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$1.70 // MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2019
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JANET FIFE-YEOMANS
MASSIVE fluctuations in speed camera
figures have sparked calls for a statewide
audit with the cost of fines for motorists
topping half a million dollars a day.
Experts say the major month-tomonth anomalies recorded by some
cameras raised doubts about whether
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Fixed speed and red light cameras
poured an incredible $139,120,454 into
state coffers in nine months of last year.
But the figures included bewildering
discrepancies — the state’s most lucrative speed camera in the Eastern Distributor raked in $641,000 one month
last year, yet just $35,500 in another.
Lawyer Jasmina Ceic said the onus
was on the RMS to justify the disparities.
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WARM WATERS
ARE SPINNING
OUT OF REACH
ASHLEIGH GLEESON
SWIMMERS brave enough to take a dip
yesterday faced chilly conditions.
After a roasting hot Saturday,
temperatures plummeted more than 10C
yesterday to a Sydney maximum of 24C.
Ocean temperatures were just 17C in
Clovelly and 18.5C at Bondi.
And the explanation for the cold water is
down to the rotation of the earth.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Nick
Neynens said a “coriolis force” had pushed
the warm water out to sea.
“When you have these northerly winds
you would expect them to push the tropical
warm water to the south,” he said.
“But why that doesn’t happen is due to
what we call the coriolis force — so the
northerly winds are pushing the water
south but the earth’s rotation deflects that
to the left. That means the warmer water
gets pushed offshore.”
He said that because the warmer water
was getting pushed away, colder water
from deeper down was being brought to
the surface to replace it.
Sickening doctor fee rise
EXCLUSIVE
SUE DUNLEVY
SOME GPs are charging patients $120 for a standard consultation as the out-of-pocket
costs to see a doctor soar.
A new analysis of GP charges by Mind the Gap has found
at least six inner-city Sydney
clinics slugging patients more
than $100 for a consultation
and one GP charging $120.
That is 50 per cent more
than the $81 charge the AMA
recommends. Health Minister
Greg Hunt is upbeat that the
latest Medicare data shows the
number of GP services bulkbilled at no charge to the patient has risen to record levels
of 84.7 per cent.
However, the number of
services bulk-billed is not the
same as the number of patients
bulk-billed.
Health Department data
shows one in three are not
bulk-billed by their GP and the
latest Medicare data shows
these patients are paying on average over $36 out of their own
pocket to see a doctor after they
receive their Medicare rebate.
A Mind the Gap survey of
more than 200 GP clinics in
Sydney in December found the
gaps were even larger — more
than $62 at six clinics and $82
in the highest-charging clinic.
The soaring out-of-pocket
costs are due in part to the government’s four-year freeze on
Medicare rebates and are also
due to above-inflation fee rises.
Medicare rebates rose by
55 cents in July, from $37 to
$37.55, the first increase in four
years. But The Daily Telegraph can reveal the AMA recommended GPs raise their fees
by $2 on November 1 to $81.
“The indexation of Medicare was a step in the right direction,” Mind the Gap
founder James Gillespie said.
“However, the increase in
average private fees above
the indexation indicates that
it wasn’t adequate to cover ris-
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The AMA’s recommended
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MONDAY JANUARY 7 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
Seven die
on horror
weekend
MORE people have died on
NSW roads in the first week of
2019 than there have been days
of the year after seven people
lost their lives on the weekend.
Three people were killed in
two separate single-vehicle
crashes on country roads yesterday after four people died in
four crashes on Saturday.
The 2019 road toll stood at
11 dead last night just six days
into the New Year.
Two people were killed
when a car crashed after coming off the road west of Temora
near Wagga Wagga at 6.30pm.
The Holden Commodore
hit a tree before bursting into
flames. The driver died at the
scene, while a male passenger
was pulled free but also died.
North of Newcastle, an elderly female back seat passenger died and three other people
were seriously injured after a
car crashed into a tree at Tomago shortly after 5pm.
All four occupants were
trapped for nearly an hour
with the female passenger
dying after she was freed.
Another female passenger
sitting in the front seat was in a
critical condition in hospital,
while the male driver and a
male back seat passenger are
in serious conditions.
It is understood the four occupants were two couples travelling together.
On Saturday, a three-yearold girl was killed in a car crash
that left her mother and aunt
seriously injured at Wellington
50km south of Dubbo.
In other crashes, a man died
and five people were injured in
a head-on at Grafton, while
two other men died in crashes
at Young and Lucas Heights.
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Lessons in
top grades
EDUCATION
authorities
have condemned Labor’s
threat to restrict teaching degrees to only the top 30 per
cent of high school graduates.
Saying there was “a very
worrying trend” of those without direction entering teaching
courses, deputy Labor leader
Tanya Plibersek has proposed
restricting entry to those with
an ATAR above 80.
Australian
Council
of
Deans of Education president
Tania Aspland said teaching
students were not chosen on
ATAR alone, adding there was
no way they would be let loose
in classrooms unless they clear
a series of “difficult hurdles
during years of study”.
$2,629,920
NSW speed and red light cameras rake in $511,000 a
JANET FIFE-YEOMANS
MOTORISTS are riding a red
light and speed camera roller
coaster that is costing them
$511,472 a day, an investigation by The Daily Telegraph
can reveal.
The state’s most notorious
speed camera facing north on
the Eastern Distributor at Darlinghurst raked in $641,000 in
one month last year, yet just
$35,500 in another.
In other major anomalies,
the southbound speed camera
on Silverwater Rd, Silverwa-
ter, nabbed 84 speeding drivers in August last year and 75
in September but only two in
March and five in July.
When the speed limit on
one of Newcastle’s main arterial roads, Griffith Rd,
Lambton, was dropped by
10km/h in March last year, the
number of motorists caught
speeding shot up from 16 in
February to 1384 in May, costing drivers $256,014 that
month, according to Roads
and Maritime Services data.
With fixed speed and red
light cameras alone pouring
an incredible $139,120,454
into state coffers in nine
months of last year, lawyers
yesterday called for a statewide audit to ensure fairness
for motorists.
“There is clearly a significant disparity in the figures,”
Jasmina Ceic, a senior associate with law firm Nyman Gibson Miralis, said.
“It is not unreasonable to
assume that there are serious
problems with the function of
the cameras.”
The high-profile firm is
well known for successfully
having
camera-recorded
speed fines dropped on behalf
of drivers on grounds including technical faults.
“The RMS needs to disclose the frequency of calibration and the justification
for the disparity in figures
from month to month, as
NSW motorists are entitled to
know,” Ms Ceic said.
“It would be prudent in the
circumstances that a statewide audit be conducted to assure motorists that speed
cameras are performing the
deterrent function that they
were intended to perform.”
NRMA spokesman Peter
Khoury (pictured right) said
speed cameras saved lives but
it was essential that they
worked properly.
Data of all speed and red
light cameras across the state
between January and September last year shows 442,720
motorists were fined an average of $314 for each offence.
The fine for running a red light
is $405 and the loss of three demerits points. Speeding fines
start at $119 for motorists doing
less than 10km/h over the limit.
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LOBBY group GetUp! will today
launch a brutal reverse popularity
contest asking left-wing activists to
vote for which conservative politicians
they most want to see lose their job.
The Daily Telegraph can reveal
NSW Coalition MPs Angus Taylor,
Lucy Wicks and Craig Kelly are among
a growing list of conservatives GetUp!
wants to tear down at the upcoming
federal election. The organisation,
often accused of being a stalking horse
for Labor, has chosen 18 Coalition MPs
it claims belong to the “hard right” for
its supporters to select between.
Those who get the most votes will
be at the top of the hit list for the group
ahead of the election. Its website
claims the Coalition’s hard right was
holding back progress on the issues in-
cluding action on climate change and
evacuating the camps on Manus Island
and Nauru. “We won’t see the change
we need while the hard right still has
power,” it states.
MPs including Scott Morrison,
Peter Dutton and Tony Abbott made
the list because they have stood up for
border protection, the coal industry
and handing security agencies to intercept encrypted messages.
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FAST TRACK
Ryde Rd, West Pymble,
southbound. Total revenue:
Falcon St, Neutral Bay,
westbound. Total revenue:
Eastern Distributor,
Darlinghurst, northbound.
$1,994,947
$1,847,930
Total revenue:
$3,166,293
IN THE RED
Total motorists caught:
442,720
(speed and red light cameras
January-September 2018)
Total revenue:
$139,120,454
UPS & DOWNS
Highest revenue month:
September
$640,943
Most drivers caught:
in February
1862
George St,
Haymarket
The southbound speed camera
on Silverwater Rd, Silverwater
(above), nabbed 84 speeding
drivers in August last year and
75 in September but just two in
March and five in July.
Westbound on Pennant Hills
Rd at Pennant Hills, the speed
camera caught 448 motorists in
August 2018 and 416 in July but
only 211 in March.
Eastern Distributor
Elizabeth St, northbound.
Total revenue:
$2,669,195
M1 Princes Highway, Gwynneville,
(Wollongong) northbound. Total revenue:
$1,439,371
Cross City Tunnel westbound.
Total revenue:
$2,203,831
day but strange fluctuations spark calls for review
Among the consistently
highest-revenue cameras are
northbound in Elizabeth St,
Sydney where motorists paid
out $2,669,195.
Yet while the red light camera in January 2018 caught 567
drivers, in February 526 and in
September 408, the trend
ended abruptly in July when it
caught just 165.
The southbound speed
camera on Avoca St, Randwick caught 112 drivers in
April and 123 in June but the
numbers shot up to 726 in August and 546 in July.
On Anzac Pde, Moore
Park, the red light camera
regularly nabs around 200
motorists a month, with 289
caught in August with fines
totalling $161,728.
Yet in April, only 63 motorists were caught and in May
that was down to seven.
Westbound on Pennant
Hills Rd at Pennant Hills, the
speed camera caught 448 motorists in August and 416 in
July but only 211 in March.
Mr Khoury said the
NRMA campaigned successfully in recent years to ensure
cameras were calibrated and
audited annually because running a red light while speeding
was like playing Russian roulette with life.
“Speed cameras save lives
and it is essential they are
working properly,” he said.
He said that roadworks,
weather and excessive traffic
could be some reasons for the
massive anomalies but camera
hot spots should be looked at
to see if the location could be
made safer. “Let’s not take the
photos and send the fines, let’s
make the road safer,” he said.
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date of activation
within
the
month, traffic
flows through
the period, and
other impacts
such as school
holidays,” the
spokesman
said.
No explanations were
provided
for
the individual
anomalies.
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Hero plumber in coma after stabbing
BODY IN BURNT CAR
POLICE are investigating the grisly discovery of a
body that was found in a burnt out car in south
western NSW yesterday morning.
Officers were called to the Cobb Hwy, Booligal,
west of Griffith after the unidentified human remains were located in a white burnt-out Nissan
Tiida by a passer-by about 8am.
The remains have been examined and will undergo forensic analysis. Police are urging anyone
with dashcam vision or any information about the
white Nissan Tiida to contact Griffith Police or
Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
The $15 billion Pacific
Highway facelift has not only
reduced deaths and serious
accidents, it has cut the number of motorists speeding.
A Transport for NSW
spokesman said the calibration of NSW enforcement
camera systems was conducted in consultation with the
National Measurements Institute and met National Association of Testing Authorities
guidelines
“Variations in offences detected may be the result of
several factors, including the
Southbound on Sunnyholt Rd,
Blacktown (above), the red light
camera snapped 193 motorists
in August and 112 in September
but only 15 in March.
HENRY LYNCH
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Channell 7
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THE hero tradie who tried to stop a
knife-wielding attacker in Rockdale
on Friday remains in an induced
coma after undergoing a second
round of surgery.
Bexley plumber Hassan Rizk, 24,
was stabbed in his liver as he tried to
stop Aymen Fakah attempting to
carjack a taxi in West Botany St.
Fakah stabbed Mr Rizk (pictured) in the abdomen before
threatening taxi driver Saadi Alsamer and driving off in his cab.
Fakah later died from a self-inflicted stab wound to his chest after
being cornered by police.
Mr Rizk was rushed to St George
Hospital where he underwent emergency surgery.
He underwent a second opera-
tion on Saturday for a blood vessel
tear in his liver.
The family of Mr Rizk released a
photo of their son in hospital last
night. He is intensive care in a stable
condition.
Hassan’s father Ali Rizk said that
his son was raised to help others.
“I brought (my children) up in a
good way and taught them to help
people,” he said.
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Senator’s
taxpayer
cash grab
ANTHONY GALLOWAY
FEDERAL senator Fraser
Anning charged taxpayers to
attend a wild rally held by farright extremists.
Mr Anning defended his decision to go to the ugly event in
St Kilda on Saturday, which
featured protesters giving Nazi
salutes, saying he will charge
taxpayers for his flights to and
from Melbourne because he
was “on official government
b
business”.
“I didn’t
ggo there for a
p
picnic.
I was
n
not
going
d
down
there
f
for
fun. I
travelled
d
down
there
i
h people of
representing
the
Queensland,” Mr Anning (pictured) said.
The independent senator,
who was denounced for a racially charged speech in Parliament calling for a “final
solution” to the immigration
problem, also denied any of the
extremists were involved in
Nazi salutes, claiming anti-racism protesters were responsible. Mr Anning was filmed
at the rally alongside the United Patriots Front founder Blair
Cottrell, who has criminal
convictions and organised
the event.
Doubts on
SIDS cases
MANY Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome cases are in fact accidental suffocation by parents, siblings and even pets, a
new study has found.
Adelaide University academics have found one in six
baby deaths when co-sleeping
on a sloped surface such as a
sofa had been blamed on SIDS.
“At least a proportion of the
deaths that have been attributed to SIDS in these conditions
are likely to be due to asphyxiation or overlaying,” they said.
Professor Roger Byard said
parents must be warned about
the dangers of co-sleeping because of the dangers of suffocation not simply SIDS.
SHOCK TRAGEDY
Emergency
workers at the
t
scene, and
trying
g to repair
the fallen wires
wires,
after Hossam
Ibrahim (bel
(below)
was killed.
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picture:
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Neighbours tell of horror as family see dad electrocuted
DERRICK KRUSCHE
RESPECTED pharmacist
and business leader Hossam
Ibrahim was electrocuted in
front of his wife and three
children in what neighbours
said was a “horrific sight”.
The 38-year-old was
killed by downed power
lines in the driveway of his
Acacia Ave, Punchbowl
home after storms swept
across Sydney on Saturday.
His neighbour David
Andraos said he ran outside
after hearing a loud bang
about 10.30pm and warned
people to stay away — before he saw Mr Ibrahim
among the fallen wires
which had caught alight.
“I warned everyone to
stay away from the wires
and to not go near them,”
Mr Andraos said.
“He (Mr Ibrahim) was
out on his balcony with his
wife and kids and I’ve told
him as well — I don’t know
if he understood me or not.
“He’s walked straight
into the wire and planted
face-first into the ground.
“I tried to help him but
there was only so much I
could do, I couldn’t touch
him otherwise I would have
been right beside him.
“Everyone was screaming, it wasn’t a pleasant sight
— knowing I want to help
him but I couldn’t do anything to help him. His
clothes lit up (in) flames.
“His wife and kids saw
him get electrocuted, they
saw it right in front of them
… you heard the screaming
from blocks away. It was a
very horrific sight, seeing his
wife and kids yelling ‘Help
him, help him,’ knowing I
want to help him and can’t.”
Other witnesses said the
children tried to run to their
father but thankfully were
held back, preventing an
even greater tragedy.
Paramedics could not
reach Mr Ibrahim’s body
until after the power was cut.
It is not yet known what
caused the power lines to
fall. Residents said lightning
was seen in the area about
30 minutes earlier.
Resident Chamoun Harb
said that the fallen wires had
sparked small fires before
Mr Ibrahim approached —
despite his children pleading
with him to stay put.
“We were scared to go
down because of all the
wires ... it was very dark. (Mr
Ibrahim) was going out and
I heard his children saying
‘Don’t go Dad, don’t go Dad’
and he just walked … and
suddenly he got caught.”
Mr Ibrahim was a former
pharmacist in Egypt who
now worked in business development in the healthcare
sector. He had a masters in
leadership, recently starting
his PhD, and was known in
Punchbowl’s Middle Eastern
community as “Dr Hossam”.
He was also regularly involved in charity work, in
particular as chairman of
Islamic Relief Australia.
“He has been an incredible catalyst for change and
our primary supporter in
making us who we are
today,” an Islamic Relief
colleague said. The charity
yesterday tweeted: “We
mourn the passing of a great
humanitarian & will honour
his legacy in our work.”
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ANNABEL HENNESSY
Props reinforce the ceiling, wall panels are ripped out and residents’
belongings lie scattered inside Opal Tower. Pictures: Facebook
Outraged Opal Tower residents paying rent for wreckage
ANNABEL HENNESSY
& HENRY LYNCH
LANDLORDS who own
units at the defective Opal
Tower are still charging residents hundreds of dollars in
rent and refusing to let them
cancel their leases.
The Daily Telegraph has
obtained copies of an email
sent to one tenant from their
property manager stating
they will not terminate his
lease as requested because
the building has not been declared uninhabitable.
The newly built tower in
Sydney Olympic Park was
evacuated on Christmas Eve
after cracks were found in
the building.
The rental revelations
come as residents claim
they have had their apartments “torn apart” by builder Icon’s investigators,
damaging their belongings.
Icon has undertaken “investigative work” in at least
29 units and installed “propping” in another 15.
Photos from inside the
units taken by residents who
went back to collect their
belongings reveal walls
cracked open, carpet ripped
up and ceilings torn away.
One owner, who asked
not to be named, told The
Daily Telegraph that he had
only discovered his wall had
been cut open when he returned home to check on
the unit.
“I think they cut it to
How Opal
Tower used
to look.
check the structure,” he said.
“I don’t think the communication is good at all. We can
only get the latest news
from the media.”
Tenant Ehsan Jahananbish said that he was being
ACCC boss blames lack of resources
BODYGUARD MAY BE BOND
BODYGUARD heart-throb
Richard Madden could seal the
deal to become the next James
Bond if he wins a Golden
Globe today.
The Scottish star, 32, is
nominated for Best Actor in a
Television Drama for his role
in hit UK show Bodyguard.
Bond producers are on the
brink of approaching Madden
— who rose to fame as Rob
Stark in Game Of Thrones —
to take arguably the most famous role in film.
His portrayal in Bodyguard
of steely diplomatic protection
officer David Budd, as well as
his character’s steamy bedroom
antics, made him the bookies’
favourite to be the next 007. It is
understood producers are likely
to approach him if he becomes a
big name in Hollywood.
made to pay “around $600” a
week in rent, despite being
unable to live in his apartment. He contacted his agent
on January 3, but was told his
landlord refused to budge.
“The landlord does not
agree with the reduction or
termination of the rent,” he
said. “I cannot continue to
pay rent when I’m not getting use out of the unit.”
Information published by
Fair Trading on Opal Tower
states if the property is uninhabitable the tenant can
issue a termination notice.
Tenants’ Union Leo Patterson Ross said it was important to note that while
tenants were being given alternative accommodation
this was being provided by
the builder rather than the
landlord. He said tenants
should be given a rent reduction, given that the accommodation they were in
would not contain the same
facilities as their units.
BUILDING designers are calling for a mandatory registration scheme following fears
that current regulations mean
people without any qualifications can design buildings.
Building Designers Association of Australia director Ian
Bassett told The Daily Telegraph he was worried that current
regulations
meant
unqualified people were able to
advertise themselves as building designers.
“Electricians,
plumbers,
builders must be licensed and
architects must be registered.
This sounds very reassuring,
but in NSW the designers who
prepare documentation for
more than 90 per cent of all
residential dwellings in NSW
have no requirement for registration or assessment of their
competence to prepare those
designs,” Mr
Bassett said.
“In other
eastern states
— Tasmania,
Victoria and
Queensland
—
building
designers are
licensed and
the type of buildings that they
are permitted to design is
based on holding an appropriate qualification and assessed
competence. To design larger
projects requires a higher degree of competence.”
Mr Bassett said that licensed designers in other
states were also required to
hold appropriate professional
indemnity insurance and
undertake continuing professional development.
He said while there were restrictions in NSW on who can
design multistorey residential
buildings and medium-density
buildings, someone with no
qualifications could design a
commercial high-rise.
The Building Designers Association is lobbying for Fair
Trading to introduce a licensing regimen. Similar concerns
have been expressed that engineers have no formal system in
NSW to ensure professional
qualification and competence.
Mr Bassett said the group
also wanted more liability
placed on design consultants
and contractors to carry out inspections during construction.
NSW Better Regulation
Minister Matt Kean (pictured)
will soon respond to a national
report arguing for registration
of building practitioners.
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THE Australian Competition and
Consumer Commission says it has
been slow to react to potentially
illegal behaviour — or has even let
it slide altogether — because of a
lack of resources.
ACCC boss Rod Sims wants
more cash for a stronger investigative and legal strike power, prom-
ising to return the additional
funds, and then some, through increased fines on rogue operators.
“We can’t pursue everything
and that is due to a lack of resources, there is no doubt about that,”
Mr Sims yesterday told The Daily
Telegraph. “And matters we
should be moving quickly on we
can’t, because the teams are working on too many things.
“If we get more resourcing then
the government will get more
money in penalties.”
The Coalition government last
month announced a $9 million-ayear boost for the ACCC’s work on
cartels and anti-competitive conduct. But the ACCC appears to
want far more, and Labor is vowing
to double the ACCC war chest to
about $50 million a year if elected.
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DIY pill tests hit new high
Demand for at-home drug testing products soars after festival deaths
DERRICK KRUSCHE
SALES of do-it-yourself drug
testing kits are soaring in Sydney after a string of recent
deaths at music events.
But even those selling them
admit they should not be relied
on alone for safety, saying
“they’re better than nothing”.
An EZ Test “MDMA purity:
semi-quantitative test” kit purchased by The Daily Telegraph
at an Off Ya Tree store in Darlinghurst this week comes with
a vial for a user to put a sample
of the drug in to detect how
strong a cap or pill is. Other
kits on sale at the store purport
to test for the presence of certain chemicals in ecstasy pills,
including amphetamines and
PMA, which is known colloquially as “Dr Death”.
Businessman Steve Bourke,
who imports more than 2400
kits at a time from Dutch company EZ Test to be sold at 70
stores across NSW, said sales
have spiked by 110 per cent in
the last 12 months.
Mr Bourke has recently had
to take on more staff to cope
with the increased demand fol-
Pill test kits on sale in Sydney. Picture: Derrick Krusche
lowing
four
drug-related
deaths at NSW music festivals
in the past year.
“(The kits) give you knowledge about what’s in (a drug)
— it’s not to say you should put
it in your mouth,” he said.
“I think the power is within
the knowledge. I’ve heard people say it can’t save your life —
that’s rubbish … it’s better than
nothing.”
Mr Bourke said the MDMA
purity kit helped users identify
how strong a pill was.
“If we’re testing MDMA
caps and it comes back as the
highest category I just think
it’s really good to know that,
because someone can make a
decision on whether or not to
take it at all or only half.”
But the Australian Medical
Association has warned the
kits could lull drug users into a
“false sense of security”.
“I don’t think I would be ad-
vising the online purchasing of
equipment that hasn’t been
properly certified,” said AMA
NSW vice president Dr Danielle McMullen. “Generally,
things that are easily available
for at-home use are not as effective as bigger, more commercial-level pill testing.”
Dr David Caldicott, who
helped design a pill-testing
trial in Canberra, backed more
sophisticated testing. “One of
the biggest concerns we have is
you have pills that contain
MDMA and ecstasy but also
contain a different ingredient.”
Over-grown shipwrecks
in Homebush Bay.
Pictures: Toby Zerna
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HENRY LYNCH
THESE amazing photos captured by
drone show nature taking over old
ships and transforming them into
island forests in Homebush Bay.
Just 16km from the CBD, yet
unknown to many Sydneysiders, the
rusted wrecks are the remains of a
ship-breaking yard where once-mighty
navy vessels were broken up for scrap
metal right up until the 1970s. But long
abandoned and left for decades for
Mother Nature to take its course, the
ships have transformed into a haven
for birds after mangrove trees
sprouted through the hulls.
HMAS Karangi served in Darwin
toward the end of WWII, while its
neighbour the SS Ayrfield was a coal
ship for much of its life but took on US
troops in the Pacific during the war
SHOT AND SLASHED IN CAR
A DRIVER has been shot in
the leg and has had his arm
slashed with a knife during a
violent attempted robbery in
Sydney’s west.
Police say the 24-year-old
was sitting in his car on
Hawksview St, Merrylands,
about 7.40pm on Saturday
when three men walked up to
the vehicle and attacked him.
One man armed with a
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knife jumped into his passenger seat and demanded his
phone and wallet. The driver
fought off the intruder but his
arm was cut and he was shot in
the leg during the struggle.
He drove away and flagged
down a passing motorist, who
took him to hospital where he
remains in a stable condition.
Police said they believe the
attack was targeted.
.com.auraph
years — before both were left to rot in
Homebush Bay. Many ships were
stripped, in what was then an industrial
backwater where few people lived.
City of Sydney Historical Society’s
Betty Candy said that these are not the
only wrecks to be found in the area.
“There are heaps of ships there that
are below the water line,” she said.
“There’s at least five ships there that
I know of.”
Skydivers survive rocky descent
TAMSIN ROSE
A GROUP of skydivers are “very
lucky” to have walked away with
their lives after a light plane
crashed near a regional airport
southeast of Melbourne yesterday.
The pilot managed to guide the
plane between trees — avoiding
an aviation horror.
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sengers, three men and a woman
aged in their 20s and 30s, up to
skydive about 11.40am when the
Cessna aircraft failed.
The plane then crash-landed at
a nearby property, taking down
two fences, a gate and a small
gumtree before coming to a stop
on its side.
As soon as the plane skidded to
a halt the terrified passengers
rushed out of the plane as it leaked
fuel before firefighters arrived.
Victoria Police Acting Sergeant
Emily Stephens said the pilot did
an “amazing job” to avert a serious
crash from occurring.
“The pilot safely performed an
emergency landing. He has done
an absolutely amazing job. They
are all right. No doubt a bit of
shock will set in later,” she said.
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EDITOR-AT-LARGE
ROYALTY and rugby league
came together over a
mutual love of polo on the
Gold Coast yesterday when
the Queen’s granddaughter
Zara Tindall and NRL legend
Billy Slater took to the field.
“My competitive edge
definitely came out,” said
Slater after his 4-4 drawn
match against a team
captained by Winx’s regular
jockey Hugh Bowman.
“I had so much
adrenaline pumping that
riding around afterwards
was like the end of an Origin
game,” retired Melbourne
Storm and Queensland star
Slater said.
The third year of the
Pacific Fair Magic Millions
Polo attracted a crowd of
more than 3000 people to
watch stars including
Argentinian professional
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because it signified high testosterone and larger frames,
which may have given men an
evolutionary advantage.
But a new study found those
with a manly voice were also
less likely to get ill. Throat
swabs showed their bodily
defences were better equipped
to combat germs, a survival
advantage making such men
attractive to a potential mate.
JELLYFISH ‘EPIDEMIC’
MORE than 2500 people have been treated
for bluebottle stings on the Gold and Sunshine coasts in Queensland as the jellyfish
swarm beaches in record numbers.
Over the weekend, more than 2630 people
were stung with almost 1000 people hurt in a
matter of hours yesterday afternoon. Surf Life
Saving duty officer Jeremy Sturges said it was
an “epidemic”.
Snores bore holes in peaceful sleep
DEEP VOICES ARE HEALTHY
MEN with deep voices are
healthier, according to a study
that offers further reason for
the sex appeal of husky-toned
stars such as Idris Elba.
Scientists found that males
with lower voices had more
antibodies in their throats that
fight off infection.
It was previously thought
women found men with the
deepest timbre more attractive
Figueras said: “The fact
that you have two stars like
Billy Slater and Hugh
Bowman playing in a game
like this is just fantastic for
the sport.” The games were
organised by former
Australian polo captain Rob
Archibald, who had Mrs
Tindall on his team.
MURDERERS, rapists and
child sex offenders were
among the more than 300 foreign-born criminals living in
NSW who were kicked out of
Australia last year.
The Daily Telegraph can
reveal across the country last
year the federal government
stripped more than 800 crooks
of their visas.
Druggies and traffickers
were the crims most commonly booted out of NSW
with 54 sent packing, followed
by violent attackers (45) and
child sex offenders (25).
Between 2009 and 2013
Labor used the powers to cancel just 231 visas in NSW but
since the Coalition cracked
down on foreign felons more
than 1430 have been booted.
Nationally there has been a
seven-fold increase in visa
cancellations from 582 visas
under Labor to 4150 under the
Coalition.
Immigration
Minister
David Coleman said the government was sending a strong
message that law breakers are
not welcome in Australia.
“Foreign nationals who
think they can flout our laws
and harm Australian citizens
should expect to have their visa
cancelled,” Mr Coleman said.
“It is a privilege to enter and remain in Australia and we have
no tolerance for those who put
Australians in danger.”
Home Affairs Minister
Peter Dutton said the government was committed to pro-
tecting the community and
keeping Australians safe.
“We welcome people from
all around the world, but those
few who think they can live in
Australia and be involved in
criminal actions need to know
they won’t be staying long,” Mr
Dutton said.
In 2014 the Coalition introduced mandatory cancellation
provisions under the Migration Act, which means that
a non-citizen must have their
visa cancelled if they have
been sentenced to 12 months
or more imprisonment or convicted of a sexual crime against
a child.
The government hopes to
further strengthen its power to
refuse and cancel visas by
specifying a list of crimes in
law to remove any ambiguity
for Home Affairs officers.
The changes are expected
to be debated when parliament
resumes next month. A Senate
committee including Labor
members backed the amendment, which “strikes the appropriate balance between the
protection of the Australian
community and the rights of
non-citizens who have committed criminal acts”.
However, the Greens do not
support the changes, claiming
that they “will lower an already
low bar for refusing or cancelling the visas of non-citizens
for reasons … such as sharing
intimate images, verbally
threatening someone, associating with members of a gang,
or holding a rock in a threatening way”.
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A PEACEFUL night’s sleep is becoming rarer after scientists discovered that heavy snorers have
almost doubled in number over
the past 20 years.
Experts at London’s Royal National Throat, Nose & Ear Hospital say soaring obesity rates and
smartphone use could be behind
the rise in rates of severe snoring.
They found 7 per cent of the
population have sleep apnoea, the
most severe form of “sleep disordered breathing”, compared to
less than 4 per cent two decades
ago. Researchers examined 1239
adults and found almost four in 10
snore at least three nights a week,
with men the worst offenders.
In findings published in the
journal Sleep Medicine, they suggest increases in obesity and the
use of smartphones may help explain the rise.
“Our results suggest that sleep
disordered breathing is widely
under-diagnosed and, taking into
account adverse health effects
caused by untreated obstructive
sleep apnoea, this indicates an urgent need for policy makers to increase efforts addressing this
problem,” the report’s authors said.
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Shut it, virtue daddy
Father Rod Bower, a leading spiritual guide to Australia’s never-practical, everpious social justice scolds, finally takes his holy leftist roadside message too far
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Our nation’s border
protection policies,
once decried overseas
but now envied and
emulated, save lives.
t certainly helps, when aiming to
become Australia’s prime virtue
signaller, if you have at your disposal an actual virtue signal.
That’s what Father Rod
Bower has established outside his little Anglican church in Gosford, north
of Sydney. The left’s favourite Godbotherer uses the building’s standard
church noticeboard as a broadcasting
beacon for every dopey leftist piety
you can imagine.
You name the issue and Godly Rod
has thrown up something reflexively
smug and superior about it on his personal signal of virtue.
“Bless the burqa”, “Jesus had 2
dads and he turned out OK”, “We
seem to have forgotten all about climate change”, “Supporting Safe
Schools program”, and so on.
It’s basically a drive-by guide to
predictable social justice commentary
for people without enough time to
read the Guardian.
Naturally, Bower’s short-form
sanctimony has won him a considerable measure of fame. He frequently
turns up on television and in print,
and presently is pushing an autobiography titled Outspoken.
The cover displays Bower’s celebrated sign (“All justice is social”) and
Bower himself.
Rod’s big thing is refugees.
In 2017 he chained himself to
the gates of Kirribilli House
as part of a “Love Makes
A Way” protest against
the treatment of asylum
seekers in Nauru and on
Manus Island.
“We chain ourselves
not only to the gate, but
to the Manus men,”
Bower announced on
Facebook. “All humanity is connected,
and when one suffers,
we all suffer.”
Being chained to Rod
would be a level of suffering unknown to those
Manus men. You’d almost pity them.
For that matter, you’d pity
those poor Kirribilli House gates,
which have done nothing at all to deserve such indignity.
Father Bower is plainly a virtue
signalling champion, but social justice
warfare is a competitive caper. Recently the Gosford sign socialist
found himself beaten to the punch by
Melbourne Catholic priest Father
Bob Maguire, whose former television popularity was due to people
thinking they were looking at a magical talking Cabbage Patch doll.
“The tweets with haunting photos
of Auschwitz camp remind me of
tweeted photos of refugees detained
Manus,” Father Bob announced.
This absurd comparison forced
Bower to go one step further. Last
week Bower put these words up on his
holy sign:
“Manus is how the Holocaust
started.”
Bower later admitted that this ludicrously fact-free sign only stood “for
the time it took to take the photo”,
which he subsequently posted on
Twitter.
There he added a weasel clause:
“What we have done on Manus does
not necessarily lead to the Holocaust
but it is a necessary step on the
path to that particular hell.”
Nice try, pal.
Rod’s the sort of bloke
who’d yell “fire!” in a crowded
theatre and then, during the
resultant chaos, whisper to himself:
“Of course, it could have been a flashlight. Or maybe a mobile phone. Resume your seats, people. No need to
panic.”
Rational people didn’t buy Bower’s
assertion or attached rationalisation.
Understandably, criticism from
Jewish groups was especially acute.
Following a few days of dodging and
weaving, Bower offered a semi-apology on Facebook.
It was a masterwork of blathering
leftist evasion.
“Several days ago, I attempted to
explore something of the sociological
phenomenon of ‘otherising’ and dehumanisation that I have observed in
the way Australia has dealt with asy-
lum seekers,” Bower wrote.
“In so doing I mentioned the
Holocaust and some sections of the
Jewish Community found this deeply
offensive.
“I acknowledge that my attempt to
explore this issue was clumsy and I
am sorry for the offense caused.”
Explorer Rod, the Burke and Wills
of otherising and dehumanisation,
wasn’t done yet. He felt obliged to
chuck in a mini-homily to the god of
diversity:
“The last few days have highlighted and affirmed for me the importance of respectful dialogue in
ensuring that diverse groups of people can live together in harmony.”
Alert readers may notice, however,
that Bower did not extend his polysyllabic partial apology to those he’d
smeared as supporters or enablers of a
Nazi-like regime.
As The Australian’s Chris Kenny
pointed out, Bower “needs to apologise to Papua New Guinea and Australia and their peoples, and just
admit the clear distinction between
killing people and caring for them.”
Australians are broadly supportive
of strong border protection and
know that offshore detention is a
vital component of that protection.
They also know that any weakening of border protection will invite the revival of the peoplesmuggling industry — an industry
that during Labor’s reign condemned at least 1200 asylum seekers to death at sea.
If Australians truly wanted to
engineer a Holocaust-style program aimed at asylum-seeker
eradication, they would not have
elected a government sworn to
stopping the boats.
If death is the aim, then people smuggling is the perfect
strategy.
Our nation’s border protection policies, once decried overseas but now envied and
emulated, save lives by deterring
deadly risk-taking.
Our policies are a humanitarian response to a problem that
had it continued would have killed
further thousands.
Father Rod Bower is welcome to
put that on his church sign, but for
two issues.
One, it’s too long.
And two, it’s true. In the kooky
realm of virtue signalling, that’s an
automatic disqualification.
Government shutdown is best for both worlds
U
S President Donald Trump
is delivering the best possible outcome to both his
detractors and supporters.
Trump
last
week
claimed he could continue his current
government shutdown for “months
or even years”. For Trump fans, who
are generally against big government,
this is great news.
And Trump foes, too, ought to be
equally happy. The government they
hate, or at least the government that
is led by someone they hate, isn’t
doing anything.
It’s as close to a Trumpless nation
as the US has been since election day
in 2016. But even this isn’t enough to
cheer up the anti-Trump brigade,
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who’ve been veering daily from depression to hysteria for more than
two years now.
The President himself seems to be
getting into the shutdown spirit.
After some newspapers claimed
Trump administration officials would
receive a pay raise while many federal
workers were not being being paid at
all, he cheerfully froze all pay to his
Vice-President Mike Trump, members of the White House Cabinet and
numerous political appointees.
Trump, of course, accepts just $1
per year. He’d originally vowed to
take no salary at all but it turned out
that Article II of the US Constitution
demands a President be paid.
He’ll keep earning his dollar until
2020 and probably for four years beyond, seeing as Democrat senator Elizabeth Warren is now the most
prominent of Trump’s likely presidential opponents.
Warren, you’ll recall, is the lilywhite lady who previously claimed a
meaningful level of Cherokee ancestry. Taunted by Trump, who dubbed
her “Pocahontas”, Warren last year
sought a DNA test.
That test put her actual Native
American component between 1/64
and 1/1024. At most, the senator was
1.6 per cent Native American. At least,
she was down at just .09 per cent.
On a trip to Iowa on the weekend,
Warren was asked about her DNA
test during a town-hall meeting.
“I’m glad you asked. I genuinely
am,” she said, which is usually the sort
of thing people say when they really
don’t want to hear that particular
question for the rest of their lives.
Then came an example of vague,
hopeless political-speak that explains
why non-politician Trump was elected in the first place.
“I’m not a person of colour. I’m not
a citizen of a tribe,” Warren said.
“Tribal citizenship is very different
from ancestry. Tribes and only tribes
determine tribal citizenship and I respect that difference.”
She’s a rich old white woman.
Warren talking about tribes is like
an Australian batsman talking about
centuries. There is no connection be-
tween speaker and subject. Meanwhile polls show nearly 80 per cent of
Americans endorse Trump’s attitude
towards border security. Close to
70 per cent of Democrats are among
those who agree that the US requires
strong borders.
Last month, a triple-amputee Iraq
War veteran named Brian Kolfage
opened a GoFundMe page seeking
cash to finance Trump’s wall on the
US border with Mexico.
Late yesterday the total of donations stood at more than $27 million
Australian dollars, or close to
$US20 million.
Defeating that pro-Trump mood
won’t be easy.
It might not even be possible.
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Q: to IB or
not to IB?
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Elite students shun the HSC
CHRISTOPHER HARRIS
STUDENTS at private schools are
increasingly choosing to do the
International Baccalaureate over
the Higher School Certificate —
and the choice is paying off.
But education experts say while
the international alternative is an
option for high achievers, average
students should stick with the HSC.
This year the number of students
in Australia opting to do the IB rose
by 13 per cent, from 2408 students in
2017 to 2728. Of those, 92.65 per cent
passed — which is significantly
higher than the international pass
rate of 68.73 per cent.
Grattan Institute education researcher Peter Goss said the reason
for Australia’s high success rate was
because those doing the IB in Australia were the best students, typically attending top private schools
in advantaged areas.
He said for academically gifted
students the IB score would translate favourably into an Australian
Tertiary Admissions Rank, but
warned average achievers should
stick with the HSC.
“If you’re a student who is going
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to do pretty averagely, they’re not
going to do really well and you have
a chance of really bombing in the
IB,” he said.
“For students who are going to
do pretty well, and are willing to
work hard, then the IB translates
pretty favourably. It seems like if
you’re good at cramming that might
help you in the HSC, but it is not
going to help you in the IB.”
In NSW, only private school students can choose to do the IB. They
must study a foreign language,
maths, English, and subjects in the
humanities and science. The only
HSC mandatory subject is English.
At Ravenswood School for Girls
at Gordon on the north shore, onethird of the 31 students who sat the
IB received a score of 40 or above —
the equivalent of a 98.25 ATAR.
The school’s vice-captain Tess
Webster achieved 44 out of 45, two
points off the perfect score of 99.95.
She said the diploma rewarded
candidates who worked consistently
over two years. “It was definitely
challenging, there was a lot of demands on your time,” she said. “But
if you invest the time, your hard
work is rewarded a bit more fairly.”
A MAN was killed when his
car hit a tree and burst into
flames yesterday.
The crash happened about
6.30am on Freeman Rd at
Inala, southwest of Brisbane.
A Queensland Fire and
Emergency Service said that
the vehicle was “fully involved” in fire when crews arrived and the driver could not
be saved.
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are appealing for anyone with
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such as Disney and WarnerMedia expected to launch their
own services later this year.
That doesn’t just mean
more competition. The new
options will also “lock up”
many popular shows and movies that are now more widely
available on services such as
Netflix and Amazon.
And it means consumers
will face a bewildering array of
new choices and likely new
expenses in paying for multiple
streaming services.
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My body’s left
in tatters
Botched laser law suit
EXCLUSIVE
ASHLEIGH GLEESON
A WOMAN who says she
was left with scarring after
trying to get paw print tattoos lasered off her breasts
has settled with a clinic for an
undisclosed amount after
taking the matter to court.
Jessica McKenzie, 28, got
two “cute” tatts, about the
size of 50 cent coins, emblazoned on her cleavage when
she was 18.
But as she grew older she
decided “it wasn’t me anymore” and that she had outgrown them, a hearing in the
District Court Civil at John
Maddison Tower heard.
At age 24 Ms McKenzie
decided to book in with Results Laser Clinic Pty Ltd’s
Blacktown business to get
them removed.
“It did say they were the
leading company in Australia, that obviously was the
number one thing … they advertised it as a really good
service,” she told the court.
“They had before and
after pictures on there … people with good results … tattoos gone.”
Ms McKenzie said there
were warnings on the website
about side effects like bleeding, scabbing, redness and
blistering but “nothing about
scarring”. She said she was
told she would need 10 to 12
treatments.
Ms McKenzie told the
court that it was after the
third treatment she “started
realising this wasn’t normal”.
“How it was looking, so
the fact it wasn’t even. There
was only parts of the tattoo
that had been removed. The
rest of it was very white in
colour. And from my re-
Jess McKenzie
sued after a
botched tattoo
removal.
Picture:
Damian Shaw
search it should have been a
gradual fade,” she said.
“Were you worried at that
point?” her barrister John
Michie asked.
“Yes,” she said.
Ms McKenzie, who is
suing the laser clinic for
damages, went on to
have two surgeries to remove the tattoos and
now has two vertical
scars on her breasts,
the court heard.
She broke down
in tears when looking at photographs of her
breasts in court.
“I used to be
happy, I used
to love my
body,
love
myself,” she
said.
“I’m
self-cons c i o u s
about anything to do
with that
area. And
probably
will
be
forever. I
hate it.”
During
cross examination Results Laser Clinic’s
barrister put to her that an
employee at the clinic had
explained over the phone
some of the risks could include scarring.
“No,” Ms McKenzie replied.
He also submitted that Ms
McKenzie signed a consent
form which included scarring
as a rare side effect. However
the court heard no signed
form could be produced.
The parties settled outside
of court on the second day of
the hearing.
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Kidney research is a growth area
A YOUNG boy was lucky to be
alive after riding on a car roof
along a major freeway.
Police yesterday questioned
a woman, 36, after the fouryear-old child was spotted on
top of the Holden Captiva on
the freeway southeast of Perth
on Friday. Security vision
shows the child, wearing a
nappy, sitting on the roof rack
as it drove through suburban
streets.
Motorists managed to get
the attention of the driver who
stopped and placed the boy —
unrestrained — in the car, with
two other children, before
driving away.
Police investigations were
continuing yesterday.
AN Australian researcher has
been given the green light for
a radical project to turn
human stem cells into minikidneys as a lifesaving alternative for renal replacement
and dialysis.
Professor Melissa Little,
from the Murdoch Children’s
Research Institute in Melbourne, aims to use stem cells
to develop kidneys with functioning tissue that are able to
expand and function after
being transplanted into the
human body.
A breakthrough in this
area would allow for stem
cells to be put into humans
and develop into fully functioning kidney tissue.
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ANTHONY GALLOWAY
Professor Melissa Little.
Researchers have previously been able to implant
stem cells to help regenerate
damaged kidneys, but this
would be the first time they
are used to create new kidneys inside the body.
Prof Little has been given
almost $1 million from the federal government to undertake
the groundbreaking project.
“What we have figured out
is how to encourage these
stem cells to remake kidney
tissue in the laboratory,” Prof
Little said. “We actually hope
to make new kidney tissue for
transplantation into patients.
The question is: can we make
enough filtering units to make
it function well enough to be a
benefit?”
Chronic kidney disease is a
growing problem in Australia
and throughout the world,
with only one in four patients
receiving a renal transplant
For those who don’t, dialysis
is the only option and this
doesn’t do the work of a fully
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Six kids die
in bus crash
NEW DELHI: Six schoolchildren
and their bus driver have been
killed after their vehicle rolled
down a gorge on a hilly road in
northern India.
Another 12 children were
sent to hospital with injuries
after the school bus skidded off
the road in Himachal Pradesh
state, police said. A spokesman
said three students aged five to
14 and the driver died on the
spot. Three other students died
later in a hospital.
Around 150,000 people die
every year on India’s roads,
often because of reckless driving, badly maintained roads
and overcrowded vehicles. In
September, 55 people were
killed when a bus carrying
Hindu pilgrims in the hills of
south India plunged off a road.
Population
to plummet
BEIJING: China’s population is
set to reach a peak of 1.442 billion in 2029 before starting a
long period of “unstoppable”
decline in 2030, according to
new research.
And a report says the
world’s most populous nation
must now draw up policies to
try to cope with a declining labour force and a rapidly ageing
population.
Growth in the working
population has already stagnated, the report from the
China Academy of Social Sciences said.
China’s population is expected to fall back to 1.36 billion by the middle of the
century, it said, which could
mean a decline in the workforce of as much as 200 million.
SLAUGHTERED
Three shot dead as bowling alley dispute turns deadly
LOS ANGELES: Three men
have been shot dead after a
brawl at a popular bowling
alley and karaoke bar erupted
into gunfire that had children
running for their lives.
Police in the coastal city of
Torrance, California, responding to calls of shots fired at the
Gable House Bowl. They
found seven people with gunshot wounds.
Three men were pronounced dead at the scene and
two were taken to a hospital,
Sergeant Ronald Harris said.
Two other men were struck by
gunfire but “opted to seek
their own medical attention”.
Authorities have not identified the victims nor suspects
or released details about what
led to the shooting. However,
witnesses said it stemmed
from a fight between two
large groups.
Dwayne Edwards, 60, of
Los Angeles, said he got a call
from his nephew that his 28year-old son, Astin Edwards,
was one of those killed. His
nephew told him his son was
attempting to break up a fight
when a gunman “just started
unloading”.
“I’m thinking this is a
dream and I’ll wake up,” Mr
Edwards said. “He was a good
kid. I don’t understand it.”
A grieving mother told
local television her 28-yearold son Robert Meekins was
also trying to break up the
fight. “They were friends, so I
Police at the scene of the Torrance bowling alley shooting.
know he probably jumped in
and helped Astin and whoever
he was with … but I don’t think
my son deserves to die,” Anglean Hubbard said. “My son
was a loving person. He loved
life, he loved his son, and he
loved his family. Nobody can
imagine what I’m going
through right now.”
The third victim was 20year-old Michael Radford, his
sister Latrice Dumas said.
Wes Hamad, a 29-year-old
Torrance resident, said he was
at the bowling alley with his
13-year-old niece and cousin
when he saw a “huge fight”
break out. He said the brawl,
which lasted about five minutes, blocked the entrance and
spiralled
into
“complete
chaos”. “I grabbed my niece
and started running toward
the far end of the bowling
alley,” he said. “As we were
running, we heard 15 shots.”
As he was leaving, Mr
Hamad said he saw a woman
weeping over a man who was
had gunshot wounds to his
head and neck.
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PHOENIX: Police have launched
a sex assault investigation after
a woman who has been in a
vegetative state in a nursing
home for more than a decade
gave birth to a baby boy.
Staff were said to be unaware the woman, believed to
be aged 20, was pregnant until
shortly before the baby was
due. The unnamed patient, who
has required around-the-clock
care since she nearly drowned
in a childhood accident, gave
birth on December 29.
Hacienda
HealthCare,
which runs the nursing facility
in Phoenix, Arizona, said it was
co-operating with the authorities over the “deeply disturbing
incident”. The company said
many people had access to the
woman’s room.
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SALZBURG: Heavy snow has caused
travel chaos in parts of Germany and
Austria — and made this little boy’s
morning chores even more difficult
than normal.
Authorities closed roads and train
routes because of avalanche danger
and airports reported weatherrelated cancellations in the blizzards.
Munich Airport, Germany’s
second biggest, said 120 flights were
New year, same old story for Macron
OBAMA WHITE HOUSE TIP
WASHINGTON:
Michelle
Obama is being tipped to follow in her husband’s footsteps
and run as the Democrat candidate in the 2020 US presidential race.
Highly placed Washington
insiders believe Mrs Obama’s
sky-high approval ratings with
voters — with polls regularly
rating her more popular than
Donald Trump — will prompt
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senior Democrats to urge her
to reconsider.
It follows the success of her
memoir Becoming, which has
topped the bestseller lists. Her
husband Barack’s rise to become the US’s first black President began in 2006 with the
publication of his book The
Audacity Of Hope, followed
the next year by his decision to
run for the White House.
cancelled and others were delayed
while workers cleared runways of
snow and removed ice from planes
on Saturday.
Austrian trains were suspended
due to the risk of avalanche, and
the small village of St Johann was
evacuated due to the same concerns.
Significant snowfall is forecast for
southern Germany, Austria and
Switzerland in coming days.
Michelle
Obama.
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PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron has promised that
justice “will be done” after the first
Yellow Vest protests of the new
year were again marked by violent
clashes in Paris.
Some 50,000 protesters took to
the streets, pointing to something
of a revival for the protests after
declining numbers in the last
weeks of 2018.
Macron had offered an expensive package of tax cuts and pay bonuses to appease those demanding
improved living standards.
But on Saturday protesters
clashed with police on the Seine
riverside and on a pedestrian
bridge. Footage showing a man
taking on riot police with his bare
hands, and other protesters forcing them back, attracted more
than 1.7 million views online. In
another clip a figure wearing the
same clothing was seen kicking a
policeman on the ground.
“Once again an extreme violence has attacked the Republic, its
guardians, its representatives, its
symbols,” Macron said on Twitter,
adding: “Justice will be done.” He
has promised a national debate on
the issues raised by the movement.
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Little love
for Today’s
new line-up
N
ine’s
new-look
Today breakfast
line-up has gone
down like a lead
balloon, with fans
taking to social
media to slam the
network.
Executives
have
been
scrambling to lock in Georgie
Gardner and Deb Knight as
co-hosts and Tom Steinfort as
newsreader for the beleaguered morning panel show,
which has haemorrhaged ratings over the past year.
Karl
Stefanovic
was
dumped last month, days after
he married Jasmine Yarbrough
in a lavish Mexico wedding. His
brother Pete was moved on
from Weekend Today, replaced
by David Campbell.
“Absolute disgrace,” viewer
Cathrine Braley wrote on the
Today Facebook page. “Georgie should be the one that’s
fired. Channel 9 you’ve ruined
a perfect show.”
Donna Osborne wrote
“you have lost Me”, while Lisa
Whittaker lamented executives should “bring back Karl”
as it “wasn’t boring with him”.
Lauren Spills added: “You
dug your own grave. Absolutely zero respect for today
execs. Georgie reminds me of
Cersei Lannister.”
Fans have also been asking
what Nine did with sports reporter Tim Gilbert, as the network has failed to address
moving him off the show.
Sylvia Jeffreys, also shafted
but expected to host her own
prime time show this year, was
also not mentioned in the press
release for the new line-up.
Nine had previously trumpeted that Richard Wilkins
would be working on both
Today and Today Extra alongside new recruit Brooke
Boney, but he only scored a
cursory mention in the release
while his younger replacement
was front and centre.
While Nine has spun its announcement as a first on Australian breakfast TV — two
women in the hosting chair —
many online critics are female.
Confidential couldn’t also
help but notice Nine’s press release had Gardner in the centre with Knight and Steinfort
behind her. It has previously
been reported Gardner was instrumental in Stefanovic’s
ousting from the show.
“Won’t be watching, can’t
stand either of the female
hosts,” Cathy Adrian-Goodmanson wrote.
“Deb Knight is soooo boring, GG is miss prig, fence sitter who thinks she’s toooooo
good, nope you’ve blown it
channel 9 bye bye.”
The new Today
team of Deb
Knight, Georgie
Gardner and
Tom Steinfort.
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with
Glenn A Baker
IT was the calm before the
storm so to speak for Nicole
Kidman as the Hollywood Alister stepped out for a preGolden Globes party yesterday.
The 51-year-old is Australia’s
big hope for glory at the awards
in Los Angeles today.
Fellow Aussies Troye Sivan
and Yvonne Strahovski are
also nominated for best song
and supporting actress in a TV
drama in The Handmaid’s Tale.
Kidman hosted the Gold
Meets Golden pre-Golden
Globes soiree at The House on
Sunset in LA yesterday and is
nominated for best actress in a
motion picture for Destroyer,
against A Star is Born favourite
Lady Gaga.
Glenn Close, Melissa
McCarthy and Rosamund Pike
are also in the category.
Sacha Baron Cohen
meanwhile is nominated for
best actor in a musical or
comedy series for his
controversial show, Who Is
America? He and wife Isla
Fisher (below) attended a
BAFTA Los Angeles pre-Golden
Globes Tea Party yesterday.
Rising tennis
star signs up
for ace deal
AUSTRALIA’S teenage tennis
ace Alex de Minaur is also
scoring aces off the court.
The 19-year-old who is expected to gain a seeding for
the Australian Open, has
signed his first major sponsorship deal as the 2019 brand
ambassador for supplements
brand Swisse Wellness.
“It
“ gives me a
lot
lo of confidence going
into the
year,” de
M
Minaur said.
“I’m extremely
“I
grateful for them
grate
showing me the interest and
helping me out pretty much
when my career is starting.’’
De Minaur, who is mentored by Davis Cup captain
Lleyton Hewitt, was the joint
winner of last year’s Newcombe Medal.
“At the end of the day it’s
still the same me and I’m
going to be doing the same old
things, worrying about each
day,” he said. “As long as I can
keep trying to improve each
day and put in the hard work
the results will show.”
Robbed Mike
is a ‘forgiver’
RADIO host Mike Hammond
has shared his experience of
being robbed at gunpoint in
Brazil. Holidaying in South
America, the former Good
raMorning Australia host wrote
on Facebook:
“Cost ??? a
phone and
some cash but
d
no harm … and
an education (I
guess) which is what travelling
the world is all about.”
He was in Vitoria, Brazil,
when the incident took place
this week. “I’m fine. I’m blessed. I forgive,” he wrote.
Including
Cleveland
Woodstock
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new dad Kris
Smith were
among a cavalcade of
royalty, sports stars
and celebrities at
the Pacific Fair
Magic Millions Polo
on the Gold Coast
yesterday.
The Queen’s
granddaughter
Zara Tindall
and former
England
rugby player
husband Mike
flew in for the event,
which launches the
week-long The Star
Gold Coast Magic Millions Carnival.
On the polo field Argentinian star
Nacho Figueras and wife Delfina
Blacquier, who Gwyneth
Paltrow called an “amazing”
woman, were joined by
jockeys Hugh Bowman,
Tommy Berry and
Corey Brown.
Also playing were
retired Melbourne Storm
and Queensland State of
Origin captain Billy
Slater and his wife
Nicole. The pair met at
pony club as teenagers.
“There was a pretty
good ratio of girls to boys
so I got a good one,” Slater
laughed.
Magic Millions co-owners
Katie Page and Gerry Harvey were
joined in the VIP
marquee by old pal
John Singleton.
Swimming
legend Dawn
Fraser, a keen
rider in her
youth, said: “I
would love
to have a go
at the polo but I
think I really need
to settle down.”
Earlier in the day, a
pre-polo brunch
was held at The
Star’s Nineteen bar
and restaurant
overlooking the
Gold Coast.
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Outside-the-box approach
has some serious flaws
O
ver the long term,
humans tends to be
consistent.
It can sometimes
take many decades
for behavioural characteristics
across large groups of people to
alter in any significant way.
Therefore, when a particular
NSW speed camera catches so
many speeding motorists within
a month that fines of more than
$640,000 are handed out, it
seems reasonable to expect
other months in the same year
to deliver similar results.
Perhaps the amount will vary
from month to month by a few
per cent. But overall, given the
same traffic on the same road,
any month should pretty much
catch as many speeding drivers
as any other month.
But that is not happening.
The speed camera in question, in the Eastern Distributor
at Darlinghurst heading north,
during one month last year
raked in $641,000 worth of
fines. But in another month it
dished out fines of just $35,000.
That erratic Darlinghurst
speed camera is not an isolated
case. The southbound speed
camera on Silverwater Road,
Silverwater, caught 84 speeding
drivers in August last year and
75 in September but only two in
March and five in July.
Clearly, something is up with
these cameras. The discrepancy
in detected offences cannot in
any probability be explained by
sudden seismic behavioural
shifts by drivers.
There is no way that drivers
can veer so suddenly from being
fanatically law-abiding to being
sufficiently above the speed
limit to attract official attention.
“There is clearly a significant
disparity in the figures,” Jasmina Ceic, a senior associate
with law firm Nyman Gibson
Miralis, said.
“It is not unreasonable to assume,” Ceic continued, phrasing
matters with an admirable caution, “that there are serious
problems with the function of
the cameras.”
The Daily Telegraph understands the need to curb unsafe
and inattentive driving, and
therefore supports the sensible
deployment of speed cameras
and other means of keeping
drivers below our speed limits.
But if these cameras are unreliable, then it calls into question
the accuracy of detected speeding offences.
These devices should have a
proven record of reliability and
trustworthiness.
The NSW government ought
to at least consider reviewing
their speed cameras.
Pony power beats the bats
L
et’s talk about anything except cricket. Please.
Instead of cricket, let’s talk about the great egalitarian
pastime of … polo.
It isn’t every day that polo features prominently in The Daily
Telegraph, but then again it isn’t every day that NRL great Billy
Slater tries his hand at the game.
By all accounts, long-time riding devotee Slater proved more
than useful. “Riding around afterwards was like the end of an
Origin game,” the retired Queensland captain said.
An Australian sportsman doing well. A rare occasion.
If pocket pain persists …
M
ost Australians are
doing reasonably well at
present.
Unemployment is down and the economy
continues singing.
But for Australians on the
margins, and that is not a small
fraction of the population, matters are such that difficult choices have to be made.
During the winter, demand
for clothing from charities
soared as families struggled to
pay heating costs. For some,
evenings involved a choice between warmth and food.
Choices are also being made
in other areas where cost should
not be a factor. As The Daily
Telegraph reveals, some Australians are now avoiding medical
care as the cost of visiting a doctor hits new peaks.
Some GPs are now charging
patients $120 for a consultation.
One in three patients are paying
on average more than $36 out of
their own pockets for each visit
to their local GP.
Little wonder, then, that people are bypassing GPs in preference for dropping in at hospital
emergency departments.
Decisions
about
health
should not require worry about
covering health costs.
Robert Gamble, Eastwood
etc. Yippee! (How will this benefit
the economy, Bill?)
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Rogic casts
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Slow one day,
fast the next
While our current cricket Test team
wallows in confusion, former
dynamic Test vice-captain David
Warner has very prudently
maintained a stoic silence regarding
the circumstances of his
disqualification in March last year,
unlike his two compatriots who
have whimpered recently about not
wanting to know and just following
instructions by someone else.
Clearly something is in serious
disarray in the ranks, when our
supposed top side flounders so
desperately. It is surely a sign of
changing times as the grassroots
base is becoming very seriously
eroded by a major demographic
shift within our nation.
Cricket has been undergoing a
change in attitude for some time,
with a sinister increase in personal
sledging and on-field theatrics for
the benefit of the audience
becoming as dominant as skills with
the bat and ball, while at the same
time enduring a vehement “win-atall-costs” demand from those in
charge back in the board room, all of
which had the potential to push the
players to an outside-the-box
approach, which fostered a rather
silly idea to interfere with the ball,
despite the knowledge that cameras
would be watching from all angles.
There have been other notable
incidents of actions outside the box
deemed “just not cricket”, such as
the famous underarm final-ball
delivery.
Australia is currently floundering
at a low score, forcing us to think
Warner may be the last of a kind, as
far as batting is concerned. It is best
he maintains his stony silence and
from March lets his bat do the
talking.
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Packed to the rafters
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
to
Rogic brings his Celtic form
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
in
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Alex De Minaur.
De Minaur
ace in pack
PANTSED
DETAILS have emerged of bowling
a
coach David Saker unleashing
at his
dressing-room spray aimed
were
underperforming bowlers who by
SCG
humiliated on day two at the
Indian master Cheteshwar Pujara
and keeper Rishabh Pant.
It’s also been claimed members
clash of
of the bowling attack had a
the field
opinions with Tim Paine on
over plans — that has been refuted
by the captain.
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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
i
four places ahead of Kyrgios,
the man to carry Australia’
flag at tennis majors.
“Alex, he’s got a differen
approach to the game (tha
Nick), he’s very competitiv
he likes to play well every tim
he plays,” Rosewall said.
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the court, he’s 100 per cen
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Saturday’s back page.
Generation
fault put to
the Test
The current state of our Test
team can be put down to one
thing — a succession plan was
never put in place to be ready
for when our past greats were
ready to retire.
Cricket Australia knew years
in advance that they would
eventually retire but did
nothing to prepare the next
generation because they have
become obsessed with T20
cricket, which does not teach
the basic batting skills or the
patience needed for Test
cricket. Also they should be
making current Test players
play more Shield cricket prior
to Test series to prepare them
for the matches.
The All Blacks have been on
top for decades because they
have a succession plan in place.
We should learn from them.
Neale, Cobbitty
Bowled over by climate
Almost every cricket fan has an
opinion on the demise of the
Australian cricket team — ranging
from the toss, to the wicket or even
sandpaper. I have spent
considerable time myself on this
conundrum and arrived at the most
likely reason being our nemesis —
global warming.
Herbert Montaine, Tugun Qld
Caught in pill-test queue
The proposed pill testing is another
instance of a serious breakdown in
our legislation process.
The police are powerless to act
on drug users. Imaging the scene at
a music festival where festival-goers
are lined up with drugs in possession
at the pill-testing tent. It is
outrageous.
The great worry is that these
offenders are of voting age and can
influence the path of government.
Ern Mercer, Moonee Beach
The joy of polluting
The concerning issue about the New
Year’s Eve fireworks display is not
about the cost — $3.4 million is
neither here nor there in the big
picture.
The problem is the metal
particulates and other dangerous
toxins which are released into the
atmosphere. All of these are harmful
to humans and animals, remain in
the air for days and inevitably
descend on our waterways and
oceans.
Given that every major city in the
world now has huge fireworks
displays to ring in the new year this
is a global pollution problem. It’s a
problem that doesn’t have to occur,
as there are eco-friendly alternatives
which are just as spectacular and do
not pollute.
Greg Lawes, Dingley Village Vic
What parliament needs
How can we accept that more
women are wanted in our
parliament?
Those elected to represent their
electorates must be smart, able to
talk to their constituents about
many subjects relating to their
portfolio, be able to converse with
all different types of people and
have great knowledge about this
country of ours.
They have to be business-like
and able to handle tax money in a
decent and fair way and possess
many more necessary traits. Now,
whoever has all these skills and the
necessary knowledge should be
elected to parliament to represent
the people. I don’t think anybody
should be elected because of a
gender bias.
Barry, Hallidays Point
Economy on crutches
Just wanted to tell Bill Shorten that I
hope he gets voted in and brings in
the cessation of franking credits.
It has been estimated that this
will decrease our self-funded
superannuation balance by 30 per
cent. This means many more will
probably qualify for the aged
pension with all its associated
benefits — discounts on rates,
electricity, licences, car registration
I want to clap my hands and be
enthusiastic and positive about all
the cranes and development
throughout Sydney but I can’t
(“Crane and gain”, 4/1).
Not many years ago, I could drive
off the Anzac Bridge around past
Darling Harbour and up to the
Harbour Bridge and enjoy the water
vistas. Now I drive through a
skyscraper canyon.
If I wasn’t a local, I’d have no idea
there was a harbour. More and more
Sydneysiders are being shut into a
concrete landscape that restricts
access to our natural aesthetics.
Susan Maria Durman, Pyrmont
Fear of causing offence
So Kylie Lang, are we women not
even allowed to accept a
compliment anymore (“A sexist
remark I can do without”, 5/1)?
How ridiculous it is that one
should be offended if someone says
you look good for your age. No
wonder no one talks to each other
anymore and all spend time with
their faces in their phones. Oops,
can’t say anything, it might offend.
Donna Markey, Gunnedah
Self-inflicted path to ruin
Well, it appears the state Liberal
government is hellbent on
destroying itself.
Who in their right mind would
spend money building stadiums and
sporting arenas when there is a
shortage of facilities for keeping
offenders in jail or there is a lack of
resources to employ more court
officers to avoid such long waiting
lists for criminal offences, which
results in the granting of bail for
offenders.
The police are short staffed but
thank God we have football
stadiums and sporting arenas for
people to attend.
Terry Matthews, Anna Bay
Briefly . . .
As expressed by our Australian
cricket coach some weeks ago, the
old adage is alive and well. “It is
harder to get out of the Australian
cricket team than to get in.” Fresh
faces are urgently needed.
Terry Groves, Forster
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Oh dear. Apart from India and its
supporters what a difficult day for
Australian cricket.
Victoria Brown, Ingleburn
***
Those who prepared the SCG
ground say the pitch is perfect. It
may be for the team that wins the
toss and bats first, but it was a
nightmare pitch for the unlucky
team at the toss.
Tom, Killarney Vale
***
As existing measures are found
wanting, it makes sense to, at least,
trial pill testing. While it has no
claim to being the silver bullet,
overseas trials show it can positively
affect users’ behaviour to reduce
problematic use.
Steve Ngeow, Chatswood
***
Stop pussy-footing around and let’s
get fair dinkum. Why stop people
taking drugs at music festivals?
Anyone making a stupid and
irrational decision deserves the
consequences. I just feel sorry for
their families.
Phil, Coffs Harbour
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Once again, the
republic was
attacked with
extreme violence —
its guardians, its
representatives, its
symbols
French President
Emmanuel Macron as
violent protests against
his government continue
in Paris
I’ve been looking
forward to this
show and seeing all
of you this year, so
doing this breaks
my heart
Britney Spears quits
performing to care for
her ailing father Jamie
No room for traitors
Sickening extremists guilty of treason forfeit their right to live in Australia
I
f you travel overseas to join a
terror group, you lose the
right to call yourself an Australian.
The government’s first
priority should be to protect the
community and that is precisely
what happened when Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton revoked the citizenship of Islamic
State member Neil Prakash.
