. History
shows that parties feel some
responsibility to take into
account the will of the people.
If a president has soaring
approval, they would hesitate
to impeach.
On this score, Trump is
flatlining.
According to
FiveThirtyEight, the site that
aggregates multiple US
opinion polls to produce a live
popularity rating, Trump, at
this point in his presidency, is
now less popular than all of
the previous 12 presidents
going back to Harry S.
Truman.
This makes him the least
popular president since
WWII, an extraordinary
expression of buyer?s
remorse from the American
public. On current ratings,
Trump would face
humiliating defeat if he was
to contest the election in
November 2020.
Furthermore, Trump
would be 75 if he was to be
inaugurated a second time
in January, 2021 ? which
would make him the oldestever US president, older
even than Ronald Reagan,
who was 73 when he took
office for a second term.
Trump?s age, his
unpopularity, the chance of
being indicted or
impeached, and his inability
to find like-minded thinkers
within his own
administration or across
America?s bureaucracies
suggest he?ll be a one-term
president, if he survives that
long. And remember, there
is nothing stopping other
Republicans from
competing for
presidential
preselectio
n in 2020.
That is a
pathway
Melania Trump is
critical to her husband?s
survival as President;
son-in-law Jared
Kushner (far right).
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the party must consider if it
wants to retain power; though
there are signs they?ve had
enough.
The person with the
hardest political sell job in the
world, Trump?s spokesperson
Sarah Huckabee-Sanders
(who replaced Sean Spicer,
who resigned in protest), looks
exhausted at having to
continually explain the
inexplicable.
But that?s nothing on the
string of high-level defections,
resignations and sackings:
Sally Yates, Attorney-General
(sacked); national security
adviser Michael Flynn
(resigned over Russian
collusion, yet to be sentenced);
HR McMaster (the second
national security adviser to
resign), and James Comey,
former FBI director (sacked as
he got too close to the Russian
investigation).
It goes on.
Jeff Sessions, Attorney-
POSSIBLE
CONTENDERS
FOR 2020
You have to
have evidence,
evidence of the
connection. It?s
all about the
connection
Democrats
ELIZABETH WARREN
Warren?s 2020 campaign
site is up and running.
The law professor and US
senator grew up in
Oklahoma and is now
based in Massachusetts.
She attracted ridicule by
claiming Native American
heritage on a low DNA
analysis. She is against
Trump?s wall and the war
in Yemen.
Said Trump: ?I?d love to
run against her.?
Nancy Pelosi.
General (forced to resign);
Reince Priebus, chief of staff
(resigned); John Kelly, chief
of staff (resigned, unable to
work with Trump); Rex
Tillerson, secretary of state
(sacked, reportedly called
Trump a ?moron?); Brett
McGurk, anti-ISIS
ambassador (resigned in
disagreement with Trump)
and Jim Mattis, secretary
of defence (resigned,
unable to work with
Trump).
There is no question
Trump is an extraordinary
communicator. Never before
has a President granted such
immediate access to his
thoughts. But his staff,
America and the
world
Trump meeting with North
Korea leader Kim Jong-un
and (top) Nancy Pelosi.
have not liked what they have
seen. Trump?s greatest
international success,
persuading Kim Jong-un to
step back from the brink of
nuclear aggression, is now
viewed as no more than a PR
event. Kim has not given up
his weapons and is likely
building more ? though
he has stopped sending
rockets over Japan.
Trump?s decision to
withdraw troops from
Syria without
consultation has led
to two resignations
(McGurk, Mattis)
on the grounds
that the US was
playing an
important
role in keeping
Russia, Iran and the tyrannical
Bashar al-Assad at bay, along
with protecting the Kurds who
have been instrumental in
taking on ISIS.
Now he appears to be
having second thoughts, but as
ever with Trump we won?t
know until we know.
What we do know is that
when he really wants to make
a point, it?s an all-caps tweet.
Like his New Year?s message,
sent not in the spirit of
humanity but to his enemies.
?HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO
EVERY
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KAMALA HARRIS
Senator Harris is a strong
orator and lawmaker as
former Californian
attorney-general. Her
Tamil-Jamaican heritage
will not work against her.
She recently tweeted:
?Instead of wasting
money on a concrete
border wall, let?s spend
that money on
infrastructure, health
care and tackling climate
change.?
ONE, INCLUDING THE
HATERS AND THE FAKE
NEWS MEDIA! 2019 WILL
BE A FANTASTIC YEAR
FOR THOSE NOT
SUFFERING FROM TRUMP
DERANGEMENT
SYNDROME. JUST CALM
DOWN AND ENJOY THE
RIDE, GREAT THINGS ARE
HAPPENING FOR OUR
COUNTRY!?
In an accompanying video
message, Trump said: ?Let?s
enjoy the next year, and then
we?re going to enjoy the
following year, and then we
have four more and
everything is going to
be so beautiful.?
No, it?s going
to get ugly.
JOE BIDEN
The former vicepresident has popular
appeal, but age is against
him. He would be 78 in
2020.
Republicans
JOHN KASICH
Ohio governor Kasich?s
term finishes this month
and he?s been talking
about taking on Trump in
2020, because ?I?m not
only just worried about
the tone and the name
calling and the division in
our country and the
partisanship, but
I also worry
about the
policies??. He
took on Trump in
2016 and lost, badly.
THE OTHERS
Names floating about
include Arizona senator
Jeff Flake (could America
tolerate a President
Flake?) and Ted Cruz,
senator and former Texas
solicitor-general (he lost
to Trump in 2016) but the
most threatening
Republican candidate is
yet to be revealed.
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STORIES
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A SPECIAL PROJECT IS CHERISHING
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WRITES ELIZABETH FORTESCUE
t?s roasting hot in the
front yard of Uncle
Wes Marne?s Mount
Druitt home, but a
little breeze suddenly
comes dancing across
the street.
Uncle Wes glances
up from under his brim.
?The kwinees,? he says
mysteriously.
Met with a blank look,
the 96-year-old indigenous
elder explains.
The kwinees were little
spirits that lived on the
moon and came to earth at
night for honey.
One night, a kwinee got
caught in a tree and couldn?t
return to the moon.
In the morning, a hunter
found the kwinee and
released it. In thanks for this
kindness, all the kwinees
moved to earth and
dedicated their lives to
caring for flowers, to making
dew, and to sending cool
breezes through the trees.
This is the kind of thing
you learn if you stick around
with Uncle Wes.
Uncle Wes is from a long
line of indigenous
storytellers. A Bigambul
man who started life under
the ?birthing tree? beside the
McIntyre River in southern
Queensland, he has lived in
Blacktown for 40 years.
Apart from supporting
youth at risk, and thus
becoming a familiar face in
Western Sydney lockups
and courthouses, Uncle Wes
has dedicated his time to
ensuring that Dreamtime
stories continue to captivate
and educate everyone ? not
only indigenous people.
To Uncle Wes, the
imperative for the
stories to survive and
flourish is simply
explained.
?The stories
are thousands
and
thousands
of years old,? he says.
?Right back in the
beginning of every culture,
you?ve got to have stories.?
Once, Uncle Wes asked an
English-born teacher if her
country had ancient stories
too. ?She said ?no?,? Uncle Wes
says. ?I said, ?do you honestly
tell me that St George jumped
on his horse, galloped across
the flat, and killed a sevenheaded dragon??
?You?ve got to have stories.
If you don?t have stories, you
don?t have an imagination.?
Uncle Wes?s grandfather,
Nukkawhee, told stories right
to the end of his life. When he
did so, Nukkawhee was in
defiance of Australian
assimilation laws.
?Right back when I was
small in the 1920s, the
aboriginal children were not
allowed to be told (indigenous)
stories,? Uncle Wes says.
?A lot of the stories were
forgotten because they weren?t
being told.?
Nukkawhee, however,
persisted, telling his grandson
many stories around
the campfire. This
made Uncle Wes
a natural choice
for Daniel
Browning to
turn to when
the ABC
Radio National presenter was
curating a project for the
Sydney Festival. Blak Box:
Four Winds is a collaboration
between Browning, of
Bundjalung and Kullilli
descent, Blacktown Arts and
Western Sydney arts
organisation Urban Theatre
Projects. Blak Box will be open
to the public between January
9 and February 2 at Blacktown
Showground. Tickets are $35.
Blak Box is a surroundsound pavilion which allows
audiences to experience ?deep
listening?, Browning says.
What they hear is a
recording of Uncle Wes and
his fellow elder Aunty Edna
Watson as they speak to
Blacktown indigenous
teenagers Savarna Russell and
Shaun Millwood. Russell and
Millwood already know Uncle
Wes from attending his
?indigenous camps?.
Aboriginal arts advocate
Lily Shearer was the project?s
cultural consultant. Eric Avery
composed the music, Emma
Donovan sang, and awardwinning architect
Kevin O?Brien
of Kaurereg
and
Meriam
descent
designed
the Blak
Box structure. As a key part of
Blak Box, Uncle Wes has
plenty to tell.
His first decade of life was
spent on country. Then his
family was moved to Dead
Bird Mission in northwestern
NSW. Decades later, Uncle
Wes was the last person to
walk off the mission.
He could have gone to live
in town, as many other
aboriginal people did. But he
couldn?t stomach the many
legal restrictions. Who wanted
to live in town when it was
only at the management?s
discretion that you would
be served at the shops?
Uncle Wes served in the
RAN in the Korean War. On
his return, his wife Mavis and
their two babies were killed in
a car accident.
He did manual labour in
various industries and
pioneered the teaching of
Dreamtime stories in schools.
Marrying again, he lost a
child to cot death and another
to drowning. Of his three
surviving daughters, one
passed away recently.
?That?s part of life,? he says.
Uncle Wes is a great, great,
great grandfather, and one sixyear-old among his brood
looks like being a natural
storyteller. That little guy will
be familiar with the kwinees in
no time.
You?ve got to
have stories. If
you don?t have
stories, you
don?t have an
imagination.
Uncle Wes
Uncle Wes Marne at his Mt Druitt home and
(above) with Shaun Millwood, Aunty Edna
Watson and Savarna Russell.
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TO BE DC?S HERO
HOMEGROWN Aussie
blockbuster Aquaman has
quickly become Australia?s
favourite DC superhero
movie.
The Gold Coast-filmed flick
has posted the highestgrossing opening
week for a DC
superhero movie in
Australia, pulling in
$18.3 million at the
Australian box office
since its Boxing Day
release.
Aquaman?s
figures eclipsed
the returns for
both Batman v
Superman: Dawn Of
Justice ($18.1 million)
and Suicide Squad
($17.2 million) in 2016.
It was also the
third-highest opening
week in 2018 in
Australia, behind
Marvel?s Avengers:
Infinity War and
Deadpool 2, and Warner
Bros best result since
Hobbit: The Desolation
Of Smaug in 2013.
?We are thrilled
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numbers and
anticipate strong word of
Aussies make hot Hollywood star list
AUSTRALIANS are well and truly taking over
Hollywood.
Four of our hottest acting exports ? Nicole
Kidman, Margot Robbie, Troye Sivan and
Elizabeth Debicki ? have made the list of
Hollywood?s 29 biggest stars in one of America?s
top fashion publications, W Magazine.
Featuring in an eccentric spread shot (left) by
high-profile fashion photographer Tim Walker,
51-year-old Kidman graces the cover.
Kidman was lauded for both Destroyer and
Boy Erased, in which she respectively played a
gritty cop and a religious mother who sends her
son to gay conversion therapy. Kidman also
revealed that she stole the leather jacket that her
character wears throughout Destroyer.
Robbie, 28, (right) was recognised for her role
as Queen Elizabeth in Mary Queen of Scots
(which has had mixed reviews) while Debicki, 28,
was championed for her breakout performance
in Steve McQueen?s heist film Widows.
New kid on the acting block, 23-year-old
singer Sivan, made the list for his debut role in
Boy Erased. Others on the list included Claire
Foy, Eddie Redmayne, Emily Blunt, Jonah
Hill and Amy Adams.
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mouth will carry these terrific
results well into January,? Joel
Pearlman, Co-CEO of
Roadshow Films, said
yesterday.
Meanwhile, Aquaman
was the number one film
internationally for the
fourth consecutive
weekend, pulling in
$825 million
worldwide.
The film?s
star Jason
Momoa
made room
in his
schedule to
attend the
Australian
premiere on
the Gold Coast
last month as
well as a fan event
in Sydney the
following day.
Also starring
Amber Heard,
Nicole Kidman,
Patrick Wilson
and Willem
Dafoe, Aquaman
was filmed at
Village Roadshow
Studios and on
location in
Queensland
in 2017.
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allegedly started with subtle
swipes on social media,
intensified with a physical
altercation
altercatio at a Harper?s
Bazaar
Baza party during
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Hands up
if you?re
in the red
After a rough run home in the final months of 2018, many
investors are nursing losses, writes Karina Barrymore
A
T home, it was a
year of reckoning
for the big banks as
their dirty laundry
was hung out for all
to see at the financial services
royal commission.
Abroad, it was the year US
President Donald Trump
dragged his nation into a bitter
trade stoush with its biggest
trading partner, China.
And as the fallout from
both developments ? and the
ousting of yet another
Australian prime minister ?
washed across the markets,
investors paid a heavy price.
Those with cash in the bank
enjoyed a rare year in the
winner?s lane, eking out
narrow gains.
But share prices reversed,
as did property prices, and
superannuation funds
struggled to stay in the black
as the stockmarket woes took
a toll.
Here?s how your assets
fared.
PROPERTY
RESIDENTIAL property
prices took a hit this year in
most markets, with the
average price for houses and
flats falling 4.8 per cent
nationally.
According to research
house CoreLogic, prices have
broadly fallen 5.2 per cent
since peaking in October 2017
? the biggest such fall since
the global financial crisis a
decade ago.
Prices started to decline
gently but the slide gathered
pace as the year progressed,
particularly in Melbourne and
Sydney.
CoreLogic research analyst
Cameron Kusher said Sydney
recorded the largest fall, down
8.9 per cent ? its steepest fullyear slump for almost 35 years.
Melbourne prices were
down 7 per cent.
Unlike previous real estate
Cameron Kusher - Dinkus
declines, typically caused by
unfavourable economic
conditions or higher
borrowing costs, this year?s fall
has been caused by a
contraction in lending.
?This slowdown has been
manufactured via tighter
credit conditions while the
economy continues to grow
and mortgage rates sit at near
record low levels,? Mr Kusher
said.
He said that for the first
time since financial
deregulation in the mid 1980s,
access to credit had become
more difficult.
On preliminary figures, the
suburb with the highest
median price for houses that
changed hands during the year
was Sydney?s Bellevue Hill at
$4.6 million, followed by
Vaucluse at $4 million.
Melbourne?s Toorak came
in third at $3.8 million.
The lowest median house
price was in Zeehan in
Tasmania?s west, at $71,200,
followed by Peterborough in
regional South Australia at
$71,900.
For landlords, the highest
rental yields came from
Western Australia, with units
in Port Hedland offering 16
per cent.
SHARES
SHARE markets fell heavily
across the globe in the second
half of the year, creating a
headache for those heavily
invested in stocks.
The Australian bourse
finished the year as one of the
better performers ? albeit in a
bad bunch ? and narrowly
behind the US market.
Ending December at about
5600 points, the benchmark
ASX 200 index was down 6.9
per cent across the year.
That compares with a 5.6
per cent fall in the Dow Jones
Industrial Average.
The red ink ran far deeper
in key European and Asian
markets, which all sustained
double-digit slides over the
year.
?Up to August the ASX 200
was at a 10-year high, but since
then it was hit with a
combination of global worries
overlayed with local issues,?
AMP Capital chief economist
Shane Oliver said.
Across the companies that
make up the benchmark
index, all but two sectors
finished in the red.
The health sector ? a
traditional defensive
investment ? was the
standout performer, up 17.3 per
cent, and the IT sector also
had a solid year chalking up a
5.5 per cent gain.
Among the big losers was
the communications sector
which was down 21.4 per cent
as a lacklustre year for Telstra
had an impact.
Financial services finished
the year down 14.8 per cent as
the royal commission hearings
played out.
The energy sector also
fared poorly, shedding 10.8 per
cent, while consumer
discretionary stocks dropped
10.7 per cent.
Dr Oliver said global trade
tensions and the prospect of
more interest rate rises in the
US were among issues that
had weighed on the market.
?We can expect another
similar combination of factors
but to a lesser degree,? he said.
?This will again be
overlayed with local issues ?
housing prices and wages
growth ? which will impact
on consumer spending.?
SUPERANNUATION
THE final report card for
super funds is yet to be
released, but the average
balanced-option fund was
sitting on a narrow loss in
December as share prices fell.
Most analysts expect the
typical fund to have lost 1 per
cent for the year.
That would mark the first
negative return for balanced
funds in almost seven years.
Typically, shares make up
about half of the investments
by value in balanced fund
investments.
That means falls in share
prices can exact a heavy toll on
super funds.
However, such falls last
year have been offset by
improvements in values of
other assets including
infrastructure, commercial
property, private-equity
investments and cash.
SuperRatings executive
director Kirby Rappell late last
year expected most funds
could end the year down 1.5
per cent.
?Although it will be a
struggle right to the end, we
expect balanced funds to
nudge 1.5 per cent down for
the year,? Mr Rappell said.
?A weaker Australian dollar
has helped offset some of the
worst international falls but
has not been able to stem the
losses overall.
Returns from super since
the GFC have been incredibly
strong, however, and we think
a lower-return environment is
here to stay for at least the
next year.?
Super research company
Chant West expected the
typical loss to clock in at 0.5
per cent.
?However, it is no sure
thing and we may yet see the it
worsen,? research manager
Mano Mohankumar said.
?Whatever happens, this
year?s return will be nowhere
near the 10 per cent average of
the previous six years.
?Asset managers have been
saying for some time that most
sectors are now priced at the
top of their valuations or close
to it.?
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Big banks? home loan
growth hits fresh low
JOYCE MOULLAKIS
BANKING
GROWTH in mortgage lending among the big banks tumbled in November to its lowest
level in more than a decade,
analysis shows.
It came as banks scrutinised
loan applications more vigorously and borrowers increasingly sat on their hands.
Morgan Stanley analysts
examined the latest statistics
from banking watchdog the
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority and found
that in November the value of
home loans extended by the
big banks was up only 3.6 per
cent from the same month a
year earlier.
That was the lowest yearon-year growth for any month
in records going back more
than a decade, the Morgan
Stanley team found.
The decline was not as stark
across the broader industry, as
so-called ?system? housing
loan growth clocked in at
about 5 per cent in November,
down from about 7 per cent a
year earlier.
?While smaller banks and
non banks grew about 8 per
cent and about 16 per cent respectively, the major banks?
growth fell further this month
to a new record low of just 3.6
per cent,? Morgan Stanley analysts, led by Richard Wiles,
said in a report for investors.
?In our view, tighter lending
standards are creating a competitive disadvantage for the
banks.?
Formulas used by the big
banks to assess spending by
home-loan applicants came
under fire at the financial services royal commission for
being too crude and not including enough information.
The banks are in the process of changing their ap-
proach, or lessening their
reliance on such formulas. As a
result, customers are flocking
to smaller banks and non-bank
lenders, analysts said.
Across all lenders, growth
in loans to investors had
slowed to about 1 per cent,
compared with 10 per cent in
2015, the analysts said.
But at the big banks, the
amount being lent to investors
was now falling at a rate of
about 0.5 per cent a year, they
said.
?All else equal, this is negative for bank (profit) margins,?
Morgan Stanley?s report says.
The analysts don?t expect
the removal of lending caps on
investment and interest-only
loans to lead to a rebound in
mortgage volumes.
In the year to November,
the combined investor loan
books of the big four was
$471.4 billion, compared with
$471.1 billion a year earlier.
Utes rule as car sales fall
TRANSPORT
SALES of new cars came off
the boil in Australia last year,
official figures reveal.
Peak industry body the Federal Chamber of Automotive
Industries yesterday reported
total vehicle sales of 1.15 million for 2018 ? down 3 per
cent from the record-setting
figures of the previous year.
Chief
executive
Tony
Weber said factors including a
slowing housing market, tighter lending conditions and the
drought helped put the brakes
on sales.
Versatile utes and familyfriendly sports utility vehicles
continued to dominate the
sales charts.
Toyota?s best-selling HiLux ute maintained its sales
lead in December, staying in
front of arch rival Ford Ranger.
Other
utes,
including
Isuzu?s D-Max and Mitsubishi?s Triton, also featured in
the top 10 sellers.
But even the top sellers
were not immune from the
sales slowdown, with Hi-Lux
and Ranger sales falling 2.7 per
cent and 2 per cent respectively compared with the same
month a year earlier.
Across the market, December sales were down nearly 15
per cent from a year earlier.
The Hi-Lux and Ranger
were also Australia?s top selling vehicles for 2018, shifting
51,705 and 42,144 units each.
Hatches ? Mazda?s 3, Toyota?s Corolla and Hyundai?s
i30 ? rounded out the top five.
While utes and hatches feature prominently in the sales
charts for individual models,
SUVs continued to dominate
as a category, with a huge diversity of models making up 43
per cent of the Australian vehicle market last year.
There was a huge drop-off
in passenger vehicle sales in
December, down more than 26
per cent compared with a year
earlier.
MARKET WRAP
CASH
SAVERS have had a small win
this year with a slight rise in
the average interest rate paid
on a $50,000 term deposit.
Financial services broker
Finder said the average 12month term deposit rate in
January last year was 2.29 per
cent. This had increased to
2.39 per cent by last month.
However, the increase
would have done little for
people relying on savings for
income, or to fast-track goals
such as building a home
deposit, Finder spokeswoman
Bessie Hassan said.
The increase in the average
rate on a $50,000 term deposit
would add up to an extra $50
over the year, delivering total
interest of $1195.
Ms Hassan said the highest
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by Finder was 2.8 per cent. For
a $50,000 deposit, that would
have added an extra $255
compared with the average at
the start of the year, delivering
$1400 interest in total.
It was mixed news for
borrowers, with a small
reduction in the average
interest rate charged on
owner-occupier home loans
but a small increase in the
average charged on credit card
debt. Banks also broadly hit
investment home-loan
customers with rate rises.
The average owneroccupier home loan started
the year at 5.09 per cent and
ended it at 5.05 per cent.
?Average home-loan rates
continue to inch down as the
cash rate remains historically
low,? Ms Hassan said.
?Despite the average rate
appearing as 5.05 per cent, in
this market you really should
have a mortgage with a three
in front of it.? By contrast
average credit card rates have
increased 0.03 from 17.09 per
cent to 17.12 per cent.
?We encourage people to
pay off their credit cards in full
each month,? Ms Hassan said.
?If you do need to carry a
balance, it?s worth looking for a
card with a low purchase
interest rate. Otherwise you
could move your debt to a card
with zero interest on balance
transfers and pay it off during
the promotional period.?
The Reserve Bank official
cash rate was unchanged in
2018 at 1.5 per cent.
karina.barrymore@news.com.au
NEGATIVE CLOSE AFTER EARLY FALL
THE share market fell in early
trade yesterday amid
continuing fears of a
slowdown in China but
recovered much of its losses in
afternoon trading.
The benchmark ASX 200
index closed down 14 points,
or 0.3 per cent, at 5619.4,
after a morning in which it was
down by more than 1 per cent.
The broader All Ordinaries
closed down 17.6 points, also
0.3 per cent, at 5677.
With Thursday?s profit
warning by Apple dominating
market sentiment out of the
US, ?it?s very much a trading
risk-off day,? Bell Direct
market analyst Julia Lee said.
Traders moved into higheryielding defensive stocks such
as utilities, up 1.9 per cent, and
telecoms, up 0.4 per cent, and
away from riskier plays, Ms
Lee said. Information
technology stocks slumped
more than 2 per cent.
Shares in logistics software
company Wisetech Global
fell 4.2 per cent to $16.47 and
circuit board software
company Altium dropped
almost 4 per cent to $20.79.
In telecommunications,
Telstra gained 1.4 per cent to
$2.89, and in the utilities
sector, gas pipeline operator
APA closed 3.1 per cent higher
at $8.93.
A2 Milk, which has strong
exposure to China through
infant formula sales, fell 3.8
per cent to $10.10.
Healius had another strong
day up 12c, or 4.5 per cent, to
$2.75, after Thursday?s
takeover news. China?s Jangho
Group has made a highly
conditional offer of $3.25 a
share for the medical centre
and pathology group.
Discretionary consumer
stocks were again lower
following Kathmandu?s
warning on Thursday that its
holiday sales had been
lacklustre. The dual-listed
outdoor clothing retailer was
down 2.2 per cent to $2.20.
Luxury bedding company
Adairs was off 4 per cent, at
$1.68 and furniture importer
Nick Scali fell 2.8 per cent, to
$4.85. Wesfarmers had a
better day, up 33c, or 1 per
cent, to $23.08.
Gold miners were a bright
spot with the precious metal
price near a six-month high.
Newcrest Mining gained 3.9
per cent to $23.53.
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5.00 Escape From The City:
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6.00 NBC Today. (CC) News and
current affairs.
(PRIME7/WAGGA) Home
Shopping.
7.00 Weekend Sunrise. (CC)
The latest news, sport
and weather.
9.30 Cricket. (CC) Fourth Test.
Australia v India. Day 3. Morning
session. From the SCG.
12.30 The Lunch Break. (CC) Takes
a look at the day of play so far
between Australia and India.
1.10 Cricket. (CC) Fourth
Test. Australia v India.
Day 3. Afternoon session.
From the SCG.
6.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
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7.00 Weekend Today. (CC)
10.00 Today Extra Summer. (PG, CC)
12.00 Destination WA. (CC)
12.30 Who Do You Think You Are?
Molly Ringwald. (PG, R, CC)
1.30 Quolls: Fast And
Furious. (R, CC)
2.45 MOVIE: House Arrest.
(PGa, R, CC) (1996) A group of
children kidnap their parents.
Jamie Lee Curtis.
5.00 Nine News At 5. (CC)
5.30 Garda Down Under. (PGal, CC)
Follows Irish police officers
working in WA.
6.00 Fishing. (CC) Australian C?ship.
6.30 Escape Fishing. (R, CC) 7.00
Australia By Design. (R, CC) 7.30 What?s
Up Down Under. (R, CC) 8.00 Pooches
At Play. (R, CC) 8.30 My Market Kitchen.
(R, CC) (WIN/WAGGA) Ent. Tonight.
(PG, R, CC) 9.00 Places We Go. (R, CC)
9.30 St10. (CC) 12.00 The 48-Hour
Destination. (R, CC) 12.30 Luxury
Escapes. (R, CC) 1.00 The Living Room.
(PG, R, CC) 2.00 The Renovation King. (R,
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Cook?s Pantry. (R, CC) (WIN/WAGGA)
Judge Judy. (PG, CC) 3.30 Everyday
Gourmet. (R, CC) (WIN/WAGGA) Fishing
Aust. (R, CC) 4.00 Jamie?s Opera House
Special. (R, CC) 5.00 News. (CC)
6.00 France 24 English News. (CC)
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BBC News. (CC) 7.30 Italian News. 8.10
Filipino News. 8.40 French News.
9.30 Greek News.
10.30 German News.
11.00 Spanish News.
12.00 Arabic News F24. (France)
12.30 Turkish News.
1.00 PBS NewsHour. (CC)
2.00 Small Business
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2.30 Figure Skating. (CC) ISU Grand
Prix. Round 5. Rostelecom Cup.
5.20 Chasing The Light With Ray
Martin. (R, CC) Ray and Ken
head to the Kimberley.
6.00 Rediscovering T-Rex. (R, CC)
Looks at the Tyrannosaurus rex.
7.00 ABC News. (CC) Takes a look at
today?s top stories.
7.30 Miniseries: Little Women.
(PG, CC) Part 1 of 3.
8.30 Miniseries: Agatha Christie?s
Ordeal By Innocence.
(Mav, R, CC) Part 1 of 3. A family
of a murdered heiress learn
the wrong man may have been
convicted of the crime.
9.30 Miniseries: Howards End.
(R, CC) Part 2 of 4. Mrs Wilcox
surprises her family with a final
request regarding Howards End.
10.25 Wolf Hall. (Ma, R, CC) Cardinal
Wolsey travels north to York.
11.30 Rage: Retro Month. (PG, CC)
Classic clips from the ?60s,
?70s and ?80s.
6.00 Seven News. (CC)
7.00 MOVIE: Willy Wonka & The
Chocolate Factory. (R, CC)
(1971) A poor, yet honest, boy
wins a guided tour of a famous
sweets factory owned by an
eccentric businessman. Gene
Wilder, Peter Ostrum, Jack
Albertson.
9.10 MOVIE: We Bought A Zoo.
(PGal, R, CC) (2011) Based on a
true story. In the wake of the
loss of his wife, a single father
moves his family to a rundown
zoo. Despite financial pressures
and a strict list of repairs required
by local authorities, he and
the remaining staff set out to
renovate and reopen the facility.
Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson.
11.40 The Goldbergs. (PG, R, CC)
6.00 Nine News Saturday. (CC)
(NBN) NBN News. (CC)
7.00 Tennis. (CC) Hopman Cup.
Evening 8. From RAC Arena,
Perth. Hosted by Rebecca
Maddern and Clint Stanaway.
6.00 MOVIE: Kung Fu Panda.
(PGv, R, CC) (2008) A panda
becomes the saviour of a village.
Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman.
7.45 Ambulance Australia.
(Mad, R, CC) The paramedics face
a busy day.
8.45 Ambulance Australia.
(Mdlm, R, CC) Follows
dispatchers and paramedics
working for NSW Ambulance?s
Sydney operations.
9.45 NCIS: New Orleans. (Mv, R, CC)
The team investigates a
copycat murder.
10.45 NCIS: New Orleans.
(Mv, R, CC) Sebastian is placed on
administrative leave.
11.45 Elementary. (Mv, R, CC)
A Revolutionary War re-enactor
is murdered.
6.30 SBS World News. (CC)
7.35 My Second Restaurant
In India. (CC) (Series return)
Sarah Todd sets out to open a
restaurant.
8.35 Pope: The Most Powerful
Man In History: The Wartime
Popes. (CC) (US) Explores the
controversial legacy of Pope Pius
XII who led the church during
World War II.
9.25 Pope: The Most Powerful
Man In History: Courage,
Change And The Modern
Papacy. (CC) (Final) (US)
Explores the tenure of Pope
John Paul II.
10.15 MOVIE: Brokeback
Mountain. (Mlsv, R, CC) (2005)
(US) Two young cowboys form a
close bond. Heath Ledger.
5.00 Rage. (PG, CC) Continuous
music programming.
12.10 Grey?s Anatomy. (Mas, R, CC)
12.30 (PRIME7/WAGGA) Home
Shopping.
1.05 Grey?s Anatomy. (Ma, R, CC)
2.00 Home Shopping. (R)
4.00 Sons And Daughters. (PG, CC)
4.30 Sons And Daughters.
(PG, R, CC) Doug takes
drastic action.
5.00 The Great Outdoors. (R, CC)
1.30
1.00 Home Shopping. (R)
5.00 Hour Of Power With Bobby
Schuller. Religious program.
12.40 MOVIE: Guilty Of Romance.
(MA15+alsv, R) (2011) (Japan)
3.20 One Born Every Minute UK.
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4.15 Poh?s Kitchen. (R, CC)
4.50 Luke Nguyen?s United Kingdom
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3.30 The Great Day Out. 4.00 Creek To
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Investigation Unit. (PG) 5.30 Air Crash
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(PG) 8.30 Escape To The Country. 11.30
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(PG) (1994) 9.15 MOVIE: Beverly Hills Cop
II. (M) (1987) Eddie Murphy. A Detroit
cop returns to Beverly Hills to help two
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11.20 MOVIE: Fletch. (M) (1985) 1.30
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Replay. 3.00 Camper Trailer Lifestyle. 4.00
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(PG) 6.00 Scorpion. (PG) 7.00 Cops. (PG)
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6.05 My Sister?s Wedding In War-Torn
Syria. (PG) 6.30 Chinese Dating With The
Parents. (PG) 7.30 If You Are The One.
8.30 MOVIE: Public Enemies. (2009) 11.15
MOVIE: Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. (MA15+)
(2014) 1.00 MOVIE: Locke. (MA15+) (2013)
2.35 France 24 News In English From Paris.
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Little Kingdom. 7.20 Shaun The Sheep.
