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Flying united for aviation future pennie scott

IT is a well trotted-out fact that the average age of farmers is close to 60, yet there is another sector with a similar demographic – general aviation. More than 90 representatives from 34 general aviation industry associations gathered in Wagga this week so the leaders of each group could create a consensus proposal for a change to the Civil Aviation Act. The meeting was the sequel to Dick Smith’s public meeting on 4 May 2018 in Wagga, which was purposely convened by Michael McCormack as the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport in his electorate of Riverina. The Australian General Aviation Alliance is made up of 34 associations with more than 26,500 members across all sectors of the aviation industry. The Executive Director of Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), Ben Morgan, said general aviation includes every form except military and scheduled flights. What is included in general aviation is relative to all Australians every day via the vast array of activities falling under: • Fire-fighting aircraft • Emergency service fixed-wing and rotary aircraft (Snowy and Westpac emergency helicopters) • Police helicopters • Agricultural aircraft – spraying, mustering • The Royal Flying Doctor Service • Training aircraft • Private pilots • Surveying • Maintenance including avionics, engines and airframes

• Business and charter flights • Gliders, gyrocopters, microlights • Parachuting aircraft • Hot air balloons. Former Managing Director of Regional Express, Geoff Breust, was the independent chairman for the summit and explained the frustrations of the existing prescription-based legislation of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority while the rest of the world’s aviation authorities operate on outcome-based legislation. “Everyone agrees safety is vital. However, the safest aeroplane is the one still on the drawing-board,” he said. The main cause for concern among aviators is the addition of the word safety in 1995 so that the Civil Aviation Authority became the Civil Aviation Safety Authority. As a result, many more regulations were included in the legislation, which, over the past 23 years, has caused general aviation to face increasing regulatory charges, a diminution of new participants and a dim future. Australian director of AOPA, Mike Smith, said the costs associated with the regulations also prevent new business. “Australia is one of the best places to train pilots, yet the majority of places are taken by Chinese students whose courses are being paid for by the Chinese government. “There is a recognised shortage of pilots world-wide, yet the costs of regulations are so high in Australia, very few of our young people can afford to pay the fees. This is a lost opportunity along with the decrease in other business opportunities in the aviation sector,” Mike said. However, Ben said the summit was delighted that Michael McCormack and

L-R Geoff Breust, Mike Smith and Ben Morgan.

Shadow Minister, Anthony Albanese, attended and are committed to bi-partisan support to change the Act. “Hearing both commit to this arrangement in a public forum gives the Australian General Aviation Alliance great heart that the necessary changes will be passed,” Ben said. “At the conclusion of the summit, an agreement was reached covering all aspects of the Act we need changed and both Michael and Anthony agreed we would meet together at Parliament House to discuss the next steps. This outcome is very satisfying.”

Geoff concluded the summit thanking everyone who attended, including Senator Fraser Anning from the Katter Party, Secretary Dr Jane Thompson from the Senate’s Rural and Regional Affairs Transport committee, Senator David Fawcett, represented by Micah Wright-Taylor, CASA Group Manager, Rob Walker, Stephen Angus from Air Services Australia, Craig Spence from the International Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, Jim Wolfe and Melissa Cashman from the Department of Infrastructure, airport managers and owners and pilot training school owners.

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The lighter side - a retrospective THERE’S a repetitive outcry today that kids are losing touch with their past, that they are tied to computers and time consuming electronic devices. Well, students at Lutheran Primary School have taken steps to disprove the claim with some taking part in some good old-fashioned fun such as driving ‘round in old pedal cars and flogging pedals on a trike as well as churning butter, basket weaving, sewing and decoupage, which for the uninitiated is gluing cut-out images to make a work of art. It was all part of an end of term activity entitled Now and Then in which the girls were resplendent in period dresses and bonnets and the boys were bedecked with suspenders,

waistcoats, caps and fedoras. Each year, Lutheran Primary School teacher, Cindy English, looks forward to this day and loves showing the students artefacts from the past. “This is a unit of work we call Now and Then. It’s important to educate the children about the past. We encourage students to invite their grandparents on the day and ask they bring an old item along. “It’s just giving the kids an insight into what it was like to live in the past. You can show them all the pictures you like, and even show them movies, but it doesn’t have the same impact as when they’re engaging with the objects,” Cindy concluded.

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THE wait for a cycle path network in Wagga has been reduced for the City’s cycling community following a decision by the Wagga Wagga City Council to approve proposed cycle links. At a meeting this week, Council agreed on 10 links which form the five strategic cycling routes of the State Government funded 43 kilometre network recommended for the Wagga Active Travel Plan. Wagga Mayor, Councillor Greg Conkey, said the decision represented another step in the development of cycle paths and will go a long way towards enhancing the liveability and attractiveness of the city. “In its essence the Active Travel Plan is about giving residents another viable option to safely travel from their home to work, school and shops. The added bonus is that cycling is healthy, it’s cost effective and good for the environment too,” Councillor Conkey said, adding his appreciation for the public input to the consultation process. “Over 250 formal submissions were received in addition to feedback noted at meetings and drop-in sessions with the community and stakeholder groups, which all helps make the $11.7million project a more beneficial initiative for everyone. “The majority of feedback supported

the project and the concerns raised by residents have been incorporated into the revised routes and planning process, which is due to begin later this month. Ongoing consultation will occur with residents adjacent to the routes during the detailed design and construction

phases of the project,” Councillor Conkey said. During its meeting Council also agreed that negotiations take place where easements, rights of way or access agreements are needed on land not owned by Council.


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Treaty first step for Indigenous rights

A Charles Sturt University (CSU) constitutional expert has told a parliamentary inquiry that the obstacle to the acknowledgement of constitutional rights for Indigenous people lies, not in uncertainty about how to achieve it, but rather in the unwillingness of governments to effect the necessary constitutional change. Senior lecturer in law at CSU, Dr Bede Harris, gave evidence to the Federal Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition Relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People following the publication of his written submission to the Committee, which is chaired by Senator Patrick Dodson. Bede said that recognition of Indigenous people as the original inhabitants of Australia, while of symbolic importance, was insufficient as a means of effecting real change in their constitutional position. “I was critical of the government’s rejection of the recommendation contained in the 2017 Uluru Statement from the Heart, in which Indigenous people had proposed that a Makarrata Commission be established to oversee treaty-making between the Crown and Indigenous people,” Bede said. “My submission argued that a treaty would be a useful first step in recognising the constitutional rights for Indigenous people, but cautioned that, because a treaty itself would not change the law, anything agreed to in a treaty would have to be put either into the Constitution or into statute. “I therefore recommended that the Constitution be amended so as to confer power on the Commonwealth to enter into agreements with Indigenous people and to enact legislation to give effect to such agreements which would provide a mechanism for the establishment of institutions for Indigenous selfgovernment,” he said. Although Australia ratified the

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that this proposal would amount to the creation of a third house of Parliament was incorrect. “The proposed body would have only an advisory role, the request for its establishment was modest, and that the government’s curt rejection of the proposal was dismissive of the concerns of Indigenous people,” he said. “I concluded by saying that Australia is, one would hope, a less conservative country than it was at the time of the 1967 referendum. Surely it would therefore not be too difficult a task if our politicians could display moral leadership of the type that existed in 1967 to overcome opposition to measures which Indigenous people have requested. “What the history of the period 2007– 2017 has shown is that the obstacle to the acknowledgement of constitutional rights for Indigenous people does not

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Crime and punishment Julie Elphick

IN the last week or so I have been watching a number of different cases that pertain, in differing degrees, to our judicial system. There is little doubt that the vast majority of our population would have cause to question many facets of how our system works or, perhaps doesn’t or isn’t. As I watched these high-profile cases this week, I wondered if it is not so much the system which is broken but that we, the people, don’t seem to have an absolutely definitive belief on what is and isn’t acceptable. ‘Do the crime, do the time’. Is this just an old worn-out phrase which really has no meaning; something we repeat with little thought to what we are actually saying? Do we believe in this mantra? Is there a lack of consistency of belief? One of my bugbears is the double demerit point periods foisted upon us during every significant holiday season. I know there are those of you out there who say that the spectre of losing double points makes drivers more careful and responsible, and this may well be the case. My issue is far simpler. In NSW, if I drive 12kmh over the speed limit on Wednesday, I will receive 3 points and $275. If I do 12kmh over the speed limit on the June long weekend I will get 6 points and $275; the offence is exactly the same but the penalty is different. How can that be? Where is the consistency? This week we saw the sentencing of Archbishop Philip Wilson, convicted essentially of ‘covering up’ or concealing the sexual abuse of children during the period of 2004 to 2006. It is not my intention to debate the sentence or his crime but to comment on discussions I heard on radio talkback. A number of

speakers from the legal fraternity suggested that a sentence or penalty for covering up a sexual abuse case should be more severe than covering up let’s say a drug ring or embezzlement crime. I struggle with this. If you cover up a crime surely you are being penalised for the act of ‘cover-up’, not the type of crime committed by the person or persons you conceal for? To me, the act of concealing a crime should have a known and quantified sentence. Surely, the consistency of sentence is essential. The other case which hit the headlines this week related to Rosalind Croucher, the President of the Human Rights Commission. A male who had been convicted of accessing and possessing child pornography received a 12 mth suspended sentence and $11,000 in fines. The crime was committed ten years ago. He recently applied for a position working from home, selling insurance, where no contact would occur with children. In his online application he did not disclose full details, (I guess he figured he wouldn’t have been given any chance

A brush with spies Tim the Yowie Man

AT the recent Spy and Espionage exhibition at the Museum of the Riverina, visiting journalist from Canberra, Tim the Yowie Man, was delightfully surprised to discover a very close link with one of the photo exhibits illustrating the controversial Petrov Affair. Following is his story which features Wagga Weekly’s sub-editor, Alan Reid. The great cherry chase Two Soviet KGB agents ‘escort’ Evdokia Petrov across the tarmac at Sydney Airport in April 1954. “That’s him, that’s the KGB agent who chased me!” exclaims Alan Reid, pointing at one of two burly Soviet henchmen hauling away Petrov’s wife Evdokia in a photo taken on April 19, 1954, on the tarmac at Sydney Airport. It’s a photo that has since become synonymous with the Petrov Affair but one which brings back traumatic childhood memories every time Reid sees it. As a child, Reid lived on Mugga Way in Red Hill, right next door to the official residence of the Soviet Ambassador, Nikolai Generalov. The days immediately following Petrov’s dramatic defection on April 3, 1954 were a tumultuous time in Australian politics, and while most Canberrans, including Reid’s father, Alan Reid Snr (yes, the doyen of the Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery for almost half a century), were in the grips of Cold War paranoia, Reid Jnr and his school mates were focused on matters much closer to their own hearts (and taste buds) ¬– the plump cherries

growing on a tree in Generalov’s backyard. With diplomatic relations between Canberra and Moscow well and truly frayed, following Petrov’s defection, the USSR ordered its entire staff of 48 at the Soviet Embassy on Canberra Avenue, including Generalov, to return home. “Generalov left in a hurry,” remembers Reid, who, along with his mate had been “eyeing off his cherry-laden fruit tree for some weeks.” “We thought how good is this, with the ambassador gone, we could finally get our hands on the cherries,” recalls Reid, who along with his mate “jumped the fence one day after school.” However, before the daring duo had plucked a handful from the tree they got the fright of their lives. “Suddenly this big Russian guy was bearing down on us,” recalls Reid. “He had snuck out from behind a wall and got right on top of us before we knew it. “He started yelling at us and looked like he was going to thump us ... we were screaming and carrying-on; it was terrifying.” Reid and his mate fled down a nearby laneway and onto Red Hill, leaving the Russian who had been given the job of packing up Generalov’s goods “absolutely fuming.” “We didn’t dare go back near cherry tree until a few weeks later, just after we saw that now-famous photo of Evdokia Petrov at the airport on the cover of a magazine,” reveals Reid. “We recognised the KGB agent dragging Evdokia’s left arm as the very same man who’d chased us out of Generalov’s yard.

to interview.) He did, however, disclose prior to an interview and the subsequent conditional offer of employment. Now once more we are not here to debate his original crime or even whether the prospective employer acted outside the bounds of a person’s human rights in relation to discrimination due to a person’s criminal record. Nor will we debate his crime and sentence of ten years ago. Instead, can we debate our belief of ‘you do the crime, you do the time’? If this is indeed the case, the howling that was witnessed when this man was awarded damages for the way his application for employment was handled by the prospective employer tells me otherwise. People all over social and mainstream media, castigated Rosalind Croucher for her judgement, baying for her blood and job! If you wish to read it, her report is a balanced and thoughtful read and available on the commission’s website. The question is this: the guy had done the crime, then done the time, was he to be further punished by not

being permitted to find employment or at least be treated fairly in the recruitment process? Are we actually saying that if you do the time for some crimes all is forgiven, but for others we will be selective? We complain vociferously about the inconsistency and at times lack of severity of sentences, but we don’t seem to have a consistent methodical approach or belief ourselves. I must admit that I don’t have the answers. I, too, am like you and can be swayed to be harsher if I don’t like the look or basic attitude of a person. But is that fair? Your look, colour, religion or attitude surely ought not change the sentence you receive for an offence. As I have harped on repeatedly over recent articles, equality is the only way to go. As I sit here I really don’t feel any closer to knowing how we make this work for everybody. I am truly conflicted. My head and my heart at times are at odds. Are you as black and white as the system should be or do you dwell in shades of grey?

“Once we’d seen his photo in the paper, we knew he was gone, so we went back next door and cleaned out all the cherries they were the best cherries I’ve ever had!” Reid’s thwarted cherry raid wasn’t the only close encounter he had with his notable neighbours. A few months prior to the Petrov defection, Reid was riding his bicycle down the footpath on Mugga Way towards his driveway. “I’d only just learned how to balance on my bike and didn’t quite know how to brake,” recalls Reid, “and the footpath had a slope on it, so I missed our driveway.” The timing couldn’t have been worse for Reid, for just as he careered past his house, Ambassador Generalov emerged from behind a hedge in his shiny Cadillac. “There was, and still is, a big hedge running along the front of our yard so I

didn’t see the car until the last second,” says Reid, who smashed into the passenger side of the Cadillac, “and in the process dented the hub cap.” “Generalov thought he’d killed me, but I was just stunned,” recalls Reid. “He picked me up and took me inside and gave me a drink and ice cream to make sure I was okay.” Wow, what childhood memories. Postscript: When Generalov left Canberra, his Cadillac was sold to a Canberra taxi driver, and then, according to Reid, “somewhat ironically to Robert Menzies, Australian prime minister”. Reid believes the Caddy is still around and possibly in a museum in Victoria, however, initial investigations by your Akubra-clad columnist have failed to locate it. “It’d be great to confirm that the dent is still in the hub cap,” muses Reid.

Alan Reid points to the Soviet KGB agent who chased him through Red Hill after pilfering cherries from the Soviet Ambassador’s backyard in 1954. Image Tim the Yowie Man.


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EDITORIAL & LETTERS

Bright future for FUSION Jacob Saggers

2018 is the eighth year for Wagga’s popular Fusion Multicultural Festival bringing together people from 112 countries, a mix of 107 languages groups and 62 faiths. Celebrating cultural diversity, harmony and the arts, Fusion features food, music, art, dance and culture created by local people for fellow Riverina residents to enjoy. The festival has been shown considerable support by the Wagga Wagga City Council and Riverina Water County Council which have committed a total of $75,000 to the major event each year for

Letter to the Editor Dear Madam, It was interesting to read the recent comments from Berrigan Shire General Manager, Rowan Perkins, who described the Murray-Darling Basin Plan as being “cruel” to regional communities. He correctly stated the plan has “taken above average communities and turned them into below average communities”. Like many of us, he also has a high level of frustration at the Murray-Darling Basin Authority’s flat refusal to accept and acknowledge the consequences of the Basin Plan. In Mr Perkins’ words, the latest MDBA reports are “just another example of the authority’s failure to accept and address the compounding nature of the plan” as it persists with a “nothing to see here” attitude. As a long-standing local government leader, Mr Perkins can see the Basin Plan’s damage first hand just like those who are living this nightmare. It is a travesty of justice that the supposedly independent MDBA from its predominantly Canberrabased offices, refuses to acknowledge the plan’s true impact. For example, the cost of temporary water is now the biggest factor determining whether or not crops are grown in dry years. The 2016 Aither Report concluded that the Basin Plan had significantly increased the price of temporary water. I have asked many people in my region if

the next three years. Council’s Director Community, Janice Summerhayes, said the Fusion Multicultural Festival has been founded on a basic and successful philosophy. “Creative and performing arts, music, dance and food are a powerful means of engaging and uniting the whole community and celebrating the diversity of different cultures is what makes our community unique,” Janice said. “The funding commitment from Wagga Wagga City Council and major sponsorship from Riverina Water County Council will allow Fusion to grow and continue to

their enterprises would be different in 2018 if the Basin Plan had not been forced upon us. All of them said production would be higher and they would employ more labour. So, what happens when we have less labour on farms? The reality is that there is a significant flow-on effect to our rural towns – fewer teachers, butchers, hairdressers, nurses, electricians … the list goes on. Let’s not forget, this plan was a rushed political deal under which fresh water is poured down to the Murray mouth, providing a fresh water ‘solution’ to what was traditionally an estuarine system. It was primarily designed to win vital votes from city environmentalists and in South Australia. I hope the day will come when politicians listen to professionals like Rowan Perkins, who can see the damage being done to communities and do something about it. Yours faithfully Graeme Pyle Berrigan NSW

be an annual highlight for residents and participants from across the Riverina and State.” Riverina Water County Council General Manager, Andrew Crakanthorp, said the organisation was pleased to be reinvesting community funds into the major community event. “Riverina Water County Council has a role to play in strengthening the social fabric of the communities it provides water to,” Andrew said.

“The Board of Riverina Water has made it clear to management that they are keen to pursue opportunities which increase the use of Council supplied water. “We see this sponsorship as a major element of the commitment by Council to raise its corporate profile and use customer revenue to re-invest in the future of the communities we serve.” The 2018 Fusion Multicultural Festival will be held at the Victory Memorial Gardens on Saturday 20 October.

WAGGA’S Botanic Gardens echoed the sounds of history on Wednesday 11 July when the local Shakespearian Society recited some of Bard’s famous works as part of unveiling a $20,000 upgrade of the Shakespearian Garden. The walled courtyard space is now true to Shakespeare’s 15th century England, when the gardens of the time incorporated plants such as small box hedges, conifers, urns, decorative statues and traditional motifs. The project is one of several underway to mark the Botanic Garden’s 50-year celebrations with several areas in the wellloved community space receiving some tender loving care. Wagga Wagga City Council’s Supervisor, Horticulture, Henry Pavitt, said the Shakespearian Garden upgrade brings the area to the standard the community deserves. “The Garden was built in 1988 as a project of the Australian Bicentenary. It was sponsored by the Shakespearian Society

of Wagga, which is reputedly the oldest in Australia, and is how the garden got its name,” Henry said. “Urns, decorative statues, pavers in customary patterns and gates adorned with a traditional motif complete the Elizabethan period atmosphere of the space. “The small formal beds are planted and trimmed to form what is known as a Knot Garden and is enclosed as most gardens of the time were.” The upgrade adds another public area to the many available to the community. The space, which can comfortably fit approx 100 people, will be suitable for events such as naming ceremonies, weddings and special family events. It is available for bookings in the same way as the Tree Chapel, which is scheduled for upgrades later this month for completion by the end of September. The Shakespearian Garden project was designed, planned and constructed by the City Council’s Parks and Recreation team.

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St John Ambulance wants YOU Virginia Gawler

THEY’RE known to generations of rugby union players as the Zam-Buks because their kits always contained a tin of the ubiquitous herbal balm and antiseptic liniment, ready to apply to any injuries or cuts. St John Ambulance volunteers were on side-lines administering first aid where ever their numbers permitted, supporting rugby union in the days when it was an amateur past time in which players took to the field because they enjoyed the sport. St John Ambulance Australia was established more than 130 years ago and for almost 128 of those years the ZamBuks in NSW have been providing help at local rugby union matches and thousands of other events. Since its humble beginnings, St John Ambulance in NSW has grown to embrace a network of 80 divisions and

more than 3500 volunteers and responds to critical emergencies such as cardiac cases, head injuries, fractures and seizures, as well as being on hand during natural disasters and helping protect children on sporting fields. In NSW during 2017 more than 11,200 people received first aid and emergency treatment from St John Ambulance volunteers with 913 people subsequently being transported to hospital. By often responding before emergency medical services arrive, the volunteers play an essential role in reducing the number of patients requiring hospital treatment. The Superintendent of Wagga Division of St John Ambulance NSW, Leia Thiele, says the organisation is currently having a recruitment drive. “We need more young people to join, either as juniors aged from eight to 11 years or as cadets from 12 to 17 years, but we would also love to have more

adults,” Leisa said. “We have volunteers of all ages and backgrounds. Our members say they love being able to help people in the community by doing something which makes people feel secure and safe. “We assist at a variety of events, including the Wagga Show, sporting and music events and the annual Wagga Food and Wine Festival,” Leia explained. While it helps to have some first aid experience, it is not essential because St John provides all volunteers training through a variety of courses ranging from basic resuscitation to advanced life support and remote area survival. As well as being the principal first aid trainer in NSW, St John Albulance is the State’s leading provider of first aid kits and products, and services. Wagga resident, Jacob Chapple, aged 24 has been a member of St John Ambulance for five years and is its Acting Sergeant

and Community Liaison Officer. And he’s enthusiastic about the organisation and what it has to offer. “You learn lifelong skills such as advanced first aid techniques, which I would never have learned as a civilian. You also gain lifelong friends. I’ve met people from all cultures and backgrounds who I would not have met otherwise. St John Ambulance is a fantastic organisation and I can’t imagine it not being a part of my life,” Jacob said. To volunteer for free membership of St John Ambulance visit the organisation’s website at www.stjohnnsw.com.au or its Facebook page, ‘phone 1300 78 5646 or email wagga.division@stjohnnsw.com.au. The Zam-Buks in Wagga meet every Thursday at Holy Trinity Church Hall in Bardia Street, Ashmont with cadet volunteers from 6.00pm until 8.00pm and adults volunteers from 7.00pm until 9.00pm.

Members of St John Ambulance Wagga Division who volunteered at the recent Rugby union Gala Day in Wagga. From left: Joshua Stirrup, Leia Thiele, Jacob Chapple, Adam Bartley and Makayla Coulls with Bailey Cullen (far right) from Griffith Blacks Under 14’s team.

Double Windfall for Country Hope

THERE’S something about sick children, especially those suffering a terminal illness, which brings out the best in the community, and Wagga is no exception with services provided to families through the Country Hope Trust. The broader community has illustrated its support for the work of the Trust through a donation of $30,000 raised from the Wagga Picnic Races Committee and a $10,000 grant from the State Government. The money raised from sponsors and attendees at the annual Picnic Races will be used to send sick Riverina kids and their siblings to Time Out for Life Camp. The Wagga Picnics has been supporting Country hope since 2003 and has raised almost $500,000 for the organisation in that time. Presenting the $10,000 from the State Government to Country Hope, the Member for Wagga, Daryl Maguire, said the funds would go towards an upgrade to the rear of the Country Hope Family Support Centre. “Country Hope depends entirely

on donations, sponsorship, grants and fundraising from the community and this injection of money will make such a huge difference to the centre, staff and the services it provides,” Daryl said. “Families need a place where they can go to share their stories with other families with sick children and to help each other through difficult times. The building upgrade will mean families will have the privacy and freedom to share their emotions during their most trying times. “The completion of this project will provide a place where families can get together in a safe and welcoming environment, “Country Hope assists more than 170 families and the funded project will enable the centre to provide all services in the one location,” Daryl said. Country Hope is located in Wagga with offices in Albury-Wodonga and Griffith. This year’s Picnic Race Day is on 29 September and tickets are available via the website www.waggapicnics.com.

Andrew Hannaford from the Wagga Picnics Committee presents Country Hope Chairman Kerry Flinn with a $30,000 cheque.


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Wagga Swap Meet turns 25 Years IF you are a collector of antiques or bric-abrac or need hubcaps for a 1953 FJ Holden, the annual Wagga Swap Meet on Sunday 15 July is not to be missed. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the event is now the largest of its type in NSW and the third largest Swap Meet in Australia, and this year organisers expect around 8000 visitors to walk through the gates at Wagga Showground. They also anticipate a record of more than 900 stall holders. The success and popularity has led to discussions about extending it over Saturday and Sunday from 2019. The first Swap Meet was organised in 1993 by Wagga’s Classic and Historic Automobile Club as a market for motoring enthusiasts and collectors to swap old car parts and auto accessories.

Two of the members of the original organising committee, Trevor Garth and Brian Horsley, clearly remember the 1993 event. “We started with 85 sites the first year and word of mouth has helped us to grow substantially each year after that,” Brian recalled. “These days, 70 percent of sites are prebooked from year to year. “Although the initial idea of a Swap Meet in Wagga was to attract car enthusiasts, it has grown to incorporate all sorts of items from authentic car parts to collectibles, antiques, crafts, bric-abrac and assorted paraphernalia. There is literally something for everyone. It’s a great event for browsers and buyers alike,” Brian said. Trevor is still astounded by the consistent growth and increasing popularity of the Swap Meet. “We have had an amazing run since those early days,” Trevor said. “Eventhough the Meet has always been in the middle of winter, we have never been washed out and the crowds have always turned up, regardless of the temperature,” Trevor added. Since the first Swap Meet, profits from the site fees and gate takings, which are estimated to be around half-a-million dollars, have been divided between several local charities in the Wagga area. This year’s recipients will be the Calvary Palliative Care Enhancement Council, Mia’s Big Adventure, South City Men’s Shed and The Bidgee School in Wagga. Although most of the sites have been booked for the July 15 event there are limited indoor and outdoor sites still available.

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Teachers droning on pennie scott IN early 2017, four university students with a hunger to absorb knowledge, engage with modern technologies and prepare for the future were dissatisfied with their educational experiences and development. They believed the education system they were brought up in struggled to keep up with the pace of innovation within industry and associated future job opportunities. Subsequently, Jack Cullen, Lochie Burke, Dan Moscaritolo and Sam Lewinson co-founded JAR Aerospace with a clear mission to ignite the Aerospace industry in Australia and make it available to current students so they may tailor their professional trajectories into this rapidly growing and high-demand sector. JAR specialises in the training, designing, manufacturing, and sustainment of high performance Systems. In addition to designing, developing and manufacturing their state-of-the-art Unmanned Aerial Systems (drones), JAR Education was created to envision and drive the development of an exciting and innovative educational system, directly supported by industry. This new model enables JAR Aerospace and other industry members to invest in the sovereign skill base of Australia’s future industries and employment. Essential to this model is the systematic requirement to influence collaboration

between both industry and educational institutions, enabling rapid knowledge transfer, fostering a new, innovative and industry-connected education system to support JAR’s expanding skill base and capabilities. Chief Marketing Officer, Lochie Burke, said that JAR Education was created to broaden Australia’s talent base, educate young minds in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematical (STEM) thinking and practice, and inspire technological development well into future decades. “We want to share our enthusiasm for technology and innovation with students, in a challenging yet practical way,” Lochie said. “The learning focus is on STEM and the goal is to provide a stimulating and enjoyable educational experience. Our programs are aligned to national curriculum outcomes and teaching standards. We utilise the drones as the core element of our programs because they are fun and challenging for teachers and students. “When teachers and students actually make their own drones and learn how to fly them, they quickly become devotees,” Lochie said. On 30 July, JAR Education is hosting a teacher development day in a sixhour workshop designed for educators to develop an understanding of drone technology by providing three learning activities to increase the teachers’ familiarity with the hardware, software and operations. “Given the rapidly expanding rate of technological advancement, it has never been a more crucial time for teachers to partner with industry and deliver new educational activities. In addition to learning about current offerings, this Professional Development day enables educators to engage with their peers and

discuss the practical use of this technology in the classroom context,” Lochie added. JAR Education values the input of STEM teachers from all regions and schools. JAR Education’s teacher development day is registered as the Drone Education: Engaging Students in STEM course, which contributes five-and-a-half hours of NESA Registered Professional Development towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW. It addresses

2.1.2, 4.5.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. “All equipment is supplied, and a rich day of learning is provided,” Lochie concluded. The teacher development day will be held at Kildare Catholic College, Wagga on 30 July from 8.30am with refreshments for a 9.00am start. Lunch is included. Bookings can be made through Michael Baglin on ‘phone 0421 988 660 or email michael.baglin@jar-aerospace.com.au.

Paticipants at a teacher development day.

Reaching for the stars Jacob Saggers

ASK a child what they want to be when they grow up and chances are that being an astronaut will be high on that list. Kids are always told; “You can do whatever you want to do, you can be whatever you want to be, and with enough hard work and determination it will come true.” For eight lucky High School students from Wagga that dream has moved a little closer in October. They will embark on the trip of a lifetime – no not to space – to Space Camp USA. However, they need a little financial assistance to help them on their way, and, although there are no guarantees they will achieve their goal of becoming an astronaut, they can be inspired to dream big through giving them the best opportunity for success. Space Camp is the brainchild of rocket scientist, Dr. Wernher von Braun, who led the development of the Apollo-era rockets which took America to the moon, and Edward O. Buckbee, the first director of the U.S. Space and Rocket Centre. Finance permitting, the students will spend five days at Space Camp immersed in astronaut training techniques using equipment adapted from NASA’s astronaut program. They will experience a zerogravity chamber, undertake scuba diving and be required to build a rocket working as a team, as well as confront mission scenarios which require dynamic problem solving and critical thinking. They will learn about space hardware and experience a spaceflight mission while learning about aerospace career opportunities. Leading Aircraftwomen at the Australian

Air Force Cadets, Vivienne Hughes, who will accompany the students, said the year 10 students selected for the trip are from Kooringal High and the Riverina Anglican College. “The government was giving away grants and those two schools applied. They were both accepted, but the kids are still short on money, even after the assistance,” Vivienne said. “The kids had to apply for Space Camp via a video presentation that was reviewed by Wagga Mayor Greg Conkey. In the video the students had to give reasons why they wanted to go. There was a lot of interest, so the few that were selected really had to sell their application,” Vivienne explained. The students will also be doing to some extra curricula activities along the way, such as visiting the Californian Science Centre where they can explore the wonders of science through interactive exhibits, live demonstrations, innovative programs and inspiring films. They will also visit Northrop Grumman, which is a leading global security company that provides innovative systems, products and solutions to government and commercial customers worldwide. In Los Angeles, the students will be given a special presentation from employees of Space X, which will be a first for the excursion. It’s a once in a life time experience for these students who might one day realise their dream of travelling into space. To help the group make the trip to Space Camp USA, a trivia night has been organised for Saturday 4th August from 6.00pm at the Wagga RSL Club with 10 people per table. Entry is $10.


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DESTINATION RIVERINA MURRAY

An excursion full of diversion

THE Darling River in Western NSW is recognised as Australia’s second longest river at 1545 kilometres, almost 1000 kilometres short of the River Murray at 2508 kilometres. But even that is open for debate because if the Darling River tributaries, the Culgoa, Balonne and Condamine, are included, its total length increases to 2740 kilometres*. Whichever length is accepted the course of the Darling River, be it from its identified point in the National rivers data base where the Barwon merges with the Culgoa River and the channel becomes the Darling River, or from its extended headquarters, the river offers a variety of breathtaking landscapes and historic attractions featuring both indigenous occupation and European settlement. Among the more inviting sections is that from Walgett to the Darling’s confluence with the Murray River at Wentworth. This 950 kilometre stretch of river provides visitors with opportunities to explore heritage trails, locate historic landmarks and museums and enjoy quality fishing while inspecting ancient man-made fish traps, rock art and incredible wildlife. Travelling the course of the Darling river is a four-day excursion with plenty of diversion. To warm up for the trip, start with a visit to the Artesian Bore Baths in Walgett. The baths, which are free, are naturally heated to 41.5C from ancient springs with the water from the Great Artesian Basin estimated to be around two million years old. The water’s also reputed to have therapeutic qualities. The point where the Barwon River joins the Darling River at Brewarrina was the furthest point which paddle-steamers could navigate up-stream on the Darling River system, leaving the town rich with fascinating history as well as indigenous heritage. On the Kamilaroi Highway 134km west of Walgett, Brewarrina has plenty to see and do, including following heritage trails, taking in museums and observing manmade fish traps which are estimated to be more than 40,000 years old. A short 98 kilometres west of Brewarrina to the town of Bourke, the gateway to the Outback and immortalised in the war of words between Banjo Paterson and Henry Lawson known as, The Bulletin Debate during the 1890’s. Once a major 19th century river port and trading post, Bourke is a classic outback town with European and Indigenous heritage, natural attractions and warm outback hospitality. Set among river red gums on the banks of the Darling River, the Back O’ Bourke Exhibition Centre explores the history and culture of the Darling River and its surroundings, with interactive tales of the paddleboat trade, the Indigenous people of the region, bush poets and Afghan cameleers. For those who wish to explore further, about 40 minutes’ drive from Bourke is

the vast Gundabooka National Park. An area rich in Aboriginal heritage, the park stretches across the plains from the Darling River and is home to Aboriginal rock art and the majestic Mount Gundabooka. You can also stay overnight in the historic Redbank Homestead or its Shearers’ Quarters. After a restful night, join the Louth Road off the Kidman Way about 4km south of Bourke. However, the road is unsealed, so it could be necessary to check road conditions with the local Visitor Information Centre, local council, police or motoring authority because roads in the area may be closed, particularly after rain. The road follows the southern bank of the river along the winding Darling River for the 95km journey to Louth where lunch is available at Shindy’s Inn on the river bank. Surrounded by photos of life on the Darling, the pub is known for its hospitality. Travellers in August also have an opportunity to experience the annual Louth Races when the town thrives with a population explosion and a hive of activity. A further 67km along the scenic Darling River Road is Tilpa, which, during the 1800’s was a busy port for the bustling river trade. The Tilpa Hotel is a classic timber pub, and walls inside are covered in travellers’ messages. Each year the pub’s owners make a substantial donation to the Royal Flying Doctor Service with funds collected from visitors who pay a fee to add to their contribution to the pub walls. Chat to the friendly locals as you tuck into steak sandwiches and a cold beer before retiring in the pub’s comfortable accommodation after an enjoyable day along the river. A significant industry surrounding the Darling River since Europeans moved into the region is wool and this is made very evident at Trilby Station situated between Louth and Tilpa. A working sheep station, Trilby was once a part of the legendary million-acre Dunlop Station, which was the first place in the world to complete a sheep shearing by mechanical means in 1888. It’s also reputed to be the backdrop for the song, Click Goes the Shears and the event of the great shearers’ strike of 1891. Trilby Station is 320,000 acres (almost 130,000 hectares) and runs around 24,000 Merino sheep and an extensive goat enterprise. The Murray family are your hosts and can trace their settlement on the Darling River near Louth back six generations. Trilby Station offers fully renovated Stockman’s Cottages and the new Shearer’s Bunkhouse. There are also powered caravan sites and secluded river campsites dotted among age old river gums on the banks of the Darling River. For those enjoying an extended stay, the area is rich with birdlife making it a great destination for camping and bushwalking. Whether staying at Trilby Station or the Tilpa Hotel an early morning trip along the River for 137 kilometres to Wilcannia

results in some spectacular scenery as the sun creeps over the eastern horizon. Wilcannia was another of Australia’s busy inland ports, leaving a number of heritage buildings following the demise of the paddle steamer. Among the attractions is the heritage listed Athenaeum Library built in 1883, which today is the town’s Pioneer Museum, where the Wilcannia Historical Society Guide Book is available. The book provides details of Wilcannia’s major buildings, such as the Club Hotel which dates from 1879 and others from the 1880’s, including the post office and its attached residence, the courthouse, police station and the police residence. A worthwhile detour is the nearby opal mining town of White Cliffs about 50 kilometres north of Wilcannia and the Paroo-Darling National Park which is a further 50 kilometres and area of outstanding beauty where there are opportunities to swim, fish and relax by the river, or take an overnight stay at the Coach and Horses campground to spend more time enjoying the area. The section from Wilcannia to Menindee can be travelled on either the western or eastern side of the Darling River although the western side of the river is more frequently used and takes in the oasis of Copi Hollow and past the Explorers Tree engraved by Bourke and Wills and Menindee Lakes Storages Dam Wall. Situated between the birdwatchers’ paradise of Kinchega National Park wetlands and the Darling River, Menindee is a wonderful base to enjoy stunning natural attractions, captivating history and warm hospitality. Enjoy a meal and stay in Maidens Menindee Hotel, the second oldest pub in NSW and formally known as Pain’s Hotel where explorers Burke and Wills rested in 1860 during their ill-fated trip to cross Australia from Melbourne to the Gulf of Carpentaria. Menindee Lakes is something of a desert oasis with an abundance of wildflowers and orchards and opportunities for photographing stunning sunsets over the lakes while fishing for perch at dinner before spending the night explorer-style at Pamamaroo Creek’s Burke and Wills campsite. The explorers actually reached the Darling River near present day Pooncarie, where they camped for almost two weeks.

Once a port for the paddle steamer trade, Pooncarie is upstream from the spectacular Mungo National Park. While not on the Darling River Run, the park offers fascinating features such as ancient Lake Mungo, the resting place of 42,000-yearold Mungo Lady and Mungo Man and the magnificent Walls of China formations which stretch along the eastern side of the lakebed. The Darling River finally meets the River Murray at the historic river port of Wentworth, where there are still opportunities to cruise aboard riverboats. Once Australia’s busiest inland port plying trade along both the Darling and the Murray for the former colonies of NSW and Victoria, the Wentworth area has been an important meeting place for many thousands of years and is rich in flora, wildlife, birdlife and history. The town is also home to the Australian Inland Botanic Gardens, and a rose garden featuring more than 1600 colour coordinated bushes. There’s also a children’s garden with play equipment made by local volunteers and school students from recycled materials. There are also opportunities to enjoy a scenic cruise aboard the PS Ruby paddlesteamer from the Port of Wentworth, hire houseboats and indulge in wine tasting at Trentham Estate Winery and many other vineyards in the area. The area is famous also for the Perry Sandhills which are ancient dunes formed by winds over thousands of years and are rich with aboriginal significance. They have yielded also the ancient remains of giant animals which once lived in the area, life-sized replicas of which are at the Wentworth Pioneer Museum. The Museum also contains an eclectic collection of 3000 artefacts covering all aspects of the region’s history and some very unique replicas of Australian ancient megafauna. About 30 kilometres east of Wentworth at Buronga on the banks of the River Murray is the Mildura Holden Motor Museum, which is home to Ron Morello’s private collection of Holden cars, station wagons and utes. The collection includes the very first 48-215 right through to the latest Monaro and Statesman. So, for a nicely rounded tour lasting about four days or more take a trip along the Darling River and experience Australia’s true outback. *Source: Geoscience Australia.

Perry Sandills. Image: Desitination NSW

Lake Mungo Landscape. Image: Desitination NSW


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Theatre for life LIVING WELL

Jacob Saggers

THEATRE can provide children with more than just acting skills, confidence and improved speech. Depending on the subject, theatre can help them explore kindness, humility, greed, conflict, friendship, bravery, poverty versus wealth, honesty, ambition, failure and success, all within the safety of role play. These are concepts that children are innately aware of, and are themes present throughout Roald Dahl’s book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Local theatre aficionado, Louise Blackett, has her troupe finely tuned for her latest play based on the popular children’s classic. She understands the importance of theatre, seeing firsthand how it has changed the lives of those who have participated. “Theatre is great for children’s confidence. It’s not only lots of fun, they must also be very disciplined. And I’ve seen that confidence and discipline develop both on and off the stage,” Louise explained. As a young adult Louise studied professional theatre for three-and-a-half years at the National Theatre in Melbourne and went on to train at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and at Trinity College London - Drama and Speech. Louise would eventually find herself in Wagga, and in 1961 opened the Louise Montgomery School of Speech and Drama. “I’ve been teaching theatre for more than 50 years and children’s theatre has always been my passion. I love working with kids, they are so out there, rowdy and

fabulous,” Louise said. Today her school is known as the Theatre Workshop and her students put on multiple productions each year. Louise understands that acting as a profession may not be the most suitable path to follow. “I don’t promote acting for a career. If you want to be the poorest paid person, well acting might be for you. But I do think that acting and theatre is an enormous help to children,” she said. Pupils at the Theatre Workshop say the classes have helped them gain confidence. “This is my second term here at the Theatre Workshop. In my first term I was

very nervous, but that is not a problem for me anymore. Being in these plays has helped me project my voice, which I now do confidently at school. I’m no longer nervous when I have to speak in front of the class,” Meg explained. “When I first started here at the Theatre Workshop, I was, believe it or not, quite shy. I would still talk to people, but I was nervous talking to those I didn’t know very well. Now I might just see a stranger on the street and start chatting with them,” Makenzie said. Louise was five years old when her pre-school teacher entered her into an eisteddfod.

“Those that have performed in eisteddfods understand how lonely and terribly starchy they can be. There is too much emphasis on winning. I couldn’t look at these beautiful children and give any one of them first prize. I think they’re all firsts. If somebody is judged like that, it can give them a complex,” Louise concluded. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will be performed at Wagga’s Basement Theatre until Sunday 15 July with sessions at 11.00am and 2.00pm each day expect Saturday and Sunday when the performance at 2.00pm only. Tickets can only be purchased at the door and are $8.00 for both adults and children.