The Melbourne-born traitor
and terrorist went to Syria in 2013,
where he was known as Abu
Khaled al-Cambodi, and remained committed to attacking
Australia. Prakash is not only suspected of involvement in Australian terror plots, including the
plan to behead a police officer on
Anzac Day but he also featured
in Islamic State propaganda and
urged jihadis to launch lone wolf
attack against Australian targets.
And yet there are do-gooderswho-do-little-actual-good advocating for the “right” of this
battle-hardened Islamist to return to the country he betrayed.
Activist lawyer Greg Barnes
was outraged that Dutton, who he
claimed has “contempt for the
rule of law” hadn’t first sought approval from Fiji, where Prakash’s
father was born and from where
he also held citizenship.
“It seems extraordinary that
they wouldn’t talk to the Fijians to
make sure,” he said. But then
again a lawyer who accuses the
Liberal Party of “abusing children” and throws around the word
“Nazi” isn’t one to go to for considered commentary.
RITA
PANAHI
Then there’s human rights lawyer
and refugee advocate Julian Burnside
QC who tweeted: “Prakash may be
bad but #Dutton is dangerous. Cancelling Prakash’s citizenship makes it
hard for him to travel, even to challenge the cancellation.”
Prakash may be bad? Is that an
early entry for the biggest understatement of 2019?
This is a monster who saw the evil
being perpetrated by Islamic State,
the indiscriminate slaughter of “infidels”, the ethnic genocide of the Yazidis, all the beheadings, torture, rape
and slavery, and instead of being
repelled by it, he chose to devote
his life to the caliphate.
The so-called progressives
who try to minimise the barbaric
savagery of Islamic State or want
to paint those who joined the
caliphate as naive or marginalised young men should familiarise themselves with the carnage
the group left in its wake.
Does Burnside really think most
Australians give a continental about
Prakash having difficulty travelling?
Prakash represents an ongoing
threat if he is allowed to return. The
risk of him radicalising young men
while behind bars should not be discounted. He is only 27 years old, he
faces charges in Turkey that carry a
15-year maximum but it has been reported that he is likely to receive a 7.5year term. That means even after
facing charges and serving a similar
term in Australia, he would still be
only in his 40s when released.
Thus far a dozen terrorists have
been stripped of their Australian citizenship but only Prakash has been
named publicly. Of course the Fijians
aren’t thrilled about being saddled
with a battle-hardened Islamist but
since Prakash was caught back in
2016, Fiji has have had ample time to
revoke any rights to citizenship he has
through his father.
Dutton said in a statement last
week “government has been in close
contact with the government of Fiji
since Mr Prakash was determined to
have lost his citizenship”.
Lebanese-Australian Khaled Sharrouf is thought to be one of the 12 to
have lost his citizenship but he was
killed in an air strike in 2017 before
the human rights lawyers could jump
to his defence.
Sharrouf was among the most notorious of the 230 Australians who
have gone to Syria or Iraq to join terror groups in the past six years. He appeared in gruesome Islamic State
videos beheading bound captors and
in 2015 his nine-year-old son was pictured holding up the decapitated head
of an Islamic State victim.
These are unprecedented times
and it’s with good reason that many
Australians are more concerned
about keeping our country safe than
satisfying the United Nations.
There are about 100 Australian
terrorists still in Syria and Iraq plus
another 40 who have already returned, and about 90 have died, according to the ASIO.
It would be undeniably better for
Australia if the 100 remaining fighters
were never to return, whether they
are dual citizens or not. Those who
are guilty of treason have forfeited the
right to Australian citizenship and reentry into the country.
Oz was able to
give us hope of
a perfect peace
W
e’ve lost a true
humanist and one of
the most brilliant
authors of the 20th century
with the passing of Amos Oz,
who has died aged 79.
Oz was Israel’s greatest
living novelist and, as
Newsweek once described
him, the “Zionist Orwell” — a
complex man passionate
about simple decency and
determined, above all, to tell
the truth, regardless of whom
it offended.
Or as Wonder Woman Gal
Gadot put it, “a beacon of light
for peace”.
There are so many
observations and anecdotes
crowding in now, from the
richness of Oz’s career and
singular life, that I don’t know
which to choose.
Labelled the modern
prophet of Israel, he spoke
with unflinching honesty,
making the plea for dialogue
in an imperfect world and
embracing faith in the future.
One of the founders of
Peace Now, Oz had been at
the forefront of pursuing
reconciliation between Israelis
and Palestinians.
For him the conflict was
between right and right as each
side has its grievances and its
justice: “You and I don’t have to
agree on the past. We have to
agree on the future.”
Dr Dvir Abramovich is the Israel Kipen
Director of the Program in Jewish Culture &
Society at The University of Melbourne.
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Buck Rogers started a
fascination with space
I
1929
TROY LENNON
HISTORY EDITOR
t was a comic strip like none
r, a 20th
before. The main character,
ran,
century World War I veteran,
was put into a state of
suspended animation by a
mysterious radioactive gas in a
coal mine, waking up in the
25th century. He finds the
world vastly changed with
ace
advanced technologies and space
travel.
The name of the strip was Buck
Rogers 2429 A.D. and it made its first
appearance on January 7, 1929, 90
years ago today, in US newspapers.
While to modern audiences raised on
much more complex science fiction
fare it looks terribly dated, this was the
first comic strip to excite the popular
imagination about the future and
particularly space travel.
It would inspire other comic strips
such as Flash Gordon and Brick
Bradford, as well being adapted to
radio, film and later television. The first
film adaptation in 1939 is often credited
with inventing the science fiction
subgenre known as the “Space Opera”,
a melodrama set in space. The comic
strip can also lay claim to firing the
imaginations of people who later
contributed to the space program.
It is hard to imagine that he would
have had the same impact if he had
been known as Anthony Rogers. But
that was how he started out, as the
main character of a novella written by
newspaper columnist turned sci-fi
writer Philip Francis Nowlan.
Nowland was born in 1888 in
Pennsylvania. He studied English
literature at the University of
Pennsylvania, where he appeared in
stage productions for the Mask and
Wig Club. After graduating he found
work writing for newspapers but in the
mid 20s he tried his hand at writing a
science fiction story, inspired by the
works of Edgar Rice Burroughs and his
series of stories about Mars which
made their debut in 1912.
In Burroughs’ stories the Civil War
veteran John Carter is magically
transported to Mars. But Nowlan had a
more scientific way of sending Rogers
into the future. While examining a coal
Buster Crabbe as
Buck Rogers;
Rog
gers; the
comic strip (below).
JANUARY 8
GYPSY ROSE LEE
American burlesque artist born
Rose Louise Hovick in 1911. She
started out as a conventional
ON THIS
DAY
1610
Astronomer Galileo
Galilei observes
four moons orbiting Jupiter.
These are the first satellites
seen orbiting another planet.
1788
Crew and convicts
of the First Fleet
catch their first glimpse of
what is now Australia, off the
coast of Van Diemen’s Land,
now Tasmania. The Lady
Penrhyn signals land in sight.
1830
Explorer Charles
Sturt sets off with
seven other men by boat
down the Murrumbidgee
River on his way to Lake
Alexandrina.
mine Rogers, a former WWI aviator
now working for the American
Radioactive Gas Corporation, finds
himself trapped by a cave-in and then
knocked out by gas. His life is
preserved by the gas and later when
the cave crumbles away and the air
revives him he discovers he has been
asleep for centuries. He then teams up
with citizen of the future Wilma
Deering to defeat the bad guys
threatening the earth.
Published in the August, 1928
edition of Amazing Stories, it was titled
Armageddon 2419 and was credited to
Frank Philips. It was so popular that
Nowlan was contacted by John F. Dille,
president of the National Newspaper
Service syndicate, who suggested the
story be turned into a comic strip. Dille
paired Nowlan with artist Richard
“Dick’’ Calkins, but suggested they use
the name Buck rather than Anthony.
The first strip appeared in over 40
newspapers on January 7, 1929.
Nowlan used his own name in the
credit and the time of the story was
updated to 2429. By then he had
written Airlords of Han, a sequel to
BORN THIS WEEK
JANUARY 7
JAMES MUNRO
Scottish-born publisher and
politician born in 1832. He
migrated to Victoria in 1858
setting up a printing business but
later founding the Victorian
Permanent Building Society. He
went into politics becoming
premier of Victoria in 1890 and
died in 1908.
1965
actor and dancer but found more
fame with a striptease routine.
She died in 1970.
JANUARY 9
RICHARD NIXON
US president born in 1913. After
studying law and serving in WWII
he entered politics in 1947
becoming US Vice President in
1953. Defeated by Kennedy in
1960 he ran successfully for
president in 1968 but left office
in disgrace over his part in the
Watergate Scandal. He was later
pardoned by President Gerald
Ford and died in 1994.
Armageddon 2419. In 1932 it was
adapted to radio and in 1933 the first
short film based on the strip appeared,
starring Dille’s son John Dille Jr as the
20th century man propelled through
time. But in 1939 Buck was given a
much longer screen treatment by
Universal Pictures as a film serial. This
time it starred Olympic gold medal
swimmer Buster Crabbe as Buck.
Crabbe had previously starred in films
as Tarzan and also as Flash Gordon, a
space opera about an earth man who
travels to space. It proved popular with
audiences and helped push Buck
Rogers merchandise.
Nowlan died in 1940 and other
writers took over writing the strip,
starting with Rick Yager. Writers
returned to Nowlan’s original material
to create the 1950s Buck Rogers TV
series. The series in turn inspired
Warner Brothers to make a Daffy
Duck parody called Duck Dodgers in
the 24th and a half Century in 1952.
Meanwhile the strip ran until 1967
by which time its popularity had
dwindled, but it would undergo some
later comic book revivals.
JANUARY 10
ROD STEWART
Scottish rock star born Roderick
David Stewart in 1945. After a
brief attempt at a football career
he pursued a career in music
having hits like Maggie May,
Sailing and Do Ya Think I’m Sexy.
He is still recording albums and
performing live shows.
JANUARY 11
ROD TAYLOR
Australian-American actor born
in Lidcombe in 1930. He started
his acting career on radio and
stage in Australia before heading
to Hollywood appearing in films
such as The Time Machine and
The Birds. He died in 2015.
1887
Four youths are
hanged in Sydney’s
Darlinghurst Jail for the gang
rape of 16-year-old Mary
Jane Hicks in Moore Park
after she accepted a ride in a
hansom cab. Two other men
were sentenced to death but
reprieved.
1897
A severe cyclone
hits Darwin killing
28 people.
In 1979 the pilot of a new TV series
based on the original comic was given a
cinematic release under the title Buck
Rogers in the 25th Century. This time
it starred actor Gil Gerrard, a former
industrial chemist turned actor, as
William “Buck” Rogers, a shuttle
astronaut who is frozen for centuries
before being revived. Erin Gray played
Wilma and Crabbe made a guest
appearance in one episode. The series
ran until 1981.
Recently producer Don Murphy
tried to revive Buck yet again, but the
project is in suspended animation until
the rights can be sorted out in court.
JANUARY 12
SPYRIDON LOUIS
Greek Olympian born in 1873 in
Marousi. He was working as a
water carrier when the first
modern Olympics were held in
Athens. He entered the
marathon and won, becoming a
hero in Greece. He died in 1940.
JANUARY 13
PAUL KELLY
Australian singer-songwriter
born in Adelaide in 1955. He
began performing in the 70s
alternating between appearing
with bands and as a solo
performer having hits with songss
such as To Her Door, Dumb
Things and How to Make Gravy.
1933
Bert Hinkler dies in
a plane crash in the
Tuscan Mountains, Italy, on a
flight from England to
Australia in a DH80A Puss
Moth.
1953
US President Harry
Truman announces
the development of the
hydrogen bomb.
1965
Sydney’s hydrofoil
service begins
between Circular Quay and
Manly. The Japanese-built
vessel carries 72 people and
cuts the journey from 40 to
20 minutes.
1989
Emperor Hirohito,
who came to the
Japanese throne in 1926
with divine status and
reigned during World War II,
dies at 87 from cancer.
2015
GYPSY ROSE LEE
BORN: 1911
Two gunmen,
claiming to belong
to an Islamic terrorist group,
enter the offices of satirical
magazine Charlie Hebdo and
shoot dead 12 people. The
magazine had printed
cartoons depicting the
Muslim prophet
Muhammad.
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moneyHQ
saver
DAVID AND LIBBY KOCH: We dust off our financial crystal ball
Four steps
to put you
back on
right path
SOPHIE ELSWORTH
WE ARE only one week into
the new year but there’s a good
chance your resolutions are
already looking shaky.
Even if you have failed, pick
yourself back up and give these
four financial steps a go, to try to
leave yourself better off in 2019.
1
HOME LOANS
One in three Australians
has a mortgage and it’s likely to
be their biggest debt.
Check your interest rate
and if it doesn’t start with the
number three, phone your
bank, says comparison website
comparethemarket.com.au’s
Rod Attrill.
“Talk to a broker and find
out what you can or can’t do and
see what options are available,”
he said.
Compare rates online and
contact your bank’s mortgage
retention team – tell them you
can get a better deal elsewhere.
STRETCHING IT: Australian
Dance Theatre Youth Ensemble’s
Liam Herron, Grace Bosward and
Aspen Palmer are flexible with
their moves — and their financial
thinking. Picture: Matt Turner
Flex your finances
It’s a great time to set fresh money
goals, but you also need discipline to
reach them, writes Anthony Keane
A FLEXIBLE approach to
money and goal setting will
help Australians improve their
personal finances this year.
Volatility in shares and
property, tax law changes and a
federal election in 2019 mean
people will need to focus on
their own actions rather than
reaching specific wealth targets.
It’s pointless declaring you
will increase your wealth by a
certain figure because markets
might plunge and wipe out your
gains. However, clear written
goals about how much money
you will deposit regularly can be
acted upon, measured and
changed when needed.
Financial strategist Theo
Marinis said people who did
not set money goals risked
financial failure because
Australians tended to “kick the
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can down the road” and delay
their money decisions.
“The secret is to set yourself
realistic targets, small targets,”
he said.
This could be depositing $50
a week into super, a separate
bank account or a home loan to
prevent every spare dollar from
being spent on lifestyle.
“Put it on autopilot and you
don’t think about it,” Mr
Marinis said. “We can still get by
with a little extra taken out of
our pay packets.”
He said people who found
themselves ahead of target after
three months could consider
lifting their target. “But don’t
make it too tough so that it’s
unsustainable and you give up.”
Beyond Bank Australia’s
general manager of customer
experience, Nick May, said
setting goals was vital to give
people something to aim for,
and should be split between
small and long-term goals.
“Sit down with someone you
trust and form a plan to help
you reach the long-term goals
that may take many years to
achieve,” he said. “Also factor in
the shorter-term targets, like a
new TV, a family trip or special
celebration, because they’re
just as important.”
Mr May said while a
structured budget and financial
plan could provide peace of
mind, people needed flexibility
to cope with unexpected
problems, such as accidents,
sickness or unemployment.
“Even if you just build up a
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small savings account for
emergencies – a ‘get me out of
jail’ account – you’re already
making a good decision,” he
said. “Give yourself some
room in your budget as it is
inevitable that unforeseen
expenses will happen.
“On the flip side, if you have
a week where you save some
extra money, tuck it away –
don’t spend it just because it was
left over.”
Australian Dance Theatre
Youth Ensemble member
Aspen Palmer sees flexibility as
important for both her dancing
and her money.
“Most genres of dance
demand flexibility and I think
that it widens the range of
movement possible when you
have the flexibility to be kind of
malleable,” she said.
“Being flexible with finances
is important because you never
know when a random expense
will occur.
“At times, unexpected
financial burdens can come out
of nowhere and being flexible
How to set
money goals
● Think about where you
want to be financially in one
year, 10 years, 20 years and
beyond.
● Write down short, medium
and long-term targets, plus
the small actions needed to
reach them.
● Include fun goals. Money
should be enjoyed.
● Measure your progress
monthly or quarterly.
● Consider seeking trusted,
independent, professional
advice to help you with longterm planning.
with my money allows me to
finance these situations.
“I like to set myself a savings
goal every two months so I have
something to work towards.”
Visit readyresetgo.com.au for
more inspiration and life hacks to
get your year off to a great start
2
SUPERANNUATION
3
REVIEW CARDS
Millions of Australians have
multiple super accounts and are
paying unnecessary fees.
AustralianSuper group
executive of product brand and
reputation Paul Schroder said
the best thing you could do is
consolidate all your accounts.
“People on average have
nearly three accounts, and it’s
costing them in fees, and some
of these funds might be
underperforming,” he said.
Rolling into 2019 with credit
card debt is familiar to many
consumers. Mr Attrill urged
cardholders to take immediate
action to wipe out this debt.
“Use zero balance transfers
that are available for periods of
up to 24 months,” he said.
“If you lob into January with
a big card debt, transfer it on to
a balance-transfer card with a
zero per cent interest rate.”
A balance-transfer card is
when you transfer one credit
card debt to another and
enjoy a honeymoon interestfree period.
4
SAVINGS BUFFER
Having a savings buffer is
vital, particularly if something
goes wrong unexpectedly.
The amount you need
tucked away will depend on
your situation, but often experts
say people should have three to
six months of easily accessible
savings. Redundancies
are becoming far more
commonplace so it’s critical you
are prepared for the worst if you
find yourself out of work.
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David &
Libby
Our new year predictions
Shares, property and the national
economy may face some dangerous
headwinds in the 12 months ahead
AS WE start a new year, it’s time
to polish the crystal ball with our
13th annual predictions for the
economy, shares and property
for the 12 months ahead.
We also come clean on how
our predictions from this time
last year actually panned out.
Harsh but fair, we reckon. If
you’re going to put yourself on
the line, there has to be some
accountability.
An old economist mate of
ours always says: “If you’re
going to forecast, do it often so
you can keep changing your
mind … or forecast so far into
the future, that when you get
there people have forgotten
what you’ve said.”
The sections in italics are
what we predicted this time
last year for 2018. It’s fair to say
the only people who seemed to
have made money last
year was the Federal
Government, with its river
of tax gold and tight
spending.
15-page cover story titled
“Aussie Rules … what the rest of
the world can learn from
Australia”.
Overall, 2018 was another
strong year, which has resulted
in the Federal Budget coming
into surplus much earlier than
expected. But 2019 looks a lot
more uncertain.
The red-hot US economy is
under pressure from four
interest rate hikes, a
potential trade war
with China and
erratic policy
decisions from
the Trump
administration. Some market
analysts are factoring in the
possibility of a US recession in
the next 18 months.
The ripple effect of a slowing
US economy and trade war will
be significant to global growth,
and we will not be immune.
But we’re in good shape to
fight any global headwinds and
also the slowdown in our
property market. The Budget is
in good shape, employment is
strong and trade balance solid.
account for half the value of the
ASX200. The continuing local
credit squeeze and tight global
financial conditions will impact
bank performance. A weaker
global economy and trade war
will hurt commodity prices and
resource stocks.
We’d expect no change in
official interest rates for 2019. If
there is a change, it is more
likely to be a cut in rates if the
economy gets bad from those
global influences.
Economic growth of about
3 per cent (slightly less than
other market predictions) still
looks achievable, which would
be helped by an Australian
dollar below US70 cents.
SHARES
● It’s all about Trump ● US tax
cuts should underpin corporate
profits, happy consumers
and rising share prices
● Another solid year
for Australian
sharemarkets
What a horrible
year for
ECONOMY
● Economic growth about
3 per cent ● Unemployment
below 5.5 per cent ● Aussie
dollar to stay above US70
cents ● If there was an
interest rate hike, it would be
at very end of the year
Our predictions for the
Australian economy were
pretty right as we entered our
record-breaking 28th
consecutive year of positive
economic growth. Our
economic performance was
highlighted by the prestigious
London-based The Economist
financial magazine with a
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
sharemarkets around the world
– the worst since the global
financial crisis. And, yes, a lot of
the reason was about Trump.
Volatility unnerved many of
us. We were alarmed by big
sharemarket falls in February,
were relieved when markets
bounced back strongly across
the middle of the year, and then
shattered by the falls of the past
three months.
Across the major indices for
the year, America’s broader
based S&P 500 was 6.2 per cent
lower, London’s FT-100 was
down 12.5 per cent, and
Germany’s DAX
closed 18.3 per cent
lower.
Locally, the ASX-200
was off 6.9 per cent in
Australian dollar terms,
but in US dollar terms
(that’s how international
investors measure us),
the index lost a hefty
15.9 per cent for the year.
While healthcare
stocks had a good year,
our major banks took
a battering from
increased regulation
and the consequences of
the banking royal commission.
This year is going to be
another tough one for the
Australian sharemarket.
Any overall gains will be
small and there is a good chance
of further falls.
Banking and resource stocks
● We expect Sydney residential
property values to fall in 2018
● Melbourne property growth
will slow considerably and on an
annual basis be steady for the
year ● Darwin, Perth and
Adelaide will be flat and Hobart
will stay the standout market
That old saying that “bricks
and mortar never go down” was
again shown to be a myth.
Having said that, it has
always been about where you
buy and at what stage in the
property cycle.
Nationally, property prices
fell 4.8 per cent for the year –
the weakest market conditions
since 2008.
Four of the eight capital
cities recorded a decline in
dwelling values over the year.
Sydney fell 8.9 per cent,
Melbourne 7 per cent, Perth
4.7 per cent and Darwin 1.5 per
cent. The remaining capital
cities recorded a weakening in
the pace of growth.
Hobart was the star
performer but even it was
slowing significantly at the end
of the year.
It’s more of the same in 2019
as a combination of tight
lending conditions, the back
end of the construction boom
and slowing immigration will
continue to impact values.
Led by Sydney and
Melbourne, there is the very
real possibility that all major
capital cities could record
declines in 2019 – or in a bestcase scenario Hobart, Adelaide
and Canberra will be flat.
Money trends that will keep you one step ahead
ANTHONY KEANE
UNDERSTANDING the
trends that are shaping the
financial sector will give you
greater control over your
savings and debts in 2019.
The release of the banking
royal commission’s final report
in February is likely to toss up a
few curve balls, and there are
other issues bubbling away.
Here are four things to watch.
1
INTEREST RATES
The Reserve Bank hasn’t
moved its official interest rate
since August 2016, and
forecasters expect no change
until at least later this year.
Ratecity.com.au research
director Sally Tindall said
2019 would be interesting,
amid uncertainty about the
Australian and global economy.
“It’s going to be hotly
watched to see if the Reserve
Bank ends up cutting rates
after saying time and time again
that the next move will be up,”
she said.
However, the banks “don’t
dance to the beat of the RBA
anymore” and showed this in
2018 with their own rate rises,
Ms Tindall said.
This could be repeated in
2019, so people should pay
down their debts, she said.
“Now is the time to get
ahead on your mortgage if you
can, to get some breathing
space for when rate rises do
finally arrive.”
2
CREDIT CARDS
CRACKING
Ms Tindall said credit cards
would become less popular
amid the surging popularity of
buy now, pay later schemes
such as Afterpay, and card
providers weakening their
reward programs.
“A lot of young people are
choosing not to get a credit
card,” she said.
Others would ditch their
cards when they realised the
rewards were no longer worth
it, while new repayment rules
would make it harder to get
cards, Ms Tindall said. “Look
for a credit card that is not
sending you backwards – 30
cards have no annual fee.”
3
GET YOUR DATA
WORKING HARDER
People’s Choice Credit Union
spokesman Stuart Symons said
that from July 1, major banks
would have to make available to
you all your credit card and
debit card account and
transaction data, with
mortgage data to be made
available from February 2020.
“You will be able to
authorise others to receive this
information – and that’s where
the power can truly make your
data work for you,” he said.
“Imagine being able to use
live information to help with
budgeting, understanding your
spending habits better and
being able to compare credit
cards, telephone plans and
energy deals.”
4
GIVE POWER TO
THE PEOPLE
Mr Symons said the royal
commission and other
pressures would lead to reforms
“delivering greater
transparency around interest
rates and credit cards” and help
people shop around.
Financial institutions would
be working hard to win back
lost trust, he said.
“This is a win-win for
customers who now hold the
cards – first by asking their
existing institution for their best
deal, and second by looking to
what the market will offer.”
MoneysaverHQ editorial | Anthony Keane anthony.keane@news.com.au | Sophie Elsworth sophie.elsworth@news.com.au
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THE FILES
TABFORM
»First race: 8.01am
»Daily Double: Races 6 and 8
»Early Quaddie: 1, 2, 3, 4
»Quaddie: 5, 6, 7, 8
»Big6: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
»Last race: 3.39am (Tue)
»Rail: True
»Track: Soft (6)
»TAB First 4: All races
LEGEND
t won at track. c won this distance at the track. d won this distance another track. w won in wet.
b beaten favourite. o not in first nine. s spell at least three months. h home track. p pulled up.
l lost rider. n won at night. Ⓑ eligible for BOBS bonus.
RACE 1 Women In Racing Canberra S’case
920m 1.00
EQ1
Class 1. Prizemoney: $30,000; 1st $15,100; 2nd $5300; 3rd $2800; 4th $1500; 5th $1000.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3.
4.
5.
6.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
1s429 REVITUP REDNUT tb
2
34s31sEXCEED THE NIGHT cwh 4
12s33 DENESC cwh
7
97661sMEDEUS
6
s8854sTHE AMAZING TAHLIA h 1
46s10tMOP THE FLOOR w
5
6065s KRUPTABLE
3
JOCKEY
M A Cahill
M Bell
C Lever
P Scorse (a1.5)
B Ryan (a)
A Sweeney (a1.5)
G Buckley
WGT
59
58
56.5
56
54
54
54
$3.50
*1.80
3.50
26.00
15.00
51.00
26.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Revitup Rednut jumped awkwardly CAB Dec 16. 5. The Amazing Tahlia
wide throughout CAB Dec 28. 6. Mop The Floor overraced early, middle stages GOU Dec 20.
RACE 2 Curtis & Cloud Fashions S’case Plate
1425m 1.35
Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $30,000; 1st $15,100; 2nd $5300; 3rd $2800; 4th $1500; 5th $1000.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
7.
8.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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11
FORM
0
24435
03s07
3s53
606
45s63
659s4
80s3
6s427
04
4
3.
9.
4.
10.
5.
EQ2
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
KUBANK
4 C Heywood
NOBLE HOUSE
9 R & L Price
CLEARLY NOW Ⓑ
6 Kurt Goldman
CLERGYMAN h Ⓑ
2 Ms L Davies
MR DREAMY h
10 Ms L Morrison
STORM ATTACK Ⓑ
11 K J Parker
LADY JULIANA h
1 Ms L Bundy
SUBVERT h
3 Daniel Nickson
TIPTA JOSIE bh
8 W A Mathie
COSMIC CAPER Ⓑ
7 John Thompson
INDIANA STAR
5 D A Williams
JOCKEY
R Bensley
B Ryan (a)
C Lever
Ms J Taylor
P Scorse (a1.5)
A Layt
Ms C Gravener (a2)
M Travers
M A Cahill
B Spriggs
M Bell
WGT
59
59
57.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
57
57
57
55.5
55.5
RACE 3 Stonefish Wines Showcase
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2.
3.
4.
5.
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FORM HORSE
DRAW
1967s GARROS w
4
03534tETHANICITY wh
3
13256 ATOMIC BLAST ch
6
10s67 TSUNAMI ALERT dw
2
1707stTUDOR PRINCE dw Ⓑ
8
155s5tNO DOUBT MA’AM h
7
3512 RUN LIKE A REBEL
1
s4710 FOX BEAT d
5
1455s CITY OF SHADOWS dh
9
s5047tNUNYA BIZZ twh
11
98s59tTEARAWAY CHARLIE d 12
08070 YOU WANT dh
10
TRAINER
Greg Stephens
W A Mathie
C Hensler
Ms T Bateup
R & L Price
Matthew Dale
Aaron Clarke
C Heywood
B P Connell
Steven Cummins
R & L Price
Milea Woods
1425m 2.10
JOCKEY
B Owen (a)
P Scorse (a1.5)
A Sweeney (a1.5)
B Ryan (a)
C Lever
M Bell
Ms J Taylor
M Travers
S Miller
M A Cahill
G Buckley
SCRATCHED
EQ3
WGT
58.5
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
56
56
55
54
54
54
54
26.00
4.40
6.00
15.00
11.00
11.00
*3.70
16.00
15.00
8.00
11.00
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STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Garros slowly away ORA Oct 15. 3. Atomic Blast wide throughout, hampered near turn MOY Dec 23.
RACE 4 Moruya Golf Club Showcase
1010m 2.50
Maiden. Prizemoney: $40,000; 1st $19,700; 2nd $7150; 3rd $3750; 4th $2200; 5th $1300.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
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2.
3.
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5.
6.
on SKY1, SKY Thoroughbred Central
Shayne O’Cass
Adam Sherry
Steve Zammit
1
2 EXCEED THE NIGHT
3 Denesc
1 Revitup Rednut
4 Medeus
1 REVITUP REDNUT
3 Denesc
2 Exceed The Night
6 Mop The Floor
3 DENESC
2 Exceed The Night
1 Revitup Rednut
4 Medeus
2 EXCEED THE NIGHT
3 Denesc
1 Revitup Rednut
5 The Amazing Tahlia
3 DENESC
2 Exceed The Night
1 Revitup Rednut
4 Medeus
2
11 INDIANA STAR
2 Noble House
4 Clergyman
6 Storm Attack
2 NOBLE HOUSE
11 Indiana Star
4 Clergyman
10 Cosmic Caper
2 NOBLE HOUSE
9 Tipta Josie
6 Storm Attack
11 Indiana Star
11 INDIANA STAR
10 Cosmic Caper
2 Noble House
4 Clergyman
9 xTIPTA JOSIE
3 Clearly Now
7 Lady Juliana
2 Noble House
3
8 xFOX BEAT
7 Run Like A Rebel
3 Atomic Blast
2 Ethanicity
7 xxRUN LIKE A REBEL
2 Ethanicity
1 Garros
6 No Doubt Ma’am
5 xxTUDOR PRINCE
7 Run Like A Rebel
6 No Doubt Ma’am
2 Ethanicity
7 RUN LIKE A REBEL
2 Ethanicity
3 Atomic Blast
6 No Doubt Ma’am
7 RUN LIKE A REBEL
1 Garros
3 Atomic Blast
2 Ethanicity
4
3 FRANCISCO PIZARO
2 Eurosay
7 Fabulous Fran
10 Sarzana
2 xEUROSAY
3 Francisco Pizaro
6 Devine Shen
1 Shady Diamond
5 xFARAGE
7 Fabulous Fran
6 Devine Shen
2 Eurosay
3 xxxFRANCISCO PIZARO
2 Eurosay
10 Sarzana
6 Devine Shen
3 xxFRANCISCO PIZARO
12 Who Told Ya
2 Eurosay
1 Shady Diamond
5
5 TAG AND RELEASE
3 First Courrier
2 Only Choice
4 Tyres Are Crucial
5 TAG AND RELEASE
3 First Courrier
2 Only Choice
10 Tipta Tantivy
5 TAG AND RELEASE
6 Ardanza
3 First Courrier
10 Tipta Tantivy
5 TAG AND RELEASE
2 Only Choice
3 First Courrier
10 Tipta Tantivy
2 ONLY CHOICE
5 Tag And Release
4 Tyres Are Crucial
1 Resort
6
2 xxLEAMI ASTRAY
5 Tiger By The Tale
7 Critical Touch
1 Count Dekroner
2 xxxLEAMI ASTRAY
5 Tiger By The Tale
1 Count Dekroner
6 Fermanagh Lad
2 xxxLEAMI ASTRAY
1 Count Dekroner
7 Critical Touch
5 Tiger By The Tale
2 xLEAMI ASTRAY
1 Count Dekroner
5 Tiger By The Tale
6 Fermanagh Lad
1 xxxCOUNT DEKRONER
2 Leami Astray
5 Tiger By The Tale
7 Critical Touch
7
4 xxxCUBA
6 Animalia
2 Cliff
8 Belle Tournure
4 CUBA
5 Appoint Percy
2 Cliff
8 Belle Tournure
5 APPOINT PERCY
4 Cuba
6 Animalia
8 Belle Tournure
6 ANIMALIA
4 Cuba
2 Cliff
8 Belle Tournure
2 CLIFF
8 Belle Tournure
1 Mercurial Lad
4 Cuba
8
11 CLASSIC CONQUEST
5 After Thought
2 Balonne
1 Malachi Crunch
4 ACTON SHALE
1 Malachi Crunch
8 Airfree
9 Lord Boulevard
4 ACTON SHALE
3 Saycanyousee
1 Malachi Crunch
9 Lord Boulevard
4 xxACTON SHALE
11 Classic Conquest
7 Zariz No Other
2 Balonne
4 ACTON SHALE
7 Zariz No Other
3 Saycanyousee
1 Malachi Crunch
RACE 5 Williams Family Showcase
101.00
3.60
12.00
12.00
101.00
10.00
51.00
101.00
4.80
6.50
*2.90
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Noble House slowly away, lame after race KEG Dec 15.
Class 1. Prizemoney: $30,000; 1st $15,100; 2nd $5300; 3rd $2800; 4th $1500; 5th $1000.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
TAB CODE: SR
Simon Thomas
6.
11.
races today
Ray Thomas
7.
TRAINER
Luke Pepper
Matthew Dale
D A Williams
Becky Byrne
Natalie Jarvis
Skye Wansey
G W Murray
Moruya (Showcase)
e)
EQ4
7.
1650m 3.30
9.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
FORM
206s
3324s
2s
6
626
70
93s7
340s5
6s7s4
7s239
13 87090
10.
11.
12.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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6.
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2.
3.
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9.
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11.
12.
13.
7.
FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
47835 RESORT wh
9 Natalie Jarvis
6s492 ONLY CHOICE wb
13 Kurt Goldman
s1543 FIRST COURRIER
7 R & L Price
83106 TYRES ARE CRUCIAL t
2 B Joseph & P & M Jones
51144tTAG AND RELEASE tw
10 J M Cleary
75370 ARDANZA
5 Ms W Roche
s1045 BULL BAILEY
8 K Dryden & S Collings
72914 IDALIA’S DREAM w
3 J W Marzol
6s668tTIARA ROAD
6 D A Williams
40602 TIPTA TANTIVY tdwh
4 W A Mathie
16450 MONTEREY MAGIC tw
1 Greg Stephens
62224 CHATOBER ch
12 B P Connell
Emergency
13 74990sDANCE HARDER SON th 11 Ms L Bundy
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
JOCKEY
R Brewer
M Bell
B Ryan (a)
B Mc Dougall (a)
Ms J Taylor
C Lever
SCRATCHED
G Buckley
S Miller
M A Cahill
B Ward
R Bensley
WGT
60.5
60
58
57.5
57
56
55.5
54.5
54
54
54
54
Ms C Gravener (a2) 54
14.00
*4.00
5.50
7.50
4.20
15.00
—
51.00
10.00
7.50
14.00
26.00
101.00
HORSE
DRAW
SHADY DIAMOND
8
EUROSAY Ⓑ
2
FRANCISCO PIZARO
11
SAINT AY
12
FARAGE Ⓑ
4
DEVINE SHEN Ⓑ
13
FABULOUS FRAN
9
PONT DE CIROU Ⓑ
5
PROSE ‘N’ CONS Ⓑ
7
SARZANA h Ⓑ
6
THE NOTORIOUS
1
WHO TOLD YA
3
TRAINER
Aaron Clarke
Todd Smart
Joseph Ible
D A Williams
B Joseph & P & M Jones
Luke Pepper
Matthew Dale
N E Layt
C Heywood
Natalie Jarvis
Greg Stephens
C Heywood
Emergency
10 John L Morrison
JOCKEY
R Bensley
B Owen (a)
B Mc Dougall (a)
SCRATCHED
P Scorse (a1.5)
S Miller
G Buckley
B Ryan (a)
Chris C Williams (a1.5)
Ms J Taylor
C Lever
M Travers
WGT
59
58.5
58.5
57.5
57
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55
55
15.00
4.60
*3.50
—
8.00
5.00
6.00
101.00
26.00
6.00
26.00
51.00
JOLIE COLLEEN Ⓑ
A Layt
55
101.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 5. Farage raced greenly MOY Dec 23. 7. Fabulous Fran slowly away WAG
Dec 24. 8. Pont De Cirou wide throughout MOY Dec 23. 9. Prose ‘N’ Cons hampered early stages
WAG Dec 24. 11. The Notorious jumped awkwardly BAI Dec 28. 12. Who Told Ya wide throughout
WAG Dec 24.
RACE 6 Mitre 10 Moruya Town Plate
1.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
FORM
690s1
23532
7s686
80237
82608
58566
81727
8s790
70426
3.
4.
5.
HORSE
DRAW
COUNT DEKRONER tcdw 3
LEAMI ASTRAY tb
6
BEAU TIRAGE dw
5
JUST LIKE STRATUM dw 4
TIGER BY THE TALE cdw 8
FERMANAGH LAD dw
7
CRITICAL TOUCH d
9
BELLEGANO dwhn
1
WHISPERED PRAYER dh 2
6.
7.
8.
TRAINER
G W Murray
R & L Price
K Dryden & S Collings
P Niceforo
D A Williams
C Heywood
B Joseph & P & M Jones
G Backhouse
Matthew J Stephens
TRAINER
B Joseph & P & M Jones
J M Cleary
Matthew Dale
John Thompson
Luke Pepper
Matthew Dale
P Niceforo
Natalie Jarvis
Mark Gee
B Joseph & P & M Jones
R & L Price
T J Robinson
Clare Mansell
JOCKEY
SCRATCHED
Ms J Taylor
SCRATCHED
Chris C Williams (a1.5)
M A Cahill
B Owen (a)
SCRATCHED
M Travers
G Buckley
P Scorse (a1.5)
B Ryan (a)
B Ward
Ms C Gravener (a2)
WGT
61
59
59
57
56
55.5
55
54
54
54
54
54
54
—
10.00
—
4.20
5.50
*2.90
—
7.00
10.00
18.00
18.00
18.00
61.00
RACE 8 AMH Auto Group S’case
1200m 5.30
Benchmark 58. Prizemoney: $30,000; 1st $15,100; 2nd $5300; 3rd $2800; 4th $1500;
5th $1000. BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
9.
JOCKEY
G Buckley
B Ryan (a)
B Mc Dougall (a)
SCRATCHED
M Bell
Chris C Williams (a1.5)
S Miller
Ms J Taylor
A Layt
FORM HORSE
DRAW
23035 MERCURIAL LAD dw
12
41529 CLIFF cdw
5
s2822 SUPER STAR BOB dh
3
27s32sCUBA
4
31125 APPOINT PERCY dw
13
539s1 ANIMALIA wh
6
80237 JUST LIKE STRATUM w 11
83s11 BELLE TOURNURE twh 8
63603 NAGGING tw
7
18s05 CROIX DE VIE td
10
33212sHESPEROS
9
99124 LOUIS’ CHOICE tc
1
21493 JOHN BOY d
2
7.
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Mercurial Lad wide throughout RAN Dec 15. 2. Cliff caused interference,
rider charged with careless riding MOY Dec 23. 3. Super Star Bob hampered near 600m, lacerations
RAN Dec 15.
1200m 4.10
Open. Prizemoney: $35,000; 1st $16,740; 2nd $6000; 3rd $3200; 4th $1980; 5th $1280.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
WGT
61
60.5
58.5
58.5
58
56
54.5
54
54
4.60
*2.30
11.00
—
8.00
4.60
8.00
51.00
16.00
CIRCUMFERENCE: 1760m. STRAIGHT: 400m. DIRECTION: Clockwise.
LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): Ms J Taylor (7 wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER (with runners): Matthew Dale (12.5 wins past 12 mths). FAVS
RECORD (past 3 yrs): 33.07% Win 32.67% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs):
1000m (5)-12wins. TRAINER CHANGES: R1 (7) was trained by L T Hodgson
now G W Murray. R3 (1) was trained by Bjorn Baker now Greg Stephens. R8
(14) was trained by W G Carroll now Matthew J Stephens. R8 (6) was trained
by Bjorn Baker now Greg Stephens.
OTHER TAB MEETINGS TODAY
Gallops: Turf Paradise (USA), Gavea, Santa Anita (USA), Golden Gate
(USA), Gulfstream (USA), Portland Meadows (USA), Flamingo Park (SAF),
Cagnes Sur Mer (FRA), Musselburgh (UK), Chepstow (UK), Lyon La Soie
(FRA), Wolverhampton (UK)
Note: Greyhound meetings can be found in
Harness: Kapunda, Vincennes (FRA)
Greyhounds: Manawatu (NZ), Ballarat, New Zealand, Cranbourne,
Daily Telegraph sport
Angle Park, Shepparton, Albion Park, Launceston, Cannington, Perry Barr,
Swindon, Monmore, Sheffield
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Resort slowly away KEG Dec 15. 2. Only Choice blundered at start GOU
Dec 20. 3. First Courrier overraced middle stages GOU Dec 20. 4. Tyres Are Crucial blocked for run
on straightening CAB Dec 16. 5. Tag And Release checked near 1000m WAF Dec 22. 7. Bull Bailey
pulled hard during race CAB Dec 16. 9. Tiara Road ran wide middle stages WAF Dec 22.
TRACK DATA
13.
1425m 4.50
Open. Prizemoney: $50,000; 1st $22,000; 2nd $8950; 3rd $5000; 4th $3400; 5th $2000.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $19250. Apprentices can claim.
STEWARDS REPORT: 8. Bellegano slowly away MOY Dec 23.
8.
RACE 7 North Ryde RSL Moruya Cup
Class 3. Prizemoney: $30,000; 1st $15,100; 2nd $5300; 3rd $2800; 4th $1500; 5th $1000.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
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8
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10
11
12
13
14
FORM
213s7
64556
3s199
D27s1
06s64
1967s
19301
20109
284s6
54224
23222
6s585
3036s
4469s
HORSE
DRAW
MALACHI CRUNCH th
10
BALONNE td
1
SAYCANYOUSEE ch
6
ACTON SHALE Ⓑ
5
AFTER THOUGHT w
14
GARROS dw
12
ZARIZ NO OTHER d
3
AIRFREE cwh
13
LORD BOULEVARD w
8
ZARDORO cb
9
CLASSIC CONQUEST tdbh 2
BITOFASTAR dwb
4
INTERVENTIONS dh
11
CAPTAIN CHARLIE dwh 7
TRAINER
Natalie Jarvis
K Dryden & S Collings
G Backhouse
N J Olive
R & L Price
Greg Stephens
Ms J Hoy
Natalie Jarvis
G W Murray
T J Robinson
Thomas Lyttle
J W Marzol
B P Connell
Matthew J Stephens
JOCKEY
R Brewer
B Mc Dougall (a)
C Lever
B Owen (a)
M Bell
SCRATCHED
M A Cahill
Ms J Taylor
G Buckley
SCRATCHED
S Miller
A Sweeney (a1.5)
R Bensley
M Travers
WGT
60.5
60
60
59.5
59.5
59.5
59.5
59
59
59
58
57.5
57
54
15.00
8.50
19.00
*1.80
11.00
—
11.00
23.00
18.00
—
6.00
51.00
23.00
81.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Balonne slowly away, laid out in straight CAB Nov 30. 5. After Thought
hung in in straight CAB Dec 16. 6. Garros slowly away ORA Oct 15. 9. Lord Boulevard slowly away
MOY Dec 23. 10. Zardoro slowly away, laid in in straight MOY Dec 23. 13. Interventions wide
throughout MOY Oct 14.
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 2: (1) Kubank blinkers on first time; (3) Clearly Now blinkers off first
time
RACE 3: (4) Tsunami Alert pacifiers on first time; (5) Tudor Prince gelded;
(8) Fox Beat blinkers on again
RACE 4: (2) Eurosay tongue-tie on first time
RACE 6: (6) Fermanagh Lad blinkers off again, nose roll on again
RACE 8: (5) After Thought bar plates front on first time; (8) Airfree
tongue-tie on first time; (14) Captain Charlie standard bit on first time,
visors off again
Note: © 2019 Racing NSW (and other parties working with it). NSW racing fields and form are
subject to copyright which is owned by Racing NSW and other parties working with it.
Note: Official start times correct at time of printing.
26 RACING
5. THE AMAZING TAHLIA (1) 54
MORUYA
COMMENT
RACE 1
MONDAY JANUARY 7 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
WATCH ALL SKY RACING LIVE ON THE TAB APP. GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY.
EQ1
Class 1
1.00 (920m)
1. REVITUP REDNUT (2) 59
ch m 4 Magic Albert — Outofafrika (Luke Pepper)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$41,560
11
1
6
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
—
5
3
1
2
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
1
1
1
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:1-1-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1210 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-2-0
2nd UP: 2:0-2-0
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 9.1%
PLACE: 63.6%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s2s222521s429
2ND, 03Dec18 0.5L, lng nck Sapphire Coast
Cls 1 1208m 59 (Ms W Costin 9) 10, Lim 54,
1:10.25 (Last 600m 35.77), Good(4), Trumbo
59.5 1, Ethanicity 58.5 3, Bendethera 59 4,
Btg $3.80, $3.50, $4.60 led to turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Ran wide early, middle stages.
9TH, 16Dec18 3.3L Canberra Cls 1 1200m 59 (S
Miller 10) 11, Lim 54, 1:12.21 (Last 600m 36.10),
Soft(6), Lansala 58 1, All Talk 55 2, Biodynamic
60.5 3, Btg $3.50 (fav). 2nd to turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Far from disgraced at
Canberra at latest. Well placed from the
perfect draw. Right in this.
2. EXCEED THE NIGHT (4) 58
b m 4 Exceed And Excel — Girls Night Out (Matthew Dale)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$20,350
4
1
—
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
1
2
1
—
Wins
—
—
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 1:1-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-1
Won over: 920 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-2
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 75%
RTG: 56
LAST 15 STARTS: 34s31
3RD, 30Nov18 1L, 2L Canberra Mdn 1000m
57.5 (M Bell 7) 10, Lim 54.5, 58.63s (Last 600m
34.36), Good(4), Hylonome 56.5 1, Fabulous
Fran 54.5 2, Aroha Diamond 54.5 4, Btg $1.65,
$2.00, $1.90 (fav). 2nd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --WON, 23Dec18 1.3L, 1L Moruya Mdn 920m 58
(M Bell 3) 12, Lim 55, 53.42s (Last 600m 34.16),
Soft(6), None So Bright 58 2, I Am Rush 57 3,
Philip 57.5 4, Btg $1.90 (fav). led throughout.
Determined effort from handy position
to win at short odds here last start. Fitter
for two runs back. Free-running. Expect will
be prominent from the decent draw. Rates
highly.
3. DENESC (7) 56.5
b/br m 4 Denman — Escalotte (D A Williams)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$30,655
10
1
2
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
10
—
4
5
1
—
Wins
—
—
—
1
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 3:1-0-1
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 920 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 10%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 53
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s0s574212s33
3RD, 09Dec18 1/2 nck, 1.5L Nowra Cls 1
1000m 56 (Ms J Taylor 4) 9, Lim 54, 57.67s (Last
600m 33.16), Good(4), Red Notice 56 1, Banter
58.5 2, Pretty Song 57 4, Btg $4.00, $4.60, $4.20
7th to 800m, 5th turn. Slowly away. Laid in in
straight. Rider told to use more care.
3RD, 23Dec18 1/2 hd, 0.5L Moruya Cls 1 1010m
56.5 (M Bell 2) 10, Lim 54, 59.14s (Last 600m
34.21), Soft(6), Banter 59.5 1, Smart Remark
56 2, Zardoro 59.5 4, Btg $4.00, $4.80 6th to
800m, 3rd turn.
Knocking on the door. Finished solidly to
place here last outing. Fitter third-up. Must
be considered.
4. MEDEUS (6) 56
b g 4 Smart Missile — Medea (Becky Byrne)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$9370
7
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
1
4
2
—
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1208 (1)
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 28.6%
RTG: 48
LAST 15 STARTS: 8297661
6TH, 08Dec18 10.1L Cooma Mdn 1400m
57 (Ms C Gravener 5) 8, Lim 56.5, 1:21.82 (Last
600m 36.29), Firm(2), Save A Match 56.5 1,
Trapper Tom 56 2, Call The Clock 56.5 3, Btg
$4.60 .
WON, 26Dec18 2.8L, lng nck Sapphire Coast
Mdn 1208m 59 (Ms Y Ota 3) 5, Set weights,
1:13.18 (Last 600m 36.02), Good(4), Lina Rose
54 2, Subvert 57 3, Patee Cat 57 4, Btg $2.50
(fav). .
Dominant on-pace winner in weaker class
at Sapphire Coast last time out. Can’t be
taken lightly.
b/br f 3 Equiano (FR) — Demasheen (Natalie
Jarvis)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$3265
5
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
—
5
—
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
RTG: 40
LAST 15 STARTS: 4s8854
5TH, 30Nov18 3.9L Canberra Mdn 1000m 54.5
(B Ryan 2) 10, Lim 54.5, 58.63s (Last 600m 34.36),
Good(4), Hylonome 56.5 1, Fabulous Fran 54.5 2,
Exceed The Night 57.5 3, Btg $41.00, $51.00, $41.00
3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Fractious in barriers. Passed
fit at barrier. Warning - barrier manners.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 28Dec18 2.8L Canberra Mdn 1000m
55.5 (B Ryan 5) 6, Set weights, 58.01s (Last
600m 33.81), Good(3), Lytafyre 59 1, Farthing
Wood 55.5 2, Wild Soul 57 3, Btg $41.00, $31.00
3rd to 800m, 2nd turn. Wide throughout.
Wasn’t all that far away at Canberra at
latest. Each-way chance.
6. MOP THE FLOOR (5) 54
ch g 5 Golden Snake (US) — Maximum Storm
(Skye Wansey)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$15,790
20
3
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
20
1
12
5
1
1
Wins
1
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 15%
PLACE: 20%
RTG: 39
LAST 15 STARTS: 555976619146s10
WON, 23Nov18 1L, 3.3L Bong Bong Cls B
1200m 62 (Ms M Wright 4) 5, Lim 62, 1:15.20 ,
Good(3), The Fancyjonesgirl 63 2, Rise Me Up 63
3, Iandra 62 4, Btg $4.60 .
--- FRESHENED --LAST, 20Dec18 14L Goulburn Open 1600m 54
(Ms J Duggan 5) 11, Lim 54, 1:34.23 (Last 600m
36.90), Good(4), Triple Hero 52.5 1, Hurricane
Harbour 56.5 2, Nagging 54 3, Btg $101.00 led to
1200m, 2nd 800m, 6th turn. Overraced early,
middle stages.
On pace but weakened right out of it at
Goulburn last start. Good win two starts
back at Bong Bong. Place appeal only.
7. KRUPTABLE (3) 54
ch g 5 Krupt — Ali Of Dubai (G W Murray)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4325
7
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
1
5
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1
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2nds
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3rds
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1
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 14.3%
RTG: 38
LAST 15 STARTS: 3s076065s
6TH, 02Feb18 10.3L Canberra Mdn 1300m
57 (B Spriggs 8) 9, Lim 55.5, 1:16.41 (Last
600m 34.59), Good(3), Further To Fly 56.5 1,
Little Naive 55.5 2, Away She Goes 56.5 3, Btg
$8.00, $8.50 7th to 800m, 6th turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Rider lost whip.
5TH, 17Feb18 5.8L Tumut Cls 1 1000m 52.5
(A Sweeney 1) 9, Lim 54, 56.56s (Last 600m
34.03), Firm(2), The Last Sommet 56.5 1, Snippy
Skippy 56.5 2, Tinybella 53.5 3, Btg $8.00 .
--- SPELL --First-up. Formerly with L T Hodgson.
Faces a task.
RACE 2
EQ2
Maiden SW
1.35 (1425m)
1. KUBANK (4) 59
b/br g 5 Nothin’ Leica Dane — The Emmys (C
Heywood)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$—
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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1
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Wins
—
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 0
12TH, 24Dec18 7.7L Wagga Mdn 1400m 59 (R
Bensley 14) 14, Set weights, 1:23.52 (Last 600m
34.73), Good(3), Bianbarnie 59 1, Starskin 55.5 2,
Stratum’s Rose 55.5 3, Btg $31.00, $61.00 11th
settling, 12th turn.
Didn’t show much fight at debut. Not
fancied.
2. NOBLE HOUSE (9) 59
b g 4 Sepoy — Leamington (US) (R & L Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$13,720
8
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1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
8
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2
5
1
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Wins
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2nds
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1
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1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-1
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 665s24435
3RD, 01Dec18 1/2 nck, lng hd Kembla Grange
Mdn 1400m 55.5 (Ms K O’Hara 7) 10, Lim 54,
1:24.81 (Last 600m 36.40), Soft(7), Concave
55.5 1, Winspear 54 2, She’sinthelimelite 55 4,
Btg $6.50, $5.00 9th settling, Last turn. Slowly
away. Checked near 1000m. Eased near 200m.
5TH, 15Dec18 3.2L Kembla Grange Mdn 1500m
59 (J Adams 4) 6, Set weights, 1:33.09 (Last 600m
34.65), Heavy(8), Fraudulent 57 1, Sazavee 57 2,
Pellicle 55.5 3, Btg $4.00, $4.60 5th settling, 4th
800m, Last turn. Slowly away. Lame after race.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened.
Fair
effort
without
threatening in the wet at Kembla Grange
last outing. Drops in grade and gets the
chance to be more competitive. One of the
major players.
3. CLEARLY NOW (6) 57.5
b g 3 Dawn Approach (IR) — Demure (Kurt
Goldman)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2170
4
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
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3
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Wins
—
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2nds
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 03s0
3RD, 05Aug18 sht hd, nse Gundagai , C,H&G’s
Mdn 1180m 56.5 (Ms K Nisbet 7) 12, Lim 56,
1:11.47 (Last 600m 36.47), Good(4), Gaelic Bolt
56 1, Fast Talking 56 2, Eurosay 57.5 4, Btg $2.25,
$2.80 (fav). 5th to 800m, 4th turn. Slowly away.
Hampered early stages.
--- SPELL --11TH, 20Dec18 3.1L Goulburn 3yo Mdn 1300m
57 (Ms K Nisbet 6) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.42 (Last 600m
36.85), Good(4), Couru 56 1, Mr Costigan 55 2,
Storm Attack 56.5 3, Btg $10.00, $16.00 5th to
800m, 6th turn.
Ran home respectably at Goulburn firstup. Strips fitter. Easier here and open to
improvement. Ran 7th at Canberra in a
1300m maiden friday.
4. CLERGYMAN (2) 57.5
b g 3 Mossman — A Little Prayer (Ms L Davies)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4690
3
—
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2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
2
1
—
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Wins
—
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—
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2nds
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3rds
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1
1
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TRACK: 2:0-0-2
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 66.7%
LAST 15 STARTS: 3s53
5TH, 03Dec18 6.7L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1208m 59 (Ms W Costin 5) 13, Lim 56.5, 1:10.78
(Last 600m 35.39), Good(4), Run Like A Rebel
56.5 1, Tipta Josie 58.5 2, Banja Luka 56.5 3, Btg
$21.00, $10.00, $12.00 5th to 800m, 7th turn.
3RD, 23Dec18 0.5L, 1/2 nck Moruya Mdn
1300m 57.5 (Ms W Costin 4) 14, Set weights,
1:18.29 (Last 600m 36.71), Soft(6), Budderoo
Prince 57.5 1, Pinetti 59 2, Star Cash 55.5 4, Btg
$8.00, $8.50 5th to turn.
Ran on well to place here last time out.
Getting fitter. Drawn well. Keep safe.
5. MR DREAMY (10) 57.5
bl/gr g 3 Dream Ballad — Grand Strike (Ms L
Morrison)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1165
3
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
3
—
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Wins
—
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—
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—
2nds
—
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3rds
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 606
LAST, 30Nov18 19.4L Canberra Mdn 1000m
55.5 (S Guymer 9) 10, Lim 54.5, 58.63s (Last
600m 34.36), Good(4), Hylonome 56.5 1,
Fabulous Fran 54.5 2, Exceed The Night 57.5
3, Btg $81.00, $101.00 4th to 800m, 7th turn.
Wide throughout. Hampered on straightening.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 02Jan19 5.8L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1408m 56 (P Scorse 1) 11, Set weights, 1:27.17
(Last 600m 37.66), Good(4), Luga Lad 59 1,
Monegal 55.5 2, Larmour 55.5 3, Btg $101.00 5th
to 800m, 3rd turn.
Went to line only fairly in same company
at Sapphire Coast at latest. Drawn poorly.
Not keen.
6. STORM ATTACK (11) 57.5
b g 3 Supreme Class — Dominant Lover (K J
Parker)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4540
4
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
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4
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Wins
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2nds
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 25%
LAST 15 STARTS: 45s63
6TH, 09Dec18 4.4L Nowra C,H&G’s Mdn
1100m 56 (A Layt 10) 11, Lim 54.5, 1:01.87 (Last
600m 34.05), Good(4), The Runner 57 1, Sheriff
58 2, Lytafyre 54.5 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00 9th to
800m, 8th turn. Overraced in straight.
3RD, 20Dec18 0.8L, nse Goulburn 3yo Mdn
1300m 56.5 (A Layt 4) 13, Lim 54, 1:17.42 (Last
600m 36.85), Good(4), Couru 56 1, Mr Costigan
55 2, Pauper 56.5 4, Btg $13.00, $16.00 6th to
800m, 7th turn.
Found line well to place at Goulburn last
start. Strips fitter third-up. Easier task here.
Worth some thought.
7. LADY JULIANA (1) 57
b m 5 Canny Show — Sunsation (Ms L Bundy)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2220
4
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
3
1
—
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Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
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—
—
—
3rds
—
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—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 659s4
LAST, 16Jul18 12.9L Moruya Mdn 1660m 57
(R Bensley 5) 9, Set weights, 1:42.10 (Last 600m
36.22), Good(4), Isadora Twinkle 57 1, Orchestral
Lass 57 2, Supa Hong Kong 59 3, Btg $21.00,
$31.00 7th to 1200m, Last to turn.
--- SPELL ---
4TH, 02Jan19 3.5L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1408m 55 (Ms C Gravener 3) 11, Set weights,
1:27.17 (Last 600m 37.66), Good(4), Luga Lad
59 1, Monegal 55.5 2, Larmour 55.5 3, Btg $41.00,
$61.00 9th to 800m, 7th turn.
Battled on fairly at Sapphire Coast firstup. Only a place chance.
8. SUBVERT (3) 57
b m 4 All Too Hard — Prerequisite (Daniel
Nickson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1050
3
—
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
3
—
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 80s3
10TH, 29Jul18 8.4L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1408m 57 (B Ryan 8) 14, Set weights, 1:25.79
(Last 600m 37.33), Good(4), City Of Shadows
57 1, Beersheba Lass 57 2, Sparman 59 3, Btg
$12.00, $26.00 12th to 800m, 13th turn.
--- SPELL --3RD, 26Dec18 2.8L, lng nck Sapphire Coast
Mdn 1208m 57 (G Castillo 5) 5, Set weights,
1:13.18 (Last 600m 36.02), Good(4), Medeus 59
1, Lina Rose 54 2, Patee Cat 57 4, Btg $3.20 .
Looking elsewhere.
9. TIPTA JOSIE (8) 57
b/br m 5 Zariz — Summertown Girl (W A Mathie)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$12,540
6
—
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
—
4
2
—
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Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-2-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 50%
LAST 15 STARTS: 326s427
2ND, 03Dec18 1.8L, 1.3L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1208m 58.5 (Ms K Nisbet 1) 13, Lim 56.5, 1:10.78
(Last 600m 35.39), Good(4), Run Like A Rebel
56.5 1, Banja Luka 56.5 3, Moore Euros 59 4,
Btg $4.60, $5.00, $3.50 9th to 800m, 5th turn.
Blocked for a run on straightening.
7TH, 23Dec18 2.8L Moruya Mdn 1300m 57
(Ms K Nisbet 5) 14, Set weights, 1:18.29 (Last
600m 36.71), Soft(6), Budderoo Prince 57.5 1,
Pinetti 59 2, Clergyman 57.5 3, Btg $2.60, $2.80,
$2.50 (fav). 13th to 800m, Last turn.
Far from disgraced here last outing. Can
figure.
10. COSMIC CAPER (7) 55.5
ch f 3 Zoustar — Carry On Beauty (John
Thompson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$750
2
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—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
—
2
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Wins
—
—
—
—
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2nds
—
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3rds
—
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—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 04
11TH, 06Dec18 7.9L Gosford 3yo Mdn 1200m
56 (B Spriggs 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:11.53 (Last 600m
35.66), Good(4), Battle Cry 58 1, Win ‘n’ Grin 54.5
2, Mosht Up 56 3, Btg $151.00, $101.00, $151.00
7th to turn. .
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 28Dec18 1.4L Canberra Mdn 1300m 55
(M Bell 4) 10, Lim 55, 1:16.58 (Last 600m 34.10),
Good(3), Ruby Red Socks 55.5 including 0.5 over
1, Sugar Pine 59 2, Monterey Lad 57 3, Btg $31.00
7th to 800m, 6th turn.
Wasn’t all that far away at long odds at
Canberra last time out. Place makes best
appeal.
11. INDIANA STAR (5) 55.5
b f 3 Zoffany (IR) — Komodo Blue (D A Williams)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1100
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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1
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Wins
—
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2nds
—
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3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 4
4TH, 20Dec18 3.1L Goulburn F&M’s Mdn
1200m 56.5 (M Bell 6) 10, Set weights, 1:10.39
(Last 600m 34.72), Good(4), Efficiently 56.5 1,
Micks New Chick 58 2, Moinda 56.5 3, Btg $6.00,
$8.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn.
More experienced following debut. Could
find a few lengths in this company. Take
beating.
RACE 3
EQ3
Class 1
2.10 (1425m)
1. GARROS (4) 58.5
ch g 4 Lope De Vega (IR) — Funzero (Greg
Stephens)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$17,365
6
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
—
3
2
1
—
Wins
—
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1
—
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2nds
—
—
—
1
—
3rds
—
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-1-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 16.7%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 55
LAST 15 STARTS: 42s1967s
6TH, 24Sep18 7.1L Bathurst Cls 1 1808m 60
(C Lever 2) 11, Lim 54, 1:52.37 , Good(3), Captain
Americain 55.5 1, Stately Boy 54 2, Heeby Frenly
54 3, Btg $4.00, $3.50 (fav). 3rd settling, 4th
1200m, 5th 800m, 4th turn. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
7TH, 15Oct18 4.7L Orange Bm58 1400m 60 (J
Van Overmeire 3) 14, Lim 54, 1:21.76 , Good(3),
Attilius 54 1, Griffin’s Gaze 58.5 2, Adaboycharlie
59.5 3, Btg $10.00, $17.00, $16.00 9th to 800m,
10th turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Previously trained by Bjorn
Baker. Won in Mdn company at Mudgee
first-up last campaign. Good draw.
Commands respect.
2. ETHANICITY (3) 57
b g 6 Zariz — Summertown Girl (W A Mathie)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$48,160
21
1
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
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14
5
2
—
Wins
—
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1
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2nds
—
2
1
—
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3rds
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2
1
1
—
TRACK: 6:0-1-1
DIST: 4:0-1-1
Won over: 1208 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-2
4th UP: 3:1-0-0
WIN: 4.8%
PLACE: 38.1%
RTG: 52
LAST 15 STARTS: 231627s84303534
3RD, 03Dec18 0.5L, lng nck Sapphire Coast
Cls 1 1208m 58.5 (Ms K Nisbet 6) 10, Lim 54,
1:10.25 (Last 600m 35.77), Good(4), Trumbo
59.5 1, Revitup Rednut 59 2, Bendethera 59 4,
Btg $6.50, $8.00 Last to 800m, 7th turn. Slowly
away. Blocked for a run on straightening.
4TH, 23Dec18 2.9L Moruya Cls 2 1300m 57
(Ms K Nisbet 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.19 (Last 600m
35.01), Soft(6), Elegant Ellen 59 1, Classic
Conquest 54.5 2, A Snip Of Cyndy 59 3, Btg
$8.50, $6.00 3rd to turn.
Fair effort without threatening here at
latest. Nice gate. Worth including.
3. ATOMIC BLAST (6) 56.5
br g 5 Atomic — Val Gardena (C Hensler)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$36,440
15
1
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
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10
4
—
1
Wins
—
1
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2nds
—
2
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1
3rds
—
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1
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TRACK: 4:1-1-1
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1425 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 6.7%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 51
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s550s525513256
5TH, 03Dec18 4.2L Sapphire Coast Cls 1
1208m 56.5 (Josh Richards 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:10.25
(Last 600m 35.77), Good(4), Trumbo 59.5 1,
Revitup Rednut 59 2, Ethanicity 58.5 3, Btg
$4.80, $4.00 6th to 800m, 4th turn. Hampered
near 400m.
6TH, 23Dec18 3.9L Moruya Cls 1 1010m 58
(Ms M Kinny 8) 10, Lim 54, 59.14s (Last 600m
34.21), Soft(6), Banter 59.5 1, Smart Remark
56 2, Denesc 56.5 3, Btg $8.50, $11.00 3rd to
800m, 5th turn. Wide throughout. Hampered
near turn.
Ran home respectably here last start.
Among the dangers.
4. TSUNAMI ALERT (2) 56.5
b g 4 Harbour Watch (IR) — Nickynoo’s Girl (Ms
T Bateup)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$32,830
14
1
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
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10
4
—
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Wins
—
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1
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2nds
—
2
—
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 8:1-1-1
Won over: 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 7.1%
PLACE: 28.6%
RTG: 51
LAST 15 STARTS: 497s28053210s67
6TH, 03Dec18 4.6L Sapphire Coast Cls 1
1208m 58.5 (Ms J Taylor 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:10.25
(Last 600m 35.77), Good(4), Trumbo 59.5 1,
Revitup Rednut 59 2, Ethanicity 58.5 3, Btg
$13.00, $15.00, $12.00 3rd to turn. Checked near
600m.
7TH, 24Dec18 3.4L Wagga Bm58 1400m 58
(Billy Owen 2) 14, Lim 54, 1:23.47 (Last 600m
34.18), Good(3), Hurry Up Harry 58 1, Jaytee’s
The Fox 57 2, Jounama 57 3, Btg $13.00, $12.00,
$13.00 led to turn.
Battled on fairly at Wagga last outing. Not
the roughest.
5. TUDOR PRINCE (8) 56.5
b g 3 All Too Hard — Allez Wonder (R & L Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$22,380
6
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
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4
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—
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1
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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: 1400 (1)
1st UP: 2:1-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 16.7%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 63s1707s
LAST, 27Sep18 10.4L Hawkesbury Cls 2
1800m 54 (J Adams 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:50.66
(Last 600m 35.26), Soft(7), On Angels Wings
54 1, Home Win 54 2, Happy Partner 54 3, Btg
$101.00, $51.00, $81.00 7th settling, 9th to
800m, Last turn.
7TH, 14Oct18 4.8L Moruya C,H&G’s Cls 2
1425m 56 including 0.5 over (M Bell 5) 10,
Lim 54, 1:27.30 (Last 600m 35.99), Soft(7),
Monterey Magic 55 1, John Boy 52 2, Ethanicity
57.5 3, Btg $12.00, $13.00, $12.00 8th to 800m,
7th turn. Slowly away.
--- SPELL --Fitter for 7 len last Royal Witness 807m
W Farm barrier trial Soft(5) Dec 27. First-up.
