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Tamworth Jockey Club’s Country Music Cup meeting has been swamped by nominations. Friday’s meeting captured some 191 nominations, TJC general manager Damon Sullivan advised today.
Racing NSW often fields inquiries as to the whereabouts of certain jockeys currently sidelined due to injury. Following are the latest updates available:-
Race 4 Number 1 – Plymouth Road (NZ) - Rider reported the gelding may not have been suited by todays track conditions and had come to the end of its preparation. A post race veterinary examination revealed no abnormalities. Trainer since reported gelding please since joining stable and was happy with its trial at Randwick on 5/1/17. (Geelong 15/12/16)
Greg Bennett is looking for a new rider for Invienna in her Country Championships qualifier after the mare resumed with a record breaking win at Scone on Sunday.
Racing NSW Stewards are in receipt of notification from two Official Racing Laboratories, namely the Australian Racing Forensic Laboratory and Racing Analytical Services Limited, that the post-race urine sample taken from the David Vandyke-trained filly Yankee Rose, after being placed second in the Group 1 Flight Stakes conducted at Royal Randwick on 1 October 2016, has been found to contain the non-steriodal anti-inflammatory Ketorolac.
Canberra trainer Matt Dale hopes to see Bitburg return to his best three-year-old form when the sprinter resumes at Wagga on Tuesday.
James Doyle rode four winners at Randwick, with the Godolphin-trained Badajoz joining Careless, Admiral Jello and Raiment.
It was an emotional TAB Highway Handicap win for apprentice jockey Andrew Adkins aboard Cogliere, dedicating the victory to the late Margaret Quinton, the wife of his master Ron.
Raiment was unlucky last start at Canterbury but she righted that wrong with a gutsy win at Randwick, and now The Championships are on the radar for the Godolphin-trained filly.
Inglis 2016 Race Series (7 Nov)