Louise Blackett (left) with Theatre Workshop troupe.

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LIVING WELL

Sustainable style is the new green Virginia Gawler A SHARED love of style and a commitment to sustainability has inspired three women to host a workshop in Wagga later this month around the theme of slow fashion. Designer, Melissa Weis, mobile makeup artist and personal stylist, Ali Swanston, and accessories designer and maker, Sarah Conners, have pooled their collective passion for fashion and creativity to organise A Day of Fire Side Style with Kildary Valley and Friends at Wagga’s Mates Gully Café, on Friday 27 July. The team will share their tips on makeup, accessorising successfully and how to add style to a wardrobe with exquisitely tailored pieces from Melissa’s new Kildary Valley clothing collection. The day will include two style workshops with Melissa, Ali and Sarah from 11.00am until noon and from 2.00pm until 3.00pm, which will be accompanied by wine and a delicious selection of fresh food from the cafe’s farm at Mates Gully. “The Fire Side Style Day is about introducing and sharing with others who are passionate about the slow path,” Melissa explained. Melissa will be showing her new range of slow clothing inspired by her life, family and home on the farm at Kildary Valley, between Beckom and West Wyalong. The range will include beautifully structured and timeless clothing such as classic jackets, trousers, shirts and dresses, all of which are made in a small factory in Melbourne. “The inspiration for my own designs comes out of a love of all things beautiful and a rejection of the idea of in and out which is perpetuated by fast fashion,” Melissa said. “The idea of slow fashion as opposed to fast fashion is really important to me because it means the garment itself is an item of integrity from start to finish. We can buy vast quantities of things for very little while we are oblivious to how it was made,” Melissa said. Workshop co-presenter, Sarah Conners, is now stocking Melissa’s clothing at her boutique store, Sarah Conners in Hawthorn East, Melbourne. “Melissa’s clothes are truly beautiful. The range features hand-loomed cottons, beautiful British wools and European

linens in elegant designs with a twist of whimsy,” Sarah said. Sarah shares Melissa’s passion for ethically and sustainably crafted products which are not driven by trends or fashion seasons and cycles. Her accessories label, Sarah Conners, was launched with a clear vision to create beautifully designed, practical and simple accessories for remarkable women. Each piece, whether it is a leather bag or jewellery, is individually crafted by hand in her Melbourne studio. “I believe good design enhances women’s lives, their wardrobe and their personal style,” Sarah said. Sarah will have a selection of bags and jewellery on hand for the styling workshop to show how they work with Melissa’s clothes. “You don’t need to own too many accessories. It’s about buying less, but buying quality which works for your lifestyle,” Sarah said. Mobile makeup artist and founder of Gypsygirl Beauty, Ali, will share her talent for personal style makeovers with workshop participants. Ali, who lives on a farm near Temora, is also passionate about sustainable personal styling and ethical fashion and was so

Transported to the Faraway Tree Jo Wilson; Essential Wisdom

WHEN I was growing up I used to visit Mrs Smith. Now Mrs Smith was really old, although she probably was my age now, but to a young girl, that’s really old. One day she took me for a walk in her back garden and for those who can remember all house blocks were a quarter of an acre. In Mrs Smith’s back yard every inch was planted with violets. I stood transfixed, delighted at the dark purple and green and the sweet, delicate smell – I thought I had arrived in fairyland. And while I relished that garden and

allowed my mind to wander off (think Enid Blyton’s Faraway Tree) into places unexplored, it is only in recent years I have a true appreciation of, and a yearning for, that same scene. Viola odorata and Viola tricolour are two of the most wonderful medicines and essences I make. Sweet Violet (odorata) is used by herbalists as a cough remedy as well as for other respiratory conditions, while Viola tricolour, which is also called heartsease, is used as an anti-inflammatory especially for skin conditions such as eczema, acne, impetigo, psoriasis, and cradle cap. A tea can be made from the leaves and flowers with these spent plants being used as a poultice on skin conditions. Heartsease strengthens the heart and the nervous system and quenches the fire of anger and irritation. The flowers of both violets are edible and make a stunning addition to drinks and salads. And both flowers make the most divine flower essence. Folk lore of old states that when violet and lavender flowers are mixed together they act as a powerful love stimulant. And if you gather the first violet in Spring then your dearest wish will be granted. Ancient Greeks wore the violet to calm tempers and induce sleep. Bring on spring and come and see me for a love potion.

shocked by what she learned on last year’s ABC’s War on Waste TV series with Craig Reucassel that she pledged to not buy retail fashion clothing for herself for 12 months. “I love fashion, but I felt so horrible

about the ethical and waste issues which are part of the mass produced, fast fashion epidemic that I decided to only buy clothes at vintage or op. shops for one year,” Ali said.

Who’s to blame? Steve Barker: I am Enough Coaching

BLAME is such a disempowering mindset, yet it is a common behaviour. What do we actually achieve from blame as it achieves nothing, it results in nothing, and gives us nothing other than an easy way out. But, blame takes away so much, including our integrity and self-worth which, in turn, erodes our self-confidence. If it is of such little benefit, why do we resort to it so much? Because it is the easy option. I have said it before and I will say it again; humans are the laziest species on the planet. Do you ever see a lion blaming its pack for not making a kill, or saying that it could have run faster, or that a bush got in the way during a chase? No, it accepts that what happened has happened and gets straight back to the hunt. Becoming aware of blame and its toxic results and the way that it impacts are the first stages of eliminating it from your life. Once you are aware that you are actually using blame, this is the point when you can dig deep inside yourself and become curious as to how you can actually take responsibility.

Because, ultimately, we are responsible for how we think, react, respond, act, behave and the outcomes and consequences of all of those things. Therefore, we hold the key to accepting responsibility for everything in our life and not blaming others, or circumstances, government or the weather. Here is my challenge; next time you are blaming something or someone, think about how you can accept responsibility for your thoughts and how you can change them. Do you accept the challenge? It will not be easy, but anything worthwhile having is never easy.


Friday, 13 July, 2018 - Your Local Wagga Weekly

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The MUlTiPles daily doUble . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 9 QUadrella . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 7, 8, 9 early QUadrella . . . . . 2, 3, 4, 5 big 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 FirsT FoUr . . . . . . . . . .All RAces

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11.35

Australian Turf Club Handicap

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141 21 14s2 3s322 63 6 00s25 0s9 s6562 65s0

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TAB Highway Handicap

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Apprentices can claim 3yo & up class 2 $60,000 1.

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The Fire TrAp w (3) M J Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Bowman 58 3.40 MAsTer Ash w (7) G Waterhouse & A Bott . . . . . . T Clark 57 .5 5 .50 LAburnuM w (4) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . . B Avdulla 55 4 .20 TAcTicAL ForMATion bh (6) G A Ryan . . . . . . . . B Shinn 55 9 .00 horn (8) Bjorn Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Collett 54 .5 15 .00 nobu h (2) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 .5 11 .00 rock Zone h (9) David Payne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Ford 53 .5 5 .00 hosTwin epAnoui h (10) G W Moore . . . . . . . . A Adkins 53 .5 101 .00 cosiMo (1) Lauri Wray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 .5 21 .00 pLenTy h (5) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 .5 21 .00 The Fire TrAp, Master Ash, Tactical Formation, Laburnum

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WeaTher / TraCK / rail

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1 357s6 upscALe cdw (10) K A Lees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Collett 60 2 34801 in TiMes oF wAr dw (2) C J Waller . .S R Weatherley (a2) 59 .5 3 6s384 diFFicuLT To geT cw (5) J N Englebrecht . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Van Overmeire (a2) 58 .5 4 s11s0 once More A LAdy d (7) Joseph Pride . . . . . . B Avdulla 57 .5 5 0s835 sMArT AMeLiA w (6) Bjorn Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Shinn 57 .5 6 1s11 ALAssio dw (1) G Waterhouse & A Bott . . . . Ms R King (a) 57 7 11311 And so iT goes w (9) G K White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T Clark 57 8 s7700 worLd oF hope dwn (11) D Binaisse . . . . . . Ms K O’Hara 55 .5 9 639s5 duchess pedriLLe dwn (12) R J Quinton . . . . . A Adkins 55 10 122s1 girL in A MiLLion w (8) S W Edmonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 .5 11 413s1 highwAy sixTysix w (4) D A Williams . . . . scrATched 12 339s6 MoccAsin Miss d (3) G Portelli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 ALAssio, in Times of war, girl in A Million, And so it goes

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hiFLyer dw (1) P W Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Parkes widgee TurF dwn (10) Patrick Payne . . . . . . . . . . W Egan dreAMForce td (17) John Thompson . . . . . . . B Avdulla TesTAshAdow tcdw (11) G Portelli . . . . . . . . . . J Collett chAMois roAd dw (2) Patrick Payne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . goLd syMphony tdw (7) P & P Snowden . . . . . . . . . . . . . shirAZ tw (5) Ms K Waugh . . . . . . . . .J Van Overmeire (a) dArk eyes tdwn (6) G Waterhouse & A Bott . J Mc Donald invinZAbeeL tcdwh (15) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . B Shinn MighTy Lucky tdw (13) F T Cowell . . . . . . . . . C O’Brien eMperor’s wAy t (9) P & P Snowden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dAnish TwisT dw (12) K A Lees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . speciAL MissiLe twb (3) John Thompson . . . . . . . . . . . . eMergencies sir bAcchus tcwhn (4) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Ford sALsonic (8) J C Coyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FLow cdw (16) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . oLd norTh tdb (14) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . widgee TurF, dreamforce, Flow, hiflyer

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tab.com.au Handicap

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highwAy sixTysix w (3) D A Williams . . . . . . . . . B Shinn 59 rekindLed Force w (1) Paul Messara . . . . . . . . . T Clark 58 .5 bon ALLen d (7) S C Jones . . . . . . . . Ms C R Van Der Werf 57 peTrA JeweL (9) Ms J Clement . . . . . . . . .Ms M Weir (a3) 56 .5 goT noThing dw (11) G R Wright . . . . . . . . scrATched iT’s business TiMe (8) A L McRae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 .5 roMAn Typhoon w (6) Ms J Bowen . . . . . . . . . B Avdulla 55 LuLu rAeZ d (4) Kurt Goldman . . . . . . . . . . . Ms K Nisbet 54 .5 drAgoneighT w (2) Luke A Thomas . . . . . . . . . . J Adams 54 .5 MAgic beneTeAu dwb (10) T S Howlett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S R Weatherley (a2) 54 11 86s02 MyrisTicA (5) D A Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 rekindLed Force, highway sixtysix, Lulu raez, petra Jewel

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#theraces Handicap

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brATisLAvA tbn (7) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 reAch For heAven tdw (9) K A Lees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 LeveL eighT (12) P & P Snowden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 .5 sTAr oF Monsoon h (2) G A Ryan . . . . . . . . J Mc Donald 59 sMArTedge d (6) P & P Snowden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 MishAni sLeuTh dw (3) S W Edmonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 ebenos db (8) Ms K Gavenlock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 .5 nic’s vendeTTA db (13) T S Howlett . . . .Ms M Weir (a3) 56 pro consuL w (5) G D Hickman . . . .S R Weatherley (a2) 55 .5 gAdFLy dw (11) P M Perry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Innes Jnr 55 pAreT h (10) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Ford 53 .5 MisTer MArMALAde (4) D A Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 .5 koTinos dw (1) Nick Mitchell . . . . . . . . . .Ms R Hunt (a3) 53 sTAr oF Monsoon, gadfly, Level eight, reach For heaven

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Sydney West App

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AsTerius twhn (2) C J Waller . . . . . . .S R Weatherley (a2) 62 JoLLy honour wh (1) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . .J Bowman 59 Monsieur sisu w (4) W P Cave . . . . . . . . .Ms R Hunt (a3) 59 LAusseL w (3) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Shinn 58 booMTown rAT (5) Edward O’Rourke . . . .A Hyeronimus 57 Foreign TerriTory wb (6) G Waterhouse & A Bott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T Clark 57 bochy (9) K A Lees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Collett 56 .5 cAsA de LAgo w (7) Patrick Payne . . . . . . . . . . . . W Egan 56 The MAcALLAn wbh (10) C J Waller . . . . . . . J Mc Donald 55 .5 deFT w (8) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Avdulla 55 subbAn (11) Bryce Heys . . . . . . . . . .J Van Overmeire (a2) 53 AsTerius, Foreign Territory, Jolly honour, Monsieur sisu

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gear Changes RACE 1: (9) Cosimo blinkers off first time, cross-over noseband on first time RACE 2: (2) Rekindled Force blinkers on first time, gelded; (7) Roman Typhoon winkers on first time RACE 3: (7) Bochy blinkers on first time; (9) The Macallan gelded, lugging bit on first time RACE 4: (1) Upscale blinkers on first time; (7) And So It Goes ear muffs prerace only on first time; (8) World Of Hope hoof pads off again RACE 5: (3) Level Eight cross-over noseband off again; (11) Paret gelded RACE 6: (13) Royal Stamp tongue-tie off first time RACE 7: (1) Hiflyer gelded; (10) Mighty Lucky blinkers on again RACE 8: (10) Insensata blinkers off first time; (14) Ziggy Willie blinkers off first time, winkers on again RACE 9: (1) Green Sweet off-side bubble cheeker off first time; (18) Travancore winkers on again

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Race 1

1400m

11.35

1. The Fire TrAp (M J Dunn) 2g By Sizzling - Rasteira (3:2-0-0): (Shifted out near post .) Cd 57 .5kg(13) 2-1/2 len 4th Unconditional(56kg) 1100m 1:04 .68 Ipswich 2yo Hcp Soft(5) trk June 16 . Cd 56 .5kg(11) 1/2 len win Unconditional, Winter Passage 1200m 1:14 .55 Sunshine Coast 2yo Hcp Heavy(8) trk June 30 . 2. MAsTer Ash (G Waterhouse & A Bott) 2c By Sebring - Hanky Panky (2:1-1-0): Cd 58kg(1) 1-1/4 len 2nd Screen Shot(57kg) 1000m 59 .55 Kembla Grange 2yo Mdn Soft(6) trk June 16 . Cd 57 .5kg(11) 3/4 len win Sneaking To Win, Napoleon Solo 1250m 1:15 .85 C’bury 2yo C&G Mdn Soft(7) trk July 4 . 3. LAburnuM (James Cummings) 2f By Denman - Runes (3:1-1-0): Cd 56 .5kg(8) 2-1/4 len 4th Onthetake(54kg) 1400m 1:24 .04 Newcastle 2yo Hcp Good(4) trk Mar 9 . Cd 56kg(1) 5-1/4 len 2nd Smart Melody(56kg) 1100m 1:05 .34 C’bury 2yo Hcp Soft(6) trk June 27 . 4. TAcTicAL ForMATion (G A Ryan) 2g By Mossman - Attunga Rose (5:0-22): (Slowly away .) Cd 55 .5kg(9) 1/2 len 2nd Blazeray(58 .5kg) 1300m 1:16 .24 Hawkesbury Mdn Good(3) trk May 10 . Cd 57kg(5) 1/2 hd 2nd Temeyez(57kg) 1600m 1:40 .09 Gosford 2yo Mdn Good(4) trk May 31 . 5. horn (Bjorn Baker) 2g By Snitzel Sucker Punch (2:0-0-1): (Inquiry into performance . Rider - didn’t handle going . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 56kg(7) 4-3/4 len 6th Thinkin’ Big(56kg) 1100m 1:07 .91 C’bury 2yo C&G Mdn Heavy(9) trk June 20 . Cd 57kg(7) len sht nk 3rd Aliferous(55kg), Rectitude 1200m 1:12 .81 Newcastle 2yo Mdn Good(4) trk July 7 .

6. nobu (C J Waller) 2c By Reliable Man (GB) - Royal Prize (NZ) (1:0-0-0): (Hampered at start . Checked near 1000m . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 57kg(4) 5-1/2 len 6th Master Ash(57 .5kg) 1250m 1:15 .85 C’bury 2yo C&G Mdn Soft(7) trk July 4 . 7. rock Zone (David Payne) 2g By All Too Hard - Rock Me Baby (6:0-1-1): Cd 56kg(1) 1/2 nk 2nd Thinkin’ Big(56kg) 1100m 1:07 .91 C’bury 2yo C&G Mdn Heavy(9) trk June 20 . (Jumped awkwardly .) Cd 54 .5kg(9) 4-3/4 len 5th Helaku(55 .5kg) 1200m 1:13 .40 R’wick 2yo Hcp Soft(7) trk July 7 . 8. hosTwin epAnoui (G W Moore) 2g By More Than Ready (US) - Malapert (2:0-0-0): (Slowly away (2L) .) Cd 56 .5kg(2) 11-1/4 len Last Ringerdingding(56 .5kg) 1100m 1:05 .22 R’hill 2yo C&G Mdn Soft(7) trk Feb 28 . (Overraced middle stages . Hampered near 600m . Struck with another’s whip .) Cd 54kg(6) 10-1/4 len 9th Master Ash(57 .5kg) 1250m 1:15 .85 C’bury 2yo C&G Mdn Soft(7) trk July 4 . 9. cosiMo (Lauri Wray) 2c By Written Tycoon - Tuscan Haze (6:0-1-0): (Hampered early stages . Overraced early stages .) Cd 55kg(3) 6-1/4 len 6th The Big Vin(59kg) 1200m 1:11 .76 Newcastle Mdn Heavy(8) trk June 9 . (Overraced early stages .) Cd 56 .5kg(4) lg nk 2nd Mandalong Nicko(59kg) 1100m 1:04 .79 Wyong Mdn Plate Soft(7) trk June 26 . 10. pLenTy (C J Waller) 2c By Zoustar - Ubiquity (3:0-0-0): (Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 57kg(3) 4-1/2 len 5th Graff(58kg) 1100m 1:05 .08 R’hill 2yo Mdn Good(4) trk April 2 . (Overraced early, middle stages . Inquiry into performance . Vetted no abnormalities .) Cd 55 .5kg(1) 10-1/4 len 10th Master Ash(57 .5kg) 1250m 1:15 .85 C’bury 2yo C&G Mdn Soft(7) trk July 4 .

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beiJing boArd wn (14) James Cummings . Ms R King (a) chATeLArd twh (7) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MuTArAkeM dwhn (5) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AL gALAyeL b (9) C Maher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Shinn brAces w (1) G D Hickman . . . . . . . . .S R Weatherley (a2) MonAsTerio dwhn (2) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vAucLuse bAy tch (11) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . currAgh w (16) T Busuttin & N Young . . . .A Hyeronimus rAqeeq h (12) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . screAMArr w (3) A & E Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . A Adkins sweeT vicTory w (10) Mark Newnham . . . . . . . . T Clark roMAnce cAn cosTA w (4) Aaron Clarke . . . . . . . . . . . . royAL sTAMp (13) M C Conners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hypernicus dw (8) G G Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B Ryan (a3) eMergencies 15 21s11 AsTerius twhn (15) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 2s231 JoLLy honour dwh (6) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AL gALAyeL, chatelard, Asterius, vaucluse bay

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Legend: T – Won at track . c – Won at this distance on this course . d – Won at this distance on another course . w – Won in slow or heavy going . b – Beaten favourite at last start . h – Trained on track . n - Won at night . s – Spell of three months . F – Fell . p – Pulled up . L – Lost rider .

Race 2

1100m

12.10

1. highwAy sixTysix (D A Williams) 3f By Snippetson - Bluelake (5:2-0-1): (Laid out in straight .) Cd 51 .5kg(13) lg nk 1/2 len 3rd Tiger By The Tale(54 .5kg), Roseito 1400m 1:23 .62 R’hill 3yo+ Hcp (C3) Good(3) trk Nov 11 . Cd 56kg(7) sht nk win Nicconita, Jounama 1200m 1:14 .43 R’wick 3yo+ Highway-C2 Soft(7) trk July 7 . 2. rekindLed Force (Paul Messara) 3g By Redoute’s Choice - Rekindled Applause (GB) (3:2-0-0): (Inquiry into performance . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 52 .5kg(5) 5-1/2 len 4th Unforgotten(54 .5kg) 1300m 1:16 .88 R’hill 3yo (Bm75) Good(4) trk Nov 4 . sht nk 2nd Zestful 900m Cessnock Barrier Trial Soft(6) trk June 27 . 3. bon ALLen (S C Jones) 3g By Bon Hoffa - Star Of Ice (6:2-0-1): Cd 52 .5kg(8) 4-1/4 len 7th She Knows(59kg) 1100m 1:03 .04 Hawkesbury Highway-C3 Good(4) trk April 28 . Cd 59kg(3) 3/4 len win Happy Mo, Titus 1000m 58 .31 Muswellbrook Hcp (C1) Good(3) trk May 21 . 4. peTrA JeweL (Ms J Clement) 4m By Falvelon - Magic Millie (3:2-1-0): (Jumped awkwardly . Slowly away .) Cd 56 .5kg(6) lg nk 2nd Jack’s Image(55kg) 1000m 58 .03 Scone Hcp (C1) Good(4) trk June 1 . Cd 56kg(12) 3 len win Mock Song, Fiery Eminence 1000m 56 .99 Tamworth Hcp (C2) Good(3) trk June 19 . 5. goT noThing (G R Wright) 6g By May’haab - Eire Finesse (18:2-4-5): (Wide throughout .) Cd 58kg(9) hd nk 3rd Tiara Star(59kg), Sapience 1010m 57 .80 Dubbo Hcp (C3) Good(4) trk May 28 . (Slowly away . Overraced early, middle stages .) Cd 54 .5kg(3) 6-3/4 len 4th The Lion(56 .5kg) 1100m 1:06 .64 R’wick 3yo+ H’way-C3 Heavy(9) trk June 9 .

6. iT’s business TiMe (A L McRae) 6g By Court Of Jewels (NZ) - French Ash (11:21-1): (Shifted out concluding stages .) Cd 57 .5kg(5) 2 len win Casino Star, Find My Tail 1000m 57 .71 Narrandera Hcp (C1) Good(4) trk June 16 . Cd 57 .5kg(11) 5-1/4 len 5th Triple Shot(58kg) 1000m 57 .06 Corowa Hcp (C2) Good(4) trk July 3 . 7. roMAn Typhoon (Ms J Bowen) 3g By Roman Emperor (NZ) - Elle (7:1-0-1): (Blocked for run on straightening .) Cd 58kg(6) 2-1/4 len 4th The Big Vin(62kg) 1100m 1:04 .05 Scone E&G Hcp (C1) Good(4) trk June 25 . (Slowly away . Rider lost whip . Hampered concluding stages .) Cd 53kg(1) 3/4 len 4th Highway Sixtysix(56kg) 1200m 1:14 .43 R’wick 3yo+ Highway-C2 Soft(7) trk July 7 . 8. LuLu rAeZ (Kurt Goldman) 4m By Ready’s Image (US) - Little Lippy (10:21-2): Cd 55kg(1) 1-1/4 len win Simply Striking, Silver Comet 1080m 1:02 .25 Canberra Acton Hcp (C1) Synthetic trk June 8 . (Laid in in straight .) Cd 57kg(11) 2-1/2 len 2nd Stephan(61kg) 1080m 1:02 .93 Canberra Acton (Bm60) Synthetic trk June 22 . 9. drAgoneighT (Luke A Thomas) 3g By Hidden Dragon - You See A Star (14:20-1): Cd 55kg(3) 3 len win Traumatised, Shoreditch 1006m 1:01 .75 Port Macquarie Hcp (C1) Soft(6) trk June 17 . Cd 56 .5kg(7) 1-3/4 len 4th Lobban Hood(56 .5kg) 1007m 1:00 .37 Taree Hcp (C2) Soft(6) trk July 1 . 10. MAgic beneTeAu (T S Howlett) 4g By Beneteau - Michelle Magic (16:2-3-2): Cd 54kg(8) 3-3/4 len 5th Beauty Best(60 .5kg) 1100m 1:02 .82 Quirindi Hcp (C3) Good(3) trk May 18 . (Blundered during race .) Cd 59kg(4) sht nk 2nd Mac’s Reward(59kg) 1000m 57 .69 Quirindi (Bm55) Good(3) trk June 12 .

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This publication takes all care in compiling the TAb details but cannot accept any responsibility for any errors. readers are urged to check TAb information with the official lists before placing their bets. 11. MyrisTicA (D A Williams) 5m By Tickets - Four My Girls (19:2-5-2): (Hung out during race . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 56 .5kg(3) 9 len 10th Stephan(61kg) 1080m 1:02 .93 Canberra Acton (Bm60) Synthetic trk June 22 . Cd 58kg(6) 1-1/2 len 2nd Common Purpose(61kg) 1000m 58 .33 Goulburn (Bm55) Good(3) trk July 6 .

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1. AsTerius (C J Waller) 3g By Sebring Valentine Miss (5:3-2-0): Cd 59 .5kg(5) lg hd win Zidane, Barnabas 1400m 1:26 .20 Kembla Grange Hcp (C1) Soft(6) trk June 16 . (Slowly away (2L) .) Cd 56 .5kg(6) 1-1/4 len win Sparky Lad, Gresham 1500m 1:32 .57 R’hill 3yo (Bm80) Soft(7) trk June 30 . 2. JoLLy honour (C J Waller) 3g By Reliable Man (GB) - Vexed (8:2-3-2): Cd 56 .5kg(6) 4-1/4 len 3/4 len 3rd Gresham(57 .5kg), Revolver 1550m 1:32 .21 C’bury 3yo+ E&G (Bm75) Good(3) trk May 23 . Cd 58kg(7) 1/2 len win Laussel, Porky Pies 2000m 2:09 .72 R’wick 3yo (Bm72) Heavy(9) trk June 9 . 3. Monsieur sisu (W P Cave) 3g By Elvstroem - Lady In Paris (4:2-2-0): Cd 56kg(4) sht nk win I’m A Legend, Nautibernie 1550m 1:38 .07 C’bury 3yo Mdn Hcp Heavy(8) trk June 6 . Cd 56kg(6) nk win Boomtown Rat, Via Veneto 1900m 2:03 .47 C’bury 3yo (Bm70) Heavy(9) trk June 20 . 4. LAusseL (James Cummings) 3f By Animal Kingdom (US) - Moravany (8:32-1): Cd 56 .5kg(8) 1/2 len 2nd Jolly Honour(58kg) 2000m 2:09 .72 R’wick 3yo (Bm72) Heavy(9) trk June 9 . Cd 56kg(5) lg hd win Hammond Lane, He’s A Given 1550m 1:36 .60 C’bury 3yo+ (Bm75) Soft(6) trk July 4 .

5. booMTown rAT (Edward O’Rourke) 3g By Rock ‘n’ Pop - Irish Belle (NZ) (9:2-2-1): (Slowly away .) Cd 58 .5kg(5) 2-1/2 len 5th Sweet Victory(58 .5kg) 1600m 1:39 .56 W Farm 3yo (Bm70) Soft(6) trk May 30 . (Lost a plate .) Cd 58 .5kg(9) nk 2nd Monsieur Sisu(56kg) 1900m 2:03 .47 C’bury 3yo (Bm70) Heavy(9) trk June 20 . 6. Foreign TerriTory (G Waterhouse & A Bott) 3g By Tavistock (NZ) - Pinzee (NZ) (3:1-1-0): Cd 58kg(4) 3 len win The Bald Eagle, Time Of Glory 1400m 1:22 .38 Randwick-Kensington 3yo C&G Mdn Soft(6) trk June 11 . Cd 57kg(9) 1-1/4 len 2nd Deft(53 .5kg) 1550m 1:35 .07 C’bury 3yo+ (Bm74) Soft(6) trk June 27 . 7. bochy (K A Lees) 3g By Myboycharlie (IR) - Kanyini (13:4-1-3): Cd 61kg(6) nk win Hot Pistol, Spinning Gold 1500m 1:32 .53 Muswellbrook (Bm65) Good(4) trk June 17 . (Inquiry into performance .) Cd 55 .5kg(11) 1/2 nk 1-1/4 len 3rd Romance Can Costa(53kg), Balmain Boy 1900m 2:01 .10 C’bury 3yo+ (Bm75) Soft(6) trk July 4 . 8. cAsA de LAgo (Patrick Payne) 3f By Delago Deluxe - Miss Cacciatore (16:34-1): (Slowly away (2L) . Failed due to track condition .) Cd 57 .5kg(6) 3/4 len win Mintha, Think Diamonds 1600m 1:40 .70 M Valley 3yo F (Bm70) Soft(7) trk June 27 . Cd 58kg(9) 1-3/4 len 2nd Mintha(57kg) 1600m 1:37 .93 F’ton Rivette Final Good(4) trk July 7 . 9. The MAcALLAn (C J Waller) 3g By Rock ‘n’ Pop - Wee Tipple (NZ) (5:2-0-0): Cd 57kg(7) 3 len 4th Major Tom(56kg) 1600m 1:36 .72 Ruakaka (Bm75) Dead(5) trk June 16 . 1-1/4 len 4th Single Bullet 807m W Farm Barrier Trial Soft(6) trk July 6 .

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sr 10. Deft (James Cummings) 3f By Exceed And Excel - Dextrous (5:2-0-2): (Blocked for run on straightening.) Cd 55kg(5) 3/4 len 3/4 len 3rd Popular(57kg), Oria 1300m 1:18.37 W Farm 3yo+ F&M (Bm74) Heavy(8) trk June 13. Cd 53.5kg(4) 1-1/4 len win Foreign Territory, Shadal 1550m 1:35.07 C’bury 3yo+ (Bm74) Soft(6) trk June 27. 11. Subban (Bryce Heys) 3g By Savabeel Vogue (NZ) (6:2-0-1): Cd 53kg(1) 3-3/4 len 5th Live And Free(56.5kg) 2000m 2:04.39 R’wick 3yo (Bm79) Good(4) trk May 26. Cd 52kg(9) 4-1/4 len 7th Jolly Honour(58kg) 2000m 2:09.72 R’wick 3yo (Bm72) Heavy(9) trk June 9.

Race 4

1100m

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1. upScale (K A Lees) 5m By Exceed And Excel - Expensive (GB) (13:4-0-2): (Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.) Cd 58.5kg(5) 3-3/4 len 7th Memes(58kg) 1100m 1:05.17 R’wick 3yo+ F&M (Bm85) Good(4) trk July 22. (Lacerations.) Cd 60.5kg(4) 7-3/4 len Last Gala Moshea(50kg) 1100m 1:06.65 R’hill 3yo+ F&M (Bm80) Soft(7) trk June 30. 2. In tImeS Of War (C J Waller) 4m By Street Cry (IR) - Military Rose (20:39-2): Cd 55.5kg(10) 4-1/2 len 13th Epidemic(54kg) 1200m 1:12.47 Sunshine Coast Helen Coughlan Soft(6) trk June 2. Cd 59.5kg(3) len win Absolutlypositivly, On The Spot 1100m 1:03.88 Gold Coast Hcp (C4) Good(4) trk June 16. 3. DIffIcult tO Get (J N Englebrecht) 4m By Tickets - Stellana (25:6-6-3): (Vetted no abnormalities.) Cd 53.5kg(13) 5 len 8th Albumin(53kg) 1100m 1:04.83 R’hill 3yo+ (Bm89) Good(4) trk June 16. (Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.) Cd 59.5kg(6) 4-1/4 len 4th Gala Moshea(50kg) 1100m 1:06.65 R’hill 3yo+ F&M (Bm80) Soft(7) trk June 30. 4. Once mOre a laDy (Joseph Pride) 4m By Congrats (US) - Lady Hepburn (NZ) (14:3-2-1): (Slowly away. Overraced middle stages. Vetted - no abnormalities.) Cd 53kg(4) 17-1/2 len Last Jungle Edge(60.5kg) 1100m 1:05.21 R’wick June Stakes Heavy(9) trk June 9. 2-1/2 len 5th Memes 807m W Farm Barrier Trial Soft(6) trk July 6. 5. Smart amelIa (Bjorn Baker) 4m By Smart Missile - My Amelia (16:1-15): (Eased near 600m. Inconvenienced near 100m.) Cd 54kg(11) 3 len 5th Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5. 2-1/4 len 6th Redouble 910m R’hill Barrier Trial Soft(7) trk June 25. 6. alaSSIO (G Waterhouse & A Bott) 4m By Foxwedge - Cinque (3:3-0-0): Cd 57kg(7) 2-1/2 len win See The Show, Miss Faith 1100m 1:03.68 Wyong F&M (Bm70) Soft(5) trk May 3. Cd 55.5kg(7) lg nk win Bella Success, Bella Vella 1100m 1:03.61 Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ F&M-Bm78 Soft(5) trk June 11. 7. anD SO It GOeS (G K White) 4m By Snitzel - Peace Academy (7:4-0-2): Cd 55.5kg(2) 2 len win Odds Or Evens, All Stand 900m 52.73 Newcastle Hcp (C4) Soft(5) trk May 8. 1/2 hd 1/2 len 3rd Notre Reve, Marrock 760m Hawkesbury Barrier Trial Soft(6) trk June 26. 8. WOrlD Of HOpe (D Binaisse) 5m By Spinning World (US) - Tis Hopeful (24:45-2): (Jumped awkwardly. Blocked for run in straight.) Cd 54kg(2) 4-3/4 len 10th Showpero(58kg) 1000m 59.81 M Valley 4yo+ M (Bm84) Soft(6) trk June 16. (Jumped awkwardly. Wide throughout. Lacerations.) Cd 54kg(7) 6-1/2 len Last Belwazi(53.5kg) 1000m 1:00.77 M Valley (Bm84) Soft(7) trk June 27. 9. DucHeSS peDrIlle (R J Quinton) 4m By Hinchinbrook - Mamzelle Pedrille (14:24-1): (Hampered near 800m.) Cd 53kg(12) 3-3/4 len 9th Faraway Town(53.5kg) 1200m 1:10.34 R’wick Triscay Stks Good(4) trk Feb 17. Cd 55.5kg(1) 6-1/4 len 5th Gala Moshea(50kg) 1100m 1:06.65 R’hill 3yo+ F&M (Bm80) Soft(7) trk June 30. 10. GIrl In a mIllIOn (S W Edmonds) 3f By Your Song - Calming (8:4-2-0): Cd 54kg(2) 3/4 len 2nd Ice Frost(54kg) 1050m 1:00.32 D’ben (Rs0mw) Good(4) trk Oct 14. Cd 58kg(2) 2-1/2 len win The Lion, Leica’s Lass 1000m 57.53 Tamworth (Bm65) Soft(5) trk June 29. 11. HIGHWay SIxtySIx (D A Williams) 3f By Snippetson - Bluelake (5:2-0-1): (Laid out in straight.) Cd 51.5kg(13) lg nk 1/2 len 3rd Tiger By The Tale(54.5kg), Roseito 1400m 1:23.62 R’hill 3yo+ Hcp (C3) Good(3) trk Nov 11. Cd 56kg(7) sht nk win Nicconita, Jounama 1200m 1:14.43 R’wick 3yo+ Highway-C2 Soft(7) trk July 7. 12. mOccaSIn mISS (G Portelli) 4m By Stratum - Moccasin Bend (13:2-1-3): (Checked near 400m. Checked near 200m. Lame after race.) Cd 55kg(4) 7-3/4 len Last Serene Miss(56.5kg) 1100m 1:05.97 C’bury 4yo+ M (Bm77) Soft(6) trk Feb 21. (Checked near 200m.) Cd 55.5kg(4) 2-3/4 len 6th Unwise(54kg) 1100m 1:06.60 C’bury 3yo+ F&M (Bm76) Soft(6) trk July 4.

Race 5

1200m

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1. bratISlava (James Cummings) 4g By Medaglia D’Oro (US) - Moravany (14:53-1): Cd 56.5kg(7) 1-3/4 len 5th Lofty’s Menu(55.5kg) 1350m 1:20.82 R’hill 3yo+ (Bm89) Good(3) trk Feb 24. sht nk 1/2 len 3rd Kooza, Fluidity 1030m R’hill Barrier Trial Soft(7) trk June 25. 2. reacH fOr Heaven (K A Lees) 4g By Savabeel - Eloa (NZ) (16:4-2-3): Cd 57.5kg(4) 2-3/4 len 7th Princess Posh(54kg) 1400m 1:22.95 Newcastle Champ. Qual-C5 Good(4) trk Mar 31. sht nk 4 len 3rd Zestful, Rekindled Force 900m Cessnock Barrier Trial Soft(6) trk June 27. 3. level eIGHt (P & P Snowden) 5g By High Chaparral (IR) - Sky Queen (NZ) (23:3-9-6): Cd 55kg(6) 1-3/4 len 4th Peacock(54.5kg) 1350m 1:20.68 R’hill 3yo+ (Bm89) Good(4) trk Mar 17. 1-1/2 len 2nd We Have Lift Off 1000m Hawkesbury Barrier Trial Soft(6) trk June 26. 4. Star Of mOnSOOn (G A Ryan) 4g By Lonhro - Monsoon Wedding (21:2-86): (Hampered concluding stages.) Cd 60.5kg(1) 1/2 hd 2nd Tip Top(58.5kg) 1400m 1:23.20 W Farm 3yo+ (Bm75) Soft(5) trk Mar 7. 3-1/2 len 4th Religify 1030m R’hill Barrier Trial Soft(7) trk June 8. 5. SmarteDGe (P & P Snowden) 3g By Smart Missile - Couredge (9:2-2-1): (Slowly away. Inquiry into performance. Blocked for run in straight.) Cd 59.5kg(5) 2-1/4 len 4th Dawn Dawn(56kg) 1200m 1:11.36 R’hill 3yo (Bm76) Good(4) trk June 2. 1/2 hd 2nd Rebel Miss 1050m R’wick Barrier Trial Heavy(9) trk June 29.

6. mISHanI SleutH (S W Edmonds) 4g By Falvelon - Mishani Shiva (30:5-6-4): (Inconvenienced on straightening.) Cd 57kg(9) 3-3/4 len 10th Mr Bellagio(54kg) 1350m 1:22.37 D’ben (Bm75) Soft(6) trk Mar 31. 1-1/2 len 2nd Attila 1000m Tamworth Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk June 29. 7. ebenOS (Ms K Gavenlock) 4g By I Am Invincible - Pure Ebony (18:2-4-3): Cd 57.5kg(10) 3-3/4 len sht nk 3rd Easy Eddie(59kg), Wander 1100m 1:03.06 Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ E&G (Bm78) Soft(5) trk June 11. Cd 61.5kg(7) 3/4 len len 3rd Emperor Harada(56kg), Little Steiny 1200m 1:14.33 Gosford Hcp (C2) Heavy(8) trk July 3. 8. nIc’S venDetta (T S Howlett) 5g By Nicconi - Sweet Revenge (NZ) (25:4-9-4): (Hampered near 400m.) Cd 57kg(9) 2 len 2nd Soothing(58kg) 1100m 1:05W Farm 3yo+ (Bm72) Soft(6) trk May 30. (Wide throughout.) Cd 58.5kg(10) 3-1/2 len 5th Epic Dan(57.5kg) 1108m 1:08.68 Port Macquarie Open Hcp Soft(6) trk June 26. 9. prO cOnSul (G D Hickman) 8g By Reset - More Laurels (52:10-10-3): Cd 54.5kg(3) 6-1/4 len 11th Top Striker(57kg) 1100m 1:04.92 R’hill 3yo+ (Bm85) Good(4) trk June 2. Cd 56kg(2) 5 len 5th She Knows(56.5kg) 1000m 59.53 R’wick 3yo+ (Bm81) Heavy(9) trk June 23. 10. GaDfly (P M Perry) 4g By Smart Missile - Distinctive (28:4-8-2): (Wide throughout.) Cd 54.5kg(6) 1/2 hd 2nd Still Undaunted(54kg) 1280m 1:16.22 Muswellbrook Aberdeen Cup Good(4) trk June 17. Cd 54kg(10) 3/4 len win Mr Pumblechook, Barricade 1200m 1:09.86 Tamworth Open Hcp Soft(5) trk June 29. 11. paret (C J Waller) 3g By Harbour Watch (IR) - Enduja (6:1-0-1): (Slowly away.) Cd 56.5kg(4) 5-3/4 len 8th Unforgotten(54.5kg) 1500m 1:29.12 R’hill Phar Lap Stakes Good(4) trk Mar 17. 3-1/4 len 7th Show A Star 904m R’hill Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk July 9. 12. mISter marmalaDe (D A Williams) 5g By Duke Of Marmalade (IR) - Ferrari Bo (25:4-6-4): (Overraced early, middle stages.) Cd 54kg(8) 8-1/4 len 6th Life Less Ordinary(57.5kg) 2000m 2:03.97 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Soft(5) trk May 4. Cd 57kg(4) 5-1/4 len 7th Almighty Crown(57kg) 2130m 2:11.96 W Farm 3yo+ (Bm75) Good(4) trk May 16. 13. KOtInOS (Nick Mitchell) 4g By Congrats (US) - Kalamata (18:4-2-2): (Wide throughout.) Cd 59kg(7) 5-1/4 len 12th Palladian(60.5kg) 1200m 1:10.15 Kembla Grange (Bm65) Good(4) trk May 17. Cd 54.5kg(12) 1/2 len win What Could Be, Rather Sweet 1200m 1:11.83 Newcastle (Bm69) Soft(5) trk June 30.

