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Weekly DECEMBER 10-16, 2009 - Vol. 119 No 48 | At Your Newsagent Friday | www.sportstruth.com.au | $2.60¢ including GST | Truth Est. 1890


AFL slams FFA Archie’s a chance AUSTRALIAN coach Pim Verbeek has issued a challenge to Melbourne Victory star Archie Thompson to prove he can shine as a lone striker for the Socceroos ahead of next year’s World Cup. Thompson has not played for Australia since two forgettable Asian Cup qualifiers in February and March, with Verbeek described his performance at the time against Indonesia as “absolutely hopeless”. However Thompson has been in great touch recently in the A-League and now appears set to be given at least one more chance in the green and gold, when the Socceroos play Kuwait in an Asian Cup qualifier on January 6. That match does not fall on a FIFA international date so Thompson is likely to be one of several A-League players called up to be part of the Socceroos squad that will take part in the World Cup finals in South Africa. Verbeek indicated this week that Thompson was still in his thoughts as a potential front man in a 4-3-2-1 formation. “We have many alternatives as striker, Harry (Kewell) certainly can - but also Josh (Kennedy), Archie Thompson, Alex Brosque, Bruce Djite. I’ll make my mind up in May,” said Verbeek. “Archie still has a few months to show me he is good enough to play at the World Cup level. Archie is also on the pre-list for the Kuwait game, then it’s up to him to take the chance during a week of training and maybe the game.” Verbeek has preferred using overseas-based Socceroos whenever possible, and has constantly expressed his concern about the gap in standard between the A-League and the World Cup stage. In addition Verbeek is also extremely worried about keeping domestic players match-fit for the World Cup as the ALeague season is finished in March, meaning that the players will be without match fitness heading to South

Africa. “I’m not so worried about the individual qualities of these players. My worries are more the difference between World Cup level and ALeague level, plus the fact that the A-League finishes in March,” he said. “They know it will be difficult to be in World Cup form when not playing games in March, April or May. But I know they’re all working to find a solution and I’ll help if I can. But I’m very willing to be persuaded, and in the next three months I will be here in Australia watching closely,” added Verbeek. When asked to analyse Australia’s World Cup opponents, Verbeek remained confident although admitted that Germany was going to be a huge test for his players. Speaking in regards to Germany, Verbeek said, “One of the best teams in the world, of course. They always do well in big tournaments, 2002 in the final, 2006 the semis, and it will be very difficult to beat them. But I think we can do it as the way they play suits us quite well. “As for Serbia any team that beats France in qualification must be good. Ghana’s biggest advantage is that they play on their home continent’s soil, and the crowd will be very partisan.” Following the draw of the World Cup group stages last weekend, the term ‘underdogs’ has often been thrown around, however I personally hope that this is one term Verbeek stays away from. I just don’t understand how before the draw many of the Socceroos players were hoping for a re-match with reigning world champions who controversially beat Australia in Germany in 2006. The players spoke confidently about the prospect of playing and beating the best, however the very next day did their best to claim underdog status against all three of their opponents. In order to prosper, we must change our thinking.

BY JOE BARRESI THERE is no doubting that the Football World Cup is the world’s biggest sporting event. It creates world wide head lines and is even more popular than the Olympic Games. Nations beg to host the prestigious event and Australia just happen to be one of those nations. Football Federation Australia and the Australian government are currently doing all they can to convince FIFA that we are the place to stage either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup. For years many suggested Australia’s time zone as our biggest hurdle in winning the right to stage the World Cup, however this week it seems that the biggest hurdle may very well be our beloved code of AFL.

This week AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou lashed out over the prospect that the MCG may be off-limits for up to four months if Australia wins the right to host the event. “We are led to believe that the MCG would need to be decommissioned for around about 16 weeks because they want to put some seating in on the lower bowl,” Demetriou said. “If that’s true, that would put our season in jeopardy and that is something that we need to get some clarification on. The various options and scenarios obviously revolve around either a suspension of the season and then to resume, or it could even mean not having a season. That is something that we just couldn’t entertain.” Demetriou explained this week that the

★ ANDREW DEMETRIOU... believes that the FFA is asking too much from the AFL.

AFL had a strong track record of doing its best to work in concert with major sporting events, including the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and the Australian Formula One Grand Prix. “It is an important thing when Australia gets a major event,” he said. “So, obviously when this was first broached, we were told that we would be able to play our season around the World Cup or there would be a very limited time that our game couldn’t be played - perhaps four weeks.” “Obviously if that is the case, then obviously we would work around that because we are very flexible, but when people start talking about eight to 10 weeks or 16 weeks, that makes it very, very, difficult to comprehend.” Demetriou added that he was concerned about the potential impact on broadcast rights and the league’s corporate partners and blamed FFA for its failure to communicate. “We have asked and we haven’t had anything come back and we have asked more than once, I can assure you,” he said. “I think it’s important and incumbent on the FFA to get their act together to make sure they start communicating with not just our code, but other codes, to talk about solutions as to how they will accommodate having our codes played in between the World Cup.” Demetriou later went on to declare Etihad Stadium off limits for the World Cup. Demetriou lashed out at soccer authorities for ‘’trumpeting’’ their plans to use Etihad Stadium as a World Cup venue without consulting the AFL. He said with the AFL already offering to give up the MCG for part of a season, the league could not afford to do without the Docklands stadium as well. In response, Football Federation Australia has threatened to strip World Cup games from Melbourne and send them interstate. The FFA needs the Docklands venue as part of its World Cup plans and had already been struggling to meet the requirements of soccer’s international body, FIFA, for at least a dozen 40,000-seat stadiums. However Demetriou stated he would not compromise on the Docklands stadium, which is under contract to the AFL for 25 years. ‘’It’s impossible to run a football season without Etihad,’’ said Demetriou. ‘’We have put up a suggestion of the MCG being unavailable for 10 weeks, which would require our agreement, but we need Etihad to have a season,’’ he said. It’s not just the AFL that is giving the FFA trouble with the NRL also rejecting a proposed schedule from the FFA. An NRL spokesman said there were aspects in the proposal “that clearly didn’t work’’ for the rugby league competition. “But that does not mean we are throwing it out the window,’’ the spokesman said. “We are certainly keen to find a way through it but some of what is proposed clearly does not work. We will meet with them later this week.’’

Geelong OK with Gazza’s meeting

★ GARY ABLETT... had a secret meeting with the Gold Coast last Sunday.

THE GEELONG football club is not upset by Brownlow medallist Gary Ablett’s meeting with the Gold Coast last weekend, with the Cats actually expecting Ablett to sit down with officials from the 17th team and listen to their offer. Geelong actually learned of Ablett’s secret meeting on Monday afternoon via Port Adelaide connections, with some Port Adelaide players having spotted Ablett and his manager talking to senior Gold Coast officials on Sunday in a Broadbeach apartment complex. Geelong is determined to remain calm about the Ablett situation and it will not pressure Ablett into making a decision as they believe they could push him away if they push him too hard. Despite many football identities and fans slamming Ablett for meeting with the Gold Coast while still contracted, the Cats haven taken the view that they knew Ablett would meet the new club, and that he would be offered a huge contract at some stage. The cats hierarchy remains confident

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of retaining Ablett, despite the club’s admission that it cannot pay him what the Gold Coast is expected to offer - a long-term deal in the vicinity of $1.5 million a year, which is expected to be double of what he is earning now with the Cats. The Cats, who won’t comment on Ablett’s contractual situation, say there are factors other than money in their favour, such as the fact that Ablett is born and bred Geelong, enjoys the surf coast lifestyle and has a strong rapport with the club and his teammates. Despite not being able to match the Gold Coast’s offer, the Cats believe that there are long-term benefits, including significant business advantages, in Ablett remaining a one-club player and a Geelong legend. Geelong president Frank Costa also isn’t outraged with Ablett meeting Gold Coast officials but when asked if he intended to speak with Ablett about the meeting he replied: “We will.” “You can’t blame the Gold Coast for chasing the best player in the competition (but) his heart is here,” Costa told

the Geelong Advertiser. “He enjoys playing with his mates here and he has chance to play finals here for the next few years with the calibre of list that we’ve got.” Costa has repeatedly said that while $1.6 million is an attractive offer, almost half of that would be lost to tax, his management group and the cost of living on the Gold Coast as compared to Geelong or Torquay, where Ablett currently lives. Despite all that has happened this week, Geelong football manager Neil Balme stressed that the Cats’ position on Ablett had not changed. “He’s contracted. We’re very keen for him to stay and we think he will and that’s all we’ve got to say on it,” Balme said. While the Cats aren’t too concerned with Ablett’s meeting, the same can’t be said for Essendon coach Matthew Knights who stated on Melbourne radio station SEN 1116 that he would be ‘’grossly disappointed’’ if one of his players met the Gold Coast. “If I could put it in Essendon terms, rather than relative to Geelong, I would be grossly disappointed,”

Knights said. ‘’If you’re in a program and young Patrick [Ryder] was up there talking to the Gold Coast, while you’re in program and the day before you may have been looking into his eyes in the team meeting ... I think that would be grossly disappointing and it’s something we’ve got to be so careful with.’’ “The thing about it is the Essendon supporters and members get really attached to these young players . . . you’d have 40,000 or 50,000 members who would also be very disappointed and hang on every word about the next possible meeting,” he said. Balme dismissed Knights’ comments, saying, “(Knights) can have his opinion. I’m not going to express an opinion on what he says. “We’re confident that everything will work out, but I don’t really want to say any more than that.” One ace up the Gold Coast’s sleeve is that Gary’s younger brother Nathan and their famous father Gary Sr are both currently living on the Gold Coast, so perhaps the family bond could help convince Ablett of moving.

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RACING INDEX Mark Esler Read All About It Flemington Rosehill Saturday

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Silent to make big noise in HK THREE of the nation’s best gallopers will get a chance to showcase Australian racing at the rich International meeting set down for Sha Tin in Hong Kong on Sunday. All Silent, Apache Cat and Scenic Blast will line up in the Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) with All Silent the more fancied of the trio in early betting. The Graeme Begg trained All Silent was one of the stars of the VRC spring carnival with wins in the Group Two Gilgai Stakes (1200m) and the Patinack Farm Classic (1200m) at Flemington maintaining his unbeaten record at the track. After an autumn campaign thwarted by wet tracks, All Silent was targeted at sprints in the spring and his barnstorming victor y when he came from last in the Patinack Classic was one of the standouts of the carnival. It is not the first time that All Silent, who has built a reputation as one of our leading gallopers, has travelled to Hong Kong as he was sent there as a juvenile but failed to settle in the and returned to Australia after not having a start. Begg is also familiar with Hong Kong, enjoying success with Monopolize who won the Hong Kong Bowl (1400m) in 1995 and 1996. “He’s back to his right weight and has really thrived in the last few days,” Begg said. “There’s a real bounce in his step and he’s a happy horse.” Australian Horse of the Year, Scenic Blast, showed he was primed for Sunday’s assignment with an impressive barrier trial win on Tuesday. The world’s joint top-rated sprinter together with Sacred Kingdom, Scenic Blast was forced to miss his lead-up race in the International Sprint Trial with foot problems but is now in fine fettle

according to trainer Dan Morton. “I was happy with his trial win,” Morton told the South China Morning Post. “He clearly needed the hitout but he seems to have come through it well. “The foot problem is just something we have to keep an eye on and manage, it flares up now and again but he appears okay now.” Scenic Blast won the King’s Stand at the Royal Ascot meeting in June before finishing out of the placings in the July Cup at Newmarket and the Sprinters Stakes in Japan. Multiple Group One winner Apache Cat has pleased Greg Eurell in his work since arriving and the Cranbourne trainer is confident the spectacularly marked chestnut will run well. “I have been happy with the way he has gone about his work since arriving,” Eurell reported. “It’s hard to say whether he is any better than this time last year but he is just as good as 12 months ago. “It is a tough race, but he is an amazing horse if he won I certainly wouldn’t be surprised.” The John O’Shea prepared Racing To Win is Australia’s representative in the Hong Kong Mile on the same program with the Randwick trainer confident the gelding can be very competitive. Racing To Win had an up and down spring, scoring one of the best wins of his career in the Theo Marks Stakes before disappointing in the George Main Stakes and Toorak Handicap. He bounced back for a solid fourth to Scenic Shot in the Mackinnon Stakes and did enough to earn an invitation to the Hong Kong International meeting but he might have missed his chance to win on the international stage. The seven-year-old has won five Group One races but his best performances came three years back when he claimed the DoncasterEpsom Handicap double.

★ ALL SILENT... trainer Graeme Begg is familiar with Hong Kong, already enjoying success there.

Border racks up another win BORDER Rebel might not rate among the elite as far as our finest thoroughbreds go but when it comes down to honesty and plain old fashioned guts, the country trained galloper is up there with the best. The four year old racked up his ninth win from 12 starts when he dug deep to hold out Dorf Command and win the Darley Stud Hcp (1100m) by a head at Rosehill last Saturday. Tamworth trainer Sue Grills had also entered Border Rebel

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for a Group Three race at Doomben on the same day but opted for Sydney after copping a horror draw in Brisbane. “He drew barrier 16 in Brisbane which would have made his task impossible,” Grills said. “It was disappointing we didn’t go to Brisbane but his win in Sydney was a great consolation prize. “Winning five in a row in Sydney is terrific. I can’t believe it really. He just likes to win, you could see how much he wanted

to win last Saturday. “He’s a wonderful little horse. They just couldn’t run him down the other day even though he looked in trouble. It has been a fantastic ride for us so far.” Border Rebel has also given 16-year-old apprentice Tim Bell the ride of his life, giving him the opportunity to showcase his talents to the Sydney punters when he partnered the gelding to consecutive Rosehill wins in May and June. “She’s basically the one that

made me and Border Rebel’s been such a good little horse to us,” Bell told aap. “He was entitled to get beaten last Saturday. Ten metres out from the line I was going to get beaten. “He is just an exceptional horse and I’ve loved him from day one.” The Tamworth based apprentice has teamed up with the galloper in seven of his eight career wins. Border Rebel has now won

more than more than $284,000 in prizemoney, a great return for her owner Veronica Scott-Mason, a woman with a long and colourful racing background in Africa and Australia. Scott-Mason was a prominent trainer, and also air race competitor and farmer, in Kenya before migrating to Australia. In recent years she has owned the Hazelwood Stud near Toowoomba and now resides at Dorrigo on the NSW north coast.

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2010 WORLD CUP WINNER Spain Brazil England Argentina Italy Germany Netherlands France Ivory Coast Portugal Chile Ghana Serbia Paraguay USA Australia

$5.00 $5.75 $6.00 $9.00 $12.00 $13.00 $13.00 $16.00 $23.00 $26.00 $51.00 $51.00 $51.00 $67.00 $71.00 $81.00

2010 F1 WORLD CHAMPION

Cameroon Mexico South Africa

$81.00 $81.00 $81.00

Best Bet: England Value Bet: Italy

$6.00 $12.00

Summary: With the draw for next year’s World Cup now announced, the betting markets have changed. With Brazil drawing a hard group, Spain are now favourites, however I believe that England will be the team to beat. They are currently in great form and have drawn an easy group. Reigning champions Italy at $12 are a great value bet considering their group.

Lewis Hamilton Fernando Alonso Sebastian Vettel Jenson Button Felipe Massa Nico Rosberg Mark Webber Robert Kubica Rubens Barrichello Nick Heidfeld Nico Hulkenberg Timo Glock Adrian Sutil Bruno Senna

$3.50 $4.00 $6.50 $6.50 $7.00 $11.00 $15.00 $31.00 $34.00 $34.00 $51.00 $81.00 $81.00 $101.00

Jarno Trulli Heikki Kovalainen

$101.00 $151.00

Best Bet: Fernando Alonso Value Bet: Felipe Massa

$4.00 $7.00

Summary: Expect next year’s F1 season to be very different from this years as the traditional teams will have closed the gap on this year’s leading teams. Fernando Alonso should be the man to beat in a Ferrari that has already had plenty of work put into it while the McLaren’s will again be around the mark. Massa will make a comeback and will be eager to prove a point.

★WAYNE ROONEY... will put on a show next year for England.

★ FERNANDO ALONSO... should triumph at Ferrari next year.

2010 MOTOGP WORLD CHAMPION Valentino Rossi Casey Stoner Jorge Lorenzo Dani Pedrosa Ben Spies Nicky Hayden Colin Edwards Andrea Dovizioso Hiroshi Aoyama Marco Simoncelli Marco Melandri Alvaro Bautista Aleix Espargaro Hector Barbera Randy De Puniet Loris Capirossi Mika Kallio

$2.55 $2.75 $6.00 $6.00 $21.00 $41.00 $51.00 $51.00 $81.00 $81.00 $81.00 $101.00 $101.00 $126.00 $126.00 $151.00 $151.00

Best Bet: Casey Stoner $2.75 Value Bet: Jorge Lorenzo $6.00 Summary: Valentino Rossi will again start favourite and rightfully so considering his record in MotoGP, however I’m tipping Aussie Casey Stoner to just beat him in the championship. That will depend of course on Stoner’s fitness with the Ducati star facing illness troubles this year. At $6, Jorge Lorenzo is great odds.

★ CASEY STONER...

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FLEMINGTON

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Of $70000. 1st $42700, 2nd $12600, 3rd $6300, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $700, 7th $700, 8th $700, 9th $700, 10th $700. For Two-Years-Old Fillies. Set Weights plus Penalties. No allowances for apprentices. This race carries a SUPER VOBIS Nominators Bonus of $7,000 and a SUPER VOBIS Owners Bonus of $23,000 for qualified horses. RECORD: 1100 1-2.2 Don't Tell Tom

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FLOKKATI LADY DAVINCI I'M POSH DUTCHY'S LASS JESSE'S GIRL FIERCE RIVAL RED BELLY BLACK

Mark Zahra (7) 54: Brian Park (6) 54: (3) 54: Chris Symons (2) 54: Craig Newitt (5) 54: Dwayne Dunn (1) 54: Glen Boss (4) 54:

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WESTERN HEALTH COMMUNITY HANDICAP 1600 METRES Of $70000. 1st $42700, 2nd $12600, 3rd $6300, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $700, 7th $700, 8th $700, 9th $700, 10th $700. For Three-Years-Old - 0 - 82. Apprentices can claim. This race carries a SUPER VOBIS Nominators Bonus of $7,000 and a SUPER VOBIS Owners Bonus of $23,000 for qualified horses. RECORD: 1600 1-33.49 Scenic Peak

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GANGLAND TONZATICKA RAIN SHADOW CABEZA (NZ) ARCTIC KING FLASH MADICA

Billy Egan (a3) Dwayne Dunn Michael Rodd Jason Maskiell (a3) Chris Symons Dean Yendall

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JOHNSTAFF PROJECTS HANDICAP 1000 METRES Of $70000. 1st $42700, 2nd $12600, 3rd $6300, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $700, 7th $700, 8th $700, 9th $700, 10th $700. For Three-Years-Old Fillies. Apprentices can claim. This race carries a SUPER VOBIS Nominators Bonus of $7,000 and a SUPER VOBIS Owners Bonus of $23,000 for qualified horses. RECORD: 1000 55.5 Special

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GIBRALTAR MOON HEAD OVER HEELS LONDON INK RAPT TO GOGO SINCENGARNI PRINCESS DIABLO BEE ALI AVIGNON

Jason Maskiell (a3) (5) 59 Dwayne Dunn (2) 53: Chris Symons (8) 53 (6) 53 (7) 53 Billy Egan (a3) (1) 53 Stephen Baster (3) 53 Glen Boss (4) 53

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STORMHILL PLAYWRIGHT (NZ) ROAD WORKER RIGHT FONG CAUSEWAY QUEEN GOOD RED MISSION CRITICAL DIAMONDSONDINSIDE LAST DROP DE MARS SIR SKALAHAD BUFFETT (NZ) COCHON D'OR (NZ) STRUCKBYAIT

(11) Steven King (14) (7) Mark Pegus (3) (12) Jason Maskiell (a3) (5) Mark Zahra (8) Glen Boss (10) Brian Park (13) Billy Egan (a3) (9) Nathan Rose (a3) (6) Stephen Baster (4) Michelle Payne (2) Chris Symons (1)

FLEMINGTON ZOUKI HANDICAP

AEDST STARTING TIMES SHOWN Mark Esler

Of $70000 and $1000 trophy. 1st $42700 and trophy of $1000, 2nd $12600, 3rd $6300, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $700, 7th $700, 8th $700, 9th $700, 10th $700. . Apprentices can claim. RECORD: 2000 1-58.73 Makybe Diva (GB)

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1 FLOKKATI 2 LADY DAVINCI 4 DUTCHY’S LASS

1 FLOKKATI 2 LADY DAVINCI 4 DUTCHY’S LASS

1 FLOKKATI 2 LADY DAVINCI 4 DUTCHY’S LASS

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3 RAIN SHADOW 1 GANGLAND 2 TONZATICKA 1 GIBRALTAR MOON 5 SINCENGARNI 2 HEAD OVER HEELS

1 GANGLAND 2 TONZATICKA 3 RAIN SHADOW 1 GIBRALTAR MOON 5 SINCENGARNI 2 HEAD OVER HEELS

3 RAIN SHADOW 1 GANGLAND 6 FLASH MADICA 4 RAPT TO GO 2 HEAD OVER HEELS 6 PRINCESS DIABLO

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1 SOUND JOURNEY 5 POISED TO WIN 3 BARWON EXPRESS

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2 PLAYWRIGHT 3 ROAD WORKER 14 STRUCKBYAIT

7 ITS PRINCE 1 SOUND JOURNEY 9 SWOOPER 3 ROAD WORKER 9 LAST DROP 14 STRUCKBYAIT

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14 IAMZEUS 6 DANYZUM 4 OKAY OKY

2 GROWL 11 SHEEDY 14 IAMZEUS

7 ITS PRINCE 1 SOUND JOURNEY 9 SWOOPER 3 ROAD WORKER 9 LAST DROP 14 STRUCKBYAIT 6 DANZYLUM 2 GROWL 11 SHEEDY

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2 LET LOUSHE 3 HOTEL CASINO 9 BELTROIS

9 BELTROIS 2 LET LOUSHE 3 HOTEL CASINO

9 BELTROIS 2 LET LOUSHE 8 KUDETA

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9 BULLION MANSION 6 SHYLOCK’S DAUGHTER 1 CABAZON

9 BULLION MANSION 6 SHYLOCK’S DAUGHTER 1 CABAZON

9 BULLION MANSION 7 VITEX 2 FIRE VAIN

BEST BET: 1 SOUND JOURNEY (R 4) VALUE BET: 9 BULLION MANSION (R 8)

BEST BET: 1 FLOKKATI (R 1) VALUE BET 9 BULLION MANSION (R 8)

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1400 METRES Of $70000 and $1000 trophy. 1st $42700 and trophy of $1000, 2nd $12600, 3rd $6300, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $700, 7th $700, 8th $700, 9th $700, 10th $700. . Apprentices can claim. RECORD: 1400 1-20.6 Lovey

1 -70603 2 2353X-b 3 2-6634 35-137 5 474099 6 80-041 7 0-0698 421579 23162-b 10 -40-90 11 -79113b 12 -080-9 13 9-30-8 14 0150-2b 15 -82044 16 3110-0 17 e 9-5142 18 e 20-391

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ITSAMONTY GROWL (NZ) KERDEM (IRE) OKAY OKY TEARS I CRY DANZYLUM MOLOTOV KEEPTHEDREAMALIVE NOBLE SAMURAI (NZ) SACRED SURMARDI SHEEDY TANTAT SECRET DANDY DOLLAR IAMZEUS (NZ) PRODUCED (NZ) ANAVALANCHE BERRINGAMA NO JURISDICTION

Jason Maskiell (a3) Brad Rawiller Michelle Payne Chris Symons Peter Mertens Logan McGill Luke Currie Brent Stanley Neville Wilson Jason Benbow Wayne Davis Craig Newitt Stephen Baster Matt Pumpa Glen Boss

(17) (15) (1) (14) (8) (5) (3) (16) (2) (4) (12) (18) (6) (9) (10) (11) (7) (13)

58: 57 57 56: 56: 56 56 54: 54: 54: 53: 53: 53 53 53 53 53 53

FLEMINGTON 34.50 HIGHPOINT HANDICAP – 1200 METRES

WESTERN HEALTH SPONSORS PLATE 1100 METRES

FLEMINGTON Comments RACE 1 1 FLOKKATI: Good debut effort and will be hard to hold out. 2 LADY DAVINCI: Solid provincial win on debut. Should measure up. 3 I’M POSH: Honest and finished off well last start. Respect. 4 DUTCHY’S LASS: Finished off nicely on debut. Each way claims. 5 JESSE’S GIRL: Even debut. Needs to find a little but can do so. 6 FIERCE RIVAL: Making debut and betting best guide to chances. 7 RED BELLY BLACK: In smart camp. Keep watchful eye on market.

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(7) 547 Mark Zahra Peter G Moody (Caulfield)

M V 28Nov09 1000 2Y-SWP, Dead, L Nolen (3) 54, $3.80: 1st Star Witness 56: 0.1L, 59.68

LADY DAVINCI

(6) 547

b f 2 (18/08/07) Secret Savings (USA) - Shadedah Brian Park PINK, TURQUOISE QUARTERS, CHECKED SLEEVES, CHECKED CAP 1 Start. 1-0-0 $8,775 Terry & Karina O'Sullivan (Stawell)

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BRAT 2Dec09 1000 2Y MDN-SW, Dead, B Park (1) 55, $11: 2nd Onamissionfromgod 57: 0.1L, 1-0.39

Of $70000. 1st $42700, 2nd $12600, 3rd $6300, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $700, 7th $700, 8th $700, 9th $700, 10th $700. . Apprentices can claim. RECORD: 1200 1-7.16 Iglesia

1700 METRES Of $70000. 1st $42700, 2nd $12600, 3rd $6300, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $700, 7th $700, 8th $700, 9th $700, 10th $700. . Apprentices can claim. RECORD: 1700 1-41.4 Knight's Word

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SOUND JOURNEY BALLACK (NZ) BARWON EXPRESS DR NIPANDTUCK POISED TO WIN STEEL MY HEART ITS PRINCE SADALBARI SWOOPER BLITZ'EM RILEY (NZ) SEA SKYE (USA)

Billy Egan (a3) Jason Maskiell (a3) Jack Hill (a3) Steven King Craig Newitt Peter Mertens Glen Boss Dean Yendall Stephen Baster Dwayne Dunn

(9) (1) (7) (10) (2) (5) (8) (4) (11) (6) (3)

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Mark Pegus Dwayne Dunn Craig Newitt Jason Maskiell (a3) Chris Symons Darren Gauci Brent Stanley Glen Boss Dean Yendall

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8 FLEMINGTON 5.30 WESTERN HEALTH FOUNDATION PLATE 1600 METRES Of $70000. 1st $42700, 2nd $12600, 3rd $6300, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $700, 7th $700, 8th $700, 9th $700, 10th $700. For Four-Years-Old and Upwards Mares - 0 - 82. Apprentices can claim. RECORD: 1600 1-33.49 Scenic Peak

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CABAZON Jason Maskiell (a3) FIRE VAIN Billy Egan (a3) BE MINE Mark Pegus BLUE COLLAR JILL Dean Holland BANRI MAEVE Nathan Rose (a3) SHYLOCK'S DAUGHTER (NZ) Dwayne Dunn VITEX Stephen Baster AIRWAYS Dean Yendall BULLION MANSION Glen Boss CONSTANT Chris Symons HUSSYANNA Jason Benbow EPIC JOURNEY Brent Stanley LARISSAR Michelle Payne

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RACING TRUTH, DECEMBER 10-16, 2009 –

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Racing Truth form guide for FLEMINGTON I'M POSH (Blks) N

3

(3) 547

ch f 2 (08/08/07) Happy Giggle - Imposing Annie WHITE, ROYAL BLUE AND GOLD BAND, ROYAL BLUE SLEEVES AND CAP 3 Starts. 0-0-1 $9,250 Colin & Cindy Alderson (Cranbourne) 4-8 5-11 3-8

CAUL 14Oct09 1000 2Y-SW-LR, Good, D Nikolic (3) 53:, $21: 1st Dark Valley 55:: 1.9L, 58.77 SANH 14Nov09 1000 M COOPER-LR, Dead, Ms C Lindop (6) 53:, $21: 1st Secession 55:: 6.0L, 57.38 BRAT 2Dec09 1000 2Y MDN-SW, Dead, N Rose (a) (6) 55(cd 53:), $2.70F: 1st Lady Davinci 55: 0.2L, 1-0.39

DUTCHY'S LASS

4

(2) 547

br f 2 (22/08/07) Dutch Harry - Southampton Chris Symons ORANGE AND ROYAL BLUE DIAGONAL STRIPES, ORANGE AND ROYAL BLUE SEAMS CAP 1 Start. 0-1-0 $5,650 Shaun Dwyer (Bendigo) 2-7

M VN 4Dec09 1000 2YF NMW-SW, Good, C D Symons (2) 57, $12: 1st Warm Love 57: 1.3L, 59.28

JESSE'S GIRL

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ch f 2 (30/08/07) Choisir - Runaway Jesse Craig Newitt ROYAL BLUE AND LIME HALVES, ROYAL BLUE CAP, LIME POM POM 1 Start. 0-0-0 $3,150 Peter Morgan (Whittlesea) 4-6

M V 28Nov09 1000 2Y-SWP, Dead, D Dunn (2) 54, $10: 1st Star Witness 56: 2.6L, 59.68

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FIERCE RIVAL N

(1) 547

RED BELLY BLACK

(4) 547

b f 2 (20/09/07) Tiger Hill (IRE) - Gold Fame Dwayne Dunn NAVY, LIME DIAMOND BAND AND SLEEVES, NAVY AND LIME DIAMOND CAP First Start John McArdle (Mornington)

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ch f 2 (11/10/07) Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Coldstream Lass (IRE) Glen Boss LIME, NAVY BLUE STRIPES, LIME SLEEVES, STRIPED CAP First Start David Hayes (Flemington)

2

FLEMINGTON

1.30

GIBRALTAR MOON

1

1-9 1-11 1-7 7-15 6-16

SANH 20May09 1000 2YF HCP, Good, I Gundogdu (a) (9) 58:(cd 56:), $2.50F: 2nd Custard 55:: 0.3L, 56.82 FLEM 6Jun09 1000 2YF HCP, Good, I Gundogdu (a) (10) 58(cd 56), $3.30F: 2nd Masai Miss 54:: 0.2L, 57.77 CAUL 27Sep09 1000 3Y HCP, Slow, B Evans (a) (7) 58(cd 56), $6: 2nd Trounce 53: 1.3L, 58.99 CAUL 10Oct09 1200 THBRD CLUB-G3, Good, D Dunn (14) 55:, $14: 1st Avenue 56:: 4.3L, 1-9.7 FLEM 5Nov09 1200 TCL ELECT-LR, Good, D Dunn (15) 54, $11: 1st Trim 53: 3.6L, 1-9.89

HEAD OVER HEELS

2

b f 3 Fastnet Rock - Centaine's Gift (NZ) NAVY BLUE 6 Starts. 1-2-1 $26,047

4-12 6-9 2-10 1-8 2-12

FLEMINGTON Comments RACE 2 2 TONZATICKA: All starts competitive and should be so again.

3

b f 3 Elvstroem - Filming Chris Symons ORANGE, WHITE STRIPE, BLACK SLEEVES, ORANGE CUFFS (D) 2 Starts. 1-0-0 $15,075 Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra (Flemington) Dist 2-1:0:0 Trk 1-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0 1-11 11-13

BDGO 21Jun09 1000 2Y MDN-SW, Dead, C D Symons (9) 55, $21: 2nd Bluey's Mist 55: 0.1L, 59.53 FLEM 4Jul09 1000 2YF HCP, Dead, C D Symons (12) 55:, $18: 1st Orbiting Belle 55: 7.0L, 59.05

RAPT TO GOGO

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5 ARCTIC KING: This tougher than last start but not hopeless. 6 FLASH MADICA: Still maiden and prefer in that grade.