Each-way chance.
6. NO DOUBT MA’AM (7) 56
b m 4 Not A Single Doubt — Royal Commands
(Matthew Dale)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$20,800
11
1
1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
11
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6
2
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3
Wins
—
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—
—
1
2nds
—
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—
—
1
3rds
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TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1280 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 9.1%
PLACE: 18.2%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 66s458s02155s5
5TH, 04Aug18 3.2L Kembla Grange F&M’s
Cls 1 1400m 55 (Ms K Nisbet 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:24.16
(Last 600m 35.27), Good(3), Jake’s Purse 55 1,
Righteousness 59 2, Bugeisha 54 3, Btg $7.00,
$8.00, $7.50 Last to turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 23Dec18 3.7L Moruya Cls 2 1300m 55.5
(M Bell 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.19 (Last 600m 35.01),
Soft(6), Elegant Ellen 59 1, Classic Conquest 54.5
2, A Snip Of Cyndy 59 3, Btg $9.00, $17.00 7th to
turn.
Far from disgraced here first-up. Fitter.
Should be competitive.
7. RUN LIKE A REBEL (1) 56
br f 3 Rebel Raider — Goodeheremanners (Aaron
Clarke)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$18,500
4
1
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
1
2
1
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—
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2nds
—
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1
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3rds
1
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TRACK: 1:0-1-0
DIST: 1:0-1-0
Won over: 1208 (1)
1st UP: 1:0-0-1
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 75%
RTG: 57
LAST 15 STARTS: 3512
WON, 03Dec18 1.8L, 1.3L Sapphire Coast Mdn
1208m 56.5 (Ms J Taylor 8) 13, Lim 56.5, 1:10.78
(Last 600m 35.39), Good(4), Tipta Josie 58.5 2,
Banja Luka 56.5 3, Moore Euros 59 4, Btg $17.00,
$11.00, $12.00 led throughout.
2ND, 23Dec18 0.5L, sht nck Moruya Bm58
1425m 56 (Ms J Taylor 7) 14, Lim 54, 1:26.18
(Last 600m 36.27), Soft(5), Irish Lucy 57.5 1,
Bendethera 58.5 3, Chatober 53.5 4, Btg $6.00,
$4.60, $5.00 3rd to turn.
On pace and fought on bravely to place
here last time out. Decent alley. Keep in
mind.
8. FOX BEAT (5) 55
ch g 4 Foxwedge — Mo Cuishle (C Heywood)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$22,330
13
1
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
13
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Wins
—
1
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2nds
—
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3rds
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2
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 4:1-0-0
Won over: 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 7.7%
PLACE: 30.8%
RTG: 48
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s26330799s4710
WON, 11Dec18 3L, 0.5L Wagga Mdn 1400m 59
(N Heywood 10) 13, Set weights, 1:23.44 (Last
600m 35.97), Good(3), Bianbarnie 59 2, Luga
Lad 59 3, Layercake 55.5 4, Btg $15.00, $10.00
3rd to 800m, led turn.
10TH, 24Dec18 6.4L Wagga Bm58 1400m 56
(B Mc Dougall 7) 14, Lim 54, 1:23.47 (Last 600m
34.18), Good(3), Hurry Up Harry 58 1, Jaytee’s
The Fox 57 2, Jounama 57 3, Btg $9.00, $10.00,
$7.50 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn.
Average effort this grade at Wagga at
latest. Assess on strong performance at
Wagga two starts ago. Could sneak a place
at odds.
9. CITY OF SHADOWS (9) 54
br m 5 Dane Shadow — Expect To Win (B P
Connell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$34,375
19
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3
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 8:0-2-2
DIST: 5:1-1-1
Won over: 1408 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-2-0
2nd UP: 5:1-0-1
3rd UP: 3:0-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-2
WIN: 5.3%
PLACE: 36.8%
RTG: 48
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s972368s21455s
5TH, 31Aug18 1.2L Goulburn Cls 1 1600m 54 (S
Miller 6) 12, Lim 54, 1:38.31 (Last 600m 39.84),
Soft(6), Electric Shadow 52 1, Triumph Star 60 2,
Monkery 56.5 3, Btg $13.00, $21.00 led to turn.
--- LET-UP --5TH, 14Oct18 2.3L Moruya Cls 1 1300m 55 (S
Miller 7) 9, Lim 54, 1:19.15 (Last 600m 35.81),
Soft(7), Trevelyan 57.5 1, Zardoro 59.5 2, Atomic
Blast 57 3, Btg $5.50, $6.00 6th to 800m, 5th
turn.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Gets in light. Placed in Mdn
company at Moruya first-up last campaign.
Can play a role.
10. NUNYA BIZZ (11) 54
ch/gr m 6 Canny Lad — Glove Puppet (Steven
Cummins)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$20,190
12
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
12
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2
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 5:1-0-1
DIST: 3:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 3:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 8.3%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 48
LAST 15 STARTS: 53130s379s5047
4TH, 03Dec18 1.6L Sapphire Coast Bm58
1208m 54 (B Mc Dougall 2) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.39
(Last 600m 36.07), Good(4), Belle Tournure
60.5 1, Classic Conquest 56 2, Denman Flyer 58.5
3, Btg $11.00, $13.00 Last to turn. Blocked for a
run near 100m.
7TH, 23Dec18 4.3L Moruya Open 1300m 54
(B Mc Dougall 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.37 (Last 600m
35.66), Soft(5), Belle Tournure 54 1, Fruitful
Warrior 52.5 2, Budderoo Knight 62 3, Btg
$101.00, $51.00 5th to turn.
Just battled home here last start. Badly
drawn. Rough chance for minors.
11. TEARAWAY CHARLIE (12) 54
b g 5 Myboycharlie (IR) — Ibis (R & L Price)
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P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$46,460
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
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DIST: 5:1-2-1
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1410 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-1
2nd UP: 4:0-0-2
3rd UP: 2:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-0
WIN: 5%
PLACE: 45%
RTG: 45
LAST 15 STARTS: 51623s350098s59
5TH, 01Dec18 1.6L Kembla Grange C,H&G’s
Cls 1 1200m 52 (B Ryan 6) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.61 (Last
600m 34.94), Heavy(8), American Salute 54.5 1,
We Could Be Heroes 51 2, Oakfield Jet 58 3, Btg
$12.00, $9.00, $10.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
Wide throughout.
--- FRESHENED --9TH, 23Dec18 6.4L Moruya Cls 2 1300m 54
(B Ryan 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.19 (Last 600m 35.01),
Soft(6), Elegant Ellen 59 1, Classic Conquest 54.5
2, A Snip Of Cyndy 59 3, Btg $11.00, $15.00 5th
to turn.
Coming off a modest run in stronger class
here last outing. Awkwardly drawn. Hard to
recommend.
12. YOU WANT (10) 54
b g 5 Wanted — Bergman Milea Woods
SCRATCHED
RACE 4
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2.50 (1010m)
1. SHADY DIAMOND (8) 59
b g 4 Shaft — Kohinoor Crown (Aaron Clarke)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4440
3
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Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
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2
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Wins
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2nds
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DIST: 1:0-1-0
TRACK: 2:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-1-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 206s
11TH, 28Sep18 4.2L Moruya Mdn 1200m 59 (R
Bensley 2) 14, Set weights, 1:11.70 (Last 600m
34.80), Good(4), Trevelyan 56.5 1, Damit 59 2,
Lady Eleanor 57 3, Btg $3.00, $4.00 6th to turn.
Slowly away. Blocked for a run in straight.
6TH, 14Oct18 3.2L Moruya Mdn 1200m 59
(R Bensley 8) 14, Lim 54.5, 1:12.50 (Last 600m
36.39), Soft(7), Damit 57 1, Refire 56 2, Lady
Tycoon 56 3, Btg $10.00, $17.00 5th to 800m,
6th turn.
--- SPELL --First-up. Keep safe.
2. EUROSAY (2) 58.5
ch g 3 Eurozone — Magsaya (Todd Smart)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$14,675
7
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3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
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Wins
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2nds
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3rds
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DIST: 1:0-0-1
TRACK: 1:0-0-1
1st UP: 2:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
PLACE: 57.1%
LAST 15 STARTS: 30s43324s
2ND, 09Sep18 0.5L, 1.5L Gundagai Mdn
1180m 56.5 (R Bensley 6) 12, Lim 55, 1:11.50
(Last 600m 36.43), Soft(5), Is Anyone There
56 1, Who’s Shout 56.5 3, Kyoko 53.5 4, Btg
$1.90, $1.65 (fav). 7th to 800m, led turn. Struck
interference at start.
4TH, 19Sep18 5.3L Warwick Farm 3yo ,
C&G’s Mdn 1100m 55.5 (Billy Owen 2) 5, Set
weights, 1:04.18 (Last 600m 35.06), Good(4),
Fortification 56 1, Golden Shoulder 56 2,
Stardome 56 3, Btg $10.00, $11.00 3rd to turn.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Good gate. Drops in grade and
gets the chance to be more competitive.
Can’t be taken lightly.
3. FRANCISCO PIZARO (11) 58.5
b/br g 3 Skilled — Sublime Lass (Joseph Ible)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$5790
1
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1
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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1
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Wins
—
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2nds
—
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3rds
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-1-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 100%
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s
2ND, 30Aug18 0.5L, 1.5L Wagga 3yo Mdn
1200m 57 (Billy Owen 2) 13, Set weights, 1:10.47
(Last 600m 34.14), Good(4), Jaytee’s The Fox
57 1, Eurosay 57 3, Who’s Shout 57 4, Btg $9.00,
$13.00, $12.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn. Blocked
for a run on straightening.
--- SPELL --Strips fitter for 1¼ len 6th Willangie
900m Canberra barrier trial Good(3) Dec
28. First-up. Solid debut performance and
sure to improve into this. Include among
the better chances.
4. SAINT AY (12) 57.5
ch g 3 Reset — Miss Hottie D A Williams
SCRATCHED
5. FARAGE (4) 57
ch g 3 Eurozone — Abba (B Joseph & P & M
Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$540
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
1
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1
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Wins
—
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2nds
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3rds
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DIST: 0:0-0-0
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 0:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 6
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6TH, 23Dec18 3.1L Moruya Mdn 920m 56 (P
Scorse 8) 12, Lim 55, 53.42s (Last 600m 34.16),
Soft(6), Exceed The Night 58 1, None So Bright
58 2, I Am Rush 57 3, Btg $10.00, $16.00 7th to
turn. Raced Greenly.
Likely to improve on debut effort. Can
figure.
6. DEVINE SHEN (13) 55.5
ch f 3 Nicconi — Zedski (Luke Pepper)
LAST 15 STARTS:
2ND, 20Dec18 nse, 1.5L Goulburn Btria
800m, (Simon Miller 1) 4, Catch weights, 46.98
secs (Last 600m 35.49), Track Good(4), Saint Ay
1, Magic Interlude 3, Heat Is On 4,
Trials: (1:0-1-0). Big watch.
7. FABULOUS FRAN (9) 55.5
b/br f 3 More Than Ready (US) — Forget The
Weather (US) (Matthew Dale)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$4730
3
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1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
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3
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Wins
—
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2nds
—
1
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 3:0-1-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 626
2ND, 30Nov18 1L, 2L Canberra Mdn 1000m
54.5 (Ms K Nisbet 6) 10, Lim 54.5, 58.63s (Last
600m 34.36), Good(4), Hylonome 56.5 1,
Exceed The Night 57.5 3, Aroha Diamond 54.5 4,
Btg $7.00, $10.00, $8.50 led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 24Dec18 5.9L Wagga Mdn 1000m 55
(Ms K Nisbet 4) 12, Lim 54, 57.46s (Last 600m
32.98), Good(3), Acton Shale 58 1, Jungle Book
52.5 2, The Chaplain 56.5 3, Btg $4.60, $5.00 2nd
to turn. Slowly away.
Went to line only fairly this level at Wagga
last time out. Not the roughest.
8. PONT DE CIROU (5) 55.5
b g 3 Animal Kingdom (US) — Languedoc (N E
Layt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$500
2
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—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
2
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2
—
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Wins
—
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—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
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3rds
—
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 70
7TH, 22Nov18 9L Queanbeyan Mdn 1200m
56.5 (R Bensley 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:11.62 (Last
600m 37.21), Soft(5), Bling Alert 54 1, Nine
Circles 54 2, Ameares 54 3, Btg $4.00, $5.00 led
to 800m, 2nd turn. Slowly away. Vetted - no
abnormalities.
--- FRESHENED --13TH, 23Dec18 8L Moruya Mdn 1300m 57.5 (R
Bensley 7) 14, Set weights, 1:18.29 (Last 600m
36.71), Soft(6), Budderoo Prince 57.5 1, Pinetti
59 2, Clergyman 57.5 3, Btg $31.00, $71.00 7th to
800m, 8th turn. Wide throughout.
Doesn’t look likely.
9. PROSE ‘N’ CONS (7) 55.5
b/br c 3 Pluck (US) — Chelsea Rose (C Heywood)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$3720
3
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—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
3
—
3
—
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
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—
3rds
—
1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-1
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 33.3%
LAST 15 STARTS: 93s7
3RD, 03May18 4L, lng hd Wagga 2yo Open
1200m 55.5 (B Mc Dougall 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:11.95
(Last 600m 34.91), Good(3), Miss Scorcher 57.5
1, Mookareena 57 2, Or Else 56.5 4, Btg $71.00,
$201.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Difficult to load.
Warning - barrier manners.
--- SPELL --7TH, 24Dec18 6.2L Wagga Mdn 1000m 55.5
(R Bensley 1) 12, Lim 54, 57.46s (Last 600m
32.98), Good(3), Acton Shale 58 1, Jungle Book
52.5 2, The Chaplain 56.5 3, Btg $16.00, $15.00,
$31.00 5th to 800m, 3rd turn. Hampered early
stages.
Average effort in same class at Wagga
first-up. Place appeal only.
10. SARZANA (6) 55.5
b f 3 Animal Kingdom (US) — Sara’s Choice
(Natalie Jarvis)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$12,680
9
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—
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
9
—
5
2
1
1
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
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—
—
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3rds
—
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1
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1
TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-1
PLACE: 22.2%
LAST 15 STARTS: 54s634340s5
12TH, 28Sep18 9.2L Moruya Mdn 1425m 56.5
(S Guymer 9) 13, Lim 55, 1:25.90 (Last 600m
36.74), Good(4), Atomic Blast 53.5 1, Gorush
Lightning 58 2, Or Else 56.5 3, Btg $4.80, $5.00,
$4.60 4th to turn.
--- SPELL --5TH, 23Dec18 2.6L Moruya Mdn 920m 56
(Ms J Taylor 10) 12, Lim 55, 53.42s (Last 600m
34.16), Soft(6), Exceed The Night 58 1, None So
Bright 58 2, I Am Rush 57 3, Btg $8.00, $9.00
4th to turn.
Fair effort without threatening here firstup. Will only be fitter. Outside chance for
multiples.
11. THE NOTORIOUS (1) 55
b g 3 Stryker — Pywacket (Greg Stephens)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1760
4
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—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
4
—
3
1
—
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Wins
—
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2nds
—
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—
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3rds
—
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 0:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
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LAST 15 STARTS: 06s7s4
7TH, 28Sep18 3.3L Moruya Mdn 1200m 56.5
(M Travers 6) 14, Set weights, 1:11.70 (Last 600m
34.80), Good(4), Trevelyan 56.5 1, Damit 59 2,
Lady Eleanor 57 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00, $101.00
3rd to turn. Lacerations.
--- SPELL --4TH, 28Dec18 7L Bairnsdale 3yo Mdn 1200m
58 (Ms G Cartwright 5) 5, Set weights, 1:13.02 ,
Good(4), Street Icon 56 1, Toruk 58 2, Accredit
58 3, Btg $9.00, $11.00 Last to turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
Just battled home in same company at
Bairnsdale first-up. A win would surprise.
12. WHO TOLD YA (3) 55
br m 4 Strada — You Ess Odyssey (C Heywood)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$8035
7
—
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
6
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 6:0-1-2
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-2
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
PLACE: 42.9%
LAST 15 STARTS: 6377s239
3RD, 08Dec18 lng nck, 1L Albury Mdn 1000m
53.5 (Josh Richards 10) 11, Lim 55, 59.19s (Last
600m 35.23), Good(3), Diva Doc 56 1, Talk To
Amanda 59 2, Wild Soul 56.5 4, Btg $6.50, $8.50
8th to turn.
9TH, 24Dec18 7.1L Wagga Mdn 1000m 52
(Josh Richards 12) 12, Lim 54, 57.46s (Last 600m
32.98), Good(3), Acton Shale 58 1, Jungle Book
52.5 2, The Chaplain 56.5 3, Btg $31.00, $61.00
8th to 800m, 10th turn. Wide throughout.
Was safely held at Wagga at latest. Only a
place chance.
13. JOLIE COLLEEN (10) 55
ch f 3 Dream Ahead (US) — Varella (John L
Morrison)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$2000
6
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
1
4
1
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 3:0-0-0
1st UP: 1:0-0-0
2nd UP: 1:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 887090
LAST, 13Nov18 7.6L Queanbeyan Mdn 900m
56.5 (M Heagney 9) 9, Lim 56.5, 51.17s (Last
600m 33.16), Firm(2), Quiano Queen 57 1, Wild
Soul 56.5 2, Cosmic Deluxe 57 3, Btg $151.00 Last
to turn. Hampered at start.
--- FRESHENED --10TH, 09Dec18 3.5L Nowra 2nd F&M’s Mdn
1100m 54 (S Guymer 1) 12, Lim 54, 1:03.41 (Last
600m 34.82), Good(4), Sestina 55.5 1, Smelting
57 including 0.5 over 2, Starchild 55 3, Btg
$151.00 3rd to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Struggling to make an
impression. Looks tested.
RACE 5
Class 3
3.30 (1650m)
1. RESORT (9) 60.5
b g 5 Domesday — Nusa Dua (Natalie Jarvis)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$70,625
23
3
1
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
23
—
14
4
3
2
Wins
—
1
1
—
1
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
1
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1600 (2) 1850 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-0-1
2nd UP: 5:0-1-1
3rd UP: 5:2-0-0
4th UP: 4:1-0-2
WIN: 13%
PLACE: 34.8%
RTG: 64
LAST 15 STARTS: 63s341147s47835
3RD, 23Nov18 5L, 1/2 hd Orange Bm66
2100m 60.5 (M Bell 8) 10, Lim 54, 2:08.57 ,
Good(4), Knight Star 58 1, Magic Over The Bay
61.5 2, Douro 54 4, Btg $11.00, $8.50 4th settling,
5th 1200m, 6th 800m, 7th turn. Shifted out
near 1600m.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 15Dec18 5L Kembla Grange Bm64
2000m 59.5 (R Brewer 1) 6, Lim 54, 2:08.13
(Last 600m 34.79), Heavy(8), Arrows Destiny
55.5 1, Curata Princess 57.5 2, Leave Ya Numba
57.5 3, Btg $8.50, $9.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn.
Slowly away.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Coming off a modest run in
the wet this grade at Kembla Grange last
start. Worth some thought.
2. ONLY CHOICE (13) 60
br g 5 Dalghar (FR) — Honor Babe (NZ) (Kurt
Goldman)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$64,425
15
3
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
—
10
2
3
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
1
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (2)
1st UP: 4:0-1-1
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 4:2-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 46.7%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 6s3819s4216s492
9TH, 08Dec18 5.9L Rosehill Cls 3 1400m 56 (T
Clark 12) 13, Lim 53, 1:22.87 (Last 600m 35.28,
Last 200m 12.12), Good(3), Our Rosemaree 53.5
1, Chewbacca 58 2, Hemmerle 57.5 3, Btg $26.00,
$41.00 11th to turn.
2ND, 20Dec18 lng hd, sht hd Goulburn Cls
3 1400m 59 (M Bell 1) 5, Lim 54, 1:23.67 (Last
600m 34.77), Good(4), Denim Street 56.5 1, First
Courrier 57.5 3, Rock Prodigy 54 4, Btg $2.10,
$1.90 (fav). 4th settling, led 800m, 2nd turn.
Blundered at start.
Consistent gelding. Charged home to just
miss at short odds last outing. Looks one of
the main chances.
3. FIRST COURRIER (7) 58
b g 5 Shellscrape — Courrier De Coeur (R & L
Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$89,445
26
3
6
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
—
16
5
4
1
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
4
1
—
1
3rds
—
3
2
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1400 (1) 1600 (2)
1st UP: 4:1-1-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-1-1
4th UP: 4:1-0-2
WIN: 11.5%
PLACE: 53.8%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s25236223s1543
4TH, 01Dec18 2.4L Kembla Grange Bm64
1600m 56 (Ms J Taylor 2) 9, Lim 54, 1:38.33 (Last
600m 35.28), Soft(7), Miss Jenny 56.5 1, Nacho
Libre 61 2, Sunday Swindler 54 3, Btg $4.00,
$4.20, $3.80 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn.
3RD, 20Dec18 lng hd, sht hd Goulburn Cls
3 1400m 57.5 (Ms J Taylor 3) 5, Lim 54, 1:23.67
(Last 600m 34.77), Good(4), Denim Street
56.5 1, Only Choice 59 2, Rock Prodigy 54 4, Btg
$2.90, $3.50 3rd settling, 4th 800m, 3rd turn.
Overraced middle stages.
Worked home solidly to place at Goulburn
last time out. Each-way chance.
4. TYRES ARE CRUCIAL (2) 57.5
b/br g 4 Pendragon (NZ) — Stormy Sac (B Joseph
& P & M Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$72,360
17
3
2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
—
16
1
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 3:1-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1300 (1) 1800 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-1-0
2nd UP: 4:1-1-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 17.6%
PLACE: 35.3%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 1s44090s5983106
LAST, 24Nov18 6.9L Rosehill Cls 3 1500m 54
including 0.5 over (C Reith 6) 10, Lim 53, 1:30.67
(Last 600m 35.18, Last 200m 12.44), Good(3),
Carillon 53.5 1, Polemic 57.5 2, Blue Collar Boy 53
3, Btg $12.00, $21.00 Last to turn. Slowly away.
Blundered early stages.
--- FRESHENED --6TH, 16Dec18 3L Canberra Bm65 2000m 58
(Ms K Nisbet 11) 13, Lim 54, 2:05.57 (Last 600m
36.13), Soft(6), Just Dylan 57.5 1, Magic Over The
Bay 60 2, Laughing Or Crying 57.5 3, Btg $6.00,
$8.00 10th settling, 11th 1200m, 12th 800m,
10th turn. Blocked for a run on straightening.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Ran home respectably at
Canberra at latest. Drawn favourably.
Worth including.
5. TAG AND RELEASE (10) 57
b g 5 Artie Schiller (US) — Enrich (US) (J M Cleary)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$43,215
17
3
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
2
9
4
1
1
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
1
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 4:1-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1425 (1) 1460 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-1-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:1-0-1
WIN: 17.6%
PLACE: 29.4%
RTG: 57
LAST 15 STARTS: 83s8707s5651144
4TH, 03Dec18 1.2L Sapphire Coast Cls 3
1408m 58 (Ms J Taylor 6) 6, Lim 54, 1:23.81 (Last
600m 37.45), Good(4), Certain Riches 52 1, Away
She Goes 54.5 2, Reliant 58 3, Btg $2.80, $3.50,
$3.20 Last settling, 5th turn.
4TH, 22Dec18 1.5L Warwick Farm Cls 3 1600m
54 (Ms J Taylor 4) 9, Lim 53, 1:40.93 (Last 600m
37.13, Last 200m 12.39), Heavy(8), Moobi 58
1, Hemmerle 58.5 2, Saarim 50 3, Btg $21.00,
$26.00 8th to 800m, 6th turn. Checked near
1000m.
Gave good account at Warwick Farm last
start. Rates highly.
6. ARDANZA (5) 56
b/br m 6 Dane Shadow — Ar Dan (Ms W Roche)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$55,995
20
2
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
20
—
18
2
—
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1400 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:2-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-1-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 10%
PLACE: 20%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 8s14060s9075370
7TH, 25Nov18 5.4L Goulburn Bm66 2300m
57 (Billy Owen 1) 9, Lim 54, 2:25.84 (Last 600m
36.43), Good(4), Confidential 55 1, Bocain 57
2, Red Heat 56 3, Btg $6.50, $5.50, $6.00 led
settling, 3rd to turn. Blocked for a run early
stages. Eased near 100m.
10TH, 05Dec18 5.9L Warwick Farm Bm70
2200m 53 (Ms R King 2) 12, Lim 53, 2:17.43 (Last
600m 36.45), Good(4), Devil’s Lair 57.5 1, Miss
Shanti 58.5 2, The Iron Maiden 56 3, Btg $31.00,
$51.00, $41.00 5th settling, 8th to 800m, 9th
turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Went to line only fairly this
level at Warwick Farm last outing. Keep
safe.
7. BULL BAILEY (8) 55.5
b g 6 Haradasun — Virginia Breeze (K Dryden &
S Collings)
SCRATCHED
8. IDALIA’S DREAM (3) 54.5
br g 5 Sebring — Idalia Belle (J W Marzol)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$39,980
24
2
3
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
24
—
17
5
2
—
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
1
—
3rds
—
2
3
1
—
TRACK: 1:0-1-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1400 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-2
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-1-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 8.3%
PLACE: 45.8%
RTG: 52
LAST 15 STARTS: 453s35266072914
WON, 08Dec18 3.3L, 0.8L Moulamein Cls 1
1600m 59 (B Murphy 2) 6, Set weights, 1:38.21 ,
Good(3), Nickalo 59 2, Cheap Choice 57 3, Bridgy
Lass 55 4, Btg $4.00 .
4TH, 26Dec18 2.6L Tumut Bm50 1600m 62
(B Murphy 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:36.45 (Last 600m
35.01), Good(3), Abington Threat 52.5 1, Extra
Cool 57.5 2, John Boy 58 3, Btg $7.00 .
Battled on fairly at Tumut at latest. Win
two back had merit. Could sneak a place at
odds.
9. TIARA ROAD (6) 54
bl/br m 4 Roadhog — Star Tiara (D A Williams)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$36,170
14
2
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
—
10
2
2
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
1
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-1
DIST: 1:0-0-1
Won over: 1300 (1) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 14.3%
PLACE: 35.7%
RTG: 55
LAST 15 STARTS: 00165163326s668
6TH, 09Dec18 3.6L Nowra Cls 2 1400m 55.5
(Ms K O’Hara 3) 9, Lim 54, 1:22.44 (Last 600m
34.38), Good(4), Xaarfoxylady 57 1, Juaphikoa
58.5 2, Graceful Gift 54 3, Btg $5.50 8th settling,
7th turn.
8TH, 22Dec18 10.2L Warwick Farm Cls 3
1600m 53 (C Brown 8) 9, Lim 53, 1:40.93 (Last
600m 37.13, Last 200m 13.28), Heavy(8), Moobi
58 1, Hemmerle 58.5 2, Saarim 50 3, Btg $51.00,
$61.00 6th to 800m, Last turn. Ran wide middle
stages.
Ordinary in the wet at Warwick Farm last
start. Rough chance for minors.
10. TIPTA TANTIVY (4) 54
b m 8 Zariz — Summertown Girl (W A Mathie)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$90,180
34
3
7
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
34
—
22
8
4
—
Wins
—
1
1
1
—
2nds
—
4
2
1
—
3rds
—
3
1
—
—
TRACK: 8:1-1-0
DIST: 5:1-2-0
Won over: 1400 (1) 1608 (1) 2000 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 8.8%
PLACE: 41.2%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 85201882s640602
10TH, 16Dec18 7L Canberra Bm65 2000m 52
(Josh Richards 1) 13, Lim 54, 2:05.57 (Last 600m
36.13), Soft(6), Just Dylan 57.5 1, Magic Over The
Bay 60 2, Laughing Or Crying 57.5 3, Btg $21.00
4th settling, 3rd 1200m, 4th 800m, 7th turn.
2ND, 02Jan19 sht hd, 2.3L Sapphire Coast
Bm66 1608m 54 (Ms J Taylor 3) 7, Lim 54, 1:38.79
(Last 600m 36.66), Good(4), The Blues Brother
56 1, Grasp 54 3, Balansa 60 4, Btg $13.00, $8.00
3rd settling, 4th to 800m, 2nd turn.
Finished well to place at Sapphire Coast
last outing. Can figure.
11. MONTEREY MAGIC (1) 54
b g 5 Magic Albert — Salinas (Greg Stephens)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$57,180
29
3
2
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
29
—
19
6
3
1
Wins
—
1
1
1
—
2nds
—
1
—
1
—
3rds
—
3
—
—
—
TRACK: 6:1-1-0
DIST: 1:0-1-0
Won over: 1400 (2) 1425 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 10.3%
PLACE: 27.6%
RTG: 51
LAST 15 STARTS: 132454620416450
5TH, 03Dec18 1.7L Sapphire Coast Cls 3
1408m 54.5 (P Scorse 3) 6, Lim 54, 1:23.81 (Last
600m 37.45), Good(4), Certain Riches 52 1, Away
She Goes 54.5 2, Reliant 58 3, Btg $3.80, $3.00,
$3.20 (fav). 2nd to turn.
10TH, 23Dec18 3.9L Moruya Bm58 1425m 58
(B Mc Dougall 8) 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, $9.00 4th
to turn.
Far from disgraced here last time out.
Place appeal only.
12. CHATOBER (12) 54
b m 6 Gonski — Class Display (B P Connell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$40,304
30
2
4
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
30
2
19
4
3
2
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
1
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
3
1
—
—
TRACK: 11:1-1-2
DIST: 3:1-1-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1650 (1)
1st UP: 6:1-1-0
2nd UP: 6:0-0-1
3rd UP: 4:0-0-1
4th UP: 4:0-0-0
WIN: 6.7%
PLACE: 33.3%
RTG: 50
LAST 15 STARTS: 7431s9798362224
2ND, 08Dec18 8.8L, 0.5L Cooma Cls 2 1600m
57.5 (P Scorse 6) 6, Lim 54, 1:34.62 (Last 600m
34.56), Firm(2), The Walrus 54.5 1, Coureuse
Controls 54 3, Tunnel Rat 56.5 4, Btg $3.50 .
4TH, 23Dec18 1.7L Moruya Bm58 1425m
53.5 (Josh Richards 10) 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 $41.00,
$31.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn.
Just behind the placegetters here at
latest. Needs luck from out there. Outside
chance for multiples.
13. DANCE HARDER SON (11) 54
b/br g 6 Haradasun — Gorgeous Dancer (Ms L
Bundy)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$41,477
41
1
3
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
41
—
33
6
2
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
5
1
—
—
TRACK: 27:1-2-3
DIST: 4:0-0-0
Won over: 1310 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-2
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-1
4th UP: 3:0-0-1
WIN: 2.4%
PLACE: 24.4%
RTG: 40
LAST 15 STARTS: 035s00757874990
9TH, 23Dec18 3.5L Moruya Bm58 1425m
52 (Ms C Gravener 14) 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 $26.00,
$31.00 13th to 800m, 9th turn.
LAST, 02Jan19 12.2L Sapphire Coast Cls 1
1608m 57 (Ms C Gravener 7) 10, Set weights,
1:39.49 (Last 600m 37.01), Good(4), Georgian
Court 57 1, Bendethera 59 2, Imanacheeva 59 3,
Btg $13.00, $16.00 Last to 800m, 8th turn.
Couldn’t show a turn of foot in weaker
company at Sapphire Coast last start. Faces
stronger opposition now. Wide alley is a
concern. Not likely.
RACE 6
Open
4.10 (1200m)
1. COUNT DEKRONER (3) 61
b/br g 7 Danerich — Scores (G W Murray)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$98,260
26
7
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
—
19
5
2
—
Wins
—
6
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
2
—
—
3rds
—
3
—
1
—
TRACK: 5:4-0-0
DIST: 11:4-1-2
Won over: 1010 (2) 1200 (4) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 6:2-2-0
2nd UP: 5:1-0-1
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 26.9%
PLACE: 53.8%
RTG: 76
LAST 15 STARTS: 80s11s8094690s1
12TH, 19Aug18 13.2L Moruya Open 1435m 57.5
(R Brewer 11) 13, Lim 54, 1:26.45 (Last 600m
35.32), Good(4), Cliff 54 1, Diamond Made 54 2,
Rinviata 55.5 3, Btg $15.00, $13.00 led to turn.
Hampered near turn.
--- SPELL --WON, 23Dec18 1L, 0.8L Moruya Open 1010m
55.5 (Billy Owen 2) 12, Lim 54, 58.69s (Last
600m 34.35), Soft(5), Leami Astray 57 2, Our
Revenue 54 3, Living Doll 54 4, Btg $10.00,
$21.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
Honest competitor. Strong on-pace
victory here first-up. Strips fitter. Has had
success at this track. One of the major
players.
2. LEAMI ASTRAY (6) 60.5
b m 6 Darci Brahma (NZ) — Leamington (US) (R
& L Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$158,705
30
4
5
7
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
30
—
22
8
—
—
Wins
—
4
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
2
—
—
3rds
—
4
3
—
—
TRACK: 5:3-2-0
DIST: 10:0-1-5
Won over: 920 (1) 1000 (1) 1020 (2)
1st UP: 6:3-1-0
2nd UP: 6:1-1-1
3rd UP: 4:0-1-2
4th UP: 3:0-1-1
WIN: 13.3%
PLACE: 53.3%
RTG: 79
LAST 15 STARTS: 934554s15323532
3RD, 05Dec18 1.8L, 0.5L Warwick Farm ,
F&M’s Bm70 1200m 56.5 (B Ryan 5) 7, Lim 53,
1:09.43 (Last 600m 34.29), Good(4), The Art
Of The Bar 59 1, Seles 54.5 2, Shantou 60 4, Btg
$12.00, $13.00, $12.00 3rd throughout. Jumped
awkwardly.
2ND, 23Dec18 1L, 0.8L Moruya Open 1010m
57 (Ms W Costin 1) 12, Lim 54, 58.69s (Last
600m 34.35), Soft(5), Count Dekroner 55.5 1,
Our Revenue 54 3, Living Doll 54 4, Btg $2.35,
$1.90 (fav). 6th to turn.
Ready to win. Finished solidly to place at
short odds here last outing. Has raced well
this track previously. Take beating.
3. BEAU TIRAGE (5) 58.5
b g 6 Dane Shadow — Star Of Crown (K Dryden
& S Collings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$135,850
26
4
4
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
1
16
5
4
—
Wins
—
2
1
1
—
2nds
—
2
1
1
—
3rds
—
4
1
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 2:1-0-0
Won over: 1000 (3) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 6:2-0-0
2nd UP: 6:1-1-0
3rd UP: 5:0-2-1
4th UP: 4:0-1-2
WIN: 15.4%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 71
LAST 15 STARTS: 2221s808747s686
LAST, 26Nov18 6.9L Wagga Open 1000m
58 (M A Cahill 2) 8, Lim 54, 57.19s (Last 600m
33.60), Good(3), Tycoon Tony 53 1, Wednesday
Warrior 54 2, Heza Thief 61 3, Btg $6.50, $13.00
7th to turn. Hampered at start. Checked near
800m.
6TH, 30Nov18 2.7L Canberra Open 1300m
54.5 (B Ward 5) 11, Lim 54, 1:17.10 (Last 600m
35.06), Good(4), Levee Bank 54 1, Super Star
Bob 54.5 2, Mercurial Lad 60 3, Btg $151.00,
$101.00 led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Wasn’t all that far away at
Canberra last time out. Only a place chance.
4. JUST LIKE STRATUM (4) 58.5
b g 8 Stratum — Dixie Parade (US) P Niceforo
SCRATCHED
5. TIGER BY THE TALE (8) 58
b/br g 7 Tale Of The Cat (US) — Spinner’s Magic
(NZ) (D A Williams)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$192,175
51
6
5
8
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
51
—
38
11
2
—
Wins
—
4
2
—
—
2nds
—
4
1
—
—
3rds
—
7
—
1
—
TRACK: 2:1-0-0
DIST: 23:3-1-2
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (3) 1350 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-1-0
2nd UP: 4:1-0-1
3rd UP: 4:1-0-0
4th UP: 4:0-0-0
WIN: 11.8%
PLACE: 37.3%
RTG: 70
LAST 15 STARTS: 330243251182608
10TH, 08Dec18 6L Rosehill Bm78 1300m 49
(B Ryan 7) 11, Lim 52, 1:16.25 (Last 600m 34.51,
Last 200m 12.12), Good(3), Discussions 53.5 1,
Good Weather 56.5 2, Blue Tycoon 58.5 3, Btg
$51.00, $71.00 6th settling, 5th turn. Hampered
early stages.
Continued page 28
28 RACING
From page 27
8TH, 23Dec18 4.4L Moruya Open 1300m 57
(M Bell 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.37 (Last 600m 35.66),
Soft(5), Belle Tournure 54 1, Fruitful Warrior 52.5
2, Budderoo Knight 62 3, Btg $8.50, $7.50 6th to
800m, 7th turn.
Just battled home here last start. Among
the dangers.
6. FERMANAGH LAD (7) 56
ch g 6 Bon Hoffa — Pride And Gorgeous (C
Heywood)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$100,415
34
5
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
34
—
27
6
1
—
Wins
—
3
2
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
3
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 18:5-2-3
Won over: 1175 (1) 1200 (4)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:1-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-1
4th UP: 3:1-0-1
WIN: 14.7%
PLACE: 35.3%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 9322411s6458566
6TH, 11Dec18 4.9L Wagga Open 1000m 54.5
(M Travers 3) 7, Lim 54, 57.41s (Last 600m 33.76),
Good(3), Oh What A Thief 50 1, Benno’s Boy 54
2, Brockton Punch 54 3, Btg $5.00 3rd to turn.
Vetted - no abnormalities.
6TH, 24Dec18 3.1L Wagga Bm74 1200m 55.5
(Josh Richards 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:09.04 (Last
600m 33.91), Good(3), Forever Newyork 57.5 1,
Bennelong Dancer 58 2, Perfect Statue 57 3, Btg
$12.00, $11.00, $15.00 led to turn.
Ran home respectably at Wagga last
outing. Place makes best appeal.
7. CRITICAL TOUCH (9) 54.5
ch g 6 Strategic — Look And Feel (B Joseph & P
& M Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$97,960
33
5
8
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
33
1
20
8
2
2
Wins
—
4
—
—
1
2nds
—
2
5
1
—
3rds
—
1
—
1
—
TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 11:1-2-1
Won over: 1200 (1) 1280 (1) 1400 (3)
1st UP: 5:0-3-0
2nd UP: 5:2-0-0
3rd UP: 4:1-0-0
4th UP: 4:1-1-1
WIN: 15.2%
PLACE: 45.5%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 510152239s81727
2ND, 16Dec18 nse, 0.5L Canberra Bm70
1300m 57.5 (S Miller 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.18 (Last
600m 35.26), Soft(6), Animalia 60 1, Choice
Harvest 58.5 3, Trying 55 4, Btg $13.00, $11.00
led to turn.
7TH, 28Dec18 4.3L Canberra Bm65 1400m
59.5 (P Scorse 2) 11, Lim 54, 1:22.52 (Last 600m
34.74), Good(3), Lucky Prospector 60 1, Smiling
At Shadows 52 2, Fui San 60 3, Btg $6.00, $9.00
2nd settling, led turn.
Coming off a modest run at Canberra last
time out. Not the roughest.
8. BELLEGANO (1) 54
b m 4 Rogano — Betty’s Belle (G Backhouse)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$49,675
10
2
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
10
—
4
5
—
1
Wins
—
—
1
—
1
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-0-0
DIST: 6:1-1-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:1-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 20%
PLACE: 30%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 121s440s8s790
LAST, 21Oct18 13.7L Nowra Bm66 1200m 59
(S Guymer 5) 9, Lim 54, 1:09.97 (Last 600m
35.20), Soft(7), Feisty Fox 54 1, Charlie Chap
59.5 2, Sacred Son 55.5 3, Btg $8.50, $15.00 Last
to turn. Pre race incident. Passed fit at barrier.
Eased early stages.
--- LET-UP --11TH, 23Dec18 5.6L Moruya Open 1010m 54 (B
Ward 10) 12, Lim 54, 58.69s (Last 600m 34.35),
Soft(5), Count Dekroner 55.5 1, Leami Astray 57
2, Our Revenue 54 3, Btg $31.00, $71.00 11th to
800m, Last turn. Slowly away.
Racing poorly. Hard to make a case for.
9. WHISPERED PRAYER (2) 54
br m 7 Bryannbo’s Gift (NZ) — Madam’s Choice
(Matthew J Stephens)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$54,016
23
3
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
23
—
19
4
—
—
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 9:0-0-0
DIST: 9:2-0-0
Won over: 1208 (2) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:1-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 13%
PLACE: 30.4%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 2314s8145770426
2ND, 01Nov18 0.8L, 0.5L Sapphire Coast
Bm74 1608m 54 (M Travers 1) 6, Lim 54, 1:37.80
(Last 600m 35.05), Good(4), Athonis 57 1, Darts
Away 58 3, Grasp 54 4, Btg $6.00, $5.50, $7.50
led settling, 2nd to turn.
6TH, 18Nov18 3.1L Canberra Bm65 1600m
56 (M Travers 2) 12, Lim 54, 1:36.34 (Last 600m
34.69), Good(4), Appoint Percy 58.5 1, Laughing
Or Crying 57 including 0.5 over 2, Just Dylan 57 3,
Btg $21.00, $41.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.
--- LET-UP --Returning from let-up. Battled on fairly
at Canberra at latest. Could sneak a place
at odds.
RACE 7
Open
4.50 (1425m)
1. MERCURIAL LAD (12) 61
ch g 5 Pendragon (NZ) — Mercury Lady (NZ) (B
Joseph & P & M Jones)
SCRATCHED
WATCH ALL SKY RACING LIVE ON THE TAB APP. GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY.
2. CLIFF (5) 59
b g 5 Canford Cliffs (IR) — I’m So Classical (J M
Cleary)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$173,325
39
6
11
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
39
1
25
8
3
2
Wins
—
4
1
1
—
2nds
1
5
4
1
—
3rds
—
5
—
—
—
TRACK: 5:1-1-1
DIST: 16:4-6-4
Won over: 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (2) 1435 (1)
1460 (1)
1st UP: 6:0-0-2
2nd UP: 6:2-2-1
3rd UP: 6:2-2-0
4th UP: 5:0-3-0
WIN: 15.4%
PLACE: 56.4%
RTG: 79
LAST 15 STARTS: 56s611232141529
2ND, 28Oct18 nck, sht 1/2 hd Queanbeyan
Open 2000m 60.5 (Ms J Taylor 5) 10, Lim 54,
2:02.94 (Last 600m 35.86), Firm(2), Charlie
Royale 56.5 1, Dylan’s Romance 61 3, Hirokin 59.5
4, Btg $3.20, $3.50 led to turn.
--- LET-UP --9TH, 23Dec18 4.9L Moruya Open 1300m 61
(Ms J Taylor 3) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.37 (Last 600m
35.66), Soft(5), Belle Tournure 54 1, Fruitful
Warrior 52.5 2, Budderoo Knight 62 3, Btg $4.80,
$5.50, $5.00 4th to turn. Caused interference.
Rider charged with careless riding.
Went to line only fairly here last outing.
Proven performer over this trip. Each-way
chance.
3. SUPER STAR BOB (3) 59
b g 5 Mossman — Charlety Star (Matthew Dale)
SCRATCHED
4. CUBA (4) 57
br g 4 All Too Hard — Tabasco Kitten (John
Thompson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$107,290
17
2
4
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
—
13
3
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
1
—
3rds
—
1
2
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 4:0-1-0
Won over: 1200 (1) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-1-2
2nd UP: 4:0-1-0
3rd UP: 2:1-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 11.8%
PLACE: 52.9%
RTG: 75
LAST 15 STARTS: 2315s2018727s32
3RD, 29Nov18 sht nck, 1.5L Wyong Cls
4 1350m 56.5 (R Dolan 6) 7, Lim 54, 1:20.11
(Last 600m 35.71), Soft(6), Celtic Love 57 1,
Bryan’s Babe 54 2, Dawn Raid 59 4, Btg $3.50,
$3.00 (fav). 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Jumped
awkwardly. Shifted out near 200m.
2ND, 19Dec18 sht hd, 1.5L Wyong Cls 2 1350m
57 (P Scorse 4) 7, Lim 54, 1:21.13 (Last 600m
33.86), Good(4), Fuchu 58 1, Resonare 57 3, Uber
Lux 55.5 4, Btg $4.00, $4.60, $4.20 2nd settling,
3rd 800m, 4th turn.
Right in the thick of it at Wyong at latest.
Fitter for recent racing. Drawn to effect.
Keep safe.
5. APPOINT PERCY (13) 56
br g 7 Sir Percy (GB) — Bankonher (NZ) (Luke
Pepper)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$124,381
30
5
5
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
30
—
16
8
3
3
Wins
—
3
1
1
—
2nds
—
5
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 3:0-2-0
DIST: 7:2-1-1
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (2) 1600 (2)
1st UP: 5:1-1-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 4:1-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 16.7%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 73
LAST 15 STARTS: 25280s766931125
2ND, 07Dec18 1L, 0.5L Mudgee Open 1600m
52 (Ms C Gravener 4) 13, Lim 54, 1:35.15 , Good(3),
Tahsin 56.5 1, Missybeel 54.5 3, Steamin’ 54 4,
Btg $4.80, $4.00, $5.00 led to turn. Hung out
near 600m. Vetted - no abnormalities.
5TH, 26Dec18 2.8L Randwick Bm70 1600m
58 (J Ford 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:35.19 (Last 600m
36.81), Good(4), Cyber Intervention 56 1, Tahsin
59.5 2, Kelvinside 56.5 3, Btg $15.00, $13.00,
$21.00 3rd settling, 2nd 1200m, led to turn.
Wasn’t all that far away at Randwick last
start. Usually prominent. Suited over this
distance. Keep in mind.
6. ANIMALIA (6) 55.5
b g 4 Animal Kingdom (US) — Hold To Ransom
(US) (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: 2:0-1-0
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: 72
LAST 15 STARTS: 213145s503539s1
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.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Overall record sound. Good,
determined win from off the pace first-up.
Can play a role.
7. JUST LIKE STRATUM (11) 55
b g 8 Stratum — Dixie Parade (US) P Niceforo
SCRATCHED
8. BELLE TOURNURE (8) 54
b m 5 Ad Valorem (US) — Amitola (Natalie Jarvis)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$67,475
16
4
2
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
16
—
12
2
2
—
Wins
—
3
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
1
—
3rds
—
3
—
—
—
TRACK: 5:2-1-2
DIST: 5:0-1-2
Won over: 1200 (1) 1208 (1) 1300 (2)
1st UP: 4:2-0-0
2nd UP: 4:2-1-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 25%
PLACE: 56.3%
RTG: 73
LAST 15 STARTS: 425s11562383s11
WON, 03Dec18 1L, 1/2 nck Sapphire Coast
Bm58 1208m 60.5 (R Brewer 1) 8, Lim 54, 1:10.39
(Last 600m 36.07), Good(4), Classic Conquest
56 2, Denman Flyer 58.5 3, Nunya Bizz 54 4, Btg
$4.00, $4.20, $3.20 (fav). 6th to turn.
WON, 23Dec18 1.8L, 1L Moruya Open 1300m
54 (M Travers 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.37 (Last 600m
35.66), Soft(5), Fruitful Warrior 52.5 2, Budderoo
Knight 62 3, Louis’ Choice 54 4, Btg $5.00, $5.50
3rd to 800m, 2nd turn.
Reeled them in easily to salute here
last time out. Races well on this track. Can
figure.
9. NAGGING (7) 54
ch m 6 Star Witness — Eckland (Mark Gee)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$130,457
40
6
3
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
40
—
28
10
2
—
Wins
—
4
2
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
1
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 3:1-0-0
DIST: 8:0-0-1
Won over: 1200 (2) 1300 (2) 1600 (2)
1st UP: 6:1-1-0
2nd UP: 5:1-0-0
3rd UP: 4:1-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 15%
PLACE: 30%
RTG: 68
LAST 15 STARTS: 040441446063603
10TH, 11Dec18 4.9L Wagga Open 1600m 55
(M Heagney 2) 11, Lim 54, 1:36.45 (Last 600m
34.62), Good(3), Class Clown 57.5 1, Bondo 54
2, Not Too Sure 58.5 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00 7th to
1200m, 6th to turn.
3RD, 20Dec18 hd, 1.3L Goulburn Open 1600m
54 (G Buckley 8) 11, Lim 54, 1:34.23 (Last 600m
36.90), Good(4), Triple Hero 52.5 1, Hurricane
Harbour 56.5 2, Le Cavalier 56.5 4, Btg $10.00,
$11.00, $9.00 9th settling, 8th to 800m, 4th
turn.
Closed from well back to fill the minors at
Goulburn at latest. Not the roughest.
10. CROIX DE VIE (10) 54
br g 6 Beneteau — Naeb (B Joseph & P & M
Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$146,330
33
7
1
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
33
—
22
8
3
—
Wins
—
7
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
1
—
—
TRACK: 4:1-0-0
DIST: 7:3-1-2
Won over: 1300 (3) 1400 (3) 1600 (1)
1st UP: 5:1-0-0
2nd UP: 5:1-0-1
3rd UP: 4:0-1-0
4th UP: 4:0-0-0
WIN: 21.2%
PLACE: 30.3%
RTG: 66
LAST 15 STARTS: 0s1656131418s05
LAST, 30Nov18 5.4L Canberra Open 1300m
54 (S Miller 1) 11, Lim 54, 1:17.10 (Last 600m
35.06), Good(4), Levee Bank 54 1, Super Star
Bob 54.5 2, Mercurial Lad 60 3, Btg $21.00,
$41.00 Last to 800m, 10th turn.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 23Dec18 4L Moruya Open 1300m 54.5 (P
Scorse 9) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.37 (Last 600m 35.66),
Soft(5), Belle Tournure 54 1, Fruitful Warrior 52.5
2, Budderoo Knight 62 3, Btg $16.00, $17.00 Last
to 800m, 9th turn.
Unlikely to trouble these.
11. HESPEROS (9) 54
b m 6 Thorn Park — Halleys (R & L Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$53,900
20
2
3
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
20
—
17
2
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
1
—
3rds
—
4
—
—
—
TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 4:0-0-2
Won over: 1600 (1) 2000 (1)
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 10%
PLACE: 45%
RTG: 63
LAST 15 STARTS: 45s434963P33212
WON, 09Dec18 2.3L, 1.3L Nowra Bm58
1600m 57.5 (Ms K O’Hara 5) 10, Lim 54, 1:36.79
(Last 600m 36.32), Good(4), Just Dylan 59 2,
Dexluther 58 3, Lord Chamberlain 57.5 4, Btg
$4.80, $4.00, $4.20 2nd settling, 3rd to turn.
2ND, 15Dec18 nck, 0.5L Kembla Grange Cls
2 1600m 54 (Ms W Costin 5) 7, Lim 54, 1:38.08
(Last 600m 34.17), Heavy(8), Miss Jenny 56.5
1, Gayatri 58.5 3, I Arize 56 4, Btg $11.00, $8.00,
$8.50 led to turn.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Led and only nailed late in the
wet last outing. Place appeal only.
12. LOUIS’ CHOICE (1) 54
gr g 8 Murtajill — Kurotaka (T J Robinson)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$115,360
43
6
6
5
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
43
—
33
7
3
—
Wins
—
6
—
—
—
2nds
—
5
1
—
—
3rds
—
5
—
—
—
TRACK: 13:2-2-1
DIST: 11:1-1-2
Won over: 1300 (3) 1425 (1) 1600 (2)
1st UP: 8:0-2-1
2nd UP: 8:1-1-2
3rd UP: 7:0-1-2
4th UP: 6:2-0-0
WIN: 14%
PLACE: 39.5%
RTG: 60
LAST 15 STARTS: 1670s7507499124
2ND, 23Nov18 nck, 3L Bong Bong Open
1560m 62 (Tim Grace 3) 8, Lim 62, 1:37.31 ,
Good(3), Zeppelin 62.5 1, Miami Dade 69 3,
Tearful Kitty 62 4, Btg $9.00 .
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 23Dec18 3.8L Moruya Open 1300m 54
(B Ward 7) 10, Lim 54, 1:17.37 (Last 600m 35.66),
Soft(5), Belle Tournure 54 1, Fruitful Warrior 52.5
2, Budderoo Knight 62 3, Btg $12.00, $21.00 9th
to 800m, 6th turn.
Battled on fairly here last outing. Outside
chance for multiples.
13. JOHN BOY (2) 54
b g 7 Churchill Downs — Miss Charmagne (Clare
Mansell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$39,680
32
3
5
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
32
—
23
6
2
1
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
2
—
—
3rds
—
3
1
—
—
TRACK: 2:0-1-0
DIST: 11:1-1-2
Won over: 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1608 (1)
1st UP: 6:1-1-0
2nd UP: 6:1-1-1
3rd UP: 4:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:1-1-0
WIN: 9.4%
PLACE: 37.5%
RTG: 48
LAST 15 STARTS: 583209808s21493
LAST, 22Nov18 38.2L Queanbeyan Bm50
1600m 60 (B Ryan 5) 9, Lim 54.5, 1:39.79 (Last
600m 37.10), Heavy(8), Graceful Gift 58 1,
Honour The One 58 2, Sparsholt 61 3, Btg $41.00
7th to 1200m, 8th 800m, Last turn. Trial to
steward’s satisfaction.
--- FRESHENED --3RD, 26Dec18 1/2 nck, 2.3L Tumut Bm50
1600m 58 (Ms C Gravener 2) 10, Lim 54, 1:36.45
(Last 600m 35.01), Good(3), Abington Threat
52.5 1, Extra Cool 57.5 2, Idalia’s Dream 62 4, Btg
$8.00 .
Not expected to threaten.
RACE 8
Benchmark 58
5.30 (1200m)
1. MALACHI CRUNCH (10) 60.5
ch g 6 Dubleo (US) — Supreme Minstrel (Natalie
Jarvis)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$90,795
38
4
5
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
38
1
27
6
4
—
Wins
—
4
—
—
—
2nds
—
5
—
—
—
3rds
—
5
—
1
—
TRACK: 10:3-2-3
DIST: 2:0-0-1
Won over: 1000 (1) 1010 (1) 1020 (2)
1st UP: 5:0-1-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-1
4th UP: 4:1-0-0
WIN: 10.5%
PLACE: 39.5%
RTG: 57
LAST 15 STARTS: s445655652213s7
3RD, 28Sep18 0.8L, nck Moruya Bm66
1200m 54.5 (R Dolan 5) 10, Lim 54, 1:11.21 (Last
600m 34.67), Good(4), Tiger By The Tale 58.5
1, Feisty Fox 54 2, Territorial 59 4, Btg $17.00,
$21.00 5th to turn. Ran wide near 1000m. Laid
in in straight.
--- SPELL --7TH, 23Dec18 3.9L Moruya Open 1010m 52.5
(R Dolan 6) 12, Lim 54, 58.69s (Last 600m
34.35), Soft(5), Count Dekroner 55.5 1, Leami
Astray 57 2, Our Revenue 54 3, Btg $26.00,
$31.00 Last to 800m, 11th turn.
Far from disgraced here first-up. Fitter.
Loves racing here. Can’t be taken lightly.
2. BALONNE (1) 60
b g 5 Casino Prince — Muppets (K Dryden & S
Collings)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$61,900
22
3
2
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
22
—
17
3
1
1
Wins
—
3
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 4:1-1-0
DIST: 10:2-0-0
Won over: 1200 (2) 1300 (1)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 4:1-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-1-0
WIN: 13.6%
PLACE: 22.7%
RTG: 56
LAST 15 STARTS: 8s110220s464556
5TH, 18Nov18 3.1L Canberra Bm65 1200m
57 (M A Cahill 5) 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,
$3.80 (fav). 6th to 800m, 5th turn. Overraced
early stages. Blocked for a run on straightening.
Inquiry into performance.
6TH, 30Nov18 2.5L Canberra Bm55 1200m 62
(B Ward 2) 12, Lim 55, 1:11.40 (Last 600m 35.24),
Good(4), Admire Gratzi 55.5 1, Boys Day Out
60.5 2, Addchan 58.5 3, Btg $3.50 11th to turn.
Slowly away. Laid out in straight.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Wasn’t all that far away at
Canberra at latest. Drawn well. Include
among the better chances.
3. SAYCANYOUSEE (6) 60
b g 7 All American — Bold Countess (G Backhouse)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$65,413
17
2
3
2
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
17
—
15
1
1
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
—
—
—
TRACK: 2:1-1-0
DIST: 7:1-1-2
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 6:1-2-1
2nd UP: 5:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 11.8%
PLACE: 41.2%
RTG: 56
LAST 15 STARTS: 3s26s212053s199
9TH, 20Oct18 2.6L Wagga Cls 2 1200m 59.5 (S
Guymer 5) 12, Lim 54, 1:11.97 (Last 600m 35.04),
Good(3), Sweettalkingwilly 54 1, Te Ata 56.5 2,
Find My Tail 56.5 3, Btg $4.80, $5.50 4th to turn.
Overraced middle stages.
LAST, 01Nov18 6.7L Sapphire Coast Bm58
1008m 61 (S Guymer 9) 9, Lim 54, 57.54s (Last
600m 34.28), Good(4), Living Doll 57.5 1,
Trumbo 59 2, Smart Remark 56 3, Btg $8.00,
$11.00 Last to turn.
--- LET-UP --Back from a let-up. Average effort in same
company at Sapphire Coast last start. Eachway chance.
4. ACTON SHALE (5) 59.5
b g 3 Hinchinbrook — Loulou (N J Olive)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$23,985
6
1
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
6
—
3
1
—
2
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
1
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-1-0
Won over: 1000 (1)
1st UP: 3:1-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-1-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-0
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
WIN: 16.7%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 30sD27s1
LAST, 13Jul18 3.9L Canberra Acton Cls 1
1080m 58 (Billy Owen 1) 7, Lim 54, 1:02.88
(Last 600m 34.22), Synthetic, Missed Out 60
1, Embezzlement 57 2, Living Doll 57 3, Btg
$3.00, $2.25 (fav). led to turn. Inquiry into
performance. vet examination. Lame after race.
MONDAY JANUARY 7 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
--- SPELL --WON, 24Dec18 2.8L, sht 1/2 hd Wagga Mdn
1000m 58 (Billy Owen 10) 12, Lim 54, 57.46s
(Last 600m 32.98), Good(3), Jungle Book 52.5
2, The Chaplain 56.5 3, Sun Wu 56 4, Btg $3.00,
$3.80, $2.90 led throughout.
Commanding on-pace winner in weaker
event at Wagga first-up. Will only be fitter.
On pacer. Keep safe.
5. AFTER THOUGHT (14) 59.5
b m 4 So You Think (NZ) — Libor Lady (US) (R
& L Price)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$34,410
10
1
1
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
10
—
7
3
—
—
Wins
—
—
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 4:0-0-0
Won over: 1300 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:1-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-1-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
WIN: 10%
PLACE: 20%
RTG: 59
LAST 15 STARTS: 80s4127s06s64
6TH, 06Nov18 4.2L Kembla Grange Cls 1
1000m 56 (Ms W Costin 2) 8, Lim 54, 57.03s
(Last 600m 33.22), Good(3), Shadow Bridge
56 1, November Man 59 2, Fortune’s Path 55.5 3,
Btg $7.50, $8.00 3rd to 800m, 5th turn. Hung
in near 600m.
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 16Dec18 1.4L Canberra Cls 1 1200m
59.5 (Ms W Costin 2) 11, Lim 54, 1:12.21 (Last
600m 36.10), Soft(6), Lansala 58 1, All Talk 55
2, Biodynamic 60.5 3, Btg $11.00, $12.00 4th to
800m, 3rd turn. Hung in in straight.
--- FRESHENED --Freshened. Gave a good sight at Canberra
last outing. Awkwardly drawn. Only a place
chance.
6. GARROS (12) 59.5
ch g 4 Lope De Vega (IR) — Funzero Greg
Stephens
SCRATCHED
7. ZARIZ NO OTHER (3) 59.5
b g 5 Zariz — Golden Freeze (Ms J Hoy)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,775
14
3
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
1
9
2
—
2
Wins
1
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
1
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 6:2-0-1
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (2)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-1-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:1-0-0
WIN: 21.4%
PLACE: 50%
RTG: 55
LAST 15 STARTS: s5331s728919301
15TH, 11Dec18 5.8L Wagga Cls 2 1200m 56.5
(Ms K Nisbet 7) 16, Lim 54, 1:10.91 (Last 600m
34.72), Good(3), Tully Toff 59 1, La Dalliance 54 2,
Jounama 55 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00, $31.00 14th to
turn. Checked near 600m.
WON, 28Dec18 0.8L, 0.5L Canberra Bm55
1000m 59 (M A Cahill 2) 8, Lim 54, 57.67s (Last
600m 34.04), Good(3), Polyxena 58 2, Denver
59.5 3, Excitable 57 4, Btg $16.00, $21.00 4th to
800m, 3rd turn.
Charged through to score at Canberra
last time out. Normally races well at this
distance. Good draw. Worth some thought.
8. AIRFREE (13) 59
b m 4 Wilful Default — Freetoair (Natalie Jarvis)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,050
13
2
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
13
—
10
2
1
—
Wins
—
1
—
1
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
—
—
—
TRACK: 3:1-1-1
DIST: 6:1-2-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-2-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 15.4%
PLACE: 46.2%
RTG: 58
LAST 15 STARTS: 2s653s244120109
10TH, 20Oct18 8L Randwick Cls 3 1100m 53
(Ms J Taylor 6) 13, Lim 53, 1:04.83 (Last 600m
36, Last 200m 13), Soft(7), The Lion 56 1, Can’t
Find Snippy 58.5 2, Burning Crown 54 including
0.5 over 3, Btg $51.00 11th to turn. Blocked for a
run on straightening.
LAST, 04Nov18 18.1L Goulburn Cls 3 1200m
55 (Ms J Taylor 1) 9, Lim 54, 1:08.86 (Last 600m
35.13), Good(3), With Purpose 56 1, Bridyn
May 56.5 2, Fantasy Belle 55.5 3, Btg $16.00,
$15.00, $16.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn. Cardiac
arrhythmia.
--- LET-UP --Since registered 1½ len 4th Pinch
Mountain 920m Moruya barrier trial Soft(5)
Dec 23. Returning from let-up. Can figure.
9. LORD BOULEVARD (8) 59
b g 6 Alert (AR) — Yeats’ Magic (G W Murray)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$41,610
18
2
3
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
18
—
11
3
3
1
Wins
—
1
1
—
—
2nds
—
3
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 6:0-2-0
DIST: 6:0-0-0
Won over: 1000 (1) 1100 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-1-0
3rd UP: 3:2-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 11.1%
PLACE: 27.8%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 76102s8459284s6
4TH, 14Sep18 1.4L Goulburn Cls 3 1000m
54 (S Pollard 9) 9, Lim 54, 57.40s (Last 600m
34.61), Good(3), Knock Toff 58.5 1, Show Me
The Honey 59 2, Fly Forward 56.5 3, Btg $15.00,
$31.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn. Bled during race.
Trial to steward’s satisfaction.
--- SPELL --6TH, 23Dec18 3.1L Moruya Open 1010m 54 (M
Travers 8) 12, Lim 54, 58.69s (Last 600m 34.35),
Soft(5), Count Dekroner 55.5 1, Leami Astray 57
2, Our Revenue 54 3, Btg $81.00, $101.00, $71.00
8th to turn. Slowly away.
Fair effort without threatening here firstup. Strips fitter. Worth including.
10. ZARDORO (9) 59
b g 5 Medaglia D’Oro (US) — Zarock (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: 3:1-1-0
DIST: 4:1-0-0
Won over: 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-3-0
2nd UP: 3:1-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-1-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-0
WIN: 7.7%
PLACE: 53.8%
RTG: 54
LAST 15 STARTS: 212s2764s254224
2ND, 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.
SCRATCHED
11. CLASSIC CONQUEST (2) 58
br m 6 Congrats (US) — Crystal Empire (Thomas
Lyttle)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$96,477
40
2
15
6
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
40
—
24
11
5
—
Wins
—
2
—
—
—
2nds
—
10
3
2
—
3rds
—
2
1
3
—
TRACK: 13:1-7-3
DIST: 17:1-6-3
Won over: 930 (1) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-2-0
2nd UP: 5:0-1-4
3rd UP: 5:0-2-1
4th UP: 5:0-3-0
WIN: 5%
PLACE: 57.5%
RTG: 56
LAST 15 STARTS: 236466254s23222
2ND, 03Dec18 1L, 1/2 nck Sapphire Coast
Bm58 1208m 56 (Josh Richards 6) 8, Lim 54,
1:10.39 (Last 600m 36.07), Good(4), Belle
Tournure 60.5 1, Denman Flyer 58.5 3, Nunya
Bizz 54 4, Btg $3.20, $3.80, $3.50 5th to turn.
2ND, 23Dec18 1L, 1.5L Moruya Cls 2 1300m
54.5 (Josh Richards 8) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.19 (Last
600m 35.01), Soft(6), Elegant Ellen 59 1, A Snip
Of Cyndy 59 3, Ethanicity 57 4, Btg $4.80, $4.20
(fav). 2nd throughout.
Racing well. On pace and boxed on to fill
the minors here last outing. Nice gate. Not
the roughest.
12. BITOFASTAR (4) 57.5
ch g 4 Star Witness — Exhibit (J W Marzol)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$13,860
10
3
—
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
10
—
6
3
1
—
Wins
—
2
1
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
1
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 3:1-0-0
Won over: 1000 (2) 1200 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-1
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:1-0-0
4th UP: 1:1-0-0
WIN: 30%
PLACE: 40%
RTG: 51
LAST 15 STARTS: 3s701116s585
LAST, 11Dec18 5.7L Wagga Cls 3 1000m 54 (B
Murphy 3) 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 $12.00, $15.00
6th to 800m, 5th turn. Slowly away. Overraced
early, middle stages.
5TH, 26Dec18 1.4L Tumut Bm50 1000m 61.5
(Ms A Masters 5) 10, Lim 54, 57.43s (Last 600m
34.25), Good(3), Benno’s Boy 57.5 1 dead heat,
Patrika Belle 58.5 1 dead heat, Dane Slugger 58.5
3, Btg $3.80 (fav). .
Up in class. This looks too hard.
13. INTERVENTIONS (11) 57
b g 6 Hinchinbrook — Belle Amici (B P Connell)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$44,865
23
1
4
9
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
23
—
16
5
2
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
4
—
—
—
3rds
—
7
1
1
—
TRACK: 4:0-0-2
DIST: 9:1-2-4
Won over: 1208 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-1
2nd UP: 3:1-0-2
3rd UP: 3:0-0-2
4th UP: 3:0-0-1
WIN: 4.3%
PLACE: 60.9%
RTG: 50
LAST 15 STARTS: 3723578s313036s
3RD, 31Aug18 lng hd, 1.8L Goulburn C,H&G’s
Bm58 1400m 57.5 (Ms K Nisbet 8) 13, Lim 54,
1:26.75 (Last 600m 39.54), Soft(6), Attainment
59 1, Ravitude 54 2, Kormaddie 57 4, Btg $11.00,
$13.00, $12.00 4th to 800m, 5th turn.
