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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2018-May-07, 02:58 PM Reply #1925 »
I had Qualista going as the last leg in a pretty healthy place multi expecting it to be six in front around the turn, AS IT WAS AT IT'S LAST 2 RUNS, and either hanging on or getting run over on the line but still running a hole. So yeah, I'm talking through my kick but that was a very ODD ride.

A scenario where Qualista built up a fair lead and Shoals ran it down would be acceptable. Shoals is a good horse.

The fact that it was denied building up that lead by a passive ride in the early stages is the point that should be explained to punters.

Just watched the replay. He had plenty of chances to boot up inside the two ratbags in front early on.

The fact that the same jockey who rode it at Randwick rode it on Saturday and chose to ride it that way is a source of intrigue.

https://www.theracessa.com.au/race-info/video-gallery

BTW I did not have a bet in the race.

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« 2018-May-07, 03:16 PM Reply #1926 »
You would have thought that the stewards would at least asked why she was ridden that way

but no mention in the stewards report.

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« 2018-May-07, 06:17 PM Reply #1927 »
The issue with that race was Missrock. Why was it allowed to lead especially with a noted leader in the race?

There could be reasonable explanations from both jockeys but it should be tabled and then it will be finalised.


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« 2018-May-12, 08:50 PM Reply #1928 »
GOATHLAND – Raced four wide without cover throughout. When questioned regarding the performance jockey K. McEvoy stated it was his intention to settle closer to the speed however the gelding failed to muster speed in the early stages therefore he elected to obtain cover but was unable to do so and was obliged to race wide throughout. A post race veterinary examination revealed the gelding had been galloped on the off hind leg and was swabbed.

This was a shocker the horse was in the market but it might as well have stayed home in its box.


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« 2018-May-19, 10:08 PM Reply #1929 »
For a change I had a few bets in Adelaide MissRock was one she's not a leader but began best still it looked like there was a fast lane horses coming from back out in the middle of the track in the couple of races I saw this was one of them a forgive run IMO.
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https://www.theracessa.com.au/race-info/video-gallery

Different pilot different ride different result.

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« 2018-May-20, 09:26 AM Reply #1930 »
Not sure if Melham got the boot or switched rides but he had the last laugh on the winner beating Missrock.

Good run by the runner up.

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« 2018-May-20, 10:55 AM Reply #1931 »
Not sure if Melham got the boot or switched rides but he had the last laugh on the winner beating Missrock.

Good run by the runner up.

Ironic turn around a slaughter on Miss Rock and a gem of a ride to knock her off.

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« 2018-May-26, 12:40 PM Reply #1932 »
Sydney Race 3 Zonk.

Drifts out dramatically in betting. Horse is a leader and draws barrier 1. Happens to miss the start and races accordingly with the leader braining them.



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« 2018-May-26, 01:18 PM Reply #1933 »
Jay Ford on Falerina - my God.  :sad:

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« 2018-May-27, 04:22 PM Reply #1934 »
Can anyone explain what Penza was doing on Venzedora between the 650 and 300m in the 6th at Goulburn today?
Very odd, he seemed to be trying to pull it up but the horse didn’t appear to be overracing to me :what:

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« 2018-May-27, 05:10 PM Reply #1935 »
He didn't look happy with the horse did he. Inside the 400 he's looking down and behind as well. He might have thought there was an issue with the horse but he does give it a slap around the 200.

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« 2018-May-27, 05:16 PM Reply #1936 »
OK. I'll say it. He looks like he is making sure there is enough space for the favourite to get the run through who goes on to win the race.

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« 2018-Jun-01, 03:37 PM Reply #1937 »
D.Browne on Fighting Teo.Went back on a leaders track & never moved a muscle.

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« 2018-Jun-01, 03:43 PM Reply #1938 »
D.Browne on Fighting Teo.Went back on a leaders track & never moved a muscle.

And Stewards will do little about it.

Very poor effort on the part of the Jockey.