GANGLAND

(3) 59

b g 3 More Than Ready (USA) - La Zoffany Billy Egan (a3) NAVY BLUE, NAVY BLUE AND WHITE CHECKED SLEEVES AND CAP (D) 6 Starts. 2-1-0 $31,513 Danny O'Brien (Flemington) Dist 2-1:0:0 Wet 1-0:0:0 Trk 1-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0 BLLA 4Oct09 1206 MDN-SW, Dead, Ms Michelle Payne (4) 55:, $11: 1st Carleton 58: 4.7L, 1-11.7 ECHA 13Oct09 1400 3Y MDN-SW, Dead, Ms Michelle Payne (2) 57, $3.50F: 2nd Piccadilly Moon 55: 2.3L, 1-26.35 FLEM 31Oct09 1600 CBINE CLUB-G3, Dead, Ms Michelle Payne (8) 55, $51: 1st Kidnapped 56: 22.1L, 1-37.83 M VN 13Nov09 1523 3Y 0 - 68, Good, N Rawiller (1) 56, $5.50: 1st Sneaky Tsu 54: 1.3L, 1-32.91 SANL 25Nov09 1600 3Y 0 - 68, Good, W J Egan (a) (5) 57:(cd 54:), $9: 2nd Jewel Thief (NZ) 55:: 0.1L, 1-37.41

TONZATICKA

5-13 4-14 1-7 2-7

1-7

BDGO 26Nov09 1000 3YF MDN-SW, Heavy, M Flaherty (5) 57, $5: 2nd Mesmerize Me 57: 1.0L, 1-1.08

SINCENGARNI

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2-11 1-8 4-8 5-12

WNBL 19Oct09 1000 3Y MDN-SW, Dead, W J Hokai (4) 55, $8: 1st Grin 57: 0.1L, 59.47 WNBL 5Nov09 1100 MDN-SW, Dead, J G Fry (a) (5) 54:, $3.50: 2nd Dance At Rosario 58: 1.3L, 1-4.78 WNBL 16Nov09 1200 CL1, Good, J G Fry (a) (4) 55:, $3.30F: 1st Canny Swim 58: 2.9L, 1-11.14 M V 28Nov09 1200 3YF 0 - 72, Dead, J G Fry (a) (6) 55(cd 52), $51: 1st Screen 56: 2.4L, 1-12.32

BEE ALI (Blks)

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b f 3 Al Maher - Bee And Bee GOLD AND RED DIAGONAL STRIPES, GOLD CAP 2 Starts. 0-0-0 $500

6-11 5-12

Stephen Baster Dale Sutton (Tylden)

MORN 14Nov09 1220 3YF MDN-SW, Good, K G Sanderson (8) 57, $13: 1st Lady Gaga 57: 5.7L, 1-12.87 GEEL 3Dec09 1235 3YF MDN-SW, Good, S Baster (1) 57, $13: 1st Delightful Vision 57: 2.7L, 1-13.18

AVIGNON N

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ch f 3 Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Taravain LIME, NAVY BLUE STRIPES, LIME SLEEVES, STRIPED CAP First Start

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(1) 57

BDGO 26Apr09 1100 2YF MDN-SW, Slow, A Spiteri (3) 57, $7: 1st Dorsoduro 57: 6.4L, 1-5.69 SEYM 29Oct09 1309 MDN-SW, Good, M Rodd (1) 53:(cd 54), $8: 2nd Trojan Bullet 58: 4.5L, 1-15.97 M VN 20Nov09 1600 3YF 0 - 72, Dead, S W Arnold (2) 59, $1.80F: 2nd Viva Las Palmas 56: 1.8L, 1-38.97

Glen Boss David Hayes (Flemington)

FLEMINGTON 2.50 SGE CREDIT UNION HANDICAP 1700 METRES

FLEMINGTON Comments RACE 4 1 SOUND JOURNEY: In great form and clearly the one to beat.

(2) 567

b c 3 Zabeel (NZ) - Lady Iguazu (NZ) Jason Maskiell (a3) NAVY BLUE, NAVY BLUE AND WHITE CHECKED SLEEVES AND CAP (W) 4 Starts. 1-0-0 $22,113 Danny O'Brien (Flemington) Wet 1-1:0:0 SANH 5Aug09 1300 3Y 0 - 68, Slow, B Evans (a) (6) 56:(cd 54:), $12: 2nd Midnight Glory 54: 0.1L, 1-20.99 M V 22Aug09 1200 MCKENZIE-LR, Good, Steven King (4) 55, $9: 1st Carrara 56:: 14.3L, 1-11.86 SANH 21Nov09 1400 3Y 0 - 72, Dead, D Nikolic (2) 58, $9: 1st Umanugget 56: 4.0L, 1-24.18 CAUL 5Dec09 1400 3Y HCP, Good, D Nikolic (10) 55, $26: 1st Paganini's Soul 54:: 6.9L, 1-23.66

3 BARWON EXPRESS: Ran well although soundly beaten. Each way. 4 DR NIPANDTUCK: Ran on well start. Hasn’t won in town for awhile. 5 POISED TO WIN: Last run okay in G3 and rates as strong chance here.

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br g 7 Dr Fong (USA) - Clippings CERISE, GOLD PHOENIX, QUARTERED CAP (DWT) 48 Starts. 8-4-8 $593,850 Dist 2-1:0:1 Wet 13-3:2:4 Trk 14-2:0:2 T/D 2-1:0:1 10-15 7-11 6-15 6-8 3-10

Steven King James Fraser (Wangaratta)

FLEM 5Sep09 1200 HKJC STKS-G3, Good, D Gauci (6) 53, $71: 1st Swift Alliance 53:: 2.7L, 1-9.98 M VN 25Sep09 1600 4UP HCP, Slow, O Doleuze (3) 57:, $5: 1st Excelltastic 55:: 8.4L, 1-38.79 SEYM 18Oct09 1600 SEYM CUP-LR, Good, C Newitt (9) 55, $21: 1st Mandela (NZ) 59: 3.6L, 1-35.7 FLEM 7Nov09 2000 HCP, Good, C Newitt (7) 55:, $26: 1st Raffaello 58: 7.9L, 2-3.44 WOD 29Nov09 1590 WDGA CUP, Slow, N Souquet (4) 59, $8: 1st Syndrome (NZ) 53:: 1.1L, 1-36.7

POISED TO WIN

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(2) 55

br g 7 More Than Ready (USA) - Oak Park Carashan Craig Newitt PINK, TURQUOISE QUARTERS, CHECKED SLEEVES, CHECKED CAP (WT) 50 Starts. 8-5-9 $344,937 Terry & Karina O'Sullivan (Stawell) Dist 4-0:1:1 Wet 7-1:0:2 Trk 11-2:1:3 T/D 2-0:1:0 6-7 7-12 5-14 1-10 10-16

CAUL 23May09 2000 HCP, Good, I Gundogdu (a) (2) 54:(cd 52:), $16: 1st Driffield Gold 56:: 4.4L, 2-2.56 CAUL 10Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, H Bowman (4) 55, $61: 1st Maxisun 55: 4.7L, 1-22.56 BDGO 28Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, Ms C Lindop (13) 54, $15: 1st El Mandon 56:: 1.4L, 1-22.8 FLEM 7Nov09 1600 4UP 0 - 95, Good, H Bowman (4) 56:, $12: 2nd Lucky Thunder 56:: 0.8L, 1-35.95 SANH 21Nov09 1800 ECLIPSE-G3, Good, Ms C Lindop (5) 54, $11: 1st Bashful Girl 53: 5.4L, 1-49.83

STEEL MY HEART

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(5) 54

ch m 7 Gallo Di Ferro (USA) - Silver Heart RED, BLACK CLUB, WHITE SLEEVES, RED AND WHITE QUARTERED CAP (W) 36 Starts. 10-6-3 $193,780 Roslyn Day (Strathalbyn) Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 7-2:2:1 2-6 2-6 2-15 10-11 7-7

MORP 25Jul09 2000 HCP, Dead, A Patterson (1) 58, $1.70F: 1st Just Don't Ask 51:: 0.1L, 2-5.66 MORP 15Aug09 1600 HCP, Good, A Patterson (1) 58, $7: 1st Dynamic Hero 56:: 1.3L, 1-36.54 BKVA 2Sep09 1600 BKVA CUP-LR, Dead, A Patterson (4) 55, $6.50: 1st Alcopop 53: 0.1L, 1-34.56R MORP 12Sep09 1600 TOKYO CITY-LR, Good, A Patterson (1) 57, $6: 1st Dynamic Hero 55:: 1.8L, 1-36.26 MORP 14Nov09 1539 2MW-LY, Good, J Frew (a) (5) 60(cd 57), $4.60: 1st Spirit of Capri 54: 4.8L, 1-30.95

ITS PRINCE (Blks)

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(8) 537

b or br g 6 Principality - Reign Danzig Peter Mertens WHITE, RED LIGHTNING BOLT, BLACK SLEEVES, RED CAP, BLACK POM POM 30 Starts. 5-10-5 $184,084 Robbie Griffiths (Cranbourne) Dist 1-0:0:1 Wet 1-0:0:1 Trk 1-0:1:0

3-9 6-14 1-14 2-13 1-14

M VN 3Apr09 2040 0 - 82, Slow, B Avdulla (a) (4) 57(cd 54), $6: 1st Johan's Love 52:: 3.6L, 2-10.48 BLLA 4Oct09 1206 0 - 78, Dead, N Hall (8) 59, $11: 1st Belong to Peri 52: 2.0L, 1-11.4 GEEL 21Oct09 1503 0 - 78, Good, N Hall (11) 59, $9.50: 2nd Arazamataz 58: 1.8L, 1-29.84 FLEM 5Nov09 1600 LA VIE EN ROSE, Good, N Hall (10) 54:, $7: 1st Sadalbari 54: 0.1L, 1-36.25 M V 28Nov09 1500 0 - 89, Dead, N Hall (1) 57:, $6.50: 2nd Encroacher 56:: 0.8L, 1-30.82

SADALBARI

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(4) 537

b g 5 Orpen (USA) - My First Star (IRE) GREEN, PURPLE YOKE AND CAP (WT) 14 Starts. 6-1-3 $178,467 Wet 4-1:1:1 Trk 1-1:0:0 2-11 7-13 1-13 4-10

Glen Boss Michael Kent (Cranbourne)

M VN 27Mar09 1600 0 - 82, Dead, I Gundogdu (a) (8) 58(cd 56), $1.80F: 1st Putney Bridge (NZ) 57: 0.3L, 1-37.4 SANH 23Sep09 1300 0 - 82, Slow, B Rawiller (7) 59, $5: 1st By the Way 57: 2.0L, 1-18.8 CAUL 14Oct09 1600 0 - 89, Good, C Brown (4) 56, $3.80F: 1st Grail Jeuney 53: 2.4L, 1-37.39 FLEM 5Nov09 1600 LA VIE EN ROSE, Good, C Brown (7) 54, $8: 2nd Its Prince 54:: 0.1L, 1-36.25 SANH 21Nov09 1500 HCP, Good, N Rose (a) (5) 54:(cd 51:), $3.40: 1st Sound Journey 58:: 2.9L, 1-29.95

SWOOPER (Blks)

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(11) 537

b m 5 Black Hawk (GB) - Killorelin Belle Dean Yendall GREEN, YELLOW DIAMOND, RED SLEEVES, YELLOW CAP (WT) 23 Starts. 7-3-2 $241,133 Darryl Dodson (Telopea Downs) Wet 7-2:1:1 Trk 3-1:1:0

5-15 5-10 4-12 7-14 1-10

WNBL 7May09 2350 WNBL CUP-LR, Slow, D Yendall (8) 53:, $9.50: 1st Hissing Sid 57: 4.6L, 2-29.13 SANH 13Jun09 1400 MARES HCP, Heavy, D Yendall (9) 58, $12: 1st Justsay Sumthink 55:: 3.2L, 1-26.6 M V 20Jun09 1600 F&M HCP, Heavy, N Rose (a) (3) 58(cd 55), $5.50EF: 1st Pink Shimmer 54: 4.2L, 1-40.33 FLEM 4Jul09 1800 HCP, Dead, D Dunn (13) 55:, $7.50: 1st Pacino 56:: 8.5L, 1-50.15 M V 28Nov09 1500 F&M-SWP, Dead, D Yendall (4) 56:, $13: 2nd Dollops 56:: 0.1L, 1-31.66

BLITZ'EM RILEY (NZ) (Blks)

(6) 53

b g 6 O'Reilly (NZ) - Covered N' Grey (NZ) RED, ROYAL BLUE LIGHTNING FLASH 22 Starts. 5-0-2 $177,700 Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 2-0:0:0 Trk 6-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0

Stephen Baster

10 3-10 6-16 8-10 5-9 4-14

11

Marion Shears (Sale)

CAUL 2May09 1400 HCP, Good, N Hall (a) (5) 53(cd 53:), $41: 1st Jungle Ruler 56: 1.5L, 1-23.38 FLEM 16May09 1400 HCP, Good, N Hall (a) (14) 53(cd 53:), $41: 1st Gold Salute 53: 3.3L, 1-23.4 FLEM 30May09 1800 0 - 89, Good, G Boss (6) 57:, $7: 1st Naadji (NZ) 53: 4.0L, 1-49.95 SANH 14Nov09 1300 0 - 95, Dead, C Newitt (7) 55:, $17: 1st Greatwall of China 55:: 1.9L, 1-17.32 M V 28Nov09 1500 0 - 89, Dead, D Oliver (5) 58, $20: 1st Its Prince 57:: 1.2L, 1-30.82

SEA SKYE (USA) (Blks)

(3) 53

b g 5 Stravinsky (USA) - Ocean Jewel (USA) Dwayne Dunn WHITE, EMERALD GREEN MALTESE CROSS, QUARTERED CAP (W) 13 Starts. 4-3-0 $71,463 Bevan & Richard Laming (Cranbourne) Dist 1-0:1:0 Wet 4-1:2:0 Trk 1-0:0:0

1-5 1-12 5-13 10-15 8-16

2 BALLACK: Off break and this trip could suit fresh. Creates interest.

CABEZA (NZ) (Blks)

1-11 8-8 5-7 12-12

(1) 53

Peter G Moody (Caulfield)

b f 3 Bianconi (USA) - Turn to Rain Michael Rodd WHITE, RED MALTESE CROSS AND STRIPED SLEEVES, QUARTERED CAP (D) 3 Starts. 2-0-0 $36,388 Mark Kavanagh (Flemington) Dist 1-1:0:0 Wet 1-0:0:0

4

PRINCESS DIABLO (Blks)

Dwayne Dunn

RAIN SHADOW N

8-11 1-10 1-5

(7) 53

BRAT 25Jun09 1200 2YF MDN-SW, Heavy, D Oliver (6) 57, $2.60F: 2nd Screen 57: 0.1L, 1-17.46 M V 25Jul09 1200 2Y HCP, Dead, Steven King (1) 54:, $12: 1st True Persuasion 56:: 4.0L, 1-11.73 FLEM 8Aug09 1410 3YF HCP, Good, B Evans (a) (2) 56:(cd 54:), $3.50F: 1st Salinas 56: 3.2L, 1-26.03 SANL 16Aug09 1200 3YF 0 - 68, Slow, B Evans (a) (2) 58(cd 56), $6: 1st Aloha 56:: 3.9L, 1-13.25

6

E FM 28Feb09 1000 2Y HCP, Good, S Scriven (13) 56, $21: 1st Neeson 57: 1.3L, 58.13 E FM 21Mar09 1300 2Y HCP, Good, J Byrne (12) 55, $6: 1st Fantastic Blue 56: 1.7L, 1-18.72 ARAT 8Nov09 1200 3Y MDN-SW, Dead, Ms L Meech (6) 57, $1.60F: 2nd Motto's Gem 55: 3.0L, 1-10.11 SANH 21Nov09 1400 3Y 0 - 72, Dead, L Nolen (4) 56:, $2.90F: 1st Umanugget 56: 1.3L, 1-24.18

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b f 3 Mugharreb (USA) - Raptego NAVY BLUE, SILVER BRACES, RED SLEEVES, NAVY BLUE AND SILVER HOOPED CAP (DW) 1 Start. 1-0-0 $8,775 Colin Davies (Cranbourne) Dist 1-1:0:0 Wet 1-1:0:0

ch f 3 Dubai Destination (USA) - Diablo Girl (NZ) Billy Egan (a3) WHITE, YELLOW BAND, RED SLEEVES, RED AND YELLOW QUARTERED CAP 4 Starts. 1-1-0 $11,200 Mervyn McKenzie (Warrnambool) Dist 1-0:1:0

4 CABEZA: Lost way since debut win and more needed.

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DR NIPANDTUCK (Blks)

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3-8

3 RAIN SHADOW: Impressive at the valley and looks above average.

ch c 3 Show a Heart - Danzin Yeah YELLOW, RED TARTAN QUARTERS 4 Starts. 1-1-0 $24,375

Peter G Moody (Caulfield)

LONDON INK N

1-8 3-9 4-7 5-9

1 GANGLAND: Off strong win and capable of repeating the dose.

9-9 2-7 1-12

Dwayne Dunn

br f 3 Lonhro - Timeless Winds BLACK, YELLOW LIGHTNING BOLT, STARS SLEEVES AND CAP (W) 4 Starts. 1-0-1 $18,790 Danny O'Brien (Flemington) Wet 2-1:0:0 Trk 1-0:0:0

1600 METRES

4-14 1-10

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SANL 27May09 1400 2Y HCP, Dead, L Nolen (4) 55, $3.60F: 1st Gardner 53:: 1.3L, 1-25.72 BDGO 8Oct09 1300 3YF MDN-SW, Good, G Boss (4) 57, $3F: 1st Stormy Hussey 57: 1.0L, 1-17.74 BRAT 22Oct09 1400 3YF MDN-SW, Good, L Nolen (9) 57, $1.80F: 1st Turnstiles (NZ) 57: 2.3L, 1-25.07 KILM 10Nov09 1107 3Y MDN-SW, Good, L Nolen (3) 55, $2.50F: 2nd Showstoppa 55: 2.8L, 1-5.12 M V 28Nov09 1200 3YF 0 - 72, Dead, L Nolen (5) 56, $5.50: 1st Screen 56: 0.5L, 1-12.32

WESTERN HEALTH COMMUNITY HANDICAP 5

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ch f 3 Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Undercover Jason Maskiell (a3) RED AND YELLOW STRIPES, BLACK SLEEVES, RED AND YELLOW STRIPED CAP (DWT) 9 Starts. 5-1-0 $136,739 Lee Freedman (Mornington) Dist 6-4:1:0 Wet 2-2:0:0 Trk 2-1:0:0 T/D 1-1:0:0

5

CRAN 6Sep09 1300 0 - 78, Dead, B Higgins (5) 54(cd 54:), $5: 2nd Mortal 56:: 0.2L, 1-19.83 SANH 23Sep09 1500 0 - 82, Slow, B Higgins (2) 55, $9.50: 2nd Unapred 57:: 0.3L, 1-33.08 CAUL 14Oct09 1600 0 - 89, Good, B Higgins (9) 54, $12: 1st Grail Jeuney 53: 2.0L, 1-37.39 FLEM 5Nov09 1800 4&5Y 0 - 89, Dead, B Higgins (7) 54:, $8: 1st Tintern 55:: 8.8L, 1-49.32 SANH 21Nov09 1800 ECLIPSE-G3, Good, M Pumpa (15) 53, $31: 1st Bashful Girl 53: 4.6L, 1-49.83

FLEMINGTON WESTERN HEALTH CUP

3.30

2000 METRES

6 STEEL MY HEART: Poor last two in SA. Needs to lift. 7 ITS PRINCE: Good win at Valley but last bit of some concern this trip.

FLEMINGTON Comments RACE 5

8 SADALBARI: Slightly disappointing last start. Worth another chance.

1 STORMHILL: Likes to bowl along in front and could be hard to catch.

b g 3 Beautiful Crown (USA) - Polar North Chris Symons ORANGE, WHITE STRIPE, BLACK SLEEVES, ORANGE CUFFS 5 Starts. 1-0-0 $8,250 Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra (Flemington)

9 SWOOPER: made sweeping run to win and must include on that effort.

2 PLAYWRIGHT: Hard to follow but has the talent if puts in.

10 BLITZ’EM RILEY: Better last start. Long time out of winners circle.

3 ROAD WORKER: Handy Sa galloper and not without claims.

8-8 4-10 5-10 7-11 1-9

11 SEA SKYE: Runs on well and solid run in G3. Don’t leave out.

4 RIGHT FONG: Won well prior to last run. Another chance.

ARCTIC KING (Blks)

5

(4) 557

KYNE 26May09 1112 2Y MDN-SW, Dead, C D Symons (6) 57, $6: 1st Toluka 57: 12.0L, 1-9.55 BDGO 8Oct09 1000 3Y MDN-SW, Good, C D Symons (2) 57, $26: 1st Belle Diva 55: 5.0L, 58.09 BLLA 23Oct09 1215 3Y MDN-SW, Dead, L Currie (8) 57, $3.50F: 1st Meetmeinkentucky 57: 2.1L, 1-14.18 GEEL 15Nov09 1325 MDN-SW, Dead, Dale Smith (5) 56:, $9: 1st Divergent 56:: 4.0L, 1-18.96 KYNE 1Dec09 1450 3Y MDN-SW, Dead, C D Symons (5) 57, $9: 2nd Margrave 57: 0.1L, 1-29.51

FLASH MADICA N

6

ch g 3 Delago Brom - Flash Poppi ROYAL BLUE, RED AND WHITE STRIPED SLEEVES, RED CAP 8 Starts. 0-2-1 $17,500 Wet 3-0:1:0 Trk 1-0:0:0

7-14 2-9 7-15 3-8 2-10

(5) 54 Dean Yendall Terry Kelly (Ballarat)

BRAT 13Aug09 1200 3Y MDN-SW, Heavy, M Pumpa (7) 57, $7.50: 1st Red Colossus 57: 5.1L, 1-17.09 SW H 31Aug09 975 3Y MDN-SW, Slow, M Pumpa (8) 57, $7: 1st Disco Summit 57: 0.1L, 58.29 BRAT 20Sep09 1200 SHOW MDN-SW, Slow, M Pumpa (11) 55:, $21: 1st Weasley 55:: 3.9L, 1-14.96 HTON 27Oct09 1200 3Y MDN-SW, Dead, M Pumpa (4) 57, $6: 1st Testascana 57: 3.1L, 1-12.35 M VN 20Nov09 1533 MDN-SW, Dead, B Rawiller (10) 56:, $7.50: 1st Arnie El (NZ) 58: 1.0L, 1-34.1

3

FLEMINGTON

2.10

JOHNSTAFF PROJECTS HANDICAP

SOUND JOURNEY

1

1 GIBRALTAR MOON: Freshened up and will be tough nut to crack. 2 HEAD OVER HEELS: Honest galloper and drawn to get good run. 3 LONDON INK: Resuming. Won on debut so expect good showing. 4 RAPT TO GOGO: Debut good enough to suggest will be competitive.

5 CAUSEWAY QUEEN: Failed to fire this time. Strips fitter now.

br h 5 Good Journey (USA) - Written By Sound (NZ) Billy Egan (a3) GREEN, BLUE DIAMOND, PINK AND BLUE DIAMONDS SLEEVES, PINK CAP (T) 17 Starts. 6-2-0 $316,050 Mark Kavanagh (Flemington) Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 1-0:0:0 Trk 5-1:1:0 T/D 1-0:0:0

6 GOOD RED: Struggling a little but best form gives some chance.

10-16 10-10 7-11 1-14 1-10

8 DIAMONDSONDINSIDE: Needed to do more last start. Place hope.

CAUL 11Apr09 1400 VIC HCP-G3, Dead, I Gundogdu (a) (7) 53:, $7.50: 1st Masked Assassin 54: 4.8L, 1-23.27 CAUL 2May09 1400 HCP, Good, P Mertens (6) 56, $4.40: 1st Jungle Ruler 56: 3.8L, 1-23.38 CAUL 14Oct09 1200 HCP, Good, D Oliver (2) 56, $11: 1st Here de Angels 59: 5.2L, 1-9.76 FLEM 7Nov09 1400 4UP HCP, Good, M Rodd (6) 57, $8.50: 2nd Our Saint 53: 0.2L, 1-22.18 SANH 21Nov09 1500 HCP, Good, S W Arnold (2) 58:, $3.10F: 2nd Barwon Express 54: 2.3L, 1-29.95

BALLACK (NZ)

2

(1) 577

b g 6 Montjeu (IRE) - Trephina Jason Maskiell (a3) NAVY BLUE, NAVY BLUE AND WHITE CHECKED SLEEVES AND CAP (W) 28 Starts. 5-5-3 $483,825 Danny O'Brien (Flemington) Dist 2-0:0:0 Wet 4-2:1:0 Trk 8-0:3:1 T/D 2-0:0:0 5-13 1-15 4-16 6-17 14-16

1000 METRES

FLEMINGTON Comments RACE 3

(9) 597

FLEM 25Apr09 1610 AUCKLAND RC-LR, Good, S Baster (9) 53:, $41: 1st Chasm 56: 1.3L, 1-37.73 DOOM 9May09 2020 CHAIRMANS-G3, Good, D Oliver (7) 55, $8.50: 2nd Rabbuka 54: 0.8L, 2-3.37 E FM 6Jun09 2400 BRIS CUP-G2, Heavy, H Bowman (12) 54:, $7: 1st Scenic Shot 60: 2.4L, 2-34.62 E FM 20Jun09 2200 TATTS CUP-G3, Good, D Oliver (4) 58, $6: 1st Hume (NZ) 53: 6.3L, 2-14.58 FLEM 3Oct09 1410 SUPERSTABLE-LR, Good, D Nikolic (15) 56, $71: 1st Raheeb 56: 11.3L, 1-23.12

BARWON EXPRESS (Blks)

3

b g 6 Lake Coniston (IRE) - Zonki AQUANITA BLUE, WHITE COLLAR AND CUFFS, PINK CAP 20 Starts. 7-2-4 $200,350 Wet 2-0:0:0 Trk 4-0:0:1 12-13 5-11 1-9 8-14 2-10

(7) 56 Jack Hill (a3) Robert Smerdon (Caulfield)

CAUL 19Sep09 1200 H/STUART-LR, Dead, N Hall (4) 53(cd 53:), $12: 1st Rightfully Yours 55: 6.7L, 1-11.4 CAUL 14Oct09 1200 HCP, Good, N Hall (3) 55, $8: 1st Here de Angels 59: 4.0L, 1-9.76 MRPK 24Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, J D Hill (a) (3) 57(cd 54), $2.30F: 2nd Finniss Storm 54:: 2.0L, 1-23.21 FLEM 7Nov09 1400 4UP HCP, Good, B Rawiller (4) 57:, $5F: 1st Sound Journey 57: 3.4L, 1-22.18 SANH 21Nov09 1500 HCP, Good, J D Hill (a) (1) 57(cd 54), $5.50: 1st Sound Journey 58:: 2.3L, 1-29.95

7 MISSION CRITICAL: Lost way of late and more needed.

9 LAST DROP: Hard fought win at the valley. Deserves consideration. 10 DE MARS: Looking to others on latest form. 11 SIR SKALAHAD: Not racing well enough. 12 BUFFETT: Fitter for three runs back and expect improved showing. 13 COCHON D’OR: Didn’t do enough first up. Later on. 14 STRUCKBYAIT: Honest but struggles to win. Nice draw gives hope.

HAND CAR WASH, DETAILING & CAFE CAR WASH FROM $10

5 SINCENGARNI: First up. First preparation good enough and run well. 6 PRINCESS DIABLO: Handy but place best in this lineup. 7 BEE ALI: Still a maiden and find this tough. 8 AVIGNON: making debut. Strong stable and monitor betting.

6 – RACING TRUTH, DECEMBER 10-16, 2009

The contents of this Racing Liftout have been carefully compiled by the Racing Services Bureau and Sports Truth, and are believed to be correct at the time of publication. The Racing Services Bureau, Sports Truth their Agents or servants will not hold themselves responsible for any errors or omissions. readers are urged to check TAB information with the official lists before placing their bets.