7.30 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 8.00 Would
I Lie To You? 8.30 Live At The Apollo.
(M) 9.15 Live From The BBC. (M) 9.45
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A Novel. (MA15+) 11.30 The Letdown. (M)
3.00 News Update. 3.05 Close. 5.00 The
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Timbersports. 1.00 Blokesworld. (PG)
1.30 Maxim TV. (PG) 2.00 Storage Wars.
(PG) 2.30 Ice Road Truckers. (PG) 3.30
Rodeo. PBR Australia. 4.00 Bloopers. (PG)
4.30 Storage Wars. (PG) 5.30 Restoration
Garage. (PG) 6.30 MOVIE: Wild Hogs.
(PG) (2007) 8.35 MOVIE: Inception. (M)
(2010) 11.35 American Dad! (M) 12.05
Blokesworld. (PG) 12.35 Outback Hunters.
(M) 1.35 Bloopers. (PG) 2.00 Restoration
Garage. (PG) 3.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Children?s Programs. 8.00 MOVIE:
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MOVIE: The NeverEnding Story. (1984)
7.00 Tennis. Brisbane International. Night
6. 11.30 Kevin Can Wait. (PG) 12.00 Adult
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Tattoo Fixers. (MA15+) 3.00 Thunderbirds.
4.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 4.30 Clarence. (PG)
4.50 Late Programs.
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Charmed. (PG) 1.30 Becker. (PG) 2.00
King Of Queens. (PG) 2.30 Frasier. (PG)
3.30 MOVIE: Capture The Flag. (PG) (2015)
5.30 MOVIE: Flushed Away. (2006) 7.10
MOVIE: Confessions Of A Shopaholic. (PG)
(2009) 9.20 MOVIE: My Big Fat Greek
Wedding. (PG) (2002) 11.20 MOVIE: Dance
Flick. (MA15+) (2009) 1.00 The Loop. 3.30
Shopping. 5.30 Joseph Prince.
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And The Chef. 1.00 Oliver?s Twist. 2.00
No Reservations. (PG) 3.00 The Good
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Ask The Butcher. 5.00 The Cook And The
Chef. (PG) 5.30 The Cook And The Chef.
6.30 Justine?s Flavours Of Fuji. 7.30 Nigella
Bites. 8.30 Dinner Date. 9.30 Destination
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6.55 Deadly 60 On A Mission. 7.25
Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! 7.50 The
Fairly OddParents. 8.10 Slugterra. 8.35
Detentionaire. 8.55 DanTDM On Tour. (PG)
10.25 Stand And Deliver. 10.45 Close. 5.00
Molang. 5.25 Oddbods. 5.30 Children?s
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Buckets. 11.15 I Didn?t Do It. 12.15 Jabba?s
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Evermoor Chronicles. (PG) 2.30 Girl Meets
World. (PG) 3.30 Dog With A Blog. (PG)
4.30 MOVIE: How To Build A Better Boy.
(PG) (2014) 6.30 MOVIE: Doc Hollywood.
(PG) (1991) 8.40 MOVIE: Presumed
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Property Brothers At Home On The Ranch.
(PG) 2.30 Beachfront Bargain Hunt:
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Home Town. 5.30 Open Homes Australia.
6.30 Texas Flip And Move. 7.30 Masters
Of Flip. 8.30 House Hunters. 9.30 House
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11.30 Hawaii Life. 12.30 Fixer Upper. (PG)
1.30 Flipping Boston. (PG) 2.30 House
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One Plus One. 2.00 News. 2.30 Women?s
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Weekly. 5.00 News. 5.30 Compass. (PG)
6.00 News Weekend. 6.30 The Mix. 7.00
News Weekend. 7.30 7.30: The Interviews.
8.00 News Weekend. 8.30 Back Roads.
(PG) 9.00 News Weekend. 9.30 Matter Of
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Live, I Breathe, I Surf. (PG) 2.00 Chefs?
Line. 2.30 Unearthed. 3.00 Baseball. SA
Super League. 5.00 Flying Boomerangs.
(PG) 5.30 Keeping The Language. (PG)
6.00 Maori TV?s Native Affairs Summer.
6.30 Jackie Robinson. 7.30 The Book Of
Negroes. (M) 8.30 MOVIE: One Thousand
Ropes. (M) (2016) 10.15 Music Voyager.
11.15 Yarrabah! The Musical. 11.45 Bluey.
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3.00 WWE Raw. (M) 6.00 The Simpsons. (PG)
7.30 Family Guy. (MA15+) 8.30 A Discovery Of
Witches. (M) 9.30 Top 20 Funniest. (M) 10.30
Pets Make You Laugh Out Loud. (PG) 11.30
Lucifer. (M) 12.30am The Simpsons. (PG) 3.00
Family Guy. (MA15+) 4.00 American Dad! (M)
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(M) 8.30 Midsomer Murders. (M) 10.30 New
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12.25am EastEnders. (PG)
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Location, Location, Location. 11.25 Location
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Selling Houses Australia. 3.30 Grand Designs
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Location, Location, Location. 7.30 Grand
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10.30 Cricket. Fourth Test.
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8.00 David Attenborough?s
The Blue Planet II: Coasts.
(PGa, R, CC) Sir David
Attenborough looks at the
coasts, where two different
worlds collide.
9.10 MOVIE: Everest. (Ma, R, CC)
(2015) Two expeditions on
their final ascent towards the
summit of Mt Everest face a
violent storm. Jason Clarke, Jake
Gyllenhaal, Ang Phula Sherpa.
11.35 Taken. (M, CC) The ODNI assists
an Israeli spy.
6.00 David Attenborough?s
Natural Curiosities: Extreme
Babies. (R, CC) Presented by Sir
David Attenborough.
6.30 The Sunday Project. (CC)
A look at the day?s news.
7.30 The Graham Norton Show.
(CC) Graham chats with Emily
Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ben
Whishaw and Emily Mortimer.
8.30 MOVIE: The Girl On The
Train. (Mansv, CC) (2016) After
witnessing an incident from
her seat on a train, a divorced
alcoholic becomes embroiled
in an investigation. Emily Blunt,
Justin Theroux, Luke Evans.
10.45 NCIS. (Ma, R, CC) A US Navy
captain is murdered.
11.30 The Sunday Project. (R, CC)
A look at the day?s news.
6.30 SBS World News. (CC)
7.30 The Indian Pacific:
Australia?s Longest Train
Journey. (CC) Documentary
examining the Indian Pacific,
the rail service from Sydney to
Perth, including how the railway
impacted Indigenous Australians
on the Nullabor Plain, the new
colony of South Australia, and
the Indigenous trade route of the
Blue Mountains.
10.40 Gypsy Kids: Our Secret
World. (PG, CC) (Series return)
(UK) Documents the lives of
children from the Traveller and
Gypsy communities in the UK.
11.35 Filthy Rich And Homeless.
(Ml, R, CC) Part 1 of 3.
12.20 House. (Mmv, R, CC) A young
mother with stomach pain dies.
1.10 Golf. (CC) Jack Newton Celebrity
Classic. Highlights.
2.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping.
2.30 Global Shop.
3.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping.
4.00 Great Getaways. (PG, R, CC)
5.00 News Early Edition. (CC)
5.30 Today. (CC)
12.30 Home Shopping. (R)
4.30 CBS This Morning. Morning
talk show. Hosted by Gayle
King, Norah O?Donnell and John
Dickerson.
12.40 The Family Law. (PG, R, CC)
(Australia) 1.10 The Family Law. (Ms, R,
CC) (Australia) 1.40 The Family Law. (PG,
R, CC) (Australia) 2.10 The Family Law.
(Ms, R, CC) (Australia) 2.40 The Family
Law. (PG, R, CC) (Australia) 3.10 Treasures
Of Ancient India. (Ms, R, CC) (UK) 4.00
One Born Every Minute UK. (Ma, R, CC)
(UK) 4.55 Peter Kuruvita?s Mexican Fiesta
Bitesize. (R, CC) 5.00 WorldWatch.
7.00
7.40
8.30
10.00
10.55
11.45
Joanna Lumley?s Nile. (R, CC)
Part 2 of 4.
ABC News Sunday. (CC)
Coverage of local, national and
international news, including the
day?s sport and weather updates.
Grand Designs: House Of The
Year. (R, CC) Part 1 of 4. Kevin
McCloud joins architects Damion
Burrows and Zac Monro to look
at five cutting-edge homes.
Vera. (Mav, R, CC) Part 1 of 4. DCI
Vera Stanhope investigates the
death of a grandmother.
Barracuda. (Mals, R, CC)
Part 1 of 4.
Miniseries: Kiri. (Madl, R, CC)
Part 1 of 4.
Silent Witness.
(MA15+av, R, CC) Security is
stepped up on the train network.
12.45 Poldark. (Mav, R, CC) Ross plans
to expand Wheal Leisure.
1.50 Vera. (Mav, R, CC)
3.20 Silent Witness.
(MA15+av, R, CC)
4.20 Palace Of Memories. (R, CC)
4.55 Catalyst: Horse
Whip, Antarctic
Acidification. (R, CC)
5.30 Gardening Australia. (R, CC)
FREEVIEW
today?s top 3
MEDICS ON CALL
7.30pm, 10 bold
FIXER UPPER
7.30pm, 9life
HOSPITAL
9.30pm, 7two
12.30 Dr. Ken. (PGa, R)
(PRIME7/WAGGA) Home
Shopping.
1.00 Dr. Ken. (PGs, R)
1.30 Dr. Ken. (PGa, R)
2.00 Home Shopping. (R)
3.30 Harry?s Practice. (R, CC)
4.00 NBC Meet The Press. (CC)
5.00 Seven Early News. (CC)
5.30 Sunrise. (CC)
sbs
6.00
6.30
7.30
8.10
8.40
9.30
10.00
12.00
12.30
1.00
5.30
5.35
France 24 English News. (CC)
Al Jazeera News. (CC)
Italian News.
Filipino News.
French News.
Greek News.
Cycling. (CC) Road National
Championships. Women?s Race.
Arabic News F24. (France)
Turkish News.
Cycling. (CC) Road National
Championships. Men?s Race.
Destination Flavour China
Bitesize. (CC) Adam Liaw
explores China.
After Hitler. (PGav, R, CC)
(France) Part 1 of 2.
7two
9gem
10 bold
sbs viceland
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Jump
Off. (PG) 1.00 Malaysia Kitchen. 1.30
Australia?s Best Backyards. 2.00 House Of
Wellness. (PG) 3.00 Escape To The Country.
5.00 The Yorkshire Vet. (PG) 6.00 Dog
Patrol. (PG) 6.30 Air Rescue. (PG) 7.00
Motorway Patrol. (PG) 8.00 Coastwatch
Oz. (PG) 8.30 Gold Coast Medical. (M)
9.30 Hospital. (M) 10.30 Brit Cops. (M)
11.30 Coastwatch Oz. (PG) 12.00 House
Of Wellness. (PG) 1.00 Brit Cops. (M) 2.00
Malaysia Kitchen. 2.30 Late Programs.
6.00 Religion. (PG) 7.30 Skippy. 8.00
Key Of David. (PG) 8.30 The Incredible
Journey Presents. (PG) 9.00 TV Shop.
10.00 The Baron. (PG) 11.00 Snow Chick:
A Penguin?s Tale. (PG) 12.00 Tennis. Sydney
International. Day 1. Qualifying and round
1. 3.00 Destination WA. 3.30 My Favorite
Martian. 4.00 Pets: Wild At Heart. (PG)
5.00 MOVIE: A Place In The Sun. (PG) (1951)
7.30 Midsomer Murders. (M) 9.40 MOVIE:
Million Dollar Baby. (M) (2004) 12.20 Late
Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 10.30 Escape
Fishing. 11.00 Fishing Edge. 11.30 Epic
Meal Empire. (PG) 12.00 Air Racing. Red
Bull Series. Round 8. Highlights. 1.00 The
Doctors. (PG) 2.00 Monster Jam. 3.00
Bondi Rescue. (PG) 4.00 Fishing. Australian
Championships. 4.30 Fishing Aust. 5.00
What?s Up Down Under. 5.30 iFish Summer.
6.00 Wonders Of Life. 7.30 Medics On Call.
(PG) 8.30 Cops: AO. (M) 9.00 MOVIE: Bus
657. (MA15+) (2015) 11.00 NCIS. (M) 12.00
Late Programs.
6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 PopAsia TV. (PG)
1.00 Speedweek. 3.00 Basketball. WNBL.
Round 13. Sydney Uni Flames v Dandenong
Rangers. 5.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. (PG)
7.35 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. (M) 8.00
Brooklyn Nine-Nine. (PG) 10.05 Brooklyn
Nine-Nine. (M) 10.30 MOVIE: Jungle Fever.
(MA15+) (1991) 12.50 MOVIE: Vampire?s
Kiss. (MA15+) (1988) 2.40 France 24 News
In English From Paris. 3.00 Thai News. 3.30
Bangla News. 4.00 Punjabi News. 4.30
Late Programs.
abc comedy
7mate
9go!
10 peach
sbs food
6.00 Children?s Programs. 7.20 Shaun
The Sheep. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00
Would I Lie To You? (PG) 8.30 Penn &
Teller: Fool Us. (PG) 9.10 Charlie Pickering:
Live At The Time Of Recording. (MA15+)
10.15 Would I Lie To You? 10.50 Upstart
Crow. (M) 11.20 W1A. (M) 11.50 Absolutely
Fabulous. (M) 12.20 Alan Partridge?s MidMorning Matters. 12.35 Steve Coogan?s
Stand Up Down Under. (MA15+) 2.10
News Update. 2.15 Close. 5.00 Children?s
Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 NFL. NFL.
Wild Card Round. Dallas Cowboys v Seattle
Seahawks. 3.00 Ice Road Truckers. (PG)
4.00 Fish Of The Day. (PG) 4.30 Big Angry
Fish. (PG) 5.30 Bloopers. (PG) 6.00 Loose
Screws. (PG) 7.00 MOVIE: The Ant Bully.
(2006) 8.45 MOVIE: Outbreak. (M) (1995)
11.30 Family Guy. (M) 12.00 Bloopers. (PG)
12.30 Loose Screws. (PG) 1.30 Fish Of The
Day. (PG) 2.00 Big Angry Fish. (PG) 3.00
Outback Hunters. (M) 4.00 Blokesworld.
(PG) 5.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Children?s Programs. 8.00 MOVIE:
Pokщmon: Giratina And The Sky Warrior.
(2008) 10.00 Children?s Programs. 2.00
Basketball. NBL. Round 12. Brisbane Bullets
v Melbourne United. 4.00 Tennis. Brisbane
International. Day 7. Men?s singles semifinals and men?s doubles semi-final. 10.00
MOVIE: He?s Just Not That Into You. (M)
(2009) 12.30 Adult Swim. (MA15+) 1.30
Tattoo Fixers On Holiday. (MA15+) 2.30
Science Of Stupid. (M) 3.00 Thunderbirds.
4.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 4.30 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 11.00 Brady
Bunch. 11.25 Charmed. (PG) 1.25 Raymond.
2.30 Frasier. (PG) 3.30 King Of Queens.
(PG) 4.00 Raymond. (PG) 4.30 Raymond.
5.00 Frasier. (PG) 6.30 MOVIE: The
Spiderwick Chronicles. (PG) (2008) 8.30
MOVIE: High Fidelity. (M) (2000) 10.50
Raymond. 11.50 Frasier. (PG) 12.20
Shopping. 1.20 Frasier. (PG) 1.55 Raymond.
(PG) 2.30 Raymond. 3.00 King Of Queens.
(PG) 3.30 Brady Bunch. 4.00 TMNT. 4.30
Shopping. 5.30 TMNT.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 The Good
Cooks. 12.30 Dinner Date. 1.30 Destination
Flavour: Japan. 2.30 Ask The Butcher. 3.00
The Good Cooks. (PG) 3.30 The Good
Cooks. 4.00 The Good Cooks. (PG) 4.30
Ask The Butcher. 5.00 The Cook And The
Chef. 6.30 Cheese Slices. 7.30 Hairy Bikers?
Bake-ation. 8.30 Far Eastern Odyssey. (PG)
9.35 Destination Flavour China. 10.05 Food
Safari. 10.30 The Cook And The Chef. 11.30
No Reservations. (PG) 12.30 The Cook And
The Chef. 1.00 Late Programs.
abc me
7flix
9life
abc news
nitv
6.00 Children?s Programs. 4.10 Massive
Monster Mayhem. (PG) 4.35 100 Things
To Do Before High School. 5.00 Mustangs
FC. 5.35 All Hail King Julien. (PG) 6.00
Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness.
6.25 Officially Amazing. 6.55 Deadly 60.
7.25 Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! 7.50
The Fairly OddParents. 8.10 Slugterra. 8.35
Detentionaire. 8.55 Stand And Deliver. 9.10
Prisoner Zero. 9.35 Rage. (PG) 2.25 Close.
5.00 Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! 5.30
Slugterra. 5.50 Children?s Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.15 In Your
Dreams. 1.30 Diff?rent Strokes. 2.30 Who?s
The Boss? (PG) 3.45 The Amazing Race.
(PG) 4.45 Jabba?s School Holiday Movie
Special. (PG) 5.45 Married With Children.
(PG) 6.15 How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 6.45
MOVIE: Spy Hard. (PG) (1996) 8.30 MOVIE:
Fool?s Gold. (M) (2008) 10.50 Autopsy.
(MA15+) 11.50 Bates Motel. (M) 12.50
MOVIE: Badman?s Territory. (PG) (1946)
2.30 MOVIE: The Falcon In Hollywood. (PG)
(1944) 4.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 House
Hunters. 12.30 Beachfront Bargain Hunt:
Renovation. 1.30 Open Homes Australia.
2.30 Mountain Life. 3.30 Texas Flip And
Move. 4.30 House Hunters Int. 5.30
Good Bones. (PG) 6.30 Texas Flip And
Move. 7.30 Fixer Upper. (PG) 9.30 You
Can?t Turn That Into A House! (PG) 10.30
Flipping Vegas. (PG) 11.30 Flipping Boston.
(PG) 12.30 House Hunters Int. 1.00 Open
Homes Australia. 2.00 Island Life. 3.00
Flipping Boston. (PG) 4.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News.
12.30 World This Week. 1.00 News. 1.30
The Drum Weekly. 2.00 News. 2.30 One
Plus One. 3.00 News. 3.30 Offsiders:
Summer Edition. 4.00 News. 4.30
Landline. 5.00 News. 5.30 Compass. 6.00
News Weekend. 6.30 Women?s Work.
7.00 ABC News Weekend. 7.30 7.30: The
Interviews. 8.00 ABC News Weekend.
8.30 Back Roads. 9.00 Monash And Me.
(PG) 10.00 ABC News. 10.30 One Plus
One. 11.00 ABC News. 11.30 Late News.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.30 Softball.
Adelaide A-Grade Club Competition. 2.00
Rugby League. Koori Knockout. Men?s.
Second Semi-Final. Bourke Warriors v
Newcastle All Blacks. 3.30 Rugby Union.
Ella Sevens. 4.00 Football. NTFL. 5.50
Gaelic Football. Ladies Gaelic Football
Association. Highlights. 6.00 Te Kaea. 6.30
Sivummut. (PG) 7.00 Designing Africa.
7.30 Jackie Robinson. 8.30 Johnny Cash?s
Bitter Tears Revisited. (PG) 9.30 Biggie And
Tupac. (M) 12.50 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.
BOMBER COMMAND
The RAF in the UK 1939-45 I July 4th ? 16th, 2019
During the Second World War, the RAF established and operated Bomber Command. Based in the UK, it?s role
was to bomb key targets in Nazi occupied Europe. Bomber Command was made up of airmen and women
from across the Empire, including approximately 10,000 Australians, 3,486 of whom paid the ultimate
sacrifice in their defence of freedom.
Over the past eight years, Col. Graham Fleeton has led tours to the UK, visiting airfields that the
Australian?s flew from during the war and paying their respects to their sacrifices. The tour includes
visits to many internationally renowned air museums such as Cosford, Coningsby, Shuttleworth
and Hendon plus an unforgettable day at The Flying Legends Airshow, Duxford.
To register call 1300 450 436 or visit www.battlefieldhistorytours.com.au
V3 - TELE01Z01MA
0601
6.00am 47 Metres
Down (Adventure, 2017,
M) 6.55 The Big Sick (Comedy, 2017, M) 8.55
Madame (Comedy, 2017, M) 10.30 November
Criminals (Drama, 2017, M) 12.00pm American
Made (Action, 2017, MA15+) 1.55 All The Money
In The World (Drama, 2017, MA15+) 4.10
The Post (Biographical, 2017, M) 6.10 Den Of
Thieves (Action, 2018, MA15+) 8.30 Game
Night (Comedy, 2018) 10.10 The Greatest
Showman (Drama, 2017, PG) 11.55 Maze
Runner: The Death Cure (Action, 2018, M)
6.00am
The Miracle.
(MA15+) 6.55 Outlander. (MA15+) 7.55 The
Miracle. (MA15+) 11.30 Spielberg. (MA15+)
1.55pm Ray Donovan. (MA15+) 2.55 Outlander.
(MA15+) 3.55 My Brilliant Friend. (MA15+) 5.00
Succession. (MA15+) 6.00 Veep. (MA15+) 8.30
The Miracle. (M) 9.20 Inside Game Of Thrones.
(M) 9.30 MOVIE: Robin Williams: Come Inside
My Mind (Documentary, 2018, M) 11.40 The
Miracle. (M) 12.30am The Newsroom. (M) 1.25
Treme. (MA15+) 2.25 Black Sails. (MA15+)
6.00am Hulk Vs.
(Animated, 2009, M)
7.05 Big Game (Adventure, 2014, M) 8.40
Birth Of The Dragon (Action, 2016, M) 10.20
Kiss Of The Dragon (Action, 2001, MA15+)
12.05pm The Proposition (Crime, 2005,
MA15+) 1.55 3:10 To Yuma (Adventure, 2007,
MA15+) 4.00 Reign Of Fire (Action, 2002, M)
5.45 Avatar (Sci-fi, 2009, M) 8.30 X-Men: The
Last Stand (Sci-fi, 2006, M) 10.15 The Mummy
(Adventure, 1999, M) 12.20am The Brothers
Grimm (Fantasy, 2005, M)
6.00am King Of The Hill.
(PG) 7.00 The Simpsons.
(PG) 10.00 Family Guy.
(MA15+) 10.50 American Dad! (M) 11.40 King
Of The Hill. (PG) 12.40pm The Simpsons. (PG)
3.00 WWE Smackdown. (M) 5.00 2 Broke
Girls. (M) 6.00 The Simpsons. (PG) 6.30 Fresh
Off The Boat. (PG) 7.30 Superstore. (PG) 8.00
Single Parents. (PG) 8.30 S.W.A.T. (M) 9.30
Hunted. (M) 10.30 2 Broke Girls. (M) 11.30
American Dad! (M) 12.30am The Simpsons.
(PG) 3.00 Family Guy. (MA15+)
6.00am QI. (M) 7.50 Ireland With
Ardal O?Hanlon. (PG) 8.50 Stephen
Fry In America. (PG) 10.00 New
Tricks. (M) 11.00 Foyle?s War. (M) 1.00pm
Midsomer Murders. (M) 5.00 The Coroner.
(PG) 5.55 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown.
(M) 6.55 Mrs Brown?s Boys. (M) 7.30 The
Graham Norton Show. (PG) 8.30 The Jonathan
Ross Show. (M) 9.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does
Countdown. (M) 10.25 Taskmaster. (M) 11.20
Father Brown. (M) 12.15am Emmerdale. (PG)
4.25 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. (M)
12.20pm Grand
Designs. 1.20 Selling
Houses Australia. (PG) 3.30 Love Your Garden.
(PG) 4.30 Country House Rescue Revisits.
5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.25 Aussie
Pickers. (PG) 7.25 Selling Houses Australia. (PG)
8.30 The Secret Life Of 4 And 5 Year Olds.
(PG) 9.30 24 Hours In Emergency. (M) 10.30
What?s Your Emergency? (M) 11.30 One Born
Every Minute UK. (M) 12.30am Long Lost
Family UK. (PG)
6.00am Street
Science. (PG) 6.30
Treehouse Masters. (PG) 8.30 Expedition
Unknown. (PG) 9.30 Gold Rush. (PG) 10.30
Alaskan Bush People. (PG) 11.30 Air Rescue.
(PG) 12.30pm Alaska: The Last Frontier. (PG)
1.30 Robson Green?s Australian Adventure.
(PG) 5.30 Sydney Harbour Patrol. (PG) 7.30
Blowing Up History. (PG) 8.30 Outback Opal
Hunters. (PG) 9.30 Expedition Unknown. (PG)
11.30 Gold Rush. (PG) 12.30am Air Rescue.
(PG) 1.30 Treehouse Masters. (PG)
6.00am Cricket. Big
Bash League. 8.00 Fox
Cricket Test Day. 9.00
Cricket AM. 9.30 Cricket Cricket Live On
Fox. 10.30 Cricket. Fourth Test. 12.30pm
The Big Break. 1.10 Cricket. Fourth Test. 3.10
Tea For Two. 3.30 Cricket. Fourth Test. 5.45
Cricket 360. 6.45 B4 The Bash! 7.15 Cricket.
Big Bash League. 8.35 Between The Innings
8.50 Cricket. Big Bash League. 10.10 BBL
Post-Game. 10.40 The Cricket Tragic. 11.10 Fox
Cricket Test Day. 12.10am Cricket 360.
8.00am NRL Classic Match.
9.00 NRL Classic Match.
10.00 NRL Classic Match.
11.00 NRL Classic Match.
12.00pm NRL Classic Match. 1.00 NRL Classic
Match. 2.00 NRL Classic Match. 3.00 NRL
Classic Match. 4.00 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. 10.00
Classic Grand Final. 11.00 NRL Classic Match.
12.00am Classic Grand Final.
6.00 First Edition.
7.00 Sunday Edition.
10.00 Live Now.
12.00 Weekend Live.
2.00 Best of Gleeso.
3.00 Weekend Live.
6.00 Sky News National.
9.00 NewsNight.
1.00 Sky News UK LIVE.
5.00 First Edition.
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THE BIG ONE
6423
Across
QUICK ONE
1669
Across
1
4
8
11
12
14
16
17
18
19
21
23
27
Females
Relief
Cries of a wolf
Flair
Pictorially decorated
Philippine money
Movie awards
Vest
Abrupt increase
Witness
Sets off
Social events
Vehicle-cleaning
device (3,4)
28 Engraved with acid
30 Daring
31 Brazilian city,
familiarly
32 English limerick
writer
33 Shredder
34 Hunter
37 Not acknowledged
38 Guardian
40 Firearm
43 Public records
45 Black-and-white
seabird
46 Border on
48 Meddles
50 Clever
51 Bashing
52 Nurse
10 One born in
53 Went to bed
NSW?s capital
54 Home of cricket
13 Brain division
15 Wanes
Down
19 Fruit-tree garden
1 Eliminate (4,3)
20 Parachute
2 Mentally disturbed
opener
3 Central American
22 Advances
republic
24 Timed
4 Phase
25 Dizziness;
5 Emergency
Hitchcock movie
6 Lubricates
26 Pagan
7 Naughty
27 Reckoning
8 Drover
29 Draw
35 Unofficial
9 Sea contents
2
6
7
10
11
12
Higher in nature (8)
Pond fish (4)
Much ornamented (6)
Slumbering (6)
Polluted haze (4)
Fragrant climbing
shrub (11)
15 Male deer (4)
SOLUTION
1668
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A U D I T O
S
I
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S H O A L
E
T R A N
E
T
S A N C T U
R O A R
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N I B
A L L E V
E
S
A
M
R I U M
I
L I
E G G S
S L A T
A
A R Y
N E O N
T
U
I A T E
C
H
P
E
R
A
S
E
D
18
20
21
22
Essay on a theme (6)
Sesame seed paste (6)
Diplomacy (4)
Overlooks an
offence (8)
13
14
16
17
19
Prohibits (4)
Rounded body (6)
Plan proposed (11)
Cricket scores (4)
Man?s name (4)
In a frenzy (4)
Birds (6)
Stupefied with
horror (6)
Biblical character (4)
Strong boxes (6)
Filled tortilla shell (4)
Coat with gold (4)
Irritation (4)
What is the first name of
Peter and Lois? youngest child
in the TV series Family Guy?
2 Who wrote the 1950 science
fiction book The Martian
Chronicles?
3 Which country shares a
border with both Uruguay
and Suriname?
4 The ABB LEAF Awards are
awarded for work in which field
of the visual arts?
1
36 Too heavy
to handle
38 Peer
39 Breaks a promise
40 More sensual
41 Small mountain
lake
42 Common
musical
instrument
44 Interpose (3,2)
47 Willow twig
48 Raw hide
49 Fitted with
shoes
Rare aid came again
in close friendship
7 Put pressure on little
one well inside
8 Go away with
permission to
be absent
9 Strong inclination to
write a sort of song
14 Very upset with a tag
tied incorrectly
19 Have me say it is
becoming sordid
20 All lovers on holiday
are starting with a
Hawaiian greeting
SOLUTION 6422
Across: 1 Attain, 4 Shakes, 8 Idiom, 12 Outand-out, 13 Lathers, 14 Spiel, 17 Hearten,
18 Arisen, 19 Oarsman, 23 Camp out,
25 Amusement, 27 Rort, 28 Shareholders,
31 Christianity, 35 Inch, 38 Short game,
40 Trowels, 41 Garment, 43 Acidic,
45 Eclipse, 47 Jeers, 50 Bolivia, 51 Acetylene,
52 Lower, 53 Eloped, 54 Adonis.
Down: 1 Apothecary, 2 Tetra, 3 Ignition,
5 Hits, 6 Kepi, 7 Sell, 8 Intervene, 9 Ideas,
10 Masonite, 11 Top-notch, 15 Pas, 16 Edam,
20 Recruiter, 21 Manhandle, 22 Null,
24 Morocco, 26 Essence, 28 Ski, 29 Day,
30 Whisperers, 32 Retriever, 33 Shag,
34 Tottered, 36 Istanbul, 37 Volleyed,
39 Maze, 42 Mar, 44 In-law, 46 Paean,
47 Jade, 48 Euro, 49 Save.
5 What is the second-most
populous city in England,
after London?
6 Which brothers, who played
cricket for Australia, played in
the band Six & Out?
7 In Toy Story, what type of dog
is Slinky Dog?
8 What is the primary alcohol
by volume in a traditional
Zombie cocktail?
5
6
7
8
12
15
21 Those coming
down finished first
as cattle drovers
Down
1
2
3
4
5
Cut short a little
metal clasp
A chart with the
French tree
Type of store
licensed to have
a memento
Dealt badly with
the branched
river mouth
Commonly
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DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU SATURDAY JANUARY 5 2019
1975
ON THIS
DAY
1066
Edward the
Confessor, king of
England, dies, creating a
succession crisis that will result
in William the Conqueror?s
Norman invasion.
1871
Chinese miner Ah
Chang finds ?Precious?,
a 46kg gold nugget, near
Dunolly, Victoria.
1875
The Palais Garnier, the
famous opera house in
Paris, is inaugurated with an act
from La Juive by Halщvy and
excerpts from Meyerbeer?s
Huguenots.
1895
French Captain Alfred
Dreyfus, convicted of
treason, is publicly stripped of
his rank in the Field of Mars in
Paris; he was ultimately
vindicated.
1909
The pinnace of the
cruiser HMS
Encounter sinks near
Woolloomooloo Bay in Sydney
Harbour after being struck by
the collier Dunmore; of the 67
occupants, 15 naval ratings
drown.
1922
Irish explorer Ernest
Shackleton dies at 47
of a heart attack in the Falkland
Islands as he attempted a
fourth expedition to Antarctica.
1941
Australian forces
capture Bardia, Libya.
They capture 40,000 Italian
prisoners at a cost of 130 killed
in Australia?s first major land
battle of World War I.
1966
Escapees Ronald Ryan
and Peter Walker are
recaptured at Concord.
1968
Alexander Dubcek
comes to power as
the ?Prague Spring? begins in
Czechoslovakia.
1971
World?s first one-day
international cricket
match held at MCG. Australia
defeat England by five wickets.
1975
The Tasman Bridge
collapses after being
hit by the freighter Lake
Illawarra, 12 die.
