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WAGGA’S Women in Business (WiB) is seeking entries from members for the second round of its Hear Them Roar series. After the profound success of the first series where 15 women from agriculture, finance, law, architecture, art and creative, tourism, podiatry, music and transport had short films made about them, WiB is facilitating the second round. New sponsors Agrifutures and Wagga Wagga City Council are joining the original sponsors ICG Construction, the Commonwealth Bank, Commins Hendricks, Bush and Campbell and the NRMA. According to the principal of Community Regeneration, Bob Neville from Urana, the number of women desiring to and then establishing a business far outweighs the number of men. “Women are more open-minded, willing to listen and are ready to change,” Bob explained. He should know because his experience culminated in winning the inaugural NSW award for Building Inclusive Communities in 2011 and he has more than 20 years experience specialising in micro-business and micro-economy, small communities, micro-tourism development and in advertising, marketing and small business across Australia and many parts of the world. “Business models and marketing are the keys to successful enterprises of any size and, of course, before anything else, every business needs people, customers and those who own and manage the enterprise,” Bob added. “Every business starts off as a seed of an idea from one individual and grows to become anything from a very small (micro) business and to a large corporation. In every community, every year, many individuals have many great ideas for business, some of which have great potential but most of which are never explored.” A similar thought process now becoming reality is taking place in the Narromine Shire Council where The Seed Scheme is commencing. The founder of Rural Woman, Rebel Black, explains “There’s a growing body of research (and evidence in the developing world) there is an enormous and very undervalued impact and opportunity from the development of successful microenterprises.”

Members of Women in Business: L-R: Hear Them Roar winner, Anna Lashbrook, founder of 365cups, Simone Eyles and principal of Mayfly Media, Alexis Neylon. “Imagine hundreds more women in rural Australia making an extra $20,000 to $50,000 a year, contributing to their families, sharing their unique talents and skills and growing as leaders. This will have far-reaching ripples which extend way beyond economics and embraces social, emotional and collective wellbeing,” Rebel said. When WiB member Elissa Bent and her husband purchased Langfields Transport just over a decade ago, it was then an owner-driver operation, with one van and one truck delivering to Albury on a daily basis. Today Langfields employs 17 full time staff, has a fleet of nine trucks, a hazardous/dangerous goods warehouse, three depots and has expanded daily freight connections to the Riverina, ACT, Greater Murray and Goulburn Valley. “What a great experience being featured in the Hear Them Roar series was,” Elissa explained. “Making the video gave us reason to

reflect and to see who we are through someone else’s eyes. It made us proud of what we’ve achieved at Langfields Transport and this was something we’d neglected to do until we were part of the series. “A side effect I hadn’t anticipated was how bonded I feel to all the other Hear Them Roar participants. We all have two main things in common – we are all in business and we all chose Wagga as our community,” she concluded. Co-ordinator of Hear Them Roar, Genevieve Fleming, explained the purpose of the video series is to celebrate the success of women who have achieved outstanding outcomes while living and working in regional Australia. “Another focus is to encourage more people living in urban centres to consider living and working in regional Australia and to encourage governments and businesses to prioritise the needs of regional Australia in the planning and

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allocation of funding. “Naturally, we promote the Riverina as a desirable place to work and live and each of the 15 stories in the first series of Hear Them Roar demonstrates that very strongly.” Wagga has a wealth of innovators and entrepreneurial supporters with Simone Eyles and Diana Somerville partnering with CSU’s AgriTech hub providing business incubation support for emerging enterprises. Diana also is the founder of the annual Agrihack which encourages teams to take on real-life situations and, in just a couple of days, create real-life and commercial solutions to take to market. “Wagga is the centre of everything, really and we are excited about who will nominate for this round of Hear Them Roar,” Genevieve concluded. Details and a nomination form are available at www.womeninbusinesswagga. org.au and close on 30 May.

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Education campaign on scarce water THE Speak Up 4 Water campaign has initiated a membership drive to raise funds to support rural communities in their battle against what it terms poor government water policy. Providing information to educate the broader community about producing foods and fibres is the focus of the fund raising, especially to improve understanding of the need to achieve greater balance of scarce water resources and its allocation between food production and the environment. Campaign chair, Shelley Scoullar, said that at present there is a massive disconnect with too many people, including politicians, not well educated about the importance of water for growing the food

needed for domestic and international consumption. Nor do they understand that with effective water policy, environmental considerations are also enhanced. “Speak Up is facilitating education to improve this understanding and highlighting the valuable contributions local people make to developing local solutions,” Shelly said. “It’s about collaboration and working together so everyone benefits. That is not presently happening,” she said. The Speak Up membership drive follows on from a successful water forum addressed by scientists, economists, community members and politicians and attended by people from across the southern Murray

Darling Basin (See Wagga Weekly, Issue 23, Page 4). “It was a fantastic day where an immense amount of knowledge was shared then disseminated through media and other information circles. “Speak Up has been asked to facilitate similar events in other regions, but we need money for this and the other activities we have planned,” Shelley said. Anyone wanting to learn more is invited to attend the next meeting at the Deniliquin Golf Club on Thursday, 24 May from 11.30am. To find out more about the Speak Up Campaign membership drive visit www. speakup4water.com

Looking into an image ONE of the world’s enduring enigma is Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and yet another layer will be added during a lecture in the Wagga Art Gallery on 25 May. Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Nicole Mezey from London, will provoke some thought with her presentation titled The Woman Who Ate Her Husband- Mona Lisa and the Art of Leonardo. Nicole will examine the Mona Lisa painting while using it to explore and understand the genius of da Vinci. “So much about it (the Mona Lisa) is mysterious, but one thing is clear. In a life studded with unfinished projects, this was one which Leonardo not only completed, but kept with him until his death,” Nicole explained. “In it he addressed and realised so many of the themes which are at the core of his work.”

Nicole will provide some in depth analysis having studied at the Universities of Sussex, York and Paris before becoming Senior Lecturer at Queen’s University, Belfast, where she established the Department of Art History and worked extensively with adult students and Open Learning programs. Currently, Nicole is a freelance lecturer for The Arts Society, the National Museum of Northern Ireland, Queen’s University and the National Trust. Tickets for the lecture, which has been organised by the Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society (ADFAS) Riverina, and includes supper, are $30 for visitors or $15 for students. For more information contact ADFAS Chair, Pat Castine on 0438 875 647 or visit www.adfas.org.au/societies.

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Women who roar Marguerite McKinnon

IF you ever needed proof that living in Wagga could be a stroke of genius for business, look no further than the eyeopening series Hear Them Roar. Beginning in 2016, short films of selected local business women have been made to showcase their astonishing levels of success on national and international platforms from right here in Wagga. Series Two of Hear Them Roar is currently taking nominations for the 2018 Women in Business event until entries close on Wednesday 30 May at 5.00pm. Women in Business spokeswoman, Genevieve Fleming, believes this year’s Hear Them Roar will be a major success and provide some headaches for the judges. “We are looking for 10 high-achieving women to profile in the short film series, but I anticipate we will get at least 20 to 30 nominations,” Genevieve said. “We know about the larger businesses and the government departments. We know the University and the Defence Force are here, but the winners in the Hear Them Roar series are people from Wagga who are beavering away in their own businesses with national and international results. “A video case study gives a whole picture of the person in a short space of time while conveying a great message about how wonderful it is to be living and

working in regional Australia, particularly Wagga,” she said. The project received a boost this week with Wagga Wagga City Council joining the list of the event’s major sponsors, which also includes AgriFutures Australia, ICG Construction, the Commonwealth Bank, Commins Hendricks, Bush and Campbell and the NRMA. These companies have recognised the value in celebrating local entrepreneurs from such diverse sectors as agriculture, retail, science, tourism, architecture and trade. Founder of Wagga’s award-winning Food I Am cooking school, Tania Sibrey, was recognised and celebrated in the inaugural video series. “I was thrilled to be profiled as part of the Hear Them Roar series. It felt like a great celebration of everything that we have achieved,” Tania said. “I’m very lucky to work for myself in an industry that I truly love, and if I can help to inspire other women in our region to do that too, then that is fantastic. “I’m one of the lucky ones who wakes up and feels like going to work is not work for me,” Tania said. Production video of the 10 finalists will begin in June with subsequent screenings scheduled for 8 August, 18 September, 18 October and 13 November. Nominations for members can be made at www.womeninbusinesswagga.org.au.

Genevieve Fleming from Women in Business Wagga expects many Wagga women to be nominated for this year’s Hear Them Roar series.

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Team IOTA on track to Singapore GP pennie scott WITH only 16 weeks until the Schools F1 world championships in Singapore, the Tumut High School’s Team IOTA has announced donors and sponsors assisting in its quest.

Team manager, Bronson Sutton, expressed the team’s gratitude to the following: • $10,000 from Visy • $2000 from Snowy Hydro • $1000 from Switched on Electrical • $250 from Adelong Op Shop • $200 from Tumut Blinds and Awnings • $100 from Randall Irrigation • $15,000 from an anonymous donor • $500 from Nixon’s Engineering • $2000 from Dexion • $2000 from Ray White Real Estate Tumut • $500 from Wagga Trucks

• $2000 from Scandinavian Forestry and Engineering • $200 from Hotondo Homes • Miscellaneous from raffles TOTAL. $49,010.44 “The freight for all our equipment is now organised and, this week, our team is in Sydney meeting with a company who designs trade displays,” Bronson explained. “The accommodation and flights have been booked this week and our new uniforms are being designed to include the logos of new sponsors. “Vince, the team’s marketing manager, is designing the updated marketing

materials and portfolios which include new marketing strategies. “The team’s engineers are refining the new wheel system and, thankfully, there are only a few changes to the original specifications to the model as announced by the School’s F1 world committee. “The positive responses to our requests for sponsorship are very generous and Team IOTA is very grateful. We aim to represent Australia to the best of our abilities when in Singapore and share everything we’ve learned and experienced while on this whirlwind journey,” Bronson concluded. www.iotaracing.net

Women’s leadership recognised in Golden Crow awards

EVERY year, the Golden Crow Awards are highly contested as individuals and enterprises vie for recognition as the best in their particular category. With eight categories in the Wagga Business Chamber awards, there are many entries and only a few finalists, so reaching this level is a great honour. In the category of Outstanding Business Leader for this year’s awards, three women were nominated; Caroline Candusso, La Mama and creative director of Papel (Paper), Jennie Meiklejohn, founder of River and Wren boutique market, and Gioia Gianniotis, principal of GPG Architecture and Design. “To be in the company of such high achieving women in the category of Outstanding Business Leader is an honour,” Caroline said. “These fellow nominees are outstanding in what

they do and it is grand to be together and recognising the passion and success for what each of us live for.” The three finalists also are members of Women in Business Wagga (Inc) and president Naomi Miller expressed her congratulations to them. “To have three of our members as finalists demonstrates the supportive network of Women in Business. With more than 250 members from all sectors of business, there is a huge range of experience and expertise which is generously shared. “In addition, the range of events held during the year inspire, provoke and encourage the members to be ambitious, set goals and achieve them,” Naomi concluded. The Golden Crow Finals event is on Saturday 2nd June when the winners will be announced.

L-R; Gioia Gianniotis, Caroline Candusso and Jennie Meiklejohn.

Getting a personal Messenger Marguerite McKinnon THERE’S something to be said about having a tantrum. For publishing doyenne, Lisa Messenger, quitting her job when a newbie was hired as her superior was the catalyst which led to a successful international publishing empire. As well as writing 16 books and launching the business lifestyle magazine The Collective Hub, Lisa employed 32 full-time staff and 80 freelancers to push her brand into 37 markets worldwide. As her business flourished, Lisa was courted by such high-profile entrepreneurs as Richard Branson, fashion diva, Anna Wintour, and celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver. Now, Lisa has done the unthinkable again, and quit. The Collective Hub Founder and Editor in Chief made the shock announcement in March that she was closing her flagship magazine to pursue other interests, starting with a speaking tour taking in Canberra and regional NSW. When asked whether the latest career move followed another corporate tantrum, Lisa laughed. “The 52nd and final issue of The Collective is on sale now and I could have continued, but I’m a disruptive innovator, so I needed to break my own model in favour of trying something new,” Lisa said. “The day I announced I was closing the magazine I received an outpouring of support from so many people, which amazed me. It reinforced my belief that to be true to myself, I had to be the pivot of change.”

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While her name may not be familiar to some, Lisa Messenger has a strong following among entrepreneurial businesswomen and men, including Wagga-based head of Pointer recruitment firm, Jo Palmer. “Lisa’s magazine and journey has been a huge inspiration for my foray into small business,” Jo said. “She’s not afraid to fall down a few times and I am looking forward to hearing her insights and finding out what she is going to do next.” From Coolah in the Warrumbungle region of NSW, Lisa is keen to share the skills she’s learnt on succeeding in business. “When I closed the print mag, one of the first things I committed to doing was getting out and about into the community and covering as much territory as I can,” Lisa said. “Wagga has so many amazing people with fresh ideas, and the brilliant thing is, with the improvements in technology, geography is no longer a limiting factor in business growth and success.” “I’m always on the lookout for extraordinary people and there are plenty in Wagga that’s for sure.” Lisa is in Wagga on Wednesday 23 May as part of her In Conversation speaking tour and tickets for her presentation at Romano’s Hotel are currently available at www.eventbrite.com. au/e/live-in-conversation-with-lisamessenger-wagga-wagga-eveningevent-tickets-45460391254 .

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Lockhart Shire awards local businesses

IT’S not often that an entrant wins two accolades at one event, but that’s just what happened to Mark and Erin Schirmer from MSW Fabrication in Lockhart. The pair picked up the Business of The Year Award and the Business Leader Award at the Lockhart Shire Business Excellence Awards on Thursday 10 May. MWS Fabrication is a welding and metal fabrication business which manufactures truck bodies, ute trays, shed building and modifications to farm machinery and equipment, as well as carrying out general welding repairs. The awards, which attracted entries for a diverse range of businesses, recognises leading local businesses and acknowledges employees.

Other categories were Young Entrepreneur, Employee of the Year and Excellence in Small Business. The judges, who were drawn from Riverina Regional Development and BEC Business Advice South and West agreed it was difficult to separate the top finalists in several categories. The winners are: Young Entrepreneur Winner: Rachel Viski, Sprinklier. Highly Commended: Simon Lane, Simon Lane Electrical.

Show me the money Marguerite McKinnon

THERE’S one way to get an emotional response from a stamp or coin collector and that’s by telling them a few war stories – literally. Peter Simpfendorfer physically reacted when he heard the story of former Narrabri lad, Korean War Veteran Eric McKinnon, who showed a mate a double-headed coin while on a ship during the conflict on the peninsula. The mate turned it over, saw that it indeed had two heads and promptly threw it as far out to sea as he could, saying he was doing his mate a favour; “Because if you get caught with that, they’ll kill you.” “You’re joking!” Peter said, wincing over the loss of the 2-up treasure before parlaying into the mystery of his mother’s missing coin. “My mum once had a shilling piece which was the old 10 cent equivalent. It didn’t have a Queen’s head and was blank on one side, with only the Ram’s Head on the other side,” Peter said. “We don’t know what happened to it. We never found it when mum died.” Stories relating to coins and stamps have a profound impact on collectors such as Peter, who says his passion for stamps and coins has been a source of joy and knowledge for him since he started collecting in 1963. “My grandmother got me into it,” Peter said. “You pick up flora, fauna, politics, geography, history; all those sorts of things you can learn through stamps.” He quickly added that his wife Norma isn’t as enamoured with his hobby, especially when his general knowledge spills into prime time.

“I love the quiz shows on TV. Norma gets frustrated sometimes when I answer the question before they finish asking it,” Peter said with a fleeting smile. This weekend, Peter will be one of dozens taking part in the Wagga Stamp and Coin Club, which has held two-day stamp and coin fairs twice a year for more than 30 years. The doors of Sturt Public School in Kooringal will open for the biannual stamp and coin fair on Saturday and Sunday, promising decades of collected treasures once struck and spent. “Doors are open from 9.00am until 3.00pm and we limit it to seven dealers so that they all get a fair go at the clients coming through the door,” Peter said. “We have a very good reputation as a friendly event with free admission as we work on the basis you have to get them through the door first. We also raffle a hamper of groceries which everyone could use.” As well as stamp and coin dealers, the fair includes an accessories dealer who sells albums, catalogues and coin holders. “This weekend we have dealers from Melbourne, Sydney, Yass, Orange, Canberra and Trundle,” Peter said. The most valuable stamp Peter has seen in his lifetime was worth around $20,000. “The high-value Australian “Roo Stamps” featuring a kangaroo on the map of Australia, which went from a halfpenny to two pounds back when they were first issued in 1913. The Roo Stamps have a marvellous story behind them. “We became a Commonwealth on 1st January 1901, but the State Postmasters General could not agree for 13 years on the design of the first Commonwealth Stamp,” Peter explained.”

Sorting your future Marguerite McKinnon

MENTION the second Tuesday in May to Wagga financial expert Jenny Rolfe and she reacts as though you said it was Christmas. While most wouldn’t register the date, for a financial guru like Jenny, Federal Budget Day is something she is genuinely excited about. For many, it’s a different world, but Jenny says that to be financially savvy, it requires talking about budgets, money and planning for the future. “It’s crucial for people to be able to make good financial choices, particularly for women because we often underestimate our abilities,” Jenny said. A veteran of 25 years’ financial services and education, Jenny is so passionate about spreading the word, she’s started up a business called Sprout Education, or SproutEd; a play on words highlighting the thriving benefit of being money smart.

“SproutEd has five different operation arms. We have a dedicated field for women which includes the Women, Wealth and Wine workshops, boot-camps and retreats,” Jenny said. “I have a section focussing on kids to give parents and educators tactical strategies to teach kids about money. There’s a business arm tailoring advice for business and professionals. I’m also doing my PhD into research and capability.” An area Jenny is most passionate about is women, money and the gender and superannuation pay gap. “There’s a difference in what the average male earns compared to earnings for the average female and it’s across all industries. So even men and women working in the same industry and the same job will not necessarily get paid the same,” Jenny said. “So even though we have Awards and things like that, it doesn’t necessarily mean

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Peter Simpfendorfer from the Wagga Stamp (and Coin) Club Incorporated ready for this weekend’s biannual Stamp and Coin Fair. “There are watermark varieties, perforation varieties, errors in some of the stamps and some are so rare there’s only a handful known.”

The artwork, shapes and commemorative series of stamps from around the world make the stamp and coin fair a fascinating diversion from daily life.

men and women are getting paid the same. “There are also implications for women working part-time and casually in traditionally feminised industries who tend to have lower rates of pay. Add to this the breaks in careers as women have families, and women are really behind the men when it comes to earning capacity in their working life.” Being unable to financially care for oneself in old age is frightening, but Jenny’s business motto is Knowledge, Confidence and Empowerment. “The worst thing we can do is bury our heads and say, it’s all too hard I’ll deal with it later, because later comes up too quickly. The sooner you take control, and make even little changes, you’ve got time, still there’s time for compounding interest and the like and it can really make a difference,” Jenny said. Liz Hamilton attended a Women, Wealth and Wine workshop hoping for advice. “I came because I’m concerned about how much knowledge I don’t have about superannuation. I’m happier because I think I’ve got my head around things and I strongly encourage anyone to get along to

the talks because it’s information we need to know,” Liz said. Like many women, Cathy Skeers left the workforce to raise children and was a stayat-home mum for 20 years, resulting in her missing out on 20 years of superannuation and earnings to help her in retirement. On top of this, Cathy’s marriage ended and she’s back in fulltime work, a situation that led her to turn to Jenny for help. “I’ve known Jenny for many years and I’ve been to a couple of her workshops budgeting and learning about finances, and I’ve got so much out of them. She makes it interesting, she makes it fun and it’s so important,” Cathy said. Jenny is hoping to spread the word about being financially literate so more locals have less stress. “It’s no good looking back and saying, if only. The magic happens out of our comfort zone, but when you have the right framework, it’s actually a relief to be able to tell yourself, I’ve got this and I can do it.” For more information visit www.sprouteducation.com.au.


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Recognising the givers Virginia Gawler

THERE’S a group of people in the community who are best described as the quiet achievers, prepared to give of themselves to ensure the comfort and security of others. They are the volunteers and they’ll be recognised during National Volunteer Week 2018 from 21 until 27 May. With the theme Give a little. Change a lot, National Volunteer Week provides an opportunity to say thank you to the more than six million Australians who volunteer their time, energy and expertise each year. The theme Give a little. Change a lot, represents the contribution of volunteers who make a profound impact on their communities and society through giving an estimated 932-million hours nationally in 2016. A 2016 report by Volunteering Australia into the state of volunteering in Australia found that 46 per cent of Australians have done informal volunteering, predominantly by taking

care of someone in the community. From volunteering in school tuckshops to coaching sporting teams, fundraising for charities or assisting the elderly or disabled people with shopping and home maintenance, it is estimated volunteering yields a 450 percent return for every dollar invested. Volunteering Australia CEO, Adrienne Picone, says that volunteers are essential to the community, particularly in regional and rural Australia. “Volunteering is so important to building strong, resilient and cohesive communities and can play a critical role in supporting the development of rural and regional areas in Australia,” Adrienne said. “Volunteering has a strong social, cultural and economic impact on the community with research demonstrating that volunteering yields an estimated national contribution of $290 billion nationally,” she said, adding that she was hopeful National Volunteer Week would draw attention to the contributions volunteerism provides and focus on

growing a culture of giving in Australia. As well as individual volunteering, the activity is increasing in the workplace in Australia with 63 per cent of large companies having a program and allocating more resources to volunteering compared to 10 years ago. Wagga resident, Frank Temple-Brown, who volunteers for several organisations and, for several years, has volunteered to help new refugee families settling in Wagga expresses the personal rewards of volunteering simply. “It is in giving that we truly receive. I have become great friends with some of these families,” Frank said. “One of the families who fled Afghanistan and settled in Wagga regard me as a member of their immediate family and affectionately call me Kaka Frank which means Uncle Frank,” he said. As well as building community and social cohesion, volunteers also benefit from: • Helping others • Becoming more active in your community

• Learning more about different groups in the community • Meeting new people • Increasing self-esteem and feelings of self-worth • Gaining more satisfaction from your life • Gaining valuable skills and work experience which can sometimes lead to employment • Supplementing study with practical knowledge. As part of National Volunteer Week in Wagga, LiveBetter and the Wagga Volunteer Centre will host a free breakfast BBQ on Thursday 24 May from 8.00am at the LiveBetter office in Peter Street.

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Volunteers the life blood of LiveBetter VOLUNTEERS are an integral part of LiveBetter’s purpose which is to enable the people of regional Australia to live their best lives. With more than 240 volunteers who support their local communities every day, LiveBetter Volunteers work across a variety of service areas, including Aged, Disability, Community Transport, Respite and more. Graeme Redman from Albury has been volunteering at LiveBetter for the past 12 years. He gives up his time to assist a walking group for older people, the Albury Wodonga Wanderers. Graeme is part of the WHS committee also and volunteers at LiveBetter’s Social Support Groups where he reads the paper to people, prepares cups of tea and participates as a guest speaker covering various topics of interest. “When I retired, it was important to me that I stayed active in the local community and volunteering seemed the perfect way to give back while continuing to learn.

“The joy I see on people’s faces when they learn something new, or just have a laugh is why I continue to volunteer. It’s very rewarding,” Graeme says. LiveBetter’s Jodie Hayes says, “LiveBetter Volunteers are an invaluable part of our organisation and provide friendly and professional support to our customers. They bring a special energy and have such a positive impact on people’s lives. We are very grateful for the great work they do in the community.” LiveBetter Volunteers are supported by the organisation’s commitment to the National Standards for Volunteer involvement in Not-For-Profit Organisations. This ensures volunteers are managed, supported and resourced in accordance with the National Standards. For more information about volunteering opportunities with LiveBetter, please call 1800 580 580 and ask to speak to a Volunteer Coordinator.


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Kristen’s Story A DV E RT I S I N G F E AT U R E

KRISTEN knows first-hand the importance of a family. Having been adopted herself, Kristen was determined to help other families in need. “I have children of my own, and I’ve loved being a mother,” says Kristen. “My twin daughters are now 19-years-old and it’s really lovely to have younger children back in the home again.” For Kristen, the decision to become a foster carer meant having initial discussions with her husband and daughters. After reaching an agreement to become a foster carer, Kristen contacted Anglicare. “Anglicare has really helped us. We have a great structure behind us and a great emotional support,” says Kristen. “Anglicare staff are very experienced, confident and professional, and they are constantly available. All my questions and problems are always listened to and answered.” In the past 12 months, Kristen and her husband have provided short-term and respite care to a number of children, some of whom have been restored to their birth families.

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Interested in foster caring but struggling to make a decision? Anglicare supports over 500 children in care across the region, and we’re here to help you too. Nearly 20,000 children are in care in NSW. They, and their families, need support from people like you to help them thrive. Foster care has many options including short-term, emergency, and respite care as well as long-term support. Nineteen-year-old Rachael says “Being fostered through Anglicare changed my life.” Foster carer, Kristen says “Anglicare has really helped us. We have a great structure behind us and a great emotional support.” Our carer support team would love to chat with you about how your family can make a real difference in the lives of children in need. Feel free to talk to us about any questions you might have.

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DEPARTMENT stores have been replaced with specialty shops in most towns over the past 20 years so it’s a rarity to wander through a large retail enterprise with distinct departments. At the Salvation Army’s huge shop in Forsythe Street, Wagga, there is a vast range of sections including men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, toys, haberdashery, traveling equipment, soft furnishings, toys, glassware, kitchen ware, electrical goods, shoes, books, CDs, jewelry, bric-a-brac and furniture. That is from the shopper’s perspective. When taken on a tour at the back of the store, there is a warehouse almost twice the size of the retail area with vast amounts of donated goods, waiting to be sorted, tagged and priced, and displayed once there is room.