--- LET-UP --6TH, 14Oct18 2.5L Moruya Cls 1 1300m 58 (R
Bensley 4) 9, Lim 54, 1:19.15 (Last 600m 35.81),
Soft(7), Trevelyan 57.5 1, Zardoro 59.5 2, Atomic
Blast 57 3, Btg $10.00, $17.00 3rd to turn. Wide
throughout.
--- SPELL --Resuming. Has a wide gate to contend
with. Place makes best appeal.
14. CAPTAIN CHARLIE (7) 54
br g 5 Myboycharlie (IR) — To Be Loved (Matthew
J Stephens)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$40,445
26
2
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
1
18
6
1
—
Wins
1
—
1
—
—
2nds
—
1
—
—
—
3rds
—
3
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 11:2-0-2
Won over: 1200 (2)
1st UP: 4:1-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-1
3rd UP: 4:0-1-0
4th UP: 3:1-0-1
WIN: 7.7%
PLACE: 23.1%
RTG: 43
LAST 15 STARTS: 07570878534469s
6TH, 08Oct18 4.9L Leeton Bm58 1600m
54.5 (S Miller 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:37.20 (Last 600m
35.89), Good(3), Bravado Lass 54 1, Szyslak 58 2,
Quick Spin 57.5 3, Btg $7.50, $8.50 6th to 1200m,
7th 800m, 5th turn.
9TH, 13Oct18 7.5L Albury Cls 2 1600m 54 (S
Miller 9) 14, Lim 54, 1:36.44 (Last 600m 36.11),
Good(3), Footmark 59 1, La Biere Choisie 57 2,
Run For Raffin 54 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00, $21.00
9th to 800m, 11th turn.
--- SPELL --First-up. Formerly with W G Carroll.
Expect long odds.
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• ON SKY RACING 1
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
TRACK: Good (5) RAIL: Out 3.5m
1 3yo Maiden SW
1200m 11.58
1 5s2 PRESS RELEASE 8
S T Collett
2 6s UP ‘N’ GONE 6
J J Fawcett (a2)
3
SOUL VACATION 9
D L Turner
4 23s NOT USUAL JUNE 5
5 7s9 FINE LEG 2
S M Mc Kay
6
HEIRLOOM 7
M Singh (a2)
7
HERMES 4
J Parkes
8
TRENDY BELT 1
L J Allpress
9 79 WHOZTHEBOSS 3
Z W Moki (a2)
PRESS RELEASE 1, Not Usual June 2,
Up ‘n’ Gone 3, Whoztheboss 4.
2 2yo Maiden SW
800m 12.30
1
FLEURGUNDY 2
J J Fawcett (a2)
2
PLATINUM SPIRIT 4 R J Hannam
3
RHAEGAR 3
J Parkes
4 94 ROSARITO 6
S T Collett
5 6 MISS SWEET PEE 5
M Singh (a2)
6
TRIFOLIUM 1
L J Allpress
FLEURGUNDY 1, Trifolium 2, Rhaegar 3,
Platinum Spirit 4.
3 Benchmark 65
57.5
57.5
57.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
57.5
57.5
57.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
1400m 1.04
1 561 OVERTHETOP 1
L J Allpress
2 s27 VALENTIA 7
S O’Malley (a4)
3 41s REGAL ROCK 5
D G Bradley
4 s9s VALOUR 6
S M Mc Kay
5 5s8 FULL SWING 9
D L Turner
6 940 LAST CHANCE 4
R J Hannam
7 408 SAINTED PEARL 3
M Singh (a2)
8 s01 LADY IN LACE 8
S T Collett
9 21 NOT SANTA 2
J Parkes
NOT SANTA 1, Lady In Lace 2, Valentia 3,
Overthetop 4.
59
59
57
57
56.5
56.5
56
55.5
55.5
4 3yo & up Maiden SW
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: YR
1400m 1.39
1 233 MADURO 2
S T Collett
58.5
2 302 RIO STAR 6
D G Bradley
58.5
3 9s2 OUTTHEGATE 8
58.5
4 366 PORT LINCOLN 13
R J Hannam
58.5
5 s59 LO SCHIAFFO 10
J J Fawcett (a2) 58.5
6 8s6 ROCK IDOL 1
D L Turner
58.5
7 99s LUCQUIDE 9
C L O’Beirne (a3) 58.5
8 9s8 MURRAY 11
SCRATCHED
—
9 52s SURVEILLANCE 4
L J Allpress
56.5
10 043 VELOCE 3
Z W Moki (a2) 56.5
11 846 NADERCA 5
S M Mc Kay
56.5
12 0 LENA 7
T Johnson
56.5
13 0s NAMEOFGAME 12
J Parkes
56.5
MADURO 1, Surveillance 2, Rock Idol 3, Outthegate 4.
5 3yo & up Maiden SW 1200m 2.14 Q1
s28 ROCCO BELLO 7
L J Allpress
58.5
064 WHOWOULDKNOW 8 S M Mc Kay
58.5
s57 WAASEEM 2
M Singh (a2) 58.5
9 HI GOLLY 3
R J Hannam
58.5
KYZ KUUMAI 5
58.5
POWERTAINE 13
J Parkes
57
s0s EVA DAWN 12
T Johnson
56.5
2 LADY RUDOLPH 11
S T Collett
56.5
s30 SABATICA 1
S O’Malley (a4) 56.5
ALPHA KILO 15
SCRATCHED
—
EYES EN JEU 10
L T Hemi
56.5
7s IF ONLY I KNEW 9
Z W Moki (a2) 56.5
88s ROAD TO REIGN 14
C L O’Beirne (a3) 56.5
ROXY BROWN 4
D L Turner
56.5
EMERGENCY
15 9s8 MURRAY 6
J J Fawcett (a2) 58.5
POWERTAINE 1, Rocco Bello 2,
Lady Rudolph 3, Whowouldknow 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
6 3yo & up F&M BM 72 1600m 2.54 DD1 Q2
1 40s SOLESEIFEI 2
S O’Malley (a4) 61
2 693 LADY GUINNESS 6
D G Bradley
60
3 s33 LIBRETTI 7
L J Allpress
59
4 644 PROSECCO 5
S M Mc Kay
58
5 s19 LINCOLN MELODY 1 S T Collett
57.5
6 051 ROSETTA 3
J Parkes
57.5
7 300 ALLURE 4
J J Fawcett (a2) 54
LADY GUINNESS 1, Rosetta 2, Libretti 3, Prosecco 4.
7 3yo & up Mdn SW
8 Benchmark 65 2100m 4.13 DD2 Q4
1 098 ROCK BAND 14
J J Fawcett (a2) 59.5
2 885 ALTIUS 2
S O’Malley (a4) 59
3 175 WINDOW SHOPPING 7 S M Mc Kay
58.5
4 81 BONNY EZRA 15
L J Allpress
57.5
5 091 PLATINUM INVADOR 1 R J Hannam
57.5
6 s60 VEE TWELVE 3
57.5
7 791 CANDY CROSS 6
C L O’Beirne (a3) 57
8 864 LINCOLN BAY 13
57
9 s00 LINCOLN’S SECRET 5 M Singh (a2)
57
10 002 DIAMOND DANCER 4 S T Collett
56.5
11 626 DEEP BLUE 8
D G Bradley
56.5
12 400 MR COOL BOY 11
T Johnson
56.5
13 775 EYE’S WIDE OPEN 9 D L Turner
56
14 784 MARJOLET 12
J Parkes
56
EMERGENCY
15 800 RAVENHILL 10
L T Hemi
54
DIAMOND DANCER 1, Platinum Invador 2,
Eye’s Wide Open 3, Deep Blue 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.
3 Pace
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 4, 5 ,6, 7
1 3YO Pace
1900m 12.52 EQ1
1 5 SHADY HANOVER Fr
A J Matthews
2 925 CHOOZ REACTOR Fr
K E Manning
3
GRACIE CULLEN Fr
M J Bellman
4 564 PORTLY MACH Fr
R P Duffy (C)
5 8 SUNDAR KALI Fr
F P Bigmore
6 s74 THREE LEAF CLOVER Fr SCRATCHED
7 s36 SINGLE TREE ROAD Fr M I Stanley
SINGLE TREE ROAD 1, Chooz Reactor 2,
Gracie Cullen 3, Portly Mach 4.
2 Pace
$21
4
4.6
5
34
—
*2
2250m 1.27 EQ2
1 574 ANOTHER SPARKY Fr H E Gray
*2.4
2 5s7 ELIZABETHAN ERA Fr R P Duffy (C) 9
3 486 COBBER MAC Fr
M J Bellman
9
4 567 SHOWEM SHIFTY Fr
J E Barker (C) 7
5 444 TWO TELL Fr
D P Barbetti 2.8
6 847 SPECULATOR Fr
K V Cole
13
7 264 CLONTARF GUY Fr
C D Svanosio 8
ANOTHER SPARKY 1, Two Tell 2,
Elizabethan Era 3, Showem Shifty 4.
MELTON
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
2240m 5.25 EQ1
1 456 YOUNG JANIE Fr
D A Murphy $14
2 00s JAKALIJA Fr
C A Alford
17
3 076 PADDY MACH Fr
HJ L Laugher 26
4 627 EMELIA ON FIRE Fr
D K McGuigan (C) 3
5 037 SWEET KISSES Fr
A J Shaw
17
6 602 RAPID RUN Fr
K M Gath
7.5
7 177 TERROR RISING Fr
G R Sugars
10
8 210 PETER PERFECT Fr
HB W Chisholm10
9 s13 GILTY HANOVER Fr
Z M Phillips (C)*2.4
10 189 ZAHARA ZURI Fr
A P Mifsud
26
GILTY HANOVER 1, Emelia On Fire 2,
Terror Rising 3, Rapid Run 4.
2 Pace
2240m 6.05 EQ2
1 960 IDEALISTIC FELLA Fr
D A Murphy 5.5
2 85s MODERN CHIC Fr
J P Quinlan
16
3 673 AT WEST POINT Fr
HJ L Laugher 10
4 456 LISANDROS Fr
K Frenning (C) 9
5 544 FIRST AND ERST Fr
K L Tippet
12
6 032 BETTOR THAN THAT Fr HL Tabone *2.6
B W Chisholm (C) 5.5
7 073 CHIASSO Fr
8 6s7 BE NOT AFRAID Fr
C T Demmler 6.5
9 4s1 GO BETWEENS Fr
HD K McGuigan12
IDEALISTIC FELLA 1, Bettor Than That 2,
Be Not Afraid 3, Chiasso 4.
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
1900m 2.02 EQ3
1 0s0 MAGGIES MISSILE Fr
A L Turnbull (C) 13
2 473 KEAYANG GODDESS Fr P Lee (C)
*1.8
3 9s NOTRE DAME Fr
T J French (C) 11
4 724 ARTIZZ Fr
S O’Sullivan (C) 4.8
5 335 CRANKY FRANKY Fr
M H Phillips (C) 4.8
6 s37 JEWELL OF SAFARI Fr M J Ray (C)
9
7 647 ROMANTIC GESTURE Fr T G Hill (C)
11
KEAYANG GODDESS 1, Artizz 2,
Cranky Franky 3, Romantic Gesture 4.
4 Pace
2250m 2.37 EQ4 Q1
1 466 TOP THE ACE Fr
N A McCallum 5.5
2 36s TOMMASO Fr
J E Barker (C) 8
3 985 LYNDEN ABBEY Fr
M J Bellman 13
4 419 WITZEND Fr
F P Bigmore
9
5 331 THE CULLECTOR Fr
P Lee (C)
9
6 s42 REGARDLESS Fr
A J Dunn
*2.4
7 311 BEE GEES BANDIT Fr
J Finnis
3.2
REGARDLESS 1, Bee Gees Bandit 2,
Top The Ace 3, Witzend 4.
5 Trotters Hcp
2250m 3.17 DD1 Q2
1 162 SEVERE STORM Fr
C D Svanosio 8
2 00 SENTIMENTAL WIND Fr K V Cole
34
3 s22 KEAYANG MAJESTIC Fr P Lee (C)
4
4 538 JACK OF THE GREEN Fr R J Barker
13
5 269 MAJESTIC TIME Fr
J L Duggan
9
6 375 KIT KELLER 10
T Ridis
11
7 869 SHIFTYWALL 10
N A McCallum 13
8 s66 YANKEE REDBACK 20 M J Bellman *2.4
9 163 ALS LAW 40
R P Duffy (C) 6
YANKEE REDBACK 1, Als Law 2,
Keayang Majestic 3, Majestic Time 4.
3 3YO Pace
1720m 6.40 EQ3
1 534 LONGNWINDINGROAD Fr C A Alford
8.5
2 973 DISCLOSURE Fr
R W Petroff 8.5
3 222 IMAGE OF STARZZZ Fr G R Sugars
4 323 SPORTIFICO Fr
C N Shinn
6
5 687 ILLAWONG GALLANT Fr K D Sugars
34
6 90s BISCUIT Fr
C A Alford
6
7 67s ALL WHITEY THEN Fr J L Laugher (C) 16
8 22s MAJOR MUCHA Fr
K M Gath
*2.2
9 8s7 WANJIRU Fr
C T Demmler 34
10 37s HES AN ARTIST Fr
D K McGuigan (C) 10
11 803 ALCATRAZ LASS Fr
Z M Phillips (C) 10
MAJOR MUCHA 1, Disclosure 2, Biscuit 3,
Sportifico 4.
4 Trot
2240m 7.11 EQ4
1 s27 AMOUR DE FRERE Fr
R W Petroff *1.4
2 245 BILL DISPUTE Fr
R Caruana
14
3 6s MISS KAIKOURA Fr
R W Petroff 7.5
4 98s SHELLYBAMBA Fr
B L Gledhill
51
5 0s7 BLIS VALLEY Fr
I F White
101
6 648 MYRNIONG RAINBOW Fr D A Murphy 101
7 67s HURRICANE ED Fr
D K McGuigan (C) 26
8 s50 COCO LOMBO Fr
A Spiteri
17
9 8s ORLANDOS PRINCESS Fr G D Hoban 4.6
10 745 WINGMAN FLING Fr
R N Kuchenmeister 26
11 855 TURTLE Fr
P J Rothacker 26
AMOUR DE FRERE 1, Orlandos Princess 2,
Miss Kaikoura 3, Bill Dispute 4.
5 Pace
1720m 7.41 DD1 Q1
1 124 THE REAL AFFAIR Fr
R W Petroff
2 422 ALL MY SAVINGS Fr
C T Demmler
3 930 COBBITY COVE Fr
P Grech
4 994 LAST FLIGHT IN Fr
A A Chisholm
5 s86 CHRISSY DIVINYL Fr
C A Alford
6 8s7 SAFARI CHEER Fr
G R Sugars
7 568 IF THE MOOD SUITS Fr J P Lee
8 615 DOT THE EYE Fr
G Lang
THE REAL AFFAIR 1, Chrissy Divinyl 2,
Dot The Eye 3, All My Savings 4.
*1.7
8.5
12
16
3.6
21
26
7.5
• ON SKY RACING 1
TAB CODE: PH
• Tips by Rob Auber
MOBILE: (7) STAND: (7)
*DENOTES DRIVER
CONCESSION APPLIES
6 Pace
1900m 3.57
1 158 DALLAS NIKOLAY Fr
E J Tormey
2 s80 TELL NOBODY Fr
HR P Duffy
3 815 SUNROSE MASTER Fr M J Bellman
4 461 CROCODILE KID Fr
HJ C Brewin
5 033 JOHNNY REDCOAT Fr HJ E Barker
6 111 DELIGHTFUL MIA Fr
C D Svanosio
7 214 ALWAYS ON Fr
A J Dunn
8 411 AMERICAN ZEST Fr
M I Stanley
DELIGHTFUL MIA 1, American Zest 2,
Always On 3, Sunrose Master 4.
7 Pace
Q3
11
13
9
11
26
2.8
6.5
*2.4
1900m 4.37 DD2 Q4
• ON SKY RACING 1
TAB CODE: MH
• Tips by Blake Redden
2240m 8.11
Q2
1 859 CARGERIE Fr
M J Cole (C) 26
2 607 CHRISKEN KIOSK Fr
K R Browne
51
3 s88 SILICON VALLEY Fr
K Frenning (C) 10
4 842 IMPERIAL WHIZ Fr
G Lang
10
5 s13 WAR SPIRIT Fr
K M Gath
5
6 522 ALDERBECK Fr
C A Alford
*1.5
7 313 ILLAWONG BYRON Fr C T Demmler 7
8 98s STUNNING JASPER Fr J P Quinlan
34
9 s60 MYRTLE VALE Fr
R A Graham 21
ALDERBECK 1, War Spirit 2, Illawong Byron 3,
Silicon Valley 4.
7 Trot
2240m 8.41 DD2 Q3
1 444 ZOOM ALONG DREAMER Fr A Spiteri
2 401 PARISIAN AMORE Fr
R W Petroff
3 13 SO AWESOME Fr
K Frenning (C)
4 035 MEET MICHAELANGELO Fr D A Murphy
5 104 FLASH KYVALLEY Fr
C A Alford
6 s12 SUCCESS COUNTS Fr
K M Gath
7 840 ITS NOT DARK YET Fr G Lang
8 294 BAD BOY JAY JAY Fr
R A Graham
9 145 FEAR NOT Fr
G R Conroy
PARISIAN AMORE 1, Success Counts 2,
Flash Kyvalley 3, So Awesome 4.
8 3YO Trot
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 6 & 8
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6, 7, 8
TRACK: Good (4) RAIL: True
2240m 9.11
RACE 4 Halls Gap Hotel
RACE 1 Brambuk/National Pk 1300m12.40 EQ1
1 264 AGENTE FISCALE 8
D Thornton
58
2 6s36 AURORA CHARM 10
D Yendall
58
3
5 DESTINED TO BOOM 7 J Lorensini
58
4
2 ELOPE TO VEGAS 3
S Payne
58
5
LOPE DE PARIS h 1
Ms J Eaton (a1.5)
58
6
POWER OF MANY h 9
J Childs
58
7
2 SKY TOUCH 6
J Fry
58
8 s040 FIGHT TO THE END 5
Dean Holland
56
9
8 OCCULTATION 2
Ms L Meech
56
10 4s94 OGGALUTION 4
C Robertson
56
AURORA CHARM 1, Agente Fiscale 2, Sky Touch 3, Oggalution 4.
$4.00
*3.40
11.00
9.00
9.00
9.00
5.00
26.00
17.00
7.00
RACE 2 Kookaburra Motor Lodge 1100m 1.10 EQ2
$23,000. 3yo & up Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 4273 BLAZING HARADA 1
S Tsaikos
58.5
2
CRAGS ROAD 3
S Payne
58.5
3
BARNSTORMING 4
J Fry
57
4
57 WHEREVER HUGO 5
D Thornton
57
5
DE LA BOSSANOVA 10 J Lorensini
56.5
6 35s4 LAKE LONI b 2
J Childs
56.5
7 67s GREETIE 6
C Robertson
55
8 8774 REINE RAPIDE 7
M Seidl
55
9 2336 SHE’S OUR REWARD 9 D Yendall
55
10 545s THE OLD BIRD h 8
Dean Holland
55
GREETIE 1, She’s Our Reward 2, Lake Loni 3, Wherever Hugo 4.
13.00
9.00
9.00
7.00
7.00
7.00
*3.70
21.00
4.50
7.00
RACE 3 Northern Grampians Shire 1600m 1.45 EQ3
$23,000. 4yo & up Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
58.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
13.00
21.00
—
7.00
—
7.00
4.00
26.00
9.00
51.00
*3.00
5.50
51
*2.1
14
26
8.5
2.2
34
21
11
RACE 2: (1) Blazing Harada cross-over noseband off
first time, tongue-tie on again; (2) Crags Road blinkers
on first time; (4) Wherever Hugo blinkers on first
time, tongue-tie on first time; (5) De La Bossanova
tongue-tie on first time; (9) She’s Our Reward blinkers
off first time
RACE 3: (2) Director’s Cut bandages hind on first
time; (3) Klimt bit lifter on first time, lugging bit on first
time; (4) Melomakarona, (5) Poker Run blinkers on
first time; (6) Apash tongue-tie on first time; (8) Dark
Vixen blinkers off first time
RACE 4: (3) Adina Rose blinkers off first time, visors on
first time
RACE 7: (1) Pakaya Prince blinkers on again, winkers
off again; (11) Pass The Glass blinkers on first time,
tongue-tie off first time, winkers off first time
RACE 8: (6) Dirtomic winkers off first time; (8) Aquila
Reale blinkers on again, ear muffs off first time; (14)
Blonde Russian blinkers off again
PINJARRA
harness twilight
DAILY DOUBLE RACES 5 & 7
TAB FIRST 4 ALL RACES
EARLY QUADDIE RACES 1, 2, 3, 4
QUADDIE RACES 5, 6 ,7, 8
*DENOTES DRIVER
CONCESSION APPLIES
1 2YO Pace
1
APPEALING STAR Fr
A C Lewis
$15
2
SHES ALL STAR Fr
D Egerton-Green 11
3
TIC TAC TOMMY Fr
M B Ferguson 21
4
RUN FOR MERCY Fr
C D Voak
*1.4
5
TAHI Fr
S R Young
6
6
CAMICANCAN Fr
P J Duggan
34
7
MISS STARFIRE Fr
D J Harper
7
8
REMARKABLE STAR Fr M P Grantham 8
RUN FOR MERCY 1, Tahi 2, Miss Starfire 3,
Remarkable Star 4.
2 3YO Pace
Q4
2185m 3.33 EQ2
1 94s JOEY GIRL Fr
M L Woodley 26
2 222 DELIGHTFULREACTION Fr A F De Campo *1.8
3
ALY SHAR Fr
C D Voak
26
4 56 RIGHT ROYAL CHEER Fr A C Lewis
5
5 388 DELIGHTFULL Fr
S J Suvaljko
13
6 74s MADAM OF MISCHIEF Fr D Egerton-Green21
7 9s7 TRIGA DISCO Fr
T C Wheeler 26
8 78s SHE SAID DIAMONDS Fr J K Prentice 3.5
9 7s0 GET READY TO ROCK Fr A G Cortopassi 21
DELIGHTFULREACTION 1,
She Said Diamonds 2, Right Royal Cheer 3,
Delightfull 4.
3 Pace
1 668 KYVALLEY CATWALK Fr G R Sugars
9
2 772 WICKED LIQUOR Fr
E J Tormey
9
3 21s FOX FORCE FIVE Fr
D A Murphy *2.3
4 265 CHU CHITS Fr
H E Gray
17
5 21s FEAR THE YANKEE Fr SCRATCHED —
6 1 MAJESTIC DREAM Fr G D Hoban
4
7 232 ZEPHIANE Fr
C A Alford
3.2
8 59s WALKABOUT SUNRISE Fr B L Gledhill
14
FOX FORCE FIVE 1, Majestic Dream 2,
Zephiane 3, Wicked Liquor 4.
1684m 2.53 EQ1
2185m 4.13 EQ3
1 622 ONE FOR DAVE ANDME Fr J A Young (C) 3.8
2 8s6 DEENAALEE Fr
C D Voak
5
3 40s VALDEMAR Fr
S J Suvaljko 26
4 624 CHERS MAGIC JET Fr
M B Reed
7
5 457 OVER ARMED Fr
E J Suvaljko (C) 26
6 6s3 GALANTE Fr
K N Prentice *3.5
7 243 DWAYNE Fr
J C Suvaljko
8
8 352 BEJEWELLED Fr
M C Young (C) 8
9
OHOKA TITAN Fr
A C Lewis
13
10 8s8 LAURAS SHADOW Fr
A C Markham 26
11 073 WHITBYS ROLL Fr
D J Harper
17
12 56s ZARAK Fr
D R Young
13
ONE FOR DAVE ANDME 1, Galante 2,
Deenaalee 3, Chers Magic Jet 4.
2000m 2.20 EQ4
$22,000. Benchmark 58. Apprentices can claim.
$23,000. 3yo Maiden SW. Apprentices can claim.
1 s380 BOMB BLAST h 9
C Robertson
2 0835 DIRECTOR’S CUT 6
Dean Holland
3
0s KLIMT 12
SCRATCHED
4 7562 MELOMAKARONA 4
J Childs
5 6958 POKER RUN 3
SCRATCHED
6 3334 APASH 8
J Lorensini
7 3s87 DAISLEY 1
Martin Seidl
8 8s77 DARK VIXEN 10
Ms J Eaton (a1.5)
9 4526 JET PRINT 11
Ms L Meech
10
7 LUCAS QUEEN 5
L King (a)
11 435s MISS MATILDA 7
Z Spain (a)
S Payne
12 s5s2 STABLE ME h 2
DAISLEY 1, Miss Matilda 2, Stable Me 3, Apash 4.
Tips by AAP
TAB CODE: MR
• ON SKY RACING 1
GEAR CHANGES
1 255 PIN CODE Fr
P T Salathiel 13
2 444 ACROPOLIS LASS Fr
S O’Sullivan (C) 6.5
3 5s3 THE STAGS ROAR Fr
M J Bellman *3
4 588 ROSE COOPER Fr
N A McCallum 21
5 907 FROM THE WEST Fr
SCRATCHED —
6 329 RUNFORTHEROSES Fr A J Matthews
7 7s5 AVA MAY Fr
F P Bigmore 13
8 991 AUDAZ BONITA Fr
C D Svanosio 11
9 510 LIFE LONG VOYAGE Fr J L Duggan
13
10 625 FREMARKSGONZO Fr E J Tormey
8
11 732 TIZA NIGHTMARE Fr
S Organ (C)
13
THE STAGS ROAR 1, Runfortheroses 2,
Acropolis Lass 3, Fremarksgonzo 4.
6 Trot
STAWELL RACES today
1600m 3.34 Q3
503 THUTMOSIS 4
S O’Malley (a4) 58.5
574 TOOK THE CATCH 11 L T Hemi
58.5
85 CHARTWELL 16
R J Hannam
58.5
59s LINCOLN DREAMER 5 M Singh (a2) 58.5
566 POST GRADUATE 10 C L O’Beirne (a3) 58.5
66s TIRO 1
D L Turner
58.5
7 O’SO SUAVE 13
T Johnson
58.5
302 FATTORE OTTO 8
57
357 RED RED ROBIN 15
S M Mc Kay
56.5
32s PHILOSOPHICAL 2
L J Allpress
56.5
755 BELLA NERO 6
S T Collett
56.5
6 MAGGIE TEE 9
J Parkes
56.5
s76 RUN LEE 3
56.5
45 KIWI PRINCESS 17
J J Fawcett (a2) 55
EMERGENCIES
15 9 REVEILLE 12
58.5
16 s77 CULLEN BOHANNON 7
58.5
17 707 SPEED CALL 14
SCRATCHED
—
FATTORE OTTO 1, Philosophical 2,
Kiwi Princess 3, Maggie Tee 4.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
LEGEND
BOORT
harness today
RACING 29
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4 Pace
1 5s85 CAPTAIN ARJENTO d 9 Dean Holland
2 4034 LIFE’S DRINK t 5
C Robertson
3 8227 ADINA ROSE w 7
Ms L Meech
4 s251 THE PATCHIE KID d 8
J Childs
5 2621 WOLF KING dw 6
S Payne
6 251 DEJA DOOM w 3
D Thornton
7 4414 LOPE DE FIELD 2
D Yendall
8 6071 UNDER OUR SPELL 11
Alana Kelly (a3)
9 0s08 CHIPPAWA 1
Ms C Puls
10 5799 GOLDEN RULE 10
11 0907 KNUCKLEMANNA dw 4 Ms J Eaton (a1.5)
ADINA ROSE 1, Life’s Drink 2, Lope De Field 3, Wolf King 4.
RACE 5 Peter Lennox
1 20s6 TRE DIECI tdh 1
Ms J Eaton (a1.5)
2 3146 PRITCHETT d 5
J Childs
3 2644 PEWTER w 7
C Robertson
4 7352 BLACK MOSHEEN tw 3 W Egan
5 3796 PENINSULA BOY d 6
D Yendall
6 4752 SCROLL dw 2
SCRATCHED
7 3s06 LADY DEE DEE dw 8
Ms L Meech
8 8318 RETS 4
Dean Holland
BLACK MOSHEEN 1, Pewter 2, Pritchett 3, Tre Dieci 4.
61
60.5
60
59.5
59
58
54.5
54
5.50
5.00
*4.20
*4.20
8.00
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11.00
21.00
RACE 6 Lake Fyans Holiday Park 1100m 3.40 DD1 Q2
1 69s4 ALUF 9
Z Spain (a)
2 5s21 TIME FORD dw 7
Ms J Eaton (a1.5)
3 16s0 GOOD OFFA dwh 1
Alana Kelly (a3)
4 s831 NATURE’S DRAGON c 8 R Mc Leod
5 251s MULK w 2
D Yendall
6 1626 GUESS AGAIN d 4
J Fry
7 10s3 MUNTHAM MISSILE w 6 J Childs
8 321s PINK PIG 5
Ms L Meech
9 6522 BURNVALE LADY c 3
Dean Holland
TIME FORD 1, Nature’s Dragon 2, Mulk 3, Pink Pig 4.
60
60
59.5
59
58.5
58
57
56.5
54
RACE 7 Grampians Halls Gap Cup 1300m 4.20
11.00
*3.00
21.00
4.00
5.00
15.00
21.00
6.00
11.00
Q3
$22,000. Benchmark 70. Apprentices can claim.
1 90s8 PAKAYA PRINCE dwn 12 L King (a)
60
2 9264 SIGA LA VACA 9
Alana Kelly (a3)
60
3 s311 MOUNT HOREB w 10
SCRATCHED
59.5
4 77s1 NONE BETTER w 3
D Thornton
59.5
5 5331 ROYAL SPINNER tw 1
R Mc Leod
61
6 0825 INDIAN THUNDER 4
D Yendall
59
7
11 SURPRISE BABY w 11
J Childs
58.5
8 5742 LOTZA FOCUS tw 6
J Childs
58
9 0s77 MERRIMEN dw 2
Dean Holland
58
10 141s GIGGLON 7
J Huxtable (a1.5)
57.5
11 8s20 PASS THE GLASS cdw 5 J Fry
56
12 7872 CHALCIDIAN twh 8
Ms J Eaton (a1.5)
54
ROYAL SPINNER 1, Lotza Focus 2, Surprise Baby 3, Chalcidian 4.
RACE 8 Bet365 Handicap
51.00
26.00
—
8.00
*4.20
7.50
7.00
6.00
34.00
15.00
34.00
7.00
1300m 5.00 DD2 Q4
$22,000. Benchmark 58. Apprentices can claim.
1 s812 AIR GORDON twb 12
Alana Kelly (a3)
62
6.50
61 15.00
2 307s HONOURABLE TYCOON w 1 Ms J Eaton (a1.5)
3 19s6 ANNANICOLESNITZ w 2 L King (a)
60 17.00
4 2337 LITTLE HEATH 14
SCRATCHED
60
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5 2125 UNIVERSAL THIEF wb 8 R Mc Leod
59.5 9.00
6 766s DIRTOMIC wb 9
J Childs
58 26.00
7 2421 HARDWICKE BAY 5
J Lorensini
58 *5.50
8 0s89 AQUILA REALE w 4
S Tsaikos
57.5 51.00
9 7354 OUR DEXTER cdh 3
C Robertson
57.5 6.50
10 00s2 SHE’S OUR GIFT wh 7
Dean Holland
57.5 6.00
11 3179 VALSE 6
D Yendall
57.5 17.00
12 6434 CHAMPENOISE 10
D Thornton
57
11.00
13 8s33 MARY’S PRIDE 11
Ms L Meech
57
6.00
14 4696 BLONDE RUSSIAN d 13 Ms C Puls
55 34.00
HARDWICKE BAY 1, She’s Our Gift 2, Mary’s Pride 3, Air Gordon 4.
2185m 4.53 EQ4
2185m 5.34 DD1 Q1
2185m 6.13
Q2
1 335 ANOTHER MOUSE Fr
A C Lewis
4.5
2 348 ROCKMENOW Fr
C D Voak
21
3 50s MAJOR SURVIVOR Fr S A McDonald 4.5
4 754 ARMA OROURKE Fr
D J Harper
26
5 622 SECRET DELIGHT Fr
E J Suvaljko (C) 34
6 024 SOHO MERCURY Fr
D Egerton-Green26
7 553 SIR MACADOR Fr
C L Peterson (C) 4
8 353 WARRIORS CODE Fr
M B Reed
13
9 73s ITSBEENFOREVER Fr HB L McDonough *3.5
10 330 THATELBE Fr
R Warwick
26
11 502 SWINGIN ELSU Fr
A G Cortopassi 26
12 08s BOSSANOVA BAY Fr
G E Hall Jnr
21
SIR MACADOR 1, Itsbeenforever 2,
Major Survivor 3, Another Mouse 4.
7 Pace
Q1
$22,000. Benchmark 64. Apprentices can claim.
1 763 LEESEME LIFESTYLE Fr B D Giudice
15
2 782 JINGLE JOLT Fr
A G Cortopassi 9
3 316 DANCING WITH MACH Fr A F De Campo 5
4 s21 SALACIOUS GOSSIP Fr B L McDonough (C) 7
5 140 MUFFINS Fr
M P Grantham 15
6 624 BEAUDIENE BEACH BABE Fr G E Hall Jnr
10
7 432 GO HOME JO Fr
C D Voak
34
8 284 PRINCESS MAJOR Fr
S J Suvaljko
8
9 231 STARLIGHT DESTINY Fr R Warwick
*4
10 212 NOLESSTHANPERFECT Fr J K Prentice 4.5
11 50s MYSTIC FALLS Fr
A C Lewis
17
12 512 LIL CHINA DOLL Fr
HM C Young 8
NOLESSTHANPERFECT 1, Starlight Destiny 2,
Dancing With Mach 3, Salacious Gossip 4.
6 Pace
1600m 3.00
$22,000. Benchmark 58. Apprentices can claim.
1 215 OUR VIRTUOSO Fr
C D Voak
8
2 516 ANTAGONISTIC Fr
S J Suvaljko 26
3 51s ELOQUENT MACH Fr
S A McDonald *1.8
4 210 IDEAL CHARM Fr
D Egerton-Green41
5 sr2 BETTERPIECE Fr
J K Prentice 5.5
6 454 KING MEMPHIS Fr
K J Harper
17
7 0s2 ROBBIE EASTON Fr
G E Hall Jnr 4.5
8 601 WALSH Fr
A F De Campo 34
9 315 THEWIZARD Fr
E J Suvaljko (C) 34
10 15 IN MY HEART Fr
K N Prentice
5
11 422 ITS SET IN STONE Fr
M B Reed
11
12 412 DISCO DURANTE Fr
T C Wheeler 15
ELOQUENT MACH 1, In My Heart 2,
Robbie Easton 3, Betterpiece 4.
5 Pace
59.5 9.00
59.5 4.50
59 *3.40
59
7.00
59
7.00
58.5 11.00
58
5.50
58 15.00
57 41.00
54 51.00
54 101.00
2185m 6.50 DD2 Q3
1 s77 MACHRIHANISH Fr
A F De Campo 34
2 77s MACHINE ELLE Fr
G E Hall Jnr
26
3 236 HY LEEXCITING Fr
D Egerton-Green26
4 111 DREAMY NIGHTS Fr
HE J Suvaljko 3.5
5 729 IAM LAMBROS Fr
M L Woodley 31
6 379 MON LAMOUR Fr
HC L Peterson 34
7 204 SWEET N FAST Fr
J K Prentice 2.8
8 114 FRANCO EDWARD Fr
K J Harper *2.3
9 382 ANY SUGGESTIONS Fr C W Hall
15
10 402 BLACK JACK ZAC Fr
A C Lewis
11
11 480 IT AINT ROYAL Fr
M C Young (C) 41
12 194 MISS STONEBRIDGE Fr HJ A Young 26
FRANCO EDWARD 1, Sweet N Fast 2,
Dreamy Nights 3, Black Jack Zac 4.
• ON SKY RACING 1
TAB CODE: WH
• Tips by AAP
MOBILE: (7) STAND: (6)
8 Pace
2185m 7.26
Q4
1 562 EL COMACHO Fr
K N Prentice 10
2 6s8 HY FYFE Fr
D Egerton-Green51
3 s54 BRONZE SEEKER Fr
G E Hall Jnr
10
4 720 YACKANDANDAH Fr
HC L Peterson 21
5 549 LAGOON STRIDE Fr
S J Suvaljko
9
6 663 MIGHTY FLYING THOMAS Fr M P Grantham 15
7 s32 LIGHTNING JOLT Fr
C D Voak
10
8 s58 IM BATMAN Fr
M B Ferguson 11
9 681 FIREBRACE Fr
A C Lewis
9
10 705 JAXON FELLA Fr
N A Turvey
8
11 406 QTOWN RIP ROARING Fr M L Woodley 5
12 303 THISBEACHRIGHTHERE Fr R Warwick
*3
THISBEACHRIGHTHERE 1,
Qtown Rip Roaring 2, Firebrace 3,
Jaxon Fella 4.
9 Pace
2631m 7.56
1 341 ATMOSPHERICAL Fr
C D Voak
*2.8
2 938 MY MOJITO Fr
D Egerton-Green 7
3 047 MIDNIGHT MAN Fr
R P Bell
11
4 545 DONEGAL CHOKIN Fr A C Lewis
13
5 78s CAVIAR STAR Fr
G E Hall Jnr *2.8
6 548 CAPTAIN MANNERING Fr M P Grantham 21
7 083 SMACKWATER JACK 10 N A Turvey
21
8 525 TANAKA EAGLE 20
M B Reed
26
9 375 DREDLOCK ROCKSTAR 20 A C Markham 15
10 681 THREE KINGS 20
S J Suvaljko 26
11 937 GLOW BRIGHT 20
L R Edwards 12
12 921 SMOLDERING ASHES 20 A F De Campo 13
ATMOSPHERICAL 1, Caviar Star 2, My Mojito 3,
Smoldering Ashes 4.
10 Trot
2185m 8.26
1 6s6 TOUGHER TUSSLE Fr
D R Miller
26
2 852 ANGUS INVASION Fr
R J Mellsop 3.5
3 065 EARL OR NOTHING Fr W G Price
26
4 764 KAYTEEOH DENARIO Fr S J Suvaljko 3.5
5 564 STAR IN SIGHT Fr
B A Stanley
11
6 112 TENNO SHO Fr
N A Turvey *2.8
7 974 EARL HARBOUR Fr
N M Johns
26
8 463 ROPEBURN Fr
D B Miller
26
9 018 JAX OR BETTER Fr
A F De Campo 11
10 845 KELL ROAD KID Fr
M L Woodley 34
11 228 REMINDER CALL Fr
HM C Young 13
12 7d7 BALDY FACE Fr
A C Lewis
15
TENNO SHO 1, Kayteeoh Denario 2,
Angus Invasion 3, Jax Or Better 4.
30 RACING
BATHURST HARNESS
Ignatius on
Chariots of
Fire path
AMANDA RANDO
HARNESS RACING
CONNECTIONS of New
South Wales Three-Year-Old
of the Year Ignatius are still
planning to bring the talented
pacer to Sydney after being
scratched from a race last Friday night.
The 16-time winner was due
to start his new preparation at
Launceston in Tasmania. However the gelding was removed
from the race when trainer
Todd Rattray was informed
blood tests on the pacer revealed signs of a slight infection.
“He’s not far off being ready
to start him but we wouldn’t
knowingly start any horse that
wasn’t 100 per cent right so
there will be no risks taken,”
said Rattray.
“We were looking forward
to seeing him race in Tasmania in preparation for another
mainland campaign but time is
against now for that to happen.”
Ignatius’ main immediate
target is the $200,000 Chariots
of Fire at Menangle on February 16.
“This issue is a set back for
sure, not a major one but a set
back all the same, when you
are coming up against the best
horses in Australia everything
needs to be going well, not mishaps here and there along the
way,” said Rattray.
“We are planning on a direct trip to Sydney with him
and that just doesn’t happen by
clicking your fingers, we were
hoping to give him one run
here at home but that may be
tricky now.
“He’ll have to have a run prior to the heats of the Chariots
so we will just have to play it
by ear and see how it pans out.”
Ignatius has not raced since
finishing seventh in the Breeders Crown Final at Melton on
August 25, 2018.
It was the first time the son
of Roll With Joe finished outside of the placings.
The start prior, Ignatius finished second to Poster Boy in
a semi-final of the Breeders
Crown and that was just the
second defeat of his career.
Ignatius was one of the highest earning three-year-olds in
Australia last season.
He ended his juvenile years
with a record of 16 wins and
two placings in 19 starts, bankrolling $287,034 in prizemoney
along the way.
Ignatius won his first 10
starts last season that included
a heat, semi-final and final of
the Breeders Challenge.
His Breeders Challenge heat
victory at Penrith on May 31
saw him obliterate the track
record when stopping the clock
in 1:53.6.
However, it was in the Group
1 final three starts later that he
set a personal best time of 1:51.3
at Menangle.
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IDEAL FLASH
CUZIN PAT
STUDLEIGH SONNY
CHRIS BE QUICK
GINGER LEIGH
KALAHARI SAN
FALCONS HONOUR
SPORTS AGENT
WHATA REACTOR ODM
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10.
M P Rue
J D Turnbull
N P Hurst
J R Davis (C)
M P Rue
M P Rue
N S Hoy
M D Munro
W H Rixon (C)
B J Hewitt
1.
Fr *$2.00
Fr 11.00
Fr 67.00
Fr 8.00
Fr
5.00
Fr 8.00
Fr 67.00
Fr 17.00
Fr 67.00
Fr 11.00
ing By Elsu NZ - Norah $1010 (3:0-0-1): Finished 13.7m 5th $8.70 (Fr3) Cambo Blaster
Bathurst 1730m (1:57.4) 3C0-3C1 race Jan
2. Mixed form to date but not hopeless on
useful placing two back.
9. SPORTS AGENT (P R McCarthy) 3
Gelding By Sportswriter USA - Tianna Joy
$2320 (12:0-0-1): Eased early and inconvenienced when beaten 37m 6th $59 (Fr4)
Cambo Blaster Bathurst 1730m (1:57.4)
3C0-3C1 race Jan 2. Needs to lift.
10. WHATA REACTOR (B J Hewitt) 3 Filly
By Auckland Reactor NZ - Narnie $680
(5:0-0-0): Out of position at the start
when distanced 11th $45 (Sr3) Zanadu Bathurst 1730m (1:55.0) 3C0-3C1 race Jan 2.
Needs to improve on recent.
$3.20 (Fr5) Cambo Blaster Bathurst 1730m
(1:57.4) 3C0-3C1 race Jan 2. Fitter for recent
runs and has placed in this distance range;
well suited this race and has claims.
6. GINGER LEIGH (G C Rue) 3 Filly By
Four Starzzz Shark Ca - Relentless Leigh NZ
$2800 (6:0-1-0): Beaten 11.5m 5th $8.60
(Fr1) Zanadu Bathurst 1730m (1:55.0) 3C03C1 race Jan 2. Just out of the placings last
start but will need some luck from this
draw to feature.
7. KALAHARI SAN (P J Sykes) 3 Filly By
Artiscape USA - Show All $210 (2:0-0-0):
Raced wide early when 26m 5th $61 (Fr4)
Smoken Alice Young 2100m (2:02.7) 3C0
race Dec 21. Later perhaps.
8. FALCONS HONOUR (J D Davis) 3 Geld-
RACE 2 tab.com.au Pace
1730m 3.03 EQ2
3yo & up F&M R0 Only RBD Mobile $4500
3.
1730m 4.23 EQ4 DD1 Q2
3.
1. BIG HEART (A S Turnbull) 5 Gelding By
Big Jim USA - Vin Cere $27,570 (41:4-6-3):
Finished 15.5m 4th $26 (Sr4) Tintin Naturally NZ Parkes 2040m (1:56.3) C1-C2 race
Dec 28 then raced well when 9.5m 7th $12
(Sr1) Shanocon NZ Bathurst 1730m (1:55.0)
C2 race Jan 2. A slight hiccup last start but
well graded here and hard to beat on best.
2. PEGGY SUE SHANNON (P C Bullock) 4
Mare By Rock N Roll Heaven USA - Scarlett
Shannon $13,840 (34:1-2-2): Finished 30m
7th $41 (Fr3) Tintin Naturally NZ Parkes
2040m (1:56.3) C1-C2 race Dec 28 then
raced wide early when 20m 5th $8.20
(Fr7) Lagom Bathurst 1730m (1:56.5) C1-C2
race Jan 2. Not fancied.
3. SUNOFASIS (M W Johnson) 6 Gelding By Speed King - Ramseys Sunshine
$23,100 (76:3-3-8): Covered extra ground
when 30m 9th $128 (Sr4) Boyd Writer
Canberra 1770m (1:58.6) R0-R2 race Dec
16 then raced wide early when 26.5m 8th
$151 (Fr4) Grosestar Parkes 2040m (2:02.1)
C2-C3 race Dec 31. Racing poorly.
4. OVERPOWERING (N P Hurst) 4 Gelding By Changeover NZ - Powerful Princess
$23,557 (23:3-1-4): Eased early and raced
wide early when 40.5m 11th $151 (Fr6)
Bronski Belle Bathurst 1730m (1:54.4) C1
race Dec 26 then out of position at the
4.
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53737
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58354
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7.
BIG HEART
PEGGY SUE SHANNON
SUNOFASIS
OVERPOWERING
ANOTHER BUDDY
ABERCROMBIE TAB
HEY SUZIE
VIRGIN TOOTH
start and tired over the latter stages when
66m 9th $30 (Sr1) Volaticus Bathurst
1730m (1:56.4) C1 race Jan 2. Has the early
speed to figure here.
5. ANOTHER BUDDY (M A Cullen) 7
Gelding By Four Starzzz Shark Ca - Solitude $31,713 (71:4-5-10): Hung in during
the race, tightened during running and
inconvenienced when 2.5m 3rd $7.50 (Fr1)
Schouten Island Parkes 2040m (2:01.0)
C2-C3 race Dec 16 then ran 13m 7th $31
(Sr5) Kiss Cam Young 1720m (1:56.8) C2
race Dec 21. Mixing form but not out of it
on a better run two starts back.
6. ABERCROMBIE TAB (M A Betts) 6
Gelding By Art Major USA - Abercrombie
Dancer $53,215 (123:7-9-9): Finished 38m
10th $151 (Fr2) Bronski Belle Bathurst
1730m (1:54.4) C1 race Dec 26 then eased
early when 6m 6th $123 (Fr6) Shanocon
NZ Bathurst 1730m (1:55.0) C2 race Jan 2.
8.
Fr
2.50
Fr 17.00
Fr 101.00
Fr 34.00
Fr 21.00
Fr 41.00
Fr 15.00
Fr *1.80
A L Rees (C)
M W Johnson
N P Hurst
M A Cullen
W H Rixon (C)
N A Turnbull
HI L Ross
Needs to find best.
7. HEY SUZIE (N A Turnbull) 5 Mare By
Tinted Cloud USA - Wildlife $25,680 (63:45-4): Inconvenienced when 15.2m 5th
$14 (Fr3) Grosestar Dubbo 1720m (1:59.7)
C1-C2 race Nov 24 then finished 18m 4th
$14 (Fr2) Lets Pop The Bubbles NZ Parkes
2040m (2:01.2) C1-C2 race Dec 28. Recent
form consistent and a definite danger in
this.
8. VIRGIN TOOTH (G F Bullock) 7 Gelding
By Always A Virgin USA - The Oils $33,575
(49:8-5-4): Back from a spell. Ran 35.5m
4th $19 (Fr4) Sonny Studleigh Dubbo
1720m (1:59.6) C2-C4 race Dec 18 then
beaten 29m 10th $43 (Fr3) Major Steppe
NZ Penrith 2125m (1:59.8) C2+ race Jan 12.
Back from a long spell and while fresh form
not solid has a very good record this track
and distance; top chance.
RACE 5 WIN News Pace
1730m 5.03
Q3
Pacers PBD Mobile $4500
4.
1. WANDARY MUSCAT (S T Hewitt) 4
Mare By American Ideal USA - Wandary
Lane $2280 (8:0-2-0): Back from a spell.
Held on well when 9.5m 4th $30 (Fr2)
Aphorism Bathurst 1730m (1:55.8) 3C03C1 race Feb 21 then beaten 25m 7th
$32 (Fr4) Redbank Addi Bathurst 1730m
(1:55.9) 3C0-3C1 race Feb 28. Resumes but
has placed fresh; capable of big run once
again.
2. REMEMBER EVE (P J Davis) 5 Mare By
For A Reason - Jalaf Pride $250 (3:0-0-0):
Tired over the latter stages when 45m 9th
$111 (Fr1) Cherry Sweet Peach Bathurst
1730m (1:59.1) C0 race Jun 7 then beaten
15.5m 5th $5.50 (Fr2) Romero Bathurst
1730m (1:57.6) C0 race Dec 26. Just out
of the placings last start; can run another
useful race here.
3. MYSTICAL SHANNON (P C Bullock) 4
Mare By Four Starzzz Shark Ca - Elizabeth
Shannon USA $730 (6:0-0-0): Hung in
during the race when 28.5m 8th $41 (Fr2)
Aphorism Bathurst 1730m (1:59.9) C0
race Nov 28 then failed to finish behind
Mammals Destiny Parkes 2040m (2:04.2)
C0 race Dec 16. Has the pace to be in the
leading bunch but might be found wanting
at the end.
4. MILLIE STREET (S T Hewitt) 4 Mare By
Modern Art USA - Kimberly Street $0 (0:00-0): By Modern Art USA out of Kimberly
Street having first race start. Market best
guide.
5. NEGATIVE NANCY (G J Betts) 3 Filly By
Four Starzzz Shark Ca - Jane Of Troy $2680
(19:0-0-1): Checked when 16.5m 5th $41
(Fr4) Kyle Shannon Dubbo 2120m (2:02.4)
3C0 race Dec 26 then eased early when
44.5m 10th $107 (Fr3) Zanadu Bathurst
2.
VIRGIN TOOTH 1, Big Heart 2, Hey Suzie 3, Peggy Sue Shannon 4.
WHEREYAGOINBABE 1, Chris Be Quick 2, Studleigh Sonny 3, Ginger Leigh 4.
2.
RACE 4 Lexus Of Dubbo Pace
Pacers RBD Mobile $4500
1. WHEREYAGOINBABE (G C Rue) 3 Filly
By Changeover NZ - Farewell Babe $1100
(4:0-0-1): Held on well when 5.5m 3rd
$7.00 (Fr5) Sports Talk Bathurst 1730m
(2:00.6) 2C0 race Mar 28. Back from a
long spell but has the early speed to take
advantage of the pole position here if
ready; respect.
2. IDEAL FLASH (W J Turnbull) 3 Filly By
American Ideal USA - Woodstock Flash
$2050 (6:0-0-2): Hung in during the race
when beaten 7.7m 3rd $7.00 (Fr3) Nelly
Albertina Parkes 1660m (1:58.4) 3C0 race
Dec 28. Improving with racing and could
test these without surprising; contender.
3. CUZIN PAT (J R Clyburn) 3 Gelding By
Caribbean Blaster - Artistic Grin $320 (2:00-0): Eased early when 43m 6th $151 (Fr5)
Major Roll Parkes 2040m (2:02.6) 3C03C2 race Dec 31. Not fancied.
4. STUDLEIGH SONNY (L R Davis) 3
Gelding By Mr Feelgood USA - Studleigh
Matilda $1430 (5:0-1-0): Good run when
0.7m 2nd $4.80 (Fr3) Kyle Shannon Dubbo
2120m (2:02.4) 3C0 race Dec 26. In the mix
on last start improved effort.
5. CHRIS BE QUICK (G C Rue) 3 Gelding
By Art Major USA - Workout Rocky $7370
(15:0-4-3): Held on well when 10.5m 4th
1.
TAB CODE: SH
Daily Double: Races 4 & 6
Early Quaddie: Races 1, 2, 3, 4
Quaddie: Races 3, 4, 5, 6
Big6: Races 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
First4: All Races
O/D DENOTES HORSE EXCLUDED FROM
BARRIER DRAW *DENOTES DRIVER CONCESSION
APPLIES. FRONT: MOBILE (8) STAND (8)
TIPS BY iFORM
ON SKY RACING 1
3yo 3R0 Only RBD Mobile $4500
1.
NSW TAB GUIDE
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8847s WANDARY MUSCAT
99s5 REMEMBER EVE
6058f MYSTICAL SHANNON
MILLIE STREET
08650 NEGATIVE NANCY
97s57 SURE BET SHANNON
63022 DONNA GEORGINA (Em1)
8s530 BETTER THAN GRANGE
54769 ALPHA XENA
59
JOHANNA PETRONELLA
6s496 CLOSE TO THE SKY
1730m (1:55.0) 3C0-3C1 race Jan 2. Not
fancied again.
6. SURE BET SHANNON (P C Bullock) 4
Mare By Bettors Delight USA - Shannons
Locket USA $1030 (11:0-0-0): Solid effort
when 9.7m 5th $31 (Fr1) Smiling Sam Bathurst 1730m (2:01.6) C0 race Nov 28 then
raced well when 4.7m 7th $31 (Sr2) Myanga
Sportsgirl Bathurst 1730m (1:59.4) C0 race
Dec 5. Fitter for recent runs and could be
ready improve; consider if fancied.
7. DONNA GEORGINA (T J Fletcher) 6
Mare By Shark Gesture USA - La Promesse
$4985 (16:0-4-2): Sound effort when 6m
2nd $11 (Fr1) Indys Approval Canberra
1770m (2:01.6) R0 race Dec 16 then good
run when 0.4m 2nd $17 (Fr3) Revonah Dolly Young 1720m (2:00.7) C0 race Dec 21.
Narrowly beaten last start and can atone
here despite the wide draw.
8. BETTER THAN GRANGE (N A Day) 4
Mare By Betterthancheddar USA - Pure
Velvet $1200 (6:0-0-2): Covered extra
ground when 10.5m 3rd $6.40 (Sr3) Indys
Approval Canberra 1770m (2:01.6) R0 race
Dec 16 then broke at the start when distanced 10th $6.50 (Fr4) Twentyeightblack
Leeton 2147m (1:59.9) C0 race Dec 26. Had
10.
S T Hewitt
P W Bourke
A L Rees (C)
S T Hewitt
J D Betts (C)
G W McElhinney
J C Brown
N A Day
G M Seve
J D Turnbull
M A Grant
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41.00
10.00
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8.00
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issues at the start last time; not out of it on
useful prior form.
9. ALPHA XENA (G M Seve) 3 Filly By
Changeover NZ - Ultimate Xena $1060
(7:0-0-0): Finished 26.5m 6th $104 (Fr4)
Write About Lexy Bathurst 1730m (1:58.6)
3C0-3C1 race Dec 19 then eased early
when 36m 9th $239 (Fr8) Zanadu Bathurst
1730m (1:55.0) 3C0-3C1 race Jan 2. Must
improve.
10. JOHANNA PETRONELLA (W J
Turnbull) 4 Mare By Roll With Joe USA Charlotte Jade $240 (2:0-0-0): Checked,
suffered gear malfunction and broke
during running when 30m 5th $11 (Sr1)
Mammals Destiny Parkes 2040m (2:04.2)
C0 race Dec 16 then broke during running
when 31m 9th $7.50 (Fr6) Bradness Abuela
Dubbo 1720m (2:01.3) C0 race Dec 26. Can
make further improvement here; consider.
11. CLOSE TO THE SKY (P H Grant) 3 Filly
By Shoobees Place USA - Sky Valencia NZ
$795 (5:0-0-0): Broke at the start when
40.5m 9th $19 (Sr1) Smoken Alice Young
2100m (2:02.7) 3C0 race Dec 21 then beaten 33m 6th $136 (Fr7) Zanadu Bathurst
1730m (1:55.0) 3C0-3C1 race Jan 2. Place
claims at beat.
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1. FLINDERS LANE (K S Winnell) 6 Gelding By American Ideal USA - Lose The Blues
$12,410 (40:1-3-3): Slow to begin when
9.2m 8th $64 (Fr2) Madame Leza Canberra
2170m (2:00.7) C1-C2 race Dec 16. Mixing
form and need to treat warily.
2. COFFEE BAY (R A Clancy) 7 Mare By
Live Or Die USA - Unspoiled $22,930 (97:22-8): Covered extra ground when 32.5m
8th $5.30 (Fr3) Lagom Bathurst 1730m
(1:56.5) C1-C2 race Jan 2. Not competitive
here.
3. FLIGHTEE DEEDEE (J D Davis) 8 Gelding By Flightpath - Mona Maree $17,155
(49:2-4-10): Beaten 27m 8th $44 (Fr4) Carramar Times Up Bathurst 1730m (1:56.0) C1
race Dec 15. Others rating better.
4. IF HES LUCKY (G J Betts) 5 Gelding By
Ifihadyourluck USA - Abercrombie Jess
$11,615 (34:2-1-2): Beaten 16.5m 6th $45
(Fr1) Volaticus Bathurst 1730m (1:56.4) C1
race Jan 2. Well beaten at its last start but
not out of it on prior placing.
5. JEDDA SHANNON (P C Bullock) 5
Mare By Courage Under Fire NZ - Perfecshon $14,178 (20:3-2-3): Solid effort when
9.5m 4th $4.10 (Fr3) Carramar Times Up
Bathurst 1730m (1:56.0) C1 race Dec 15.
Just out of the placings last start and has
the speed to lead this field easily; good
record this track and distance and hard to
hold out.
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COFFEE BAY
FLIGHTEE DEEDEE
IF HES LUCKY
JEDDA SHANNON
DINOSAURUS REX
LASER MAJOR
LUCKY NUTTER (Em1)
REMEMBER MAC
ENK SPOT SHANNON
SHAZAM SHANNON ODM
6. DINOSAURUS REX (G J Betts) 4
Gelding By Aces N Sevens USA - Verroom
$16,350 (40:3-2-1): Beaten 23.5m 7th $64
(Fr5) Volaticus Bathurst 1730m (1:56.4) C1
race Jan 2. Must improve.
7. LASER MAJOR (P Barnes) 9 Gelding
By Art Major USA - Virgin Goddess $19,190
(63:3-2-7): Eased early when 13.2m 8th $21
(Fr8) Crossfirehall Bathurst 1730m (1:58.8)
C1 race Jan 2. Find this harder.
8. LUCKY NUTTER (W J Turnbull) 5 Mare
By Ifihadyourluck USA - Panpari $19,200
(25:3-4-4): Handy effort when 7.2m 2nd
$1.30 (Fr2) Lagom Bathurst 1730m (1:56.5)
C1-C2 race Jan 2. Has placed twice in past
three runs; genuine danger here.
9. REMEMBER MAC (P J Davis) 6 Gelding By Abercrombie Dexter - Remember
10.
11.
K S Winnell
R A Clancy
M D Munro
J D Betts (C)
G W McElhinney
P Barnes
E M Turnbull
A C Frisby
A L Rees (C)
N S Hoy
Fr 21.00
Fr 17.00
Fr 17.00
Fr 34.00
Fr *2.25
Fr 15.00
Fr 101.00
Fr
4.00
Fr 8.00
Fr
4.00
Fr 21.00
Courty $21,395 (46:3-5-9): Failed to get a
clear run when 3.7m 3rd $4.00 (Fr6) Crossfirehall Bathurst 1730m (1:58.8) C1 race Jan
2. Useful third last start and has won from
this draw before; genuine e-way chance.
10. ENK SPOT SHANNON (P C Bullock) 4
Gelding By Million Dollar Cam USA - Tassie
Shannon $20,170 (36:3-0-6): Raced wide
early when 7m 5th $1.90 (Fr5) Crossfirehall
Bathurst 1730m (1:58.8) C1 race Jan 2. Has
a modest win record but has won here in
past; contender.
11. SHAZAM SHANNON (P C Bullock) 6
Horse By Mach Three Ca - Trinny Bromac
NZ $23,630 (65:2-8-7): Galloped out and
tightened during running when 21.5m 9th
$41 (Sr1) Lukes Gift Parkes 2040m (2:03.9)
C0 race Dec 31. Take on trust.
JEDDA SHANNON 1, Enk Spot Shannon 2, Remember Mac 3, Dinosaurus Rex 4.
RACE 6 Bathurst Toyota Pace
1730m 5.42 DD2 Q4
Pacers $4500
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10.
11.
WANDARY MUSCAT 1, Better Than Grange 2, Remember Eve 3, Johanna Petronella 4.
RACE 3 Reliance Bank Pace
1730m 3.43 EQ3 Q1
4yo & up R0 Only RBD Mobile $4500
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1. MAJOR HALL (N P Hurst) 6 Mare By Art
Major USA - Ashling $0 (0:0-0-0): By Art
Major USA out of Ashling having first race
start. Reports are very promising.
2. BENIGNANT (W J Turnbull) 4 Gelding
By Sportswriter USA - Benevolent $2320
(7:0-2-0): Raced wide late when 21.5m
7th $24 (Sr2) Blues Terror Bathurst 2260m
(2:01.4) C0 race Dec 19 then galloped out
and raced wide late when 14m 7th $3.20
(Fr2) Write About Her Parkes 2040m
(2:03.8) C0 race Dec 28. Has placed 2
times in last four starts and can be in the
finish again; contender.
3. FAMILY AMBITION (C A Brodie) 7
Mare By Passmaster Hanover USA - Bossa
Nova Baby $10,885 (41:0-5-5): Finished
13m 5th $17 (Fr3) Studleigh Stride Bathurst
2260m (2:00.6) C0 race Dec 15 then slow
to begin when 24m 8th $47 (Fr3) Blues
Terror Bathurst 2260m (2:01.4) C0 race
Dec 19. Has had numerous chances to
break through.
4. FLIGHTNFIGHT (M Heer) 5 Gelding By
Flight N Irish USA - Classic Tabella $2750
(15:0-0-2): Failed to finish behind Brads
Luck Blayney 2000m (2:02.8) C0-C1 race
Nov 11 then raced roughly when 10m 5th
$41 (Fr2) Jakes Way Dubbo 1720m (2:03.5)
C0 race Dec 26. Winless in 15 starts but this
field not strong and a minor place chance.
5. POP THE PORSH (J M Morris) 4 Mare
By Artistic Fella USA - Cissy Armbro $900
(2:0-0-1): Eased early and inconvenienced
when 28m 4th $6.50 (Fr5) Mammals
Destiny Parkes 2040m (2:04.2) C0 race
Dec 16 then checked when beaten 9.2m
3rd $10.00 (Sr2) Bradness Abuela Dubbo
1720m (2:01.3) C0 race Dec 26. Lightly
raced improver; more still to come; rates
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BENIGNANT (Em1)
FAMILY AMBITION
FLIGHTNFIGHT
POP THE PORSH
SUNRAY STAR
TEDTOMO
MISTER WILBUR
TIGERSPEED
FOUR STARZZZ CHEF
SOPHIA SHANNON ODM
highly.
6. SUNRAY STAR (S T Jones) 6 Mare By
Mr Aviator USA - Negi Sunshine $720 (2:00-1): Hung in during the race, tightened
during running and checked when 16.2m
3rd $6.00 (Fr1) Mammals Destiny Parkes
2040m (2:04.2) C0 race Dec 16 then
hung in during the race and checked when
beaten 17m 5th $11 (Sr3) Bradness Abuela
Dubbo 1720m (2:01.3) C0 race Dec 26.
Lightly raced but needs to mend her manners to figure here; place preferred.
7. TEDTOMO (N S Hoy) 4 Horse By Sportswriter USA - Imatomo $410 (3:0-0-0): Covered extra ground and tightened during
running when 25.5m 7th $17 (Fr4) Lukes
Gift Parkes 2040m (2:03.3) C0 race Dec
28 then broke during running when 32m
7th $41 (Fr3) Flash In Sam Parkes 2040m
(2:03.2) C0 race Dec 31. Later perhaps.
8. MISTER WILBUR (P M Wood) 5 Horse
By Daroobalgie - Lucille Lue $950 (6:00-1): Back from a spell. Held up for a run
early in the straight when 18.7m 5th $34
(Fr3) Enk Spot Shannon Bathurst 1730m
(1:59.3) C0 race Oct 18 then out of position
at the start, checked and eased early when
MAJOR HALL 1, Family Ambition 2, Pop The Porsh 3, Sophia Shannon 4.
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10.
N P Hurst
J D Turnbull
N P Donnelly
J R Large
J M Morris
M D Munro
N S Hoy
P M Wood
M W Johnson
J C Brown
G R Hoy
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Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
*1.55
4.00
26.00
21.00
3.50
26.00
26.00
51.00
51.00
26.00
4.50
beaten 66.5m 11th $82 (Fr8) Majestic
American Bathurst 1730m (1:59.1) C0 race
Oct 25. Resumes and yet to win in 6 starts.
9. TIGERSPEED (M W Johnson) 6 Gelding
By Speed King - Tigers Star $1980 (17:00-0): Finished 14.5m 8th $51 (Sr1) Write
About Her Parkes 2040m (2:03.8) C0 race
Dec 28 then checked and broke and tightened during running when 55m 10th $151
(Fr4) Flash In Sam Parkes 2040m (2:03.2)
C0 race Dec 31. Not fancied.
10. FOUR STARZZZ CHEF (P Schiller) 5
Gelding By Mr Feelgood USA - Gilgirl $2910
(24:0-1-0): Finished 7.2m 4th $11 (Fr1)
Lukes Gift Parkes 2040m (2:03.3) C0 race
Dec 28 then checked and broke when 47m
8th $18 (Sr1) Flash In Sam Parkes 2040m
(2:03.2) C0 race Dec 31. Take on trust.
11. SOPHIA SHANNON (N S Hoy) 4 Mare
By Rock N Roll Heaven USA - Veloce Cavallo NZ $1190 (4:0-0-1): Fought on very well
when 2.2m 3rd $10.00 (Fr1) Write About
Her Parkes 2040m (2:03.8) C0 race Dec
28 then safely held when 8m 7th $61 (Sr4)
Lukes Gift Parkes 2040m (2:03.9) C0 race
Dec 31. Mixed form to date but not out of it
on solid placing two back.
1. RUTH SHANNON (P C Bullock) 5 Mare
By Mach Three Ca - Colada Belle $33,200
(63:4-9-8): Eased early when 24m 7th
$113 (Fr6) Last Party NZ Eugowra 1700m
(1:59.5) C2-C4 race Sep 23 then beaten
25.5m 9th $34 (Sr2) Gold Onyx Young
2100m (1:59.9) C3-C4 race Dec 21. Racing
poorly.
2. SIOTADA (S T Jones) 5 Gelding By Village Jasper USA - Lauren Ashlee $39,490
(48:8-3-8): Ran 24m 11th $151 (Fr5) Future
Stride Bathurst 1730m (1:54.1) C5+ race Dec
5 then held on well when 7m 5th $12 (Fr4)
Rays Choice Dubbo 1720m (1:57.5) C5+ race
Dec 26. A past winner from this draw and is
suited at this distance; not out of it.