2012
Australia captain
Michael Clarke scores
329 not out against India at the
SCG ? the highest Test score at
the ground.
2018
Amateur astronomer
Thomas Bopp, the codiscoverer of Comet Hale-Bopp,
dies at the age of 68.
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
Hitler elevated racist Munich
workers? group into Nazi Party
TROY LENNON
HISTORY EDITOR
G
ermany was in a state of
chaos after defeat in World
War I. There were revolts
in the street as a new
republican government tried
to assert its authority in the wake of the
collapse of the monarchy.
Meanwhile in Versailles, the leaders
of the victor nations were deciding
Germany?s punishment for their part
in the war, without any consultation
with the German people.
A group of German nationalists
gathered at a hotel in Munich a
century ago today, on January 5, 1919.
They were outraged that, having
borne the worst of the hardships
brought by the war, the working class
were now about to be hitt again
with hardships imposed by
reparations. They were
also worried that
the communists,
s,
spearheading the revolts,
would gain power over
the fragile republic
and wipe away the
traditional German
way of life.
Among those men
were Anton Drexler, a
ool
railway locksmith and tool
maker, Karl Harrer, a
journalist and member of the
mystic right-wing Thulee Society
Society,
and fervent nationalist playwright
Dietrich Eckart.
Drawn together by their racism,
anti-Semitism and nationalism and
their hatred of both communism and
capitalism, together they formed the
Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (DAP), or
German Workers? Party. Although it
lacked any firm direction and started
with only around 40 members, it
would grow its membership under a
charismatic Austrian-born orator
named Adolf Hitler. It would then later
transform into the National Socialist
German Workers? Party, better known
as the Nazi Party.
Drexler was one of the prime
movers behind the founding of the
DAP. Born in Munich in 1884, he grew
up in an era when Germany, which had
only unified in 1871, was revelling in its
new-found industrial strength and
growing military might under Kaiser
Wilhelm II. Drexler grew up believing
Soldiers and civilians in the
1918 German Spartacist
riots that helped end WWI.
Anton Drexler (main), and
Adolf Hitler (left) in the
1920s.
in Ger
Germany?s greatness. His
father wh
father,
who Drexler later
n , was a
described as a ?working man?,
cratss,
member of the Social Democrats,
at
a left-wing political party that
represented the working
class. Drexler took up an
apprenticeship as a
locksmith, but after finishingg
ed
d
his apprenticeship he resisted
pressure to join a union and
found himself on the outer.
He hated being drawn into the
politics and getting involved in
?communist scraps?, so he made a
living doing odd jobs until he found a
position in Munich on the railways.
When war broke out in 1914 he tried
to sign up for the army but was deemed
unfit. But, incensed by the Social
Democrats organising strikes, he
decided to become politically active. In
1917 he joined the far-right Deutsche
Vaterlandspartei (German Fatherland
Party). But as Germany began to lose
the war in 1918 he became aware of the
strength of feeling among workers
against continuing the war. He then
formed his own political group, Der
fo
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Freie
Arbeiterausschuss fќr einen
gut
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guten Frieden (Free Workers?
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Committee for a Good
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destroying
Germany in
the process.
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But as Germany sank into
revoluti
re
revolution around the time of the
Armistice, Drexler realised that his
committee was ineffectual. It was never
able to do much in the face of the
organised rallies, protests and armed
revolt of the communists.
He was approached by Harrer,
founder of the Politischer
Arbeiterzirkel (Political Workers?
Circle), with the suggestion that they
join together to form a new political
party. Harrer was editor of the Thule
Society?s newspaper The Munich
Observer. The society, vehemently
anti-Semitic, anti-communist and
concerned with racial purity, was set up
by the Teutonic Order, who used the
Swastika as their symbol.
Harrer had formed his party as
part of his brief to exert a right-wing
political influence over workers.
Harrer and Drexler also contacted
playwright Eckart, editor of the antiSemitic paper Auf gut Deutsch (In
Plain German), and Gottfried Feder, a
civil engineer and self-educated
economist who wrote for Eckart?s
paper. They met in the hotel
Furstenfelder Hof in Munich on
January 5, 1919, while the Spartacist
revolt was taking place in Berlin, and
officially formed the DAP. Drexler was
elected chairman and Harrer was given
the honorary title of Reich Chairman.
The party had no particular political
aim or platform, apart from blaming
Jews, foreigners, capitalists and
1919
communists for their current terrible
predicament. Members would give
lectures on various topics relating to
this malformed world view, but
membership stagnated. At their first
public appearance in May 1919 the
DAP was only able to field 10 members.
In July 1919 Hitler returned to
Munich after having spent time
recovering from injuries sustained in a
gas attack during the war.
Without any prospect of making the
living he wanted to make as a painter,
he remained in the army and was
assigned to an intelligence unit, tasked
by his superior in the Reichswehr, Karl
Mayr, with the mission to infiltrate
political movements.
In September he went to spy on a
DAP meeting but was not overly
impressed. He later wrote in Mein
Kampf that, ?The impression it made
upon me was neither good nor bad. I
felt that here was just another one of
these many new societies which were
being formed at that time.?
He listened patiently to the speaker,
Feder, but when someone in the
audience argued against Feder?s point
of view, Hitler leapt to Feder?s defence.
Impressed with Hitler?s oratory
skills, Drexler invited him to join the
party, giving him some DAP pamphlets
to read.
Mayr encouraged Hitler to join the
party, which he did. Hitler was soon
giving speeches and taking a leading
role in the party. By February of 1920
he was the leading figure in the DAP,
working out a new political program
and renaming it the National Socialist
German Workers Party, but it would
become known as the Nazi Party.
Harrer left the party in protest as
Drexler was sidelined as leader. Eckart
died in 1923, while Feder remained an
important Nazi theorist up until his
death in 1941.
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SYDNEY
34?
23?
Sunny morning. High (80%) chance
of showers and the chance of a
storm. Winds northerly 15 to 20 km/h
tending west to northwesterly 15 to
25 km/h in the morning then south to
southeasterly 25 to 35 km/h in the
late morning or early afternoon.
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22? 37?
Shower, cool change.
FLATHEAD are biting on whitebait and soft plastics on the
drift at Palm Beach and there are kingfish on live baits and
micro jigs around Scotland Island in Pittwater. Kingfish are
being caught downrigging live baits at Molineaux Point in
Botany Bay. Bream and trevally are taking Hawkesbury
prawns at Old Man's Hat. Trevally, flathead and bream at Lilli
Pilli in Port Hacking. Live worms are working well for whiting
at Narrabeen Beach. Inshore reefs are producing snapper.
TERREY HILLS
23? 39?
Min Max(?C)
Storm, cool change.
CANBERRA
GOSFORD
Min Max(?C)
RICHMOND
Min Max(?C)
ON THE WATER
22? 34?
Showers , cool change.
35?
23?
Sunny morning. Very high (95%)
chance of showers and the chance of
a storm in the afternoon and evening.
Storms may bring gusty winds and
heavier rainfall. Winds northwesterly
25 to 40 km/h shifting southeasterly
15 to 20 km/h in the late evening.
KATOOMBA
Sydney Harbour Winds: North to northwesterly, shifting
gusty southerly 15 to 25 knots in the morning. Seas: Below
0.5m.
Sydney Coast Winds: Northerly 15 to 25 knots shifting
southerly in the late morning. Winds reaching up to 30
knots offshore early in the morning and again in the
evening. Seas: 2 to 3m, decreasing to 1 to 2m during the
morning. Swell: Northeasterly 1 to 1.5m inshore, increasing
to 1.5 to 2m offshore.
PARRAMATTA
Min Max(?C)
Min Max(?C)
22? 32?
22? 37?
Storm. Cool change.
Showers , cool change.
CITY
PENRITH
Min Max(?C)
23? 39?
Showers , cool change.
23? 34?
Min Max(?C)
Storm, cool change.
NEWCASTLE
LIVERPOOL
Min Max(?C)
22? 37?
37?
23?
Hot. Sunny morning. Medium (60%)
chance of showers and the chance of
a storm. Winds northeasterly 15 to 20
km/h tending northwesterly 20 to 30
km/h early in the morning then
tending southerly 25 to 40 km/h in
the early afternoon.
Showers , cool change.
Lismore 33
SYDNEY on this day
Average maximum
25.9?C
Average minimum
18.5?C
Highest temperature 41.6?C (1863)
Lowest temperature 13.2?C (1862)
Wettest day
41.4mm (1968)
Min-Max last year
17.3 to 26.1?C
22?
31 Coffs Harbour
Tamworth 37
28 Broken Hill
Water temperature
36 Taree
Dubbo 39
37 Newcastle
SYDNEY
29 Wollongong
Orange 32
Griffith 32
Wagga Wagga 33
CANBERRA
RISE & SET
DAY
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
SUN
rise & set
5:51 am
8:10 pm
MOON
rise & set
4:58 am
7:27 pm
TEMP
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25
28
31
25
26
CONDITIONS
Showers. Wind easing.
Cloudy.
Shower or two.
Shower or two.
Shower or two.
Shower or two.
TODAY
high 8:44
low 2:07
high 21:14
low 15:23
SYNOPTIC
22? 29?
10 AM TODAY
SUNDAY
high 9:20
low 2:45
high 21:52
low 16:00
1.8m
0.5m
1.3m
0.4m
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MONDAY
high 9:57
low 3:23
high 22:30
low 16:35
1.8m
0.5m
1.3m
0.4m
New Moon
January 6
1008
TC ?Penny
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1010
tomorrow
5:46 am
8:16 pm
MOON
Showers developing.
26 Bega
tomorrow
5:52 am
8:10 pm
http://www.bom.gov.au/oceanography/tides/
1.8m
0.5m
1.3m
0.4m
WOLLONGONG
Min Max(?C)
Albury 29
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SYDNEY AHEAD
TIDE & WAVE
Moree 38
Bourke 42
BEN HORVATH
We are in for a warm start ahead of a southerly change
beachside today. Expect a decreasing northerly swell,
ranging from half to one metre at Sydney?s exposed open
beaches. The wind will be variable, starting light N to NW 5
to 10 knots, tending calm before a southerly wind 10 knots,
rising SSE 15 to 20 knots later. Best waves will be south ends
like Maroubra, Manly, Sth Narrabeen and Warriewood.
Check latest
cyclone warnin
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January 14
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CAPITALS TODAY
Saturday January 5, 2019
SYDNEY UV
Adelaide - Partly cloudy 24 Brisbane - Partly cloudy 31
Darwin - Shower, storm likely 32 Hobart- Partly cloudy 22
Melbourne - Shower or two 21 Perth - Sunny 32
Full Moon
January 21
1024
Sun protection recommended
from 8:30am - 5:20pm
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Third Quarter
January 28
1008
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Stevens, Hancock, Louttit
Seeking descendants of Albert (Alf)
Stevens who married Grace Louttit,
and Charles Hancock who married
Esther Louttit for Louttit reunion. To
be held in Moruya on March 16. For
further information contact John
Louttit at
johnlouttit@optusnet.com.au.
Burragorang Coalies
Burragorang Coalies (and families)
third biannual reunion will be
conducted at The Wollondilly
Heritage Centre in The Oaks, NSW
on Saturday May 11. The usual Truck
Display and ?Old Boys Toys ?
extravaganza display. Please go to
Wollondilly Heritage Centre
website for more details.
Old Postcards
Searching for old postcards of early
Sydney or items of NSW government
tramways and buses from the 1950s.
Please contact R. Anderson at PO
Box 871, Ingleburn, NSW, 1890.
Erskineville Reunion
The Erskineville reunion will be held
on Sunday, February 10 at
Alexandria Erskineville Bowling Club
starting at 10am. Hot food available
and entertainment. Meet lots of old
friends. Any donations for MND. Any
inquires ring Pam on 0418 443 922
or Betty on 0426 001 925.
Men of League
The Men of League Foundation,
Central Coast Committee, will hold
an Annual General Meeting at
the Central Coast Leagues Club
Gosford at 11am on Sunday, February
3. The purpose of the meeting is to
elect officers to the following
positions: President, Vice President,
Secretary, Treasurer, Publicity
Officer and wellbeing Officers. All
positions are served on a voluntary
basis. Any person wishing to
nominate for any of the above
positions should forward their details
to Trevor Andrews at
trevmargandrews@bigpond.com
by 20 January 2019.
Uralla Golf Club
Centenary of Uralla Golf Club 1919 ?
2019 celebrating 100yrs from 22-24
March 2019. Many activities
including BBQ, breakfast, official
dinner and golf with great prizes.
Inquiries to Darrell Carson on 0412
399 395 or at
urallagolfclub@bigpond.com.
Gardens of New Caledonia
LANDSCAPES, GARDENS AND KANAK CULTURE
with Julie Kinney | 18?26 October 2019 (9 days)
Julie Kinney
Gardening author
In the company of gardening author Julie Kinney, explore
New Caledonia?s verdant Grande Terre, where a unique
mixture of French and indigenous Kanak culture combines
with stunning coastal landscapes and riotous tropical blossoms.
PHOTO: Tjibaou Cultural Center Љ Arnaud Elissalde, Terres de lumiшre / NCTPS
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ALFORD,
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CLEARY,
DAVIES,
ELLIS,
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HILL,
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LAGUERRE,
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Glenda Margaret
Colin Douglas
Cornelius Joseph
Peter
John Allan
Geoffrey George
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Mark John
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Kim Michelle
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James Michael
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RAHILL, Gregory John
23.05.1961 - 05.01.2013
Take a million tear drops, wrap
them up in love, ask the wind
to carry them to you in heaven
above.
Love Mum, Karen and Michele
RICHARDS, Janet Rita
What I would give to cross her
hand, her dear sweet face to
see. To hear her voice, to see
her smile, that meant so much
to me. You left behind an
aching heart that loved you so
sincere, I never did or never will
forget you Janet dear.
Loving husband Norman,
daughter Tracy,
sons Timothy & Martin (dec),
daughter-in-law Debbie,
grandsons Matthew & Graham.
Death & Funeral
Notices
ALFORD (nee Freeman)
Glenda Margaret
Passed Away
in Gosford Hospital
1st January 2019
Late of Gorokan
Formerly of Panania
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Notices
CAMPBELL, Colin Douglas.
December 31, 2018.
Aged 88 years.
Late of Roselands. Beloved
husband of Jill. Much loved
father and father-in-law of Lee
and Gary, and Neil. Loving Pa
to his grandchildren Rachel,
Christopher and Matthew.
ELLIS, John Allan
of Caloundra
formerly of Sydney,
passed away peacefully on
the 28th of December 2018
Aged 85 years.
Devoted Husband to Tina
(dec). Loving Stepfather to
Mark and Anne, Greg and
Nicki, and Tony, Dearly
loved
Poppy
to
their
families.
EVANS
Geoffrey George
Late of Redfern
Passed away peacefully on
Monday 31st December 2018,
surrounded by family.
Aged 89 years
Privately Cremated
Loving husband to Alison.
Much loved father of
Tanya, Alan, Margo, David
and Raymond. Cherished
grandfather of Tyler and
Lachlan. Loving brother and
friend to all.
Beloved husband of Anne
Forever In Our Hearts
(deceased),
father
of
Will be sadly missed by all
Christine, Timmy, Carol and
Brendan. Father-in-law of
Heidi, Poppy of Jazmin, Relatives and friends of
ALLAN are warmly invited to
Patrick and Ciara.
attend his Funeral, Tuesday
"Always in our hearts and January 8, 2019 to be held
now in God?s loving care" in the East Chapel of
the Rookwood Gardens
Mass of Christian Burial for Crematorium, appointed to
Mr Cornelius (Con) Joseph commence at 12.15 p.m.
Cleary will be offered in St
Margaret?s Chapel, Calvary TREVOR LEE & SON PTY LTD
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7, 2019 at 10.30 am.
TSATIRIS, James Michael
1.2.1929 - 25.12.2018
Aged 89 years
Loving husband of Isabelle
(dec). Adored father of
Roselyn and Kathryn. Much
loved grandfather and greatgrandfather.
WAAF 2031781
McCROSSIN Marjorie
"Midge" Joyce
Family and friends of JAMES
are kindly invited to attend his
Funeral Service to be held in
the North Chapel at Pinegrove
Crematorium, Kington Street,
Minchinbury on Tuesday, 8th
January, 2019 at 10.00 am.
Forever in our Hearts
Passed away peacefully
Saturday 29 December 2018.
Aged 94 years
Originally a Londoner, most
recently from Bellevue Hill.
Beloved wife of Bob (dec).
Much loved mother of Bob,
Ian, Julie, Fiona & Lindy. Dearly
loved grandmother of Toby,
Heath, Dylan, Brodie, Kate,
Tom, Sally, Luke, Amelia,
WARDROP,
Robin, Ian, Rachel & Guy.
Olive Audrey
Missed great-grandmother of
Lola, Vincent, Clio, Sunny &
Late of Wahroonga.
Leo. Beloved sister of Ivy (dec)
Formerly of Mt Colah.
& brother-in-law David (dec). Passed away peacefully
Family and friends of Mrs Much missed by extended
on December 24, 2018.
Eileen Jepson are invited to family in Australia & UK and
Aged 96 Years.
attend her Funeral Service dear friends Joan & Lynette.
Heart-felt
thanks
to
Mum?s
to be held in the Guardian
Dearly loved wife of Reg
Funerals
Chapel,
First carers.
(dec). Loving and adored
Avenue,
Blacktown
on
family and friends are mother and mother-in-law
Wednesday, January 9, Midge?s
warmly invited to attend her of Bill and Cheryl, Sue and
2019, at 12 noon.
Funeral Service to be held in John, and Jenny and Rob.
the South Chapel of Woronora
Memorial Park Linden Street,
Sutherland
on
Thursday
(January 10, 2019) at 11am.
In lieu of flowers, please
consider a donation to
Legacy.
Beloved husband of Leni.
Loving father of Justine,
Jordan, Steven and John
(dec.). Much loved
grandfather, greatgrandfather and friend
to all who knew him.
FENWICK, Allan Morris
28.08.1944 - 28.12.2018
Late of Eaglevale
CLEARY
Cornelius Joseph
25.01.1928 - 28.12.2018
HUCKSTEPP, Sandra
21.8.1956 - 31.12.2018
Passed away peacefully
at home
Belove wife of Petah. Much
loved mother and motherin-law of Troy and Loretta,
Kristy and Craig. Treasured
nan of Simon, Michael,
Matthew,
Andrew
and
Nathan. Loved sister of Sue,
Julie, Andrew and Paul.
A Celebration of the Life of
?Reunited with his dear Tina? Sandra will be held in the
Chapel of Norwood Park
Relatives and friends are Crematorium, 65 Sandford
invited to attend a service Street, Mitchell ACT on
to celebrate John?s life to Thursday 10th January 2019
be held in the Gregson and commencing at 12 noon.
Weight Chapel, 5 Gregson
Place
Caloundra
on
Wednesday 16th January
2019
commencing
at
11.00am. The Funeral will
leave at the conclusion of
the service for a Burial in the
Caloundra Cemetery.
JEPSON, Eileen Colleen.
11.03.1936 - 31.12.2018
GREGSON & WEIGHT
Aged 82 years.
Caloundra 07 5491 1559
www.gregsonweight.com.au
Loving mother of Kerrie and
Allan. She was adored by all
her family and friends and
will be sadly missed by all
that knew her.
Family and friends of COLIN
are warmly invited to attend
his funeral service to be held at
the South Chapel, Woronora
Memorial Park, Linden Street,
Sutherland
on
Tuesday
January 8, 2019 at 12.00pm.
Beloved wife of Michael
Schane. Dearly loved mum of
Toni. Loving daughter of
Valerie and Garry (dec). Much
loved sister of Donna and Jeff.
Will be sadly missed by all who
The funeral will leave the
knew and loved her.
Aged 56 Years
" All Our Love "
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LAGUERRE, Albert
16.02.1924 - 26.12.2018
Much loved father of Mark,
Elisabeth
and
Jesula.
Cherished grandfather of
Joshua, Celine, Gabrielle,
Jordan and Dylan. Best friend
to Lolita Martinez (dec).
Devoted
grandmother
and great grandmother.
Always a Lady
The Family and Friends of
Olive are warmly invited
to attend her Memorial
Service in the Magnolia
Chapel of the Macquarie
Park Crematorium, Cnr
Dehli & Plassey Roads,
North Ryde, on Tuesday
January 15, 2019 at
11.00 am.
Family and Friends are warmly
OWEN,
invited
to
attend
a
Kim Michelle.
Celebration of Albert?s life to
08.05.1964 - 02.01.2019
be held on the 7th of January
2019, at St Canice?s Catholic
Church,
Katoomba
St, The most amazing, strong,
mother
of
Katoomba, commencing at courageous
Michelle. Loved Nan of Brodie.
12 noon.
Much loved daughter of Mal
TR Brownjohn Memorial Home and Lorraine (dec.). Loved
Katoomba
(02) 4782 2613 sister of Glenn.
Springwood
(02) 4751 5665
Forever In Our Hearts
Personally Owned. Accredited
Member of the A.F.D.A
Family and friends are invited
WEBSTER,
to attend a Celebration of
Athol William
KIM?S
Life
on
Monday,
McCARTHY,
January 7, 2019, at 2.00 p.m. in
Passed away on
Peter Andrew
the Allan Drew Heritage
29th December 2018.
12.2.1938 - 28.12.2018
Chapel, 221 Old Northern
Formerly
of Rozelle.
Formerly of Balmain,
Road, Castle Hill.
Late of Kaleen ACT
In lieu of flowers, please
and Putney.
consider a donation to the
Late of Toowoon Bay.
husband
of
Cystic
Fibrosis
Team
at Beloved
Helen (deceased). Loving
Westmead Hospital.
Family and Friends of fundraise.wmrf.org.au
father of Robert and
Peter are warmly invited
to attend his Funeral
Service to be held in the
Magnolia
Chapel
at
Macquarie
Park
Crematorium, corner of
Delhi and Plassey Roads,
North Ryde, on Tuesday,
8th
January
2019,
commencing at 11.00am.
chapel at the conclusion of
the Mass for Rookwood
Catholic Cemetery.
Former
skipper
passes
away
Farewell to one of
rugby?s true greats
FORMER Wallabies captain John Thornett
MBE has died aged 83.
One of the greatest figures in Australian
rugby history, Thornett remarkably played almost every position in the forward pack during
an illustrious 37-Test career from 1955-63.
After debuting as a flanker against the All
Blacks in Wellington in 1955, Thornett moved
into the second row after 15 Tests before playing out his international career in the front row.
Born in 1935, he graduated from Sydney
Boys High School as school captain and excelled at swimming and rowing as well skippering the 1st XV rugby union team. His brothers
Dick and Ken were also champion sportsmen
and all three played water polo for the Bronte
Water Polo Club before forging international
careers. Dick went on to represent Australia at
the Olympics in water polo and was a tripleinternational playing for his country in both
rugby codes, while Ken was a dual internationg and union.
al in league
Graeme
(deceased).
Cherished Pop of Daniel,
Lauren, Oriel, Kenneth,
Kathleen and Thomas.
Great grandfather to
Caelan.
Will be sadly missed by all
his family and friends.
RALPH, Anthony
"Tony".
Aged 95 years.
Forever in our hearts
Late of Merrylands and Ireland Relatives and Friends of
Loved by friends and family. Athol are warmly invited
to attend his Funeral
Service to be held at the
Chapel of Norwood Park
Crematorium,
65
Sandford St, Mitchell ACT,
on Monday, 7th January
2019, commencing at
In lieu of flowers please 1.30 pm.
consider a donation to the In lieu of flowers donations
National Cancer Foundation. to New South Wales
Legacy;
www.legacy.com.au.
Envelopes available at
the Chapel.
Family and friends of TONY are
invited to attend the Funeral
Service to be held at St
Margaret Mary?s Catholic
Church, Merrylands Road,
Merrylands on Monday 7th
January 2019 at 11 am.
Family and friends are warmly
invited to attend the service
for GLENDA to be held on
Wednesday 9th January 2019,
in the Rose Chapel, Palmdale
Lawn Cemetery and Memorial
Park at 2pm.
SENDALL, John Edward
29.12.1940 - 21.12.2018
Passed away peacefully.
DAVIES, Peter.
Fire and Rescue NSW notes
with regret the passing of
Retired Retained Firefighter
Peter Davies (227003) formerly
of Blayney Fire Station on
1st January 2019.
The family would like to
thank the staff at Clare
Holland House ACT, for
their outstanding care of
Athol.
Loving husband of Jenny and
devoted father of Christopher
and Stewart.
Missed by friends
A service celebrating John?s
life was held on Thursday,
January 3, 2019 at Leura
Memorial Gardens Crematorium.
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Accredited Member of the
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John Thornett in action back in 1963.
John also represented NSW at water polo in
the mid to late 1950s ? but his great love was
rugby. He played with both Sydney University
and Northern Suburbs Rugby Club before touring New Zealand with the Australian Universities team in 1954. He made his NSW Waratahs
and Wallabies debuts in 1955 and first captained
Australia on the 1961 trip to South Africa.
From 1963 to 1967, Thornett was entrenched
as Australia?s leader, captaining the Wallabies
more times than any player to that point in
Test history. Thornett died at a Batemans Bay
nursing home yesterday morning with his wife
by his side.
ON A REVENGE MISSION
WONG, Merrill Denise
30.07.1946 ? 31.12.2018
The only girlfriend and much
loved wife of Ming Chart
Wong for 52 years. Devoted
mother to Melinda, Andrew,
Emma,
Richard
and
grandmother
to
eight
grandchildren.
Family and friends are warmly
invited to attend MERRILL?s
Service to be held at
LifeSource Christian Church,
382 Eastern Valley way,
Chatswood on Monday 7th
January 2019 at 10am.
DIAMONDS captain Caitlin Bassett is making
no secret of her desire for Commonwealth
Games revenge as Australia look to land a
psychological blow ahead of this year?s World
Cup in England.
The world champion Diamonds head for the
UK on Monday for a Quad Series against
second-ranked New Zealand, fourth-ranked
hosts England and fifth-ranked South Africa.
?For us, this is the perfect warm-up heading
into a World Cup and a good chance for us to
play the next top-five countries,? Bassett said.
Atoning for last year?s heartbreaking 52-51
loss to England in the Commonwealth Games
gold-medal match is foremost in Bassett?s mind.
?Every time we play them, it?s always hard
fought,? she said.
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YESTERDAY?S
TABDIVS
RACES
Canterbury
RACE 1: 4 9 2. Win $4.80 place $1.60 $11.50
$1.40. Q: $202.60. E: $193.60. Duets: 4-9:
$73.00, 4-2: $2.90, 9-2: $14.80. T: $1,172.50.
First 4: 4-9-2-3: $7,302.00. Sub: 7. Scr: 6.
RACE 2: 6 7 8. Win $5.70 place $2.10 $2.50
$2.00. Q: $22.20. E: $42.30. Duets: 6-7:
$6.10, 6-8: $5.10, 7-8: $6.60. T: $160.20. D:
$37.30. First 4: 6-7-8-4: $871.50. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 3: 10 15 2. Win $4.90 place $2.00
$5.40 $1.70. Q: $62.80. E: $130.60. Duets:
10-15: $20.60, 10-2: $2.60, 15-2: $16.80.
T: $620.30. D: $29.00. First 4: 10-15-2-14:
$1,473.30. Sub: 2. Scr: 3,7,11,12,13.
RACE 4: 2 8 1. Win $1.70 place $1.20 $1.90
$2.30. Q: $8.50. E: $12.10. Duets: 2-8: $4.50,
2-1: $3.00, 8-1: $14.80. T: $89.70. D: $8.30.
First 4: 2-8-1-7: $411.40. Sub: 2. Scr: 6,5(L).
RACE 5: 1 3 6. Win $7.70 place $2.50 $1.70
$2.00. Q: $12.50. E: $43.90. Duets: 1-3:
$6.10, 1-6: $6.80, 3-6: $5.40. T: $127.90. D:
$12.50. First 4: 1-3-6-9: $1,163.90. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 6: 8 12 4. Win $14.70 place $4.20
$3.10 $2.40. Q: $70.50. E: $128.70. Duets:
8-12: $20.60, 8-4: $17.20, 12-4: $11.60. T:
$1,280.40. D: $194.70. First 4: 8-12-4-2:
$7,574.60. Sub: 5. Scr: 3,7,13.
RACE 7: 9 3 1. Win $11.80 place $3.00 $2.20
$2.10. Q: $35.80. E: $58.80. Duets: 9-3:
$9.40, 9-1: $9.10, 3-1: $5.10. T: $385.60. D:
$178.20. First 4: 9-3-1-8: $2,410.50. Sub: 5.
Scr: 10.
RACE 8: 5 1 8. Win $1.50 place $1.30 $1.60
NTD. Q: $2.20. E: $2.60. T: $7.80. D: $28.50.
First 4: 5-1-8-7: $10.10. Sub: 5. Scr:
2,3,6,9,10.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: San
Francisco (8)--Sylvia?s Mother (5) $27.20.
Subs: 5,5.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(4)(6)(10)(2): $576.20. Subs: 7,NSR,2,2.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (1)(8)(9)
(5): $5,559.40. Subs: NSR,5,5,5.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 3,4,5,6,7,8: (10)(2)
(1)(8)(9)(5): Major (winners of 6 races): Not
won. Supplementary (winners of first 5 races):
Not won. Subs: 2,2,NSR,5,5,5.
Tamworth
RACE 1: 4 1 2. Win $20.30 place $6.40 $1.10
NTD. Q: $19.20. E: $56.50. T: $177.00. First 4:
4-1-2-3: $397.20. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 2: 8 7 11. Win $51.10 place $8.90
$1.70 $1.40. Q: $160.60. E: $364.30. Duets:
8-7: $54.60, 8-11: $39.00, 7-11: $2.70. T:
$1,565.20. D: $772.20. First 4: 8-7-11-1:
$7,880.50. Sub: 11. Scr: 5.
RACE 3: 4 1 2. Win $8.10 place $3.00 $1.60
NTD. Q: $11.30. E: $17.40. T: $42.70. D:
$226.10. First 4: 4-1-2-3: $118.10. Sub: 2.
Scr: 6.
RACE 4: 2 4 6. Win $5.60 place $2.40 $1.20
NTD. Q: $3.00. E: $12.30. T: $34.00. D:
$29.10. First 4: 2-4-6-5: $128.70. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 5: 3 8 10. Win $5.70 place $1.80 $1.60
$4.50. Q: $9.00. E: $26.30. Duets: 3-8: $3.70,
3-10: $23.20, 8-10: $15.40. T: $365.80. D:
$37.70. First 4: 3-8-10-7: $1,362.30. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 6: 6 2 12. Win $7.60 place $2.10 $20.40
$2.10. Q: $333.80. E: $641.10. Duets:
6-2: $38.00, 6-12: $5.40, 2-12: $81.80. T:
$3,578.10. D: $71.90. First 4: 6-2-12-5:
$12,938.40. Sub: 5. Scr: 10,11.
RACE 7: 3 4 7. Win $4.30 place $2.30 $2.80
NTD. Q: $10.60. E: $20.90. T: $50.50. D:
$31.60. First 4: 3-4-7-6: $520.70. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 8: 4 1 8. Win $3.70 place $1.90 $3.90
$2.70. Q: $25.30. E: $56.80. Duets: 4-1: $9.70,
4-8: $7.70, 1-8: $20.70. T: $263.00. D: $25.30.
First 4: 4-1-8-11: $2,374.00. Sub: 4. Scr: 9.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Single
Zero (6)--Bemboka (4) $43.00. Subs: 5,4.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(4)(8)(4)(2): $12,728.80. Subs: NSR,11,2,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (3)(6)(3)
(4): $1,372.20. Subs: NSR,5,NSR,4.
Canberra
RACE 1: 2 4 5. Win $10.70 place $3.20 $1.70
NTD. Q: $16.50. E: $57.00. T: $281.70. First 4:
2-4-5-6: $593.00. Sub: 3. Scr: 1.
RACE 2: 4 7 6. Win $1.90 place $1.30 $2.90
$3.20. Q: $13.00. E: $21.50. Duets: 4-7:
$6.10, 4-6: $4.10, 7-6: $20.90. T: $99.60. D:
$30.50. First 4: 4-7-6-8: $857.60. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 3: 6 4 1. Win $2.60 place $1.80 $5.50
NTD. Q: $34.50. E: $41.30. T: $201.70. D:
$4.30. First 4: 6-4-1-3: $1,233.30. Sub: 6.