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Truth Truth Racing

1

ROSEHILL

1.10

5

ROSEHILL

GOLDEN SLIPPER FESTIVAL ON SALE HANDICAP - 1100 METRES

2 EXTREME MOVER CALLMEWHATYALIKE CAPLAMP MUSHEER 3 BOMBAY MILITARY QUEEN PLASTIC FANTASTIC REEM SHADOW JUDGEMENT 6 HOT ROCKS 5 SURPASSING

2

Nash Rawiller Kerrin McEvoy Peter Robl Corey Brown

Tye Angland Tim Clark Chris Munce Grant Buckley

ROSEHILL

(2) (5) (4) (8) (11) (6) (9) (1) (10) (3) (7)

57 56 56 56 54 54 54 54 54 54 54

3

LATIN NEWS STRATEGIC IMPACT TROMSO WILL TO WIN SPEEDING TO WIN TONK HIDDEN GEM KILLIAN PROST

Glyn Schofield Nathan Berry (a2) Nash Rawiller Brenton Avdulla (a2) Corey Brown James Innes Blake Shinn

(7) (6) (1) (5) (3) (4) (2) (8) Peter Robl (9)

ROSEHILL

58 57 55 55 54 54 54 54 53

Of $70000. 1st $42000, 2nd $13300, 3rd $6650, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $1050, 7th $1050, 8th $1050. Starter Subsidy: $200 for non-prize earning runners. For Three-Years-Old and Upwards - BENCHMARK 80. Apprentices can claim. BOBS Bonus available: $20,000 RECORD: 2000 1-59.99 Octagonal (NZ),Danewin

4

DELAGO STAR BANDAR ALL TIME CHAMPION LALETTA ZAMPARA OUR CANNAVARO (NZ) PREDOMINANCE FOR CRUYFF'S SAKE RIVER RONALD FEORLAN

6

Kody Nestor (a3) Corey Brown Alex Stokes (a3) Brenton Avdulla (a2) Rod Quinn Blake Shinn Tye Angland

(2) (5) (6) (9) (1) (10) (8) (3) Grant Buckley (4) Blake Spriggs (a3) (7)

ROSEHILL

DAILY DOUBLE: 6 & 8

QUADDIE: 5, 6, 7 & 8

QUINELLAS ALL RACES

Mark Esler

ROSEHILL

Tim Clark Blake Shinn Jay Ford Tye Angland Glyn Schofield Kerrin McEvoy Chris Munce Corey Brown

(7) (8) (5) (6) (3) (4) (2) (1)

58 53 53 53 53 53 53 53

4.30

TAB NUMBER 1 CLUB HANDICAP

1 2

3 TROMSO 1 LATIN NEWS 5 SPEEDING TO WIN 2 BANDAR 5 ZAMPARA 4 LALETTA

5 SPEEDING TO WIN 3 TROMSO 1 LATIN NEWS 5 ZAMPARA 4 LALETTA 2 BANDAR

2 MARGHAM 3 MISS INDEPENDENT 13 DANZA DOLL

13 DANZA DOLL 3 MISS INDEPENDANT 7 CHEAP THRILLS 2 MERENSKY REEF 4 SCOUTING WIDE 5 STAR RIPPER

3 4

59 56 55 55 55 54 54 53 53 53

5 STAR RIPPER 2 MERENSKY REEF 4 SCOUTING WIDE

5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

51225-b 5801-5 152733731-2 9-3075 -11213 3760-4 10326212-1 1241941112-

7

MOSSURMI MALAMBO AFGHANI FAST BULLET SCHIBELLO GANGITANO LEDGER BEOWOLF PINWHEEL PRINCE OF CAPERS SUPER CHOICE

ROSEHILL

Tommy Berry (a2) Kody Nestor (a3) Nathan Berry (a2) Brenton Avdulla (a2) Peter Robl Tim Clark Peter Wells

(4) (8) (7) (6) (10) (11) (5) (2) (3) Blake Spriggs (a3) (1) Chris Munce (9)

61 59 58 57 57 56 56 56 56 55 53

5.10

WWW.THERACES.COM.AU HANDICAP 1200 METRES Of $70000. 1st $42000, 2nd $13300, 3rd $6650, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $1050, 7th $1050, 8th $1050. Starter Subsidy: $200 for non-prize earning runners. For Three-Years-Old Fillies - BENCHMARK 74. Apprentices can claim. BOBS Bonus available: $20,000 RECORD: 1200 1-8.39 All Our Mob

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

575241 672133 18-112 175-11 -51645 14 221100-13 -79-37 4142631 2b

BREAK CARD DANZA DOLL MADEITTOTHEMOON GIRL HUSSLER COUNTRY CLUB AL SAHRA COUNTERPANE DATS MA GAL TUDOR MAGIC WE BETCHA GARDNER FAIR CHOICE READY MISS

Blake Shinn (10) (12) Kody Nestor (a3) (7) (11) (4) Brenton Avdulla (a2) (2) (6) Jim Cassidy (5) Tommy Berry (a2) (8) Chris Munce (1) Peter Robl (9) Robert Thompson (13) Corey Brown (3)

Collo

Joe Rogers 5 BOMBAY 4 MUSHEER 6 MILITARY QUEEN

6 MILITARY QUEEN 3 CAPLAMP 2 CALLMEWHATYALIKE 1 LATIN NEWS 3 TROMSO 5 SPEEDING TO WIN 2 BANDAR 5 ZAMPARA 10 FEORLAN 3 MISS INDEPENDANT 7 CHEAP THRILLS 2 MARGHAM 5 STAR RIPPER 2 MERENSKY REEF 4 SCOUTING WIDE

6 GANGITANO 9 PINWHEEL 3 AFGHANI

6 GANGITANO 4 FAST BULLET 9 PINWHEEL

4 GIRL HUSSLER 7 COUNTERPANE 1 BREAK CARD

7 COUNTERPANE 3 MADEITTOTHEMOON 4 GIRL HUSSLER

3 MADEITTOTHEMOON 4 GIRL HUSSLER 7 COUNTERPANE

2 JOKU 3 PRINCE BRAEMAN 4 MR SLICK

3 PRINCE BRAEMAN 4 MR SLICK 2 JOKU

3 PRINCE BRAEMAN 2 JOKU 9 O’CRICKEY

6

6 GANGITANO 3 AFGHANI 11 SUPER CHOICE

7 8

1200 METRES

2.30

2000 METRES

589557 159431 183414 -70353 342133 -00994 68-090 499305 7-4004 107411

1 8-7724 MUSIC REVIEW (GB) 2 215233b MERENSKY REEF 3 540287 DOTHIS DOTHAT 4 221212 SCOUTING WIDE (NZ) 5 993111 STAR RIPPER 6 3-7374 BRIGHT MIND (GB) 7 362451 DANE FONTAINE 8 013443 TANGIWAI

VENUE SYD

– VIC TAB INFO –

1 EXTREME MOVER 5 BOMBAY 4 MUSHEER

BEST BET: 3 TROMSO (R.2) VALUE BET: 2 MARGHAM (R.4)

Of $70000. 1st $42000, 2nd $13300, 3rd $6650, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $1050, 7th $1050, 8th $1050. Starter Subsidy: $200 for non-prize earning runners. For Three-Years-Old and Upwards - BENCHMARK 80. Apprentices can claim. BOBS Bonus available: $20,000 RECORD: 1200 1-8.39 All Our Mob

TONY AND MANERA LAHOOD HANDICAP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SATURDAY Liftout —

3.50

Of $100000 and $750 trophy. 1st $65000 and trophy of $750, 2nd $20000, 3rd $9000, 4th $4000, 5th $2000. Starter Subsidy: $200 for non-prize earning runners. For Three-Years-Old and Upwards. Quality. (LISTED). No allowances for apprentices. RECORD: 2400 2-25.78 Grand Zulu

1.50

Of $70000. 1st $42000, 2nd $13300, 3rd $6650, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $1050, 7th $1050, 8th $1050. Starter Subsidy: $200 for non-prize earning runners. For Three-Years-Old Colts and Geldings - BENCHMARK 73. Apprentices can claim. BOBS Bonus available: $20,000 RECORD: 1200 1-8.39 All Our Mob

1-1 4-1135 4-1 21202-2b 1-1 1 15-57219-

Rail: TRUE entire circuit

2400 METRES

GOLD COAST INTERNATIONAL HOTEL HANDICAP - 1200 METRES

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

SATURDAY DECEMBER 12

CHRISTMAS CUP

Of $70000. 1st $42000, 2nd $13300, 3rd $6650, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $1050, 7th $1050, 8th $1050. Starter Subsidy: $200 for non-prize earning runners. For Two-Years-Old. Apprentices can claim. BOBS Bonus available: $20,000 RECORD: 1100 1-2.51 Westicaro

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

ROSEHILL

8

BEST BET: 5 SPEDDING TO WIN (R.2) VALUE BET: 2 MERENSKY REEF (R.5)

BEST BET: 2 BANDAR (R.3) VALUE BET: 3 MADEITTOTHEMOON (R.7)

ROSEHILL

5.50

BIG 6 JACKPOT HANDICAP 1400 METRES Of $70000. 1st $42000, 2nd $13300, 3rd $6650, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $1050, 7th $1050, 8th $1050. Starter Subsidy: $200 for non-prize earning runners. For Three-Years-Old and Upwards - BENCHMARK 95. Apprentices can claim. BOBS Bonus available: $20,000 RECORD: 1400 1-21.51 Final Fantasy

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

8-50-9 512-32 115-42 0-0026 -77426 72645014-77 228-47 -24606 810-70 11-337 842035 137-24 536-06

DOUBLE DARE (NZ) JOKU PRINCE BRAEMAN MR SLICK (NZ) NEW EDGE COME ON CUGAT MARY'S GRACE MY SWEET COOKIE O'CRIKEY (NZ) TOGNI VINTEDGE SHADOW CABINET (IRE) GEARED UP CENTOVER

Nash Rawiller Tommy Berry (a2) Glyn Schofield Blake Spriggs (a3) Grant Buckley Corey Brown Blake Shinn

Jim Cassidy Peter Robl Chris Munce

(9) (11) (5) (4) (8) (10) (2) (13) (1) (7) (3) (12) (6) (14)

58 58 57 55 55 54 54 54 53 53 53 53 53 53

58 58 58 57 56 55 54 54 54 53 53 53 53

3.10

JIM BEAM HANDICAP 1200 METRES Of $70000. 1st $42000, 2nd $13300, 3rd $6650, 4th $3150, 5th $1750, 6th $1050, 7th $1050, 8th $1050. Starter Subsidy: $200 for non-prize earning runners. For Three-Years-Old and Upwards Fillies and Mares - BENCHMARK 81. Apprentices can claim. BOBS Bonus available: $20,000 RECORD: 1200 1-8.39 All Our Mob

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

6-4520 42623262-33 975-09 181-02 -37952113-2 -5759-11272 1126-5 12107575241 672133

INDIRECT MARGHAM MISS INDEPENDENT LIESERL MICHELIN STAR BLOOD ANGEL CHEAP THRILLS CLOTHING TEMPO MANOR CLOUDY MORNING JIALE BREAK CARD DANZA DOLL

Brenton Avdulla (a2) (7) (12) Blake Shinn (4) Tim Clark (6) Kathy O'Hara (5) (8) Corey Brown (1) (9) Michael Palmer (a2) (10) Chris Munce (13) Glyn Schofield (2) Nathan Berry (a2) (11) (3)

58 58 57 56 56 55 55 55 55 54 53 53 53

The contents of this Racing Liftout have been carefully compiled by the Racing Services Bureau and Sports Truth, and are believed to be correct at the time of publication. The Racing Services Bureau, Sports Truth their Agents or servants will not hold themselves responsible for any errors or omissions. readers are urged to check TAB information with the official lists before placing their bets.

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RACING TRUTH, DECEMBER 10-16, 2009 –

7


Racing Truth form guide for ROSEHILL

1

ROSEHILL

1.10

GOLDEN SLIPPER FESTIVAL ON SALE HANDICAP - 1100 METRES EXTREME MOVER

1

(2) 57

(Blks) br g 2 (03/09/07) Falvelon - Material Mover YELLOW, RED BAND AND STRIPED SLEEVES 1 Start. 0-1-0 $13,300

2-8

Nash Rawiller Gai Waterhouse (Randwick)

KENS 28Nov09 1000 2Y HCP, Good, B Shinn (6) 56, $4: 1st Solar Charged 54: 5.0L, 57.97

CALLMEWHATYALIKE E

2

b g 2 (06/10/07) Foreplay - Schoolies NAVY BLUE, GREY BAND First Start

(5) 567 Kerrin McEvoy Mark Wallace (Warwick Farm)

CAPLAMP E

3

(4) 567

ch c 2 (10/08/07) General Nediym - Silent Smytzer Peter Robl ROYAL BLUE, GREEN AND GOLD PATINACK FARM LOGO, GREEN SLEEVES, GOLD CAP First Start John P Thompson (Warwick Farm)

MUSHEER E

4

(8) 567

ch c 2 (11/08/07) Danehill Dancer (IRE) - African Violet (IRE) Corey Brown RED, BLUE SLEEVES, WHITE CAP First Start Chris Waller (Rosehill)

BOMBAY

5

(11) 547

b f 2 (26/08/07) Encosta de Lago - Sarasota

NAVY 1 Start. 0-0-1 $6,650 Dist 1-0:0:1 Trk 1-0:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:1

3-8

David Payne (Rosehill)

RHIL 14Nov09 1100 2Y HCP, Good, B Avdulla (a) (8) 55(cd 53), $4.20: 1st Blackball 57: 3.3L, 1-5.86

MILITARY QUEEN E

6

(9) 547 Tye Angland Anthony Cummings (Randwick)

REEM

8

(1) 547

ch f 2 (09/09/07) Galileo (IRE) - Al Afreet YELLOW, ROYAL BLUE V AND CAP First Start

David Payne (Rosehill)

SHADOW JUDGEMENT E

9

(10) 547

b f 2 (23/08/07) Dane Shadow - Auspicious Day DARK BLUE, RED V First Start

Tim Clark John O'Shea (Randwick)

HOT ROCKS

10

b f 2 (14/09/07) Conatus - Jewel Theft DARK BLUE, WHITE CROSSED SASHES 1 Start. 0-0-0 $1,050 Dist 1-0:0:0 Trk 1-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0 6-8

(5) 557

b or br g 3 Elusive Quality (USA) - Unrocel Saint Brenton Avdulla (a2) YELLOW AND WHITE DIAMONDS, YELLOW COLLAR, SLEEVES AND CAP (DW) 4 Starts. 1-2-0 $46,250 Anthony Cummings (Randwick) Dist 1-1:0:0 Wet 2-1:1:0 Trk 2-0:1:0

2-14 1-10

CANT 25Jun09 1100 2Y NMW, Heavy, T Angland (5) 56, $14: 1st Rogano 56: 2.5L, 1-6.83 KENS 8Jul09 1150 2YC&G MDN, Heavy, D Ganderton (a) (4) 56(cd 55), $3.20F: 2nd Diamondsahoy 53: 0.3L, 1-9.8 RHIL 1Aug09 1400 3Y 0-75, Dead, D Ganderton (a) (7) 57(cd 55), $12: 1st Definite Choice 54: 0.8L, 1-25.76 RHIL 15Aug09 1300 RUN TO ROSE-G3, Good, D Ganderton (a) (1) 54, $51: 1st Denman 58: 8.1L, 1-16.68

2-7 2-7

RAND 25Jul09 1000 2Y HCP, Heavy, H Bowman (6) 55, $4.40: 1st Winter King (NZ) 59: 0.2L, 1-0.62 W FM 25Nov09 1100 3YC&G MDN, Good, H Bowman (7) 58, $1.85F: 1st Tromso 57: 1.5L, 1-3.93

TONK E

6

(4) 547

ch g 3 Canny Lad - Red Ivory DARK BLUE, APRICOT DIAMONDS, RED SLEEVES AND CAP 2 Starts. 2-0-0 $28,200

1-12 1-7

James Innes Robert Price (Nowra)

K GR 8Aug09 1000 MDN-SW, Good, J Innes (9) 55, $9: 2nd Cagey 58: 0.2L, 57.03 K GR 21Nov09 1000 CG&E CL1, Good, J Innes (7) 56, $2.30: 2nd Knot Out 55: 0.1L, 56.88

HIDDEN GEM E

7

(2) 54

br g 3 More Than Ready (USA) - Diamond Hill (NZ) Blake Shinn BLACK, WHITE HORSESHOE, HOOPED SLEEVES AND CHECKED CAP 1 Start. 1-0-0 $14,100 Gai Waterhouse (Randwick) K GR 14Nov09 1300 3YC&G MDN, Good, Mark Newnham (3) 58, $1.60F: 2nd Buffalo 58: 4.0L, 1-16.51

KILLIAN E

8

(8) 54

b or br c 3 Commands - Preserve MAROON, WHITE SLEEVES, MAROON CAP WITH WHITE STAR (D) 4 Starts. 1-0-0 $42,525 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) Dist 3-1:0:0 Wet 2-0:0:0 Trk 1-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0 1-9 5-8 5-9 7-11

SANL 24Jan09 1200 2Y-SWP, Dead, M Rodd (9) 55, $5.50: 2nd Tribulus 55: 1.8L, 1-12.26 CAUL 8Feb09 1100 BD/PREL CG-G3, Dead, K McEvoy (3) 55, $9: 1st Real Saga 55: 9.4L, 1-3.71 RAND 20Jun09 1200 2YC&G HCP, Heavy, C Brown (2) 57, $11: 1st Offhanded 56: 9.5L, 1-15.22 RHIL 4Jul09 1200 2Y HCP, Slow, K McEvoy (5) 56, $17: 1st More Than Great 56: 6.6L, 1-11.99

PROST (Blks)

9

(9) 53

ch c 3 Show a Heart - Christchurch Peter Robl ROYAL BLUE, GREEN AND GOLD PATINACK FARM LOGO, GREEN SLEEVES, GOLD CAP AND POM POM 3 Starts. 1-1-0 $11,475 John P Thompson (Warwick Farm) Wet 2-0:1:0 2-12 1-11 9-10

BDGO 11Jun09 1300 2Y MDN-SW, Heavy, Dale Smith (7) 57, $5: 1st Leoncavallo 57: 1.3L, 1-20.33 SEYM 9Jul09 1309 2UP MDN-SW, Dead, C Newitt (3) 55, $1.80F: 2nd Satirical Lady 56: 0.4L, 1-19.57 RAND 25Jul09 1600 2Y HCP, Heavy, P Robl (3) 57, $6.50: 1st Artistic Rock 53: 9.6L, 1-41.86

3

ROSEHILL

2.30

TONY AND MANERA LAHOOD HANDICAP 2000 METRES

1

ROSEHILL

1.50

GOLD COAST INTERNATIONAL HOTEL HANDICAP - 1200 METRES 1

LATIN NEWS (Blks) E

(7) 58

ch c 3 Hussonet (USA) - Email Me Glyn Schofield DARK BLUE, YELLOW V, YELLOW AND RED STRIPED SLEEVES, YELLOW CAP (DW) 2 Starts. 2-0-0 $89,550 Bart Cummings (Randwick) Dist 2-2:0:0 Wet 1-1:0:0 1-12 1-10

2

CANT 10Jun09 1250 2Y MDN-SW, Slow, C Brown (6) 56, $1.80F: 2nd Dusty Gold 56: 3.8L, 1-16.59 KENS 28Nov09 1150 3Y BM75, Good, G Schofield (7) 54, $3F: 2nd Red Ensign 54: 0.1L, 1-6.52

STRATEGIC IMPACT (Blks) E

br g 3 Strategic - Holy Sceptre DARK BLUE, PINK BRACES, WHITE ARMBANDS, PINK CAP (DW) 9 Starts. 2-1-1 $58,910 Dist 6-1:1:1 Wet 4-1:0:0 Trk 2-0:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:1

4-13 1-8 1-7 3-9 5-11

(6) 577 Nathan Berry (a2) Jack Denham (Rosehill)

CANT 27May09 1200 2YC&G MDN, Slow, C Munce (8) 56, $5.50: 1st Offhanded 56: 7.4L, 1-11.3 CANT 7Oct09 1100 3YC&G MDN-SW, Slow, H Bowman (3) 56, $5: 2nd Silver Spur 56: 0.5L, 1-5.42 GOSF 29Oct09 1200 CG&E CL1, Dead, C Munce (5) 57, $2.80F: 2nd Rock Eagle 52: 0.3L, 1-11.08 RHIL 14Nov09 1200 3Y BM75, Good, H Bowman (9) 56, $6: 1st Verballed 54: 0.6L, 1-10.53 RHIL 21Nov09 1400 3Y BM73, Good, H Bowman (7) 58, $5: 1st Honest Lies (NZ) 52: 4.3L, 1-23.9

8 – RACING TRUTH, DECEMBER 10-16, 2009

DELAGO STAR (Blks)

(2) 597

b g 6 Encosta de Lago - Star of the Stud Kody Nestor (a3) NAVY BLUE, RED AND YELLOW HOOPS, HOOPED SLEEVES, YELLOW CAP (DWT) 30 Starts. 7-4-3 $233,340 Kim Waugh (Wyong) Dist 4-2:2:0 Wet 5-3:0:1 Trk 7-1:1:0 T/D 2-1:1:0 8-16 9-15 5-11 5-11 7-8

5-10 9-12 4-13 3-5 1-9

3

Grahame Begg (Randwick)

RHIL 10Oct09 1200 F&M BM90, Slow, B Avdulla (a) (3) 54(cd 52), $17: 1st Beaded 55: 6.7L, 1-12.54 RHIL 24Oct09 1400 BM80, Good, T Bell (a) (11) 56(cd 53), $26: 1st Syreon 58: 4.4L, 1-23.02 RHIL 31Oct09 1500 F&M BM90, Good, B Avdulla (a) (5) 53(cd 51), $21: 1st Sacred Choice 51: 1.3L, 1-30.06 RHIL 14Nov09 1500 BM75, Good, B Avdulla (a) (8) 58(cd 56), $14: 1st Guderian 56: 2.2L, 1-30.19 KENS 28Nov09 1800 BM85, Good, B Avdulla (a) (3) 53(cd 51), $9: 1st Bandar 53: 2.5L, 1-50.43

ZAMPARA

5

(1) 55 Rod Quinn Matthew Smith (Warwick Farm)

KENS 25Aug09 1550 CG&E 1MW, Good, T Berry (a) (9) 54(cd 52), $19: 1st Kossack (GB) 52: 0.8L, 1-33.53 CANT 9Sep09 1900 0 - 71, Good, T Berry (a) (10) 57(cd 55), $16: 1st Maxim 56: 0.5L, 1-56.77 W FM 22Sep09 2200 1MW, Good, H Bowman (3) 54, $3.50F: 2nd Kossack (GB) 56: 0.1L, 2-20.51 P MQ 9Oct09 2000 PORT CUP, Good, D Peisley (9) 54, $6.50: 1st Barlagarney 57: 0.9L, 2-2.1 RAND 3Nov09 2000 1MW, Good, T Berry (a) (5) 56(cd 54), $4.60: 1st Halleys 53: 2.5L, 2-3.31

OUR CANNAVARO (NZ)

(10) 54

b g 5 Viking Ruler - Soleil Etoile (NZ) WHITE, BLACK CHECKS, PURPLE SLEEVES 11 Starts. 3-1-1 $61,474 Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 1-0:0:0 Trk 1-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0

11-14 14-15 9-9 9-11 4-12

Blake Shinn Chris Waller (Rosehill)

SANL 16Aug09 1400 0 - 89, Slow, D Oliver (7) 56, $2.40F: 1st The Sportsman (NZ) 57: 13.8L, 1-26.28 FLEM 5Sep09 1700 HCP, Good, S Baster (5) 53, $13: 1st Speed Gifted (GB) 55: 8.1L, 1-45.17 RAND 17Oct09 1600 BM90, Good, B Shinn (4) 53, $12: 1st Snow Alert 55: 8.4L, 1-36.41 RAND 7Nov09 1600 BM80, Dead, J Penza (8) 55, $15: 1st Big Red Cat 50: 6.9L, 1-35.03 RHIL 21Nov09 2000 BM75, Good, P Robl (1) 56, $16: 1st Emotional Outburst 56: 1.7L, 2-3.38

PREDOMINANCE

7

(8) 54

br m 7 Ladoni (GB) - Splendoured Thing (USA) MAROON, YELLOW CHEVRONS, STRIPED CAP (DWT) 45 Starts. 7-2-7 $135,800 Dist 12-3:1:0 Wet 7-3:0:0 Trk 4-1:0:1 T/D 1-1:0:0 6-11 8-9 10-12 9-14 12-16

Tye Angland Nick Olive (Canberra)

KENS 8Jun09 1800 MARES 1MW, Slow, D M Ganderton (a) (6) 60(cd 58), $8.50: 1st Estancia Rios 54: 5.9L, 1-56.74 RHIL 13Jun09 1900 0 - 86, Dead, H Bowman (9) 56, $21: 1st Sir James (NZ) 55: 8.7L, 1-58.36 GUND 13Nov09 1400 HCP, Good, B Moffat (a) (1) 53, $21: 1st Happy Finish 53: 5.4L, 1-21.66 GOUL 20Nov09 1600 GOUL CUP, Good, B Murphy (10) 53, $41: 1st Parfumier 58: 5.5L, 1-33.74 CANB 29Nov09 2000 CANB CUP-LR, Good, R Bensley (7) 53, $51: 1st Macknuckle 54: 13.6L, 2-2.6

FOR CRUYFF'S SAKE

8

(3) 537

b g 7 Johan Cruyff (GB) - Frenzied Dancer DARK BLUE, PALE GREEN STAR, QUARTERED CAP (WT) 43 Starts. 6-6-7 $158,450 Dist 10-0:1:3 Wet 9-2:1:2 Trk 11-1:0:2 T/D 3-0:0:2 9-13 9-14 3-6 14-14 5-16

Mick J Smith (Queanbeyan)

RHIL 10Oct09 1500 BM85, Slow, M Beadman (a) (8) 54(cd 52), $19: 1st Sophistication 52: 6.0L, 1-32.5 RHIL 24Oct09 1800 BM85, Good, J Penza (2) 53, $91: 1st Barlagarney 55: 8.3L, 1-49.49 CANB 10Nov09 2000 HCP, Good, K Sweeney (2) 57, $2.80F: 1st Konedobu 54: 3.3L, 2-3.36 GOUL 20Nov09 1600 GOUL CUP, Good, K Sweeney (13) 53, $51: 1st Parfumier 58: 10.7L, 1-33.74 CANB 29Nov09 2000 CANB CUP-LR, Good, M Travers (9) 53, $71: 1st Macknuckle 54: 5.5L, 2-2.6

RIVER RONALD (Blks)

9

(4) 537

b g 6 Red Ransom (USA) - Diamond Danz (USA) BROWN, GREEN SASH, LILAC SLEEVES, GREEN CAP (W) 30 Starts. 7-1-2 $66,300 Dist 3-0:0:1 Wet 6-1:0:0 Trk 1-0:0:0

7-16 4-5 11-11 11-14 4-16

10

Grant Buckley Peter Tiyce (Nowra)

CANB 29May09 1600 0 - 77, Good, A Huke (13) 59, $8: 1st Truancy 54: 3.9L, 1-37.02 CANB 17Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, A Layt (5) 54, $6: 1st Druid 54: 2.2L, 1-23.72 RAND 7Nov09 1600 BM80, Dead, A Layt (3) 54, $41: 1st Big Red Cat 50: 12.3L, 1-35.03 GOUL 20Nov09 1600 GOUL CUP, Good, P Wells (11) 53, $81: 1st Parfumier 58: 6.7L, 1-33.74 CANB 29Nov09 2000 CANB CUP-LR, Good, G Buckley (3) 53, $101: 1st Macknuckle 54: 5.4L, 2-2.6

FEORLAN

(7) 53

b g 6 Mull of Kintyre (USA) - Queen's Revenge DARK BLUE, BLACK CHECKS, ORANGE SLEEVES 39 Starts. 5-4-1 $79,840 Dist 2-0:0:0 Wet 7-0:1:0 Trk 3-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0 10-13 7-11 4-14 1-8 1-14

Blake Spriggs (a3) Les Tilley (Wyong)

WYNG 4Sep09 1600 0 - 71, Dead, L Cumberland (a) (10) 56(cd 54), $20: 1st Adnocon 58: 4.2L, 1-39.32 WYNG 15Oct09 1200 CG&E BM65, Good, A Gibbons (11) 54, $41: 1st Monte Grande 54: 3.6L, 1-9.99 MWBK 2Nov09 1450 BM55, Good, T McIntosh (a) (10) 59(cd 57), $13: 1st Bear Cub 54: 2.2L, 1-27.17 NCLE 15Nov09 1850 BM60, Good, H L Chau (a) (3) 56(cd 53), $3.20: 2nd Brabant 55: 1.5L, 1-54.5 NCLE 28Nov09 1850 BM60, Good, H L Chau (a) (5) 58(cd 55), $3.60F: 2nd Brabant 56: 0.1L, 1-56.8

DUBB 20Sep09 1600 DUBBO CUP, Good, G Buckley (10) 56, $3.40F: 1st Tora Tora Tora 54: 2.7L, 1-34.75 RHIL 24Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, T Berry (a) (10) 53(cd 51), $81: 1st Innings 56: 3.8L, 1-23.46 HAWK 5Nov09 1600 HAWK CUP-G3, Good, J Ford (8) 53, $51: 1st Keepin' the Dream (NZ) 53: 2.3L, 1-35.36 GOSF 18Nov09 2100 GOSF CUP-LR, Good, J Ford (8) 53, $16: 1st Spinney 55: 1.3L, 2-8.81 KENS 28Nov09 2400 BM85, Good, T Berry (a) (1) 58(cd 56), $9.50: 1st Star Ripper 53: 7.4L, 2-30.67

BANDAR

E

(5) 56 (Blks) br or blk c 3 More Than Ready (USA) - Be My Bride Corey Brown RED, ROYAL BLUE SLEEVES, WHITE CAP 9 Starts. 2-1-2 $125,950 Graeme Rogerson (Randwick) Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 4-0:1:1

2

(9) 55 Brenton Avdulla (a2)

ch g 7 Za-Im (GB) - Nova Square CERISE, BLACK CROSS AND CAP 27 Starts. 4-6-4 $77,060 Dist 4-0:0:2 Wet 3-0:1:0 Trk 1-0:0:0

6

KENS 28Nov09 1000 2Y HCP, Good, G Buckley (7) 54, $41: 1st Solar Charged 54: 6.7L, 57.97

2

7-7 14-16 3-8 5-12 3-9

(3) 547

SPEEDING TO WIN (Blks) E

5

Clarry Conners (Warwick Farm)

br f 2 (14/08/07) More Than Ready (USA) - Superior Star Grant Buckley ORANGE, BROWN SPOTS, WHITE SLEEVES AND CAP 1 Start. 0-0-0 $1,750 Tracey Bartley (Mudgee)

4

gr c 3 Redoute's Choice - Gone On Sheila (USA) Corey Brown DARK BLUE, PALE BLUE CHEVRONS, STRIPED CAP, WHITE POM POM 2 Starts. 0-2-0 $18,700 John O'Shea (Randwick) Wet 1-0:1:0

2-8 12-13

(3) 54

(7) 54

LALETTA

(Blks) gr m 5 Dash for Cash - My Duchess BLACK, WHITE SEAMS, PURPLE CAP (W) 22 Starts. 4-3-3 $123,875 Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 2-1:0:0 Trk 4-0:0:1

4-11 2-11 1-7 3-14 3-8

Chris Munce

SURPASSING E

5-8

WILL TO WIN E

4

RHIL 21Nov09 1100 2YF HCP, Good, G Schofield (6) 54, $21: 1st Misshiraz 55: 4.2L, 1-5.21

11

(1) 557

RAND 25Jul09 1000 2Y HCP, Heavy, C Brown (4) 55, $12: 1st Winter King (NZ) 59: 1.4L, 1-0.62 W FM 25Nov09 1100 3YC&G MDN, Good, N Rawiller (5) 57, $2.70: 2nd Speeding to Win 58: 1.5L, 1-3.93

1-12

David Payne (Rosehill)

PLASTIC FANTASTIC E

b f 2 (03/10/07) Fastnet Rock - Plastic Lady (NZ) BLACK, RED STARS, SLEEVES AND CAP First Start

4-7 1-7

(6) 547

b f 2 (23/10/07) General Nediym - Heart Ruler (NZ) BLACK, GOLD V, STRIPED SLEEVES, QUARTERED CAP First Start

7

TROMSO E

3

br g 3 Lonhro - Feelers Nash Rawiller ROYAL BLUE, WHITE BAND, YELLOW SLEEVES, DARK BLUE ARMBANDS 2 Starts. 1-0-0 $30,700 Chris Waller (Rosehill) Wet 1-0:0:0

4

NCLE 16Sep09 1600 SPRING STK-G3, Good, J Cassidy (1) 56, $6: 1st Lovemelikearock 54: 1.5L, 1-38.94 RAND 3Oct09 2000 CHAMPION-G1, Heavy, T Clark (8) 56, $17: 1st Monaco Consul (NZ) 56: 10.6L, 2-9.93 RAND 17Oct09 1600 3Y BM78, Good, T Angland (2) 53, $3.60F: 1st All Legal 51: 3.5L, 1-33.91 RAND 7Nov09 1800 3Y BM70, Dead, N Callow (4) 57, $2.10F: 1st Devils Arcade 51: 1.3L, 1-51.88 KENS 28Nov09 1800 BM85, Good, C Brown (6) 53, $5: 2nd Zazabeau (NZ) 56: 2.0L, 1-50.43

ALL TIME CHAMPION

(6) 55

3.10

JIM BEAM HANDICAP 1200 METRES

b g 6 Danehill (USA) - Accomplished (GB) Alex Stokes (a3) ROYAL BLUE, PURPLE CHEVRONS, SKY BLUE SLEEVES WITH PURPLE STARS, SKY BLUE CAP WITH PURPLE STARS (W) 23 Starts. 4-1-4 $71,000 Evan Holland (Wyong) Wet 6-1:0:3

1

8-12 3-12 4-7 1-9 4-11

6-9 4-13 5-7 2-8 10-12

W FM 22Sep09 1600 CG&E 0-75, Good, J Grisedale (10) 55, $31: 1st Confessional 54: 4.1L, 1-38.01 MWBK 4Oct09 1450 HCP, Slow, S Thurlow (6) 54, $13: 1st Ruud Roy (NZ) 54: 2.3L, 1-27.1 WYNG 15Oct09 1600 BM70, Good, J Quinnell (a) (5) 55(cd 54), $7: 1st Rapauric 55: 3.0L, 1-36.45 MWBK 3Nov09 1750 MWBK CUP, Good, Ms A Stokes (a) (5) 54(cd 52), $7: 2nd Mynedi Mine 54: 1.5L, 1-47.82 GOSF 18Nov09 2100 GOSF CUP-LR, Good, Ms A Stokes (a) (5) 53, $31: 1st Spinney 55: 1.0L, 2-8.81

ROSEHILL

INDIRECT (Blks)

(7) 58

b m 4 Elusive Quality (USA) - Blessed Be GREEN AND GOLD DIAGONAL STRIPES, WHITE CAP (DT) 15 Starts. 2-2-1 $140,946 Dist 8-2:1:0 Wet 2-0:0:0 Trk 7-1:1:0 T/D 4-1:1:0

Brenton Avdulla (a2) Bart Cummings (Randwick)

FLEM 30May09 1200 3YF HCP, Dead, B Avdulla (a) (4) 58(cd 56), $5.50: 1st Chameleon 53: 2.4L, 1-10.1 RAND 26Sep09 1200 NIVISON-LR, Good, G Schofield (8) 55, $31: 1st Madame Pedrille 56: 2.7L, 1-10.64 RHIL 10Oct09 1200 F&M BM90, Slow, G Schofield (6) 55, $11: 1st Beaded 55: 3.8L, 1-12.54 RHIL 24Oct09 1200 F&M BM85, Good, Michael Palmer (a) (3) 57(cd 55), $6: 1st Beaded 56: 1.8L, 1-10.59 RHIL 21Nov09 1300 F&M BM85, Good, P Wells (12) 57, $17: 1st Jersey Lily 54: 5.6L, 1-16.85

