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Singapore - 24/06/2016
RACE 1: CLASS 5 (1) - 1700M (POLYTRACK) TIME: 18:20 PRIZE MONEY: S$35000
Trackform Number [798]
Track:GOOD Win Time: 1:46.13 Race Time: 500M 0:32.93  700M 0:45.65  900M 0:57.92  1100M 1:09.99  1300M 1:21.79  1500M 1:33.48  
H. No.Horse Name Gear Horse
H. WtHCP WtC. WtBarJockeyTrainerRunning
8MR TRY B, TT41523565611G BOSSL KHOO2-1-111:46.130
3SILVER TYCOON TT4352957556APP T SEES BURRIDGE5-3-221:47.417.8
6BIG BANKER B4146756568D BEASLEYHW TAN7-4-331:47.558.6
5BALBOA P, SR41475565512APP R RUEVENL LAXON1-2-441:47.8810.6
10VERGLATICA BP4154956563K FUJIIS BURRIDGE11-12-551:48.1011.9
11GOLDEN JADE B4051655.554.51S ANANDANH TAKAOKA6-7-661:48.1112
12SCIMITAR TT39493555510M KELLADYS BAERTSCHIGER8-8-771:48.1712.5
7CLERMONT CLUB 4154756567O PLACAISM WALKER3-5-881:48.2012.8
9SCHILTRON EM4148756564A DA SILVAM CLEMENTS10-10-991:48.4014.1
2PATERSON ROAD B4348657572S JOHNM CLEMENTS9-9-10101:48.4314.4
4KING SAVINSKY BP, TT4256956.556.55R SHAFIQM WALKER12-11-11111:48.4414.5
1BLADEMEISTER BP, TT4351357579M NUNESJ PETERS4-6-12121:48.8216.8
RACE 1 [TF0798]

BLADEMEISTER (M Nunes) and BIG BANKER (D Beasley) bumped on
jumping. This resulted in BLADEMEISTER shifting outwards and making
contact with SCIMITAR (M Kellady), which had been carried inwards by MR
TRY (G Boss). As a result of this incident, BLADEMEISTER and SCIMITAR
both lost ground.

CLERMONT CLUB (O Placais) and SILVER TYCOON (App T See) bumped on

Approaching the 1400m, SCHILTRON (A Da Silva), which was racing keenly,
became awkwardly placed on the heels of GOLDEN JADE (S Anandan), which
rolled outwards. This resulted in SCHILTRON then racing tight to the inside
of KING SAVINSKY (R Shafiq) and having to be eased.

BLADEMEISTER and SCIMITAR both raced keenly in the early stages.

BIG BANKER raced wide from the 800m.

Over the concluding stages, KING SAVINSKY steadied off the heels of
SCIMITAR, which rolled outwards.

Jockey Boss, the rider of MR TRY, reported that his horse returned with a cut
on its near-hind leg. A subsequent veterinary examination was requested
which revealed that the horse returned with cuts on its near-hind fetlock and