Scr: 7,2(L).
RACE 4: 6 10 1. Win $5.80 place $1.50 $5.20
$2.00. Q: $75.90. E: $130.50. Duets: 6-10:
$13.80, 6-1: $4.20, 10-1: $30.60. T: $452.00.
D: $17.10. First 4: 6-10-1-4: $10,515.90. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 5: 4 9 8. Win $2.70 place $1.40 $3.90
$1.80. Q: $40.50. E: $54.70. Duets: 4-9:
$13.50, 4-8: $3.30, 9-8: $23.80. T: $248.60.
D: $32.30. First 4: 4-9-8-3: $1,110.90. Sub:
4. Scr: 1,5.
RACE 6: 1 5 6. Win $13.40 place $3.20
$2.30 $3.80. Q: $43.90. E: $108.40. Duets:
1-5: $19.20, 1-6: $27.80, 5-6: $20.90. T:
$1,283.10. D: $36.10. First 4: 1-5-6-2:
$7,160.70. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 7: 11 10 2. Win $10.00 place $3.00 $1.70
$1.60. Q: $30.70. E: $105.50. Duets: 11-10:
$13.10, 11-2: $8.50, 10-2: $4.70. T: $290.40.
D: $221.30. First 4: 11-10-2-8: $2,136.30.
Sub: 5. Scr: 3,7,9,12,1(L).
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Boys Day
Out (4)--Lolita Gold (11) $43.80. Subs: 4,5.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(2)(4)(6)(6): $474.40. Subs: 3,NSR,6,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 4,5,6,7: (6)(4)(1)
(11): $4,189.00. Subs: NSR,4,NSR,5.
Cranbourne
RACE 1: 1 4 10. Win $2.80 place $1.30 $1.40
$2.70. Q: $2.50. E: $6.50. Duets: 1-4: $1.10,
1-10: $5.10, 4-10: $4.30. T: $29.90. First 4:
1-4-10-5: $131.30. Sub: 1. Scr: 6.
RACE 2: 4 5 10. Win $3.60 place $1.70 $2.00
$3.90. Q: $7.80. E: $18.60. Duets: 4-5: $4.90,
4-10: $9.80, 5-10: $8.10. T: $151.60. D:
$10.40. First 4: 4-5-10-9: $704.50. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 3: 14 7 11. Win $3.60 place $1.40 $1.04
$1.40. Q: $3.60. E: $8.30. Duets: 14-7: $1.80,
14-11: $2.20, 7-11: $1.70. T: $19.60. D:
$18.00. First 4: 14-7-11-3: $42.30. Sub: 7.
Scr: 1,5,6,8,9,12,15,16,10(L).
RACE 4: 9 8 2. Win $2.90 place $1.60 $3.80
NTD. Q: $27.50. E: $27.40. T: $68.70. D:
$13.20. First 4: 9-8-2-1: $216.20. Sub: 2.
Scr: 3,7.
RACE 5: 2 6 5. Win $3.30 place $2.00 $3.10
NTD. Q: $13.40. E: $17.00. T: $50.00. D:
$10.00. First 4: 2-6-5-4: $114.60. Sub: 4.
Scr: 8.
RACE 6: 5 4 6. Win $2.50 place $1.50 $2.90
NTD. Q: $7.00. E: $12.80. T: $46.90. D: $5.60.
First 4: 5-4-6-7: $132.30. Sub: 5. Scr: 1,8.
RACE 7: 4 1 9. Win $6.80 place $1.90 $3.10
$3.20. Q: $34.20. E: $72.30. Duets: 4-1:
$13.50, 4-9: $7.30, 1-9: $19.10. T: $464.70.
D: $10.30. First 4: 4-1-9-3: $3,950.30. Sub:
6. Scr: 7,8.
RACE 8: 7 5 4. Win $4.50 place $1.80 $1.20
NTD. Q: $2.90. E: $8.40. T: $31.40. D: $43.30.
First 4: 7-5-4-10: $121.60. Sub: 5. Scr:
1,2,3,8,6(L).
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: River Jewel
(5)--Riverdance Lad (7) $11.90. Subs: 5,5.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(1)(4)(14)(9): $134.80. Subs: 1,NSR,7,2.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (2)(5)(4)
(7): $270.70. Subs: 4,5,6,5.
Sunshine Coast
RACE 1: 1 4 5. Win $7.70 place $3.00 $2.30
NTD. Q: $9.60. E: $24.00. T: $312.80. First 4:
1-4-5-3: $823.10. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 2: 2 6 7. Win $1.40 place $1.10 $2.80
NTD. Q: $3.40. E: $4.30. T: $14.30. D: $18.60.
First 4: 2-6-7-1: $52.60. Sub: 2. Scr: 5.
RACE 3: 9 7 3. Win $4.90 place $1.40 $1.40
$1.30. Q: $4.70. E: $17.00. Duets: 9-7: $2.30,
9-3: $3.00, 7-3: $1.80. T: $45.70. D: $17.40.
First 4: 9-7-3-13: $657.60. Sub: 7. Scr:
2,4,5,10(L).
RACE 4: 1 5 7. Win $6.30 place $2.00 $1.60
$1.90. Q: $13.70. E: $28.10. Duets: 1-5:
$6.50, 1-7: $9.50, 5-7: $4.20. T: $158.50. D:
$55.50. First 4: 1-5-7-6: $507.80. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 5: 2 4 1. Win $10.70 place $2.90 $1.60
$1.50. Q: $23.00. E: $64.30. Duets: 2-4:
$6.60, 2-1: $7.50, 4-1: $3.50. T: $124.20. D:
$76.20. First 4: 2-4-1-10: $1,636.20. Sub: 1.
Scr: 9.
RACE 6: 3 1 7. Win $3.70 place $1.90 $1.04
$3.20. Q: $8.40. E: $15.40. Duets: 3-1: $4.00,
3-7: $6.80, 1-7: $8.00. T: $95.40. D: $51.30.
First 4: 3-1-7-10: $678.90. Sub: 3. Scr: 2,11.
RACE 7: 14 10 4. Win $6.90 place $2.30
$10.80 $2.20. Q: $176.60. E: $176.20. Duets:
14-10: $35.30, 14-4: $8.20, 10-4: $35.10.
T: $1,733.60. D: $42.60. First 4: 14-10-4-2:
$6,224.70. Sub: 2. Scr: 8,12.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Angel
Dane (2)--Kopella (14) $97.60. Subs: 1,2.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(1)(2)(9)(1): $440.40. Subs: NSR,2,7,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 4,5,6,7: (1)(2)(3)
(14): $3,883.10. Subs: NSR,1,3,2.
HARNESS
Newcastle
RACE 1: 7 5 1. Win $3.90 place $2.80 $2.70
$2.90. Q: $18.60. E: $55.60. Duets: 7-5:
$30.00, 7-1: $3.90, 5-1: $22.90. T: $1,054.70.
First 4: 7-5-1-9: Not won pool jackpots. Sub: 7.
Scr: 3(L).
RACE 2: 9 1 11. Win $3.60 place $1.50
$3.70 $6.00. Q: $40.40. E: $82.70. Duets:
9-1: $14.70, 9-11: $17.90, 1-11: $18.80.
T: $758.60. D: $45.40. First 4: 9-1-11-2:
$918.10. Sub: 8. Scr: 7.
RACE 3: 3 9 8. Win $1.40 place $1.04 $1.90
$1.60. Q: $3.70. E: $3.30. Duets: 3-9: $2.90,
3-8: $1.90, 9-8: $9.20. T: $21.80. D: $2.90.
First 4: 3-9-8-4: $39.90. Sub: 3. Scr: 10.
RACE 4: 4 1 12. Win $7.70 place $3.50
$1.30 $7.60. Q: $12.10. E: $33.90. Duets:
4-1: $6.40, 4-12: $14.60, 1-12: $17.70.
T: $649.90. D: $26.00. First 4: 4-1-12-13:
$667.20. Sub: 1. Scr: 7.
RACE 5: 5 1 11. Win $2.10 place $1.20
$2.00 $7.50. Q: $13.60. E: $15.70. Duets:
5-1: $3.00, 5-11: $17.50, 1-11: $49.00.
T: $168.90. D: $30.90. First 4: 5-1-11-2:
$578.00. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 6: 2 3 9. Win $20.30 place $3.60 $1.60
$1.10. Q: $16.00. E: $79.00. Duets: 2-3:
$6.00, 2-9: $5.70, 3-9: $1.80. T: $220.10. D:
$128.90. First 4: 2-3-9-5: $1,365.70. Sub:
NSR. All Started.
RACE 7: 3 1 9. Win $1.30 place $1.04 $2.20
$2.10. Q: $6.10. E: $6.70. Duets: 3-1: $2.40,
3-9: $2.30, 1-9: $6.70. T: $30.80. D: $26.10.
First 4: 3-1-9-2: $230.70. Sub: NSR. All
Started.
RACE 8: 3 4 5. Win $1.10 place $1.04 $1.90
$6.50. Q: $3.80. E: $11.10. Duets: 3-4: $5.30,
3-5: $5.00, 4-5: $19.90. T: $59.70. D: $1.50.
First 4: 3-4-5-2: $492.30. Sub: 3. Scr: 7(L).
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Bridget
Blue Chip (5)--Handsome Hero (3) $2.80. Subs:
NSR,NSR.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(7)(9)(3)(4): $464.90. Subs: 7,8,3,1.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (5)(2)(3)
(3): $183.20. Subs: NSR,NSR,NSR,3.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 3,4,5,6,7,8: (3)(4)(5)
(2)(3)(3): Major (winners of 6 races): Not won.
Supplementary (winners of first 5 races): Not
won. Subs: 3,1,NSR,NSR,NSR,3.
GREYS
Wentworth Park
RACE 1: 1 5 4. Win $3.20 place $2.40 $1.40
NTD. Q: $9.50. E: $17.60. T: $27.10. First 4:
1-5-4-7: $43.00. Sub: 4. Scr: 2,3,6.
RACE 2: 4 8 3. Win $2.10 place $1.20 $1.70
$2.00. Q: $8.80. E: $11.00. Duets: 4-8: $3.80,
4-3: $2.20, 8-3: $7.30. T: $51.20. D: $9.60.
First 4: 4-8-3-7: $123.00. Sub: 4. Scr: 9.
RACE 3: 1 6 3. Win $2.90 place $1.60 $1.30
$1.20. Q: $3.10. E: $6.20. Duets: 1-6: $2.10,
1-3: $2.40, 6-3: $3.00. T: $31.80. D: $2.80.
First 4: 1-6-3-2: $71.70. Sub: 1. Scr: 9.
RACE 4: 2 1 7. Win $7.70 place $2.70 $2.50
NTD. Q: $6.80. E: $22.70. T: $84.10. D:
$44.60. First 4: 2-1-7-4: $188.90. Sub: 5.
Scr: 3,6.
RACE 5: 6 1 2. Win $2.00 place $1.30 $1.70
$1.90. Q: $5.80. E: $6.00. Duets: 6-1: $2.60,
6-2: $4.00, 1-2: $7.80. T: $50.00. D: $20.90.
First 4: 6-1-2-5: $142.90. Sub: 6. Scr: 9.
RACE 6: 6 8 7. Win $4.50 place $1.70 $1.20
NTD. Q: $2.20. E: $13.30. T: $157.40. D: $7.00.
First 4: 6-8-7-2: $915.90. Sub: 8. Scr: 5.
RACE 7: 2 7 4. Win $8.70 place $3.20 $1.30
$1.50. Q: $7.50. E: $26.10. Duets: 2-7: $4.00,
2-4: $4.70, 7-4: $1.30. T: $86.10. D: $93.60.
First 4: 2-7-4-5: $111.40. Sub: 4. Scr: 9,3(L).
RACE 8: 2 6 3. Win $1.80 place $1.20 $2.60
NTD. Q: $4.50. E: $9.70. T: $14.00. D: $49.10.
First 4: 2-6-3-7: $35.50. Sub: 2. Scr: 4,5.
RACE 9: 2 3 7. Win $2.90 place $1.80 $3.70
$1.20. Q: $27.10. E: $25.40. Duets: 2-3: $7.70,
2-7: $2.20, 3-7: $7.30. T: $119.60. D: $9.90.
First 4: 2-3-7-5: $578.60. Sub: 7. Scr: 9.
RACE 10: 2 7 8. Win $1.50 place $1.20 $3.80
$1.40. Q: $9.50. E: $13.10. Duets: 2-7: $5.00,
2-8: $2.40, 7-8: $6.30. T: $51.10. D: $6.30.
First 4: 2-7-8-6: $173.20. Sub: 2. Scr: 3.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Furious
Not Fast (6)--Que Fever (2) $8.30. Subs: 8,2.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(1)(4)(1)(2): $166.30. Subs: 4,4,1,5.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (6)(6)(2)
(2): $1,087.20. Subs: 6,8,4,2.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 4,5,6,7,8,9: (2)(6)(6)
(2)(2)(2): Major (winners of 6 races): Not won.
Supplementary (winners of first 5 races): Not
won. Subs: 5,6,8,4,2,7.
Richmond
RACE 1: 2 6 7. Win $1.40 place NPP NPP NPP.
Q: $1.20. E: $3.00. T: $5.40. First 4: 2-6-7-8:
$7.90. Sub: 2. Scr: 1,3,4,5.
RACE 2: 8 4 2. Win $3.70 place $2.30 $2.00
NTD. Q: $9.30. E: $20.00. T: $32.10. D: $7.00.
First 4: 8-4-2-1: $75.60. Sub: 2. Scr: 5,7.
RACE 3: 1 6 8. Win $1.30 place $1.20 $2.70
NTD. Q: $2.90. E: $5.70. T: $7.80. D: $10.20.
First 4: 1-6-8-4: $21.60. Sub: 1. Scr: 5,7.
RACE 4: 1 6 8. Win $3.60 place $1.80 $2.10
NTD. Q: $6.30. E: $18.20. T: $78.30. D: $7.60.
First 4: 1-6-8-4: $257.10. Sub: 3. Scr: 5.
RACE 5: 7 1 8. Win $1.80 place $1.30 $1.60
$1.50. Q: $4.60. E: $4.50. Duets: 7-1: $1.90,
7-8: $2.70, 1-8: $3.00. T: $15.50. D: $10.80.
First 4: 7-1-8-5: $48.30. Sub: 7. Scr: 9,10.
RACE 6: 2 1 6. Win $2.10 place $1.30 $2.30
$5.30. Q: $32.60. E: $35.70. Duets: 2-1:
$8.50, 2-6: $11.30, 1-6: $23.50. T: $282.10.
D: $5.80. First 4: 2-1-6-3: $2,275.30. Sub: 2.
Scr: 8,10.
RACE 7: 3 1 2. Win $1.60 place $1.50 $2.00
NTD. Q: $3.10. E: $2.60. T: $5.30. D: $3.20.
First 4: 3-1-2-4: $27.80. Sub: 3. Scr: 7,8,9.
RACE 8: 6 4 8. Win $16.50 place $2.10 $1.80
$1.40. Q: $34.50. E: $122.20. Duets: 6-4:
$10.90, 6-8: $2.80, 4-8: $2.80. T: $202.00.
D: $24.00. First 4: 6-4-8-5: $1,956.20. Sub:
8. Scr: 9.
RACE 9: 3 2 1. Win $3.30 place $1.04 $1.30
$1.40. Q: $10.10. E: $13.10. Duets: 3-2:
$4.70, 3-1: $2.30, 2-1: $4.20. T: $35.80. D:
$43.30. First 4: 3-2-1-6: $50.50. Sub: 1. Scr:
9,10,5(L),7(L),8(L).
RACE 10: 7 3 8. Win $3.00 place $1.30 $2.10
$1.90. Q: $18.00. E: $22.40. Duets: 7-3:
$5.30, 7-8: $2.80, 3-8: $6.70. T: $69.30. D:
$11.40. First 4: 7-3-8-4: $233.70. Sub: 7.
Scr: 9,10.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Steelcity
Boxing (2)--Sammy Allen (6) $41.70. Subs:
2,8.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(2)(8)(1)(1): $29.90. Subs: 2,2,1,3.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (7)(2)(3)
(6): $126.40. Subs: 7,2,3,8.
The Gardens
RACE 1: 3 1 6. Win $3.00 place $1.20 $1.20
$2.20. Q: $5.20. E: $8.80. Duets: 3-1: $2.30,
3-6: $1.90, 1-6: $2.40. T: $27.50. First 4: 3-16-8: $83.10. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 2: 6 1 2. Win $1.80 place $1.30 $1.60
$1.90. Q: $8.40. E: $10.90. Duets: 6-1: $3.50,
6-2: $4.90, 1-2: $6.70. T: $39.90. D: $9.70.
First 4: 6-1-2-3: $130.10. Sub: 6. Scr: 4,10.
RACE 3: 3 2 8. Win $1.60 place $1.20 $1.40
NTD. Q: $1.50. E: $2.00. T: $26.10. D: $4.30.
First 4: 3-2-8-5: $65.20. Sub: 3. Scr: 4.
RACE 4: 2 1 4. Win $2.10 place $1.20 $1.20
$4.40. Q: $1.90. E: $3.40. Duets: 2-1: $2.00,
2-4: $12.40, 1-4: $20.40. T: $54.20. D: $3.40.
First 4: 2-1-4-5: $299.80. Sub: NSR. All
Started.
RACE 5: 1 5 3. Win $1.40 place $1.04 $2.10
$2.00. Q: $5.30. E: $6.10. Duets: 1-5: $3.90,
1-3: $1.04, 5-3: $9.60. T: $14.50. D: $4.70.
First 4: 1-5-3-6: $47.20. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 6: 1 2 6. Win $10.30 place $2.50 $1.50
$4.10. Q: $7.50. E: $31.90. Duets: 1-2: $2.80,
1-6: $19.10, 2-6: $12.00. T: $229.00. D:
$47.90. First 4: 1-2-6-8: $1,831.30. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 7: 7 1 6. Win $5.80 place $1.90 $1.40
$2.50. Q: $11.90. E: $15.00. Duets: 7-1:
$3.70, 7-6: $8.90, 1-6: $7.00. T: $134.30. D:
$128.00. First 4: 7-1-6-4: $486.40. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 8: 4 5 2. Win $1.40 place $1.10 $2.60
NTD. Q: $3.20. E: $3.20. T: $7.70. D: $18.40.
First 4: 4-5-2-9: $54.10. Sub: 4. Scr: 6,7,8.
RACE 9: 1 4 6. Win $3.70 place $1.40 $3.30
$5.20. Q: $23.50. E: $42.40. Duets: 1-4:
$8.50, 1-6: $10.30, 4-6: $21.70. T: $492.70.
D: $9.30. First 4: 1-4-6-2: $840.90. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 10: 2 3 8. Win $6.40 place $3.90 $4.10
NTD. Q: $9.10. E: $21.20. T: $90.10. D: $5.60.
First 4: 2-3-8-5: $250.50. Sub: 5. Scr: 1,7.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Rippa
Regis (1)--That?s Lil Vicki (4) $27.00. Subs:
NSR,4.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(3)(6)(3)(2): $67.40. Subs: NSR,6,3,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (1)(1)(7)
(4): $174.60. Subs: NSR,NSR,NSR,4.
Lismore
RACE 1: 1 3 5. Win $2.90 place $1.10 $2.70
$1.40. Q: $16.60. E: $19.80. Duets: 1-3:
$4.90, 1-5: $1.80, 3-5: $5.30. T: $81.60. First
4: 1-3-5-2: $104.80. Sub: 2. Scr: 8,10.
RACE 2: 4 8 1. Win $7.00 place $3.80 $5.10
NTD. Q: $41.90. E: $273.00. T: $348.80. D:
$30.10. First 4: 4-8-1-2: $855.50. Sub: 6.
Scr: 5.
RACE 3: 1 4 3. Win $45.90 place $9.30 $2.70
NTD. Q: $55.20. E: $97.10. T: $634.00. D: No
winner. First 4: 1-4-3-2: $1,739.60. Sub: 2.
Scr: 5.
RACE 4: 4 1 7. Win $4.10 place $2.10 $1.80
NTD. Q: $9.30. E: $15.90. T: $255.70. D:
$129.10. First 4: 4-1-7-3: $454.70. Sub: 1.
Scr: 5.
RACE 5: 7 5 1. Win $1.80 place $1.10 $3.90
NTD. Q: $11.80. E: $11.50. T: $47.40. D:
$29.60. First 4: 7-5-1-8: $117.40. Sub: 7.
Scr: 3,6.
RACE 6: 8 5 7. Win $3.20 place $1.40 $1.60
NTD. Q: $3.80. E: $8.60. T: $71.30. D: $39.50.
First 4: 8-5-7-1: $183.10. Sub: 5. Scr: 3,6.
RACE 7: 4 2 5. Win $2.90 place $1.30 $1.70
NTD. Q: $3.10. E: $7.10. T: $14.50. D: $13.00.
First 4: 4-2-5-1: $15.70. Sub: 2. Scr: 3,6,7(L).
RACE 8: 1 2 5. Win $1.70 place $1.30 $2.00
NTD. Q: $3.00. E: $3.40. T: $9.50. D: $4.00.
First 4: 1-2-5-4: $50.10. Sub: 1. Scr: 3,6.
RACE 9: 2 1 6. Win $2.00 place $1.70 $1.04
NTD. Q: $5.70. E: $12.60. T: $29.50. D: $3.80.
First 4: 2-1-6-8: $84.00. Sub: 2. Scr: 3,5,7.
RACE 10: 7 2 6. Win $3.70 place $1.70 $4.70
NTD. Q: $13.30. E: $39.90. T: $241.80. D:
$7.30. First 4: 7-2-6-1: $461.90. Sub: 1. Scr:
3,5.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Kingsbrae
Prince (8)--Thanks Nelly (1) $8.80. Subs: 5,1.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(1)(4)(1)(4): $102.40. Subs: 2,6,2,1.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (7)(8)(4)
(1): $53.10. Subs: 7,5,2,1.
Dubbo
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 4 8 3. Win $5.90 place $1.60 $3.50
$1.20. Q: $47.20. E: $88.10. Duets: 4-8:
$5.20, 4-3: $2.20, 8-3: $5.20. T: $133.00.
First 4: 4-8-3-7: $303.30. Sub: 3. Scr: 9.
RACE 2: 2 6 7. Win $1.80 place $1.20 $2.80
$1.10. Q: $14.60. E: $26.00. Duets: 2-6:
$3.70, 2-7: $1.20, 6-7: $5.20. T: $60.30. D:
$9.60. First 4: 2-6-7-3: $164.60. Sub: 2. Scr:
4(L).
RACE 3: 8 3 4. Win $12.50 place $3.60 $1.40
$1.60. Q: $28.90. E: $67.80. Duets: 8-3:
$7.90, 8-4: $8.80, 3-4: $2.90. T: $178.00. D:
No winner. First 4: 8-3-4-1: $659.50. Sub: 3.
Scr: 9.
RACE 4: 1 6 8. Win $2.60 place $1.10 $3.10
$1.20. Q: $10.00. E: $11.70. Duets: 1-6:
$2.90, 1-8: $3.20, 6-8: $7.20. T: $55.60. D: No
winner. First 4: 1-6-8-5: $118.10. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 5: 5 3 2. Win $45.50 place $5.70 $1.04
$2.80. Q: $31.50. E: $242.50. Duets: 5-3:
$7.10, 5-2: $6.90, 3-2: $4.50. T: $327.90. D:
$42.80. First 4: 5-3-2-7: $782.40. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 6: 6 1 5. Win $2.10 place $1.60 $2.00
NTD. Q: $1.30. E: $2.60. T: $4.70. D: $43.30.
First 4: 6-1-5-7: $24.70. Sub: 6. Scr: 2,3.
RACE 7: 4 6 5. Win $1.80 place $1.40 $2.90
$1.04. Q: $7.20. E: $20.40. Duets: 4-6:
$3.20, 4-5: $4.60, 6-5: $7.50. T: $43.80. D:
$5.30. First 4: 4-6-5-1: $131.90. Sub: NSR.
All Started.
RACE 8: 2 4 1. Win $2.70 place $1.40 $1.60
$2.40. Q: $7.60. E: $14.90. Duets: 2-4: $2.40,
2-1: $9.20, 4-1: $7.20. T: $56.40. D: $9.60.
First 4: 2-4-1-7: $495.00. Sub: 2. Scr: 9,10.
RACE 9: 7 1 6. Win $6.00 place $4.70 $1.04
NTD. Q: $8.80. E: $30.40. T: $67.50. D:
$22.40. First 4: 7-1-6-3: $274.00. Sub: 1.
Scr: 4.
RACE 10: 5 1 8. Win $68.80 place $6.60 $1.04
$3.60. Q: $67.20. E: $403.90. Duets: 5-1:
$12.90, 5-8: $70.90, 1-8: $2.50. T: $879.90.
D: No winner. First 4: 5-1-8-6: $1,063.30. Sub:
1. Scr: 9.
RACE 11: 3 6 8. Win $1.80 place $1.50 $2.00
NTD. Q: $5.80. E: $12.80. T: $53.70. D: No
winner. First 4: 3-6-8-2: $189.00. Sub: 3. Scr: 5.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Madeline
Keeping (6)--Tralee Jaz (2) $12.00. Subs: 6,2.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(4)(2)(8)(1): Not won pool jackpots. Subs:
3,2,3,NSR.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (5)(6)(4)
(2): $301.40. Subs: NSR,6,NSR,2.
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
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Football
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);
NEW ZEALAND BREAKERS 104 (S Long 28 T
Wesley 19 P Richard 18) bt ADELAIDE 36ERS
96 (N Sobey 23 H Froling 14 B Teys 14)
Standings
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
18 9 9 100.88 50.00
Brisbane Bullets 18 9 9 100.13 50.00
NZ Breakers
16 7 9 99.65 43.75
Illawarra Hawks
17 7 10
92.91 41.18
Cairns Taipans
16 2 14 92.03 12.50
? WNBL, Rd 13: ADELAIDE LIGHTNING 110
(L Nicholson 20 S Blicavs 15 K Alexander 14)
bt SYDNEY UNI FLAMES 61 (T Tupaea 21 S
Graham 15 S Greaves 12); UC CAPITALS 102 (K
Griffin 27 K Nurse 24 K Wilson 10) bt BENDIGO
SPIRIT 62 (N Hurst 12 M Whittle 12 R Tobin 12);
MELBOURNE BOOMERS 64 (E Magbegor 17
L Allen 13 M Garrick 12) bt PERTH LYNX 59
(B McPhee 15 A Taylor 11 A Schwagmeyer
11); DANDENONG RANGERS 77 (R Cole 27 K
Pedersen 18 B Laney 10) bt TOWNSVILLE FIRE
72 (L Mincy 18 Z Aokuso 15 M Cocks 14)
Standings
P W L
% Win %
UC Capitals
18 13 5 118.25 72.22
Melb Boomers
18 13 5 108.98 72.22
Adel Lightning
18 11 7 113.22
61.11
Perth Lynx
18 11 7 102.72
61.11
Dand Rangers
18 8 10 92.74 44.44
Townsville Fire
18 7 11 98.29 38.89
Bendigo Spirit
18 7 11 87.96 38.89
Syd Uni Flames
18 2 16 82.78
11.11
? NBA (home team in CAPS): SAN
ANTONIO SPURS 125 Toronto Raptors 107;
SACRAMENTO KINGS 113 Denver Nuggets
117; GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 134 Houston
Rockets 135 OT
BBL
HOBART HURRICANES v SYDNEY SIXERS
at Blundstone Arena
Sydney Sixers Innings
J DENLY b Botha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 (10)
J AVENDANO c Wade b Botha . . . . . . . . . 5 (8)
D HUGHES c McDermott b Botha . . . . 61 (40)
M HENRIQUES run out (Short) . . . . . . 31 (24)
J SILK c Bailey b Faulkner . . . . . . . . . . . 9 (10)
J PHILIPPE c Doolan b Archer. . . . . . . . . 11 (9)
T CURRAN c McDermott b Faulkner . . . 19 (14)
S ABBOTT c McDermott b Faulkner . . . . 7 (3)
S O?KEEFE not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 (2)
B DWARSHUIS not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (0)
Sundries (1lb 2w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Eight wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
Fall: 17 (Denly), 27 (Avendano), 94 (Henriques),
119 (Hughes), 120 (Silk), 142 (Philippe), 154
(Abbott), 156 (Curran)
Bowling: J Faulkner 4-0-36-3 (1w), J Archer
4-0-36-1, J Botha 4-0-22-3, R Meredith 4-030-0 (1w), C Rose 1-0-10-0, D Short 3-0-26-0
Overs: 20
Hobart Hurricanes Innings
M WADE c O?Keefe b Curran. . . . . . . . . . 15 (11)
D SHORT b Abbott. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 (42)
A DOOLAN c Curran b Abbott . . . . . . . 26 (23)
B MCDERMOTT c Silk b O?Keefe . . . . . . 10 (14)
G BAILEY c Henriques b Dwarshuis . . 30 (17)
S MILENKO not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 (10)
J FAULKNER not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 (2)
Sundries (1b 1lb 1w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Five wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
Fall: 32 (Wade), 84 (Doolan), 111 (Short), 132
(McDermott), 158 (Bailey)
Bowling: B Manenti 3-0-26-0, B Dwarshuis
3.5-0-27-1, T Curran 4-0-22-1 (1w), S O?Keefe
4-0-40-1, S Abbott 4-0-29-2, J Denly 1-0-16-0
Overs: 19.5
Result: Hobart Hurricanes won by 5 wickets
Man of the Match: D?Arcy Short
? SECOND TEST: SOUTH AFRICA v
PAKISTAN, at Cape Town: Pakistan 177 (S
Ahmed 56, S Masood 44; D Olivier 4-48, D
Steyn 3-48); South Africa 4-188 (A Markram
78, F du Plessis 33no). Day 2 lunch
W-LEAGUE, Rd 10: PERTH GLORY 1 (Samantha
Kerr 85m pen) bt CANBERRA UNITED 0 at
Dorrien Gardens. Referee: Casey Reibelt.
SYDNEY FC 3 (Savannah McCaskill 28m,
90+5m, Princess Ibini 77m) bt NEWCASTLE
JETS 1 (Elizabeth Copus-Brown 82m) at
Jubilee Stadium. Referee: Katie Patterson.
Standings
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
8 4 0 4 20 14 6 12
Canberra United 9 2 3 4 11 14 -3 9
Newcastle Jets 8 2 1 5 9 14 -5 7
Western Sydney 8 0 1 7 5 17 -12
1
? ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Manchester
City 2 (Aguero 40, Sane 72) Liverpool 1
(Firmino 64)
Standings
P W D L F A Pts
Liverpool
21 17 3 1 49 10 54
Manchester City
21 16 2 3 56 17 50
Tottenham Hotspur 21 16 0 5 46 21 48
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
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
? SPANISH FIRST DIVISION: Villarreal 2
(Cazorla 4, 82) Real Madrid 2 (Benzema 7,
Varane 20)
Cycling
Golf
ROAD NATIONAL C?SHIPS, at Ballarat, Vic:
Elite Men Criterium: 1. Brenton Jones (Delko
Marseille Provence) 1:01:13, 2. Tristan Ward
(Team BridgeLane) ST, 3. Jay McCarthy (Bora
Hansgrohe) ST, 4. Cameron Ivory (GPMStulz)
ST, 5. Theodore Yates (Drapac Cannondale)
ST. Elite & U23 Women Criterium: 1. Rebecca
Wiasak 1:11:50, 2. Sarah Roy (Mitchelton Scott)
0:00:01, 3. Ruby Roseman-Gannon ST, 4.