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« 2018-Jun-01, 06:53 PM Reply #1939 »
Race 6:  Caloundra RSL Class 1 H’cap – 1400m
 
RIPPIN ‘N’ TEARIN – Change of tactics. Connections advised the gelding would be ridden forward from the wide gate. The horse was ridden accordingly.
 
FIGHTING TEO - Change of tactics. Connections advised the gelding would be ridden more forward from the wide barrier. The horse was ridden in the second half of he field.  Stewards opened an inquiry into the running and handling of the horse.  After taking evidence from jockey D. Browne and trainer Mr K. Kemp, the matter was adjourned to a date to be fixed.

It was never in the hunt wide most of the way finished 9.2L from the winner it didn't look like the jockey was interested maybe the horse didn't handle the track.


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« 2018-Jun-01, 08:58 PM Reply #1940 »
Fighting Teo won on a heavy track at the Sunshine Coast previously by a big space.The jockey was the problem not the track.

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« 2018-Jun-03, 02:51 PM Reply #1941 »
BROWNE CASE ADJOURNED
Stewards have adjourned an inquiry into Damian Browne’s ride on $3 favourite Fighting Teo at Caloundra on Friday.
Stewards have questioned Browne over his seeming lack of vigour on the Kevin Kemp trained runner throughout the race.
Stewards were advised of a change of tactics to ride the horse forward, but it settled back in the field.
Browne said the horse never ever felt comfortable in the run and feared it would lose its action had he given its head.
Fighting Teo was beaten 9.5 lengths.ENDS


I'll be surprised if this amounts to anything more than explanation accepted.

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« 2018-Jun-04, 01:56 PM Reply #1942 »
Good luck to D.Browne if he uses that defense on a track rated a soft 7.
On Oct.15 Fighting Teo won same track/distance on a heavy 10 by 5.5 lengths clocking over 2 seconds faster than the class 2 that day after racing on the pace.
He needs to come up with a better fairy tale.

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« 2018-Jun-15, 10:09 PM Reply #1943 »
Fighting Teo turned the tables around today at Toowoomba unfortunately QR website is so slow loading I hadn't the patience to wait and download his win ...what if anything the stewards said or may do is also unknown due to slow download time on my PC.

http://www.racingqueensland.com.au/Thoroughbred/Racing-Calendar/Video-Replays/Race-Video/TWBA/20180615/6

Nothing in the stewards report on the day inquiry on the previous run still to be determined..R6 at Caloundra.

http://www.racingqueensland.com.au/racing-and-results/full-calendar/thoroughbred/meeting/scst/20180601

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« 2018-Jun-16, 04:58 PM Reply #1944 »

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« 2018-Jun-25, 07:45 PM Reply #1945 »
Damien Browne inquiry on the Fighting Teo ride to be resumed  before the first race at Doomben on Wednesday ......see previous opinions on this...and guess the likely outcome.

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« 2018-Jun-27, 04:39 PM Reply #1946 »
BROWNE CASE ADJOURNED
Stewards have adjourned an inquiry into Damian Browne’s ride on $3 favourite Fighting Teo at Caloundra on Friday.
Stewards have questioned Browne over his seeming lack of vigour on the Kevin Kemp trained runner throughout the race.
Stewards were advised of a change of tactics to ride the horse forward, but it settled back in the field.
Browne said the horse never ever felt comfortable in the run and feared it would lose its action had he given its head.
Fighting Teo was beaten 9.5 lengths.ENDS


I'll be surprised if this amounts to anything more than explanation accepted.