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MARGHAM

(12) 58

5

b m 4 Encosta de Lago - Desert End (USA) MAROON, WHITE SLEEVES, MAROON AND WHITE STAR CAP (DWT) 13 Starts. 3-3-2 $204,130 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) Dist 6-2:0:0 Wet 6-1:2:1 Trk 5-2:1:0 T/D 2-1:0:0 4-7 2-10 6-11 2-12 3-9

3

MISS INDEPENDENT

3-12

4

9-10 7-10 5-7 12-15 9-12

5

LIESERL

1-11 14-15 2-12

6

MICHELIN STAR (Blks)

7-7 9-10 5-9

7

BLOOD ANGEL

8

(6) 567 Tim Clark Kevin Moses (Randwick)

(5) 56 Kathy O'Hara Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm)

(8) 55 Gregory Mcfarlane (Rosehill)

DOOM 7Feb09 1200 F&M-QLTY, Good, C Reith (5) 53, $4.80: 1st Dance Girl Dance 56: 2.3L, 1-9.95 RAND 23May09 1200 MARES 0-90, Heavy, J D Adams (a) (5) 55(cd 52), $12: 1st Visa Lisa 54: 0.3L, 1-12.75 CANT 1Jul09 1250 0 - 86, Slow, H Bowman (6) 55, $4.40: 1st Sacred Orders 55: 9.1L, 1-15.07 KENS 22Jul09 1300 0 - 81, Slow, C Brown (3) 56, $8.50: 1st Monte Leo 58: 4.5L, 1-19.42 RAND 8Aug09 1300 F&M 0-86, Dead, J Cassidy (8) 56, $18: 1st Nediyms Dream (NZ) 56: 2.2L, 1-17.83

CHEAP THRILLS

b m 4 Giant's Causeway (USA) - Kashcrop (NZ) BLACK, WHITE STRIPE, BLACK BUTTONS AND BOWTIE (DW) 6 Starts. 3-2-1 $91,050 Dist 2-1:1:0 Wet 4-2:1:1 Trk 1-0:0:1

2-7 1-11 1-9 3-10 2-15

Chris Waller (Rosehill)

RHIL 20May09 1400 MARES 1MW, Dead, Ms K O'Hara (2) 55, $4.60F: 2nd Donna's Appeal 56: 1.3L, 1-25.1 RHIL 30May09 1500 MARES 0-88, Heavy, D M Ganderton (a) (8) 54(cd 52), $7.50: 1st Very Grand (NZ) 54: 7.1L, 1-33.52 W FM 17Jun09 1400 MARES 0-75, Heavy, Ms K O'Hara (5) 58, $5.50: 2nd Bellevent 54: 1.0L, 1-27.03 RAND 7Nov09 1200 F&M BM80, Good, Ms K O'Hara (14) 56, $26: 1st Logan's Choice 53: 8.8L, 1-9.79 RHIL 21Nov09 1300 F&M BM85, Good, Ms K O'Hara (11) 53, $41: 1st Jersey Lily 54: 1.5L, 1-16.85

b or br m 6 Mujahid (USA) - Seraphide PINK, WHITE STRIPES AND RED HOT LIPS 20 Starts. 3-4-4 $110,930 Dist 8-0:1:3 Wet 4-0:0:1 Trk 3-0:0:1 T/D 2-0:0:1 4-12 3-7

Blake Shinn

RAND 18Oct08 1200 F&M 0 - 86, Good, D M Ganderton (a) (7) 58(cd 55), $4.80: 1st Mary's Grace 57: 4.0L, 1-10.23 RAND 8Nov08 1200 F&M 2MW, Good, J Quinnell (a) (3) 57(cd 54), $5.50: 1st Kylie 53: 3.0L, 1-9.46 RAND 22Nov08 1200 2MW, Good, D Nikolic (1) 54, $4.40: 1st Mr Incredible 56: 3.0L, 1-10.74 RAND 7Nov09 1200 F&M BM80, Good, K Nestor (a) (10) 58(cd 55), $21: 1st Logan's Choice 53: 5.6L, 1-9.79 RHIL 21Nov09 1300 F&M BM85, Good, C Munce (2) 55, $31: 1st Jersey Lily 54: 5.4L, 1-16.85

b or br m 5 Beautiful Crown (USA) - Stolen Dreams YELLOW, PALE BLUE DIAMONDS AND CAP (WT) 20 Starts. 3-2-2 $134,020 Dist 4-0:1:1 Wet 5-1:0:0 Trk 8-2:1:1 T/D 1-0:0:0 1-9 8-10

(4) 577

(1) 55 Corey Brown Kris Lees (Broadmeadow)

CANT 3Jun09 1250 3YF NMW, Heavy, H Bowman (1) 56, $5: 1st Renaissance 58: 1.8L, 1-15.37 CANT 16Jun09 1250 3YF NMW, Heavy, H Bowman (4) 57, $2.60F: 2nd Adoranova 52: 0.5L, 1-15.92 RAND 30Jun09 1300 3Y 0-71, Heavy, H Bowman (8) 56, $5: 2nd Prince of Capers 58: 0.5L, 1-23.12 RHIL 18Jul09 1400 3Y 0-81, Heavy, H Bowman (9) 55, $8: 1st Vintedge 55: 3.6L, 1-25.05 W FM 17Nov09 1100 F&M BM75, Good, H Bowman (4) 57, $6.50: 1st Renaissance 54: 0.8L, 1-4.47

CLOTHING

(9) 55

b m 5 Commands - Rompers MAROON, WHITE SLEEVES, MAROON AND WHITE STAR CAP (DT) 16 Starts. 4-1-2 $146,555 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) Dist 7-2:0:2 Wet 4-0:0:1 Trk 7-1:0:1 T/D 4-1:0:1 9-12 5-17 7-11 5-9 9-9

9

RHIL 31Jan09 1300 0 - 87, Good, R M Quinn (7) 56, $5: 1st Rock Kingdom 58: 7.7L, 1-17.04 RHIL 13Jun09 1200 4UP 0 - 86, Dead, K McEvoy (17) 56, $7: 1st Comepsa (NZ) 59: 2.8L, 1-11.75 RHIL 27Jun09 1300 F&M 0-91, Heavy, K McEvoy (8) 55, $5.50F: 1st Limani 54: 1.3L, 1-19.56 RAND 25Jul09 1200 F&M HCP, Heavy, K McEvoy (1) 53, $8: 1st Bejewelled 54: 3.5L, 1-13.85 RAND 8Aug09 1300 F&M 0-86, Dead, C Brown (1) 57, $5.50: 1st Nediyms Dream (NZ) 56: 10.9L, 1-17.83

TEMPO MANOR

b m 4 General Nediym - Lady Langham DARK BLUE, WHITE CROSSED SASHES (D) 11 Starts. 3-3-3 $47,510 Dist 8-1:2:3 1-8 1-9 2-9 7-10 2-16

10

(10) 55 Michael Palmer (a2) Guy Walter (Warwick Farm)

CANB 18Sep09 1000 0 - 67, Good, Ms K O'Hara (5) 56, $1.90F: 2nd Our Grey Goose 57: 2.0L, 58.98 WYNG 15Oct09 1200 F&M BM65, Good, K Nestor (a) (2) 59(cd 56), $1.75F: 2nd Orphelia 54: 1.0L, 1-10.46 CANT 28Oct09 1250 F&M 1MW, Dead, C Munce (7) 56, $3.90F: 1st Donnas Honour 53: 0.2L, 1-13.77 CANT 11Nov09 1250 F&M BM70, Good, K Nestor (a) (9) 60(cd 57), $5: 1st Storm Kite 55: 3.4L, 1-13.03 W FM 25Nov09 1400 F&M BM70, Good, K Nestor (a) (8) 59(cd 56), $13: 1st Girl Hussler 53: 1.5L, 1-23.07

CLOUDY MORNING

(13) 54

b m 4 Lujain (USA) - Dancing Cloud Chris Munce PALE GREEN, PALE BLUE DIAGONAL STRIPES, BLACK SLEEVES (DWT) 8 Starts. 2-1-2 $109,840 Ron Leemon (Warwick Farm) Dist 3-1:1:0 Wet 4-2:1:0 Trk 1-1:0:0 T/D 1-1:0:0 1-11 1-11 2-9 6-10 5-15

11

8-16 7-9 7-11 2-12 4-8

2-10 1-11 12-13 7-8

12

1-5 5-11 2-8 3-8 3-10

br f 3 Danzero - Fleur de Jazz CERISE, ROYAL BLUE SPOTS (D) 13 Starts. 2-1-1 $72,800 Dist 5-1:0:0 Wet 3-0:0:0 Trk 3-0:0:0 T/D 2-0:0:0

7-11 5-13 2-6 4-11 1-12

13

br f 3 Dehere (USA) - Fuji Dancer ORANGE, RED BAND, ARMBANDS AND CAP 9 Starts. 2-1-2 $78,130 Dist 4-0:0:0 Trk 2-0:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:0 7-13 2-13 1-9 3-14 3-10

(11) 53 Nathan Berry (a2) Gerald Ryan (Rosehill)

RAND 3Oct09 1600 FLIGHT-G1, Slow, J Parr (10) 56, $71: 1st More Joyous (NZ) 56: 5.5L, 1-40.06 RAND 17Oct09 1600 3Y BM78, Good, G Buckley (4) 53, $8: 1st All Legal 51: 4.5L, 1-33.91 RAND 7Nov09 1400 3Y BM74, Dead, T Berry (a) (5) 53(cd 51), $9: 1st Khas Kura 58: 2.5L, 1-23.58 RHIL 21Nov09 1400 3Y BM73, Good, N Berry (a) (4) 54(cd 52), $11: 1st Honest Lies (NZ) 52: 4.0L, 1-23.9 CANN 3Dec09 1250 F&M BM70, Good, J Parr (2) 56, $4.20EF: 2nd Pagan Princess 53: 0.4L, 1-14.07

DANZA DOLL (Blks) E

E FM 6Jun09 2400 BRIS CUP-G2, Heavy, T Clark (2) 52, $8: 1st Scenic Shot 60: 7.3L, 2-34.62 RHIL 19Sep09 1500 SHANNON-G2, Good, T Clark (7) 52(cd 52), $201: 1st Drumbeats 52: 5.8L, 1-30.13 RAND 3Oct09 2000 CRAVEN-G3, Slow, T Clark (9) 57, $12: 1st Miss Marielle 57: 6.8L, 2-8.37 RAND 17Oct09 2400 TATTS CUP-LR, Good, T Clark (5) 55, $14: 1st Bid Spotter 53: 0.5L, 2-29.43 RHIL 21Nov09 1800 BM90, Good, T Bell (a) (7) 58(cd 55), $8.50: 1st Aristocratico 52: 0.5L, 1-50.07

(8) 53

(5) 53 Jay Ford Paul Cave (Warwick Farm)

RHIL 10Oct09 1500 BM85, Slow, N Berry (a) (10) 57(cd 55), $9.50: 1st Sophistication 52: 2.6L, 1-32.5 RHIL 24Oct09 1800 BM85, Good, N Berry (a) (9) 56(cd 54), $19: 1st Barlagarney 55: 9.2L, 1-49.49 RAND 7Nov09 2000 BM81, Dead, J Ford (3) 57, $10: 1st Aristocratico 52: 4.3L, 2-3.65 GOSF 18Nov09 2100 GOSF CUP-LR, Good, G Buckley (1) 53, $15: 1st Spinney 55: 4.7L, 2-8.81 CANB 29Nov09 2000 CANB CUP-LR, Good, J Penza (15) 53, $21: 1st Macknuckle 54: 9.6L, 2-2.6

(6) 53

b g 5 Zabeel (NZ) - Gardd (USA) GREY, RED SLEEVES, WHITE ARMBANDS AND CAP (DT) 10 Starts. 2-5-3 $116,780 Dist 2-1:1:0 Wet 1-0:0:1 Trk 3-1:2:0 T/D 1-1:0:0

2-12 1-11 2-11 1-8 2-8

Tye Angland Tim Martin (Rosehill)

9-10 3-9 12-12 7-10 5-18

6

RHIL 28Mar09 1200 0 - 86, Good, T Clark (6) 57, $7: 1st Kroner (NZ) 55: 7.2L, 1-10.52 RAND 17Oct09 1200 BM85, Good, P Robl (9) 55, $14: 1st Lucky Leak 53: 2.1L, 1-8.91 RHIL 31Oct09 1200 BM80, Good, N Berry (a) (9) 58(cd 56), $9: 1st Gangitano 53: 11.5L, 1-10.35 RHIL 21Nov09 1200 BM85, Good, T Angland (10) 55, $26: 1st Informality 52: 3.7L, 1-10.06 DOOM 5Dec09 1200 CL6-SW, Good, P Robl (6) 54, $12: 1st Baqaba 53: 1.9L, 1-8.67

CANT 30Sep09 1900 1MW, Good, T Angland (7) 55, $2.10F: 1st Adnocon 58: 0.2L, 1-55.8 KENS 14Oct09 1800 MDN-SW, Dead, T Angland (6) 58, $1.85F: 2nd Savsbelle 53: 6.8L, 1-51.76 RHIL 31Oct09 1900 BM80, Good, T Angland (11) 55, $2.60F: 1st Aristocratico 52: 0.5L, 1-56.9 RHIL 14Nov09 2400 BM85, Good, T Angland (5) 53, $3.30F: 2nd Merensky Reef 54: 0.1L, 2-34.45 KENS 28Nov09 2400 BM85, Good, T Angland (5) 55, $3.90: 1st Star Ripper 53: 2.5L, 2-30.67

GANGITANO (Blks)

b g 4 Encosta de Lago - Time for Bed ROYAL BLUE, WHITE CROSSED SASHES (DWT) 6 Starts. 3-1-1 $82,000 Dist 4-1:1:1 Wet 1-1:0:0 Trk 2-1:0:1 T/D 2-1:0:1 1-13 1-10 2-12 1-12 3-10

7

7-12 6-8 10-14 4-9

(3) 53

8

(11) 567 Tim Clark Chris Waller (Rosehill)

WYNG 3Sep09 1100 MDN, Good, J Parr (2) 57, $1.60F: 2nd Clam Chowder 54: 4.5L, 1-2.55 CANT 7Oct09 1100 NMW, Slow, J Parr (6) 56, $2.70F: 2nd Buona Fortuna 57: 0.8L, 1-5.52 CANT 21Oct09 1200 BM75, Good, J Parr (10) 55, $2.25F: 1st Hussenor 56: 1.8L, 1-9.28 RHIL 31Oct09 1200 BM80, Good, T Clark (4) 53, $3.80F: 2nd Dealers 55: 1.8L, 1-10.35 RHIL 21Nov09 1200 BM85, Good, T Clark (8) 53, $3.80: 1st Informality 52: 1.2L, 1-10.06

LEDGER (Blks)

b g 8 Hennessy (USA) - Tayarra (NZ) WHITE, PALE BLUE DIAMOND AND ARMBANDS (DWT) 41 Starts. 5-7-5 $168,390 Dist 14-4:3:3 Wet 7-3:0:1 Trk 16-1:3:1 T/D 4-1:1:1 3-11

STAR RIPPER (Blks)

5

5

CANT 7Oct09 1900 1MW, Slow, N Rawiller (5) 57, $1.60F: 2nd Handsome Stash 54: 0.8L, 2-0.54 RHIL 31Oct09 1900 BM80, Good, B Avdulla (a) (9) 57(cd 55), $7.50: 1st Aristocratico 52: 2.8L, 1-56.9 RHIL 14Nov09 2400 BM85, Good, Ms K O'Hara (1) 54, $6.50: 1st Scouting Wide (NZ) 53: 0.1L, 2-34.45 KENS 28Nov09 2400 BM85, Good, B Shinn (3) 55, $3.80F: 1st Star Ripper 53: 2.6L, 2-30.67 RHIL 5Dec09 2000 BM90, Good, B Avdulla (a) (3) 53(cd 51), $2.80F: 1st Zazabeau (NZ) 54: 0.3L, 2-2.7

SCOUTING WIDE (NZ) (Blks)

4

SCHIBELLO

(10) 57 (Blks) ch g 6 Strategic - Roseville Peter Robl WHITE, GREEN SASH, DARK BLUE SLEEVES AND CAP WITH WHITE SPOTS (DWT) 26 Starts. 4-6-5 $130,880 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) Dist 14-3:2:3 Wet 3-1:0:1 Trk 5-1:0:1 T/D 3-0:0:0

Gai Waterhouse (Randwick)

br g 7 Commands - Laydown Misere YELLOW, GREEN STARS, WHITE CAP (WT) 34 Starts. 5-5-4 $139,940 Dist 2-0:0:0 Wet 7-1:1:0 Trk 8-1:1:0 T/D 1-0:0:0 4-13 11-14 2-7 8-11 7-16

KENS 22Jul09 1300 0 - 81, Slow, Mark Newnham (8) 57, $9.50: 1st Monte Leo 58: 0.3L, 1-19.42 RHIL 15Aug09 1300 0 - 86, Good, Mark Newnham (4) 56, $11: 1st Centennial Park (NZ) 59: 3.0L, 1-18.12 ACT 4Sep09 1280 HCP, Good, Mark Newnham (6) 54, $4.20: 1st Louisianna Flyer 53: 2.3L, 1-15.08 CANB 18Sep09 1200 HCP, Good, K Sweeney (9) 54, $4F: 2nd Vintage Rock 58: 0.2L, 1-11.3 CANB 29Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, K Sweeney (7) 54, $9: 1st Voice Commander 59: 0.5L, 1-10.62

Blake Shinn

DOTHIS DOTHAT

3

(6) 577

ch g 6 Bite the Bullet (USA) - Zero Hour Brenton Avdulla (a2) PINK AND GREEN CHECK, DARK BLUE SLEEVES, WHITE CAP (D) 18 Starts. 5-3-5 $110,310 Jules De Smet (Queanbeyan) Dist 4-1:2:0 Wet 1-0:0:1 Trk 2-0:0:1

(5) 567 Peter Wells Terry Robinson (Shoalhaven Heads)

W FM 31Jul09 1000 0 - 81, Slow, T Lovelock-Wiggins (a) (10) 59(cd 56), $7.50: 1st Queen And Country 52: 1.1L, 59.4 RHIL 15Aug09 1100 CG&E 0-86, Good, D Ganderton (a) (9) 58(cd 56), $21: 1st Empire Place (NZ) 53: 5.2L, 1-3.51 RHIL 12Sep09 1100 0 - 91, Good, P Wells (8) 55, $41: 1st Flushing Meadows 58: 2.5L, 1-4.1 RAND 26Sep09 1200 0 - 91, Good, P Wells (9) 54, $31: 1st Ego's Dare 56: 6.1L, 1-10.25 KENS 28Nov09 1000 BM80, Good, P Wells (3) 57, $17: 1st Goldam 53: 2.4L, 57.79

BEOWOLF

(2) 56

b g 4 Encosta de Lago - Dane Ripper Glyn Schofield BLACK AND WHITE CHECK, YELLOW SLEEVES, BLACK AND WHITE CHECKED CAP (D) 11 Starts. 3-0-2 $77,910 Bart Cummings (Randwick) Dist 1-1:0:0 Trk 1-0:0:0

b g 5 Encosta de Lago - Apple Danish MAROON, WHITE SLEEVES, MAROON AND WHITE STAR CAP (DW) 13 Starts. 3-3-2 $121,710 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) Dist 5-3:1:1 Wet 6-2:1:1 Trk 4-0:1:0

9-11 3-10 1-6 1-10 1-8

1-8 11-13 3-8 2-9 6-13

KENS 14Oct09 1800 MDN-SW, Dead, C Munce (3) 58, $31: 1st Scouting Wide (NZ) 58: 18.7L, 1-51.76 CANT 28Oct09 1900 MDN-SW, Dead, B Shinn (1) 58, $41: 1st The Guvnor 55: 0.8L, 2-0.09 HAWK 5Nov09 2000 BM60, Good, P Robl (6) 56, $3.40F: 2nd Ausbred Gold 55: 5.5L, 2-2.1 W FM 17Nov09 2200 NMW, Good, P Robl (8) 53, $3.90: 2nd Skybound 55: 3.3L, 2-19.61 KENS 28Nov09 2400 BM85, Good, G Schofield (4) 53, $4.20: 2nd Scouting Wide (NZ) 55: 2.5L, 2-30.67

BRIGHT MIND (GB)

6

(4) 53

b g 6 Zamindar (USA) - Bright Spells (USA) YELLOW, WHITE CHECKED SASH, SLEEVES AND CAP (DW) 22 Starts. 5-2-3 $127,847 Dist 5-2:0:1 Wet 6-1:0:2 Trk 5-0:0:0 3-7 7-14 3-7 7-8 4-8

Kerrin McEvoy Chris Waller (Rosehill)

RAND 25Jul09 2400 0 - 91, Heavy, K McEvoy (7) 56, $13: 1st Mr Clangtastic 58: 7.5L, 2-36.93 RHIL 24Oct09 1800 BM85, Good, J Ford (8) 56, $91: 1st Barlagarney 55: 4.3L, 1-49.49 RAND 7Nov09 2000 BM81, Dead, J Penza (6) 58, $18: 1st Aristocratico 52: 4.7L, 2-3.65 RHIL 21Nov09 1800 BM90, Good, B Shinn (3) 53, $14: 1st Aristocratico 52: 2.2L, 1-50.07 KENS 28Nov09 2400 BM85, Good, K McEvoy (8) 55, $8.50: 1st Star Ripper 53: 5.1L, 2-30.67

(2) 53

br m 5 Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Laudham Mist Chris Munce BLACK, PALE GREEN DISC, ARMBANDS AND QUARTERED CAP (D) 23 Starts. 4-3-3 $87,910 Guy Walter (Warwick Farm) Dist 3-1:0:0 Wet 2-0:0:1 Trk 3-0:0:0 T/D 2-0:0:0 6-10 2-11 4-11 5-8 1-11

CANT 30Sep09 1550 0 - 71, Good, N Berry (a) (3) 55(cd 53), $4F: 1st Bromar 56: 2.4L, 1-33.24 KENS 14Oct09 1800 1MW, Dead, T Bell (a) (6) 53(cd 50), $6.50: 1st Confessional 54: 1.5L, 1-50.35 RHIL 31Oct09 1900 BM80, Good, T Berry (a) (4) 53(cd 51), $8.50: 1st Aristocratico 52: 2.6L, 1-56.9 RHIL 14Nov09 2400 BM85, Good, N Berry (a) (7) 53(cd 52), $13: 1st Scouting Wide (NZ) 53: 4.4L, 2-34.45 W FM 25Nov09 2400 BM70, Good, H Bowman (7) 56, $3.70F: 2nd Tages 55: 0.3L, 2-31.47

TANGIWAI (Blks)

8

(1) 53

gr m 5 Street Cry (IRE) - Lahar BLACK, GREY FERNLEAF AND CAP 13 Starts. 2-1-2 $22,700 Dist 1-0:0:1 Wet 3-0:0:0

1-6 3-12 4-8 4-10 3-11

Corey Brown Guy Walter (Warwick Farm)

6

ROSEHILL

10

(3) 56

CANT 8Oct08 1250 3YC&G MDN, Good, K McEvoy (3) 58, $8.50: 1st Northern Meteor 58: 4.3L, 1-12.47R CANT 22Oct08 1200 3YC&G NMW, Dead, C Brown (3) 56, $2F: 2nd Gimmemore 55: 2.3L, 1-10.88 RAND 8Nov08 1200 3Y 0-73, Good, R M Quinn (1) 58, $1.40F: 1st Zarock 52: 1.0L, 1-9.8 W FM 25Nov09 1200 BM75, Good, K McEvoy (10) 55, $3F: 2nd Budabar 56: 3.5L, 1-9.31

PRINCE OF CAPERS (Blks)

ch g 4 Arena - Palace Capers ORANGE, BLACK SPOTS AND SLEEVES (W) 14 Starts. 3-3-0 $89,410 Dist 2-0:0:0 Wet 6-2:1:0 Trk 1-0:0:0 1-12 2-9 4-7 1-15 9-13

11

(1) 55 Blake Spriggs (a3) Bill Prain (Warwick Farm)

W FM 17Jun09 1400 3YC&G 0-71, Heavy, N Rawiller (12) 56, $5: 2nd Sherzando 58: 0.5L, 1-27.23 RAND 30Jun09 1300 3Y 0-71, Heavy, N Rawiller (5) 58, $4.40EF: 1st Cheap Thrills 56: 0.5L, 1-23.12 RAND 11Jul09 1600 3Y 0-81, Heavy, D Ganderton (a) (6) 55(cd 54), $4.20: 1st Vintedge 55: 3.0L, 1-43.78 W FM 31Jul09 1600 3YC&G 0-71, Slow, C Munce (15) 58, $8: 2nd Maniere D'etre 55: 3.0L, 1-39.57 RHIL 15Aug09 1500 0 - 81, Good, C Munce (11) 57, $6: 1st Cousin Wal (NZ) 56: 3.4L, 1-29.67

SUPER CHOICE

br g 5 Choisir - Milliyet (NZ) DARK BLUE, PINK BRACES, AQUA BLUE CAP (W) 9 Starts. 3-1-1 $49,500 Dist 4-0:0:1 Wet 2-1:0:0 4-14 1-11 1-7 1-9 2-12

CANB 2Oct09 1400 BM 60, Good, P W Murphy (4) 55, $7: 2nd Bee Stinger 60: 0.2L, 1-24.39 GOSF 18Oct09 1600 BM65, Good, B Spriggs (a) (6) 54(cd 52), $17: 1st Skybound 56: 1.6L, 1-37.64 RAND 3Nov09 2000 1MW, Good, B Spriggs (a) (4) 53(cd 50), $19: 1st Halleys 53: 2.6L, 2-3.31 W FM 17Nov09 2200 NMW, Good, N Berry (a) (6) 53(cd 52), $7.50: 1st Star Ripper 53: 3.6L, 2-19.61 W FM 25Nov09 2400 BM70, Good, G Schofield (10) 53, $3.90: 1st Dane Fontaine 56: 3.1L, 2-31.47

PINWHEEL

b g 4 Lonhro - Quilt MAROON, WHITE SLEEVES, MAROON CAP WITH WHITE STAR (D) 4 Starts. 2-2-0 $63,800 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) Dist 4-2:2:0 2-11 1-7 2-4 1-10

DANE FONTAINE

7

9

RAND 6Jun09 1200 0 - 81, Heavy, K McEvoy (4) 56, $3.60F: 2nd Sacred Orders 56: 0.2L, 1-13.6 RHIL 27Jun09 1100 0 - 86, Heavy, K McEvoy (11) 56, $7.50: 1st Koichi 57: 8.0L, 1-6.14 CANT 15Jul09 1250 0 - 86, Heavy, K McEvoy (7) 56, $4.80: 1st Sacred Orders 57: 2.3L, 1-15.75 W FM 31Jul09 1400 0 - 81, Slow, K McEvoy (1) 57, $4.60: 1st Moti (NZ) 57: 1.3L, 1-25.58 RHIL 15Aug09 1500 0 - 81, Good, K McEvoy (7) 58, $9: 1st Cousin Wal (NZ) 56: 2.5L, 1-29.67

(9) 53 Chris Munce Guy Walter (Warwick Farm)

K GR 14Jun08 1200 E&G MDN, Heavy, M McDuff (13) 55, $7.50: 1st Under the Counter 53: 3.3L, 1-14.05 GOUL 27Jun08 1300 MDN-SW, Dead, K Fujii (2) 58, $3F: 2nd Let It Sing 55: 1.3L, 1-20.6 GOUL 18Jul08 1400 3Y 0-62, Good, K Fujii (6) 58, $3.50F: 2nd Fullafibz 57: 0.5L, 1-25.32 WYNG 29Jul08 1600 0 - 65, Slow, K Fujii (8) 58, $4: 2nd Dimmy Simmy 55: 0.5L, 1-42.89 CANT 13Aug08 1900 0 - 75, Dead, K Fujii (3) 56, $11: 1st Shoba Princess 53: 0.5L, 1-58.67

4.30

(2) 537

WYNG 26Mar09 1100 F&M 0-65, Good, G Schofield (11) 58, $4EF: 2nd Flying Dialogue (USA) 59: 0.4L, 1-4.12 W FM 15Apr09 1100 3YF NMW, Heavy, G Schofield (3) 58, $5: 1st Flete Manor 55: 2.5L, 1-5.99 HAWK 29Apr09 1400 3YF NMW, Dead, G Schofield (10) 58, $5: 2nd Dailika 56: 0.8L, 1-24.12 HAWK 9May09 1400 HAWK GNEAS-LR, Good, J Ford (8) 53, $14: 1st Related 55: 4.9L, 1-23.79 W FM 26May09 1400 3YF 1MW, Heavy, T D Berry (a) (1) 58(cd 55), $5.50: 1st Vintedge 55: 9.0L, 1-26.11

BREAK CARD

John O'Shea (Randwick)

b g 4 Platinum Scissors - Suitely PURPLE, WHITE STARS AND CAP (W) 10 Starts. 3-2-3 $105,825 Dist 2-0:1:1 Wet 2-2:0:0 Trk 3-0:1:1 T/D 1-0:1:0

TAB NUMBER 1 CLUB HANDICAP

b m 4 Royal Academy (USA) - French Cut Glyn Schofield MAROON, PALE BLUE MALTESE CROSS, ARMBANDS AND CAP 13 Starts. 3-2-3 $81,010 Paul Perry (Broadmeadow) Wet 3-0:1:0

1-12

Tim Clark

MERENSKY REEF (Blks)

2

FAST BULLET

(7) 58

b or br m 6 Singspiel (IRE) - Vivid Concert (IRE) GREEN, YELLOW STAR AND ARMBANDS (DWT) 28 Starts. 5-6-2 $261,929 Dist 13-2:4:1 Wet 10-2:2:0 Trk 7-1:1:0 T/D 1-0:1:0

CANT 10Jun09 1100 3YF MDN-SW, Slow, C Munce (3) 56, $8: 2nd Sacrista 56: 0.3L, 1-7.22 RHIL 27Jun09 1200 3YF 0-81, Heavy, C Munce (6) 54, $16: 2nd Miss Independent 57: 0.2L, 1-13.15 RAND 11Jul09 1200 3Y 0-81, Heavy, G Schofield (3) 55, $10: 1st Swift Alliance 58: 0.1L, 1-14.1 RAND 25Jul09 1200 3Y 0-81, Heavy, C Munce (8) 55, $3.30F: 1st Altered Boy 55: 8.7L, 1-13.6 W FM 17Nov09 1100 F&M BM75, Good, G Schofield (7) 57, $8: 1st Renaissance 54: 1.8L, 1-4.47

JIALE

MUSIC REVIEW (GB)

1

4

3-10 7-9 3-12 1-9 2-8

2400 METRES

RHIL 27Jun09 1200 3YF 0-81, Heavy, N Rawiller (7) 57, $5: 1st Cloudy Morning 54: 0.2L, 1-13.15 RAND 11Jul09 1200 3Y 0-81, Heavy, P Robl (8) 56, $6.50: 1st Swift Alliance 58: 2.6L, 1-14.1 RAND 25Jul09 1200 3Y 0-81, Heavy, C Brown (6) 55, $6.50: 1st Altered Boy 55: 6.0L, 1-13.6 RAND 7Nov09 1200 F&M BM80, Good, A Hyeronimus (a) (1) 57(cd 54), $8: 1st Logan's Choice 53: 1.6L, 1-9.79 RHIL 21Nov09 1300 F&M BM85, Good, B Shinn (3) 55, $7: 1st Jersey Lily 54: 2.3L, 1-16.85

(Blks) ch m 5 Magic Albert - Sri Lanka WHITE, RED BAND, ORANGE CAP (DWT) 15 Starts. 2-0-2 $142,600 Dist 11-1:0:2 Wet 1-1:0:0 Trk 5-1:0:0 T/D 3-0:0:0