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2000m

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1. BEIjINg BOaRD (14) 62 james Cummings (agnes Banks) 5 b g dubawi (ir) – Board Meeting (ir). royal blue Career record 19:5-2-0 Wins 1600 (1) 1800 (1) 1900 (1) 2200 (1) 2400 (1) Prizemoney $164,613 12TH, 02Jun18 9.7l rosehill open 1400m 53 (K Mc evoy 9) 13, lim 53, 1:24.37 ((race record) last 600m 35.01), good(4), sir Bacchus 54 inc 0.5 over 1, new Universe 53 2, invinzabeel 58 3, Btg $10.00, $15.00 9th to turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities. LaST, 23Jun18 7.1l randwick open 1600m 53 (Ms r King 3) 6, lim 53, 1:39.90 (last 600m 36), heavy(9), Karavali 53 1, dark eyes 59 2, special Missile 54.5 3, Btg $8.00, $9.00, $8.50 5th to 800m, last turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.

2. CHaTELaRD (7) 60 C j Waller (Rosehill) 4 ch g rip Van Winkle (ir) – lutry. purple, white stars and cap Career record 13:4-1-1 Wins 1400 (1) 1800 (1) 1900 (2) Prizemoney $156,405 WON, 16Jun18 sht nck, sht nck rosehill Bm77 1800m 59 (T angland 7) 13, lim 53, 1:52.39 (last 600m 37.28), soft(5), Kurnel Jaxon 56.5 2, Vaucluse Bay 59 3, Multifacets 59 4, Btg $6.50, $7.50, $6.50 10th settling, 9th 800m, 10th turn. Blocked for run near turn. 6TH, 07Jul18 6.3l randwick Bm90 1800m 55 (B avdulla 9) 10, lim 53, 1:55.29 (last 600m 37.03), soft(7), Just shine 55 1, Carzoff 59.5 2, Curragh 53 3, Btg $5.50, $7.50, $7.00 9th to turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.

3. MUTaRakEM (5) 59.5 C j Waller (Rosehill) 5 b g dubawi (ir) – shaarfa (Us). teal, black diamond, white and black checked sleeves and quartered cap Career record 28:5-2-2 Wins 1500 (1) 1800 (2) 1900 (1) 2040 (1) Prizemoney $173,998 11TH, 16Jun18 5.8l rosehill Bm77 1800m 59 (B shinn 10) 13, lim 53, 1:52.39 (last 600m 37.28), soft(5), Chatelard 59 1, Kurnel Jaxon 56.5 2, Vaucluse Bay 59 3, Btg $41.00, $51.00 last settling, 12th 800m, 9th turn. WON, 20Jun18 6l, 2.8l Canterbury 4yo and UP Bm76 1900m 59.5 (J Bowman 1) 7, lim 53, 2:01.90 (last 600m 39.04), heavy(9), regine 53.5 2, lifeline Princess 53 3, allcash 55.5 4, Btg $9.00, $10.00, $9.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.

4. aL gaLayEL (9) 59 C Maher (Caulfield) 4 b g Zoffany (ir) – glympse (ir). pale blue, cerise maltese cross and striped sleeves, striped cap Career record 6:3-0-1 Wins 1600 (1) 1609 (1) 1613 (1) Prizemoney $40,718 WON, 13Jun18 0.5l, 4.5l sandownhillside Bm70 1600m 60 (M Zahra 4) 13, lim 54, 1:38.43 (last 600m 34.18), good(4), rat With goldtooth 54 2, summer glen 57 3, Winkelmann 58 4, Btg $5.00, $5.50 7th to 1200m, 8th 800m, 4th turn. Jumped awkwardly. 3RD, 30Jun18 nse, 2.3l Caulfield Bm78 1600m 56 (l riordan 1) 14, lim 54, 1:36.32 (last 600m 35.94), good(4), haripour 55 1, Mantastic 56.5 2, another Bullseye 57 4, Btg $2.35, $2.50, $2.10 (fav). 10th to 800m, 8th turn. laid in on straightening.

5. BRaCES (1) 58.5 g D Hickman (Warwick Farm) 6 br g duporth – Mount Juliet (nZ). red, yellow diagonal stripes, dark blue sleeves Career record 43:7-9-3 Wins 1300 (1) 1412 (1) 1550 (1) 1600 (2) 1900 (1) 2200 (1) Prizemoney $280,207 WON, 06Jun18 1/2 nck, 0.8l Canterbury 4yo and UP Bm76 1550m 58 (C Brown 8) 10, lim 53, 1:36.56 (last 600m 37.83), heavy(8), smart as 53 2, regine 53.5 3, Walk The streets 55.5 4, Btg $6.50, $8.50 3rd to turn. 9TH, 30Jun18 3.5l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm79 1500m 59 (C Brown 8) 15, lim 53, 1:33.93 (last 600m 36.60), soft(7), Coonawarra 59.5 1, dylan’s romance 53 2, screamarr 56.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00 4th settling, 5th turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.

6. MONaSTERIO (2) 58.5 C j Waller (Rosehill) 4 b/br g savabeel – Pingus. white, green crossed sashes, red sleeves and cap Career record 19:4-4-1 Wins 1600 (1) 1630 (1) 1900 (1) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $169,270 8TH, 30Jun18 3.1l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm79 1500m 60 (T Clark 1) 15, lim 53, 1:33.93 (last 600m 36.60), soft(7), Coonawarra 59.5 1, dylan’s romance 53 2, screamarr 56.5 3, Btg $12.00, $16.00 7th settling, 4th turn. 7TH, 07Jul18 6.4l randwick Bm90 1800m 54 (T Clark 7) 10, lim 53, 1:55.29 (last 600m 37.03), soft(7), Just shine 55 1, Carzoff 59.5 2, Curragh 53 3, Btg $9.00, $10.00 8th to turn. hampered early stages.

7. VaUCLUSE Bay (11) 58.5 C j Waller (Rosehill) 4 b g al Maher – Power of love (nZ). yellow, lime seams Career record 25:3-5-4 Wins 1600 (1) 1800 (1) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $278,195 3RD, 16Jun18 sht nck, sht nck rosehill Bm77 1800m 59 (l Magorrian 4) 13, lim 53, 1:52.39 (last 600m 37.28), soft(5), Chatelard 59 1, Kurnel Jaxon 56.5 2, Multifacets 59 4, Btg $6.00, $7.00, $6.50 6th settling, 5th 800m, 6th turn. LaST, 07Jul18 10l randwick Bm90 1800m 54.5 (a adkins 2) 10, lim 53, 1:55.29 (last 600m 37.03), soft(7), Just shine 55 1, Carzoff 59.5 2, Curragh 53 3, Btg $6.00, $7.00 4th to turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.

8. CURRagH (16) 58 T Busuttin & N young (Cranbourne) 5 b g Tavistock (nZ) – shock (nZ). lime green, navy blue sleeves, hot pink cap Career record 23:4-4-2 Wins 1300 (1) 1400 (1) 1411 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $151,292 2ND, 17Jun18 lng nck, 1l Bendigo Bm78 1600m 59.5 (d dunn 8) 9, lim 54, 1:40.30 (last 600m 37.04), heavy(9), Kaching 57.5 1, War legend 59 3, Top Prospect 59 4, Btg $7.00, $8.00 last to turn. 3RD, 07Jul18 0.8l, 2l randwick Bm90 1800m 53 (J Van overmeire 10) 10, lim 53, 1:55.29 (last 600m 37.03), soft(7), Just shine 55 1, Carzoff 59.5 2, dagny 58.5 4, Btg $11.00, $7.00, $9.00 last to turn. Blocked for run near turn.

9. RaqEEq (12) 56 C j Waller (Rosehill) 4 ch g Champs elysees (gB) – sailors Path (gB). navy blue, white band and go racing logo, armbands and cap Career record 13:2-1-2 Wins 1600 (1) 2400 (1) Prizemoney $68,605 4TH, 02apr18 4.5l rosehill Bm79 1800m 56.5 (B avdulla 5) 11, lim 53, 1:51.14 (last 600m 35.27), good(4), roman son 57.5 1, lovani 58.5 2, Mornington 57.5 3, Btg $2.60, $2.50 (fav). 6th to turn. 5TH, 30Jun18 1.7l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm79 1500m 54.5 (s r Weatherley 6) 15, lim 53, 1:33.93 (last 600m 36.60), soft(7), Coonawarra 59.5 1, dylan’s romance 53 2, screamarr 56.5 3, Btg $10.00, $7.50 last to turn. slowly away. Checked near 1000m.

10. SCREaMaRR (3) 56 a & E Cummings (Randwick) 4 b g street Cry (ir) – lamarr. white, red maltese cross and sleeves, white armbands Career record 20:2-0-2 Wins 1300 (2) Prizemoney $107,245 8TH, 16Jun18 2.7l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm80 1300m 56.5 (g schofield 2) 15, lim 53, 1:18.80 (last 600m 35.55), good(4), Manolo Blahniq 59 1, Pianissimo 56 2, Mapmaker 56.5 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 10th settling, 13th turn. 3RD, 30Jun18 0.5l, nck rosehill 4yo and UP Bm79 1500m 56.5 (a adkins 4) 15, lim 53, 1:33.93 (last 600m 36.60), soft(7), Coonawarra 59.5 1, dylan’s romance 53 2, The avenger 60 4, Btg $26.00, $31.00 6th settling, 7th turn.

11. SWEET VICTORy (10) 55 Mark Newnham (Randwick) 3 b f smart Missile – essence of success. red, black stripes Career record 9:3-3-0 Wins 1400 (1) 1500 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $110,610 8TH, 16Jun18 3.5l rosehill 3yo Bm81 1400m 55.5 (T Clark 7) 9, lim 53, 1:24.69 ((class record) last 600m 35.72), soft(6), nicci’s gold 54 inc 0.5 over 1, Curdled 58 2, schubert 57.5 3, Btg $5.50 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted no abnormalities. 2ND, 30Jun18 0.8l, 0.8l rosehill , F&M’s Bm75 1800m 59 (T Clark 1) 12, lim 53, 1:55.01 (last 600m 36.57), soft(7), Tornado gal 53 1, so splendid 59.5 3, Celtic love 56 4, Btg $9.00, $11.00, $9.00 led settling, 4th turn.

12. ROMaNCE CaN COSTa (4) 53 aaron Clarke (Braidwood) 4 br m Von Costa de hero – romantic. lime, black chevron and stars sleeves, lime cap, black peak Career record 18:6-0-1 Wins 1425 (1) 1800 (2) 1900 (2) 2120 (1) Prizemoney $71,390 WON, 22Jun18 lng nck, 6l Canberra acton Bm60 1900m 58.5 (Ms K nisbet 7) 8, lim 54, 1:56.96 (last 600m 36.30), synthetic, First Courrier 57.5 2, Just Two Vees 58 3, lasting shadow 55.5 4, Btg $3.20, $5.50 last to 800m, 5th turn.

WON, 04Jul18 1/2 nck, 1.3l Canterbury Bm75 1900m 53 (Ms K nisbet 3) 11, lim 53, 2:01.10 (last 600m 39.27), soft(6), Balmain Boy 58 2, Bochy 55.5 3, segenhoe 59.5 4, Btg $15.00, $26.00 9th to 1200m, 10th 800m, 6th turn. overraced middle stages.

13. ROyaL STaMP (13) 53 M C Conners (Warwick Farm) 4 b m Tickets – Queen esprit. yellow, purple epaulettes, striped sleeves, quartered cap Career record 22:3-2-4 Wins 1400 (1) 1600 (1) 1850 (1) Prizemoney $92,585 4TH, 29May18 0.6l Kembla grange Bm68 1500m 58 (Ms r Murray 9) 11, lim 54, 1:30.33 (last 600m 34.87), good(4), red henno 55.5 1, Phoenix Charm 59 2, lady elizabeth 56 3, Btg $7.00, $13.00 9th to 1200m, 8th 800m, 10th turn. 4TH, 16Jun18 2.7l rosehill 4yo and UP , Mares Bm75 1500m 56.5 (J Collett 11) 11, lim 53, 1:31.85 ((class record) last 600m 36.28), soft(5), la Chica Bella 58.5 1, lady evelyn 53 2, so splendid 59.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00, $13.00 last to turn. Blocked for run near 200m.

14. HyPERNICUS (8) 53 g g Hall (kembla grange) 8 ch g husson (ar) – dream Machine. red, dark blue braces Career record 55:5-6-6 Wins 1300 (1) 1400 (2) 1600 (1) 2010 (1) Prizemoney $171,300 3RD, 11Jun18 2.5l, 2.3l randwickKensington Bm75 1550m 50 (B ryan 7) 8, lim 53, 1:31.90 (last 600m 35.21), soft(5), Penske 60.5 1, reneged 61 2, lay down The law 53 4, Btg $21.00, $13.00, $15.00 last to 800m, 6th turn. slowly away. 5TH, 27Jun18 4.9l Canterbury Bm71 1900m 50 (B ryan 8) 9, lim 53, 2:00.15 (last 600m 38.18), soft(6), reneged 60 1, Joe’s Joy 55.5 2, Balansa 56.5 3, Btg $9.00, $12.00 last to turn.

15. aSTERIUS (15) 58 C j Waller (Rosehill) 3 br/gr g sebring – Valentine Miss. purple, white star, white sleeves and white cap Career record 5:3-2-0 Wins 1400 (1) 1500 (1) 1550 (1) Prizemoney $145,060 WON, 16Jun18 lng hd, 1.8l Kembla grange Cls 1 1400m 59.5 (C lever 5) 10, lim 54, 1:26.20 (last 600m 35.26), soft(6), Zidane 57 2, Barnabas 55.5 3, spanish dream 56 4, Btg $2.80, $4.80, $4.60 6th to 800m, 9th turn. WON, 30Jun18 1.3l, 1/2 hd rosehill 3yo Bm80 1500m 56.5 (B avdulla 6) 10, lim 53, 1:32.57 (last 600m 37), soft(7), sparky lad 56 2, gresham 59 3, nicci’s gold 56.5 4, Btg $8.50, $6.50 last to turn. slowly away (2l).

16. jOLLy HONOUR (6) 55 C j Waller (Rosehill) 3 ch g reliable Man (gB) – Vexed. silver, red crossed sashes and quartered cap Career record 8:2-3-2 Wins 1400 (1) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $104,165 3RD, 23May18 4.3l, 0.8l Canterbury , C,h&g’s Bm75 1550m 56.5 (T angland 6) 9, lim 53.5, 1:32.21 (last 600m 35.85), good(3), gresham 57.5 1, revolver 57 2, King hewitt 56.5 4, Btg $6.50, $5.00 6th to turn. WON, 09Jun18 0.5l, 1l randwick 3yo Bm72 2000m 58 (T angland 7) 13, lim 53, 2:09.72 (last 600m 37.36), heavy(9), laussel 56.5 2, Porky Pies 57 3, Via Veneto 55 4, Btg $6.00, $4.60 (fav). 9th settling, 10th 800m, 7th turn.

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1. HIFLyER (1) 59.5 P W Lock (Te aroha (Nz)) 5 b g Tavistock (nZ) – lady Firebird (nZ). dark green, light green spots, dark green and light green spots cap Career record 21:9-7-1 Wins 1200 (2) 1400 (2) 1600 (5) Prizemoney $266,668 3RD, 20Jan18 2l, sht hd Trentham (g 1) Thorndon Mile 1600m 57 (J Parkes 3) 11, set wts with pen, 1:36.48 , dead(4), stolen dance 53 1, Watch This space 55 2, savvy dreams 53 4, Btg $5.50 8th settling, 9th 800m, 8th turn. WON, 16Jun18 nck, 0.5l ruakaka open 1200m 61.5 (J Parkes 2) 9, lim 54, 1:09.44 (last 600m 34.74), dead(5), Fire Jet 52 2, rikki Tikki Tavi 54 3, rich Billie Marsh 53 4, Btg $2.80 (eq fav). 6th settling, 5th turn. Blocked for run concluding stages. shifted out near 200m. rider told to use more care.

2. WIDgEE TURF (10) 58.5 Patrick Payne (Plumpton) 4 ch g Turffontein – greyhound. navy blue, cream seams Career record 19:9-4-1 Wins 1200 (1) 1208 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (3) 1500 (2) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $721,850 7TH, 26May18 2.5l randwick open 1100m 60 (W egan 12) 13, lim 53, 1:03.75 ((race record) last 600m 34.39), good(4), dreamforce 56.5 1, i Thought so 55 2, dal Cielo 57.5 3, Btg $12.00, $16.00 11th settling, 10th turn. hampered near 100m. WON, 16Jun18 nck, 0.8l Moonee Valley open 1200m 59 (W egan 5) 9, lim 54, 1:11.97 (last 600m 36.40), soft(6), ashlor 54 2, Malaise 54 3, Falcool 54 4, Btg $4.20, $4.80 8th to turn.

3. DREaMFORCE (17) 57.5 john Thompson (Randwick) 5 b g Fastnet rock – eskimo Queen (nZ). orange and tangerine stripes, orange cap Career record 17:7-3-3 Wins 1100 (1) 1400 (3) 1500 (1) 1600 (2) Prizemoney $348,485 WON, 26May18 nse, 1.5l randwick open 1100m 56.5 (B avdulla 13) 13, lim 53, 1:03.75 ((race record) last 600m 34.39), good(4), i Thought so 55 2, dal Cielo 57.5 3, Perizada 53.5 4, Btg $12.00, $16.00 last settling, 12th turn. 2ND, 30Jun18 1/2 hd, 1.5l rosehill (lr) Civic stakes 1350m 56.5 (B avdulla 13) 14, lim 53, 1:21.98 (last 600m 36.34), soft(7), liapari 53 1, Flow 53 3, Jungle edge 61 4, Btg $5.50, $7.00 4th settling, 2nd turn.

4. TESTaSHaDOW (11) 57.5 g Portelli (Warwick Farm) 6 b g Testa rossa – Moonlight shadow. white elite thoroughbreds logo, pale blue striped sleeves and cap Career record 43:8-6-7 Wins 1400 (5) 1500 (1) 1600 (2) Prizemoney $1,365,085

9TH, 24Feb18 6.6l rosehill (lr) Parramatta advertiser Cup 1900m 58 (T angland 10) 11, lim 53, 1:56.75 (last 600m 35.27), good(3), More energy 53 1, supply and demand 58 2, liapari 53 3, Btg $16.00, $21.00 3rd settling, 4th 800m, 3rd turn. Wide throughout. 7TH (D.H.), 30Jun18 3.5l rosehill (lr) Civic stakes 1350m 57.5 (J Collett 12) 14, lim 53, 1:21.98 (last 600m 36.34), soft(7), liapari 53 1, dreamforce 56.5 2, Flow 53 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 3rd settling, 9th turn.

5. CHaMOIS ROaD (2) 57 Patrick Payne (Plumpton) 5 ch g Choisir – alpine Club (sa). blue, white and red band, white sleeves, blue and red armbands, quartered cap Career record 37:11-12-7 Wins 1200 (4) 1205 (1) 1250 (2) 1300 (3) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $443,850 WON, 26May18 lng nck, 0.8l Morphettville Parks Bm90 1250m 58.5 (M aitken 2) 6, lim 54, 1:13.71 (last 605m 34.34), good(4), exalted adam 54 2, labuan star 54 3, go The Journey 58.5 4, Btg $4.50, $6.50 3rd to turn. WON, 23Jun18 lng nck, 1.3l Flemington open 1400m 54.5 (M aitken 12) 13, lim 54, 1:23.12 (last 600m 34.82), good(4), ozi Choice 58 2, Miss gunpowder 52 3, sadaqa 52 4, Btg $7.00, $9.00, $7.50 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Jumped awkwardly.

6. gOLD SyMPHONy (7) 56.5 P & P Snowden (Randwick) 5 b g reward For effort – Tzaress (nZ). red, white triple crown syndications logo Career record 27:6-2-2 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (2) 1350 (1) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $528,875 8TH, 09Jun18 7.7l randwick (lr) June stakes 1100m 58 (J Parr 10) 14, lim 53, 1:05.21 (last 600m 35.65), heavy(9), Jungle edge 60.5 1, shiraz 56 2, i Thought so 53.5 3, Btg $26.00, $61.00, $51.00 last to turn. Checked near 800m. 7TH (D.H.), 30Jun18 3.5l rosehill (lr) Civic stakes 1350m 57 (a hyeronimus 14) 14, lim 53, 1:21.98 (last 600m 36.34), soft(7), liapari 53 1, dreamforce 56.5 2, Flow 53 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00 13th to turn.

7. SHIRaz (5) 56 Ms k Waugh (Wyong) 8 br g Zariz – Moville slipper. yellow, cerise sleeves, yellow armbands, cerise cap Career record 38:11-5-2 Wins 900 (1) 1000 (1) 1100 (5) 1200 (2) 1350 (1) 1500 (1) Prizemoney $830,310 2ND, 09Jun18 1.3l, 4l randwick (lr) June stakes 1100m 56 (T angland 12) 14, lim 53, 1:05.21 (last 600m 35.65), heavy(9), Jungle edge 60.5 1, i Thought so 53.5 3, glenall 55.5 4, Btg $11.00, $5.50, $6.00 12th to turn. Blocked for run on straightening. 5TH, 23Jun18 4.3l randwick open 1200m 58.5 (T angland 5) 8, lim 53, 1:11.64 ((race record) last 600m 35.86), heavy(9), i Thought so 55 1, Jungle edge 60.5 2, Faraway Town 53.5 3, Btg $4.00, $4.80 6th to turn. inquiry into performance. lame after race.

8. DaRk EyES (6) 55.5 g Waterhouse & a Bott (Randwick) 5 b g snitzel – Cinnamon dove (Us). white, darby racing logo, navy blue armbands with darby racing logo, navy blue cap, white pom pom Career record 29:8-2-3 Wins 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1400 (1) 1500 (1) 1600 (1) 1900 (1) 2000 (2) Prizemoney $496,270 7TH, 16Jun18 3.7l rosehill Bm95 1400m 62 (J Parr 6) 10, lim 53, 1:25.23 (last 600m 36.18), good(4), Flow 55 1, invinzabeel 59.5 2, new Universe 56.5 3, Btg $21.00, $41.00 led settling, 3rd 800m, 2nd turn. 2ND, 23Jun18 nse, 0.5l randwick open 1600m 59 (J Parr 5) 6, lim 53, 1:39.90 (last 600m 36), heavy(9), Karavali 53 1, special Missile 54.5 3, Mighty lucky 57.5 4, Btg $5.00, $8.50 2nd throughout. rider lost whip.

9. INVINzaBEEL (15) 55 C j Waller (Rosehill) 6 b g i am invincible – Belle Mia (nZ). white, black check, purple sleeves Career record 40:7-5-6 Wins 1400 (4) 1500 (1) 1600 (2) Prizemoney $455,485 3RD, 02Jun18 1/2 hd, lng hd rosehill open 1400m 58 (J Parr 8) 13, lim 53, 1:24.37 ((race record) last 600m 35.01), good(4), sir Bacchus 54 inc 0.5 over 1, new Universe 53 2, special Missile 56 4, Btg $21.00, $31.00 6th to turn. 2ND, 16Jun18 1/2 nck, sht nck rosehill Bm95 1400m 59.5 (J Van overmeire 1) 10, lim 53, 1:25.23 (last 600m 36.18), good(4), Flow 55 1, new Universe 56.5 3, Prometheus 53 4, Btg $4.80, $4.60, $5.00 5th to turn. Blocked for run early stages.

10. MIgHTy LUCky (13) 55 F T Cowell (gosford) 8 b/br g Casino Prince – Buxom Babe. black and grey diamonds, yellow sleeves and cap Career record 63:9-11-6 Wins 1300 (2) 1400 (3) 1500 (2) 1615 (1) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $850,595 7TH, 02Jun18 2l rosehill open 1400m 57.5 (J Van overmeire 6) 13, lim 53, 1:24.37 ((race record) last 600m 35.01), good(4), sir Bacchus 54 inc 0.5 over 1, new Universe 53 2, invinzabeel 58 3, Btg $17.00, $26.00 11th settling, 12th turn. Checked near 1000m. overraced early stages. 4TH, 23Jun18 0.7l randwick open 1600m 57.5 (J Van overmeire 2) 6, lim 53, 1:39.90 (last 600m 36), heavy(9), Karavali 53 1, dark eyes 59 2, special Missile 54.5 3, Btg $6.00, $5.00 3rd to turn. overraced early, middle stages.

11. EMPEROR’S Way (9) 54.5 P & P Snowden (Randwick) 4 b g roman emperor (nZ) – laylia. white, red triple crown syndications logo, white sleeves, red cap Career record 15:6-3-4 Wins 1600 (2) 1800 (2) 2000 (2) Prizemoney $369,348 DEaD HEaT FIRST,, 17Feb18 dh, 1l randwick Bm86 2000m 58 (g schofield 1) 9, lim 53.5, 2:06.26 ((race record) last 600m 35.44), good(4), almost Court 56 1 dead heat, Zourkhan 57 3, sizzling Bullet 57 4, Btg $3.50, $3.20, $3.50 (fav). 4th to turn. inquiry into performance.

WON, 10Mar18 1/2 hd, 1l randwick (lr) randwick City stakes 2000m 53 (a adkins 9) 9, lim 53, 2:02.79 (last 600m 35.39), good(4), alward 53.5 2, singing 58 3, liapari 54 4, Btg $7.00, $8.50, $8.00 4th settling, 2nd to turn.

12. DaNISH TWIST (12) 53 k a Lees (Newcastle) 6 b/br m dane shadow – Madame Flurry. lime green, purple quarters, hooped sleeves, checked cap Career record 39:8-4-5 Wins 1100 (1) 1300 (3) 1350 (2) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $894,710 8TH, 26May18 4.9l doomben (g 3) glenlogan Park stakes 1350m 57.5 (C Williams 10) 13, set wts with pen, 1:19.26 (last 600m 34.91), soft(6), Pedrena 57.5 1, invincibella 55.5 2, schism 55.5 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00 7th to 800m, 5th turn. left at start. 9TH, 30Jun18 4.2l rosehill (lr) Civic stakes 1350m 53 (a adkins 11) 14, lim 53, 1:21.98 (last 600m 36.34), soft(7), liapari 53 1, dreamforce 56.5 2, Flow 53 3, Btg $21.00, $26.00 5th settling, 3rd turn. Checked near 1000m. inquiry into performance.

13. SPECIaL MISSILE (3) 53 john Thompson (Randwick) 4 b/br g smart Missile – Quiet Meadow (Us). purple, emerald green sash and armbands, quartered cap Career record 18:5-4-3 Wins 1300 (1) 1500 (3) 1550 (1) Prizemoney $285,100 4TH, 02Jun18 0.7l rosehill open 1400m 56 (B avdulla 2) 13, lim 53, 1:24.37 ((race record) last 600m 35.01), good(4), sir Bacchus 54 inc 0.5 over 1, new Universe 53 2, invinzabeel 58 3, Btg $3.80, $3.50 (eq fav). 2nd settling, led turn. Jumped awkwardly. 3RD, 23Jun18 nse, 0.5l randwick open 1600m 54.5 (B Mc dougall 1) 6, lim 53, 1:39.90 (last 600m 36), heavy(9), Karavali 53 1, dark eyes 59 2, Mighty lucky 57.5 4, Btg $2.25, $2.10 (fav). led to turn.

14. SIR BaCCHUS (4) 53 C j Waller (Rosehill) 5 ch/gr g sebring – Bacchanal Woman. white, green crossed sashes, red sleeves and cap Career record 25:7-2-0 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (5) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $469,500 6TH, 16Jun18 2.6l rosehill Bm95 1400m 59 (T Clark 10) 10, lim 53, 1:25.23 (last 600m 36.18), good(4), Flow 55 1, invinzabeel 59.5 2, new Universe 56.5 3, Btg $7.50, $7.00, $7.50 last settling, 9th turn. Checked near 800m. 10TH, 30Jun18 4.8l rosehill (lr) Civic stakes 1350m 53 (s r Weatherley 9) 14, lim 53, 1:21.98 (last 600m 36.34), soft(7), liapari 53 1, dreamforce 56.5 2, Flow 53 3, Btg $21.00 last to turn. slowly away.

15. SaLSONIC (8) 53 j C Coyle (Warwick Farm) 4 b g hinchinbrook – salsify. navy blue, grey maltese cross, black sleeves, white cap Career record 19:2-2-3 Wins 1300 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $345,500 5TH, 02dec17 1.6l rosehill (g 3) Festival stakes 1500m 53 (P Wells 7) 9, lim 53, 1:31.67 (last 600m 36.06), soft(6), Testashadow 57 1, Mister sea Wolf 54.5 2, red excitement 59.5 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00, $26.00 last to turn. Jumped awkwardly. lost a plate. 8TH, 16dec17 2.6l randwick (g 2) Villiers stakes 1600m 53 (P Wells 9) 14, lim 53, 1:34.98 (last 600m 37.97), good(4), Crack Me Up 54.5 1, Cabeza de Vaca 55 2, interlocuter 54.5 3, Btg $17.00, $26.00 13th to turn. slowly away.

16. FLOW (16) 53 james Cummings (agnes Banks) 4 br g street Cry (ir) – glissade. royal blue Career record 16:4-3-4 Wins 1400 (4) Prizemoney $269,325 WON, 16Jun18 1/2 nck, sht nck rosehill Bm95 1400m 55 (g schofield 9) 10, lim 53, 1:25.23 (last 600m 36.18), good(4), invinzabeel 59.5 2, new Universe 56.5 3, Prometheus 53 4, Btg $3.20, $4.20, $4.00 (eq fav). 2nd settling, led turn. 3RD, 30Jun18 1/2 hd, 1.5l rosehill (lr) Civic stakes 1350m 53 (C Brown 4) 14, lim 53, 1:21.98 (last 600m 36.34), soft(7), liapari 53 1, dreamforce 56.5 2, Jungle edge 61 4, Btg $5.00, $4.80, $5.50 6th settling, 4th turn.

17. OLD NORTH (14) 53 james Cummings (agnes Banks) 5 b g lonhro – Bernicia. royal blue, white cap Career record 17:4-1-1 Wins 1350 (1) 1400 (2) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $299,490 WON, 10Feb18 1.5l, 1l doomben open 1350m 56.5 (d Browne 6) 10, lim 54, 1:18.71 (last 600m 35.50), good(4), i’m a rippa 55 2, she’s Miss devine 54 3, Capetown hussey 54 4, Btg $6.50 9th to turn. slowly away. shifted out near 200m. rider told to use more care. 10TH, 11Mar18 4.1l Canberra (lr) national sprint 1400m 54 (g schofield 13) 14, lim 54, 1:21.70 (last 600m 34.06), good(4), Tougherthantherest 54 1, Coolring 54 2, snippets land 56 3, Btg $6.00, $4.60, $5.00 (fav). 11th settling, 10th turn. slowly away. stewards queried run. Vetted - no abnormalities.

Race 8

1200m

3.50

1. FLOW (5) 60 james Cummings (agnes Banks) 4 br g street Cry (ir) – glissade. royal blue Career record 16:4-3-4 Wins 1400 (4) Prizemoney $269,325 WON, 16Jun18 1/2 nck, sht nck rosehill Bm95 1400m 55 (g schofield 9) 10, lim 53, 1:25.23 (last 600m 36.18), good(4), invinzabeel 59.5 2, new Universe 56.5 3, Prometheus 53 4, Btg $3.20, $4.20, $4.00 (eq fav). 2nd settling, led turn. 3RD, 30Jun18 1/2 hd, 1.5l rosehill (lr) Civic stakes 1350m 53 (C Brown 4) 14, lim 53, 1:21.98 (last 600m 36.34), soft(7), liapari 53 1, dreamforce 56.5 2, Jungle edge 61 4, Btg $5.00, $4.80, $5.50 6th settling, 4th turn.

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2. OlD NORTh (10) 60 James Cummings (Agnes Banks) 5 b g lonhro – Bernicia. royal blue, white cap Career record 17:4-1-1 Wins 1350 (1) 1400 (2) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $299,490 WON, 10Feb18 1.5l, 1l doomben open 1350m 56.5 (d Browne 6) 10, lim 54, 1:18.71 (last 600m 35.50), good(4), i’m a rippa 55 2, she’s Miss devine 54 3, Capetown hussey 54 4, Btg $6.50 9th to turn. slowly away. shifted out near 200m. rider told to use more care. 10Th, 11Mar18 4.1l Canberra (lr) national sprint 1400m 54 (g schofield 13) 14, lim 54, 1:21.70 (last 600m 34.06), good(4), Tougherthantherest 54 1, Coolring 54 2, snippets land 56 3, Btg $6.00, $4.60, $5.00 (fav). 11th settling, 10th turn. slowly away. stewards queried run. Vetted - no abnormalities.

3. IsORICh (9) 58.5 Wayne seelin (Wyong) 7 b g Choisir – a little naughty. lilac, black and white checked band, checked armbands and checked cap Career record 80:10-11-17 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (4) 1200 (5) Prizemoney $547,685 lAsT, 28apr18 6.7l hawkesbury (Metro) (lr) hawkesbury XXXX gold rush 1100m 53 (Ms J Taylor 1) 11, lim 53, 1:02.70 (last 600m 34.06), good(4), glenall 53.5 1, spending To Win 53 2, Kuro 58 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00 last to turn. Blundered early stages. 11Th, 30Jun18 8.6l rosehill Bm93 1100m 59 (Ms J Taylor 11) 14, lim 53, 1:06 (last 600m 35.89), soft(7), easy eddie 53.5 1, akasaki 57 2, redouble 53 3, Btg $41.00, $31.00, $71.00 5th settling, 7th turn. Wide throughout.

4. lOFTy’s MENU (7) 58.5 John Bateman (Goulburn) 7 br g supreme Class – eldenta. black and red quarters, green sleeves, black and red quartered cap Career record 22:8-4-0 Wins 1175 (1) 1200 (4) 1350 (2) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $271,100 11Th, 11Mar18 4.4l Canberra (lr) national sprint 1400m 54 (J Van overmeire 9) 14, lim 54, 1:21.70 (last 600m 34.06), good(4), Tougherthantherest 54 1, Coolring 54 2, snippets land 56 3, Btg $9.00, $10.00, $8.50 9th settling, 8th 800m, 9th turn. eased at start. stewards queried run. Vetted - no abnormalities. 9Th, 31Mar18 7l rosehill Bm93 1400m 59 (J Parr 4) 11, lim 53, 1:23.39 (last 600m 34.93), good(4), osborne Bulls 58 1, Miss Que 53.5 2, special Missile 56.5 3, Btg $31.00, $61.00 4th settling, 3rd turn.

5. sUsPENsE (1) 58.5 P & P snowden (Randwick) 5 b g Keano (nZ) – intrigues. red, white seams, checked sleeves and cap Career record 24:6-1-1 Wins 1100 (2) 1200 (3) 1250 (1) Prizemoney $272,975 10Th, 02Jun18 5.4l Moonee Valley Bm90 1200m 60 (r Bayliss 7) 11, lim 54, 1:12.49 (last 600m 36.74), soft(5), Tildy lad 54 1, ashlor 58 2, Wise hero 56.5 3, Btg $17.00, $41.00 3rd settling, 2nd 800m, 4th turn. 8Th, 30Jun18 5.2l rosehill Bm93 1100m 58.5 (a hyeronimus 14) 14, lim 53, 1:06 (last 600m 35.89), soft(7), easy eddie 53.5 1, akasaki 57 2, redouble 53 3, Btg $41.00, $21.00, $26.00 12th to turn.

6. GOODFEllA (12) 57 Bjorn Baker (Warwick Farm) 3 br c snitzel – Movie. royal blue, gold braces, pale blue armbands, royal blue and gold quartered cap Career record 14:3-3-1 Wins 1200 (2) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $762,700 2ND, 13Jan18 1.5l, 1.3l gold Coast (Metro) 3yo open 1400m 56.5 (J Collett 6) 16, set wts with pen, 1:21.02 (last 600m 35.07), good(3), Pierata 57 1, Calculated 56 3, Whypeeo 56.5 4, Btg $10.00, $11.00, $9.00 5th settling, 3rd 800m, 5th turn. inconvenienced near 1000m. 6Th, 10Feb18 7.2l Warwick Farm (g 3) eskimo Prince 1200m 58 (J Collett 8) 8, set wts with pen, 1:09.69 (last 600m 33.73), good(4), Kementari 56 1, siege of Quebec 57 2, Brave song 56 3, Btg $8.00, $9.00, $8.00 7th to turn.

7. sURE AND FAsT (8) 57 G W Murray (Kembla Grange) 6 ch g not a single doubt – regal attraction. dark blue, yellow hoops and sleeves, purple cap Career record 22:5-2-1 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (2) 1350 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $465,470

lAsT, 19May18 12.2l rosehill Bm89 1200m 60 (Ms W Costin 4) 14, lim 53, 1:10.58 (last 600m 34.17), good(4), Missile Coda 53 1, dissolute 57.5 2, star reflection 53 3, Btg $41.00, $101.00 13th to turn. hampered early stages. 11Th, 16Jun18 4.6l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm80 1300m 60.5 (P scorse 12) 15, lim 53, 1:18.80 (last 600m 35.55), good(4), Manolo Blahniq 59 1, Pianissimo 56 2, Mapmaker 56.5 3, Btg $101.00 8th to turn.

8. EAsy EDDIE (3) 56.5 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) 3 b g super easy (nZ) – Twin Town (gB). dark blue, green stripes, yellow sleeves, yellow and green striped cap Career record 13:5-3-1 Wins 1100 (3) 1200 (1) 1250 (1) Prizemoney $198,975 lAsT, 23Jun18 4.8l randwick 3yo Bm80 1200m 59 (J Van overmeire 2) 8, lim 53, 1:12.73 ((class record) last 600m 36.06), heavy(9), You Make Me smile 53 1, lisdoonvarna 57 2, revenire 59 3, Btg $4.00, $3.80, $4.00 (eq fav). 3rd to turn. slowly away. inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities. WON, 30Jun18 lng hd, lng nck rosehill Bm93 1100m 53.5 (a adkins 5) 14, lim 53, 1:06 (last 600m 35.89), soft(7), akasaki 57 2, redouble 53 3, Top striker 53.5 4, Btg $8.00, $12.00, $11.00 2nd settling, 3rd turn.

9. TOP sTRIKER (6) 56 G D hickman (Warwick Farm) 6 b g high Chaparral (ir) – honi. red, yellow diagonal stripes, dark blue sleeves Career record 31:7-3-5 Wins 1000 (2) 1100 (1) 1200 (2) 1300 (1) 1350 (1) Prizemoney $290,555 WON, 02Jun18 nck, 1/2 hd rosehill Bm85 1100m 57 (J Mc donald 4) 13, lim 53, 1:04.92 (last 600m 34.49), good(4), nictock 57 2, difficult To get 55 3, argent d’or 53.5 4, Btg $7.50, $9.00, $7.50 2nd to turn. 4Th, 30Jun18 .8 l rosehill Bm93 1100m 53.5 (s r Weatherley 1) 14, lim 53, 1:06 (last 600m 35.89), soft(7), easy eddie 53.5 1, akasaki 57 2, redouble 53 3, Btg $9.00, $13.00 8th settling, 6th turn.

10. INsENsATA (13) 55.5 J C Coyle (Warwick Farm) 4 b m Beneteau – nonsensical. navy blue, grey maltese cross, black sleeves, white cap Career record 18:5-2-3 Wins 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1350 (2) 1500 (1) Prizemoney $276,685 13Th, 11Mar18 5.2l Canberra (lr) national sprint 1400m 54 (a hyeronimus 6) 14, lim 54, 1:21.70 (last 600m 34.06), good(4), Tougherthantherest 54 1, Coolring 54 2, snippets land 56 3, Btg $5.00, $5.50 last settling, 13th 800m, last turn. stewards queried run. Poor post-race recovery. 11Th, 24Mar18 8.6l rosehill (g 3) Birthday Card stakes 1200m 53 (J Ford 4) 13, lim 53, 1:12.24 (last 600m 35.93), soft(7), Quilista 54 inc 1 over 1, sugar Bella 55 2, hetty heights 53 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 8th to turn. slowly away.

11. DRAChENFEls (4) 55.5 James Cummings (Agnes Banks) 4 br g street Cry (ir) – rheinfels. royal blue, red cap Career record 13:4-4-2 Wins 1200 (3) 1250 (1) Prizemoney $150,275 WON, 07nov17 nse, nse randwick Bm80 1200m 57 (J Parr 4) 9, lim 53, 1:10.30 (last 600m 34.28), soft(6), Princess Posh 55 2, savvan 54.5 3, on The spot 58.5 4, Btg $3.50, $4.20 7th to 800m, 5th turn. slowly away. WON, 09dec17 sht hd, nck rosehill Bm80 1200m 59 (T Clark 5) 11, lim 53, 1:09.78 (last 600m 34.33), good(3), Pipeline 57.5 2, lanciato 61 3, The hipster 53.5 4, Btg $4.60, $4.00, $4.60 8th settling, 7th turn. slowly away.

12. BRATIslAvA (11) 55 James Cummings (Agnes Banks) 4 b g Medaglia d’oro (Us) – Moravany. royal blue, black cap Career record 14:5-3-1 Wins 1150 (1) 1250 (2) 1300 (2) Prizemoney $219,220 WON, 27Jan18 sht 1/2 hd, hd rosehill Bm80 1300m 59 (T angland 5) 8, lim 53, 1:17.43 (last 600m 34.21), good(3), lofty’s Menu 60 2, samadoubt 57 3, Mishani honcho 56 4, Btg $4.60, $5.00 2nd settling, 4th turn. hampered near 200m.

