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Malaysia (Penang) - 30/07/2016
Race
RACE 2: TATTERSALLS TROPHY OPEN MAIDEN (WEIGHT FOR AGE) - 1400M (TURF TRACK) TIME: 14:30 PRIZE MONEY: RM$35000
Trackform Number [954]
Track:GOOD Win Time: 1:24.30
H. No.Horse NameHorse
Rating
H. WtHCP WtC. WtBarJockeyTrainerPlLBW
1SOUTH EMPEROR 3748958558APP S SHAFRIZALJ TAN10
6ASTRO FAME 5049157573S SALEES HAMILTON21
7BUTCH CASSIDY 40481575610S SANDANAS HAMILTON31.3
9PRETTY ABLE 4746456.556.513L SOFHANS HAMILTON43.1
12GHOST WITH LUCK 3255654.554.52HS GILLBT LIM53.6
11D'GREAT NIMBUS 045455.555.59J LOWR LINES63.9
13GERMAN SPEED 049354.554.54R WOODWORTHJ TAN75.7
10AIR POWER 3942155.553.512APP KC WONGR LINES86.2
3LUCOSTAR 3145658586JAI SHANKARL MOY97.2
4TOMORROW'S GOLD 3144558567APP M HANIFHS LIM109
2ROCK D'BOAT 3548858575C GOONA SCOTT119.5
8DON'T FORGET THIS 0516575711KT CHENGP K LEONG1210
5SKY WALKER 3048658561APP KC THAMJ TAN1310.3
STIPE'S REPORT
RACE 2 (R954) OPEN MAIDEN :  1400M TATTERSALLS TROPHY
[WEIGHT-FOR-AGE]

ROCK DBOAT, which was up 29kgs in body weight since its last run, was checked by
the Club Veterinary Surgeon prior to the race and was passed fit to start.

Shortly after the start, TOMORROWS GOLD (App M Hanif) steadied on the inside of
SOUTH EMPEROR (App S Shafrizal) which rolled inwards away from DGREAT
NIMBUS (J Low).

Rounding the turn at about the 700M, DGREAT NIMBUS which raced keenly, steadied
when racing tight on the inside of BUTCH CASSIDY (S Sandana).

Rounding the home turn, GERMAN SPEED (R Woodworth) checked when tightened
between LUCOSTAR (J Shankar) and SOUTH EMPEROR which rolled outwards.

TOMORROWS GOLD was carried wide on the home turn on the outside of SKY
WALKER (App KC Tham).

At about the 150M mark, AIR POWER (App KC Wong) rolled outwards sharply onto
DONT FORGET THIS (KT Cheng) which steadied.

A post-race veterinary examination of SKY WALKER revealed no obvious abnormality.

Trainer J Tan, when questioned about the reversal of form of SOUTH EMPEROR,
advised the Stewards that this horse had returned to form after a poor run on 24th July
2016 where in soft going, SOUTH EMPEROR was caught wide throughout the race
from an outside barrier. In addition, a weaker field on an improved track and a better
draw in todays running had suited the horse. His explanation was noted and his attention
was drawn to the rules regarding in-and-out running (MRA Rule 117(3)).