Pastors Cara and Stewart Hartley are part of the happy team, paid and volunteers, who manage this department store, and are putting a call out for more volunteers to join their team as soon as possible. This coincides with National Volunteering Week across Australia from 21 until 28 May. Collectively, Ruth, Glenda and Brinsley have contributed more than 55 years volunteering, mostly with the Salvation Army in Wagga and can’t imagine life without their weekly roles. Glenda has been sorting and pricing women’s clothes for years and is regarded as the in-house fashionista as she recognises brands, styles, vintages and fabrics, and knows how to combine individual pieces to create stunning outfits. Ruth has been volunteering for more

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than 33 years and also is in the women’s clothes department. “When we’ve got the rhythm going, we handle and price up to 800 items a day,” Glenda explained. Brinsley is in charge of the electrical department where he checks and tags items prior to them being placed on the retail floor. Matt looks after the rosters of the volunteers and manages the (literal) mountains of donated goods brought into the centre every day. “We have clothes, toys, furniture, electrical goods and homewares and our volunteers hand-sort everything, checking for quality, safety and saleability,” he explained. “Due to so many donations we need another six to ten volunteers every day to assist the ten already here.”

“The atmosphere in this workplace is great fun with a strong spirit of helping each other, both in this enterprise and also giving back to the community.” “It’s a great social gathering every day and we all leave feeling very satisfied with our achievements,’ Matt said. With only three paid staff, this enterprise relies on volunteers with some coming from Calvary, Community Services, Relationships Australia and Kurrajong. “We need another ten to 15 volunteers immediately,” Julie explained, “so we can continue our plans to provide other services for our shoppers. This is a wonderful work place where laughing is heard all the time.” Volunteering is for all ages and backgrounds and, call Julie, manager of the Salvation Army department store on 6931 0271, for more details.


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DESTINATION RIVERINA MURRAY

Workshops detail online techniques for tourism operators Destination Riverina Murray IN today’s world of the internet, cyberspace and the information superhighway, tourism and digital marketing should go hand-in-hand, but that’s not always the case. The General Manager of Destination Riverina Murray (DRM), Richie Robinson, says that for many tourism operators digital marketing can be tough. “Statistics show that only 52 percent of tourism businesses have a mobile website, only 69 percent utilise social media for business, and less than 50 percent provide instant bookings online. It’s clearly very overwhelming,” Richie said. To help address the problem, DRM has engaged leading tourism expert and Chief Executive of Tourism Tribe, Liz Ward, to facilitate marketing development workshops in Albury, Wagga, and Griffith aimed specifically at tourism operators. Richie said the series of workshops are in response to a review of concerns expressed by operators in the region about the challenges they faced with digital marketing. “The free 3-hour face to face workshop will cover topics such as, what’s trending in marketing and distribution, the latest information on Google search and Facebook algorithms, and what it takes to be remarkable in the marketplace,” Richie said. Case studies and success stories also will be presented at each of the workshops

by Tania Sibrey from Food I Am in Wagga, Kate Murray from Border Wine Room in Albury and David and Emelia Ferguson from Kimo Estate between Gundagai and Nangus. A representative from Destination NSW will also be on hand to provide advice on how to leverage their social media and marketing activities. “While there are literally hundreds of marketing courses to choose from, this one is specific to tourism in the Riverina Murray region,” Richie said. Tourism Tribe was established after Liz observed the struggle and challenges faced by regional tourism operators and created a global online learning platform connecting tourism operators with digital specialists. The organisation offers subscription packages ranging from $119 to $449 which members can choose according to their level of digital proficiency. “We know it’s a minefield and we are repeatedly hearing from operators who say they don’t have time and don’t know where to start,” Liz said. “We provide online assessments on the Tourism Tribe platform and these have been hugely successful for members because they can obtain an objective appraisal of their online presence and the specified areas to focus on, which is a great head start,” she said. Each of the workshops will run from 9.30am for a 10.00am start and continue until 12.30pm. They’ll be at the SS&A

Club in Albury on Tuesday, 29 May, the Exies Club in Griffith on Wednesday, 30 May, and at Elements at the Garden in Wagga on Thursday 31 May. Tickets are available through Eventbrite DRM Marketing Program or email info@destinationrm.com.au For further information about Tourism Tribe visit the website at www.tourismtribe.com

Chief Executive of Tourism Tribe, Liz Ward. FOUR years ago, Greg Carosi took a bold career gamble, shifting from Sydney to Wagga to sharpen his creative focus and, true to his minimalist ethos, leave the distractions of the city behind. An artist who swapped the ‘hipster belt’ of Sydney’s inner west for the picturesque landscapes of the Riverina, Greg is exhibiting his unique artwork at TAFE NSW Wagga’s ‘Gallery 43’ on 23 May. His contemporary, minimalist style has attracted art buyers from across the nation, and this exhibition entitled Expanse, is the Gallery’s first major showing for 2018 and will run until 8 June. “I wanted to leave those urban connections behind and open up space, both mentally and geographically, for that creative process,” Greg explained. “The opportunities for exhibiting my work and developing my own career are also far bigger and more numerous in a regional location than in the city.” His works are set on aluminium and he uses industrial materials drawn from the

Carosi to showcase unique artwork at Tafe NSW Gallery 43 Exhibition

Riverina. His artistic inspiration is also drawn from the Riverina featuring abstract depictions of the area’s urban and natural landscapes. “Gallery 43 is a beautiful space and I think its scale matches the scale and ambition of my work,” Mr Carosi said. “Expanse speaks to the landscape of the Riverina but also to the ambition of regionalism. It’s great to be able to allow the people of the Riverina to view work that was made here and inspired by this region.” TAFE NSW Wagga Art and Design teacher, Karen Walsh, said the exhibition was a coup for Gallery 43. “It’s a great honour for us to have someone of Greg’s calibre exhibit here,” Ms Walsh said. “It gives our students who are practicing art in the diploma classes an opportunity to see where their careers could go and to see how a professional artist displays his work.” Expanse will be launched from 6pm to 8pm on 23 May and members of the public are invited to attend the gala opening.

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Country Hope celebrates its 15th Birthday

Jacob Saggers WHEN a rural family discovers they have a child diagnosed with cancer or another chronic life-threatening illness, where do they turn? Most of the major paediatric hospitals in Sydney and Melbourne are hugely expensive and offer limited assistance during the treatment process. This is where Country Hope comes in. The organisation began as an annual children’s camp, which was established with the blessing and support of Camp Quality founder, Vera Entristle. She understood the impacts of childhood cancer and other life-threatening illnesses, including the challenges children endure throughout their treatment. However, it was soon identified that the annual camp was simply not enough support and that country families face different challenges from those living in cities. The experience of childhood illness has a devastating impact on the whole family.

The trauma, isolation, times of separation and lack of access to resources impacts deeply on each family’s ability to cope through the crises. This was alleviated to some extent in 2003 when Brian and Joy Kahlefeldt, donated $20,000 to establish Country Hope. Additional charity came from the community, providing funds for Country Hope to help local families with basic requirements such as mortgages, accommodation, rent, airfares, food vouchers and fuel cards, just to name a few. General Manager and Family Liaison’s Officer of Wagga’s Country Hope, Ellie Webb, became involved in the organisation after attending a Women in Business event 10 years ago where she heard an life changing speech from her predecessor, Kay Lean. “My husband and I were looking for somewhere to volunteer. I went home that night feeling inspired. I told my husband that I had found an organisation I would love to support,” she said. Ellie started with Country Hope as a volunteer carer at its Time Out For Life annual camp. Her dedication and support did not go unnoticed, and she was asked by one of Country Hope’s four founding members, Rod Dunlop, to undertake fulltime assistance. Ellie has been with Country Hope for nine years and employs her skills as a counsellor to help assist children with life-threatening illnesses through the entire treatment process. What sets Country Hope apart from other similar organisations is that it not only supports children diagnosed with cancer,

What’s your secret? Jacob Saggers

THERE’S something special about birthdays – being surrounded by family and friends, enjoying your favourite meal and just being fussed over. But for Lettie Lockett there was something different as she enjoyed her lunch of roast lamb on Tuesday. It was her 100th birthday and to add to the gathering, she wasn’t the only centenarian sitting at the table. Her sister, Isabelle Jones is 101. Lettie is the second oldest daughter in a family of six girls and one boy, all of whom grew up on a farm near Gregadoo. She never strayed far from the Riverina, and married her husband, Austin, in 1939 at

the St Johns Anglican church in Wagga. Lettie was keen to get back to country life and the couple soon moved onto a farm just outside Wagga where they had five children, daughters Sue and Helen and sons Graeme, Garry and John. Helen and Sue believe they are more excited for their mother turning 100 than she is. “We’ve had such a ball setting everything up and preparing for the day,” Helen said. They believe their mothers and aunties secret to a long life could be their attitude and hard work. “Growing up on a farm can be tough. The whole family worked hard. But we also had plenty of fresh air, quality food

it also assists with other rare and chronic life-threatening illnesses that could affect a child. A regional service that doesn’t receive Government funding, Country Hope relies solely on sponsorships, donations, fundraising efforts and support from the local community. It currently supports an average of 17 new families in crises situations each year, including 22 families provided with assistance last year. Overall, the organisation is supporting 170 families throughout the Riverina and with the demand for services growing, it has opened offices in Griffith and Albury. At the same time, the size of the Time Out For Life annual camp has increased and owes its thanks to the members of the Wagga Picnic Race Club who raise funds through their annual race meeting. Large

contributions are provided also by the Albury Rotary Club, including a $10,000 cheque, which was presented by the club President, Jean Burke, to mark Country Hope’s 15th birthday last week. The first Time Out For Life camps catered for between 30 and 40 children but currently assist up to 100 children who have been diagnosed with life threatening illnesses along with their carers and medical and administrative staff who also work as volunteers. The camp creates lifelong friendships between the carers and children, with many staying affiliated with Country Hope after treatment, some even returning as carers. “We are very proud of our achievements over the past 15 years, and this anniversary is a chance for us to say thank you to these fantastic supporters,” Ellie said.

President of Rotary Club Albury, Jean Burke, presenting a $10,000 cheque to chairman of Waggas Country Hope, Kerry Flinn. and lots of fat. Mum would milk the cows and scrape the cream off the top, that was the best part,” Sue said. Lettie has 11 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren with a 15th on the way. Lettie celebrated her 100th birthday at The Forrest Centre nursing home in Wagga.

Lettie Lockett (left) with 99 year old cousin, Linda Baker reading the letter from the Queen.

Supporter group supports charity Jacob Saggers IF you’re a long term Wagga resident and a Sydney Swan’s fan you’ll no doubt remember the 1996 line-up when locals Paul Kelly, Jason Mooney, Brad Seymour and Daniel McPherson played in the Grand Final. Despite the loss to North Melbourne, a group of Wagga locals was proud enough to establish the Sydney Swans Supporter Group in 1997. Now Wagga’s Ronald McDonald House is benefiting from the group. Each year, the group makes three bus trips from Wagga to watch their beloved Swans play and one traveller, Ron Castle, runs raffles on the trips and donate the proceeds to Ronald McDonald House. The first raffle took place in may when the bus headed for the Sydney Cricket Ground to watch the Swans take on North Melbourne. Unfortunately, the Swannies were defeated, 66-68, but the group raised $191 for Ronald McDonald House. The Chairman of Ronald McDonald

House, Tony Aichinger, will contribute a $50 McDonalds food voucher to the winner of each raffle and a resident at the Gregadoo Grange Lifestyle Retirement Village will donate a dozen bottles of wine for the last trip of the year. Based on the number of people on the bus trips and the generosity of the Wagga community, Ron believes the Supporters Group will raise up to, $1000 this year. Waggas Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home for Riverina and South West Slopes families to stay together while receiving treatment at Wagga Base Hospital, Calvary Hospital, Day Procedure Units and attending medical appointments. It caters for families with sick or injured children and for expectant mothers. The next Sydney Swans Supporter Group bus trip will take the group to Etihad Stadium in Melbourne where the Swans will meet St Kilda on Saturday 9 June. The trip, which costs $155, includes return coach travel from Wagga, accommodation, breakfast and transport

Sydney Swans Supporter Group member, Ron Castle, presenting $191 to Executive Officer of Waggas Ronald McDonald House, Deborah Braines. to and from the game. For further information contact Ron Castle on 69226089 or visit the group’s website at www.sydneyswans.com.au/

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Job satisfaction comes first

BRIGHT FUTURE: TAFE NSW Wagga Wagga baking student Rachael Sullivan credits TAFE NSW with helping her find her ‘true calling’.

RACHEL Sullivan is one of a growing band of young career-changers putting passion and personal satisfaction first when pursuing a job. Recent data has revealed a 15-year-old today is likely to change career five times in their life. The path to Rachel’s passion was a via a Certificate III in Retail Baking at Wagga TAFE, where the 24-year-old is currently in her first year and being mentored by world-renowned TAFE NSW master patissier, chocolatier and confectioner, Herve Boutin. She’s also employed as a cook at Kooringal eatery, Corner Table by Alex and Michelle. Her love affair with cooking was forged early in the comfort-filled kitchen of the family’s Riverina farmhouse. “From the age of eight, you couldn’t get me out of the kitchen,” Rachel said. “There’s just something about cooking – it’s a family thing, it brings people together and makes everyone feel good.” She seemed destined for a career in cookery, but an offhand comment from her grandma – “you’re too smart to be a chef” – changed her professional trajectory. A penchant for mathematics instead prompted her to enroll in an accountancy degree at university. It was during her final year of university that

Playing with Mia Marguerite McKinnon

IT’S a sweet sight when young children meet for the first time and immediately start playing together as if old friends. Like bees to honey, two little girls made their way to the swings in the middle of the park in Wagga. The afternoon stillness quickly filled with chatter before peals of laughter broke out as they swung higher and higher, the pendulums kept moving by multi-tasking mums who were managing a conversation, tending to a toddler and diverting a wandering pet dog which narrowly missed the girls’ trajectory. Laughing loudest, the girl with the sparkly eyes and bouncy, curly hair soon discovered she and her new playmate both turn four this week. It will be a milestone year for Mia Stewart. Born with a congenital condition so rare it affects one in a million people, Mia’s right hip and leg are severely underdeveloped, leaving her struggling to move around. Mia has been at the centre of a longrunning fundraising campaign for surgery in the USA where a specialist surgeon will perform rotationplasty, a complex 12-hour

procedure to turn her short leg around, modify her ankle into a knee joint and fit her with a prosthetic to give her the greatest chance to live a normal life. A surgery date has been scheduled for 18 January next year, and, with the family unable to meet the cost, locals have banded together to raise the money. Mia’s mother, Leila Bright, said the cost would be impossible to cover if it wasn’t for the amazing generosity of locals and businesses. “Mia’s surgery costs and physiotherapy are more than $300,000 and on top of that we have a 10-week post-op stay, travel and living costs and everything back in Australia to account for,” Leila said. “We can’t do this alone, but we never want to say we didn’t give it our best shot to give Mia the most full and active life possible. We are just so thankful for every donation.” The latest fundraiser is Mia’s Market and Car Boot Sale at Wagga Christian College on Saturday, 19 May from 9.00am. The next fundraiser, Mia’s Midwinter Ball, will be held on Saturday 28 July at the International Hotel in Wagga. More information is available on Mia’s Big Adventure Facebook page.

she ditched the degree and made a professional leap of faith. By day, Rachel immersed herself in a world of credits, debits and balance sheets and by night, she took a part-time job as a cook at a local pub. “I was so much happier cooking at the pub than I was sitting at a desk,” Rachel said. “I was so worried what my parents would think but they just told me to pursue my passion. “But it’s the best decision I ever made. I’m loving TAFE and loving the job. Learning the science behind why things work the way they do and learning these amazing techniques is incredible. “The teaching is unreal and Herve even comes into my café and teaches me. To have one-on-one time with someone of his calibre is a real privilege,” Rachel said. TAFE NSW Regional General Manager Kerry Penton said that with more than 1200 courses from diploma to degree to choose from, TAFE NSW was well positioned to help workers of all ages take on a new challenge. “It’s really about getting the skills you want for the job you want,” Kerry said. “You can study full-time, part-time or online at TAFE NSW so the flexibility is ideal.” Enrolments for Semester two course at TAFE NSW are being taken now. Call 13 16 01 or visiting www.tafensw.edu.au

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1 s7143 StuntS d (6) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Shinn 58 3.20 2 36s CAnyonero b (4) Mark Newnham . . . . . . . . . . . . . C Reith 57 4 .00 3 I Am ZAIn h (5) M, W & J Hawkes . . . . . . . . . . . K Jennings 56 10 .00 4 ronStAr (1) G Portelli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ms W Costin 56 9 .00 5 SIlent explorer h (7) David Payne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 21 .00 6 2 preSS Box h (2) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 4 .80 7 43s4 rIver BIrd (3) J C Coyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ms J Taylor 54 .5 5 .50 8 5 Green h (8) T R Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A Adkins 53 10 .00 preSS Box, Stunts, Canyonero, river Bird

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etymoloGy b (2) James Cummings . . . . . . Ms R King (a) nAvAl wArFAre h (3) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . romAn Son twh (6) R A Freedman . . . . . . . . . . . . B Shinn ArAAjA dwh (11) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tHe GetAwAy (4) P M Perry . . . . . .J Van Overmeire (a2) oklAHomA GIrl wh (1) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . multIFACetS tcwhn (10) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Solo mISSIon th (9) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . duBAIInStyle cwh (5) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SoFIn dw (7) S D Fry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Looker Spooky wooky dwh (8) M, W & J Hawkes . . . . . . . . . . . . romAn Son, Solo mission, multifacets, etymology

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4.35

Colin Hayes Hall Of Fame

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Apprentices can claim 3yo & up Benchmark 89 $100,000 1 2667s 2 3290s 3 135s1 4 2s481 5 133s1 6 s1351 7 18213 8 22121 9 119 10 5s590 11 06852 12 58s4s

CHAuFFeur c (12) Brad Widdup . . . . . . . . . SCrAtCHed Curdled wh (2) G A Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . equAl BAlAnCe cw (3) Kurt Goldman . . . . . . N Heywood eASy eddIe d (1) Joseph Pride . . . . .J Van Overmeire (a2) epIdemIC tcw (5) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . . B Shinn leGAdemA d (6) Brad Widdup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GoldFInCH (8) R S Englebrecht . . . . . . . . . . . .Ms D Panya SedItIon tdw (4) Richard Litt . . . . . . . . . . .A Hyeronimus CHArlAyne cdwhn (9) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . J Mc Donald AlBumIn cdbh (11) G A Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fox SwIFt dw (7) C Maher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A Adkins vIllA CArlottA w (10) K A Lees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SedItIon, Charlayne, epidemic, legadema

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gear Changes rACe 1: (1) Stunts blinkers on first time, winkers off first time; (3) I Am Zain lugging bit on first time, winkers on first time; (4) Ronstar lugging bit on first time rACe 2: (4) Our Mantra blinkers off again rACe 3: (1) Chauffeur barrier blanket on again, blinkers off first time, visors off first time, winkers on first time; (10) Albumin blinkers on first time, visors off first time rACe 6: (10) Albumin blinkers on first time, visors off first time rACe 7: (2) Farolitos blinkers off first time; (6) Collateral tongue-tie off again; (10) Our Gravano Nz gelded; (11) Hetty Heights blinkers on again rACe 8: (10) Annandale Lass blinkers on again, winkers off again; (13) O’lordy concussion plates front on again rACe 9: (18) Missile Coda blinkers on first time, brow band off first time; (19) Chauffeur barrier blanket on again, blinkers off first time, visors off first time, winkers on first time

Race 1

1200m

11.30

1. StuntS (James Cummings) 2c By Lonhro - Aerobatics (6:1-1-2): (Hampered early stages .) Cd 56 .5kg(6) 3-1/4 len 4th Paquirri(56 .5kg) 1100m 1:03 .25 R’wick Kindergarten Good(4) trk April 7 . Cd 58kg(1) 1/2 nk 1/2 nk 3rd Graff(57 .5kg), Mickey Blue Eyes 1300m 1:17 .84 Hawkesbury Clarendon Stks Good(4) trk April 28 . 2. CAnyonero (Mark Newnham) 2c By Pierro - Rosnaree (IR) (2:0-0-1): (Checked near 800m . Inquiry into performance . Poor post-race recovery .) Cd 58kg(5) 3-1/4 len 6th Futooh(54 .5kg) 1200m 1:10 .90 R’wick 2yo Hcp Good(3) trk Jan 6 . len win Whiteley, Sedgemoor 1040m R’wick Barrier Trial Good(4) trk April 16 . 3. I Am ZAIn (M, W & J Hawkes) 2c By I Am Invincible - Zyoon (0:0-0-0): First Start . 5-1/4 len 7th King’s Trust 900m R’hill Barrier Trial Good(4) trk May 7 . 4. ronStAr (G Portelli) 2g By Zoustar Miss Essembee (0:0-0-0): First Start . nk win Valarian, Aritomo 791m W Farm Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 4 . 5. SIlent explorer (David Payne) 2g By Lope De Vega (IR) - Uneasy Silence (0:0-00): First Start . 8-1/2 len 4th Foreign Territory 1030m R’hill Barrier Trial Good(4) trk May 7 . 6. preSS Box (C J Waller) 2f By Hinchinbrook - Kaaptive Empress (1:0-1-0): (Hampered on straightening .) Cd 53 .5kg(4) sht hd 2nd Ms Rodarte(53 .5kg) 1200m 1:10 .63 C’bury 2yo (0sc) Good(4) trk May 2 . 7. rIver BIrd (J C Coyle) 2f By Epaulette Amber’s Crown (3:0-0-1): (Slowly away .) Cd 54 .5kg(3) sht nk 2 len 3rd Fiesta(54 .5kg), Adamina 1100m 1:05 .50 R’hill Widden Stks Soft(5) trk Feb 3 . (Jumped awkwardly . Eased near 200m .) Cd 55 .5kg(9) 3-1/2 len 4th Gem Song(58kg) 1100m 1:05 .42 R’hill 2yo Hcp Good(4) trk May 5 . 8. Green (T R Martin) 2f By Denman Gullible (1:0-0-0): (Wide throughout . Caused interference . Rider charged with careless riding .) Cd 54 .5kg(4) 5-1/4 len 5th Gem Song(58kg) 1100m 1:05 .42 R’hill 2yo Hcp Good(4) trk May 5 .

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.

Race 2

1400m

12.05

1. SeAwAy (C J Waller) 3c By Ocean Park (NZ) - Miss Purrfection (NZ) (6:3-2-0): (Slowly away .) Cd 55kg(1) 2 len 2nd Bezel(53kg) 1550m 1:31 .58 Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ (Bm82) Good(4) trk April 18 . (Checked early stages .) Cd 58 .5kg(7) 3 len win Grand Finalist, Laussel 1550m 1:32 .70 C’bury 3yo+ (Bm76) Good(4) trk May 2 . 2. GAuloIS (James Cummings) 3g By Street Cry (IR) - Celts (11:2-4-2): (Laid out in straight .) Cd 57kg(2) lg hd 2nd War Room(55kg) 1400m 1:24 .74 Ascot Lee-Steere Good(4) trk Dec 9 . (Laid in in straight .) Cd 54 .5kg(8) 1-1/4 len 5th Siren’s Fury(54 .5kg) 1300m 1:15 .52 Hawkesbury (Bm85) Good(4) trk April 28 . 3. SmArtedGe (P & P Snowden) 3g By Smart Missile - Couredge (7:2-2-1): (Slowly away . Blocked for run on straightening .) Cd 56kg(15) 6-1/4 len 10th Pierata(57kg) 1400m 1:21 .02 Gold Coast 3yo Gneas Good(3) trk Jan 13 . (Jumped awkwardly . Inquiry into performance . Blocked for run on straightening .) Cd 57 .5kg(3) 3-1/4 len 1/2 len 3rd Cradle Mountain(57 .5kg), Oxford Magic 1200m 1:08 .15 R’wick 3yo+ (Bm79) Good(3) trk April 25 . 4. our mAntrA (Joseph Pride) 3g By Sebring - Truly Elegant (13:2-4-1): Cd 56kg(1) 8-1/4 len 13th Levendi(56kg) 2000m 2:04 .14 R’hill Tulloch Stakes Good(4) trk Mar 31 . (Overraced early, middle stages .) Cd 56kg(3) 3-1/4 len 6th Bezel(53kg) 1550m 1:31 .58 RandwickKensington 3yo+ (Bm82) Good(4) trk April 18 . 5. StAr SenSAtIon (Mark Newnham) 3f By Star Witness - Stimulass (10:3-2-3): Cd 55 .5kg(6) lg hd 2-1/4 len 3rd Sparky Lad(56kg), Heliosphere 1400m 1:23 .64 R’hill 3yo Swp Good(4) trk Dec 9 . (Jumped awkwardly .) Cd 58kg(4) 2-1/4 len 5th Sedition(55kg) 1200m 1:11 .51 R’hill 3yo (Bm77) Good(4) trk May 5 . 6. lISdoonvArnA (Ms A Turner & M Poletti) 3f By Super Easy (NZ) - Axislass (NZ) (7:4-0-2): (Slowly away .) Cd 57kg(1) lg nk win Sweet Deal, I Am Poppy 1200m 1:09 .50 W Farm 3yo+ F&M (Bm73) Good(4) trk Mar 28 . (Jumped awkwardly . Wide throughout .) Cd 54kg(12) 3-3/4 len 7th Moss Trip(54kg) 1400m 1:20 .53 R’wick James Carr Good(3) trk April 21 .

