VIC - Stewards Supplementary Reports

06 July 2018
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Shepparton – 27 June 2018

RACE 5 - SHEPPARTON BMW PACE

Colleen Aiken, representing trainer David Aiken, advised blood tests taken from Trendy Bromac NZ revealed the mare to be suffering a low red and white blood count. Ms Aiken explained that Trendy Bromac NZ has been treated accordingly and the stable has eased the work load of Trendy Bromac NZ during the week, until treated sufficiently.

RACE 6 - SADDLEWORLD SHEPPARTON PACE

Colleen Aiken, representing trainer David Aiken, advised that blood tests taken from Ima Rocknroll Diva indicated the mare to be suffering very high muscle enzymes. Ms Aiken added that the mare will be treated accordingly before resuming racing. 

RACE 7 - NEATLINE HOMES PACE

Colleen Aiken, representing trainer David Aiken, explained that Heavenly Shades had recovered well subsequent to this event.

Geelong – 28 June 2018

RACE 4 - TORO MOWERS PACE

David Miles, trainer of Artiflash, advised that the gelding had recovered well and blood tests taken during the week failed to reveal any abnormalities. Mr Miles added that Artiflash was engaged to race at Kilmore (8/7/18) and explained that if the gelding failed to race competitive on that occasion he would look at spelling Artiflash following the event.

Mildura – 29 June 2018

RACE 5 - TANKARD DENTAL PACE

David Vozlic, trainer of Butadream, advised that the mare had recovered sufficiently from this event. Mr Vozlic added that he would be continuing with the preparation of Butadream and explained that if he was not satisfied with the performances of Butadream during training, he may explore further treatments to assist any soreness the mare may be enduring.

Kilmore – 30 June 2018

RACE 9 - KEN CHAPMAN MEMORIAL TROT

Chris Svanosio, trainer of Im Stoned Also, explained that a veterinary examination during the week failed to reveal any abnormalities. Mr Svanosio added that he intended on trialing the gelding at Bendigo (8/7/18) and would re-assess the racing future of the gelding following that trial.

Cranbourne –1 July 2018

RACE 7 - ADE TURF PACE

Michael Hughes, trainer of Fairest Fella, advised that blood tests taken from the gelding revealed it to be suffering from a low grade virus. Mr Hughes added that it was the stables intentions to spell the gelding whilst undergoing treatment.

Shepparton – 4 July 2018

RACE 8 - JDC CONTRACTORS PACE (1ST HEAT)

David Miles, trainer of Six Elements, advised that following an incident during the running of this event the mare had sustained a puncture wound to the off side fore leg. Mr Miles added that the mare had been treated and would not race for some time, whilst that treatment is taking place. Mr Miles was advised that Six Elements would be stood down pending a satisfactory veterinary clearance.