3. RODANTHE NIGHTS (N S Hoy) 10
Gelding By Art Major USA - Shakeela
$37,399 (62:7-3-7): Raced wide early when
24.5m 7th $25 (Fr5) Future Stride Penrith
2125m (2:00.1) C2-C3 race Jul 6 then raced
wide early when 58.5m 10th $46 (Fr3)
Faster Blaster Canberra 2170m (1:59.0) R3+
race Dec 16. Will get back from this draw
ans will need luck.
4. SNOOP STRIDE (M A Betts) 8 Gelding
By Stonebridge Regal USA - Our Vittoria NZ
$133,955 (203:19-22-21): Eased early when
15.2m 7th $21 (Fr5) Barkway Arnold Parkes
1660m (1:57.7) C3-C5 race Dec 28 then
beaten 6.5m 5th $71 (Fr3) Coolie Kid NZ
Bathurst 2260m (2:02.8) C3-C5 race Jan 2.
Drawn to take advantage of his early speed
and not hopeless.
5. LITTLE BIT DUSTY (A S Turnbull) 6
Gelding By Gold Dust Beach Ca - Dimpled
USA $21,235 (31:5-1-2): Broke twice in running and eased early when 24.5m 8th $14
(Fr6) Snoop Stride Dubbo 2120m (1:59.9)
C2-C3 race Nov 4 then broke twice in running when 77.5m 10th $23 (Sr4) Studleigh
Kristen Dubbo 2120m (1:58.1) C3-C4 race
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LORENZO SHANNON
FANTASY LEVEL
CHERRY SWEET PEACH
TAYLOR HOOD
LUCY LAMB
WHOS DRIVING (Em1)
Nov 24. Third-up and has won 3rd-up before; watch.
6. LORENZO SHANNON (P C Bullock) 6
Gelding By Art Official Ca - Amelia Shannon
$48,785 (108:8-11-11): Finished 8.5m 6th
$26 (Sr4) Schouten Island Parkes 2040m
(2:01.0) C2-C3 race Dec 16 then beaten
8.5m 4th $10.00 (Fr1) Studleigh Kristen
Dubbo 2120m (1:59.7) C3-C4 race Dec 26.
Could get some money.
7. FANTASY LEVEL (N A Turnbull) 10
Gelding By Energy Level USA - Judiths
Fantasy $100,939 (165:17-19-27): Finished
15.5m 5th $81 (Sr3) Gold Onyx Young
2100m (1:59.9) C3-C4 race Dec 21 then
beaten 4m 4th $42 (Fr1) Shanocon NZ Bathurst 1730m (1:55.0) C2 race Jan 2. Needs
to lift again.
8. CHERRY SWEET PEACH (N S Hoy)
5 Mare By Always A Virgin USA - Cherry
Dale $53,730 (61:8-11-7): Good effort when
2.7m 2nd $3.30 (Fr2) A Sweet Success
Junee 1760m (1:59.4) C4-C7 race Dec 12
then raced wide early and held up for a run
early in the straight when 11m 8th $12 (Fr5)
Mackeral Parkes 1660m (1:56.6) C4-C6
race Dec 31. Three times winner this track;
chance on best.
9. TAYLOR HOOD (B J Hewitt) 6 Geld-
G W McElhinney
M D Munro
N S Hoy
T M Pay (C)
A S Turnbull
A L Rees (C)
N A Turnbull
G R Hoy
B J Hewitt
HM B Turnbull
A M Day
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Fr
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Fr
Fr
Fr
Fr
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10.00
41.00
34.00
4.50
41.00
26.00
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6.00
4.00
5.00
ing By Robin Hood - Taylobell $46,870
(50:6-12-6): Eased early and covered extra
ground when 27.5m 8th $12 (Fr8) Castalong Shadow Bathurst 1730m (1:56.6) C2C3 race Dec 19 then raced wide early when
5m 5th $23 (Fr4) Shanocon NZ Bathurst
1730m (1:55.0) C2 race Jan 2. Just out of
the placings last start and proven at this
track and trip; has early speed to be in it for
a long way; contender.
10. LUCY LAMB (K E Rue) 7 Mare By
Flightpath - History Repeating $40,995
(31:11-2-3): Resuming from a spell. Blocked
for a run late in race and eased early when
9m 11th $46 (Fr8) Hez All Courage Bathurst
1730m (1:53.9) C3-C5 race Apr 11 then
inconvenienced when beaten 10.2m 4th
$4.90 (Fr2) Cankickatarget Parkes 2040m
(1:59.0) C5-C8 race Apr 18. Resuming after
a lengthy break but has very good fresh record (2-1-4) and can win this if ready.
11. WHOS DRIVING (A M Day) 7 Gelding
By Red River Hanover USA - Artina Rena
$51,570 (72:7-8-10): Ran 22m 4th $23 (Sr2)
Arma Hotshot Wagga 1755m (1:56.6) C3-C4
race Oct 19 then ran 22m 8th $4.60 (Sr2)
Nova Time NZ Canberra 2170m (1:59.6)
R2-R4 race Nov 19. Will need luck from the
second line but has each way claims.
CHERRY SWEET PEACH 1, Lucy Lamb 2, Little Bit Dusty 3, Taylor Hood 4.
Best Bet: Virgin Tooth (Race 4) Value Bet: Cherry Sweet Peach (Race 6).
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10. DENMAN QUALITY (Jessica McCusker) 5g By
Denman - Quest For Quality (15:1-0-2): On return
from break finished 3¼ len 5th of 8 (2) $101.00
54.5 Cornforth 1000m Tuncurry Hcp (C1) Good(4)
Dec 10. Handily placed when 10½ len last of 8 (8)
$151.00 54.0 She Clangs 900m Newcastle Hcp (C2)
Good(4) Dec 22. Only battled to wire at Newcastle
last start. A win would surprise.
KEMPSEY
CONTINUED
From page 32
2. GRIGIO (P Cheers) 4g By Bold Expectation - Miss
Euphrates (0:0-0-0): First start. Makes debut here
after 11¼ len 6th Molten 804m W Farm barrier trial
Good(4) May 21. Trials: (1:0-0-0). Unplaced in only
trial. Prefer to see at this stage.
3. MAXBUX (B J Ratcliff) 4g By Written Tycoon Chantoozie (5:0-0-0): Inquiry into performance,
vetted - no abnormalities when 5½ len 8th of 10
(7) $9.00 58.5 Inglesias 1200m Racing.Com Park
Syn 3yo+ Mdn Synthetic Aug 21. Not flash in 17¼
len 9th of 12 (2) $17.00 58.5 Forbid Me Not 1200m
Swan Hill 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Sept 14. First-up. Previously trained by Henry Dwyer. Decent alley. Not the
roughest.
4. LIGHTSONTHEHARBOUR (R N Godbolt) 3g By
Harbour Watch (IR) - Maimuna (3:0-0-0): Took up a
midfield position when 5¼ len 4th of 12 (6) $51.00
54.5 Tigers Image 1000m Tuncurry Mdn Soft(7)
Sept 7. Shifted out in straight when 2½ len 4th of 10
(5) $26.00 57.5 Bolghari 800m Coffs Harbour E&G
Mdn Good(4) Dec 27. Wasn’t all that far away at Coffs
Harbour first-up. Strips fitter. Worth including.
5. MILITARY BAY (Mark Schmetzer) 3g By Hinchinbrook - Finally (3:0-0-1): Hampered at start when
5¾ len last of 12 (8) $17.00 57.0 Pluck And Lucky
900m Cessnock 2yo Mdn Firm(2) July 16. Handily
placed when 1¾ len, 5¼ len 3rd of 9 (4) $11.00 56.0
Bullseye Score, Destiny’s Choice 1000m Taree E&G
Mdn Good(3) Dec 3. Freshened. Ran on okay from
midfield to place at Taree first-up. Free-running.
Each-way chance.
6. SPANISH MISSILE (Luke A Thomas) 3g By Smart
Missile - La Rambla (1:0-0-0): Didn’t offer much
when 4¼ len 8th of 10 (7) $20.00 57.5 Bolghari
800m Coffs Harbour E&G Mdn Good(4) Dec 27.
Needs to improve on modest debut performance.
SCRATCHED
7. DAY STAR (D Lane) 4m By Hard Spun (US) - Impossibleprincess (4:0-0-0): Failed to fire 10½ len
6th of 7 (2) $41.00 55.5 Little Steiny 1200m Gosford
Mdn Soft(5) Mar 29. Balanced up midfield when
first-up 14½ len 9th of 10 (5) $51.00 54.5 Danzibar
Dancer 1200m Tuncurry 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec
10. Freshened. Was safely held at Tuncurry first-up.
Hard to recommend.
8. JILLERETTE (J D Shelton) 5m By Murtajill - Encosterette (1:0-0-0): Found rivals too strong 8¼
len 9th of 11 (11) $10.00 58.0 Hot Scene 800m Coffs
Harbour F&M Mdn Good(4) Dec 27. Ordinary this
level at Coffs Harbour debut. Drawn poorly. Place
appeal only.
9. DELAYED RESPONSE (P A Smith) 3f By So You
Think (NZ) - Opening Ceremony (0:0-0-0): First
start. Readied for debut with 2¾ len win Jillerette,
Northern Wilderose 800m Coffs Harbour barrier trial Good(4) Dec 13. Trials: (1:1-0-0). Has shown ability
at the trials. Good gate. Big watch.
10. NZURI MWALI: SCRATCHED
11. PRINCESS CASINO (H P Ball) 3f By Casino
Prince - Hearwhatisay (1:0-0-0): Struck interference at start when 11¼ len last of 11 (9) $41.00 56.5
Hot Scene 800m Coffs Harbour F&M Mdn Good(4)
Dec 27. Didn’t show much fight at debut. Prefer
others.
RACE 3
3.10
(1000m)
1. DREAMY BELLE (K A Lees) 4m By Dream Ahead
(US) - Winning Belle (NZ) (10:2-1-2): Wide throughout, vetted - no abnormalities when 2¼ len 5th of 8
(6) $2.90F 58.5 Transmitter 1000m Gosford (Bm64)
Good(4) Dec 6. Slowly away, laid in on straightening
when ½ len 2nd of 8 (2) $6.00 56.5 She Clangs
900m Newcastle Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 22. Consistent mare. Worked home solidly to place at Newcastle last start. Fitter for two runs back. Expect will be
prominent from the decent draw. One of the major
players.
2. ROGUE MISSILE (D & R Simonetta) 7g By Elvstroem - Rosa’s Wish (20:2-3-2): Positioned midfield
when 6½ len last of 12 (10) $31.00 55.5 Impasse
1400m Kembla Grange (Bm72) Good(3) July 21.
Ridden on the speed 8½ len 7th of 10 (1) $9.50 59.5
True Worth 1280m Canberra Acton Hcp (C2) Synthetic Aug 10. Resuming. Formerly with R T Leemon.
Outside chance for multiples.
3. OUTSMARTEM (R N Godbolt) 5g By Strategic
Maneuver - High Production (11:2-1-1): Jumped
awkwardly, laid in in straight when 4¼ len 6th of
11 (9) $21.00 60.0 Stoddart 1000m Taree (Bm58)
Good(3) Sept 16. Took up a handy position in firstup 2½ len 6th of 13 (9) $21.00 58.0 Texas Storm
1000m Taree (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 23. Fair effort
without threatening at Taree first-up. Fitter. Among
the dangers.
4. PLECTRUM (P A Smith) 5g By Pluck (US) - Vestry (12:2-2-2): Gave all for ½ nk, lg hd 3rd of 10 (5)
$8.00 56.5 Woodditton, Vivid Image 1115m Grafton
Hcp (C2) Good(4) Sept 25. Struck interference near
600m, lacerations when 6½ len 7th of 8 (5) $9.50
55.5 Vivid Image 1000m Coffs Harbour Hcp (C2)
Good(4) Dec 27. Just battled home in same company at Coffs Harbour first-up. Has had success
second-up. Should be competitive.
5. RISALDAR (Sally Taylor) 4g By Sepoy - Dorky
(11:1-2-2): Overraced early stages when nose, ½
len 3rd of 12 (5) $16.00 54.0 Moondancer, Oakfield
Captain 1400m Newcastle Hcp (C2) Soft(6) June
23. Settled handy when 1¾ len 4th of 12 (2) $5.50
55.5 Dark Image 1600m Grafton Hcp (C2) Good(4)
July 11. Fitter for nk win Plonka, Named After 800m
Coffs Harbour barrier trial Good(4) Dec 27. First-up.
Keep safe.
6. BACHELOR (B J Ratcliff) 4g By Sepoy - Sunset Affair (13:2-0-0): Eased near 200m, laid out throughout when 6¾ len 11th of 14 (5) $41.00 57.0 Manning
Treasure 1000m Coffs Harbour Plate (C2) Good(4)
Dec 13. Safely held in 4¼ len last of 5 (5) $4.00 58.5
Giddyup 1210m Port Macquarie Hcp (C3) Good(4)
Jan 1. Needs to improve sharply. Doesn’t look likely.
7. FAIR DINKUM (M R Stitt) 3g By Strategic Maneuver - Technology (8:2-0-1): Beaten but not disgraced
when 3¾ len 6th of 14 (1) $3.10F 57.5 Manning Treasure 1000m Coffs Harbour Plate (C2) Good(4) Dec 13.
Settled midfield when 2½ len 7th of 13 (1) $2.90F
59.0 Texas Storm 1000m Taree (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec
23. Ran home respectably at Taree last outing. Must
be considered.
8. BEARLY THINKING (G C Kilner) 4m By So You
Think (NZ) - Baby Angel (23:1-4-4): Took up a midfield position when 3½ len 4th of 14 (12) $101.00
54.0 Sienna Rose 1255m Ballina Hcp (C1) Soft(5)
Dec 7. Rider charged with careless riding when 7½
len 11th of 14 (2) $19.00 53.0 Eyebea Danser 1200m
Coffs Harbour Hcp (C1) Good(4) Dec 27. Gets in light.
Can figure.
9. ROYAL DUKE (M J Robinson) 5g By Super Jet
(US) - Tasman Princess (NZ) (27:2-3-3): Laid in near
1000m when 6½ len 9th of 14 (5) $61.00 59.0 Good
Excuse 1250m Taree Plate (C2) Heavy(8) Oct 19.
Tried hard when nk 2nd of 3 (3) $4.40 61.5 Dark Elixir
1000m Wauchope (Bm45) Good(3) Dec 26. On pace
and fought on bravely to place at Wauchope at latest. Not the roughest.
V1 - TELE01Z01MA
RACE 4
3.50
(1900m)
1. BACKHOUSE BILLY (Ms J Graham) 6g By Hinchinbrook - Dictatorial (US) (43:5-7-10): No match
when 7½ len 14th of 15 (5) $19.00 58.0 Ruby Guru
2040m D’ben (Bm75) Good(4) Nov 24. Jumped
awkwardly when 5¼ len 11th of 15 (3) $41.00 55.5
Happy Go Plucky 2200m E Farm (Bm75) Good(4)
Dec 22. Drawn favourably. Keep in mind.
2. ANOTHER LARGA (D Lane) 6g By Al Samer Larga Vista (US) (42:7-3-1): Lame after race when 12
len 10th of 12 (2) $7.50 61.5 Wild About Her 1850m
Newcastle (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 8. Showed pace
when 6½ len 7th of 8 (1) $26.00 61.5 Wild About Her
1890m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec 26. Coming
off a modest run at Newcastle last outing. Can play
a role.
3. PICKELHAUBE (K A Lees) 4g By Helmet - More
Haste (11:2-1-4): Ridden on the speed ½ len, lg nk
3rd of 12 (11) $2.20F 59.0 Scotty Be Gotti, I’ve Got
This 1600m Taree XXXX Gold Soft(5) Dec 17. Slowly
away when len, 1½ len 3rd of 9 (1) $3.60 60.0 Nothing Too Hard, Sharp Speedo 1600m Newcastle Hcp
(C2) Good(4) Dec 26. Knocking on the door. Kept
working to line at Newcastle last time out. Drawn to
receive every chance. Take beating.
4. KASHARN (D D Schmidt) 7g By All American
- Forest City Girl (US) (43:6-3-3): Eased concluding stages when 4¼ len 9th of 11 (4) $41.00 61.5
Deep Blue Sea 1605m Ballina (Bm66) Soft(5) Dec
7. Checked early stages when 1½ len 5th of 12 (7)
$26.00 55.0 Baroque Girl 1900m Armidale Open
Hcp Good(4) Dec 18. Just behind the placegetters at
Armidale at latest. Each-way chance.
5. CHOSEN PRINCE (D I Atkins) 6g By Choisir - Princess Tyla (22:3-5-1): Knuckled down well to score nk
win of 7 (6) $2.60F 54.5 Exilia Miss, Rage Against
2200m Scone 3yo+ (Bm74) Good(4) Dec 4. Blocked
for a run on straightening when 5½ len 2nd of 10 (2)
$7.50 57.0 Vihari 2360m Newcastle 3yo+ (Bm64)
Good(4) Dec 22. Picked up well from midfield to fill a
place at Newcastle last start. Major player.
6. SCOTTY BE GOTTI (D G Callaughan) 9g By
Home On The Grange - Flaming Bullet (52:6-10-7):
Blocked for a run near turn when ½ len win of 12 (3)
$21.00 53.0 I’ve Got This, Pickelhaube 1600m Taree
XXXX Gold Soft(5) Dec 17. Overraced early, middle
stages when 9½ len last of 8 (4) $17.00 54.0 Wild
About Her 1890m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(4) Dec
26. Veteran who retains zest for racing. Good win
two starts back at Taree. Keep safe.
7. LOBBAN DYNAMITE (R J Barnes) 7m By Floral
Dynamite - Excello (47:7-2-2): Slowly away, wide
throughout when 2¾ len 6th of 11 (10) $12.00 57.5
Backhouse Billy 2125m Cessnock (Bm65) Good(3)
Nov 24 (2017). Lame after race when 25 len 11th
of 12 (5) $81.00 54.0 Wild About Her 1850m Newcastle (Bm64) Good(3) Dec 8. Freshened. Showed
pace but gave in easily at Newcastle first-up. Looks
tested.
8. CHANTILLY CHATEAU (Jason Reilly) 6m By Bel
Danoro - Chantilly Babe (39:6-5-5): Balanced up
midfield when 1¼ len, ¾ len 3rd of 14 (1) $16.00 61.5
I’ve Got This, Lady Solerno 1600m Coffs Harbour
(Bm58) Good(4) Dec 13. Vetted - no abnormalities
when 3½ len 5th of 8 (3) $7.00 58.5 Diamond Deluxe
2000m Coffs Harbour 3yo+ (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 27.
Battled on fairly at Coffs Harbour last outing. Only
a place chance.
9. KILMARNOCK (Ms L Selby) 6g By Husson (AR)
- Salix Caprea (35:5-1-4): Slowly away when 8½ len
10th of 11 (11) $41.00 60.5 Chateauroux 1400m Armidale (Bm58) Good(3) Nov 11. Slowly away when
13¾ len last of 9 (3) $21.00 56.0 Uncle Sugar 1600m
Gunnedah (Bm66) Good(3) Dec 8. Freshened.
Lacked a pick-up and only plugged to line at Gunnedah last time out. Not likely.
RACE 5
4.30
(1900m)
1. SCKAM (5) 59
ch g 4 Street Cry (IR) — Kitt Ann Miss (A F Ryan)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$34,120
19
1
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
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11
8
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Wins
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1
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2nds
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1
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 1400 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
WIN: 5.3%
PLACE: 26.3%
RTG: 42
LAST 15 STARTS: 713s0086s957042
4TH, 14Dec18 4.7L Murwillumbah Cls 1
2020m 59 (Ms L G Cheshire 4) 12, Set weights,
2:05.23 (Last 600m 37.25), Good(3), Cushty
Princess 57 1, La Firebird 57 2, Cyclone Path 59
3, Btg $26.00, $21.00, $31.00 3rd settling, 5th
1200m, 7th 800m, 8th turn. Slowly away.
Overraced middle stages.
2ND, 27Dec18 0.5L, 1/2 hd Coffs Harbour
Bm58 2000m 54 (Ms L G Cheshire 2) 8, Lim 54,
2:09.66 (Last 600m 36.05), Good(4), Diamond
Deluxe 58.5 1, Windermere 56 3, Bromach 58 4,
Btg $13.00, $8.50 3rd settling, 2nd to turn.
Finished well to place at Coffs Harbour at
latest. Can figure.
2. SOMETHING UNKNOWN (8)
59
b g 5 Keep The Faith — Metallic Mover (G L
Woodward)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$15,285
26
1
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
26
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13
8
4
1
Wins
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1
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1300 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 3.8%
PLACE: 7.7%
RTG: 39
LAST 15 STARTS: 604908417806834
3RD, 26Dec18 1.3L, 1.3L Bowraville Bm45
1370m 58.5 (L Cumberland 3) 7, Lim 54, 1:25.28
(Last 600m 37.06), Good(4), Field Helmet
60.5 1, Paper Kites 59 2, Arloarlo 59 4, Btg
$10.00, $8.00 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn. Jumped
awkwardly.
4TH, 01Jan19 3.9L Port Macquarie Cls 1 1512m
57 including 0.5 over (C Franklin 6) 8, Lim 54,
1:33.80 (Last 600m 35.99), Good(4), Splash Of
Lime 57.5 1, Lucky Starlet 53.5 2, Magic Ticket
58.5 3, Btg $10.00 . Overraced early stages.
Far from disgraced at Port Macquarie last
start. Place makes best appeal.
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3. STEPPIN’ OUT (15) 59
ch g 5 Snippetson — Yakama (A Parramore)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$21,955
18
1
1
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
18
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12
4
2
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Wins
—
1
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1710 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-0-1
WIN: 5.6%
PLACE: 27.8%
RTG: 47
LAST 15 STARTS: 83016550s077372
7TH, 21Dec18 3.4L Lismore Cls 2 1521m 54 (J
Taylor 6) 11, Lim 54, 1:30.85 (Last 600m 34.16),
Good(3), House Of Drama 58.5 1, Pretty Smart
54 2, All One Class 54 3, Btg $17.00, $16.00 7th to
800m, 6th turn. Overraced early stages.
2ND, 29Dec18 nck, 1.5L Lismore Cls 1 2108m
57.5 (Cejay Graham 2) 6, Set weights, 2:13.25
(Last 600m 37.04), Good(3), Korma 59 1,
Aristocratic 57 3, Bay Shot 54.5 4, Btg $2.80,
$2.10 2nd to 1200m, led 800m, 2nd turn.
Closed intently to just miss at short odds
at Lismore last outing. Not the roughest.
4. SUNSOUT SHIRTSOFF (6) 59
8. BLIND LOVE (11) 56.5
ch g 4 Bon Hoffa — Fame Princess (Ms L Selby)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$19,320
14
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4
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Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
14
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10
3
1
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Wins
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2nds
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3
1
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3rds
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-1-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-1-0
PLACE: 28.6%
LAST 15 STARTS: 999s27622062607
10TH, 13Dec18 12.9L Coffs Harbour Mdn
1400m 59 (Ms J Worley 6) 13, Set weights,
1:25.20 (Last 600m 38.25), Good(4), Casurina
Star 55.5 1, Gratuitous 57 2, Trust In Cash 59 3,
Btg $6.50, $13.00 led to turn.
LAST, 26Dec18 5.9L Bowraville Mdn 1370m
59 (L Cumberland 6) 7, Set weights, 1:25.89
(Last 600m 38.56), Good(4), Granville Island
59 1, Bon Bon 57 2, Bycromac 59 3, Btg $2.35,
$2.60, $2.25 (fav). 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn. Laid
in throughout. Poor post-race recovery.
Racing poorly. Outside chance for
multiples.
9. CHARLIE JACK (16) 56.5
b g 5 Daliapour (IR) — Othapus (Colt Prosser)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$19,090
15
1
3
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
15
1
8
5
1
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Wins
—
1
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—
2nds
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2
1
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3rds
1
1
1
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TRACK: 1:1-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1900 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-2-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-1
4th UP: 2:0-1-0
WIN: 6.7%
PLACE: 46.7%
RTG: 50
LAST 15 STARTS: 60s723253318s02
11TH, 13Dec18 5.9L Coffs Harbour Cls 1 1300m
56 (Ms B Hodder 10) 13, Lim 54, 1:18.83 (Last
600m 36.54), Good(4), Mimic 56 1, Danishki
55 including 1 over 2, Sarasota Bay 57.5 3, Btg
$61.00, $101.00 10th to 800m, 11th turn.
2ND, 26Dec18 2L, lng nck Wauchope Bm50
1800m 61 (Ms B Hodder 2) 4, Lim 54, 1:54.98 ,
Good(3), Raining On Sunday 58 1, Komachi Force
58.5 3, Star Bid 54 4, Btg $2.60 .
No match for winner but kept on for the
minor spoils at Wauchope last time out.
Fitter third-up. Each-way chance.
b g 4 Rothesay — Midnight Pearl (R N Godbolt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$3435
5
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1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
5
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3
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Wins
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2nds
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 1:0-0-1
4th UP: 0:0-0-0
PLACE: 20%
LAST 15 STARTS: 753s87
8TH, 10Dec18 10.8L Tuncurry 4yo and UP
Mdn 1200m 56 (R Spokes 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:12.01 ,
Good(4), Danzibar Dancer 54.5 1, Khitaamy 58 2,
Guest 59.5 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00 Last to 800m,
9th turn.
7TH, 23Dec18 4.8L Taree Cls 1 1600m 54.5 (Q
Yong 12) 14, Set weights, 1:38.70 (Last 600m
36.99), Soft(5), True Finesse 54 1, Tribuna 55.5 2,
Harry And The Duke 59 3, Btg $51.00, $71.00 11th
to 1200m, 12th to turn.
Average effort this grade at Taree last
time out. Getting fitter. Keep safe.
5. ARISTOCRATIC (7) 57
ch g 4 Helmet — Herewegoagain (M R Stitt)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$16,735
19
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2
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
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11
7
1
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Wins
—
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2nds
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2
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3rds
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1
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TRACK: 1:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 4:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 3:0-0-0
PLACE: 15.8%
LAST 15 STARTS: 05996s085085423
2ND, 02Dec18 1.3L, 0.5L Grafton Mdn 1700m
55 (Cejay Graham 9) 14, Lim 56.5, 1:43.73 (Last
600m 35.95), Good(4), Missile Attack 57.5 1,
Backhouse Frilly 57.5 3, King Of Monaco 56.5 4,
Btg $7.50, $7.00, $11.00 4th settling, 6th 800m,
5th turn. Blocked for a run near turn.
3RD, 17Dec18 1.8L, 1L Taree Mdn 1600m 57.5
(Cejay Graham 8) 11, Set weights, 1:39.38 (Last
600m 38.23), Soft(5), The Deel Is Dun 55.5 1,
Totten 59 2, Oakwoods Hope 57 4, Btg $8.50,
$9.00 3rd throughout.
Consistent of late. Ran home well to fill
the minors at Taree at latest. Drawn to
effect. Can figure.
ch m 6 Host (CH) — A Right Royal Miss (B D
Bellamy)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$71,478
37
1
5
4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
37
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29
3
2
3
Wins
—
1
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2nds
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5
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3rds
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4
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TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:0-0-0
Won over: 2050 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 4:0-0-1
4th UP: 4:1-2-0
WIN: 2.7%
PLACE: 27%
RTG: 39
LAST 15 STARTS: 848s00840686853
5TH, 26Dec18 8.1L Bowraville Bm50 2200m
54 (Ms A Denby 5) 6, Lim 54, 2:23.90 (Last
600m 37.39), Good(4), Jayzou 57 1, Exotic Art 56
2, Miss Hanson 56 3, Btg $7.00, $8.50, $7.50 2nd
settling, 5th to 800m, Last turn.
3RD, 29Dec18 nck, 1.5L Lismore Cls 1 2108m
57 (P Graham 4) 6, Set weights, 2:13.25 (Last
600m 37.04), Good(3), Korma 59 1, Steppin’ Out
57.5 2, Bay Shot 54.5 4, Btg $8.50, $9.00 Last
settling, 5th to 800m, 4th turn.
Closed from well back to fill the minors at
Lismore at latest. Could sneak a place at odds.
6. ARLOARLO (10) 57
b m 5 Spinning World (US) — Belle Ringer (G
Prosser)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$19,130
22
1
3
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
22
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15
6
1
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Wins
—
1
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2nds
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2
1
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3rds
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TRACK: 4:0-2-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
Won over: 1370 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-1-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-1
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-1-0
WIN: 4.5%
PLACE: 22.7%
RTG: 44
LAST 15 STARTS: 238904508287514
WON, 01Dec18 1L, 2.5L Bowraville Mdn 1370m
57 (P Graham 4) 5, Set weights, 1:23.50 (Last
600m 35.67), Good(3), Pleasure Bomb 55.5 2, Lord
Morpheus 57.5 3, He Zoffan Gone 59 4, Btg $4.60 .
--- FRESHENED --4TH, 26Dec18 4.8L Bowraville Bm45 1370m
59 (K Matheson 2) 7, Lim 54, 1:25.28 (Last 600m
37.06), Good(4), Field Helmet 60.5 1, Paper Kites
59 2, Something Unknown 58.5 3, Btg $11.00,
$17.00 Last to 800m, 6th turn. Slowly away.
Went to line only fairly at Bowraville last
start. Assess on strong performance at
Bowraville two starts ago. Rough chance
for minors.
7. MISS HANSON (1) 57
ch m 4 Host (CH) — Guide (G L Woodward)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$14,170
19
1
1
1
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
19
1
16
2
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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: 3:1-0-0
Won over: 1900 (1)
1st UP: 3:0-0-0
2nd UP: 3:0-0-0
3rd UP: 3:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 5.3%
PLACE: 15.8%
RTG: 44
LAST 15 STARTS: s646s7754106203
LAST, 18Dec18 16.7L Armidale Open 1900m
54 (Ms B Hodder 8) 12, Lim 54, 1:59.24 (Last
600m 37.41), Good(4), Baroque Girl 54.5 1, Exilia
Miss 57.5 2, Torpedo 54 3, Btg $41.00, $71.00,
$61.00 10th settling, 9th to 800m, Last turn.
3RD, 26Dec18 4.5L, 2.5L Bowraville Bm50
2200m 56 (C Franklin 4) 6, Lim 54, 2:23.90 (Last
600m 37.39), Good(4), Jayzou 57 1, Exotic Art 56
2, Prince Coureuse 57.5 4, Btg $7.50, $10.00 4th
settling, 3rd 1200m, 4th to turn.
Worked home soundly from around
midfield to run a place at Bowraville last
outing. Place appeal only.
10. EL CASCO (2) 56.5
11. HEAVENTOMURGATROYD
(9) 56.5
b/br g 8 Southern Image (US) — Light Wave (NZ)
(Ms J Hardy)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$7590
21
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4
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
21
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14
4
3
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Wins
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2nds
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3rds
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TRACK: 4:0-0-1
DIST: 3:0-0-1
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-1
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
PLACE: 19%
LAST 15 STARTS: 448503063s83866
6TH, 13Dec18 6.5L Coffs Harbour Mdn 1400m
57 (Olivia Pickering 3) 13, Set weights, 1:25.20
(Last 600m 38.25), Good(4), Casurina Star 55.5
1, Gratuitous 57 2, Trust In Cash 59 3, Btg $151.00
8th to 800m, 7th turn.
6TH, 29Dec18 6.6L Lismore Mdn 1521m 57
(Olivia Pickering 3) 7, Set weights, 1:32.19 (Last
600m 36.19), Good(3), Rewa Lad 59 1, Look Out
Boy 59 2, There’s Always One 57.5 3, Btg $8.50,
$16.00 Last to turn. Hampered at start.
Just battled home in weaker class at
Lismore last start. Only a place chance.
12. SAGANAKI (13) 55
b/br g 3 Real Saga — Cubism K A Lees
SCRATCHED
13. STAR BID (3) 59
b/br g 7 Starcraft (NZ) — Tell Someone (NZ) (V
B Jones)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$34,425
52
1
2
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
52
1
33
12
6
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
—
—
—
3rds
—
1
2
—
—
TRACK: 7:0-0-0
DIST: 2:0-0-0
Won over: 1506 (1)
1st UP: 7:0-0-0
2nd UP: 7:0-0-1
3rd UP: 6:0-0-1
4th UP: 5:0-0-0
WIN: 1.9%
PLACE: 11.5%
RTG: 33
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s096768647s004
10TH, 17Dec18 9.5L Taree Open 1600m 52
(Ms W Peel 9) 12, Lim 54, 1:38.59 (Last 600m
38.56), Soft(5), Scotty Be Gotti 53 1, I’ve Got
This 52.5 2, Pickelhaube 59 3, Btg $151.00 Last to
800m, 11th turn.
LAST, 26Dec18 3.7L Wauchope Bm50 1800m
54 (J Kehoe 1) 4, Lim 54, 1:54.98 , Good(3),
Raining On Sunday 58 1, Sunsout Shirtsoff 61 2,
Komachi Force 58.5 3, Btg $10.00 .
Well down the track of late. Hard to make
a case for.
14. SUPER BONUS (4) 59
ch g 7 Super Kid (NZ) — Princess Karen (Tess
Wilkes)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$46,151
50
1
4
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
50
—
36
12
2
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
4
—
—
—
3rds
—
2
1
—
—
TRACK: 4:0-0-0
DIST: 3:0-1-0
Won over: 1506 (1)
1st UP: 4:0-0-0
2nd UP: 4:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 2:0-0-0
WIN: 2%
PLACE: 16%
RTG: 35
LAST 15 STARTS: 29204800s000009
LAST, 17Dec18 14L Taree Open 1600m 54 (Ms
R Murray 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:38.59 (Last 600m
38.56), Soft(5), Scotty Be Gotti 53 1, I’ve Got This
52.5 2, Pickelhaube 59 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00
2nd settling, led 1200m, 2nd 800m, 6th turn.
Ran wide early, middle stages.
LAST, 22Dec18 32.2L Newcastle Bm64
2360m 54 (J Kehoe 7) 10, Lim 54, 2:28.53 ((track
record) Last 600m 35.60), Good(4), Vihari 56.5
1, Chosen Prince 57 2, Allzin 59 3, Btg $151.00
5th settling, 6th 1200m, 4th 800m, 8th turn.
Vetted - no abnormalities, ordered to trial.
Really struggled at recent performances.
Unlikely to trouble these.
15. PRIMAL TOUCH (14) 59
b g 5 Primus — Amelia’s Touch (NZ) (Paul Grills)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$38,745
30
1
5
3
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
30
—
19
7
4
—
Wins
—
1
—
—
—
2nds
—
2
1
2
—
3rds
—
2
—
1
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 1:1-0-0
Won over: 1900 (1)
1st UP: 5:0-0-0
2nd UP: 5:0-1-1
3rd UP: 5:0-1-1
4th UP: 5:0-2-0
WIN: 3.3%
PLACE: 30%
RTG: 45
LAST 15 STARTS: 5s63671489s5564
6TH, 15Dec18 11.5L Moree Cls 1 1600m 59
(L Cumberland 8) 11, Set weights, 1:37.98 (Last
600m 37.96), Soft(5), Louisiana Man 55 1, Oh
Why 57 2, Happens Nomore 57 3, Btg $21.00,
$31.00 9th to 1200m, 8th 800m, 9th turn.
LAST, 26Dec18 6.2L Inverell Cls 2 1600m 57.5
(S Sweedman 3) 4, Lim 54, 1:34.76 , Good(3),
Happens Nomore 54 1, Tan Tat Nova 58.5 2,
Meishou 54 3, Btg $5.00 .
Went to line only fairly in stronger class
at Inverell last time out. Tough alley. Not
expected to threaten.
16. TYRION’S CROWN (12) 56.5
b g 4 Big Brown (US) — Tyrani (Kevin King)
P’Money
STRS
1st
2nd 3rd
$1250
7
—
—
—
Sts
Firm Good Soft Heavy Syn
7
—
5
2
—
—
Wins
—
—
—
—
—
2nds
—
—
—
—
—
3rds
—
—
—
—
—
TRACK: 0:0-0-0
DIST: 0:0-0-0
1st UP: 2:0-0-0
2nd UP: 2:0-0-0
3rd UP: 2:0-0-0
4th UP: 1:0-0-0
LAST 15 STARTS: 809s4705
13TH, 02Dec18 17.8L Grafton Mdn 1700m
56.5 (Ms L G Cheshire 8) 14, Lim 56.5, 1:43.73
(Last 600m 35.95), Good(4), Missile Attack
57.5 1, El Casco 55 2, Backhouse Frilly 57.5 3,
Btg $101.00 7th settling, 9th 800m, 12th turn.
Eased near 600m.
--- FRESHENED --5TH, 26Dec18 4.4L Bowraville Mdn 1370m
59 (K Matheson 4) 7, Set weights, 1:25.89 (Last
600m 38.56), Good(4), Granville Island 59 1,
Bon Bon 57 2, Bycromac 59 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00
6th settling, Last 800m, 5th turn. Struck
interference at start.
Hasn’t been attacking the line lately.
Faces stronger opposition now. This looks
too hard.
RACE 6
5.10
(1450m)
1. CAPTAIN TOM (R N Godbolt) 4g By Drumbeats Pearl’s Pic (3:0-0-0): Not flash in 4¼ len 6th of 10 (4)
$16.00 57.5 Danzibar Dancer 1200m Tuncurry 4yo+
Mdn Good(4) Dec 10. Slowly away when 2¼ len 6th
of 13 (5) $9.50 57.0 Belle De Vega 1300m Taree Mdn
Soft(5) Dec 23. Wasn’t all that far away at Taree at
latest. Can’t be taken lightly.
2. FLEWSHOT (B J Ryan) 5g By Moshe - Flew (3:00-0): Jumped awkwardly when 8¾ len 9th of 12 (7)
$151.00 58.5 Bubbles Ball 1000m Coffs Harbour
Mdn Hcp Good(4) Dec 13. Didn’t offer much when
5½ len 5th of 6 (2) $101.00 59.0 Exdream 1200m
Coffs Harbour Mdn Good(4) Dec 27. Struggling to
have an impact this campaign. Expect long odds.
3. RED INTUITION (H R Dew) 3g By Sweet Orange
(US) - Sannah Rose (NZ) (3:0-0-0): Slowly away
when 5½ len 12th of 13 (7) $31.00 58.0 Lady Ringo
1400m Sunshine Coast 3yo Mdn Good(4) Nov 25.
Slowly away when 5¾ len 6th of 8 (4) $9.50 58.0
Vandaluscious 1600m Sunshine Coast 3yo Mdn
Soft(7) Dec 14. Freshened. Previously trained by
Steven O’Dea. Average effort at Sunshine Coast last
start. Needs luck from out there. Others better.
4. TRUST IN CASH (B J Dodson) 4g By Trusting
- Lucy’s Cash (6:0-0-1): Slowly away, hampered
early stages, blocked for a run near turn when 4½
len 5th of 12 (4) $21.00 59.0 Alternative Facts 1100m
Grafton 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Dec 2. Found the line
intently for len, sht nk 3rd of 13 (9) $10.00 59.0
Casurina Star, Gratuitous 1400m Coffs Harbour Mdn
Plate Good(4) Dec 13. Freshened. Found line well to
place at Coffs Harbour last outing. Nicely weighted.
Include among the better chances.
5. CONTRACT (Mark Schmetzer) 3f By Charge Forward - Cornersoff (4:0-0-1): On return from break
finished 5¼ len 6th of 11 (7) $151.00 55.0 Macal
1100m Quirindi 3yo Mdn Good(4) Nov 25. Worked
right to the line for sht hd, 2¼ len 3rd of 9 (4) $6.50
55.5 Master Cramsie, Pleasure Bomb 1300m Moree
Mdn Plate Soft(5) Dec 15. Freshened. Finished intently at Moree last time out. Not the roughest.
6. DR MAYHEM (V B Jones) 5g By May’haab - Romany Lady (NZ) (11:0-1-1): Handily placed when 12½
len 7th of 8 (5) $11.00 56.5 Banri De Hero 2026m
Port Macquarie Plate (C1) Soft(5) July 14. Resumed
with len 2nd of 4 (1) $3.60 59.0 Achilles Pride 1240m
Wauchope Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec 26. Solid on-pace
performance at Wauchope first-up. Place makes
best appeal.
7. EUROGEM (Ms J Graham) 3f By Eurozone - Empire Express (4:0-1-0): Fair effort in 3 len 4th of 12
(11) $19.00 54.5 Casino Mondial 1206m Port Macquarie Mdn Hcp Good(4) Nov 27. Failed to fire 8½
len 4th of 12 (5) $7.00 54.0 Mystic Hill 1400m Taree
Mdn Soft(5) Dec 17. Form solid. Drawn well. Worth
some thought.
8. FROSTY OLAF (P Cheers) 3g By Eurozone - Isla
Kristina (7:0-0-0): Ran wide early stages when
10¼ len last of 8 (7) $101.00 57.5 Casino At Marino
1205m Lismore E&G Mdn Good(3) Dec 21. Hung out
on straightening when 4¼ len 4th of 7 (3) $19.00
57.5 Granville Island 1370m Bowraville Mdn Plate
Good(4) Dec 26. Just battled home this level at
Bowraville at latest. Could sneak a place at odds.
9. KING OF MONACO (J D Shelton) 5g By Monaco
Consul (NZ) - Roedean (22:0-3-4): Showed pace
when 6½ len 6th of 8 (2) $10.00 56.5 Azarose
2200m Grafton 3yo+ Plate (C1) Good(3) Nov 7.
Jumped awkwardly, eased near 600m, blocked
for a run on straightening when 6¾ len 4th of 14
(4) $3.40F 56.5 Missile Attack 1700m Grafton Mdn
Good(4) Dec 2. Freshened. Coming off a modest run
in same class at Grafton last start. Each-way chance.
10. PLEASURE BOMB (Luke A Thomas) 3f By
Shrapnel - Evening Pleasures (13:0-4-2): Hampered
at start when len 2nd of 5 (3) $2.10F 55.5 Arloarlo
1370m Bowraville Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec 1. Gave
good sight sht hd 2nd of 9 (9) $5.50 55.5 Master
Cramsie 1300m Moree Mdn Plate Soft(5) Dec 15.
Freshened. Prominent and showed plenty of fight at
Moree last outing. Worth including.
11. TRI TRI AGAIN (Grant Marshall) 4m By Casino Prince - Grand Acclaim (4:0-0-0): Jumped
awkwardly when 15½ len last of 10 (7) $101.00
55.0 Danzibar Dancer 1200m Tuncurry 4yo+ Mdn
Good(4) Dec 10. Found rivals too strong 7¾ len last
of 6 (5) $101.00 57.0 Exdream 1200m Coffs Harbour
Mdn Good(4) Dec 27. Needs to improve sharply.
Faces a task.
12. VIA CONDOTTI (B D Bellamy) 3f By Lope De
Vega (IR) - Moonline Dancer (7:0-0-0): Jumped
awkwardly, over-raced middle stages when 3 len
5th of 14 (1) $17.00 55.5 Azarmin 1400m Tuncurry
Mdn Good(4) Dec 10. Overraced early stages, laid
in near 200m when 4½ len 4th of 6 (6) $19.00 55.5
Exdream 1200m Coffs Harbour Mdn Good(4) Dec
27. Went to line only fairly in same company at Coffs
Harbour last time out. Keep safe.
13. ARIZONA BELLE (W T Wilkes) 4m By High
Chaparral (IR) - Danzotto (4:0-0-0): Positioned
midfield when 4¾ len 7th of 9 (3) $11.00 52.0 Eye
Was 1600m Taree Mdn Hcp Good(3) Aug 9. First-up
finished 3¼ len 9th of 13 (6) $31.00 54.0 Belle De
Vega 1300m Taree Mdn Soft(5) Dec 23. Not fancied.
14. MON CHERI (B D Bellamy) 5m By Myboycharlie
(IR) - Love Charm (15:0-3-0): Hampered early stages
when 12¼ len last of 10 (4) $101.00 53.0 Skylaazem
1405m Lismore Mdn Good(3) Dec 21. Safely held
in 5¼ len 6th of 7 (7) $15.00 54.0 Granville Island
1370m Bowraville Mdn Plate Good(4) Dec 26. Struggling to make an impression. Wide alley is a concern.
Rough chance for minors.
15. ASH EMBER (John Booker) 4g By Chinese Dragon (US) - Variana (4:0-0-0): No match when 11½
len 4th of 5 (1) $9.00 59.0 Anakyn Daraxes 1000m
Bowraville Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec 1. Well beaten
12¾ len last of 4 (4) $8.00 57.5 Achilles Pride 1240m
Wauchope Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec 26. Yet to show
any competitive form. Not keen.
RACE 7
5.50
(1450m)
1. COOL PRINCE (J D Shelton) 6g By Casino Prince
- Cool As Oh (30:5-4-4): Blocked for a run in straight
when 1½ len 5th of 11 (1) $6.00 57.0 Deep Blue
Sea 1605m Ballina (Bm66) Soft(5) Dec 7. Eased at
start when ½ len win of 10 (6) $6.00 56.5 Spirit Of
Husson, Achi Baba 1600m Coffs Harbour (Bm66)
Good(4) Dec 27. Honest customer. Led and repelled
challengers to score this grade at Coffs Harbour at
latest. Good draw. Looks one of the main chances.
2. LIPPY AND PEARLS (R T Dawson) 6m By Shellscrape - Little Lippy (37:5-6-5): On return from break
finished nk, 3¼ len 3rd of 7 (1) $9.50 59.0 I Am Awesome, Latin Light 1400m Tuncurry (Bm66) Good(4)
Dec 10. Wide throughout when 12½ len 9th of 10
(5) $12.00 59.0 Cool Prince 1600m Coffs Harbour
(Bm66) Good(4) Dec 27. Can figure.
3. I’VE GOT THIS (T V Green) 5g By Starcraft (NZ)
- Merlene De Lago (32:5-4-4): Posted 1¼ len win of
14 (14) $21.00 57.0 Lady Solerno, Chantilly Chateau
1600m Coffs Harbour (Bm58) Good(4) Dec 13. Settled midfield when ½ len 2nd of 12 (1) $3.60 52.5
Scotty Be Gotti 1600m Taree XXXX Gold Soft(5) Dec
17. Handy galloper. Right in the thick of it at Taree
last outing. Rates highly.
4. POWER RECEIVER (A Parramore) 10g By Power
Of Destiny - Aringarosa (112:13-14-13): Hampered
near 100m when 3¼ len 8th of 13 (2) $15.00 61.5
Teo Torriate 1255m Ballina (Bm58) Soft(5) Dec 7.
Hampered near 200m when 6¾ len last of 9 (8)
$51.00 54.5 De La Hoya 1300m Armidale Open Hcp
Good(4) Dec 18. Average effort at Armidale last time
out. Looking elsewhere.
5. SPINNING QUARTERS (M J Robinson) 6m By
Spinning World (US) - Dream Baby Cash (28:4-3-3):
Resumed with 2¼ len 7th of 9 (9) $101.00 56.5 Silver
Melody 1000m Taree (Bm66) Good(3) Dec 3. Kept
trying 2¼ len 5th of 9 (3) $41.00 56.5 Traumatised
1250m Taree (Bm66) Soft(5) Dec 23. Ran home
respectably at Taree at latest. Strips fitter third-up.
Not the roughest.
6. RISPETTA: SCRATCHED
7. BONCOSTA (B D Bellamy) 6g By Bon Hoffa - Jinx
Johnson (21:3-2-0): First-up finished 6¼ len 11th of
14 (12) $41.00 55.0 Tarbert 1200m Coffs Harbour
(Bm66) Good(4) Dec 13. Not flash in 7½ len 8th of
10 (6) $21.00 55.0 They Call Me Rose 1300m Coffs
Harbour (Bm66) Good(4) Dec 27. Failed to make an
impression this level at Coffs Harbour last outing.
Hard to recommend.
8. CRYSTAL KINGDOM (R N Godbolt) 5g By New
Approach (IR) - Crystal Snip (18:2-1-2): Slowly away
when 4 len 7th of 14 (10) $31.00 59.0 Manning Treasure 1000m Coffs Harbour Plate (C2) Good(4) Dec 13.
Blocked for a run in straight when 3½ len 4th of 8
(3) $7.00 56.5 Vivid Image 1000m Coffs Harbour
Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 27. Battled on fairly at Coffs
Harbour last time out. Each-way chance.
9. KOMACHI FORCE (S G Morton) 5m By Duporth
- Komachi (19:2-1-6): Struck interference at start
when 7¾ len 7th of 12 (9) $8.00 53.5 Tycoon Street
1400m Tuncurry Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 10. Honest
when 2 len, lg nk 3rd of 4 (4) $2.40 58.5 Raining
On Sunday, Sunsout Shirtsoff 1800m Wauchope
(Bm50) Good(3) Dec 26. Handy and boxed on fairly
to fill the minors at short odds at Wauchope at latest. Place appeal only.
10. SMOKEY EYE (G L Woodward) 5g By Zariz Baby Cino (40:3-4-6): Balanced up midfield when
4½ len 7th of 9 (5) $151.00 54.0 De La Hoya 1300m
Armidale Open Hcp Good(4) Dec 18. Gave all for
lg hd 2nd of 5 (4) $4.20 52.5 Giddyup 1210m Port
Macquarie Hcp (C3) Good(4) Jan 1. Kept on determinedly to fill the minors at Port Macquarie last
start. Keep safe.
11. MY BOY LOUIE (A F Ryan) 7g By Wonderful
World - Before Bed (72:7-4-8): Made up late ground
for len, hd 3rd of 11 (5) $6.50 58.0 Kota Flyer, Conquers All 1200m Murwillumbah (Bm50) Good(3)
Dec 14. Rider - didn’t handle going, hampered near
600m, poor post-race recovery when 7½ len 5th
of 7 (6) $3.10 57.5 Field Helmet 1370m Bowraville
(Bm45) Good(4) Dec 26. Can figure.
12. WAIHEKE ISLAND (Ms J Lynch) 6g By Magic
Albert - Savanna Pride (31:2-2-3): Checked at start
when 10¼ len 9th of 12 (8) $26.00 54.0 Tycoon
Street 1400m Tuncurry Hcp (C2) Good(4) Dec 10.
Positioned midfield when 9½ len last of 10 (2)
$26.00 53.0 They Call Me Rose 1300m Coffs Harbour (Bm66) Good(4) Dec 27. Was safely held at
Coffs Harbour last time out. Prefer others.
32 RACING
THE FILES
MONDAY JANUARY 7 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
TABFORM
»Daily Double: Races 5 and 7
»Quaddie: 4, 5, 6, 7
»Early Quaddie: 1, 2, 3, 4
»Rail: True
»Track: Good (3)
»TAB First 4: All races
LEGEND
t won at track. c won this distance at the track. d won this distance another track. w won in wet.
b beaten favourite. o not in first nine. s spell at least three months. h home track. p pulled up.
l lost rider. n won at night. Ⓑ eligible for BOBS bonus.
RACE 1 Raine&Horne Sth West Rocks Plate
1.
2.
FORM
1
P4
2
3 06s3
4 536s5
5 62224
6 7044
7 806s8
8 84603
9 3s502
3.
4.
5.
HORSE
DRAW
DISPENSATION
3
DA POWER Ⓑ
7
FAMILY VALUES
6
PULLMAN BROWN Ⓑ
2
CORTESTA b Ⓑ
8
ASH EMBER h
4
AUSBRED TRUMP h
9
BYCROMAC
5
LET ME GUESS
1
6.
7.
8.
TRAINER
J D Shelton
K A Lees
Jason Reilly
W T Wilkes
D Lane
John Booker
Ms J Lynch
R N Godbolt
R T Dawson
EQ1
9.
JOCKEY
K Matheson
D Mc Lellan
Ms O Pickering (a2)
A Gibbons
S Lisnyy
B Cray
Ms B Stower
T Treichel
A Chau
WGT
59
58
56.5
56.5
56
55.5
55.5
55.5
55.5
$4.40
*2.80
8.50
8.50
6.00
67.00
34.00
26.00
6.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Dispensation slowly away LIS Dec 21. 3. Family Values saddle slipped,
laid in throughout BAL Dec 26. 8. Bycromac struck interference at start BRW Dec 26. 9. Let Me
Guess jumped awkwardly COH Dec 27.
RACE 2 Kemspey Macleay Motors Plate
1000m 2.30
Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
EQ2
races today
TAB CODE: CR
on SKY1, SKY Thoroughbred Central
Ray Thomas
Simon Thomas
Shayne O’Cass
Adam Sherry
Steve Zammit
1
5 xxCORTESTA
3 Family Values
9 Let Me Guess
2 Da Power
1 DISPENSATION
5 Cortesta
2 Da Power
3 Family Values
5 CORTESTA
9 Let Me Guess
4 Pullman Brown
2 Da Power
5 CORTESTA
9 Let Me Guess
4 Pullman Brown
8 Bycromac
3 FAMILY VALUES
1 Dispensation
5 Cortesta
8 Bycromac
2
4 LIGHTSONTHEHARBOUR
5 Military Bay
9 Delayed Response
1 Dark Comedy
4 LIGHTSONTHEHARBOUR
9 Delayed Response
1 Dark Comedy
5 Military Bay
9 DELAYED RESPONSE
8 Jillerette
4 Lightsontheharbour
5 Military Bay
5 MILITARY BAY
9 Delayed Response
4 Lightsontheharbour
1 Dark Comedy
5 xxxMILITARY BAY
4 Lightsontheharbour
1 Dark Comedy
7 Day Star
3
1 xxxDREAMY BELLE
5 Risaldar
9 Royal Duke
3 Outsmartem
1 xDREAMY BELLE
3 Outsmartem
5 Risaldar
7 Fair Dinkum
1 xxxDREAMY BELLE
5 Risaldar
4 Plectrum
7 Fair Dinkum
1 xDREAMY BELLE
5 Risaldar
4 Plectrum
3 Outsmartem
1 DREAMY BELLE
4 Plectrum
5 Risaldar
9 Royal Duke
4
3 PICKELHAUBE
5 Chosen Prince
2 Another Larga
6 Scotty Be Gotti
3 xxxPICKELHAUBE
1 Backhouse Billy
2 Another Larga
4 Kasharn
3 xxPICKELHAUBE
5 Chosen Prince
6 Scotty Be Gotti
8 Chantilly Chateau
3 PICKELHAUBE
5 Chosen Prince
8 Chantilly Chateau
2 Another Larga
1 BACKHOUSE BILLY
5 Chosen Prince
3 Pickelhaube
6 Scotty Be Gotti
5
10 xEL CASCO
7 Miss Hanson
3 Steppin’ Out
4 Sunsout Shirtsoff
1 SCKAM
3 Steppin’ Out
10 El Casco
5 Aristocratic
10 xEL CASCO
9 Charlie Jack
1 Sckam
2 Something Unknown
4 xxSUNSOUT SHIRTSOFF
1 Sckam
10 El Casco
3 Steppin’ Out
4 xxSUNSOUT SHIRTSOFF
6 Arloarlo
3 Steppin’ Out
1 Sckam
6
4 TRUST IN CASH
7 Eurogem
10 Pleasure Bomb
5 Contract
4 xxTRUST IN CASH
7 Eurogem
10 Pleasure Bomb
1 Captain Tom
4 TRUST IN CASH
7 Eurogem
9 King Of Monaco
8 Frosty Olaf
7 EUROGEM
4 Trust In Cash
10 Pleasure Bomb
9 King Of Monaco
5 CONTRACT
7 Eurogem
6 Dr Mayhem
10 Pleasure Bomb
7
1 COOL PRINCE
9 Komachi Force
3 I’ve Got This
5 Spinning Quarters
1 COOL PRINCE
3 I’ve Got This
11 My Boy Louie
2 Lippy And Pearls
1 COOL PRINCE
5 Spinning Quarters
3 I’ve Got This
10 Smokey Eye
1 xxxCOOL PRINCE
3 I’ve Got This
9 Komachi Force
5 Spinning Quarters
1 xCOOL PRINCE
3 I’ve Got This
9 Komachi Force
2 Lippy And Pearls
1250m 1.55
Maiden SW. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
Kempsey
6.
RACE 4 West Kempsey Hotel
1.
FORM
1 s30s5
2
3 7489s
4 94s4
5 80s3
6
8
7 476s9
8
9
9
10
49
11
0
HORSE
DRAW
DARK COMEDY
4
GRIGIO
5
MAXBUX h
3
LIGHTSONTHEHARBOUR Ⓑ 10
MILITARY BAY
6
SPANISH MISSILE Ⓑ
7
DAY STAR
1
JILLERETTE
9
DELAYED RESPONSE Ⓑ 2
NZURI MWALI Ⓑ
11
PRINCESS CASINO
8
TRAINER
P J Evans
P Cheers
B J Ratcliff
R N Godbolt
Mark Schmetzer
Luke A Thomas
D Lane
J D Shelton
P A Smith
K A Lees
H P Ball
JOCKEY
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
A Chau
S Lisnyy
T Treichel
B Looker
SCRATCHED
D Mc Lellan
C Franklin
R Spokes
SCRATCHED
L Rolls
WGT
59
59
59
57.5
57.5
57.5
57
57
55.5
55.5
55.5
6.00
19.00
7.00
5.00
6.00
—
41.00
11.00
*2.60
—
81.00
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Dark Comedy rider told to use more vigour COH Dec 27. 4. Lightsontheharbour shifted out in straight COH Dec 27. 11. Princess Casino struck interference at start COH
Dec 27.
RACE 3 Akubra Hats Handicap
2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3.
4.
5.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
50s52 DREAMY BELLE d
3
0007s ROGUE MISSILE h
1
046s6 OUTSMARTEM dw
6
913s7 PLECTRUM d
8
2234s RISALDAR w
2
01005tBACHELOR th
4
13667 FAIR DINKUM dwb
10
s2640sBEARLY THINKING
7
30992 ROYAL DUKE c
9
08s58 DENMAN QUALITY h
5
6.
7.
TRAINER
K A Lees
D & R Simonetta
R N Godbolt
P A Smith
Sally Taylor
B J Ratcliff
M R Stitt
G C Kilner
M J Robinson
Jessica McCusker
8.
9.
5.
FORM HORSE
DRAW
36000 BACKHOUSE BILLY w
3
88207 ANOTHER LARGA dw
7
7s433sPICKELHAUBE w
1
s8095 KASHARN dwn
9
54212 CHOSEN PRINCE w
8
76218 SCOTTY BE GOTTI w Ⓑ 5
176s0 LOBBAN DYNAMITE w 4
s5535 CHANTILLY CHATEAU w 2
00s09 KILMARNOCK w
6
6.
7.
8.
TRAINER
Ms J Graham
D Lane
K A Lees
D D Schmidt
D I Atkins
D G Callaughan
R J Barnes
Jason Reilly
Ms L Selby
9.
JOCKEY
K Matheson
B Looker
A Gibbons
L Rolls
D Mc Lellan
Ms L Day (a1.5)
Ms B Hodder
B Cray
WGT
61
59.5
59
57.5
57
56.5
55.5
54
54
6.50
6.50
*2.60
9.00
4.80
9.00
21.00
14.00
67.00
1900m 4.30
Class 1 SW. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS&BOBS Extra Bonus available: $5,625. Apprentices can claim.
WGT
61.5
59.5
58
58
57.5
57
57
54
54
54
*2.80
17.00
6.50
6.50
12.00
26.00
4.60
9.00
12.00
67.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Dreamy Belle slowly away, laid in on straightening NEW Dec 22. 4. Plectrum struck interference near 600m, lacerations COH Dec 27. 8. Bearly Thinking rider charged with
careless riding COH Dec 27.
GEAR CHANGES
RACE 1: (1) Dispensation winkers on first time; (2) Da Power blinkers on
first time; (3) Family Values ear muffs pre-race only on first time; (6) Ash
Ember blinkers off first time
RACE 2: (1) Dark Comedy, (8) Jillerette blinkers on first time; (7) Day Star
ear muffs pre-race only on first time
RACE 3: (2) Rogue Missile tongue-tie on again; (3) Outsmartem concussion plates front on first time, pads front off first time; (6) Bachelor blinkers
on first time
RACE 4: (1) Backhouse Billy blinkers on again; (2) Another Larga blinkers
off again; (7) Lobban Dynamite pacifiers on first time, synthetic hoof filler
off first time
RACE 5: (8) Blind Love blinkers off again
RACE 6: (3) Red Intuition, (15) Ash Ember blinkers off first time
RACE 7: (2) Lippy And Pearls off-side bubble cheeker off first time, lugging
bit off first time, tongue control and lugging bit on first time; (4) Power
Receiver concussion plates front on again; (8) Crystal Kingdom pads hind
off first time
TRACK DATA
CIRCUMFERENCE: 1580m. STRAIGHT: 300m. DIRECTION: Clockwise. LEADING JOCKEY (with rides): P Graham (6 wins past 12 mths). LEADING TRAINER
(with runners): Colt Prosser (7 wins past 12 mths). FAVS RECORD (past 3 yrs):
28.08% Win 39.73% place. BEST BARRIER (past 3 yrs): 1500m (6)-9wins.
TRAINER CHANGES: R1 (5) was trained by G Portelli now D Lane. R2 (3) was
trained by Henry Dwyer now B J Ratcliff. R3 (2) was trained by R T Leemon
now D & R Simonetta. R6 (3) was trained by Steven O’Dea now H R Dew.
Note: Greyhound meetings can be found in
Daily Telegraph sport
4.
EQ3 RACE 5 Freshwater Grill @ Kem. RSL Plate
10.
JOCKEY
A Gibbons
B Looker
Ms M Partridge (a1.5)
R Spokes
Ms B Stower
S Lisnyy
L Rolls
Ms L Kilner (a1.5)
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
Ms B Hodder
3.
EQ4
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Backhouse Billy jumped awkwardly EAF Dec 22. 3. Pickelhaube slowly
away NEW Dec 26. 4. Kasharn checked early stages ARM Dec 18. 5. Chosen Prince blocked for run
on straightening NEW Dec 22. 6. Scotty Be Gotti overraced early, middle stages NEW Dec 26. 7. Lobban Dynamite lame after race NEW Dec 8. 8. Chantilly Chateau vetted - no abnormalities COH Dec
27. 9. Kilmarnock slowly away GUH Dec 8.
1000m 3.10
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.
1900m 3.50
Benchmark 72. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS&BOBS Extra Bonus available: $5,625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
RACE 6 XXXX Gold Handicap
1450m 5.10
Maiden. 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.
6.
7.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
FORM
566
995
7s06
47s53
s9s63
867s2
2s444
77084
54464
42822
6806
66454
13 707s9
14 27006
15 7044
HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
CAPTAIN TOM
7 R N Godbolt
FLEWSHOT
6 B J Ryan
RED INTUITION h
14 H R Dew
TRUST IN CASH
12 B J Dodson
CONTRACT Ⓑ
10 Mark Schmetzer
DR MAYHEM h
9 V B Jones
EUROGEM Ⓑ
1 Ms J Graham
FROSTY OLAF Ⓑ
3 P Cheers
KING OF MONACO b
5 J D Shelton
PLEASURE BOMB Ⓑ
15 Luke A Thomas
TRI TRI AGAIN
11 Grant Marshall
VIA CONDOTTI Ⓑ
2 B D Bellamy
Emergencies: (in order)
ARIZONA BELLE
4 W T Wilkes
MON CHERI
13 B D Bellamy
ASH EMBER h
8 John Booker
8.
JOCKEY
Ms M Partridge (a1.5)
K Matheson
L Rolls
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
B Looker
P Graham
Ms C Graham (a1.5)
A Chau
C Franklin
Ms B Stower
M Bennett
R Spokes
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Captain Tom slowly away TAE Dec 23. 3. Red Intuition slowly away SUN
Dec 14. 8. Frosty Olaf hung out on straightening BRW Dec 26. 9. King Of Monaco jumped awkwardly, eased near 600m, blocked for run on straightening GRA Dec 2. 12. Via Condotti overraced
early stages, laid in near 200m COH Dec 27.
JOCKEY
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
C Franklin
Ms J Worley
Ms B Hodder
R Spokes
P Graham
T Treichel
B Cray
L Rolls
Ms C Graham (a1.5)
Ms O Pickering (a2)
SCRATCHED
WGT
59
59
59
59
57
57
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
55
5.00
14.00
11.00
*4.00
11.00
14.00
14.00
18.00
6.00
5.50
18.00
—
A Chau
K Matheson
59
59
59
56.5
26.00
67.00
67.00
67.00
Ms K Stanley
STEWARDS REPORT: 2. Something Unknown overraced early stages POM Jan 1. 6. Arloarlo
slowly away BRW Dec 26. 8. Blind Love laid in throughout, poor post-race recovery BRW Dec 26.
11. Heaventomurgatroyd hampered at start LIS Dec 29. 12. Saganaki checked near 400m TAE Dec
17. 16. Tyrion’s Crown struck interference at start BRW Dec 26.
Note: © 2019 Racing NSW (and other parties working with it). NSW racing fields and form are
subject to copyright which is owned by Racing NSW and other parties working with it.
KEMPSEY
COMMENT
RACE 1
1.55
(1250m)
1. DISPENSATION (J D Shelton) 4g By Statue Of
Liberty (US) - Miss Theron (NZ) (2:0-0-0): Bucked
at start, trial to steward’s satisfaction when failed
to finish of 14 (10) $6.50 59.0 Complete Faith
1100m Grafton Mdn Soft(5) Nov 19. Slowly away
when 2 len 4th of 8 (8) $12.00 59.0 Casino At
Marino 1205m Lismore E&G Mdn Good(3) Dec 21.
Wasn’t all that far away at Lismore at latest. Drawn
well. Right in this.
2. DA POWER (K A Lees) 3g By Lope De Vega (IR)
- Mosse Diva (0:0-0-0): First start. Prepared for debut with 7½ len last Groovester 1000m Wyong barrier trial (Mdn) Soft(5) Dec 3. Trials: (4:0-0-0). From
leading stable. Bears close watching.
6.50
21.00
67.00
*3.70
10.00
16.00
6.50
16.00
10.00
6.50
67.00
12.00
56.5 21.00
56.5 16.00
56.5 101.00
RACE 7 Kempsey Macleay RSL
FORM HORSE
DRAW TRAINER
57042 SCKAM w
5 A F Ryan
06834 SOMETHING UNKNOWN 8 G L Woodward
77372 STEPPIN’ OUT
15 A Parramore
18s02 SUNSOUT SHIRTSOFF c 6 Colt Prosser
86853 ARISTOCRATIC
7 B D Bellamy
87514 ARLOARLO
10 G Prosser
06203 MISS HANSON d
1 G L Woodward
62607sBLIND LOVE b
11 Ms L Selby
53s87 CHARLIE JACK
16 R N Godbolt
85423sEL CASCO
2 M R Stitt
83866sHEAVENTOMURGATROYD Ⓑ 9 Ms J Hardy
6s537sSAGANAKI b
13 K A Lees
Emergencies: (in order)
7s004 STAR BID h Ⓑ
3 V B Jones
00009 SUPER BONUS
4 Tess Wilkes
s5564tPRIMAL TOUCH d
14 Paul Grills
s4705sTYRION’S CROWN
12 Kevin King
WGT
59
57.5
57
57
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
56.5
3. FAMILY VALUES (Jason Reilly) 6g By Onemorenomore - Subtle Cove (3:0-0-1): Safely held in 10¾
len last of 6 (3) $6.50 59.0 Conquering Kate 1650m
Wauchope Mdn Plate Good(4) May 26. Saddle
slipped, laid in throughout when sht ½ hd, len 3rd
of 10 (2) $31.00 57.0 Smooth Factor, We’re All Ears
1310m Ballina Mdn Plate Good(4) Dec 26. On pace
and boxed on to fill the minors at long odds at Ballina first-up. Strips fitter. Each-way chance.