3.50

CHRISTMAS CUP

RHIL 30May09 1200 3Y 0-84, Heavy, J Parr (6) 56, $13: 1st Border Rebel 54: 4.8L, 1-11.72 RHIL 13Jun09 1400 F&M 0-91, Dead, K McEvoy (1) 54, $8.50: 1st Imtops 53: 0.1L, 1-25.32 RHIL 27Jun09 1300 F&M 0-91, Heavy, C Brown (5) 55, $6.50: 1st Limani 54: 1.0L, 1-19.56 RAND 11Jul09 1400 F&M 0-86, Heavy, K McEvoy (2) 57, $7: 1st Bejewelled 55: 2.5L, 1-27.64 W FM 31Jul09 1400 0 - 81, Slow, C Brown (8) 57, $3.80: 1st Moti (NZ) 57: 1.4L, 1-25.58

b m 4 Choisir - Bomba RED, WHITE TRIPLE CROWN SYNDICATIONS LOGO (DW) 17 Starts. 2-4-5 $405,955 Dist 11-2:2:4 Wet 9-1:3:1 Trk 4-0:2:2 T/D 2-0:1:1

2-11 6-9 2-10 3-15

ROSEHILL

(3) 53 David Payne (Rosehill)

RAND 22Aug09 1200 S/SHADOW-G3, Good, G Schofield (1) 54, $31: 1st Deer Valley 54: 3.6L, 1-10.39 CANT 9Sep09 1100 F&M 0-75, Good, B Shinn (9) 53, $5: 1st Beaded 58: 2.0L, 1-4 CANT 30Sep09 1100 F&M 0-75, Good, B Shinn (8) 54, $3.80EF: 2nd Apollo's Pride 57: 0.5L, 1-4.48 CANT 21Oct09 1100 F&M BM75, Good, C Brown (12) 54, $4.60F: 1st Peace Academy 51: 2.1L, 1-3.9 RHIL 14Nov09 1400 F&M BM85, Good, G Schofield (3) 53, $12: 1st Apollo's Pride 53: 3.8L, 1-23.39

1200 METRES

1

MOSSURMI

(4) 61

ch g 5 Mossman - Nalurmi Tommy Berry (a2) YELLOW, PURPLE EPAULETTES, STRIPED SLEEVES AND QUARTERED CAP (WT) 33 Starts. 7-4-3 $175,800 Marc Conners (Warwick Farm) Dist 5-0:0:0 Wet 10-3:3:1 Trk 3-1:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0 5-7 1-7 2-11 2-8 5-14

2

W FM 17Jun09 1600 0 - 81, Heavy, C Agnew (1) 59, $4.20: 1st Altavilla 56: 1.6L, 1-42.68 RHIL 27Jun09 1900 2MW, Heavy, C Agnew (3) 55, $7: 2nd Sir James (NZ) 55: 2.0L, 2-0.04 RAND 11Jul09 1600 HCP, Heavy, C Agnew (9) 53, $4.40: 1st Gergis 56: 0.2L, 1-40.86 RAND 25Jul09 1800 HCP, Heavy, C Agnew (8) 53, $3.50F: 1st Allaboutus 53: 2.8L, 1-56.78 COFF 6Aug09 1600 COFFS CUP, Dead, C Agnew (3) 56, $4.20EF: 1st Legendary Man 57: 2.3L, 1-36.43

MALAMBO

b g 5 Choisir - Bomba GREEN, WHITE CROSSED SASHES (DW) 18 Starts. 4-3-1 $116,970 Dist 9-2:2:0 Wet 9-3:2:0 Trk 4-0:2:0 T/D 4-0:2:0 5-18 8-19 10-17 1-10 5-10

3

(8) 59 Kody Nestor (a3) Clarry Conners (Warwick Farm)

DOOM 23May09 1350 CL6-SW, Heavy, J Byrne (14) 53, $6EF: 1st Steel Lips 56: 1.0L, 1-23.96 E FM 30May09 1500 E WILLIAMS-LR, Slow, B Shinn (11) 53, $13: 1st Soiled 53: 4.5L, 1-31.44 RHIL 13Jun09 1200 4UP 0 - 86, Dead, G Schofield (15) 57, $17: 1st Comepsa (NZ) 59: 4.2L, 1-11.75 RAND 30Jun09 1300 1MW, Heavy, H Bowman (6) 56, $3.40F: 2nd Northfield Planet 53: 1.0L, 1-23.26 RHIL 21Nov09 1200 BM85, Good, H Bowman (5) 56, $19: 1st Informality 52: 3.1L, 1-10.06

AFGHANI

b g 5 Street Cry (IRE) - Monetary (USA) WHITE, PURPLE STAR AND HOOPED SLEEVES, WHITE CAP (W) 27 Starts. 4-4-4 $143,030 Dist 8-0:1:1 Wet 9-2:2:2 Trk 7-0:1:2 T/D 1-0:0:0

1-7 5-10 2-14 7-14 3-9

(7) 587 Nathan Berry (a2) Jack Denham (Rosehill)

RAND 22Nov08 1600 0 - 81, Good, H Bowman (5) 57, $3.40: 2nd Cullen Castle 56: 0.5L, 1-38.74 RHIL 6Dec08 1500 0 - 81, Good, H Bowman (7) 59, $3.90: 1st Bacchanal Woman 54: 1.4L, 1-28.83 RAND 26Dec08 1400 0 - 86, Good, C Munce (12) 57, $3.90F: 1st Referees 58: 2.3L, 1-22.17 RHIL 17Jan09 1500 HCP, Good, R M Quinn (11) 53, $6.50: 1st Vision And Power (NZ) 57: 4.8L, 1-29 RHIL 31Jan09 1500 WLTR, Good, C Munce (2) 54, $4.20: 1st Rabbuka 56: 3.5L, 1-29.31

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Racing Truth form guide for ROSEHILL

7

ROSEHILL

5.10

WWW.THERACES.COM.AU HANDICAP 1200 METRES

1

BREAK CARD

2

Blake Shinn Gerald Ryan (Rosehill)

RAND 3Oct09 1600 FLIGHT-G1, Slow, J Parr (10) 56, $71: 1st More Joyous (NZ) 56: 5.5L, 1-40.06 RAND 17Oct09 1600 3Y BM78, Good, G Buckley (4) 53, $8: 1st All Legal 51: 4.5L, 1-33.91 RAND 7Nov09 1400 3Y BM74, Dead, T Berry (a) (5) 53(cd 51), $9: 1st Khas Kura 58: 2.5L, 1-23.58 RHIL 21Nov09 1400 3Y BM73, Good, N Berry (a) (4) 54(cd 52), $11: 1st Honest Lies (NZ) 52: 4.0L, 1-23.9 CANN 3Dec09 1250 F&M BM70, Good, J Parr (2) 56, $4.20EF: 2nd Pagan Princess 53: 0.4L, 1-14.07

DANZA DOLL

E

3

4

David Payne (Rosehill)

RAND 22Aug09 1200 S/SHADOW-G3, Good, G Schofield (1) 54, $31: 1st Deer Valley 54: 3.6L, 1-10.39 CANT 9Sep09 1100 F&M 0-75, Good, B Shinn (9) 53, $5: 1st Beaded 58: 2.0L, 1-4 CANT 30Sep09 1100 F&M 0-75, Good, B Shinn (8) 54, $3.80EF: 2nd Apollo's Pride 57: 0.5L, 1-4.48 CANT 21Oct09 1100 F&M BM75, Good, C Brown (12) 54, $4.60F: 1st Peace Academy 51: 2.1L, 1-3.9 RHIL 14Nov09 1400 F&M BM85, Good, G Schofield (3) 53, $12: 1st Apollo's Pride 53: 3.8L, 1-23.39

MADEITTOTHEMOON E

ch f 3 Magic Albert - Our Promise SILVER, LIME GREEN TRIANGLE, SLEEVES AND CAP (W) 10 Starts. 3-3-1 $85,175 Dist 3-0:1:0 Wet 3-2:0:0 Trk 2-0:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:0 1-11 8-13 1-10 1-11 2-18

(7) 58 Kody Nestor (a3)

7-12 5-11 1-9 1-16

5

4-15 5-10

6

GIRL HUSSLER

1-11 4-10

7

COUNTRY CLUB E

(4) 567

RHIL 12Sep09 1200 3YF 0-79, Good, K McEvoy (8) 55, $6.50: 1st Sister Madly 53: 2.5L, 1-10.46 CANT 7Oct09 1200 F&M 1MW, Slow, K McEvoy (3) 53, $3.30: 2nd Baby Boom 53: 0.2L, 1-10.92 CANT 21Oct09 1250 3YF BM70, Good, Michael Palmer (a) (9) 59(cd 57), $6.50: 1st Phenomenal Lass 55: 2.4L, 1-12.95 W FM 17Nov09 1100 F&M BM75, Good, J Parr (12) 55, $13: 1st Renaissance 54: 1.6L, 1-4.47 KENS 28Nov09 1150 3Y BM75, Good, K McEvoy (1) 54, $7.50: 1st Latin News 54: 1.5L, 1-6.52

(2) 557 Brenton Avdulla (a2) Grahame Begg (Randwick)

CANT 11Nov09 1100 3YF MDN, Good, B Avdulla (a) (4) 58(cd 56), $14: 2nd Longlea 54: 0.2L, 1-5.12 KENS 28Nov09 1150 3Y BM75, Good, B Avdulla (a) (5) 53(cd 51), $31: 1st Latin News 54: 1.2L, 1-6.52

COUNTERPANE E

(6) 547

8

RAND 30Jun09 1200 2YF NMW, Heavy, K McEvoy (7) 55, $6: 1st Deer Valley 57: 0.2L, 1-15.09 CANT 15Jul09 1250 2Y MDN, Heavy, K McEvoy (3) 55, $2.50F: 1st Small Minds 54: 0.2L, 1-16.93 W FM 31Jul09 1400 2Y MDN-SW, Slow, K McEvoy (6) 54, $2.30F: 2nd Solid Effort 56: 1.8L, 1-26.56

DATS MA GAL E

b or br f 3 Secret Savings (USA) - Viator RED, DARK BLUE SLEEVES, GREEN ARMBANDS (DW) 2 Starts. 1-0-0 $27,550 Dist 1-1:0:0 Wet 1-1:0:0 1-13 10-10

9

(5) 54 Graeme Rogerson (Randwick)

CANT 29Jul09 1200 2YF MDN, Heavy, C Munce (8) 56, $8: 2nd Canzero 52: 0.2L, 1-13.48 KENS 19Aug09 1300 F&M 1MW, Dead, J Cassidy (1) 53, $13: 1st Lovemelikearock 53: 7.3L, 1-17.34

TUDOR MAGIC E

(8) 54

ch f 3 Magic Albert - Seal Point Tommy Berry (a2) GREEN, RED CROSSED SASHES, DARK BLUE AND WHITE HOOPED SLEEVES, RED CAP 3 Starts. 1-0-1 $32,200 Gregory Hickman (Warwick Farm) Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 1-0:0:0 13-14 1-12 3-8

14-16 1-12 4-16 7-9 7-10

CANT 12May09 1550 2Y 1MW, Good, P Robl (7) 55, $10: 1st Chitu Ma 55: 1.8L, 1-35.44 SANL 27May09 1400 2Y HCP, Dead, C Newitt (2) 53, $8: 2nd Gauteng 57: 0.1L, 1-25.72 FLEM 6Jun09 1400 2Y HCP, Good, Dale Smith (11) 55, $21: 1st Kidnapped 56: 5.5L, 1-24 RHIL 27Jun09 1400 2Y HCP, Heavy, P Robl (6) 54, $12: 1st Magic Model 54: 0.3L, 1-27.29 RAND 11Jul09 1400 2Y HCP, Heavy, P Robl (3) 55, $7.50: 1st Magic Model 57: 5.6L, 1-27.66

FAIR CHOICE E

12

b f 3 Redoute's Choice - Fairessa RED, WHITE SASH, GREEN SLEEVES AND CAP 2 Starts. 1-0-1 $12,200

3-13 1-13

(13) 53 Robert Thompson Rodney Northam (Scone)

SCNE 9Nov09 1100 MDN-SW, Dead, R Thompson (5) 54, $4.60: 1st Sharbougg 56: 1.9L, 1-6.17 SCNE 24Nov09 1100 MDN, Good, R Thompson (6) 54, $3.60: 2nd Kid Sundae 57: 0.8L, 1-4.41

READY MISS E

13

br or blk f 3 More Than Ready (USA) - Madam Bligh BLACK, RED STRIPE, CHECKED SLEEVES AND CAP 1 Start. 0-1-0 $5,400 2-12

(3) 53 Corey Brown John O'Shea (Randwick)

W FM 26May09 1200 2YF MDN, Heavy, G Buckley (6) 56, $31: 1st Prerequisite 56: 12.9L, 1-12.51 RAND 3Nov09 1100 3Y MDN, Good, T Bell (a) (7) 54(cd 51), $18: 2nd Never 51: 0.2L, 1-4.99 GOSF 18Nov09 1100 3Y SWP, Good, H Bowman (4) 56, $9: 1st Graceful Anna 54: 1.9L, 1-4.13

10 – RACING TRUTH, DECEMBER 10-16, 2009

8

ROSEHILL

5.50

2-10 2-13 8-8 4-9 7-11

1400 METRES

1

DOUBLE DARE (NZ) (Blks)

gr g 8 O'Reilly (NZ) - Dare (NZ) WHITE, BLACK CHECKS, PURPLE SLEEVES (DT) 45 Starts. 10-3-6 $519,100 Dist 18-3:2:2 Wet 6-0:0:1 Trk 18-6:1:3 T/D 5-2:1:0

11-15 8-11 5-12 13-17 9-10

2 1-8

3-9 2-10

3

JOKU (Blks)

(11) 58 Nash Rawiller Gai Waterhouse (Randwick)

CANT 16May09 1900 LORDMAYORS, Good, G Buckley (10) 54, $8.50: 1st Penrickson (NZ) 54: 2.7L, 1-55.88 RAND 23May09 1600 WLTR, Heavy, D M Ganderton (a) (7) 56(cd 54), $3.90F: 2nd Rainbow Styling (NZ) 54: 0.2L, 1-41.06 RAND 6Jun09 1800 WLTR, Heavy, D M Ganderton (a) (7) 57(cd 55), $5.50: 1st Rainbow Styling (NZ) 54: 1.3L, 1-54.29 RHIL 14Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, B Avdulla (a) (7) 56(cd 54), $6: 1st Kenny's World 54: 0.2L, 1-10 KENS 28Nov09 1400 BM85, Good, B Avdulla (a) (1) 62(cd 60), $4: 1st Rockwood 62: 0.5L, 1-23.92

PRINCE BRAEMAN (Blks)

b g 5 Mossman - Heatherbrae YELLOW, BLACK SASH, ARMBANDS AND CAP (DWT) 22 Starts. 7-5-2 $249,000 Dist 4-2:1:0 Wet 4-2:0:1 Trk 6-2:0:0 T/D 2-1:0:0

1-11 1-9 5-12 4-9 2-10

Chris Waller (Rosehill)

RAND 20Dec08 1200 RAZOR SHARP-LR, Good, D Nikolic (14) 58, $16: 1st Rubinda 53: 6.3L, 1-8.97 RHIL 10Jan09 1200 WLTR, Good, M Beadman (a) (5) 60(cd 58), $10: 1st Hotel Casino 52: 4.0L, 1-10.02 HAWK 9May09 1200 HCP, Good, D M Ganderton (a) (5) 58(cd 56), $12: 1st Testimonial 54: 0.9L, 1-10.12 E FM 30May09 1300 QTC CUP-G2, Slow, C Brown (11) 53(cd 53), $21: 1st Ortensia 52: 8.0L, 1-19.13 KENS 28Nov09 1150 HCP, Good, T Berry (a) (2) 56(cd 54), $21: 1st Wasted Emotions 56: 6.3L, 1-5.76

br g 5 Xaar (GB) - Biru Lang (USA) RED, BLACK STRIPES (DWT) 16 Starts. 7-5-1 $207,975 Dist 2-1:1:0 Wet 6-2:3:0 Trk 2-1:0:1 5-13

(9) 58

(5) 57 Tommy Berry (a2) Paul Perry (Broadmeadow)

RHIL 30May09 1400 HCP, Heavy, T D Berry (a) (4) 53(cd 51), $4.40F: 2nd Theophorus 54: 5.3L, 1-26.3 RHIL 13Jun09 1500 WLTR, Dead, T D Berry (a) (7) 56(cd 53), $3F: 2nd Sir Fussalot 54: 0.1L, 1-31.38 RHIL 4Jul09 1400 CIVIC-LR, Slow, G Schofield (8) 55, $6: 1st Hadaaf 58: 0.5L, 1-25.22 RHIL 14Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, H Bowman (8) 55, $5: 1st Kenny's World 54: 1.7L, 1-10 KENS 28Nov09 1150 HCP, Good, H Bowman (5) 55, $5: 1st Wasted Emotions 56: 1.3L, 1-5.76

MR SLICK (NZ) (Blks)

(4) 557

b g 6 Shinko King (IRE) - Eternal Grace (NZ) Glyn Schofield NAVY BLUE, WHITE STARS AND SLEEVES, BLUE PINSTRIPE, WHITE AND NAVY BLUE STARS CAP (W) 25 Starts. 8-8-1 $236,550 Con Karakatsanis (Rosehill) Dist 6-0:2:1 Wet 6-2:2:0 Trk 1-0:0:0 13-13 12-14 10-13 2-9 6-10

5

E FM 20Jun09 1200 HEALY STK-G3, Good, D Gauci (6) 55, $15: 1st News Alert 54: 9.5L, 1-9.3 RAND 17Oct09 1100 LIGHTNING-LR, Good, G Buckley (14) 54, $13: 1st News Alert 55: 5.3L, 1-2.77 FLEM 31Oct09 1200 SALINGER-G2, Good, C D Symons (5) 52, $101: 1st Eagle Falls 54: 8.1L, 1-8.9 SANH 14Nov09 1300 0 - 95, Dead, S Scriven (3) 57, $9: 1st Greatwall of China 55: 0.1L, 1-17.32 RHIL 5Dec09 1300 BM85, Good, K Nestor (a) (3) 61(cd 58), $13: 1st Trader 53: 4.0L, 1-16.79

NEW EDGE

(8) 557

b g 8 Racer's Edge - Badinov's Babe Blake Spriggs (a3) PINK AND GREEN CHECKS, DARK BLUE SLEEVES, WHITE CAP (DWT) 41 Starts. 10-5-5 $391,250 Jules De Smet (Queanbeyan) Dist 7-1:2:0 Wet 5-1:0:1 Trk 7-1:1:2

7-9 7-8 4-5 2-12

CANB 18Sep09 1200 HCP, Good, S Guymer (a) (1) 63(cd 59), $10: 1st Fast Bullet 54: 7.1L, 1-11.3 CANB 2Oct09 1200 HCP, Good, R Bensley (1) 62, $8: 1st Trescorpioni (NZ) 54: 9.4L, 1-10.3 CANB 3Nov09 1600 HCP, Good, Ms K McEwen (a) (5) 62(cd 60), $6: 1st Regal Celeb 54: 9.1L, 1-36 GUND 13Nov09 1400 HCP, Good, T Clark (4) 59, $31: 1st Happy Finish 53: 2.0L, 1-21.66

MARY'S GRACE

(2) 547

RHIL 21Mar09 1500 COOLMORE-G1, Dead, J Penza (7) 51(cd 52), $101: 1st Typhoon Tracy 51: 5.7L, 1-29.98 HAWK 29Apr09 1300 DARLEY, Dead, G Buckley (10) 55, $7: 2nd Lady Game 53: 0.4L, 1-16.74 SCNE 15May09 1400 DARK JEWEL-LR, Good, G Buckley (12) 57, $8: 1st Rio Osa 53: 2.4L, 1-23.63 RHIL 14Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, G Buckley (6) 54, $6.50: 1st Kenny's World 54: 3.1L, 1-10 KENS 28Nov09 1150 HCP, Good, G Buckley (1) 53, $20: 1st Wasted Emotions 56: 3.1L, 1-5.76

MY SWEET COOKIE

(13) 54 Corey Brown Kevin Moses (Randwick)

RHIL 2May09 1400 HCP, Dead, R M Quinn (3) 53, $9: 1st Kiloton 54: 2.3L, 1-23.28 SCNE 15May09 1600 SCONE CUP-LR, Good, T Clark (13) 53, $5: 1st Obvious Choice 53: 0.2L, 1-36.79 RAND 6Jun09 1800 WLTR, Heavy, D Gauci (2) 55, $5: 1st Rainbow Styling (NZ) 54: 14.2L, 1-54.29 RHIL 31Oct09 1200 HCP, Good, S Moses (3) 53, $10: 1st Posadas 59: 1.7L, 1-10.41 RHIL 21Nov09 1400 HCP, Good, T Clark (3) 53, $7.50: 1st Lyncean Academy 56: 5.3L, 1-22.55

O'CRIKEY (NZ) (Blks)

(1) 537

b or br g 6 O'Reilly (NZ) - Ungaro (NZ) Blake Shinn RED, YELLOW DIAGONAL STRIPES, RED, CREAM AND YELLOW HOOPED SLEEVES, RED AND YELLOW QUARTERED CAP (DWT) 42 Starts. 7-5-4 $358,565 Gary Portelli (Warwick Farm) Dist 19-2:2:1 Wet 10-3:2:3 Trk 12-2:2:0 T/D 5-1:1:0

2-14 4-12 6-7 12-14 6-11

BIG 6 JACKPOT HANDICAP

Chris Waller (Rosehill)

RHIL 30May09 2400 MCKELL CUP-LR, Heavy, J Penza (5) 53, $31: 1st Ready to Lift 56: 4.8L, 2-36.64 RHIL 13Jun09 2400 STAYERS, Dead, J Penza (2) 53, $21: 1st Nuclear Sky 58: 0.1L, 2-33.38 RHIL 27Jun09 2400 WINTER CUP-LR, Heavy, J Penza (2) 53, $12: 1st Niwot 53: 6.8L, 2-35.15 GRAF 16Jul09 2350 GRAF CUP -LR, Good, J Penza (7) 53, $12: 1st Castle Heights (NZ) 53: 1.0L, 2-24.98 RAND 25Jul09 2400 0 - 91, Heavy, J Penza (2) 58, $12: 1st Mr Clangtastic 58: 11.0L, 2-36.93

ch g 5 Hussonet (USA) - Miss Heath GOLD, GREEN EPAULETTES (DT) 23 Starts. 4-4-2 $213,350 Dist 5-2:1:0 Wet 6-0:0:1 Trk 9-2:2:0 T/D 2-0:1:0

W FM 25Nov09 1100 3YF MDN, Good, H Bowman (8) 56, $2.40F: 1st Tallow 58: 1.0L, 1-4.65

8

(10) 547

gr m 5 Twining (USA) - Elysium (NZ) Grant Buckley WHITE, YELLOW YOKE, SLEEVES, QUARTERED CAP, WHITE POM POM (DW) 20 Starts. 7-2-2 $285,150 Kylie Gavenlock (Gosford) Dist 3-1:0:1 Wet 5-2:1:0 Trk 4-0:1:0

9

4

Jim Cassidy

7-12 2-12 6-8 4-14 5-7

4-7 1-12 4-12 2-13 6-8

2-8

AL SAHRA

6

7

David Payne (Rosehill)

br f 3 Lonhro - Quilt MAROON, WHITE SLEEVES, MAROON CAP WITH WHITE STAR (W) 3 Starts. 1-2-0 $38,350 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) Dist 2-0:2:0 Wet 3-1:2:0 2-10 2-13 1-9

(9) 53

COME ON CUGAT

(Blks) b g 6 King Cugat (USA) - Come On Klaire (NZ) DARK BLUE, WHITE CROSSED SASHES (WT) 38 Starts. 5-8-1 $267,690 Dist 5-0:1:0 Wet 9-1:1:0 Trk 12-1:3:0 T/D 1-0:0:0

ch f 3 Belong to Me (USA) - Nadene (NZ) Peter Robl ROYAL BLUE, GREEN AND GOLD PATINACK FARM LOGO, GREEN SLEEVES, GOLD CAP AND POM POM 7 Starts. 1-1-0 $37,483 John P Thompson (Warwick Farm) Wet 4-0:1:0 Trk 1-0:1:0

(11) 57

CANT 12May09 1100 2YF MDN, Good, J Quinnell (a) (11) 56(cd 54), $10: 2nd Madeittothemoon 57: 0.5L, 1-5.26 RAND 23May09 1100 2Y HCP, Heavy, J D Adams (a) (5) 54(cd 51), $9: 1st Kanzan 55: 4.7L, 1-6.79 RAND 6Jun09 1200 2Y HCP, Heavy, D Gauci (5) 54, $14: 1st Ten Seconds 53: 5.3L, 1-13.4 HAWK 5Nov09 1000 BM60, Good, N Callow (2) 55, $2F: 2nd She'll Avago 53: 0.3L, 57.8 W FM 25Nov09 1400 F&M BM70, Good, B Avdulla (a) (2) 55(cd 53), $8: 2nd Tempo Manor 56: 1.5L, 1-23.07

b or br f 3 Desert Sun (GB) - Plain Crazy YELLOW, WHITE SPOTS AND CAP 2 Starts. 1-0-0 $20,700 Dist 1-0:0:0

GARDNER

11

GOSF 31May09 1000 2Y MDN, Heavy, P Robl (3) 58, $3.30F: 2nd Hanadarko 55: 0.8L, 1-1.32 E FM 6Jun09 1200 D WADLEY-LR, Heavy, P Robl (13) 55, $12: 1st Kiss Me Katy 55: 11.1L, 1-12.87 P MQ 11Nov09 1000 BM70, Slow, A Gibbons (5) 54, $5: 2nd Two Quid 51: 1.0L, 59.71 TAR 22Nov09 1000 BM70, Good, P Robl (3) 54, $4: 2nd Rare Diamond 54: 0.5L, 57.45 DOOM 5Dec09 1200 MODE STKS-LR, Good, P Robl (8) 55, $11: 1st Swiss Rose (NZ) 55: 0.1L, 1-9.3

b or br f 3 Lonhro - Wynciti MAROON, WHITE SLEEVES, MAROON AND WHITE STAR CAP (DW) 7 Starts. 2-0-0 $94,130 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) Dist 5-1:0:0 Wet 1-1:0:0 Trk 2-0:0:0 T/D 2-0:0:0 5-12 1-6 6-11

Chris Waller (Rosehill)

CANB 8Mar09 1200 BLACK OPAL-LR, Good, C Brown (2) 54, $3.50F: 1st Delago Bolt 56: 7.9L, 1-10.93 RAND 8Aug09 1200 3YF 0-75, Dead, C Brown (7) 57, $11: 1st Gigas 56: 5.2L, 1-10.57 RAND 22Aug09 1200 S/SHADOW-G3, Good, K McEvoy (6) 54, $51: 1st Deer Valley 54: 4.9L, 1-10.39 RAND 3Nov09 1200 3YF BM66, Good, N Callow (6) 58, $9: 1st Mascareri 56: 1.5L, 1-9.84 W FM 25Nov09 1400 F&M BM70, Good, C Brown (16) 54, $6: 1st Girl Hussler 53: 3.9L, 1-23.07

Wayne Wilkes (Port Macquarie)

ch f 3 Hussonet (USA) - Vecchia Signora WHITE, BLACK V AND SLEEVES 5 Starts. 3-0-0 $50,900 Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 2-0:0:0 1-12

7-13 7-9 9-13 3-8 7-16

(1) 537 Chris Munce

Encosta de Lago - Wager

CERISE (W) 6 Starts. 1-0-1 $31,300 Dist 4-0:0:1 Wet 1-1:0:0

(12) 58

(Blks) br f 3 Dehere (USA) - Fuji Dancer ORANGE, RED BAND, ARMBANDS AND CAP 9 Starts. 2-1-2 $78,130 Dist 4-0:0:0 Trk 2-0:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:0 7-13 2-13 1-9 3-14 3-10

br f 3

(10) 58

br f 3 Danzero - Fleur de Jazz CERISE, ROYAL BLUE SPOTS (D) 13 Starts. 2-1-1 $72,800 Dist 5-1:0:0 Wet 3-0:0:0 Trk 3-0:0:0 T/D 2-0:0:0

7-11 5-13 2-6 4-11 1-12

WE BETCHA (Blks) E

10

10

SANL 30Aug09 1400 0 - 95, Slow, D Nikolic (6) 57, $15: 1st Philda 55: 0.1L, 1-25.89 CAUL 27Sep09 1440 4UP HCP, Slow, D Nikolic (4) 54, $5.50: 1st Gold Salute 59: 1.9L, 1-29.37 CRAN 11Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, D Nikolic (3) 57, $4.40: 1st Nine Tales 55: 5.9L, 1-24.83 BDGO 28Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, D Nikolic (11) 54, $8: 1st El Mandon 56: 8.9L, 1-22.8 RHIL 21Nov09 1400 HCP, Good, B Spriggs (a) (11) 53(cd 50), $21: 1st Lyncean Academy 56: 2.3L, 1-22.55

TOGNI (Blks)

(7) 537

b g 5 Giant's Causeway (USA) - Florilegio MAROON, WHITE SLEEVES, MAROON CAP WITH WHITE STAR (WT) 18 Starts. 5-3-3 $149,137 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) Dist 4-0:2:0 Wet 6-2:1:1 Trk 3-1:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0 8-10 1-9 10-11 7-9 10-11

11

RHIL 30May09 1800 0 - 90, Heavy, J Parr (2) 57, $4.80: 1st Niwot 54: 11.4L, 1-54.62 RHIL 27Jun09 1500 2MW, Heavy, K McEvoy (6) 56, $6: 2nd Centre Arena 53: 0.1L, 1-33.21 RAND 11Jul09 1600 HCP, Heavy, K McEvoy (7) 53, $5: 1st Gergis 56: 16.7L, 1-40.86 RAND 7Nov09 1400 BM90, Good, J Parr (3) 57, $11: 1st Hussenor 51: 1.9L, 1-22.79 RHIL 21Nov09 1400 HCP, Good, P Wells (9) 53, $21: 1st Lyncean Academy 56: 6.3L, 1-22.55

VINTEDGE (Blks)

(3) 53

b m 4 Flying Spur - Alternative Edge WHITE, BLACK CHECK, PURPLE SLEEVES (DWT) 16 Starts. 4-2-6 $243,110 Dist 10-3:2:5 Wet 7-3:1:2 Trk 6-1:0:2 T/D 3-1:0:2 1-7 1-10 3-9 3-11 7-13

12

Chris Waller (Rosehill)

RAND 11Jul09 1600 3Y 0-81, Heavy, P Robl (4) 55, $7: 2nd Altier 56: 0.8L, 1-43.78 RHIL 18Jul09 1400 3Y 0-81, Heavy, M Beadman (a) (3) 57(cd 55), $8: 2nd Romany Star 56: 3.3L, 1-25.05 RAND 7Nov09 1400 BM90, Good, N Berry (a) (6) 55(cd 53), $6.50: 1st Hussenor 51: 0.5L, 1-22.79 RHIL 21Nov09 1400 HCP, Good, N Berry (a) (4) 53(cd 52), $3.80F: 1st Lyncean Academy 56: 0.9L, 1-22.55 RHIL 5Dec09 1500 FESTIVAL-LR, Good, J Penza (4) 53, $7.50: 1st Rabbuka 58: 6.0L, 1-28.72

SHADOW CABINET (IRE) (Blks)

b g 5 Noverre (USA) - Shadow Roll (IRE) GREEN, YELLOW STAR AND ARMBANDS (DW) 28 Starts. 6-5-3 $181,063 Dist 9-1:2:1 Wet 9-5:1:1 Trk 4-0:0:1

4-5 2-9 13-14 3-11 5-9

13 7-7 2-8 4-10

14

Chris Waller (Rosehill)

