Singapore - 29/11/2013
Trackform Number 
Track:GOOD Win Time: 1:05.60 Race Time: 300M 0:18.86 500M 0:29.91 700M 0:41.57 900M 0:53.23
RACE 7 [TF1571]
OPEN BENCHMARK 74 1100M
IKING (L Allpress) was slow to begin.
GOLDEN RABBIT (App K AIsisuhairi) jumped outwards at the start bumping
SUPERB SUCCESS (V Leal) out onto U GOT IT (App WS Chan).
SECRET MISSION (M Nunes) jumped awkwardly inwards making contact with
EXCAVATOR (I Saifudin).
SPEED DEMON (O Chavez) raced wide throughout.
Approaching the 100m, IKING eased outwards away from the heels of U GOT
IT, which in turn steadied outwards away from SPEED DEMON when that
gelding shifted outwards and away from EATONS GOLD (App R Shafiq).
Passing the 100m, SPEED DEMON eased when crowded between EATONS
GOLD, which laid outwards and SUPERB SUCCESS, which shifted inwards
Near the 50m, SECRET MISSION was eased when cramped for room between
BM WIN (A Munro), which rolled inwards marginally and FIRST TOTHELIGN (J
Powell), which laid outwards.
Over the concluding stages, EATONS GOLD steadied off the heels of SUPERB
The Veterinary Surgeon reported that FIRST TOTHELIGN bled. In terms of
MRA Rule 92(3), it will not be permitted to canter or gallop on the main
training tracks of any racecourse for a period of two months, and may not
start in any race for a period of three months, and then only after having
satisfactorily passed a bleeders test.
App AIsisuhairi reported that GOLDEN RABBIT was not striding out freely. A
subsequent veterinary examination revealed no apparent abnormality.
A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on PEACE NO WAR (CW
Brown) which revealed that the horse returned lame off-hind. PEACE NO
WAR will be required to pass a 1000m gallop trial and veterinary examination
prior to being declared to race again.
Jockey S John, the rider of LUWAK COFFEE, reported that after jumping from
an outside barrier, he was caught wide in the early stages and therefore he
elected to come back in an attempt to obtain a position close to the rail. As
such, he found himself racing in a position further back than expected.