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© 2018: this racing service contains nSw racing information, including fields and form which is subject to copyright and which is owned by racing nSw and other parties working with it. 7. mAd For Art (Bjorn Baker) 3g By Artie Schiller (US) - Miss Madoff (5:3-0-1): (Hampered near 400m .) Cd 56kg(2) 2-1/2 len 6th Warranty(57kg) 1100m 1:03 .16 Randwick-Kensington 3yo (Bm74) Good(4) trk April 18 . Cd 59kg(5) 1-3/4 len sht 1/2 hd 3rd Beau Hoffa(55kg), Brother In Arms 1400m 1:22 .24 Bathurst Hcp (C4) Good(4) trk April 25 . 8. Hemmerle (D A Williams) 3g By Lucas Cranach (GE) - Medowie Jewel (2:2-0-0): Cd 58 .5kg(1) 3-1/2 len win Fruitful Warrior, Soir De Lune 1300m 1:17 .64 Goulburn E&G Mdn Good(4) trk April 22 . Cd 59kg(11) sht hd win Marco Man, Newtown Is Coming 1300m 1:18 .19 Wagga (Bm62) Soft(5) trk May 4 . 9. mAId mArIlyn (G Waterhouse & A Bott) 3f By Stratum - Longlea (4:1-1-0): (Inquiry into performance . Poor post-race recovery .) Cd 55 .5kg(2) 4-1/4 len Last Bull Market(56 .5kg) 1400m 1:23 .17 R’hill 3yo (Bm71) Good(3) trk Nov 25 . Cd 59 .5kg(9) 1-3/4 len 6th Dawn Dawn(58kg) 1250m 1:13 .71 C’bury 3yo F (Bm70) Good(4) trk May 2 . 10. HArdly SurprISInG (C Maher) 3f By All Too Hard - Annamarie (8:1-4-1): (Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 54 .5kg(9) 6-1/2 len 8th Blue Morpho(54 .5kg) 1600m 1:36 .38 M’ville Laelia Stakes Good(4) trk April 7 . (Ran wide early stages .) Cd 56 .5kg(13) 6 len 10th Torvill(56 .5kg) 1630m 1:38 .02 D’ben Bracelet Good(4) trk April 28 .

Race 3

1100m

12.40

1. CHAuFFeur: SCrAtCHed 2. Curdled (G A Ryan) 3g By All Too Hard Custard (10:1-4-2): Cd 56 .5kg(4) 6-3/4 len 13th Pierata(57kg) 1400m 1:21 .02 Gold Coast 3yo Gneas Good(3) trk Jan 13 . 1-1/2 len 2nd Albumin 900m R’hill Barrier Trial Good(4) trk May 7 . 3. equAl BAlAnCe (Kurt Goldman) 3g By Hinchinbrook - Equivalence (8:3-1-1): (Poor post-race recovery .) Cd 58 .5kg(2) 3-1/4 len Last Pendeloque(52 .5kg) 1100m 1:02 .82 R’wick 3yo (Bm75) Good(4) trk Dec 30 . (Slowly away .) Cd 61kg(7) 1/2 nk win Makahu Boy, Mossman Gorge 1000m 58 .45 Wagga Hcp (C3) Soft(5) trk May 4 . 4. eASy eddIe (Joseph Pride) 3g By Super Easy (NZ) - Twin Town (GB) (8:32-0): (Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 57 .5kg(15) 3-1/4 len 8th Arancini(56 .5kg) 1200m 1:09 .52 W Farm 3yo+ E&G (Bm75) Good(4) trk Mar 28 . Cd 58kg(3) 1/2 len win Kanerupt, Red Zephyr 1250m 1:14C’bury 3yo+ E&G (Bm74) Good(4) trk May 2 .

5. epIdemIC (James Cummings) 3f By Lonhro - Mnemosyne (8:3-0-3): (Hampered at start . Checked in straight . Inquiry into performance .) Cd 54kg(4) sht 1/2 hd 2-1/4 len 3rd Bella Martini(54kg), Island Missile 1200m 1:10 .41 Gosford Gosf Gneas Good(3) trk Jan 18 . (Overraced middle stages .) Cd 54kg(6) nose win O’Rachael, Zonk 1100m 1:05 .17 R’hill 3yo+ F&M (Bm83) Good(4) trk May 5 . 6. leGAdemA (Brad Widdup) 3g By Star Witness - Leopard Skin (11:4-1-1): (Poor post-race recovery .) Cd 59 .5kg(2) 6-1/2 len Last Tarabai(56kg) 1200m 1:10 .10 W Farm 3yo (Bm70) Soft(5) trk Mar 7 . (Hung in in straight .) Cd 59kg(4) sht hd win Validate, Langoustine 1100m 1:03 .56 Wyong (Bm70) Good(4) trk April 12 . 7. GoldFInCH (R S Englebrecht) 3f By Written Tycoon - Blevola Miss (12:4-1-2): Cd 54kg(3) 1/2 hd win Epic Dan, Bonita 1000m 56 .69 Muswellbrook Open Hcp Good(3) trk April 20 . (Overraced early, middle stages .) Cd 57 .5kg(6) 1/2 nk lg hd 3rd Sedition(55kg), Fox Swift 1200m 1:11 .51 R’hill 3yo (Bm77) Good(4) trk May 5 . 8. SedItIon (Richard Litt) 3g By Exceed And Excel - Jerezana (8:2-3-1): Cd 55 .5kg(5) 1/2 len 2nd Warranty(57kg) 1100m 1:03 .16 Randwick-Kensington 3yo (Bm74) Good(4) trk April 18 . (Laid in in straight .) Cd 55kg(3) 1/2 nk win Fox Swift, Goldfinch 1200m 1:11 .51 R’hill 3yo (Bm77) Good(4) trk May 5 . 9. CHArlAyne (C J Waller) 3f By Sebring - Fools Gold (3:2-0-0): (Blocked for run on straightening .) Cd 54kg(5) 3-1/2 len 9th Houtzen(56kg) 1200m 1:08 .64 R’wick P J Bell Good(4) trk April 7 . 1-1/2 len 1-1/4 len 3rd Albumin, Curdled 900m R’hill Barrier Trial Good(4) trk May 7 . 10. AlBumIn (G A Ryan) 3g By Foxwedge - Dushanbe (12:2-2-1): (Inquiry into performance . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 58 .5kg(12) 7-1/4 len Last Arancini(56 .5kg) 1200m 1:09 .52 W Farm 3yo+ E&G (Bm75) Good(4) trk Mar 28 . 1-1/2 len win Curdled, Charlayne 900m R’hill Barrier Trial Good(4) trk May 7 . 11. Fox SwIFt (C Maher) 3f By Foxwedge - Runway Runaway (11:2-3-0): Cd 58kg(9) 1-3/4 len 5th Over Exposure(59 .5kg) 1200m 1:11 .26 M’ville 3yo (Bm70) Soft(6) trk April 14 . Cd 56kg(5) 1/2 nk 2nd Sedition(55kg) 1200m 1:11 .51 R’hill 3yo (Bm77) Good(4) trk May 5 .

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Sure And FASt cdw (4) G W Murray . . . . . . . Ms W Costin noIre twbhn (5) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Shinn new unIverSe tcdwh (16) C J Waller . . L Magorrian (a2) vICeroy wn (12) Luke Pepper . . . . . . . . . . . . J Mc Donald BelFlyer w (1) J D Shelton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Looker HAndFASt w (17) Richard Litt . . . . . . . . . . .A Hyeronimus dISSolute tdw (15) James Cummings . . . . Ms R King (a) teSSerA tw (3) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . Ms K O’Hara petroSSIAn w (18) P M Perry . . . . . . . . . . . SCrAtCHed powerlIne dw (14) K A Lees . . . . . . . . . . . . SCrAtCHed mAGIC AlIBI cdwh (9) G A Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Ford Bon AmIS twb (13) J C Deamer . . . . . . B Mc Dougall (a2) SAtIrICAl mAGIC wn (6) D L Mills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sweet SerendIpIty dw (19) J C Coyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mAnA dw (11) Joseph Pride . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . StAr reFleCtIon w (2) K A Lees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tHAAd dwhn (8) M, W & J Hawkes . . . . . . . . . . K Jennings mISSIle CodA w (7) P & P Snowden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . emerGenCy 19 2667s CHAuFFeur t (10) Brad Widdup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . noIre, Belflyer, dissolute, viceroy

12. vIllA CArlottA (K A Lees) 3f By Street Cry (IR) - Florentina (7:1-0-1): (Inquiry into performance . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 56 .5kg(3) 6-1/2 len 8th Chapelco(57kg) 1350m 1:20 .32 Beaumont Hcp (C2) Good(3) trk Sept 5 . (Slowly away . Overraced early, middle stages . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 58 .5kg(2) 5-1/4 len 4th Can’t Find Snippy(57kg) 1000m 56 .93 Kembla Grange Hcp (C2) Good(3) trk Feb 6 .

Race 4

1200m

1.15

1. dIA de reyeS (M J Dunn) 4g By Showcasing (GB) - Valicious (NZ) (15:24-1): (Pulled hard during race . Lame after race .) Cd 57kg(2) 3-1/4 len 7th Bracteate(59kg) 2000m 2:03 .85 D’ben (Bm75) Good(4) trk Nov 11 . sht hd 2-1/4 len 3rd Lord Marmaduke, Magstock 1000m Deagon Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 1 . 2. Coup de mAIn (D A Williams) 3g By Reward For Effort - Remarkable Girl (2:20-0): (Raced Greenly . Blundered near 200m .) Cd 58 .5kg(4) 3-1/4 len win Destiny Is Written, My Blue Jeans 1280m 1:16 .39 Orange Mdn Good(3) trk April 13 . (Shifted out concluding stages .) Cd 58 .5kg(4) nk win Bringagem, Wyendra 1200m 1:11 .87 Wagga Hcp (C1) Soft(5) trk May 4 . 3. BoCellI (Tash Burleigh) 4g By Shamardal (US) - Siren’s Song (IR) (3:20-0): (Slowly away .) Cd 56kg(5) 5-3/4 len 8th Kopi Luwak(56kg) 1400m 1:20 .98 Goulburn Champ Qual (C5) Good(3) trk Feb 24 . (Hung in near 200m . Rider dropped rein .) Cd 56 .5kg(8) 2-1/4 len win Prince Jacko, Will’s Bid 1200m 1:10 .81 Goulburn (Bm65) Good(3) trk Mar 26 . 4. StAr roCk (M J Dunn) 4g By Therock - Strarena’s Prize (NZ) (7:2-2-2): (Shifted out in straight .) Cd 55 .5kg(4) hd 1/2 nk 3rd Atouchmore(56 .5kg), Red Scarlet 1400m 1:23 .45 Gold Coast E&G Hcp (C4) Good(3) trk Jan 24 . len lg nk 3rd Don’tbabylon, Weston 1000m Murwillumbah Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 7 . 5. GAGoSIAn (Cody Morgan) 5g By Beneteau - Exhibit (18:2-3-1): (Carried wide middle stages .) Cd 57kg(6) 1-1/2 len 4th Penfold(54 .5kg) 1200m 1:10 .42 Tamworth Hcp (C2) Good(3) trk April 6 . Cd 56 .5kg(4) nk 2nd Washington George(54 .5kg) 1200m 1:10 .04 Tamworth Hcp (C2) Good(4) trk April 29 .

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6. rumBA queen (D A Williams) 4m By I Am Invincible - Fine Cuban (8:2-1-0): Cd 60 .5kg(5) hd 2nd Sintara(57 .5kg) 1200m 1:11 .27 Goulburn (Bm59) Good(4) trk April 22 . (Hampered near 400m .) Cd 58kg(9) 21-1/2 len 13th Levee Bank(62kg) 1400m 1:25 .03 Wagga F&M (Bm70) Soft(5) trk May 4 . 7. mArCo mAn (T P Donnelly) 5g By Sebring - Pride Of The Class (NZ) (14:2-22): (Slowly away . Hampered early stages . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 58 .5kg(7) 4-1/2 len 6th Superoo(60kg) 1200m 1:10 .09 Wagga (Bm61) Good(3) trk April 2 . (Shifted out in straight .) Cd 58kg(10) sht hd 2nd Hemmerle(59kg) 1300m 1:18 .19 Wagga (Bm62) Soft(5) trk May 4 . 8. kendAlmAn (W T Wilkes) 4g By Denman - Real Attraction (14:2-3-2): Cd 60kg(7) 3/4 len 5th Just Snooping(59kg) 1000m 58 .75 Taree (Bm55) Good(4) trk April 7 . (Jumped awkwardly .) Cd 56kg(6) 2-1/2 len 2nd She Knows(59kg) 1100m 1:03 .04 Hawkesbury Highway-C3 Good(4) trk April 28 . 9. SIntArA (G & K Gooch) 5g By Keano (NZ) - Salerity Star (29:2-4-5): (Jumped awkwardly . Wide throughout .) Cd 57 .5kg(4) hd win Rumba Queen, Midnight Mission 1200m 1:11 .27 Goulburn (Bm59) Good(4) trk April 22 . Cd 56 .5kg(7) 2-1/2 len 5th Our Revenue(53kg) 1200m 1:10 .45 Sapphire Coast Hcp (C3) Good(4) trk May 6 . 10. our roSemAree (T J Robinson) 4m By Bernardini (US) - Rosnaree (IR) (9:2-0-2): (Slowly away (2L) . Checked on straightening .) Cd 54kg(3) 1-1/4 len 4th And So It Goes(55kg) 1000m 56 .53 Hawkesbury Hcp (C2) Good(3) trk April 5 . (Slowly away . Shifted out in straight .) Cd 54kg(3) 3 len 4th She Knows(59kg) 1100m 1:03 .04 Hawkesbury Highway-C3 Good(4) trk April 28 . 11. BIte tHe medIA (D Wagstaff) 7m By Sharkbite - Rock The Media (53:2-11-11): (Hampered early stages .) Cd 51 .5kg(7) 2-1/2 len 1/2 nk 3rd She Knows(59kg), Kendalman 1100m 1:03 .04 Hawkesbury Highway-C3 Good(4) trk April 28 . Cd 54kg(3) 1-1/4 len 2nd Flim Flan Man(57kg) 1010m 59 .04 Coffs Harbour Hcp (C2) Soft(6) trk May 11 .

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sr Race 5

2000m

1.55

1. Etymology (James Cummings) 5g By New Approach (IR) - Weaver Of Words (GB) (21:2-4-5): Cd 59kg(3) 5 len win Image Neat, Sonnets 1650m 1:39.74 Moruya (C1) Sw Good(3) trk April 10. Cd 59kg(3) 1-1/2 len 2nd Goathland(57.5kg) 1800m 1:48.76 R’wick Anzac Day Cup Good(3) trk April 25. 2. Naval WarfarE (C J Waller) 4h By Born To Sea (IR) - Three Days In May (GB) (13:41-0): Cd 59.5kg(7) hd win Romanesque, Amerock 2100m 2:12.41 SandownLakeside (Bm78) Good(3) trk April 18. Cd 59kg(3) 3-3/4 len 4th Roman Son(58kg) 2100m 2:07.85 Hawkesbury 3yo+ (Bm84) Good(4) trk April 28. 3. romaN SoN (R A Freedman) 4g By Roman Emperor (NZ) - Miss Meliss (NZ) (12:5-1-0): (Blocked for run near 400m.) Cd 57.5kg(1) 4 len win Lovani, Mornington 1800m 1:51.14 R’hill 3yo+ (Bm79) Good(4) trk April 2. (Slowly away. Laid out in straight.) Cd 58kg(2) 2-1/4 len win Mazaz, Mandalay Bay 2100m 2:07.85 Hawkesbury 3yo+ (Bm84) Good(4) trk April 28. 4. araaja (C J Waller) 4m By Iffraaj (GB) - Roshanak (IR) (10:4-1-0): Cd 56kg(1) 3-1/2 len 4th Golden Legend(56kg) 1800m 1:54.75 Fr - Maisons-Laffitte De Terragon Soft trk Sept 20. Cd 57kg(1) 2 len 5th Goathland(57.5kg) 1800m 1:48.76 R’wick Anzac Day Cup Good(3) trk April 25. 5. thE gEtaWay (P M Perry) 4g By Zoffany (IR) - Centaure (NZ) (31:3-3-5): (Slowly away.) Cd 56.5kg(11) 1-3/4 len 4th Goathland(57.5kg) 1800m 1:48.76 R’wick Anzac Day Cup Good(3) trk April 25. Cd 54kg(4) 4-3/4 len 4th Life Less Ordinary(57.5kg) 2000m 2:03.97 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Soft(5) trk May 4. 6. oklahoma girl (C J Waller) 4m By Fastnet Rock - Shawnee Girl (18:3-1-5): (Eased early stages.) Cd 54kg(9) 3-3/4 len 6th The Pinnacle(54kg) 1900m 1:58.51 R’hill Epona Stakes Soft(7) trk Mar 24. Cd 54.5kg(9) 3-1/2 len 7th Goathland(57.5kg) 1800m 1:48.76 R’wick Anzac Day Cup Good(3) trk April 25. 7. multifacEtS (C J Waller) 5g By O’Reilly (NZ) - Swarovski (NZ) (37:5-34): Cd 58kg(6) 2-1/2 len 4th Bezel(53kg) 1550m 1:31.58 Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ (Bm82) Good(4) trk April 18. Cd 57kg(7) 7-3/4 len 7th Roman Son(58kg) 2100m 2:07.85 Hawkesbury 3yo+ (Bm84) Good(4) trk April 28. 8. Solo miSSioN (C J Waller) 4g By Sea The Stars (IR) - Lonely Ahead (US) (10:32-1): Cd 59.5kg(7) nose 2-1/4 len 3rd Tor(57kg), Dominating 2812m 3:14.95 G B - Musselburgh 3yo Hcp (90) Soft trk Sept 16. Cd 56kg(2) 1/2 nk win Bastia, All Too Huiying 1500m 1:31.02 R’hill 3yo+ (Bm80) Good(4) trk May 5. 9. DubaiiNStylE (C J Waller) 5g By Roc De Cambes (NZ) - Likeyourstyle (NZ) (24:3-6-2): (Checked early stages. Blocked for run near 400m.) Cd 58kg(8) 2 len hd 3rd Bezel(53kg), Seaway 1550m 1:31.58 Randwick-Kensington 3yo+ (Bm82) Good(4) trk April 18. (Overraced early, middle stages. Wide throughout. Vetted - no abnormalities.) Cd 54.5kg(8) 5-1/4 len Last Goathland(57.5kg) 1800m 1:48.76 R’wick Anzac Day Cup Good(3) trk April 25. 10. SofiN (S D Fry) 7m By Casino Prince Tomescu (52:9-6-7): Cd 59.5kg(6) nk 1/2 nk 3rd Dixie Lad(54kg), Chalcedony 1614m 1:40.47 Taree Open Heavy(8) trk April 23. (Laid in in straight. Eased near 200m.) Cd 53kg(4) 8-1/4 len 8th Our Century(54kg) 2000m 2:04.08 R’hill Lord Mayors Cup Good(4) trk May 5. 11. Spooky Wooky (M, W & J Hawkes) 5g By High Chaparral (IR) - Sunday’s Choice (7:2-1-2): (Passed fit at barrier. Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.) Cd 54kg(6) 8-1/2 len 6th Lovani(58.5kg) 2000m 2:01Hawkesbury 3yo+ (Bm79) Good(3) trk April 17. (Slowly away.) Cd 55.5kg(2) sht 1/2 hd nk 3rd Joe’s Joy(50kg), Base Camp 1900m 1:59.36 C’bury 3yo+ (Bm75) Good(4) trk May 2.

Race 6

1100m

2.35

1. TOp STRIkER (10) 61 G D Hickman (Warwick Farm) 6 b g high Chaparral (ir) – honi. red, yellow diagonal stripes, dark blue sleeves Career record 28:6-3-5 Wins 1000 (2) 1200 (2) 1300 (1) 1350 (1) prizemoney $230,255 9TH, 17Mar18 3.3l rosehill (g 3) schweppes Maurice McCarten 1100m 53 (J Ford 11) 12, lim 53, 1:03.41 ((race record) last 600m 34.45), good(4), dothraki 59 1, sprightly lass 53 2, new Universe 53 3, Btg $41.00, $51.00, $31.00 last to turn. hampered early stages. LAST, 02apr18 4.2l rosehill Bm83 1300m 60 (J Ford 1) 10, lim 53, 1:18.18 (last 600m 34.19), good(4), dissolute 58 1, sexy eyes 53 2, Mapmaker 55.5 3, Btg $13.00, $15.00 3rd to turn. laid out near 200m.

2. EvER SO NATURAL (4) 60 T J Bartley (Wyong) 6 b g Zizou – solysombra. red, dark blue crossed sashes and armbands, white cap Career record 30:6-5-6 Wins 1005 (1) 1100 (2) 1200 (1) 1208 (1) 1312 (1) prizemoney $218,965 WON, 18apr18 sht nck, 0.5l randwickKensington 4yo and UP Bm74 1100m 56.5 (Chris C Williams 9) 9, lim 53, 1:03.61 (last 600m 34.03), good(4), Zafina 57 2, Palladian 56 3, realise Potential 60.5 4, Btg $15.00, $21.00 6th to 800m, 5th turn. Passed fit at barrier. 2ND, 09May18 1.3l, 1.5l Warwick Farm Bm78 1100m 56.5 (Chris C Williams 3) 13, lim 53, 1:03.59 (last 600m 34.49), good(3), revenire 57 1, hammond lane 57 3, rockafella 56 4, Btg $11.00, $10.00, $11.00 4th to turn. Blocked for run near turn.

3. MANOLO BLAHNIq (3) 59.5 A W Noonan (Mornington) 4 b g Jimmy Choux (nZ) – Floramour. red and white diamonds, gold and blue hooped sleeves, red cap Career record 18:2-2-1 Wins 1200 (1) 1400 (1) prizemoney $183,309 WON, 03Feb18 2.8l, hd Caulfield Bm84 1400m 54 (B allen 5) 11, lim 54, 1:21.73 (last 600m 35.18), good(3), glenrowan Prince 59 2, Chippenham 52.5 3, King’s Command 55 4, Btg $5.50, $6.00, $4.60 8th to 800m, 7th turn. Jumped awkwardly. 6TH, 17Feb18 1.7l Flemington open 1400m 54 (B allen 12) 15, lim 54, 1:21.97 (last 600m 33.83), good(3), Coldstone 52 1, radipole 57 2, Kingsguard 54 3, Btg $3.50, $3.00 (fav). 11th settling, 9th turn. Jumped awkwardly.

4. vIRGILIO (6) 59.5 k J parker (kembla Grange) 4 b g snippetson – Witches hat. red, black diamond, yellow sleeves, black armbands and cap Career record 23:4-3-3 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (2) 1300 (1) prizemoney $143,845 4TH, 18apr18 2.5l randwick-Kensington Bm80 1300m 59.5 (J r Collett 4) 11, lim 53, 1:16.35 (last 600m 34.21), good(4), Thaad 57 1, Bravissimo 55 2, schubert 55.5 3, Btg $9.00, $7.50 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. Blocked for run near 400m. 4TH, 05May18 4.9l rosehill Bm86 1200m 54.5 (B Mc dougall 8) 8, lim 53, 1:10.82 (last 600m 34.87), good(4), Crafty Cop 58 1, Bon amis 57 2, Mana 57 3, Btg $21.00 7th to turn.

5. CURDLED (2) 58.5 G A Ryan (Rosehill) 3 ch g all Too hard – Custard. red, yellow seams and cap Career record 10:1-4-2 Wins 1350 (1) prizemoney $114,325 9TH, 30dec17 5.3l doomben (g 3) Magic Millions Vo rogue Plate 1350m 57 (r Fradd 6) 16, set weights, 1:18.76 (last 600m 35.15), good(4), Pierata 57 1, dinnigan 55 2, goodfella 57 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00 8th settling, 9th 800m, 12th turn. eased near 1200m. Blocked for run on straightening. 13TH, 13Jan18 6.7l gold Coast (Metro) 3yo open 1400m 56.5 (J Byrne 4) 16, set wts with pen, 1:21.02 (last 600m 35.07), good(3), Pierata 57 1, goodfella 56.5 2, Calculated 56 3, Btg $51.00, $101.00 6th settling, 8th 800m, last turn.

6. ORIENTAL RUNNER (7) 58.5 G D Neale (Warwick Farm) 4 ch g hussonet (Us) – loose Caboose. sky blue, dark blue and white checked band and armbands, checked cap Career record 7:3-1-0 Wins 920 (1) 1200 (1) 1250 (1) prizemoney $68,620 WON, 21Feb18 0.5l, 1/2 nck Canterbury Bm74 1250m 56.5 (B avdulla 3) 7, lim 53.5, 1:14.19 (last 600m 36.12), soft(6), irithea 56 2, dancers 55 3, dream i Can 55.5 4, Btg $2.90, $2.80, $2.90 (fav). led throughout. WON, 07Mar18 nck, 1l Warwick Farm , C,h&g’s Bm75 1200m 56 (Jean Van overmeire 2) 9, lim 53, 1:10.46 (last 600m 34.23), soft(5), Bravissimo 55.5 2, Crafty Tycoon 57 3, groundbreak 58 4, Btg $3.50, $3.80, $3.50 2nd to turn.

7. EBENOS (11) 57 Ms k Gavenlock (Gosford) 4 b g i am invincible – Pure ebony. royal blue, red lightning bolt and hooped sleeves, red cap, royal blue lightning bolt Career record 15:2-4-1 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (1) prizemoney $165,910 10TH, 09sep17 4.1l rosehill Bm84 1400m 56 (K Mc evoy 9) 14, lim 53, 1:22.55 ((class record) last 600m 35.21), good(3), Wayanka 55 1, interlocuter 57.5 2, oklahoma girl 60 3, Btg $7.00, $9.00 8th to turn. 13TH, 07oct17 5.3l randwick Bm80 1200m 57.5 (B shinn 9) 15, lim 53, 1:09.67 (last 600m 35), good(3), Chalk 50 1, redouble 55.5 2, Firsthand 59.5 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00, $41.00 13th throughout. slowly away.