4. PULLMAN BROWN (W T Wilkes) 3g By Big
Brown (US) - Miss Fascinator (4:0-0-1): Took up a
handy position in 4½ len 6th of 12 (9) $5.50 54.5
Asudem 1257m Taree Mdn Plate Soft(7) July 1.
Resumed with 4½ len 5th of 7 (4) $6.00 57.0 Syd’s
Footprints 1000m Taree Mdn Soft(5) Dec 23. Went
to line only fairly in same class at Taree first-up. Fitter. Good draw. Keep safe.
5. CORTESTA (D Lane) 3f By Testa Rossa - Cortado
(14:0-3-2): Settled handy when 1½ len 2nd of 12 (10)
$4.80 55.5 Narrow Neck Nelson 1280m Orange Mdn
Soft(5) Nov 23. Settled midfield when 1½ len 4th of
9 (1) $3.00F 56.0 Supreme Gem 1280m Orange Mdn
Hcp Good(3) Dec 17. Formerly with G Portelli. Racing
well. Gave good account at Orange last start. Can’t
be taken lightly.
1450m 5.50
Benchmark 66. Prizemoney: $22,000; 1st $11,200; 2nd $3900; 3rd $2100; 4th $1100; 5th $720.
BOBS Bonus Available Up To $9625. Apprentices can claim.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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3
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
FORM
31551
08s39
06412
59789
34s75
18073
90s08
61974
s8173
72072
75835
s8190
HORSE
DRAW
COOL PRINCE dw
1
LIPPY AND PEARLS cw 5
I’VE GOT THIS wh
9
POWER RECEIVER cdw 7
SPINNING QUARTERS dw 10
RISPETTA c
12
BONCOSTA
4
CRYSTAL KINGDOM w
3
KOMACHI FORCE w
6
SMOKEY EYE tw
11
MY BOY LOUIE cw
8
WAIHEKE ISLAND h
2
TRAINER
J D Shelton
R T Dawson
T V Green
A Parramore
M J Robinson
B D Bellamy
B D Bellamy
R N Godbolt
S G Morton
G L Woodward
A F Ryan
Ms J Lynch
JOCKEY
B Looker
A Chau
Ms C Graham (a1.5)
P Graham
K Matheson
SCRATCHED
R Spokes
T Treichel
Ms B Hodder
D Mc Lellan
K Wilson-Taylor (a3)
Ms B Stower
WGT
58.5
58
57.5
56.5
56
54.5
54
54
54
54
54
54
*3.20
11.00
5.00
41.00
9.00
—
41.00
11.00
17.00
11.00
11.00
26.00
STEWARDS REPORT: 1. Cool Prince eased at start COH Dec 27. 2. Lippy And Pearls wide throughout COH Dec 27. 4. Power Receiver hampered near 200m ARM Dec 18. 6. Rispetta blundered at
start COH Dec 27. 8. Crystal Kingdom blocked for run in straight COH Dec 27. 11. My Boy Louie rider
- didn’t handle going, hampered near 600m, poor post-race recovery BRW Dec 26.
6. ASH EMBER (John Booker) 4g By Chinese
Dragon (US) - Variana (4:0-0-0): No match when
11½ len 4th of 5 (1) $9.00 59.0 Anakyn Daraxes
1000m Bowraville Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec 1. Well
beaten 12¾ len last of 4 (4) $8.00 57.5 Achilles
Pride 1240m Wauchope Mdn Plate Good(3) Dec
26. Failed to trouble the judge in 4 career runs.
Faces a task.
7. AUSBRED TRUMP (Ms J Lynch) 4g By All American - Egerszegi (8:0-0-0): Took up the running when
4½ len 6th of 9 (2) $31.00 54.0 Eye Was 1600m
Taree Mdn Hcp Good(3) Aug 9. First-up finished 12¼
len 8th of 9 (7) $101.00 55.0 Bullseye Score 1000m
Taree E&G Mdn Good(3) Dec 3. Freshened. Failed to
make an impression in same company at Taree firstup. Not fancied.
8. BYCROMAC (R N Godbolt) 4g By Strada - Princess Canny (8:0-0-1): Slowly away when 6¼ len 12th
of 13 (9) $51.00 54.0 Belle De Vega 1300m Taree
Mdn Soft(5) Dec 23. Struck interference at start
when 1½ len, sht ½ hd 3rd of 7 (5) $4.80 59.0 Granville Island, Bon Bon 1370m Bowraville Mdn Plate
Good(4) Dec 26. Not keen.
9. LET ME GUESS (R T Dawson) 5m By Zaha (CA)
- I Have Issues (11:0-2-3): Hung in on straightening,
blocked for a run near 200m when 9¼ len 13th of
14 (11) $3.50F 57.0 Azarmin 1400m Tuncurry Mdn
Good(4) Dec 10. Jumped awkwardly when 2 len 2nd
of 6 (3) $10.00 57.0 Exdream 1200m Coffs Harbour
Mdn Good(4) Dec 27. Ran on well to place at Coffs
Harbour last time out. Well placed from the perfect
draw. Worth some thought.
RACE 2
2.30
(1000m)
1. DARK COMEDY (P J Evans) 4g By Longhorn - Ms
Mickdandee (NZ) (5:0-0-1): Blocked for a run near
200m when 9½ len 12th of 13 (13) $26.00 59.0 River
Of Love 1200m Lismore 4yo+ Mdn Good(4) Aug 14.
Rider told to use more vigour when 2¾ len 5th of 10
(9) $26.00 59.0 Bolghari 800m Coffs Harbour E&G
Mdn Good(4) Dec 27. Far from disgraced at Coffs
Harbour first-up. Will only be fitter. Nice gate. Can
figure.
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‘We saved a house deposit in two years’
SOPHIE ELSWORTH
CHLOE Beer and her partner
David Tong, both 26, were so
determined to buy a house
they packed up their rental
and sold everything they had.
For two years they lived out
of suitcases, escaping having
to any pay rent and utilities.
Instead, they hopped
between dozens of different
properties as house-sitters,
caring for other people’s
homes and pets.
“We did 32 house-sits with
only one or two nights in
between in two years,”
Ms Beer said. “You have to
drop everything, put your
entire life on hold and sell
everything that you have and
make it a business.”
Ms Beer said they managed
to save a 10 per cent deposit
and bought a two-bedroom
apartment in August last year.
ME Bank head of home
loans Andrew Bartolo said
many first-home buyers were
trying desperately to save
deposits, but could often be set
back by trying to juggle paying
rent and saving.
“One of the best ways to
close the deposit gap is by
tracking savings and sticking
to a budget,” he said.
“As well as helping you
save the deposit, spending
tracking and budgeting gives
you clarity about your
minimum monthly expenses
and can help you demonstrate
your ability to service a loan to
a lender.”
The latest Australian
Bureau of Statistics data
shows first-home buyer
figures hit a six-year high in
October, climbing to 18.1 per
cent of all buyers.
This is up from a decade
average of 17.7 per cent.
Meet the
2019 tax
changes
head on
ANTHONY KEANE
A BARRAGE of tax changes set
to be announced this year
should not deter Australians
from trying to move their
finances forward.
Uncertainty around the
federal election and Labor’s
plan to lift taxes for investors
and retirees have worried many
people, but money and tax
specialists say retreating into a
shell while it all plays out could
be costly.
Labor wants to end negative
gearing for new property
purchases, abolish franking
credit refunds for many
retirees and super funds, and
halve the capital gains tax
discount from 50 to 25 per cent
for future investments.
The Coalition is making tax
a battleground for the election
by foreshadowing its own tax
cuts. But a Labor Party armed
with billions of extra dollars
from its new tax haul is also
likely to throw up some big
sweeteners.
Dixon Advisory managing
director Nerida Cole said
change could seem confusing
but people should maximise
their tax incentives and super
contributions every year.
‘We did 32
house-sits with
only one or two
nights in between
in two years’
Chloe Beer
House-sitting website
Mindahome.com.au’s cofounder, Sue Coombs, said it
had thousands of members on
its database, many of whom
house-sat to try to fast-track
their ability to save for big
purchases such as property.
“If you are prepared to
work hard, be flexible and
have somewhere to go
between your house-sits, you
can save $20,000 or $30,000
quite easily over a couple of
years,” she said.
“Travel light so you can
easily move between place
to place.”
Ms Coombs said about
40 per cent of Mindahome’s
users were aged between 18
and 35, while some retirees
did it to save for a holiday.
SITTING PRETTY: Chloe Beer and David Tong house-sat for two years to save a deposit for their first home. Picture: Ian Currie
Ward off ill effects of
health cover overhaul
Find out how your hospital insurance
will be hit by big changes this year, and
how to save, writes Sophie Elsworth
HEALTH insurance members
will have their hospital cover
reclassified this year as part of
one of the biggest shake-ups the
industry has seen.
Many hospital policies will
be simplified and classified into
four categories – gold, silver,
bronze and basic – from April 1,
when annual premium price
changes kick in.
NIB chief executive Mark
Fitzgibbon said it would finally
allow consumers “to compare
apples with apples”.
“Under your policy, if you are
covered for eye surgery, it won’t
matter what kind of surgery it
is,” he said. “Minor or major, if
it’s eye surgery, it’s eye surgery.”
Previously, items falling
under hospital cover, such as
eye surgery, would be classified
into subsections, including
minor and major surgery.
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This made it confusing for
members to understand what
they would be covered for.
Hospital cover allows
patients to choose their own
doctor and decide if they want
to be treated in a private or
public hospital.
Latest Australian Prudential
and Regulation Authority data
shows that in the September
quarter, 11.2 million Australians
had hospital cover – the
equivalent of 44.9 per cent of
the population.
Medibank chief customer
officer David Koczkar said it
would be contacting many
customers to discuss changes to
their cover and the impact.
“These new categories are
the building blocks for hospital
health cover, designed to drive
consistency and transparency
across the industry and make it
Examining the differences
● Hospital cover will be
classified into gold, silver,
bronze and basic cover from
April 1. Extras cover will not
be reclassified.
● Minimum standards must
be met for hospital cover to
be reclassified.
● Funds have until April 1, 2020
to reclassify hospital cover.
easier to compare,” he said.
“Insurers will be able to offer
additional coverage above the
minimum requirements in basic
plus, bronze plus and silver plus
product tiers.”
Another change this year is
the rollout of higher excess
costs if customers choose
them, to allow their premiums
to be reduced.
From April 1, singles can opt
for a hospital cover excess up to
$750 – previously it was $500.
Families can choose excesses as
high as $1500 – up from $1000.
Health comparison site
iSelect’s analysis found singles
could save up to $200 a year and
families up to $350 a year.
Spokeswoman Laura
Crowden said the health system
overhauls were designed “to
make it easier for customers to
compare policies”.
“The reforms should make
private health insurance more
affordable for many Australians
but some customers may need
to pay more for an increased
level of cover to keep certain
benefits,” she said.
● Policy costs will increase on
average by 3.25 per cent from
April 1.
● Customers can increase their
excess charges further to lower
premium costs from April 1.
● Australians aged 18-29 will
receive policy discounts of
up to 10 per cent on their
hospital cover.
“But in the short term it will
be incredibly confusing for
customers as their insurer may
change the name of their
policy or move them on to new
policy with different inclusions
and exclusions.”
Figures from iSelect show
the average 2018 annual
premium costs – with no rebate
applied – was $3448 for families
and $1925 for singles.
Younger Australians aged
under 30 can get discounts from
April 1 of up to 10 per cent off
their cover.
BIG PICTURE: Nerida Cole
says people should maximise
tax incentives.
“Don’t miss out on what you
can do now,” she said.
“It’s worth people thinking
not just about what they are
planning to do this year, but
what they think they’re going
to be doing in the next couple
of years.
“It could be worth bringing
forward a strategy to get it into
this year.”
This could include putting
extra money into super, or
buying investments such as
property and shares before
Labor’s plan to weaken capital
gains tax discounts kicks in.
NDA Law managing
director Andrea Michaels said
the planned changes would
only apply to future
investments, and it was worth
understanding how they might
affect your personal situation.
“We don’t know what the
final version of any of these
policies will look like when they
get through parliament,” she
said. “Know which issues are
applying to you and get your
head around them now.”
This could include bringing
forward investment property
purchases to avoid the potential
capital gains and negative
gearing overhaul.
“Look at what your portfolio
comprises,” Ms Michaels said.
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Shares tipped
to bounce back
after poor year
Make call that could
save you thousands
ANTHONY KEANE
INVESTORS stung by the
worst year for Aussie shares
since 2011 should expect better
returns in 2019, say advisers
and economists.
Many are forecasting a
sharemarket rise of about 10 per
cent, recovering last year’s
overall fall of 6.9 per cent but
not clawing back all the value
stripped from shares since they
hit 11-year highs in August.
Volatility will continue in
Australia and offshore but there
are a few potential bright spots
for investors.
One of them could be the big
banks, said David Middleton, an
adviser and director at financial
planners MidSec.
“The royal commission
exposed that our banks are not
charities,” he said.
“Bad publicity has seen the
prices of all the banks fall to the
extent that all the likely bad
news – and more – is already in
the price.”
Mr Middleton said another
area for potential growth in
2019 was Asian stocks, which
were usually accessed through
managed funds.
“The drift in economic and
political power from the West to
the East that started over a
decade ago is becoming a
surge,” he said. “China is
probably the most important
country in the world today.”
Chinese shares slumped
25 per cent last year.
Property and infrastructure
companies such as Stockland
Group, Sydney Airport and
SWITCH YOUR
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
If you have a savings
account and a rate of less
than 2 per cent, you’re
certainly not alone.
Savings rates are
appalling and have been
for a long time.
Ask for a better rate,
otherwise be prepared to
switch. Some financial
institutions are offering
rates of up to 3 per cent.
TIME TO ACT: In the wake of last year’s royal commission, now is the best time to ask your bank for a better deal. Picture: Getty Images
SOPHIE
ELSWORTH
TH
H
PERSONAL FINANCE WRITER
YOU’RE probably nursing
a hangover – whether it
is an alcohol-fuelled or a
financial one.
Your waistline may also be
bulging and so too is the
amount of debt you’ve racked
up over Christmas.
We’re already one week
into 2019 so I’m sure as eggs
you’ve broken your new year
resolution if you bothered to
make one. But there’s one
thing I challenge you to do in
the next week and no later:
ring your bank.
They’re probably the last
people you want to speak to
right now but bite the bullet
and pick up the phone.
Let’s face it: the banks are
arriving in the new year up to
their knees in poo.
Their bad behaviour was
highlighted in last year’s
financial services royal
commission for charging fees
for no service, gouging
customers dead or alive and
being plain thieves.
So it’s your chance to
pounce while they’re in the
bad books. Here is why you
must ring you bank.
CREDIT CARDS
These nasty little pieces of
plastic have probably caused a
few heart palpations in recent
weeks, or will do when the
December statement arrives.
It’s time to get real with
yourself. Tell the bank you are
getting rid of your credit card.
You are simply spending
money you don’t have.
Banks love customers who
cannot pay off their cards in
full each month.
If that’s you, look at getting
a balance-transfer deal and
chopping up your card.
HOME LOANS
If you have an owner-occupier
mortgage and are paying a
rate with a “4” in front, you are
being ripped off.
Ring them up, ask to speak
to their home loan retention
team and tell them you want a
better deal.
Make sure you have a quick
look online at other offers
going and hit them with
cheaper options available.
If you talk tough with them
there’s a damn good chance
DEPOSIT WATCH
they’ll sit up and listen and
give you a rate drop.
This could result in you
saving hundreds – if not
thousands – of dollars a year
and you haven’t had to do a
scrap of paperwork.
FEES
Check to see what fees you are
paying on any accounts.
There are dozens of feefree accounts out there, so
why hand over money
unnecessarily?
And this check-up includes
ATM fees.
If your bank is still stinging
you with ATM fees for using
some machines, it’s about time
you moved.
While the big four banks all
offer ATM use for free, some
banks will still sting you for
using certain machines.
BIG GUNS MISFIRE
Many of Australia’s biggest and most
widely held stocks had a shocker in 2018.
Here’s a selection:
● AMP .............plunged 53%
● Telstra ............dived 22%
● NAB .............dropped 19%
● Westpac ............sank 20%
● ANZ ..............tumbled 15%
● Amcor ................. lost 14%
● CBA .......................fell 11%
However, there were
some winners, including:
● A2 Milk..............lifted 40%
● CSL ..............surged 31%
● BHP ........ climbed 16%
● Macquarie Group
..............................rose 9%
BORROWING WATCH
TERM DEPOSIT RATES
Institution
ANZ
Bank Australia
Bank of Queensland
Bankwest
Bendigo Bank
Citi
Commonwealth Bank
CUA
Greater Bank Limited
Heritage Bank
ING
ME
NAB
RaboDirect
St.George
Suncorp Bank
Westpac
Transurban had also become
cheaper and their income yields
were rising, making these
investments “now very
attractive”, Mr Middleton said.
He said investors were
nervous after a disappointing
2018 and disconcerting news
was still around. “Our view is
that the medium-term future
looks good.”
AMP Capital head of
investment strategy Shane
Oliver said volatility was likely
to remain high in 2019.
“But, ultimately, reasonable
global growth and still easy
global monetary policy should
drive stronger overall returns
than in 2018, as investors realise
that recession is not imminent,”
he said, although he warned
global shares could head lower
in the coming months.
“Australian shares are
likely to do okay but with
returns constrained to around
8 per cent with moderate
earnings growth.”
Dr Oliver said shares should
do better than capital city
house prices, which were
expected to fall another 5 per
cent nationally, led lower again
by Sydney and Melbourne.
CommSec chief economist
Craig James forecast a shares
rebound of 10-12 per cent this
year, boosted further by
dividends, as markets recovered
from the fear of late 2018.
However, Rivkin Securities
consultant Adeel Minhas said
several uncertainties still
loomed, including “American
political dynamics, global trade
concerns, and Brexit”.
MORTGAGE RATES
90 days
$10,000
$25,000
1.35
1.35
2.2
2.2
2.4
2.4
2.35
2.35
2
2
2.6
2.6
2
2
2.1
2.1
2.3
2.3
2.35
2.35
2
2
2.6
2.6
2
2
2.3
2.3
2
2
2.2
2.2
2
2
1 year
$10,000
$25,000
1.5
1.5
2.85
2.85
2.65
2.65
2.65
2.65
2.3
2.3
2.45
2.45
2.2
2.2
2.7
2.7
2.6
2.6
2.7
2.7
2.85
2.85
2.8
2.8
2.4
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.45
2.45
2.55
2.55
2.3
2.3
2 years
$10,000
$25,000
1.9
1.9
2.95
2.95
2.75
2.75
2.6
2.6
2.55
2.55
1.98
1.98
2.3
2.3
2.8
2.8
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.9
2.9
2.85
2.85
2.6
2.6
2.7
2.7
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.4
2.4
3 years
$10,000
$25,000
1.85
1.85
3
3
2.85
2.85
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.04
2.04
2.4
2.4
2.8
2.8
3
3
3
3
0
0
3
3
2.7
2.7
2.9
2.9
2.6
2.6
2.55
2.55
2.5
2.5
ONLINE SAVINGS ACCOUNTS (no promotional/introductory rates)
Institution
Product Name
RaboDirect
RaboDirect Notice Saver 90
MOVE - People Driven Banking
Express Saver (S50)
AMP
AMP Saver Account
Easy Street Financial Services
EasySavings
Qudos Bank
Qsaver
UBank
USaver
Asgard
eCASH
Auswide Bank
Online Saver Account
Rates current as at December 2018. Source: infochoice.com.au
Rate
$5,000
2.7
2.2
2.1
2
2
1.81
1.8
1.75
Rate
$10,000
2.7
2.2
2.1
2
2
1.81
1.8
1.75
Cheque
Deposit
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Cheque
Withdrawal
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Direct
Credit
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Direct
Debit
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Institution
Bank of Sydney
Greater Bank
homeloanHQ
Adelaide Bank
Endeavour Mutual Bank
Aussie
CUA
BOQ
Bank Australia
ING
Heritage Bank
Commonwealth Bank
NAB
ANZ
Westpac
Auswide Bank
Bendigo Bank
Basic
rate
4.45
4.16
4.32
3.88
4.7
4.64
4.76
3.69
4.71
4.73
-
Intro
rate
3.99v
-
Variable
rate
3.66
3.72
3.8
4.21
4.24
4.25
4.51
4.56
4.82
4.85
5.19
5.22
5.24
5.36
5.38
5.43
5.58
Monthly
Repay
(variable)
$1,273.11
$1,281.25
$1,292.14
$1,348.75
$1,352.95
$1,354.35
$1,391.00
$1,398.11
$1,435.38
$1,439.71
$1,489.28
$1,493.70
$1,496.64
$1,514.39
$1,517.35
$1,524.79
1547.1855
Fixed
rate
1Yr
3.84
3.89
3.79
3.99
3.84
4.09
3.89
3.85
3.89
4.54
3.99
4.24
4.29
4.54
-
2Yr
3.89
3.94
3.89
3.99
3.89
4.19
3.99
3.85
3.79
4.14
3.98
3.9
4.09
4.44
-
3Yr
3.89
4.09
3.99
3.99
3.87
4.39
3.94
3.93
3.85
4.24
4.04
4.14
4.09
4.44
-
5Yr
4.19
4.29
4.7
4.28
4.49
4.44
4.19
4.39
4.74
4.19
4.34
4.29
4.79
-
Home
equity
rate
5.29
4.89
5.56
7.29
5.78
6.44
6.53
6.56
5.98
Total
fees
$0-605
1028.5
495
363
$195-795
$150-645
595
299
750
600
600
600
600
854
LOW RATE CREDIT CARDS (up to 12%)
BPAY
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Institution
Product Name
Bank First
Bank First Visa Classic Credit Card
Community First CU
Community First Low Rate Visa Credit Card
Community First CU
McGrath Pink Visa Credit Card
Bank Australia
Bank Australia Low Rate VISA
Bank First
Bank First Visa Platinum Credit Card
Bank of us
Bank of us Visa Credit Card
SCU
SCU Low Rate Visa Credit Card
Police Bank
Police Bank Visa Credit Card
Rates current as at December 2018. Source: infochoice.com.au
Card
type
Visa
Visa
Visa
Visa
Visa
Visa
Visa
Visa
Interest
rate
0
8.99
8.99
9.39
9.99
9.99
10.49
10.76
Annual
fees
$0
$40
$40
$59
$99
$39
$30
$30
Free
days
55
55
55
0
55
57
55
55
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2.55 It’s Suppertime! (PG) 3.20 PopAsia
TV. (PG) 4.20 Noisey. (PG) 5.10 If You Are
The One. (PG) 6.20 Travel Man. (PG) 6.50
The Crystal Maze. (PG) 7.40 RocKwiz. 8.30
Housos. (MA15+) 9.05 Adam Looking For
Eve VIP. (MA15+) 10.00 The Girlfriend
Experience. 11.00 You’re The Worst.
(MA15+) 11.25 You’re The Worst. (M) 11.50
MOVIE: Ages Of Love. (MA15+) (2011) 2.05
Late Programs.
abc comedy
7mate
9go!
10 peach
sbs food
6.00 Children’s Programs. 3.05 To Be
Advised. 3.30 Children’s Programs. 7.30
Spicks And Specks. (PG) 8.00 Adam Hills: The
Last Leg Down Under. (M) 8.45 The Office.
(PG) 9.30 The Good Place. (M) 9.55 The
Good Place. (PG) 10.35 Idiotsitter. (M) 10.55
30 Rock. (PG) 11.20 Parks And Recreation.
(PG) 11.40 Inside Amy Schumer. (M) 12.05
Reno 911! (M) 12.25 30 Rock. (PG) 12.50
Parks And Recreation. (M) 1.10 Broad City. (M)
1.35 The IT Crowd. (M) 2.20 News Update.
2.25 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Wicked
Tuna. (PG) 1.00 Loose Screws. (PG) 1.30
Rodeo. PBR Australia. 2.00 MXTV. (PG)
2.30 Blokesworld. (PG) 3.00 Inside West
Coast Customs. (PG) 4.00 Bloopers. (PG)
5.00 Doomsday Preppers. (PG) 6.00 Ice
Road Truckers. (PG) 7.00 Storage Wars.
(PG) 7.30 American Restoration. (PG) 8.30
American Pickers. (PG) 9.30 Aussie Pickers.
(PG) 10.30 Pawn Stars Australia. (PG) 11.00
Storage Wars Canada. (M) 11.30 Hardcore
Pawn. (M) 12.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 10.00 Dawson’s
Creek. (PG) 11.00 Friends. (PG) 12.00
Robot Wars. (PG) 1.00 The Middle. (PG)
2.00 Dance Moms. (PG) 3.00 Pokémon.
3.30 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. (PG)
4.00 Gumball. (PG) 4.30 Teen Titans
Go! (PG) 5.00 Clarence. (PG) 5.30 Uncle
Grandpa. (PG) 6.00 Friends. (PG) 7.00 Big
Bang. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE: Billy Madison. (M)
(1995) 10.15 Big Bang. (PG) 11.35 Kevin Can
Wait. (PG) 12.00 Borderline. (MA15+) 12.30
Friends. (PG) 1.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Touched
By An Angel. (PG) 1.00 Charmed. (PG)
2.00 Malcolm. (PG) 3.00 Becker. (PG)
3.30 King Of Queens. (PG) 4.00 Raymond.
(PG) 4.30 Raymond. 5.00 Frasier. (PG)
6.00 Ent. Tonight. 6.30 Neighbours. (PG)
7.00 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 8.00 Two
And A Half Men. (M) 8.30 MOVIE: Lara
Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life. (M)
(2003) 10.50 Sex And The City. (MA15+)
11.30 James Corden. (M) 12.30 Shopping.
1.30 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.35 Destination
Flavour China. 1.05 Food Safari. 1.30 The
Good Cooks. (PG) 2.00 The Good Cooks.
2.30 The Good Cooks. (PG) 3.00 Surfing
The Menu. (PG) 3.30 Food Lab. 4.00 Food
Lover’s Guide. 4.30 Grandma’s Boy. 5.00
Secret Meat Business. 5.30 The Cook And
The Chef. 6.30 Oliver’s Twist. 7.30 Thai
Street Food. 8.30 Donna Hay: Basics To
Brilliance Kids. 9.30 Food Porn. 10.00 The
Cook And The Chef. 11.00 Oliver’s Twist.
12.00 Late Programs.
abc me
7flix
9life
abc news
nitv
6.00 Children’s Programs. 4.10 Massive
Monster Mayhem. (PG) 4.35 Children’s
Programs. 5.35 All Hail King Julien.
(PG) 6.00 Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of
Awesomeness. 6.25 Officially Amazing.
6.55 Horrible Histories. 7.25 The Penguins
Of Madagascar. 7.50 The Fairly OddParents.
8.10 Slugterra. (PG) 8.35 Detentionaire.
8.55 Prisoner Zero. 9.20 Stand And Deliver.
9.35 Rage. (PG) 10.40 Close. 5.00 Molang.
5.05 Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! 5.30
Children’s Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00 Blackish. (PG) 1.30 Once Upon A Time. (PG)
3.30 How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 4.00
Bewitched. 4.30 I Dream Of Jeannie.
5.00 Just Shoot Me! (PG) 6.00 How I Met
Your Mother. (PG) 7.00 Modern Family.
(PG) 8.00 Builders Make You Laugh Out
Loud. (PG) 9.00 MOVIE: Magic Mike XXL.
(MA15+) (2015) 11.30 Blindspot. (M) 12.30
Revenge. (M) 2.30 MOVIE: The Saint In
Palm Springs. (PG) (1941) 4.00 MOVIE:
Marabunta. (PG) (1998)
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Postcards
Summer. (PG) 12.30 Good Bones. (PG)
1.30 Texas Flip And Move. 2.30 House
Hunters Int. 3.00 The Block Sky High. (PG)
4.00 Come Dine With Me UK. (PG) 5.00
Fixer Upper. (PG) 6.00 House Hunters Int.
7.00 House Hunters. 7.30 Botched. (M)
8.30 Tabatha’s Salon Takeover. (M) 10.30
The Real Housewives Of Orange County.
(M) 11.30 The Real Housewives Of Atlanta.
(M) 12.30 House Hunters Int. 1.00 Late
Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 ABC News
At Noon. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons.
5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.30 ABC News.
6.30 Summer Drum. 7.00 ABC National
News. 8.00 ABC News Tonight. 9.30
Summer Drum. 10.00 The World. 10.30
ABC News. 11.30 One Plus One. 12.00
ABC Late News. 12.30 7.30. 1.00 ABC
Late News. 1.30 Summer Drum. 2.00 ABC
News Overnight. 2.15 One Plus One Redux.
2.30 The Breakfast Couch. 3.00 ABC News
Overnight. 3.15 Drum. 4.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.30 Jackie
Robinson. 1.30 Always Have And Always
Will. 2.00 Sivummut. (PG) 2.30 Designing
Africa. 3.00 Children’s Programs. 5.00
Volumz. 6.00 Surviving. (PG) 6.30 Chefs’
Line. 7.00 Our Stories. 7.30 News. 7.35
Breaking A Monster. (M) 9.10 Johnny
Cash’s Bitter Tears Revisited. (PG) 10.10
News. 10.15 MOVIE: Mavis! (PG) (2015)
11.40 Nyami Ngaarlu-Gundi Woman Of
The Water. (PG) 12.10 Red Path. (PG) 12.25
Volumz. (PG)
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.
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Golden Globe Awards
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Encore 7.30pm AEDT
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6.00am Home Again
(Comedy, 2017, M) 7.20
The Wilde Wedding (Comedy, 2017, M) 9.00
2:22 (Sci-Fi, 2017, M) 10.40 Jungle (Adventure,
2017, M) 12.35pm Literally, Right Before Aaron
(Comedy, 2017, M) 2.20 A Family Man (Drama,
2016, M) 4.10 It Comes At Night (Horror,
2017, MA15+) 5.45 Blade Runner 2049 (Sci-Fi,
2017, MA15+) 8.30 Valerian And The City Of A
Thousand Planets (Sci-Fi, 2017, M) 10.50 Star
Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi (Action, 2017,
M) 1.20am Winchester (Horror, 2018, M)
12.35pm
MOVIE: Robin
Williams: Come Inside My Mind (Documentary,
2018, M) 2.40 Girls. (MA15+) 3.50 Boardwalk
Empire. (MA15+) 4.50 Breaking Bad. (MA15+)
5.40 Elementary. (M) 6.30 Outlander. (MA15+)
7.30 Bulletproof. (M) 8.20 Inside The Pacific.
(M) 8.30 Bulletproof. (M) 9.20 Inside Game Of
Thrones. (M) 9.30 Game Of Thrones. (MA15+)
11.30 Room 104. (MA15+) 12.05am Inside The
Wire. (M) 12.30 The Newsroom. (M)
6.00am Batman And
Harley Quinn (Action,
2017, M) 7.20 Air Force One (Action, 1997,
M) 9.30 Takers (Crime, 2010, M) 11.20 The
Transporter (Adventure, 2002, M) 12.55pm
Transporter 2 (Action, 2005, M) 2.30 The
Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Comedy, 2015, M)
4.30 Species (Sci-fi, 1995, MA15+) 6.30 I Am
Number Four (Fantasy, 2011, M) 8.30 Star
Trek Into Darkness (Sci-Fi, 2013, M) 10.45
The Mummy Returns (Adventure, 2001, M)
12.55am Gridiron Gang (Drama, 2006, M)
8.00am The Simpsons.
(PG) 9.00 American Dad!
(M) 10.00 Family Guy.
(MA15+) 11.00 76th Golden Globe Red Carpet.
12.00pm 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
3.05 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line.
(M) 3.30 Futurama. (PG) 4.00 Bob’s Burgers.
(M) 4.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 5.30 American
Dad! (M) 6.30 Family Guy. (MA15+) 7.30 76th
Annual Golden Globe Awards. 10.30 Police
Ten 7. (M) 11.30 Caught On Camera With Nick
Cannon. (M) 12.30am Family Guy. (MA15+)
7.30am The Graham Norton Show.
(M) 8.30 Absolutely Fabulous.
(M) 9.05 Coronation Street. (PG)
10.05 Insert Name Here. (PG) 10.45 Who
Do You Think You Are? (PG) 11.55 New Tricks.
(M) 1.00pm Midsomer Murders. (M) 3.00
Doc Martin. (M) 4.00 Absolutely Fabulous.
(M) 4.35 QI. (M) 5.45 Insert Name Here. (PG)
6.20 Emmerdale. (PG) 7.20 Coronation Street.
(PG) 7.50 EastEnders. 8.30 Inspector George
Gently. (M) 10.30 New Tricks. (M) 11.30 The
Graham Norton Show. (M) 12.25am QI. (M)
8.05am Antiques Road
Trip. 9.00 House Of
Wellness. 10.00 Vet On The Hill. (M) 11.00
Escape To The Chateau: DIY. 12.00pm Escape
To The Country. (PG) 2.00 Antiques Roadshow.
3.10 Antiques Roadtrip. 4.10 Better Homes
And Gardens. 5.30 Escape To The Country.
6.30 Location, Location, Location. 7.30 Grand
Designs. (PG) 8.30 Long Lost Family UK.
(PG) 9.30 Inside The Ambulance. (M) 10.30
Escape To The Country. (PG) 11.30 24 Hours In
Emergency. (M) 12.30am Gogglebox. (M)
12.30pm Murder
Comes To Town. (M)
1.30 Murder Calls. (M) 2.30 Alaskan Bush
People. (PG) 3.30 Deadliest Catch. (PG) 4.30
Shifting Gears With Aaron Kaufman. (PG)
5.30 Fast N’ Loud. (PG) 6.30 Garage Rehab.
(PG) 7.30 Fast N’ Loud. (PG) 8.30 Jay Leno’s
Garage. (PG) 9.30 Shifting Gears With Aaron
Kaufman. (PG) 10.30 World’s Deadliest Drivers.
(M) 11.30 Naked And Afraid. (M) 12.30am
Murder Calls. (M)
6.00am Cricket. Big Bash
League. 6.45 The Cricket
Tragic. 7.15 Fox Cricket Test
Day. 8.15 Cricket 360. 9.00 Cricket AM. 9.30
Cricket Cricket Live On Fox. 10.30 Cricket.
Fourth Test. 12.30pm The Big Break. 1.10
Cricket. Fourth Test. 3.10 Tea For Two. 3.30
Cricket. Fourth Test. 5.45 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
Night Watchmen 11.25 Fox Cricket Test Day.
6.00am NRL Classic Match.
7.00 NRL Classic Match.
8.00 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 Rugby League. NRL. 6.00 The Fan.
7.00 Classic Grand Final. 8.00 Classic Grand
Final. 9.30 The Fan. 10.30 NRL Classic Match.
12.00am NRL Classic Match.
6.00 First Edition.
10.00 Live Now.
12.00 NewsDay.
6.00 Gleeso’s News Talk. 8.00 NewsNight.
1.00 Sky News UK LIVE. 5.00 First Edition.
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As Venus enters Sagittarius today, it brings a sense of freedom and energy to emotions and expressions of love. The adventure of 2019 is now well under way. With Uranus now
direct, there are no retrograde planets holding us back. And, as the partial solar eclipse energy still courses through the heavens, there’s much encouragement to explore and
discover. This is no time to sit and watch expectantly as the show unfolds. Today, we can project the future we want – define our role within it, and start playing our part.
ARIES MAR 21–APR 20
CANCER JUN 23–JUL 23
LIBRA SEP 24–OCT 23
CAPRICORN DEC 22–JAN 20
“So in everything, do to others what you would have
them do to you.” These simple yet beautiful words
of wisdom have echoed down through the centuries.
In a way, Newton was simply running on a theme
when he proved, through scientific theory, that every
action has an equal and opposite reaction. The truth,
then, is that we reap what we sow. As your efforts
and actions, which seem to have been taken for
granted, begin to receive recognition, enjoy the
acknowledgment. You more than deserve it. There’s
great news in your full year ahead prediction.
Call 1902 222 500.
Some folk live with the fear that the world is a
dangerous place that’s out to get them. They view
life as a series of never-ending challenges,
obligations and confrontations – which they hide
from. Other people seem almost to deliberately
place themselves in situations of conflict and
create disagreements when everything could be
peaceful. You can now choose either to keep to
yourself or to raise your head above the parapet
and support a campaign. As Venus changes signs,
listen to your heart. There’s great news in your full
year ahead prediction. Call 1902 222 500.
It’s hard to tell a Libran anything. Well, you can, but
there’s no certainty that they’ll take any notice. So,
you have to adopt a skilful approach. If you tell them
something they can share with other people, they’re
more likely to focus their attention! As Venus
changes signs today, someone has valuable
information they want to share with you. If you find
yourself struggling to listen (or believe them) try to
bear in mind that you have a great deal to gain from
listening with sensitivity. You can let down your
defences. There’s great news in your full year ahead
prediction. Call 1902 222 500.
What should you do? What shouldn’t you do? What
are you capable of? And what’s beyond your
abilities? Actually, the most important question you
need to ask is on what authority are these judgments
being made? Recent events have left you more
convinced than ever that you need a radical change
of approach. But, is this a battle you need to be
fighting? Yes, it is! Your world is crying out for
someone brave enough to stand up and ask why
something is the way it is. There’s no reason that
can’t be you. There’s great news in your full year
ahead prediction. Call 1902 222 500.
TAURUS APR 21 – MAY 21
LEO JUL 24–AUG 23
SCORPIO OCT 24–NOV 22
AQUARIUS JAN 21–FEB 19
Just when you think you know all you need to know,
you realise you have a lot to learn. And, the more you
ponder what it is that you should focus on, the more
focusing you need to do on what you’re thinking
about. Life is confusing! But, a small degree of
uncertainty is a positive thing right now. It’s leading
you into greater awareness and clarity. If, on the other
hand, you’re experiencing a lot of doubt, it suggests
you know exactly what you want to do – you’re just
not sure how you’re going to tell other people. There’s
great news in your full year ahead prediction.
Call 1902 222 500.
Some people think they have all the answers.
It doesn’t matter what is the topic or area of
knowledge, they’re determined to have the final
word and keep talking in an authoritative tone that
simply can’t be questioned. Just to prove their
point, they carry on even when it’s clear that their
argument is ridiculous. They’re so caught up in
themselves that even that won’t stop them. Make
sure you’re listening to the right person today.
Someone, with a quieter voice, has the answer
you’re looking for. There’s great news in your full
year ahead prediction. Call 1902 222 500.
Quantum science takes us into the almost unbelievable,
unquantifiable realms of our universe. The fabric of
our existence seems to get smaller and smaller.
From degrees to minutes, minutes to seconds,
seconds to nanoseconds. We all tend sometimes to
focus on the details of our life in order to ignore the
big issue that needs to be dealt with. As Venus
moves on from your sign, it focuses your energy on
something you’ve been avoiding. Take a look! It’s
much smaller than you think. There’s great news in
your full year ahead prediction. Call 1902 222 500.
There’s something that means the world to you.
Someone you care deeply about, or some factor in
your life that causes your heart to well up with
emotion. You often try to hide the passion you feel
and the strength of this powerful affinity because
you don’t like others to see the extent of your
vulnerability. You even kid yourself about the depths
of your feelings. This is nothing to be ashamed of.
Nor need it ever be a problem. Venus’ change of
signs brings a chance to celebrate your closest
connections. There’s great news in your full year
ahead prediction. Call 1902 222 500.
GEMINI MAY 22–JUN 22
VIRGO AUG 24–SEP 23
SAGITTARIUS NOV 23–DEC 21
PISCES FEB 20–MAR 20
We’re all familiar with the saying that “what goes up
must come down.” Gravity, it seems, does not rest – at
least, not on our planet! And this is as true of emotions
as it is of physical objects. Even if the rest of the
cosmos isn’t quite as straightforward, what good does
that do you? Well, that depends on what else in your
world is “otherworldly”. Aim for the greatest and most
inspiring possibility or opportunity now. That’s the
way to break through a scenario that keeps leaving
you feeling as if you’re stuck. There’s great news in
your full year ahead prediction. Call 1902 222 500.
Across our planet, different parts of the world have
diverse customs. Ideas, habits and expectations,
although perfectly acceptable in one place, seem
very odd in another. Actually, to experience such
rich cultural differences, you don’t have to travel as
far as you might think. Consider the people in your
own world who behave so differently from you.
As Venus changes signs, the planet of love opens a
door into a new world on your doorstep. To enter,
you just need to alter your perspective slightly.
There’s great news in your full year ahead
prediction. Call 1902 222 500.
Perhaps, one day in the future, we’ll be able to timetravel. Yet, time already seems to move at different
speeds in different circumstances. Some days are
never ending, while others shoot past. You’ve been
feeling stuck in a situation that you’re keen to
escape. But, no matter what you try, it just won’t
budge. No wonder you’re feeling the passage of time
so keenly. Today, as Venus arrives in your sign, the
burden starts to shift. Open your mind to new
experiences and you’ll soon feel revitalised. There’s
great news in your full year ahead prediction.
Call 1902 222 500.
The mood to create something often comes at the
least opportune times. The middle of the night is, of
course, a favourite; usually when you’re most in
need of sleep. Sometimes, though, when we try to
come up with a new idea, we need to be fresh and
energised in order for our brains to travel along a
new pathway. Your desire to be inspired has reached
a crescendo. Yet it’s closer than you think. As Venus
moves into a new sector of the sky, stay relaxed, and
you’ll scent the start of something new. There’s
great news in your full year ahead prediction.
Call 1902 222 500.
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The Las Vegas
of Asia
Reconditioned tyre
The same thing
Chief Tibetan
priest (5,4)
Mining area
Traditions
Strong glass (tm)
Latin American
dance
Cargo
Lowest
Has debts
Group of seven
Tea holder
Vandalised
Poison
A long way
Insincere
Songs
Travelling, as a
knight on a quest
US coin
Goes past
Mother of Jesus
Sydney beach suburb
Content
Make an error
playing cards
Scandinavian
language
Evidently
Extract (metal)
from its ore
Fleck
Concede
Down
1
2
3
4
Small amount
Young horses
All the same
Streets
1670
Forbidden (7)
Man’s name (4)
Game of skill (5)
Crust formed over a
cut (4)
12 Of the stars (6)
14 Sympathy (7)
16 Rotate (7)
20 Foreign-looking (6)
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Radiolocation (5)
Vein containing ore (4)
Memory loss (7)
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Corkwood (5)
Tree (5)
Lariat (5)
Marine map (5)
Delicate fabric (5)
Restaurant with
entertainment (7)
Farinaceous food
substance (7)
Not important (7)
Greek letter (5)
Bird (5)
Infective agent (5)
Mistake (5)
Beneath (5)
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24 Stick to firmly
25 Waistbands
27 Recipe
collection (7,4)
30 Feeling
32 Ancillary
35 Encroach
36 Street plan
38 Spread out
39 Singing groups
42 Midwife, e.g.
44 Film
45 Happen
afterwards
Cooking
measure
Fencer’s
warning (2,5)
Superior
Lacking
Connection (3-2)
Remnants (4,3,4)
Deviate
temporarily,
as a ship
Knobbly
Alter
Fabric
7
Across: 1 Women, 4 Succour, 8 Howls,
11 Panache, 12 Illustrated, 14 Pesos,
16 Oscars, 17 Bib, 18 Upsurge, 19 Observe,
21 Triggers, 23 Dances, 27 Car wash,
28 Etched, 30 Bold, 31 Rio, 32 Lear, 33 Grater,
34 Tracker, 37 Unsung, 38 Defender,
40 Shotgun, 43 Archive, 45 Auk, 46 Adjoin,
48 Pries, 50 Intelligent, 51 Hitting,
52 Nanny, 53 Retired, 54 Lords.
Down: 1 Wipe out, 2 Manic, 3 Nicaragua,
4 Step, 5 Crisis, 6 Oils, 7 Risque,
8 Herdsman, 9 Water, 10 Sydneysider,
13 Lobe, 15 Ebbs, 19 Orchard, 20 Ripcord,
22 Inroads, 24 Clocked, 25 Vertigo,
26 Heathen, 27 Calculation, 29 Tie,
35 Anecdotal, 36 Unwieldy, 38 Duke,
39 Reneges, 40 Sexier, 41 Tarn, 42 Guitar,
44 Cut in, 47 Osier, 48 Pelt, 49 Shod.
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10
12
Drift between alto
and baritone
Non-stimulating
second-class country
Daredevil appearance
by our cultivated
democracy
Wheeled in a
Parramatta NRL player
A simultaneous
discharge of numerous
guns by a member
of a quasi-military
organisation
Promote cork
13 Stroll leisurely to take
the blame for a change
15 Ring before five and
back pedal to the level
playing field
17 Beginning to be
usually the brightest
star of a constellation
19 Arrange a collection
21 A US state sounds like
it fails to hit a hippie
internally
22 Right from the start,
ill-fitting skis become
hazards
23 The warning sound
of a rock singer?
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6
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19
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10
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12
13
14
15
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2
3
4
5
6
8
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16
20
One who changes
across preceding
in time
A ground-breaking
story
Indiscriminate limited
veteran domestics
Bail out to the end
of the queue for an
informal fight
Allot characters to
a ringlike island
Outline the final
examination title
Put to flight and
drive off
Farewells the
poets’ valleys
Runs out from Latin
church recesses
Reassessing
locked-up donkeys
Early pieces by a top
performing Hamelin
music maker
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Items of neckwear
QUIZ ANSWERS: 1. Quantum of Solace 2. Greece 3. Basketball 4. Kiddets 5. Genera 6. Nucleus 7. North Island 8. Chernobyl
disaster 9. False 10. Parramatta Eels 11. Keith Urban 12. She was more like a beauty queen
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followed by early
motorists (3,4)
7 The scenario includes
one in control (5)
9 Note it well (3)
10 The impression it
gives varies from day
to day (4,5)
12 Takes a turn in the air (11)
15 It’s likely to happen
when bail is broken
in honesty (11)
17 Speak evil of a worker,
wanting to do harm (9)
19 Nothing to do with what
miners go after? (3)
21 Put off determinedly
at first (5)
22 Permit to break
the silence (7)
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RATING: Difficult
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RATING: Very Easy
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9 True or false: traditional
Japanese udon is a type of
fermented fish?
10 Which team won the wooden
spoon for the 2018 NRL season?
11 Who hosted the 2018 ARIA
Music Awards?
12 What are the first seven words
of Michael Jackson’s hit song
Billie Jean?
5 What is the plural form of the
word genus?
6 One or more protons are
present in which part of
every atom?
7 The Hawke’s Bay Region
is located on which island of
New Zealand?
8 Which catastrophic nuclear
accident occurred in 1986?
JUMBLE
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Another Way to Die is the
theme song to which 2008
James Bond movie?
2 Which country is officially
known as the Hellenic Republic?
3 Lindsay Gaze is best known for
his involvement in which sport?
4 Which children’s TV series
features aliens named Patches,
Luna and Dapper?
SUDOKU
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very loud (3)
3 Strike supported by
a devout Buddhist (4)
4 Doesn’t believe
water vapour causes
corrosion (9)
5 Train regularly? (7)
8 Could be a steel plant (6)
11 Hardly a classic definition SOLUTION
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TARGET MASTER
How many words of four letters or more can you make from
these nine letters? Each letter may be used only once. The centre
letter must be included. No slang, foreign or capitalised words,
hyphens, apostrophes, or plurals ending in ‘s’. Only one form
of a verb can be used, eg ‘ring’, but not ‘rings’ or ‘ringing’.
Today’s target:
Good 12 Very Good 14 Excellent 16 Genius 18
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24˚
20˚
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19˚ 25˚
Cloudy.
SNAPPER, bream and flathead are biting on pilchards
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28˚
13˚
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evening.
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18˚ 25˚
Min Max(˚C)
Possible shower.
Cloudy.
KATOOMBA
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17˚ 25˚
Shower or two.
23˚
22˚
Cloudy. Medium (40%) chance of
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Tuesday:Winds: Northeasterly 10 to 15 knots. Seas: Below
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showers.
Sydney Coast Winds: Southeasterly 10 to 15 knots turning
east to northeasterly in the afternoon. Seas: Around 1 metre.
1st Swell: Southerly around 1 metre. 2nd Swell: East to
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Min Max(˚C)
15˚ 19˚
NEWCASTLE
ON THE WATER
18˚ 23˚
Min Max(˚C)
Cloudy.
CITY
PENRITH
Min Max(˚C)
18˚ 25˚
Cloudy.
20˚ 24˚
Min Max(˚C)
Possible shower.
LIVERPOOL
Min Max(˚C)
18˚ 25˚
Cloudy.
WOLLONGONG
22˚
19˚
Cloudy. Slight (20%) chance of a
shower. Light winds.
Lismore 29
20˚
28 Coffs Harbour
Tamworth 34
35 Broken Hill
SYDNEY on this day
Average maximum
25.9˚C
Average minimum
18.5˚C
Highest temperature 43.4˚C (2018)
Lowest temperature 14.4˚C (1958)
Wettest day
79.5mm (1860)
Min-Max last year
22.4 to 43.4˚C
CAPITALS TODAY
Monday January 7, 2019
Water temperature
26 Taree
Dubbo 33
23 Newcastle
SYDNEY
22 Wollongong
Orange 25
Griffith 35
Wagga Wagga 33
SYDNEY AHEAD
RISE & SET
DAY
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
SUN
rise & set
5:52 am
8:10 pm
MOON
rise & set
6:37 am
9:01 pm
TEMP
29
28
24
26
29
27
CANBERRA
TODAY
high 9:57
low 3:23
high 22:30
low 16:35
1.8m
0.5m
1.3m
0.4m
WOLLONGONG
SYNOPTIC
19˚ 22˚
10 AM TODAY
Min Max(˚C)
TUESDAY
high 10:31
low 4:00
high 23:06
low 17:10
Trying to locate Debbie Davis who I
knew when we were kids. She used
to spend the weekend at my place.
Her mother worked at Mount Ousley
Convalescent Home where my mum
worked as a nurse back in the early
70s. Please contact William Pollock
at wallypollock62 @gmail.com or
on 0476 078 613.
1016
SYDNEY UV
Sun protection recommended
from 8:40am - 5:20pm
Postage Stamps
Collecting new and used postage
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Pymble Uniting Church
1008
1011
Pymble Chapel Uniting Church is
holding a special service to celebrate
the 140th anniversary of its opening
in 1879. The service will be held on
Sunday, February 3 at 3pm to pay
tribute to past founders, clergy,
leaders and families who have
contributed to the life of the Chapel.
We invite everyone whom has been
part of the Chapel to contact Graeme
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WEDNESDAY
high 11:07
low 4:37
high 23:44
low 17:45
1.7m
0.6m
1.3m
0.4m
First Quarter
January 14
Full Moon
January 21
1016
Third Quarter
January 28
1015
1024
7
27
Debbie Davis
995
1008
© Commonwealth of Australia 2019
tomorrow
7:30 am
9:42 pm
MOON
1008
Adelaide - Mostly sunny 29 Brisbane - Morning shower 30
Darwin - Shower, storm 34 Hobart- Light late shower 22
Melbourne - Mostly sunny 24 Perth - Sunny 33
1.8m
0.5m
1.3m
0.4m
Ex-TC Penny
26 Bega
tomorrow
5:53 am
8:10 pm
http://www.bom.gov.au/oceanography/tides/
Cloudy.
Albury 34
w w w. b o m . g o v. a u
CONDITIONS
Shower or two.
Shower or two. Storm.
Shower or two.
Shower or two.
Sunny.
Partly cloudy.
TIDE & WAVE
Moree 36
Bourke 38
BEN HORVATH
Small and cooler with two low range and opposing NE swell
and SSE swell. Easing ENE swell continues in the half-metre
range at open beaches and crossing with minor S’ly swell in
the half to 1m range on south exposed areas. Wind will be
SSE to 10 to 20 knots early, tending E 10 to 15 knots later.
Average waves at Wanda, Sth Bondi, Nth Steyne, Dee Why,
Nth Narrabeen, Warriewood and Sth Avalon.
1021
1016
1008
1000
1021
1016
1016
New Moon
February 5
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Charles De Saxe
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388.
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DRAW 1181
Thursday 3 January 2019
Prize Winning Numbers
8
11 19 12
Div
7
Prize Pool
Powerball
25 33
13
Winners
Prize Value
1
$50,000,000.00
0
$0.00
2
$694,637.40
6
$115,772.90
3
$424,499.25
105
$4,042.85
4
$771,828.45
2,033
$379.65
5
$578,774.80
3,908
$148.10
6
$3,743,925.90
56,342
$66.45
7
$2,933,767.20
72,618
$40.40
8
$5,780,346.00
350,324
$16.50
9
$10,148,500.20
994,951
$10.20
Division 1: No Winning Entries.
POWERBALL DRAW 1182 JACKPOT IS $80 MILLION
MEGA JACKPOT
DRAW 1191
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Death & Funeral Summary
AGNEW,
BOYLE,
FOSTER,
LEWIS,
MASON,
MUTTON,
NEALAND,
SORBELLO,
John McNeil (Jack)
Olive Parthienia
Robert Elwyn
James Douglas
David William
Patricia Ethel
Terrence Patrick
Joseph
This summary is a complimentary service.
All care is taken to endeavour to include all names from the
notices appearing today, however there are circumstances when
this is beyond our control and some names may be omitted.
Please read all advertisements within the Death and Funeral
Notices columns for comprehensive list.
Wherever possible we endeavour to place Death and Funeral
notices into "family order". There are circumstances when this is
beyond our control.
Tributes &
Condolences
GILMORE, Harry.
When I dream,
I dream of you still.
Loved forever.
From Kit and your boys.
Simmons sizzles
as Aussies rule
Death & Funeral
Notices
LEWIS, James Douglas
"Jim"
19.5.1941 - 3.1.2019
Aged 77 years
Late of Revesby,
Formerly of Bexley
Beloved husband of Carole
(the road). Much loved
father to Kim, Nicole and
Michael. Adored pop to
Luke, Natasha, Zann and
Kane.
Philadelphia
76ers' Ben
Simmons hangs
on the rim
after a dunk
against the
Mavericks.
Picture: AP
He will be sadly missed
KERR, Paul Leslie.
06.12.64 - 07.01.15
My dear son,
Your memory is my keepsake.
With which I will
never part.
God has you in
his keeping,
I have you in my heart.
Love you and miss you
everyday,
Your Mum.
XX
Death & Funeral
Notices
AGNEW,
John McNeil (Jack)
29.7.1922 — 24.12.2018
Late of Bathurst
Formerly of Mudgee
Family and friends are
warmly invited to attend
Jim’s funeral on Tuesday 8th
January 2019 at Woronora
Crematorium within the
West Chapel commencing
at 10.30am.
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MASON, David William
26/06/1958 - 31/12/2018
Much loved son of George
and Bette (both deceased).
Cherished
brother
and
brother-in-law of Richard and
Warren, Rosalie, Lynette and
Michael,
and
Barbara.
Devoted uncle of David and
Racquel,
Chris,
Veronica,
Rebecca and RJ. Great uncle
of Mason.
60 Years Young
Forever In Our Hearts
Family and friends are invited
to attend DAVID’s Funeral
Service to be held in Olsens
Chapel, 691 Old Princes Hwy,
Sutherland on Friday, 11th
January, 2019 at 10.00 am.
Dearly loved husband of
Amy. Loved father of
Lynette, Patricia, Geoff,
Robert, Craig and Raelene.
Cherished grandfather and
great-grandfather.
JACK’s Funeral Service will
be held at the Bathurst
Crematorium Chapel on
Friday January 11th, 2019
commencing at 11.00am.
Godfrey Smith Funerals
Bathurst 6331 4084
BOYLE, Olive Parthienia
January 1, 2019
Late of Georges Hall
Loving wife of Roger.
Cherished
mother
&
mother-in-law of Sean &
Diana, Margie and Suellen.
Doting grandmother of
Casey, Simon, Prue, Greg,
Ashlea, Chelsea and Emma.
Great-grandmother
of
Jesse, Lily and Brody.
MUTTON, Patricia Ethel
26.12.1926 - 30.12.2018
Formerly of Concord West,
Denistone and Kilcare.
Loving Wife of Neil (dec).
Much loved Mother of Carolyn
and Bob, and Nan and GreatNan to their families.
Together Again
Family and friends are invited
to attend a Mass of Christian
Burial to pray for the repose of
the soul of PATRICIA at
Our Lady of the Rosary
Catholic
Church,
The
Entrance on Wed (9th Jan
2019) at 1.30pm. Following
Mass, the cortege will proceed
to Wamberal Cemetery for
final commendation prayers.
Aged 88 years
Rest In Peace
Mass of Christian Burial for
the Repose of the Soul of
Olive will be held at St. Mary
Queen of Heaven Catholic
Church,
16
Georges
Crescent, Georges Hall on
Thursday, January 10, 2019
at 9.30 am, followed by her
interment in Rookwood
Catholic Cemetery.
FOSTER,
Robert Elwyn
(R & L Mowers - Penrith)
18.7.1945 - 24.12.2018
Late of South Penrith
Relatives and friends of Robert
are warmly invited to attend
his Funeral Service to be held
at St Nicholas of Myra Catholic
Church, High Street, Penrith on
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
commencing at 10.30am.
At the conclusion of the
Funeral Service the cortege
will
proceed
to
Penrith
cemetery for interment.
NEALAND,
Terrence Patrick
3/10/1953 to 2/1/2019
late of Werrington County
Passed away aged 65 years
A much loved husband,
father, and grandfather
Rest well and at peace
Terrence
SORBELLO, Joseph
Late of Strathfield
Adored son of Antonino and
Maria (Mary). Brother of
Joanna and Brother-in-law
of Mark. Uncle to Lisamarie
and Perry.
A Funeral for Joseph will be
held at 10.00 a.m. on
Wednesday 9th January,
2019 and St. Joseph’s
Catholic
Church,
126
Liverpool Rd, Enfield.
AUSTRALIA Day came three
weeks early in the NBA when
Aussies featured heavily in the
action.
Superstar Ben Simmons recorded a triple-double as the
Philadelphia 76ers claimed a
106-100 victory over the Dallas
Mavericks.
Simmons scored 20 points, a
game-high 14 rebounds and a
game-high 11 assists, while Joel
Embiid provided a doubledouble with a team-high 25
points and 12 rebounds.
Australian teammate Jonah
Bolden had a breakout game
with 11 points and nine rebounds
— his best return in his first year
at the 76ers.
It was the 76ers’ third con-
secutive win despite the absence
of Jimmy Butler, who missed
the game with an illness.
Philadelphia led by as many
as 12 points in the first quarter
and then by as many as 18 in the
third period before holding on
for the win.
Dallas’s Jalen Brunson nearly countered Simmons’ tripledouble with one of his own,
finishing with 13 points and
team highs in rebounds assists
(11) and assists (eight).
Australian Ryan Broekhoff
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“The coaching staff and the
players continue to show a confidence in me to shoot the ball,”
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and hopefully that builds a bit of
momentum.”
Simmons’ fellow Australian
Joe Ingles was in good touch
once again for the Utah Jazz,
scoring 16 points in his team’s
110-105 win over the Detroit
Pistons.
Donovan Mitchell topscored for Utah with 26 points,
and backed it up with five rebounds, five assists and three
steals.
Ingles iced the game for the
Jazz, hitting a three-pointer
from the corner with just under
four minutes remaining to give
his team the lead.
Aussie Dante Exum scored
four off the bench.
Patty Mills scored 15 points
for the San Antonio Spurs in
their 108-88 win over the Memphis Grizzlies.
San Antonio led by 20 points
at the half and by 88-66 after
three quarters and survived a
14-0 run by Memphis early in
the final period before cruising
to their 13th win in the past 15
games.
Jrue Holiday and Julius Randle both scored 22 points as
New Orleans handed Cleveland
their ninth consecutive loss with
a 133-98 rout.
Pascal Siakam scored the
best figures of his career when
he netted 30 points for the Toronto Raptors in their 123-116
win over the Milwaukee Bucks.
KINGS GO TOP AFTER UPSETS GALORE
SYDNEY emerged from the rubble
leading the NBL after a freakish
round in which the top teams all
bumbled and burned.
Having held the lead since game
one, Perth were finally usurped late
in round 12 when a run of poor form
finally caught up with them.
The Kings couldn’t avoid the
upset hex, crashing to a 78-71 loss to
lowly Illawarra, yet their 11-6 record
is enough to hoist them ahead of the
Wildcats (12-7) and Melbourne
United (11-7).
Defending champions Melbourne
had a chance to take outright top
spot in yesterday’s late game but
their 95-86 loss to the Bullets
ensured all five games in the round
were upsets.
Sydney can bust that trend in the
round’s final game today when they
travel to face the last-placed Taipans
in Cairns.
It’s a match Andrew Gaze’s men
would have been expected to win
comfortably, yet the league has
seemingly been turned on its head
and Cairns produced the biggest
boilover, a 109-80 upset of Brisbane.
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Not bragging, believing
Arnold careful not to seem ‘arrogant’ in getting message across
EMMA KEMP
HE cracked an unsuccessful
joke, but Graham Arnold also
used his first Asian Cup prematch press conference to
clear up a linguistic elephant in
the room.
The positive messaging Arnold has transferred from the
dressing room of Sydney FC to
that of the Socceroos is a key
element of the coach’s recently
employed motivation methods, courtesy of “coach whisperer” Bradley Charles Stubbs
and mental expert Mike Con-
way — the latter who is in
camp with the team.
Those familiar with Arnold’s last two Sky Blues seasons know the word “hope”
was permanently deleted from
both his and his players’ vernacular as a way to build belief.
But peppering his speech
with phrases like “expect to
win” always had the potential
to come off looking aggressively confident in a region
more used to a more deferential turn of phrase, even more
so when you’re the reigning
Asian champions.
It was only a matter of time
before international media
asked the question.
And when one journalist attempted but couldn’t land on
the right word with the language barrier, Arnold spotted
what he was getting at and
offered it up himself.
“It’s not arrogance, it’s belief,” Arnold said.
“We build belief within the
group, and build belief that it’s
one game at a time. We’re not
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with a starkly different team
and set-up.
It’s been so long since Australia’s 2015 triumph, in fact,
that he quipped “four years
ago, believe it or not, I had
black hair”.
And then, when no one
laughed: “Translate that one
kindly.”
A-LEAGUE
ROUND 11
JETS IMPORT
EXPLODES IN
CITY DEFEAT
Perth
Victory
Sydney FC
Melb City
Adelaide
Wellington
Newcastle
Wanderers
Briasbane
Mariners
FRENCH football star Franck
Ribery has launched a foulmouthed response after he
was criticised for eating a
gold-coated steak, telling his
critics: “I will spend my money
how I like.”
On Thursday, the 35-yearold Bayern Munich player
posted a video on social media
of a visit to a steak house
owned by celebrity Turkish
restauranteur Salt Bae.
He was rubbing his hands
before tucking into a huge
chop coated in gold.
That ostentatious luxury
drew ferocious criticism before
Ribery, who earns an
estimated €8 million a year,
hit back.
“Let’s start with the
envious, the angry, surely
born because of a broken
condom,” read the first of the
posts on Ribery’s Twitter
account.
“F--k your mothers.”
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ROUND 11 RESULTS
SYDNEY FC 5
CENTRAL COAST MARINERS 2
FC: Alex Brosque 49m, 58m, 64m, Adam
Le Fondre 53m pen, Aaron Calver 90m
Mariners: Connor Pain 17m, Aiden O’Neill
66m
At Jubilee Oval
ADELAIDE UNITED 0
WELLINGTON PHOENIX 0
Crowd: 8954 at Coopers Stadium.
WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS 1
MELBOURNE VICTORY 2
Wanderers: Alexander Baumjohann 74m pen
Victory: Ola Toivonen 45m, 86m
Crowd: 7062 at ANZ Stadium.
MELBOURNE CITY 2
NEWCASTLE JETS 1
City: Riley McGree 27m pen, Luke Brattan
32m
Jets: Roy O’Donovan 4m
At AAMI Park
BRISBANE ROAR 2
PERTH GLORY 4
Roar: Adam Taggart 22m, 40m
Glory: Neil Kilkenny 59m pen, 81m pen,
Aaron Reardon 85m og, Andy Keogh 87m
Crowd: 9249 at Suncorp Stadium
NEWCASTLE marquee player Ronald Vargas
was sent off in controversial circumstances as
Melbourne City consigned the Jets to more ALeague pain at AAMI Park yesterday.
The red card midway the first half set the
course for an action-packed 2-1 City victory, the
hosts recovering after goalkeeper Eugene
Galekovic’s nightmare start left them trailing in
the opening minutes. Riley McGree converted
from the spot in the 25th minute when a Luke
Brattan corner deflected off Vargas’s arm.
The Venezuelan could hardly have escaped
the line of fire and made his displeasure clear,
telling referee Kurt Arms to “f*** off”.
It was later indicated that Vargas had been
booked for dissent, despite the fact the card
had already been brandished when he
unleashed at the official. The Jets had the right
to feel aggrieved given they had their own
appeal for handball inside their penalty area
dismissed minutes earlier.
Brattan then made the Jets pay for a
defensive lapse, firing past a slow-reacting
Lewis Italiano after being gifted ample space
just outside the box.
The match started woefully for the hosts
when Galekovic — boasting a league-high four
clean sheets this season and coming off a
starring role in City’s defeat of Western Sydney
— conceded the easiest of goals to Jets striker
Roy O’Donovan.
Galekovic came forward to intercept a long
pass from the Jets defence but misread the
bounce, then collided with teammate Harrison
Delbridge as he tried to head the ball clear,
allowing O’Donovan to tap into an open goal.
But fourth-placed City rallied to stay within
reach of the top three and leave Newcastle
languishing in seventh.
THE GOLDEN STEAK WARRIOR
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TOMORROW
Wanderers v Wellington
ANZ Stadium, 7.50pm
WEDNESDAY
Adelaide Utd v Melbourne Victory
Coopers Stadium, 7.50pm
Perth v Sydney FC
nib Stadium, 10pm
FRIDAY
Melbourne City v Brisbane
AAMI Park, 7.50pm
SATURDAY
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Jets (left) and Bart
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Wellington v Mariners
Westpac Stadium, 5.35pm
Melbourne Victory v Newcastle
AAMI Park, 7.50pm
SUNDAY
Sydney FC v Adelaide Utd
Jubilee Oval, 6pm
Perth Glory v Wanderers
nib Stadium, 8pm
ELRICH EARNS PRAISE FOR EXPOSING RACIST
WESTERN Sydney Wanderers defender Tarek Elrich has
called out sickening social
media abuse just 24 hours
after revealing to The Daily
Telegraph that he had been
the target of vile, graphic slurs
at a recent game.
Elrich shared a tweet he received following the Wanderers’ 2-1 loss to Melbourne
Victory on Saturday night.