WYNG 1Oct09 1350 BM 80, Good, M Beadman (a) (3) 61(cd 60), $5: 1st The Fangsta 54: 2.8L, 1-19.7 RAND 17Oct09 1600 BM90, Good, N Callow (5) 56, $12: 1st Snow Alert 55: 0.1L, 1-36.41 RHIL 24Oct09 1800 BM85, Good, N Callow (6) 59, $12: 1st Barlagarney 55: 15.7L, 1-49.49 RHIL 14Nov09 1500 BM92, Good, J Penza (4) 55, $21: 1st Love And Kisses 52: 1.2L, 1-29.67 KENS 28Nov09 1800 BM85, Good, N Berry (a) (5) 58(cd 56), $7.50: 1st Bandar 53: 5.8L, 1-50.43

GEARED UP

(6) 53

ch g 4 Testa Rossa - Certain GREY, RED SLEEVES, WHITE ARMBANDS AND CAP (WT) 17 Starts. 3-3-5 $153,835 Dist 3-0:0:2 Wet 5-1:0:3 Trk 5-1:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:0 1-10 3-9

(12) 53 Jim Cassidy

Peter Robl Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm)

RHIL 2May09 1300 3Y HCP, Dead, P Robl (10) 57, $6: 2nd Love And Kisses 57: 0.2L, 1-17.2 CANT 16May09 1200 3Y 0-86, Good, D M Ganderton (a) (4) 59(cd 57), $4.60: 1st Mine in Time 52: 2.6L, 1-9.68 RHIL 30May09 1500 3Y 0-88, Heavy, P Robl (3) 58, $4.60: 1st Yaqubi 53: 6.1L, 1-34.63 W FM 17Nov09 1000 WLTR, Good, P Robl (7) 55, $16: 1st Border Rebel 54: 1.3L, 57.41 KENS 28Nov09 1150 HCP, Good, P Robl (3) 53, $7.50: 1st Wasted Emotions 56: 2.7L, 1-5.76

CENTOVER

(14) 53

br g 6 Over - Marcent (NZ) Chris Munce YELLOW, ROYAL BLUE DIAMOND BAND AND SLEEVES, YELLOW DIAMOND ARMBANDS AND CAP (D) 30 Starts. 6-3-1 $166,410 Toby Edmonds (Warwick Farm) Dist 7-3:1:0 Wet 3-0:0:0 Trk 2-0:0:0

5-9 3-15 6-15 14-15 6-10

RHIL 13Jun09 1500 WLTR, Dead, H Bowman (2) 54, $20: 1st Prince Braeman 53: 2.2L, 1-31.38 GRAF 12Jul09 1600 S/GRAF CUP , Good, B Looker (a) (4) 54, $5: 1st Lockmar 53: 1.8L, 1-36.7 E FM 18Jul09 1600 TATTS MILE-LR, Good, M J Cahill (12) 53, $16: 1st Jacqueline Rouge 53: 3.8L, 1-36.11 RHIL 14Nov09 1200 4UP BM75, Good, B Avdulla (a) (15) 60(cd 58), $31: 1st Elusive Touch 53: 10.5L, 1-10.46 KENS 28Nov09 1400 BM85, Good, T Bell (a) (4) 54(cd 51), $26: 1st Rockwood 62: 2.5L, 1-23.92

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Racing Truth form guide for FLEMINGTON 8

(Blks) b m 6 Indian Danehill (IRE) - Blazing Fantasy RED, GOLD SLEEVES, QUARTERED CAP (D) 36 Starts. 6-4-3 $146,117 Dist 3-1:0:0 Wet 2-0:0:0 Trk 4-0:0:0

STORMHILL

(Blks) b h 8 Danehill (USA) - Torrential Storm (NZ) ROYAL BLUE, WHITE SPOTS, RED SLEEVES AND CAP (DW) 40 Starts. 8-4-4 $603,092 Dist 6-3:1:0 Wet 8-1:1:0 Trk 4-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0

1

1-9 1-12 2-11 4-17 9-16

2

(11) 59 Clinton McDonald (Caulfield)

MORP 19Sep09 1600 0 - 91, Good, K Hocking (a) (6) 60(cd 57), $8.50: 2nd Stakhanovite 53:: 3.3L, 1-34.88 BLLA 4Oct09 2046 BLLA CUP, Dead, B Rawiller (6) 56:, $8: 2nd Ulysses 56:: 0.2L, 2-5.12 CRAN 11Oct09 2025 CRAN CUP-LR, Dead, B Rawiller (9) 57, $5: 1st Sermon 54: 3.8L, 2-4.84 GEEL 21Oct09 2406 GEEL CUP-G3, Good, B Rawiller (7) 54:, $8.50: 1st Leica Ding 53: 1.8L, 2-27.52 FLEM 7Nov09 2500 QUEEN ELIZ-G3, Good, C Brown (15) 56:, $26: 1st Sterling Prince (NZ) 56: 5.9L, 2-34.58

PLAYWRIGHT (NZ)

(14) 56

b g 5 Fantastic Light (USA) - Amonistar (USA) Steven King ROYAL BLUE, BLACK QUARTERS, YELLOW ARMBANDS, BLACK CAP (WT) 27 Starts. 3-3-5 $399,975 Steve Richards (Flemington) Wet 2-1:0:1 Trk 13-2:1:3

3-11 12-13 12-13 3-10 5-16

3

M V 20Jun09 1500 HCP, Heavy, Dean Holland (a) (4) 56(cd 54:), $5.50: 1st Davcon 54:: 3.1L, 1-34.22 CAUL 17Oct09 1100 CAUL SPRNT-G2, Dead, Steven King (10) 54, $61: 1st First Command 56:: 6.3L, 1-4.21 FLEM 31Oct09 1200 SALINGER-G2, Good, Steven King (1) 53, $101: 1st Eagle Falls 54:: 9.2L, 1-8.9 FLEM 7Nov09 1600 4UP 0 - 95, Good, Steven King (3) 58, $17: 1st Poised to Win 56:: 1.0L, 1-35.95 SANH 21Nov09 1800 ECLIPSE-G3, Good, Steven King (6) 54, $12: 1st Bashful Girl 53: 2.4L, 1-49.83

ROAD WORKER

13 1-11 9-12 5-9 14-15 9-10

14

4

4-9 3-8 1-14 4-8

Jim Conlan (Mt Eliza)

M VN 20Feb09 2040 3Y 0 - 68, Good, K McEvoy (3) 57, $16: 2nd Wildly Excited 57: 0.8L, 2-8.6 SANH 22Apr09 1400 0 - 82, Good, C Newitt (4) 54:, $26: 1st Costa in the Glen 55:: 4.9L, 1-24.4 WNBL 6May09 1700 SHOW 3Y 0 - 72, Slow, Matthew Allen (7) 58, $5: 1st Quite Famous 53:: 3.1L, 1-45.19 CAUL 23May09 2000 3Y HCP, Good, Matthew Allen (15) 55:, $31: 1st Shocking 56:: 11.9L, 2-3 MORN 27Nov09 1500 CL2, Slow, M J Zahra (2) 59:, $15: 1st Flash'n Dough 55:: 12.4L, 1-34.63

STRUCKBYAIT

(1) 53

b or br g 5 Octagonal (NZ) - Starstruck Chris Symons RED, LIME CROSSED SASHES, WHITE SLEEVES, LIME CAP 10 Starts. 1-3-5 $31,665 Barry Barnes (Cranbourne) Dist 1-0:0:1 Wet 1-0:1:0

2-12 3-12 3-7 2-13 3-10

BRAT 7Oct09 1200 SHOW CL1, Slow, G Boss (11) 58, $8: 1st Miss Twoicee 54:: 0.1L, 1-12.12 SALE 25Oct09 1400 0 - 72, Good, Dale Smith (5) 56, $4F: 1st Testa Rocketa 58: 0.9L, 1-23.61 CRAN 8Nov09 1600 0 - 72, Good, Dale Smith (7) 56, $4.20: 1st Bronislava 56: 2.8L, 1-36.93 BRAT 18Nov09 1600 0 - 72, Good, K McEvoy (11) 56, $7: 1st The Red Emperor (NZ) 57: 0.5L, 1-39.37 KYNE 1Dec09 2000 0 - 72, Dead, D Yendall (5) 56:, $2.80F: 1st Pentire Point (NZ) 55:: 1.8L, 2-7.39

6

FLEMINGTON 4.10 ZOUKI HANDICAP – 1400 METRES

FLEMINGTON Comments RACE 6 (3) 557

ch g 6 Dr Fong (USA) - Bluedoree Mark Pegus GREEN, MAROON CELTIC CROSS AND SLEEVES, GREEN ARMBANDS (DT) 38 Starts. 6-7-8 $200,490 David Balfour (Morphettville) Dist 4-1:1:2 Wet 2-0:0:1 Trk 1-1:0:0 3-13

Michelle Payne

(7) 56

MORP 11Jul09 1600 HCP, Slow, D Tourneur (1) 57, $5: 1st Steel My Heart 55:: 6.0L, 1-41.32 MRPK 1Aug09 1550 HCP, Slow, A Patterson (3) 58, $4.40: 1st Imperium 51:: 4.1L, 1-37.86 MRPK 24Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, A Patterson (1) 55, $14: 1st Barwon Express 54: 2.8L, 1-23.21 MORP 7Nov09 1600 HCP, Good, A Patterson (7) 56:, $3.80: 1st Akatak 54:: 0.3L, 1-35.62 MORP 21Nov09 1800 HCP, Good, A Patterson (5) 56:, $4.40: 2nd Moggaden 54:: 0.5L, 1-50.39

RIGHT FONG (Blks)

(2) 53

b g 4 Pentire (GB) - Calm Conqueror (NZ) WHITE, RED STRIPES (D) 9 Starts. 2-1-1 $71,800 Dist 3-1:0:1 Wet 3-0:1:0

gr g 7 Gallo Di Ferro (USA) - Logic in Motion RED, BLACK CLUB, WHITE SLEEVES, RED AND WHITE QUARTERED CAP (WT) 51 Starts. 10-11-8 $364,490 Roslyn Day (Strathalbyn) Wet 7-1:0:1 Trk 2-1:0:1 6-9 4-5 3-9 2-7 1-8

COCHON D'OR (NZ) (Blks)

MORP 25Apr09 2500 0 - 91, Heavy, Ms A Herrmann (a) (11) 57:(cd 56), $3.80: 1st Papal Chime 53: 0.9L, 2-46.57 MRPK 26Sep09 1250 CG&E 0 - 86, Slow, D M Robinson (3) 58, $14: 1st Ronorik 54: 1.0L, 1-16.74 MORP 17Oct09 1600 0 - 86, Good, D M Robinson (8) 58, $5: 1st Kayeema Jay 50: 0.6L, 1-36.31 FLEM 3Nov09 1800 J WALKER-LR, Dead, M Pegus (8) 53(cd 53:), $14: 2nd La Rocket 55: 3.0L, 1-50.86 MORP 21Nov09 1800 HCP, Good, M Pegus (8) 58, $2.80F: 1st Road Worker 56:: 2.5L, 1-50.39

1 ITSAMONTY: Good last time and luckless previous start. Respect. 2 GROWL: Resuming. Former topliner in top camp and watch betting. 3 KERDEM: Resuming. Handy type but might need further than this.

6 DANZYLUM: back to best last start and can go on with it now.

5

CAUSEWAY QUEEN

(12) 547

6-13 13-14 13-16 15-16 5-10

6

CRAN 12Oct08 2025 CRAN CUP-LR, Good, B Shinn (12) 55:, $9: 1st Majestical (NZ) 55: 2.4L, 2-3.11 M V 25Oct08 2500 MV CUP-G2, Good, B Shinn (11) 52:, $17: 1st Gallopin (NZ) 56: 8.4L, 2-36.5 GEEL 21Oct09 1203 HCP, Good, N Hall (14) 57, $21: 1st Okay Oky 55: 5.3L, 1-10.28 SANH 14Nov09 1500 SUMMONED-LR, Good, M J Zahra (15) 56:, $26: 1st Dane Julia (SAF) 56:: 7.3L, 1-31.76 M V 28Nov09 1500 F&M-SWP, Dead, D Dunn (8) 56:, $14: 1st Swooper 56:: 4.9L, 1-31.66

GOOD RED

ch g 7 Kingston Rule (USA) - Croslee GREEN, PINK DIAMONDS, ARMBANDS AND CAP (DWT) 39 Starts. 6-6-7 $208,495 Dist 8-1:2:1 Wet 5-2:1:0 Trk 4-1:0:1 8-12 13-20 3-5 7-8 7-14

7

(5) 547 Jason Maskiell (a3) Luke Oliver (Caulfield)

(8) 547

ch h 5 Fantastic Light (USA) - Trick Taker (USA) Mark Zahra PURPLE, WHITE STARS, PURPLE AND WHITE STARS CAP (DW) 25 Starts. 4-1-1 $281,161 Michael Moroney (Flemington) Dist 4-2:0:0 Wet 4-1:0:0 Trk 4-0:0:1 7-13 12-16 10-15 12-14 14-16

8

GCST 2May09 1800 HOLLINDALE-G2, Good, B Shinn (8) 59, $21: 1st Fulmonti (NZ) 59: 5.0L, 1-48.17 FLEM 3Oct09 1410 SUPERSTABLE-LR, Good, B J Melham (11) 54:, $101: 1st Raheeb 56: 10.7L, 1-23.12 SEYM 18Oct09 1600 SEYM CUP-LR, Good, B J Melham (2) 55, $61: 1st Mandela (NZ) 59: 6.1L, 1-35.7 FLEM 3Nov09 1800 J WALKER-LR, Dead, B J Melham (1) 55:, $31: 1st Right Fong 53:: 12.4L, 1-50.86 SANH 21Nov09 1800 ECLIPSE-G3, Good, C D Symons (8) 53:, $61: 1st Bashful Girl 53: 7.8L, 1-49.83

DIAMONDSONDINSIDE

b g 7 Iglesia - Precious Pearl OLIVE, WHITE CIRCLE, HOOPED CAP (DW) 57 Starts. 10-4-6 $535,980 Dist 8-1:3:1 Wet 4-1:0:0 Trk 6-0:1:1 T/D 3-0:1:0

3-16 3-7 12-16 5-8 9-17

9

(10) 54 Glen Boss Luke Oliver (Caulfield)

FLEM 4Jul09 2500 HCP, Dead, B Rawiller (16) 58, $12: 1st Figure of Speech (NZ) 56:: 1.7L, 2-40.92 CRAN 11Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, G Boss (6) 57:, $21: 1st Nine Tales 55:: 1.4L, 1-24.83 SALE 25Oct09 1600 SALE CUP, Good, L Nolen (5) 54:, $13: 1st Offenders 53: 5.3L, 1-36.77 FLEM 7Nov09 2000 HCP, Good, G Boss (5) 54, $15: 1st Raffaello 58: 5.4L, 2-3.44 BRAT 18Nov09 2200 BRAT CUP-LR, Good, C Newitt (17) 53, $15: 1st Itstheone (NZ) 53: 5.8L, 2-14.46

LAST DROP (Blks)

(13) 54

ch g 5 Archway (IRE) - Hazard's Girl Brian Park PINK, TURQUOISE QUARTERS, CHECKED SLEEVES, CHECKED CAP (DW) 26 Starts. 5-2-4 $132,848 Terry & Karina O'Sullivan (Stawell) Dist 10-4:1:1 Wet 6-1:0:1 Trk 1-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0

5-8 2-8 5-14 1-10 1-14

10

MORP 11Jul09 2028 2MW-LY, Slow, Simon Price (8) 55:, $21: 1st Streetfighter 57: 6.9L, 2-13.3 MURT 3Oct09 1600 0 - 72, Good, Ms L Meech (3) 57, $5: 1st Lord Cam 53: 0.1L, 1-36.94 BDGO 28Oct09 1600 0 - 68, Good, Ms C Lindop (14) 59, $21: 1st King Kalakaua 58: 1.2L, 1-36.56 ARAT 8Nov09 2000 ARAT CUP, Good, Ms C Lindop (10) 54:, $4.80: 2nd Sylvan O'reilly (NZ) 55:: 0.2L, 2-1.04 M V 28Nov09 2040 0 - 89, Dead, D Nikolic (2) 56, $11: 2nd Testalux 54: 0.3L, 2-7.8

DE MARS

(9) 53

b g 5 Grass Wonder (USA) - Circles of Ice Billy Egan (a3) BLACK, WHITE STRIPES, COLLAR AND CUFFS, QUARTERED CAP (D) 29 Starts. 7-2-5 $124,780 Jim Lake (Gunbower) Dist 4-1:1:0 Wet 2-0:0:0 Trk 5-0:1:1

3-9 13-16 11-16 7-10 7-14

11

FLEM 27Jun09 1620 REGIONAL 0-95, Good, M Rodd (1) 57, $3.30: 1st Starkron 56:: 1.2L, 1-37.38 FLEM 4Jul09 1600 WINTER C'SHIP-LR, Dead, J G Fry (a) (6) 53, $26: 1st Gold Salute 56: 9.1L, 1-36.39 FLEM 3Nov09 1400 4&5Y 0 - 89, Good, J G Fry (a) (3) 59, $31: 1st Flying Tessie 53: 9.8L, 1-23.64 DON 15Nov09 1620 DON CUP, Dead, J G Fry (a) (8) 57:, $5: 1st Old Songs 53:: 5.9L, 1-38.77 M V 28Nov09 1500 0 - 89, Dead, J G Fry (a) (9) 57:(cd 54:), $41: 1st Its Prince 57:: 3.9L, 1-30.82

SIR SKALAHAD (Blks)

b g 6 Skalato - Romancing Moment RED AND WHITE STRIPES, STRIPED CAP (DT) 30 Starts. 5-3-1 $103,055 Dist 9-4:0:0 Wet 2-0:0:0 Trk 1-1:0:0 T/D 1-1:0:0

1-9 4-7 11-14 7-9 9-14

12

(6) 53 Nathan Rose (a3) Greg Eurell (Cranbourne)

FLEM 9May09 2000 HCP, Good, Dean Holland (a) (6) 53(cd 51:), $13: 2nd Diamondsondinside 56:: 1.0L, 2-5.54 CAUL 23May09 2000 HCP, Good, Dean Holland (a) (3) 54(cd 52:), $11: 1st Driffield Gold 56:: 1.3L, 2-2.56 BDGO 28Oct09 1400 HCP, Good, Dean Holland (2) 54, $61: 1st El Mandon 56:: 6.4L, 1-22.8 GEEL 7Nov09 1525 BALLAN CUP, Good, M Flaherty (3) 57, $9: 1st Orchestra Stalls 53:: 3.3L, 1-29.97 M V 28Nov09 2040 0 - 89, Dead, C D Symons (8) 58:, $26: 1st Last Drop 56: 4.9L, 2-7.8

BUFFETT (NZ) (Blks)

(4) 53

ch g 4 Danasinga - Flowers (NZ) Stephen Baster NAVY BLUE, NAVY BLUE AND WHITE CHECKED SLEEVES AND CAP 13 Starts. 1-2-2 $155,607 Danny O'Brien (Flemington) Dist 4-0:2:0 Wet 1-0:0:0 Trk 3-0:0:1

10-16 3-11 5-12 8-15 5-14

RAND 11Apr09 2400 AJC DERBY-G1, Dead, D Oliver (3) 56:, $14: 1st Roman Emperor (NZ) 56:: 4.7L, 2-31.09 FLEM 25Apr09 2800 VRC ST LEGER-LR, Good, Steven King (2) 55:, $3.60F: 1st Berlioz (NZ) 55:: 2.0L, 2-59.81 SEYM 18Oct09 1300 0 - 89, Good, D Nikolic (1) 58, $9: 1st Berringama 53: 5.0L, 1-16.25 FLEM 5Nov09 1800 4&5Y 0 - 89, Dead, D Nikolic (10) 56:, $9: 1st Tintern 55:: 7.7L, 1-49.32 M V 28Nov09 2040 0 - 89, Dead, N Hall (4) 55:, $6: 1st Last Drop 56: 2.8L, 2-7.8

The contents of this Racing Liftout have been carefully compiled by the Racing Services Bureau and Sports Truth, and are believed to be correct at the time of publication. The Racing Services Bureau, Sports Truth their Agents or servants will not hold themselves responsible for any errors or omissions. readers are urged to check TAB information with the official lists before placing their bets.

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2-14 3-11 1-7 6-12 2-10

FLEM 5Jul08 2500 HCP, Dead, V Duric (9) 54(cd 54:), $31: 1st Rumbird 56:: 0.2L, 2-41.85 FLEM 9Aug08 2520 HCP, Good, V Duric (7) 54(cd 54:), $8: 1st Glistening (GB) 54:: 1.4L, 2-39.85 M V 27Aug08 2500 HCP, Dead, V Duric (2) 55, $5.50: 2nd Midarri Dan 53: 2.3L, 2-38.91 FLEM 6Sep08 2000 HCP, Dead, P Mertens (7) 53, $21: 1st Light Vision (NZ) 56:: 3.6L, 2-3.66 MORN 27Sep08 2400 ANSETT, Good, V Duric (6) 53:(cd 54), $3F: 1st The Yartz (NZ) 54: 1.8L, 2-28.48

SACRED SURMARDI

10

11 SHEEDY: On pacer racing well and strong each way claims. 12 TANTAT SECRET: Fitter for first up run and look for improvement. 13 DANDY DOLLAR: Handy when on song. Not hopeless if found best. 14 IAMZEUS: Good resuming. Talented and looks very hard to beat.

7-12 4-11 12-12 9-9 10-13

HSHM 21Oct07 1800 HSHM CUP, Good, B Rawiller (9) 56:, $4.60F: 1st Bad Billy 57: 4.2L, 1-49.81R WNBL 13Jan08 1400 PREM 0 - 89, Good, B Rawiller (11) 59:, $12: 1st Fresh Breeze 57: 3.4L, 1-23.77 M VN 25Jan08 1600 0 - 89, Good, B Rawiller (7) 58, $14: 1st Causeway Queen 54: 14.1L, 1-36.52 BRAT 18Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, Ms C Bruce (4) 56:, $101: 1st True Tales 56: 13.6L, 1-11.17 M V 28Nov09 1200 HCP, Dead, N Wilson (4) 53:, $101: 1st Posadas 59:: 3.3L, 1-11.95

SHEEDY (Blks)

11 7-10 9-15 1-12 1-9 3-14

M VN 9Oct09 1000 0 - 82, Good, G Boss (8) 58, $3.30F: 1st Wild One 57: 3.8L, 57.77 SALE 25Oct09 1200 0 - 78, Good, L Nolen (6) 58:, $6.50: 1st Emjay Hussey 54: 7.7L, 1-8.45R CRAN 8Nov09 1300 0 - 78, Good, L Nolen (12) 57:, $9: 2nd Husson's Fortune 56: 1.3L, 1-16.75 SANH 21Nov09 1300 0 - 89, Good, L Nolen (2) 56:, $4: 2nd Iamzeus (NZ) 56: 0.4L, 1-16.66 CAUL 5Dec09 1400 HCP, Good, L Nolen (6) 55:, $4.60EF: 1st Danzylum 56: 0.4L, 1-22.67

TANTAT SECRET

1

ITSAMONTY

ch g 8 Kenny's Best Pal - Montenique PURPLE AND YELLOW DIAGONAL STRIPES, STRIPED CAP (DWT) 45 Starts. 8-10-7 $313,803 Dist 16-4:3:3 Wet 9-2:0:1 Trk 7-1:0:2 T/D 4-1:0:2 7-13 12-14 6-12 10-14 3-10

2

3

GROWL (NZ)

6-9 6-12 3-11

4

(15) 57 Brad Rawiller David Hayes (Flemington)

KERDEM (IRE)

(1) 57

DANDY DOLLAR

9-9 9-9 3-13 10-11 8-16

OKAY OKY

3-12 5-14 1-16 3-14 7-13

5

(14) 567

b g 7 Lacryma Cristi (IRE) - Cassazione ORANGE, BLACK HOOPS, STRIPED CAP (DWT) 32 Starts. 6-2-4 $763,300 Dist 13-4:2:0 Wet 6-3:1:0 Trk 6-1:0:0 T/D 2-0:0:0 7-10 4-11 17-17 9-10 9-14

6

(8) 567

7

8-10 2-9 12-16 4-9 4-12

CAUL 27Sep09 1000 HCP, Slow, G Boss (7) 53, $31: 1st Uncle Ivan 51: 4.4L, 58.05 M VN 9Oct09 1200 0 - 89, Good, J G Fry (a) (8) 57(cd 54), $7: 1st Cardinal Virtue 53:: 1.0L, 1-10.31 FLEM 3Nov09 1400 4&5Y 0 - 89, Good, M Pegus (5) 57, $26: 1st Flying Tessie 53: 9.9L, 1-23.64 BRAT 18Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, J G Fry (a) (6) 54, $7: 1st True Tales 56: 1.0L, 1-11.17 M VN 4Dec09 1200 0 - 82, Good, J G Fry (a) (2) 59(cd 56), $11: 1st Cavalaire Bay 55:: 1.4L, 1-10.95

16

ANAVALANCHE

3-10 1-10 1-10 16-17

17

(11) 53 Robert Smerdon (Caulfield)

M VN 27Dec08 1600 0 - 82, Good, G Boss (6) 54, $8: 1st Its Prince 53: 2.5L, 1-36.24 SANH 14Jan09 1800 0 - 82, Good, G Boss (10) 54, $4F: 2nd Arazamataz 56: 0.2L, 1-50.64 M VN 23Jan09 2040 0 - 82, Good, G Boss (1) 55:, $3.80: 2nd Tinamou 54:: 0.2L, 2-8.5 HOB 9Feb09 2200 HOBART CUP-G3, Good, G Boss (13) 53(cd 53:), $14.80: 1st Gotta Keep Cool 53:: 13.2L, 2-15.66 M V 28Nov09 1200 HCP, Dead, M Pumpa (9) 53, $41: 1st Posadas 59:: 4.5L, 1-11.95

BERRINGAMA 1EM

b g 4 Tobougg (IRE) - Ubanzee BLACK, PINK DIAGONAL STRIPES AND CAP 13 Starts. 2-4-2 $79,203 Wet 2-0:1:0 Trk 2-0:0:0

9-10 5-9 1-12 4-13 2-10

(7) 53 Glen Boss Brian Cox (Wodonga)

FLEM 16May09 1600 3Y HCP, Good, D Dunn (2) 53:, $6: 1st Shocking 54: 6.7L, 1-37.34 GEEL 25Sep09 1303 0 - 72, Heavy, J G Fry (a) (6) 56, $4.60: 1st Octavanus 57: 3.5L, 1-19.78 SEYM 18Oct09 1300 0 - 89, Good, C Newitt (11) 53, $5.50: 2nd Blackhall (NZ) 56:: 2.8L, 1-16.25 FLEM 5Nov09 1600 LA VIE EN ROSE, Good, C Newitt (4) 53, $4.60F: 1st Sadalbari 54: 2.1L, 1-36.25 WOD 29Nov09 1590 WDGA CUP, Slow, C Newitt (5) 53, $4.40: 1st Syndrome (NZ) 53:: 1.0L, 1-36.7

NO JURISDICTION 2EM

(13) 53 (Blks) gr g 4 Secret Savings (USA) - Exotica (USA) YELLOW, ROYAL BLUE AND RED DIAMONDS BAND AND ARMBANDS, YELLOW AND RED STRIPES CAP (D) 19 Starts. 4-3-2 $70,668 Danny O'Brien (Flemington) Dist 8-3:2:0 Wet 1-0:0:0 Trk 3-0:1:0 T/D 2-0:1:0

18 2-12 10-11 3-15 9-12

FLEM 27Jun09 1410 3Y HCP, Good, M Rodd (6) 56, $9.50: 1st Swift Bay (NZ) 56:: 0.5L, 1-24.05 FLEM 4Jul09 1600 3Y HCP, Dead, M Rodd (7) 56:, $3.80F: 1st Leica Larrikin 53: 8.4L, 1-37.66 SALE 25Oct09 1200 0 - 78, Good, Ms Michelle Payne (9) 55, $12: 1st Emjay Hussey 54: 3.8L, 1-8.45R FLEM 5Nov09 1400 GREYS 0 - 89, Good, Ms Michelle Payne (6) 53, $6.50: 1st Outlandish Lad 54: 6.4L, 1-22.85 SANL 25Nov09 1400 0 - 78, Good, D Nikolic (11) 55, $7: 2nd Lord Pyrus (NZ) 56: 0.5L, 1-23.85

7

FLEMINGTON 34.50 HIGHPOINT HANDICAP – 1200 METRES

FLEMINGTON Comments RACE 7 1 MIND YOUR HEAD: Resuming. Good at best but lost way of late. 2 LET LOUSHE: Chased home good horse. Strong each way hope. 3 HOTEL CASINO: In top Sydney stable. Solid strike rate and respect. 4 JUGGLE THE BOOKS: Last two good enough to say will run well. 5 NOT A COPY: In good form and one of the many chances.