Matilda Raynolds (Specialized Women?s Racing),
5. Lauretta Hanson (Trek Segafredo) ST
US PGA TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS, at
Kapalua, Hawaii (par 73): First round
66: Kevin Tway (USA)
67: Gary Woodland (USA), Justin Thomas
(USA), Dustin Johnson (USA)
68: Marc Leishman (AUS)
69: Patton Kizzire (USA), Andrew Landry (USA),
Andrew Putnam (USA), Bryson DeChambeau
(USA), Jason Day (AUS), Rory McIlroy (NIR)
70: Patrick Reed (USA), Jon Rahm (ESP),
Bubba Watson (USA), Webb Simpson (USA)
Bowls
TURN OF THE YEAR CARNIVAL: Singles:
Semi-f: C Green (Tar Pt) bt B Melville (AEBC)
9-2 5-11 5-0, I Ossher (Doub B) bt P Chown
(Reves) 5-10 11-2 4-1. F: I Ossher bt C Green
5-11 9-8 4-2. Pairs: Semi-f: L Welch G Corey
(Cabra) 26 J Boumelhem J Fitzgerald (WSL)
15, M Cross T Pappas (Comp) 23 G Anlezark L
Berka (Comp) 7. F: M Cross T Pappas 20 bt L
Welch G Corey 14. Triples: Semi-f: K Farrell A
Lawrence B Farrel (Comp) 25 P Davies M Cook
B Cook (Comp) 15, A Vidaic D Byrne R Pearse
(Cabramatta) 24 W Heden U Bendt G Drabsch
(The Hills) 14. F: R Pearse 30 B Farrell 18.
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71: Ian Poulter (ENG), Cameron Champ (USA),
Michael Kim (USA)
72: Matt Kuchar (USA), Xander Schauffele
(USA), Billy Horschel (USA)
73: Francesco Molinari (ITA), Troy Merritt
(USA), Brice Garnett (USA), Paul Casey (ENG)
74: Aaron Wise (USA), Charles Howell III (USA)
75: Ted Potter Jr. (USA), Brandt Snedeker
(USA)
76: Scott Piercy (USA), Brooks Koepka (USA)
77: Keegan Bradley (USA), Satoshi Kodaira
(JPN)
? ACT WEEK OF GOLF, at Federal GC: Final
Rd: Boys: C?ship: Par 72: L Chamberlain
(Federal) 278 S Slater (Queensland) 281 J
Guan (The Australian) 285. 17yrs: S Slater
(Queensland) 281. 16yrs: L Chamberlain
(Federal) 278. 15yrs: J Na (Queensland) 287.
U-14: J Guan (The Australian) 285. Hcp: B
Speechley (Cronulla 3) 276. Girls: C?ship: Par
73: Y Kim* (Strathfield) K Williams (Avondale)
297. *Kim won on the first playoff hole. O-15:
Y Kim (Strathfield) 297. U-14: B Mapanao (The
Australian) 306. Hcp: K Toole (Belmont 14) 286.
? CLUB
BANKSTOWN: Medley: S?ford: 9-hole: G
Osborne (3) 22
BARNWELL PARK: Medley: S?ford: D
MacPhee (21) 43
BEXLEY: Medley: S?ford: S Commins (22) 43.
Veteran: A: S Loreggia (5) 40. B: S Commins
(21) 42. C: B Dunkley (26) 38
BONNIE DOON: Medley: Hole in one: B
Maystorovich at 13th. S?ford: D Parisi (11) 46.
Women: G Locke (21) 41 cb
BONVILLE: Medley: S?ford: 2B: S McCarthy C
O?Brien 46. A: S McCarthy (14) 42. B: M Smith
(33) 41
CASTLE HILL: Medley: S?ford: 2B Agg: C
Howard (13) F Bardetta (7) 79 cb. Men: A:
P Crocker (11) 42. B: C Howard (13) 43. C: R
Brown (22) 40. Women: L Wilkie (21) 36.
Medley: 2B Scr: S Goodrum M Thomson 39 cb
CHATSWOOD: Medley: S?ford: 2B: E McCann
(15) W Krygsman (18) 51. N Mikita (26) 43
CONCORD: Women: S?ford: Div 1: L Bates (19)
40. Div 2: R Kim (26) 42. Div 3: S Watson
(45) 41. 9-hole: P Thomson (38) 19. Medley: A
Eastway (21) 42. S?ford 9-hole: Gold: A Bolzan
(31) 24
CROMER: Medley: S?ford: 4B: A Robson (8) D
Simpson (4) 48. A Robson (8) 43
CRONULLA: Women: S?ford: A: E Brus (19) 38
cb. B: L Quattromani (25) 36 cb. C: R Ihnen
(30) 38. D: L Doolan (36) 34 cb. A Scr: S
Wiggins (4) 28
DUNHEVED: Medley: S?ford: 2B: A: S Nayak
(15) A Krishnan (17) 50. Div 1: A Krishnan
(17) 43. Div 2: A Harwood (19) 40. Div 1 Scr:
G Ingleton 37
ELANORA: Women: S?ford: M Booker (16) 33 cb
FOX HILLS: Veteran: Hole in one: P Reid at
17th. Medley: S?ford: A: J Carpenter (10) 42. B:
K Barton (13) 42. C: D Pellegrin (27) 38
GOSFORD: Medley: S?ford: A: H James (11) 39
cb. B: B Rand (18) 43. C: R Phillips (29) 42
HARRINGTON WATERS: Veteran: S?ford 4B: G
Hazell K Collins 26
HURSTVILLE: Medley: S?ford: Div 1: G
Stamenkovic (19) 43. Div 2: J Etcell (21) 37 cb
KILLARA: Women: S?ford: Div 1: M Hudson (19)
42. Div 2: K Williams (32) 45
LAKESIDE: Medley: S?ford: 2B: R Gerace (12)
D Campbell (20) 45 cb. 2B Scr: B James B
James 39. A: W Vanderlouw (10) 37 cb. B: S
Tan (17) 38 cb. C: N Hull (26) 38
LYNWOOD: Medley: S?ford: 2B: P Tapper B
Wahlen 50. Div 1 Scr: F Concepcion 43. Div 1: P
Tapper (11) 42. Div 2: J Minney (12) 41
MANLY: Men: S?ford: J Leslie (23) 44. Women:
S Simaitis (14) 44. 9-hole: L O?Neill (38) 24
MONASH: Men: S?ford: M Carmody (26) 40.
Women: S Choi (27) 38
NELSON BAY: Men: S?ford: Div 1: S Brown (10)
42. Div 2: B Kews (14) 42. Div 3 Scr: Z Rimmer
(24) 39. Women: S?ford: Div 1: L Drake (17) 37.
Div 2: D Herford (29) 38
OATLANDS: Medley: S?ford: R Ruston (21) 38
PENNANT HILLS: Men: S?ford: M Thompson
(17) 42. Women: K Lee (30) 40. Medley:
9-hole: J Boult (43) 16
PYMBLE: Medley: S?ford: P Coon (11) 41
RICHMOND: Medley: S?ford: 2B: G Maher (22)
M McNamara (14) 47. A: M Graham (7) 41. B: M
Simpson (15) 40. C: G Maher (22) 39 cb. Scr:
C Ellings (1) 35
ROSEVILLE: Women: S?ford: Div 1: A Petersen
(24) 40. Div 2: S Guiney (29) 39. Div 3: M Jones
(44) 35. 9-hole: Div 1: A Halstead (22) 22 cb.
Div 2: S Anderson (31) 23. Div 3: M O?Hehir (45)
24. S?ford Green: S Reynolds (40) 20
ROSNAY: Men: S?ford: 2B: A: P McDermid (12) G
Kim (23) 47. A Scr: M Bragg M Woodhouse 40.
Div 1: G Beale (7) 42. Div 2: J Taylor (19) 40 cb
ROYAL
SYDNEY:
Veteran:
S?ford
Championship: Yellow: R Clark (34) 44
RYDE-PARRAMATTA: Men: S?ford: J Patel
(12) 40. Women: K Brown (17) 39. Medley: 2B:
J Panagopoulos (23) T Wilson (21) 50. Hole in
one: S Kassam at 4th
SHELL COVE: Medley: S?ford Challenge: G
Gibson (12) 40. Scr: D Humphries (0) 33
STRATHFIELD: Medley: S?ford: 2B: M Pluss K
Kanofski 47 cb. Div 1: A Lind (10) 41. Div 2: D
Yim (22) 41. Scr: D Mulhall 35. Veteran Men: K
Lim (18) 39 cb
TERREY HILLS: Medley: S?ford: P Grumont
(10) 47
THE AUSTRALIAN: Women: S?ford: F Lomax
(17) 39. Hole in one: F Lomax at 11th
THE COAST: S?ford: C Mann (9) 44. Scr: A
Ogane 36. 2B Agg: G Murrell (18) D Cerda
(29) 81
THE LAKES: Medley: S?ford: J Angelis (10) 41.
Women: M Happell (24) 41
WINDSOR: Medley: S?ford: J Mok (24) 43
WOOLOOWARE: Medley: S?ford: J Parkinson
(14) 43
Tennis
BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL, at Queensland
Tennis Centre
Men, Quarterfinals (prefix denotes seeding):
4-Daniil Medvedev (RUS) bt 5-Milos Raonic
(CAN) 6-7(2) 6-3 6-4; 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, Quarterfinals: 5-Karolina Pliskova
(CZE) bt Ajla Tomljanovic (AUS) 6-1 1-6 6-1;
Donna Vekic (CRO) bt Aliaksandra Sasnovich
(BLR) 6-2 6-0; Lesia Tsurenko (UKR) bt Anett
Kontaveit (EST) 7-5 6-3; 2-Naomi Osaka (JPN)
bt 8-Anastasija Sevastova (LAT) 3-6 6-0 6-4
? HOPMAN CUP, at Perth Arena
Group A, Spain bt France 2-1: David Ferrer
(ESP) bt Lucas Pouille (FRA) 6-4 6-7(5)
7-6(2); Garbine Muguruza (ESP) bt Alize
Cornet (FRA) 6-1 6-3; Alize Cornet/Lucas
Pouille (FRA) bt David Ferrer (ESP)/Whitney
Osuigwe (USA)* 4-2 4-2. *Garbine Muguruza
withdrew due to injury
Germany leads Australia 1-0: Angelique
Kerber (GER) bt Ashleigh Barty (AUS) 6-4 6-4
Group B, Greece bt Switzerland 2-1: Roger
Federer (SUI) bt Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE)
7-6(5) 7-6(4); Maria Sakkari (GRE) bt Belinda
Bencic (SUI) 6-3 6-4; Maria Sakkari/Stefanos
Tsitsipas (GRE) bt Roger Federer/Belinda
Bencic (SUI) 4-3(4) 2-4 4-3(3)
? QATAR OPEN, at Doha
Men, Quarterfinals: 4-Marco Cecchinato
(ITA) bt Dusan Lajovic (SRB) 7-6(2) 6-2;
Tomas Berdych (CZE) bt Pierre-Hugues
Herbert (FRA) 6-2 6-4; 1-Novak Djokovic
(SRB) bt 5-Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO) 4-6 6-3
6-4; 7-Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) bt Stan
Wawrinka (SUI) 6-4 6-4
? ASB CLASSIC, at Auckland, New Zealand
Women, Quarterfinals: Bianca Andreescu
(CAN) bt 6-Venus Williams (USA) 6-7(1) 6-1 6-3;
2-Julia Goerges (GER) bt Eugenie Bouchard
(CAN) 3-6 6-3 7-6(6); Viktoria Kuzmova (SVK)
bt Amanda Anisimova (USA) 6-3 2-6 6-4.
? SHENZHEN OPEN, at Shenzhen, China
Women, Quarterfinals: Wang Yafan (CHN) bt
Monica Niculescu (ROU) 2-6 7-6(4) 6-1; Vera
Zvonareva (RUS) bt Veronika Kudermetova
(RUS) 4-6 7-5 6-3; Alison Riske (USA)
bt Sorana Cirstea (ROU) 7-5 6-1; 1-Aryna
Sabalenka (BLR) bt 5-Maria Sharapova (RUS)
6-1 4-2 ret.
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NFL WILDCARD
PLAYOFFS
In-form Foles has the Eagles
dreaming of going back to back
THE return of Nick Foles has the
Philadelphia Eagles dreaming of
another improbable Super Bowl run
as the NFL playoffs kick off with
four finely balanced wildcard games.
After stumbling through an inconsistent regular season, the Eagles
have rediscovered their touch in
recent weeks, notching upsets over
the Los Angeles Rams and Houston
Texans before a 24-0 rout of Washington on Sunday.
The common thread in those
three wins was the return of Foles,
hero of the Eagles? thrilling victory
over the New England Patriots in
last year?s Super Bowl.
For Eagles fans,, there are uncanny parallels between
Foles? fairytale run
n last
year and his return
urn
this season.
In 2017, Foless
replaced injured
starter
Carson
Wentz late in the
campaign before
coolly guiding thee
Eagles through the
he
playoffs and past New
England for the team?s
eam?s
le.
first Super Bowl title.
Foles? return this season has
been similarly seamless, with the 29year-old picking up where he left off
after replacing the injured Wentz
once more for the final three games
of the campaign.
On Sunday, however, Foles?
comeback will face its sternest
examination to date against the fearsome defence of the Chicago Bears
at Soldier Field.
The Bears boast the third-best
defense in the league, conceding just
over 18 points per game in the
regular season.
Foles, though, is undaunted by
the challenge, pointing to the confidence coursing through the franchise despite their erratic season.
?The big thing is we?re a confident
team,? Foles said.
?We talk about it all the time. It?s
about the people inside this building
that work together, and with that
confidence and belief in one another, you can go out there and do
great things.
?We?ve been able to do that the
last several weeks. Those weeks
HOUSTON V
INDIANAPOLIS
Tomorrow, 8.35am
TV: ESPN and 7mate
TAB odds: Texans $1.80
Colts $2.00
don?t mean anything right now because we?re in a new week. We will
continue to believe that way, continue to prepare that way.?
The Eagles? reward for victory on
Sunday will be a trip to New Orleans
to face the top-seeded Saints in the
divisional round.
In the other NFC wildcard game
this weekend, the Seattle Seahawks
travel to the Dallas Cowboys, with
quarterback Russell Wilson chasing
a fourth straight win over the Texas
giants.
The Seahawks have already beaten the Cowboys once this season,
winning 24-13 at CenturyLink Field
p
in September.
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Cowboys improved
mark
markedly
since that
def
defeat,
however,
w
winning seven of
ttheir final eight
games to win the
NFC East title.
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tough task ?
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Dallas has been
pl
playing great,? Wilson said.
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?Honestly, they?ve
been one of the best teams
in the NFL in the past however
many weeks ? six, seven, eight
weeks ? across the board.
?It?s going to be a battle.
?It?s going to be a tough test, but
we?re ready for it.?
In the AFC wildcard games, Andrew Luck will aim to extend his
comeback season as the Indianapolis Colts head to the Houston
Texans on Saturday.
Luck, who missed all of the 2017
campaign with a shoulder injury, has
helped the Colts into the playoffs
after their 1-5 start to the season.
The Texans, however, have their
own quarterback ace in Deshaun
Watson.
Watson missed most of
the 2017 season after suffering a serious knee injury, but returned this
year to post recordbreaking figures in only
his second campaign.
The 23-year-old became the first player in NFL history
to throw for over 4000 yards with 25
touchdowns.
DALLAS V
SEATTLE
Tomorrow, 12.15pm
TV: ESPN and 7mate
TAB odds: Cowboys $1.75
Seahawks $2.10
BALTIMORE V
LA CHARGERS
Monday, 5.05am
TV: ESPN and 7mate
TAB odds: Ravens $1.65
Chargers $2.25
CHICAGO V
PHILADELPHIA
Monday, 8.40am
TV: ESPN and 7mate
TAB odds:
Bears $1.37
Eagles $3.10
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick
Foles (main picture), Andrew Luck of
Indianapolis (above), and (left)
Russell Wilson of Seattle aim to be
pivotal. Main picture: Getty
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TIPS: BIT FlaSH 1, Bugatti Hawk 4, Blistering Bear 3, Zipping Raw 2.
thedogs.com.au says: Bit Flash (1) looked impressive in a Bulli trial
to record a three lengths victory in 26.66 from this trap Dec 22. Has
plenty of upside. Rates highly. Bugatti hawk (4) has been freshened
slightly after being galloped on WP 520m Dec 12. Placed previous four.
In the mix. BlisteRing BeaR (3) is capable of a lot more. ZiPPing
Raw (2) is next pick.
R2
ladbrokes Back yourself 472m 6.42
$1275 Maiden
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 2234
R 3322
R 272
R 5336
R 5363
R 12F
R 5282
R 21 1 1
11
R
R 22
CoCkatoo RoCket
syCaMoRe FiFi
suPeRstaR Chase
Ballows FReak
Booka Banjo
ZiPPing RoMeo
sMouldeR
just teRMs
CaPtain tRigg (r)
CawBoRne MaRty (r)
FSTD
FSH
NBT
FSH
FSTD
FSH
FSTD
26.76Q
26.65Q
NBT
D Campbell
K Tuovi
J Callaughan
M Ballantine
D Wright
D Prestwidge
T Vella
J lord
J Callaughan
J lord
9.00
12.00
4.20
16.00
12.00
15.00
5.00
*2.70
3.40
8.00
TIPS: JuST TERMS 8, Captain Trigg 9, Superstar Chase 3,
Smoulder 7.
thedogs.com.au says: just teRMs (8) been given plenty of time and
lot to enthuse about fair 26.76 trial here on Saturday. Sure to make
presence felt. CaPtain tRigg (9) is a real blue blood and sure to
acquit himself after handy 26.65 trial here on Saturday. Could easily
start favourite. suPeRstaR Chase (3) hit line keenly here last week.
sMouldeR (7) has minor claims.
R3
southern engine Recond.
515m 6.57
$2310 Grade 5 (1-3 Wins)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 2325
R 5221
R F354
R 6823
R
R 5457
R 1 1 26
R 3877
seCRet talks
RoCkstaR BeaV
desPiCaBle slink
desPiCaBle Roxy
VaCant Box
Bugatti BendeR
RoCkstaR Melody
elCaRiM
FSTD
NBT
FSTD
FSTD
M
C
S
S
Clayton
Nutt
Easey
Easey
5.00
3.60
15.00
8.00
NBT
FSH
NBT
J Davis
C Nutt
R Hancock
6.00
*2.50
21.00
TIPS: RoCKSTaR MEloDy 7, Bugatti Bender 6, Secret Talks 1,
Rockstar Beav 2.
thedogs.com.au says: RoCkstaR Melody (7) had no luck in Xmas
Cup at Dapto Dec 20. Has won slippery 29.87 there. Hard to beat. Bugatti BendeR (6) raced well below best at past couple of WP starts.
Could appreciate getting back to a larger track. Value hope. seCRet
talks (1) is better than latest Nowra flop suggests. RoCkstaR BeaV
(2) is fresh out of maiden ranks. Next.
R4
ladbrokes odds Boost
400m 7.20
$1380 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 4152
R 6121
R 7526
R 1221
R 3332
R 6672
R 6346
R 4245
galaxy BanneR
good odds Meghan
Mount Royal
winsoMe Mia
la BaMBa iCon
FutuRe dReaM
takahi legend
Mind Blowin?
NBT
22.41
NBT
FSH
NBT
NBT
22.99
22.82
B Gibbons
F Hurst
C Micallef
M Wright
E Robinson
R Welsh
J Bertinato
S Wilkinson
5.50
*2.70
15.00
4.30
8.00
1 1 .00
9.00
10.00
TIPS: GooD oDDS MEGHaN 2, Winsome Mia 4, Galaxy Banner 1,
la Bamba Icon 5.
thedogs.com.au says: good odds Meghan (2) is a highly competitive girl, who wasn?t headed in fast time at Gosford. Take catching
again. winsoMe Mia (4) beat up on a 297m restricted class field at
Dapto on Dec 27. Sure to be thereabouts. galaxy BanneR (1) collided in back stretch when sound second to Feral Swiper here Dec 22.
la BaMBa iCon (5) hasn?t done much wrong.
R5
ladbrokes Cash out
472m
7.41
$2460 Mixed 4/5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
W 8855
R 21 1 3
R 6521
W 1466
R 3661
R 1111
R 4652
R 7424
R 6517
RetuRned heRo
FeRal swiPeR
suReFiRe BaBe
winxette
takahi PaRty
haRdaway titan
one houR PaRking
Mount oxley
tilikuM (r)
26.60
NBT
26.32Q
26.34
NBT
FSTD
26.10
26.65
NBT
B Mahoney
T Vella
M Wilcox
M Wright
J Bertinato
R Marsden
M Knowles
C Micallef
T Vella
14.00
7.50
3.30
1 1 .00
34.00
*2.10
6.50
26.00
41.00
TIPS: HaRDaWay TITaN 6, One Hour Parking 7, Surefire Babe 3,
Feral Swiper 2.
thedogs.com.au says: haRdaway titan (6) is a huge brute. aiming
for his tenth consecutive win. Safe to say, he?s unstoppable on one
turn circuits. one houR PaRking (7) stuck with winner, only edged out
late for the top purse here on Sat. suReFiRe BaBe (3) found plenty
under pressure for an impressive win in similar grade here Sat. FeRal
swiPeR (2) is very honest.
the gaRdens
GREyHouNDS
1 grade 5
400m 6.37
1 312 PReMieR RetuRn 22.94 N lyford *$1.8
6
2 516 who that henRy 23.38 S Carr
3 521 Bella dixie 23.68
R Neville
9
4 682 king saM NBT
G Dunphy 26
5 446 allen VeteR NBT
K Smith
34
6 68F dRiFt a Bit 23.26
B Sloan
17
7 523 sPeedy gallon NBT R Hoare
15
8 338 PeteR?s BaBe 23.32Q a Ramage 5
TIPS: PREMIER RETuRN 1, Who That Henry 2,
Peter?s Babe 8, Bella Dixie 3.
DOGS LEGEND FSH ? First start here. NBT
? No best time. 30.01 ? Fastest winning time
this track and distance.
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
Best Bet: Hardaway Harada (Race 9)
Value Bet: Cee Jay?s Boy (Race 7)
Best Bet: Veloce Nero (Race 3)
Value Bet: Hello Robbo (Race 8)
R6
R1
ladbrokes info hub
472m 8.02
$2310 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 8471
R 2273
R 2821
R 1 1 22
R 2214
R 4523
R 1521
R 5176
R 6517
R7
NBT
FSH
FSH
26.56
FSTD
NBT
FSTD
FSTD
NBT
J lord
W Hall
F Hurst
F Hurst
J Fisher
C Oldfield
R Metselaar
R Hancock
T Vella
3.70
12.00
4.80
*3.20
21.00
7.00
6.00
17.00
41.00
ladbrokes odds Boost exotics 400m 8.23
$1645 Mixed 4/5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 1352
R 7816
R 6233
R 1 1 1F
R
R 5866
R 1234
R 2121
NBT
22.73
NBT
22.43
J Davis
T Vella
D Campbell
D Warren
3.20
18.00
5.50
10.00
FSH D Thornberry
22.25 R Marsden
FSH M Knowles
21.00
6.50
*2.30
illawarra Folk Festival jan 17
400m 8.46
$1380 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 1542
R 7514
R 251 1
R 1F1 1
R 212
R 3145
R 2464
R 4251
BeaR the stoRM
RaPid MusiC
wally gatoR
Rose?s BlaCk
Big aRtie BanneR
nate?s dReaM
no Photos
laVish PedRo
22.65
NBT
NBT
23.14
22.71
FSTD
NBT
22.49
D Matic
R Hancock
N Bayo
D Campbell
B Gibbons
D Wright
K Barton
J alaban
6.00
21.00
7.50
8.00
*3.00
10.00
15.00
3.40
ladbrokes Cash in stakes 400m 9.09
$2000 Free For all
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 3131
R 1 1 67
R
R 5254
R 1325
R
R 6243
R 2261
haRdaway haRada
FundaMental
VaCant Box
ZiPPing MeRlow
Banjo shaRk
VaCant Box
My CountRy
CosMiC Blend
22.36 R Marsden
FSH J Fisher
*2.00
9.00
NBT D Prestwidge
22.52 J lord
10.00
6.50
NBT R Webb
22.32 M Wilcox
21.00
2.60
R10 ladbrokes Bulli Battlers
400m 9.32
$1380 Grade 5
R 7754
R 8657
R 5515
R 4645
R 7577
R 7545
R 6775
R 7647
23.09Q
NBT
NBT
FSH
23.10
FSH
NBT
NBT
J Erwin
B allen
S Sundstrom
P Daly
B allen
G Bayo
B lloyd
R Walter
4.00
9.00
*2.40
15.00
6.50
21.00
10.00
7.00
TIPS: ToBy?S MaTE 3, Hurricane oscar 1, El Grand larson 5,
First Refusal 7.
thedogs.com.au says: toBy?s Mate (3) took a while to break his
duck but did it in style at Nowra and that?s strong enough form. huRRiCane osCaR (1) had many chances but can push up from his soft
draw and assert himself. el gRand laRson (5) lacks pace but has
won here in mod time. FiRst ReFusal (7) might find this easier than
past couple at Nowra & Goulburn. Place
1 2 katoBy NBT
D Flanagan 4.6
2
1 kid Candle 30.02Q
G Grimwood 5
3 433 dReaMing BuCks NBT F Sanotti
21
4 664 giRls an? PeaRls FSTD D McGeachie 34
5 774 waMBeRal Boy FSTD D Browne
51
6 1 1 geMMa nisMo 29.58Q T Mason *1.8
7 625 ZaRCo NBT
M Davidson 1 1
8 235 unsoCiaBles NBT
M Davidson 17
9 617 soVeReign sPRite (r) FSTD N lyford
51
TIPS: GEMMa NISMo 6, Katoby 1,
Kid Candle 2, Zarco 7.
3 Mixed Mdn/grade 5 400m 7.23
gundal Madonna FSTD
gRand giFt NBT
aldo keePing 23.24
kinloCh County NBT
BRoken FliPPa 23.70
Penalty Box 23.36Q
waCky whaCkeR 23.85
D Fyvie
4
G Borrow
5
R White
4.5
l Hutton 34
R Hoare
26
P young *2.5
l Hutton 34
Dog
Bland PuRR
nikita keePing
RoCkstaR stangus
eMBossed
winsoMe Bailey
diVeR?s ol Mates
jingles keePing
he?s all shine
PB
FSH
FSH
NBT
FSH
NBT
NBT
FSH
NBT
Trainer
Early Speed
J lord
*$3.50
C Roberts
6.00
M Wotton
51.00
J lord
6.00
J Finn
8.00
G Robertson
33.00
C Roberts
4.00
M Gatt
4.00
TIPS: HE?S all SHINE 8, Bland Purr 1, Jingles Keeping 7,
Nikita Keeping 2.
thedogs.com.au says: he?s all shine (8) is ready to win in town
after 4 placings here at Wenty including a 30.07 gallop from the pink
box. He will look to rush down the outside and get us off to a winning
start. Bland PuRR (1) comes to Wenty with fast big track form, big
danger. jingles keePing (7) and her kennel mate nikita keePing
(2) both have the talent to win.
R2
wentworthpark.com.au
520m 7.45
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 3426
R 3233
R 2787
R 1312
R 2245
W F624
R 1 1 12
R 1847
BRietta
all on aMy
Fonty allen
winloCk huddy
wilshiRe Boy
dandy dale
gunnell
ZiPPing oaks
30.25
30.41
NBT
30.16
30.34
30.44
30.38
30.45
S Pitstock
J Sciberras
F Wotton
J lord
G McKinley
S Hazlett
R King
J Eaton
12.00
6.00
33.00
3.50
6.00
10.00
*2.50
21.00
TIPS: GuNNEll 7, Winlock Huddy 4, all on amy 2, Wilshire Boy 5.
thedogs.com.au says: gunnell (7) is the fastest dog in the race
with a mix of speed and strength who is coming off a 30.06 PB from
a wide draw. She will roll forward into a handy spot on the map and
prove too good strong in the run home. winloCk huddy (4) is a
consistent performer with 3 wins here, main threat. all on aMy (2)
and wilshiRe Boy (5) are place hopes.
R3
ladbrokes Cash in stakes 520m 8.05
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 1543
R 3322
R 5314
R 3673
R 3635
R 2164
R 7435
R 281 1
jaClyn Bale
VeloCe neRo
FedeRal BRae
anCient seCRet
dyna yaMi
dyna Chill
FaBRelass
douBle uP dee
29.80
29.87
30.09
29.83
30.1 1
30.12
30.06
30.69
S Rhodes
J Finn
H Sarkis
P Bigeni
S Rhodes
S Rhodes
J Brown
P Braddon
4.00
3.50
12.00
8.00
15.00
12.00
15.00
*3.00
TIPS: VEloCE NERo 2, Jaclyn Bale 1, ancient Secret 4,
Double up Dee 8.
thedogs.com.au says: VeloCe neRo (2) Powerful all distance performer who is sprinting well and is drawn to get the run of the race
following the leaders. Will descend with a mighty run, best bet. jaClyn
Bale (1) is a good beginner with a 29.80 win from this draw. anCient
seCRet (4) is always in the mix with his speed while douBle uP dee
(8) is fast but needs inside.
R4
@wpgrey on twitter
520m 8.28
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 2534
R 1338
R 6263
R 1 1 47
R
R 1412
R 241 1
R 3716
dyna hadRia
loVe you MoRe
oFF the leash
My Mate Fox
VaCant Box
ChaMPion Model
Fast CaR dRiVing
hit ReCoRd
FSH
29.83
29.96
30.12
S
E
K
P
Rhodes
Borg
Burnett
Barnes
21.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
29.90 J lord
29.80 C Carl
29.91 P Chaker
*3.00
4.00
6.00
TIPS: CHaMPIoN MoDEl 6, Fast Car Driving 7, off The leash 3,
love you More 2.
thedogs.com.au says: ChaMPion Model (6) is backing up from the
Gosford Cup at the top of her game and looks suited here on the
speed map to carve across looking for the early lead. Can pinch this.
Fast CaR dRiVing (7) is back to his best and drawn to get a cart
across, quinella chance. oFF the leash (3) and loVe you MoRe (2)
both have the pace to show up on the inside.
R5
8 786 MagiC MaRina 24.05 R Walters
9 277 BlaCkline Miss (r) NBT D Fyvie
TIPS: PENalTy BoX 6, aldo Keeping 3,
Gundal Madonna 1, Grand Gift 2.
4 Maiden heat
21
34
515m 7.48
1
1 PoP?s PaRadise FSH D Flanagan 2.5
2 238 loRd nolen FSTD
R Murphy 26
3 574 sheZ good BRo NBT M Davidson 17
4 647 heaRt aFFaiR FSTD J lewis
51
5
1 eleCtRa 30.45Q
D McGeachie 9
*1.8
6 127 loChinVaR dynaMo FSH R Smith
7 758 FantastiC Boyd NBT D Browne 34
8 253 toRnado twist NBT SCRaTCHED ?
51
9 617 soVeReign sPRite (r) FSTD N lyford
TIPS: loCHINVaR DyNaMo 6,
Pop?s Paradise 1, Electra 5, Shez Good Bro 3.
5 grade 5
1 736
2 668
3 767
4 842
400m 8.09
Miss laRRa 23.14
PRoud RaCeR 23.36
aggRaVate NBT
howaRd?s odyssey 23.31
G
P
M
a
Dunphy
4
Roderick 17
lill
6
Ramage *3.8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
duke?s ladbrokes Previews
R 5283
R 1432
R 352F
R 1485
R 4251
R 1111
R 3647
R 3272
Boil and BuBBle
CawBouRne Madox
nangaR kash
lauRie?s stiCka
My BRo ConnoR
oMBRe Rose
lila Bale
sound adViCe
520m 8.50
30.13
29.99
29.78
30.1 1
29.77
30.30
NBT
30.03
D Wilson
J lord
M Hardman
S Ma
S Sultana
G McKinley
S Rhodes
C Proctor
15.00
8.00
5.00
12.00
5.00
4.00
12.00
*3.50
TIPS: oMBRE RoSE 6, Sound advice 8, Nangar Kash 3,
My Bro Connor 5.
thedogs.com.au says: oMBRe Rose (6) is a speedy front runner who
lacks the class of some of these on the clock but is going for 5 on the
bounce and looks a certain leader on the map with her 5.36 1st section.
Can pinch another win. sound adViCe (8) is well drawn to rush down
the outside into a top 2 spot, chance. nangaR kash (3) has strength
on his side, each way.
5 573 suBZeRo Queen 22.97 K Smith
6
6 1 1 7 gaMBeth 23.75
R White
26
7 133 Miss whaCkeR 23.10 l Hutton
5
6
8 483 desPiCaBle Fiona 23.42 R Smith
TIPS: MISS laRRa 1, Howard?s odyssey 4,
Subzero Queen 5, aggravate 3.
