Find out what the beaten jockeys made of their runs in the Group One All Aged Stakes at Randwick.
Damien Oliver (Tivaci): “He did a good job and defied the pattern, they haven’t been making much ground all day and he is a quality colt, turning stallion.
Hugh Bowman (Le Romain): “Very brave run, gallant in defeat.”
Craig Williams (Redkirk Warrior): “I thought he went really well in that quality of field and for a horse that didn’t really get his toe into the track.”
Glyn Schofield (Japonisme): “He travelled nicely until the corner then gave me no more.”
Damian Lane (Voodoo Lad): “I think 1400m, WFA and the heavy track just takes the edge of his sprint.”
Kerrin Mcevoy (McCreery): “Good run, he travelled well early, he just lost his way a little bit in the roughest part, between the 600m and the 400m, he actually lost ground and momentum. Regained his action as we topped the rise and finished off really well. The freshen up has done him really well and the blinkers have been a good edition, so he might go to Brisbane.”
Jay Ford (Famous Seamus): “I didn’t think he went too bad, these are conditions that don’t suit him. He’ll no doubt improve off that, but I thought he stuck to his guns well.”
Kevin Forrester (Jungle Edge): “He raced a little keen, three weeks between runs but I wouldn’t blame that. I think the horse is just a little bit impatient. The 1400m does suit him, he boxed on well and I was very happy with him.”
Blake Shinn (English): “I thought she ran, she travelled super, loomed to win but when I let her down she just floundered in the going. So I think we can be forgiving.”
Tommy Berry (Divine Prophet): “Just disregard his run today, I’m not sure if he was disappointing or if it was just the track. He really blundered quite bad on it coming around the bend and half way down the straight.”
Tivaci outgunned Le Romain