(3) 56

ch g 8 Grand Lodge (USA) - Admit Anywhere Logan McGill LIGHT BLUE, BLACK STAR, BLACK ARMBANDS, LIGHT BLUE AND BLACK QUARTERED CAP (DT) 37 Starts. 6-4-5 $332,825 Keith Horobin (Mornington) Dist 8-1:0:1 Wet 1-0:0:0 Trk 10-2:0:0 T/D 4-1:0:0

17-18 11-15 14-14 6-12 9-10

(10) 53

ch g 5 No Excuse Needed (GB) - Ballymoon (NZ) Matt Pumpa BLACK, SILVER MALTESE CROSS, BLACK CAP, WHITE POM POM 27 Starts. 6-7-1 $103,822 Daryl Archard (Echuca) Dist 3-0:1:0 Wet 4-0:1:0 Trk 1-0:0:0 T/D 1-0:0:0

(5) 56

E FM 4Jul09 1200 ASCOT HCP-LR, Dead, D Craven (12) 53, $21: 1st Battlefield 53: 4.0L, 1-11.15 TWBC 11Jul09 1300 WEETWOOD-LR, Good, D Craven (1) 53, $16: 1st Voice Commander 55: 9.0L, 1-17.95R FLEM 3Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, P Mertens (14) 53, $26: 1st Ahdashim (NZ) 53:: 7.0L, 1-10.66 SANH 21Nov09 1300 0 - 89, Good, Matthew Allen (6) 58:, $17: 1st Sheedy 56:: 1.8L, 1-16.66 CAUL 5Dec09 1400 HCP, Good, Matthew Allen (13) 56, $12: 2nd Dane Keeper (NZ) 56: 0.1L, 1-22.67

MOLOTOV

PRODUCED (NZ)

15

1-15

b or br g 6 Danzero - Political Asylum Peter Mertens PINK, NAVY DIAGONAL STRIPES, WHITE SLEEVES AND CAP, PINK POM POM (DT) 44 Starts. 9-7-6 $285,733 Robbie Griffiths (Cranbourne) Dist 16-4:4:3 Wet 1-0:0:0 Trk 5-1:0:0 T/D 2-1:0:0

8-14 13-14 10-15 4-9 1-14

Danny O'Brien (Flemington)

David Bourke (Geelong)

M V 12Sep09 1600 FEEHAN-G2, Good, D Gauci (1) 59, $61: 1st Whobegotyou 58:: 8.3L, 1-37.39 M VN 25Sep09 1600 4UP HCP, Slow, D Oliver (2) 59, $9: 1st Excelltastic 55:: 6.3L, 1-38.79 CAUL 10Oct09 1600 TOORAK HCP-G1, Good, Ms C Puls (3) 52, $101: 1st Allez Wonder 52: 5.4L, 1-35.09 SANH 14Nov09 1500 SAND STKS-G3, Good, D Oliver (2) 56:, $21: 1st Nine Tales 53:: 5.5L, 1-30.6 CAUL 5Dec09 1400 HCP, Good, N Rose (a) (12) 59(cd 56), $41: 1st Danzylum 56: 3.9L, 1-22.67

DANZYLUM (Blks)

(9) 53 Stephen Baster

CAUL 21Feb09 1400 AUTUMN STKS-G2, Good, C Brown (3) 55, $12: 1st Fravashi 57:: 9.4L, 1-22.83 FLEM 14Mar09 1400 3Y HCP, Dead, D Oliver (8) 54, $3.60F: 2nd Royal Striker (NZ) 53: 1.8L, 1-24.71 FLEM 18Apr09 1400 3Y HCP, Good, M Flaherty (4) 57, $3.70F: 1st Offenders 54:: 3.9L, 1-23.16 CAUL 2May09 1600 3Y HCP, Good, M Flaherty (12) 56, $8.50: 1st Awimoweh (NZ) 51:: 7.7L, 1-38 SANH 21Nov09 1300 0 - 89, Good, D Nikolic (4) 56, $3.80F: 1st Sheedy 56:: 0.4L, 1-16.66

12-13

FLEM 18Apr09 1400 HCP, Good, Dale Smith (7) 54:, $9: 1st Cocinero 56: 4.6L, 1-22.5 FLEM 9May09 1620 HCP, Good, Dale Smith (1) 54:, $8.50: 1st Speed Gifted (GB) 53: 8.3L, 1-38.33 GEEL 21Oct09 1203 HCP, Good, C D Symons (4) 55, $19: 2nd Ortayga 53: 0.8L, 1-10.28 FLEM 7Nov09 1400 4UP HCP, Good, C D Symons (3) 56, $12: 1st Sound Journey 57: 0.4L, 1-22.18 M V 28Nov09 1200 HCP, Dead, C D Symons (5) 55:, $6.50: 1st Posadas 59:: 1.1L, 1-11.95

TEARS I CRY

11-12 1-11 5-11 11-12 2-9

Rick Hore-Lacy (Caulfield)

IAMZEUS (NZ)

b g 4 O'Reilly (NZ) - Adonia (NZ) ROYAL BLUE, WHITE SOLID CROSS AND ARMBANDS (DT) 8 Starts. 2-2-1 $81,067 Dist 4-1:1:0 Trk 3-1:1:0 T/D 3-1:1:0

Patrick Payne (Rockbank)

ch g 6 Happy Giggle - Gold Alydar Chris Symons ORANGE, WHITE STRIPE, BLACK SLEEVES, ORANGE CUFFS (DT) 38 Starts. 5-5-7 $372,778 Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra (Flemington) Dist 23-4:3:6 Wet 4-0:0:1 Trk 12-1:1:4 T/D 10-1:1:4

(6) 53 Craig Newitt

FLEM 2Feb08 1400 CS HAYES-G3, Good, C D Symons (1) 56:, $21: 1st Playwright (NZ) 54: 8.2L, 1-23.66 M V 16Feb08 1200 MCKENZIE-LR, Good, M J Zahra (3) 57, $41: 1st Light Fantastic 55:: 10.7L, 1-9.85 FLEM 5Jul08 1200 3Y HCP, Dead, N Ryan (11) 58, $21: 1st Princess Gisella 53: 2.0L, 1-9.84 CAUL 19Jul08 1400 3Y HCP, Dead, N Ryan (9) 57, $10: 1st Princess Gisella 55:: 7.1L, 1-27.78 CAUL 5Dec09 1100 HCP, Good, P Mertens (15) 53, $51: 1st Johnny Fiasco 53: 2.3L, 1-2.83

Michelle Payne

M VN 27Feb09 2500 HCP, Good, Ms Michelle Payne (12) 55, $13: 1st Renewable (NZ) 56: 3.6L, 2-38.6 MORP 9Mar09 3200 SKYCITY ADL CUP-G2, Good, Ms Michelle Payne (12) 53:, $15: 1st Zavite (NZ) 57:: 2.5L, 3-22.71 FLEM 6Jun09 2000 HCP, Good, F Alesci (8) 56:, $31: 1st Bangerang Quikpic 51: 7.8L, 2-3.63 SCST 27Jun09 2400 CDRA CUP-LR, Heavy, M J Cahill (6) 55:, $13: 1st Reggie (NZ) 57: 17.0L, 2-48 E FM 4Jul09 3200 QUEENS CUP, Dead, M J Cahill (4) 58, $6.50: 1st Cape Breton (NZ) 54: 3.3L, 3-27.74

Doug Harrison (Cranbourne)

(Blks) gr g 5 Dash for Cash - Leccino ORANGE, BROWN DIAMONDS (DT) 11 Starts. 2-1-1 $109,970 Dist 4-1:0:0 Trk 4-1:0:1 T/D 2-1:0:0

b or br g 5 Perugino (USA) - Affluent (IRE) RED, GOLD HARLEQUIN YOKE AND CAP (T) 16 Starts. 4-0-3 $152,848 Dist 2-0:0:1 Wet 2-0:0:0 Trk 2-1:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:1

FLEM 31Jan09 1600 HCP, Good, C Williams (2) 55:, $31: 1st Ab Almalik (NZ) 53: 0.5L, 1-37.03 M V 14Feb09 2040 HCP, Good, C Williams (4) 55:, $4.60: 1st Centurytwentyone 54: 1.6L, 2-6.83 CAUL 21Feb09 1800 ST GEORGE-G2, Good, C Williams (3) 59, $20: 1st Theseo 59: 6.5L, 1-47.83 FLEM 14Mar09 2500 HIGGINS, Dead, C Williams (9) 55, $3.60: 1st Renewable (NZ) 57: 4.7L, 2-39.75 OAKB 11Apr09 2900 RC2 HDLE, Dead, C Maund (1) 67:, $1.75F: 1st July 67:: 0.0L, 3-17.77

b g 7 Rainbow Quest (USA) - Kermiyana (IRE) CERISE, BLACK STRIPED SLEEVES AND CAP (W) 27 Starts. 6-2-3 $277,329 Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 8-3:0:1 Trk 1-0:0:0 5-12 2-20

Dean Lawson (Flemington)

CAUL 19Sep09 1200 H/STUART-LR, Dead, Dean Holland (10) 55:, $51: 1st Rightfully Yours 55: 2.3L, 1-11.4 BLLA 4Oct09 1206 HCP, Dead, Dean Holland (14) 59, $16: 1st Royal Ida 58: 5.5L, 1-10.51 CAUL 17Oct09 1400 MOONGA STKS-G3, Dead, Dean Holland (7) 55, $61: 1st McClintock 56:: 5.2L, 1-22.78 FLEM 7Nov09 1400 4UP HCP, Good, N Rawiller (9) 58, $31: 1st Sound Journey 57: 4.0L, 1-22.18 SANH 14Nov09 1500 SAND STKS-G3, Good, D Nikolic (8) 57, $14: 1st Nine Tales 53:: 0.9L, 1-30.6

b g 7 Montjeu (IRE) - The Lions Roar (NZ) MAROON AND RED HOOPS, STRIPED CAP (DT) 28 Starts. 6-2-5 $491,522 (Jumps 1 St. 0-0-0) Dist 5-2:0:0 Trk 5-1:2:1 T/D 1-0:0:0 2-8 3-7 5-9 3-10 LR-14

(17) 587 Jason Maskiell (a3)

(18) 537 Wayne Davis

ECHA 8Mar09 1400 ECHA CUP, Dead, M Pumpa (4) 56, $13: 2nd Toydarriate 53: 0.3L, 1-25.06 FLEM 16May09 1200 STRAIGHT SIX-LR, Good, W Davis (7) 53, $71: 1st Midnight Mustang 53: 7.5L, 1-10.58 CRAN 31May09 1500 WINTCHP HT2, Dead, D Brereton (2) 56:, $8.50: 1st Davcon 55:: 14.9L, 1-31.66 SEYM 18Jun09 1400 WINTCHP HT4, Dead, M Pumpa (9) 55:, $31: 1st Monsieur Feraud 54:: 12.1L, 1-24.2 M V 28Nov09 1200 HCP, Dead, W Davis (10) 53, $31: 1st Posadas 59:: 2.5L, 1-11.95

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18e NO JURISDICTION: Honest performer. Definite each way claims.

(12) 537

ch h 4 Exceed And Excel - Viase de Fleurs (USA) Jason Benbow RED, BLACK DIAMOND, BLACK AND WHITE STRIPED SLEEVES, WHITE CAP (DW) 13 Starts. 6-0-4 $168,418 Peter G Moody (Caulfield) Dist 4-1:0:3 Wet 4-3:0:1 Trk 1-0:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:1

15 PRODUCED: Very pacy and honest but last bit big concern. 16 ANAVALANCHE: Best form over longer and later on.

(4) 547

ch g 7 Ashkalani (IRE) - Courtly Qualms Neville Wilson TEAL, BLACK DIAMONDS BAND AND DIAMONDS SLEEVES, DIAMOND CAP (W) 23 Starts. 7-3-1 $92,950 Daryl Cannon (Colac) Dist 1-0:0:0 Wet 5-3:0:1

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10 SACRED SURMARDI: Can’t consider on last two efforts.

17e BERRINGAMA: Beaten by smart one last start. Genuine claims.

M VN 27Feb09 2500 HCP, Good, N Hall (a) (10) 55, $17: 1st Renewable (NZ) 56: 5.4L, 2-38.6 MORP 9Mar09 3200 SKYCITY ADL CUP-G2, Good, N Hall (a) (14) 53:, $14: 1st Zavite (NZ) 57:: 12.9L, 3-22.71 ECHA 3Nov09 1600 HCP, Dead, S Murphy (3) 59:, $4: 1st General Mackjosh 53:: 6.3L, 1-38.23 DUNK 14Nov09 1800 DUNK CUP, Good, B Cross (8) 59:, $4.20: 1st Hurricane Charley 54: 5.4L, 1-51.35 M V 28Nov09 2040 0 - 89, Dead, B Rawiller (10) 59, $61: 1st Last Drop 56: 4.0L, 2-7.8

MISSION CRITICAL (Blks)

9 NOBLE SAMURAI: Drawn to get good run and in the mix.

(2) 547

b g 8 Yamanin Vital (NZ) - Darnoble (NZ) Brent Stanley MAROON, WHITE SPOT AND SEAMS, MAROON AND WHITE STAR CAP 37 Starts. 6-4-3 $135,038 Leon Corstens (Kilmore) Dist 4-0:0:0 Wet 1-0:0:0 Trk 3-0:1:1

1-12 10-15 8-8 12-12 9-13

8 KEEPTHEDREAMALIVE: First up and could be competitive fresh.

Earle Fischer (Stony Creek)

NOBLE SAMURAI (NZ) (Blks)

9

ch g 8 Secret Savings (USA) - My Juliet BLUE, GOLD SPOTS, RED CAP (DWT) 52 Starts. 8-7-5 $370,440 Dist 13-3:3:0 Wet 12-3:3:1 Trk 5-1:1:0 T/D 3-1:1:0

5 TEARS I CRY: In woeful form. Prefer others.

Luke Currie

MORP 9Mar09 2005 CENTAUREA-LR, Good, J Maund (7) 55, $7: 1st Miss Maren (NZ) 55: 2.5L, 2-3.58 MORP 28Mar09 2500 QLTY, Good, C Lever (4) 55:, $2.20F: 1st Brad Star 58: 0.3L, 2-38.55 OAKB 13Apr09 2150 ONKA CUP, Dead, J Maund (2) 58, $3.30F: 2nd Tradesman's Choice 55: 0.3L, 2-19.65 FLEM 25Apr09 2600 4UP HCP, Good, J Maund (1) 55:, $7.50: 1st Brad Star 58: 1.7L, 2-46.96 FLEM 9May09 2800 HCP, Good, M Pegus (11) 56, $7: 1st Ladies in Luck (NZ) 54: 6.7L, 3-2.24

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4 OKAY OKY: Been solid this time in and genuine each way claims.

7 MOLOTO: Resuming. Looks to have work cut out. b or br m 5 Giant's Causeway (USA) - Soul Singer RED, BLACK DIAMOND, BLACK AND WHITE STRIPED SLEEVES, WHITE CAP (W) 20 Starts. 8-0-1 $310,230 Tony Vasil (Caulfield) Dist 2-0:0:0 Wet 3-1:0:0

4-9 2-11 1-10 5-14 7-14

(16) 547

CAUL 11Oct08 1600 TOORAK HCP-G1, Dead, G Boss (1) 53:, $31: 1st Alamosa (NZ) 55:: 7.0L, 1-36.95 SALE 26Oct08 1600 SALE CUP, Dead, M J Zahra (11) 56, $18: 1st Electromotive 53: 9.6L, 1-35.43 CAUL 28Mar09 1400 ANNIV VASE-LR, Dead, P Mertens (11) 53:, $18: 1st Skiddaw Peak 54:: 12.1L, 1-23.99 FLEM 18Apr09 1400 HCP, Good, W J Egan (a) (8) 55:(cd 52:), $19: 1st Cocinero 56: 5.2L, 1-22.5 FLEM 16May09 1800 HCP, Good, B Avdulla (a) (6) 57(cd 55), $14: 1st Driffield Gold 55:: 12.9L, 1-50.28

6 BOWHUNTER: Fitter for first up run and can be competitive. 7 DAY OUT: This tougher but has been competitive in this grade. 8 KUDETA: Good strike rate and in the mix in even race. 9 BELTROIS: Likes this trip and genuine chance on minimum. 10 MINNESOTA SHARK: Gradually getting fitter and can surprise. 11 BRAMBLE BLITZ: Prefer in something easier.

RACING TRUTH, DECEMBER 10-16, 2009 –

11


Racing Truth form guide for FLEMINGTON

1

MIND YOUR HEAD

b g 7 Mujahid (USA) - Nefertari (NZ) ROYAL BLUE, ORANGE SLEEVES AND CAP (DW) 29 Starts. 8-2-2 $342,995 Dist 12-2:0:1 Wet 2-1:0:1 Trk 2-0:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:1 1-4 4-7 7-7 8-8 9-9

2

John Ledger (Wangaratta)

CAUL 10Jan09 1100 RUBITON-G3, Good, M Pegus (2) 58:, $4: 2nd Lucky Secret 58:: 0.5L, 1-3.44 M VN 23Jan09 1200 CARLYON-G2, Good, M Pegus (5) 58:, $6.50: 1st Lucky Secret 58:: 2.5L, 1-11.22 M V 14Feb09 1200 AUST STKS-G1, Good, M Pegus (1) 58:, $31: 1st Apache Cat 58:: 15.2L, 1-9.64 CAUL 18Jul09 1100 J MONASH-LR, Dead, M Pegus (3) 58:, $11: 1st I Am Invincible 58:: 11.3L, 1-5.97 CAUL 1Aug09 1200 BLETCHINGLY-G3, Dead, L Nolen (2) 58:, $26: 1st Let Go Thommo 58:: 14.4L, 1-11.57

LET LOUSHE (NZ)

b or br g 6 Black Minnaloushe (USA) - Pavan (NZ) RED, PURPLE SASH, WHITE SLEEVES, PURPLE CAP (D) 25 Starts. 7-4-2 $205,165 Dist 14-6:1:2 Trk 4-0:2:0 T/D 3-0:1:0 8-14 10-10 10-14 4-10 2-13

(5) 59 Mark Pegus

(1) 567 Dwayne Dunn Lee Freedman (Mornington)

CAUL 6Dec08 1100 HCP, Good, D Dunn (13) 56, $6F: 1st Happy Glen 53: 2.8L, 1-3.27 CAUL 28Mar09 1000 HCP, Dead, G Boss (10) 55, $3.20F: 1st I Am Invincible 53: 9.7L, 57.01 FLEM 25Apr09 1200 HCP, Good, D Dunn (4) 54:, $12: 1st Imashadow 53: 2.4L, 1-9.64 FLEM 30May09 1200 HCP, Good, D Dunn (8) 54, $17: 1st Gran Sasso 55: 4.8L, 1-8.73 FLEM 5Nov09 1100 GRAZIA STYLE-LR, Good, D Nikolic (3) 53, $21: 1st Burdekin Blues 57: 1.8L, 1-4.07

10

MINNESOTA SHARK

(8) 53

b or br h 4 Lonhro - Ponton Flyer WHITE, ROYAL BLUE STARS, PINK SLEEVES AND CAP (DW) 14 Starts. 1-1-1 $150,850 Dist 6-1:0:0 Wet 1-1:0:0 Trk 4-0:1:0 T/D 1-0:0:0

9-9 8-10 12-16 8-15 8-13

Tom Hughes (Flemington)

M V 25Oct08 2040 AAMI VASE-G2, Good, B Shinn (9) 55:, $51: 1st Whobegotyou 55:: 19.8L, 2-5.31 CAUL 11Apr09 1200 3Y HCP, Dead, N Ryan (7) 57, $26: 1st First Command 56:: 6.5L, 1-10.25 GEEL 21Oct09 1203 HCP, Good, Steven King (1) 53(cd 53:), $14: 1st Okay Oky 55: 4.3L, 1-10.28 FLEM 3Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, Steven King (4) 53, $51: 1st Ahdashim (NZ) 53:: 3.5L, 1-10.66 M V 28Nov09 1200 HCP, Dead, Steven King (7) 53, $9: 1st Posadas 59:: 2.1L, 1-11.95

BRAMBLE BLITZ

(3) 53 (Blks) br g 6 Catbird - Arietta Dean Yendall WHITE AND ROYAL BLUE CHEVRONS, ROYAL BLUE CAP (D) 20 Starts. 5-1-5 $83,258 Anthony Bolden (Cranbourne) Dist 15-3:0:5 Wet 1-0:0:1 Trk 3-0:1:1 T/D 1-0:0:1

11 3-8 12-12 3-16 10-13 5-13

5

5-9 2-4 1-13 6-11 1-11

6

3

b g 6 Magic Albert - Tycoon Scene (IRE) BLACK, YELLOW STRIPED SLEEVES, QUARTERED CAP (DW) 30 Starts. 6-2-8 $261,475 Dist 16-4:1:2 Wet 7-2:0:1 9-10 4-14 5-9 3-10 5-10

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8 FLEMINGTON 5.30 WESTERN HEALTH FOUNDATION PLATE

Grahame Begg (Randwick)

RHIL 2May09 1400 HCP, Dead, J Quinnell (a) (8) 54:(cd 52:), $12: 1st Kiloton 54: 7.6L, 1-23.28 RAND 26Sep09 1200 0 - 91, Good, J Adams (a) (6) 59:(cd 56:), $8: 1st Ego's Dare 56:: 2.8L, 1-10.25 RAND 17Oct09 1200 BM85, Good, K Nestor (a) (3) 60(cd 57), $8.50: 1st Lucky Leak 53: 3.1L, 1-8.91 HAWK 5Nov09 1300 YALUMBA-LR, Good, T Angland (7) 53, $21: 1st Beaded 53: 1.4L, 1-15.54 KENS 28Nov09 1150 HCP, Good, B Avdulla (a) (4) 53:(cd 51:), $7: 1st Wasted Emotions 56: 2.8L, 1-5.76

JUGGLE THE BOOKS

b g 8 Jugah (USA) - Suliere LIME, PINK DIAMOND, DIAMONDS SLEEVES AND CAP (DWT) 41 Starts. 8-5-6 $306,740 Dist 23-3:3:4 Wet 6-1:0:1 Trk 8-1:1:0 T/D 5-1:1:0 15-15 4-6 10-16 9-15 3-9

(9) 557 Craig Newitt

(7) 55 Jason Maskiell (a3) Jarrod McLean (Warrnambool)

WNBL 6May09 1200 WANGOOM, Slow, M Pegus (6) 55, $11: 1st Arch Symbol 53: 11.6L, 1-11.22 MILD 23May09 1200 HCP, Good, J D Hill (a) (6) 59:(cd 57:), $2.60EF: 1st Bombay Express 53: 1.6L, 1-11.23 GEEL 21Oct09 1203 HCP, Good, M Pegus (15) 55:, $26: 1st Okay Oky 55: 4.1L, 1-10.28 FLEM 3Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, M Pegus (11) 53:, $26: 1st Ahdashim (NZ) 53:: 5.5L, 1-10.66 BRAT 18Nov09 1200 HCP, Good, M Pegus (8) 56:, $17: 1st True Tales 56: 0.2L, 1-11.17

1600 METRES

FLEMINGTON Comments RACE 8 1 CABAZON: Good record this trip and ready to show something. 2 FIRE VAIN: Placed at odds last start but that best recommendation. 3 BE MINE: Poor last start but might do better with firmer footing. 4 BLUE COLLAR JILL: Struggling of late but no world beaters here. 5 BANRI MAEVE: Bolted in last start and each way claims. 6 SHYLOCK’S DAUGHTER: Former Kiwi and last start good. Include.

NOT A COPY (Blks)

(4) 55

7 VITEX: No luck at Caulfield. Chance in very even affair.

gr g 7 Genuine (JPN) - Manilla Mistress NAVY BLUE, NAVY BLUE AND WHITE CHECKS QUARTERS, ARMBANDS AND CAP (D) 36 Starts. 6-11-6 $201,390 Nikki Burke (Cranbourne) Dist 18-3:8:2 Wet 1-0:1:0 Trk 4-0:2:0 T/D 2-0:1:0

8 AIRWAYS: Has solid finish and look to come hard late.

5

7-16 2-12 5-12 5-9 2-13

6

SANL 13May09 1200 0 - 89, Dead, M Flaherty (14) 57:, $18: 1st Tictacs 55:: 2.4L, 1-10.99 SANL 27May09 1400 0 - 89, Dead, M Flaherty (3) 57, $9: 1st Mr Sargood 56: 0.5L, 1-25.23 FLEM 5Nov09 1400 GREYS 0 - 89, Good, C Williams (3) 59, $17: 1st Outlandish Lad 54: 5.2L, 1-22.85 SANH 21Nov09 1300 0 - 89, Good, B Rawiller (3) 58, $13: 1st Sheedy 56:: 1.9L, 1-16.66 M V 28Nov09 1200 HCP, Dead, D Dunn (13) 53, $12: 1st Posadas 59:: 0.2L, 1-11.95

BOWHUNTER (NZ) (Blks)

(6) 547

b g 8 Kashani (USA) - Cupid's Dart Chris Symons WHITE, ROYAL BLUE AND GOLD BAND, ROYAL BLUE SLEEVES AND CAP (DT) 54 Starts. 7-11-6 $352,095 Colin & Cindy Alderson (Cranbourne) Dist 25-6:6:1 Wet 7-0:2:0 Trk 16-1:2:2 T/D 7-1:2:0 6-15 7-10 14-14 13-13 8-12

7

FLEM 16May09 1200 STRAIGHT SIX-LR, Good, P Mertens (5) 53, $12: 1st Midnight Mustang 53: 4.8L, 1-10.58 FLEM 30May09 1200 HCP, Good, N Hall (a) (2) 55, $15: 1st Gran Sasso 55: 8.0L, 1-8.73 FLEM 6Jun09 1400 WINTCHP HT3, Good, Matthew Allen (9) 54:, $26: 1st Gold Salute 55: 5.2L, 1-24.16 SANH 13Jun09 1300 HCP, Heavy, D Yendall (8) 53:, $31: 1st Wealthy Lad 53:: 10.2L, 1-20.36 SANH 21Nov09 1000 HCP, Good, Ms C Lindop (4) 53, $16: 1st Custodian 53: 4.9L, 56.11

DAY OUT (Blks)

(10) 547

b g 7 Dangerous - Maggie's Day Darren Gauci WHITE, LIGHT BLUE AND ROYAL BLUE HOOPS, LIGHT BLUE AND WHITE STRIPED SLEEVES AND QUARTERED CAP (DW) 19 Starts. 7-3-3 $100,440 John Ledger (Wangaratta) Dist 8-4:0:2 Wet 8-2:3:1 1-11 8-12 4-16 7-8 2-8

8

ALB 26Mar09 1175 HCP, Good, M Pegus (2) 53, $2.80F: 2nd Donilly Lad 52: 2.0L, 1-9.13 M V 13Apr09 1200 4UP 0 - 89, Good, M Pegus (3) 57:, $18: 1st Zedi Knight 55: 3.8L, 1-10.74 WAGG 30Apr09 1200 TOWN PLATE, Good, M Pegus (3) 54, $7: 1st Wasted Emotions 60: 2.2L, 1-9.2 RAND 23May09 1400 4UP 2MW, Heavy, Ms K O'Hara (2) 57, $7: 1st Prince Braeman 53:: 11.3L, 1-25.57 WAGG 27Nov09 1000 HCP, Slow, M Pegus (2) 56, $1.80F: 1st Roly Dancer 53: 1.3L, 57.63

KUDETA

(2) 537

br g 5 Snowland - Cyanic Brent Stanley GREEN, BLUE DIAMOND, PINK AND BLUE DIAMONDS SLEEVES, PINK CAP (DW) 27 Starts. 8-3-3 $106,255 Heath Conners (Caulfield) Dist 8-2:2:1 Wet 10-6:2:1 Trk 1-0:0:0 1-11 1-9 1-11 13-16 6-15

9

SEYM 19Jul09 1600 SHOW 0 - 78, Slow, E Cassar (11) 56, $8: 2nd Thrillionaire 55: 0.1L, 1-39.77 CRAN 26Jul09 1500 SHOW 0 - 78, Slow, E Cassar (9) 57:, $3.30F: 2nd Oh So Rosy 53:: 1.5L, 1-34.46 SANH 12Aug09 1300 0 - 82, Heavy, E Cassar (11) 59, $6.50: 2nd Octavanus 53: 0.1L, 1-20.91 FLEM 5Sep09 1400 4UP HCP, Good, B J Melham (9) 53, $13: 1st Diamonds At Dusk 53:: 6.5L, 1-23.92 BDGO 13Sep09 1600 GOLDEN MILE, Good, E Cassar (7) 58, $15: 1st Testaguy 55: 4.2L, 1-35.08

BELTROIS

(11) 53

b g 4 Bel Esprit - Vaingt Trois Glen Boss BLUE, CARDINAL AND GOLD BANDS, GOLD SLEEVES, CARDINAL CAP, GOLD POM POM (DW) 9 Starts. 3-2-1 $135,585 Robbie Griffiths (Cranbourne) Dist 5-2:1:1 Wet 2-1:0:1 Trk 1-0:1:0

3-15 2-14 1-11 1-10 4-13

SANL 24Jun09 1200 3Y 0 - 72, Slow, M Rodd (14) 56:, $10: 1st Double Crossing 55: 0.4L, 1-13.42 FLEM 4Jul09 1100 3Y HCP, Dead, M Rodd (12) 55:, $8.50: 1st Bertonic 55: 0.1L, 1-5.22 SALE 15Jul09 1210 3Y 0 - 72, Slow, D Oliver (8) 57:, $3F: 2nd Kokoda Spirit 54:: 0.8L, 1-11.73 M V 25Jul09 1200 3Y HCP, Dead, D Oliver (6) 56, $4.40F: 2nd Sol Brillante 55: 0.4L, 1-12.8 M V 28Nov09 1200 HCP, Dead, G Boss (12) 53, $5: 1st Posadas 59:: 0.5L, 1-11.95

12 – RACING TRUTH, DECEMBER 10-16, 2009

11 HUSSYANNA: Around the mark and should be competitive.

13 LARISSAR: Still maiden. Prefer others.

CABAZON

(3) 59

b m 4 Redoute's Choice - Cambiata (FR) Jason Maskiell (a3) PURPLE, EMERALD GREEN SASH AND ARMBANDS, QUARTERED CAP (D) 12 Starts. 3-3-0 $111,000 Robert Smerdon (Caulfield) Dist 2-1:1:0 M VN 23Jan09 1600 3YF 0 - 72, Dead, P Hutchinson (2) 56:, $5: 1st Marchelle Belle 58: 2.3L, 1-39.33 HOB 9Feb09 2100 STRUTT STK-LR, Good, D Oliver (3) 55, $3.10F: 2nd Pink Siris 55: 1.3L, 2-11.92 LAUN 22Feb09 2100 TAS OAKS-LR, Good, D Oliver (6) 55, $3.40: 1st Marchelle Belle 55: 0.5L, 2-10.75 SANH 14Nov09 1300 0 - 95, Dead, P Hutchinson (2) 53, $20: 1st Greatwall of China 55:: 4.2L, 1-17.32 M V 28Nov09 1500 0 - 89, Dead, P Hutchinson (10) 54, $41: 1st Its Prince 57:: 6.3L, 1-30.82

FIRE VAIN (Blks)

b m 5 Tuscanos - High Price LIME, ROYAL BLUE CHECKS (W) 32 Starts. 8-4-6 $133,045 Wet 8-3:0:1

7-10 3-8 3-9 6-11 3-10

3

Adrian McGregor & Vicki Rhind (Spreyton)

LAUN 31May09 1200 HCP, Dead, C Spry (6) 55:, $9.70: 1st Wealthy Lad 58: 5.6L, 1-10.92 ALB 24Oct09 1175 BM70, Good, J Maconachie (a) (1) 61:(cd 59:), $10: 1st Riverina Lad 55: 2.6L, 1-9.24 ALB 5Nov09 1175 OPN HCP, Good, C Spry (6) 58, $10: 1st Happy Finish 56: 1.8L, 1-10.56 SANH 21Nov09 1300 F&M HCP, Good, J C Maskiell (a) (5) 53:(cd 52:), $15: 1st Roof Raiser 51:: 3.7L, 1-16.59 M V 28Nov09 1500 F&M-SWP, Dead, C Newitt (2) 55, $31: 1st Swooper 56:: 3.9L, 1-31.66

b or br m 5 Belong to Me (USA) - Bellataine (NZ) WHITE AND ROYAL BLUE HOOPS, ROYAL BLUE CAP 20 Starts. 5-2-3 $54,132 Wet 2-0:0:0 9-14 9-11 2-7 1-10 12-14

4

(7) 547 Mark Pegus Stephen Aldridge (Wodonga)

WANG 9Oct09 1300 0 - 72, Good, B Ward (10) 56, $4.40F: 1st Ship in the Night 58:: 3.5L, 1-16.85 BLLA 23Oct09 1415 0 - 72, Good, B Ward (11) 56, $8: 1st Mystical Grey 59: 6.0L, 1-24.99 WANG 3Nov09 1300 0 - 68, Dead, J Baldock (4) 58:, $2.50F: 1st Chief Rank 58:: 1.0L, 1-16.92 WANG 13Nov09 1400 0 - 72, Good, M Pegus (1) 55:, $2.90F: 2nd Mokobaesi Miss 54: 0.8L, 1-23.1 WOD 29Nov09 1400 0 - 72, Slow, M Pegus (10) 57, $7: 1st Hunka Reigns 53: 9.2L,

BLUE COLLAR JILL

b or br m 6 Perugino (USA) - Mellow Chateau LIME, RED SPOT AND SLEEVES, LIME AND RED SPOTS CAP 35 Starts. 5-4-5 $83,902 Dist 3-0:1:0 Wet 2-0:0:1 Trk 1-0:0:0 10-12 3-9 12-15 5-13 8-9

3-9 2-14 2-16 5-10 3-9

8

SHYLOCK'S DAUGHTER (NZ)

8-12 3-16 1-10 2-8 4-14

(8) 53 Dwayne Dunn Michael Moroney (Flemington)

ELLS 25Jan09 2100 SP COND HCP, Good, J L Waddell (a) () 56, T4-5: 1st Knightsbridge (NZ) 58: 0.2L, 2-11.74 ELLS 14Feb09 2100 RATING 70, Slow, J L Waddell (a) () 58, T1-1: 1st Late Addition (NZ) 57:: 1.0L, 2-15.93 ELLS 7Mar09 2100 RATING 70, Dead, O P Bosson () 58, T1-3: 1st Payback (NZ) 56:: 5.5L, 2-14.06 WNBL 5Nov09 1300 F&M 0 - 68, Good, J Mallyon (a) (11) 57(cd 54), $2.90F: 1st Lovely Rita (NZ) 59: 1.7L, 1-17.46 SANH 21Nov09 1600 F&M 0 - 82, Dead, D Dunn (7) 53, $6: 1st North East Smile 53: 0.3L, 1-36.7

VITEX

(5) 53 Stephen Baster Dale Sutton (Tylden)

MOE 15Jun09 1217 3YF 0 - 68, Heavy, S Baster (2) 56, $7.50: 1st Rose Syrah 56: 4.3L, 1-17.47 SANL 24Jun09 1400 3YF 0 - 72, Slow, S Baster (13) 56, $21: 1st Rose Syrah 57: 0.5L, 1-27.81 FLEM 4Jul09 1600 3YF HCP, Dead, C Williams (15) 54:, $14: 1st Rose Syrah 56:: 2.8L, 1-37.92 M VN 20Nov09 1200 MARES 0 - 78, Dead, C Williams (5) 54, $4.20F: 1st Piece of the Sky 54: 4.5L, 1-11.57 CAUL 5Dec09 1400 F&M 0 - 89, Good, S Baster (1) 53, $7: 1st Red Flair 56: 1.4L, 1-22.67