5Th, 24Feb18 1.7l rosehill Bm89 1350m 56.5 (T angland 7) 12, lim 53, 1:20.82 ((class record) last 600m 34.41), good(3), lofty’s Menu 55.5 1, Up ‘n’ rolling 56 2, etymology 59.5 3, Btg $3.50, $3.00, $3.20 (fav). 5th settling, 3rd turn.

13. AlBUMIN (2) 54.5 G A Ryan (Rosehill) 3 br/gr g Foxwedge – dushanbe. cerise, white cap Career record 14:4-2-1 Wins 1100 (4) Prizemoney $260,450 WON, 19May18 1.3l, 1.8l rosehill Bm79 1100m 55.5 (J Ford 1) 10, lim 53, 1:04.24 (last 600m 33.51), good(4), oriental runner 56.5 2, Manolo Blahniq 59.5 3, Virgilio 57.5 4, Btg $2.80, $4.00 3rd settling, 4th turn. WON, 16Jun18 0.5l, 2.3l rosehill Bm89 1100m 53 (J Ford 2) 13, lim 53, 1:04.83 (last 600m 34.95), good(4), Tango rain 59 2, Malahat 55 3, redouble 56.5 4, Btg $4.00, $5.50 (fav). 7th settling, 8th turn.

14. ZIGGy WIllIE (14) 53 David Pfieffer (Warwick Farm) 6 b g Cheval de Troy (nZ) – she’s no Miss. dark green, red chevrons, dark green chevrons sleeves, red stripe cap Career record 44:5-9-9 Wins 1200 (2) 1250 (1) 1300 (1) 1350 (1) Prizemoney $350,435 4Th, 12May18 1.9l scone (Metro) Bm80 1100m 60 (T angland 10) 16, lim 53, 1:04.86 (last 600m 34.93), good(4), akasaki 59.5 1, raiden 57 2, nic’s Vendetta 52.5 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00, $41.00 11th to turn. laid in in straight. 11Th, 16Jun18 6.5l rosehill Bm89 1100m 55.5 (Ms K o’hara 8) 13, lim 53, 1:04.83 (last 600m 34.95), good(4), albumin 53 1, Tango rain 59 2, Malahat 55 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00 last to turn.

Race 9

1500m

4.30

1. GREEN sWEET (19) 63 D A Williams (Moruya) 6 ch g smart strike (Ca) – only green (ir). navy blue, light blue hooped sleeves and cap Career record 18:3-1-3 Wins 1600 (2) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $250,421 11Th, 11May18 5l scone (Metro) (lr) darley scone Cup 1600m 54.5 (g ryan 13) 16, lim 53, 1:35.84 (last 600m 34.29), good(4), sedanzer 53.5 1, duca Valentinois 59 2, Kingsguard 57 3, Btg $41.00, $61.00 12th to 800m, 11th turn. lAsT, 02Jun18 15.3l rosehill open 1800m 59 (J Ford 4) 10, lim 53, 1:50.59 ((race record) last 600m 35.51), good(4), dagny 53 1, harper’s Choice 57.5 2, Black on gold 58 3, Btg $101.00 last to turn. slowly away (3l).

2. hIGh MIsT (4) 58.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 4 b g high Chaparral (ir) – Miss Mushu. cerise Career record 25:5-2-3 Wins 1150 (1) 1400 (3) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $244,405 WON, 11Jun18 lng hd, 0.8l randwickKensington Bm70 1400m 59.5 (l Magorrian 1) 6, lim 53, 1:24.25 (last 600m 35.05), soft(5), lightning nic 56 2, The gavel 62.5 3, Medovina 59 4, Btg $6.50, $7.00 3rd to turn. overraced middle stages. WON, 23Jun18 2l, sht hd randwick Bm80 1400m 58.5 (T angland 3) 8, lim 53, 1:27.07 (last 600m 36.26), heavy(9), Travancore 53 2, impavido 58 3, Voilier 57 4, Btg $3.00, $4.20, $4.00 6th to turn. slowly away.

3. OlyMPIC ACADEMy (5) 57 K A lees (Newcastle) 7 b g Magic albert – laguna lass. lime green, black checks, white sleeves Career record 52:8-8-5 Wins 1600 (2) 1900 (3) 2000 (1) 2150 (1) 2200 (1) Prizemoney $393,005 6Th, 13Jan18 2.9l randwick Bm82 1800m 59.5 (a Bullock 7) 10, lim 53, 1:50.66 (last 600m 36.09), good(3), emperor’s Way 54.5 1, atlantic Fox 53 2, gamblestown 60.5 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 9th to 800m, last turn. slowly away. hampered near 600m. 10Th, 20Jan18 5l randwick Bm84 2000m 55 (J Van overmeire 2) 11, lim 53, 2:03.58 (last 600m 35.45), good(3), Carzoff 59.5 1, Vaucluse Bay 56.5 2, Chatelard 54 3, Btg $21.00, $17.00 10th settling, 9th 1200m, 10th 800m, 9th turn. slowly away. hampered near 800m. Blocked for run in straight.

4. ThE AvENGER (16) 57 C J Waller (Rosehill) 4 b g smart Missile – Certain Promise (Us). purple and white stars, white cap Career record 13:4-3-0 Wins 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $150,345 5Th, 16Jun18 1.8l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm80 1300m 59.5 (T angland 3) 15, lim 53, 1:18.80 (last 600m 35.55), good(4), Manolo Blahniq 59 1, Pianissimo 56 2, Mapmaker 56.5 3, Btg $6.00, $6.50, $5.50 (eq fav). 7th settling, 6th turn. laid in near 100m. 4Th, 30Jun18 1.1l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm79 1500m 60 (T angland 12) 15, lim 53, 1:33.93 (last 600m 36.60), soft(7), Coonawarra 59.5 1, dylan’s romance 53 2, screamarr 56.5 3, Btg $9.00, $6.00 10th to turn. hampered at start. laid in near 200m.

5. DARCI’s AFFAIR (17) 56.5 G W Murray (Kembla Grange) 7 b g darci Brahma (nZ) – Bye Bye affair (Us). dark blue, yellow hoops and sleeves, purple cap Career record 45:7-7-6 Wins 1300 (1) 1550 (1) 1600 (4) 1615 (1) Prizemoney $257,805 2ND, 06Jun18 2.3l, 0.8l Canterbury , C,h&g’s Bm78 1250m 57 (P scorse 3) 9, lim 53, 1:16.05 (last 600m 36.69), heavy(9), Mad For art 53 1, Pianissimo 57 3, red Zephyr 55 4, Btg $31.00, $51.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn. Checked near 600m. lAsT, 16Jun18 5.2l rosehill Bm95 1400m 53 (P scorse 3) 10, lim 53, 1:25.23 (last 600m 36.18), good(4), Flow 55 1, invinzabeel 59.5 2, new Universe 56.5 3, Btg $31.00, $51.00 6th to turn. hampered near 200m.

6. COsMIC ENGINE (1) 56 C J Waller (Rosehill) 4 b g More Than ready (Us) – astrodame. green, white vee Career record 15:4-1-1 Wins 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1400 (1) 1500 (1) Prizemoney $139,225 lAsT, 16dec17 15.4l randwick Bm84 1600m 56.5 (J Ford 1) 14, lim 53, 1:34.79 (last 600m 35.88), good(4), sedanzer 57.5 1, Zourkhan 57 2, Xebec 57 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 4th settling, 6th 800m, 5th turn. inquiry into performance. 10Th, 30Jun18 3.8l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm79 1500m 59 (B shinn 11) 15, lim 53, 1:33.93 (last 600m 36.60), soft(7), Coonawarra 59.5 1, dylan’s romance 53 2, screamarr 56.5 3, Btg $7.50, $8.50, $8.00 8th settling, 9th turn. ran wide early stages. Vetted - no abnormalities.

7. DAlMATIA PRINCE (2) 56 T s howlett (Muswellbrook) 4 b/br g denman – Pagan Princess. purple, white maltese cross and armbands Career record 27:6-4-3 Wins 1250 (1) 1319 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (2) 1750 (1) Prizemoney $145,400 4Th, 17apr18 2.1l hawkesbury Bm79 2000m 59 (a hyeronimus 5) 8, lim 54, 2:01 (last 600m 35.84), good(3), lovani 58.5 1, equipped 54 2, Blanco Cara 54 3, Btg $21.00, $17.00 led settling, 2nd to 800m, led turn. WON, 27Jun18 0.8l, lng hd Canterbury Bm75 1250m 56 (Ms M Weir 2) 12, lim 53, 1:15.32 (last 600m 37.22), soft(6), Magicus 57.5 2, all But gone 55 3, speed hero 54.5 4, Btg $21.00, $10.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn.

8. NAT KING CU (8) 56 J C Coyle (Warwick Farm) 9 bl g King Cugat (Us) – natural Time. yellow, dark blue diagonal stripes Career record 67:11-10-12 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (3) 1300 (1) 1400 (5) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $328,970 7Th, 16May18 3.8l Warwick Farm Bm80 1600m 59.5 (a hyeronimus 10) 11, lim 53, 1:36.63 (last 600m 35.58), good(4), Monasterio 58 1, Vaucluse Bay 56.5 2, hallelujah Boy 57.5 3, Btg $9.00, $10.00 led to 800m, 3rd turn. 7Th, 02Jun18 1.8l rosehill Bm82 1500m 58 (a hyeronimus 4) 10, lim 53, 1:31.68 (last 600m 34.76), good(4), Volpe 53 1, i am serious 59.5 2, Medaille 58.5 3, Btg $13.00, $21.00 led to turn.

9. IMPAvIDO (18) 55.5 Bjorn Baker (Warwick Farm) 4 br g high Chaparral (ir) – assertion (nZ). royal blue, gold braces, pale blue armbands, royal blue and gold quartered cap Career record 14:1-1-3 Wins 1400 (1) Prizemoney $143,080

4Th, 07Jun18 5.6l Wyong C,h&g’s Cls 2 1350m 61.5 (J Van overmeire 3) 6, lim 54, 1:21.87 (last 600m 34), heavy(8), Final Frontier 56 1, Cuba 56.5 2, Clifton County 56.5 3, Btg $2.90, $4.00 5th to turn. slowly away. Carried wide near 800m. 3RD, 23Jun18 2l, sht hd randwick Bm80 1400m 58 (T Clark 5) 8, lim 53, 1:27.07 (last 600m 36.26), heavy(9), high Mist 58.5 1, Travancore 53 2, Voilier 57 4, Btg $4.80, $7.00, $6.50 4th settling, 2nd turn.

10. sIR BARB (9) 55 Clare Cunningham (Warwick Farm) 6 b g Pins – Baas. cream, emerald green vee and cap Career record 29:5-4-2 Wins 1100 (1) 1400 (2) 1600 (2) Prizemoney $121,275 3RD, 02Mar18 lng hd, 1/2 hd Canterbury-n Bm80 1550m 57.5 (J Collett 9) 10, lim 53, 1:34.19 (last 600m 36.07), good(4), Quick defence 59.5 1, Miami dade 56.5 2, abohar 55.5 4, Btg $7.50, $9.00 last settling, 9th turn. slowly away. Checked near 200m. 6Th, 14Mar18 3.7l Warwick Farm Bm75 1600m 60.5 (J Collett 1) 8, lim 53, 1:38.09 (last 600m 35.09), good(4), augustus 55.5 1, egyptian ruler 57 2, reiby The red 60.5 3, Btg $6.50, $5.50 4th settling, 6th 1200m, 7th 800m, 5th turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.

11. hUNTER JACK (13) 54.5 T R Martin (Rosehill) 8 b/br g stratum – Takeiteasyedye (Us). yellow, green chevrons, striped cap Career record 47:5-8-5 Wins 1250 (1) 1400 (1) 1440 (1) 1500 (1) 1900 (1) Prizemoney $434,470 8Th, 19May18 4.2l rosehill Bm95 1500m 53 (B spriggs 11) 12, lim 53, 1:30.06 (last 600m 34.53), good(4), King darci 55.5 1, special Missile 58.5 2, Up ‘n’ rolling 56.5 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 4th to turn. overraced middle stages. laid in near 200m. 9Th, 16Jun18 5.2l rosehill Bm77 1800m 59.5 (J Collett 2) 13, lim 53, 1:52.39 (last 600m 37.28), soft(5), Chatelard 59 1, Kurnel Jaxon 56.5 2, Vaucluse Bay 59 3, Btg $15.00, $13.00 2nd settling, 4th turn. overraced early stages.

12. MAKEADANE (12) 54.5 John Thompson (Randwick) 6 b g Bel danoro – Makeeba. royal blue, white star, red cap Career record 35:6-5-3 Wins 1200 (1) 1600 (5) Prizemoney $177,502 WON, 04Feb18 0.5l, 2.3l sapphire Coast open 1600m 55.5 (B loy 1) 8, lim 54, 1:34.43 (last 600m 35.35), good(3), almost Court 56 2, rock on Zariz 54.5 3, american Time 54 4, Btg $4.80, $8.50 7th to 800m, 4th turn. 8Th, 16Feb18 2.3l Quirindi open 1600m 58 (a Bullock 5) 11, lim 54, 1:37.24 (last 600m 34.32), good(3), evangelist 53 1, loud enough 56.5 2, egyptian ruler 59.5 3, Btg $2.50, $3.20, $3.00 (fav). 7th to 1200m, 8th 800m, 9th turn. inquiry into performance.

13. vOIlIER (7) 54 G R Nickson (Warwick Farm) 5 b/br g Beneteau – ivyrose. pink, black seams, striped cap Career record 35:2-8-4 Wins 1100 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $373,885 10Th, 02Jun18 4.1l rosehill Bm85 1100m 55 (J Ford 12) 13, lim 53, 1:04.92 (last 600m 34.49), good(4), Top striker 57 1, nictock 57 2, difficult To get 55 3, Btg $26.00, $61.00, $51.00 12th to turn. 4Th, 23Jun18 2.5l randwick Bm80 1400m 57 (J Ford 2) 8, lim 53, 1:27.07 (last 600m 36.26), heavy(9), high Mist 58.5 1, Travancore 53 2, impavido 58 3, Btg $8.00, $10.00 2nd settling, 3rd turn. overraced early, middle stages.

14. NICCI’s GOlD (3) 53.5 G Portelli (Warwick Farm) 3 ch f nicconi – gold licence. black, gold edge syndication logo, epaulettes, seams sleeves and pom pom Career record 14:4-2-0 Wins 900 (1) 1200 (1) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $182,670 WON, 16Jun18 sht 1/2 hd, 1/2 nck rosehill 3yo Bm81 1400m 54 inc 0.5 over (J Collett 6) 9, lim 53, 1:24.69 ((class record) last 600m 35.72), soft(6), Curdled 58 2, schubert 57.5 3, snitzel day 53.5 4, Btg $11.00, $12.00 last to 800m, 8th turn. 4Th, 30Jun18 1.5l rosehill 3yo Bm80 1500m 56.5 (J Collett 4) 10, lim 53, 1:32.57 (last 600m 37), soft(7), asterius 56.5 1, sparky lad 56 2, gresham 59 3, Btg $7.50, $10.00 9th to 800m, 8th turn. slowly away.

15. sPARKy lAD (6) 53.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 3 b g smart Missile – lady hepburn (nZ). white, black checks, purple sleeves Career record 14:2-2-2 Wins 1400 (2) Prizemoney $170,325 7Th, 16Jun18 1.8l rosehill 3yo Bm81 1400m 56 (K Mc evoy 5) 9, lim 53, 1:24.69 ((class record) last 600m 35.72), soft(6), nicci’s gold 54 inc 0.5 over 1, Curdled 58 2, schubert 57.5 3, Btg $11.00, $10.00 8th to 800m, last turn. Checked early stages. 2ND, 30Jun18 1.3l, 1/2 hd rosehill 3yo Bm80 1500m 56 (B shinn 2) 10, lim 53, 1:32.57 (last 600m 37), soft(7), asterius 56.5 1, gresham 59 3, nicci’s gold 56.5 4, Btg $7.50, $9.00 8th settling, 7th turn. slowly away. hampered near 400m. hampered near 200m.

16. sO sPIRITED (11) 54 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) 4 gr g so You Think (nZ) – spirited and sexy. black, lime green disc and armbands, quartered cap Career record 19:4-3-4 Wins 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1350 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $118,870 6Th, 06Jun18 8.5l Canterbury , C,h&g’s Bm78 1250m 56 (J Ford 6) 9, lim 53, 1:16.05 (last 600m 36.69), heavy(9), Mad For art 53 1, darci’s affair 57 2, Pianissimo 57 3, Btg $12.00, $15.00, $13.00 last to turn. WON, 26Jun18 lng nck, 1/2 nck Wyong C,h&g’s Bm66 1350m 60 (J Van overmeire 1) 10, lim 54, 1:21.18 (last 600m 35.68), soft(5), dorf star 60 2, Final Frontier 60.5 3, Broom Broom 59.5 4, Btg $12.00, $8.00, $8.50 4th to 800m, 6th turn.

17. MAPMAKER (15) 53.5 T R Martin (Rosehill) 6 b g henrythenavigator (Us) – royal Covers. royal blue, green braces, white armbands and cap Career record 33:6-7-6 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (2) 1400 (2) 1500 (1) Prizemoney $204,625 3RD, 16Jun18 lng nck, sht nck rosehill 4yo and UP Bm80 1300m 56.5 (a hyeronimus 6) 15, lim 53, 1:18.80 (last 600m 35.55), good(4), Manolo Blahniq 59 1, Pianissimo 56 2, Valentino rossa 56 4, Btg $17.00, $10.00, $13.00 3rd settling, 4th turn. 7Th, 30Jun18 2.7l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm79 1500m 57 (a hyeronimus 7) 15, lim 53, 1:33.93 (last 600m 36.60), soft(7), Coonawarra 59.5 1, dylan’s romance 53 2, screamarr 56.5 3, Btg $4.00, $4.80 (fav). led settling, 3rd turn.

18. TRAvANCORE (14) 53 Bryce heys (Warwick Farm) 4 b/br g savabeel – stella livia (gB). purple, green band Career record 17:3-3-3 Wins 1150 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $115,375 5Th, 09Jun18 5.7l randwick Bm85 1200m 54 inc 1 over (J Collett 1) 10, lim 53, 1:12.45 (last 600m 36.13), heavy(9), noire 60.5 1, savvan 53 2, star reflection 55 3, Btg $17.00, $6.50, $8.00 9th to turn. slowly away. 2ND, 23Jun18 2l, sht hd randwick Bm80 1400m 53 (J Van overmeire 1) 8, lim 53, 1:27.07 (last 600m 36.26), heavy(9), high Mist 58.5 1, impavido 58 3, Voilier 57 4, Btg $4.60, $3.20, $4.00 (fav). 3rd settling, 4th turn.

19. vAlENTINO ROssA (10) 53 J C Coyle (Warwick Farm) 4 br g Testa rossa – sassybella (nZ). navy blue, dark green diamonds, maroon sleeves and cap Career record 23:3-1-5 Wins 1300 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $115,725 4Th, 16Jun18 1.7l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm80 1300m 56 (Ms K o’hara 10) 15, lim 53, 1:18.80 (last 600m 35.55), good(4), Manolo Blahniq 59 1, Pianissimo 56 2, Mapmaker 56.5 3, Btg $51.00, $101.00 14th to turn. Jumped awkwardly. Checked early stages. 6Th, 30Jun18 1.8l rosehill 4yo and UP Bm79 1500m 56.5 (Ms K o’hara 15) 15, lim 53, 1:33.93 (last 600m 36.60), soft(7), Coonawarra 59.5 1, dylan’s romance 53 2, screamarr 56.5 3, Btg $11.00, $10.00, $12.00 12th settling, 14th turn. Checked concluding stages.

This publication takes all care in compiling the TAB details but cannot accept any responsibility for any errors. readers are urged to check TAB information with the official lists before placing their bets.

leeton trots Friday 3 Golden Apple super store Pace 2147m

tHe MUltIPles DaIly DoUble . . . . . . . . 5, 7 FIrst FoUr . . . All RACes early QUaD. . . . . . 1, 2, 3, 4 QUaDrella . . . . . . 5, 6, 7, 8 1

TAB Pace

1758m

$5100. 3yo 3C0 Only RBD Mobile.

1 6s186 BusTn Feelz Good . . . . . . . . . B T Jones 2 28036 dAncinG in AmericA . . . . .T S Prest (C) 3 768 BeAuTimous . . . . . . . . . . . K L O’Sullivan 4 17422 lincs BuTe nz . . . . . . . . . . . .G A Forrest 5 88426 Why noT noW . . . . . . . . . . . . R N Turner 6 39542 GreciAn holidAy . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones second line 7 25653 lATe niGhT dATe . . . . . . . E J Bartley (C) 8 838s8 Worlds collide . . . . . . . . . M T Diebert 9 39712 TemorA reAcTor . . . . . . . . G J Harpley

1.17 Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

2southern central engineering Pace1758m 1.52 $5100. 3yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile.

CH

1 21130 hoWs The memory . . . . W P Trembath 2 93218 mozzArellA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones 3 s5566 sWooPed To sAFeTy . . . . . . R N Turner 4 75s80 liGhT uP Billy . . . . . . . . . . T W Allamby 5 73460 lAurisTon dAsh nz M J McLaughlin (C) 6 6667s hAyden hunTer . . . . . . . . S P Hallcroft second line 7 93598 no TAnGles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T L White 8 44568 hunzA VAlley . . . . . . . . . E J Bartley (C) 9 76044 run Business run . . . . . . .C R Judd (C) 10 3642s WhiskiesonTheBeAch . . J W Seary (C)

Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

$5100. C3 To C6 PBD Mobile.

1 11867 cAmroller . . . . . . . . . . . . W P Trembath 2 61454 so kool mAsTer . . . . . . . . . . R W Crowe 3 42111 sunrisinG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones 4 81247 The Pix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .K L Hillier 5 27815 FrAncisco de Gore . . . . E J Bartley (C) 6 460s1 PerFecT Jesse . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D S Lang second line 7 16545 so kool hArry . . . . . . . .T S Prest (C,cl)

4

hrnsw rewards series Final

$10,000. 4yo & up C0 Only RBD Mobile.

2147m

1 69984 rory mclory . . . . . . . . . . . S P Hallcroft 2 76542 zoemAGic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L M Hancock 3 s3872 soPhie sTeninG . . . . . . . . . B A Harpley 4 69583 FAmous BreW . . . . . . . . . . . . R J Brewer 5 s6271 Bold ArT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones 6 45364 ProTecT my shAdoW . . . . . . D J Druitt second line 7 98863 Billy cruz . . . . . . . . . . . . E J Bartley (C) 8 99555 ToPhAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A J Dean (C) 9 77835 dAWn oFA neW BreW . . . . . . T Brewer 10 16796 ArTisTic Bill (r) . . . . . . . . . . . R L White 11 19291 desTiny Belle . . . . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones

2.33 Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

3.12 Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

This publication takes all care in compiling the TAB details but cannot accept any responsibility for any errors. readers are urged to check TAB information with the official lists before placing their bets.

5

milbrae Quarries Pace

2147m

3.47

1 73653 our Buller Boy nz . . . . . . . . B T Jones 2 s9s25 rAinBoW on Fire . . . . . . . . . A C Brooks 3 69686 cAmeloT sPeedsTAr . . . . S W Richards 4 75848 lAnceloT hAll . . . . . . . . E J Bartley (C) 5 79546 leTTuceFirehArVey . . . . . L A Clement 6 83205 hArrys deliGhT . . . . .R S Gregory-Jack second line 7 34494 keys ToThe VillAGe . . . . S P Hallcroft 8 05559 The miGhTy FAlcon nz . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 62564 sPorTy elePhAnT . . . . . . . M T Diebert

6nh3 refrigeration ladyship Pace 2147m

Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

4.25

lanhams Jewellers Pace

2147m

1 56791 indiAnA AnGel . . . . . . . . . . . . .J F Scott 2 45175 WhATTA sTicky BeAk . . . . . . . .J Marcus 3 15536 hell oF A BAnd . . . . . . . . . . .G A Forrest 4 6367s The mArshAll . . . . . . . . . W P Trembath 5 15s37 Goes Boom . . . . . . . . . . M J Buckingham 6 45415 riTchie Bee . . . . . . . . J P Kahlefeldt (C) second line 7 62622 im FeelinG Firey . . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones 8 6140s mAch rAnGer . . . . . . . . . . .C R Judd (C) 9 34137 WhosAGinGer . . . . . . . . . . . . D E Kenna

8

TAB Pace

$5100. C2 Only RBD Mobile.

$5100. Mares C1 To C2 RBD Mobile.

1 48282 illinois BeAuTy . . . . . . . W P Trembath 2 50786 mAch chArm . . . . . . . J P Kahlefeldt (C) 3 95182 conrod kenze . . . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones 4 26113 Girl oF The Glen . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones 5 886s8 mAGGie GrAce . . . . . . . . . . S W Richards 6 83895 JennAs romAnce . . . . . . . . .G A Forrest second line 7 67563 Ashi JeTsun nz . . . . . . . .G P Cooper (C) 8 21767 shes GiFTed . . . . . . . . . . . . .C R Judd (C) 9 1777s rockn in romA . . . . . . . . . .T S Prest (C) 10 37974 BellA driVe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J F Scott

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$5100. C1 Only RBD Mobile.

$5100. C1 Only RBD Mobile.

Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

1758m

1 71387 hArry TurBo . . . . . . . .R S Gregory-Jack 2 65s96 PinnAcle hoPe (r) . . . . . .S J Pike (C,cl) 3 87023 sPooky dreAms . . . . .M R Turton (C,cl) 4 17752 leTTuceVenTilATe . . . .C R Judd (C,cl) 5 7s865 The miGhTy shoey . . .G P Cooper (C,cl) 6 97278 AlWAys in commAnd . . . . . . T L White second line 7 48495 BAdGe oF GAmeness J P Kahlefeldt (C,cl) 8 35444 imPerTinenT Boy . . . . . . . . . R N Turner 9 48713 mosT deliGhTFul . . . . . . . . .T J Gilligan 10 48751 smAsh ThAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones 11 9s398 million dollAr ArT . . . . S P Hallcroft

5.03 Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

5.37 Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

Harness leGenD M1/C3 - Class of race (one metro win/three career wins). RBD - Random barrier draw. PBD - Preferential barrier draw. ODM - Out of the draw in mobiles. RODM - Right out of the draw in mobiles. ODS - Out of the draw in stands. RODS - Right out of the draw in stands. EOD - Moved to extreme outside draw. RHCP - Rehandicapped. TR - Trotter. C&G - Colts & geldings. (C) - Concession driver. (C,cl) - Claiming concession driver


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6.00 Shopping. 7.00 Weekend Sunrise. 10.00 The Morning Show: Weekend. 12.00 Bewitched. 12.30 To Be Advised. 2.00 MOVIE: Beaches. (2017) Idina Menzel, Nia Long, Antonio Cupo. 4.00 Better Homes And Gardens. 5.00 Seven News At 5. 5.30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line. 6.00 Seven News. 7.00 MOVIE: The BFG. (2016) 9.30 MOVIE: Alice Through The Looking Glass. (2016) Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter. 11.45 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 12. Women’s singles final. 4.00 Shopping.

6.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 7.00 Weekend Today. 10.00 Today Extra: Saturday. 12.00 Running. Gold Coast Marathon. Highlights. 1.00 Rugby League. Intrust Super Premiership. Round 18. Wests Magpies v Mount Pritchard Mounties. 3.00 Netball. Super Netball. Round 11. Sunshine Coast Lightning v Collingwood Magpies. 5.00 News: First At Five. 5.30 Getaway. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 Australian Ninja Warrior. 12.10 MOVIE: The Rover. (2014) Guy Pearce. 2.00 TV Shop. 2.30 Step Dave. 3.30 Getaway. 4.00 Skippy. 4.30 Global Shop. 5.00 TV Shop. 5.30 Wesley Impact.

6.00 Seafood Escape. 6.30 Reel Action. 7.00 All 4 Adventure. 8.00 Family Feud. 8.30 Pooches At Play. 9.00 Judge Judy. 9.30 St10. 12.00 The Living Room. 1.00 MasterChef Aust. 3.15 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 What’s Up Down Under. 4.30 Escape Fishing With ET. 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News. 6.00 Luxury Escapes. Return. 6.30 Planes Gone Viral. 7.30 Ambulance. Final. 8.45 NCIS: New Orleans. 10.45 Instinct. 11.45 48 Hours. 1.00 Shopping.

6.00 WorldWatch. 7.00 Tour De France: Daily Update. 8.10 WorldWatch. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 Turkish News. 1.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 7. Replay. 2.55 Soccer. 2002 FIFA World Cup. Final. Brazil v Germany. Replay. 5.00 Gymnastics. FIG Trampoline World Cup Series. 5.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 7. Highlights. 6.30 News. 7.30 Marie Antoinette’s Secret Versailles. 8.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 8. 11.00 Soccer. FIFA World Cup. Third place play-off. 2.30 SAS: Who Dares Wins. 4.25 Food Lover’s Guide. 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 6.15 Peter Rabbit. 6.50 Andy’s Prehistoric Adventures. 7.05 Ben And Holly. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? 8.30 Mock The Week. 9.05 Russell Howard’s Stand-Up Central. 9.25 Live At The Apollo. 10.10 Comedy Next Gen. 11.10 Penn & Teller: Fool Us. 11.50 An Idiot Abroad. 12.35 Chewing Gum. 1.00 Live At The Apollo. 1.45 The IT Crowd. 2.15 Close. 5.00 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 1.30 Sydney Weekender. 2.00 The Great Australian Doorstep. 2.30 Vasili’s Garden. 3.00 Rugby Union. Shute Shield. Round 14. Eastern Suburbs v Southern Districts. 5.00 Crash Investigation Unit. 5.30 Air Crash Investigation. 7.30 Paddington Station 24/7. New. 8.30 Escape To The Country. 10.45 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 12. Women’s singles final. 11.45 Late Programs.

6.00 Rainbow Country. 6.30 TV Shop. 8.00 Skippy. 8.30 TV Shop. 10.00 Rainbow Country. 10.30 MOVIE: The Brain Machine. (1955) 12.05 MOVIE: Carry On Screaming! (1966) 2.05 MOVIE: The Railway Children. (1970) 4.20 MOVIE: Vertigo. (1958) 7.00 MOVIE: The Living Daylights. (1987) Timothy Dalton. 9.45 MOVIE: Licence To Kill. (1989) Timothy Dalton, Carey Lowell. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 1.00 Motor Racing. Dunlop Super2 Championship. Round 4. Highlights. 2.00 Motor Racing. SuperUtes Championship. Highlights. 3.00 Camper Trailer Lifestyle. 3.30 Epic Meal Empire. 4.00 Reel Action. 4.30 The Indestructibles. 5.00 Freddie Flintoff: Lord Of The Fries. 6.00 All 4 Adventure. 7.00 Scorpion. 8.00 MacGyver. 9.00 Bergerac. 11.20 Allo! Allo! 12.50 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 Insight. 12.55 Front Up. 1.40 States Of Undress. 2.30 Cyberwar. 3.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 7. Replay. 5.00 Sloths Save The World. 5.30 Community. 6.35 The Ice Cream Show. 7.30 If You Are The One. 8.30 Prison Brides. 9.20 MOVIE: Friday The 13th Part II. (1981) 11.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 8. 12.00 The Movie Show. 1.00 Shot By Kern. 1.30 Payday. 2.20 Late Programs.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 4.00 Little J & Big Cuz. 4.15 Odd Squad. 4.30 Bushwhacked! 5.00 Grace Beside Me. 5.35 Ready For This. 6.25 Total Wipeout. 7.35 Ladybug And Cat Noir. 7.55 Danger Mouse. 8.10 Slugterra. 8.30 Dragons: Race To The Edge. 9.05 Numb Chucks. 9.40 The Next Step. 10.05 Close. 5.00 The Day My Butt Went Psycho! 5.25 Detentionaire. 5.45 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 10.00 Bid And Destroy. 10.30 Ice Road Truckers. 11.30 Life Off Road. 12.00 Full Metal Jousting. 1.00 Blokesworld. 1.30 Bid And Destroy. 2.00 Barter Kings. 3.00 Swamp People. 5.00 Mountain Men. 6.00 Big Kitchens. 6.30 The Kick. 7.00 Football. AFL. Round 17. GWS v Richmond. 10.45 Rugby Union. World Series Rugby. Western Force v Samoa. 12.45 Late Programs.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 5.30 MOVIE: Stuart Little 2. (2002) 7.00 MOVIE: Babe: Pig In The City. (1998) 9.00 MOVIE: Look Who’s Talking Too. (1990) John Travolta. 10.40 2 Broke Girls. 11.40 Kevin Can Wait. 12.10 Adult Swim. 12.40 Frisky Dingo. 12.55 Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole. 1.10 Total Divas. 3.00 Thunderbirds. 4.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! 4.30 Kate And Mim-Mim. 4.50 Little Charmers. 5.10 Yo-Kai. 5.30 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.00 Random & Whacky. 8.30 Totally Wild. 9.05 The Loop. 11.35 Charmed. 1.30 Will & Grace. 2.00 Becker. 2.30 King Of Queens. 3.30 Frasier. 4.25 Raymond. 5.25 Frasier. 6.30 Raymond. 7.30 All-Star Family Feud. 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? 9.30 Car Crash Global: Caught On Camera. 10.30 Robotech: Macross Saga. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 ABC News. 12.30 Landline. 1.00 ABC News. 1.30 Rescued: An ABC News Special. 2.00 ABC News. 2.30 Close Of Business. 3.00 ABC News. 3.30 The Breakfast Couch. 4.00 ABC News. 4.30 The Drum Weekly. 5.00 ABC News. 5.30 One Plus One. 6.00 ABC News Weekend. 6.30 The Mix. 7.00 ABC News Weekend. 7.25 Foreign Corre. 8.10 Four Corners. 9.00 Late Programs.

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6.00 Rage. 7.00 Weekend Breakfast. 9.00 Insiders. 10.00 Offsiders. 10.30 World This Week. 11.00 Compass. 11.30 Praise. 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 12.30 Landline. 1.30 Gardening Aust. 2.30 Ask The Doctor. Final. 3.00 Antiques Roadshow. 4.00 The Mix. 4.45 Shakespeare And Hathaway. 5.30 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery. Final. 6.00 Back In Time For Dinner. Final. 7.00 ABC News Sunday. 7.40 Grand Designs New Zealand. 8.30 Jack Irish. 9.25 F*!#ing Adelaide. 10.00 Vera. 11.30 The Musketeers. 12.30 Rage. 3.40 The Checkout: Best Before. 4.15 Agatha Raisin. Final. 5.00 Insiders.

PRIME7 (6) 6.00 Shopping. 7.00 Weekend Sunrise. 10.00 Morning Show. 12.00 House Of Wellness. 1.00 Business Builders. 1.30 To Be Advised. 4.00 Better Homes And Gardens. 5.00 Seven News At 5. 5.30 Sydney Weekender. 6.00 Seven News. 7.00 House Rules. 8.20 Sunday Night. 9.20 Crimes That Shook The World: The Lucie Blackman Murder. 10.20 Surveillance Oz. 10.45 Tennis. Wimbledon. Day 13. Men’s singles final and mixed doubles final. 4.00 Shopping. 5.30 Sunrise.

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6.00 Endangered. 7.00 Weekend Today. 10.00 Sports Sunday. 11.00 NRL Sunday Footy Show. 1.00 Netball. Super Netball. Round 11. Queensland Firebirds v Giants. 3.00 Sunday Football Preview. 4.10 Rugby League. NRL. Round 18. St George Illawarra Dragons v Wests Tigers. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 Australian Ninja Warrior. 8.40 60 Minutes. 9.40 Killer Women With Piers Morgan. 10.40 Guiltology. 11.40 Major Crimes. 12.35 Cold Case. 1.30 Getaway. 2.00 TV Shop. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Sherlock. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

6.00 Mass. 6.30 Hillsong. 7.00 Leading The Way. 7.30 Finding Answers. 8.00 Cook’s Pantry. 8.30 The Living Room. 9.30 St10. 12.00 Luxury Escapes. 12.30 Tales By Light. New. 1.30 Everyday Gourmet. 1.45 MasterChef Aust. 3.00 Australia By Design: Architecture. Return. 3.30 Travels With The Bondi Vet. 4.00 RPM. 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 The Sunday Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 9.15 Sports Tonight. Return. 10.00 NCIS. 11.00 The Sunday Project. 12.00 Shopping. 4.30 CBS Morning.

6.00 Tour De France: Daily Update. 7.00 Soccer. FIFA World Cup. Third place play-off. Replay. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 12.00 The Bowls Show. 1.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 8. Replay. 2.30 Soccer. 1998 FIFA World Cup. Final. Brazil v France. Replay. 4.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 8. Highlights. 5.30 2018 FIFA World Cup: World Cup Today. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 First Civilisations. 8.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 9. 11.00 Soccer. FIFA World Cup. Final. 4.00 24 Hours In Police Custody. 4.55 SBS Flashback. 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 6.15 Peter Rabbit. 6.50 Andy’s Prehistoric Adventures. 7.05 Ben And Holly. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Penn & Teller: Fool Us. 8.40 Adam Hills: Happyism. 9.30 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled. 10.15 Russell Howard’s Stand-Up Central. 10.40 Absolutely Fabulous. 11.40 The Black Adder. 12.15 This Country. 12.35 Josh. 1.05 The Thick Of It. 1.35 Dirty Laundry. 2.30 Close. 5.00 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 11.00 Travel Oz. 11.45 The Hairy Bikers’ Northern Exposure. 1.00 Rugby Union. World Series Rugby. Western Force v Samoa. 3.00 Escape To The Country. 5.00 Paddington Station 24/7. 6.00 Mighty Ships. 7.00 Dog Patrol. 7.30 Motorway Patrol. 8.00 Highway Cops. 8.30 Border Security. 10.00 The Force: BTL. 10.30 Motorway Patrol. 11.00 Dog Patrol. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.00 Key Of David. 8.30 The Incredible Journey Presents. 9.00 TV Shop. 10.00 MOVIE: The Lady With A Lamp. (1951) 12.10 MOVIE: Kind Hearts And Coronets. (1949) 2.20 Getaway. 2.50 MOVIE: Kansas Raiders. (1950) 4.30 MOVIE: Tea With Mussolini. (1999) 7.00 Midsomer Murders. 9.10 DCI Banks. 10.10 Law & Order: S.V.U. 11.10 The Closer. 12.05 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Escape Fishing. 12.30 Reel Action. 1.00 The Indestructibles. 1.30 Monster Jam. 2.30 Fishing Aust. 3.00 The Doctors. 4.00 Freddie Fries Down Under. 5.00 What’s Up Down Under. 5.30 iFish. 6.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 6.30 Scorpion. 7.30 Planes Gone Viral. 8.30 Countdown To Murder. 9.30 Motorcycle Racing. MotoGP. Race 9. German Grand Prix. 11.00 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 9.00 PopAsia TV. 10.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 Insight. 1.00 Speedweek. 3.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 8. Replay. 4.30 Cyberwar. 5.00 Big Cats Of The Gulf. 5.40 Vs Arashi. 7.30 The Crystal Maze. 8.30 MOVIE: Wish I Was Here. (2014) Zach Braff. 10.30 Alt Right: Soldiers Of Odin. 11.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 9. 12.30 Slutever. 12.55 The Island: Women’s Island. 1.45 Late Programs.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 4.00 Odd Squad. 4.25 Officially Amazing. 5.00 Grace Beside Me. 5.25 Total Wipeout. 6.25 Teenage Boss. 6.55 Horrible Histories With Stephen Fry. 7.35 Ladybug And Cat Noir. 7.55 Danger Mouse. 8.10 Slugterra. 8.30 Dragons: Race To The Edge. 9.05 Numb Chucks. 9.40 The Next Step. 10.05 Rage. 2.05 Close. 5.00 The Day My Butt Went Psycho! 5.25 Detentionaire. 5.45 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 10.00 AFL Game Day. 11.30 Fishing Addiction. 12.30 Swamp People. 1.30 Motor Racing. Night Thunder. 2.30 Sunday Soapbox. 3.00 Football. AFL. Round 17. North Melbourne v Sydney. 6.00 MOVIE: Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. (2011) 8.50 MOVIE: Iron Man 2. (2010) Robert Downey Jr, Mickey Rourke. 11.20 Rude Tube. 11.50 Late Programs.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 4.00 MOVIE: Muppets Take Manhattan. (1984) 6.00 Big Bang. 9.00 MOVIE: Ride Along 2. (2016) Ice Cube, Kevin Hart. 11.00 Big Bang. 12.00 Adult Swim. 12.30 Frisky Dingo. 12.45 Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole. 1.00 Tattoo Fixers. 2.00 Total Divas. 3.00 Thunderbirds. 4.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! 4.30 Kate And Mim-Mim. 4.50 Little Charmers. 5.10 Yo-Kai. 5.30 Yu-Gi-Oh!

