VIC - Stewards Supplementary Reports

05 October 2017
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Tabcorp Park Melton – 28 September 2017

RACE 1 – DNR LOGISTICS PACE

Andy Gath, trainer of Don Pierre NZ, has reported that the gelding pulled up fine subsequent to the race. Mr Gath added that Don Pierre NZ had worked well this week and was at a loss to explain the performance of the gelding at Tabcorp Park Melton. Don Pierre NZ is engaged at Cranbourne on 8 October 2017.

RACE 4 – SWIFT SIGNS PACE FINAL

Grant Hodges, trainer of Schouten Island, has reported that the gelding pulled up flat subsequent to the race. Mr Hodges added that Schouten Island did not eat his feed in the days immediately after the race which indicated the gelding may have been suffering from a virus. Mr Hodges further added that Schouten Island recommenced eating his feed during the last couple of days and has only lightly worked the gelding this week. Mr Hodges further explained that he would fast work Schouten Island this Saturday (7 October 2017) and reassess the gelding’s current campaign after that.

Andy Gath, trainer of Villareal, has reported that the gelding pulled up flat subsequent to the race. Mr Gath added that he felt Villareal had come to the end of his preparation and that he had sent the gelding to the spelling paddock.

 

Shepparton – 29 September 2017

RACE 5 – GUARDLINE SECURITY SERVICES PACE

Clive Dalton, trainer of Michael Joseph, has reported that the gelding pulled up fine subsequent to the race. Mr Dalton added that Michael Joseph had worked well this week and will nominate the gelding for Shepparton on 11 October 2017.

RACE 9 – SADDLEWORLD SHEPPARTON PACE

Rosemarie Weidenbach, trainer of Murry, has reported that the gelding pulled up well subsequent to the race. Mrs Weidenbach added that Murry had worked well this week and was at a loss to explain the performance of the gelding at Shepparton. Murry is engaged at Echuca on 5 October 2017 and Mrs Weidenbach added she anticipates a forward showing from the gelding.

 

Mildura – 30 September 2017

RACE 4 – MICK MCGUANE @ WORKERS 21ST OCTOBER PACE

Kate Attard, trainer of Montana Village, has reported that in the days immediately subsequent to the gelding choking down and falling, a veterinary examination revealed Montana Village to have sustained life threatening head injuries and the gelding was humanely euthanised on the recommendation of her veterinarian.

RACE 6 – WORKERS SPORTS BAR PACE FINAL

Aaron Brown, trainer of Rocknroll Zena, has reported that the mare pulled up with no structural damage other than some cuts and bruises after racing roughly and falling during the initial running of the event. Mr Brown added that Rocknroll Zena seems well within herself and has eaten up her feed this week and will give the mare a month off racing.

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