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Wu Gok Required To Gallop After Stable Reports To Stewards

A representative from the Chris Waller stable, Charlie Duckworth, has advised Racing NSW Stewards that after returning to the Waller stables, it was noted that WU GOK, after competing in Race 3 at Canterbury Park on Wednesday (1st November), had blood present in the near side nostril.

As a consequence, Wu Gok will be required to gallop 1000m in the presence of a Steward before being permitted to race again.

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