AIRWAYS

(4) 53

b m 4 General Nediym - These Days GOLD, GREEN STARS AND CAP 17 Starts. 2-4-2 $39,325 Dist 4-0:0:1 Wet 3-0:0:0 Trk 1-0:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:1

10

Dean Yendall David O'Prey (Wodonga)

BDGO 21Jun09 1600 3Y 0 - 72, Dead, B Ward (11) 53, $21: 1st Red Hustler 58: 4.4L, 1-37.93 FLEM 4Jul09 1600 3YF HCP, Dead, D Yendall (12) 53, $51: 1st Rose Syrah 56:: 3.2L, 1-37.92 BLLA 23Oct09 1215 CL1, Good, B Ward (5) 56, $2.50F: 2nd Alezzie 53:: 0.8L, 1-12.14 SEYM 11Nov09 1300 0 - 68, Good, D Nikolic (4) 56, $3.80EF: 1st Supreme de Lago 58:: 0.1L, 1-16.06 WOD 29Nov09 1400 0 - 72, Slow, B Ward (1) 54:, $4.40F: 1st Hunka Reigns 53: 3.3L,

BULLION MANSION (Blks)

(6) 53

(11) 547 Dean Holland Ken Keys (Cranbourne)

CRAN 11Oct09 1400 0 - 78, Dead, D Dunn (4) 55, $17: 1st Red Hustler 57:: 5.9L, 1-24.99 M VN 30Oct09 1514 F&M 0 - 82, Dead, Dean Holland (1) 55:, $12: 1st Zauberin 54: 5.8L, 1-31.61 FLEM 3Nov09 1700 MARES HCP, Dead, Dean Holland (4) 53:, $101: 1st Avienus 53:: 6.8L, 1-43.83 SANL 25Nov09 1400 MARES 0 - 78, Good, Dean Holland (9) 57:, $19: 1st Bullion Mansion 53: 2.7L, 1-24.02 CAUL 5Dec09 1400 F&M 0 - 89, Good, N Rose (a) (9) 53(cd 51:), $26: 1st Red Flair 56: 5.3L, 1-22.67

GAWL 12Nov08 1600 MDN-SW, Good, R Plumb (6) 53:, $3.80: 2nd Specialisor (NZ) 55: 2.3L, 1-35.9 M VN 5Dec08 2040 3Y 0 - 68, Good, G Boss (3) 54:, $3.50F: 1st Impersonator 55: 2.0L, 2-9.66 M VN 19Dec08 2040 3Y 0 - 72, Dead, G Boss (2) 55, $5.50: 1st Mount Everest 55: 3.5L, 2-9.71 MORP 3Nov09 1200 CL1, Good, R Plumb (14) 56:, $31: 1st Visual Impact 54: 1.9L, 1-9.69 SANL 25Nov09 1400 MARES 0 - 78, Good, G Boss (2) 53, $11: 2nd Rock Honey 53:: 0.4L, 1-24.02

CONSTANT

(9) 53

br m 4 Grandera (IRE) - Constance (IRE) Chris Symons LIGHT BLUE, YELLOW SQUARES, RED CAP (DW) 9 Starts. 2-0-1 $31,480 Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra (Flemington) Dist 3-1:0:1 Wet 1-1:0:0

10-11 6-11 1-9 3-11 6-11

(1) 59 Billy Egan (a3)

BE MINE (Blks)

BLLA 23Oct09 1415 0 - 62, Good, B Cross (6) 57, $6: 1st Dempsey 56:: 4.5L, 1-24.75 TRAR 31Oct09 1430 F&M 0 - 68, Good, Matthew Allen (2) 57, $6: 1st Show Stealer 59: 0.1L, 1-25.21 WANG 13Nov09 1300 F&M 0 - 62, Good, B Cross (8) 58:, $3.60F: 2nd La Famiglia Ruby 56:: 1.8L, 1-16.31 SANH 21Nov09 1600 F&M 0 - 82, Dead, D Nikolic (5) 53, $6.50: 1st North East Smile 53: 4.8L, 1-36.7 HTON 4Dec09 1600 0 - 68, Good, B Cross (7) 55:, $5: 2nd Streaming Jet 57: 2.8L, 1-37.22

b m 4 Exceed And Excel - Vita GOLD AND RED DIAGONAL STRIPES, GOLD CAP 7 Starts. 1-2-2 $39,790 Dist 1-0:1:0 Wet 2-0:1:1 Trk 1-0:1:0 T/D 1-0:1:0

1-10 4-6 4-8 4-14 1-13

12 EPIC JOURNEY: Okay after giving way long start. Not hopeless.

2

Luke Oliver (Caulfield)

b m 4 Encosta de Lago - La Volta Glen Boss YELLOW, RED SQUARE, LIME AND ORANGE HOOPED SLEEVES, YELLOW AND RED QUARTERED CAP (D) 7 Starts. 2-0-0 $26,313 David Hayes (Flemington) Dist 1-1:0:0

10 CONSTANT: Beaten in lesser field last time and more needed.

2-6 1-10 2-10 8-9 10-14

7

9

9 BULLION MANSION: Tough win and rates as genuine prospect.

1

Nathan Rose (a3)

ch m 5 Generous (IRE) - Solar Shower LIGHT BLUE, BLACK SLEEVES, RED CAP 13 Starts. 1-3-2 $25,927 Dist 4-0:2:1 Wet 3-0:1:0

2-11

HOTEL CASINO

(13) 53

b m 5 Magic Albert - Finance Review BLUE AND RED STRIPES, QUARTERED CAP (D) 31 Starts. 4-5-3 $51,200 Dist 5-1:1:1 Wet 4-0:0:1

3-13 4-13 8-15 4-11

M VN 3Apr09 1200 0 - 82, Slow, C A Robertson (4) 57, $26: 1st Zedi Knight 56: 1.4L, 1-13.9 M V 13Apr09 1200 4UP 0 - 89, Good, D Yendall (10) 54, $26: 1st Zedi Knight 55: 8.4L, 1-10.74 MORP 17Oct09 1200 CL3, Good, C A Robertson (10) 60:, $13: 1st Navmann 58: 1.5L, 1-9.42 KYNE 4Nov09 1200 0 - 78, Good, C A Robertson (2) 58, $9: 1st Going Spending 56:: 3.7L, 1-11.4 M V 28Nov09 1200 HCP, Dead, C A Robertson (2) 53, $61: 1st Posadas 59:: 0.7L, 1-11.95

BANRI MAEVE

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SANH 3Jun09 1800 3YF 0 - 72, Dead, D Gauci (8) 55:, $10: 1st Dance Partner 55:: 10.4L, 1-52.9 GEEL 21Oct09 1203 CL1, Dead, C D Symons (6) 55, $31: 1st Cold Steel Rein 56: 3.0L, 1-11.51 SEYM 29Oct09 1412 SHOW CL1, Good, A Mallyon (4) 55, $11: 2nd Narby Lad 56:: 0.1L, 1-24.96 SANH 21Nov09 1600 F&M 0 - 82, Dead, C D Symons (4) 53, $8.50: 1st North East Smile 53: 1.1L, 1-36.7 GEEL 3Dec09 1535 SHOW F&M 0 - 68, Good, C D Symons (1) 58:, $4.40: 1st Northern Light 57:: 4.4L, 1-32.43

HUSSYANNA

(12) 53

b m 4 Hussonet (USA) - Action Annie WHITE, WHITE AND BLUE STRIPED SLEEVES AND CAP (DW) 9 Starts. 2-0-2 $27,442 Dist 2-1:0:0 Wet 4-1:0:1

5-10 7-12 3-11 1-14 3-13

Jason Benbow Peter G Moody (Caulfield)

MORP 25Jul09 1200 3Y 1MW, Dead, Ms L Meech (1) 54, $4.40: 1st Mio Cavallo 54: 4.2L, 1-11.54 BRAT 13Aug09 1400 CL1, Heavy, J Benbow (11) 55, $3.10F: 1st Easton 57: 8.9L, 1-28.75 BDGO 29Aug09 1400 CL2, Heavy, J Benbow (7) 53, $7: 1st Enchanting Waters 52:: 1.7L, 1-27.93 BDGO 13Sep09 1600 SHOW F&M 0 - 68, Good, J Benbow (5) 55:, $10: 2nd Brand New Pair 58: 0.8L, 1-36.87 SANL 25Nov09 1400 MARES 0 - 78, Good, L Nolen (13) 54:, $6.50: 1st Bullion Mansion 53: 1.2L, 1-24.02

EPIC JOURNEY

(10) 53 (Blks) b m 4 Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Kiwi Rose (NZ) Brent Stanley WHITE, RED EPAULETTES, ROYAL BLUE AND RED SPOTS SLEEVES 11 Starts. 1-1-3 $31,780 Leon Corstens (Kyneton) Dist 1-0:0:1 Wet 2-0:0:1 Trk 2-0:0:1 T/D 1-0:0:1

12 10-14 3-12 6-12 13-15 2-12

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MORP 2May09 1800 AURARIA-G3, Slow, C Williams (12) 53, $5: 1st Princess Pulse (NZ) 53: 11.3L, 1-51.8 BRAT 7Oct09 1200 SHOW CL1, Slow, D Oliver (8) 56:, $5.50: 1st Miss Twoicee 54:: 2.1L, 1-12.12 GEEL 21Oct09 1403 0 - 68, Dead, D Oliver (12) 55:, $7: 1st The Comedian 54:: 6.5L, 1-22.7 FLEM 3Nov09 1700 MARES HCP, Dead, C Munce (3) 53:, $10: 1st Avienus 53:: 8.1L, 1-43.83 BRAT 18Nov09 1400 F&M 0 - 68, Good, B Stanley (6) 57, $4.60F: 1st Intelligentsia 58: 2.0L, 1-24.58

LARISSAR

(2) 53

ch m 4 Street Cry (IRE) - Svetlana Michelle Payne WHITE, RED YOKE, BLACK DIAMONDS BAND, ARMBANDS AND CAP 9 Starts. 0-0-1 $5,075 Nigel Blackiston (Flemington) Trk 1-0:0:0 4-9 4-11 4-8 4-9 9-13

ECHA 8Mar09 1200 3Y MDN-SW, Dead, Dean Holland (a) (9) 55, $7: 1st Lagomar (NZ) 57: 4.2L, 1-12.09 BRAT 22Oct09 1200 F&M MDN-SW, Good, Steven King (8) 57, $13: 1st Pretty (NZ) 54:: 2.8L, 1-10.24 BRAT 2Nov09 1100 F&M MDN-SW, Dead, Dean Holland (5) 57, $3F: 1st Simply Put 55:: 1.0L, 1-5.35 GEEL 15Nov09 1425 F&M MDN-SW, Dead, Dean Holland (9) 57, $5: 1st Jewel Thief (NZ) 55:: 3.0L, 1-26.42 GEEL 3Dec09 1335 F&M MDN-SW, Good, J C Maskiell (a) (1) 57, $7: 1st Casual Friday 57: 7.0L, 1-19.67

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SPORTS TALK

BY JOE BARRESI

Scott reflects on win Kookaburras reign supreme WHEN Adam Scott lifted the Stonehaven Cup after winning the 2009 Australian Open last weekend, recording his first win on home soil, he sought out five-time national champion Greg Norman for a special thank-you hug. While many labelled Scott as a party boy whose potential was destined never to be fulfilled, Norman was one of his few believers, backing the talented Aussie all the way. The man nicknamed The Great White Shark controversially chose Scott in his Presidents Cup team this year when Scott’s form didn’t warrant it. Scott didn’t forget that support after cruising to victory in the Australian Open, a final-round 72 securing a five-stroke win over compatriot Stuart Appleby. “Greg and I have a fairly close relationship and obviously he’s a big supporter of mine and I wish I could have played this well for him at the Presidents Cup,” Scott said. “He’s my hero. I’ve said that all along and he’s been so generous to me with so many things and countless bits of advice on the game.” “He can see inside that I want it badly, which some people may not see, but he knows me well and he can see that I want it badly and I work hard for it.” However Scott, who was ranked as high as No.3 in the world before slipping to his current ranking of 54, knew he would not get the critics off his back until he won at home. “I kept cruising along thinking it (a victory in Australia) will just happen, well, sometimes it doesn’t just happen,” he said. “And I think the best athletes in the world go out and get it - a lot of people say ‘just let it happen, it’ll happen’, well, no, the best athletes in the world aren’t that patient.” “They go out and make it happen and that’s why they’re the best, they have the ability to do that. I had to look down at some point this year and be really honest with myself and say ‘how much do you want this?’, because it was getting close to slipping away a little bit.” Scott admitted to having to fight off his mental demons as he closed in on an emotional victory. “It’s hard to hold it all together. A few times today I had to stop my mind from wandering about maybe winning this thing,” he said. The breakthrough victory ends a dreadful run of outs for Scott, who missed 10 of 19 cuts (including six in a row) on the USA PGA tour this year, with Scott calling it the most testing period of his professional career. “I kicked a few cats but I wouldn’t say (I was) depressed. I think I remained fairly positive considering most days I was beating my head against the wall out on the golf course,” Scott said. “I never stopped believing in myself, I did maybe for a round or a few shots but never threw the towel in. It just took me a while to figure out what I needed to do,

★ ADAM SCOTT... thanked Greg Norman for having faith in him. that’s all.” “Unfortunately I had to go through probably six months of playing pretty

awful, but that’s how that game is. You never know when this game’s going to give you something great or

give you a smack right across the head when you think you’ve got it figured out.”

A stunning second-half fight back resulted in Australia winning a record 10th Hockey Champions Trophy against Germany at the State Netball and Hockey Centre in Melbourne last Sunday. The Kookaburras and the Germans were deadlocked on nine titles apiece heading into this year’s final but the Aussies went one clear when they claimed back-to-back Champions Trophies in a fascinating finish. Australia trailed Germany 3-1 at half-time of the tournament decider, but stormed home with a brilliant four-goal second period to win 5-3. Luke Doerner, the star of the match with a hat-trick, gave Australia an early lead when he opened up the scoring in the fifth minute, but it was all one-way traffic after that as Germany scored the next three goals of the match. Florian Fuchs leveled things at 1-1 on 15 minutes before Martin Hayner and Matthias Witthaus each scored goals before the break to give the Germans a comfortable lead. However, the Kookaburras dominated the second half with Liam de Young reducing the German’s lead to 3-2 just two minutes after the interval. Doerner then scored in the 41st and 50th minutes to complete his hat-trick and hand back his country the lead (4-3). With just three minutes remaining, Fergus Kavanagh sealed the victory for the hosts.

Daly supports troubled Woods AMERICAN cult figure John Daly has called for the international golf community to respect the privacy of troubled superstar Tiger Woods, stating that the public should be more sympathetic Tiger’s plight. Woods’ car crash and allegations of multiple affairs have sent shock waves around the word, with Woods dominating the news headlines. Dominating news headlines is nothing new for Woods, however the majority of press being negative is something new for the star golfer. The majority of professional golfers have largely refused to pass comment on the Wood’s issues, however Swede Jesper Parnevik is one golfer who slammed Woods, not surprising really considering he was the man responsible for introducing the couple. Parnevik said he ‘lost all respect’ for Woods. “I would probably need to apologise to her and hope she uses a driver next time instead of a threeiron,” Parnevik said in a recent interview, adding that he has not spoken

to Woods since the accident. Daly, who has perhaps been the subject of more controversy than any other golfer, wasn’t impressed with Parnevik making judgement on Woods. Daly who has four divorces and a handful of indiscretions to his name to add to his two major wins, has previously thrown his support behind Woods and he was quick to dismiss the latest comments made by Parnevik. “He will get through it,” Daly said this week as began preparations for the 2009 Australian PGA Championship at Coolum. “I’m not too happy with what some of the players have said about him. Theoretically if you think about it, it’s because of Tiger that we’re playing for so much money, and hopefully he and Elin can work it out.” Daly suggested golf ‘needs Tiger, more than any other player that has ever played golf’. “With his record and the way he plays, he just brings people out and he raises the bar for all of us

to play better golf as well,” he said. While preparing for the Australian PGA Championship, Daly continued to spruik the lap-band surgery that has seen him drop over 50 kilograms. However Daly didn’t open up about his private life, aside from talk of a movie based on his turbulent life. Daly’s autobiography ‘Life In and Out of the Rough’ details his hopes of having a biographical film made. The 43-year-old, who has had issues with gambling and alcohol in his troubled past, suggested Matt Damon would be the perfect actor to play the new slimlook Daly. “He (Russell Crowe) would be pretty good, but I just saw Matt Damon and the way he swung the golf club - I thought if I ever made a movie I’d want him to play me, me now.” “The tough part is who would play me at 290 pounds. The other problem is who is going to play the ex-wives. To be that mean, I don’t know, there’s not too many actresses that can be that mean.”

★ JOHN DALY... has caused plenty of controversy throughout his golf career.

From Formula One to World Rally

★ KIMMI RAIKKONEN... has left F1 to start a World Rally driving career.

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KIMI Raikkonen looks set to switch from Formula One to the World Rally Championship for next season. It has often been reported that the 2007 world champion would turn his attention to rally after leaving Ferrari at the end of the recent F1 campaign. Raikkonen had hoped to return to McLaren, however his former team was unwilling to accept his huge wage demands. As a result, the Woking-based marque instead signed reigning world champion Jenson Button to

drive alongside Lewis Hamilton next year. With no other competitive drive on the cards, Raikkonen’s quest for a new challenge means he will compete in 12 of the 13 rounds of the 2010 WRC, with the only omission being New Zealand. The Finn will drive for the Citroen Junior Team, joining reigning Junior WRC champion Sebastien Ogier in the Red Bull-backed squad. “I always wanted to compete in rally, especially in the World Rally Championship at some point in my career,” said Raikkonen, who this year impressed

on his rally debut in a WRC event in Finland driving an S2000 Abarth. “Thanks to Red Bull, I have the opportunity to drive the best car of the series with the Citroen C4. This is a new but very exciting challenge. I am really looking forward to testing the car and taking the start of the first rally.” Raikkonen has signed a one-year contract, leaving the door open for a return to F1 in 2011 providing he can claim a competitive drive, adding, “We will see how it goes for the future.”

Raikkonen joins Citroen’s star stable of drivers that also includes factory stars in six-times world champion Sebastien Loeb and Dani Sordo. A delighted team boss Olivier Quesnel stated, “We will continue to count on Sebastien and Dani to defend our world titles in 2010.” “We will also be prolonging our association with Sebastien Ogier who showed outstanding potential this year. Last but not least, it is with immense joy that we welcome Kimi Raikkonen to our ranks. We are very proud he has chosen Citroen.”

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A-LEAGUE 2009/10 - Round 18

BY JOE BARRESI

ACL draw released LADDER - ROUND 17 A

PTS

W

D

L

F

1. MELBOURNE

9

4

4

28 23 31

2. SYDNEY

9

1

7

24 18 28

3. GOLD COAST

8

3

6

23 26 27

4. CENTRAL COAST

6

6

5

23 11 24

5. PERTH

6

5

6

22 19 23

6. NEWCASTLE

6

4

7

19 23 22

7. WELLINGTON

4

9

4

24 21 21

8. BRISBANE

5

5

7

23 24 20

9. NTH QUEENSLAND

4

6

7

19 32 18

10. ADELAIDE

4

5

8

14 22 17

RESULTS - ROUND 17 WELLINGTON PHOENIX 1 (Brown 57) drew with MELBOURNE VICTORY 1 (Vargas 87) at Westpac Stadium, Wellington. Crowd: 8,206 NEWCASTLE JETS 2 (Thompson 46, Song 81) defeated ADELAIDE UNITED 0 at Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide. Crowd: 8,502 SYDNEY FC 4 (Aloisi 14, Brosque 19, 58, Corica 64) defeated NORTH QUEENSLAND FURY 1 (Griffiths 61) at Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney. Crowd: 11,871 GOLD COAST UNITED 2 (Smeltz 68, Barisic 76) defeated CENTRAL COAST MARINERS 1 (Simon 39) at Skilled Park, Gold Coast. Crowd: 4,117 PERTH GLORY 1 (Harnwell 78) drew with BRISBANE ROAR 1 (Devere 52) at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Crowd: 7,217

THIS WEEK - ROUND 18 FRIDAY 11 DECEMBER 2009 NORTH QUEENSLAND FURY vs PERTH GLORY Dairy Farmers Stadium, Townsville (8.30pm) SATURDAY 12 DECEMBER 2009 WELLINGTONN PHOENIX vs SYDNEY FC FMG Stadium, Palmerston North (5.00pm)

MELBOURNE Victory's AFC Champions League 2010 opponents have been revealed, with the draw for Asia's premier club competition pitting the club against Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma (Korea Republic), Beijing Guoan (China) and Kashima Antlers (Japan) in Group E. Kashima is Japan's most successful club, having won seven titles since the J. League's inception in 1993, while Seongnam also has a record seven league

★ MELBOURNE VICTORY ....face a tough draw.

Looking for revenge SATURDAY 12TH DECEMBER, 7PM: BLUETONGUE STADIUM MELBOURNE Victory has only one thing on their mind this week and that is revenge as they prepare to take on rivals the Central Coast Mariners. The Mariners are currently sitting in fourth position while Melbourne are sitting a game clear on top of the ladder ahead of Sydney FC and the Gold Coast. Despite their ladder positions, the Mariners have had it over Melbourne this season, winning both of the games which were both held at Etihad Stadium. In round one, the Mariners shocked Melbourne with a 2-0 win. Last month, the Mariners pulled off another huge shock, beating Melbourne 4-0 in what was Melbourne’s worst ever defeat. As a result of being embarassed twice at home in front of their home fans, Melbourne are seeking revenge and despite being an away game, I actually think they could get it if things fall their way. Melbourne have a great away record and have been in god touch recently despite being lucky to get a 1-1 draw last week against Wellington. Expect a fiery game with plenty of action and cards. Look for Melbourne to strike early only for the Mariners to hit back and fight out a thrilling draw.

★ MATTHEW KEMP... has been a solid performer all season for Melbourne.

United sign Marcos Flores

SATURDAY 12 DECEMBER 2009 BRISBANE ROAR vs ADELAIDE UNITED Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane (9.00pm)

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excited Cole. "The ACL is growing in prominence throughout Asia and Australia and it has become a very strong competition, but we believe we have a team that can really make an impact. "The Hyundai A-League remains our key focus for the time being, but the ACL is certainly something that will provide a fantastic opportunity for our members and supporters to see Asia's best clubs in action."

CENTRAL COAST MARINERS VS MELBOURNE VICTORY

SATURDAY 12 DECEMBER 2009 CENTRAL COAST MARINERS vs MELBOURNE VICTORY Bluetongue Stadium, Gosford (7.00pm)

SUNDAY 13 DECEMBER 2009 NEWCASTLE JETS vs GOLD COAST UNITED Energy Australia Stadium, Newcastle (5.00pm)

trophies to its name and was runner-up in the ACL 2004. Beijing recently claimed its first Chinese Super League crown, but Football Operations Manager Gary Cole is confident Melbourne Victory will be competitive in its second ACL appearance. "Having competed in the ACL once, we are all eagerly anticipating another opportunity and Seongnam, Beijing and Kashima will provide a great challenge come February next year," added an

★ AURELIO VIDMAR... rates Marcos Flores.

ADELAIDE United has made a major signing for next season with Argentine midfielder Marcos Flores set to join the club on a two-year deal. While the signing of Flores is a huge boost for the club, the news that defender Michael Marrone will leave the club at the end of the AFC Champions League 2010 Group Stage will sting with Marrone signing with North Queensland Fury for the next two seasons. Flores has been high on the Reds'

recruiting list over the past year and after initial contract negotiations broke down in April, the 24-year-old has now committed to joining the club. Flores' move to Adelaide is subject to a medical and visa clearance, however Adelaide coach Aurelio Vidmar is confident of the clearances going through without any troubles and is already looking forward ti having the talented attacking midfielder's services. "We're hoping he brings a little bit of

quality into our attacking third," Vidmar said. "He's certainly got the ability to do that, and (assistant coach) Carl (Veart) was very impressed with him when he went over and saw him earlier this year." "We tried to sign him then, but unfortunately due to his contract situation it was very difficult, but he has been very keen to come here since then, and we've stayed in contact so we're really pleased that it has happened now.”

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GENERAL SPORT

BY JOE BARRESI

Aussie face growing injury concerns

★ STUART CLARKE... could be in line for a call up in the third Test.

AUSTRALIA’S injury problems look set to give a lifeline for out-of-favour paceman Stuart Clark or perhaps even a Test debut for Clint McKay at the WACA in Western Australia later this month. Selectors are hopeful that Peter Siddle will be available for the Third test despite experiencing hamstring tightness during the drawn match in Adelaide, while Ben Hilfenhaus’ knee will be monitored in the lead up to the third Test. If the two end up failing their fitness tests, Clark and McKay will be the first in line for selection according to Australian captain Ricky Ponting. “I’m not sure exactly which way they’ll go, I’m sure Stuey’s name will come up in consideration for the squad for Perth”, said Ponting. “Clint McKay has obviously played a couple of one-day games for us and has

impressed everyone. He’s had a good start to the season with Victoria so I’m sure his name will come up as well.” Despite discussing possible inclusions into the squad, Ponting hasn’t given up hope on Siddle playing the final match of the series despite Siddle bowling just eight restricted overs in the West Indies’ second innings. “Hopefully Peter comes up. I had to sort of protect him a little bit and as you could see with the way he was running in, he was nowhere near 100 percent yesterday but it was a good effort by him to actually get any bowling done at all,” Ponting said. “We’ve just got to monitor him over the next couple of days, he’s going back to Melbourne and our team physio Alex will be spending the next couple of days with him in Melbourne just to monitor how he’s going and let the selectors know how he is before they pick the

squad for Perth.” Ponting also backed Nathan Hauritz who took just two wickets for the match, saying that the off-spinner would more than likely retain his spot in the lineup. “I thought Nathan bowled well, as you can see bowling on that wicket early in the game there wasn’t much that went off the straight but I thought the way he stuck to his task and tried to deliver a role for the team was admirable,” he said. “We know it’s a wicket that does offer some assistance to the quicks but the breeze over there generally helps the finger spinners more so than the leg spinners. Hopefully we can move on from this game pretty quickly and get to Perth in conditions which are more suitable to our style of play and we can play well over there.” The hard WACA ground should suit the Aussies, however Ponting is wary of

Windies spinner Sulieman Benn and speedster Kemar Roach following their impressive first innings in Adelaide with Ponting admitting that Roach’s pace caught his team-mates’ attention. “He’ll be a handful in Perth. As you can see every spell he’s bowled, almost every ball he’s bowled has been hovering around the 150kms, we knew he was capable of that,” he said. “He’s hit his areas really well as well, he hasn’t real sprayed the ball around too much so he’s bowling well for them at the moment.” In other cricket news, South Africa chief executive Gerald Majola confirmed that the Proteas will only play a one-day series on their tour of India next year. South Africa was scheduled to play a full series on its tour of India in February, but that campaign has been watered down to only a one-day series.

Bird flies to the Coast

A LETTER from Titans chairman Paul Broughton convinced Greg Bird that the Gold Coast was the right place to resurrect his NRL career. The fallen Sharks star revealed this week that Broughton sent him a letter outlining the club’s strong community programs while also urging him to face his problems and not return to Europe with French Super League club Catalans. Bird’s comeback to the NRL comes just weeks after he escaped a jail sentence after successfully appealing a reckless wounding conviction following an alleged assault on girlfriend Katie Milligan. “They (the Titans) stood by me after what’s been an awful time when they could have turned their back and taken the soft option,” Bird said on Monday after being presented to the media on the Gold Coast. “A lot of the work the Titans put forward about the community and what they do and about helping me deal with what I’ve been through impressed me.” Bird’s deal is for one season but contains three separate one-year options and also features several strict behavioural clauses. It was given the tick of approval by the NRL. The Titans face massive financial penalties if Bird re-offends under the NRL’s new rules governing players given a second chance at a new club. Bird is keen to put the past behind him and rebuild a career. “It hasn’t been the most enjoyable 15 months of my life,” Bird, 25, admitted this week. “I admit that I handled the situation totally wrong and I’m sorry for everyone involved. I’m looking forward to my time on the Gold Coast. I’m out of Sydney and I’m away from everything that happened down there.” Titans coach John Cartwright is excited to have the star utility aboard. “He’s an old school type player with the athleticism, speed and size of a modern player,” he said. “Greg has proven to be a gutsy competitor at the highest level so he will bring a real hunger to win with him to the Titans. He is still just 25 years of age and I believe his best football is in front of him.” Meanwhile the NRL will employ an external investigator to oversee clubs’ handling of player misbehaviour in a further attempt to minimise damaging off-field incidents. The clubs will remain responsible for handling the initial investigation - and subsequent punishment - following player misbehaviour but must now hand their findings over for independent assessment. A private investigator will then examine the club’s report before deciding whether further action is warranted. A panel comprising the NRL’s chief operating officer Graham Annesley and ex-players Michael Buettner and Mark

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Moscow is melt down

★ GREG BIRD... is keen to resurrect his promising NRL career. O’Neill will then view the investigator’s report before passing on their recommendations to NRL CEO David Gallop. The system has been introduced following studies of the model used by the NFL in America. “The clubs have to be

the starting point in the process and our recent work with the NFL has only confirmed the importance of this principle,” Gallop said. “Anyone who lets down the game has to know that they are also letting down

their own team-mates and has to know that it is their own club that will be the first to act. It’s equally important that the clubs are aware that we are going to do all we can to drive consistency to the extent that it is achievable.”

CSKA Moscow could be thrown out of the Champions League and banned from future competitions following positive drugs tests for two of their players following a match against Manchester United. Russian defenders Alexei Berezutsky and Sergei Ignashevich have been provisionally suspended from all games after positive doping tests for a banned stimulant. The random tests were carried out following the Champions League clash with Manchester United on November 3 which ended in a 3-3 draw. UEFA’s disciplinary committee will hear the case on December 17 however under European regulations, if more than one player tests positive for banned drugs action can be taken against the team. UEFA’s disciplinary regulations states: “If more than one player from the same team is charged with a doping offence in relation to a prohibited substance or methods the team in question may be disqualified from the competition in progress and/or future competitions.” The club have defended the players claiming it was down to a ‘clerical error’, with the club saying the players had been given Sudafed while battling colds on international duty, but CSKA’s medical staff had failed to include the medication on a list handed to UEFA following the clash with United.

Lewis happy with result MCLAREN ace Lewis Hamilton was delighted following the news that the British Grand Prix has been saved and will be staged at its traditional home at Silverstone for the next 17 years. The deal between Silverstone’s owners, the British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC), and F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone was announced this week and brings an end to months of wrangling over the future of the event. Silverstone, which hosted the first ever F1 race in 1950 and has been a permanent feature on the calendar since 1987, got the nod after a mooted switch to Donington Park fell through after bosses at the Leicestershire circuit

failed to meet its obligations. With Hamilton set to be joined by reigning world champion and compatriot Jenson Button at McLaren next season, British interest in the sport has never been higher, and the 24-yearold is thrilled by the prospect of returning to the scene of one of his greatest ever performances. “Firstly, it’s fantastic news the British Grand Prix will stay on the calendar for 2010,” Hamilton said. “Secondly, it’s great the race will be at Silverstone. The place has an atmosphere money can’t buy and I have some fantastic memories of the track, winning both races in GP2 in 2006,

getting an incredibly emotional and satisfying pole in ‘07 and winning in the wet in my championship year.” “Most importantly, those achievements have all been underlined by the reaction and support of the Silverstone crowd, which has always been fantastic. British fans are the greatest Formula One supporters in the world and this must be the best Christmas present they could ever ask for.” “I can’t wait to come home to the British Grand Prix next year when both Jenson and I will be flying the flag for Britain and doing our best to win the race.”

★ LEWIS HAMILTON... loves racing at Silverstone.

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