8. INvINCIBLE GEORGE (12) 57 Ms k Gavenlock (Gosford) 5 b g i am invincible – irish loup. light blue, black quarters, white sleeves, light blue and black checked armbands and quartered cap Career record 12:4-2-1 Wins 1100 (2) 1150 (1) 1300 (1) prizemoney $91,230 7TH, 13Jan18 5.5l randwick Bm78 1400m 58.5 (C g o’Brien 8) 9, lim 53, 1:22.80 (last 600m 34.27), good(3), sugar Bella 56 1, aquatic 53 2, ghostly 57.5 3, Btg $13.00, $21.00 8th to turn. Jumped awkwardly. 9TH, 03Feb18 4.8l rosehill Bm82 1500m 56 (T Clark 8) 10, lim 53, 1:31.08 ((class record) last 600m 35.81), soft(5), Bye see 54 1, Travancore 53 2, ready For success 54.5 3, Btg $17.00, $21.00, $11.00 9th throughout. slowly away.

9. ROSE OF MAN (8) 56 T J Robinson (Shoalhaven Heads) 6 b m denman – rosnaree (ir). royal blue, sky blue and white stars, stars sleeves, royal blue and sky blue star cap Career record 38:7-6-5 Wins 900 (1) 1000 (3) 1010 (1) 1100 (2) prizemoney $240,187 6TH, 25apr18 1.2l randwick Bm78 1000m 57 (B shinn 7) 11, lim 53, 56.48s (last 600m 33.07), good(3), ozark 60.5 1, Malahat 59.5 2, nicof 54.5 3, Btg $10.00, $16.00 7th to turn. 5TH, 09May18 3.1l Warwick Farm Bm78 1100m 57 (B shinn 8) 13, lim 53, 1:03.59 (last 600m 34.49), good(3), revenire 57 1, ever so natural 56.5 2, hammond lane 57 3, Btg $10.00, $7.50, $8.50 11th to turn. hampered near 600m.

10. ALBUMIN (1) 55.5 G A Ryan (Rosehill) 3 br/gr g Foxwedge – dushanbe. cerise, white cap Career record 12:2-2-1 Wins 1100 (2) prizemoney $108,700 9TH, 11Mar18 4.7l Canberra (lr) Canberra guineas 1400m 56 (d oliver 8) 12, set wts with pen, 1:22.01 (last 600m 34.84), good(3), assimilate 57 1, Primitivo 56 2, Waimea Bay 54 3, Btg $7.00, $6.50 2nd to turn. stewards queried run. LAST, 28Mar18 7.1l Warwick Farm , C,h&g’s Bm75 1200m 58.5 (K Mc evoy 12) 15, lim 53, 1:09.52 (last 600m 35.06), good(4), arancini 56.5 1, Thaad 58.5 2, art of excellence 57.5 3, Btg $4.20, $4.00 (fav). 10th settling, 11th turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.

11. TIME OUT OF MIND (9) 53.5 k A Lees (Newcastle) 4 b g dream ahead (Us) – schiaparelli. lilac and white halves, black cap Career record 14:3-1-1 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (1) 1200 (1) prizemoney $70,380 4TH, 09apr18 4l scone Cls 3 1100m 58.5 (a Bullock 8) 9, lim 54, 1:03.06 (last 600m 34.10), good(3), Paris For Me 57.5 1, elle’s nel 52.5 2, Call Me Brad 56 3, Btg $6.00, $6.50, $5.50 8th to turn.

WON, 04May18 lng hd, 0.5l Muswellbrook Cls 3 1000m 57.5 (a Bullock 8) 8, lim 54, 58.38s (last 600m 34.18), good(3), smooth Tycoon 60 2, The Wasp 59 3, lady evelyn 56.5 4, Btg $4.20, $5.50 6th to turn.

12. pARIS FOR ME (5) 53 B A partelle (Wyong) 4 b m Foxwedge – Claystone. black, gold vee, striped sleeves and quartered cap Career record 20:4-4-1 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (1) 1200 (2) prizemoney $107,915 WON, 09apr18 1.5l, 1l scone Cls 3 1100m 57.5 (C lever 3) 9, lim 54, 1:03.06 (last 600m 34.10), good(3), elle’s nel 52.5 2, Call Me Brad 56 3, Time out of Mind 58.5 4, Btg $4.60, $3.50 (fav). 5th to 800m, 4th turn. saddle slipped. 8TH, 28apr18 6.3l newcastle F&M’s Bm72 1400m 56.5 (Chris C Williams 9) 12, lim 54, 1:24.46 (last 600m 35.08), soft(5), organza 56 1, longchamp lass 54.5 2, Play 55.5 3, Btg $4.60, $2.90 (fav). 5th settling, 2nd turn. Pulled hard during race. Weakened noticeably.

Race 7

1500m

3.15

1. TOUGHERTHANTHEREST (8) 61 C J Waller (Rosehill) 4 b g street Boss (Us) – de Prima Ballerina (nZ). orange, black diamonds and cap Career record 12:6-1-4 Wins 1000 (2) 1200 (1) 1206 (1) 1350 (1) 1400 (1) prizemoney $214,515 WON, 11Mar18 sht hd, 1/2 nck Canberra (lr) national sprint 1400m 54 (M a Cahill 10) 14, lim 54, 1:21.70 (last 600m 34.06), good(4), Coolring 54 2, snippets land 56 3, Bring a secret 54 4, Btg $21.00, $31.00, $26.00 3rd to 800m, 4th turn. WON, 05May18 sht nck, 1.3l rosehill Bm94 1350m 57 (l Magorrian 1) 8, lim 54, 1:20.68 ((class record) last 600m 35.50), good(4), special Missile 56 2, serene Miss 56 3, sir Bacchus 58 4, Btg $13.00, $21.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. laid in near 200m.

2. FAROLITOS (2) 59 James Cummings (Agnes Banks) 6 b g Medaglia d’oro (Us) – Chandelier. royal blue Career record 19:5-3-4 Wins 1200 (1) 1500 (1) 1600 (3) prizemoney $278,265 WON, 09Jul16 1.3l, 2.5l randwick Bm92 1600m 58.5 (J Bowman 4) 8, lim 54, 1:41.21 ((class record) last 600m 36.97), heavy(9), Zayam 54.5 2, himalaya dream 57 3, Magical stance 54.5 4, Btg $3.80, $4.20, $3.50 5th to turn. 6TH, 27Jan18 6.4l sunshine Coast (Metro) (lr) BMW sunshine Coast Cup 1400m 54 (J lloyd 14) 18, lim 54, 1:22.43 (last 600m 35.58), good(4), Most important 59.5 1, Bidii Babe 54 2, Weinholt 54 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00, $12.00 9th settling, 12th 800m, 11th turn. 4 Wide.

3. SpECIAL MISSILE (4) 58.5 John Thompson (Randwick) 4 b/br g smart Missile – Quiet Meadow (Us). purple, emerald green sash and armbands, quartered cap Career record 15:5-3-2 Wins 1300 (1) 1500 (3) 1550 (1) prizemoney $252,950 4TH, 21apr18 1.9l randwick Bm99 1400m 55.5 (d oliver 9) 14, lim 53, 1:21.21 ((class record) last 600m 33.84), good(3), Tribal Wisdom 53 1, osborne Bulls 58 2, savapinski 59 3, Btg $8.50, $9.00, $7.00 4th throughout. 2ND, 05May18 sht nck, 1.3l rosehill Bm94 1350m 56 (B Mc dougall 4) 8, lim 54, 1:20.68 ((class record) last 600m 35.50), good(4), Tougherthantherest 57 1, serene Miss 56 3, sir Bacchus 58 4, Btg $4.20, $4.60, $3.50 led settling, 2nd turn.

4. SIR BACCHUS (1) 57.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 5 ch/gr g sebring – Bacchanal Woman. white, green crossed sashes, red sleeves and cap Career record 21:6-2-0 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (5) prizemoney $409,875 13TH, 21apr18 8.5l randwick Bm99 1400m 56 (J Ford 11) 14, lim 53, 1:21.21 ((class record) last 600m 33.84), good(3), Tribal Wisdom 53 1, osborne Bulls 58 2, savapinski 59 3, Btg $21.00, $51.00 last settling, 13th turn. hampered at start. Checked near 600m. Vetted - no abnormalities. 4TH, 05May18 1.9l rosehill Bm94 1350m 58 (J Ford 5) 8, lim 54, 1:20.68 ((class record) last 600m 35.50), good(4), Tougherthantherest 57 1, special Missile 56 2, serene Miss 56 3, Btg $26.00, $41.00 last to turn. Jumped awkwardly. overraced early, middle stages.

5. pASSAGE OF TIME (11) 57 Joseph pride (Warwick Farm) 4 ch h northern Meteor – Crystal gauntlet. red, black stripes Career record 11:4-2-1 Wins 1200 (2) 1250 (1) 1400 (1) prizemoney $189,540 8TH, 28apr18 4.5l hawkesbury (Metro) (lr) hawkesbury XXXX gold rush 1100m 53.5 inc 0.5 over (T Clark 7) 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 $6.00, $7.00, $6.00 9th settling, 8th turn. 4TH, 12May18 2.5l scone (Metro) (lr) Yarraman Park luskin star stks 1300m 53 (B Mc dougall 1) 11, lim 53, 1:17 (last 600m 34.58), good(4), osborne Bulls 53 1, red excitement 56.5 2, invincible gem 54.5 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00 5th to 800m, 2nd turn. Caused interference. rider charged with careless riding.

6. COLLATERAL (13) 56.5 Bjorn Baker (Warwick Farm) 6 b g excellent art (gB) – Thrilladilla. black, white checks, red sleeves, black and white checked armbands, checked cap Career record 30:8-2-5 Wins 1600 (1) 1666 (1) 1700 (1) 1800 (2) 1900 (1) 2000 (1) 2400 (1) prizemoney $285,850 LAST, 18nov17 11.1l rosehill Bm85 2000m 60.5 (a adkins 1) 10, lim 53, 2:02.36 (last 600m 36.50), good(3), lord Kingsley 53 1, imperial aviator 58.5 2, Carzoff 58.5 3, Btg $9.00, $8.50, $11.00 5th to turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted no abnormalities. LAST, 21apr18 12.6l randwick Bm99 1400m 54.5 (C W Brown 12) 14, lim 53, 1:21.21 ((class record) last 600m 33.84), good(3), Tribal Wisdom 53 1, osborne Bulls 58 2, savapinski 59 3, Btg $41.00, $71.00 11th settling, 12th turn.

7. Up ‘N’ ROLLING (3) 56.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 5 b g Castledale (ir) – elianto (nZ). navy, red band, checked cap Career record 15:4-5-2 Wins 1500 (1) 1550 (1) 1600 (1) 2000 (1) prizemoney $220,071 7TH, 31Mar18 3.4l rosehill Bm93 1400m 55 (J r Collett 11) 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 $10.00, $13.00, $10.00 5th settling, 6th turn. WON, 28apr18 1.3l, 1.5l hawkesbury (Metro) Bm84 1500m 59.5 (T angland 6) 10, lim 53, 1:29.33 (last 600m 35.73), good(4), hallelujah Boy 57 2, hunter Jack 54.5 3, Bezel 54.5 4, Btg $4.20, $4.60, $4.20 (fav). 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. overraced early stages.

8. vELADERO (7) 56 C J Waller (Warwick Farm) 4 br g Medaglia d’oro (Us) – stacked. purple, white stars and cap Career record 21:4-1-4 Wins 1400 (2) 1600 (1) 1800 (1) prizemoney $322,405 WON, 11apr18 0.8l, lng hd Warwick Farm Bm83 1400m 60 (J Bowman 1) 14, lim 53, 1:22.77 (last 600m 35.49), good(3), Peacock 60 2, nat King Cu 58.5 3, Mariquita 53 4, Btg $8.50, $12.00, $10.00 9th to 800m, 4th turn. LAST, 05May18 5.5l rosehill Bm94 1350m 56.5 (r hutchings 3) 8, lim 54, 1:20.68 ((class record) last 600m 35.50), good(4), Tougherthantherest 57 1, special Missile 56 2, serene Miss 56 3, Btg $9.00, $12.00 5th to turn.

9. kING DARCI (5) 55.5 T R Martin (Rosehill) 5 b g darci Brahma (nZ) – la serenade. white, black ir, black and red hooped sleeves, black cap Career record 26:5-6-3 Wins 1300 (1) 1400 (3) 1500 (1) prizemoney $313,170 6TH, 17Feb18 3.9l randwick Bm86 1600m 59 (l Magorrian 6) 8, lim 53, 1:36.44 ((class record) last 600m 36.62), good(4), Quick defence 54.5 1, Malaise 59 2, The Pinnacle 55 3, Btg $6.50, $9.00 led to turn. 10TH, 28apr18 4l hawkesbury (Metro) Bm85 1300m 59 (B Mc dougall 7) 11, lim 53, 1:15.52 (last 600m 35.12), good(4), siren’s Fury 54.5 1, stonebrook 59 2, Philosophy 57.5 3, Btg $13.00, $17.00, $16.00 3rd to turn. Wide throughout.

10. OUR GRAvANO (10) 54.5 k A Lees (Newcastle) 5 b g roc de Cambes (nZ) – sunshine Park (nZ). orange, black maltese cross, orange cap, black pom pom Career record 21:5-0-2 Wins 1200 (1) 1500 (1) 1600 (2) 2100 (1) prizemoney $77,100 7TH, 07Jan18 2.8l awapuni (lr) Marton Cup 2100m 56 (s T Collett 7) 11, lim 53, 2:09.63 , dead(5), seraphim 53 1, itsallbelt 58 2, leading role 53 3, Btg $4.80 5th settling, 4th 1200m, last 800m, 7th turn. Blocked for run concluding stages. 8TH, 26Jan18 10.8l Pukekohe Park open 1600m 57 (M r du Plessis 4) 9, lim 54, 1:33.70 , good(3), Brighton 55 1, The Justice league 59.5 2, nicoletta 54 3, Btg $8.00 4th settling, 5th 800m, 8th turn.

11. HETTy HEIGHTS (9) 54 Ms k Waugh (Wyong) 6 ch m Written Tycoon – Bonny heights. red, royal blue and gold sash, gold cap Career record 27:5-1-6 Wins 1100 (1) 1150 (1) 1200 (1) 1350 (2) prizemoney $244,285 10TH, 14apr18 4l randwick (g 2) sapphire stakes 1200m 54 (a adkins 10) 16, set wts with pen, 1:09.38 (last 600m 34.96), good(4), Quilista 55 1, ravi 55 2, White Moss 55 3, Btg $51.00, $71.00 13th to turn. 10TH, 28apr18 4.6l hawkesbury (Metro) (g 3) godolphin Crown 1300m 56 (Jean Van overmeire 3) 13, set wts with pen, 1:16 (last 600m 34.81), good(4), Pecans 58 1, ghisoni 59 2, invincibella 56 3, Btg $26.00, $31.00 last to 800m, 11th turn. Jumped awkwardly.

12. DAGNy (6) 53.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 5 b m darci Brahma (nZ) – one Perfect day (nZ). royal blue, red vee Career record 22:5-3-4 Wins 1200 (2) 1250 (1) 1400 (1) 1800 (1) prizemoney $273,125 4TH, 24Feb18 1.1l rosehill Bm89 1350m 56.5 (B avdulla 4) 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 $5.50, $7.00, $6.00 7th to turn. Jumped awkwardly. 8TH, 28apr18 3.7l hawkesbury (Metro) Bm85 1300m 58.5 (T angland 10) 11, lim 53, 1:15.52 (last 600m 35.12), good(4), siren’s Fury 54.5 1, stonebrook 59 2, Philosophy 57.5 3, Btg $9.00, $11.00 9th settling, 7th 800m, 8th turn. slowly away. eased near 600m. Blocked for run in straight.

13. HUNTER JACk (12) 53 T R Martin (Rosehill) 8 b/br g stratum – Takeiteasyedye (Us). yellow, green chevrons, striped cap Career record 45:5-8-5 Wins 1250 (1) 1400 (1) 1440 (1) 1500 (1) 1900 (1) prizemoney $430,470 6TH, 03Feb18 6.2l rosehill Bm81 2000m 58.5 (a hyeronimus 2) 12, lim 53, 2:04.64 ((class record) last 600m 36.71), soft(5), high opinion 55.5 1, gamblestown 58 2, More energy 58.5 3, Btg $7.50, $8.00, $5.00 3rd settling, led turn. laid in in straight. Vetted - no abnormalities. 3RD, 28apr18 1.3l, 1.5l hawkesbury (Metro) Bm84 1500m 54.5 (B Mc dougall 9) 10, lim 53, 1:29.33 (last 600m 35.73), good(4), Up ‘n’ rolling 59.5 1, hallelujah Boy 57 2, Bezel 54.5 4, Btg $8.00, $12.00 3rd settling, 2nd turn.

Race 8

1400m

3.55

1. MEDAILLE (3) 62 James Cummings (Agnes Banks) 4 b m Medaglia d’oro (Us) – indiscretions. royal blue Career record 18:4-3-3 Wins 1400 (2) 1550 (1) 1600 (1) prizemoney $190,040

LAST, 20Jan18 8.1l randwick Bm85 1600m 57.5 (T Clark 2) 6, lim 53, 1:35.36 (last 600m 34.93), good(3), Cellarman 58.5 1, new Universe 60.5 2, get on The grange 57.5 3, Btg $2.50, $2.90 (fav). 2nd settling, led to turn. rider - didn’t handle going. Poor post-race recovery. 6TH, 05May18 5.7l rosehill Bm86 1200m 57 (T angland 5) 8, lim 53, 1:10.82 (last 600m 34.87), good(4), Crafty Cop 58 1, Bon amis 57 2, Mana 57 3, Btg $9.00, $21.00 2nd settling, 3rd turn.

2. OUR BELISA (1) 61 John Thompson (Randwick) 4 b/br m lope de Vega (ir) – saltator. navy blue and white hoops, white sleeves, red cap Career record 17:4-3-2 Wins 1400 (1) 1600 (3) prizemoney $152,875 2ND, 25nov17 2.5l, 1l rosehill Bm83 1500m 57.5 (T angland 2) 11, lim 53, 1:29.58 (last 600m 33.59), good(3), dreamforce 57 1, istria 56.5 3, after all That 56.5 4, Btg $5.00, $5.50 2nd throughout. 5TH, 28dec17 3.9l gosford (g 3) gosford rsl Belle of The Turf 1600m 54 (B Mc dougall 4) 8, lim 54, 1:36.30 (last 600m 36.16), good(3), Pecans 54 1, sedanzer 59 2, Positive Problems 55 3, Btg $8.50, $12.00 5th to 1200m, 3rd to turn. Wide throughout. hampered near 1400m.

3. pRINCESS pOSH (2) 61 k A Lees (Newcastle) 4 b m Canford Cliffs (ir) – The Baroness. royal blue, white horseshoe, black and white checked sleeves and cap Career record 14:4-2-3 Wins 1150 (2) 1300 (1) 1400 (1) prizemoney $187,120 WON, 31Mar18 0.5l, 0.8l newcastle Cls 5 1400m 54 (J Penza 15) 16, set weights, 1:22.95 (last 600m 35.33), good(4), Bon amis 57.5 2, Kool Vinnie 57.5 3, Waimea Bay 54 4, Btg $9.00, $12.00 9th to 800m, 3rd turn. LAST, 14apr18 10.5l randwick open 1400m 54 (d oliver 5) 15, set weights, 1:21.80 ((race record) last 600m 35.10), good(4), serene Miss 55.5 1, newsfan 54 2, Plaisir 56 3, Btg $11.00, $8.00 9th to turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.

4. I AM SERIOUS (13) 59.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 4 ch m Choisir – But i’m serious. red, yellow armbands, black cap Career record 8:5-1-1 Wins 1200 (1) 1250 (1) 1280 (1) 1500 (1) 1550 (1) prizemoney $158,345 WON, 28oct17 0.8l, 1l randwick , F&M’s Bm84 1500m 54.5 (g schofield 3) 9, lim 53, 1:29.84 ((class record) last 600m 36.23), soft(6), Just dreaming 58 2, dagny 58 3, awoke 56.5 4, Btg $2.35, $2.60 (fav). 4th to turn. 7TH, 05May18 6l rosehill Bm86 1200m 54.5 (J Ford 1) 8, lim 53, 1:10.82 (last 600m 34.87), good(4), Crafty Cop 58 1, Bon amis 57 2, Mana 57 3, Btg $4.20, $3.80 4th to turn. stewards queried run.

5. MISS BALLANTINE (4) 59 C J Waller (Rosehill) 4 b m redoute’s Choice – glendelvine. lime, dark green shamrock, black and white checked sleeves and cap Career record 19:4-3-2 Wins 1300 (1) 1400 (2) 1550 (1) prizemoney $192,820 WON, 14Feb18 sht hd, 2l Warwick Farm Bm78 1400m 56 (T Clark 6) 9, lim 53, 1:22.81 (last 600m 34.58), good(3), Witches 55 2, ghostly 59.5 3, Mahalangur 53.5 inc 0.5 over 4, Btg $10.00, $21.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. 6TH, 05May18 4l rosehill , F&M’s Bm83 1100m 57.5 (J r Collett 3) 7, lim 53, 1:05.17 ((class record) last 600m 34.16), good(4), epidemic 54 1, o’rachael 57.5 2, Zonk 54 3, Btg $12.00, $13.00, $12.00 4th settling, 5th 800m, 6th turn. hampered early stages. eased near 600m. hampered near 200m.

6. AWOkE (9) 57 C J Waller (Rosehill) 4 b m rip Van Winkle (ir) – Viviane (nZ). brown, white epaulettes Career record 16:3-2-1 Wins 1150 (1) 1250 (1) 1400 (1) prizemoney $164,130 5TH, 18apr18 2.6l randwick-Kensington Bm80 1300m 55.5 (B avdulla 8) 11, lim 53, 1:16.35 (last 600m 34.21), good(4), Thaad 57 1, Bravissimo 55 2, schubert 55.5 3, Btg $8.00, $13.00 10th to turn. inquiry into performance. LAST, 05May18 5.8l rosehill Bm80 1500m 55.5 (B avdulla 7) 10, lim 53, 1:31.02 (last 600m 35.51), good(4), solo Mission 56 1, Bastia 56.5 2, all Too huiying 59.5 3, Btg $5.50, $4.60 (fav). 6th settling, 7th 800m, 8th turn. slowly away.

7. HAy NOW (6) 56 Matthew Dale (Canberra) 5 bl/br m Bradbury’s luck – dyneclipse. purple, lime chevrons, purple sleeves with lime chevrons, quartered cap Career record 14:4-6-1 Wins 1200 (2) 1400 (1) 1500 (1) prizemoney $107,655 4TH, 15apr18 1.3l Wagga open 1200m 54.5 (Ms K nisbet 13) 13, lim 54, 1:11.07 (last 600m 35.31), good(3), Takookacod 54 1, Kanerupt 54 2, Clipper 54.5 3, Btg $6.50, $16.00 last to turn. 2ND, 04May18 0.8l, lng nck Wagga F&M’s Bm70 1400m 60.5 (a Kajiya 12) 14, lim 54, 1:25.03 (last 600m 37.25), soft(5), levee Bank 62 1, Purrpussful 58 3, Makfi lass 56 4, Btg $8.50, $8.00, $10.00 13th to 800m, 5th turn. hung in in straight.

8. LA CHICA BELLA (11) 55 Joseph pride (Warwick Farm) 4 b m host (Ch) – alazeya. light blue, white vee, royal blue sleeves, light blue armbands, quartered cap Career record 8:3-1-1 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (1) 1600 (1) prizemoney $67,600 6TH, 15dec17 4.5l Canterbury-n Bm73 1250m 56.5 (C W Brown 7) 9, lim 53, 1:12.66 (last 600m 35.50), good(4), Brave song 56.5 1, Pianissimo 58.5 2, Chief in Command 59.5 3, Btg $4.60, $4.20, $4.60 led to turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities. 11TH, 09May18 3l Warwick Farm Bm78 1300m 54 (C W Brown 14) 16, lim 53, 1:16.55 (last 600m 35.11), good(3), schubert 57 1, Beacon 58 2, Fierce impact 57 3, Btg $15.00, $21.00, $17.00 2nd to turn. Wide throughout. eased concluding stages.

9. MADDISON AvENUE (10) 55 M C Conners (Warwick Farm) 4 ch m Manhattan rain – sunburnt Park. yellow, purple epaulettes, striped sleeves, quartered cap Career record 16:4-3-3 Wins 1300 (2) 1400 (1) 1600 (1) prizemoney $134,330 WON, 20Jan18 0.8l, 0.5l randwick , F&M’s Bm80 1600m 53 (Ms J Taylor 5) 10, lim 53, 1:35.15 ((class record) last 600m 36.69), good(3), Bye see 56 2, siren’s Fury 58.5 3, heavenly anna 60 4, Btg $17.00, $31.00 2nd to turn. LAST, 28apr18 9.3l hawkesbury (Metro) (g 3) godolphin Crown 1300m 56 (Ms J Taylor 6) 13, set wts with pen, 1:16 (last 600m 34.81), good(4), Pecans 58 1, ghisoni 59 2, invincibella 56 3, Btg $41.00, $101.00 4th to 800m, last turn.

10. ANNANDALE LASS (7) 53 Dean Jackson (Cessnock) 7 b m akhadan – Beema Chick. royal blue, yellow checked band, checked sleeves, star cap Career record 77:12-9-7 Wins 1100 (1) 1111 (1) 1200 (3) 1255 (1) 1257 (1) 1280 (2) 1300 (1) 1350 (1) 1450 (1) prizemoney $223,395 LAST, 27apr18 9.9l Coffs harbour open 1200m 57.5 (Ms r Murray 5) 14, lim 54, 1:13.50 (last 600m 37.40), soft(7), super Tonic 54 1, Flaming aces 56.5 2, Youwaitandsee 54 3, Btg $26.00, $51.00 7th to 800m, 11th turn. 8TH, 11May18 7.6l scone (Metro) Bm85 1400m 56.5 (J Parr 15) 16, lim 53, 1:22.19 (last 600m 35.16), good(4), after all That 60.5 1, Unbiased 54.5 2, My Tagoson 54.5 3, Btg $101.00, $151.00 4th settling, 2nd 800m, led turn.

