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Single Bullet – Veterinary Inspection (Thursday)

Trainer Gary Portelli has advised Racing NSW Stewards that Single Bullet became cast in its stable this afternoon and has suffered abrasions to both front legs, along with an some swelling to its right side eye.

Mr Portelli reported Single Bullet has been inspected by the stable veterinarian who detected no lameness when examined soon after the incident.

Single Bullet will be inspected by Racing NSW Senior Official Veterinarian, Dr Craig Suann, at 9:30am on Thursday morning to assess the colt’s suitability to take its place in the Longines Golden Slipper on Saturday.

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