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Singapore - 09/11/2014
Race
RACE 7: WORLD AIRLINES 2007 STAKES OPEN BENCHMARK 67 - 1100M (POLYTRACK) TIME: 15:50 PRIZE MONEY: S$60000
Trackform Number [1493]
Track:GOOD Win Time: 1:05.49 Race Time: 300M 0:19.08  500M 0:30.13  700M 0:41.62  900M 0:53.39  
H. No.Horse Name Gear Horse
Rating
H. WtHCP WtC. WtBarJockeyTrainerRunning
Position
PlTimeLBW
2CALIFORNIA EAGLE B, TT6550256.556.52O CHAVEZD KOK4-3-111:05.490
4LASER STORM BP6548856.556.58D BEASLEYHW TAN5-5-221:05.671
10SMART SAMURAI 5649352525CW BROWNC BROWN8-7-331:05.842
1MAKAWAO B, TT6651357573J POWELLS BAERTSCHIGER1-1-441:05.852.1
6SPRING THUNDER 6349055.555.54WH LAOJ O'HARA6-6-551:05.862.2
7WARSPIRIT B, TT6256155517APP WS CHANHW TAN7-8-661:06.083.5
8COOL CAT 5948553.553.51I SANTANAD HILL9-10-771:06.244.5
3KAISER B6553556.556.510KB SOOHK TAN3-4-881:06.395.5
9DRAGON SPIRIT TT5952953.553.59L ALLPRESSHW TAN2-2-991:06.898.5
5THISISIT 6451256546APP R RUEVENS YEOH10-9-10101:07.079.5
STIPE'S REPORT
RACE 7 [TF1493]
WORLD AIRLINES 2007 STAKES
OPEN BENCHMARK 67 POLYTRACK 1100M


After arriving at the barrier, CALIFORNIA EAGLE (O Chavez) had its saddle
readjusted.

Shortly after the start, SPRING THUNDER (WH Lao) had to be eased when
crowded between SMART SAMURAI (CW Brown) and MAKAWAO (J Powell),
which shifted outwards and away from CALIFORNIA EAGLE.

KAISER (KB Soo), which raced keenly in the backstraight, had a tendency to
lay outwards and raced wide from the 800m.

Passing the 300m, KAISER had to be eased off the heels of LASER STORM (D
Beasley), which shifted outwards. Jockey Beasley was subsequently shown
the film of the incident and warned to exercise greater care when shifting
ground in future.

LASER STORM then had a tendency to lay outwards for the remaining of the
race.

Jockey Soo, when questioned regarding the run of KAISER, stated that his
instructions were to race in a forward position, however, after beginning well
from a wide barrier, he was unable to cross runners to his inside, so he
elected to take up a position just behind the leaders. He further added that
the gelding travelled well in this position until approaching the hometurn,
however, when placed under pressure, failed to respond to his riding. His
explanation was noted. A subsequent veterinary examination was requested
on KAISER which revealed no apparent abnormality.