11. LATITUDE (5) 53 R N Godbolt (port Macquarie) 5 b m Casino Prince – acupuncture (nZ). tartan, gold braces, dark blue sleeves, gold cap Career record 21:4-6-4 Wins 1000 (1) 1206 (1) 1410 (1) 1412 (1) prizemoney $80,840 WON, 16apr18 1.5l, 1.3l grafton Cls 2 1410m 57.5 (g Colless 1) 7, lim 54, 1:23.78 (last 600m 34.09), good(4), Camillo 59 2, nothingforthepress 57 3, Favoured grace 54 4, Btg $4.20, $6.50 led throughout. WON, 01May18 2.3l, 4.3l Taree Cls 3 1412m 58.5 (Ms B hodder 7) 7, lim 54, 1:27.69 (last 600m 36.48), heavy(9), Tilbury lodge 54 2, Belridge 59.5 3, lady Montoya 56 4, Btg $2.10, $2.00 (fav). led throughout.

12. DIDNT EvEN kISS ME (12) 53 S Spackman (Wagga Wagga) 4 gr m Murtajill – homerette (Us). black and cerise diagonal stripes, white sleeves, cerise cap Career record 22:5-2-2 Wins 1400 (5) prizemoney $88,750 3RD, 14apr18 sht hd, 2.3l holbrook open 1400m 54 (Wendy Peel 9) 12, lim 54, 1:24.11 (last 600m 38.81), good(4), Tableaux 61 1, Pieceofeight 58.5 2, shy Frank 57 4, Btg $3.50 (fav). . 8TH, 04May18 9l Wagga F&M’s Bm70 1400m 60.5 (Ms B sweeney 4) 14, lim 54, 1:25.03 (last 600m 37.25), soft(5), levee Bank 62 1, hay now 60.5 2, Purrpussful 58 3, Btg $41.00, $51.00 6th to 800m, 8th turn. hampered near 400m.

13. O’LORDy (8) 53 D A Williams (Goulburn) 5 b m o’lonhro – Fair look. black, old gold star, lilac sleeves, black cap, old gold star Career record 19:3-3-1 Wins 1200 (2) 1300 (1) prizemoney $117,550 LAST, 11Mar18 4.3l Canberra Bm65 1400m 58 (B shinn 4) 12, lim 54, 1:22.86 (last 600m 34.61), good(4), Fun Tickets 59.5 1, Vigorish 58 2, My song 59 3, Btg $8.00, $7.50, $9.00 8th to 800m, 9th turn. slowly away. Blocked for run in straight. 3RD, 04May18 1l, 0.5l Wagga Bm70 1200m 55 (Ms n Beriman 15) 15, lim 54, 1:11.37 (last 600m 35.78), soft(5), Fermanagh lad 56.5 1, hangin’ With Willy 59.5 2, snippet of gold 57 4, Btg $15.00, $13.00, $15.00 last to 800m, 14th turn.

Race 9

1200m

4.35

1. SURE AND FAST (4) 60 G W Murray (kembla Grange) 6 ch g not a single doubt – regal attraction. dark blue, yellow hoops and sleeves, purple cap Career record 20:5-2-1 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (2) 1350 (1) 1400 (1) prizemoney $465,470 LAST, 18nov17 12l rosehill Bm96 1100m 56.5 (B shinn 1) 12, lim 53, 1:03.26 ((class record) last 600m 33.96), good(3), glenall 54 1, Tactical advantage 55.5 2, Ziggy Willie 54 3, Btg $31.00 last to turn. Passed fit at barrier. Vetted - no abnormalities. 11TH, 03May18 4.3l Wagga open 1200m 54.5 (J Penza 7) 16, lim 54, 1:09.43 (last 600m 35.44), good(3), Coolring 55.5 1, Viceroy 54 2, ashlor 56.5 3, Btg $21.00, $41.00 5th to 800m, 4th turn. Wide throughout.

2. NOIRE (5) 58.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 4 b/br m Foxwedge – Valadon. purple, white stars and cap Career record 10:5-3-0 Wins 1100 (2) 1250 (1) 1400 (2) prizemoney $231,670 WON, 23dec17 nck, 2.5l Warwick Farm , F&M’s Bm85 1400m 58.5 (B shinn 2) 9, lim 53, 1:21.80 ((class record) last 600m 34.47), good(3), Pecans 57 2, savoureux 59.5 3, Tizso Wicked 53.5 4, Btg $2.80, $4.00 4th settling, 5th turn. 2ND, 06Jan18 1.5l, 2l randwick Bm94 1400m 55 (B shinn 7) 9, lim 53, 1:22.31 ((class record) last 600m 35.58), good(3), lanciato 53 1, show a star 56.5 3, get on The grange 53 4, Btg $1.70, $1.90 (fav). 4th to turn.

3. NEW UNIvERSE (16) 58.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 4 b g darci Brahma (nZ) – shalaka. red, yellow side panels, yellow sleeves and cap Career record 18:5-1-4 Wins 1100 (1) 1200 (3) 1400 (1) prizemoney $233,483 5TH, 31Mar18 1.5l rosehill (g 3) star Kingdom 1200m 53 (M J Walker 2) 11, lim 53, 1:10.85 (last 600m 34.04), good(4), spright 53 1, dothraki 59 2, Bolero King 53 3, Btg $6.00, $5.50, $6.00 6th settling, 8th turn. slowly away.

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11TH, 21apr18 6.1l randwick Bm99 1400m 54.5 (M J Walker 14) 14, lim 53, 1:21.21 ((class record) last 600m 33.84), good(3), Tribal Wisdom 53 1, osborne Bulls 58 2, savapinski 59 3, Btg $13.00 13th settling, last turn. Wide throughout. hung out near turn.

4. VICEROy (12) 58.5 Luke Pepper (Canberra) 5 b g Magnus – northpoint. aqua, white star, yellow sleeves Career record 30:6-5-4 Wins 1000 (2) 1050 (1) 1100 (2) 1250 (1) Prizemoney $232,700 2ND, 13apr18 0.5l, 2.3l orange open 1000m 60 (a Kajiya 3) 8, lim 54, 57.10 secs , good(3), lucy rose 54 1, Kooringal star 54 3, somebody 56 4, Btg $2.25, $4.60 6th to turn. slowly away. 2ND, 03May18 1.5l, 0.5l Wagga open 1200m 54 (M a Cahill 15) 16, lim 54, 1:09.43 (last 600m 35.44), good(3), Coolring 55.5 1, ashlor 56.5 3, o’ so hazy 54 4, Btg $7.50, $10.00 11th to turn. Blocked for run on straightening.

5. BELFLyER (1) 58 J D Shelton (Grafton) 6 b/br g Bel esprit – Flying ruby. lime green, brown quarters, halved sleeves, quartered cap Career record 49:12-5-7 Wins 1000 (3) 1006 (1) 1300 (1) 1350 (1) 1400 (2) 1406 (1) 1500 (2) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $232,255 WON, 16apr18 1.3l, 0.8l grafton open 1006m 60 (lexi Mc Pherson 8) 10, lim 54, 57.60s (last 600m 33.20), good(4), la dolce Vita 54.5 2, elite dubleo 54.5 3, dreamalina 54 4, Btg $5.50, $13.00 last to turn. Jumped awkwardly. ran wide middle stages. laid in near 100m. 3RD, 29apr18 2.5l, 1/2 nck Tamworth open 1400m 59 (B looker 2) 14, lim 54, 1:21.16 (last 600m 35.58), good(3), Plucky girl 56 1, after all That 54.5 2, Brazen 54 4, Btg $9.00, $11.00 8th to turn.

6. HaNDFaST (17) 58 Richard Litt (Warwick Farm) 5 ch g street Cry (ir) – lobola. royal blue, white maltese cross, armbands and cap, royal blue pom pom Career record 22:3-3-2 Wins 1250 (1) 1400 (2) Prizemoney $263,235

LaST, 25nov17 7.9l rosehill Bm90 1400m 58.5 (T angland 9) 12, lim 53.5, 1:23.14 (last 600m 34.10), good(3), invinzabeel 59 1, Just dreaming 57.5 2, Time To Torque 56 3, Btg $26.00, $21.00 4th settling, 5th turn. Checked near 100m. 4TH, 21apr18 4l randwick Bm85 1200m 60 (a hyeronimus 5) 9, lim 53, 1:08.03 ((track record) last 600m 33.40), good(3), anatola 56.5 1, Test The World 57.5 2, dissolute 59.5 3, Btg $13.00, $15.00, $12.00 led to turn.

7. DISSOLUTE (15) 57.5 James Cummings (agnes Banks) 4 ch g new approach (ir) – dorky. royal blue Career record 21:4-4-5 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (2) 1300 (1) Prizemoney $252,300 WON, 02apr18 1.5l, 1.3l rosehill Bm83 1300m 58 (T angland 6) 10, lim 53, 1:18.18 (last 600m 34.19), good(4), sexy eyes 53 2, Mapmaker 55.5 3, reiby rampart 54 4, Btg $4.00, $3.50, $3.80 2nd to turn. 3RD, 21apr18 2.5l, 1l randwick Bm85 1200m 59.5 (T angland 6) 9, lim 53, 1:08.03 ((track record) last 600m 33.40), good(3), anatola 56.5 1, Test The World 57.5 2, handfast 60 4, Btg $4.00, $5.00 7th to turn.

8. TESSERa (3) 57.5 James Cummings (agnes Banks) 4 b g Medaglia d’oro (Us) – Chatoyant. royal blue, white cap Career record 13:2-2-1 Wins 1100 (2) Prizemoney $223,050 5TH, 21apr18 5l randwick Bm85 1200m 60 (B avdulla 4) 9, lim 53, 1:08.03 ((track record) last 600m 33.40), good(3), anatola 56.5 1, Test The World 57.5 2, dissolute 59.5 3, Btg $9.00, $11.00, $10.00 5th throughout. Jumped awkwardly. hampered near 200m. 5TH, 05May18 5.2l rosehill Bm86 1200m 59.5 (Ms r King 6) 8, lim 53, 1:10.82 (last 600m 34.87), good(4), Crafty Cop 58 1, Bon amis 57 2, Mana 57 3, Btg $11.00, $13.00 3rd settling, 2nd turn.

9. PETROSSIaN (18) 57 P M Perry (Newcastle) SCRaTCHED

10. POWERLINE (14) 56.5 K a Lees (Newcastle) SCRaTCHED

11. MaGIC aLIBI (9) 56 G a Ryan (Rosehill) 5 ch m star Witness – This Magic Moment. white, tartan crossed sashes and cap Career record 25:4-1-4 Wins 1100 (2) 1200 (2) Prizemoney $272,260 4TH, 13Jan18 2.9l gold Coast (Metro) F&M’s open 1300m 55.5 (M Cahill 4) 16, set wts with pen, 1:15.07 (last 600m 34.53), good(3), invincibella 55.5 1, eckstein 57.5 2, My Country 56 3, Btg $26.00, $61.00 10th to turn. struck interference near 1200m. 4TH, 05May18 1.4l rosehill , F&M’s Bm83 1100m 61 (T angland 4) 7, lim 53, 1:05.17 ((class record) last 600m 34.16), good(4), epidemic 54 1, o’rachael 57.5 2, Zonk 54 3, Btg $7.50, $8.00, $6.50 6th settling, 4th 800m, 3rd turn. eased in straight.

12. BON aMIS (13) 56 J C Deamer (Newcastle) 4 b g Bon hoffa – Morethan leicya. royal blue, white lightning bolt and sleeves Career record 10:4-4-0 Wins 900 (2) 1000 (1) 1100 (1) Prizemoney $194,305 5TH, 14apr18 2.5l randwick open 1400m 56 (B shinn 8) 15, set weights, 1:21.80 ((race record) last 600m 35.10), good(4), serene Miss 55.5 1, newsfan 54 2, Plaisir 56 3, Btg $4.60, $5.00 7th to turn. Wide throughout. 2ND, 05May18 3.3l, 1.3l rosehill Bm86 1200m 57 (J r Collett 4) 8, lim 53, 1:10.82 (last 600m 34.87), good(4), Crafty Cop 58 1, Mana 57 3, Virgilio 54.5 4, Btg $2.25, $2.00 (fav). 5th to turn. Jumped awkwardly.

13. SaTIRICaL MaGIC (6) 56 D L Mills (Warwick Farm) 6 ch g Magic albert – satirical impact. dark blue, pink braces, white armbands, pink cap Career record 41:8-8-1 Wins 1100 (1) 1250 (3) 1300 (2) 1350 (1) 1400 (1) Prizemoney $266,751 5TH, 16Feb18 1.3l Canterbury-n Bm80 1100m 61 (J Parr 6) 10, lim 53, 1:04.17 (last 600m 34.76), good(4), Bolero King 57 1, lake lugarno 56.5 2, Viceroy 60.5 3, Btg $13.00 9th to turn. inquiry into performance. 7TH, 24Feb18 2l rosehill Bm89 1350m 56.5 (J r Collett 3) 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 $12.00, $13.00, $11.00 6th to turn.

14. SWEET SERENDIPITy (19) 56 J C Coyle (Warwick Farm) 7 b g excites – sweet rory. navy blue, grey maltese cross, black sleeves, white cap Career record 43:9-2-1 Wins 1000 (3) 1100 (3) 1150 (1) 1200 (2) Prizemoney $306,730 LaST, 04nov17 17.8l rosehill Bm92 1200m 57 (Ms K o’hara 5) 10, lim 53, 1:09.91 ((class record) last 600m 34.69), good(4), Zumbelina 53.5 1, Magic alibi 51.5 2, My Country 51.5 3, Btg $15.00, $26.00 led to turn. inquiry into performance. Vetted no abnormalities. LaST, 01dec17 13.9l Canterbury-n Bm86 1100m 56 (r hunt 1) 9, lim 51.5, 1:04.01 ((class record) last 600m 35.19), good(4), invincible Quest 54 1, il Mio destino 57 2, Pick Me Up 55 3, Btg $11.00, $17.00 2nd to turn.

15. MaNa (11) 55.5 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) 6 b g Conatus – green Jade. orange, dark blue stripe, quartered cap Career record 33:6-8-4 Wins 1000 (1) 1200 (2) 1250 (2) 1550 (1) Prizemoney $264,910

4TH, 14Mar18 0.4l Warwick Farm Bm81 1200m 59.5 (J r Collett 6) 13, lim 53, 1:10.32 (last 600m 34.84), good(4), Bolero King 58.5 1, selita 59 2, Beau geste 59 3, Btg $5.00, $5.50, $4.20 5th to turn. 3RD, 05May18 3.3l, 1.3l rosehill Bm86 1200m 57 (C reith 7) 8, lim 53, 1:10.82 (last 600m 34.87), good(4), Crafty Cop 58 1, Bon amis 57 2, Virgilio 54.5 4, Btg $15.00, $26.00 6th to turn.

WON, 18apr18 0.5l, 1.3l randwickKensington Bm80 1300m 57 (T angland 3) 11, lim 53, 1:16.35 (last 600m 34.21), good(4), Bravissimo 55 2, schubert 55.5 3, Virgilio 59.5 4, Btg $8.00, $6.50 7th to 800m, 6th turn. overraced early stages.

18. MISSILE CODa (7) 53 P & P Snowden (Randwick) 4 b m smart Missile – rain Melody. purple, white hoops, black seams, purple and white quartered cap Career record 11:4-1-0 Wins 1000 (1) 1100 (1) 1250 (1) 1300 (1) Prizemoney $105,615 9TH, 24Mar18 7l rosehill (g 3) Birthday Card stakes 1200m 53 (K Mc evoy 3) 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 $17.00, $21.00 5th to turn. slowly away. Wide throughout. 7TH, 28apr18 3.2l hawkesbury (Metro) Bm85 1300m 55.5 (Ms W Costin 2) 11, lim 53, 1:15.52 (last 600m 35.12), good(4), siren’s Fury 54.5 1, stonebrook 59 2, Philosophy 57.5 3, Btg $10.00, $16.00 5th settling, 4th 800m, 9th turn. Jumped awkwardly.

16. STaR REFLECTION (2) 55 K a Lees (Newcastle) 5 br m Time Thief – dawn To dusk (Us). royal blue, white horseshoe, black and white checked sleeves and cap Career record 27:5-7-5 Wins 1280 (1) 1350 (3) 1408 (1) Prizemoney $193,335 4TH, 24Mar18 4.2l rosehill (g 3) Birthday Card stakes 1200m 53 (Ms K o’hara 9) 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 $26.00, $71.00 6th settling, 7th turn. Wide throughout. 6TH, 21apr18 2l randwick (g 3) hall Mark stakes 1200m 54 (K Mc evoy 1) 9, set wts with pen, 1:08.23 ((race record) last 600m 33.86), good(3), Burning Passion 58 1, oxford Poet 57 2, dothraki 58 3, Btg $13.00, $15.00 8th to turn. hampered concluding stages.

19. CHaUFFEUR (10) 56.5 Brad Widdup (Hawkesbury) 3 b c snitzel – Mirror Mirror. red and white spots Career record 10:1-2-1 Wins 1100 (1) Prizemoney $555,250 6TH, 23sep17 6.2l rosehill (g 1) golden rose 1400m 56.5 (B avdulla 7) 14, set weights, 1:22.41 (last 600m 36), good(3), Trapeze artist 56.5 1, Champagne Cuddles 54.5 2, Menari 56.5 3, Btg $21.00, $31.00, $26.00 11th to turn. LaST, 07oct17 5.3l randwick (g 2) roman Consul stakes 1200m 56.5 (s Clipperton 3) 7, set weights, 1:10.24 (last 600m 33.97), good(3), Viridine 56.5 1, single Bullet 56.5 2, Beau geste 56.5 3, Btg $4.60, $4.20, $6.50 6th settling, 4th turn. Jumped awkwardly. Weakened noticeably.

17. THaaD (8) 54.5 M, W & J Hawkes (Rosehill) 4 b/br g smart Missile – Uneasy (nZ). green, white vee Career record 13:3-1-2 Wins 1200 (1) 1300 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $148,095 2ND, 28Mar18 lng hd, 1.3l Warwick Farm , C,h&g’s Bm75 1200m 58.5 (T angland 10) 15, lim 53, 1:09.52 (last 600m 35.06), good(4), arancini 56.5 1, art of excellence 57.5 3, Keymaster 54.5 4, Btg $8.50, $10.00, $8.50 12th to turn. slowly away.

WAGGA GREyHoUnDS Friday 1

Butch Pertzel Memorial

$1070 Mixed 4/5 Heat bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

P5 81867 12213 153F2 26451 54253 51311 73313 73542

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doG Trainer Pb oz TEn TATIoUS Jess Fothergill FSTD MAnTICoRE Dirk Bosman 23.79 TAkE THE SPoT Paul strutt 23.47 FAnCy GEoRGIE Kevin Oakman 23.35 WILL DAzzLE Jess Fothergill NBT HIPPo CLAn Rodney McDonald 23.29 SPUD’S MATE Leonard Holmes 23.32 zIPPInG DUFF Adam Oliver NBT reserves 9 34464 GREySynD ALPHA Wayne Bocquet FSH 10 18768 TEFLon TRAvIS Wayne Bocquet FSH sPud’s maTe 1, hippo clan 2, Take The spot 3

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$900 1-4 Wins Heat bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

P5 76453 21811 27657 31173 18535 32361 34352 72171

10.00 7.00 7.00 7.50 9.00 *4.00 *4.00 7.00 13.00 13.00

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doG Trainer Pb MISTER PEAnUTS Jess Fothergill FSTD 6.50 SUnLIT BREAkER shara Quinlan FSH *4.00 ARE yoU READy Yvonne Carter 18.70Q 9.00 SUnLIT QUEALy Julie French 18.63 6.00 zULU SUnSET Faye Herbert NBT 10.00 DAnA CRAzy Rodney McDonald NBT 9.50 GLoRIoUS LEADER Brian Honey NBT 8.00 MAREEBA Brian smith 18.86 4.50 reserves 9 43688 QUEEn oLLIE Arron Gould NBT 21.00 10 84757 FAIRyTALE EnDInG Jess Fothergill NBT 26.00 sunliT breaker 1, mareeba 2, sunlit quealy 3

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Butch Pertzel Memorial

$1070 Mixed 4/5 Heat bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

P5 15475 31363 25353 23227 53332 56555 18372 67123

8.01

400m

doG Trainer Pb SMART DESIRE Terry O’Keefe NBT 7.50 REAR CHAnCE Lorraine Roy 23.35 *4.00 oUTLAW BRUCE Michael Bird NBT 13.00 HEAR THE DRUMS Michael Clayton NBT *4.00 DAnA CoRPoRAL Rodney McDonald 23.10 5.50 FAWn To RUn Alan Clare 23.11 7.00 WESTSIDE nIPPA Ricky McKinnon 23.44 9.00 SPICy BLAST Dirk Bosman NBT 7.50 reserves 9 34846 BoMBER LAnE Jess Fothergill NBT 13.00 10 6F372 DAnA CoURTnEy Rodney McDonald NBT 17.00 hear The drums 1, rear chance 2, dana corporal 3

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$900 1-4 Wins Heat bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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P5 11786 41134 74465 51755 21572 85424 54236 24875

doG Trainer Pb PoWER PLAyER Benjamin Talbot FSTD 6.00 ConTRoLLER John Jones 18.41 *2.80 BLACk PoCkET Michael Clayton FSH 6.00 RoSEDEnE vALoR Gordon Herbert NBT 13.00 ARMAnD BALE Geoffrey Collins NBT 8.50 MInDERoo Joanne smith 18.69 8.00 DAnA SkyE Rodney McDonald 19.05 7.50 SUnLIT GRACE Julie French 18.98Q 7.50 reserves 9 43688 QUEEn oLLIE Arron Gould NBT 21.00 10 56658 TIGER CABAnG Jess Fothergill FSTD 21.00 conTroller 1, Power Player 2, black Pocket 3

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$1070 Mixed 4/5 Heat bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

8.45

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P5 41123 33442 62543 38131 32533 51186 46485 13456

doG Trainer Pb CRAzy JUDy Melissa Griffin NBT 6.00 ELLEn’S STARDUST Aaron Farley FSH *4.00 DAnA MAkIn Rodney McDonald 23.36 8.50 MyRnIonG MARvEL Benjamin Talbot FSH *4.00 CHAnCE PERFECTED Lorraine Roy 23.32 7.00 LUnAR SHADoW Jess Fothergill FSTD 9.50 CoRLEonE kInG Gary Kimber FSH 11.00 SoCk’S DESIRE Terry O’Keefe 23.63 9.00 reserves 9 44F84 PInGIn’ BEE Brian smith NBT 13.00 10 26737 SISTER TEE Brian Honey 23.75 17.00 myrnionG marvel 1, ellen’s stardust 2, crazy Judy 3

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Ladbrokes Graeme Hull Memorial Cup 9.05

$1700 non Graded bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

P5 53447 14254 71124 47628 33212 62442 21255 55175

525m

doG Trainer Pb HIGH FIvE Melissa Griffin FSTD 11.00 AQUA CHEETAH Tia Robertson FSH *2.80 BELLA BELLISSIMo Benjamin Talbot FSTD 6.50 CHInA CATCH ‘EM shara Quinlan FSH 10.00 FERRERo MISS Paul Braddon 30.38 5.00 TIGGERLonG EvE Helen Finn NBT 8.50 CHARLIE’S CHAnCE Lorraine Roy FSTD 9.00 CoRLEonE kID Gary Kimber NBT 9.50 reserves 9 45654 ARIzonA XEnA David Cox NBT 17.00 10 74564 TIGGERLonG THIEF Michael Finn NBT 21.00 aqua cheeTah 1, Ferrero miss 2, bella bellissimo 3

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Ladbrokes Graeme Hull Memorial Cup 9.25

$1700 non Graded bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

P5 61412 82735 33315 34442 22533 26435 12621 21761

525m

doG Trainer Pb SUnSET WARRIoR Michael Clayton FSH 6.50 MyRnIonG LAnA Benjamin Talbot NBT 9.00 WILD JoSH Peter scott 31.30 9.00 DynA ELIAS Dirk Bosman 30.83 7.50 BARBIE’S CHAnCE Lorraine Roy NBT *3.80 PAWFESSIonAL Andrew Rowe FSH 8.00 AQUA DIvERGEnT Tia Robertson 30.55 *3.80 zABDon BLUEy Peter Ward NBT 9.50 reserves 9 45465 HEzA SAInT David Cox 30.59 13.00 Gary Kimber FSTD 21.00 10 86616 CoRLEonE QUEEn barbie’s chance 1, aqua divergent 2, myrniong lana 3

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Ladbrokes Graeme Hull Memorial Cup 9.45

$1700 non Graded bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

P5 13461 111F1 47126 67616 12141 35554 54251 16113

525m

doG Trainer Pb GUnSHoT RIDGE Lorraine Roy 30.79 *3.50 STRIkInG BIkInI Aaron Farley FSH *3.50 MySTIC MARLoW Garry Anesbury NBT 13.00 WEEonA DIno Joshua Formosa FSH 7.50 STRICkLAnD Gary Kimber 30.78 6.50 DAnA kADI Rodney McDonald NBT 10.00 SPRInG JAzz Pamela Braddon FSH 8.00 MyRnIonG MAGIC Benjamin Talbot NBT 7.50 reserves 9 74564 TIGGERLonG THIEF Michael Finn NBT 13.00 10 45465 HEzA SAInT David Cox 30.59 17.00 GunshoT ridGe 1, myrniong magic 2, striking bikini 3

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doG Trainer Pb GoTTA CHARCoAL Benjamin Talbot 18.91 6.50 SPEEDWAy LASS Jason Formosa FSH 7.50 MEILA ALLEn Faye Herbert FSTD 10.00 BLooMIn’ RoSE Adam Oliver FSH *4.00 SCoTT A SECRET Jess Fothergill FSH 8.50 SHAnDy LEAR Dirk Bosman NBT 7.00 JUST JoRJI Arron Gould NBT 8.00 HoW’S IT SCARy shannon ellis 18.64 *4.00 reserves 9 44465 TEXy Boy Bruce Williams NBT 21.00 10 88848 ELITE PAnTHER Harold Hunter NBT 21.00 bloomin’ rose 1, how’s it scary 2, Gotta charcoal 3

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1755m

$5100. 4yo & up C0 Only PBD/$L4 Mobile.

