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Singapore - 29/11/2015
Race
RACE 3: CLASS 4 - 1100M (POLYTRACK) TIME: 13:55 PRIZE MONEY: S$60000
Trackform Number [1431]
Track:GOOD Win Time: 1:05.28 Race Time: 300M 0:18.90  500M 0:30.12  700M 0:41.52  900M 0:53.32  
H. No.Horse Name Gear Horse
Rating
H. WtHCP WtC. WtBarJockeyTrainerRunning
Position
PlTimeLBW
6RED ANT 4849052518APP J SEEZL MOK5-6-111:05.280
3SARTORIAL TT5452855552M RODDC BROWN4-4-221:05.320.3
1SMART PEOPLE WK, TT6153558.558.54O CHAVEZHW TAN3-3-331:05.793.1
5LUCKY SIX B4850752521APP K A'ISISUHAIRIL DRAGON7-7-441:05.944.1
8METAPHOR TT4548850.551.56A DA SILVAM CLEMENTS2-2-551:05.964.3
4DELFYNE B, TT4850452503APP K TOHJ O'HARA1-1-661:06.014.6
2ZHUHAI P, EM5754856.552.55APP R FIRDHAUSS BURRIDGE6-5-771:06.014.7
7JOE SWIPER B4547350.551.59A MUNROL KHOO9-9-881:06.588.2
9WILKINSON 444885051.57APP WS CHANL KHOO8-8-991:06.739.2
STIPE'S REPORT
RACE 3 [TF1431]
CLASS 4 1100M


Prior to the running of Race 3, Trainer HW Tan advised the Stewards that his
instructions to Jockey O Chavez, the rider of SMART PEOPLE, if circumstances
permit, to try and ride in a forward position.

App J See, the rider of RED ANT, was fined a sum of S$200 for negligence in
terms of MRA Rule 152(5)(a) in that he failed to claim and ride at his
declared riding weight.

JOE SWIPER (A Munro) lost ground after beginning awkwardly.

SMART PEOPLE began awkwardly.

Near the 800m, SMART PEOPLE, which was racing keenly, steadied outwards
across the heels of METAPHOR (A Da Silva), which shifted inwards.

RED ANT raced wide throughout.

Approaching the 300m, SMART PEOPLE shifted inwards and bumped
METAPHOR.

SMART PEOPLE and METAPHOR raced tightly and brushed on a number of
occasions between the 200m until near the 100m.

A subsequent veterinary examination was requested on JOE SWIPER which
revealed no apparent abnormality.

Trainer ZL Mok, when questioned regarding the improved performance of
RED ANT, stated that since the geldings last race, they have been doing
some barrier work in order to get RED ANT to begin better as it has been
beginning slowly in races. He added that with a better start, RED ANT was
able to travel in a more forward position today. He further added that the
gelding appreciated the return to the Polytrack and whilst up in grade, he
believed that the field was weaker than what it had met at its most recent
outings. His explanation was noted.