6 Mixed 4/5
515m 8.32
1 133 illusiVe lexi FSTD M Mabbott
2 363 BRaeMan 29.91
G Kedwell
3 477 elle nette lee NBT D Smith
4 566 CaRinkaBah NBT
F Sanotti
5 364 BRuno ZaRR 29.80
R lacava
6 221 sRixon 29.78
M Beagan
7 423 ZiPPing Buddy NBT R Smith
8 873 RoCkstaR Roy 30.18 J Porter
TIPS: ZIPPING BuDDy 7, Bruno Zarr 5,
Illusive lexi 1, Srixon 6.
7 Mixed 4/5
wP on Facebook stakes
520m
9.13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 4231
R 1775
R 5446
R 1111
R 1 1 36
R 6473
R 6821
R 2341
ZiPPing FalCon
BlaCk neVada
BlaZin? FletCh
MetalliC Flash
stilton stitCh
eleanoR RasCal
shoCked
Caitlyn keePing
29.60
29.92
30.1 1
29.96
29.88
30.29
29.96
29.94
J Magri
G Case
J Eaton
P Braddon
B King
S Swain
R Goodwin
C Roberts
*1.80
33.00
33.00
4.00
10.00
33.00
8.00
6.00
TIPS: ZIPPING FalCoN 1, Caitlyn Keeping 8, Metallic Flash 4,
Stilton Stitch 5.
thedogs.com.au says: ZiPPing FalCon (1) Fastest dog with a 29.60
win here who has mixed it with higher class. Super powerful winner last
start in 29.96 and is drawn to get the perfect sit behind the speed
leader. one out in the Quaddie. Caitlyn keePing (8) Drawn to get the
fly with her zip and will give cheek. MetalliC Flash (4) won his past
5 with mid race speed.
R7
ted?s lounge at wP
520m 9.35
$8920 Free For all
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 1 1 47
R 3231
R 1413
R 2354
R
R 2212
R 1215
R 2326
Rita?s Boy
dual keRoMa
nangaR BlaZe
BuCk?s FutuRe
VaCant Box
Blue Moon Rising
Modus oPeRandi
dRink sChooneRs
29.82
29.65
29.85
29.94
M
S
M
S
Gatt
Pitstock
Hardman
Swain
7.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
29.58 J Finn
29.85 R Tyler
29.82 M Sultana
6.00
5.00
*3.00
TIPS: DRINK SCHooNERS 8, Nangar Blaze 3, Modus operandi 7,
Blue Moon Rising 6.
thedogs.com.au says: dRink sChooneRs (8) High speed dog when
he hits the ground who will explode down the outside and look to get
the fly with limited early pace on the map. Can bounce back into the
winners circle. nangaR BlaZe (3) Flying in the back half of the year
with speed and strength. Modus oPeRandi (7) Xmas Gift winner with
a live chance to carve across.
R8
ladbrokes Monthly Medal 520m 9.57
$12,320 Grade 4 Final
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 3132
R 61 1 3
R 4741
R 331 1
R 121 1
R 1222
R 1622
R 31 1 3
R 6473
R 1534
Midnight joyCe
giZZa MalaRkey
RosteRed on
estheR?s Bella
Bugatti ChiRon
Finale
hello RoBBo
MotoR City geM
eleanoR RasCal (r)
dynaMo?s douBle (r)
30.00
30.00
29.78
30.20
30.02
29.74
30.14
29.94
30.29
29.99
M Swift
G Borg
C Carl
P Mattress
J Davis
J Fletcher
E Robertson
S Sultana
S Swain
B Wood
*3.50
6.00
4.00
15.00
12.00
*3.50
15.00
12.00
33.00
10.00
TIPS: HEllo RoBBo 7, Gizza Malarkey 2, Midnight Joyce 1,
Rostered on 3.
thedogs.com.au says: Competitive race. Found a roughie here with
hello RoBBo (7) looking to ping the lids and fly across the face of
the field at massive odds. Great roughie to start the new year. giZZa
MalaRkey (2) is drawn to get all the favours, value chance. Midnight
joyCe (1) is a strong railer with each way claims. RosteRed on (3)
was the fastest heat winner.
R9
thedogs.com.au stakes
520m 10.20
$7380 Grade 5
$8160 Mixed 4/5
huRRiCane osCaR
Rose oF dioRe
toBy?s Mate
Miss PoweR
el gRand laRson
aRMa RaPida
FiRst ReFusal
RelethoR Bale
515m 7.00
P4
R 3513
R 5334
R 5656
R 4145
R F414
R 6578
R 1 1 45
R 3252
$8920 Mixed 3/4
TIPS: HaRDaWay HaRaDa 1, Cosmic Blend 8, Banjo Shark 5,
Zipping Merlow 4.
thedogs.com.au says: haRdaway haRada (1) took control early to
record 22.60 BON figures at Richmond on Dec 26. Hard to go past.
CosMiC Blend (8) returned to her brilliant best to record a nippy
22.32 BoN win here on Sat. Will press the favourite t/out from ideal
box. Banjo shaRk (5) disappointed here Sat at $1.40 but is next.
ZiPPing MeRlow (4) is multi fodder.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Bx
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
$7380 Grade 5
TIPS: BIG aRTIE BaNNER 5, lavish Pedro 8, Rose?s Black 4,
Bear The Storm 1.
thedogs.com.au says: Big aRtie BanneR (5) was dominant in mdn
here Dec 15. lost no admirers with gutsy second to Bailey?s Banjo here
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runaway win here last Sat. Drawn to effect. Rose?s BlaCk (4) trialled
slow time Dapto 297m Dec 27 but can?t knock. BeaR the stoRM (1)
showed glimpse of form last Sat.
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HOT SH TS
PHIL HILLYARD?S passion shines
through in every image he takes. Hillyard
loves the history of his craft, whether it?s
helping Steve Smith emulate Don
Bradman, or taking Isaac Heeney back in
time to the early 20th Century. Like the
stars he shoots, Hillyard is also a
big-game performer, from the AFL
grand final to an NRL blockbuster.
BLAST FROM THE PAST: Swans star Isaac Heeney in commemorative
jumper with replica flag and cup from the club?s premiership in 1918.
ROARING EAGLE: Josh Kennedy can?t contain himself after West
Coast?s nailbiting grand final win over Collingwood.
SPOTLIGHT ON A CHAMPION: Melbourne Storm captain
Cameron Smith poses at the NRL?s season launch in Sydney.
HUMP DAY: Swans players Luke Parker, Dane Rampe, Callum Mills, Isaac Heeney, Josh
Kennedy and coach John Longmire take in a camel safari in Qatar.
Maui mishap but Leishman five under with Day a shot behind
EVIN PRIEST
MARC Leishman took a scorecard hit
but remained in the mix after day one
at the $US7 million Tournament of
Champions in Hawaii.
Leishman signed for a five-underpar 68 at Kapalua?s Plantation course
on Maui, two shots behind round-one
leader Kevin Tway.
Tway, son of eight-time PGA Tour
winner and major champion Bob, fired
a bogey-free round of seven-under 66
to sit atop the leaderboard at the first
US PGA Tour event of the year. He
leads big-hitting Gary Woodland, Justin Thomas and Dustin Johnson by one
shot, with Leishman in fifth spot.
Leishman came within a shot of
Tway after 16 holes but racked up a
double-bogey at the par-four 17th.
Moments after giving one of the first
on-course interviews the US PGA Tour
is trialling with broadcast partners,
Leishman blocked his tee-shot into
trees. Then he barely advanced his second shot out and, despite a strong third
shot, failed to hole his bogey.
However the four-time PGA Tour
winner bounced back with a birdie at
the 664-yard par-five 18th to remain in
contention.
The 35-year-old said the on-course
interview had no influence on him.
?No, the interview was on the 16th
green and I?m certainly not blaming my
tee-shot on that,? Leishman said.
Earlier, Leishman?s US playing partner Patton Kizzire fired a stunning
hole-in-one at the 187-yard eighth.
It was the pick of a series of highlights from their group and came after
Leishman produced a sensational second shot from 190 yards at the par-five
fifth to tap in for an eagle.
Leishman?s fellow Australian Jason
Day was a shot back at four under in a
six-way tie for sixth with Andrew Putnam, Andrew Landry, Bryson DeChambeau, Kizzire and four-time
major winner Rory McIlroy. Young
gun Jon Rahm was a shot further back.
The Tournament of Champions is
for winners on the 2018 PGA Tour and
his week?s 34-player field includes eight
of the world?s top 10-ranked players.
Australia?s Marc Leishman.
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STRIKE A POSE:
Former Australian
captain Steve Smith
at the Sydney
Cricket Ground.
LITTLE URN, BIG SMILE: Smith with the Ashes trophy after Australia
completed a comprehensive 4-0 Ashes series triumph at the SCG.
IN OVER HIS HEAD: Dragons winger Jason Nightingale lands awkwardly
after scoring a try against the Broncos at UOW Jubilee Stadium.
RUNNING ON AIR: Australian 400m champion Anneliese Rubie prepares
for the Commonwealth Games.
Eggins to fly at wingless sprintcar titles
HARDEN SINKS WARRIORS
JAMES Harden hit a contested threepointer with 2.7 seconds left in overtime
and finished with a second triple-double of
the week and fifth straight 40-point game,
rallying Houston Rockets past Golden
State Warriors 135-134 in a thriller between
Western Conference powers yesterday for
their sixth straight victory.
Kevin Durant?s three-pointer missed as
the buzzer sounded in one of the best games
this season. Steph Curry put the Warriors
ahead with 23.1sec left in OT on the way to
35 points ? a basket that shouldn?t have
counted because Durant was clearly out of
bounds when he flung the ball back in.
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Golden State's Kevin Durant battles
Houston's James Harden.
EXPERIENCED North Coast
driver David Eggins is one of
more than 50 entries for tonight?s
NSW Wingless Sprintcar Championships at Valvoline Raceway.
Featuring
drivers
from
throughout NSW and interstate,
it represents one of the strongest
fields assembled in the past few
seasons.
Eggins, 49, has years of experience driving wingless sprintcars.
The Lismore speed demon has
proved in the past he is equal to
the task, can match it at state-title
level and is in good form following
strong performances this season
at his home Lismore Speedway.
?The opposition will be tough,
that?s for sure, and the Parramatta
track is bigger than Lismore, but I
am looking forward to the challenge,? Eggins said.
Sydney star Dean Thomas is
the hot favourite after having already shown very impressive
main-event winning form at Valvoline Raceway this season.
The state championship continues the Christmas-New Year
racing carnival at the circuit, while
this evening?s fixture also will feature the appearance of Monster
Trucks and a demolition derby.
Two Monster Trucks will go
through their car-crunching repertoire during the break between
races. A good field also will contest the demolition derby, in
which the last car running wins.
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ALEX IN
BEST NICK
TO PUSH
FOR SLAM
JAMIE PANDARAM
ALEX De Minaur has surpassed
Nick Kyrgios as Australia?s great
hope because Kyrgios ?takes things
easier?, legend Ken Rosewall has
declared.
Rosewall praised de Minaur?s
tenacity, a trait that has often been
lacking throughout Kyrgios? career.
Rosewall said world No.31 de
Minaur, who is now ranked ahead
of Kyrgios (No.35), is the man to
carry Australia?s flag for grand
slam hopes.
?Alex, he?s got a different approach to the game (than Nick).
He?s very competitive, he likes to
play well every time he plays,?
Rosewall said.
?The moment he steps on to the
court, he?s 100 per cent, whereas
Nick seems to have got into the
habit where he takes things a little
bit easier.
?He said himself where he
hasn?t been practising and I think
that will show later if he gets involved in any long matches.
?If he plays in Melbourne and
you get weather like this, best of
five sets, even though you might
get a day?s rest in between matches,
I think it?s going to affect him.
?He?s not going to be playing
strongly enough towards the end of
the match.
?So, from an Australian point of
view, you?re looking at Alex to do
better than anybody else.?
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Ajla Tomljanovic.
Ajla fights
but falls
just short
RIKKI-LEE ARNOLD
bane International this week,
Kyrgios will be unseeded at the
Australian Open.
?Nick?s going to be a dangerous
floater,? Rosewall said. ?The worst
thing that can happen is if he draws
one of the top seeded players in the
first round.
?That?s a distinct possibility and
that would be bad for him.
?I mean, everyone would like to
support Nick more, I think, because people enjoy watching
him play with his ability.
?Just sometimes when he
doesn?t give it 100 per cent effort,
he upsets a lot of his fans.?
Kyrgios said last week he was
sick of the travel involved in
professional tennis and even
quipped: ?If I was going to win
the Aus Open or something I
probably wouldn?t play for the
rest of the year.?
Rosewall said planning his
schedule would be key for Kyrgios.
?If you?re a tennis player, you?re
like our golfers. A lot of our best
golfers live in America, they?ve got
to be away from where they grew
up, and the same with the tennis,?
Rosewall said.
?A lot of tennis players have
chosen to live in America.
?I never did, even in the earlier
days. I was away from my family a
lot and when I got tired I pulled out
of the tour for two weeks and just
had a rest.
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ttle bit.
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little
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CROAT THE BIG IMPROVER
Open wildcard is her Destanee
AN older and wiser Destanee
Aiava hopes to parlay an Australian Open wildcard into a
breakout grand slam run this
month.
The talented teenager has
been rewarded for her stirring
first-round showing at Melbourne Park last year, when
she almost snatched the opening set off Simona Halep on
her centre-court debut before
falling 7-6 (7-5) 6-1 to the world
No.1.
?I really enjoyed that ? the
first time playing on Rod
Laver,? Aiava said.
?She was just too good on
the day but I learnt a lot from
that match and it?s pushed me
this whole year to be better.
?I?ve improved a lot from
that match and probably the
focus is to just improve more
and maybe win a couple of
rounds because I know that?s
where I am at the moment and
I?m capable of it.?
In 2017, at just 16, Aiava became the first player born this
century to play a grand slam
singles match.
Australian Open organisers
also granted wildcards to Ellen
Perez and Zoe Hives after
breakthrough 2018 seasons.
Perez, a Wollongong lefthander, slashed more than 150
spots from her ranking to end
the year at No.177, while Victorian Hives jumped from
world No.378 to 220.
AN extraordinary second set
comeback could not save Ajla
Tomljanovic?s
Brisbane
International campaign last
night, as the Australian lost a
semi-final berth to fifth seed
Karolina Pliskova.
In a bizarre seesawing affair
on Pat Rafter Arena, Tomljanovic ? the last Australian in the
women?s singles draw ? fell to
a 1-6, 6-1, 1-6 defeat, bringing to
an end her impressive run to
start the 2019 season.
Tomljanovic headed into
the clash as the underdog but
even she was left gobsmacked
as world No. 8 Pliskova
claimed the first set 6-1.
She still showed glimpses of
her potential in the opening set
yet struggled against Pliskova?s
powerful serve, after the hardhitting Czech fired eight aces
to none.
Despite the one-sided start
to the match, Tomljanovic
showed great composure to
come back in the second set,
rocking Pliskova with her own
power game.
But in yet another strange
twist of events, Pliskova ? the
2017 Brisbane champion ? let
her experience and class shine
through to dominate in the
deciding set, with Tomljanovic unable to maintain her
momentum.
Pliskova now advances to a
semi-final showdown with
Croatia?s Donna Vekic tonight,
after Vekic knocked out Aliaksandra Sasnovich 6-2, 6-0.
Tomljanovic however has
plenty to be proud of after her
Brisbane International campaign, which saw her overcome
higher-ranked
opponents in Katerina Siniakova and Johanna Konta to
reach the quarter-finals.
The 25-year-old, currently at
No.46 in
t h e
world, is
predicted to
climb one place
in the rankings.
Donna Vekic lost two games.
WORLD No. 34 Donna Vekic
has steamrolled 2018 runnerup Aliaksandra Sasnovich to
reach the Brisbane International semi-finals.
The 22-year-old Croatian
won 6-2 6-0 at Pat Rafter
Arena, accounting for top seed
Elina Svitolina?s second-round
conqueror in less than an hour.
Vekic started strongly, taking a 4-0 lead in the opening
set and lost just two points on
return to take the second set in
26 minutes.
Belarusian Sasnovich, who
beat world No. 4 Svitolina in
three sets two days ago, did not
win a point on her first serve in
the second set.
?I think today was probably
one of the most perfect matches I?ve ever played in my career,? said Vekic, who will meet
either Ajla Tomljanovic, the
sole remaining Australian, or
fifth seed Karolina Pliskova?s
for a place in the decider.
Vekic bowed out last year in
the first round.
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Ready to raise the roof
Roger
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and
Rafael
Nadal have
snubbed
Sydney.
$50.5m upgrade
to net big hitters
VENUE UPGRADE: THE FACTS
JAMIE PANDARAM
IT?S the roof set to deliver Rafa
and Roger.
A $50.5 million upgrade to the
Ken Rosewall Arena that includes
a canopy roof to hold out heat and
rain is set to revamp the Australian summer schedule and land
Sydney the biggest male players
from next year.
The Rosewall Arena has been in
dire need of a roof and the NSW
Government has delivered, with
work to begin immediately after
the Sydney International that
finishes on Saturday week.
That means Sydney will be in
prime position to win its bid for the
ATP Cup next January, which
could lure big-name male stars who
have snubbed Sydney for years because its tournament is too close to
the Australian Open.
If Sydney wins the WTA Cup
bid and gets an earlier slot, Brisbane or Perth would have to take a
ю A $50.5 million revamp of Ken Rosewall Arena
will include a canopy roof
ю Work to start after Sydney International finishes
on Jan 12. Roof to be in place by Nov 2019
ю Upgrade includes 10,000 seats and new timber
sprung floor for netball games featuring Sydney
Swifts and GWS Giants and potential international
tournaments
ю Two-stage redevelopment of facility, with player
rooms, media boxes and fan zones, is scheduled to
be completed by 2021
later date and possibly lose their
ability to lure top 10 men.
Tennis NSW chief executive
Lawrence Robertson told The Saturday Telegraph the redevelopment of the Rosewall Arena is set
to be a game-changer for the
Sydney tennis landscape.
?If Sydney was successful in securing the ATP Cup, then the summer of tennis as it stands will look
different,? Robertson said.
?All we?re wanting to achieve
across the whole of Australia is
more tennis and more of the
world?s best players.
?Putting a roof over this venue
Ken Rosewall meets netball star Caitlin
Bassett at the upgrade announcement.
allows us to be in the very best position to do that.
?It could be the ATP Cup, it
could be a bigger, improved Sydney
International ? we?ve got to wait
to see how things play with the process that?s going through at the moment, but we?re very close to
making an announcement.
?It?s exciting times in particular
for Sydney tennis fans.?
Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer
and Novak Djokovic have rejected
the Sydney International for several years because of the intense
heat and schedule so close to the
Australian Open.
?If they play in Perth, there?s a
roof there, in Brisbane there?s a
roof, in Melbourne there?s a roof ...
so first things first, we?re going to
put a roof over Ken Rosewall
Arena,? Robertson said.
?That allows us to have those
conversations with the players now
to say ?Your preparation is going to
be very close to what you?ll
experience in Melbourne?.
?Those player facilities are the
first thing ? where we are on the
calendar is the challenge as well.
Obviously Brisbane and Perth just
being that extra week ahead of
Melbourne gives them a little bit of
an edge, but now we have the facilities that are comparable to those
cities allows us to ask the question
of Tennis Australia, ?Where are we
in the calendar and how can we ensure we bring the likes of Nadal,
Roger, Andy (Murray), Novak, Dominic (Thiem), Sascha (Alexander
Zverev), the next generation???
NSW Sports Minister Stuart
Ayres said the government?s expenditure, which also included a
timber floor at the arena to host
major netball tournaments and
both the NSW Swifts and Giants,
was a strategic investment to create
tourism and jobs.
?We want to make Ken Rosewall an all-weather arena ? it just
hasn?t been,? Ayres said.
?This is really looking at new options before the Aus Open ? we
know we?ve got to have better facilities to have the best possible players.
?There?s no better place to do
the lead-in to the Australian Open
than in Sydney.?
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SOCCEROOS FACE
A DESERT STORM
Middle East results haven?t been good and Australia are prime
targets as rivals take aim at title-holders, writes Emma Kemp
THERE?LL be no home advantage,
just a series of steep challenges and
potential banana skins in a region
Australia has historically not
dominated.
The 17th Asian Cup looms as the
Socceroos? first major tournament in
more than a decade without stalwarts Tim Cahill and Mile Jedinak.
It will also, quite literally, be the
biggest in its 62-year history, expanded to 24 teams from the 16 that
battled it out Down Under in 2015.
Continental newbies Kyrgyzstan,
the Philippines, Yemen and Vietnam
are among the eight additions that
ensure a new round of 16 and
lengthier path to the trophy.
Fifty-one games will be played
over 28 days in eight different venues across four host cities ? Abu
Dhabi, Dubai, Al Ain and Sharjah ?
starting with host nation United
Arab Emirates against Bahrain in
the capital tomorrow (3am AEDT).
Days out from the tournament,
though, crowd expectations remain
a veritable unknown. In Australia
the punters defied expectations and
came in droves, though there?s no
guarantee of a repeat.
The Emiratis, who made the
final last time they played host in
1996, have demonstrated via last
month?s Club World Cup that a
local love for the game can be
stirred if there is success.
Al Ain?s stunning run past River
Plate to the final against Real Madrid could not have come at a better
time, though there?s no denying the
Spanish giants? star power would
have contributed, and the absence
of injured UAE standout Omar Abdulrahman from this tournament
will not help.
The biggest name hands down is
Tottenham?s Son Heung-min, who?ll
take leave from the Premier League
in time to link up with highly fancied
South Korea for their third group
game against China, who are stuttering under decorated Italian manager Marcello Lippi. And a sporting
event in Asia would not be complete
without a geopolitical rivalry.
The highlight of this instalment resides in Group E, where Saudi Arabia
will face neighbours Qatar, with
whom they severed diplomatic ties 18
AUSTRALIA?S
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AUSTRALIA
JORDAN
PALESTINE
SYRIA
World ranking: 41
Coach: Graham Arnold
Star player: Tom Rogic
Previous appearances: Three
Best finish: Winners - 2015
Last appearance: Winners - 2015
Having gone through three coaches within
a year, things are feeling positive but still
very new for the defending champs under
Arnold. Hope is very much on youth, along
with the remnants of experience left following the retirements of Tim Cahill and
Mile Jedinak plus some key injuries. Certainly fancied but not favourites, though
they should top the group. In their three
Asian Cups, they?ve made the quarters,
finished runners-up and won.
World ranking: 109
Coach: Vital Borkelmans
Star player: Musa Al-Taamari
Previous appearances: Three
Best finish: Quarter-finals - 2004, 2011
Last appearance: Group stage - 2015
Despite Jordan?s two quarter-final runs
in three appearances, Australia will fancy
their chances against a nation 68 FIFA
rankings places adrift and a lowly 19th in
Asia. But the Socceroos? record against
them is hit and miss. Over the last two
World Cup cycles they?ve twice lost away
and twice won big at home. Borkelmans?
decision to axe star striker Hamza Al
Dardour is was surprising, but 21-year-old
Al-Taamari leads some attacking quality.
World ranking: 99
Coach: Noureddine Ould Ali
Star player: Jonathan Cantillana
Previous appearances: One
Best finish: Group stage - 2015
Last appearance: Group stage - 2015
Have overcome much adversity to get
this far. But they have utilised diaspora
players, many from South America, and
undergone marked improvement since
coming last in their 2015 group after three
losses, including a 5-1 thrashing by Jordan.
Cantillana is a reliable scorer while Yashir
Islame played for Chile at youth level before switching allegiance. And watch out
for exciting young Egypt-based Al-Masry
striker Mahmoud ?The Tower? Wadi.
World ranking: 74
Coach: Bernd Stange
Star player: Omar Al Somah
Previous appearances: Five
Best finish: Group stage - 1980, 1984,
1988, 1996, 2011
Last appearance: Group stage - 2011
Surprised everyone by taking their World
Cup campaign all the way to the play-offs
against Australia. Had Al Somah?s lastgasp free-kick in the second leg snuck in
instead of hitting the post the Socceroos
wouldn?t have made it to Russia. Syria?s
quality is now a known entity and expectation has risen under former Perth Glory
coach Bernd Stange. This is their chance
for revenge over the Socceroos.
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but denied ? support of terrorism.
For their own part, controversial
World Cup hosts Qatar will just be
hoping they can offer signs they
won?t be embarrassed come 2022.
Then there are the fairytale-seekers like 2007 winners Iraq, Yemen,
and Socceroos group foes Syria and
Palestine, all nations bearing the
hardships of regional turmoil.
Reigning champs Australia are
without doubt the hunted, in a part
of the world they?ve struggled in recent decades and without post-
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CHINA
If China are to reach the
latter stages, they will
need Wu to fire. The
forward hit 27 goals in 29
games to top the scoring
in the Chinese Super
League. But with little
supprt, Wu has been
nowhere near as prolific
for his country (13 goals
in 59 games). Linked
with a move to EPL side
Wolves.
UAE
The prolific striker?s five
goals saw him bag the
top scorer award at the
last Asian Cup as the UAE
reached the semis. The
2015 Asian Player of the
Year, who plays for Al
Jazira in Abu Dhabi, has
a phenomenal strike rate
- 44 goals for his country
in 65 games. He will have
the extra burden of carrying home hopes.
JAPAN
As coach Hajime
Moriyasu puts his faith
in Japan?s youngsters,
captain Yoshida?s experience will be crucial. The
Southampton centreback was part of Japan?s
2011 Asian Cup winning
side. A no-nonsense
defender with 89 caps,
he played a key role as
Japan reached the last 16
of the 2018 World Cup.
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World Cup retirees Cahill and Jedinak.
?Obviously Timmy and Mile captaining the team for so long, and
having such a heavy influence on it,
you do miss those players around,?
said new skipper Mark Milligan.
?We?ve had to have other people
step up into those roles and fill the
leadership gap that?s been left which
is obviously massive, but the majority of players have taken that on and
stepped up.?
On paper, Group B is very
straightforward but the Socceroos
have learnt the hard way there?s no
such thing as an easy ride. Syria, the
feel-good story of the World Cup
qualifiers, pushed Ange Postecoglou?s side all the way in the 2018
play-offs and loom large.
Palestine will present a sterner
test four years on from their maiden
Asian Cup appearance in 2015, and
first-up opponents Jordan have
twice beaten Australia in the Middle
East despite sliding down the rankings. Further down the track the
heavier favourites appear in Paulo
Bento?s attack-happy South Korea,
who the Socceroos dramatically beat
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Arabia. And, should the Socceroos
top the group, they?ll find themselves
on a quarter-final collision course
with Japan.
Carlos Queiroz?s defensively impregnable Iran, Asia?s top-ranked
team at world No. 29, potentially
await in the semis.
Whoever the Socceroos meet,
new coach Graham Arnold has consigned the epic 2015 win to history.
Giannou confident he?s finally heading in the right
EMMA KEMP
Apostolos Giannou.
APOSTOLOS Giannou is the
Socceroos? Asian Cup Plan C,
and Martin Boyle?s replacement is taking it in his stride ?
even if it?s been an ordeal to
get there.
Disappointed not to have
been initially selected, the
Cyprus-based striker got ?the
perfect start to the year? when
he woke up on New Year?s Day
to a missed call from coach
Graham Arnold after Boyle
sustained a tournament-ending knee injury against Oman.
Given Australia open their
Cup defence tomorrow, the 28year-old was rushed into camp
and touched down in Dubai at
1am Thursday morning.
However things didn?t go
quite to plan when the car that
was supposed to drive him to
the team hotel in neighbouring
city Al Ain instead set out in
the other direction.
?They took me to a different
hotel, they drove me to Abu
Dhabi two hours, dropped me
off at the wrong hotel, and
then I had to drive two hours
back here,? Giannou said.
?So I arrived at like 6am,
had a couple of hours? sleep
then training.?
Giannou, who was born in
Greece but pledged his al-
legiance to Australia in 2016,
was selected ahead of in-form
Adelaide United winger Craig
Goodwin and overlooked incumbent striker Tomi Juric.
And while he?s not necessarily a like-for-like replacement for a winger, he offered
the team ?something completely different?, Arnold said.
?If we need to play long, if
we need to play more direct, if
we need a Plan C in the last
five minutes of a game,?
Arnold said.
?If I need to go maybe to a
4-4-2 and play with two strikers and need to get width,
we?ve got Mabil and Kruse and
Ikonomidis who can still play
high and wide.
?And if in the last 10 minutes of a game, the weakness of
the opposition is getting balls
in the box, then we can play
the wingers high and wide and
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his magic
EMMA KEMP
AL AIN
Tom Rogic is one player coach
Graham Arnold will be relying
on to provide stability during
the Socceroos? Asian Cup
defence. Picture: Getty Images
?If you look at the last four
years and the World Cup qualifiers, we finished probably fifth-best
in Asia and qualified in fifth place
more or less, played off against Syria
and Honduras,? Arnold said.
?I just see it?s totally different.
Different group of players. Different
staff. Everything?s different.
?You can?t compare it, and there?s
a lot of fresh faces who are doing
great things.?
That is true, and training form
certainly suggests Arnold is on to a
good thing with his new order and
flexible
philosophy.
But there?s no denying
the injury-inflicted absences of
Aaron Mooy, Daniel Arzani and
Martin Boyle are significant blows.
Not to mention the absence of
Mat Leckie during the group stage,
although the hamstrung forward
looks likely to be remain in camp to
provide impact later in the tournament as part of a rejigged attack.
Even then the squad remains
strong, and there?s X-factor potential
in youngsters like Chris Ikonomidis
and Awer
Mabil, with more
established faces ? including Jackson Irvine, Massimo Luongo and Tom Rogic well
primed.
Still, if Australia go all the way
under current circumstances, it?ll be
something of a miracle.
Good thing Arnie believes in them.
direction with Roos
TOM Rogic belted
a ball into the back
of the net with such
force the sound echoed
around the Socceroos?
Asian Cup training ground.
?F ? ing Wizard of Oz,? the
watching Graham Arnold bellowed.
And with that, the coach declared Rogic a key contender to
win player of the tournament.
?I expect Tommy to be nearly
player of the series,? Arnold said
later. ?You saw him today, he?s in
great shape. Make Tommy happy,
make him smile, miracles will
happen.
?Because he is a backyard footballer. To say that, to call him that,
he?s an indoor footballer who?s
gone into top footballer and he?s
doing great at Celtic.?
There?s a reason Rogic has
been something of a puppet pulled
between a club and a country both
eager to get as much of their star
playmaker as possible.
For the 26-year-old is the most
unusual of playmakers, a gangly
but graceful presence seemingly
too tall for his mazy dribbling
runs, and with a penchant for
powerful shots that knock the
socks off anyone in their path.
Arnold remembers first seeing
Rogic play about eight years ago
when he signed him to the Central
Coast Mariners.
The then teenage Canberra
futsal star had already become one of eight
worldwide wannabes
chosen for a stint at
the elite Nike Academy, and Arnold
saw a raw talent
ready for development.
VAR from clear why just the last eight
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deliver ? it gives us a different
game plan as well.
?He?s fit, he knows how to
press, he?s a penalty box-type
nine. He gives us something
totally different to what we?ve
got here.?
Giannou was part of Arnold?s first camp in Turkey in
September and scored against
Kuwait in the following
month?s friendly.
He felt comfortable he was
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well-versed on the attacking
principles of the new nationalteam era and his role when
called upon.
?I?m just happy to be here,?
Giannou said.
?It?s not easy (for a coach) to
make decisions ? it?s the perfect start to the year, pretty
much. I?ll be ready whenever
he needs me ? Plan A, B or C. I
just try to train hard and work
hard and take it from there.?
?Ronny Smith put him forward
through to me from Canberra,?
Arnold said.
?When I had him he was growing into his body.
?He was this tall skinny guy
and a little bit uncoordinated.
?But he?s a beast now, he?s a big
boy. You look at the size of him
and how quick his feet are, and his
skill factor is incredible.
?Tommy?s a player who just
plays what he feels. He?s unpredictable. There?s not many talents
that have come through Australia
with that type of technique and
skill as Tommy.
?He?s a joy to coach.?
Rogic is a joy to watch too,
especially when he?s on.
There?s sometimes a sense he?s
but scratched the surface of his
Socceroos potential, but the reunion with his first professional
coach might yet draw more out of
a player whose style suits Arnold?s
free-flowing set-up to a tee.