1 8 The Five Girls . . . . . . . . . . .C R Judd (C) 2 8s870 PresidenTialaTTack . . . J M Prior (C) 3 67745 sTumblinG in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N S Hoy 4 38587 sTaTion masTer . . . . . . . . . J W Basham 5 8r894 easT on broadway . . . . . . . T J Day (C) 6 20365 nunya . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L A Clement second line 7 09s62 bezzaboma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J F Scott 8 56443 TuGboaT (r) . . . . . . . . . . . . .A J Dean (C) 9 50250 shadow aFFair . . . . . . . . . . B A Harpley 10 45619 laurisTon dash nz M J McLaughlin (C) 11 2225r lanceloT hall . . . . . . . . . . .A K Pitt (C)

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1 6s44 sarah bonus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T L White 2 32273 saucy dreams . . . . . . . . . . . . . D J Druitt 3 7s01 moonsTone monTana . . M M Parsons 4 1697s rockinFeelGood . . . . . . . .W R Sullivan 5 8325s sevendaysaweek . . . . . . . . .M J Harris 6 30446 conquer The day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . second line 7 9s5 calculaTed risk . . . . . . . R J Campbell 8 21s06 ace in our PockeT . . . . . . . B A Harpley 9 778 im a shy Guy (r) . . . . M A Harrington (C) 10 3198 Tubbee Tee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R A Walker 11 61463 sven JasPer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B T Jones

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10.27

$1070 Mixed 4/5 Heat bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

400m

P5 71545 41614 38345 24211 11121 31637 14237 12467

doG Trainer Pb TIGGERLonG BooM Michael Finn 23.45 oUTLAW ARnHEM Michael Bird NBT TAkE THE CAkE Paul strutt 23.49 DInTy’S CHAnCE Lorraine Roy 23.27 HEAT UP Wayne Bocquet 23.11 LoCHIE’S MATE Garry Anesbury FSH DAnA ALI Rodney McDonald 22.97 MInkA’S DESTIny Peter Ward FSH reserves 9 66284 BUDGE Logan Bootsma 23.13 10 67841 STELLAR FLASH Jess Fothergill FSTD dana ali 1, heat up 2, dinty’s chance 3

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13.00 17.00

10.54

$900 1-4 Wins Heat bx 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

7.50 6.50 6.50 6.00 *4.20 11.00 *4.20 9.50

320m

P5 73447 44538 62158 74342 42222 87438 83526 46464

doG Trainer Pb SPRInGvALE MIkE Paul strutt FSTD 6.00 GREEn THIEF Faye Herbert FSH 9.00 CRAzy HoRSE Gregory McKinnon FSTD 8.50 DREAMTIME vISIon Gordon Herbert FSH 7.50 MARy’S DESIRE Terry O’Keefe NBT *3.80 PADMA GRAnGE Gregory Couldridge FSH 10.00 HIDE THE kITTy Rodney McDonald FSTD 6.00 yoU GoTTA Doo Peter Dooner NBT 4.50 reserves 9 67575 SLIPPERy PARkER Gregory Couldridge FSH 13.00 10 44465 TEXy Boy Bruce Williams NBT 26.00 mary’s desire 1, you Gotta doo 2, hide The kitty 3

CH 3

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320m

P5 18328 31888 24467 1 87361 21876 33531 12166

WAGGA TRoTS Friday THE MULTIPLES

10.06

$900 1-4 Wins Heat

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6.00 WorldWatch. 9.00 PopAsia TV. 10.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 Insight. 1.00 Front Up. 1.30 10,000 BC. 2.20 Athletics. Marathon de Paris. Highlights. 3.20 Big Cats Of The Gulf. 3.45 Most Expensivest. 4.35 States Of Undress. 5.25 Vs Arashi. 7.20 If You Are The One. 8.30 The Island: Men’s Island. 9.30 Mutiny. 10.25 Adam Looking For Eve. 12.15 Sex Box USA. 1.05 Terror. 2.00 France 24. 3.00 Late Programs.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 5.10 School Of Rock. 5.35 All Hail King Julien. 6.00 TMNT. 6.25 Total Wipeout. 7.25 The Penguins Of Madagascar. 7.45 Danger Mouse. 8.00 Slugterra. 8.30 The Adventures Of Puss In Boots. 9.05 Odd Squad. 9.20 Ladybug And Cat Noir. 9.40 So Awkward. 10.10 Girl Vs Boy. 10.30 Rage. 2.30 Close. 5.00 Officially Amazing. 5.30 TD: Ridonculous Race. 5.50 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 9.30 Harley-Davidson TV. 10.00 AFL Game Day. 11.30 Fishing Addiction. 12.30 Motor Racing. Night Thunder. 1.30 MythBusters. 2.30 Sunday Soapbox. 3.00 Football. AFL. Round 9. Brisbane Lions v Hawthorn. 6.00 American Dad! 6.30 MOVIE: Ender’s Game. (2013) 8.45 MOVIE: The Bourne Legacy. (2012) Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz, Edward Norton. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 4.30 Britain’s Got Talent. 6.00 Big Bang. 8.00 Young Sheldon. 8.30 MOVIE: Jupiter Ascending. (2015) Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum. 11.00 Big Bang. 12.00 Adult Swim. 12.30 China, IL. 1.00 Tattoo Fixers. 2.00 Most Terrifying Places In America. 3.00 Yo-Kai. 3.30 Kate And Mim-Mim. 4.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! 4.30 We Bare Bears. 4.50 Wild Kratts. 5.10 Regal Academy. 5.30 Yu-Gi-Oh!

6.00 Toasted TV. 6.05 Drakers. 6.30 Dofus. 7.05 Kuu Kuu Harajuku. 7.35 Get Ace. 8.05 Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures. 8.30 Treasure Island. 9.00 TMNT. 10.00 Scope. 10.30 Family Ties. 11.30 Charmed. 1.25 Raymond. 2.30 Frasier. 3.30 King Of Queens. 4.30 Raymond. 5.30 Frasier. 6.30 Roseanne. 8.30 The Graham Norton Show. 10.30 Will & Grace. 11.30 Raymond. 12.30 Frasier. 1.30 Late Programs.

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 World This Week. 3.00 ABC News. 3.30 Landline. 4.00 ABC News. 4.30 One Plus One. 5.00 ABC News. 5.30 The Breakfast Couch. 6.00 ABC News Weekend. 6.15 Planet America. 7.00 ABC News Hour. 8.00 Insiders. 9.00 National Wrap. 9.45 ABC News Weekend. 10.00 Late Programs.

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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 The Queen’s Green Planet. 11.00 Catalyst. 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 1.00 Landline. 2.00 Parliament. 2.55 Gardening Aust. 3.25 Doctor Who. 4.15 Pointless. 5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.10 Drum. 6.00 The Checkout. 6.30 Hard Quiz. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Australian Story. 8.30 Four Corners. 9.15 Media Watch. 9.35 Q&A. 10.40 ABC Late News. 11.10 The Business. 11.25 Golf. PGA Tour. AT&T Byron Nelson. Highlights. 12.20 Doctor Who. 1.05 Rage. 3.25 Antiques Roadshow. 4.25 Murder, She Wrote. 5.15 Pointless.

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6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. 1.00 The Voice. 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation. Return. 8.45 The Big Bang Theory. 9.45 100% Footy. 10.45 Two And A Half Men. 11.40 Rizzoli & Isles. 12.30 Extra. 1.00 Postcards. 1.30 TV Shop. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Skippy. 3.30 GMA. 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 To Be Advised. 2.45 Ent. Tonight. 3.00 Judge Judy. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 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 2017 Montreal Comedy Festival. 10.30 Man With A Plan. Return. 11.00 The Project. 12.00 WIN News. 1.00 Stephen Colbert. 2.00 Shopping. 4.30 CBS Morning.

6.00 WorldWatch. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 Turkish News. 1.00 Al Jazeera. 2.00 André Rieu: Forever Vienna. 3.00 Genius. 3.55 Leap Of The Lynx. 5.00 Settle Down Place. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 River Cottage Australia. 6.30 News. 7.35 Elizabeth. 8.30 Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I’m A Doctor. 9.30 24 Hours In Emergency. 10.30 SBS News. 11.00 The World Game. 11.30 MOVIE: Joe Cinque’s Consolation. (2016) Maggie Naouri. 1.25 Ride Upon The Storm. 4.50 UK Bitesize. 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 5.55 Teacup Travels. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 7.05 Ben And Holly. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 The Librarians 8.55 Buzzcocks. 9.25 Amy Schumer: Mostly Sex Stuff. 10.15 Red Dwarf. 10.40 The Office. 11.05 30 Rock. 11.25 Parks And Recreation. 11.50 Broad City. 12.10 Buzzcocks. 12.40 Red Dwarf. 1.10 Inside Amy Schumer. 1.55 Broad City. 2.15 Close. 5.00 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 9.30 House Calls To The Rescue. 10.30 Mighty Ships. 11.30 The Real Seachange. 12.00 NBC Today. 1.00 NBC Press. 2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00 Harry’s Practice. 3.30 House Calls To The Rescue. 4.30 Animal Rescue. 5.00 Medical Emergency. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Doc Martin. 8.30 Lewis. 10.30 Blue Murder. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 10.30 Netball. Super Netball. Round 4. Adelaide Thunderbirds v Melbourne Vixens. 12.30 Netball. Super Netball. Round 4. West Coast Fever v Sydney Swifts. 2.30 Antiques Roadshow. 3.25 Dinner Date. 4.25 Heartbeat. 5.30 Four In A Bed. 6.00 Secret Dealers. 7.00 As Time Goes By. 7.30 Death In Paradise. 8.40 Murder Calls. 9.40 Australian Crime Stories. 10.50 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 RPM. 8.30 Operation Repo. 9.00 I Fish. 9.30 A Taste Of Travel. 10.00 Healthy Homes Aust. 10.30 Bondi Rescue. 11.00 Cheers. 12.00 Get Smart. 1.00 WIN News. 2.00 Matlock. 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.00 Bondi Rescue. 6.30 David Att’s Planet Earth. 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. 8.30 NCIS. 11.30 Super Rugby Extra Time. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE: Welcome To The South. (2010) 1.50 Up All Night: The Minicab Office. 2.50 Beerland. 3.15 Vs Arashi. 4.10 The Mindy Project. 4.35 Cyberwar. 5.05 If You Are The One. 6.10 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. 6.35 Batman. 7.35 The Feed. 8.05 Travel Man. 8.30 MOVIE: Eight Millimeter. (1999) Nicolas Cage. 10.50 MOVIE: Vampire’s Kiss. (1988) 12.45 Holland’s Hope. 2.35 Late Programs.

ABC ME (23) 6.00 Kids’ Programs. 5.35 All Hail King Julien. 6.00 TMNT. 6.25 Doctor Who. 7.20 The Penguins Of Madagascar. 7.40 Danger Mouse. 7.55 Slugterra. 8.25 The Adventures Of Puss In Boots. 9.00 Odd Squad. 9.15 Ladybug And Cat Noir. 9.35 So Awkward. 10.05 Girl Vs Boy. 10.30 Rage. 11.30 Close. 5.00 Officially Amazing. 5.30 TD: Ridonculous Race. 5.50 Kids’ Programs.

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ABC (2) 6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Antiques Roadshow. 11.00 Catalyst. 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 1.00 Four Corners. 1.45 Media Watch. 2.00 Parliament. 3.00 Surfing The Menu: TNG. 3.25 Doctor Who. 4.15 Pointless. 5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.10 Drum. 6.00 The Checkout. 6.30 Hard Quiz. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Stargazing Live. 9.00 The Checkout: Factory Seconds. Final. 9.30 Secrets Of Silicon Valley. 10.25 ABC Late News. 10.50 The Business. 11.10 Q&A. 12.20 Doctor Who. 1.05 Rage. 3.25 Antiques Roadshow. 4.25 Murder, She Wrote. 5.15 Pointless.

PRIME7 (6) 6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. 11.30 Seven Morning News. 12.00 To Be Advised. 1.15 Surf Patrol. 1.45 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 House Rules. 8.45 Interview. 9.45 Death Row. 10.45 Grey’s Anatomy. Final. 11.45 Grimm. 1.00 Shopping. 5.30 Sunrise.

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6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 1.00 MOVIE: Salmon Fishing In The Yemen. (2011) Ewan McGregor, Emily Blunt, Kristin Scott Thomas. 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Eat Well For Less? 9.00 To Be Advised. 10.00 Beauty And The Beach. 11.00 Mom. 11.55 20/20. 12.45 The Closer. 1.35 Extra. 2.00 TV Shop. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Skippy. 3.30 GMA. 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 To Be Advised. 2.00 Entertainment Tonight. 2.30 Neighbours. 3.00 Judge Judy. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 The Bold And The Beautiful. 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.30 Shark Tank. 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 The Project. 1.30 Stephen Colbert. 2.30 Shopping. 4.30 CBS Morning.

6.00 WorldWatch. 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 Raising The Curtain. 3.05 Nigella Bites. 3.35 The Mystery Of Dark Energy. 4.35 Nazi Sunken Sub. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 River Cottage Australia. 6.30 News. 7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 8.30 Insight. 9.30 Dateline. 10.00 Borderlands: Life On The Line. 10.30 SBS News. 11.00 Bad Banks. 1.05 MOVIE: Ludwig II. (2012) 3.45 STUDIO At The MEMO With Tim Rogers. 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 Kids’ Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 The Office. 9.00 Back To Earth: Stargazing Live. 9.30 Plebs. 9.50 Zapped. 10.25 Red Dwarf. 10.55 The Office. 11.20 30 Rock. 11.40 Parks And Recreation. 12.05 Broad City. 12.25 Back To Earth: Stargazing Live. 12.55 Red Dwarf. 1.25 The Office. 1.45 30 Rock. 2.05 Parks And Recreation. 2.30 Broad City. 2.50 Close. 5.00 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 House Calls To The Rescue. 10.30 The Great Outdoors. 11.30 NBC Today. 2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00 Harry’s Practice. 3.30 House Calls To The Rescue. 4.30 Animal Rescue. 5.00 Medical Emergency. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Vicar Of Dibley. 8.30 Inspector Morse. 10.30 Suspects. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Secret Dealers. 7.00 Creflo. 7.30 TV Shop. 8.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 9.00 TV Shop. 9.30 Danoz. 10.30 Dinner Date. 11.30 As Time Goes By. 12.00 MOVIE: The Scarlet Blade. (1963) 1.45 Death In Paradise. 2.55 Hot In Cleveland. 3.25 Dinner Date. 4.25 Heartbeat. 5.30 Four In A Bed. 6.00 Secret Dealers. 7.00 As Time Goes By. 7.30 New Tricks. 8.40 Midsomer Murders. 10.40 Major Crimes. 11.40 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 9.00 Get Smart. 10.00 Healthy Homes Aust. 10.30 Bondi Rescue. 11.00 Cheers. 12.00 David Att’s Planet Earth. 1.00 WIN News. 2.00 Matlock. 3.00 Super Rugby Extra Time. 4.00 Diagnosis Murder. 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.00 Bondi Rescue. 6.30 David Att’s Planet Earth. 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. 8.30 48 Hours. 9.30 Homicide: Hours To Kill. 10.30 To Be Advised. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE: Land Of Oblivion. (2011) 1.55 Up All Night. 2.50 PopAsia TV. 3.50 The Mindy Project. 4.15 Balls Deep. 4.45 News. 5.10 If You Are The One. 6.10 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. 6.35 Batman. 7.30 The Feed. 8.00 Going Deep With David Rees. 8.30 Housos. 9.30 Hate Thy Neighbour. 11.10 Adam Looking For Eve. 12.05 News. 12.30 Desus And Mero. 12.55 Shot By Kern. 1.50 Late Programs.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 11.35 Kids’ Programs. 5.35 All Hail King Julien. 6.00 TMNT. 6.25 Doctor Who. 7.20 The Penguins Of Madagascar. 7.45 Stargazing Launchpad. 8.00 Stargazing Live. 9.00 Wallace And Gromit: A Grand Day Out. 9.20 Ladybug And Cat Noir. 9.45 So Awkward. 10.10 Girl Vs Boy. 10.35 Rage. 11.35 Close. 5.00 Officially Amazing. 5.30 TD: Ridonculous Race. 5.50 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.30 Big Angry Fish. 10.30 American Pickers. 11.30 Pawn Stars. 12.00 Ink Master. 2.00 Blokesworld. 3.00 Cajun Pawn Stars. 3.30 Swamp Men. 4.30 American Pickers. 5.30 Pawn Stars. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Highway Patrol. 8.30 Outback Truckers. 9.30 Full Custom Garage. 10.30 Towies. 11.00 Graveyard Carz. 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 11.00 Friends. 12.00 Total Divas. 1.00 Dawson’s Creek. 2.00 Kids’ Programs. 6.00 Friends. 7.00 Big Bang. 7.30 Real, Fake Or Unknown. 8.30 MOVIE: The Terminator. (1984) Arnold Schwarzenegger. 10.45 Big Bang. 11.15 Best Ink. 12.15 Friends. 1.15 Aqua Teen Hunger Force. 1.30 Regular Show. 2.00 Adv Time. 2.30 Pokémon The Series: Sun & Moon. 3.00 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 Roseanne. 3.30 King Of Queens. 4.30 Raymond. 5.30 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Roseanne. 7.30 Fail Army. 9.00 MOVIE: Scary Movie 2. (2001) Anna Faris, Marlon Wayans. 10.40 Fail Army. 11.10 James Corden. 12.10 Late Programs.

6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 12.00 ABC News. 2.00 Parliament. 3.15 ABC News. 6.10 Drum. 7.00 ABC News National. 8.00 ABC News. 9.00 Matter Of Fact With Stan Grant. 9.45 The Business. 10.00 The World. 11.00 ABC News. 12.00 ABC Late News. 12.30 7.30. 1.00 ABC News. 1.15 Matter Of Fact. 2.00 ABC News. 2.15 Drum. 3.00 The World. 4.00 DW Newshour. 5.00 Late Programs.

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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Antiques Roadshow. 11.00 Stargazing Live. 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 12.30 Press Club. 1.30 Aust Story. 2.00 Parliament. 3.00 The Cook And The Chef. 3.25 Doctor Who. 4.15 Pointless. 5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.10 Drum. 6.00 The Checkout. 6.30 Hard Quiz. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Stargazing Live. 9.00 Gruen. 9.35 The Weekly. 10.05 Corey White’s Roadmap To Paradise. 10.25 ABC Late News. 10.55 The Business. 11.10 Four Corners. 11.55 Media Watch. 12.15 Doctor Who. 1.00 Rage. 2.25 Press Club. 3.25 Louis Theroux: America’s Medicated Kids. 4.25 Late Programs.

6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. 11.30 News. 12.00 To Be Advised. 1.15 Surf Patrol. 1.45 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 House Rules. 8.45 Modern Family. 9.45 Back With The Ex. 10.50 Hooked On The Look. New. 11.20 Hell’s Kitchen USA. 12.30 Shopping. 5.30 Sunrise.

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. 1.00 Extra. 1.30 Eat Well For Less? 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Young Sheldon. 8.30 Britain’s Got Talent. 9.50 Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation. 11.00 Embarrassing Bodies. 12.00 House Husbands. 1.00 Murder In The First. 2.00 TV Shop. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Extra. 3.30 GMA. 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 To Be Advised. 2.00 Ent. Tonight. 2.30 Neighbours. 3.00 Judge Judy. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 The Bold And The Beautiful. 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.30 Instinct. 9.30 This Is Us. 10.30 Hawaii Five-0. 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 The Project. 1.30 Stephen Colbert. 2.30 Shopping. 4.30 CBS Morning.

6.00 WorldWatch. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 Turkish News. 1.00 PBS News. 2.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.00 Dateline. 3.30 Insight. 4.30 Uranium: Twisting The Dragon’s Tail. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 River Cottage Australia. 6.30 News. 7.30 Michael Mosley’s Secrets Of Your Food. 8.35 Outback Rabbis: Untold Australia. 9.40 The Good Fight. 10.40 Chance. 11.40 SBS News. 12.10 MOVIE: Headfirst. (2014) 1.50 Miniseries: The Hollow Crown. 4.20 Food Lover’s Guide. 4.55 Poh & Co. Bitesize. 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 Absolutely Fabulous. 9.00 Back To Earth: Stargazing Live. 9.30 An Idiot Abroad. 10.20 Red Dwarf. 10.50 The Office. 11.10 30 Rock. 11.30 Parks And Recreation. 11.55 Broad City. 12.15 Back To Earth: Stargazing Live. 12.40 Red Dwarf. 1.10 The Office. 1.35 30 Rock. 1.55 Parks And Recreation. 2.20 Broad City. 2.45 Close. 5.00 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 House Calls To The Rescue. 10.30 The Great Outdoors. 11.30 NBC Today. 2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00 Harry’s Practice. 3.30 House Calls To The Rescue. 4.30 Animal Rescue. 5.00 Medical Emergency. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Pie In The Sky. 8.30 A Touch Of Frost. 10.30 Autopsy USA. 11.30 Late Programs.

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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Antiques Roadshow. 11.00 Stargazing Live. 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 1.00 Making Australia Great: Inside Our Longest Boom. 2.00 Parliament. 3.00 The Cook And The Chef. 3.25 Doctor Who. 4.15 Pointless. 5.00 ABC News At Five. 5.10 Drum. 6.00 The Checkout. 6.25 Hard Quiz. 6.55 Sammy J. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Stargazing Live. 9.00 QI. 9.30 Wentworth. 10.15 ABC Late News. 10.45 The Business. 11.00 Louis Theroux: Law & Disorder In Lagos. 12.00 Doctor Who. 12.50 Our Zoo. 1.45 Rage. 2.35 Golf. PGA Tour. AT&T Byron Nelson. Highlights. 3.30 Late Programs.

7MATE (63) 6.00 Morning Programs. 7.30 Hook, Line And Sinker. 8.30 Big Angry Fish. 10.30 American Pickers. 11.30 Pawn Stars. 12.00 Ink Master. 2.00 Full Custom Garage. 3.00 Graveyard Carz. 4.00 Motor Racing. Australian Off Road Championship. Highlights. 4.30 American Pickers. 5.30 Pawn Stars. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 The Simpsons. 9.00 Family Guy. 11.30 Late Programs.

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6.00 Kids’ Programs. 11.00 Friends. 12.00 Total Divas. 1.00 Dawson’s Creek. 2.00 Kids’ Programs. 6.00 Friends. 7.00 Big Bang. 7.30 MOVIE: Dumb And Dumber. (1994) 9.45 MOVIE: Fun With Dick And Jane. (2005) 11.45 Big Bang. 12.15 Friends. 1.15 Aqua Teen Hunger Force. 1.30 Regular Show. 2.00 Adv Time. 2.30 Pokémon The Series: Sun & Moon. 3.00 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 Roseanne. 3.30 King Of Queens. 4.30 Raymond. 5.30 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Roseanne. 7.30 Fail Army. 8.30 Car Crash Global: Caught On Camera. 9.30 Peter Helliar: One Hot Mess. 10.30 Fail Army. 11.30 Late Programs.

VICELAND (32) 6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE: Potiche. (2010) 1.50 Drunk History UK. 2.50 Over The Black Dot. 3.50 The Mindy Project. 4.15 Cyberwar. 4.40 News. 5.05 If You Are The One. 6.05 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. 6.30 Batman. 7.30 The Feed. 8.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Final. 8.30 Stories From Norway: The Musical! 9.00 MOVIE: South Park: Bigger, Longer And Uncut. (1999) 10.30 Late Programs.

NEWS (24) 6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 12.00 ABC News. 12.30 Press Club. 1.30 ABC News. 2.00 Parliament. 3.15 ABC News. 6.10 Drum. 7.00 ABC News National. 8.00 ABC News. 9.00 Matter Of Fact With Stan Grant. 9.45 The Business. 10.00 The World. 11.00 ABC News. 12.00 ABC Late News. 12.30 7.30. 1.00 ABC News. 1.15 Matter Of Fact. 2.00 ABC News. 2.15 Drum. 3.00 Late Programs.

NINE (5)

WIN (8)

SBS (3)

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 1.00 Extra. 1.30 Britain’s Got Talent. 3.00 News Now. 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 12. Brisbane Broncos v Parramatta Eels. 9.45 The NRL Footy Show. 11.00 The AFL Footy Show. 12.30 Al McGlashan’s Fish’n With Mates. 1.00 My Surf TV. 1.30 TV Shop. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Extra. 3.30 GMA. 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 To Be Advised. 2.00 Entertainment Tonight. 2.30 Neighbours. 3.00 Judge Judy. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 The Bold And The Beautiful. 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 9.30 Law & Order: SVU. 10.30 Blue Bloods. 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 The Project. 1.30 Stephen Colbert. 2.30 Shopping. 4.30 CBS Morning.