6.00 Morning Programs. 7.35 The Barefoot Bandits. 8.05 Sanjay And Craig. 9.00 TMNT. 10.00 Scope. 10.30 The Bureau Of Magical Things. 11.00 Family Ties. 11.25 Charmed. 1.25 Raymond. 2.30 Frasier. 3.30 King Of Queens. 4.30 Raymond. 5.30 Frasier. 7.00 Raymond. 8.30 MOVIE: Just Like Heaven. (2005) Reese Witherspoon, Mark Ruffalo, Jon Heder. 10.30 Will & Grace. 11.30 Late Programs.

NEWS (24) 6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 ABC News. 12.30 Close Of Business. 1.00 ABC News. 1.30 The Mix. 2.00 ABC News. 2.30 Rescued: An ABC News Special. 3.00 ABC News. 3.30 Landline. 4.00 ABC News. 4.30 One Plus One. 5.00 ABC News. 5.30 Back Roads. 6.00 ABC News Weekend. 6.30 Rough Justice. 7.00 ABC News Hour. 8.00 Insiders. 9.00 National Wrap. 9.45 Late Programs.

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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Grand Designs NZ. 11.00 Gardening Aust. 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 1.00 Landline. 2.00 The Musketeers. 3.00 Agatha Raisin. Final. 3.45 Gardening Aust. 4.15 Pointless. 5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.10 Drum. 6.00 Think Tank. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Back Roads. 8.30 Four Corners. 9.15 Media Watch. 9.35 Helpmann Awards. 11.05 ABC Late News. 11.35 The Business. 11.50 Golf. PGA Tour. John Deere Classic. Highlights. 12.45 The Musketeers. 1.45 Rage. 3.45 The Meaning Of Life. 4.15 Antiques Roadshow. 5.15 Pointless.

6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. 11.30 News. 12.00 MOVIE: Dancing At The Harvest Moon. (2002) Jacqueline Bisset, Eric Mabius. 2.00 Daily Edition. 3.00 The Chase. 4.00 Seven News At 4. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 PRIME7 News. 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. 7.00 Home And Away. 7.30 House Rules. 8.45 First Dates Australia. 9.55 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares. 11.00 Air Crash Investigation. 12.00 Talking Footy. 1.00 Shopping. 5.30 Sunrise.

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. 1.10 Australian Ninja Warrior. 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Australian Ninja Warrior. 9.10 The Big Bang Theory. 10.10 100% Footy. 11.10 Two And A Half Men. 12.05 Rizzoli & Isles. 1.00 Postcards. 1.30 TV Shop. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Extra. 3.30 ACA. 4.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

6.00 The Talk. 7.00 Ent. Tonight. 7.30 WIN News. 8.30 Studio 10. 12.00 Dr Phil. 1.00 MasterChef Aust. 2.30 Ent. Tonight. 3.00 Judge Judy. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield. 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful. 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? 9.30 The Graham Norton Show. 10.30 Man With A Plan. 11.00 The Project. 12.00 WIN News. 1.00 Stephen Colbert. 2.00 Shopping. 4.30 CBS Morning.

6.00 Tour De France: Daily Update. 7.00 Soccer. FIFA World Cup. Final. Replay. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 Turkish News. 1.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 9. Replay. 3.00 NAIDOC Awards 2018. 4.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 9. Highlights. 5.30 2018 FIFA World Cup: World Cup Today. Final. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 Lady Jane Grey: Murder of A Child Queen. 8.40 The Perfect Body. 10.25 24 Hours In Emergency. 11.20 SBS World News Late. 11.50 Salamander. Return. 1.40 Lilyhammer. 3.25 Trapped. 4.25 Food Lover’s Guide. 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

ABC2 (22) 6.00 Kids’ Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg. 8.40 The Moodys. 9.05 Threesome. 9.30 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 10.00 Adam Hills: Happyism. 10.50 The League Of Gentlemen. 11.20 Archer. 11.40 The Office. 12.05 30 Rock. 12.25 Parks And Recreation. 12.50 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 1.20 The League Of Gentlemen. 1.45 The Office. 2.10 Archer. 2.35 Close. 5.00 Kids’ Programs.

ABC ME (23) 6.00 Kids’ Programs. 4.25 Officially Amazing. 5.00 Grace Beside Me. 5.35 The Adventures Of Puss In Boots. 6.00 TMNT. 6.25 Operation Ouch! 6.50 Deadly 60. 7.30 Ladybug And Cat Noir. 7.50 Danger Mouse. 8.05 Slugterra. 8.25 Dragons: Race To The Edge. 9.00 Numb Chucks. 9.35 The Next Step. 10.00 Rage. 11.00 Close. 5.00 The Day My Butt Went Psycho! 5.25 Detentionaire. 5.45 Kids’ Programs.

7TWO (62) 6.00 Morning Programs. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. 10.30 NBC Press. 11.30 Vasili’s Garden. 12.00 800 Words. 2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00 Harry’s Practice. 3.30 Auction Squad. 4.30 Free Range Cook. 5.00 Medical Rookies. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Doc Martin. 8.30 Foyle’s War. 10.30 Robbie Coltrane’s Critical Evidence. 11.30 Late Programs.

7MATE (63) 6.00 Shopping. 6.30 The Fishing Show. 8.30 Fishing Western Australia. 9.30 Cajun Pawn Stars. 10.00 Ultimate Factories. 12.00 To Be Advised. 1.00 World Of X Games. 2.00 Swamp People. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 8.30 MOVIE: Safe House. (2012) Denzel Washington, Ryan Reynolds, Robert Patrick. 10.50 MOVIE: The Getaway. (1972) 1.20 Ultimate Factories. 2.30 Late Programs.

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6.00 Morning Programs. 10.30 Netball. Super Netball. Round 11. NSW Swifts v West Coast Fever. 12.30 Netball. Super Netball. Round 11. Melbourne Vixens v Adelaide Thunderbirds. 2.40 Mad About You. 3.10 Top Chef. 4.25 Heartbeat. 5.30 Four In A Bed. 6.00 Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 Keeping Up Appearances. 7.30 Death In Paradise. 8.40 New Tricks. 9.50 Australian Crime Stories. 11.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Whacked Out Sports. 8.15 RPM. 9.15 Sports Tonight. 10.00 Scorpion. 11.00 Cheers. 12.00 Hillary: The Man Who Conquered Everest. 1.00 WIN News. 2.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 2.30 Diagnosis Murder. 4.30 ST: Next Gen. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. 8.30 NCIS. 11.30 Super Rugby Extra Time. 12.30 Shopping. 2.00 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE: The Phantom Tollbooth. (1970) 1.35 Forever Young. 2.00 Balls Deep. 2.30 The Ice Cream Show. 3.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 9. Replay. 5.00 Rivals. 5.30 If You Are The One. 6.35 MythBusters. 7.30 The Feed. 8.00 Travel Man. 8.30 Armed and Reasonable: Guns And Canada. 9.00 South Park. 9.25 MOVIE: Friday The 13th Part III. (1982) 11.15 Late Programs.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 11.00 Car SOS. 12.00 Airplane Repo. 1.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away. 2.00 Kids’ Programs. 6.00 Friends. 7.00 Big Bang. 9.00 MOVIE: Beverly Hills Cop II. (1987) Eddie Murphy. 11.05 Big Bang. 12.05 Balls Of Steel Australia. 12.30 Friends. 1.30 Black Jesus. 2.00 Adv Time. 2.30 Regular Show. 3.00 Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! 3.30 Beyblade Burst. 4.00 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 WIN’s All Australian News. 1.00 Days Of Our Lives. 2.00 The Young And The Restless. 2.50 Alive And Cooking. 3.00 Becker. 3.30 King Of Queens. 4.30 Raymond. 5.30 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 8.00 Will & Grace. 8.30 MOVIE: Signs. (2002) Mel Gibson, Joaquin Phoenix. 10.40 Sex And The City. 11.15 James Corden. 12.15 Late Programs.

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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Antiques Roadshow. 11.00 Gardening Aust. 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 1.00 Four Corners. 1.45 Media Watch. 2.00 The Musketeers. 3.00 DCI Banks. 3.45 Surfing The Menu: TNG. 4.15 Pointless. 5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.10 Drum. 6.00 Think Tank. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Foreign Correspondent. 8.30 The Truth About Getting Fit. 9.30 Joanna Lumley’s Japan. 10.20 ABC Late News. 10.50 The Business. 11.05 Helpmann Awards. 12.35 The Musketeers. 1.35 Joanna Lumley’s Japan. 2.25 Rage. 3.45 The Meaning Of Life. 4.15 Antiques Roadshow. 5.15 Pointless.

6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. 11.30 News. 12.00 MOVIE: In My Dreams. (2014) Katharine McPhee, Mike Vogel, JoBeth Williams. 2.00 The Daily Edition. 3.00 The Chase. 4.00 Seven News At 4. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 PRIME7 News. 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. 7.00 Home And Away. 7.30 Endless Summer: 30 Years Of Home And Away. 8.30 Interview. 9.30 Swipe Right For Murder: Clare. 10.30 Autopsy USA. 11.30 Grimm. 12.30 Shopping. 5.30 Sunrise.

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 1.10 Australian Ninja Warrior. 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Australian Ninja Warrior. 9.10 MOVIE: The Equalizer. (2014) Denzel Washington. 11.50 The Closer. 12.45 An Hour To Save Your Life. 2.00 TV Shop. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Extra. 3.30 ACA. 4.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

6.00 The Talk. 7.00 Ent. Tonight. 7.30 WIN News. 8.30 Studio 10. 12.00 Dr Phil. 1.00 MasterChef Aust. 2.00 Ent. Tonight. 2.30 Neighbours. 3.00 Judge Judy. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield. 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful. 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.45 Shark Tank. 9.45 NCIS: Los Angeles. 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 The Project. 1.30 Stephen Colbert. 2.30 Shopping. 4.30 CBS Morning.

6.00 France 24 English News. 6.30 Al Jazeera. 7.00 BBC News. 7.30 Italian News. 8.10 Filipino News. 8.40 French News. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 Turkish News. 1.00 PBS News. 2.00 Celtic Woman: Destiny. 3.30 Floyd’s Fjord Fiesta. 4.35 Coast To Coast. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 Nigellissima. 6.30 News. 7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 8.30 Insight. 9.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 10. 2.30 Bear Grylls’ Mission Survive. 4.30 Food Lover’s Guide. 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Mock The Week. 8.30 The IT Crowd. 9.05 This Country. 9.30 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 10.00 The Inbetweeners. 10.25 The League Of Gentlemen. 10.55 Archer. 11.20 The Office. 11.40 30 Rock. 12.05 Parks And Recreation. 12.25 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 12.55 The League Of Gentlemen. 1.25 The Office. 1.45 Archer. 2.15 Close. 5.00 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 7.30 Drop Dead Weird. 8.00 Pipsqueaks. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. 12.00 800 Words. 2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00 Harry’s Practice. 3.30 Auction Squad. 4.30 Animal Rescue. 5.00 Medical Rookies. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Vicar Of Dibley. 8.30 The Last Detective. 10.15 Brit Cops. 11.15 Medical Rookies. 11.45 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 9.00 TV Shop. 9.30 Danoz. 10.30 Antiques Roadshow. 11.30 Keeping Up Appearances. 12.00 MOVIE: So Little Time. (1952) 1.45 Weird Wonders Of The World. 2.55 Mad About You. 3.25 Top Chef. 4.25 Heartbeat. 5.30 Four In A Bed. 6.00 Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 Keeping Up Appearances. 7.30 New Tricks. 8.40 Midsomer Murders. 10.40 Major Crimes. 11.40 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Super Rugby Extra Time. 9.00 Freddie Fries Down Under. 10.00 Scorpion. 11.00 Cheers. 12.00 Bondi Rescue. 1.00 WIN News. 2.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 2.30 Diagnosis Murder. 3.30 Super Rugby Extra Time. 4.30 ST: Next Gen. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. 8.30 CSI: Miami. 9.30 CSI: NY. 10.30 Instinct. 11.30 Countdown To Murder. 12.30 Shopping. 2.00 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE: Wolf Children. (2012) 2.05 Motherboard. 2.30 The Therapist. 3.00 Motherboard. 3.30 Tattoo Age. 4.05 News. 4.35 WorldWatch. 5.30 If You Are The One. 6.30 Gadget Man. 7.00 Cycling. La Course By Le Tour De France. 9.10 Date The World. 9.20 MOVIE: Friday The 13th Part V: A New Beginning. (1985) 11.05 The Good Doctor: Korea. 12.20 Late Programs.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 4.25 Officially Amazing. 5.00 Grace Beside Me. 5.35 The Adventures Of Puss In Boots. 6.00 TMNT. 6.25 Operation Ouch! 6.50 Deadly 60. 7.30 Ladybug And Cat Noir. 7.50 Danger Mouse. 8.05 Slugterra. 8.25 Dragons: Race To The Edge. 9.00 Numb Chucks. 9.35 The Next Step. 10.00 Rage. 11.00 Close. 5.00 The Day My Butt Went Psycho! 5.25 Detentionaire. 5.45 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 6.30 The Fishing Show. 8.30 Fishing Western Australia. 9.30 Swamp People. 11.30 Cajun Pawn Stars. 12.00 To Be Advised. 2.00 Cajun Pawn Stars. 2.30 American Pickers. 3.30 Pawn Stars. 4.00 Swamp People. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Highway Patrol. 8.30 Outback Truckers. 9.30 Full Custom Garage. 10.30 Ice Road Truckers. 11.30 D.U.I. 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 11.00 Friends. 12.00 Airplane Repo. 1.00 Auction Hunters. 2.00 Kids’ Programs. 6.00 Friends. 7.00 Big Bang. 9.00 MOVIE: Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. (1999) Mike Myers. 11.00 Big Bang. 12.00 Balls Of Steel Australia. 12.30 Friends. 1.30 Black Jesus. 2.00 Adv Time. 2.30 Regular Show. 3.00 Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! 3.30 Beyblade Burst. 4.00 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 WIN News. 1.00 Days Of Our Lives. 2.00 The Young And The Restless. 2.50 Alive And Cooking. 3.00 Becker. 3.30 The King Of Queens. 4.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. 5.30 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 8.00 Will & Grace. 8.30 Hughesy, We Have A Problem. 9.30 The Graham Norton Show. 10.30 Sex And The City. 11.00 Late Programs.

6.00 News. 9.00 Mornings With Joe O’Brien. 11.55 Heywire. 12.00 ABC News. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. 6.00 ABC News Express. 6.10 Drum. 7.00 ABC National News. 8.00 ABC Evening News. 9.00 Matter Of Fact. 9.45 The Business. 10.00 The World. 11.00 ABC News Tonight. 12.00 ABC Late News. 12.30 7.30. 1.00 ABC News Overnight. 1.15 Matter Of Fact. 2.00 Late Programs.

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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Antiques Roadshow. 11.00 Gardening Aust. 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 12.30 Press Club. 1.30 Back Roads. 2.00 The Musketeers. 3.00 DCI Banks. 3.45 The Cook And The Chef. 4.15 Pointless. 5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.10 Drum. 6.00 Think Tank. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Brush With Fame. Return. 8.30 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering. 9.00 You Can’t Ask That. 9.30 Adam Hills: The Last Leg. 10.10 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 10.40 ABC Late News. 11.10 The Business. 11.30 Four Corners. 12.15 Media Watch. 12.30 The Musketeers. 1.25 Rage. 2.35 Late Programs.

PRIME7 (6) 6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. 11.30 News. 12.00 MOVIE: Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story. (2009) Cuba Gooding Jr, Ele Bardha, Loren Bass. 2.00 The Daily Edition. 3.00 The Chase. 4.00 Seven News At 4. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 PRIME7 News. 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. 7.00 Home And Away. 7.30 The Single Wives. New. 8.50 Modern Family. 10.50 Splitting Up Together. 11.50 Hell’s Kitchen USA. 1.00 Shopping. 5.30 Sunrise.

NINE (5) 6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. 1.10 Australian Ninja Warrior. 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Britain’s Got Talent. 9.30 Britain’s Got More Talent. 10.30 Embarrassing Bodies. 11.30 Lethal Weapon. 12.30 Rizzoli & Isles. 1.30 Extra. 2.00 TV Shop. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Skippy. 3.30 ACA. 4.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

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6.00 WorldWatch. 7.00 Tour De France: Daily Update. 8.10 WorldWatch. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 Turkish News. 1.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 10. Replay. 3.00 Secret State: Inside North Korea. 3.25 Insight. 4.25 Deadly Predator Challenge. 5.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 10. Highlights. 6.30 News. 7.35 Robson Green’s Australian Adventure. 8.30 24 Hours In Emergency. 9.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 11. 1.45 Adam Looking For Eve. 3.30 Bear Grylls’ Mission Survive. 4.30 Food Lover’s Guide. 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

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6.00 Shopping. 7.00 Beat Bugs. 7.30 Drop Dead Weird. 8.00 Pipsqueaks. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. 12.00 800 Words. 2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00 Harry’s Practice. 3.30 Auction Squad. 4.30 Animal Rescue. 5.00 Medical Rookies. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Jonathan Creek. 8.30 Judge John Deed. 10.30 Cities Of The Underworld. 11.30 Late Programs.

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6.00 Shopping. 6.30 The Fishing Show. 8.30 Fishing Western Australia. 9.30 Swamp People. 11.30 Cajun Pawn Stars. 12.00 To Be Advised. 2.00 Full Custom Garage. 3.00 American Pickers. 4.00 Swamp People. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 The Simpsons. 9.30 Family Guy. 11.00 American Dad! 12.00 Black-ish. 12.30 World Of X Games. 1.30 Pawn Stars. 2.00 Shopping. 4.00 Swamp People.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 11.00 Friends. 12.00 Airplane Repo. 1.00 Auction Hunters. 2.00 Kids’ Programs. 6.00 Friends. 7.00 Big Bang. 8.30 MOVIE: The Matrix Reloaded. (2003) Keanu Reeves. 11.10 Big Bang. 12.05 Balls Of Steel Australia. 12.30 Friends. 1.30 Black Jesus. 2.00 Adv Time. 2.30 Regular Show. 3.00 Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! 3.30 Beyblade Burst. 4.00 The New Looney Tunes. 4.30 Kids’ Programs.

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6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. 11.30 News. 12.00 MOVIE: Friends At Last. (1995) Kathleen Turner, Colm Feore. 2.00 Daily Edition. 3.00 The Chase. 4.00 Seven News At 4. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 PRIME7 News. 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. 7.00 Home And Away. 7.30 The Single Wives. 8.45 Flights From Hell: Caught On Camera. 9.45 World’s Deadliest Weather: Caught On Camera. 10.45 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA. 11.45 Autopsy USA. 1.00 Shopping. 5.30 Sunrise.

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 1.00 Britain’s Got Talent. 3.00 News. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Thursday Night Football Preview. 7.50 Rugby League. NRL. Round 19. Parramatta Eels v Canterbury Bulldogs. 9.45 The NRL Footy Show. 11.00 The AFL Footy Show. 12.30 Running. Gold Coast Marathon. Highlights. 1.30 TV Shop. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Extra. 3.30 ACA. 4.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

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NEWS (24) 6.00 News. 9.00 Mornings With Joe O’Brien. 12.00 ABC News. 12.30 Press Club. 1.30 ABC News. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. 6.00 ABC News Express. 6.10 Drum. 7.00 ABC National News. 8.00 ABC Evening News. 9.00 Matter Of Fact. 9.45 The Business. 10.00 The World. 11.00 ABC News Tonight. 12.00 ABC Late News. 12.30 7.30. 1.00 ABC News Overnight. 1.15 Matter Of Fact. 2.00 Late Programs.

SBS (3) 6.00 WorldWatch. 7.00 Tour De France: Daily Update. 8.10 WorldWatch. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 Turkish News. 1.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 11. Replay. 3.00 The Marngrook Footy Show. 4.30 Tony Robinson’s Hidden Britain By Drone. 5.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 11. Highlights. 6.30 News. 7.30 Railway Journeys UK. 8.00 Peter Kuruvita’s Coastal Kitchen. 8.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 12. 2.15 Inspector Montalbano. 4.15 Food Lover’s Guide. 4.50 SBS Flashback. 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

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6.00 Shopping. 7.00 Beat Bugs. 7.30 Drop Dead Weird. 8.00 Pipsqueaks. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. 12.00 800 Words. 2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00 Harry’s Practice. 3.30 Auction Squad. 4.30 Animal Rescue. 5.00 Medical Rookies. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Father Brown. 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries. 11.30 Medical Rookies. 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 10.30 Top Chef. Final. 11.30 Keeping Up Appearances. 12.00 MOVIE: Poison Pen. (1939) 1.35 Weird Wonders Of The World. 2.45 Mad About You. 3.15 Mary Queen Of Shops. 4.25 Heartbeat. 5.30 Four In A Bed. 6.00 Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 Keeping Up Appearances. 7.30 MOVIE: Rocky II. (1979) Sylvester Stallone. 10.00 MOVIE: Conan The Destroyer. (1984) 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Cheers. 9.00 ST: Next Gen. 10.00 Scorpion. 11.00 Cheers. 12.00 Bondi Rescue. 1.00 WIN News. 2.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 2.30 Diagnosis Murder. 4.30 ST: Next Gen. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. 8.30 Cops: Adults Only. 9.00 MOVIE: Firewalker. (1986) Chuck Norris, Louis Gossett Jr, Melody Anderson. 11.10 Instinct. 12.05 Shopping. 2.05 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE: Spirited Away. (2001) 2.30 It’s Suppertime! 3.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 11. Replay. 5.00 News. 5.30 If You Are The One. 6.35 MythBusters. 7.30 The Feed. 8.05 Dateline. 8.30 Full Frontal. 9.00 Tinnies And True Love. 9.30 MOVIE: Friday The 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. (1989) 11.20 Venom Superman. 11.50 News. 12.15 Desus And Mero. 12.40 Late Programs.

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6.00 Shopping. 6.30 The Fishing Show. 8.30 Fishing Western Australia. 9.30 Swamp People. 11.30 Cajun Pawn Stars. 12.00 To Be Advised. 2.00 Cajun Pawn Stars. 2.30 American Pickers. 3.30 Pawn Stars. 4.00 Swamp People. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 8.30 MOVIE: National Treasure. (2004) Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Sean Bean. 11.05 To Be Advised. 11.30 Rude Tube. 12.00 Late Programs.

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6.00 Morning Programs. 8.35 Littlest Petshop. 9.00 Bernard. 9.30 Crocamole. 10.00 Touched By An Angel. 12.00 WIN News. 1.00 Days Of Our Lives. 2.00 The Young And The Restless. 2.50 Alive And Cooking. 3.00 Becker. 3.30 King Of Queens. 4.30 Raymond. 5.30 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 8.00 Will & Grace. 8.30 Sex And The City. 11.00 James Corden. 12.00 Late Programs.

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Blondie dwhn (7) B J McCarthy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Mott 58 21 .00 ZArpoyA tn (10) R D Griffiths . . . . . . . . . . . N Punch (a3) 57 .5 6 .50 miss norwAy h (9) J D Sadler . . . . . . . . . . . . . L King (a3) 57 4.00 JosepHine seA dwb (3) M Ellerton & S Zahra . C Symons 56 .5 8 .50 prepAre to win db (2) D & B Hayes & T Dabernig M Dee 56 .5 18 .00 AtlAnticA dw (8) J D Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ms L Meech 56 18 .00 mAgnesium rose th (5) Matthew Lindsay . . . . N Callow 55 11 .00 glAyvA d (11) K M Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Thompson 54 21 .00 stylisH missile ch (1) C Maher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D Lane 54 34 .00 typHoon ruBi w (12) D & B Hayes & T Dabernig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .F W Kersley (a2) 54 4 .80 11 429s9 soul stAr h (4) C Maher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C Williams 54 4 .80 12 s22s1 pretty BellA (6) Saab Hasan . . . . . . . . . . . . . C Parnham 54 34 .00 13 46680 uptown gAl dn (13) R E Laing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 101 .00 ZArpoyA, glayva, typhoon rubi, pretty Bella

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1.00 Ladbrokes Odds Boost Handicap

1 1115s liFe on tHe wire dwn (1) Scott Brunton . . . L King (a3) 60 6 .50 2 80158 HeAr tHe cHAnt tcw (7) D & B Hayes & T Dabernig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A Mallyon 58 .5 17 .00 3 41s21 rillito cdw (11) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . .C Williams 57 .5 3.80 4 5s031 BelwAZi wn (6) Jerome Hunter . . . . . Ms S Thornton (a2) 56 6 .50 5 22227 divine QuAlity dw (10) R D Griffiths . . . . . . . . J McNeil 56 10 .00 6 12074 typHoon Jolie dwh (5) J D Sadler . . . . .F W Kersley (a2) 55 .5 17 .00 7 9s182 cHiAvAri dwn (13) N J Harnett . . . . . . . . . . . Z Spain (a2) 55 14 .00 8 54333 mAmZelle tess tdw (8) L & T Corstens . . . . . . . S Baster 55 9 .00 9 148s0 modern wonder dn (12) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . .D Lane 55 21 .00 10 67341 mystiFied tdwn (3) Ryan Balfour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 10 .00 11 14s41 emBecee lil dw (9) Ryan Balfour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 10 .00 12 01940 mAriQuitA dn (2) S P Nichols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Dee 54 81 .00 13 45451 sHArpness dw (4) M, W & J Hawkes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 17 .00 liFe on tHe wire, rillito, Belwazi, embecee lil

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summer sHAm cn (7) D T O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . L King (a3) 60 4.40 snitZepeg cdw (1) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 .5 8 .50 Al pAssem tc (2) K M Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Thompson 58 11 .00 lord sundowner dwhn (3) M G Price . . . . Z Spain (a2) 56 19 .00 usAin Bowler wbhn (4) J D Sadler . . . . . . . . . . . . M Dee 55 .5 11 .00 reserve street dh (11) C Maher . . . . . . . . . .C Williams 54 .5 8 .50 King’s AutHority h (8) M G Price . . . . . . . . . . M Walker 54 16 .00 mAndelA eFFect dwn (15) Scott Brunton . Dean Holland 54 16 .00 street sHeiK (12) Patrick Payne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 7 .00 weld h (9) M G Price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Noonan 54 51 .00 eAgle ridge d (13) M D Moroney . . . . . . . . . . .P Moloney 54 19 .00 eluded wn (10) M Ellerton & S Zahra . . . . . . . . A Mallyon 54 19 .00 streets oF AvAlon (6) S P Nichols . . . . . . . . . . D Dunn 54 7 .00 emergencies 14 1s150 BucKHound dn (5) D T O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 34 .00 15 13s42 sostenido (14) B A Gentle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Yendall 54 34 .00 reserve street, weld, eagle ridge, mandela effect

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Kellstorm w (11) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Rawiller 58 21 .00 mr clAriFy (1) Wayne Walters . . . . . . . . . . Ms K Walters 57 67 .00 onpicAlo twh (13) M G Price . . . . . . . . . . . . Z Spain (a2) 57 34 .00 ZeBrinZ tw (5) Aaron Purcell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Melham 57 16 .00 AnotHer coldie (3) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D Lane 56 .5 4.60 QuicK deFence dwn (4) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . M Walker 56 16 .00 Bling dynAsty wn (8) P A Preusker . . . . . . . . .C Williams 54 16 .00 By tHe grAce wh (6) Andrew Noblet . . . . . . B Thompson 54 51 .00 divine mr Artie thn (7) B J McCarthy . . . . . . . . N Callow 54 10 .00 guiZot wn (14) Aaron Purcell . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Allen (a) 54 7 .00 riB eye h (9) C W McDonald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 7 .00 i Boogi wn (2) R & S Cameron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Dunn 54 16 .00 portion control tc (12) D & B Hayes & T Dabernig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .F W Kersley (a2) 54 10 .00 14 31s22 mAntAstic (10) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Yendall 54 4.60 mAntAstic, rib eye, Another coldie, portion control

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mAsculino cdwh (14) M G Price . . . . . . . . . . Z Spain (a2) cAsA de lAgo w (16) Patrick Payne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mount Kilcoy (7) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Allen (a) under oAtH dwh (1) Henry Dwyer . . . . . . . . . D Thornton legAle w (8) D & B Hayes & T Dabernig . . . . . .C Williams BorellA whn (12) M G Price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Walker FAnciFul toFF dwh (15) C Maher . . . . . . . . . B Thompson Helcrimson w (10) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Yendall KApuZiner w (13) E V Musgrove . . . . . . . . . Ms N Beriman notHin’ leicA HigH dwn (9) R D Griffiths . . . . J McNeil AroHA te mAnA h (11) C Maher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Dee il divo w (3) G M Begg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C Parnham JeddAH AHeAdAH w (4) M Ellerton & S Zahra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ms G Cartwright (a3) 14 38965 BerKsHire lAdy dn (2) D T O’Brien . . . . . . . .Ms L Meech 15 23321 pure colour w (18) Patrick Payne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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GeaR cHaNGeS RaCE 1: (3) Kaipaki bubble cheeker near side on first time; (6) Brutal, (12) Pickup The Pieces lugging bit on first time; (7) Ronan’s Rock lugging bit on first time, tongue-tie on first time RaCE 2: (7) Magnesium Rose front concussion plates on again RaCE 3: (2) Mr Clarify blinkers off first time, gelded RaCE 4: (13) My Paisann tongue-tie on first time RaCE 5: (6) Typhoon Jolie ear muffs off again, ear muffs pre-race only on first time; (7) Chiavari cross-over noseband off first time; (9) Modern Wonder winkers off first time RaCE 6: (10) Nothin’ Leica High blinkers on again, ear muffs off first time RaCE 7: (6) Jukebox front glue on shoes off again; (7) Ducimus cross-over noseband on again RaCE 8: RaCE 9: (3) Theanswermyfriend cross-over noseband off first time; (4) Mask Of Time tongue-tie on first time; (5) Sakhee’s Soldier tongue-tie off first time

Race 1

1200m

11.50

1. HuMMa HuMMa (6) 59 John Mcardle (Mornington)

2 b/br f Denman – Humma Mumma. navy, lime diamond band and sleeves, navy cap, lime diamond Career record 2:1-1-0 Wins 1000 (1) Prizemoney $60,750 WON, 04Jul18 1L, 2.5L Sandown-Hillside 2yo , Fillies Open 1000m 58.5 (J Mott 6) 7, Lim 56, 56.27s (Last 600m 32.41), Good(3), Thine Is The Power 57 2, Appian Way 57 3, Grand Wish 57 4, Btg $4.80, $7.50, $7.00 Last to 800m, 3rd turn.

2. MYStIC JOuRNEY (9) 59 adam trinder (Spreyton)

2 bl/br f Needs Further – White Gold (NZ). white, red diamond and sleeves, white cuffs, white and red diamond cap Career record 4:3-0-0 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (2) Prizemoney $103,625 4tH, 28Feb18 0.6L Launceston (LR) Steve’s Liquor Gold Sovereign 1200m 55 (A Darmanin 8) 10, Set weights, 1:11.68 (Last 800m 47.98), Good(4), Tiesto 57 1, Lady Pluck 55 2 dead heat, Gee Gee Secondover 57 2 dead heat, Btg $2.35 (fav). 4th to 800m, 2nd turn. Blocked for run near 100m.

3. KaIPaKI (11) 58 M Ellerton & S Zahra (Flemington)

2 b/br c Shamexpress (NZ) – Scattercat (NZ). orange, white stripe, black sleeves, orange cuffs Career record 1:0-0-1 Wins Prizemoney $3150 3RD, 04Jul18 lng nck, lng hd Sandown-Hillside 2yo , C&G’s Open 1000m 56.5 (C Symons 10) 10, Lim 55, 57.22s (Last 600m 33.40), Good(3), Ben Hercules 59 1, Oceanity 56.5 2, Worthy Opponent 56.5 4, Btg $26.00, $41.00 9th to 800m, Last turn. Raced Greenly. Hung in during race. Eased near 400m.

4. ZaIDIN (12) 58 D R Brideoake (Mornington)

2 br c Lonhro – Dashing Granada. white, navy blue sash, sleeves and cap Career record 2:1-0-0 Wins 1000 (1) Prizemoney $8670

DEaD HEat FIRSt,, 26Jun18 dh, 1L Geelong Synthetic Mdn 1000m 56 (J Noonan 8) 11, Set weights, 58.77s (Last 600m 34.45), Synthetic, Royal Pegasus 58.5 1 dead heat, Beat It Justbeatit 58.5 3, Charming Miss 55 4, Btg $2.80, $2.25 (fav). 9th to 800m, 7th turn.

LaSt, 27Jun18 8.6L Moonee Valley 2yo , Fillies Open 1200m 58 (D Dunn 1) 7, Lim 55.5, 1:14.92 (Last 600m 38.38), Soft(6), Bright Eyes 56.5 1, Ordell 57 2, Shut The Frontgate 57 3, Btg $1.80, $1.60 (fav). 2nd to turn. Failed due to track condition. Vetted no abnormalities.

5. BRIgHt EYES (10) 57.5

10. tIDaL ROSE (8) 56.5

Shea Eden (Cranbourne)

2 b/br f Bel Esprit – Dance Across. red, lime diagonal stripes Career record 2:1-0-0 Wins 1200 (1) Prizemoney $44,740 WON, 27Jun18 hd, hd Moonee Valley 2yo , Fillies Open 1200m 56.5 (C Williams 3) 7, Lim 55.5, 1:14.92 (Last 600m 38.38), Soft(6), Ordell 57 2, Shut The Frontgate 57 3, Darmasun 57.5 4, Btg $17.00, $11.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.

6. BRutaL (4) 57.5 M, W & J Hawkes (Flemington)

2 br c O’Reilly (NZ) – Alberton Princess (NZ). navy, yellow lightning bolt, armbands and cap Career record 0:0-0-0 Wins Prizemoney $-

7. RONaN’S ROCK (1) 57.5 D & B Hayes & t Dabernig (Flemington)

2 b c Fastnet Rock – Ronan’s Bay (US). black, gold chinese symbols Career record 0:0-0-0 Wins Prizemoney $-

8. aNOtHER BIt (3) 57 John Mcardle (Mornington)

2 br g Foxwedge – Take All Of Me. navy, lime diamond band and sleeves, white cap Career record 3:0-0-0 Wins Prizemoney $3290 5tH, 04Jul18 1.5L Sandown-Hillside 2yo , C&G’s Open 1000m 56 (C Parnham 8) 10, Lim 55, 57.22s (Last 600m 33.40), Good(3), Ben Hercules 59 1, Oceanity 56.5 2, Kaipaki 56.5 3, Btg $10.00, $11.00, $9.00 7th to turn. Jumped awkwardly. Carried wide near 600m.

9. La PaRva (2) 56.5 James Cummings (Flemington)

2 br f Lonhro – Portillo. royal blue Career record 3:1-0-0 Wins 1000 (1) Prizemoney $19,450

J P Salanitri (Caulfield)

2 br f Kuroshio – Roseway Bay. gold, black motif, collar and sleeves, gold and black motif cap Career record 1:1-0-0 Wins 1000 (1) Prizemoney $20,500 WON, 23Jun18 0.8L, hd Donald 2yo Mdn 1000m 54 (H Grace 1) 11, Set weights, 59.86s (Last 600m 35.47), Soft(5), Bold Type 58 2, Shadonte 56 3, Swirl Girl 56 4, Btg $21.00, $31.00 5th to 800m, 8th turn.

11. gWENt (5) 55.5 J F Moloney (Caulfield)

2 ch f Choisir – Red Pointes. black, purple cross of lorraine and sleeves, old gold cap Career record 0:0-0-0 Wins Prizemoney $-

12. PICKuP tHE PIECES (7) 55.5 D & B Hayes & t Dabernig (Flemington)

2 b f Bel Esprit – Suzebabe. royal blue, lime and cerise checked sash, armbands and cap Career record 0:0-0-0 Wins Prizemoney $5tH, 29Jan18 2.4L Geelong 2nd 2YO , Fillies Btria 1000m, (M Zahra 5) 5, Catch weights, 1:03.01 , Track Good(3), Persuader 1, Seabrook 2, Reflect The Stars 3,

Race 2

1200m

12.25

1. BLONDIE (7) 58 B J McCarthy (Caulfield)

3 ch f Reward For Effort – Divine Princess. white, emerald green shamrock, maroon and emerald green striped sleeves Career record 12:3-1-0 Wins 1000 (2) 1200 (1) Prizemoney $200,200 4tH, 30Jun18 0.4L Caulfield 3yo , Fillies Open 1100m 55.5 (D Oliver 6) 16, Lim 54, 1:04.38 (Last 600m 35.03), Good(4), Zarpoya 54 1, Josephine Sea 54 2, Derasa 56 3, Btg $21.00, $16.00 2nd to 800m, led turn.

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widgee turF tcdwn (3) Patrick Payne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 4.80 cHAmois roAd dw (11) Patrick Payne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 .5 10 .00 tHeAnswermyFriend td (7) D K Weir . . . . . . . . .D Lane 56 .5 10 .00 mAsK oF time wh (5) C Maher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Dee 56 101 .00 sAKHee’s soldier dw (1) Jamie Edwards . . . . . N Callow 56 101 .00 mAster reset dwn (2) M M Laurie . . . . . . . . B Thompson 55 .5 81 .00 KenJorwood twbn (9) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . D Yendall 55 34 .00 tried And tired cdw (14) J A McLean . . . . . B Allen (a) 55 14 .00 sAdAQA tdw (13) M & L Cerchi . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Thornton 54 14 .00 BArtHelonA tdw (4) M D Moroney . . . . . . . . L King (a3) 54 6 .50 top me up dw (10) M, W & J Hawkes . . . . . . . . . . D Dunn 54 8 .50 mAlAise dwb (8) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . .C Williams 54 8 .50 cAll me HAndsome d (6) Peter Gelagotis . . . C Symons 54 6 .50 emergency 14 11s01 onslAugHt dwn (12) P & P Snowden . . . . . . . C Parnham 54 6 .50 cHAmois roAd, widgee turf, Barthelona, malaise

2. ZaRPOYa (10) 57.5

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10. tYPHOON RuBI (12) 54

R D griffiths (Cranbourne (1))

J D Smith (Morphettville)

D & B Hayes & t Dabernig (Flemington)

3 b f Sepoy – Zarzuela (IR). pink and navy diagonal stripes, white sleeves and cap, pink pom pom Career record 17:3-3-2 Wins 1000 (2) 1100 (1) Prizemoney $178,375 WON, 30Jun18 sht hd, hd Caulfield 3yo , Fillies Open 1100m 54 (D Dunn 13) 16, Lim 54, 1:04.38 (Last 600m 35.03), Good(4), Josephine Sea 54 2, Derasa 56 3, Blondie 55.5 4, Btg $41.00, $51.00 5th to 800m, 3rd turn. 3 Wide.

3. MISS NORWaY (9) 57 J D Sadler (Caulfield)

3 b f Reward For Effort – Love Valley. dark green, silver carbine thoroughbreds logo and cuffs, logo on sleeves and cap Career record 7:3-0-1 Wins 1000 (1) 1008 (1) 1117 (1) Prizemoney $104,430 5tH, 30Jun18 .5 L Caulfield 3yo , Fillies Open 1100m 54.5 (B Thompson 14) 16, Lim 54, 1:04.38 (Last 600m 35.03), Good(4), Zarpoya 54 1, Josephine Sea 54 2, Derasa 56 3, Btg $10.00, $11.00, $8.50 Last to 800m, 14th turn.

4. JOSEPHINE SEa (3) 56.5 M Ellerton & S Zahra (Flemington)

3 b f Smart Missile – Expect To Win. rainbow checks, grey sleeves Career record 9:2-3-2 Wins 1105 (1) 1200 (1) Prizemoney $88,830 2ND, 30Jun18 sht hd, hd Caulfield 3yo , Fillies Open 1100m 54 (C Symons 11) 16, Lim 54, 1:04.38 (Last 600m 35.03), Good(4), Zarpoya 54 1, Derasa 56 3, Blondie 55.5 4, Btg $5.50, $5.00, $5.50 (eq fav). 10th to 800m, 8th turn. Struck interference early stages. Inconvenienced near 600m.

5. PREPaRE tO WIN (2) 56.5 D & B Hayes & t Dabernig (Euroa)

3 b f Bel Esprit – Suzebabe. royal blue, lime and cerise checked sash, armbands and cap Career record 15:4-2-0 Wins 1125 (1) 1206 (1) 1300 (2) Prizemoney $116,035 6tH, 15Jun18 2.3L Geelong Synthetic Bm70 1300m 58 (M Dee 1) 10, Lim 54, 1:18.85 , Synthetic, Our Sevira 58 1, Mordacious 57 2, Concentrate 60.5 3, Btg $1.80, $2.25 (fav). 2nd to turn. Stewards queried run. Vetted - no abnormalities.

3 b f Barbados – Hot Senora. pink, black crossed sashes, black cap with pink pom pom Career record 11:3-2-0 Wins 1115 (1) 1200 (1) 1219 (1) Prizemoney $114,200 WON, 30Jun18 1L, 1L Morphettville 3yo Open 1200m 51 (A K Chan 12) 18, Set wts with pen, 1:11.50 (Last 600m 35.65), Soft(6), Modulate 58 2, Boomer Beach 56 3, Danger Deal 55 4, Btg $7.50, $6.50 led to 800m, 2nd turn.

