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Singapore - 09/08/2015
RACE 3: CLASS 4 - 1400M COURSE D (LC) (TURF) TIME: 13:50 PRIZE MONEY: S$60000
Trackform Number [994]
Track:GOOD Win Time: 1:22.69 Race Time: 400M 0:25.07  600M 0:36.18  800M 0:47.69  1000M 0:59.29  1200M 1:10.86  
H. No.Horse Name Gear Horse
H. WtHCP WtC. WtBarJockeyTrainerRunning
2DRAGON FURY B5847657551APP T SEEHW TAN2-2-111:22.690
10FUKU ICHIBAN B, TT444775051.57S JOHNHK TAN1-1-221:22.841
3ARES 5747256.556.58CW BROWNC BROWN4-3-331:22.971.8
8MOLLY BROWNE B5148753.552.55APP R SHAFIQM WALKER6-6-441:23.203.3
4BRAHMS AND LISZT B5552155.555.56M NUNESM WALKER7-7-551:23.314.1
7HIGHER SOUL 5146853.553.59A MUNROH TAKAOKA9-8-661:23.575.6
6ADRENALINE P, TT5147153.551.53APP Z ZURIMANRB MARSH3-4-771:23.615.9
9MR PATRON B4948852.552.54R WOODWORTHL DRAGON5-5-881:24.3610.4
5SEASONS ECHO 5452255532APP CC WONGD HILL10-10-991:24.3810.6
1GUARICANA 60499585710APP T REHAIZATD KOH8-9-10101:24.5211.4
RACE 3 [TF0994]
CLASS 4 LC (D) 1400M

Trainer HK Tan was fined a sum of S$200 for negligence in terms of MRA
Rule 152(5)(a) in that he failed to submit his request for Jockey S John to
ride overweight on FUKU ICHIBAN within the prescribed time at Declarations.

After arriving at the barrier, DRAGON FURY (App T See) had its saddle

HIGHER SOUL (A Munro) was slow to begin after jumping away awkwardly.

MR PATRON (R Woodworth) jumped inwards at the start making contact with
ADRENALINE (App Z Zuriman).

DRAGON FURY jumped outwards at the start making contact with SEASONS
ECHO (App CC Wong). This resulted in SEASONS ECHO and ADRENALINE
being buffeted for a short distance.

Shortly after the start, BRAHMS AND LISZT (M Nunes) and MOLLY BROWNE
(App R Shafiq) bumped on a couple of occasions.

MR PATRON raced keenly in the early stages.

GUARICANA (App T Rehaizat) raced wide throughout.

BRAHMS AND LISZT laid inwards under pressure in the straight.

The Farrier reported that MR PATRON returned having cast its near-hind

App Rehaizat reported that GUARICANA was not striding out freely. A
subsequent veterinary examination revealed no apparent abnormality.

Trainer HK Tan, when questioned regarding the run of FUKU ICHIBAN, stated
that he normally instructs his riders to attempt to ride in a forward position,
however, on occasions over shorter distances, it had not been able to obtain
a prominent position. In addition, he added that whilst he had expected
FUKU ICHIBAN to race in a forward position today, he had not anticipated it
leading by a large margin. Trainer Tan also stated that FUKU ICHIBAN was a
horse that was best suited when allowed to quicken up gradually in its race
and as the race today did not have a large number of on-pace runners, it had
assisted FUKU ICHIBAN to race in a prominent position. His explanation was