6.00 WorldWatch. 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 The Marngrook Footy Show. 3.30 Britain’s Ultimate Pilots: Inside The RAF. 4.35 Lost City Of The Pharaohs. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 River Cottage Australia. 6.30 News. 7.30 Railway Journeys UK. 8.05 Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail. 8.35 The Handmaid’s Tale. 9.40 Next Of Kin. 10.35 The Night Manager. 11.45 SBS News. 12.15 MOVIE: Beatriz’s War. (2013) 2.10 The Island. 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

ABC2 (22)

7TWO (62)

9GEM (52)

ONE (81)

VICELAND (32)

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Frontline. 9.00 Back To Earth: Stargazing Live. 9.30 Dead Boss. 10.00 Comedy Up Late. 10.35 Red Dwarf. 11.05 The Office. 11.30 30 Rock. 11.50 Parks And Recreation. 12.10 Broad City. 12.30 Back To Earth: Stargazing Live. 12.55 Red Dwarf. 1.25 The Office. 1.50 30 Rock. 2.10 Parks And Recreation. 2.35 Broad City. 3.00 Close. 5.00 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.00 Jay’s Jungle. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 House Calls To The Rescue. 10.30 The Great Outdoors. 11.30 NBC Today. 2.00 Million Dollar Minute. 3.00 Harry’s Practice. 3.30 House Calls To The Rescue. 4.30 Animal Rescue. 5.00 Medical Emergency. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Father Brown. 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 10.30 Dinner Date. 11.30 As Time Goes By. 12.00 MOVIE: Go To Blazes. (1962) 1.45 David Attenborough’s The Blue Planet. 2.55 Hot In Cleveland. 3.25 Dinner Date. 4.25 Heartbeat. 5.30 Four In A Bed. 6.00 Secret Dealers. 7.00 As Time Goes By. 7.30 MOVIE: Agatha Christie’s Evil Under The Sun. (1982) Peter Ustinov. 9.55 MOVIE: Gorky Park. (1983) 12.35 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 David Attenborough’s Planet Earth. 1.00 WIN News. 2.00 Matlock. 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.00 Bondi Rescue. 6.30 David Att’s Planet Earth. Final. 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. 8.30 Cops: AO. 9.00 MOVIE: Pound Of Flesh. (2015) Jean-Claude Van Damme, Leonard Gonzales. 11.10 SEAL Team. 12.05 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 12.00 MOVIE: Beautiful Lies. (2010) 1.55 Drunk History UK. 2.50 Rivals. 3.20 VICE World Of Sports. 3.45 The Mindy Project. 4.10 It’s Suppertime! 4.35 News. 5.05 If You Are The One. 6.05 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. 6.35 Batman. 7.35 The Feed. 8.05 Dateline. 8.35 Full Frontal. 9.05 The Lost Arcade. 10.30 VICE. 11.35 Miniseries: Tut. 1.05 News. 1.35 Desus And Mero. 2.00 Late Programs.

ABC ME (23)

7MATE (63)

9GO! (53)

ELEVEN (82)

NEWS (24)

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 11.25 Kids’ Programs. 5.35 All Hail King Julien. Final. 6.00 TMNT. 6.25 Doctor Who. 7.20 The Penguins Of Madagascar. 7.45 Stargazing Launchpad. 8.00 Stargazing Live. 9.00 Wallace And Gromit: A Close Shave. 9.30 Ladybug And Cat Noir. 9.50 So Awkward. 10.20 Girl Vs Boy. 10.40 Rage. 11.45 Close. 5.00 Officially Amazing. 5.30 Detentionaire. 5.50 Kids’ Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 10.30 American Pickers. 11.30 Pawn Stars. 12.00 Ink Master. 2.00 Cajun Pawn Stars. 2.30 American Pickers. 3.30 Pawn Stars. 4.00 To Be Advised. 4.30 The Simpsons. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Robot Combat League. 8.30 MOVIE: Terminator Salvation. (2009) Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Moon Bloodgood. 10.45 Family Guy. 11.45 Late Programs.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 10.00 Survivor: Ghost Island. 1.00 Dawson’s Creek. 2.00 Kids’ Programs. 6.00 Friends. 7.00 Big Bang. 7.30 Robot Wars. 8.30 Survivor: Ghost Island. 11.30 WWE Raw. 12.30 Friends. 1.30 Regular Show. 2.00 Adv Time. 2.30 Pokémon The Series: Sun & Moon. 3.00 Ben 10. 3.30 Beyblade Burst Evolution. 4.00 Teen Titans. 4.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! 4.50 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 Roseanne. 3.30 King Of Queens. 4.30 Raymond. 5.30 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Roseanne. 7.30 Will & Grace. 8.30 Sex And The City. 9.30 100% Hotter. 10.30 Mike & Molly. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 12.00 ABC News. 2.00 Parliament. 3.15 ABC News. 6.10 Drum. 7.00 ABC News National. 8.00 ABC News. 9.00 Matter Of Fact With Stan Grant. 9.45 The Business. 10.00 The World. 11.00 ABC News. 12.00 ABC Late News. 12.30 7.30. 1.00 ABC News. 1.15 Matter Of Fact. 2.00 ABC News. 2.15 Drum. 3.00 The World. 4.00 DW Newshour. 5.00 Late Programs.

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Your Local Wagga Weekly - Friday, 18 May, 2018

doomben Saturday 1

11.15

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Pullman Brisbane Airport Hotel

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daILy doUbLe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 9 FIRST FoUR . . . . . . . . . .All RAces eaRLy QUadReLLa . . . . . 2, 3, 4, 5 QUadReLLa . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 7, 8, 9

1.00

City Property Bill Carter Stakes

1200m

7

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Led Superscreens Handicap

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Sony Legend tcdwn (11) B J Smith . . . . B Thornton (a3) 60 TAn TAT diAmond tdw (1) Steven O’Dea J Guthmann-Chester (a2) 60 mAgSTock w (13) K M Schweida . . . . . . . . . ScRATcHed WeinHoLT dw (12) Desleigh Forster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 .5 gRundeRzeiT dn (6) S W Kendrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 SAipAn dw (8) Ben Currie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Murphy (a2) 58 Tycoon Ace cdw (15) T J Sears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 .5 BeAT STReeT tdwn (5) S W Kendrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 kimBeRLey STAR w (4) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Lloyd 56 .5 my LiTTLe FLickA tcdw (7) L G Ross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 no AnnAmoSSiTy tdw (14) R L Heathcote ScRATcHed TAiLLevenT tdw (2) Bruce Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . S Cormack 55 LimeRick moon dw (3) G R Duncan . . . . . . . . . . C Brown 54 .5 kHALeeSi cdw (10) B W Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 miSS iAno cdw (9) Mark C Webb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 nepTune pALAce tcd (16) D J Bougoure . . ScRATcHed SAipAn, Beat Street, Tan Tat diamond, Limerick moon

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SizzLing BeLLe (3) N J Olive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Walker SHAmuRT twb (11) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Byrne miSS SARA tw (10) L G Ross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . gRAnny Red SHoeS (14) A J Edmonds . . . . . . . . J Lloyd cLockWiSe w (6) Mark F Webb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M Cahill eAWASe d (12) P & P Snowden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Zahra AeTHeRiuS (13) Mark F Webb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N Thomas RiveR BiRd (1) J C Coyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mS RodARTe d (17) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C Brown dRAm oF deLAgo (5) M J Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . don’T douBT LARA w (4) S W Kendrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AxeLLA w (2) M J Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SpiRiT’S cHoice (15) M A Kropp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ARcHeR’S pARAdox (9) David Murphy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WAnnA BLue (7) P & W Hulbert . . . . . . . . . . . . . R Wiggins gReen (8) T R Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . emeRgency 04 mAyBe mARkLe (16) Steven O’Dea . . . . . . P Hammersley SHAmuRT, clockwise, eawase, don’t doubt Lara

56 .5 41 .00

1.40

1050m

IPG Marketing Chief De Beers

6 .00 3.60 21 .00 9 .00 9 .00 3 .70 51 .00 11 .00 6 .50 21 .00 21 .00 41 .00 41 .00 41 .00 41 .00 21 .00

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SeRgeAnT BLAST dw (9) B J Smith . . . . . B Thornton (a3) 59 SABkHAT cdw (13) Steven O’DeaJ Guthmann-Chester (a2) 57 .5 monTeux tdw (15) Chris Meagher . . . . . . . . . Ron Stewart 56 .5 cHiLLin WiTH dyLAn t (3) Ben Ahrens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 coRnRoW t (7) P & W Hulbert . . . . . . . . . .T Marshall (a2) 55 .5 eL cAmpeAdoR tcw (10) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . S Cormack 55 SAvWeLL cwn (1) David Vandyke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Lloyd 55 A SHin Rook (14) Anthony Freedman . . . . . . . . . . J Byrne 54 .5 denBeRn cw (4) S J Morrisey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Red pRince dn (6) T J Sears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 divine unicoRn (5) M J Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 pRivATe HeRo dw (8) J G Symons & S Laxon . . M Hellyer 54 kincApLe cHieF dw (11) J C Smerdon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 HigH degRee dw (12) Rochelle Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 SAvAnnAH RoSe dwn (2) S A Mackinnon . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 divine unicoRn, Savwell, A Shin Rook, High degree

12.25

Canadian Club Handicap

6 .50 13 .00 13 .00 17 .00 31 .00 17 .00 4.40 5 .00 5 .50 13 .00 6 .00 31 .00 34 .00 31 .00 17 .00

1350m

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Race 1

gRundeRzeiT n (8) S W Kendrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . no AnnAmoSSiTy tcw (2) R L Heathcote . . . . . . . . . . . . . cHAviSH dw (16) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . .T Marshall (a2) SecReT mo w (5) L J Gough . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Browne FiT FoR puRpoSe tw (20) A J Edmonds . . M Mc Gillivray mAnAyA c (11) Michael Costa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ReALing tcwb (10) M J Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SecReT HARmony w (14) Brendan Butts . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quick keTcH tw (9) Stephen Kirkwood . . J Guthmann-Chester (a2) zAmex w (4) M J Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AnnATime w (17) Darlene Duryea . . . . . . . . . . . . M Zahra BRed FoR Luck dw (7) Troy Pascoe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FinAL zeRo tw (19) M J Lakey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LeT’S pARTy mARTy tb (3) David Vandyke . . . . . . . . . . . . miSS iAno tw (21) Mark C Webb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rock SpuR b (12) G R Duncan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . emeRgencieS emSie iS A STAR cw (1) David Vandyke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . couRAgeouS Rock wn (13) G R Duncan . . . . . . . . . . . . . cAdogAn (6) A J Edmonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Lloyd ScoRcHA tw (18) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SkuLduggeRy (15) Damien Batters . . . . . . . . .C Williams no AnnAmoSSiTy, chavish, Scorcha, Realing

1200m

11.15

1. Sony Legend (B J Smith) 7g By Hard Spun (US) - Lasers (41:8-6-5): Cd 55 .5kg(2) 2-3/4 len 4th Ringo’s A Rockstar(54kg) 1000m 57 .13 Sunshine Coast Hcp Good(4) trk April 14 . (Inconvenienced early stages . Shifted out near turn .) Cd 57kg(2) 3-3/4 len 4th Tyzone(58 .5kg) 1200m 1:08 .50 Gold Coast (Bm85) Good(4) trk May 5 . 2. TAn TAT diAmond (Steven O’Dea) 6g By Fastnet Rock - Tan Tat De Lago (22:6-33): (Inconvenienced near 800m . Ran wide during race . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 57kg(7) 4-1/2 len 10th Gold Horizon(54kg) 1400m 1:24 .11 Gold Coast Open Hcp Soft(5) trk June 11 . Cd 56kg(10) 1-3/4 len win Alaskan Wolf, Another Whiskey 1050m 1:01 .01 D’ben Hcp (C6) Good(4) trk April 28 . 3. mAgSTock: ScRATcHed 4. WeinHoLT (Desleigh Forster) 7g By Stratum - Annamarie (35:6-3-5): Cd 59kg(5) lg nk 6-1/4 len 3rd Fast Arrow(54 .5kg), Spur Le Jouer 1400m 1:27 .51 Sunshine Coast Hcp Soft(7) trk April 8 . Cd 57kg(3) 1-1/4 len 4th Beat Street(54kg) 1200m 1:12 .11 Sunshine Coast Open Hcp Good(4) trk April 29 . 5. gRundeRzeiT (S W Kendrick) 6g By Street Cry (IR) - Viennese (29:5-25): Cd 56 .5kg(4) 1-3/4 len 2nd Irish Constabulary(59kg) 1000m 59 .46 Sunshine Coast Open Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 22 . (3 Wide .) Cd 58 .5kg(7) 5-1/2 len 8th Tyzone(58 .5kg) 1200m 1:08 .50 Gold Coast (Bm85) Good(4) trk May 5 . 6. SAipAn (Ben Currie) 5g By Saint Thomas - Church On Sunday (30:10-33): Cd 54kg(1) 1-3/4 len 1/2 nk 3rd Irish Constabulary(59kg), Grunderzeit 1000m 59 .46 Sunshine Coast Open Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 22 . Cd 59 .5kg(4) sht 1/2 hd win Life’s Like That, Dragon Street 860m 48 .81 Gatton Open Hcp Good(4) trk May 3 .

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54 56 .5 56 54 55

10 .00 31 .00 41 .00 11 .00 21 .00

7. Tycoon Ace (T J Sears) 5g By Tycoon Ruler - Meg’s Ace (19:7-3-1): (Wide throughout .) Cd 57kg(10) 7-1/4 len 11th Khalama(54kg) 1050m 1:00 .22 D’ben (Bm90) Good(4) trk Nov 25 . Cd 54kg(3) 3-1/4 len 5th Ringo’s A Rockstar(54kg) 1000m 57 .13 Sunshine Coast Hcp Good(4) trk April 14 . 8. BeAT STReeT (S W Kendrick) 5g By Street Sense (US) - Fidelias Dance (GB) (26:7-4-4): (Overraced middle stages .) Cd 54kg(2) 2-3/4 len 4th Irish Constabulary(59kg) 1000m 59 .46 Sunshine Coast Open Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 22 . Cd 54kg(2) sht nk win Gracida, Flamboyer 1200m 1:12 .11 Sunshine Coast Open Hcp Good(4) trk April 29 . 9. kimBeRLey STAR (T J Gollan) 5m By Star Witness - Kiss The Sun (20:3-3-5): Cd 55kg(2) 5 len 7th Silent Sedition(58kg) 1500m 1:30 .80 Sandown-Hillside Summoned Stks Good(3) trk Nov 12 . (Eased near 800m .) Cd 54kg(9) 10-3/4 len 14th Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08 .41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5 . 10. my LiTTLe FLickA (L G Ross) 7m By California Dane - Enforce (35:9-5-1): Cd 57 .5kg(12) 3-3/4 len 5th Bushy(57kg) 1350m 1:22 .49 D’ben (Bm80) Heavy(8) trk April 21 . (3 Wide .) Cd 54 .5kg(9) 6-3/4 len 9th Tyzone(58 .5kg) 1200m 1:08 .50 Gold Coast (Bm85) Good(4) trk May 5 . 11. no AnnAmoSSiTy: ScRATcHed 12. TAiLLevenT (Bruce Hill) 5g By Haradasun - Dutchy’s Lass (34:4-7-5): Cd 56kg(4) 6-1/2 len 5th River Racer(52 .5kg) 1200m 1:12 .09 D’ben Plate (C6) Heavy(8) trk April 21 . (Overraced middle stages .) Cd 55 .5kg(8) 4-1/4 len 5th Tyzone(58 .5kg) 1200m 1:08 .50 Gold Coast (Bm85) Good(4) trk May 5 . 13. LimeRick moon (G R Duncan) 6g By Man Of Illusion - Limerick Belle (33:88-2): (Ran wide early, middle stages .) Cd 56 .5kg(7) 1/2 len win One Golden Day, Zumikon 1200m 1:10 .27 Warwick Open Hcp Good(3) trk Dec 26 . (3 Wide .) Cd 53kg(9) 8-1/2 len 8th Of The Day(54kg) 1200m 1:10 .34 D’ben (Bm85) Good(4) trk Jan 20 .

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1 2667s 2 135s1 3 1256s 4 187s5 5 448s4 6 s112s 7 94s50 8 06852 9 s90s1 10 58s4s 11 2126s 12 01438 13 33s11 14 23s20 15 0s943 16 17s41

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Race 2

1600m

11.50

1. SeRgeAnT BLAST (B J Smith) 5g By Darci Brahma (NZ) - Glittering Girl (NZ) (17:6-1-2): Cd 56 .5kg(5) 3/4 len win Camino Rocoso, Caramac 1600m 1:34 .42 Pukekura Raceway (Bm85) Good(3) trk Feb 3 . Cd 54kg(5) 1/2 len win Handfull, Cruiser 1600m 1:38 .92 Trentham Open Hcp Dead(5) trk Mar 10 . 2. SABkHAT (Steven O’Dea) 7g By Reset Sabkha (US) (38:6-6-5): Cd 58kg(10) 7-1/4 len 9th Bushy(57kg) 1350m 1:22 .49 D’ben (Bm80) Heavy(8) trk April 21 . (Jumped awkwardly . Eased early stages . Blocked for run near turn .) Cd 56kg(10) 2-1/4 len 4th Divine Unicorn(54 .5kg) 1400m 1:21 .78 Gold Coast Plate (C6) Good(4) trk May 5 . 3. monTeux (Chris Meagher) 6g By Medaglia D’Oro (US) - Kylikwong (27:53-5): Cd 54kg(7) 1-1/2 len 7th Mishani Honcho(52kg) 1400m 1:24 .33 Sunshine Coast Hcp Good(4) trk April 14 . Cd 57 .5kg(6) 3-1/2 len 8th Old Habits(59kg) 1630m 1:38 .68 D’ben Plate (C6) Good(4) trk April 28 .

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2000m

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cHAuFFeuR (7) Brad Widdup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . eQuAL BALAnce w (2) Kurt Goldman . . . . . . . . . C Brown THe BoSToniAn dwb (17) A W Pike . . . . . . . . . . M Zahra dAzzLing Red cw (9) T J Sears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . zukAz d (15) S W Kendrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ScALLopini dw (4) Steven O’Dea . . . . . . . . P Hammersley pRom Queen dw (12) K & L Rae & K Williams-Tuhoro . . . C Williams Fox SWiFT dw (1) C Maher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M Cahill cHAmp eLecT t (6) Chris Munce . . . . . . . . . . Ron Stewart viLLA cARLoTTA w (14) K A Lees . . . . . . . . . . G Schofield WinTeR BRide tw (8) A J Edmonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ABSoLuTLypoSiTivLy d (5) B & D Guy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Te Amo dw (16) A J Edmonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . meikAS dw (18) R L Heathcote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . divine meSSengeR b (13) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BoASTing dw (3) Ms K Doughty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . emeRgencieS 17 2s31 unLikeLy SToRy (10) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 23815 ToLAi meRi (11) Louise White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Te Amo, Boasting, Scallopini, Winter Bride

14. kHALeeSi (B W Brown) 6m By Hotel Grand - Emmas Folly (31:6-5-3): Cd 54kg(9) 2-3/4 len 6th Tan Tat Diamond(56kg) 1050m 1:01 .01 D’ben Hcp (C6) Good(4) trk April 28 . Cd 57kg(9) 4-1/2 len 5th Havasay(59kg) 1110m 1:04 .57 D’ben Plate (C6) Soft(6) trk May 12 . 15. miSS iAno (Mark C Webb) 4m By Equiano (FR) - Miss Panama (14:5-11): (Hampered early on . Inquiry into performance .) Cd 54 .5kg(7) len win Rich Affair, Truculent 1200m 1:10 .12 D’ben (Bm75) Good(4) trk April 28 . (Slowly away .) Cd 54kg(3) 5 len 6th Tyzone(58 .5kg) 1200m 1:08 .50 Gold Coast (Bm85) Good(4) trk May 5 . 16. nepTune pALAce: ScRATcHed

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1 35s69 iT’S SomeWHAT dw (8) James Cummings . . . . D Browne 59 2 31256 comin’ THRougH wb (13) C J Waller . . . . . . . . M Walker 59 3 0s928 AmBiTiouS d (7) Anthony Freedman . . . . . . . . .C Williams 59 4 s2582 Tom meLBouRne dw (9) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . C Brown 59 5 03s60 one FooT in HeAven w (10) C J Waller . . . . . . .M Cahill 59 6 s4553 mAn oF HiS WoRd tw (1) Bruce Hill . . . . . . . . . B Stewart 59 7 38s94 SATono RASen d (4) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . G Schofield 59 8 s9311 LiFe LeSS oRdinARy dw (12) C J Waller . . . . . .O Bosson 59 9 s2800 vioLATe d (11) Brent Stanley . . . . . . . . . . . M R Du Plessis 59 10 4s441 TRAdeSmAn dw (3) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Allen 59 11 s4005 egg TART tdw (6) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L G Innes 57 12 22241 oRegon’S dAy n (2) M G Price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Byrne 57 13 6s655 ABBey mARie d (5) M C Kent . . . . . . . . . . . M Mc Gillivray 57 oRegon’S dAy, Tradesman, Life Less ordinary, man of His Word

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gun cASe tdwn (9) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Allen 59 8 .00 SAvAnnA AmouR t (12) Chris Meagher . . . . Ron Stewart 58 4.20 in HiS STRide tw (1) R G Lipp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Orman 56 15 .00 nieTA w (10) John Thompson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C Brown 56 4 .60 iRiSH conSTABuLARy twn (8) J G Symons & S Laxon . . . .M Hellyer 55 .5 15 .00 Hi i’m BAck tw (7) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 .5 15 .00 pRompT ReTuRn tcw (11) A J Edmonds . . . . . . . . J Lloyd 54 .5 7 .00 gRAcidA tcdwb (3) David Vandyke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 15 .00 kHALAmA cw (2) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C Williams 54 11 .00 TiyATRoLAni tcw (5) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 6 .50 SpuRcRAFT w (6) C J White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Tilley 54 8 .00 coLoSimo w (13) Steven O’Dea . . . . . . . . . P Hammersley 54 31 .00 STeLLARcRAFT cdw (4) David Murphy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 51 .00 gun cASe, in His Stride, gracida, Hi i’m Back

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1 486s6 uLmAnn w (11) D K Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Allen 59 2 71s83 cHARLie Boy cd (3) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Stewart 57 .5 3 s2869 mR SneAky w (7) Anthony Freedman . . . . . . . . . M Zahra 57 4 79s75 moHeR w (13) James Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . G Schofield 56 5 s8443 BASSeTT n (4) M G Price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 .5 6 33687 SnippeTS LAnd cdwb (10) P & P Snowden . . . . . . J Byrne 55 .5 7 23111 TougHeRTHAnTHeReST dw (14) C J Waller . . M Walker 55 .5 8 0150s cAnTBuyBeTTeR tcw (8) Ben Currie . . . . . . . . . . J Orman 55 9 36s65 pRivLAkA tcw (5) R L Heathcote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 10 5314s ouTRAged t (15) K M Schweida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 11 2s606 RueTTigeR w (9) Ben Currie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B El-Issa 54 12 812s3 i’m A RippA tc (6) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Lloyd 54 13 14s22 TeST THe WoRLd w (1) Bjorn Baker . . . . . . . . . . C Brown 54 14 62132 go nicHoLAS b (2) Ms S Hale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 15 0352s mAgSTock w (12) K M Schweida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 TeST THe WoRLd, Tougherthantherest, charlie Boy, outraged

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4. cHiLLin WiTH dyLAn (Ben Ahrens) 6g By Dylan Thomas (IR) - Venassas Jig (US) (22:4-3-6): Cd 56kg(13) 11-1/4 len 9th Mystic Opal(55kg) 1400m 1:25 .11 E Farm Hcp (C6) Soft(7) trk Jan 21 . Cd 56kg(2) 3-3/4 len 10th Divine Unicorn(54 .5kg) 1400m 1:21 .78 Gold Coast Plate (C6) Good(4) trk May 5 . 5. coRnRoW (P & W Hulbert) 6g By Duporth - Baby Corn (39:4-5-10): Cd 54kg(12) 2-3/4 len 2nd Plucky Girl(57kg) 1400m 1:23 .13 Gold Coast Plate (C6) Good(4) trk Mar 17 . Cd 54kg(13) 5-1/2 len 12th Plucky Girl(56kg) 1400m 1:21 .16 Tamworth Tamworth Cup Good(3) trk April 29 . 6. eL cAmpeAdoR (T J Gollan) 5g By Captain Sonador - Golden Whistler (25:61-4): Cd 58 .5kg(11) 1/2 len lg nk 3rd Bushy(57kg), Helarocity 1350m 1:22 .49 D’ben (Bm80) Heavy(8) trk April 21 . (Slowly away . Blocked for run near turn .) Cd 59kg(8) 3-1/2 len 9th Divine Unicorn(54 .5kg) 1400m 1:21 .78 Gold Coast Plate (C6) Good(4) trk May 5 . 7. SAvWeLL (David Vandyke) 4g By Savabeel - Aninspiration (10:5-1-2): Cd 56kg(1) 3-1/2 len 4th Xebec(59kg) 2220m 2:20 .42 D’ben (Bm80) Soft(6) trk Mar 31 . (Blocked for run near turn .) Cd 59kg(2) sht nk win Miss Severina, Givus A Cuddle 1600m 1:39 .06 D’ben (Bm75) Heavy(8) trk April 21 . 8. A SHin Rook (Anthony Freedman) 4h By Heart’s Cry (JP) - Eishin Linden (US) (10:2-2-3): Cd 55kg(6) 1/2 len 2nd Inherit Dale(53kg) 1800m 1:48 .40 Jap - Kyoto 3yo+ Alw Firm trk Nov 25 . Cd 59kg(8) 3 len win Super Shoes, Park Chinois 1400m 1:25 .02 Sunshine Coast Hcp (C4) Good(4) trk April 29 . 9. denBeRn (S J Morrisey) 4g By Commands - Pinpoint Accuracy (19:5-2-1): (Rider lost whip .) Cd 58kg(10) 4-1/4 len 5th Savwell(59kg) 1600m 1:39 .06 D’ben (Bm75) Heavy(8) trk April 21 . Cd 56 .5kg(1) len win Dauphin De France, Estikhraaj 1800m 1:47 .68 Gold Coast (Bm75) Good(4) trk May 5 .

