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KOLKATA MONSOON SEASON 18
Sunday, October 7 , 2018
Race Day: 17
 
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Going Good

False Rails : FROM ABOUT 1100 MTS TO 400 MTS

Penetro Meter Reading : 1.4


1 (119) THE CREDIT SQUEEZE HANDICAP
A Handicap for Horses rated 1 TO 26
1400M
1:45 PM
Modification
 MODIFICATION (App Rupal Singh) and TRUE STORY (Ranidan Singh) were fractious while being stalled.
Power Of Freedom
 POWER OF FREEDOM (C S Jodha) was slow to begin.
Castafiore
 CASTAFIORE (App P Tejeshwar) which was slow to begin finished the race detached from the field. Tr. Rutherford Alford was advised to get his charge examined by the Veterinary Officer and report ailment, if any, and not to accept with the filly until it was capable of a better performance.
Viserion
 VISERION (Md Islam) finished the race detached from the field. Tr. Bharath Singh was advised to get his charge examined by the Veterinary Officer and report ailment, if any, and not to accept with the gelding until it was capable of a better performance.

2 (120) THE STAR PRECISION PLATE
A Handicap for Horses rated 21 TO 46 - (3 years old only)
1100M
2:15 PM
Viareggio
 The Veterinary Officer reported that VIAREGGIO returned bleeding from both nostrils. Tr. J E Mckeown was informed not to accept with his charge until certified fit by the Veterinary Officer.
Gizbar
 GIZBAR (Rajendra Singh) was fractious in its stall.
Madame Recamier
 MADAME RECAMIER (C S Jodha) which was slow to begin finished the race detached from the field. Tr. Javed Khan was informed not to accept with the filly until shown to the satisfaction of the Stipendiary Stewards in a mock race.

3 (121) THE JUJUBE HANDICAP (DIV-I)
A Handicap for Horses rated 21 TO 46
1100M
2:45 PM
Day Flower
 DAY FLOWER (Neeraj Rawal) and AIYANA (Sk Israil) were slow to begin.
Lilac Time
 For running his charge ch m LILAC TIME in shoes other than those declared, Tr. Patrick Quinn was fined a sum of Rs. 500/. Subsequently the mare was permitted to run with all four aluminum plates.
Aiyana
 Jockey Md Islam, the declared rider on b f AIYANA, was fined a sum of Rs. 2,500/ for failing to ride to his declared weight. Subsequently Tr. R W Alford was permitted to replace Jockey Md Islam with Jockey Sk Israil to ride his charge.

4 (122) THE JUJUBE HANDICAP (DIV-II)
A Handicap for Horses rated 21 TO 46
1100M
3:15 PM
Logano
 LOGANO (C Alford) which was fractious while being stalled was slow to begin.
Crystal Ball
 The Veterinary Officer reported that CRYSTAL BALL returned bleeding from both nostrils. Tr. Shafiq Khan was informed not to accept with his charge until certified fit by the Veterinary Officer.

5 (123) THE RASALAS HANDICAP
A Handicap for Horses rated 61 TO 86
1200M
3:45 PM
Gentle Knowledge
 GENTLE KNOWLEDGE (App P Tejeshwar) and TOUGH ENOUGH (C S Jodha) were slow to begin.
Simran's Choice
 SIMRAN’S CHOICE (Vinay Jaiswal) which was fractious while being stalled was slow to begin.

6 (124) THE ALLAYING HANDICAP
A Handicap for Horses rated 41 TO 66
1400M
4:15 PM
Theo
 THEO (Y S Srinath) and BANG BANG (Sarvan Kumar) were slow to begin. The Veterinary Officer reported that THEO returned lame on right fore. Tr. Manvendra Singh was informed not to accept with his charge until certified fit by the Veterinary Officer.

7 (125) THE IMPERIAL STRIDE HANDICAP
A Handicap for Horses rated 41 TO 66
2000M
4:45 PM
The Stradle
 Mr. Vijay Singh and Jockey Shezad Khan when afforded an opportunity to explain the running and riding of ch g THE STARDLE, Mr. Vijay Singh forwarded his explanation through Whatsapp stating “since my horse is more of a one paced horse and likes to run from the top I had asked my rider to take a good jump and go to the front and stretch the field a bit in the first two furlongs and then settle down the pace. In my opinion the rider did follow my instructions but misjudged the pace as he did not control it after the first turn”. On questioning Jockey Shezad Khan corroborated the Trainer’s instructions and stated that at approximately 5 furlong marker on glancing back he noticed that the horse directly behind him was about three lengths away and he had no idea that the others were further behind. The Stipendiary Stewards noted Tr. Vijay Singh’s instructions for future reference.
Capo De Capi
 Tr. Patrick Quinn when afforded an opportunity to explain the poor performance of his charge b g CAPO DE CAPI forwarded his explanation through Whatsapp stating “ because of the fast pace and the horse was feeling the heat that’s may be it ran a very poor race. I am also confused with the poor run as the horse was working very well”. On questioning Jockey P Trevor sent his explanation through Whatsapp stating “he jumped out well and was keen, travelled well till the bend and when asked he had nothing left”. No report of an ailment was received from the Veterinary Officer immediately after the race, however, on a request from the trainer the gelding was scoped on the morning of 9th October, 2019 and no abnormality was reported by the Veterinary Officer. The Stipendiary Stewrds noted their explanations for future reference.

 
     
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