7. MagNESIuM ROSE (5) 55 Matthew Lindsay (Caulfield)

3 ch f Magnus – Light Rose. red, gold chevrons and sleeves, red armbands Career record 8:2-1-2 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (1) Prizemoney $138,300 3RD, 06Jun18 lng nck, 0.8L Sandown-Lakeside 3yo , Fillies Bm70 1200m 59 (C Williams 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:11.10 (Last 600m 33.69), Good(4), Layel 56.5 1, Grey Shadow 58 2, Tuskar Brook 59 4, Btg $6.00, $6.50, $5.00 Last to 800m, 6th turn. Stewards queried run.

8. gLaYva (11) 54 K M Keys (Cranbourne)

3 b f Wanted – Status Symbol. pink, purple sash and cap Career record 6:2-1-0 Wins 1200 (1) 1209 (1) Prizemoney $34,210 WON, 15Jun18 0.5L, 1.5L Geelong Synthetic , F&M’s Bm64 1200m 58.5 (B Thompson 2) 11, Lim 54, 1:10.98 , Synthetic, Pure Emotion 60 2, Ramensky 59 3, Seracena 59.5 4, Btg $12.00, $17.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.

9. StYLISH MISSILE (1) 54 C Maher (Caulfield)

3 b f Smart Missile – Nixon. white, navy seams, multi blue and grey checked sleeves and cap Career record 9:2-0-2 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (1) Prizemoney $71,335 14tH, 30Jun18 3.9L Caulfield 3yo , Fillies Open 1100m 52 (L Riordan 1) 16, Lim 54, 1:04.38 (Last 600m 35.03), Good(4), Zarpoya 54 1, Josephine Sea 54 2, Derasa 56 3, Btg $21.00, $13.00 11th to 800m, 7th turn.

3 b/br f Moshe – Rubijay (NZ). white, green sash, black sleeves and cap Career record 3:1-1-0 Wins 1115 (1) Prizemoney $37,100 7tH, 30Jun18 0.9L Caulfield 3yo , Fillies Open 1100m 54 (C Parnham 15) 16, Lim 54, 1:04.38 (Last 600m 35.03), Good(4), Zarpoya 54 1, Josephine Sea 54 2, Derasa 56 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00, $10.00 6th settling, 9th 800m, 5th turn. 4 Wide.

11. SOuL StaR (4) 54 C Maher (Caulfield)

3 br f Hinchinbrook – Brave Soul. black, white stars, white and pink ribbons, black and white stars sleeves, white and pink cuffs Career record 7:1-1-0 Wins 1009 (1) Prizemoney $33,185 9tH, 30Jun18 1.8L Caulfield 3yo , Fillies Open 1100m 54 (C Williams 8) 16, Lim 54, 1:04.38 (Last 600m 35.03), Good(4), Zarpoya 54 1, Josephine Sea 54 2, Derasa 56 3, Btg $11.00, $17.00, $16.00 14th settling, 12th turn. Jumped awkwardly. Blocked for run near 600m. Blocked for run in straight.

12. PREttY BELLa (6) 54 Saab Hasan (Flemington)

3 b f Magnus – Paloma Bella. black and gold checks, striped sleeves and cap Career record 4:1-2-1 Wins 1000 (1) Prizemoney $38,750 WON, 29Jun18 1/2 nck, sht 1/2 hd Geelong Synthetic 3yo Mdn 1000m 56 (D Oliver 6) 7, Set weights, 59.07s (Last 600m 33.97), Synthetic, Liberty’s Torch 58 2, Equiamico 58 3, Ellehcim 56 4, Btg $1.55, $1.65 (fav). 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Jumped awkwardly. Laid out near turn.

13. uPtOWN gaL (13) 54 R E Laing (Cranbourne (1))

3 b f Fastnet Rock – Hifalutin. black, red apple, red and white hooped sleeves, quartered cap Career record 13:1-2-2 Wins 1200 (1) Prizemoney $51,475 11tH, 05May18 12.7L Flemington 3yo Open 1700m 52 (C Caserta 10) 12, Lim 54, 1:42.34 (Last 600m 35.51), Good(4), Barbeque 59 1, Mieszko 55.5 2, Truly Discreet 57.5 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00, $41.00 Last to 800m, 11th turn. Vetted - no abnormalities.

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MR Race 3

1700m

1.00

1. KEllsTORM (11) 58 D K Weir (Baringhup)

5 ch h Galileo (iR) – another Storm (uS). navy blue and gold hoops, white sleeves and cap Career record 17:5-1-3 Wins 1400 (1) 2414 (1) 2500 (3) Prizemoney $151,188 lAsT, 30Jun18 5.2l caulfield Bm84 1400m 59.5 (e Brown 14) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Btg $31.00, $61.00, $41.00 last to turn.

2. MR ClARIFy (1) 57 Wayne Walters (sale)

5 br g Savabeel – clareta. light blue, white stars, sleeves and cap Career record 30:5-3-4 Wins 2000 (1) 2100 (3) 2200 (1) Prizemoney $173,456 9TH, 24feb18 7.4l Matamata (lR) Marks ewen & assoc. Kaimai Stk 2000m 53.5 (S R Weatherley 8) 10, lim 53, 2:03.08 , dead(5), Show The World 53 1, Our King Sway 53.5 2, Rangipo 54.5 3, Btg $15.00 9th settling, last to turn. Slowly away.

3. ONPICAlO (13) 57 M G Price (Caulfield)

8 ch g Hussonet (uS) – Olympic Halo. hot pink, purple braces, white sleeves, purple armbands and cap Career record 49:9-3-8 Wins 1209 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (3) 1600 (4) Prizemoney $478,975 10TH, 30Jun18 7.3l caulfield Open 1800m 52 (Z Spain 1) 12, lim 54, 1:49.58 (last 600m 35.29), Good(4), Pacodali 58 1, Sixties Groove 54.5 2, Trap for fools 59 3, Btg $21.00, $11.00 led to turn.

4. ZEBRINZ (5) 57 Aaron Purcell (Warrnambool)

7 b g Sebring – Tycoon Milly. purple, gold yoke, armbands and quartered cap Career record 48:6-5-5 Wins 1400 (2) 1411 (1) 1600 (3) Prizemoney $545,785 2ND, 23Jun18 2.3l, 0.8l Morphettville Parks Bm86 1550m 58 (P Gatt 4) 11, lim 54, 1:35.04 (last 602m 37.05), Soft(5), Tried and Tired 60 1, Royal Rumble 57.5 3, Sohool 54 4, Btg $17.00, $26.00 last to 800m, 6th turn.

5. ANOTHER COlDIE (3) 56.5 D K Weir (Warrnambool)

4 ch h Snitzel – distant Thunder. maroon, white star, white and maroon stars sleeves, white and maroon star cap Career record 19:6-2-3 Wins 1100 (1) 1250 (1) 1300 (1) 1340 (1) 1600 (1) 1620 (1) Prizemoney $259,675 2ND, 23Jun18 0.8l, 1/2 hd flemington Bm90 1600m 57 (B Rawiller 10) 12, lim 54, 1:37.25 (last 600m 35.21), Good(4), Silentz 54 1, Guizot 55 3, Bling dynasty 55 4, Btg $6.50, $7.00, $6.00 8th to 800m, 6th turn.

6. QUICK DEFENCE (4) 56 C J Waller (Flemington)

6 b g first defence (uS) – Quickfire (GB). yellow, red vee, red cap with yellow seams Career record 41:5-5-7 Wins 1550 (2) 1600 (1) 1664 (1) 1800 (1) Prizemoney $283,989 6TH, 30Jun18 4.1l caulfield Open 1800m 54 (c Newitt 9) 12, lim 54, 1:49.58 (last 600m 35.29), Good(4), Pacodali 58 1, Sixties Groove 54.5 2, Trap for fools 59 3, Btg $9.00, $13.00 10th to turn. laid in in straight.

7. BlING DyNAsTy (8) 54 P A Preusker (Horsham)

7 b g Savoire Vivre (GB) – dazzling Vintage. silver, black checked sash, cerise sleeves, silver cap, black star Career record 32:5-10-4 Wins 2000 (1) 2040 (1) 2200 (1) 2224 (1) 2500 (1) Prizemoney $172,780 4TH, 23Jun18 3.9l flemington Bm90 1600m 55 (f W Kersley 6) 12, lim 54, 1:37.25 (last 600m 35.21), Good(4), Silentz 54 1, another coldie 57 2, Guizot 55 3, Btg $17.00, $26.00 5th to turn.

8. By THE GRACE (6) 54 Andrew Noblet (Caulfield)

7 b g God’s Own – Rain dance lady. red and green stripes, gold sleeves and cap Career record 42:5-6-4 Wins 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (3) Prizemoney $387,850 8TH, 30Jun18 2.7l caulfield Bm84 1400m 57.5 (B Thompson 11) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00 12th to turn. Slowly away.

9. DIvINE MR ARTIE (7) 54 B J McCarthy (Caulfield)

5 b g artie Schiller (uS) – divine Princess. white, emerald green shamrock, emerald green and maroon striped sleeves, white cap Career record 31:4-7-4 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (2) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $390,900 6TH, 30Jun18 0.9l caulfield Bm84 1400m 57 (J Mott 4) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00 7th to turn.

10. GUIZOT (14) 54 Aaron Purcell (Warrnambool)

5 ch g Tertullian (uS) – Guantana (Ge). purple, gold yoke and armbands, white cap Career record 27:3-5-7 Wins 1400 (1) 1600 (2) Prizemoney $150,870 3RD, 23Jun18 0.8l, 1/2 hd flemington Bm90 1600m 55 (d Oliver 11) 12, lim 54, 1:37.25 (last 600m 35.21), Good(4), Silentz 54 1, another coldie 57 2, Bling dynasty 55 4, Btg $4.80, $3.50, $4.00 11th settling, last 800m, 9th turn. Blocked for run near 400m.

11. RIB EyE (9) 54 C W McDonald (Caulfield)

6 b g choisir – Pixels. red, white gatecrasher Career record 22:4-5-1 Wins 1200 (2) 1600 (2) Prizemoney $140,200 4TH, 30Jun18 0.7l caulfield Bm84 1400m 57 (c Parnham 2) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Btg $10.00, $8.00, $9.00 9th to turn. Blocked for run near 400m.

12. I BOOGI (2) 54 R & s Cameron (Flemington)

5 b g iffraaj (GB) – Boogi On The Grass (NZ). pink, black braces and cap Career record 20:5-5-0 Wins 1200 (2) 1600 (3) Prizemoney $134,025 8TH, 30Jun18 5.2l caulfield Bm78 1600m 59.5 (c Parnham 11) 14, lim 54, 1:36.32 (last 600m 35.94), Good(4), Haripour 55 1, Mantastic 56.5 2, al Galayel 56 3, Btg $12.00, $26.00 led to turn.

13. PORTION CONTROl (12) 54 D & B Hayes & T Dabernig (Euroa)

5 ch g Snitzel – divisible (uS). white, green sash, black sleeves and cap Career record 29:4-7-1 Wins 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1700 (1) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $353,960 2ND, 23Jun18 4.5l, lng hd flemington Bm78 1400m 57.5 (f W Kersley 16) 16, lim 54, 1:23.03 (last 600m 34.36), Soft(5), Barthelona 58 1, Ballet Master 57.5 3, Painte 58.5 4, Btg $26.00, $61.00 8th settling, 5th 800m, 6th turn.

14. MANTAsTIC (10) 54 D K Weir (Warrnambool)

4 b g fastnet Rock – foreign legionary (iR). navy blue and gold hoops, white sleeves and black cap Career record 5:1-2-2 Wins 1600 (1) Prizemoney $48,802

2ND, 30Jun18 nse, 2.3l caulfield Bm78 1600m 56.5 (d Yendall 14) 14, lim 54, 1:36.32 (last 600m 35.94), Good(4), Haripour 55 1, al Galayel 56 3, another Bullseye 57 4, Btg $3.50, $4.20 13th to 800m, 12th turn. Slowly away. Ran wide early, middle stages.

Race 4

1400m

1.35

1. MURT THE FlIRT (10) 61.5 B J McCarthy (Caulfield)

6 bl/gr g Murtajill – loves attention. royal blue, white southern cross, sky blue checked sleeves Career record 28:4-2-5 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (2) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $378,600 lAsT, 30Jun18 5.7l caulfield Bm84 1200m 59.5 (c Symons 11) 13, lim 54, 1:10.60 (last 600m 35.11), Good(4), ashlor 63 1, call Me Handsome 56 2, Mr Gustavo 55.5 3, Btg $26.00, $21.00, $41.00 12th to 800m, 11th turn.

2. REDEFINE (12) 61 Ms R Frost (Otaki (Nz))

4 ch g captain Rio (GB) – Miss defy (NZ). navy blue, yellow seams and cap, navy blue seams Career record 19:7-0-2 Wins 1200 (2) 1340 (1) 1400 (4) Prizemoney $92,708 5TH, 04Jul18 5.2l Sandown-Hillside Bm78 1300m 58 (M aitken 6) 10, lim 54, 1:18.28 (last 600m 34.30), Good(3), Onslaught 59 1, Sandhurst delight 54 2, Holy freeze 54.5 3, Btg $10.00, $13.00 6th to turn. Slowly away.

P T Hyland (Cranbourne)

WON, 30Jun18 1.3l, 2l Morphettville Bm75 1200m 56.5 (T Pannell 6) 12, lim 54, 1:10.89 (last 600m 35.13), Soft(6), its Time for Magic 55 2, Hard empire 55.5 3, artie dee Two 59.5 4, Btg $6.00, $10.00, $9.00 led throughout.

15. NETHERFIElD (8) 57.5

4 b/br m Myboycharlie (iR) – li’l cashy. black, gold spots and cap Career record 13:5-2-0 Wins 1106 (1) 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $113,800 WON, 23Jun18 0.5l, hd Morphettville Parks f&M’s Bm75 1250m 56 (R Sakai 1) 12, lim 54, 1:15.63 (last 602m 36.10), Soft(5), Night Queen 54 2, Strykinglee 57 3, Snowbrook 54 4, Btg $2.88, $2.75, $3.00 (fav). 4th to 800m, 5th turn.

14. BAllET MAsTER (2) 57.5 4 ch g Stravinsky (uS) – lady Perpetuate (NZ). white, red circles, armbands and cap Career record 22:5-2-3 Wins 1200 (1) 1208 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (1) 1423 (1) Prizemoney $117,875 3RD, 23Jun18 4.5l, lng hd flemington Bm78 1400m 57.5 (c Parnham 3) 16, lim 54, 1:23.03 (last 600m 34.36), Soft(5), Barthelona 58 1, Portion control 57.5 2, Painte 58.5 4, Btg $9.00, $12.00, $11.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.

M G Price (Caulfield)

4 b g darci Brahma (NZ) – upstaged. lime, pink diamonds band, black sleeves, pink diamonds armbands and cap Career record 9:3-4-0 Wins 1400 (1) 1600 (1) 1800 (1) Prizemoney $112,250 WON, 26dec17 1.3l, nck caulfield Bm78 1800m 55.5 inc 0.5 over (J Noonan 4) 6, lim 54, 1:48.42 (last 600m 34.80), Good(3), andrea Mantegna 59 2, Hot Ruby 57 3, Gold fields 59 4, Btg $2.35, $2.80 (fav). last to 800m, 5th turn.

16. DEMOlITION (7) 57.5 James Cummings (Flemington)

l & T Corstens (Geelong)

4 br g Street cry (iR) – Shatters. royal blue Career record 10:3-2-2 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (1) 1250 (1) Prizemoney $102,000 2ND, 27Jun18 1.5l, sht hd Moonee Valley 1st Bm70 1200m 61.5 (c Williams 7) 9, lim 54, 1:14.13 (last 600m 37.76), Soft(7), Nordic empire 58.5 1, Terindah 58 3, canelo 59 4, Btg $2.25, $3.00 (fav). 8th to turn. Jumped awkwardly. Blocked for run in straight. Stewards queried run.

4. sETINUM (14) 60.5

6 gr g Mastercraftsman (iR) – Springburn. navy blue, white diablo, quartered cap Career record 22:3-6-4 Wins 1250 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $168,725 5TH, 30Jun18 3.7l Morphettville Bm75 1200m 58.5 (S Brown Jnr 1) 12, lim 54, 1:10.89 (last 600m 35.13), Soft(6), Mystified 56.5 1, its Time for Magic 55 2, Hard empire 55.5 3, Btg $16.00, $21.00 6th to turn.

3. MR GUsTAvO (9) 60.5 7 b g Savabeel – fiorenza (NZ). white, next level bloodstock logo, navy blue collar, sleeves and pom pom Career record 42:9-6-5 Wins 1300 (1) 1400 (4) 1500 (1) 1523 (1) 1600 (2) Prizemoney $194,853 3RD, 30Jun18 1l, 0.5l caulfield Bm84 1200m 55.5 (Ms S Thornton 3) 13, lim 54, 1:10.60 (last 600m 35.11), Good(4), ashlor 63 1, call Me Handsome 56 2, Highland Beat 54.5 4, Btg $41.00, $101.00 11th settling, last turn.

s Fliedner (Bendigo)

6 b g Holy Roman emperor (iR) – uptown. white, red diagonal stripes and cap Career record 25:3-1-2 Wins 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $256,285 11TH, 30Jun18 3.7l caulfield Bm84 1400m 58.5 (c Parish 7) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Btg $51.00, $61.00 10th to turn.

5. sTRIKE FORCE (17) 60 M D Moroney (Flemington)

5 ch g lookin at lucky (uS) – Tapanappa. apple green, navy blue sash, navy blue and yellow striped sleeves and cap Career record 29:5-5-5 Wins 1300 (1) 1325 (1) 1519 (1) 1600 (1) 1617 (1) Prizemoney $246,600 6TH, 30Jun18 2.5l caulfield Bm84 1200m 54 (M aitken 4) 13, lim 54, 1:10.60 (last 600m 35.11), Good(4), ashlor 63 1, call Me Handsome 56 2, Mr Gustavo 55.5 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 6th settling, 8th turn.

6. MR INDIvIDUAl (5) 59.5 D K Weir (Warrnambool)

5 ch g Starspangledbanner – She’s alluring. yellow, royal blue knight, royal blue and yellow stripe sleeves, yellow and royal blue star cap Career record 26:5-2-3 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1500 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $326,700 10TH, 30Jun18 3.3l caulfield Bm84 1400m 57 (d Yendall 8) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Btg $6.00, $7.00, $5.50 4th to turn. Ran wide middle stages. Vetted - no abnormalities.

7. THE AvENGER (3) 59.5 C J Waller (Rosehill)

4 b g Smart Missile – certain Promise (uS). purple and white stars, white cap Career record 13:4-3-0 Wins 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $150,345 4TH, 30Jun18 1.1l Rosehill 4yo and uP Bm79 1500m 60 (T angland 12) 15, lim 53, 1:33.93 (last 600m 36.60), Soft(7), coonawarra 59.5 1, dylan’s Romance 53 2, Screamarr 56.5 3, Btg $9.00, $6.00 10th to turn. Hampered at start. laid in near 200m.

8. THAAD (15) 59 M, W & J Hawkes (Flemington)

4 b/br g Smart Missile – uneasy (NZ). green, white vee Career record 15:3-1-2 Wins 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $150,570 11TH, 23Jun18 5.6l flemington Open 1400m 54 (d dunn 13) 13, lim 54, 1:23.12 (last 600m 34.82), Good(4), chamois Road 54.5 1, Ozi choice 58 2, Miss Gunpowder 52 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00, $16.00 10th to turn. Rider charged with careless riding.

9. WAyANKA (11) 59 C J Waller (Flemington)

4 b/br g encosta de lago – drop anchor. pink, yellow maltese cross and cap Career record 24:5-1-0 Wins 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1400 (3) Prizemoney $250,775 7TH, 30Jun18 2.2l caulfield Bm84 1400m 56 (M Walker 13) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00 6th to turn. 4 Wide.

10. DANE THUNDER (4) 58.5 s C Bottomley (Cranbourne)

5 b g dane Shadow – Kokochanel. navy, red ring, lightning bolt and sleeves, quartered cap Career record 29:4-7-6 Wins 1100 (1) 1208 (1) 1500 (1) 1521 (1) Prizemoney $157,645 3RD, 30Jun18 lng nck, sht 1/2 hd caulfield Bm84 1400m 55.5 (c Newitt 10) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, Rib eye 57 4, Btg $13.00 13th to turn. Blocked for run near 400m.

11. DORNIER (6) 58.5 J F Moloney (Caulfield)

4 b g artie Schiller (uS) – deloraine. black, purple cross of lorraine and sleeves, old gold cap Career record 22:2-1-2 Wins 1600 (1) 2800 (1) Prizemoney $215,680 lAsT, 16feb18 6.3l Moonee Valley-N (lR) essendon Torney Night cup 2500m 54 (Ms N Beriman 3) 10, lim 54, 2:37.33 (last 600m 35.67), Good(3), double Bluff 56.5 1, O’lonera 54 2, Ormito 54 3, Btg $11.00, $10.00, $13.00 3rd settling, 4th 1200m, 5th 800m, 7th turn.

12. PAINTE (16) 58.5 D K Weir (Ballarat)

6 b g Strada – Volkaspray (NZ). tangerine and white check, royal blue seams, tangerine and royal blue striped sleeves and cap Career record 35:3-8-5 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $250,805 4TH, 23Jun18 5.7l flemington Bm78 1400m 58.5 (B Rawiller 7) 16, lim 54, 1:23.03 (last 600m 34.36), Soft(5), Barthelona 58 1, Portion control 57.5 2, Ballet Master 57.5 3, Btg $9.00, $11.00 6th settling, 7th turn.

13. My PAIsANN (13) 57.5 M J Enright (Mornington)

4 b g Roc de cambes (NZ) – florella (NZ). lime green, purple diamonds Career record 15:2-4-1 Wins 1200 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $124,313 9TH, 30Jun18 2.8l caulfield Bm84 1400m 55 (d Oliver 12) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Btg $13.00, $16.00 11th to turn.

17. HARBOUR GREy (1) 57.5 s v Brown (seymour)

Race 5

1200m

2.10

1. lIFE ON THE WIRE (1) 60 scott Brunton (seven Mile Beach)

4 ch m Pluck (uS) – Our Seventh Heaven (NZ). green, white sleeves and cap Career record 14:7-3-1 Wins 1000 (2) 1200 (1) 1220 (1) 1400 (3) Prizemoney $259,925 5TH, 23Mar18 6.8l Moonee Valley-N (G 2) ascend Sales Sunline Stakes 1600m 57 (J Mott 2) 7, Weight for age, 1:35.34 (last 600m 34.92), Good(3), Spanish Reef 57 1, Samovare 57 2, flying Jess 57 3, Btg $5.00, $7.00 led to 800m, 2nd turn. Overraced during race. Poor post-race recovery.

2. HEAR THE CHANT (7) 58.5 D & B Hayes & T Dabernig (Flemington)

4 br m Nicconi – Quietzer. royal blue, pink diagonal stripes and striped sleeves, pink and royal blue seams cap Career record 18:5-2-2 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (3) 1200 (1) Prizemoney $380,350 8TH, 30Jun18 4.9l caulfield 4yo and uP , Mares Bm90 1200m 57.5 (e Brown 12) 12, lim 54, 1:10.10 (last 600m 35.01), Good(4), Rillito 55 1, chiavari 52.5 2, Mamzelle Tess 55 3, Btg $15.00, $9.00 3rd to 800m, led turn. 4 Wide.

3. RIllITO (11) 57.5 James Cummings (Flemington)

5 br m Street cry (iR) – unswerving. royal blue Career record 10:5-1-1 Wins 1100 (1) 1150 (1) 1200 (3) Prizemoney $194,450 WON, 30Jun18 2l, lng nck caulfield 4yo and uP , Mares Bm90 1200m 55 (c Williams 10) 12, lim 54, 1:10.10 (last 600m 35.01), Good(4), chiavari 52.5 2, Mamzelle Tess 55 3, Written era 54.5 4, Btg $2.00, $2.25 (fav). 8th to 800m, 7th turn.

4. BElWAZI (6) 56 Jerome Hunter (Mornington)

4 b m Bel esprit – Nkwazi. lime green, royal blue checks Career record 12:6-1-1 Wins 955 (1) 1000 (4) 1014 (1) Prizemoney $128,740 WON, 27Jun18 2l, 1/2 hd Moonee Valley Bm84 1000m 53.5 (Ms S Thornton 5) 10, lim 54, 1:00.77 (last 600m 36.26), Soft(7), dance With fontein 56 2, Khalama 58 3, Gibbon 57 4, Btg $3.00, $3.80, $3.50 (fav). 3rd to turn.

5. DIvINE QUAlITy (10) 56 R D Griffiths (Cranbourne (1))

4 ch m Sepoy – Nun faster. hot pink, white crossed sashes Career record 12:3-6-1 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (2) Prizemoney $239,550 7TH, 07Jul18 3.5l flemington (lR) Seppelt Wines Vic Sprint final 1200m 54 (J McNeil 2) 8, lim 54, 1:12.44 (last 600m 33.48), Good(3), camdus 54 1, Just Hifalutin 54 2, Hellova Street 60 3, Btg $4.80, $5.00, $4.60 3rd settling, 5th 800m, 4th 400m.

6. TyPHOON JOlIE (5) 55.5 J D sadler (Caulfield)

6 b m Shamardal (uS) – Jolie’s Shinju (JP). purple, yellow checks and sleeves, purple cap, yellow star Career record 27:5-3-1 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (1) 1300 (2) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $215,600 4TH, 02Jun18 3.6l Moonee Valley , f&M’s Bm84 1500m 57 (l King 5) 12, lim 54, 1:31.68 (last 600m 35.86), Soft(5), Jamaican Rain 57.5 1, Hectopascal 57 2, Miss clooney 56 3, Btg $8.50, $9.00, $8.50 led to turn. Rider charged with careless riding.

7. CHIAvARI (13) 55 N J Harnett (Pakenham)

6 br m Teofilo (iR) – Nova Gen. purple, gold crossed sashes and cap Career record 37:5-9-6 Wins 1000 (3) 1200 (2) Prizemoney $303,560 2ND, 30Jun18 2l, lng nck caulfield 4yo and uP , Mares Bm90 1200m 52.5 (Z Spain 4) 12, lim 54, 1:10.10 (last 600m 35.01), Good(4), Rillito 55 1, Mamzelle Tess 55 3, Written era 54.5 4, Btg $21.00, $17.00, $26.00 7th to 800m, 8th turn.

8. MAMZEllE TEss (8) 55 l & T Corstens (Flemington)

5 b m O’lonhro – Phoenix crown. orange, royal blue fleur de lys, royal blue and orange seams sleeves and cap Career record 27:6-2-8 Wins 1100 (2) 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (1) 1411 (1) Prizemoney $220,630 3RD, 30Jun18 2l, lng nck caulfield 4yo and uP , Mares Bm90 1200m 55 (S Baster 7) 12, lim 54, 1:10.10 (last 600m 35.01), Good(4), Rillito 55 1, chiavari 52.5 2, Written era 54.5 4, Btg $6.50, $6.00, $6.50 5th to turn. Jumped awkwardly.

9. MODERN WONDER (12) 55 D K Weir (Warrnambool)

4 b/br m Snitzel – elusive Wonder. dark blue, pale blue vee and sleeves Career record 16:3-3-1 Wins 955 (1) 1050 (1) 1200 (1) Prizemoney $192,615 lAsT, 05May18 14.1l Gold coast (Metro) (lR) ubet Silk Stocking 1200m 54 (Ms T Harrison 10) 15, lim 54, 1:08.41 ((race record) last 600m 34.04), Good(4), anatola 54 1, Test The World 55 2, Sylpheed 58 3, Btg $31.00, $41.00 5th settling, 7th turn. 3 Wide.

10. MysTIFIED (3) 54 Ryan Balfour (Morphettville)

4 b m Wanted – ice Mist (uS). gold, black seams, black and white checked cap, gold pom pom Career record 26:5-2-6 Wins 955 (1) 1000 (1) 1050 (1) 1100 (1) 1200 (1) Prizemoney $265,600

11. EMBECEE lIl (9) 54 Ryan Balfour (Morphettville)

12. MARIQUITA (2) 54 s P Nichols (Mornington)

5 b m i am invincible – Klairessadane (iR). green, gold diamond and armbands, white cap Career record 25:4-3-2 Wins 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1350 (1) 1500 (1) Prizemoney $166,690 10TH, 25apr18 7.9l Randwick , f&M’s Bm75 1600m 59 (J Van Overmeire 3) 12, lim 53, 1:35.08 (last 600m 33.74), Good(3), Hussterical 61 1, Jaunty 60 2, Velocita 58 3, Btg $13.00, $16.00 11th settling, 9th 1200m, 10th to turn. Slowly away. Vetted - no abnormalities.

13. sHARPNEss (4) 54 M, W & J Hawkes (Rosehill)

4 b m Wanted – crystal Wit. green, white vee Career record 12:3-1-0 Wins 1200 (2) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $80,325 WON, 20Jun18 0.5l, sht nck canterbury Bm79 1200m 53.5 (c Brown 5) 6, lim 53, 1:14.21 (last 600m 38.12), Heavy(9), Mr Tickets 57 2, Salerno 53.5 3, Siam 56.5 4, Btg $4.00, $4.80 3rd to 800m, 4th turn.

Race 6

2000m

2.50

1. MAsCUlINO (14) 61 M G Price (Caulfield)

3 b/br g Smart Missile – Special Melody. royal blue, silver stripe, royal blue and silver stripe cap Career record 10:5-1-0 Wins 1106 (1) 1400 (1) 1509 (1) 2000 (2) Prizemoney $314,550 WON, 30Jun18 3l, 2.3l caulfield 3yo Open 2000m 58 (Z Spain 9) 12, lim 54, 2:02.14 (last 600m 35.93), Good(4), under Oath 54.5 2, Jeddah aheadah 51 3, Borella 54 4, Btg $2.50, $2.80, $2.60 (fav). 2nd to turn. Ran wide early stages.

2. CAsA DE lAGO (16) 54 Patrick Payne (Plumpton)

3 b f delago deluxe – Miss cacciatore. blue, white star, red cap Career record 16:3-4-1 Wins 1400 (1) 1457 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $108,280 2ND, 07Jul18 1.8l, 2.8l flemington 3yo , fillies Open 1600m 58 (M dee 9) 9, lim 54, 1:37.93 (last 600m 35.86), Good(4), Mintha 57 1, Pageantry 54 3, elle Gagne 57 4, Btg $9.00, $8.50, $13.00 last to turn.

3. MOUNT KIlCOy (7) 54 D K Weir (Warrnambool)

3 b c High chaparral (iR) – Rhythm in Paris. mccauley tartan, black sleeves, emerald green cap, red pom pom Career record 4:1-3-0 Wins 1400 (1) Prizemoney $62,640 2ND, 07Jul18 0.5l, 0.8l flemington 3yo Open 1600m 54 (d Yendall 5) 9, lim 54, 1:39.54 (last 600m 34.41), Good(4), Mr Money Bags 55.5 1, Gaulois 60 3, Remember The Name 55.5 4, Btg $3.50, $3.00, $3.80 6th settling, 7th turn. inquiry into performance.

4. UNDER OATH (1) 54 Henry Dwyer (Caulfield)

3 b g Star Witness – My central (iT). navy, white star, green sleeves, white armbands and cap, green star Career record 15:3-1-3 Wins 1400 (1) 2000 (1) 2100 (1) Prizemoney $96,245 2ND, 30Jun18 3l, 2.3l caulfield 3yo Open 2000m 54.5 (B Mertens 1) 12, lim 54, 2:02.14 (last 600m 35.93), Good(4), Masculino 58 1, Jeddah aheadah 51 3, Borella 54 4, Btg $9.00, $8.50 led to turn.

5. lEGAlE (8) 54 D & B Hayes & T Dabernig (Flemington)

3 b/br g Nicconi – legal Thrills. cerise, white and royal blue halved sleeves, cerise and royal blue quartered cap Career record 4:2-0-2 Wins 1600 (1) 1800 (1) Prizemoney $36,920 WON, 04Jul18 1l, 1.5l Sandown-Hillside Bm64 1800m 59 (c Williams 4) 11, lim 54, 1:52.02 (last 600m 35.56), Good(3), River Goddess 58 2, citrus Wish 57.5 3, Mirimar 60 4, Btg $2.35, $2.50, $2.35 (fav). 7th to 1200m, 8th 800m, 6th turn.

6. BOREllA (12) 54 M G Price (Caulfield)

3 b/br g Pierro – Princess Quality. white, blue striped sleeves and striped cap Career record 8:2-1-1 Wins 1400 (1) 1717 (1) Prizemoney $42,605 4TH, 30Jun18 8.3l caulfield 3yo Open 2000m 54 (d dunn 4) 12, lim 54, 2:02.14 (last 600m 35.93), Good(4), Masculino 58 1, under Oath 54.5 2, Jeddah aheadah 51 3, Btg $8.50, $10.00, $9.00 7th to 800m, 6th turn. Jumped awkwardly.

7. FANCIFUl TOFF (15) 54 C Maher (Caulfield)

3 b g Toorak Toff – fanciful Bella. pale blue, cerise maltese cross and striped sleeves, striped cap Career record 4:2-1-0 Wins 1800 (1) 2009 (1) Prizemoney $28,950 WON, 25Jun18 6.3l, 0.8l Mildura Bm58 2009m 60 (M Poy 7) 14, lim 54, 2:06.68 (last 600m 37.34), Good(4), ambassador lad 61.5 2, Zolt 60 3, Skilled assassin 59.5 4, Btg $2.80, $3.00 led settling, 2nd 1200m, 3rd 800m, led turn.

8. HElCRIMsON (10) 54 D K Weir (Ballarat)

3 b g Helmet – crimson Ribbon. yellow, red diamond and sleeves, yellow double armbands Career record 7:2-2-0 Wins 1200 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $62,315 WON, 06Jul18 0.8l, 0.8l Bendigo Bm64 1600m 58.5 (d Yendall 3) 12, lim 54, 1:37.53 (last 600m 38.64), Good(4), Jolie’s cafe 61 2, all day every day 59 3, Our Boy charlie 58 4, Btg $2.50, $4.00 (fav). 5th to 1200m, 6th to turn.

9. KAPUZINER (13) 54 E v Musgrove (Cranbourne)

3 b g Reset – latte (NZ). red and white diamonds, black sleeves, red cap Career record 11:2-2-1 Wins 1600 (1) 2212 (1) Prizemoney $48,965 WON, 01Jul18 1/2 hd, 3l Sale cls 1 1600m 59 (J Mott 12) 14, lim 54, 1:38.81 (last 600m 37.88), Soft(6), full Of Theories 55.5 2, Barney allen 58.5 3, aldamisa 54 4, Btg $5.50, $6.00, $5.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn.

10. NOTHIN’ lEICA HIGH (9) 54 R D Griffiths (Cranbourne (1))

3 br g High chaparral (iR) – cinque cento. pink and navy diagonal stripes, white sleeves and cap, pink pom pom Career record 10:2-0-2 Wins 1600 (1) 2046 (1) Prizemoney $51,110 7TH, 30Jun18 8.8l caulfield 3yo Open 2000m 54 (J McNeil 12) 12, lim 54, 2:02.14 (last 600m 35.93), Good(4), Masculino 58 1, under Oath 54.5 2, Jeddah aheadah 51 3, Btg $7.00, $11.00 8th to turn.

11. AROHA TE MANA (11) 54 C Maher (Caulfield)

3 br g Von costa de Hero – arohanui. royal blue, lime hoops, hooped cap Career record 6:1-1-0 Wins 1600 (1) Prizemoney $26,050 7TH, 07Jul18 5.6l flemington 3yo Open 1600m 54 (M dee 7) 9, lim 54, 1:39.54 (last 600m 34.41), Good(4), Mr Money Bags 55.5 1, Mount Kilcoy 54 2, Gaulois 60 3, Btg $16.00, $26.00 last to turn. Jumped awkwardly. Overraced early stages.

12. Il DIvO (3) 54 G M Begg (Pinecliff Mt. Eliza)

3 ch/gr g dalakhani (iR) – Yau chin. black, white armbands, red cap Career record 14:2-0-2 Wins 1421 (1) 1900 (1) Prizemoney $70,260 WON, 29Jun18 1/2 nck, lng hd Geelong Synthetic cls 1 1900m 57.5 (J childs 5) 9, lim 54, 1:57.92 (last 600m 35.91), Synthetic, east West 56.5 2, countess delta 55 3, Jimmie Jim 56 4, Btg $2.35, $2.50, $2.35 (fav). 2nd settling, 3rd 1200m, 2nd 800m, led turn.

13. JEDDAH AHEADAH (4) 54 M Ellerton & s Zahra (Flemington)

3 gr f Pierro – Strawberry Malt. rainbow checks, grey sleeves Career record 8:1-1-5 Wins 1600 (1) Prizemoney $37,901 3RD, 30Jun18 3l, 2.3l caulfield 3yo Open 2000m 51 (Ms G cartwright 2) 12, lim 54, 2:02.14 (last 600m 35.93), Good(4), Masculino 58 1, under Oath 54.5 2, Borella 54 4, Btg $21.00, $17.00 3rd throughout.

14. BERKsHIRE lADy (2) 54 D T O’Brien (Flemington)

3 b f Star Witness – Placement (NZ). white, navy blue swirls, armbands, cuffs and cap Career record 13:1-1-3 Wins 2000 (1) Prizemoney $57,585 5TH, 30Jun18 8.5l caulfield 3yo Open 2000m 54 (B Thompson 11) 12, lim 54, 2:02.14 (last 600m 35.93), Good(4), Masculino 58 1, under Oath 54.5 2, Jeddah aheadah 51 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 5th throughout. Ran wide middle stages.

15. PURE COlOUR (18) 54 Patrick Payne (Plumpton)

3 b f Zoffany (iR) – colour Wheel. red, white cap Career record 7:1-2-3 Wins 1590 (1) Prizemoney $25,995 WON, 02Jul18 7l, 2.8l Wangaratta Mdn 1590m 56.5 (W egan 1) 14, Set weights, 1:38.94 (last 600m 37.38), Soft(6), itchicoo Park 58.5 2, Sunday afternoon 56.5 3, Big country 58.5 4, Btg $2.80, $2.25 (fav). 9th settling, 10th 1200m, 8th 800m, 6th turn.

16. MITRUsT (19) 54 Richard laming (Cranbourne (1))

3 b/br g Trusting – Millie Rose. white, emerald green maltese cross, quartered cap Career record 4:1-0-0 Wins 1300 (1) Prizemoney $18,075 4TH, 28Jun18 5.5l Racing.com Park Syn Bm64 1400m 59 (Ms J Payne 2) 12, lim 54, 1:25 (last 600m 34.70), Synthetic, Reserve Street 60 1, Maxey campo 59 2, Strike action 60 3, Btg $9.00, $13.00 2nd to turn.

17. sEAs NO lIMIT (17) 54 M Ellerton & s Zahra (Flemington)

3 b g Ocean Park (NZ) – Boundless (NZ). white, royal blue and yellow diagonal stripes, striped cap Career record 3:1-0-0 Wins 1600 (1) Prizemoney $12,650 11TH, 30Jun18 13.4l caulfield 3yo Open 2000m 54 (Ms l Meech 5) 12, lim 54, 2:02.14 (last 600m 35.93), Good(4), Masculino 58 1, under Oath 54.5 2, Jeddah aheadah 51 3, Btg $10.00, $9.00, $10.00 9th to 800m, 11th turn. Jumped awkwardly. Overraced early, middle stages. Vetted - no abnormalities.

18. BARNEy AllEN (6) 54 Alisa Hinch (Geelong)

3 b g Stryker – Jazz Baby (NZ). magenta, black vee and collar, diabolo sleeves, quartered cap, gold pom pom Career record 12:1-2-2 Wins 1600 (1) Prizemoney $44,550 3RD, 01Jul18 1/2 hd, 3l Sale cls 1 1600m 58.5 (c Robertson 7) 14, lim 54, 1:38.81 (last 600m 37.88), Soft(6), Kapuziner 59 1, full Of Theories 55.5 2, aldamisa 54 4, Btg $8.50, $9.00 9th settling, 7th 1200m, 8th 800m, 5th turn. Jumped awkwardly. Became unbalanced.

19. RElIABlE MAGIC (5) 54 Richard laming (Cranbourne (1))

3 gr g Reliable Man (GB) – Mahamaya (NZ). white, emerald green maltese cross, white cap Career record 7:1-0-3 Wins 2200 (1) Prizemoney $19,490 WON, 19Jun18 2l, nck Racing.com Park Syn Mdn 2200m 58.5 (Ms J Payne 5) 11, Set weights, 2:19.13 (last 600m 35.76), Synthetic, casa Rossa 58.5 2, Set With Jewels 56.5 3, Subutai 58.5 4, Btg $5.00, $7.50 2nd to 800m, led turn.

Race 7

1100m

3.30

1. vOODOO lAD (5) 58.5 D K Weir (Warrnambool)

6 b g i am invincible – O’fortuna. red, yellow seams and cap Career record 26:10-7-2 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (4) 1200 (3) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $1,086,660 15TH, 09Jun18 8.1l doomben (G 1) Stradbroke Hcp 1350m 53.5 (c Parnham 5) 16, lim 50, 1:19.95 (last 600m 35.44), Heavy(8), Santa ana lane 55.5 1, Super cash 51.5 2, champagne cuddles 51 inc 1 over 3, Btg $21.00, $17.00 7th settling, 9th 800m, last turn. 3 Wide.