Referencing an incident
with Victory goalkeeper
Lawrence Thomas, the message, sent at 9.05pm, labelled
Elrich a “scummy dog” and
ended by telling him to “piss
off to where you came from
you ugly Muslim”.
Elrich told the sender: “No
need for this. Call me shit, call
me ugly, call me a Lebbo,
whatever, but keep my religion
out of this.”
He received an outpouring
of support from the footballing
community and regular fans.
Former Socceroo and Melbourne Victory striker Archie
Thompson replied to Elrich
with a tweet that read: “They
have no idea, brother.”
Elrich responded to
Thompson by tweeting:
“Uneducated, I call it. May
God guide him.”
Former Socceroo and SBS
pundit Craig Foster tweeted:
“Well done for exposing this
disgusting racial, religious
abuse Tarek.”
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American Football
British and European football results
NFL WILD CARD PLAYOFFS
American Football Conference at Houston:
Indianapolis Colts 21 Houston Texans 7
National Football Conference at Arlington:
Dallas Cowboys 24 Seattle Seahawks 22
England
Baseball
FA Cup
ABL
SYDNEY v CANBERRA
at Canberra
Game 3
SYDNEY 000 000 0 0r 3h 0e
CANBERRA 000 200 x 2r 8h 0e
Sydney: C Anderson 4.2ip 7h 1k 4w T Herr
1.1ip 1h 2k 1w to J Murphy. Hits: D Kemp A
Howe M Campbell.
Canberra: F Gailey 6ip 3h 7k 3w T Mikami 1ip
0h 2k 1wto R Perkins. Hits: M Fransoso 2 M
Crouse 2 C Warner D Kandilas B Moanaroa K
Perkins.
Game 4
SYDNEY 000 220 001 5r 8h 0e
CANBERRA 221 000 21x 8r 14h 0e
Sydney: J Guyer 3ip 9h 1k 1w G Granitz 3ip
2h 1k 1w C Lo 0.1ip 2h 0k 3w T Harris 0.2ip 0h
1k 0w S Nakashima 1ip 1h 1k 2w to J Murphy.
Hits: M Campbell 2 T DAntonio D Kemp G
Ngoepe J Rogers J Murphy (hr) Z Shepherd.
Canberra: S Chambers 5ip 7h 4k 0w Y
Kuniyoshi 2ip 0h 4k 1w M Younginer 1ip 0h 3k
2w Z Lemond 1ip 1h 1k 1w to K Perkins. Hits: C
Massey 3 C Warner 3 M Fransoso 2 D Kandilas
2 (hr) Z Wilson M Crouse K Perkins K Aoyagi.
Basketball
NBL, Rd 12: CAIRNS TAIPANS 109 (D Hall
24 N Jawai 18 J Kenny 15) bt BRISBANE
BULLETS 80 (L Patterson 27 M Hodgson
13 J Kendle 13); 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); ILLAWARRA HAWKS 78 (T
Coenraad 18 B Conklin 17 D Anderson 11) bt
SYDNEY KINGS 71 (K Lisch 19 J Randle 13 B
Newley 9); NEW ZEALAND BREAKERS 97 (S
Long 33 T Wesley 20 P Richard 14) bt PERTH
WILDCATS 84 (B Cotton 27 T White 16 N Kay
8); BRISBANE BULLETS 95 (M Hodgson 17
C Gliddon 16 J Cadee 14) bt MELBOURNE
UNITED 86 (C Ware 29 M Mccarron 12 C
Moller 11)
Standings
P W L
Pts
Won
Sydney Kings
17 11 6 104.80 64.71
Perth Wildcats
19 12 7 105.91 63.16
Melb United
18 11 7 101.76
61.11
Brisbane Bullets 19 10 9 100.65 52.63
Adelaide 36ers
18 9 9 100.88 50.00
NZ Breakers
17 8 9 100.52 47.06
Illawarra Hawks 18 8 10 93.63 44.44
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); PERTH LYNX 68 (A Taylor 20
K Ebzery 14 A Schwagmeyer 12) bt BENDIGO
SPIRIT 66 (A Wehrung 15 N Payne 15 M
Whittle 11); DANDENONG RANGERS 85 (R
Cole 25 C Mijovic 19 B Laney 16) bt SYDNEY
UNI FLAMES 60 (S Graham 16 L McSpadden
13 T Tupaea 12)
Standings
P W L
Pts
Won
UC Capitals
18 13 5 118.25 72.22
MelbBoomers
18 13 5 108.98 72.22
Perth Lynx
19 12 7 102.74 63.16
Adelaide Lightning 18 11 7 113.22
61.11
Dandenong
19 9 10 94.73 47.37
Townsville Fire
18 7 11 98.29 38.89
Bendigo Spirit
19 7 12 88.38 36.84
Syd Uni Flames 19 2 17 82.14 10.53
● NBA (home team in CAPS): DENVER
NUGGETS 123 Charlotte Hornets 110; DETROIT
PISTONS 105 Utah Jazz 110; PORTLAND
TRAIL BLAZERS 110 Houston Rockets 101;
SACRAMENTO KINGS 123 Golden State
Warriors 127; PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 106
Dallas Mavericks 100; MILWAUKEE BUCKS 116
Toronto Raptors 123; SAN ANTONIO SPURS
108 Memphis Grizzlies 88; CLEVELAND
CAVALIERS 98 New Orleans Pelicans 133
Bowls
CLUB
MUNMORAH UNITED: Fours c’ship Rd 1: B
Ralley K Grimes P Beckhouse G Dawson R
Spek P Rickey.
Cricket
BBL
ADELAIDE STRIKERS v SYDNEY SIXERS
at Adelaide Oval
Adelaide Strikers Innings
A CAREY run out (Henriques) . . . . . . . . . 1 (3)
J WEATHERALD c Dwarshuis b O’Keefe. . 50 (40)
C INGRAM c Henriques b Abbott. . . . . 15 (12)
M SHORT b Curran. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 (19)
J WELLS not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 (29)
M NESER lbw O’Keefe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 (4)
C VALENTE not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 (13)
Sundries (2lb 4w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Five wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Fall: 1 (Carey), 39 (Ingram), 86 (Short), 95
(Weatherald), 108 (Neser)
Bowling: B Manenti 4-0-26-0, B Dwarshuis
4-0-26-0 (2w), T Curran 4-0-38-1 (1w), S
Abbott 3-0-21-1 (1w), M Henriques 1-0-6-0, S
O’Keefe 4-0-31-2. Overs: 20
Sydney Sixers Innings
J DENLY not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 (60)
J AVENDANO c Carey b Neser. . . . . . . . 0 (3)
D HUGHES b O’Connor . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 (17)
M HENRIQUES st Carey b Khan. . . . . . 16 (13)
J SILK c Short b Khan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (2)
J PHILIPPE not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 (15)
Sundries (1lb 4w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Four wickets for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Fall: 8 (Avendano), 55 (Hughes), 95
(Henriques), 99 (Silk)
Bowling: L O’Connor 4-0-37-1, M Neser 3.2-029-1 (2w), B Stanlake 3-0-35-0 (1w), R Khan
4-0-25-2 (1w), P Siddle 3-0-16-0, C Valente
1-0-9-0. Overs: 18.2
Result: Sydney Sixers won by 6 wickets
WOMEN’S BBL
SYDNEY THUNDER v MELBOURNE STARS
at Bankstown Oval
Sydney Thunder Innings
R HAYNES c King b Sutherland . . . . . . 18 (17)
R PRIEST c Elwiss b Ferling . . . . . . . . . 12 (13)
N STALENBERG c & b King. . . . . . . . . .21 (30)
H KAUR lbw Sutherland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (3)
A BLACKWELL run out (Mack). . . . . . . . 5 (9)
S TAYLOR c Reakes b King. . . . . . . . . . . 6 (9)
N CAREY not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 (32)
R TRENAMAN not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 (8)
Sundries (4b 3w 1nb). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Six wickets for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Fall: 35, 35, 37, 56, 64, 72
Bowling: A Sutherland 4-0-17-2, H Ferling 2-014-1, N Hancock 3-0-19-0 (1w), G Elwiss 3-023-0 (1nb), A King 4-0-21-2 (1w), E Osborne
4-0-24-0 (1w). Overs: 20
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3rd Rd: Newcastle United 1 (Ritchie 84
pen) Blackburn Rovers 1 (Dack 56); Crystal
Palace 1 (J Ayew 86) Grimsby Town 0
Send-offs: (Fox 2 - Grimsby Town); Bristol
City 1 (Brownhill 72) Huddersfield Town 0;
Blackpool 0 Arsenal 3 (Willock 11, 37, Iwobi
82); Norwich City 0 Portsmouth 1 (Green
90+4) Send-offs: (Hanley 15 - Norwich City );
Fleetwood Town 2 (Madden 70, Evans 72 pen)
AFC Wimbledon 3 (Barcham 16, Hartigan 55,
Appiah 90); Middlesbrough 5 (Assombalonga
47, 70, Friend 50, Wing 62, Fletcher 87)
Peterborough 0; Aston Villa 0 Swansea 3
(Baker-Richardson 2, Dyer 47, Fulton 79);
Derby County 2 (Marriott 58, Lawrence
61) Southampton 2 (Redmond 4, 48);
Accrington Stanley 1 (Kee 76) Ipswich Town
0; Chelsea 2 (Morata 49, 59) Nottingham
Forest 0; Everton 2 (Lookman 12, Bernard
14) Lincoln City 1 (Bostwick 28); Bolton
Wanderers 5 (Donaldson 58, Magennis 61,
80, 87, Guthrie 63 og) Walsall 2 (Cook 19,
Beevers 68 og); Gillingham 1 (List 81) Cardiff
City 0; Brentford 1 (Maupay 80 pen) Oxford
United 0; Sheffield Wednesday 0 Luton Town
0; Manchester United 2 (Mata 23 pen, R
Lukaku 45+4) Reading 0; Shrewsbury Town
1 (Norburn 45+4 pen) Stoke City 1 (Crouch
78); Bournemouth 1 (Pugh 55) Brighton &
Hove Albion 3 (Knockaert 31, Bissouma 34,
Andone 64); West Ham 2 (Arnautovic 2,
Carroll 90+1) Birmingham City 0; Burnley 1
(Wood 90+2 pen) Barnsley 0; West Bromwich
Albion 1 (Sako 31) Wigan Athletic 0; Tranmere
Rovers 0 Tottenham Hotspur 7 (Aurier 40,
55, Llorente 48, 71, 72, Son H M 57, Kane 82)
Played overnight: Manchester City v
Rotherham United; Sheffield Utd v Barnet;
Millwall v Hull City; QPR v Leeds United;
Fulham v Oldham Athletic; Preston North
End v Doncaster Rovers; Woking v Watford;
Newport County v Leicester City
Playing on Tuesday: Wolves v Liverpool
(6.45am)
Premier League
Manchester City 2 (Aguero 40, Sane 72)
Liverpool 1 (Firmino 64); Newcastle United
0 Manchester United 2 (R Lukaku 64,
Rashford 80); Bournemouth 3 (Ake 34,
Wilson 37, Fraser 40) Watford 3 (Deeney 14,
27, Sema 38); West Ham 2 (Arnautovic 66,
68) Brighton & Hove Albion 2 (Stephens
56, Duffy 58); Wolves 0 Crystal Palace 2 (J
Ayew 83, Milivojevic 90+5 pen); Huddersfield
Town 1 (Mounie 33) Burnley 2 (Wood 40,
Barnes 74) Send-offs: (Brady 90 - Burnley,
Schindler 41 - Huddersfield Town); Chelsea 0
Southampton 0
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
Melbourne Stars Innings
L LEE lbw Gibson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 (20)
A REAKES run out (Taylor). . . . . . . . . 33 (38)
M DU PREEZ c & b Taylor . . . . . . . . . . 25 (26)
E OSBORNE st Priest b Carey . . . . . . . . . 0 (1)
G ELWISS lbw Gibson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 (4)
K MACK c Priest b Gibson . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (1)
A SUTHERLAND run out (Kaur). . . . . . . .7 (9)
A KING c Priest b Griffith . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 (9)
N HANCOCK c Stalenberg b Carey . . . . .3 (5)
N FALTUM not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 (7)
H FERLING not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 (1)
Sundries (2lb 10w). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Nine wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Fall: 33, 69, 71, 84, 84, 86, 102, 108, 110
Bowling: S Bates 4-0-20-0 (3w), L Griffith 4-121-1, N Carey 4-0-22-2 (2w), M Gibson 4-0-223 (3w), R Trenaman 2-0-16-0, S Taylor 2-0-14-1
(2w). Overs: 20
Result: Sydney Thunder won by 5 runs
PERTH SCORCHERS v SYDNEY SIXERS
at Lilac Hill Park
Sydney Sixers Innings
A HEALY c Jensen b Cleary . . . . . . . . 44 (30)
E PERRY not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 (54)
A GARDNER c Piparo b Graham . . . . 42 (35)
E BURNS not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (1)
Sundries (3lb 13w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Two wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183
Fall: 68, 171
Bowling: K Cross 4-0-26-0 (3w), E King 4-039-0, H Jensen 4-0-36-0 (1w), P Cleary 3-027-1 (4w), H Graham 4-0-41-1 (1w), T Peschel
1-0-11-0. Overs: 20
Perth Scorchers Innings
M LANNING c Gardner b Cheatle. . . . . 76 (51)
A JONES c McGlashan b Perry . . . . . . . 3 (8)
C PIPARO run out (van Niekerk) . . . . . . 12 (9)
H GRAHAM b Perry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (1)
L EBSARY run out (Perry) . . . . . . . . . . . 2 (5)
M CARMICHAEL c Perry b Aley. . . . . . 19 (17)
K CROSS b Aley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 (9)
H JENSEN c Silver-Holmes b Cheatle . 8 (7)
T PESCHEL st Healy b van Niekerk. . . . .6 (7)
E KING run out (Burns) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 (6)
P CLEARY not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (0)
Sundries (1b 2lb 8w 2nb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Fall: 8, 34, 34, 52, 102, 122, 140, 140, 151, 151
Bowling: M Kapp 3-0-20-0, E Perry 4-0-232 (3w 1nb), D van Niekerk 1.4-0-17-1 (1nb), L
Cheatle 4-0-19-2, E Burns 1-0-13-0, A Gardner
1-0-15-0, H Silver-Holmes 3-0-24-0, S Aley
2-0-12-2. Overs: 19.4
Result: Sydney Sixers won by 32 runs
BRISBANE HEAT v MELBOURNE
RENEGADES
at Harrup Park
Melbourne Renegades Innings
S MOLINEUX run out (G Harris). . . . . 50 (52)
D WYATT c Short b Kimmince . . . . . . 45 (37)
E INGLIS c G Harris b Luus. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (3)
A SATTERTHWAITE not out . . . . . . . . 23 (22)
J DUFFIN not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 (7)
Sundries (2b 6w 1nb). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Three wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
Fall: 92, 93, 105
Bowling: J Jonassen 4-0-23-0 (1w), S
Johnson 4-0-30-0 (2w 1nb), D Kimmince 4-027-1 (2w), S Luus 3-0-24-1, G Harris 3-0-19-0,
J Barsby 2-0-18-0. Overs: 20
Brisbane Heat Innings
G HARRIS b Tahuhu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 (3)
B MOONEY c Inglis b Brown . . . . . . . . .44 (31)
S JOHNSON c Molineux b Tahuhu . . . . . .7 (9)
K SHORT b Tahuhu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 (17)
J JONASSEN c Wyatt b Brown . . . . . . . 6 (10)
J DOOLEY c Duffin b Brown . . . . . . . . . . 4 (8)
L HARRIS b Wareham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 (6)
D KIMMINCE b Molineux . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 (6)
J BARSBY run out (Molineux) . . . . . . . . 0 (2)
S LUUS st Inglis b Molineux . . . . . . . . . 17 (13)
G PRESTWIDGE not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 (8)
Sundries (3b 2lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Fall: 11, 31, 69, 75, 84, 84, 95, 95, 100, 118
Bowling: M Strano 3-0-24-0, L Tahuhu 4-1-133, S Molineux 2.5-0-23-2, G Wareham 4-0-281, M Brown 4-0-17-3, A Satterthwaite 1-0-8-0
Overs: 18.5
Result: Melbourne Renegades won by 25 runs
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
Leading Goalscorers: 14: Harry Kane
(Tottenham
Hotspur),
Pierre-Emerick
Aubameyang (Arsenal) 13: Mohamed Salah
(Liverpool) 10: Eden Hazard (Chelsea),
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) 9: Callum
Wilson (Bournemouth), Raheem Sterling
(Manchester City), Richarlison (Everton)
Championship
Stoke City 0 Bristol City 2 (Diedhiou 39,
O’Dowda 81); Wigan Athletic 0 Sheffield
Utd 3 (McGoldrick 40, Duffy 48, Sharp 54);
Brentford 1 (Jeanvier 22) Norwich City 1
(Klose 83); Aston Villa 2 (Abraham 21, 75)
QPR 2 (Freeman 41, Eze 57); Rotherham
United 2 (Vaulks 45+1, Smith 76) Preston
North End 1 (Nmecha 78); Reading 1 (Harriott
77) Swansea 4 (McBurnie 2, 48pen, C
Roberts 30, Van der Hoorn 45); Nottingham
Forest 4 (Colback 5, 69, D Murphy 72, Osborn
76) Leeds United 2 (Clarke 52, Alioski 64)
Send-offs: (Phillips 42 - Leeds United);
Ipswich Town 2 (Lankester 2, Jackson 89)
Millwall 3 (Ferguson 60 pen, Cooper 68,
T Ellioit 76); Hull City 6 (Grosicki 29, 63,
Evandro 62, C Martin 67, Bowen 76, Dicko
83) Bolton Wanderers 0; Derby County
1 (Wilson 2) Middlesbrough 1 (Hugill 52);
Blackburn Rovers 2 (Mulgrew 53, Dack 58)
West Bromwich Albion 1 (Rodriguez 63 pen)
Send-offs: (Livermore 87 - West Bromwich
Albion); Sheffield Wednesday 1 (Fletcher 18)
Birmingham City 1 (Adams 48)
Standings
P W D L F A Pts
Leeds United
26 15 6 5 44 28 51
Norwich City
26 14 7 5 48 34 49
Sheffield Utd
26 14 5 7 45 28 47
West Brom
26 13 7 6 54 34 46
Middlesbrough
26 11 10 5 28 18 43
Derby County
26 12 7 7 38 32 43
Nottingham Forest 26 9 12 5 39 29 39
Birmingham City 26 9 12 5 38 28 39
QPR
26 11 6 9 33 34 39
Aston Villa
26 9 11 6 49 40 38
Bristol City
26 10 8 8 32 28 38
Swansea
26 10 6 10 35 31 36
Hull City
26 10 6 10 36 33 36
Stoke City
26 8 11 7 30 31 35
Blackburn Rovers 26 8 10 8 33 41 34
Sheff Wednesday 26 8 8 10 32 42 32
Preston North End 26 7 8 11 38 43 29
Brentford
26 6 10 10 36 36 28
Millwall
26 7 7 12 33 41 28
Wigan Athletic
26 7 5 14 25 40 26
Rotherham United 26 5 10 11 25 41 25
Bolton Wanderers 26 5 7 14 17 38 22
Reading
26 4 8 14 28 41 20
Ipswich Town
26 2 9 15 21 46 15
Golf
US PGA TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS, at
Kapalua, Hawaii (par-73): Third round
202: Gary Woodland (USA) 67 67 68
205: Rory McIlroy (NIR) 69 68 68
206: Marc Leishman (AUS) 68 70 68
207: Xander Schauffele (USA) 72 67 68,
Bryson DeChambeau (USA) 69 68 70
Other Australians: 215: Jason Day 69 71 75
● SUMMER CUP: The Lakes 2-1/2 sq St
Michaels 2-1/2, NSW 4-1/2 bt Bonnie Doon 1/2,
Royal Sydney 3 bt Moore Park 2.
● METROPOLITAN MXD PENNANT: Div
1: Massey Park 3 bt Oatlands 2. Div 2:
Macquarie Links 3 bt Bankstown 2. Div 3:
The Coast 4 bt Bardwell Valley 1. Div 5:
Woollahra 3 bt Eastlake 2. Div 6: Warringah
3 bt Shelly Beach 2. Div 7: Beverley Park 4
bt Northbridge 1, Moore Park 5 bt Gordon 0.
● CLUB
ASQUITH: Medley: Stableford: 2B: J Hotten
(32) J Colley (19) 55. Mxd: B Boyd (12) C Boyd
(17) 45. Men: Div 1: T Ryan (7) 39. Div 2: J
Hotten (32) 50. Women: J Kim (18) 34 cb.
AVONDALE: Medley: Stableford: 2B: G Pryke
S Davies 48. Men: S Davies (13) 43. Women: M
Goodrick (13) 36.
BANKSTOWN: Medley: Stableford: 2B: L Lu
(16) H Zhao (22) 50. Men: A: D Daskal (6)
39 cb. B: L Lu (16) 40. C: P Turnbull (20) 42.
Women: R Dickson (28) 36.
BARDWELL VALLEY: Stableford: H Matar
(6) 32.
BARNWELL PARK: Medley: Stableford: M
Hunt (13) 41.
BAYVIEW: Medley: Stableford: 2B: F Godfrey
(14) K Higgins (14) 44. Men: A: F Godfrey (14)
38. B: G Aberdour (24) 39. Scr: C Martin 29.
Women: E Fisher (31) 26.
BEVERLEY PARK: Medley: Stableford: 2B
Agg: Div 1: C Pearson (19) A Cadet (23) 92.
A: L Selems (11) 41. B: C Pearson (19) 45.
C: A Cadet (23) 47. Mxd: Div 1: A Oates (17)
L Quattromani (24) 69. A: G Hull (30) 39. L
Ricketts (32) 35.
BEXLEY: Medley: Stableford: 2B: W Davies
(16) G Miller (22) 46. S Terkalas (11) 40. Scr:
B Weatherall 28.
BONDI: Men: Stableford: D Boland (7) 37. Hole
in one: S Fuller at 15th.
BONVILLE: Medley: Stableford: N Gallagher
(11) 40.
BOTANY: Men: Stableford: B Power (17) 42.
BREAKERS: Men: Stroke: Medal: A Scr: S
Wilson (8) 73. B Scr: P Loveridge (19) 78. C
Scr: K Pearson (25) 86. A: R Michelson (11)
62 cb. B: P Loveridge (19) 59. C: K Pearson
(25) 61.
BRIGHTON LAKES: Par: 2B: A De Sousa (11)
M Whiting (18) 10 up. Stableford: A Jennings
(8) 5.
CABRAMATTA: Medley: Stableford 4B: White:
A Gangaram (18) 46. 2B: Div 1: A Gangaram
(18) 46. J Hallinan (36) 46. A Scr: J Trivellato
36. K Sirimanotham 36. A: B Murray (3) 38. B:
B Pata (15) 38. C: A Tibbins (21) 35. H Glenday
(30) 37.
CAMPBELLTOWN: Medley: Stableford: 2B: T
Jensen (11) M Carr (16) 47. B Bautista (21) 44.
CARNARVON: Men: Stableford 2B: White: A
Masi (28) S Jeon (22) 53. Mxd: A Masi (17) J
Jeon (14) 47. Women: Stableford: E Kim (20)
G Goh (19) 44. Men: Stableford White: A: K Oh
(11) 42. B: A Loi (16) 38 cb. C: S Jeon (22) 43.
Women: Stableford: Div 1: J Kang (18) 40. Div
2: H Chung (23) 37. Div 3: J Rickard (27) 33.
CASTLE HILL: Men: Stableford: A: C Mitchell
(4) 41. B: M Faulkner (12) 43. C: B Clarke (21)
41 cb. Women: G White (28) 35 cb. Men: PM:
G Watkinson (12) 40. Women: D Mann (17) 38.
CHATSWOOD: Medley: Stableford: 2B Multi: C
Napieralski (16) P Barry (12) 92. L McDaid (35)
48. V Booth (30) 36.
CONCORD: Men: Stableford White: M Bowman
(20) 40 cb. Women: Stableford: J Mcrae (21)
40. Mxd: 2B: S Hao (31) T Wu (15) 48.
CROMER: Medley: Stableford: 2B: P Griggs
(36) G O’Connor (17) 42. 4B: B Cohen (22) G
Ferguson (19) 47. A Pierce (17) 39 cb.
Leading Goalscorers: 16: Billy Sharp (Sheffield
Utd), Tammy Abraham (Aston Villa) 15: Neal
Maupay (Brentford), Teemu Pukki (Norwich
City) 14: Lewis Grabban (Nottingham Forest)
13: Dwight Gayle (West Bromwich Albion), Jay
Rodriguez (West Bromwich Albion), Kemar
Roofe (Leeds United)
League One
Charlton 1 Sunderland 1; Rochdale 0 Burton
4; Scunthorpe 2 Coventry 1
Standings
P W D L F A Pts
Portsmouth
26 17 6 3 46 24 57
Luton
26 15 7 4 49 24 52
Sunderland
25 14 9 2 46 24 51
Charlton
27 14 5 8 43 31 47
Barnsley
25 13 7 5 40 22 46
Doncaster
26 13 6 7 47 32 45
Peterborough
26 12 8 6 45 33 44
Coventry
27 11 5 11 29 31 38
Burton
26 10 5 11 34 33 35
Southend
26 11 2 13 32 31 35
Blackpool
25 9 8 8 26 25 35
Fleetwood
26 9 7 10 35 30 34
Accrington
25 9 7 9 27 35 34
Wycombe
26 8 8 10 34 38 32
Walsall
26 8 8 10 28 41 32
Shrewsbury
26 7 9 10 29 32 30
Scunthorpe
27 8 6 13 34 52 30
Rochdale
27 8 6 13 33 56 30
Gillingham
26 8 4 14 36 43 28
Bristol Rovers
26 7 6 13 25 29 27
Bradford City
26 8 3 15 31 40 27
Oxford Utd
26 6 8 12 31 41 26
Plymouth
26 6 6 14 31 47 24
AFC Wimbledon
26 6 4 16 20 37 22
League Two
Cambridge Utd 2 Stevenage 0; Carlisle
3 Mansfield 2; Colchester 3 Notts Co 3;
Crawley 1 Cheltenham 0; Lincoln v Exeter
(postponed); Macclesfield 1 Swindon 2;
Morecambe 2 Crewe 2; Yeovil 0 Bury 1
Standings
P W D L F A Pts
Lincoln
25 15 6 4 45 24 51
MK Dons
25 13 8 4 41 19 47
Bury
27 13 7 7 49 29 46
Mansfield
25 11 12 2 37 19 45
Carlisle
27 14 3 10 45 32 45
Forest Green
25 11 10 4 39 25 43
Exeter
26 12 7 7 38 28 43
Colchester
27 12 7 8 39 30 43
Tranmere
26 10 9 7 38 32 39
Oldham
26 10 8 8 40 33 38
Stevenage
27 11 5 11 31 34 38
Swindon
27 9 9 9 29 35 36
Newport Co
25 10 6 9 35 42 36
Grimsby
26 10 4 12 29 32 34
Crawley
26 10 3 13 33 38 33
Crewe
27 9 5 13 27 34 32
Northampton
26 6 12 8 32 35 30
Cheltenham
26 7 8 11 31 38 29
Port Vale
26 7 8 11 26 33 29
Morecambe
27 7 6 14 28 44 27
Cambridge Utd
27 7 5 15 24 47 26
Yeovil
25 5 9 11 27 32 24
Macclesfield
27 5 6 16 23 44 21
Notts Co
27 4 9 14 29 56 21
CRONULLA: Mxd: Stableford: 4B: G Taylforth
(26) L Taylforth (28) 44. Men: A: T Holland
(11) 39. A Scr: P Frankland (1) 32. Women: B
Hayden (20) 35 cb.
CUMBERLAND: Stableford: 2B: G Cullen (14)
H Smith (35) 53. Men: Div 1: G Cullen (14) 44.
Div 2: L Kermode (17) 43. Div 3: A Park (25)
46. Scr: B Jack 34. Women: S Norton (30) 39.
DUNHEVED: Men: Stableford: 2B Agg: W
Beard (14) P Fairbrother (11) 81. Mxd: R
Franzke (20) J Martin (30) 80. Men: Div 1: W
Beard (14) 41 cb. Div 1 Scr: C Partridge 34.
Women: J Martin (30) 39.
EASTLAKE: Men: Stableford White: A Scr: M
Zee 37. A: A Vasilis (10) 40. B: A Stojko (16)
40. C: N Carberry (27) 43.
ELANORA: Medley: Stableford: 4B: G Russell
(31) T Russell (33) 51.
EVERGLADES: Men: Stableford 2B: Black:
A: I Lindsay (32) P Dawson (16) 52. Div 1: P
Dawson (16) 44 cb. Div 2: M Smith (21) 46.
Mxd: D Cain (16) L Cain (25) 48. Women:
Stableford: A: G Wilson (30) L Cain (25) 48.
Div 1: L Cain (25) 41.
FOX HILLS: Medley: Stableford: A: J Skeet (2)
36. B: Y Kim (17) 38. C: A Sing (21) 41.
GORDON: Mxd: Stableford: J Partridge (25)
34.
GOSFORD: Men: Stableford White: J Chappell
(17) 41 cb. R Willings (14) 41. Women:
Stableford: L Van Der Westhuizen (31) 38. D
Bentlin (24) 35.
HARRINGTON WATERS: Men: Stroke: Medal
Jan: A: P Budden (9) 70. B: T Muddle (21) 68.
C: L Swansbra (27) 77. P Budden 70. Women:
D Pasfield (27) 74 cb.
HIGHLANDS: Medley: Stableford: N Ryan (24)
34 cb.
KAREELA: Men: Stableford: L Cogswell (11)
38. Women: J Lennon (22) 33.
KILLARA: Medley: Stableford: 2B: G Fowler
(21) I Mckenzie (13) 51 cb. Men: G Fowler (21)
47. Women: P Biszewski (16) 40 cb.
LAKESIDE: Stableford: 2B Agg: B Walker (14)
A Evans (13) 72. N Hull (25) 41.
LIVERPOOL: Medley: Stableford 2B: White:
K Park (21) C Jung (26) 48. 2B Scr: S Reid
S McGee 39. A: E Eyou (Howlong 12) 41. B: G
Hwang (18) 38. C: D Lee (30) 42.
LONG REEF: Men: Stableford: 2B: D O’Brien
T Jones 49. Mxd: B Jna J Atchison 48. Men:
D O’Brien (27) 41 cb. Women: S Smiles (26)
37 cb.
LYNWOOD: Medley: Stableford: 2B Multi:
Div 1: A Zahra J Thompson 92. Div 1 Scr: F
Concepcion S Nelson 76. Div 1: B Regan (10)
42. Div 2: J Rainbow (22) 42. Div 1 Scr: F
Concepcion (+4) 39.
MACARTHUR GRANGE: Stableford: S Le (15)
40.
MAGENTA SHORES: Medley: Stableford: J
Eager (15) 32 cb.
MANLY: Medley: Stableford: 2B: B Hedges
(29) P Page (24) 52. Men: Stableford White:
A: M Lee (12) 44. B: J Brady (16) 37 cb. C:
M Richardson (27) 49. Women: Stableford:
A Peterson (26) 44. Men: Stableford 9-hole:
White: T Fullerton (16) 24. Women: Stableford:
M Clark (17) 16.
MARRICKVILLE: Men: Stableford: P Hopkinson
(20) 49. Women: J Strachan (26) 35.
MASSEY PARK: Medley: Stableford: 2B Multi:
N Saroufim (17) S Fitzpatrick (0) 82. A Vingilis
(17) 42. Scr: S Fitzpatrick 37.
MONA VALE: Medley: Stableford: 2B: L
Alcock (36) L Polson (7) 48.
MONASH: Men: Stableford: 2B: I Burgees (25)
G Taylor (22) 47. Mxd: A Krebs (29) T Kamsler
(21) 47. Men: M Wainer (11) 40 cb. Women: M
Krelle (18) 39.
MOORE PARK: Mxd: Stableford: 2B: J Quinn
(26) B Coggin (21) 49 cb. Men: Stableford
White: A Sanpasiri (11) 44. Women: Stableford:
B Griffiths (32) 35.
MUIRFIELD: Men: Stableford: 2B: M Lenart
(21) T Fernandez (36) 48. Women: L Le Bas
(28) V Bamford (16) 39. Mxd: J Fernandez (45)
T Fernandez (36) 48. Men: T Fernandez (36)
42. Women: S Lee (16) 35.
NELSON BAY: Men: Stableford: Div 1: D
Barber (16) 41. Div 2: T Newsham (19) 40.
Women: Div 1: J Newsham (21) 39. Div 2: C
Ledingham (23) 39.
Spain
La Liga
SD Huesca 2 (David Ferreiro 73, Rivera 79)
Betis 1 (Sanabria 55 pen); Deportivo Alaves
2 (Baston 21, Pina 45+2) Valencia 1 (Parejo
14); Valladolid 0 Rayo Vallecano 1 (Medran 1);
Espanyol 1 (Iglesias 9) CD Leganes 0 Sendoffs: (Gumbau 91 - CD Leganes); Levante 2
(Morales 58, Coke 86) Girona FC 2 (Portu 31,
Garcia 72) Send-offs: (Postigo 69 - Levante)
Standings
P W D L F A Pts
Barcelona
17 11 4 2 48 19 37
Atletico Madrid
17 9 7 1 25 12 34
Sevilla
17 9 5 3 30 17 32
Deportivo Alaves
18 9 4 5 21 18 31
Real Madrid
17 9 3 5 26 21 30
Betis
18 7 5 6 21 21 26
Getafe CF
17 6 7 4 18 13 25
Espanyol
18 7 3 8 19 24 24
Girona FC
18 5 8 5 20 22 23
Levante
18 6 5 7 30 34 23
Valencia
18 4 10 4 16 16 22
RC Celta
17 5 6 6 28 26 21
SD Eibar
17 5 6 6 21 25 21
Valladolid
18 5 6 7 16 20 21
Real Sociedad
17 5 4 8 18 20 19
CD Leganes
18 4 7 7 16 21 19
Villarreal
17 3 7 7 19 23 16
Athletic Bilbao
17 2 10 5 16 24 16
Rayo Vallecano
18 4 4 10 18 32 16
SD Huesca
18 2 5 11 17 35 11
Leading Goalscorers: 15: Lionel Messi
(Barcelona) 11: Cristhian Stuani (Girona FC),
Luis Suarez (Barcelona) 10: Iago Aspas (RC
Celta) 9: Borja Iglesias (Espanyol) 8: Andre
Silva (Sevilla), Maximiliano Gomez (RC
Celta), Roger (Levante), Wissam Ben Yedder
(Sevilla)
France
Coupe de France
Rd of 64: Bourges Foot 0 Lyon 2 (Terrier
59, Mendy 77); Gravelines 0 Villefranche
3; Schiltigheim 1 (Genghini 77 pen) Dijon
3 (Sliti 64, Kwon C H 72, Tavares 90+2);
Olympique Saint-Quentinois1 Metz 2; Sete 1
Limonest 0; Red Star 0 Caen 1 (Bammou 81);
Lyon Duchere 3 (Mendes 13, Julienne 80,
Ezikian 88) Nimes Olympique 0; Le Puy Foot
0 Nancy 1; Stade Pontivyen 2 (Marec 6, Le
Sauce 55 pen) Guingamp 4 (N’Gbakoto 15,
Roux 18, Thuram 64, 67); Amiens SC 1 (Timite
49) Valenciennes 0; US Orleans 3 Aiglons
2; Entente 1 (Souici 90+3) Montpellier 0;
Bergerac Perigord 2 Chamois Niortais 1; Viry
Chatillon 1 (Mahamadou 51) Angers 0; Tours 1
Vendee Les Herbiers 2; Bastia 2 Concarneau
2(5-4 on penalty shootout); Iris Club de Croix
2 Raon 0; Marignane Gignac 1 Clermont Foot
1(3-0 on penalty shootout); Nantes 4 (K
Coulibaly 6, Krhin 37, Louza 70, Limbombe
86) Chateauroux 1 (Sangante 13)
NORTH RYDE: Men: Stableford: 2B: A
Camilleri (20) A Paton (12) 50. Mxd: B
Robinson (29) B Robinson (21) 47. Women: M
Irons (7) L Taylor (15) 41. Men: A: B Hyland (8)
43. B: M Good (18) 40. C: T Pearce (22) 44.
D: N Patel (31) 43. Women: Div 1: L Taylor (15)
35. Div 2: U Flanagan (32) 34. Hole in one: K
Psaltis at 10th.
NORTHBRIDGE: Stableford: 2B Agg: R
Freckleton (21) J Lane (21) 75. Medley: F
Gillane (35) 42.
NOWRA: Men: Stroke: Medal: A: S Westaway
(10) 67. A Scr: P Russell 76. B: M Abernethy
(17) 66 cb. B Scr: M Abernethy 83. C: G Hickey
(28) 61. C Scr: S Berry 88.
NSW: Mxd: Stableford: 2B: K Lamb (16) A
Gilsenan (15) 43. Men: B Clennar (18) 40.
Stableford White: R Verlander (25) 35.
Women: Stableford: A Gilsenan (15) 35. Mxd:
Scr: P Davis 25 cb.
PACIFIC DUNES: Men: Stableford: A Stunell
(12) 36. Women: R Stunell (44) 34 cb.
PENNANT HILLS: Medley: Stableford: 2B
Agg: A Cridland (24) D Swain (21) 79 cb. Men:
M Kenny (16) 45. Women: T Whitmarsh (21) 41.
PYMBLE: Mxd: Stableford: 2B: H Pike (7)
C Fletcher (18) 48 cb. Men: A Wood (19) 43.
Women: A Nicholas (32) 41.
RANDWICK: Men: Stableford: Div 1: L
O’Loughlin (12) 35. Div 2: A Hunter (18) 35.
RICHMOND: Medley: Stableford: Div 1: N
Palmer (17) 41. Div 2: C Quigley (24) 40 cb.
2B: S Errey (32) T Pilcher (15) 48.
ROSNAY: Men: Stableford: Div 1: M Woodhouse
(8) 36 cb. Div 2: D Turner (19) 43.
ROYAL
SYDNEY:
Men:
Stableford
Championship: White: C McKay (27) 43.
Women: Stableford: M Westgarth (17) 30.
RYDE-PARRAMATTA: Medley: Stableford:
2B: M Lee (26) M Lee (19) 44. Men: T Mathews
(25) R Creek (24) 47. A Scr: S Park 35. C
Moore (31) 43. Women: W Kemp (26) 38.
SHELL COVE: Medley: Stableford: B Chapman
(26) 39. C McPaul (13) 38. M Bchara (25) 36. A
Scr: D Strong (6) 35.
SHELLY BEACH: Medley: Stroke: A: B
Spurway (5) 68. A Scr: B Spurway (5) 73. B: C
Coomber (17) 67. B Scr: C Coomber (17) 84. C:
D Kidd (21) 69. C Scr: D Kidd (21) 90.
ST MICHAELS: Medley: Stableford: 2B Agg:
O Janschek (4) A Janschek (11) 74. A: W Wang
(2) 40. B: P Sandona (13) 40. C: A Carruthers
(25) 39. Women: Div 1: M Golding (18) 34.
Div 2: A MacDonald (23) 31. Medley: Scr: W
Wang 38. Stableford Gold: G Cragen (32) 34.
Stableford: T Saifoloi (10) 34.
STONECUTTERS RIDGE: Medley: Stableford
2B Agg: White: D Harper (10) R Hope (6) 77. A
Scr: M Horton C Baird 68. A: K Sta Barbara (11)
40 cb. B: S Kirby (12) 39. C: B Penfold (26) 44.
I Sook Kim - Ladies Winner (26) 35.
STRATHFIELD: Medley: Stableford: 2B: C
Fallom (33) P Ross (25) 50. B He (18) 40 cb.
Women: J Chang (25) 31.
TALLWOODS: Men: Stroke: A: P Steele (18) 67.
P Donoghue (12) 70. B: D Bullock (19) 66 cb. M
Falzon (19) 66. President’s Trophy: D Bullock
(19) 66 cb. Women: Div 1: G Pearson (20) 74.
J Gould (23) 77 cb. Div 2: M Byrnes (26) 73. J
Beedell (32) 76. President’s Trophy: M Byrnes
(26) 73.
TAREE: Men: Stroke: Medal Jan: A: J Harris
(10) 68. A Scr: P Doherty 72. B: R Nupier (14)
63. B Scr: M Brooks 87. C: G Williams (19) 60.
C Scr: G Watman 85. Women: Stableford: L
Burke (27) 35.
TERREY HILLS: Medley: Stableford: 2B Agg:
E Pahljina (17) D Baines (20) 78. E Pahljina
(17) D Baines (20) 78. Stableford Gold: F
Germaine (42) 49.
THE COAST: Stableford: 2B: B Whyte (32) J
Hyatt (14) 49. C Yates (25) 39. 9-hole: B Price
(15) 19.
THE LAKES: Medley: Stableford: 2B: B Ronen
(6) I Ronen (20) 45. 2B Scr: P Katholos D
Fearns 33. R Willis (14) 35 cb. PM 2B: T Allan
(13) G Irving (19) 43 cb. 2B Scr: J Bowen P
Donnan 32.
THE RIDGE: Mxd: Stableford: 9-hole: R Collins
(14) 22.
TOUKLEY: Men: Stableford: 4B: M Fitzgerald
(13) B Davidson (17) 48. Div 1: S Murray (17)
41 cb. Div 2: J Boardman (24) 40. Medley:
4B: L Wells (25) R Wells (23) 47. Women: K
Johnman (20) 37.
TWIN CREEKS: Men: Stableford Gold: A: D
Xie (5) 41. W Tan (12) 40. B: P Kastelan (13)
41 cb. L Dowe (15) 41. C: A Crestani (23) 40. D
Pring (20) 35. A Scr: A Lauder (0) 35. Women:
Green: J Kim (22) 35 cb. M Lovelock (20) 35.
WAKEHURST: Mxd: Stableford: 2B: R Tang
50. C Price 50. Men: Stableford White: A: C
Price (15) 41. B: R Tang (27) 42. Women: Gold:
A Martin (26) 39.
WALLACIA: Men: Stableford White: S Reitsma
(13) 42.
WARRINGAH: Men: Stableford: C Unwin
(Cammeray 18) 41. Women: M Moise (35) 33.
WINDSOR: Medley: Stableford: 2B: A:
P O’Reilly (11) W Micallef (8) 69. Div 1: G
Henderson (18) 41. M Wilbow (23) 45.
WOOLGOOLGA: Men: Stroke: A: D Penson (12)
70. A Scr: M Perfrement 78. B: R Treweek (15)
67. B Scr: R Treweek 82. C: G Standing (21) 71.
C Scr: G Standing 92.
WOOLLAHRA: Men: Stableford 2B: White: P
Au (33) J Kurenda (25) 52. Div 1: L Colbron
(12) 40. Div 2: H Mauthner (21) 38. Div 3: R
Lobb (26) 44 cb. Women: Stableford: G Squire
(14) 32.
WOOLOOWARE: Medley: Stableford: 4B: C
Gavin (29) L Gavin (31) 47 cb. Men: R Canham
(19) 41. A Scr: A Foden 30. Women: R Pearce
(27) 39. A Scr: S Koroneos 23.
WYONG: Men: Stableford: 2B: P Lomas (13)
M Alcock (14) 48. Mxd: K Vaughan (10) S
Vaughan (45) 47. Men: Div 1: M Alcock (14) 46.
Div 2: A McLeod (23) 41. Women: S Vaughan
(45) 37.
Tennis
BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL, at Queensland
Tennis Centre
Men, Semifinals (prefix denotes seeding):
4-Daniil Medvedev (RUS) bt Jo-Wilfried
Tsonga (FRA) 7-6(6) 6-2; 2-Kei Nishikori
(JPN) bt Jeremy Chardy (FRA) 6-2 6-2
Women, Semifinals: 5-Karolina Pliskova (CZE)
bt Donna Vekic (CRO) 6-3 6-4; Lesia Tsurenko
(UKR) bt 2-Naomi Osaka (JPN) 6-2 6-4
Final: 5-Karolina Pliskova (CZE) bt Lesia
Tsurenko (UKR) 4-6 7-5 6-2.
● SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL, at Sydney
Olympic Park Tennis Centre
Men, Rd 1: Jordan Thompson (AUS) bt Adrian
Mannarino (FRA) 6-3 6-3. Martin Klizan (SVK)
bt Alexei Popyrin (AUS) 7-6(4) 4-6 7-6(5).
● HOPMAN CUP, at Perth Arena
Final, Switzerland bt Germany 2-1: Angelique
Kerber (GER) bt Belinda Bencic (SUI) 6-4
7-6(6); Roger Federer (SUI) bt Alexander
Zverev (GER) 6-4 6-2; Roger Federer/Belinda
Bencic (SUI) bt Angelique Kerber/Alexander
Zverev (GER) 4-0 1-4 4-3(4)
● QATAR OPEN, at Doha
Men, Final: 7-Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) bt
Tomas Berdych (CZE) 6-4 3-6 6-3.
● ASB CLASSIC, at Auckland, NZ
Women, Final: 2-Julia Goerges (GER) bt
Bianca Andreescu (CAN) 2-6 7-5 6-1.
Yesterday’s TAB
results and details
RACES
Gilgandra
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 2 10 4. Win $10.60 place $3.30 $3.10
$2.50. Q: $45.10. E: $86.80. Duets: 2-10: $16.00,
2-4: $16.40, 10-4: $14.10. T: $568.60. First 4:
2-10-4-7: $3,874.20. Sub: NSR. All Started.
RACE 2: 6 10-11dh. Win $9.30 place $2.40 (10)
$1.10 (11) $1.60. Q: 6-10: $6.50, 6-11: $15.50. E:
6-10: $21.60, 6-11: $39.10. Duets: 6-10: $4.00,
6-11: $5.90, 10-11: $2.10. T: 6-10-11: $60.50, 6-1110: $75.30. D: $111.90. First 4: 6-10-11-3: $81.60,
6-11-10-3: $88.60. Sub: 10. Scr: 2,5,8,14,1(L).
RACE 3: 8 5 2. Win $3.00 place $1.70 $3.10
$1.40. Q: $25.80. E: $26.50. Duets: 8-5: $7.20,
8-2: $2.80, 5-2: $4.80. T: $124.20. D: $57.40.
First 4: 8-5-2-6: $1,254.60. Sub: NSR. All
Started.
RACE 4: 4 5 11. Win $5.30 place $1.90 $2.20
$4.00. Q: $25.90. E: $43.70. Duets: 4-5: $6.80,
4-11: $13.50, 5-11: $22.30. T: $360.10. D: $35.90.
First 4: 4-5-11-3: $1,260.30. Sub: 7. Scr: 2.
RACE 5: 2 4 9. Win $3.40 place $1.50 $2.60
$2.00. Q: $19.50. E: $34.20. Duets: 2-4: $7.50,
2-9: $3.80, 4-9: $9.90. T: $120.80. D: $37.50.
First 4: 2-4-9-1: $500.00. Sub: 2. Scr: 6.
RACE 6: 1 5 10. Win $3.50 place $1.60 $1.80
$3.60. Q: $8.40. E: $16.00. Duets: 1-5: $3.30,
1-10: $11.10, 5-10: $14.40. T: $142.60. D: $13.50.
First 4: 1-5-10-4: $735.60. Sub: 1. Scr: 7(L).
RACE 7: 6 4 7. Win $10.40 place $2.90 $2.10
$1.50. Q: $31.00. E: $39.20. Duets: 6-4: $11.70,
6-7: $5.10, 4-7: $4.80. T: $198.40. D: $33.30.
First 4: 6-4-7-10: $5,579.00. Sub: NSR. All
Started.
RACE 8: 3 7 2. Win $5.40 place $1.80 $1.60
$1.80. Q: $12.10. E: $24.50. Duets: 3-7: $4.20,
3-2: $4.70, 7-2: $3.60. T: $65.40. D: $66.00.
First 4: 3-7-2-5: $355.40. Sub: 7. Scr: 4,6,14.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 6 and 8: Miss Hugo
A Gogo (1)--Star Of Zizou (3) $19.70. Subs: 1,7.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4:
(2)(6)(8)(4): $2,656.80. Subs: NSR,10,NSR,7.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 5,6,7,8: (2)(1)(6)
(3): $726.40. Subs: 2,1,NSR,7.
NSW TAB BIG6 on races 3,4,5,6,7,8: (8)(4)(2)
(1)(6)(3): Major (winners of 6 races): Not won.
Supplementary (winners of first 5 races): Not
won. Subs: NSR,7,2,1,NSR,7.
Murwillumbah
NSW TAB DIVS
RACE 1: 1 7 3. Win $2.80 place $1.80 $1.90 NTD.
Q: $7.90. E: $13.30. T: $59.50. First 4: 1-7-3-4:
$114.90. Sub: 4. Scr: 5,6.
RACE 2: 4 2 1. Win $3.60 place $1.40 $1.10
$3.60. Q: $2.50. E: $9.00. Duets: 4-2: $1.70, 4-1:
$10.70, 2-1: $6.20. T: $55.80. D: $15.50. First 4:
4-2-1-5: $166.50. Sub: 2. Scr: 8.
RACE 3: 5 2 3. Win $1.80 place $1.40 $5.70 NTD.
Q: $17.80. E: $23.50. T: $106.40. D: $12.30. First
4: 5-2-3-1: $410.00. Sub: 5. Scr: 8,9.
RACE 4: 8 5 7. Win $4.60 place $1.70 $1.40
$1.80. Q: $8.10. E: $18.20. Duets: 8-5: $4.50,
8-7: $4.70, 5-7: $4.30. T: $70.60. D: $14.40.
First 4: 8-5-7-2: $231.00. Sub: 5. Scr: 1,6.
RACE 5: 7 13 12. Win $19.80 place $4.40 $4.10
$2.70. Q: $155.90. E: $287.90. Duets: 7-13:
$35.00, 7-12: $33.50, 13-12: $21.70. T: $2,072.00.
D: $132.00. First 4: 7-13-12-16: $8,966.40. Sub:
8. Scr: 4,6,9,11,15.
RACE 6: 9 8 4. Win $12.70 place $3.40 $1.80
$4.10. Q: $40.80. E: $84.70. Duets: 9-8:
$10.80, 9-4: $19.90, 8-4: $14.60. T: $887.60. D:
$281.60. First 4: 9-8-4-2: $8,984.00. Sub: 6.
Scr: 3,10,14,16.
RACE 7: 9 6 4. Win $31.30 place $4.90 $1.80
$1.20. Q: $92.50. E: $365.90. Duets: 9-6:
$28.50, 9-4: $5.50, 6-4: $2.30. T: $618.80. D:
$256.10. First 4: 9-6-4-2: $1,810.70. Sub: 4. Scr:
1,3,5,8.
NSW TAB DOUBLE on races 5 and 7: Angel Of
Leon (7)--Skylaazem (9) $654.70. Subs: 8,4.
NSW TAB EARLY QUADDIE on races 1,2,3,4: (1)
(4)(5)(8): $204.20. Subs: 4,2,5,5.
NSW TAB QUADDIE on races 4,5,6,7: (8)(7)(9)
(9): $36,415.80. Subs: 5,8,6,4.
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Winx’s age of wonder
RANDWICK
K
SNAPSHOTT
RAY THOMAS
RUN OF THE DAY
WINX, the world’s highest-ranked racehorse, continues to defy time and hasn’t
lost any of her extraordinary speed.
That’s according to trainer Chris
Waller as the mighty mare prepares for
her final race campaign in Sydney this
autumn.
Winx has had three gallops and is
ahead of schedule in preparation for her
comeback to racing in the Group 2 Apollo Stakes (1400m) at Royal Randwick on
February 16, Waller said.
“Any signs of her ageing aren’t there,
any signs of her slowing aren’t there,” he
said. “She is as good as we can have her.’’
Waller plans to give Winx two barrier
trials and “we might we might even
sneak in an exhibition gallop” before the
champion resumes racing.
Winx hasn’t raced since winning an
unprecedented fourth Cox Plate last October. Waller said the mare had enjoyed
her summer spell and come back into his
Rosehill stables in very good order.
“She keeps herself in check, she’s an
amazing athlete,’’ Waller said.
Winx, who is likely to have a maximum of four races this autumn before
being retired, has won 29 races in a row.
Stablemate The Autumn Sun, the
three-time Group 1-winning colt rated as
Winx’s heir apparent, is on target to return in the Group 2 Hobartville Stakes
(1400m) at Rosehill on February 23.
“The Autumn Sun is unbelievable, he
has come back 20kg heavier,’’ Waller
said. “His manners are fantastic and you
would not know he is a stallion.
“I’m looking forward to Lean Mean
Machine and Zousain, too. They are
sprinters and I feel they will really measure up (in the autumn).’’
Waller said his three colts could fly
the stable flag at Royal Ascot in June.
●●●
HIGHTAIL is likely to run but Ljungberg is out as the Magic Millions picture
became a little clearer yesterday. Trainers Peter and Paul Snowden seem set to
give Hightail his chance in the $2 million
Magic Millions 2yo Classic at the Gold
Coast next Saturday after the colt’s easy
win at Randwick’s Kensington meeting.
Peter Snowden has conceded it is not
an ideal preparation as Hightail will have
to back up for a third successive Saturday
and have an interstate road trip this
week. Hugh Bowman rode Hightail to
win on the Kensington track and will
stick with the colt on the Gold Coast.
Ljungberg looked the most impressive
winner of the Kensington meeting but
trainer Ron Quinton has ruled him out
of the $2 million Magic Millions 3yo
Guineas (1400m). Quinton has bigger
ambitions for Ljungberg, with suggestions the sprinter and stablemate Royal
Celebration could be aimed at the $7.5
million Golden Eagle in the spring.
Kerrin McEvoy keeps the ride on
the promising two-year-old filly Exhilirates in the Magic Millions after her
easy win at the Gold Coast.
●●●
ATC chief executive Jamie Barkley has
explained his reasons for needing to expand his club’s management team.
“Caulfield has a senior executive team
of seven and they do 24 meetings a year
and one carnival. Flemington has nine
senior executives and they do one carnival, a very big one, and about 25 meetings
a year. Moonee Valley has similar numbers,’’ Barkley said.
“At the ATC, there are three executives, we have 114 meetings and race 52
weeks a year.”
●●●
STAR Exhibit gave Bob Peters a record seventh Perth Cup at Ascot to cap
a dominant summer carnival for the
leading owner-breeder.
Peters had five runners in the Perth
Cup and celebrated a quinella when Star
Exhibit ran down Action.
This was a second Perth Cup win for
Star Exhibit, who also scored in 2016 (December). Peters has also won the Ascot
feature with Field Officer (1993), Crown
Prosecutor (2005), Lord Ransom (2010),
Western Jewel (2011), Real Love (2015)
and Delicacy (2016, January).
●●●
THE worrying exodus from South Australian racing is gathering momentum.
Trainer Lloyd Kennewell will close
his Adelaide stables at the end of this
month due to concerns over the lack of
state government financial support for
the ailing racing industry.
RON
DUFFICY
CY
Ljungberg created a good
impression with his nice
first-up win at Canterbury
but the way he savaged
the line second-up here
winning with his head on
his chest really captured
everyone’s attention. He
looks an exciting prospect.
FORGET THEY RAN
Harmattan wasn’t fancied
when resuming and had
work to do in a race
dominated by the leader.
She didn’t come up in three
runs last preparation but
indications are she has
come back better this time.
THE BLACK BOOK
Peralta is not bred to be
an early new year twoyear-old but his debut was
a real eye-catcher. David
Payne is the master of
producing a good, young
staying type and it’s only
natural to think he has
another one on his hands.
RIDE OF THE DAY
Robbie Dolan continued
on his winning ways with
another winning double on
Easy Eddie and Gresham
with two smart rides, while
Hugh Bowman (Hightail
and Ljungberg) put both
his winners in perfect spots
one out and one back.
MARC HOT ON TRAIL OF
MOURNING WOODLAND
EVIN PRIEST
MARC Leishman says continuing
his hot performance off the tee
will be key to reeling in Tournament of Champions 54-hole leader
Gary Woodland.
An emotionally charged Woodland, whose grandmother died on
Friday, drained a 63-foot eagle
putt during a five-under-par 68 on
day three at the US PGA Tour’s
winners-only event in Hawaii.
It gave the 34-year-old a 17-under
total and three-shot lead over
four-time major winner Rory McIlroy (68) heading into the final
round. Leishman also signed for a
68 that left him well within reach
in outright third place at 13 under.
For the third consecutive day,
big-hitting Woodland made light
work of a windswept, 7500-yard
Plantation course on Maui.
But the American said his mind
was elsewhere yesterday.
“I lost my grandma last night. I
got that phone call late last night.
That’s been tough,” he said.
“I’ll definitely have a little extra
emotion with me but we’ll get
through it.”
Woodland and fellow big bomber
McIlroy will play in the final group.
World No.20 Leishman will be in
the second-last group and likes his
chances of making up the fourshot deficit.
“When you’re trying to play for
a trophy, it’s not easy to defend
leads,” four- time PGA Tour winner
Leishman said of Woodland.
Leishman feels that hitting 77 per
cent of fairways this week has
given him the belief he can have
a hot round and chase down
Woodland.
“It’s been years since I’ve driven
it this well and, hopefully, I can
drive it like that tomorrow,” Leishman said.
“I will need to because Gary is
playing great golf, then Rory is just
behind him and, as big hitters,
they are likely to make a lot of
birdies.”
It will be a tall order because the
winds are forecast to die down significantly at Kapalua, meaning
Woodland might take advantage
of calmer conditions.
Australian Jason Day’s hopes
faded with a two-over 75 that
dropped him to four under.
The former world No.1 had a disastrous front nine yesterday,
soured by three bogeys and a double bogey at the par-four sixth.
The Tournament of Champions is
an elite $9.3 million event for winners on the PGA Tour from the previous year and has no 36-hole cut.
Bowman on Ljungberg.
THE WEEK AHEAD
Today: Kempsey, Moruya
Tomorrow: Cessnock,
Orange
Wednesday: Canterbury
Park
Thursday: Muswellbrook
Friday: Gosford, Wagga
Wagga
Saturday: Royal
Randwick, Kembla Grange,
Glen Innes, Queanbeyan
Sunday: Coffs Harbour,
Wellington
Marc Leishman
during his thirdround 68 yesterday.
Picture: Getty
Cowboys shoot down Dickson’s Seahawks
PETER MITCHELL
NFL
IT would have been fitting if
Australia’s Michael Dickson
drop-kicked a rugby-style
game-winning field goal for
the Seattle Seahawks to beat
the Dallas Cowboys in their
NFL wildcard playoff game.
He didn’t get a chance to do
it. The Cowboys won the game
24-22 at AT&T Stadium in
Texas to extinguish Dickson’s
miraculous rookie year and the
Seahawks’ season.
Dickson has had a charmed
debut in the NFL, becoming
the first rookie punter to be
named to play in the Pro Bowl
since 1985 and a first-team selection in AP’s All-Pro team.
The stage was set for him to
be the hero when the Seahawks’ 40-year-old kicker
Sebastian Janikowski pulled a
hamstring at the end of the
first half. Dickson was given
kicking duties.
The Seahawks trailed by
three points in the final three
minutes, and a field goal is
worth three.
But Dickson wasn’t called
on to attempt a field goal,
coach Pete Carroll attempting
two-point conversions after
touchdowns.
He did have a chance to
weave some magic, kicking off
with a drop kick with one minute to go when his team was
down two points.
The hope was Dickson’s
drop kick would be recovered
by the Seahawks to give them a
shot at winning the game.
Instead, he went too deep
and the Cowboys safely recovered to win only their third
playoff game since their Super
Bowl victory in 1996.
Cowboys
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Dak Prescott.
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$870 Maiden
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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P4
R 3564
R 4233
R 2465
R 5778
R 8663
R
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R 275F
R 53
R 44
R 7857
Dog
DuRama DelighT
DuRama missile
esTheR’s Ruby
ya mum
shakey ellie
even PRofiT
JacobiTe beau
Raglan RevolveR
khaTanga JeWel (r)
shiWen exPRess (r)
PB
NBT
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FSH
NBT
FSH
NBT
NBT
FSH
FSH
NBT
307m 3.47
Trainer
Early Speed
S Cleary
$8.50
S Cleary
*3.00
S Rimmer
7.00
E Anderson
10.00
M Ellis
4.00
SCRATCHED
—
D Kerr
6.00
M Murphy
5.00
S Ellis
9.00
I Bonham
21.00
TIPS: DuRAMA MISSIlE 2, Esther’s Ruby 3, Shakey Ellie 5,
Raglan Revolver 8.
Thedogs.com.au says: DuRama missile (2) has been very consistant
and is very close to a win. Can improve on his last start. Other chances
are esTeR’s Ruby (3) and shakey elle (5), who was a solid third
last outing.
R2
fifty 8 george stakes
450m 4.02
$1230 Mixed Maiden/Grade 5 (0-2 Wins)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R 233
R 5434
R 3714
R 7283
R 8347
R 2434
R 2F76
R 7537
R 6876
bunDy a blaze
TiTle shoT
la gRan nina
miTch caRgo
unDeR sea
lil’ miss maRka
calyPso silveR
WaTTo shoW
classy baRacus (r)
NBT
FSTD
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
FSTD
P
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S
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S
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Braddon
Kerr
Albon
Steel
Anderson
Albon
Cleary
Anderson
Hopkins
*3.00
16.00
7.00
13.00
1 1 .00
5.00
4.00
9.00
21.00
TIPS: BuNDy A BlAzE 1, Calypso Silver 7, lil’ Miss Marka 6,
la Gran Nina 3.
Thedogs.com.au says: The 3 trials by bunDy a blaze (1) have only
be fair but he does have the rails in what looks an open affair so for
that reason he’s the on top selection. calyPso silveR (7) was a
good 2nd here last start from the 7 so off the same draw she’s likely
to take beating once again, with the consistent lil’ miss maRka (6)
and la gRan nina (3) next best.
R3
ladbrokes cash in stakes 307m 4.27
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 6534
R 5238
R 5366
R 2332
R 4336
R 4555
R 7624
R 3442
R 4554
R 8638
Jazz uP TRon
PlayeRs key
sheza goof
Diva Rose caRgo
angelica caRgo
Dyna saiRi
subzeRo cell
ReciPRocal
chaos kiD (r)
vinTage memoRies (r)
18.05Q
17.79
NBT
17.98
NBT
18.02Q
17.88
17.82
NBT
NBT
G
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R
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G
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McAlister
Stevenson
Stevenson
Sonter
Sonter
Herbert
Hopkins
Conwell
Gold
Trappett
13.00
1 1 .00
9.00
*2.80
16.00
7.00
5.00
4.00
21.00
21.00
TIPS: DIvA ROSE CARGO 4, Reciprocal 8, Subzero Cell 7, Dyna Sairi 6.
Thedogs.com.au says: Diva Rose caRgo (4) isn’t well drawn in the
blue but she’s rarely to far away in her races and has enough early
pace to prove hard to beat in what looks another open race. ReciPRocal (8) is also consistent and is well boxed wide, he appeals as the
obvious danger ahead of subzeRo cell (7) and Dyna saiRi (6).
R4
ladbrokes multimaker stks 618m 4.42
$1310 Grade 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 5327
R 8164
R
R 4557
R 3745
R
R 6454
R 8764
Pikey PRince
lil Doll
vacanT box
DaRk RunneR
Toyko Rose
vacanT box
someRs lane
DuRama sunseT
FSH
37.16
J Hill
C Rushworth
5.00
*2.30
NBT
NBT
S Hopkins
S Hopkins
3.30
1 1 .00
NBT S Cleary
FSTD S Cleary
9.00
7.00
TIPS: lIl DOll 2, Dark Runner 4, Pikey Prince 1, Durama Sunset 8.
Thedogs.com.au says: There isn’t a great deal of form to recommend
any runner in the fourth, however both lil Doll (2) and DaRk RunneR (4) will handle the trip so for that reason there the on top selections in that order but it could go either way without surprising. Pikey
PRince (1) and DuRama sunseT (8) are capable of filling the minor
placings.
R5
ladbrokes cash in stakes 307m 5.07
$1010 Mixed 4/5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R 1 1 66
R 2628
R 8343
R 8434
R 4355
R 1437
R 8346
R 3557
R 7765
R 4766
collyWooD
shoe in
felony one
DuRama mysTic
biggeR Then Them
zulu sunseT
zulu zoom
Royal blenD
mossman (r)
hiReWiRe giRl (r)
17.84
18.14
18.24
17.64
18.02
17.98
18.19
17.63
18.40
NBT
S Cleary
M Green
T Trappett
S Cleary
S Hopkins
F Herbert
F Herbert
J Brain
G Sheather
W Marriott
5.00
*3.00
4.00
1 1 .00
16.00
7.00
9.00
13.00
21.00
21.00
TIPS: SHOE IN 2, Felony One 3, Collywood 1, zulu Sunset 6.
Thedogs.com.au says: shoe in (2) has been mixing his form lately
at Richmond but he’s been freshened since his last run and is already
a winner here, while fresh he’s likely to take catching. felony one
(3) has early pace and has been racing consistently for a while now,
he appeals as the main danger ahead of collyWooD (1) and zulu
sunseT (6).
gRafTon
GREyHOuNDS
1 mixed mdn/grade 5 480m 6.35
1 126 kalahaRi Queen 28.23
2 615 eye haTe cake NBT
3 635 eye like cake FSH
4 446 suPReme flash NBT
5 825 kRisTy’s oRa FSTD
6 555 kabooshka NBT
7 386 kRabalis NBT
8 444 fly nighT FSH
9 636 bonnie nose besT (r) NBT
TIPS: KAlAHARI QuEEN 1, Eye
Fly Night 8, Kabooshka 6.
2 grade 5
1 624
2 625
3 557
4 815
5 653
6 766
7 542
305m 6.57
folloW The angel NBT
bonny Doon gee 18.07
evey bonus NBT
Rock The RoaD 17.54
she’s gooD 17.91
Real WickeD 17.71
miDnighT To one NBT
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F Jamieson 8
W Blanch 26
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M Bourne 34
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$1150 Non Graded
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 4627
R 1655
R 2464
R 21 1 5
R 3171
R 2521
R 1614
R 5566
Queen TaRo
fReneTic
myRniong RockeT
Tony TaRo
gRizzly aDams
We’ll soon knoW
magic blaze
minnesoTa miss
G Bennett 15
J Northfield 26
E Harris
34
B Hastie *2.5
S Keep
3
S Kempshall 8
C McPhee 21
17.50
17.69
17.49
17.55
17.43
17.69
17.75
17.72
D Foley
M Wicks
B O’Neil
D Foley
M Wicks
J Mooney
S Stedman
D Wort
6.50
10.00
14.00
*2.50
3.50
8.00
12.00
16.00
TIPS: TONy TARO 4, Grizzly Adams 5, Queen Taro 1,
We’ll Soon Know 6.
Thedogs.com.au says: Despite his last start defeat Tony TaRo (4) is
racing in outstanding form and has the pace to handle all draws, he’ll
improve and be very hard to hold out in the sixth. gRizzly aDams (5)
is also racing well and has no trouble with middle draws, he’s the clear
danger from the veteran Queen TaRo (1) and We’ll soon knoW (6).