?He was my first manager in
professional football and I certainly learnt a lot from him,?
Rogic said in October.
?Fast-forward six years and it is
safe to say he has learnt a lot and
become a better manager, and
along the way I feel like I have become a better player as well.
?In my role on the pitch there?s
always a certain element of freedom but there?s just a little more
emphasis placed upon that.?
Now settled in Socceroos camp
in the United Arab Emirates,
Rogic is banging them in for fun
on the training pitch.
With injuries to other experienced attacking personnel, there?s
a sense this might be his moment
to shine.
And Arnold is backing him to
contest for player of the tournament four years after teammate
Massimo Luongo took out the
2015 honour.
?When you give him freedom
and confidence and belief, get him
smiling and make him happy, he?s
gonna be great,? Arnold said.
Andrew Nabbout.
THE video assistant referee
shapes as an unpredictable Asian
Cup wildcard - but only from the
quarter-finals onwards.
As announced in November,
the controversial technology
being rolled out globally will
make its Asian Cup debut in the
United Arab Emirates.
Somewhat strangely, though,
it won?t feature in the group
stage nor the round of 16.
?Asian refereeing is determined to embrace technology for
the good of the game,? AFC director of referees Shamsul Maidin
said. ?Our focus at the moment is
to guarantee that the VAR system
functions seamlessly ? we are
committed to achieving the best
result with the least interference.?
The VAR was deemed a raging success at the World Cup,
but its application has drawn
criticism in some leagues, including the A-League.
The fact that it won?t be used
in the first part of the tournament has the potential for
inconsistency.
Socceroos forward Andrew
Nabbout has no qualms with its
use if it gets decisions right.
?That?s the AFC?s decision,?
Nabbout said. ?I?ve experienced
the VAR in the A-League obviously last year, and as much as
people say about it, it can help
the game in a really good way if
it?s used correctly.?
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Brosque grabs treble as Sky Blues hit A-League summit Huge FA
Cup test
for Willo
Alex Brosq
Brosque
que celebrates
scoring in Sydney
y FC
FC?ss 5-2
win over Central Coast last
night
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( nset) Kalifa Cisse.
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JON RITSON
A BIG HIGH FIVE
TOM SMITHIES
JUBILEE STADIUM
SYDNEY coach Steve Corica?s plans to rest Alex Brosque might have to wait, for
the Sky Blues? old dog is
clearly still very much in the
mood to learn new tricks.
At 35, Brosque nailed the
first A-League hattrick of his
career to cap a frenetic night
for the Sky Blues at Jubilee
Stadium, defeating the Mariners 5-2 and climbing to the
top of the league.
A fixture of high entertainment included the stonecold-bottom Mariners daring
to take the lead, a preposterous red card for their defender
Kalifa Cisse and a masterclass
in finishing from Brosque.
?It was a very good performance in the second half,
very dominant,? said Sydney
boss Steve Corica. ?We were
a bit slow to start with but
once they went down to 10
men it was only going one
way. If anything we could
have had more.?
In the end Sydney simply
blew the Mariners away, creating a blizzard of chances in
the second half as the self-inflicted absence of Cisse left
the visitors horribly exposed.
It was irresponsible to
his team?s prospects after
they had started with enterprise and made Sydney look
sluggish.
His first yellow card on 22
minutes was crass, kicking
the ball away after being
penalised for handball, but
only three further minutes
had elapsed when he dived
in, two footed, on Siem de
Jong to earn a second yellow.
Though Mariners boss
Mike Mulvey complained
that a similar challenge by
Alex Wilkinson ? that he
dubbed a ?legbreaker? ? had
gone unpunished, Cisse?s
teammates had every right to
be furious with him, for it all
came just minutes after they
had stunned Jubilee Stadium
by taking the lead. It was a
fine goal too, though Sydney?s
defending was accommodating in the extreme as Connor
Pain picked up the ball on the
l wing and moved infield.
left
T winger exchanged passes
The
w
with
Matt Simon, brushed
a
aside
some anaemic tackles,
a
and
drove the ball past
A
Andrew
Redmayne.
With some comfort that
l
lead
was sustained until halft
time,
but then it all fell apart.
B
Brosque
began the comeback,
f
flicking
home de Jong?s low
c
cross
with style at the near post
in the 49th minute, and three
m
minutes
later Sydney were
ahead ? albeit controversially.
Jacob Melling?s slide tackle on Le Fondre was adjudged
a penalty by referee Jonathan
Barreiro and the VAR declined to intervene, despite
Melling appearing to make
Elrich backs the call
Klopp sees red as City open up title race
JURGEN Klopp claimed Vincent
Kompany should have been sent off
for his ugly foul on Mohamed Salah
as Liverpool?s title charge stopped in
a 2-1 loss to Manchester City
yesterday.
Reds boss Klopp was furious
that City captain Kompany escaped with only a yellow card from
referee Anthony Taylor following
his two-footed lunge on Salah in
the first half at the Etihad Stadium.
Egypt forward Salah was able to
play after the foul, but Klopp insist-
ed that was
just
luck bej
cause Kompany could
have ended
his season
with
the
w
challenge.
Klopp
(pictured)
said the decision not to dismiss
Kompany proved crucial as City
went on to snatch the points
thanks to Leroy Sane?s late winner
after Roberto Firmino had cancelled out Sergio Aguero?s opener.
?I really like Vincent Kompany
but how on earth is that not a red
card? He is last man and he goes
in,? Klopp said. ?If he hits Mo
more, he is out for the season.?
Unsurprisingly, Kompany disagreed with Klopp?s verdict and insisted he had made a fair tackle.
?I thought it was a great challenge, was it not? I got the ball, a little bit of the man but it wasn?t
naughty,? Kompany said.
clean contact with the ball.
Unfussed, Le Fondre drove
home his 10th of the season.
?I don?t know any exfootballer who would give
that as a penalty if they were
sitting in the VAR box,? said
Mulvey. ?I spoke to my player and he clearly got the ball.
?But the VAR backed (the
ref) up and that needs looking
at. That was only the second
goal and you could see our
heads go down after that.?
Then Brosque went to
town. His second came from
close range, after Ben Kennedy had saved the skipper?s
initial header, and his third
was a sublime lob on the run.
Matt Millar?s low cross
with 23 minutes left was
steered in by Aiden O?Neill
for 4-2 but Sydney needed
one more goal to go top and
Aaron Calver provided it late
on with a far-post volley.
IT was a case of so near yet so
far for Ryan Williams after
missing the final cut for the
Socceroos? Asian Cup squad.
Yet as Graham Arnold?s
men prepare for their tournament opener in the UAE, the
Rotherham United midfielder
will enjoy the consolation prize
of an FA Cup clash against the
champions of England.
The Millers visit Manchester City in the third round of
the FA Cup on Monday morning (AEDT) looking to pull off a
huge upset. Williams was part
of Arnold?s provisional/standby
squad for the UAE but was not
selected in the final 23.
It means the 25-year-old is
free to try to help Championship side Rotherham tackle a
City team full of confidence
after their massive 2-1 English
Premier League win over
Liverpool yesterday.
Perth-product
Williams,
who can play wide or in the
No. 10 role, was recently
praised by Rotherham boss
Paul Warne ? although player and boss agree Williams
needs to add goals to his game.
Warne is confident Williams can make the international step up, while the player is
also aiming high.
?I see myself playing higher,
for sure,? he told the Rotherham Advertiser.
He added that finally getting the Socceroos call-up
would be ?a special day.?
Williams is not the only
Australian in FA Cup action
this weekend although Asian
Cup duties mean goalkeeper
Mat Ryan will miss Brighton?s
clash with Bournemouth.
Callum
Elder
recently
moved to Ipswich Town on loan
from Leicester City, linking up
with young Aussie striker Ben
Folami at Portman Road. The
Championship cellar dwellers
have a tricky away tie to thirdtier Accrington Stanley.
James Meredith?s Millwall
will also be looking to advance
to the fourth round when they
take on a Hull City side lacking
another Asian Cup Socceroo in
Jackson Irvine. Mile Jedinak?s
Aston Villa entertain fellow
Championship side Swansea
City and Bailey Wright?s Bristol City will look to pull off a
shock against an Aaron Mooyless Huddersfield Town.
On the touchline, fourth-tier
Grimsby Town?s assistant manager, Aussie Anthony Limbrick,
will be hoping the Mariners can
upset EPL side Crystal Palace.
JON RITSON
Tarek Elrich.
TAREK Elrich is fuming at a
minority of Western Sydney
fans who have hurled vile
abuse at him during matches.
He also echoed Wanderers
chairman Paul Lederer?s call
for unity at the club.
The experienced Wanderers defender is adamant there
is a line that shouldn?t be
crossed when expressing anger
and frustration and he will not
be afraid to call it. The 32-yearold said abuse directed towards
him had been ?graphic? in
nature and made with his family in earshot.
He said it was not just a case
of frustrated fans telling him to
?lift his game?.
Wanderers will look to
bounce back from a 2-0 defeat
against Melbourne City on
New Year?s Day with a toughlooking assignment against
Melbourne Victory tonight.
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Red and Black blot
Irate fans at a loss to explain how Wanderers became a club in turmoil
TOM SMITHIES
DESPERATE times call for
desperate measures.
If it seems like hyperbole to
describe Wanderers chairman
Paul Lederer?s letter to his
members yesterday as desperate, it was certainly an extraordinary intervention amid
another season of turmoil.
Lederer?s letter was an attempt to staunch growing
criticism in the stands and on
social media, and to remind
the supporters of the millions
of dollars being invested in
the future via the new training
ground, club HQ and fee-less
youth academy.
But those members who
make their way to ANZ Stadi-
um tonight to face Melbourne Victory could be
forgiven for wondering how it
came to this: fans in revolt,
the captain bemoaning a lack
of fight from his own team,
the chairman insisting he
wears every setback ?like a
stab to the heart?.
If Western Sydney are to
some extent victims of their
own success, in the sense that
expectations are stratospherically high after the success of
the first few seasons, then that
is also a function of being a
self-confessed ?big club?.
All clubs make good and
bad decisions, but to many
supporters it seems that some
unavoidable pain ? particularly around being displaced
while Parramatta Stadium
was rebuilt ? has been worsened by a series of questionable choices.
The choice of Josep Gombau as head coach 14 months
ago was the most visible,
though the fact Gombau was
also shortlisted for the Melbourne City job indicates the
standing he had at the time.
But an appointment made in
haste was truly repented at
leisure by a squad that looked
utterly bewildered by his tactics far too often last season.
The fallout from Gombau?s
tenure can still be felt in the
make up of the current squad.
Four players were signed in
the month between Gombau?s exit and Markus
Babbel?s appointment, all it?s
understood having been
identified by Gombau.
One of those was Tarek Elrich, leaving the club with
three fullbacks all on more
than $200,000 a year ? an
awful lot of the cap tied up in
one position.
Some other factors are unavoidable, such as Mark
Bridge?s serious calf injury
which will keep him out for at
least another four weeks, and
quite possibly longer.
But there is an imbalance
to the squad when central
midfield is being anchored by
a 20- and 21-year-old, and
natural leaders on the pitch
are in very short supply.
With little room left to ma-
noeuvre upon his own appointment, Babbel brought in
compatriots Patrick Ziegler
and Alex Baumjohann, but his
dissatisfaction with some of
the current squad is clear.
With the transfer window
now open, two players have
left, another?s agent is talking
to other clubs, and others will
be told they are also free to
look elsewhere.
But none can be forced to
leave, and in the meantime
Babbel has no visa spots
open, though the club will
push hard to have Ziegler?s
citizenship approved by Australia Day which would leave
a few days to bring in another foreigner.
But a significant overhaul
is likely to have to wait until
the off season, when a whole
bunch of players are off contract. That includes four of
the five visa spots, almost all
of the defence and most of
the
attack.
Lederer?s
passionate defence of Babbel
in his letter suggests the club
is determined to play a long
game and avoid recruitment
again suffering from a
coaching rupture.
But there is still pressure
on Babbel, with little evidence
so far that he has articulated a
brand of football to his squad
that can take root.
Players, fans and officials
are hanging on for the sunlit
uplands of Parramatta Stadium next season.
for unity but simply won?t tolerate fans hurling ?graphic? abuse
Lederer penned a letter to
supporters this week, saying it
was time to regroup and to fight.
And as a club, he wrote: ?We
must come together and drive
forward with purpose and belief?.
It came after a section of the
Wanderers faithful unloaded on
the players at half-time against
City and then walked out.
Like his chairman, Elrich
believes that you need to work
together during the tough
times, but he does not accept
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that people should be free to
unload their frustrations in an
offensive manner.
?We?re in this together,? Elrich told The Saturday Telegraph. ?I?m a Western Sydney
boy. I go home and I can?t sleep
at night because I?m thinking
about the game. I don?t know
any player who goes out there
and doesn?t care if they lose.
?It?s not on (the type of
abuse). There?s my family there
and kids at games.
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?I don?t want to be repeating what has been said. It hurts
at the end of the day. We?re the
ones losing the games, so imagine how we?re feeling. It?s
hurting me and my teammates
more than anyone else.?
Elrich said he was touched by
the support he?d received from
those who have heard the comments hurled in his direction.
?The whole conversation
we?ve been having is about
sticking together through the
bad times,? he said.
?In life, you speak to anyone, I guarantee there?s something going on in their life
that?s not good. What?s the
best thing for it? Support. Family support. Friend support.
?I?ve received some messa-
ges on Instagram and Twitter
from some great people. I?ll
focus on those people.
?In football, things can turn
quickly. When I was at Adelaide United, eight rounds in we
were last. We went on and won
the league. Two or three wins
and you?re back in the race.
Wellington Phoenix this season
are a good example of that.?
Three points against Victory would be a massive boost
but Wanderers? record is awful
against Kevin Muscat?s men,
with the last meeting ending in
a 4-0 drubbing.
?A lot of people are writing
us off, writing our season off,
but if you come to our changing room you?ll know these
boys are still hungry to succeed
and we?ll keep working as hard
as we can,? Elrich said.
?We?ve a big game against a
quality team in Melbourne Victory. We?re not going to sit
back.?
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Hanging tough in
Gaze's revolution
MATT LOGUE
ANDREW Gaze is finally at peace
as a coach.
It may not look like it watching
Gaze ride an emotional rollercoaster on the sideline, but on the
inside, he is content.
The Sydney Kings coach admits
he still gets stressed about the closeness of the competition but it?s
nothing compared with this time
last year when he was fighting for
his future.
Go back to January 2018 and
Gaze possessed the fourth-worst
winning percentage in Kings history. In his first two seasons in Sydney, Australia?s greatest domestic
player had managed just 18 wins in
47 games.
This gave Gaze a lowly winning
percentage of 38.3 per cent, placing
him eighth out of the franchise?s 12
coaches since 1988.
These statistics prompted some
club officials to seriously question
Gaze?s tenure as coach before individuals stepped in to secure his
future.
Fast-forward a year and life in
the coaching hot seat couldn?t be
more different for the NBL?s seventime MVP. Gaze has led the starstudded Kings to the top of the
ladder with the league?s premier
coaching record.
As a result, he has surpassed current Philadelphia 76ers coach Brett
Brown to claim the fourth-best winning percentage in Kings history.
Gaze is proud of the statistic but
stresses it means little in comparison with his own growth.
?My peace of mind and understanding of what is really important
is far superior to before I started
coaching,? Gaze told The Saturday
Telegraph.
?That is because of the lessons
you learn.
?I know there will be haters out
there. Everyone has an opinion but
now I couldn?t give a rat?s toss bag
because I know what it takes to get
there.
?I understand no one gives a s**t
about that and they just want to see
wins.
?I appreciate that but I?ve ma-
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tured enough to understand why
we?ve screwed up.?
Gaze credits the back end of last
season, when the Kings overcame a
slow start to win five of their last six
matches, as key to his development.
?We needed the wins to keep our
jobs but it was also important to
reinforce that our methods were
sound,? he said.
?Although we?ve now got a lot of
different faces, and some significant
ones like Andrew Bogut, we?ve been
able to carry over that confidence.?
With his plan in place, Gaze set
about empowering the players.
He enlisted the services of close
friend Paul Roos, whose company,
Performance in Design, are experts
in team growth and leadership.
On the back of regular team ses-
sions in which the players reveal
their personal stories, the Kings?
culture has improved tenfold.
?Each session, the guys are learning about each other and how we
live up to the values we?ve set,? Gaze
said. ?So when we go through tough
times, we say, ?hang on, these are the
standards you?ve set as players?.
?That extends through the whole
business.?
Gaze also takes inspiration from
Brown?s remarkable coaching rise
with Philadelphia in the NBA.
Before steering the 76ers to the
playoffs last season, the former
Kings coach had claimed 56 wins in
three seasons.
Now Brown is enjoying the benefits of mentoring a star-studded Philadelphia side destined for big things.
He faces more scrutiny as a result, but Gaze sees this as a positive.
?I?d rather deal with pressure and
have good tools to work with than
have pressure and not good tools to
work with,? he said.
?That is when you have to build
your culture, and when the talent
comes, you can reach those heights.?
Andrew Gaze credits
growth
h in team culture
as an important
ingredient
dient
ient in the Kings
Kings?
ongoing success.
LeBron and ?Greek Freak? lead pack in All-Star votes
Giannis Antetokounmpo.
LAKERS superstar LeBron
James
and
Milwaukee?s
?Greek Freak? Giannis Antetokounmpo lead their respective conferences in the first
tally of fan voting for the 2019
NBA All-Star Game.
While last year?s NBA
Rookie of the Year Ben Simmons is in the mix, James is
the first player to get more
than
a
million
votes
(1,083,363) for the February 17
showcase in North Carolina.
The league released the
first round of balloting updates on Thursday. The other
leading vote-getters in the
West include Dallas Mavericks rookie Luka Doncic,
Golden State Warriors teammates Stephen Curry and
Kevin Durant, and Minnesota
Timberwolves guard Derrick
Rose.
Antetokounmpo (991,561)
is second overall in the early
returns. The rest of the top
five in the East are Boston
Celtics guard Kyrie Irving,
Toronto Raptors forward
Kawhi Leonard, Philadelphia
76ers centre Joel Embiid and
Miami Heat guard Dwyane
Wade.
Philadelphia?s Simmons is
chasing a backcourt starting
spot, with the Australian having so far polled 259,993 votes.
The fan voting accounts for
50 per cent of the final determination of the 10 All-Star
starters, with voting by current NBA players and a media
panel each accounting for 25
per cent. The top vote-getters
from each conference will
serve as team captains.
They will draft rosters from
the players who are named as
starters and reserves, regardless of conference affiliation.
The All-Star draft will be
televised for the first time this
year, revealing the order in
which players are picked after
such information was kept
quiet last year.
Team LeBron beat Team
Stephen 148-145 last year.
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The Saturday Telegraph?s racing editor Ray Thomas & Sky Racing?s Ron Dufficy
analyse the nine-race program at Randwick (Kensington track) today
Gresham?s weight and see
R1: EVENTS BY ATC HANDICAP (1150M)
Thomas: Do we go with race
experience or with the unraced but
impressive trial performers? I?ve
settled on Avon River, a first starter
from the Godolphin stable. She is a big,
strong filly by Fastnet Rock and did
everything right to win her Warwick
Farm trial last week. Drawn the inside
and will get a soft run. Hightail has had
two starts for a debut win at Kembla
and a game third to Movie Role at
Randwick last week. He?s drawn to get
the run of the race and Hugh Bowman
rides. First starters My Fire Phoenix,
Jahbath, Twentyfourcarat and Peralta
have all trialled well.
Dufficy: I have to go with the race
experience of Hightail. I don?t think
he has done too much wrong in his
two starts and he has the right draw
and jockey. Avon River looked sharp
winning that trial. Barrier one is a
big advantage and Godolphin?s twoyear-olds are hitting their straps.
Jahbath has looked good in his two
trials. Underwood didn?t do a bad
job running fourth in a strong race at
her debut and is trying to force her
way into the Magic Millions.
R2: AUTUMN CARNIVAL ON SALE HCP (1150M)
Thomas: Easy Eddie has returned
in great form this summer. He was
edged out by Kapajack and Mister
Songman at Rosehill then scored at
Rosehill, holding off Bel Sonic and
Redouble. The form out of both
races has been franked, with Mister
Songman and Redouble winning at
Randwick last week. Easy Eddie is
creeping up in weights but he will
race on speed, controlling the
tempo, and can win again. Malaise
hasn?t missed a place in four first-up
attempts and Intuition is fitter now.
Dufficy: Easy Eddie?s past two wins
have been on soft tracks but he goes
well on the Kensington, his drytrack form is acceptable and he is
too genuine to dismiss. Beautifully
placed today. Malaise has a bit of
weight but some of the form around
his Victorian runs last preparation is
solid. Bolero King has won his past
two first-up runs but he needs luck
from that tricky draw. Intuition is
better than what we saw first-up,
where he had a few excuses, and
Mapmaker never runs a bad race ?
although short of his best distance.
RACE 3: TAB HIGHWAY HCP (1300M)
Thomas: Matt Dunn knows how to
train Highway winners and he can win
another one with La Scopa. She?s a
smart mare with a good record and her
two runs back from a spell have
yielded narrow losses at Doomben ?
good form for Highways. Elegant
Ellen had a month between runs and
shouldered a big weight to win well at
Moruya. She is also in great form and
drops in weight. Zardoro is over the
odds and Ibini is racing well.
Dufficy: La Scopa stands out. She
has to give the opposition plenty of
weight but has the best form. If she
reproduces her recent Brisbane
runs, she wins this with a leg in the
air. She is one of the better bets of
the day. Elegant Ellen has won two
of her past three and gets in with
only 53.5kg after the claim, so she
will give a good on-pace sight.
Carruthers was big odds last week
but he did enough and this race is no
stronger. Dutchesse Of Moshe had a
recent trial where she wasn?t let go,
so there is a query about her.
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Race 6 No. 2: Samadoubt
his race. Invinzabeel goes well
second-up and Spectroscope won?t
be far away, although he prefers cut
in the ground. Sir Plush can mix his
form but he wasn?t beaten far in the
Tip Top race last week and is likely
to get an easy lead today.
Dufficy: The key is Gresham?s 49kg
? you don?t see too many horses
racing on a Sydney Saturday with
ability having to carry that
featherweight. He is racing well
without winning, but he gets his
chance to break through. He is short
enough in the market but I can?t get
away from him. Invinzabeel usually
improves second-up and the drier
track should suit. Sir Plush was
gallant last week after being attacked
in the lead and this map sets up well
for him. Spectroscope hasn?t won for
a long time but this is a suitable race
even with a big weight.
Dual acceptor The Art Of The Bar is fancied going back to 1300m on the Kensington track at Randwick today.
RACE 4: 2019 MEMBERSHIP HCP (1300M)
Thomas: Making the transition
from a provincial maiden to Sydney
Saturday class is usually a bridge too
far but I was impressed by the win of
Nindamos on debut at Wyong. He
was last and in an awkward spot
coming to the turn but made a wide
run and reeled in his rivals under
hands and heels to score a soft win.
I?m prepared to stick with him over
dual acceptor The Art Of The Bar,
who will take catching if she runs in
this race. Swelt races on speed and is
genuine. Ljungberg won first-up on
a heavy track and can only improve.
Dufficy: I?m with Ljungberg ? his
midweek win was brilliant. He
overcame the bias on the day and
his win was so arrogant after a wide
run. He has been kept fresh and
looks a nice prospect at a good price.
I?m interested in Botti, an ex-Kiwi
who arrived with good raps on him
in the spring and is now with Chris
Waller. I loved the way he coasted
to the line in a recent trial.
Nindamos came from last for a
stylish win at Wyong. Swelt is
heading in the right direction after
winning his past two starts and maps
well from barrier one.
R5: TAB.COM.AU HANDICAP (1300M)
Thomas: The Art Of The Bar went to
1400m for the first time and was run
down by Nicci?s Gold. She had won
her three previous starts brilliantly,
goes back to 1300m and should get an
easy lead. Spanish Dream probably
tucks in behind The Art Of The Bar
with the run of the race. Sweet
Scandal is ready after two runs from a
spell and if she gets any luck from her
awkward barrier, she could finish over
the top of them. Gongs scored a good
win last start and is not out of this.
Dufficy: Sweet Scandal produced
an eye-catching first-up run and I
don?t think she was as effective on
soft going last start. I want to give
her another chance with the odds on
offer and the firmer footing today.
Spanish Dream is up in class but is
going nicely. No knock on The Art
Of The Bar as she gets control up
front again and I agree the 1300m is
more suitable. Gongs finally got
another win on the board last start
and is sure to be running on hard.
R6: THE AVIARY AT RANDWICK HCP (1300M)
Thomas: Poetic Charmer led
throughout to win second-up at
Canterbury then was even more
impressive unleashing from the
back to win at Warwick Farm. He
should settle just off the speed and
he will hit the line strongly. Regent
is holding his form and this race sets
up well for him. Skyray ran a much
better race last start and Samadoubt
will take some running down.
Dufficy: I think the best value all
day is Samadoubt. He gets a soft lead,
is at his peak third-up, the distance
suits and he ticks every box here,
including the price factor. Skyray has
talent and ran much better last start.
He should get a nice run from a good
draw here. Poetic Charmer must be
included as he is in career-best form.
Regent may not win often but
doesn?t run too many bad races.
RACE 7: KENSINGTON HCP (1550M)
Thomas: Gresham looks superbly
placed. He is on the quick back-up
after his close third to Tip Top over
the mile at Randwick last week and
after the claim drops to 49kg. This is
RACE 8: SUMMER RACING HCP (1000M)
Thomas: This is just about race of
the day ? two fast, in-form sprinters,
Heart Conquered and Sei Stella,
facing their big tests. Heart
Conquered has been brilliant in his
past two wins over the Warwick
Farm 1000m, winning by big margins
but on heavy tracks. He has to show
that speed on top of the ground, but I
think he can. Sei Stella has
impressed, winning successive TAB
Highways over the Randwick 1000m
course but it?s a step up in grade.
Revenire will settle off speed and be
finishing hard and Rebel Miss has
been trialling superbly and has a
good fresh record.
Dufficy: It?s dangerous backing
Highway horses into Benchmark
races but I think Sei Stella is better
than a Highway horse. Rebel Miss
has trialled very, very well and is set
to sprint at her best first-up today.
Heart Conquered has looked good
but on wet tracks. Darktown Strutte
has a good record ? fresh form is
second to none ? and the Kelly
Schweida stable is on fire.
R9: AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB HCP (1550M)
Thomas: Super Star Bob might
have been a touch unlucky when
finishing strongly for a close second
to Penske at Randwick over 1400m.
He is racing well and this race suits.
The only issue is the 1550m trip.
Toroso is over the odds. His two
runs back this campaign have been
good. Nicci?s Gold was terrific
swamping her rivals at Warwick
Farm and Intueri has impressed in
two runs back from a spell.
Dufficy: Although this is the
toughest race of the day, Super Star
Bob is bursting to win a race and it is
time to try him at this distance.
Nicci?s Gold is beautifully placed
and only has to bring her wet-track
form to the dry to be in the finish.
Intueri is set to peak third-up and
has the right racing style for this.
Toroso has more upside than most
here and I will be watching the
betting on him.
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Watson awake to ploy
JULIAN LINDEN
SYDNEY Thunder captain Shane
Watson fears opposing teams have
started using sneaky, underhand tactics to try to thwart the unrelenting
threat posed by his in-form spinners.
Thunder have more slow bowlers
in their line-up than any other team
in the competition and their success
has propelled the side into third place
on the ladder.
But Watson is worried rival teams
have resorted to a cynical ploy to reduce the effectiveness of Thunder?s
tweakers by moving the pitch away
from the centre square to change the
normal dimensions of the boundaries.
The only matches Thunder have
lost this season were away from home
against Hobart Hurricanes and Adel-
aide Strikers, and Watson said the unusual placement of the pitches was no
coincidence.
?It was ridiculous because we had
tiny boundaries on one side,? Watson
told The Saturday Telegraph.
?The teams did it by design.
?They just wanted to make sure
they had a short side to take our spinners out of the game instead of using
the normal wickets in the middle of
the ground and just play normally.
?Those past two games we played
away, it was too obvious what they
were trying to do.?
The statistics paint a damning picture of just how damaging the strategy
has been to Thunder?s spin wizards.
Veteran leggie Fawad Ahmed has
taken 5-55 in the two matches at
Spotless Stadium this season but
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managed just 1-71 in the two games in
Hobart and Adelaide.
The raw numbers away from home
are just as bleak for Chris Green and
Jono Cook, who have combined to
take 5-87 at home but 1-119 on the
road.
?We?ve got high-quality spinners
and a really well-balanced bowling
attack,? Watson said. ?And that?s why
they do so great at Spotless because
we have normal field dimensions.?
Watson is desperately hoping
Thunder?s next opponents, Melbourne Stars, won?t be tempted to use
the same negative approach despite
moving their ?home? match from the
sprawling MCG to the Gold Coast?s
smaller Metricon Stadium.
?I?m pumped to play at the Gold
Coast,? Watson said.
?I love the Gold Coast because I
lived there for a couple of years in my
mid-20s so it?s a great place and it?ll be
nice to play at a new stadium.
?But there?s no doubt I?ll miss not
playing at the MCG because the
MCG is one of my favourite grounds
in the world.
?The Stars are a dangerous team,
Caught Short as
Sixers edged out
in the final over
they?ve got matchwinners in Glenn
Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis and Sandeep Lamichhane, the young leg spinner, so they?re very talented and
they?ll be challenging.?
Despite his beef with the questionable field dimensions, Watson
thinks the back-to-back losses will
ultimately help his younger players
because of the way they?ve had to
deal with adversity.
Such benefits have already been
fruitful with a heart-stopping onerun win over Perth Scorchers at
home on Wednesday.
?It?s always important to win those
close games because, if you fall over
on the right side of those more often
than not, you?re going to have a better
chance leading into the finals,? he
said.
SCOREBOARD
SYDNEY SIXERS
J. DENLY b J. Botha
J. AVENDANO c M. Wade b J. Botha
D. HUGHES c B. McDermott b J. Botha
M. HENRIQUES run out (D. Short)
J. SILK c G. Bailey b J. Faulkner
J. PHILIPPE c A. Doolan b J. Archer
T. CURRAN c B. McDermott b J. Faulkner
S. ABBOTT c B. McDermott b J. Faulkner
S. O'KEEFE not out
EXTRAS: 1lb, 2w
10 (10)
5 (8)
61 (40)
31 (24)
9 (10)
11 (9)
19 (14)
7 (3)
5 (2)
3
TOTAL
8-161
FALL: 17, 27, 94, 119, 120, 142, 154, 156
BOWLING: J. Faulkner 4-0-36-3 (9.0), J. Archer 4-0-36-1 (9.0), J.
Botha 4-0-22-3 (5.5), R. Meredith 4-0-30-0 (7.5), C. Rose 1-0-10-0
(10.0), D. Short 3-0-26-0 (8.67)
HOBART HURRICANES
M. WADE c S. O'Keefe b T. Curran
D. SHORT b S. Abbott
A. DOOLAN c T. Curran b S. Abbott
B. MCDERMOTT c J. Silk b S. O'Keefe
G. BAILEY c M. Henriques b B. Dwarshuis
S. MILENKO not out
J. FAULKNER not out
EXTRAS: 1b, 1lb, 1w
15 (11)
64 (42)
26 (23)
10 (14)
30 (17)
12 (10)
2 (2)
3
TOTAL
5-162
FALL: 32, 84, 111, 132, 158
BOWLING: B. Manenti 3-0-26-0 (8.67), B. Dwarshuis 3-0-27-1
(7.04), T. Curran 4-0-22-1 (5.5), S. O'Keefe 4-0-40-1 (10.0), S. Abbott 40-29-2 (7.25), J. Denly 1-0-16-0 (16.0)
RESULT: HURRICANES WIN BY FIVE WICKETS
D'Arcy
cy Short of the Hurricanes (left) runs
out Moises Henriques of the Sixers
(right) and
nd (inset) Sixers batsman Daniel
Hughes. Picture: Getty Images
SNUBBED by Australian selectors
earlier in the day, D?Arcy Short responded in emphatic style to launch
the Hurricanes to a club record BBL
winning streak last night.
