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Malaysia (Selangor) - 16/12/2017
Race
RACE 8: CLASS 3 - 1200M (TURF TRACK) TIME: 17:10 PRIZE MONEY: RM$56000
Trackform Number [1554]
Track:GOOD Win Time: 1:10.40
H. No.Horse NameHorse
Rating
H. WtHCP WtC. WtBarJockeyTrainerPlLBW
4MIA 6648958.555.52APP L DE SOUZAR LINES10
6BADCOE 65530585810HS GILLC LECK20.3
1METIER STAR 67505595911J DE SOUZAR LINES31.6
9RUSSELL THE CROWE 6345257566SU LIMPS KUMARAN42.1
5TAFFETAS 6644758.555.54APP CK KHAWR LINES54.6
2STAR CHOICE 6743759599R SHAFIQP LEE66.6
3BRIGHT LIFE 6650558.557.55APP AK LIMR LINES76.9
12PORSENCE 6145856557F YAPS COOK87.2
8HAWAIIAN KING 6357357541APP W FAIZALL MOY98.5
7FORTUNIQUE 6347257573L SOFHANS DUNDERDALE109.3
10CRAZY CLUB 6245556.556.512J MALLYONLN DANIS1110.6
STIPE'S REPORT
Acting on veterinary advice that JERAM VILLAGE was found to have a significant amount of blood in its right nostril with no sign of trauma in that area, the gelding was withdrawn by order of the Stewards at 5:11pm. The gelding will be required to undergo a veterinary examination before being declared to race again.

HAWAIIAN KING (App W Faizal) was slow to begin.

FORTUNIQUE (L Sofhan) was very slow to begin.

At about the 1100M, METIER STAR (J De Souza) was over-racing and was forced to check off the heels of PORSENCE (F Yap).

Between the 900M and the 600M, BADCOE (HS Gill) raced without cover.

Approaching the 400M, HAWAIIAN KING (App W Faizal) laid out causing CRAZY CLUB to be tightened for room between HAWAIIAN KING and CRAZY CLUB. App W Faizal, in the presence of his Master, Trainer L Moy, was shown the vision of this incident and warned to show greater awareness to the other runners under similar circumstances in future.

When questioned regarding the performance of HAWAIIAN KING, Trainer L Moy, the Trainer of HAWAIIAN KING, reported that he had entered the horse in 3 Barrier Practices subsequent to its win in its last start and the horse had shown its moderate ability at best in those Practices. He felt that the horse had been disappointing today, although this was perhaps explained by him racing in a higher grade and having lost ground due to a poor jump. App W Faizal, the rider of HAWAIIAN KING, stated that the horse seemed to lose concentration in the barrier leading to the poor jump. A post-race veterinary examination of HAWAIIAN KING revealed no significant finding.