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« 2018-Jun-27, 07:11 PM Reply #1947 »
QUEENSLANDRACING INTEGRITY COMMISSION
 
STEWARDS REPORT
 
BRISBANE RACING CLUB
 
DOOMBEN – WEDNESDAY 27 JUNE 2018
 
WEATHER – OVERCAST/SHOWERS               RAIL – 9M                 PENETROMETER – 5
TRACK RATING –  GOOD 4
SOFT 5 (After Race 3)
SOFT 6 (After Race 5)
 
OFFICIALS
 
Chairman of Stewards – M. Knibbs
Stewards – N. Boyle, C. Albrecht, J. Williamson, B. Connell
Clerk of Scales – L. Hicks
Judge – I. Schultz
Veterinarian – Dr A. Murdoch
Swab Attendants – A. Challen, K. Warwick
Starter – P. Cousins, R. Smith
Jockeys Advocate – S. Scriven
Stewards Secretary – W. Ostrofski
 
SUPPLEMENTARY REPORTS
 
From Sunshine Coast Friday 1 June 2018 – Race 6:
 
Stewards today concluded an adjourned inquiry into the running and handling of FIGHTING TEO in this event. After taking further evidence from trainer K. Kemp and jockey D. Browne, stewards also tabled evidence of vision of the horse’s previous race starts and stewards’ reports from these events. Stewards, after having concerns that jockey Browne had failed to comply with a change of tactics, which was to ride FIGHTING TEO forward from its wide barrier, jockey Browne explained that the gelding began very awkwardly and made heavy contact with the barrier partition, causing the horse to lose ground. He added that he attempted in the first 50m to comply with these instructions, however the horse did not respond to his riding and therefore he restrained the horse to obtain cover at the tail of the field. Stewards accepted jockey Browne’s explanation as to his tactics during this stage of the event. Stewards also raised with jockey Browne further concerns from the 600m onwards, and after hearing evidence from jockey Browne were not satisfied with his explanation that FIGHTING TEO was awkward in its action from the 500m and jockey Browne was subsequently found guilty of a charge under AR. 135(b), being:
 
“The rider of every horse shall take all reasonable and permissible measures throughout the race to ensure that his horse is given full opportunity to win or to obtain the best possible place in the field.”

The particulars of the charge being:
 
1.    For a distance approaching the 500m, when having been afforded clear running behind DREAM CAPTAIN and TOLAI MERI, he failed to ride with sufficient purpose and vigour to attempt to improve his position when it was both permissible and reasonable at this stage of the race.
 
2.    Furthermore, when following TOLAI MERI when leaving the 500m until approaching the 100m, he failed to ride with any purpose and vigour to improve his position when this action was permissible and, given your proximity to the finish of the event, reasonable in the circumstances.
 
3.    Additionally, it was, in the opinion of the stewards, unreasonable for him to ride without purpose and vigour when afforded clear running over the final stages of the race when clearly permissible in the circumstances.
 
Stewards particularise that these failures to fulfil reasonable actions, which were clearly permissible to him, resulted in FIGHTING TEO not being afforded the opportunity to win or finish in the best possible position.”
 
After hearing penalty submissions jockey Browne’s license to ride in races was suspended for a period of 2 months to commence midnight July 1, 2018 and to conclude September 1, 2018. In assessing penalty stewards took into account the good riding record of jockey Browne, previous penalty precedents, the seriousness of the charge and the detrimental effect that rides of this nature have on the industry.
 
Stewards advised trainer K. Kemp that they were satisfied that he was not complicit in jockey Browne’s tactics." ENDS

I expect he'll apply for a stay so as to pursue an appeal through the Internal Review process which hasn't had any results published since early May hard to believe there's been no work done in the almost two months by Mr Ashby since his last decision appeared publicly.

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« 2018-Jun-28, 09:05 AM Reply #1948 »
This wasn't one of Craig's best IMO although the stewards accepted his excuses obviously the best of good things beaten,

https://www.racing.com/news/2018-06-27/williams-questioned-after-demolition-ride

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« 2018-Jun-30, 03:42 PM Reply #1949 »
Sydney race 4 with a 6 horse field. The two favourites engage in a suicidal speed duel and end up a well beaten 3rd and 4th.

Considering the favourite Brook's Magic's rider (Van Overmire) was an apprentice, you would think the rider Angland of the 2nd favourite Difficult To Get would have taken a sit as the apprentice did not want to give up the lead especially as it had not led the past few starts.

The two horses had no chance as a result and the eventual winner was quite a few lengths off them at the start of the track and finished well to beat the favs by a couple of lengths.



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