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Singapore - 12/11/2017
Race
RACE 11: OCEAN PARK STAKES CLASS 4 - 1400M COURSE B (LC) (TURF TRACK) TIME: 18:15 PRIZE MONEY: S$60000
Trackform Number [1440]
Track:GOOD Win Time: 1:23.78 Race Time: 400M 0:24.36  600M 0:35.99  800M 0:48.26  1000M 1:00.00  1200M 1:11.64  
H. No.Horse Name Gear Horse
Rating
H. WtHCP WtC. WtBarJockeyTrainerRunning
Position
PlTimeLBW
1LIM'S ROYAL 61528575713G BOSSS BURRIDGE9-5-111:23.780
6JUSTICE SMART 5652054.554.511O CHAVEZJ SAIMEE11-9-221:23.951
3WHOSE ELSE'S 6052256.556.512W PIKES GRAY4-3-331:24.333.3
7MUSCLE BEACH TT5650854.554.55I AZHARD KOH5-8-441:24.343.4
13SOUTHERN GLORY BP5249752.552.510N JUGLALLRB MARSH13-12-551:24.383.7
4PUSAKA 5950856546APP I AMIRULS GRAY12-13-661:24.393.8
5CHOCOLATS TT5653254.554.54J LLOYDS BAERTSCHIGER6-7-771:24.605.1
12MAJULAH B5353453531D DAVIDZL MOK3-4-881:24.665.6
10MADE IN CHINA P, EM5550454542V DURICJ PETERS2-2-991:24.675.7
2CASING ROYAL B6049156.556.58O PLACAISHW TAN10-11-10101:24.695.9
8SACRED SURFER B5654754.551.57APP CK NGM WALKER1-1-11111:24.917.2
9TUN O'REILLY TT5654554.554.53M KELLADYS BAERTSCHIGER8-10-12121:25.4710.5
11SUPER DENMAN 5547654549B VORSTERR LE GRANGE7-6-13131:25.4910.7
STIPE'S REPORT
JUSTICE SMART (O Chavez) and SOUTHERN GLORY (N Juglall) bumped on jumping.

MUSCLE BEACH (I Azhar) and CHOCOLATS (J Lloyd) bumped on jumping.

Shortly after the start, TUN O'REILLY (M Kellady) steadied off the heels of CHOCOLATS, which was carried inwards slightly by SACRED SURFER (App CK Ng).

SUPER DENMAN (B Vorster) raced wide throughout.

CHOCOLATS had difficulty obtaining a clear run between the 300m and the 100m.

Subsequent veterinary examinations were requested on both CHOCOLATS and MADE IN CHINA (V Duric) which revealed no apparent abnormality.


GENERAL

SINGAPORE SEPTEMBER MEETING 2017
FRIDAY, 22 SEPTEMBER 2017:

RACE 6 [TF1189]

On Sunday, 12 November 2017, the Stewards concluded an Inquiry into a report from the Clerk of Scales that Jockey R Shafiq, the rider of SUPERSONICSURPRISE, returned to scale 1.0kg over the declared weight that he weighed out for the above race. Jockey R Shafiq pleaded guilty to a charge under MRA Rule 121(7) in that after riding SUPERSONICSURPRISE in Race 6 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 22 September 2017, he returned to scale 1.0kg in excess of the declared weight that he weighed out for the race. There was no evidence to suggest that Jockey R Shafiq had or attempted to deceive the Clerk of Scales when weighing. However, Jockey R Shafiq had admitted consuming some fluid after he weighed out for the race and that this may have contributed to him returning overweight. When considering penalty, the Stewards took into account the nature of the charge, guilty plea and his record. The Stewards determined to suspend his licence to ride in races to begin on Monday, 20 November 2017 until Friday, 01 December 2017 both dates inclusive (three Singapore Race Days). He was advised of his Right of Appeal.

This penalty will be served consecutively following the completion of his
suspension from Monday, 13 November 2017 until Sunday, 19 November 2017 both dates inclusive (two Singapore Race Days).


SINGAPORE NOVEMBER MEETING 2017
FRIDAY, 10 NOVEMBER 2017:

RACE 3 [TF1408]

At the conclusion of an Inquiry on Sunday, 12 November 2017, Jockey O Chavez, the rider of SATTAR, pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under MRA Rule 44(9)(a)(ii) in that whilst riding SATTAR in Race 3 at the Singapore Turf Club Meeting on Friday, 10 November 2017, approximately 50m after the start, he allowed his mount to shift inwards, when insufficiently clear, resulting in ARC TRIUMPH (A Munro) having to be checked. When deciding on penalty, the Stewards took into account his record, guilty plea and the degree of interference and carelessness. Jockey Chavez was suspended from riding in races with effect from Monday, 13 November 2017 to Sunday, 19 November 2017 both dates inclusive (two Singapore Race Days) and was advised of his Right of Appeal.