2. CRysTAl DREAMER (7) 58.5 M Ellerton & s Zahra (Flemington)

5 ch g Stratum – crystal Wit. lime, purple and gold braces and armbands Career record 24:10-4-4 Wins 1000 (4) 1010 (1) 1100 (1) 1200 (4) Prizemoney $486,260 3RD, 03Mar18 sht hd, 1l flemington (lR) aTa/ Bob Hoysted Hcp 1000m 58.5 (d lane 4) 10, lim 54, 57.53s (last 600m 32.59), Good(3), Secret agenda 60 1, i’m Wesley 55 2, Husson eagle 54 4, Btg $5.50, $4.60 led to 400m.

3. sUNDAy EsCAPE (4) 58.5 Andrew Murray (sale)

7 b/br g Hard Spun (uS) – induct. tangerine, navy blue braces Career record 42:6-12-7 Wins 955 (1) 1000 (3) 1012 (1) 1100 (1) Prizemoney $402,125 5TH, 23Jun18 3.5l flemington Open 1100m 55 (d dunn 7) 12, lim 54, 1:03.63 (last 600m 33.94), Good(4), Malibu Style 58 1, divine Quality 54 2, labuan Star 51 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00 led to 800m, 2nd 400m.

4. AsHlOR (2) 58.5 D J McCarthy (Wangaratta)

4 b g Hard Spun (uS) – another Shot. royal blue, gold checked sash and sleeves, gold and royal blue checked cap Career record 18:8-2-3 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (1) 1170 (1) 1200 (4) 1209 (1) Prizemoney $373,200 WON, 30Jun18 1l, 0.5l caulfield Bm84 1200m 63 (J Mott 1) 13, lim 54, 1:10.60 (last 600m 35.11), Good(4), call Me Handsome 56 2, Mr Gustavo 55.5 3, Highland Beat 54.5 4, Btg $10.00, $12.00, $9.00 4th to turn.

5. INN KEEPER (1) 58.5 symon Wilde (Warrnambool)

4 b g Host (cH) – Petit cadeau. grey, pink band, armbands and cap Career record 9:7-1-0 Wins 1100 (3) 1125 (1) 1200 (3) Prizemoney $187,175 WON, 08Jun18 nck, 2.5l Swan Hill Open 1200m 54 (Ms l Meech 9) 10, lim 54, 1:15.99 (last 600m 37.86), Heavy(10), first among equals 60 2, Got The Goss 54 3, Steel frost 58 4, Btg $2.10, $2.25, $2.00 (fav). led throughout.

6. JUKEBOx (6) 58 C Maher (Caulfield)

3 b c Snitzel – Jestatune. royal blue, lime hoops, hooped cap Career record 6:3-2-0 Wins 1100 (2) 1200 (1) Prizemoney $339,900 14TH, 04Nov17 6.8l flemington (G 1) coolmore Stud Stakes 1200m 57 (c Williams 3) 20, Set weights, 1:09.10 (last 600m 34.40), Good(3), Merchant Navy 57 1, invincible Star 55 2, formality 55 3, Btg $16.00, $26.00 8th settling, 11th 800m, 14th 400m. Jumped awkwardly. Stewards queried run. lame after race.

7. DUCIMUs (8) 58 D K Weir (Ballarat)

3 b c Snitzel – Beauty World. purple, white disc and cap Career record 8:2-2-0 Wins 1100 (2) Prizemoney $158,600 8TH, 23Jun18 11.5l flemington 3yo Open 1100m 55.5 (d Yendall 2) 9, lim 54, 1:02.26 (last 600m 32.58), Soft(5), Nature Strip 60.5 1, i am Someone 52 2, double Jeopardy 54 3, Btg $4.00, $5.00 5th settling, 6th 400m. Overraced during race. lacerations.

8. sHOWPERO (3) 56.5 W F Francis & G Kent (strathalbyn)

4 b m Kaphero – don’tbreakmyheart. black, aqua maltese cross, white sleeves, aqua cap Career record 15:5-2-5 Wins 1000 (4) 1100 (1) Prizemoney $219,150 WON, 16Jun18 lng hd, 1/2 nck Moonee Valley 4yo and uP , Mares Bm84 1000m 58 (Ms J Kah 9) 13, lim 54, 59.81s (last 600m 35.58), Soft(6), Rillito 57.5 2, Belwazi 55 3, appalachian annie 54.5 4, Btg $3.50 (fav). 2nd to 800m, 3rd turn. Jumped awkwardly. 3 Wide.

Race 8

1400m

4.10

1. sUMMER sHAM (7) 60 D T O’Brien (Flemington)

3 ch f Not a Single doubt – Hot Summer Night. hot pink, yellow star, navy blue and yellow stars sleeves, hot pink and yellow star cap Career record 5:3-0-0 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $188,150 6TH, 30Jun18 0.6l caulfield 3yo , fillies Open 1100m 57.5 (l King 4) 16, lim 54, 1:04.38 (last 600m 35.03), Good(4), Zarpoya 54 1, Josephine Sea 54 2, derasa 56 3, Btg $4.60, $9.00, $8.50 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Blocked for run near 400m.

2. sNITZEPEG (1) 58.5 D K Weir (Ballarat)

3 b c Snitzel – Pegasus Queen. yellow, red diamond and sleeves, yellow double armbands Career record 15:3-2-0 Wins 1200 (1) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $224,650 6TH, 30Jun18 3l caulfield 3yo Open 1400m 58.5 (e Brown 13) 13, lim 54, 1:23.25 (last 600m 35.55), Good(4), al Passem 56 1, Street Sheik 51 2, Greyworm 54 3, Btg $21.00, $17.00, $21.00 12th settling, last 800m, 11th turn.

3. Al PAssEM (2) 58 K M Keys (Cranbourne)

3 bl g al Maher – Ruby Bre. pink, purple sash and cap Career record 9:3-1-0 Wins 1100 (2) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $167,500 WON, 30Jun18 hd, hd caulfield 3yo Open 1400m 56 (B Thompson 12) 13, lim 54, 1:23.25 (last 600m 35.55), Good(4), Street Sheik 51 2, Greyworm 54 3, Streets Of avalon 52.5 4, Btg $15.00, $26.00, $21.00 led throughout.

4. lORD sUNDOWNER (3) 56 M G Price (Caulfield)

3 b g Hard Spun (uS) – fanza. cerise, white and black diamonds band and diamonds armbands Career record 12:3-3-1 Wins 1200 (1) 1330 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $118,210 5TH, 30Jun18 2.7l caulfield 3yo Open 1400m 54.5 (l Riordan 5) 13, lim 54, 1:23.25 (last 600m 35.55), Good(4), al Passem 56 1, Street Sheik 51 2, Greyworm 54 3, Btg $13.00, $9.00 2nd to turn.

5. UsAIN BOWlER (4) 55.5 J D sadler (Caulfield)

3 br g So You Think (NZ) – eileen. red, royal blue stars, red and royal blue stars cap Career record 5:2-0-1 Wins 1200 (2) Prizemoney $94,725 8TH, 30Jun18 3.9l caulfield 3yo Open 1400m 56.5 (d Oliver 6) 13, lim 54, 1:23.25 (last 600m 35.55), Good(4), al Passem 56 1, Street Sheik 51 2, Greyworm 54 3, Btg $4.60, $3.80 (fav). 8th settling, 10th 800m, 9th turn. Vet examination.

6. REsERvE sTREET (11) 54.5 C Maher (Caulfield)

3 b/br g Street cry (iR) – Villa Moura (NZ). grey, light blue hooped cap Career record 7:3-0-1 Wins 1200 (1) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $40,075 WON, 28Jun18 1.3l, 1.5l Racing.com Park Syn Bm64 1400m 60 (B Thompson 12) 12, lim 54, 1:25 (last 600m 34.70), Synthetic, Maxey campo 59 2, Strike action 60 3, Mitrust 59 4, Btg $2.50, $2.80, $2.25 (fav). led throughout.

7. KING’s AUTHORITy (8) 54 M G Price (Caulfield)

3 b g Snitzel – amy’s Glen. yellow, red sun stud logo and epaulettes, hooped sleeves, red cap, old gold sun stud logo Career record 7:1-1-2 Wins 1100 (1) Prizemoney $117,600 7TH, 07Jul18 4.9l flemington (lR) a.R. creswick Series final 1200m 56 (N callow 10) 11, Set wts with pen, 1:10.05 (last 600m 35.06), Good(4), Nature Strip 58.5 1, Order Of command 56 2, egyptian Bullet 55.5 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00 5th settling, 6th 400m.

8. MANDElA EFFECT (15) 54 scott Brunton (seven Mile Beach)

3 b g Turffontein – Morell. white, red sash Career record 8:3-4-0 Wins 1200 (2) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $56,350 WON, 10Jun18 1.5l, 2.3l Hobart Bm70 1400m 57.5 (i Toker 4) 6, lim 54, 1:28.32 (last 600m 36.57), Soft(6), Trusted Warrior 56.5 inc 0.5 over 2, Osborne 54.5 3, cranbrook 57 4, Btg $1.50 (fav). 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Blocked for run near turn.

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9. STREET ShEIk (12) 54 Patrick Payne (Plumpton)

3 b g Street Boss (uS) – desert Heiress. royal blue and gold hoops, white and red seams sleeves, black cap Career record 8:1-4-3 Wins 1200 (1) Prizemoney $133,390 2ND, 30Jun18 hd, hd caulfield 3yo Open 1400m 51 (N Punch 7) 13, lim 54, 1:23.25 (last 600m 35.55), Good(4), al Passem 56 1, Greyworm 54 3, Streets Of avalon 52.5 4, Btg $4.60, $4.20, $5.00 11th settling, 8th 800m, 6th turn. Ran wide near 200m.

10. WElD (9) 54 M G Price (Caulfield)

3 ch g Sebring – Sparks are flying. red, blueblood logo, red sleeves, blueblood logo, red and white star cap Career record 3:2-0-0 Wins 1170 (1) 1200 (1) Prizemoney $26,850 WON, 28Jun18 lng hd, sht hd Racing.com Park Syn Bm64 1200m 59.5 (J Noonan 6) 12, lim 54, 1:12.11 (last 600m 35.10), Synthetic, emaan 55.5 2, Tradies Tea Break 59 3, Perfect command 59 4, Btg $6.50, $7.50 6th to 800m, 5th turn.

11. EaGlE RIDGE (13) 54 M D Moroney (Flemington)

3 ch g Turffontein – Special Grange. navy blue, gold lightning bolt, gold and white armbands, gold cap Career record 5:2-2-0 Wins 1200 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $87,200 2ND, 29Jun18 1.3l, 0.5l Geelong Synthetic Bm64 1300m 59 (S Brown Jnr 4) 10, lim 54, 1:18.14 (last 600m 35.77), Synthetic, lovewithouttragedy 56 1, amschel 57 3, Harvard 60 4, Btg $4.00, $5.50 3rd to 800m, 2nd turn. Shifted out near 600m. laid in in straight.

12. ElUDED (10) 54 M Ellerton & S Zahra (Flemington)

3 ch g excelebration (iR) – elusive desire. lime, purple and gold braces and armbands Career record 7:2-1-0 Wins 1100 (1) 1300 (1) Prizemoney $49,720

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caulfield FORM CONTINUED 9Th, 30Jun18 4.9l caulfield 3yo Open 1400m 54.5 (c Williams 1) 13, lim 54, 1:23.25 (last 600m 35.55), Good(4), al Passem 56 1, Street Sheik 51 2, Greyworm 54 3, Btg $9.00, $16.00 6th settling, 5th 800m, 7th turn.

13. STREETS OF avalON (6) 54 S P Nichols (Mornington)

3 b g Magnus – Kamuniak (NZ). maroon, gold stars band, white sleeves with gold seams, gold star cap Career record 17:1-2-7 Wins 1000 (1) Prizemoney $106,760 4Th, 30Jun18 1.2l caulfield 3yo Open 1400m 52.5 (Z Spain 11) 13, lim 54, 1:23.25 (last 600m 35.55), Good(4), al Passem 56 1, Street Sheik 51 2, Greyworm 54 3, Btg $26.00, $21.00, $26.00 5th settling, 6th 800m, 5th turn.

14. BUCkhOUND (5) 54 D T O’Brien (Flemington)

3 b g Sepoy – Secret indulgence (NZ). navy blue, gold lightning bolt, gold and white armbands, white cap Career record 6:2-1-0 Wins 1400 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $35,855 11Th, 23Jun18 3.3l flemington 3yo Open 1600m 54.5 inc 0.5 over (J Winks 5) 15, lim 54, 1:36.93 (last 600m 35.51), Good(4), Remember The Name 54.5 inc 0.5 over 1, Mount Kilcoy 54 2, Gaulois 60 3, Btg $21.00, $41.00 7th settling, 8th 800m, 7th turn.

15. SOSTENIDO (14) 54 B a Gentle (Bendigo)

3 b g Rip Van Winkle (iR) – eftee One (NZ). white, black horseshoe and horse head, striped sleeves and cap Career record 4:1-1-1 Wins 1200 (1) Prizemoney $18,925 2ND, 07Jul18 nck, 1.5l echuca cls 1 1200m 57 (Ms c Macfarlane 4) 9, lim 54, 1:12.66 (last 600m 37.10), Good(4), Wanna Be Good 59 1, Heavenward 59.5 3, Tesarc 59.5 4, Btg $7.50, $8.00, $6.00 5th to 800m, 7th turn. Hampered near 600m. laid in in straight.

Race 9

1400m

1. WIDGEE TURF (3) 61 Patrick Payne (Plumpton)

4 ch g Turffontein – Greyhound. navy blue, cream seams Career record 19:9-4-1 Wins 1200 (1) 1208 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (3) 1500 (2) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $721,850 WON, 16Jun18 nck, 0.8l Moonee Valley Open 1200m 59 (W egan 5) 9, lim 54, 1:11.97 (last 600m 36.40), Soft(6), ashlor 54 2, Malaise 54 3, falcool 54 4, Btg $4.20, $4.80 8th to turn.

2. ChaMOIS ROaD (11) 59.5 Patrick Payne (Plumpton)

5 ch g choisir – alpine club (Sa). blue, white and red band, white sleeves, blue and red armbands, quartered cap Career record 37:11-12-7 Wins 1200 (4) 1205 (1) 1250 (2) 1300 (3) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $443,850 WON, 23Jun18 lng nck, 1.3l flemington Open 1400m 54.5 (M aitken 12) 13, lim 54, 1:23.12 (last 600m 34.82), Good(4), Ozi choice 58 2, Miss Gunpowder 52 3, Sadaqa 52 4, Btg $7.00, $9.00, $7.50 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. Jumped awkwardly.

3. ThEaNSWERMyFRIEND (7) 56.5 D k Weir (Warrnambool)

4 b g High chaparral (iR) – Blowin in The Wind (iR). yellow and red stripes, navy blue sleeves, navy blue and yellow spots cap Career record 18:4-7-0 Wins 1400 (3) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $319,120 laST, 21apr18 8.4l caulfield (lR) TROa anniversary Vase 1400m 54.5 (B Melham 6) 13, lim 54, 1:24.91 (last 600m 34.58), Good(3), fastnet Tempest 55.5 1, Rhythm To Spare 57 2, land Of Plenty 54 3, Btg $4.20, $5.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Overraced early, middle stages. Stewards queried run. Vetted - no abnormalities.

5Th, 12May18 4.3l caulfield Open 1600m 55.5 (d Moor 7) 8, lim 54, 1:37.68 (last 600m 36.08), Soft(6), Riyadh 51 1, Jacquinot Bay 56 2, Bel Burgess 54 3, Btg $3.00, $3.50 (fav). 4th to 800m, 2nd turn. Overraced early, middle stages.

4. MaSk OF TIME (5) 56

4.45

C Maher (Caulfield)

4 b h Holy Roman emperor (iR) – Mission Secrete (iR). navy blue, pale yellow spots, halved sleeves, quartered cap Career record 14:2-1-3 Wins 1600 (1) 1900 (1) Prizemoney $129,270 9Th, 25apr18 9.3l flemington Open 1800m 58.5 (B Melham 1) 11, lim 54, 1:48.99 (last 600m 33.49), Good(4), life less Ordinary 58 1, Jacquinot Bay 57.5 2, Tatoosh 52 3, Btg $5.00, $4.60 3rd settling, 4th 800m, 7th turn. Stewards queried run. Respiratory issues.

8. TRIED aND TIRED (14) 55 J a Mclean (yangery)

8 b g Niello – Yawn. lime green, pink diamond, diamond sleeves, pink cap Career record 51:10-6-5 Wins 1200 (4) 1300 (1) 1400 (4) 1550 (1) Prizemoney $600,085 WON, 23Jun18 2.3l, 0.8l Morphettville Parks Bm86 1550m 60 (c Newitt 3) 11, lim 54, 1:35.04 (last 602m 37.05), Soft(5), Zebrinz 58 2, Royal Rumble 57.5 3, Sohool 54 4, Btg $7.50, $8.50 led throughout.

5. SakhEE’S SOlDIER (1) 56 Jamie Edwards (Freshwater Creek)

7 ch g Sakhee’s Secret (GB) – Surreptitiously (GB). pink, black diamonds, striped sleeves, quartered cap Career record 28:8-1-4 Wins 1400 (3) 1600 (4) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $283,203 12Th, 23Jun18 7.4l flemington Open 1400m 56.5 (l Nolen 8) 13, lim 54, 1:23.12 (last 600m 34.82), Good(4), chamois Road 54.5 1, Ozi choice 58 2, Miss Gunpowder 52 3, Btg $101.00 9th to 800m, 11th turn. Jumped awkwardly.

M M laurie (Mornington)

12. MalaISE (8) 54 James Cummings (Flemington)

M & l Cerchi (Flemington)

10. BaRThElONa (4) 54

5 b g Kodiac (GB) – call later (uS). white, lime diamond, sleeves and cap Career record 10:4-3-3 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $216,806 2ND, 30Jun18 1l, 0.5l caulfield Bm84 1200m 56 (l Riordan 10) 13, lim 54, 1:10.60 (last 600m 35.11), Good(4), ashlor 63 1, Mr Gustavo 55.5 3, Highland Beat 54.5 4, Btg $4.80, $4.00, $4.60 8th settling, 7th 800m, 5th turn. Jumped awkwardly. 5 Wide.

8 b g face Value – Jiddah. white, gold and navy blue angle horseshoe, navy blue sleeves and cap Career record 57:8-11-6 Wins 1313 (1) 1400 (1) 1412 (1) 1600 (4) 1800 (1) Prizemoney $473,640 4Th, 23Jun18 2.7l flemington Open 1400m 52 (f W Kersley 11) 13, lim 54, 1:23.12 (last 600m 34.82), Good(4), chamois Road 54.5 1, Ozi choice 58 2, Miss Gunpowder 52 3, Btg $41.00, $71.00 5th to turn. Jumped awkwardly.

6 b g Reset – Glowing Tribute. navy blue, turquoise armbands, striped cap Career record 36:10-1-3 Wins 1400 (1) 1405 (1) 1450 (1) 1500 (2) 1590 (1) 1600 (4) Prizemoney $448,450 laST, 23Jun18 9.4l flemington Open 1400m 56 (B Thompson 6) 13, lim 54, 1:23.12 (last 600m 34.82), Good(4), chamois Road 54.5 1, Ozi choice 58 2, Miss Gunpowder 52 3, Btg $31.00, $101.00 2nd to 800m, 4th turn.

5 gr g exceed and excel – de Groove. gold, dark blue star and cap Career record 32:5-4-2 Wins 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (2) 1425 (1) Prizemoney $300,350 5Th, 30Jun18 .8 l caulfield Bm84 1400m 58.5 (Z Spain 3) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, Malaise 60 2, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Btg $11.00, $17.00 led to turn.

4 ch g Helmet – insouciance. royal blue Career record 14:3-6-2 Wins 1300 (1) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $261,155 2ND, 30Jun18 lng nck, sht 1/2 hd caulfield Bm84 1400m 60 (c Williams 1) 14, lim 54, 1:23.61 (last 600m 35.85), Good(4), Wenner 54 1, dane Thunder 55.5 3, Rib eye 57 4, Btg $3.80, $5.50, $4.60 (fav). 3rd to turn.

9. SaDaqa (13) 54

6. MaSTER RESET (2) 55.5

11. TOP ME UP (10) 54 M, W & J hawkes (Flemington)

13. Call ME haNDSOME (6) 54 Peter Gelagotis (Moe)

14. ONSlaUGhT (12) 54

M D Moroney (Flemington)

4 b g Zoffany (iR) – Barcelona Girl. cerise, black g g, sleeves and cap Career record 21:6-3-5 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (2) 1400 (3) Prizemoney $231,120 WON, 23Jun18 4.5l, lng hd flemington Bm78 1400m 58 (l King 9) 16, lim 54, 1:23.03 (last 600m 34.36), Soft(5), Portion control 57.5 2, Ballet Master 57.5 3, Painte 58.5 4, Btg $6.00, $4.60 (fav). led settling, 2nd 800m, led turn. Jumped awkwardly.

7. kENJORWOOD (9) 55 D k Weir (Baringhup)

8 b g Snippetson – flying diva. pink, green stars Career record 59:10-10-7 Wins 1100 (1) 1600 (4) 1700 (3) 1800 (1) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $714,851

P & P Snowden (Flemington)

4 br g Snitzel – Patronage. red, triple crown syndications logo Career record 15:5-1-3 Wins 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1300 (1) 1400 (1) 1500 (1) Prizemoney $144,345 WON, 04Jul18 4l, 0.8l Sandown-Hillside Bm78 1300m 59 (d lane 2) 10, lim 54, 1:18.28 (last 600m 34.30), Good(3), Sandhurst delight 54 2, Holy freeze 54.5 3, He’s a Moral 58 4, Btg $5.00, $8.00 3rd to turn.

SuNShiNe coaSt Saturday 1 Savills Sunshine coast hcp

1400m

11.42

$70,000. 2MW. Apprentices can claim.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

3007 2932 8s00 339s 4551 17s6 3254 5469 1421

chaRlie boy (2) . . . . . . . . C Bayliss (a3) PRiVlaKa tcw (5) . . . . . B Thornton (a3) maReNoStRo dw (7) . . Ms S Bogenhuber bowie dwh (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ShoGuN SuN cw (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Really Reilly tcwn (4) .J Guthmann-Chester (a2) yaba Dabl Doya tdw (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . FaSt aRRow tcwh (8) . . .Ms T Harrison bluebRooK cw (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4 aquarius Refrigeration & a/c 1000m

12.17

$70,000. Class 6 SW. Apprentices can claim.

1280 3050 189s 8531 s184 8151 s561 007s 9027 s320 2243

alaSSaK cdh (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 maNa dwh (2) . . . . . . . . . . Ms S Lacy (a3) 59 miShaNi PhoeNix td (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 RiNGo’S a RocKStaR tdw (11) . ScRatcheD 59 taN tat DiamoND dw (9) . B Thornton (a3) 59 SuPeR SuaVe tcdwn (4) . . . . . B Stewart 57 .5 FRequeNDly w (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 queeNoFthePixieS tcdwh (6) . Ms T Harrison 57 wilD ‘N’ FamouS dw (5) . J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 56 exceeDiNGly tc (1) . . . . . . . . . . . .J Lloyd 54 .5 JetSoNic twb (10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 .5

3 latitude constructing consulting 1000m 12.52 iRiSh coNStabulaRy tcwbhn (6) . Ms S Lacy (a3) taRZaN cwhn (1) . . . . . . . .Ms T Harrison RiNGo’S a RocKStaR cw (2) . . . . . . . . . tumbleR tcdwb (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . haRD StRiDe dwn (5) . . . . . . Ms E Ljung well SiGhteD dw (9) . Ms S Bogenhuber boNSho dw (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Cahill FRequeNDly dw (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tycooN ZiP dw (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

61 61 59 59 58 56 54 54 54

Bonsho, tarzan, ringo’s a rockstar, irish constabulary.

8s00 5660 s413 3619 7880 7974 9552 2243 2171 5315 263s 0261 1421

myStical ReNeGaDe w (7) . . . . . . . . . . SeRGeaNt blaSt dw (9) . B Thornton (a3) VictoRy eiGht twh (12) . . . . D Browne Fit FoR PuRPoSe tw (4) . . M Mc Gillivray moNteux cw (8) . J Guthmann-Chester (a2) multiFacetS dwn (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ouR GRaVaNo dwb (5) . . . . . . . .J Lloyd SPecial miSSile wb (1) . . . . . . . .J Lloyd the oVeRDRaFt tcw (10) . . . . . . . . . . . . Zamex wb (11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iRiSh oPtimiSm dw (2) . . . . M J Mc Nab RealiNG dw (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . bluebRooK tw (13) . . . . . M R Du Plessis

3200m

2.42

$150,000. Quality Group 3. Apprentices cannot claim.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1631 0128 2559 2749 4524 8981 5661 8990 0475

meGablaSt tw (2) . . . . . . . . . D Browne 60 aNtoN eN aVaNt w (6) . . M Mc Gillivray 55 .5 hoNey toaSt twn (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 my DiamaNtiNe w (7) . . . . . L V Cassidy 54 DouKhaN w (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Lloyd 54 Plot twiSt dw (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 SKytReK tw (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 PoP ‘N’ Scotch (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 SKulDuGGeRy h (1) . . . . M R Du Plessis 54

anton en avant, Megablast, doukhan, honey toast.

7 SV Partners Plate 2.02

$70,000. Class 6 SW. Apprentices can claim.

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race tiMes correct at tiMe oF PuBlication

6 the queen’s cup

58 57 .5 57 56 .5 56 .5 56 55 55 55 55 54 .5 54 54 54 54

5 cooper Small construction Grp 1600m

$70,000. Benchmark 90. Apprentices can claim.

1403 s192 8531 s262 1390 1561 5125 s561 1133

aRchaDe w (5) . . . . . . . . . M R Du Plessis wicKeD wayS (13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PaRKo b (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R Wiggins DeSeRt DiGby (8) . . . . . . M Mc Gillivray ZouStyle w (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . B Stewart ReD chaSe wh (4) . . . . . . Ms S Lacy (a3) aRcheR’S PaRaDox (15) . . . . . . . . . . . . hiNaNo h (9) . . . . . . . . . . . .Ms T Harrison holDiN’ my owN w (10) . . . . . . D Smith ReD DoultoN h (3) . . . . . . . Ron Stewart coSSie (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L V Cassidy aquaGem h (14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . millioN (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 RoSeNDahl ReD (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2s23 wiNteR PaSSaGe h (11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9911 712s 2313 1s 1 51 s103 45 s601 453s 21s5 439

Track soft (7). Rail is out 5m for the entire circuit. Weather fine.

1.27

Zoustyle, Wicked Ways, archade, Winter Passage.

suPer suave, exceedingly, Jetsonic, alassak .

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

8 Fc lawyers handicap

weatheR / tRacK / Rail

$70,000. 2yo. Apprentices can claim.

BlueBrook, Privlaka, really reilly, shogun sun.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

the multiPleS Daily Double . . . . . . . . .7, 9 FiRSt FouR . . . All RACES eaRly quaD. . . . . 2, 3, 4, 5 quaDRella . . . . . 6, 7, 8, 9

61 59 58 54 54 54 54 54 54

2 thompson mcNichol lawyers 1200m

bR

59 59 59 57 .5 57 .5 57 .5 57 .5 57 .5 57 .5 57 .5 56 56 54

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BlueBrook, victory eight, Zamex, special Missile.

legend: t – Won at track. c – Won at this distance on this course. d – Won at this distance on another course. W – Won in slow or heavy going. B – Beaten favourite at last start. h – Trained on track. n - Won at night. s – Spell of three months. F – Fell. P – Pulled up. l – Lost rider.

1000m

3.22

$40,000. Class 3 SW. Apprentices can claim.

1s18 2243 4L36 s662 0025 s517 0347 172s 11s s180 32s9 s114 6222 1302 23s8 2126

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

the oVeRDRaFt tcw (10) .T Marshall (a2) 59 boN RocKet dn (9) . . . . . . . . . B Stewart 58 .5 ScRabble tch (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 .5 So iNViNcible tch (16) . . . . . . D Browne 58 .5 colouR oF moNey tn (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 DaPPeR oNe tdw (14) . . . . . . . . . D Smith 57 .5 DowNloaDiNG tw (7) . . M Murphy (a2) 57 .5 oN DemaND cdw (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 .5 chaSe the wiND tw (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 FaSta thaN liGht twb (8) . . . . . . . . . . 57 PReSSway tcw (11) . . . . . P Hammersley 57 RomNey’S choice w (19) . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 luNa FioRe dw (4) . . . . . . C Bayliss (a3) 56 .5 NatuRal FoRce dw (17) . . . . R Wiggins 56 .5 DeeR mouNtaiN dw (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 DiDN’t meNtioN it h (13) . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 emergencies: (in order) 6575 GoDZoNe GiRl tcwn (18) . .ScRatcheD 54 0132 the Real SPiel tdw (15) . . M Mc Gillivray 55 .5 7015 Get oN tcdwhn (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 the overdraFt, chase the Wind, Pressway, didn’t Mention it.

1400m

$50,000. Open (Parks Track). Eligible riders can claim.

1 2 3 4 5 6

5171 ZataGlio cw (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 .5 418F abebe dw (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 3881 excelleNt Rhythm wn (2) . R O’Sullivan (clm3) 64 0233 Felix bay w (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 0226 PeNtomatic dw (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 s776 caRouN w (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T Ryan 64 Zataglio, Felix Bay, abebe, Pentomatic.

Makes you think, totally charmed, Jetsonic, splitz. this publication takes all care in compiling the taB details but cannot accept any responsibility for any errors. readers are urged to check taB information with the official lists before placing their bets.

2 Darley handicap

1050m

1.11

1 216s la Pomme De PiN wh (6) . . J Bowditch 59 2 12 thoRoNDoR b (1) . . . . . . . . . D Tourneur 59 3 7s41 the mailmaN d (2) . . . . . . . Ms M Payne 57 4 KNee SlaPPeR (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . J Potter 56 5 s5s5 aNotheR bit (5) . . . . . . . . . . . .T Pannell 55 .5 6 Racy RoSie h (4) . . . . . . .Ms E Boyd (a2) 54 7 4 Vietti b (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Holder 54 thorondor, the Mailman, la Pomme de Pin, racy rosie.

3500m

$50,000. Open (Parks Track). Eligible riders can claim.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2014m

2.21

$45,000. Benchmark 82. Apprentices can claim.

$45,000. 2yo. Apprentices can claim.

3 Kevern Klemich GN hurdle

6 hualalai at Ducatoon Pk

Daily Double . . . . . . . . 6, 8 FiRSt FouR . . . All RACES eaRly quaD. . . . . . 1, 2, 3, 4 quaDRella . . . . . . 5, 6, 7, 8

4 Fleurieu milk company

1.46

1234 hoNey Steel’S GolD cwh (2) . . T Ryan 68 .5 9825 uRbaN exPloReR tcwn (9) . . . . . . . . . . 68 .5 1121 couGaR exPReSS dw (8) . . . S Jackson 66 3065 about the JouRNey tw (6) . . . . . . . . . 65 1714 myStic PRiNce dw (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 6781 the hotZ dw (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . P Hamblin 64 4481 tuNeS tw (3) . . . . . . . . . . . R David (clm3) 64 3532 SeaRaVeN tw (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Small 64 0839 DaRabaD (7) . . . . . . . . . . . J Lynch (clm3) 64 Mystic Prince, honey steel’s gold, cougar express, searaven.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

5271 4049 2s43 7653 3305 520s 3233 3794 4695

SilVeRa tcw (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Holder 59 .5 iNStRumeNtaliSt tdw (7) . . . . . . . . . . . 56 toP PRoSPect (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . J Allen 56 DaNce oF heRoeS dw (5) . . . .T Pannell 55 .5 Noumea (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Park 54 .5 RocK oN iVy wn (9) . .Ms A Jordsjo (a2) 54 SummeR GleN wb (2) . . . . . . D Tourneur 54 RocK away dwn (6) . . . . . A K Chan (a2) 54 beau RiVaGe th (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

1050m

11 5244 6171 3s33 6s03 2106 0610 5s61 1s1 68s0 2310 s790

3.41

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

37s6 212s s031 7611 s357 4728 667s 2544 6273 64s9 8020 545s

caSheD tcwh (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chaPel city wbh (2) .Ms A Jordsjo (a2) belwaZi dwn (11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . libeRty SoNG wn (10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . maGNuS KNiGht twh (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . SoVeReiGN DuKe wh (1) . . . D Tourneur haZy laNe twh (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . P Gatt RemoVal w (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . StReetcaR illuSioN cw (9) . Ms K Crowther (a3) DeStiNy’S RewaRD (7) . . . . . . . C Parish eVil DReamS tcdwh (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . oGuNDe twh (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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

ShoGuN SuN cw (13) . . . . . . . . . . J Byrne 59 .5 baRGaNNoN wh (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 .5 italia bella th (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 .5 toKoRiKi laD dw (6) . . . M R Du Plessis 54 .5 tRommelSchlaGeN w (17) .T Marshall (a2) 54 .5 emSie iS a StaR cwh (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 cRyStal amoR w (16) . . . . . L V Cassidy 54 chaPteR aND VeRSe w (5) .M Mc Gillivray 54 DoN’t StutteR w (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 SacReD Rebel tw (1) . . . . . . M J Mc Nab 54 NatuRal FoRce dw (15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 eNteRPRiSe maRch tw (14) . Ron Stewart 54 SiR baRNabuS t (8) . . . . . . . . . . M Cahill 54 DoN’t leaVe me out t (11) . . . D Smith 54 tZiPoRah (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 wRaPPeD (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 emergency 7995 weeKeND SaGa twn (10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 tokoriki lad, chapter and verse, emsie is a star, tziporah. 4551 2741 1s70 5113 7180 0114 4312 s312 4151 s194 5312 s363 4s31 9s96 1 6218

3.01

aiR GuitaR cw (10) . . . . . . . . . . . . J Allen 59 white KaPS h (4) . . . . . . . . . J Bowditch 59 atlaNtica twh (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 .5 wallace StReet wh (5) . . . . . . . P Gatt 57 elite leGacy wb (12) . . . . A K Chan (a2) 56 RitoRNo wn (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 ZaRace twh (11) . . . . . .Ms A Jordsjo (a2) 56 RewaRDiNG lauGhteR w (6) . B Park 55 laDy Soma w (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Holder 54 .5 RuShwa h (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 .5 SPlaShette w (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 PuRRFect KiSSeS twh (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

air guitar, ritorno, Wallace street, lady soma.

1600m

$35,000. Benchmark 70. Apprentices can claim.

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

0128 21s1 0014 2000 0805 3286 s966 2221 6510 469s 6087 4326 s530 s86s s066 5261 45s6 8182

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Dongwha Australia is currently seeking expressions of interest for an opportunity within Dongwha Australia for the following positions in our maintenance department. These positions will be required to work shifts and the possibility of weekends if necessary. The positions are: • Mechanical Fitter • Industrial Electrician • Boiler Maker If you are interested in applying for one of the positions above, you will need to submit a resume to Dongwha Australia Human Resources by post to the following address: PO BOX 146 Bombala NSW or via email to dillon.jones@dongwha.com If you require any further information or a more detailed description of any of the above roles, please contact via email above or call on 02 6459 5506.

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The Organisation My client, Rural Financial Counselling Service NSW (RFCS-NSW) services the southern half of NSW from the coast to the South Australia border. They are a not-for-profit organisation which provides commercial farms and rural businesses in imminent danger of, or currently experiencing financial difficulty with unbiased, independent, expert, confidential support - to determine the way forward for their operation. The RFCS NSW-SR is an experienced, independent, not-for-profit organisation, whose services are provided at no cost to the client - critical for helping those who are in financial stress. The Role Working closely with the Board, the Executive Officer is responsible for the efficient dayto-day operations of this region. Responsibilities would include: • ensure that the RFCS Strategic Plan is implemented • provide leadership, direction and advice in the development of program and operational plans • placing a high priority on external communications to promote RFCS • overseeing and coordinating the financial and secretariat activities • Management of the financial systems, including account structures, operating budgets, preparation of reports required under funding agreements, and annual and audit reports • develop and maintain stakeholder relationships with Commonwealth, State and Local government, industry groups and other regional and farming organisations with a view to establishing relationships to optimise RFCS-NSW services • Promote the RFCS-NSW services to ensure they are reaching those in need. The Successful Candidate To be successful in this role, you will have: • an appreciation of the importance external communications will have on RFCS • proven experience developing and maintaining relationships; working in collaboration with a wide range of stakeholders, partner organisations, clients and influencers, including government sponsors, not for profit and private organisations • a passion for delivering quality service • previous experience as a senior manager with superior leadership skills • excellent communication and negotiation skills, and be a strategic and innovative thinker • have a healthy interest in farming and regional issues and a genuine understanding and respect for agriculture in Australia. The successful applicant will be provided with a competitive remuneration package, including vehicle allowance, which will be negotiated with the successful candidate. For more information and a copy of a detailed position description, please call Tracie at Carnovale Recruitment on 0404 979206. You can then send your covering letter and resume to tracie@carnovalerecruitment.com Closing date is Monday, 30 July 2018

Tracie Carnovale

Managing Director Carnovale Recruitment

Real Estate Property Manager

About the business and the role We are a Boutique Real Estate office that pride ourselves on setting a higher standard then the normal run of the mill offices. We offer all Real Estate services and are quickly establishing our office as a major player in Wagga and surrounding areas. This position would suit someone with the following attributes: • Well presented, takes pride in your appearance • Excellent time management and multitasking skills • A “can do” attitude and enthusiastic personality • Ability to work autonomously, as well as be a good team player Job tasks and responsibilities Property Management Duties include but are not limited to: • Assist/Run the management of a portfolio of 100 properties • Assist in the growth and development of the rental portfolio • Conduct entry and exit reports, including final inspections, property condition reports, tenancy inspections, property viewings • Lease sign up and renewals • Processing maintenance requests and organising repairs • Phone calls, emails and other correspondence • Polite and professional dealings with tenants, owners and contractors • Preparation of legal documents • Advertising of properties • Receipting of monies required Skills and experience ESSENTIAL CRITERIA • HOLD A CURRENT ACTIVE NSW CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION • Strong interpersonal skills and problem solving ability • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Property management or strata management experience • Intermediate skill with Microsoft word, excel and basic computer operation, plus the ability to learn new programs efficiently and effectively • A current Drivers Licence Job benefits and perks Here is your chance to work in a fast pace office but relaxed atmosphere, offering the same salary structures as the larger offices and only half the properties to manage. We also offer the following perks: • The opportunity to work flexible hours • The opportunity to progress into a SALES career • The opportunity to obtain bonuses and commission • Gain off the job training To apply for this position contact Greg Phone 0417 471 029 email: greg@waggare.com.au Closing date 31/7/18

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• Grow your career with a Wagga Wagga power house • Professional, friendly team with excellent support With an outstanding reputation for quality and professionalism, our office is a powerhouse in the local Wagga Wagga market. Staffed with successful, down-to-earth Sales Agents and Property Managers, our agency is making its mark as one of the most enthusiastic and innovative companies in the local market. We thrive on the challenge of delivering exceptional results to our clients – going above and beyond at all times to deliver a truly unique experience. Due to our exceptional results, we are seeking another Property Manager to join our fantastic team. The Role & Responsibilities include: • Effectively liaising with tenants and landlords • Management of an existing portfolio • Conduct incoming, outgoing and routine inspections • Repairs & maintenance coordination • Arrears management • Assist with making recommendations for rental increases and lease renewals • Continuing to build on the existing client relationships Skills & Experience • Previous experience in a Property Management Department • Certificate of Registration • Excellent communication and presentation skills • Obsessed with all things Real Estate and wanting to grow your career in the industry Benefits • An expanding team with great career options • Comfortable office atmosphere with true family feel • Reputable “staff focused” company • Work with and learn from a professional and successful team who are leaders in their field who will help you to grow and teach you the industry. This role requires someone with excellent communication skills and a flair for dealing with people in a variety of situations. You will present with enthusiasm and confidence and maintain a high level of integrity and professionalism at all times. Contact Kellie-Jo Gustowski kellie@prdwagga.com.au 02 6923 3555 Applications close on Friday 20th July 2018

• Great avenue into the industry! • Professional, friendly team with excellent support Starting your Traineeship with PRDnationwide Wagga Wagga you will begin your career in Client Care, where you will be the first point of contact with our clients. You must have a bubbly personality, be impeccably dressed and our director of first impressions. This is an ideal position for a junior that is looking to grow within a professional organisation and enjoy a long and successful career in real estate. The suitable applicant will be responsible for maintaining high volume customer service, liaising with the Property Management, Commercial and Sales teams coupled with reception duties. The Role & Responsibilities • Front of house reception and admin support • Phone and walk in enquiries • Tenant reference checks • Rental receipting and accounts supports • Filing and general office duties Skills & Experience • No Real Estate experience necessary • Excellent communication and presentation • Hospitality experience highly regarded • Obsessed with all things Real Estate and want to pursue a career in the industry Benefits • Highly recognised brand and agency presence • Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate) resulting in a Certificate of Registration in Real Estate then at completion of studies a Real Estate Licence • An expanding team with great career options • Comfortable office atmosphere with true family feel • Reputable “staff focused” company The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, proactive and a confident support person to juggle the demands of a dynamic and busy team. We are a team who will help you to grow and teach you the industry to become an expert and to get a head start on your real estate career. Think you can cut it in our fun, fast paced environment and can commit to a 5 year career path that will lead to either a Sales or Property Management career? Show us some personality and you are half way to the interview chair! Contact Kellie-Jo Gustowski kellie@prdwagga.com.au Ph: 02 6923 3555 Applications close on Friday 20th July 2018

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RURAL & BUSINESS

CATTLE REPORT REPORT DATE: 02 JUL 2018

SHEEP AND LAMB REPORT REPORT DATE: 5 JUL 2018

Yarding 2400 Change -860

Yarding 37000 Change -3000

Market information provided by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service

comparison date 25/06/2018

Numbers reduced significantly and quality was plain, with a large portion of the offering in wintery condition. Yearling steers and heifers suitable for the trade were in short supply. Grown steer and bullocks were in limited numbers. The usual turnout of export and domestic buyers attended. There were insufficient numbers of veal to quote. Vealers to domestic processors sold from 270c to 305c/kg. Medium weight trade heifers benefited from strong competition, owing to the lack of steers suitable for the trade. Trade heifer prices lifted 15c to average 281c/kg. Trade steers were limited and prices averaged 278c/kg. Restocking competition was very erratic with buyers finding it difficult to set a base price. Overall weaner steers and heifers generally sold 17c to 25c/kg cheaper. Lighter weight steers back to the paddock made from 228c to 302c/kg to average $650/head. Secondary light Category Weight

Sale Prefix

Muscle Fat Score Score

Head

weight heifers with shape made from 165c to 244c/ kg, averaging $459/head. Feeder steers were in shorter supply. Both categories of light and medium weight steers sold to a larger group of buyers. Medium weight feeder steers sold 5c dearer making from 275c to 315c/kg. Feeder heifer prices sold to solid demand making from 236c to 291c/kg. Domestic and export processor competition fluctuated for both heavy steers and bullocks. The better quality pens of prime finished steers and bullocks made from 266c to 295c/kg. Cow numbers decreased significantly and demand was notably stronger over the mixed quality offering. Heavy cows topped at 238c to average 226c/kg. The D3 medium weight lines were up to 22c dearer selling from 169c to 205c/kg. Young cows back to the paddock sold to mixed price trends because of age and fat cover. The bulk made from 132c to 202c/kg.