R7
ladbrokes odds boost
$1230 Masters Grade 1/2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 7476
R 2821
R 7222
R 6868
R
R 4262
R 3561
R 1541
no beaR
heza boheRna
can’T be Done
angelic hanD
vacanT box
goTTa be mac
shoulD of lisTen
kihael koalmina
26.12
25.72
25.69
NBT
450m 5.47
J Gebrail
y Gee
M Wicks
J Gebrail
16.00
5.50
3.50
13.00
10.00
10.00
8.00
*2.50
26.22 R Webb
26.01 D Kerr
25.57Q K Hyde
TIPS: KIHAEl KOAlMINA 8, Can’t Be Done 3, Heza Boherna 2,
Should Of listen 7.
Thedogs.com.au says: The classy kihael koalmina (8) has been
freshened since his last start easy Richmond victory and he’s never
finished out of a place here over the 450m so there’s no reason he
can’t win again. He won’t have things all his own way though with both
can’T be Done (3) and heza boheRna (2) racing well and also with
good record at the trip.
R8
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R 4337
R 4564
R 5563
R 3535
R 1631
R 2253
R 1 1 71
R 7554
DeRvanDo
JacobiTe Jye
one moRe Rum
haila kihael
alabana
Joybelle
JacobiTe sWifT
blue JeDi
26.36
26.18
26.06
NBT
26.51Q
26.29
26.30
26.72
450m 6.02
S Cleary
D Kerr
B O’Neil
J Gebrail
G McAlister
J Barrass
J Kerr
J Gebrail
14.00
8.00
6.50
12.00
3.50
10.00
*2.50
16.00
TIPS: JACOBITE SWIFT 7, Alabana 5, One More Rum 3,
Jacobite Jye 2.
Thedogs.com.au says: JacobiTe sWifT (7) had little go right in the
early stages when last here on Dec 31 but her form before that was
top class and she has the pace to lead here so is the on top selection.
It’s an open affair outside of the black with alabana (5), one moRe
Rum (3) and JacobiTe Jye (2) all capable of figuring in the finish.
R9
ladbrokes cash out
$970 Grade 5
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9
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R 3375
R 6774
R 3284
R 5355
R 7764
R 4617
R 4145
R 4627
R 8638
R 1546
aDoRable ambeR
aunTy Jabba JaWs
gyPsy’s magic
JacobiTe fancy
inneR caRgo
DainTRee lilli
suPeRciTy sTaR
Whiz
vinTage memoRies (r)
RunaWay PasTizzi (r)
NBT
NBT
NBT
FSTD
18.06
NBT
NBT
FSH
NBT
NBT
307m
W Marriott
B O’Neil
S Stedman
J Kerr
J Steel
E Anderson
J Gatt
J Gebrail
T Trappett
D Wort
6.18
16.00
4.00
5.00
7.00
*3.00
1 1 .00
9.00
13.00
21.00
21.00
TIPS: INNER CARGO 5, Aunty Jabba Jaws 2, Gypsy’s Magic 3,
Jacobite Fancy 4.
Thedogs.com.au says: inneR caRgo (5) resumed with a fourth here
last week but he runs his best races over the 307m so is worth another chance in what looks to be another open affair. aunTy Jabba
JaWs (2) is better a bit wider but is lightly raced and is promising,
she appeals as the likely danger ahead of gyPsy’s magic (3) and
JacobiTe fancy (4).
R10 ladbrokes Pathways
R 8268
R 4856
R 3886
R 7647
R 8875
R 4456
R 5456
R 4546
R 4766
R 1546
307m 6.38
amahPouR
cosmic sPeeDWay
miss PaTch
Jim The WeaPon
Phoenix lass
TimeTable
TuxeDo Jack
Dana mousey
hiReWiRe giRl (r)
RunaWay PasTizzi (r)
NBT
18.05
NBT
NBT
18.15Q
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
R Gold
R Stevenson
E Anderson
G Sheather
I Stanford
P Barnes
R Gold
G Sheather
W Marriott
D Wort
*3.00
1 1 .00
4.00
7.00
13.00
5.00
16.00
9.00
21.00
21.00
TIPS: AMAHPOuR 1, Miss Patch 3, Timetable 6, Jim The Weapon 4.
Thedogs.com.au says: It’s hard to get enthusiastic about any runner in
the last so the on top selection is for amahPouR (1) simply because
he is suited in the red with Cosmic Speedway drawn on his outside.
There’s no shortage of other chances though including miss PaTch
(3), TimeTable (6) and Jim The WeaPon (4) who doesn’t win often
but runs plenty of placings.
3 masters grade 3 407m
Bx
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R 7673
R 8632
R 352
R
31
R 32
R 2333
R 8758
R 5765
R 7774
R 7777
Dog
angelic sam
my bRo baRDo
uno sliPPeR
bonaseRa
banJo Rufus
sTilTon Rush
fanTasTic boyD
belly bag
WambeRal boy (r)
lagoona blue (r)
7.18
1 433 DaRk cosmos 23.31
E Harris
4
2 721 cRoW nulla NBT
G Northfield4.5
3 34F comanche counTy 23.28 B Northfield 7
21
4 463 nine millimeTRe 23.32 E Harris
5 742 kingsbRae maRia FSTD J Northfield *3.5
11
6 652 magic Rae Rose 24.13 D lowe
7 365 black only bonus NBT E Harris
17
8 734 big PRince 23.60
J Northfield 5
TIPS: KINGSBRAE MARIA 5, Dark Cosmos 1,
Big Prince 8, Crow Nulla 2.
305m 7.36
1 228 Reggie mulWee NBT B Ellis
6
2 123 neeD a miRacle NBT S Keep
5
3 253 Jimmy sTinTson 17.96 J Northfield 21
4 678 la JayDo zulu NBT S Kempshall 13
5 F15 feaR beTTy 17.82
S Keep
11
6 724 legenD man 17.73
T Rice
4
S Kempshall *2.5
7 1 1 1 floki JaPPa 17.76Q
17
8 678 cakes all RounD NBT S Neary
9 627 minTaRa (r) 17.59
M Ellis
7
10 156 bee bee aPPeal (r) FSH J Carter
34
TIPS: FlOKI JAPPA 7, legend Man 6,
Reggie Mulwee 1, Need A Miracle 2.
5 mixed 4/5
1 714
2 343
3 615
4 231
5 133
6 423
7 426
8 6F8
9 758
10 366
305m 8.00
kago 17.62Q
TuRneR buRneR 17.80
minnie maDge 17.77
hiPPie TRenD 17.58
black TaPPeR 17.74
Push me 17.67
oRaRa sal NBT
shilo valley FSTD
JeDi Rumble (r) NBT
Dee WashingTon (r) NBT
K
S
G
B
S
B
G
D
S
T
Bates
7
Kempshall 13
Mills
15
Northfield 21
Keep
5
Ellis
3.5
Smith
11
Winters *3
Keep
34
Rice
34
TIPS: SHIlO vAllEy 8, Push Me 6,
Black Tapper 5, Kago 1.
6 mixed 4/5
1 654
2 434
3 612
4 474
5 122
6 335
7 437
8 363
9 444
407m
valley knockin’ 22.98
canDy sWiRl 23.40
nash bonus 23.27
aRch Rival FSH
aRnhem mayhem FSH
hiDDen sniPeR 23.10
TRanQuil manu 23.37
PaT’s TheRe 23.64Q
beRgaRi (r) FSH
8.21
D Winters 3.5
K Neave
21
E Harris
6
T Hindmarsh 15
J Hosking *3
M Ellis
4
G Robertson 13
K Bates
21
M Emery
9
TIPS: ARNHEM MAyHEM 5, valley Knockin’ 1,
Hidden Sniper 6, Nash Bonus 3.
PB
NBT
FSH
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
FSH
NBT
FSH
22.46Q
Trainer
J Grech
B Barton
K Midson
J Scerri
R Arnold
P Goodsell
D Browne
J Davis
D Browne
A Dow
Early Speed
$31.00
3.00
12.00
*2.50
6.50
3.80
31.00
41.00
41.00
41.00
TIPS: BONASERA 4, My Bro Bardo 2, Stilton Rush 6, Banjo Rufus 5.
Thedogs.com.au says: bonaseRa (4) First starter. looks well place
here on debut. Has trialed here in time of 21.35. Chance. my bRo
baRDo (2) Not a great deal of pace in this race and could get a nice
run if jumps well. Chance. sTilTon Rush (6) Has ability to show up
in a race like this but can be touch risky. Chance. banJo Rufus (5)
First starter. Each way chance.
R2
ladbrokes back yourself 365m 6.45
$1845 Grade 5
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R 4752
R 6246
R 8285
R 212
R 3221
R 4368
R 3526
R 1213
R 7883
R
18
ReD miDnighT
Double flash
mounT boyce
TuRPy RoaD
eliTe foRce
oRlanDo boom
miss foRTy
JebRynah gReen
ReD sPRing sTaR (r)
el gRanD PaRking (r)
21.13
20.72
21.36
21.1 1
21.10
21.47
21.13
21.33Q
21.35
FSH
D Ruse
S Fleming
C Micallef
F Goodwin
F Goodwin
K Midson
D Ruse
R Matic
B Shoobert
M Knowles
12.00
6.00
16.00
8.50
4.50
21.00
6.50
*2.30
21.00
16.00
TIPS: JEBRyNAH GREEN 8, Elite Force 5, Double Flash 2,
Miss Forty 7.
Thedogs.com.au says: JebRynah gReen (8) Having first run on
track. Has run some good races around Bulli and looks the one to beat
here if brings form to Nowra. Good chance. eliTe foRce (5) last
start winner here at Nowra over this distance when lead all the way in
time of 21.10. looks the main danger. Double flash (2) Has ability
to win. miss foRTy (7) Each way.
R3
shoalhaven shuttle sprint 365m 7.06
$2250 Mixed 4/5
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R 4214
R 5675
R 8673
R 2145
R 5534
R 2176
R 241 1
R 7166
R 7175
R 8634
fubRe
Winsome sTRiDe
Thomas Jay
TigeR Tokaam
mounT ginini
bugaTTi Reign
suPeRfasT love
famous PRince
no moRe (r)
RenoiR (r)
NBT
20.97
FSH
FSH
21.04
FSH
20.37
20.68
21.20
20.91
S Ngurah
M Burton
M Martin
M Martin
C Micallef
J Davis
R Matic
SCRATCHED
D Ruse
F Goodwin
31.00
21.00
12.00
12.00
51.00
4.00
*1.40
—
21.00
21.00
TIPS: SuPERFAST lOvE 7, Bugatti Reign 6, Thomas Jay 3,
Tiger Tokaam 4.
Thedogs.com.au says: suPeRfasT love (7) Absolutely flew here at
Nowra last start when jumped well and showed good pace to lead all the
way in very fast time of 20.37. Hard to beat. bugaTTi Reign (6) Drawn
inside dog with speed so will need touch of luck early out of the boxes.
Does looks the main danger. Thomas Jay (3) First up on track. Each
way. TigeR Tokaam (4) Next
R4
nowra city holden stakes 520m 7.30
$3075 Grade 5
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3
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R 5643
R 2621
R 6232
W 1412
R 41 1 4
R 4627
R 2424
R 4145
bugaTTi QuesT
sTilTon sTeve
baD Ronnie
WhaTa key
beanie allen
gooD ThunDeR
Pozzie
laTe nighT lageR
FSH
30.70Q
NBT
30.08
FSH
30.19
FSTD
30.24
J Davis
D Carter
C Sheridan
A Mulrine
G Sheather
S Fitch
B Barton
C Williams
16.00
5.50
4.50
*2.80
8.00
21.00
8.00
8.00
TIPS: WHATA KEy 4, Bad Ronnie 3, Stilton Steve 2, Beanie Allen 5.
Thedogs.com.au says: WhaTa key (4) Can jump and show pace to lead
this race. looks the one to beat with clean start. baD Ronnie (3) Step
up in distance should suit better and does have ability to win this race.
sTilTon sTeve (2) Chance if jumps well and finds the rails early. Each
way chance. beanie allen (5) Each way chance.
R5
les Thompson memorial
$6500 Maiden Final
$970 Grade 5
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shoalhaven adoption Program 365m 6.22
$1275 Maiden
bathurst Rsl club stakes 307m 5.22
8 277 heRe’s molly 17.75
F Jamieson 4
9 348 TRenDy TRalee (r) NBT P Midson 34
10 837 Queenie Too (r) NBT G Mighell 34
TIPS: ROCK THE ROAD 4, She’s Good 5,
Here’s Molly 8, Real Wicked 6.
4 grade 5
R1
best bet: Jacobite Swift (Race 8)
value bet: Queen Taro (Race 6)
$1310 Mixed 4/5
$970 Grade 5
noWRa
gReyhounDs
BATHURST
GREYHOUNDS
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R 1253
R 2133
R 344
R 3221
R 3331
R 2215
R 1 1 22
R 7226
R 2235
blue nail
WheRe’s ella
Regal TWisT
hoT chilli
Winsome bRayDen
massimo osTi
Poca JebRynah
Winnie The Que
baba yaga (r)
shaDy bReTT (r)
31.1 1 Q
NBT
30.81Q
NBT
30.46
30.37
NBT
NBT
NBT
NBT
520m
7.51
C Swan
G Edwards
G Edwards
K Burnett
J Finn
A Dwyer
R Matic
M Clayton
B Barnes
R Matic
*3.00
21.00
12.00
6.50
5.00
3.50
21.00
8.00
31.00
12.00
TIPS: BluE NAIl 1, Massimo Osti 6, Winsome Brayden 5, Hot Chilli 4.
Thedogs.com.au says: blue nail (1) Can be moderately away and
does want to get off the track early so will need luck from an inside draw but does look good chance with clean run. massimo osTi
(6) last start winner running time of 30.37. Chance if jumps well and
comes out running. Winsome bRayDen (5) Will need some luck in running. Each way. hoT chilli (4) Each way.
7 mixed 4/5
1 71 1
2 321
3 725
4 642
5 133
6 755
7 553
8 426
9 686
10 564
480m 8.45
golDman valley NBT
lucille Rumble 27.74
nilly nelly NBT
Ten To DReam NBT
boRasic valley 27.77
gRasseTTo FSH
no moRe cake NBT
saPPho 27.65
al bRuTon (r) FSH
Pink axle (r) FSTD
D Winters
5
S Keep
4
C McPhee
6
S Keep
13
P Marsh *2.7
M Emery
21
11
S Neary
G Northfield 26
E Raeburn 34
J King
21
TIPS: BORASIC vAllEy 5, Nilly Nelly 3,
lucille Rumble 2, Goldman valley 1.
8 free for all
1 667
2 322
3 774
4 185
5 221
6 114
7 13F
8 115
305m 9.03
lil macie bReeze FSTD
WaR aT miDnighT 17.33
foRgoTTen valley 17.52
luca bazooka FSTD
hummin gun 17.33
blusTa valley 17.38
black lee bonus 17.87
PiecosT 17.39Q
G Northfield 17
R Gardoll
4
K Bates
11
T Rice
7
S Kempshall*2.8
K Bates
8
E Harris
26
T Hindmarsh 5
TIPS: HuMMIN GuN 5, War At Midnight 2,
Blusta valley 6, Piecost 8.
9 grade 5
1 848
2 27F
3 537
4 356
5 F68
6 273
7 228
8 734
9 144
10 347
TIPS AND QUICKPICKS BY THEDOGS.COM.AU
best bet: Walkaway Plastic (Race 6)
value bet: Blue Nail (Race 5)
R6
Premium Tyre service nowra 520m
$3230 Mixed 4/5
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3
4
5
6
7
8
R 2375
R 3832
R 6244
R 1233
R 3843
R 8881
R 3176
R 4124
sounD of belles
gascoigne
elzy lay
WalkaWay PlasTic
lucky onyx
osTi influence
bRinDle bay
TWo Times TWice
B Campbell
C O’Brien
J Fisher
M Clayton
B Grant
A Dwyer
K Midson
J Finn
31.00
3.50
16.00
*2.30
31.00
8.00
16.00
4.00
TIPS: WAlKAWAy PlASTIC 4, Gascoigne 2, Two Times Twice 8,
Osti Influence 6.
Thedogs.com.au says: WalkWay PlasTic (4) Not a great deal of pace
in this race so should be able to get a nice run and looks the one to
beat. Good chance. gascoigne (2) Good beginner who can jump and
show pace. Will give them something to catch out in front. Chance. TWo
Times TWice (8) Strong dog who will give this a shake with a clean run.
osTi influence (6) Each way.
R7
greg myers memorial
$4240 Non Graded
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R 51 1 3
R 2222
R 1642
R 1 1 31
R 2521
R 41 1 2
R 1 1 21
R 4733
R 3843
R 1414
book of luck
sienna gRanD
sTilTon sox
fieRce fRan
Winsome cuRRency
liTTle JebRynah
banJo Tifia
nova flash
lucky onyx (r)
Timely TuneD (r)
NBT
30.54
30.13
29.93
30.27
29.76
30.17
30.31
30.42
30.26
520m 8.36
C Sheridan
D Hall
P Goodsell
M Clayton
M Burton
R Matic
C O’Brien
F Goodwin
B Grant
F Goodwin
4.50
21.00
5.00
6.00
16.00
*3.50
8.00
8.00
41.00
31.00
TIPS: lITTlE JEBRyNAH 6, Book Of luck 1, Stilton Sox 3,
Fierce Fran 4.
Thedogs.com.au says: liTTle JebRynah (6) Big run here last start
when had no luck in running. Could get a nice run following Winsome
Currency early and looks the one to beat with clean run. Good chance.
book of luck (1) Can improve with touch of luck early. Chance.
sTilTon sox (3) Chance with clean run. fieRce fRan (4) Can show
pace. Chance.
R8
Douglas Transport nowra 520m 8.57
$3075 Grade 5
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8
R 1 1 26
R 7156
R 3538
R 7645
R 1521
R 1414
R 2436
R 1656
TomeRong TeRRoR
sTilTon henRy
Dish RunneR
cheeky bella
keysile
Timely TuneD
cannon Run
mounT fRanklin
30.10
30.38
30.58
NBT
NBT
30.26
30.23
30.42
F Goodwin
S Forner
M Spiteri
M Spiteri
A Mulrine
F Goodwin
M Burton
C Micallef
*2.00
21.00
21.00
31.00
4.00
4.50
21.00
12.00
TIPS: TOMERONG TERROR 1, Keysile 5, Timely Tuned 6,
Mount Franklin 8.
Thedogs.com.au says: TomeRong TeRRoR (1) Has ability to win this
race and does looks well boxed jumping from the rails. Hard to beat.
keysile (5) Winner last start here at nowra over the 365m trip. Step
up in distance should not worry and looks chance if jumps well. Timely
TuneD (6) Will need some luck trying to cross early. Chance. mounT
fRanklin (8) Roughie.
R9
grnsw masters stakes
$3075 Masters Grade 3
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8
R 3354
R 7346
R 5586
R 6342
R
R 5386
R 3275
R 3557
ToPPeR miss
bella can Do
back on ToP
Takahi max
vacanT box
TiggeRlong eve
ToPPeR soho
sTaRbuRsT bassy
520m
9.21
NBT
NBT
FSTD
NBT
F Harris
M Spiteri
R Hatton
J Bertinato
12.00
6.00
31.00
*2.50
NBT
NBT
NBT
S Pulbrook
F Harris
D Browne
4.00
4.50
12.00
TIPS: TAKAHI MAx 4, Tiggerlong Eve 6, Topper Soho 7,
Bella Can Do 2.
Thedogs.com.au says: Takahi max (4) Can jump and show pace for
this type of race. Has ability to win and looks the one to beat with
clean start. TiggeRlong eve (6) Can jump and show pace for this
type of race. Has ability to win and looks the one to beat with clean
start. ToPPeR soho (7) Chance if jumps well and comes out running.
bella can Do (2) Next.
R10 ladbrokes odds boost
$1845 Grade 5
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3
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R 5226
R 1 1 21
R 4355
R 4313
R 3315
R 1111
R 7163
R 4123
R 5542
R 4777
kim Run fasT
Pick a TickeT
magPie Joey
unRusheD
DRoPPing Jam
PainTeD smile
aiRcaPT laDy
sWeeT molly
boRn To DominaTe (r)
cReole (r)
NBT
21.01
FSTD
FSH
21.20
20.98
FSH
21.55
20.93
21.14
S
R
D
G
G
D
G
A
G
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365m 9.42
Pulbrook
Hatton
Ruse
Sheather
Hughes
Warren
Sheather
Maxwell
Hughes
Fahey
31.00
4.50
12.00
5.50
8.00
*1.80
16.00
31.00
12.00
31.00
TIPS: PAINTED SMIlE 6, Pick A Ticket 2, unrushed 4,
Dropping Jam 5.
Thedogs.com.au says: PainTeD smile (6) Can jump and show good
pace. In flying form winning 4 from 4. Will be hard to beat here with
a clean run. The one to beat. Pick a TickeT (2) last start winner
here at nowra over this distance running time of 21.01. Runs into smart
dog here. Chance. unRusheD (4) Has ability, chance on best efforts.
DRoPPing Jam (5) Next.
305m 9.27
sWifT TRalee FSH
she’s invicTive NBT
ReD ReD Wine 17.84
flossie blue 17.62
slice of cake NBT
hiP hoP hoPe FSTD
Push me PeDRo 17.79
Rocky valley FSTD
sPunky QualiTy (r) FSTD
Tina’s love (r) FSTD
P Midson
J Roche
J Ellem
I Woods
S Neary
S Keep
B Ellis
D Winters
J Carter
J Carter
26
6
21
3.5
34
13
*3
4
34
26
TIPS: ROCKy vAllEy 8, Push Me Pedro 7,
Flossie Blue 4, She’s Invictive 2.
10 masters grade 3 407m
1 445
2 654
3 883
4 866
5 457
6 647
7 686
8 457
30.73Q
30.00
30.18
30.12
30.42
29.87
30.18
FSH
8.15
Pink imPacT NBT
kilmisTeR NBT
TRanQuil sasha 23.28
heaD shy 22.87
vision Time 23.33
RosemounT buDDy NBT
TooThless sTeve 23.85
yo vale NBT
9.51
J Gallaway 3.5
W Kempshall 4
G Robertson 5
F Jamieson 21
R Bender *2.6
G Northfield 34
G Northfield 17
G Northfield 26
TIPS: vISION TIME 5, Pink Impact 1,
Kilmister 2, Tranquil Sasha 3.
11 grade 5
305m 10.09
1 657 sTickeR lickeR 18.09 P Fraser
34
2 588 molly lynDan NBT
T Jordan 3.5
3 568 he’s goT sTeel NBT M Bourne
15
4 664 ciTy hoPe 17.68
D Casey *2.2
5 356 fiRe Rush NBT
J Roche
26
6 868 counTRy maRny 17.99 D Casey 4.5
7 567 DaRk knighT NBT
P Midson
21
8 777 lucy lizzie NBT
S Keep
8
9 347 Tina’s love (r) FSTD J Carter
21
10 837 Queenie Too (r) NBT G Mighell 26
TIPS: CITy HOPE 4, Molly lyndan 2,
Country Marny 6, lucy lizzie 8.
12 grade 5
407m 10.27
1 162 PaPeR TigeR NBT
J Roche
21
2 264 kingsbRae Deb NBT J Northfield *2.8
3 61 1 niTRo flaRe 23.42
P Midson
3
4 572 aRcTic villain NBT G Bennett 4.5
5 573 mR. Deeks NBT
P Midson
17
6 814 allonsy abby NBT S Cartwright26
7 444 ToP flash 23.76
S Keep
13
8 651 kiaRni TeRRy 24.01
J Roche
7
9 568 olD Dominion (r) NBT G Robertson 5
10 444 beRgaRi (r) FSH
M Emery
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England captain Root has close-up look at Australia’s future and he’s worried
EXCLUSIVE
JULIAN LINDEN
JOE Root has had a close look
at the future of Australian
cricket and he’s worried about
what he has just seen.
The Australian team might
be plunging headfirst towards
rock bottom against India but
England’s Test skipper fears
his Ashes rivals are about to
bounce back stronger than
ever with a new generation of
emerging stars.
After spending the past
month behind enemy lines
playing for the Sydney Thunder, Root has been blown away
by the quality of Australian
players coming through the
ranks, particularly his Thunder
teammate Jason Sangha.
Root has been mentoring
the Australian teenager during
his brief stint in the Big Bash
but already thinks he might
regret helping him out.
“I think he could be someone to come back to haunt me
as the England captain in the
future,” Root said.
Root isn’t under any obligation to help nurture Australia’s next generation but said
he wanted to give something
back to the Thunder for signing him up, even if it did mean
giving a leg-up to England’s
Ashes adversary.
“It’s so easy just to look after
your own game but I just
wanted to try and give as much
information as possible that
might be useful to them,” Root
said.
“There are some really exciting young players that are
learning very, very quickly and
are very bright prospects for
Australian cricket.”
Sangha has long been anointed as a future international
and while Root is mindful of
not wanting to heap any extra
pressure on him, he has become a true believer.
He first saw Sangha’s incredible potential when the
then 18-year-old scored his
Joe Root (right) and Thunder
young gun Jason Sangha.
maiden first-class century
against the touring Englishmen in 2017 and has been even
more impressed after playing
alongside him with the Thunder.
“I think he’s fully deserving
of all the plaudits and the big
tags put on him but his biggest
challenge will be to live up to
that,” Root said.
“He’s a very talented young
player and he’s going to have
to understand that people will
expect big things from him.
“But he’s also got to realise
that as a young guy learning
the game, he’s not going to get
it right every time.
“In saying that, it’s really
good to see him go about his
business.
“He has a great work ethic,
he’s very keen to learn and has
great ability, so when you’ve
Sixers batsmen Joe Denly
(left) and Josh Philippe
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elebrate after defeating
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the Strikers last night
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ABOVE AVERAGE JOE HELPS
CHASE DOWN STRIKERS
JOE Denly made an emphatic
return to form to lift the Sydney
Sixers to a six-wicket triumph
over the Adelaide Strikers and
second spot on the BBL ladder.
Englishman Denly (76 not out)
last night guided the Sixers to
their first victory over the
Strikers in four seasons with 10
deliveries remaining.
The asking rate always
appeared within reach while
Denly was in the middle before
effervescent wicketkeeper Josh
Philippe (30 not out) turned the
chase into a cakewalk in front of
31,810 fans at Adelaide Oval.
Denly absorbed the early
departure of fellow opener Justin
Avendano, who fell for a duck,
and along with Daniel Hughes
(24) put the Strikers to the
sword.
Liam O’Connor ended the
threatening partnership with a
wrong ‘un that disturbed the
timber of Hughes before fellow
legspinner Rashid Khan struck
twice in one over.
The Afghan bowler snared
Sixers captain Moises Henriques
got all that then you’re looking
at someone who could be a
really good player.”
The admiration has been
mutual. Before Root arrived in
Sydney, Sangha had already
hatched a plan to pick his
brains but didn’t expect him to
be so generous with his time
and advice.
“He’s an amazing player but
he’s also just a really good person,” Sangha said.
“There’s just nothing he
isn’t willing to help with,
whether it’s something technical to do with cricket or just
chatting about things outside
of the game. I’ve learnt a lot
from him.”
(16) thanks to a wonderful legside stumping from Alex Carey
and then Jordan Silk (one) who
was caught at slip by Matt Short.
Denly, who came into the
match with just 61 BBL runs at
10.16 to his name this summer,
had a life on 33 when Cam
Valente dropped a high, running
return chance. He made the most
of his good fortune in his
matchwinning 60-ball knock
before Philippe broke the back of
the Strikers whose 5-150 always
looked under-par. Jake
Weatherald (50) and Jono Wells
(42no) looked good but the
home side needed more
contributors.
Carey was run out in the
opening over and skipper Colin
Ingram (15) and Short (16) failed
to capitalise on promising starts.
In-form opener Weatherald
held the key for the home side
but he was caught at cover
point off left-arm
spinner Steve
O’Keefe (231).
All-round class as Perry gets Sixers home
Sixers captain Ellyse Perry.
ELLYSE Perry produced a stunning allround captain’s display to pilot the Sydney Sixers to a 32-run away victory
over Perth in their WBBL clash.
After winning the toss and batting
first yesterday in warm conditions at
Lilac Hill, Perry was dominant with the
bat, ball and in the field.
The Sixers, after posting 2-183, dismissed the Scorchers for 151 to consolidate top spot on the ladder.
Perry thumped an unbeaten 80 off
54 deliveries to take her season aggre-
gate to a league-record 617 (at an average of 88.14), moving past the previous
benchmark held by Scorchers captain
Meg Lanning, who compiled 560 runs
in 2015-16.
Perry was content to play second
fiddle at times as Alyssa Healy (44, two
sixes) and Ash Gardner (42, three sixes)
teed off, but the Sixers skipper cranked
up late to set the home side a formidable total.
Perry opened the bowling and took
2-21, capturing Scorchers opener Amy
Jones in her first over before castling
Heather Graham for a golden duck.
She ran out Lauren Ebsary with a direct hit from mid-on before taking a
catch on the circle. Everything Perry
touched turned to gold.
“It was a good opportunity to spend a
bit of time in the middle on such a nice
deck and pretty small outfield,” she said.
Lanning (76 off 51 balls) was heroic
in the Scorchers’ run chase but, aside
from a cameo by Mathilda Carmichael
(19), there wasn’t enough help.
“Ideally, if we could have gone (restricted the Sixers to) 160 or under, that
would have been a good effort,” Lanning said. “But they got off to a flyer and
had wickets in hand towards the end,
which always makes it difficult. We
tried our best. It just wasn’t to be.”
With Elyse Villani and Nicole Bolton not playing, the target always
looked out of reach.
Sarah Aley (2-12) and Lauren Cheatle (2-19) provided invaluable support
with the ball for the irrepressible Perry.
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MORUYA — BRAD DAVIDSON
RACE 1
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They Luke the goods
2. Exceed The Night does look the horse to beat
here, as the market suggests. She is coming out of
maiden grade but she was impressive over this track
and distance last start. 3. Denesc wasn’t far away in
a class 1 over the 1010m here last time out and she
looks the danger, while 1. Revitup Rednut was
beaten three lengths at Canberra last start but did
start favourite there and was runner-up at the
Sapphire Coast the start prior.
Bet: Exceed The Night to win.
BRAD DAVIDSON’S
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BEST BETS
MORUYA
BEST BET
RACE 2
Race 8: No.4 Acton Shale
He was dominant first-up at Wagga and he
should again be hard to beat here, as the
early odds reflect. He trialled well coming in
and the victory was pretty soft first-up.
2. Noble House has been competitive at the
provincials at his past two starts and this looks a
winnable race here. 9. Tipta Josie is likely to get
back a bit here but I liked the way she found the line
over the 1300m here last time out. 11. Indiana Star
seemed to have her chance first up. She has upside
but seems short enough all the same. 4. Clergyman
looks next best.
Bet: Noble House to win.
NEXT BEST
Race 3: No.7 Run Like A Rebel
She won her maiden well at the Sapphire
Coast and then finished second to Irish Lucy
last time out. She draws gate one here and
should be hard to beat.
RACE 3
This looks a nice race for 7. Run Like A Rebel. She
won her maiden well at the Sapphire Coast and then
finished second to Irish Lucy last time out. She
draws gate one here and should be hard to beat. 2.
Ethanicity has only won once in 21 starts but he has
been knocking on the door at his past couple and
gets another chance here. 3. Atomic Blast and 10.
Nunya Bizz look best of the rest.
Bet: Run Like A Rebel to win.
Race 7: No.8 Belle Tournure
She has won both her starts back from a
spell and there’s no reason she can’t run
a big race here. She again gets in with no
weight on her back and should run well.
RACE 4
1st leg: 2, 3, 5, 10. 2nd leg: 1, 2.
3rd leg: 4, 6, 8, 9. 4th leg: 4.
VALUE
QUADDIE
3. Francisco Pizaro put in a great effort to finish a
close second on debut at Wagga last preparation
and he has had a pretty soft trial coming into this.
He needs to overcome the wide draw but showed
speed early on debut and again at his recent trial.
The trainer of 2. Eurosay thought enough of him
to run him at Warwick Farm last start back in
September and he will find this much easier. 6.
Devine Shen has trialled up well enough to be
competitive on debut, while 7. Fabulous Fran looks
next best.
Bett: Francisco Pizaro to win.
RACE 5
Competitive race this. 3. First Courrier has been
pretty good this preparation and he was only beaten
.3 of a length last start. He bumped into Miss Jenny
prior and was a winner first up at Kembla Grange.
2. Only Choice looks ready to peak fourth up, while
5. Tag And Release was really good in that strong
Highway race Moobi won at Warwick Farm last start.
I would have him on top if it was wet and that
performance was on a wet track. 10. Tipta Tantivy
for the multiples.
Bet: Boxed quinella 2, 3, 5.
RACE 6
Happy to stick with 1. Count Dekroner at the better
odds here. I know 2. Leami Astray gets a 2kg swing
in the weights from last start but he still had her
measure last start by a length. He has a great record
at this track. Leami Astray has been competitive
at Saturday city level in Sydney in the past and
looks the danger. 5. Tiger By The Tale and 6.
Fermanagh Lad look next best.
Bet: Count Dekroner to win; quinella 1, 2.
RACE 7
8. Belle Tournure has won both her starts back
from a spell and there’s no reason she can’t run a big
race here. She gets in with no weight on her back
again and should run well. 4. Cuba almost beat
subsequent winner Fuchu last start and that looks
solid form for this. Former Godolphin horse 6.
Animalia was a good winner first up for the Matt
Dale yard and he was saved from a race at
Kensington on Saturday for this. 9. Nagging will be
running on.
Bet: Belle Tournure each-way.
RACE 8
4. Acton Shale was dominant first-up at Wagga and
he should be hard to beat here again as the early
odds reflect. He trialled well coming in and the
victory was pretty soft first up. 11. Classic Conquest
and 2. Balonne look the dangers but this is all about
Acton Shale and he should be able to progress here.
Bet: Acton Shale to win.
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TRAINER TO FOLLOW
Matt Dale is always a trainer to follow
around this region and he has a few good
chances today.
JOCKEY TO FOLLOW
Mitchell Bell has a strong book of rides.
The Luke Pepper-trained Appoint Percy is one of numerous chances in today’s $50,000 Moruya Cup. Picture: Simon Bullard
SHAYNE O’CASS
MORUYA TODAY
THE two Lukes, Price and Pepper,
have declared their respective
Town Plate and Moruya Cup
charges, Leami Astray and Appoint
Percy, are spot on for today’s cofeatures.
Track specialist Leami Astray is
expected to start a pronounced
favourite in the Town Plate for
Kembla father-and-son duo Robert and Luke Price.
The daughter of Darci Brahmi is
something of a track specialist having introduced herself with a blazing display of pace and speed to win
her 920m debut by more than five
lengths in course record time.
“She gets herself a bit hot going
to the races and we find that travel-
ling down the coast she is a hell of a
lot better than going to the city,’’
Price said.
“There’s no stop-start for her in
the float in the traffic lights on the
way down to Moruya like there is
in Sydney and she races well down
there, plus it’s a little bit easier
grade.’’
Leami Astray has maintained
her usual high level of consistency
throughout her current campaign,
which includes three metropolitan
placings and a fifth behind boom
mare Seasons at Rosehill.
“She has had a long preparation
but she hasn’t looked like training
off,’’ Price said.
“She goes out in a small paddock
every day. She is pretty spoilt down
there on the farm at Camberwarra.
“Her work has been pretty
much top-notch since her last run,
so I’m happy with her.’’
While punters have Leami
Astray clearly on top in the Town
Plate, the $50,000 Moruya Cup
(1425m) shapes as a much more
competitive affair with numerous
chances.
Chief among them is former
Kiwi galloper Appoint Percy, who
is trained by one-time “Moruya
boy” Luke Pepper, now based at
Canberra.
Pepper, who travelled the world
as Takeover Target’s work rider,
won back-to-back Moruya Cups
with Ilringya in 2011 and 2012 as
well as a handful of other Cups up
and down the south coast.
Pepper remains bullish about
the prospects of the recent Mudgee
Cup runner-up Appoint Percy in
the 2019 feature despite his wide
draw.
“I thought his run in town the
other day was exceptional,’’ Pepper
said. “They really ran along early
and he had to do a ton of work.
“He gave some cheek coming up
over the rise but he was always
going to be found wanting late.
“You bring that type of run to a
race like this and you’d think he’d
be right in the finish.
“I know what it takes to win the
Moruya Cup and he profiles very
well.
“He is in a purple patch of form.
We have had our dramas with this
horse over a period of time, so it’s
good to have him going back at his
best.
“I think he is going better than
ever at the moment.”
You would think Newman’s on a winner with Response
SHAYNE O’CASS
KEMPSEY TODAY
FLEDGLING owner-breeder Joe
Newman can kick-start his new
thoroughbred venture on the right
note with a debut win for his regally bred filly Delayed Response
at Kempsey today.
The three-year-old bay is a
daughter of dual Cox Plate winner
So You Think and has the blood of
some pure immortals coursing
through her veins. Her respective
dam/sires read like a who’s who of
world champion racehorses and
stallions, including Danehill, Secretariat and Northern Dancer.
Delayed Response was bought
by Newman primarily for breeding
purposes down the track but it appears that she could well make an
impact as a racehorse before then
under the stewardship of Coffs
Harbour trainer Paul Smith.
“Joe is only a young bloke and
he has a few broodmares and this
will be his first runner,’’ Smith said.
“He is putting a bit of money
into (the horses), so I would love to
see her win for him.’’
Delayed Response won her only
trial at her home track on December 13, displaying a great action,
professional attitude and general
level of talent that should serve her
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well in today’s Kempsey Macleay
Motors Handicap (1000m).
“They ran a slow time compared
to the other trial on the day but I was
happy with her,’’ Smith said.
“She has to improve a bit because
there are a couple of smokys in
there.
“She was going to run at Coffs
Harbour (on December 27) because the 800m would have been
spot on for her but there was a bit
of drama that morning so she
couldn’t go around.
“She has to step up to the 1000m
on a different track to what she’s
known but we’ll see how she goes.
“She should be up on the speed.
She will benefit from the run but I
am pretty happy with her.’’
Smith is anticipating a muchimproved outcome at Kempsey for
stablemate Plectrum, who finished
down the order at Coffs last start.
“He just had some bad luck the
other day,’’ he said.
“He over-raced and got into a
bit of trouble at the 600m and
really didn’t go after that, but the
horse is fine.’’
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Punter puts Ashes
money on Marnus
BEN HORNE
TEST great Ricky Ponting
has declared Marnus Labuschagne an Ashes certainty.
Labuschagne will get another chance today to cement
his spot at No.3 for the Test
series against Sri Lanka, but
Ponting said he had already
seen enough to put the
Queenslander on a plane to
Britain this year.
Australia are under enormous pressure to get their
squad right for the two Tests
against Sri Lanka later this
month because if runs come
relatively easily against the
lowly ranked nation, it could
trap the selectors for the
Ashes.
So far in his career, Labuschagne has been favoured on
slow, spinning tracks in the
UAE and Sydney but his assured knock under an intense
spotlight in the first innings at
the SCG has set up the likelihood he will be backed in
against Sri Lanka no matter
what the conditions.
Ponting said he would
have Labuschagne pencilled
in alongside Marcus Harris
and Usman Khawaja as Australia’s Ashes must-haves.
“Harris is (a lock), I’ve
been really impressed with
the way
he’s played,”
Ponting told cricket.com.au.
“Khawaja is a lock to go
even though he hasn’t had a
great series so far.
“On the back of what I saw
today I really liked what I got
to see from Marnus. His technique looked good.
“He plays in Brisbane so he
handles the swinging ball
well, which you sort of expect
over in England, so I’d pick
him on the back of what I’ve
seen today.
“Travis Head is our
second-leading run-scorer in
this series, but once again just
lots of starts without going on.
I think they’ll probably stick
with him.
“You’ve got to put some
question marks over the
others.”
Australia's Marnus
Labuschagne departs
after scoring 38 in the
first innings at the SCG.
Picture: Phil Hillyard
Shaun Marsh is the Australian star perhaps the most
under the gun.
If Marsh can’t make a big
score today it will be his third
consecutive series without a
significant impact and at age
35 he lives at the mercy of
selectors who might finally
decide to back in younger
talent.
The decision over whether
DAVID Warner and Steve
Smith were victims of bizarre
third-umpiring decisions in
Bangladesh last night as their
World Cup preparations got
off to frustrating starts.
In the first innings, Smith
gave Warner a life and then
the third umpire took it away
after a farcical run-out.
A Warner top-edge was
misjudged by Smith, fielding at
first slip, and as Smith was
wrong-footed the ball flew past
him and to the boundary in
Dhaka.
Warner, captaining the Sylhet Sixers, faced just two more
balls before the third umpire
incorrectly deemed him runout. Warner the non-striker
took off for a quick single but
ended up joining young Bangladeshi batsman Towhid
Hridoy at the same end after a
communication error.
Do better
and you’ll
be picked
BEN HORNE
Marsh plays against Sri Lanka
is realistically a call over
whether or not selectors believe they want him for their
Ashes crusade.
Marsh said he was trying
to focus on the here and now.
“Obviously it’s been a bit
frustrating,” Marsh told Fox
Cricket.
“I haven’t been able to
convert my starts into big
scores, so it’s been a bit
disappointing.
“I’m working hard and
hoping there’s a big one in the
second innings.
“I’ve been getting myself in
but just been getting out.
“At Test cricket level you
have to be able to convert
your starts into big scores and
unfortunately I haven’t done
it this series.
“I try not to think about it
too much.
“I’ll just focus on what I’ve
got coming up and hopefully I
can get out there at some
stage, bat again and put some
runs on the board.
“I have felt really good in
the one-dayers over the past
few months, so I’m looking
forward to the one-day series
after this Test series.”
DRS clangers interrupt Aussies’ World Cup preparations
SAM LANDSBERGER
Fox Cricket’s Mark Waugh.
Warner safely stepped
across the crease before Hridoy had grounded his bat but
the third umpire staggeringly
decided to end the embattled
opener’s innings on 14.
Commentators labelled the
decision an embarrassing start
to Bangladesh’s T20 tournament.
Responding for his team the
Comilla Victorians, Smith was
building a classy subcontinent
knock, which would’ve in-
stilled confidence into Australia’s ODI squad that assembles
tomorrow.
The former Australian captain used his feet nicely and
looked comfortable at the
crease before he was given out
caught behind on 16 (17).
Bowler Al-Amin Hossain
appealed loudly and was so
confident he used a DRS without consulting his captain in
Warner.
Smith attempted to cut a
wide delivery and video replays showed no concrete evidence of an edge, yet the onfield decision was overturned.
In the field, Smith took a
skied catch in the second over
and captained astutely despite
a couple of fielding mishaps.
Warner also showed good
energy in the field. The lefthander took six balls to get off
the mark and looked frustrated
as he walked from the field
after the run-out.
RECENT Test selector Mark
Waugh has a simple message
for Australia’s fringe-dwelling
cricketers: harden up.
Already under siege for the
players they picked for the
Test and one-day series, fast
bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile
also decided to take aim at selectors for poorly communicating with him over his ODI
omission. Selection boss Trevor Hohns reported at the time
of picking the ODI squad to
face India that Coulter-Nile
had been left out due to back
soreness, however, that was
before he underwent a scan
that has cleared the WA firebrand to continue in the Big
Bash League.
Cricket Australia’s selection
panel was yesterday standing
by the advice they had received
that Coulter-Nile – who has endured a career worth of injury
heartache – wasn’t up to the
rigours of a 50-over series, even
if he is fit to bowl in the BBL.
“I didn’t take (the news) the
best, to be honest,” CoulterNile told ABC Radio. “I think it
was communicated to me really
poorly. I won’t go into it, but I
don’t think soreness is really
any excuse for not playing
cricket. In fairness, I hadn’t had
a (back) scan yet. I had had back
soreness and back history, but I
hadn’t had a scan to see what
was wrong. I had one when I
got home and it was all clear.”
Australian Cricketers Association Chairman Greg Dyer
also tossed a grenade from
radio yesterday by suggesting
there’s disquiet from players
over selections and how
they’re communicated to players on the edges. However,
Waugh said players needed to
stop looking for someone else
to blame.
“As a player why do you
constantly want feedback from
the selectors why you are not
in the team or why you have
been dropped. It’s normally
pretty simple: not enough runs
or wickets.”
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Johnson
calls for
Starc to
be axed
India’s blueprint
for success can’t be faulted
JULIAN LINDEN
MITCHELL Johnson has
called on the national selectors
to drop his former teammate
Mitchell Starc for Australia’s
next Test series against Sri
Lanka.
The former Test spearhead
also wants Pat Cummins and
Josh Hazlewood to be put on
notice that none of Australia’s
fast bowlers can afford to feel
any sense of complacency
ahead of this year’s Ashes
series in England.
All three
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Ashes
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wants selecto
ors to use the
upcoming
ttwo-Test series against Sri Lanka to trial
some uncapped players who
have the potential to be bolters
for the tour.
“They now need to be pushed for their places and the Sri
Lanka series provides an opportunity to look at some
quicks who could be successful
in English conditions,” Johnson wrote in his column for
The Sunday Times.
“The question of who would
make room for them is a difficult one. However, on current
form Starc (pictured) might
need to make way.”
Johnson nominated Sheffield Shield stars Scott Boland
and Chris Tremain as two players he would like to see given a
shot, and said Starc should be
the one to give way because he
has been struggling for form
and is low on confidence.
Starc’s record in the series
against India is the worst of
Australia’s frontline bowlers.
He has managed just 13
wickets at 34.53 and the 28year-old has already been left
out of the Australia ODI squad
to face India.
Boland is the leading bowler in Sheffield Shield this season with 36 wickets at 17.41,
while Tremain is second with
28 at 23.60.
India's Jasprit Bumrah after
bowling Australia's Peter
Handscomb yesterday.
Picture: Brett Costello
Outplayed & outfoxed
NORMALLY, Australia are the team
handing out the lessons on home soil.
But in storming Fortress Australia,
India have provided a blueprint that
other nations can learn from as they
try to do the same. After an inspired
team effort, there are tips aplenty,
such as …
1 BE FIT AND FIERCE
They say fitness is alertness. India for
the first time have slapped down nonnegotiable fitness beep-test levels for
their team and their bowlers have
gone the long journey. Their fielding
has also been excellent.
2 WICKED WICKETS
One great lesson to be learnt from
Virat Kohli is the way he is utterly indifferent about the character of the
wickets on which he plays. Turners,
seamers, green tops or batting roads
— he just gets on the job and that
“whatever’’ vibe settles the dressingroom nerves of his team.
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For all of the fitness demands, India
have been shrewdly adaptable. They
accept that fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah needs great flexibility to keep his
action in the groove, so he is not encouraged to muscle up in the gym.
4 TOUGH LOVE
The fact India played the short ball as
well as any subcontinental team to
visit Australia is no coincidence. They
have two specialist net throwdown
experts, including the colourful jockey-sized Raghu, whose entire professional life is to bowl with the metal
throwdown device and pepper their
batsmen with all sorts of deliveries,
including vicious bouncers that are
more intimidating than anything they
copped in the middle.
5 BOLD CUTS
8 BACK-UP TROOPS
India’s selection philosophy was
mixed and far from flawless but they
were bold when it mattered, sacking
both misfiring opening batsmen after
just two Tests and promoting the
plucky Mayank Agarwal, who was the
find of the series.
It’s often not enough to have a formidable First XI in Australia. You need
back-up men to jump in with late-series knockout blows when the frontliners are fading. Agarwal and spinner
Kuldeep Yadav have done that in the
final Tests.
6 THE ANCHORMAN
9 HARD-YAKKA HEROES
Take Cheteshwar Pujara out of
India’s team and Australia may have
won the series. His epic performance
shows how much a solitary stubborn
batsman can shape the mood of the
side and the opposition.
For all the glamour and Bollywood
glitz that surrounds captain Kohli,
most of the players who did the business came from humble backgrounds
and their struggles to reach the top
hardened them for a rough road and
the supreme challenges of an Australian tour.
7 BAG OF TRICKS
India bowled cleverly and with more
invention than Australia. The scheming Bumrah took wickets with bouncers, yorkers and slower balls. Their
plans changed depending on the
nuances of the decks. Australia, by
contrast, failed to get an lbw from the
fast men all series.
10 CHALLENGE YOURSELF
India have reaped the reward from a
tough year in which they played England and South Africa abroad. They
lost both series but gained a tough
shell that had them conditioned for
anything in Australia.
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FOURTH TEST, SCG, DAY 5 TODAY
WE’RE not sure how close Josh
Hazlewood and Hanuma Vihari
are, but you can bet the big quick
is set to send the Indian rookie
a belated Christmas card after
he put down a simple catch on
day four.
Vihari’s fumble temporarily
cost Kuldeep Yadav a fivewicket haul and saved
Hazlewood from an unwanted
slice of history when he was able
to scoot through for a droughtbreaking first-innings run.
The New South Welshman
had been dismissed for a duck in
the first innings of each of the
first three Tests, and also fell for
nought in his most recent
Sheffield Shield match against
Queensland.
His struggles evoked
memories of former Indian
seamer Agit Agarkar, who
made five consecutive ducks
during the 1999-2000 tour of
Australia.
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MILLION SMILES
DONATIONS for the McGrath
Foundation passed the $1 million
mark yesterday afternoon.
After a hugely successful
Jane McGrath Day attracted
more than 36,000 fans, a
message on the big screen while
play was suspended showed
donations had reached
$1,002,090.69.
On day three, Prime Minister
Scott Morrison announced the
Federal Government would
inject $27 million in funding to
support 41 breast cancer care
nurses.
Entry to day five will be a
gold coin donation. All money
collected today will be donated
to the McGrath Foundation.
RAIN MEN
RAIN delays are never fun, but
yesterday’s was the exception
after three doyens of
commentary came together
during Channel 7’s extended
lunch break.
Host Bruce McAvaney was
joined by Tim Lane and Jim
Maxwell and unsurprisingly the
topic of how the Australian
cricket team should proceed in
the wake of the sandpaper
scandal was discussed.
Lane revealed that
yesterday’s chat marked 16
years to the day since he and
Maxwell had last covered a Test
together for ABC Grandstand
during the 2002-03 Ashes.
WE CAN SAVE
Aussies eager to salvage
draw from the wreckage
BEN HORNE
AT THE SCG
SCORNED for showing a lack
of desperation, an under-siege
Australia have vowed to fight to
the death at the SCG today.
Peter Handscomb, one of a
group of players who lives with
his Test place permanently
under scrutiny, has declared
that Australia can lay an important foundation stone for their
Ashes assault in England if they
can get in the trenches and dig
out a draw.
However, Test great Ricky
Ponting yesterday called the
side’s mindset into question on a
rainswept day in which Nathan
Lyon declined to use one of two
remaining reviews for a suspect
lbw decision when Australia were
clinging to their ninth wicket.
Ponting said the poor game
awareness highlighted a lack of
“desperation” in the Australian
camp, an alarming trend the
struggling band of batsmen
must turn on its head on the
final day if they are to take some
semblance of confidence into
the bumper year ahead.
“That dismissal says a lot to
me about the mindset of this
Australian team. There’s no desperation there whatsoever,”
Ponting said on Channel 7.
“Why wouldn’t they have had a
look at that? They’ve still got the
two reviews up their sleeve.
“There had to be some sort of
doubt in that. Given out straight
away and Mitchell Starc just
puts his hand out and says ‘oh
well, it’s not me, it’s up to you to
make (a call).’
“Well unfortunately, when
you’re out there together it’s a
partnership. You’ve got to do
whatever you can to try and save
your mate. And there was absolutely none of that there. And as
it’s shown already that would
have been given not out. Slack
and not desperate enough.”
Australia will be under huge
pressure when play resumes
today against India, who are
playing with the freedom of
knowing the series is in the bag
and are just chasing the cream.
For the first time in 30 years,
PLAYS
OF
DAY 4
an Australian side had to follow
on at home — a chastening reflection for the current state of
batting in this country.
Only 25.2 overs were possible
on a gloomy day at the SCG,
leaving Australia 0-6 in their second innings and still needing 316
more to make India bat again. It
could get even darker for Australia today unless they can summon the spirit of coach Justin
Langer and fight to the death.
Handscomb
said
today
shaped as a significant acid test
for an Australian team desperately searching for a building
block to inspire a comeback from
the depths of no-man’s land.
“Yeah, it’s huge. It’s huge for
us to push for the draw,” Handscomb. “We have a really, really
good chance to shift some momentum back into our camp.
“Not just for the one-dayers
coming up but also there’s the
World Cup and the Ashes. This
movement can really start tomorrow and we know that.
“We know that as a batting
group we can really take some
confidence if we can last this day
and show the country, show the
world, that we’re not far off
clicking and being a really, really
good team.
“We haven’t scored a hundred this series, which is obviously a big thing.
“If someone can come out
and score a hundred that would
be great, or even face 200 or 300
balls in a Test match-saving
knock. That can also give us a lot
of confidence.”
Handscomb defended the decision by Lyon and Starc not to
review and insisted there was no
mindset problem despite the
fact Australia had failed to lodge
reviews at times they should
have this summer in both Test
and one-day cricket.
In between frustrating rain
and bad-light interruptions
which prematurely ended play,
Australia lost their last four remaining first-innings wickets in
quick time. Pat Cummins had his
off-stump knocked over by Mohammed Shami just moments
after players took to the field for
the first time.
Peter Handscomb (main and inset
top)
p is bowled by Jasp
Jasprit
prit Bumr
Bumrah,
and Pat Cummins suffers the
same fate. Picture: Phil Hillyard
India's Kuldeep
Yadav.
Tourists have a taste
RUTHLESS India have no intention of taking their foot off Australia’s throat after securing a historic
series victory over one of their
oldest rivals.
It’s taken India 71 years to win a
Test series in Australia but they
have put their celebrations on
hold as they try to inflict one last
insult on their beaten hosts.
With the series already
wrapped up heading into the last
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just go through the motions and let
the match fizzle out to a draw for a
2-1 win so they can get the party
started early.
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what India have
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Starc also averages more against pace
(17.80) than Aaron Finch (17.20) this series. Making
decent case to open the batting at Brisbane.
a dec
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SCOREBOARD
INDIA 1ST INNINGS 7-622
AUSTRALIA 1ST INNINGS
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Marcus Harris
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4s 6s
79 170 120 8
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b R. Jadeja: Harris inside-edges a defensive stroke
Usman Khawaja
27 86 71
3
0
c C. Pujara b K. Yadav: Khawaja mishits an attempted drive
to the onside and is caught at mid-wicket
Marnus Labuschagne
38 116 95
7
0
c A. Rahane b M. Shami: Labuschagne plays off his pads to
forward square leg
Shaun Marsh
8
20 13
2
0
c A. Rahane b R. Jadeja: Marsh outside edges a forward
defensive stroke and it flies to slips
Travis Head
20 75 56
2
0
c & b K. Yadav: Head plays a drive but only connects with the
toe of the bat and Yadav takes a classy caught and bowled
Peter Handscomb
37 194 111
5
0
b J. Bumrah: Handscomb inside-edges a forward defensive
stroke and the ball takes out the stumps
Tim Paine
5
10 14
1
0
6
0
b K. Yadav: Paine tries to cover drive and is beaten
Pat Cummins
25 94 44
b M. Shami: Cummins defends a delivery pitched short of a
length and the ball sneaks through under his bat
Mitchell Starc
29 77 55
3
0
0
0
0
not out
Nathan Lyon
4
5
lbw b K. Yadav: Lyon attempts the sweep shot to a full toss
and is caught plum
Josh Hazlewood
21 46 45
2
0
lbw b K. Yadav: Hazlewood picks the line early and comes
forward in defence, but is beaten by the wrong ‘un
EXTRAS: 4b, 2lb, 5w
11
TOTAL
300
Fall: 72, 128, 144, 152, 192, 198, 236, 257, 258, 300
Bowling: M. Shami 19-2-58-2 (3.05), J. Bumrah 21-5-621 (2.95), R. Jadeja 32-11-73-2 (2.28), K. Yadav 31-6-99-5
(3.11), H. Vihari 1-0-2-0 (2.0)
AUSTRALIA 2ND INNINGS
Usman Khawaja
R
M
B
4s 6s
4
12
12
1
0
2
16
12
0
0
not out
Marcus Harris
not out
EXTRAS:
0
TOTAL
0-6
Fall:
Bowling: M. Shami 2-1-4-0 (2.0), J. Bumrah 2-1-2-0
(1.0). PLAY STOPPED — BAD LIGHT, STUMPS DAY 4
for blood and that means going for the jugular
in mind. Far from it.
The tourists are loving every
minute of this one-sided series and
want to ram home their dominance
by going all out for victory on the
last day.
“It’s a great opportunity for us to
make it a 3-1 scoreline,” India’s
bowling coach Bharat Arun said.
“So that is a huge motivation for us
to go and give all that we have.
m
“The onus on this particular team
is putting the team always in front,
irrespective of what situation we are
in. We always go out there and we
say that we’re going to put our best
foot forward and play our best cricket, because it’s the effort that
counts.”
India must take 10 wickets on the
last day after enforcing the follow on
but the way Australia’s batting has
g
folded throughout
the series,, that
may not be
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declaring their first innings on 7-622
and Arun said they were so confident of ripping through Australia’s
fragile line-up they had already
begun thinking about sending the
home side into bat a second time
from as early as day three.
“This is probably one of the best
wickets we’ve played on from the
batsman’s
atsman s point of view,” he said.
said
aid.
So we were aware that to win this
this
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ame we needed that many overs.”
overss.”
game
INDIA have become the first team to have the
option of asking Australia to follow on twice in
a home summer as the hosts’ list of unwanted
records grew even larger at the SCG.
Australia were rolled for 300 yesterday
afternoon, giving up a first-innings lead of 322
to India before Virat Kohli sent Tim Paine’s
men back in to bat. It comes after India also
amassed a 292-run first-innings lead in
Melbourne last week, only on that occasion
they opted to bat again themselves in the 137run flogging.
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a problem. Play will start half an
hour earlier and can be extended by
another half-hour to make up for
time already lost to rain and bad
light, so the tourists will have plenty
of overs to complete the job.
India will also need some help
from Sydney’s fickle weather, which
forced play to be abandoned early
yesterday.
India have been in total control
of the match from the outset after
Another unwanted
record for Aussies
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a higher false-shot
percentage than anyone
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ttaken
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25 (44)
Peter Handscomb
9 (17)
Mitchell Starc
1 (2)
Mitchell Starc
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Kyrgios and Tomic to
meet on court at last
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DOUBLE SERVE OF
AUSSIE BAD BOY
TWO of the most polarising,
talented and exasperating
Australian players in recent
memory will finally go headto-head in what is sure to be
an absorbing clash this week.
Nick Kyrgios and Bernard
Tomic are set to face off at the
Kooyong Classic.
After accepting a late entry
into the three-day event on
Saturday, Kyrgios has been
told he will play his one-time
Davis Cup teammate and US
Open doubles partner.
The event may be an exhibition with no rankings points
up for grabs, but tournament
director Peter Johnston has
no doubt the former grand
slam quarter-finalists will be
taking
their
showdown
seriously.
“For both guys it’s their last
competitive match before
next week’s Australian Open,
so their focus will be on making sure their games are
ready,” Johnston said.
“At the same time it will be
fun for the fans to watch it
play out, given they have
never gone head-to-head
before.”
Kyrgios and Tomic were
drawn to meet in the first
round of last year’s French
Open in Paris, only for
Kyrgios to withdraw with an losing in the second round of
elbow injury.
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Cup ties, the relationship between Tomic and Kyrgios deteriorated publicly in 2016
after on-court microphones
picked up Tomic criticising
Kyrgios for faking injury and
illness to get out of David Cup
duties.
Tomic, 26, will also partner
his sister Sara in mixed doubles at Kooyong, which will
also feature dual grand slam
finalist Kevin Anderson and
2018 Open runner-up Marin
Cilic.
The event starts tomorrow
but organisers are yet to say
when Kyrgios and Tomic will
clash.
AUSTRALIA’S
Jordan
Thompson claimed his first
top-50 scalp in over a year
after defeating Adrian Mannarino in the first round of the
Sydney International yesterday.
In what was his biggest win
since famously upsetting former world No.1 Andy Murray
at Queen’s Club in 2017,
Thompson took full advantage
of the out-of-sorts Frenchman
to claim a 6-3 6-3 victory.
He advances to a secondround clash against second
seed and in-form reigning
champion Daniil Medvedev,
who has also made the final of
this year’s Brisbane tournament.
Thompson, 24, has never
progressed past the second
round of his home town tournament in four attempts but is
eager for success after being
floored by an illness last summer.
“I want to stay fit and
healthy,” Thompson said.
“That year that I had all
those great wins (in 2017),
competing with guys in the top
10 … I didn’t do a good pre-season last year, I got sick and it
really showed.
“This time last year I didn’t
win a match. I just fell behind
physically and you lose confidence that way. I got a good
pre-season in now and just
feeling better about my body.”
The world No.72 became
the first local through in Sydney after teenager Alexei Popyrin
lost
a
three-set
heartbreaker to Martin Klizan.
Popyrin, who also lost his
first match in Brisbane last
week to Alex de Minaur, came
back from one set down and
0-3 in the second yesterday to
force a final set.
A tough draw is not like pulling teeth for Barty
JAMIE PANDARAM
Ashleigh Barty.
AFTER having her wisdom teeth removed during the off-season, the prospect of facing the world’s best tennis
players in Sydney this week has barely
ruffled Ashleigh Barty.
Australia’s highest-ranked tennis
player, male or female, world No.15
Barty carries the nation’s hopes at the
Sydney International and into the
Australian Open.
But Barty’s path in Sydney means
she will have to go through 2017 French
Open champion Jelena Ostapenko to
then play world No.1 Simona Halep in
successive games this week.
“It’s a perfect thing. Sydney has now
set the benchmark for the tournament
standard across all premier tournaments,” said Barty, who faces Ostapenko today at Sydney Olympic Park
Tennis Centre.
“This is probably the toughest draw
you’re going to come across all year,
around the globe, not just in Australia.
You have to be ready from the get-go.
There are no easy matches here.”
The 22-year-old, who reached the
Sydney final last year, has overcome
the removal of her wisdom teeth.
“I was living my best chipmunk life
for two weeks, which was brutal,” Barty
said.
“Having all four out, and we had
some issues and complications with infections afterwards, but we’re good to
go now.
“For the first couple of days I was
smashing the soups and ice creams,
which was pretty good, which you can
do in off-season.
“I paid for it in pre-season but it was
all right, it was worth every one.”
The Sydney International features
eight of the top 10 WTA players, a
ranking Barty is determined to crack
this year.
“The ultimate goal for me is top 10,”
she said. “The last two years for me
have been extremely consistent, which
I’m happy about, but the next goal is
top 10 and go deep in slam events.
“The only extra expectation is that I
have on myself, to make sure I train
hard, prepare well.”
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RIKKI-LEE ARNOLD
WORLD No.8 Karolina Pliskova has made a strong statement to kick off her Australian
summer, overcoming a major
scare to last night claim her
second Brisbane International
title from brave Ukrainian
Lesia Tsurenko.
The Czech fifth seed was
just one game away from an
upset loss before she managed
to switch to another gear to be
crowned the 2019 Brisbane
champion with a 4-6, 7-5, 6-2
victory on Pat Rafter Arena.
For the opening hour of the
match, Pliskova looked to be
frustrated and out of sorts
while Tsurenko was extremely
composed.
However, the former world
No.1 — spurred on by her Australian coach Rennae Stubbs
— rose to the challenge in
spectacular fashion.
The unseeded Tsurenko
took control from the opening
game of the match to claim an
early break over Pliskova and
then went on to win the first
set before again dominating
the second.
She was up 5-3 and serving
for the match when Pliskova
started her miraculous comeback.
The 2017 Brisbane International winner claimed 14 of 15
points to force a deciding set,
with Stubbs encouraging her
to show more emotion.
The match then continued
to go her way when Tsurenko
rolled her ankle while down
1-0 in the third set and though
the world No.27 fought bravely
— pushing her opponent to
the final point — her movement was limited and Pliskova’s experience saw her claim
the greatly-desired win.
It is the perfect start to 2019
for Pliskova, who is still chasing her first Grand Slam title.
“Brisbane is my favourite
tournament,” Pliskova said.
“I have great memories here
and I always love to start the
year here. (Tsurenko) played a
great tournament. I am sure
she is going to play many more
finals.”
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POSSUMS, personal bests and
positivity.
Samantha Stosur’s pre-season
has been out of the box, and as the
Australian veteran prepares for her
19th summer as a professional with
little fanfare or public hope, she has
vowed to show us more smiles.
“It’s not like I’ve never tried to do
this before, but really showing that
positivity out there,” Stosur said.
“The perception of people is that
sometimes I’m really serious and
typically don’t smile too much on
court, so I’m not enjoying it.
“I’ve got the sunglasses on and
you can’t see my eyes and it comes
across as though I’m serious and
hard, when in fact I’m not actually
like that at all.
“So I’ve been working on show-
ing that positivity more; hit a winner
and actually enjoy that moment, letting that out and expressing more of
what I am off the court.
“It’s easier said than done. It’s just
different in the heat of the moment.
You’ve got to not let that bad stuff
worry you as much.”
Stosur, 34, begins the year playing Serbian Dominika Cibulkova at
the Sydney International today.
Having dropped to world No.74
in the rankings, and not reaching a
grand slam final since her US Open
title in 2011, few give Stosur a chance
of success at the Australian Open
starting next week.
“Over the years you see many
players who seemingly hit their pinnacle and won a slam, drop back,
and have been able to come back
again, and the greatest champions
are able to do that,” Stosur said.
“I’m not going to stand here and
Sam trying to find
a happy medium
say ‘I’m going to win a slam and get
back to No.4 in the world’, but I still
feel like I can do better than I have
been.
“I don’t know where that is, but
while you’ve got the opportunity to
keep going and explore that, it’s exciting. You can only try your best
and see where that is.
“If I didn’t believe I could still play
well and enjoy it and compete with a
lot of girls out here, it would be hard
to keep going. You’d feel like you’re
banging your head against a wall.
“But I still feel like there’s a lot of
room for improvement. It may turn
into a golden story, it may not. You
don’t know until you try.”
To reignite her career, Stosur embarked on a five-day hike with
friends across the stunning Wilson’s
Promontory trail in Victoria, carrying one change of clothing, making
do without showers and electricity,
and fighting possums for food.
“I did one last year as well,” she
said. “A group of us went down to
Cradle Mountain, this year we went
to Wilson’s Prom.
“You pack up all your stuff, organise it all. It just makes life really simple. All you have to do is go from A to
B, carry all your gear, walk and eat.
“You have a chat along the way,
and it’s just so refreshing to be out
there. It rejuvenates you even
though you’re doing all the kays
walking. It’s so much fun.
“I’ve been able to do it twice in
my last two pre-seasons and really
loved it, so I’ll try to make that a
yearly thing now.
“Tennis or no tennis, it’s fantastic.
You meet some pretty cool people.
“It’s a bit annoying when you
hear the possums trying to steal your
food at night when you’ve strung it
up, but you solve those problems.”
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