Short, who was overlooked for
the country?s ODI squad to take on
India from next week, cracked his
third half century of the tournament
? becoming the second quickest
player to reach 1000 Big Bash runs
behind Shaun Marsh in the process _
to help Hobart successfully chase
down its 162-run target against the
Sydney Sixers.
The dynamic left-hander struck
five boundaries and three sixes in his
64 from 42 balls, paving the way for
the side to register a five wicket win
with a solitary ball left to improve
their unbeaten start to 5-0.
It is the first time the Hurricanes
have strung together five successive T20 victories, and sees them
move two games clear at the top of
the table.
Short?s departure in the 15th over
kept the door ajar for the visitors
with the equation still 47 runs from
30 balls, but former Canes captain
George Bailey, who guided the side
home with 23 not out from 10 balls
against the Thunder a week ago, delivered at the death once again with
another blistering finale.
Bailey scored 30 from 17, turning
the tide in the penultimate over
alongside Simon Milenko (15 not out)
when the pair clubbed two sixes over
deep mid-wicket off the first three
balls sent down by Shaun Abbott.
Heading into the last over five
runs were required, and when Bailey
chipped a catch to cover on the second ball some nervous faces
appeared in the dugouts.
However James Faulkner managed a two on the first ball he faced,
before scrambling a bye on the next
to lock the scores. Milenko ended
proceedings by sending a low full
toss to the mid-wicket boundary.
It was a thrilling way for the Hurricanes to end their home stand
ahead of a five match stint on the
road, with the below par target set up
courtesy of some brilliant slow
bowling from Johan Botha.
Taking on his former side for the
first time, Botha snared wickets in
consecutive overs in the powerplay
on route to 3-22, while Faulkner
picked up two scalps in the last over
to finish with 3-36.
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It?s January which means Santa is back in
Lapland, the New Year Hangover should be
gone and it?s time for the Sydney Test.
Australia are 2-1 down and India have
retained the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, but
there is still plenty to play for in the last Test
of the series.
Tim Paine will desperately want to save the
series and is going to need his batsmen to
step up big time. I am expecting big games
from Usman Khawaja and Shaun Marsh.
Both of these guys are world-class batsmen
and are the senior batters in this side. They
need runs, and they have the ability to do
so.
I have been impressed with Marcus Harris at
the top of the order and I have a feeling this
is going to be the game he gets a notable
score.
From an Indian perspective, Virat Kohli is
not going to want to take his foot off the
throat of the Aussies. He will personally
want to prove another point and I expect a
big game from him.
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Aussies had no answer to India?s run-scoring machine
JULIAN LINDEN
THE series is all over bar the shouting
and still Australia is no closer to working out how to dismiss India?s runscoring machine Cheteshwar Pujara.
Tim Paine and his bowlers will be
glad to see the back of Pujara after he?s
ruined their best-laid plans by scoring
a mountain of runs this summer.
Pujara might have missed out on a
double century yesterday but there
were no wild celebrations from the
Australians when Nathan Lyon held a
sharp return catch to send him on his
way for 193.
All there was, was just a sense of relief from the exhausted players as Pujara trudged back to the changeroom.
His third hundred of the series was
his best and took his total for the series to 521 runs at an average of 74.42
though the raw numbers don?t fully illustrate the damage he did to Australia?s bowlers.
As much as his runs, it was the long
periods of occupation at the crease
that broke the hearts of Australia?s
bowlers.
No matter how hard they tried,
they couldn?t figure out a way to get
rid of him or trick him into playing
any unnecessary strokes.
?We?ve tried to bounce him a little
bit, we?ve tried lots of different things.
He?s faced about a million balls this
series,? Paine said.
?We?ve tried wide of the stumps,
we?ve tried at the stumps, Nathan
Lyon?s been over and around (the
wicket).
?I don?t think there?s too many
things we haven?t tried to be fair, but
he?s been too good for us.?
Paine said there was a brief moment in the series when his bowlers
thought they had unlocked the secret
to stopping Pujara.
He made 123 and 71 in the series
opener in Adelaide but fell cheaply
both times in the second match in
Perth.
?When we got some bounce in the
wicket, we saw where we could get
him out, caught behind the wicket
twice,? Paine said.
?That was one of the things we
probably thought we?d get a bit more
of throughout the series that we probably haven?t.?
If extra bounce is the key to dismissing Pujara, the flat pitches in Melbourne and Sydney sure didn?t help as
he helped himself to another two tons
with his unbreakable concentration.
?If you?re not swinging the ball he?s
extremely hard to get out,? Paine said.
?I think early in his innings you try
and hit his stumps and his pad but in
the form he?s in at the moment he?s
not missing too many.
?And when the wicket is like it is
and you can?t swing the ball not many
good players will miss them.
?He?s been really patient and disciplined around his off stump and he?s
just grounded our bowlers down basically.?
Tourists can celebrate steamrolling flat Aussies
JULIAN LINDEN
INDIA can start celebrating ?
their work is done.
The next three days of the
Sydney Test don?t matter anymore because they?ve already
reached cricket?s Holy Grail.
It?s taken 71 years of blood,
sweat and tears but yesterday?s
extraordinary display of batting was the day India?s long
quest to win a Test series in
Australia finally ended.
They can?t lose from here so
the only thing left to decide is
whether they win 2-1 or 3-1.
This may be one of the
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weakest Australian sides in
history, but that shouldn?t detract from India?s efforts.
Under the shrewd leadership of captain Virat Kohli,
India have assembled the best
team in the world and deserve
all the plaudits and accolades
that will come their way after
steamrolling Australia.
Winning here is still the
toughest challenge in the game
for any touring side and is a
feat that proved beyond India?s
greatest leaders ? including
Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni,
Sunil Gavaskar, Kapil Dev and
Sourav Ganguly.
For India?s fanatical supporters, the long wait has been
agonising because there were
times when they thought it
may never happen after being
crushed on previous tours.
Australia was the first country India toured after gaining
independence in 1947, but it
wasn?t so much the start of a
great sporting rivalry as a
cricketing massacre.
It was Don Bradman?s last
series at home and he wasn?t in
a charitable mood, smashing
715 runs in the five matches at
an average of 178.75.
He made four centuries, in-
cluding a double, as Australia
romped to a 4-0 win.
It wasn?t until 1959 that
India managed to win a single
Test in Australia and another
six years before they managed
to draw a series here.
Against lesser cricketing
nations, India were making
headway. In 1969, they won in
New Zealand to claim their
first away series.
India beat Australia in a series at home for the first time in
1979. But the one achievement
they desperately wanted more
than any other, continued to
elude them. Until now.
From a bowling perspective, Bumrah has
been vital to the success the team has had
on Australian soil and he is going to have
to use all his variations to get wickets in
Sydney, but I think he is a superstar and will
again cause the Aussie players a few issues.
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energy Rashid brings to the Strikers.
My old boys the Sixers have picked up two
good wins on the bounce and will want to
try to ride that momentum as long as they
can. Henriques the captain is the key player
in my opinion, and he seems to be hitting
some form.
The Heat are currently struggling, but with
the destructive batters they have in their
team, they aren?t far from a big win or two.
Chris Lynn will be looking for someone like
Joe Burns to build a proper innings, so he
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BANNED opener David Warner
played a straight bat when
quizzed about a possible recall
to the national side when his
suspension ends in March.
In a rare interview, in Dhaka
before the Bangladesh Premier
League, the big-hitting lefthander said performances
in the BPL and IPL were all he
could focus on as he tried to
work his way back into the
Australian side.
Warner will lead Sylhet Sixers
in the T20 tournament and his
side kick off their campaign
tomorrow against Steve Smith?s
Comilla Victorians.
The former Test vice-captain
said the 12-month ban had
allowed him to spend time with
his young family, something that
wouldn?t have been possible if
he were playing.
?It is up to the selectors
whether or not they want to pick
me,? Warner said in his first
interview since Smith and
Cameron Bancroft?s explosive
Boxing Day comments.
?At the end of the day, all I can
do is score runs in this tournament
and the IPL, keep putting my hand
up and making sure that I am the
best person I can be.?
Richie Benaud fans.
LIFE?S RICHIES PAGEANT
THERE was nothing marvellous
about Australia?s performance at
the SCG but that didn?t stop the
?Richies? from having a field day
in the baking sun at the bottom
of the Clive Churchill Stand.
Whether they were wearing
bone, beige or off-white, row
after row of dedicated fans
honoured the late Richie Benaud,
waving their microphones,
playing tunes and cheering on the
fine-leg fieldsmen when they
warmed up near the boundary.
KIWI INVASION
SYDNEY Thunder general
manager Lee Germon has been
announced as the new chief
executive of Cricket NSW and
will replace Andrew Jones at the
end of the season.
Former quicks Stuart Clark
and Michael Kasprowicz were
linked to the role but Germon
got the nod after two successful
years at the Thunder.
Germon, 50, continues the
legacy of Kiwis infiltrating
Australian cricket with fellow
Kiwis Shane Bond (Thunder
head coach) and Andre Adams
(NSW Blues bowling coach)
heading across the ditch in
recent times. Germon captained
NZ in all 12 of his Tests ? from
1995-97, winning just once.
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Bowlers cop fearsome
spray in dressing down
BEN HORNE
AT THE SCG
DETAILS have emerged of
bowling coach David Saker
dishing out an explosive dressing room spray as Australia was
pounded further towards the
humiliating reality of a first
series loss to India.
The Australian assistant admitted he gave the underperforming bowlers a paint-peeling
bake after day one, and he also
claimed members of the attack
had a clash of opinions with Tim
Paine on the field over bowling
plans ? although that has been
denied by the captain.
If the ?animated? post-play
dressing down was designed to
cattle-prod Australia into action
on day two, it fell depressingly
flat, and left Paine to take the
unusual step of fronting a postplay press conference mid-Test
in a bid to try and take the heat
off his bowlers.
Indian master Cheteshwar
Pujara (193 off 373 balls) picked
up from where he left off to join
with Rishabh Pant (159 not out)
in punishing the home side into
submission as India declared at
7-622, although Pant dropped a
catch to let Usman Khawaja off
the hook as Australia clung to
the one positive of being 0-24
at stumps.
But that was only after India
enacted the mercy rule when
part-time batsman Ravi Jadeja
was out for 81.
The piling on of another 319
runs for the loss of only three
wickets all but guaranteed they
can?t be beaten in the fourth
Test and therefore will emerge
series victors for the first time on
Australian soil.
?(On night one) we talked
quite heavily about the day,
more because we thought it was
a really disappointing day and
we just wanted to get our point
across,? a brutally honest Saker
told ABC Grandstand.
?Some of it was quite aggressive and that?s not like me usually.
?I was quite animated, and I
know I was not the only one. JL
(Langer) wasn?t happy. The
bowlers know that.?
Spinner Nathan Lyon ? who
PLAYS
OF
DAY 2
also chose to publicly express his
displeasure at Australia?s bowling plans on the opening day ?
was forced to send down the
most overs he?s ever bowled in a
Test innings, after the declaration was called midway
through his 57th.
Lyon?s back-breaking and
soul-destroying 4-178 was the
sixth-most runs conceded in an
innings ever in Australia.
Pat Cummins went wicketless at 0-101 and Mitchell Starc
(1-123) and Josh Hazlewood
(2-105) were also taken to the
cleaners for unwanted hundreds, but not before they?d already been served up the
rounds of the kitchen from
Langer and Saker.
Saker made the frank claim
that bowlers had not been on the
same page as captain Paine.
?I think the bowlers wanted
one thing, Tim wanted one
thing,? Saker said.
?That?s not been the case as
the general rule but when you
were watching from the sideline
you could see there was some
confusion.?
Paine denied that assertion
from his assistant coach but admitted there was an urgent need
for some searing self-examination, even with three days still
left in the match.
His strong decision to front
the press conference was reminiscent of Michael Clarke fronting up after Australia was
bowled out for 47 in Cape Town
back in 2011.
?We always have discussion
post-game but in terms of being
on a different page, no,? Paine
said. ?When you?re playing sport
at the highest level and you don?t
perform as well as you should
you?re going to cop criticism.
?There is no point shying
away from it and making
excuses.
?We know we have come up
short with the ball in the past
two Test matches.
?We?re going to cop criticism
for it, we?ve to get better.
?We?ve got to be honest
about it and we need to be honest before you can get better.
?We?re aware of it. We?re not
hiding from it.?
Josh Hazlewood
shows his frustration
as India
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Pujara p
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iles on more
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Picture: Brett
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Traditionally, quicks
Justin Langer
WAS it a split in the ranks or simply the type of abrasive discussion every losing team needs to
try to right the sinking ship?
Whatever the nature of it, the
bake that bowling coach David
Saker gave the fast bowlers will
arouse rare sensitivities in the
Australian dressing room.
From Miller and Lindwall to
Lillee and Thomson then McGrath and
Gillespie, the
fast men
are tra-
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ditionally the heroes on home
soil, so close they often operate as
a team within a team.
Generally, they follow the captain. Other times, the captain follows them. Sometimes, they meet
in the middle.
But some-
PARTNERSHIPS
DAY 2
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Che Pujara
58 (94)
Che Pujara
41 (89)
Ravindra Jadeja
81 (114)
Usman Khawaja
5* (31)
101
89
204
24*
Hanuma Vihari
42 (96)
Rishabh Pant
44 (79)
Rishabh Pant
44 (79)
Marcus Harris
19* (29)
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SCOREBOARD
INDIA 1ST INNINGS
R
Mayank Agarwal
M
B
77 169 112
4s 6s
7
2
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
9
7
6
2
0
c S. Marsh b J. Hazlewood: Rahul edges a forward defensive
stroke to first slip, who takes an easy catch
Cheteshwar Pujara
193 579 373 22
0
c & b N. Lyon: The ball is thrown up to Pujara, who is drawn
forward looking to turn it on the legside, but instead he just lobs
an easy catch back to Lyon
Virat Kohli
23 75 59
4
0
c T. Paine b J. Hazlewood: Kohli looks to work a short-of-alength ball off his pads, but it catches a glove through to the
keeper
Ajinkya Rahane
18 64 55
1
0
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
42 126 96
5
0
c M. Labuschagne b N. Lyon: Vihari top-edges an attempted
sweep shot into his body and lobs to short leg
Rishabh Pant
159 303 189 15
1
81 155 114
1
not out
Ravindra Jadeja
7
b N. Lyon: Jadeja has a wild swing at the ball but fails to make
contact and is bowled, deceived by the flight
EXTRAS: 2b, 13lb, 5w
20
TOTAL
7-622dec
Fall: 10, 126, 180, 228, 329, 418, 622
Bowling: M. Starc 26-0-123-1 (4.73), J. Hazlewood 3511-105-2 (3.0), P. Cummins 28-5-101-0 (3.61), N. Lyon 578-178-4 (3.1), M. Labuschagne 16-0-76-0 (4.75), T. Head
4-0-20-0 (5.0), U. Khawaja 1-0-4-0 (4.0)
AUSTRALIA 1ST INNINGS
Marcus Harris
R
M
19
31 29
B
4s 6s
2
0
5
36 31
0
0
not out
Usman Khawaja
not out
EXTRAS:
0
TOTAL
0-24
Fall:
Bowling: M. Shami 3-0-9-0 (3.0), J. Bumrah 3-0-12-0
(4.0), R. Jadeja 2-1-1-0 (0.5), K. Yadav 2-1-2-0 (1.0)
STUMPS DAY 2
Keeper can wear
the Pant at Canes
heroes on home soil but this lot rewriting history
how they normally all end up on
the same page and it works out in
the end.
It is unusual to hear claims that
they were on a different page to
their captain though skipper Tim
Paine denied the accusation poststumps.
After two days in the field, Paine
did well to front up, one of the few
times in years an Australian captain has appeared at a press conference mid-match.
Nathan Lyon, normally most
conservative in his mid-Test offerings, had earlier criticised the fast
men for wasting what he felt was
moisture in the wicket with a sustained spell of short-pitched bowling early on the first day.
Saker chimed in, claiming there
was ?confusion?? with the plan.
Ideally, they should be working
in unison but the confusion ? perhaps conflict ? is a sign of a team
bowling plan being prised apart
and changed on the run by the rare
and intense pressure applied by the
man with the ultimate plan, Cheteshwar Pujara.
Short stuff, wide stuff, full stuff ...
Australia have tried the lot to Pujara and bothered him as much as a
sheep dog barking at an elephant.
Nothing has worked. Frustration is telling.
The fast bowlers will be chastened by this series because they
are not used to being publicly criti-
cised while at home.
Their self-esteem levels may
flag in Dubai or Mumbai but at
home they normally retain their
swagger as their bowling plans traditionally stay simple and relentless ? and successful.
This has turned out to be a brutal series for Australia.
Cracks are appearing where
there are not supposed to be cracks
? and there are three days of hard
yakka to come.
HE may have been joking when he said it but
Tim Paine would love nothing more than to
have Rishabh Pant at the Hobart Hurricanes
after the India keeper buried Australia with a
career-best 159 not out on day two at the SCG.
The diminutive left-hander started the
series as a relative rookie with just five Tests
under his belt but he?ll head home as one of
their most-important players after a dominant
month in conditions that are usually a
graveyard for touring youngsters.
Pant enjoyed starts in each of his first six
knocks of the tour but broke through in style to
announce himself on the world stage with his
second century at Test level, in turn becoming
the first India wicketkeeper to score a ton in
Australia.
?I don?t think anything changed for me,? he
replied when asked if he?d tinkered with his
technique or mental approach.
Martin Gabor
Starc struggling but Paine backs him to turn it around
BEN HORNE
TIM Paine yesterday conceded Mitchell Starc is struggling ? and that he
can?t hide it.
The Australia captain last night described his embattled fast bowler as an
?open book? with his emotions which,
at the moment, have been rocked by a
crisis of confidence.
However, Paine called for Starc?s
overall outstanding record as a Test
game-breaker to be taken into consideration by critics jumping on his every
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error. Most expected Starc to routinely
claim the only remaining pole he needed
to join the rare 200 Test wicket takers?
club but instead he endured one of the
longest days of his career as he finished
with demoralising figures of 1-123 to remain stranded on 199.
Paine said the world knows when
Starc is hurting and insisted the team
was working around the clock to get the
left-armer firing again after a lingering
lean patch.
?He?s an open book,?? Paine said.
?Read him a mile away no doubt about
that. He?s a huge confidence player, a
lot of cricketers are, some more than
others, (but) Starcy is higher up than
some other people and we know that.
?We?ve got to be working with him
to make sure we?ve got him at his absolute best because we know when he is,
we know how valuable he is.
?Has he been at his best this series?
No, he hasn?t.
?Has he been for a little while? Probably not.
?Starcy knows that, he?s working on
it. He?s been really honest about it and
he?s trying to figure out exactly what it
is that is missing at the moment.?
Test great Shane Warne has been
particularly relentless in his questioning of Starc?s form and preparation for
this series. Paine indicated he felt the
spotlight Starc has been put under has
been unfair.
?I think Starcy is one of those bowlers, I?m not sure what people expect
from him,? Paine said.
?His stats his whole career have
been outstanding. When he?s at his
best, he?s brilliant.?
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Suspicion Handscomb is merely keeping seat warm
BEN HORNE
PETER Handscomb has been picked as
Steve Smith?s ODI stunt double to face
India, with the looming return of Australia?s banned stars creating an
awkward selection dilemma.
Australia yesterday made stunning
changes to its 50-over squad to closely
resemble the ultimate 15-man party
they plan to take to England in June to
defend their world crown.
But amid the ruthless axings of bighitters Chris Lynn, D?Arcy Short, Ben
McDermott and Travis Head are the
two conspicuous seats being kept warm
for Smith and David Warner.
It?s almost certain the two fallen superstars will walk back into the line-up
after their ball-tampering bans expire on
March 29, presenting a provocative
challenge for Handscomb in particular,
to make himself indispensable when he
would appear the most dispensable.
Handscomb has been selected to
play the ?Smith? role at No.4, where he
will bring rhythm to the innings and
help Australia improve their failure in
the white-ball form to rotate the strike.
But with scores of 320-plus considered par for the UK, it?s difficult to see
how there could be room for Handscomb and Smith in a World Cup party.
As revealed by The Daily Telegraph
yesterday, Usman Khawaja has also been
recalled by selectors as part of an overhaul to go conservative after Australia
dropped below Nepal, Papua New
Guinea, Zimbabwe and Hong Kong
for win-percentages in 2018.
?After a disappointing period in
ODI cricket, the national selection
panel along with team coaches have
reviewed our performances,? selection boss Trevor Hohns said.
?With this in mind and the World
Cup looming, we?ve selected players
we feel provide us with the flexibility
to play a variety of roles at different
stages of the match.
?Usman is a batsman we know
can put vital runs on the board at the
top of the order, and Peter is not
only a fine player of spin bowling,
he?s also a batsman we know can
hold an innings together while keeping the scoreboard ticking over.?
Aside from resting the entire fast
bowling attack of Mitchell Starc,
Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood, selectors hope the 14 players chosen to face
India in the three one-dayers starting
next Saturday at the SCG won?t alter
greatly before the World Cup in five
months? time.
Nathan Lyon has been reinstated and
could be shooting it out with fellow squad
member Adam Zampa for the spin role ?
potentially the sole slow bowler in the
UK, although it?s possible two could tour.
Peter Siddle is back after a decadelong absence from ODI cricket to relieve
the quicks.
Khawaja?s return to the ODI team for
the first time in two years has been welcomed by critics and he would appear to
be in a head-to-head battle with Shaun
Marsh for one remaining place in the top
three once Warner returns to open
alongside captain Aaron Finch.
It?s likely Khawaja or Shaun Marsh
will be Australia?s anchor at No.3, with
the road back for Lynn and Short looking perilous after their latest dumping.
Shane Warne described the decision
by selectors to punt the likes of Short for a
batsman like Handscomb as ?staggering?.
?I don?t think it?s fair on Peter to keep
putting him out into the international
arena, even for the Sydney Test match
here,? Warne told Fox Sports.
?Whether he makes 100 or 200, it?s
still not the right selection or the
right message that you?re sending
to the rest of first-class cricketers.
?To say you haven?t got a
technique that?s good enough
for international cricket and
you?re dropped ? just like last
year ? and then you put him
back in again a week later, it
doesn?t make any sense.?
Australia lost 11 of 13 matches
last year. Khawaja has never been
given a sustained run in the 50over format but averages 46 in
domestic cricket with 10 centuries. Handscomb?s overall ODI and domestic
one-day record isn?t
flash but he did produce a strong JLT
Cup for Victoria
earlier
this
summer.
ODI
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Aaron Finch (c)
Usman Khawaja
Shaun Marsh
Peter Handscomb
Glenn Maxwell
Marcus Stoinis
Mitch Marsh (vc)
Alex Carey (vc)
Jhye Richardson
Billy Stanlake
Jason Behrendorff
Peter Siddle
Nathan Lyon
Adam Zampa
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Nibble, nudge, nurdle replaces biff, bang, whack in limited-overs squad
AUSTRALIA?s selectors have made
their first serious concession that big
is not necessarily beautiful.
But in doing so, they lit the fuse for
a major discussion about whether
they risk being too conservative to win
next year?s World Cup in England.
The omission of Chris Lynn and
D?Arcy Short and, to a lesser degree,
Travis Head from the 50-over series
against India is as significant as the
recall of Usman Khawaja and Peter
Handscomb.
Biff, bang, whack has been replaced
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with more nibble, nudge and nurdle.
The squad is a statement by the selectors that 50-over batting is more
than just being able to hit a ball from
one postcode to the next.
But here?s the catch: Australia will
need a fence-clearer or two if they are
to win the World Cup on small
grounds in England.
England, for many years too bashful in white-ball cricket for their own
good, are playing a fearless brand of
50-over cricket that regularly sees
them make scores of 320-plus, including a jaw-dropping 461 against Australia at Nottingham last year.
Former Test spinner and Fox Sports
commentator Kerry O?Keeffe had, this
summer, called for the inclusion of
Khawaja and Handscomb because he
felt Australia have lost the one quality
every innings needs ? rhythm.
If Australia were a car and not a
cricket team, there would be no second and third gears.
Many modern Australian batsmen
are comfortable defending for dot balls
and hitting shots over the fence. It?s the
singles and twos that have been missing in all forms of the game so Australia
must find a delicate balance between
the sledgehammer and scalpel.
India captain Virat Kohli, a master
in all formats, provided the secret to
his own success when he said: ?I?m
happy to knock the ball around in the
shorter formats and get runs. As long
as the intent is there and you are
working towards making the team
win, you don?t need to go out there
and make people go, ?wow, what was
that shot?? I?m not bothered by that.??
Australia have led a double life as a
50-over team in recent years.
They may be the holder of the World
Cup won on home soil in 2015 but their
record of just two wins from 13 games in
2018 put them last on the ladder in
terms of percentage of wins behind
Nepal, Zimbabwe and Hong Kong.
Humble fare, indeed.
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How Pujara calls the shots
Master batsman?s technique & temperament have defined the summer
C
heteshwar
Pujara
has been the best
batsman on show
this summer, and by
a margin that almost
puts his colleagues to shame.
Since 1971, only Alastair
Cook has come to Australia
and faced more deliveries in a
series than the 1258 Pujara
has faced this summer.
If given a chance in the second innings, he could well
pass the English opener ?
this has been a historic run of
form from the Indian No.3.
While coming to Australia
is often framed in terms of
negotiating pace and bounce,
Pujara?s excellence has been
based in playing spin extremely well.
This series he?s averaging
58.80 against pace, but 113.50
against spin, and barring the
odd ball from Travis Head
and Marnus Labuschagne,
Nathan Lyon has taken the
brunt of Pujara?s brilliance.
The Indian No.3 has dominated the ?GOAT? by skipping down the wicket to him
? 178 times this series.
Never before has Pujara
come down the track to so
many deliveries from spinners
in a single Test series.
It?s something he?s done
particularly well across his
career ? he averages 229.66
when dancing down to the
spinners ? so it is a sound
tactic and one that has seen
him excel against the best
spinner in the world.
In general, Pujara?s defensive technique has been typically sound.
This series he has played
387 defensive strokes, with
two leading to a wicket,
meaning that those strokes
have a dismissal rate of 211.5.
That is the second-highest
figure Pujara has recorded in
a series, and his best outside of
Asia. His defence has rarely
been better.
By contrast, his opposite
number, Usman Khawaja, has
recorded a dismissal rate of
just 43 for his defensive
strokes, his defence broken
far more easily.
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PUJARA LEAVES
PUJARA RUNS
ONES
TWOS
THREES
FOURS
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Tied in with this is Pujara?s
ability to leave the ball extremely well, happy to let the
opposition bowlers toil away,
tiring themselves out and
making it easier for him to
make runs.
Last time he came to Australia, he left 23 per cent of his
deliveries from the seamers,
but on this tour that?s risen to
28 per cent ? not a huge increase, but a significant one.
On this tour he?s let 279 deliveries go by him ? Finch,
Harris, Handscomb, Head
and Mitchell Marsh combined have left 286.
His capacity for not playing is almost better than his
capacity for playing, and
against an attack that?s often
only had four frontline bowlers, that?s an effective and important skill.
When a player is in this
sort of form, it does feel harsh
to focus on the opposition, but
there were just a few areas
where Australia?s seamers
could have improved.
Across his career, Pujara
averages 28.94 against goodlength deliveries ? not a big
weakness, but a weakness
nonetheless.
However, Australia have
bowled just 38 per cent of
their deliveries to him on a
good length.
This is not an aberration,
but perhaps a missed opportunity to really pile on the
pressure.
Pat Cummins, who with an
average of 31.50 has had the
most success against Pujara,
bowled just 18 per cent full de-
liveries, staying patient and
letting pressure build as he
maintained an economy of
1.55 runs per over.
Mitchell Starc has been the
only frontline bowler able to
make Pujara edge or miss the
ball more often than the Test
average of 14 per cent ? and
even then, Pujara took him at
3.3rpo, the most expensive of
any Australian barring the leg
spinner.
Not one bowler has been
able to balance control and attack, meaning that pressure
Another uncrackable Indian who drives bowlers nuts
ROBERT CRADDOCK
Stuart Clark takes Sachin
Tendulkar?s wicket in 2007.
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THERE?s only one Cheteshwar
Pujara but every bowler who
played a Test match knows
someone like him ? that nut
that just wouldn?t crack.
The batsmen with the bat as
wide as a barn door who made
them feel as if they were hammering on that door and getting
nothing more than bruised
knuckles.
Former Australian seamer
Stuart Clark recalled with a
smile the helplessness he felt
when another Indian master, Sachin Tendulkar, was batting.
?His bat just felt as if it was
about a foot-and-a-half wide,??
Clark said. ?He just toyed with
us. We didn?t set the field.
?He basically positioned
fieldsmen to where he wanted
them to be and we just bowled.
?That?s how much in control
he was. We just couldn?t get him
out. The wicket was flat. The ball
was old. We never gave up. It?s
just ingrained in you to keep
thinking of plans but when you
look back now that you are older
and wiser and you think, ?I was
never going to get him out, what
was I trying to do?? But at the
time you think, ?we?ll try this?.
?I remember at one point we
put everyone on the off-side and
he flicked his wrists and hit it behind square leg. Then we had
this big leg-side field and he went
the other way.??
It?s 25 years since Shane
Warne faced Proteas captain
Kepler Wessels in Tests yet he
still recalls that barn door feeling.
?Kepler, Rahul Dravid and, to
a lesser extent Mike Atherton,
were guys who all played a similar way to Pujara ? they might
not score many runs but they
just wore you down,?? Warne
said. ?Wessels just did not look to
play an aggressive shot. He
looked to wear you down until
you bowled a bad ball.?
has never truly been built on
Pujara.
However, it would be
churlish to linger on the negative. Pujara was dropped from
the Test side just 10 Tests ago.
His return and subsequent
dominance a real feel-good
story for a well-liked player.
He is likely to tour Australia again, but he?ll be met not
with questions about his suitability to play in these conditions, but with the sort of
reception usually reserved for
his captain.
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Tourists pile
on the pain
as inept
attack cops a
big spray
SOCCEROOS coach Graham
Arnold calls Tom Rogic the
?F...ing Wizard of Oz,? and has
declared the attacking midfielder a key contender to win
the Asian Cup?s player of the
tournament.
?I expect Tommy to be
nearly player of the series,? Arnold said. ?Make Tommy
happy, make him smile, miracles will happen.?
The reigning champions
open their title defence against
Jordan tomorrow night and
the Socceroos will be hoping
Rogic brings his Celtic form to
the United Arab Emirates.
The 26-year-old is the most
unusual of playmakers, a gangly but graceful presence
seemingly too tall for his mazy
dribbling runs, and with a penchant for powerful shots that
knock the socks off anyone in
their path.
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Alex De Minaur.
De Minaur
ace in pack
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DETAILS have emerged of bowling
coach David Saker unleashing a
dressing-room spray aimed at his
underperforming bowlers who were
humiliated on day two at the SCG by
Indian master Cheteshwar Pujara
and keeper Rishabh Pant.
It?s also been claimed members
of the bowling attack had a clash of
opinions with Tim Paine on the field
over plans ? that has been refuted
by the captain.
The unravelling Australians are
facing their first series loss to India
on home soil thanks to inept
bowling and the brilliance of
Pujara?s 193 and Pant?s 159 not out.
Australia were 24 without loss from
the 10 overs before stumps.
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TENNIS legend Ken Rosewall
says Alex De Minaur has surpassed Nick Kyrgios as Australia?s next great grand slam
hope because Kyrgios ?takes
things easier?.
Rosewall praised De Minaur?s tenacity and competitiveness, traits often lacking
throughout Kyrgios?s career.
Rosewall said world No.31
De Minaur, who is now ranked
four places ahead of Kyrgios, is
the man to carry Australia?s
flag at tennis majors.
?Alex, he?s got a different
approach to the game (than
Nick), he?s very competitive,
he likes to play well every time
he plays,? Rosewall said.
?The moment he steps on to
the court, he?s 100 per cent,
whereas Nick seems to have
got into the habit where he
takes things a little bit easier.?
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nority of Western Sydney
fans who have hurled vile
abuse at him during matches.
He also echoed Wanderers
chairman Paul Lederer?s call
for unity at the club.
The experienced Wanderers defender is adamant there
is a line that shouldn?t be
crossed when expressing anger
and frustration and he will not
be afraid to call it. The 32-yearold said abuse directed towards
him had been ?graphic? in
nature and made wit
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