Live Weight c/kg Low

Calves Undefined 80+

Market information provided by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service

High

Avg

Change

Estimated Carcase Weight c/kg Low High Avg

RS RS

D C D

3 2 2

8 103 13 124

188.0 - 188.0 155.2 - 245.2 194.2 - 200.0 155.2 245.2

188.0 208.2 196.4

N/Q -14 N/Q

376 - 376 376 376

376

Vealer Steer 330+

B

2

1 1

305.0 - 305.0 305.0 305.0

305.0

N/Q

545 - 545 545 545

B C

2 2

3 31 34

286.0 - 286.0 270.0 - 295.0 270.0 295.0

286.0 281.3

N/Q 23

530 - 530 509 - 546 509 546

C C C C C C C C C C

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

29 160 12 13 110 151 2 11 106 4 598

244.0 228.0 200.0 230.0 280.0 283.2 255.0 245.0 275.0 296.0 200.0

- 286.0 - 302.0 - 200.0 - 276.2 - 305.0 - 316.0 - 255.0 - 270.0 - 315.0 - 305.2 316.0

269.5 271.7 200.0 258.4 294.8 306.9 255.0 248.4 306.4 302.9

-27 -25 N/Q -16 2 2 N/C N/Q 5 -1

- 400 - 519 - 565 565

C C C C D C C D C C D C C C

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 3

10 135 35 4 24 28 15 3 82 5 3 103 44 8 499

180.0 160.0 234.0 180.0 145.0 236.0 220.0 170.0 259.2 282.2 174.0 245.0 244.0 276.8 145.0

- 180.0 - 244.2 - 266.0 - 180.0 - 178.2 - 287.2 - 264.2 - 200.0 - 291.0 - 309.0 - 174.0 - 287.2 - 296.2 - 276.8 309.0

180.0 200.1 251.5 180.0 170.3 255.9 261.3 180.0 278.3 292.9 174.0 276.0 281.5 276.8

N/Q -17 4 N/Q N/Q -1 N/Q N/Q -1 N/Q N/Q 1 15 N/Q

C C C C C

3 3 4 3 4

2 67 2 2 10 83

247.0 266.0 286.0 286.0 275.0 247.0

- 247.0 - 295.0 - 286.0 - 286.0 - 295.2 295.2

247.0 275.7 286.0 286.0 285.1

C C D D C

3 4 3 3 4

7 16 8 3 9 43

230.0 256.0 210.0 212.2 244.2 210.0

- 260.2 - 275.0 - 210.0 - 212.2 - 266.0 275.0

2 2 2 3 3 1 2 2 3

5 24 6 2 9 8 1 17 1 73

210.0 185.0 170.0 230.0 120.0 60.0 230.0 229.2 225.0 60.0

C D D D D E D D D D D D D D D D

2 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 3 4 2 2 3 4

9 2 22 7 2 5 7 9 38 48 59 6 3 7 60 73 357

202.0 130.0 132.2 140.2 155.0 110.0 144.0 142.0 155.0 153.2 169.2 210.0 206.0 150.0 170.0 200.0 110.0

C

2

2 2

Vealer Heifer 280-330 Yearling Steer 200-280 FD RS 280-330 330-400 400+

RS FD FD RS FD

Yearling Heifer 0-200 RS 200-280 RS FD 280-330

RS FD RS

330-400

FD

400+

FD FD

Grown Steer 400-500 500-600 600-750 Grown Heifer 0-540 RS 540+

Manufacturing Steer 0-540 C DA D D DA D D DA E 540+ B DA D DA D Cows 0-400

RS RS RS

400-520

RS RS RS

520+

Bulls 0-450

RS

400

462 548 400

Estimated $/Head Low High

Avg

1113 197 410 197

- 1113 1113 - 513 350 - 418 413 1113

545

1159 1159

- 1159 1159 1159

530 528

932 826 826

- 932 - 913 932

932 880

600 528 404 651 876 971 847 1044 1227 1406 404

- 710 - 755 - 404 - 815 - 958 - 1218 - 847 - 1280 - 1427 - 1499 1499

668 650 404 752 912 1116 847 1066 1355 1475

360 355 578 418 310 725 704 488 898 1086 595 1058 1085 1232 310

- 360 - 563 - 708 - 418 - 417 - 913 - 811 - 640 - 1147 - 1097 - 595 - 1293 - 1238 - 1232 1293

360 459 647 418 390 791 804 539 1039 1091 595 1207 1185 1232

400

471 561

335

- 360 - 400 - 572 - 335 - 549 572

N/Q -6 N/Q N/Q N/Q

457 493 530 530 509 457

- 457 - 546 - 530 - 530 - 547 547

457 511 530 530 528

1112 1386 1716 1719 1818 1112

- 1112 - 1652 - 1716 - 1719 - 1824 1824

1112 1487 1716 1719 1821

250.7 267.9 210.0 212.2 246.6

16 8 30 6 N/C

426 - 482 474 - 519 424 - 424 452 - 493 424 519

464 500

1081 1357 1031 1029 1331 1029

- 1171 - 1471 - 1031 - 1029 - 1609 1609

1145 1407 1031 1029 1362

- 210.0 - 210.0 - 205.0 - 230.0 - 220.0 - 60.0 - 230.0 - 229.2 - 225.0 230.0

210.0 194.4 181.7 230.0 196.1 60.0 230.0 229.2 225.0

N/Q N/Q N/Q N/Q 10 N/Q N/Q N/Q N/Q

404 370 327 460 240 146 411 441 450 146

404 389 349 460 392 146 411 441 450

830 827 615 1231 384 146 1369 1355 1283 146

- 830 - 1088 - 855 - 1231 - 1150 - 146 - 1369 - 1355 - 1283 1369

830 933 695 1231 919 146 1369 1355 1283

- 202.0 - 130.0 - 200.2 - 145.0 - 155.0 - 110.0 - 145.0 - 143.2 - 175.0 - 179.2 - 205.2 - 232.2 - 206.0 - 175.0 - 227.2 - 238.2 238.2

202.0 130.0 166.9 143.6 155.0 110.0 144.4 142.7 165.3 171.2 194.3 213.7 206.0 169.4 196.1 226.3

-18 N/Q N/Q -77 N/Q N/Q N/Q 36 29 33 22 N/Q N/Q 18 9 18

707 490 498 526 581 328 618 606 691 702 843 979 1123 795 943 1204 328

- 707 - 490 - 711 - 567 - 581 - 328 - 631 - 633 - 879 - 855 - 1016 - 1196 - 1123 - 989 - 1250 - 1635 1635

707 490 606 555 581 328 625 618 775 815 971 1015 1123 938 1106 1448

200.0 - 200.0 200.0 200.0

200.0

N/C

860 860

- 860 860

860

360

340 523 335 452

317 310 323 352 353 420 341 354 400 310

- 404 - 420 - 394 - 460 - 440 - 146 - 411 - 441 - 450 460 - 317 - 310 - 349 - 398 - 428 - 464 - 398 - 454 - 476 476

370 - 370 370 370

360

360 542 335 523

424 457

317 310 338 376 396 427 385 409 451 370

Abbreviations CATTLE FD: Feeder RS: Restocker GF: Grainfed DA: Dairy PC: Pastoral Cattle SHEEP & LAMB RS: Restocker MR: Merino RM: Restocker Merino 1X: 1st Cross FD: Feeder DP: Dorper

Lambs 27000 Change -5000

Sheep 10000 Change 2000

the biding with domestic buyers once again keen to secure a market share to average 768c/kg cwt. Lambs 26-30kg sold to a top price of $244.20/head while lambs above 30kg were unchanged to average 715c/kg cwt. Heavy Merino lambs made from $185 to $211/head. It was a mixed quality offering of mutton with all weights and grades represented. Not all buyers operated with a major processor out for two weeks for annual maintenance. Heavy sheep prices declined $16 to $30/head to average 489c to 516c/kg cwt. Trade sheep were well supplied selling from $100 to $144/head to average 506c/kg cwt. Light sheep made from $86 to $100/head.

Numbers decreased with many producers now at the tail end of last years’ supplies. Quality across heavy lamb categories was outstanding however lambs weighing above 30kg were in shorter supply. Trade lambs were well supplied nonetheless quality was very mixed, with buyers more selective. Light lambs sold to weaker demand from processors and restockers were present but didn’t operate. The trade market sold to erratic competition which was a reflection of the plainer quality across light and medium weight categories. The light and medium trade weight eased $5 to $7/head while heavy trade lambs were unchanged averaging 760c/ kg cwt. The heavy and extra heavy lambs ignited Category Weight

% Yard

Sale Prefix

Fat Score

Lamb 12.1-16 16.1-18 18.1-20

20.1-22

22.1-24

24.1-26 26.1-30 30.1+ Hogget 0-22 22.1+ Ewe 18.1-24

24.1+

Wether 18.1-24 24.1+ Ram 0-26 26.1+

0 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 3 0 2 1 1 0 6 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 8 1 0 1 1 1 7 2 0 1 0 9 4 0

MR 1X 1X MR 1X 1X MR FD 1X DP 1X MR MR MR MR 1X 1X MR MR MR MR MR 1X 1X

Estimated Carcase Weight c/kg High Avg Change

$/Head Low

Young Lamb 12.1-16 0 18.1-20 1 20.1-22 1

comparison date 28/06/2018

High

Avg

Change

Low

Skin ($) Low

High

2 3 3

100.00 148.00 151.60 100.00

-

100.00 159.00 182.00 182.00

100.00 157.50 170.10

N/Q -10 -4

657 700 689 657

- 657 - 755 - 782 - 782

657 748 734

N/Q -42 -12

8.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 0.00 - 10.00 0.00 - 10.00

1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 4

84.00 96.00 92.00 114.00 117.00 116.00 123.20 120.00 124.00 123.00 128.00 129.00 130.00 140.00 149.00 143.00 138.20 149.00 132.00 144.00 162.00 166.00 138.50 172.00 186.60 174.00 185.00 190.00 188.00 185.20 193.00 185.00 170.00 211.20 192.40 191.00 207.40 206.00 238.00 84.00

-

84.00 118.00 117.20 114.00 124.60 120.20 125.00 138.20 135.00 153.20 158.60 134.00 154.00 140.00 160.00 143.00 182.00 166.00 169.00 168.00 162.00 166.00 138.50 176.00 186.60 200.00 197.00 190.00 188.00 187.20 208.00 216.00 203.20 211.20 199.20 191.00 244.20 265.00 238.00 265.00

84.00 110.00 106.50 114.00 122.30 117.60 123.60 126.50 128.10 137.20 141.60 132.00 141.40 140.00 155.40 143.00 165.20 160.00 159.90 160.10 162.00 166.00 138.50 174.10 186.60 191.70 190.30 190.00 188.00 185.90 201.30 205.10 196.40 211.20 195.40 191.00 224.80 242.70 238.00

N/Q 4 -2 N/Q 4 -10 -2 6 7 -13 -5 -15 4 -15 N/Q N/Q -7 14 -7 11 N/Q -13 N/Q 12 23 3 4 N/Q N/Q 11 12 13 N/Q 25 -10 -7 13 -1 N/Q

608 660 615 663 633 611 640 583 580 575 615 605 590 660 641 643 592 710 591 586 668 718 494 629 744 697 738 758 700 655 732 693 596 677 657 654 693 613 691 494

-

608 786 785 663 674 646 650 684 635 726 753 630 681 660 691 643 791 755 732 718 668 718 494 675 744 800 788 758 700 669 800 800 720 677 669 654 781 763 691 800

608 707 698 663 658 635 642 614 601 646 669 620 634 660 670 643 718 739 691 660 668 718 494 651 744 769 760 758 700 659 773 765 706 677 662 654 747 715 691

N/Q -24 -36 N/Q 14 -28 -30 -20 6 -83 -34 -100 5 -75 N/Q N/Q -42 43 -48 21 N/Q -50 N/Q 34 66 15 23 N/Q N/Q 5 51 49 N/Q 54 -31 -43 51 20 N/Q

5.00 - 5.00 4.00 - 8.00 2.00 - 12.00 8.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 10.00 4.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 15.00 - 20.00 8.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 5.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 10.00 - 20.00 8.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 0.00 - 0.00 8.00 - 8.00 10.00 - 20.00 15.00 - 15.00 8.00 - 8.00 20.00 - 20.00 10.00 - 25.00 8.00 - 8.00 5.00 - 10.00 8.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 20.00 - 20.00 15.00 - 20.00 5.00 - 10.00 5.00 - 10.00 15.00 - 20.00 15.00 - 15.00 12.00 - 15.00 8.00 - 8.00 5.00 - 12.00 8.00 - 10.00 10.00 - 10.00 0.00 - 25.00

1 0 1

1X

2 3 4

88.20 150.00 182.20 88.20

-

101.20 170.00 223.00 223.00

95.20 154.80 214.00

N/Q N/Q 48

431 592 588 431

- 506 - 640 - 710 - 710

472 602 674

N/Q N/Q N/Q

2.00 - 5.00 8.00 - 10.00 8.00 - 10.00 2.00 - 10.00

2 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 1 3 2 0

1X 1X MR

1 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 3 3 4 4 4

100.00 108.00 100.00 111.00 114.00 130.00 138.00 137.00 135.60 134.00 144.00 135.00 145.00 100.00

-

105.00 130.00 128.20 111.00 144.00 130.00 143.00 137.00 172.20 174.00 186.00 200.00 145.00 200.00

103.90 121.20 115.40 111.00 131.80 130.00 140.60 137.00 146.80 153.00 171.40 157.70 145.00

2 -1 6 N/Q -2 1 -9 N/Q -29 -16 -22 -30 N/Q

457 452 462 481 467 525 500 516 459 500 453 450 489 450

-

490 544 576 481 583 525 552 516 567 576 564 553 489 583

479 511 520 481 506 525 527 516 516 546 496 485 489

6 7 20 N/Q -26 11 -41 N/Q -64 -23 -37 -86 N/Q

4.00 - 5.00 2.00 - 4.00 0.00 - 15.00 10.00 - 10.00 2.00 - 25.00 4.00 - 4.00 5.00 - 8.00 8.00 - 8.00 0.00 - 20.00 4.00 - 10.00 5.00 - 8.00 0.00 - 20.00 8.00 - 8.00 0.00 - 25.00

MR 1X 1X MR 1X 1X MR

2 0 0 0 0

MR MR MR MR MR

2 3 2 3 4

86.00 122.00 185.60 134.00 180.00 86.00

-

118.20 122.00 185.60 160.00 180.00 185.60

112.50 122.00 185.60 149.30 180.00

-11 -19 N/Q -15 N/C

421 509 518 528 516 421

- 537 - 509 - 518 - 529 - 516 - 537

509 509 518 528 516

-18 -56 N/Q -74 N/Q

0.00 - 10.00 10.00 - 10.00 20.00 - 20.00 2.00 - 12.00 15.00 - 15.00 0.00 - 20.00

0 0 0

MR MR 1X

3 2 2

125.50 96.20 100.00 96.20

- 125.50 - 96.20 - 117.20 - 125.50

125.50 96.20 107.20

N/Q N/Q N/Q

653 297 245 245

- 653 - 297 - 363 - 653

653 297 305

N/Q N/Q N/Q

8.00 - 8.00 10.00 - 10.00 1.00 - 5.00 1.00 - 10.00

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CULTURES

Author provides insight and instruction Virginia Gawler AN Indigenous poet who was subjected to online abuse by NSW Higher School Certificate (HSC) English students last year, will give a public lecture at the Wagga Art Gallery on Friday 13 July. Ellen van Neerven, is visiting Wagga during NAIDOC Week as the writer-in-residence at Booranga Writers’ Centre at Charles Sturt University (CSU). She will give the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL) Patrons’ Lecture at 6.30pm on Friday. An award-winning author and poet of Mununjali Yugambeh and Dutch heritage, Ellen was subjected to abuse over a poem from her collection of poetry titled, Comfort Food. The collection was shortlisted for the 2017 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry and one poem titled Mango was chosen as a sample text in the English Paper 1 examination for the NSW HSC in 2017. The poem frustrated many students who took to social media to launch attacks on Ellen, who was unaware that her poem was to be included in the HSC. However, critics praised the poetry in Comfort Food with one literary award judge writing: “[Van Neervan] offers a fresh poetic voice, with images that reach (to borrow Wallace Stevens’ phrase) not for ‘ideas about the thing’, but for ‘the thing itself’. Readers are invited into her world: one that has a history and tradition stretching back for millennia, and where food becomes both an actuality and a metaphor for home and family, and the comfort promised by the collection’s title.” Ellen’s first book, Heat and Light, was shortlisted for the Stella Prize in 2015 and won the 2016 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards Indigenous Writers’ Prize. She was also named as a Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelist in 2015 for the same book.

Until 2016, Ellen was the managing editor of black&write! Indigenous Writing and Editing Project at the State Library of Queensland. She received the 2017 Queensland Writers Centre Johnno Award and the 2015 Express Media Award for Outstanding Contribution by a Young Person in Literary Arts. As well as the free public lecture on Friday, Ellen will conduct a writing workshop at Booranga Writers’ Centre on Saturday 14 July

which is open to the public for a donation of $10. Bookings are essential for Ellen’s talk on Friday and are available at www.eventbrite. com.au/e/asal-patrons-lecturetickets-46704577649 or phone (02) 6926 9700. Bookings for the workshop on Saturday can be made by ‘phone on (02) 6933 2688, at www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ellenvan-neerven-writing-workshoptickets-46704658892, or via email director@booranga.com.

Ellen van Neerven.

Soaring voices Jacob Saggers

STUDENTS at Wagga’s Henske Primary School were excited to be visited by the Australian Girls Choir (AGC) recently. All 554 students from kindergarten to year six assembled in the school’s hall to participate in vocal workshops with the travelling choir. The AGC’s founding philosophy believes that every child can learn to sing given the right amount of encouragement and training. The choir was established in 1984 by Judith Curphey and began with 150 girls rehearsing in four classes in the Melbourne suburb of Burwood, with Judith as teacher. The AGC’s use of combining dance with choral music proved to be very popular and it didn’t take long for the organisation to populate other cities around Australia. Today it involves 6000 girls learning to sing, dance and perform in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Canberra. Artistic Coordinator, Laura Knowling, has assumed the role of Music Director for the current tour. “We have girls aged between 10 and 17 from five different cities across Australia. “We started in Canberra, went through

Nowra, then travelled to Katoomba in the Blue Mountains. Wagga is our penultimate stop before we finish up in Sydney. We undertake two tours a year and put together a performance that showcases, not only the girl’s vocal abilities, but dance drama and singing. We incorporate a lot of movement and choreography into our performances,” Laura explained. “Our founder, Judith, started the choir as a retirement project because she didn’t believe there was enough music education for girls who just wanted to sing and have a great time. It’s just the most amazing program and I honestly believe the benefits of singing go far beyond the stage,” Laura said. Australian composer and musician, Mark Puddy, specialises in writing and arranging choral works for youth and community choirs and is excited to be touring with the girls. “It’s been a positive experience. We have done quite a few workshops in each of the locations we’ve visited. This is not only good for the schools, but is a great opportunity for the choir to interact with other music students from across the country,” Mark said. “In the workshops we spend between

45 minutes to an-hour-and-a-half with various groups, including choirs from each school we visit. We begin with vocal warm ups and fun songs, and then progress to performing a song we have prepared. Or the group that we’re working with might offer us a song. Once we have chosen a song, we start the collaboration, and then will finally perform that song together. “The AGC has six training levels, so once the girls have been involved for a while, they’ll move up that ladder. At the higher levels the girls become increasingly

involved with public engagements and additional concerts. Later this year we have a group of 56 girls travelling to Europe for our international tour,” Mark said. There is perhaps no greater testament to AGC’s reputation than being selected by Qantas to represent the Spirit of Australia in its highly acclaimed I Still Call Australia Home advertising campaign. To enrol a child in the AGC, visit www. ausgirlschoir.com.au.


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The snake shy snake charmer - Pt2

Alan Reid LAST week we discovered that Norman had a phobia about snakes, in fact he had an extreme case of ophidiophobia having experienced more than his fair share of close encounters. But joining Ben in a hunt for stolen loot secreted in Murphy’s Marbles with its hundreds of rocks and the possibility to a snake under every one was not what he planned. However, after a while Ben pointed to a pile of rocks and suggested Norman should try his luck. Norman hesitantly approached a rock and flicked it over with his boot. His relief was evident as he stood in triumph over the rock surveying the exposed earth. After a few more successful tilts with his boot he was confronted by a larger rock which wouldn’t move. He reached down and grabbed the edge with both hands, heaving it out of the way. The red bellied black flashed out between his legs. Norman bellowed, jumped out of the way and scurried sideways like a chorus line dancer towards Ben, looking all the time in the direction of the disappearing snake. Ben walked to where the snake was safely ensconced in a crevasse between the rocks, put his head down towards the holed-up reptile and assured Norman it was out of reach and wouldn’t worry anyone again. Norman just shook, quietly whimpering, sitting on a rock, his legs tucked foetus like to avoid any snakes lingering in hidden nooks as Ben resumed turning stones and spoke of snakes. Norman had lost interest

in the thief’s loot. When Ben drew his attention to the underside of a rock, Norman approached warily, coming in behind Ben to peer cautiously over his shoulder. But the expected snake wasn’t what had aroused Ben’s enthusiasm. It was a piece of rusted metal which Ben maintained was evidence of the booty. Norman said it was just part of an old tin which could have been under the rock for years before the robbery. Even Murphy could have put it there. Ben wasn’t convinced and started scratching the soil. His enthusiasm became infectious and Norman began moving surrounding rocks; rolling them away to clear an ever-widening gap as Ben scratched at the soil with a stick. When Ben asked Norman to shift a large rock in front of him, Norman wasn’t even thinking about snakes. That changed when a huge red belly black snake reared from under the rock and prepared to strike. Norman dropped the rock, pinning the snake by the tail. He jumped back as the snake lunged at him, its strike prematurely halted by the pinioned tail. With that quarry beyond reach and still travelling the snake turned its attention to Ben. The reptile reared back, flattening its neck to a menacing cobra hood as it lunged at its next adversary. Ben swung his digging stick to ward off the striking snake and hit it just below the head, sending it crashing to the ground. Ben pinioned the reptile with his digging stick before lifting the rock and allowing it to escape.

“That was a close one, but we let them go because red bellied blacks eat brown snakes. Brownies are cranky buggars and they’ll kill you” he said calmly, unaware that Norman was out of earshot, panting frantically and patting his chest repeatedly as he leant against the bonnet on the far side of the car. Norman looked furtively over the bonnet in answer to Ben’s calls, but decided he wouldn’t re-join the hunt for the missing treasure. He would just sit and take in the scenery and maybe do a spot of fishing. Ben continued scratching at the ground undeterred, advising that Norman had probably unearthed all the snakes on Murphy’s Marbles and he shouldn’t worry further. The former treasure hunter was happy not to put the theory to the test and went fishing. Norman had tried to overcome his ophidiophobia many times. He once tried to kill a snake with a log of wood, believing that would allow him to master his fear. A dose of the brute caveman could do wonders for terror. A snake, slowly crossing the road in early spring after recently emerging from winter hibernation appeared to be the perfect subject to test his conviction. Norman stopped the car, picked up a large log from the side of the road, walked up behind the snake, lifted the log over his head and bought its crashing down on the hapless reptile. His caveman dominance quickly dissolved as the rotten log broke into a thousand pieces and the snake reared up, swinging ’round to confront its

tormentor. Norman hastily back peddled to the car. Safely ensconced with the doors locked and the windows up, Norman watched the snake slide off the road into the scrub. He decided that his evaluation of timbers in the surrounding environment should improve before tackling anymore snakes. Ben eventually gave up the treasure hunt and drove to the riverbank where Norman had gone fishing. He could see the tip of Norman’s rod over the tussocks on the bank as he flicked the fly across the water. He watched for a few minutes as Norman moved along the bank casting and then disappearing back under the bank and sea of tussock grass. Suddenly his rod flew into the air and Norman ran backwards, over the tussocks and up the riverbank. He stood transfixed; looking back in the direction of his departure. Ben rushed to Norman’s side asking the source of his dilemma. Norman pointed mutely, his quivering hand and squeaking throat confirming Ben’s belief that the fisherman had encountered another snake. Ben agreed to retrieve the rod, but pointed out that Norman would have to do something about confronting snakes if he wanted to live in the bush. Norman muttered something about the rod, a hook and a snake, but Ben was already halfway down the bank, still outlining how Norman should kill a snake to overcome his phobia. After constant run-ins with snakes, Norman is nearing the end of his tether but next week he’ll have to face his worst nightmare – a closer than close encounter.


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RURAL & BUSINESS

Three AgriFutures scholarship winners in Wagga pennie scott

LAST week’s AgriFutures Horizon Scholarship workshop saw 14 university students accelerate their professional development by networking and learning from important agricultural industry stakeholders in Wagga. Among them are Jack Lane (Dubbo, NSW), Thomas Taylor (Grenfell, NSW) and William Scott (Cairns Bay, Tasmania), who are in their final two years of study in a financial-services related degree linked to agriculture and are recipients of Westpac’s inaugural involvement in the program. To assist their professional growth and business acumen, the Scholars heard from industry experts and networked with stakeholders during the workshops and spent time with the Westpac team. Westpac’s Regional General Manager for Southern NSW, Sam Gaston, said the AgriFutures Horizon Scholarship was a valuable opportunity for the industry to support future leaders and entrepreneurs as they looked to embark on their careers. “Gaining valuable workplace experience, expanding professional networks and having the right support at the onset of a

career are crucial elements that will help give these finance students an added edge, especially with links to agricultural,” Sam said. “There are so many opportunities in regional and rural Australia and that’s why it’s imperative the next generation of farmers and agribusiness specialists are introduced to the many possibilities that await them. The long-term benefits of sustainability and innovation are enormous - not just for Jack, Thomas and William, but their communities and the agricultural industries which support the Australian economy.” Growing up on a small irrigation farm between Dubbo and Narromine has helped Jack Lane to understand the important lessons in farming life. A third-year student studying a double degree in a Bachelor of Agriculture and a Bachelor of Business at the University of New England, Jack learnt early how important industry connections are. “I’ve always believed that professional networks and building business relationships are an important part of a person’s development, and that’s why I really enjoyed the opportunity to meet new

contacts through the AgriFutures Horizon workshops,” Jack said. “My focus is to build a career in agribusiness and I look forward to learning more and meeting new people through my association with Westpac.” Helping Australian primary producers create new trade links and revenue streams through better agribusinesses connections in a growing Asian market is Thomas Taylor’s focus. Raised on his family’s mixed farming enterprise operation in Grenfell, Thomas is in his third year of a Bachelor of Commerce and Liberal Studies, majoring in International Business and Chinese at the University of Sydney. “The workshops and time with the Westpac team has taught me an incredible lesson on the different paths I can take to achieve my long-term goal of gaining valuable experience in the Asian and Australian markets,” Thomas said. “Ultimately I’d like to help other agribusinesses and use my expertise back on my family farm. Through my Scholarship, I hope to fast track my career by learning in real life workplace experiences.” Currently studying a double Degree of

Economics and Business at the University of Tasmania, and a member of the sixthgeneration Scott Brothers apple orchard, William Scott is on a mission to make a change by educating and increasing awareness of Australian agriculture. Having been raised in Cairns Bay, in Tasmania’s far south, William thrives on learning about the new opportunities to improve his skills and knowledge at the workshops. “Having industry stakeholders share their insights with me has been incredible. Through this great experience I am becoming more aware of what I need to work on to further develop my knowledge in both the agriculture and finance industries so I can enhance and advance the industry,” William said. The workshops were part of the benefits the 14 students from across Australia received when awarded a 2018 AgriFuturesTM Horizon Scholarship in May and is in recognition of the students’ leadership potential, commitment to the future of Australian agriculture. It comes with work placements and a $5000 bursary to assist with study and living expenses for two years of the students’ agricultural related degree.

Left to right, Horizon Scholars Jack Lane, Thomas Taylor and William Scott with Sam Gaston from Westpac.

New Transition to Work office Jacob Saggers

POLITICIANS and leading sportsmen are frequently seen but it’s not often they come together officiating at the same event. But for Deputy Prime Minister and Member for Riverina, Michael McCormack and rugby league legend, Arthur Summons, that’s just what happened on Monday 9th July; Michael to open the Personnel Group’s new office in Wagga and Arthur to present a special jersey to Southcity Bulls five-eighth, Nathan Rose as part of NAIDOC Week. The jersey was designed by local indigenous artists, Tylah Weldon and Tyronne Hoerler, who are current and former participants of the Transition to Work program. NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The Personnel Group delivers the Transition to Work program which supports people aged between 15 and 21 to re-engage in education and/or find and maintain employment. The new Transition to Work office is an extension to the existing Personnel Group

building in Fitzmaurice Street and reflects the success and growth of the program in the Wagga area. Established in 1986, The Personnel Group specialises in helping young people and people with a disability or mental health condition to find meaningful employment. Each young person is provided with dedicated support to help develop the knowledge, practical skills and experience needed to kick-start their careers. The program supports people to address barriers to being able to work, develop a resume and skills to approach potential employers, build work-related skills including communication, time management and reliability as well as discuss career paths, develop a strategy, help find employment and provide support to maintain that long-term committment. It also helps candidates to enrol in education and provides support to successfully complete a course. Since March 2016, Transition to Work in Wagga has assisted more than 450 young people, helping 179 gain employment and 166 to enrol in education at a Certificate 3 level or higher.

Tyronne Hoeler (left), Michael McCormack, Tylah Weldon, Arthur Summons, and Nathan Rose.


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SPORT

Swim coach on the mark SWIMMING

Christine Williams PREDICTIONS about the NSW Country Short-Course Championships by Wagga Swimming Club coach, Gennadiy Labara, came to fruition when every squad member recorded a personal best (PB) time and the team won a selection of medals. The top accolade went to Annabella Storer, aged 14, who took honours from last weekend’s event in Sydney with a gold in the 100 metre butterfly and a bronze in the 100 metre freestyle. Chloe Donelan, aged 11, also did well winning silver in the 100 metre backstroke along with Alethea Levy, aged 10, who is unlikely to forget her first championships

after winning bronze in the 100 metre backstroke. Other achievements on the first day of competition included top 10 placings to Billy Nicholson, Kade Knight, Oscar Gianniotis and Alethea Levy. By the end of day one, every swimmer in the 13-member squad had recorded at least one PB and the squad tallied 26 PBs. On the second and final day the squad recorded another 22 PBs and 15 top 10 finishes courtesy of Annabella, Chloe, Kade, Oscar and brothers Billy and Brandy Nicholson. The Wagga Swimming Club finished 20th from 58 competing clubs. Prior to the championships Labara had said: “I expect improvement. I’m also looking for a couple of medals.” The coach was right!

Chloe Donelan won silver in the 100m backstroke

Annabella Storer won gold and bronze at the NSW Country Short Course Swimming Championships

Wagga swimmer Alethea Levy won bronze in the 100 metre backstroke at her first NSW Country Short Course Championships last weekend.

That’s golf – Jenny Hazell’s way GOLF Christine Williams IN her own words, Jenny Hazell thought she’d blown it, but her pragmatic approach to golf resulted in her recently winning successive Wagga City Golf Club Championships. “I thought I’d blown it this year in the third round, but the lady in front blew it on the last day. That’s golf ,” Jenny said. Jenny’s approach to golf reflects her slant on life, which again can be summed in her words; “It’s not worth getting your knickers in a knot.” She could well be giving advice on life when she said; “Remember to play your own game and not worry about anyone else and play with better people.” Reflecting on her near four decades of golfing, it comes as no surprise that Jenny took up the game because her husband, Ray, started playing golf. Family comes first for Jenny. It also comes as no surprise that her approach to a new challenge was; “I’ll give that a crack.” As a lady who likes to get things right, Jenny took six weeks of golfing lessons before hitting the tee and she strongly advises to be taught the right techniques before taking to the fairways. After family, Jenny’s two main interests are golf and travel. She has been able to combine the three, admitting that her clubs have joined her and Ray on many occasions as they explored Australia. “I’ve played on about 30 golf clubs in Australia,” Jenny said, listing Moonah Links in Fingal, Bonville near Coffs Harbour and The

Vines in Perth as memorable courses. Jenny has played in pro-ams with up and coming professional golfers, and followed some of the best in the world around the Australian Masters at Kingston Heath in Melbourne. A former tennis player, one of the major attractions of golf for Jenny is the outdoor exercise and the company. “I like being out in the fresh air. Someone recently ask me to play bingo, but I thought; why would I want to be trapped inside,” she said. “I love being outdoors in the weather, in good weather. The women (golfers) are so friendly and supportive, they are just a beautiful bunch of people. I get to meet people from other clubs and I’ve only ever met lovely people on a golf course.” If Jenny does have to be inside, she doesn’t mind it if she is watching the golf. “I love watching Jason Day and I used to love watching Greg Norman when he was at the top because he was always attacking the pin,” she said of two Australian golfers who have been ranked number one in the world. Jenny plays twice and sometimes thrice each week. Her current handicap is 18 and the lowest she has reduced it to is 13. Jenny and Ray will head off on another Australian journey soon, traveling to Maroochydore on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, a journey on which the golf clubs have been replaced by lawn bowls, a sport Jenny was not surprisingly introduced to by her husband. If her pragmatic approach to life transfers to her lawn bowls ability, there may just be another chapter in the Jenny Hazell sporting story.

Wagga City Golf Club champion Jenny Hazell with her clubs and championship tray.


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Students try a fresh kick FUTSAL THE growing popularity of futsal received a further injection of enthusiasm when many teenagers made their debut recently at the sport’s first Riverina based championships run by Football NSW. Among those trying out the sport was a selection of girls from the Wagga Christian College, who spoke highly of the five-aside indoor sport, which is a modification of soccer. The game is played in eight-minute halves on a court smaller than a soccer field and with a low-bounce ball that’s smaller and harder than the outdoor version. The rules also vary from those of soccer. The Christian College students were introduced to futsal through a training session with Sam Gray from Wagga Futsal. However, player Merridy Glazebrook was surprised with a particular element of the sport. “It was more fast-paced than I expected, and it showed me the areas I need to improve on, such as my fitness,” Merridy said. Team mate, Amy Combs, agreed: “It’s fun, it’s fast and you have to be fit. But there were also lots of laughs.” For Aimee Redway and Layla Robbins, the game reinforced the need for supporting each other to create strong team work. “It was a great experience to build up teamwork,” Aimee said. “You just have to believe in yourself and your team mates and you will do well,” Layla said. The Riverina competition, held at Bolton Park, brought together schools from Tumut, Young and Deniliquin as well as Wagga’s Christian College and Mater Dei.

Mater Dei won the girls Under 14 and Under 16 divisions, while Young High School took out the boys Under 14 and Under 16 finals. “That’s the joy of inter-school competitions. The students get to try new sports before committing to competitions,”

said Amanda Gray from Wagga Futsal. Christian College’s Hannah Mills summed up the thoughts of many students who made their futsal debut when she said: “I enjoyed being able to play and watch a game I have never played before and it was also great to have a day off school.”

L-R Amy Combs, Aimee Redway and Hannah Mills enjoyed their debut futsal competition.

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Sportsmanship rewarded CHARLES Sturt University (CSU) sporting teams have been acknowledged for their outstanding fair play at the UniSports Nationals Division Two by winning the Tom O’Sullivan Spirit Trophy. The trophy is awarded to the university which displays outstanding sportsmanship, fair play and respect for others and self. CSU Manager Student Engagement, Nik Granger, said the award was decided on after an extensive vote. “The award is voted on by UniSport Australia competition organisers, match officials and the 42 competing universities at the Uni Nationals Division Two,” he explained. Team CSU had more than 80 student athletes, including nine from its Wagga campus, competing at the Uni Nationals Division Two on the Gold Coast last week. The Wagga-based students competed in the mixed netball, futsal, touch and basketball teams. UniSports Nationals Division One consists of the top 10 teams from previous event rankings. Division Two is for any of the 42-member universities if they have not already qualified for Division One in that sport.


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Sharp Toole eyes off Aussie team RUGBY UNION Christine Williams WAGGA teenager, Corey Toole, is in the top echelon of rugby union players and is bidding for selection in the Australian Schoolboys team. A multi-talented sportsperson, Corey is a former top-line tennis player, captain of Mater Dei Catholic College’s Hardy Shield rugby league team and a member of his school’s Carroll Cup Australian Rules team. But, it’s rugby union that tops his passion. Interestingly, his favourite rugby union player is Wallaby’s Israel Folau, who also is talented in other sports having played top level rugby league and AFL. Corey is one of 253 of the best schoolboy rugby union players in Australia and is representing the ACT in this week’s Australian Schools Rugby National Championships in Sydney. From the championships, 46 players will be selected in either the Australian Schoolboys Rugby Team or the Australian Schools Barbarians Team to play against schoolboy teams from New Zealand and Tonga in September. Importantly, scouts from the Super Rugby competition will be at the week-long championships, although Corey has caught the eye of several teams already. He is a member of the ACT Brumbies provincial team and represented the Brumbies in the Australian National Youth Sevens Championships last December. But his ultimate dream is to be contracted by the Brumbies to play in the Super Rugby and the 18-year-old is making every effort to capitalise on opportunities. He travels to Canberra twice each week for Brumbies training, plays for the undefeated Wagga Waratahs in the Southern Inland Rugby Union first grade competition and supplements his rugby with gym work. “Playing first grade against men means tackling much bigger bodies and this has improved my tackling and physicality,” Corey said, adding that playing rugby sevens was good for his fitness. Mater Dei sports coordinator, Nathan Irvine, speaks highly of the year 12 student, noting his talent, determination and humility. “Corey was one of the best players in Hardy Shield and gave very good performances in the Carroll Cup,” Nathan said. “He’s a really good all-round sports player and the younger kids look up to him. He’s good to work with because he is very modest and doesn’t get a big head.” With natural speed, Corey is often positioned on the wing, but favours playing in the centres. “I enjoy the centre more because it is more involved because when I’m playing on the wing I have to wait for the ball,” he said. Being involved with a team was a key reason Corey focused on rugby union and left behind his tennis playing days. “I enjoy playing and celebrating wins with a team,” he said. Israel Folau may be Corey’s favourite rugby union player, but professional US basketballer, LeBron James, is the sportsperson who inspires the teenager most of all. LeBron was quoted as saying: “I’ve always been an unselfish guy, and that’s the only way I know how to play on the court and I try to play to the maximum of my ability - not only for myself but for my teammates.” Speaking with Corey Toole, one gets the feeling this also applies to him. It’s been an up and down start for ACT at the championships with a 18-2 win over Queensland 2 but followed that with a 41-19 loss to NSW 1.

Corey Toole, Brumbies Super Rugby hopeful.

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