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denmAgic dw (15) David Pfieffer . . . . . . . . . . . . C Brown 59 AnAToLA dwn (6) Mark Newnham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Parr 58 .5 noTonyouRLiFe tcd (12) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . B Stewart 58 .5 SWAmpLAnd dw (11) Henry Dwyer . . . . . . . . . . . M Zahra 58 .5 don’TBAByLon cw (1) M J Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 .5 Ruud noT Too d (5) S B Marsh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 .5 noiRe wbn (13) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Walker 57 pomeLo dw (14) Ms G Markwell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 SecReT TRAiL tdwn (10) P & P Snowden . . . . Ron Stewart 55 .5 cRySTAL FounTAin d (4) Anthony Freedman . . . J Byrne 55 RiveR RAceR cw (9) L G Ross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 o’RAcHAeL d (16) C J Waller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G Schofield 54 oF THe dAy cdw (3) T J Gollan . . . . . . . . . . . . . S Cormack 54 HeRmoSA BeAcH dw (7) Matthew Dale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 concHiTA wn (2) P M Perry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M Cahill 54 SuSpendeRS dw (8) S W Kendrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 AnAToLA, don’tbabylon, crystal Fountain, Swampland

10. Red pRince (T J Sears) 4h By Red Dazzler - More Than Sharp (18:5-3-0): (Blocked for run near turn .) Cd 54 .5kg(1) 1/2 len win Givus A Cuddle, Benico’s Prince 1625m 1:38 .05 Toowoomba (Bm80) Good(4) trk April 7 . (3 Wide . Inquiry into performance . Vetted - no abnormalities .) Cd 55 .5kg(3) 5-1/4 len Last Old Habits(59kg) 1630m 1:38 .68 D’ben Plate (C6) Good(4) trk April 28 . 11. divine unicoRn (M J Dunn) 4g By Lope De Vega (IR) - Inchberry (GB) (5:31-0): Cd 57kg(9) 1-1/4 len 4th Magic Choir(54kg) 1400m 1:24 .17 R’hill Tab H’way-C3 Good(4) trk Dec 9 . Cd 54 .5kg(3) lg hd win Oink, Fit For Purpose 1400m 1:21 .78 Gold Coast Plate (C6) Good(4) trk May 5 . 12. pRivATe HeRo (J G Symons & S Laxon) 7g By Ekraar (US) - Sahayb (NZ) (34:5-5-8): Cd 54kg(9) 3-1/4 len 8th Cogliere(54kg) 1600m 1:38 .39 Sunshine Coast Hcp (C6) Good(4) trk April 14 . (Slowly away . Raced Greenly .) Cd 57kg(7) 2-1/2 len 7th Bettabet Red(57kg) 1600m 1:37 .08 Sunshine Coast (Bm75) Good(3) trk May 4 . 13. kincApLe cHieF (J C Smerdon) 7g By Pentire (GB) - Kincaple Lass (NZ) (47:6-26): (Blocked for run near 400m .) Cd 62kg(8) 3-3/4 len 7th Like A Ruler(56 .5kg) 1600m 1:41 .60 Ballina (Bm65) Soft(6) trk April 10 . (Lost a plate .) Cd 59kg(1) 9-1/4 len Last Divine Unicorn(54 .5kg) 1400m 1:21 .78 Gold Coast Plate (C6) Good(4) trk May 5 . 14. HigH degRee (Rochelle Smith) 6m By Exceedingly Good - Dellwood Dancer (42:56-5): (Overraced early stages .) Cd 55kg(7) 3 len 2nd Tango Yankee(55kg) 1600m 1:39 .93 Sunshine Coast (Bm65) Soft(7) trk April 22 . Cd 57 .5kg(4) 1/2 nk win American Frontier, Mishani Vaidra 1625m 1:39 .29 Toowoomba Hcp (C4) Good(3) trk May 12 .

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15. SAvAnnAH RoSe (S A Mackinnon) 5m By Mutawaajid - Dan’s Princess (41:4-4-4): Cd 55 .5kg(4) len win Robbers Cobber, Ready For Danger 1700m 1:44 .59 Ipswich Hcp (C3) Good(4) trk April 11 . (Inconvenienced on straightening .) Cd 54kg(2) 1-3/4 len 5th Old Habits(59kg) 1630m 1:38 .68 D’ben Plate (C6) Good(4) trk April 28 .

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1. gRundeRzeiT (S W Kendrick) 6g By Street Cry (IR) - Viennese (29:5-25): Cd 56 .5kg(4) 1-3/4 len 2nd Irish Constabulary(59kg) 1000m 59 .46 Sunshine Coast Open Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 22 . (3 Wide .) Cd 58 .5kg(7) 5-1/2 len 8th Tyzone(58 .5kg) 1200m 1:08 .50 Gold Coast (Bm85) Good(4) trk May 5 . 2. no AnnAmoSSiTy (R L Heathcote) 4g By Mossman - Hussyanna (15:4-4-2): Cd 56kg(12) 4 len 11th Aqua Vite(54kg) 1615m 1:36 .76 D’ben (Bm85) Good(3) trk Dec 16 . (Carried wide near turn .) Cd 56kg(8) hd 2nd Wudang Blade(54kg) 1000m 57 .82 Ipswich Plate (C6) Good(4) trk May 7 . 3. cHAviSH (T J Gollan) 5g By Myboycharlie (IR) - Elvish (21:4-4-4): (Shifted out near 1200m .) Cd 58 .5kg(3) 1-1/4 len win Suilven, Sonador Fire 1350m 1:23 .47 Ipswich (Bm65) Heavy(8) trk April 4 . (Pulled hard during race .) Cd 57 .5kg(10) 2-1/4 len win Hi Harry, Cascata Rossa 1400m 1:24 .24 Beaudesert (Bm75) Soft(6) trk April 25 . 4. SecReT mo (L J Gough) 4g By Uncle Mo (US) - Secret Donna (12:4-2-2): (Ran wide near 600m .) Cd 55 .5kg(5) 3-1/2 len 5th Yarrapower(58kg) 1050m 1:01 .87 D’ben (Bm75) Soft(7) trk April 21 . Cd 58 .5kg(4) sht nk win Let’s Party Marty, King Ragnar 1200m 1:12 .96 Sunshine Coast E&G Hcp-C4 Good(4) trk May 6 .

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bR 5. Fit For PurPose (A J Edmonds) 4g By Show A Heart - Gag Order (12:42-1): Cd 56kg(13) 6-3/4 len 7th River Racer(52.5kg) 1200m 1:12.09 D’ben Plate (C6) Heavy(8) trk April 21. (Slowly away. Wide throughout.) Cd 56kg(16) lg hd 2 len 3rd Divine Unicorn(54.5kg), Oink 1400m 1:21.78 Gold Coast Plate (C6) Good(4) trk May 5. 6. Manaya (Michael Costa) 4m By Hinchinbrook - Hot ‘n’ Breezy (14:2-13): (Jumped awkwardly. Lost Ground. Overraced middle stages.) Cd 59kg(10) 3-1/4 len 6th Miss Iano(54.5kg) 1200m 1:10.12 D’ben (Bm75) Good(4) trk April 28. (Overraced middle stages.) Cd 54kg(9) 3/4 len 6th Bushy(57kg) 1350m 1:19.80 D’ben (Bm85) Soft(6) trk May 12. 7. realing (M J Dunn) 4g By Real Saga - Ever After (NZ) (13:3-2-2): (Laid in in straight. Proved difficult to ride out.) Cd 59kg(9) 2 len 4th Doubt Defying(56kg) 1600m 1:37.96 Sunshine Coast Plate (C3) Good(4) trk Jan 27. len hd 3rd Stella Ombra, Outraged 1000m Deagon Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 1. 8. secret HarMony (Brendan Butts) 7g By Hotel Grand - Big Harmony (29:6-5-3): (Inquiry into performance.) Cd 59kg(4) sht nk win Iron George, Alassak 1200m 1:12.78 Toowoomba (Bm70) Good(4) trk April 15. Cd 54kg(7) 1-3/4 len 6th Lordag(57.5kg) 1400m 1:24.65 Sunshine Coast Hcp Good(4) trk May 6. 9. Quick ketcH (Stephen Kirkwood) 5g By Jet Spur - Rattletattat (16:4-1-0): Cd 54kg(4) 4-1/4 len 4th Mr Marbellouz(54kg) 1200m 1:10.59 D’ben E&G Hcp-C6 Soft(6) trk Mar 24. Cd 56kg(5) 2-3/4 len 4th Miss Iano(54.5kg) 1200m 1:10.12 D’ben (Bm75) Good(4) trk April 28. 10. ZaMex (M J Dunn) 4g By Cheval De Troy (NZ) - Extravagant (15:4-1-0): Cd 56kg(6) 6-1/2 len 6th River Racer(52.5kg) 1200m 1:12.09 D’ben Plate (C6) Heavy(8) trk April 21. (Eased early stages. 3 Wide. Lost a plate.) Cd 56kg(4) 3 len 7th Divine Unicorn(54.5kg) 1400m 1:21.78 Gold Coast Plate (C6) Good(4) trk May 5. 11. annatiMe (Darlene Duryea) 6m By Time Thief - Goanna (35:7-7-3): Cd 57.5kg(8) 2-3/4 len hd 3rd Sword Of Justice(57kg), Chamalu 1200m 1:12.21 Toowoomba (Bm75) Good(4) trk May 2. 6-3/4 len 6th Ruud Not Too 1000m Deagon Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 15. 12. Bred For luck (Troy Pascoe) 4m By Bradbury’s Luck - Miss Armidale (16:5-32): (Blocked for run on straightening.) Cd 56.5kg(1) hd 2nd Mr Bellagio(54kg) 1350m 1:22.37 D’ben (Bm75) Soft(6) trk Mar 31. (Slowly away. Shifted out near 100m.) Cd 54kg(13) 6 len 9th Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5. 13. Final Zero (M J Lakey) 4m By Strategic - Zero Colour (15:4-4-2): Cd 52.5kg(1) 7-1/4 len 5th My Little Flicka(51.5kg) 1200m 1:11.35 D’ben (Rs2mw) Soft(6) trk Mar 31. Cd 61kg(6) 3/4 len 4th Showus Ya Diamonds(56.5kg) 1200m 1:12.94 Sunshine Coast F&M Hcp-C4 Good(4) trk May 6. 14. let’s Party Marty (David Vandyke) 3g By Duporth - Mollycat (7:24-0): Cd 57.5kg(6) 1/2 nk 2nd Arizona Wildcat(54.5kg) 1100m 1:03.68 Ipswich Hcp (C3) Good(4) trk April 11. (Wide throughout. Inquiry into performance.) Cd 58kg(9) sht nk 2nd Secret Mo(58.5kg) 1200m 1:12.96 Sunshine Coast E&G Hcp-C4 Good(4) trk May 6. 15. Miss iano (Mark C Webb) 4m By Equiano (FR) - Miss Panama (14:5-11): (Hampered early on. Inquiry into performance.) Cd 54.5kg(7) len win Rich Affair, Truculent 1200m 1:10.12 D’ben (Bm75) Good(4) trk April 28. (Slowly away.) Cd 54kg(3) 5 len 6th Tyzone(58.5kg) 1200m 1:08.50 Gold Coast (Bm85) Good(4) trk May 5. 16. rock sPur (G R Duncan) 6g By Magnus - Priceless Diamond (27:6-4-3): (Slowly away.) Cd 57.5kg(10) 3-3/4 len 6th Yarrapower(58kg) 1050m 1:01.87 D’ben (Bm75) Soft(7) trk April 21. (Slowly away. Blocked for run in straight. Eased near 100m.) Cd 57kg(1) 4-1/2 len 9th Miss Iano(54.5kg) 1200m 1:10.12 D’ben (Bm75) Good(4) trk April 28. 17. eMsie is a star (David Vandyke) 3f By Falvelon - Star Of Confidence (6:3-0-1): Cd 56.5kg(6) lg nk win Northern Dragon, Dual Personality 1300m 1:17.89 Rockhampton 3yo Hcp Good(4) trk April 7. Cd 58.5kg(8) sht nk win Tedder Avenue, Crystal Amor 1400m 1:26.45 Sunshine Coast 3yo Hcp Soft(7) trk April 22. 18. courageous rock (G R Duncan) 7g By Rock Hard Ten (US) - To The Brim (CA) (34:4-7-3): (Ran wide early stages.) Cd 53kg(12) 11-1/2 len 11th Aqua Vite(54kg) 1800m 1:48.11 Gold Coast (Bm90) Good(3) trk Jan 6. Cd 57kg(1) 11-1/4 len 6th Drumbeat’s Choice(58kg) 1400m 1:27.83 Sunshine Coast (Bm75) Heavy(9) trk Feb 4. 19. cadogan (A J Edmonds) 4g By Smart Missile - Cadazzle (US) (18:3-1-2): (Jumped awkwardly.) Cd 56.5kg(9) 2-3/4 len 5th Arizona Wildcat(54.5kg) 1100m 1:03.68 Ipswich Hcp (C3) Good(4) trk April 11. Cd 58.5kg(1) 3 len win Vineyard, Sea Lady 1400m 1:22.07 Tamworth Hcp (C3) Good(4) trk April 29. 20. scorcHa (T J Gollan) 4m By Hidden Dragon - Cindest (9:3-0-1): Cd 55.5kg(7) 2-1/4 len win Allena, Soft Top 1200m 1:10.07 Beaudesert Hcp (C3) Good(4) trk April 7. Cd 53kg(12) 3 len 5th Miss Iano(54.5kg) 1200m 1:10.12 D’ben (Bm75) Good(4) trk April 28. 21. skulduggery (Damien Batters) 5g By Krupt - Aqua Modern (32:4-4-5): (Stewards queried run. Vetted - no abnormalities.) Cd 60kg(5) 16-1/2 len 8th Almalita(58.5kg) 2540m 2:42.12 Cranbourne (Bm64) Good(3) trk Nov 10. Cd 62kg(9) lg nk win Princess Anacheeva, Aristocratic 2081m 2:10Moe (Bm58) Good(3) trk Nov 21.

Race 4

1200m

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1. siZZling Belle (N J Olive) 2f By Sizzling - Greenmount Belle (6:3-1-0): Cd 54.5kg(1) 4-1/4 len 9th Estijaab(54.5kg) 1200m 1:12.01 R’hill Golden Slipper Soft(6) trk Mar 24. (Blocked for run on straightening.) Cd 55kg(11) 5-1/4 len 8th Zousain(57kg) 1200m 1:10.80 D’ben Moet & Chandon Soft(5) trk May 12. 2. sHaMurt (T J Gollan) 2f By Murtajill Sheza Shamardal (3:2-1-0): Cd 58kg(5) lg nk win Cuddle Me Tight, The Palms 1100m 1:05.76 Toowoomba 2yo Hcp Good(4) trk April 7. Cd 55kg(4) 3/4 len 2nd Mishani Hustler(57kg) 1200m 1:10.40 D’ben Dalrello Stks Good(4) trk April 28.

3. Miss sara (L G Ross) 2f By Mahisara - Diamonds’n’pearls (9:1-2-3): (Hung in during race. Eased near 600m.) Cd 58kg(7) 3-3/4 len 4th Zoom By(57kg) 1200m 1:13.45 Sunshine Coast 2yo F Hcp Good(4) trk April 14. (Laid in in straight.) Cd 55kg(2) 3/4 len 3/4 len 3rd A Man To Match(56.5kg), Soaring Heart 1300m 1:19.23 Sunshine Coast 2yo Hcp Good(4) trk April 29. 4. granny red sHoes (A J Edmonds) 2f By Not A Single Doubt - Shoboard (5:12-0): (Blocked for run in straight.) Cd 54kg(6) 2-1/4 len 5th Quackerjack(56kg) 1100m 1:03.38 R’wick 2yo Plate Good(4) trk Dec 30. Cd 55kg(1) 1-3/4 len win Mischievousmarilyn, Injustice 1000m 59.01 Sunshine Coast 2yo Mdn Good(4) trk April 27. 5. clockwise (Mark F Webb) 2f By Smart Missile - In The Moment (4:1-1-2): Cd 57kg(2) 3/4 len nose 3rd Zoom By(57kg), Fish ‘n’ Snitz 1200m 1:13.45 Sunshine Coast 2yo F Hcp Good(4) trk April 14. Cd 55kg(1) 3/4 len sht nk 3rd Mishani Hustler(57kg), Shamurt 1200m 1:10.40 D’ben Dalrello Stks Good(4) trk April 28. 6. eawase (P & P Snowden) 2f By Sebring - Karuta Queen (3:1-0-1): (Blocked for run on straightening.) Cd 53kg(2) 2-3/4 len 4th Futooh(54.5kg) 1200m 1:10.90 R’wick 2yo Hcp Good(3) trk Jan 6. (Hampered near 800m.) Cd 56kg(6) 1/2 nk win Galina, Colombina 1200m 1:09.05 R’wick 2yo F Mdn Good(3) trk April 25. 7. aetHerius (Mark F Webb) 2f By Sidereus - Discord (11:1-2-2): (Wide throughout.) Cd 57kg(11) 4-1/2 len 6th Zoom By(57kg) 1200m 1:13.45 Sunshine Coast 2yo F Hcp Good(4) trk April 14. (Slowly away.) Cd 54kg(5) 2-1/4 len 2nd Supersonic Boom(56kg) 900m 52.08 Gold Coast 2yo Plate (C3) Soft(5) trk May 12. 8. river Bird (J C Coyle) 2f By Epaulette Amber’s Crown (3:0-0-1): (Slowly away.) Cd 54.5kg(3) sht nk 2 len 3rd Fiesta(54.5kg), Adamina 1100m 1:05.50 R’hill Widden Stks Soft(5) trk Feb 3. (Jumped awkwardly. Eased near 200m.) Cd 55.5kg(9) 3-1/2 len 4th Gem Song(58kg) 1100m 1:05.42 R’hill 2yo Hcp Good(4) trk May 5. 9. Ms rodarte (C J Waller) 2f By I Am Invincible - Lucky Diva (1:1-0-0): Cd 53.5kg(2) sht hd win Press Box, Bondi Boy 1200m 1:10.63 C’bury 2yo (0sc) Good(4) trk May 2. 10. draM oF delago (M J Dunn) 2f By Delago Deluxe - Alezan Thunder (4:0-10): (Shifted out near 800m.) Cd 55kg(12) 8-3/4 len 7th Pennino(55kg) 1050m 1:02.41 D’ben 2yo Plate Heavy(8) trk April 21. (Jumped awkwardly. Shifted out at start. Blocked for run on straightening.) Cd 55kg(3) 3-3/4 len 5th Sesar(57kg) 1200m 1:08.67 Gold Coast Ken Russell Good(4) trk May 5. 11. don’t douBt lara (S W Kendrick) 2f By Not A Single Doubt - Daralara (FR) (2:1-00): Cd 55kg(6) 6-3/4 len 5th Pennino(55kg) 1050m 1:02.41 D’ben 2yo Plate Heavy(8) trk April 21. Cd 55kg(2) 1/2 len win Jackpot Jay, Champagne Daisy 1100m 1:05.75 Gold Coast 2yo Mdn Heavy(9) trk May 9. 12. axella (M J Dunn) 2f By Stratum Swiss Current (US) (2:1-0-0): (Hampered near 800m. Laid out on straightening.) Cd 55kg(2) 1/2 hd win Magic Mystery, De Lady Deluxe 1010m 59.29 Ballina 2yo Mdn Soft(5) trk Nov 27. Cd 55kg(7) 11-3/4 len 12th Sesar(57kg) 1200m 1:08.67 Gold Coast Ken Russell Good(4) trk May 5. 13. sPirit’s cHoice (M A Kropp) 2f By Spirit Of Boom - Deb’s Choice (3:1-0-0): (Slowly away. Inconvenienced near 600m. Wide throughout.) Cd 52.5kg(6) 3-1/2 len 4th Supersonic Boom(54kg) 860m 48.33 Gatton 2yo Hcp Good(3) trk April 20. (Raced Greenly. Laid in in straight.) Cd 53.5kg(1) 5-1/4 len win Top Luck, Takotsubo 1000m 56.94 Dalby 2yo Hcp Good(3) trk April 28. 14. arcHer’s Paradox (David Murphy) 2f By Golden Archer - Shamsie (2:1-00): Cd 56.5kg(3) 3-1/4 len 7th Pony Power(56.5kg) 900m 51.88 Gold Coast 2yo F Plate Good(4) trk Oct 7. (Left at start. Overraced near 600m. Raced Greenly.) Cd 53.5kg(5) 1-3/4 len win Big Dan The Man, Jabrook 800m 45.46 Ipswich Mdn Good(4) trk May 5. 15. wanna Blue (P & W Hulbert) 2f By Wanted - River Blues (2:1-0-0): (Wide throughout.) Cd 55kg(11) 19-3/4 len Last Pennino(55kg) 1050m 1:02.41 D’ben 2yo Plate Heavy(8) trk April 21. (Laid out concluding stages.) Cd 55kg(8) 2-1/2 len win Tullio, Alloraine 1000m 57.98 Ipswich 2yo Mdn Good(4) trk May 5. 16. green (T R Martin) 2f By Denman - Gullible (1:0-0-0): (Wide throughout. Caused interference. Rider charged with careless riding.) Cd 54.5kg(4) 5-1/4 len 5th Gem Song(58kg) 1100m 1:05.42 R’hill 2yo Hcp Good(4) trk May 5. 17. MayBe Markle (Steven O’Dea) 2f By Denman - Queenie (NZ) (2:0-0-0): (Slowly away. Eased near 800m. Hampered near 600m.) Cd 55kg(12) 14-1/4 len 11th Shamurt(55kg) 1050m 1:02.08 D’ben 2yo Hcp Soft(7) trk Mar 24. (Inconvenienced at start. Lost a plate.) Cd 55kg(10) 2 len 4th Granny Red Shoes(55kg) 1000m 59.01 Sunshine Coast 2yo Mdn Good(4) trk April 27.

Race 5

1050m

1.40

1. gun case (D K Weir) 7g By War Pass (US) - Brief Embrace (31:12-1-6): (Rider lost whip.) Cd 57kg(6) 2-1/2 len 3/4 len 3rd Jungle Edge(59kg), Thermal Current 1000m 58.82 Sandown-Hillside Open Hcp Heavy(9) trk Dec 2. (Stewards queried run.) Cd 58kg(5) 3-3/4 len 6th Malibu Style(54.5kg) 1000m 56.80 F’ton Open Hcp Good(4) trk May 5. 2. savanna aMour (Chris Meagher) 4m By Love Conquers All - Savanna La Mar (NZ) (14:6-1-2): (Blocked for run near 400m.) Cd 59kg(6) sht 1/2 hd 2nd Lyuba(55kg) 1100m 1:03.29 F’ton 4yo+ M Sprint Good(3) trk Nov 4. 3-3/4 len 7th Cool Passion 990m Cranbourne Training Barrier Trial Good(4) trk April 23. 3. in His stride (R G Lipp) 5g By Rothesay - In Her Shoes (46:6-8-4): (Hampered early on. Blocked for run on straightening. Shifted out near 200m.) Cd 54kg(3) 3/4 len 2nd Gracida(54kg) 1050m 1:01.80 D’ben Open Hcp Soft(6) trk Mar 31. Cd 54kg(2) 1-1/4 len win Hi I’m Back, Tisani Tomso 1200m 1:12.17 D’ben Ascot Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 21. 4. nieta (John Thompson) 5m By Nicconi - Brookton Flash (20:6-1-4): (Blocked for run near 200m.) Cd 54kg(6) len 4th Spright(53kg) 1200m 1:10.85 R’hill Star Kingdom Good(4) trk Mar 31. Cd 54kg(15) 3 len 7th Quilista(55kg) 1200m 1:09.38 R’wick Sapphire Stks Good(4) trk April 14.

5. irisH constaBulary (J G Symons & S Laxon) 9g By Flying Spur - Irish Truce (32:98-2): (Wide throughout.) Cd 54kg(11) 6-3/4 len 7th Most Important(59.5kg) 1400m 1:22.43 Sunshine Coast S. Coast Cup Good(4) trk Jan 27. Cd 59kg(3) 1-3/4 len win Grunderzeit, Saipan 1000m 59.46 Sunshine Coast Open Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 22. 6. Hi i’M Back (T J Gollan) 6g By Sequalo - Cindest (28:7-9-1): Cd 54kg(13) 2-3/4 len 2nd Amanaat(54kg) 1200m 1:10.95 Toowoomba Weetwood Hcp Good(3) trk April 7. Cd 54kg(11) 1-1/4 len 2nd In His Stride(54kg) 1200m 1:12.17 D’ben Ascot Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 21. 7. ProMPt return (A J Edmonds) 5g By Beneteau - Prompt (25:7-2-2): Cd 54kg(7) 7-1/4 len 11th Burning Passion(54.5kg) 1200m 1:09.60 D’ben W.J. Healy Good(4) trk June 24. (Slowly away.) Cd 58kg(1) 1-3/4 len 4th Guard Of Honour(57kg) 900m 49.75 Gold Coast Bat Out Of Hell Good(4) trk May 5. 8. gracida (David Vandyke) 6h By Conatus - Cindy Kate (24:8-7-1): (Pre race incident. Passed fit at barrier.) Cd 56.5kg(5) 4-1/2 len 7th Ringo’s A Rockstar(54kg) 1000m 57.13 Sunshine Coast Hcp Good(4) trk April 14. Cd 58.5kg(4) sht nk 2nd Beat Street(54kg) 1200m 1:12.11 Sunshine Coast Open Hcp Good(4) trk April 29. 9. kHalaMa (T J Gollan) 5m By Starspangledbanner - Sevruga (22:62-3): Cd 54kg(2) 5-3/4 len 9th Secret Agenda(60kg) 1000m 57.53 F’ton Ata/ Bob Hoysted Good(3) trk Mar 3. (Slowly away.) Cd 54kg(9) 3-1/4 len 6th Guard Of Honour(57kg) 900m 49.75 Gold Coast Bat Out Of Hell Good(4) trk May 5. 10. tiyatrolani (T J Gollan) 4m By Captain Sonador - Tiyatro (14:4-1-1): (Jumped awkwardly. Inconvenienced early on.) Cd 54kg(5) 3-3/4 len 4th Gracida(54kg) 1050m 1:01.80 D’ben Open Hcp Soft(6) trk Mar 31. (Wide throughout.) Cd 54kg(14) 3/4 len 1/2 len 3rd Guard Of Honour(57kg), Snoopy 900m 49.75 Gold Coast Bat Out Of Hell Good(4) trk May 5. 11. sPurcraFt (C J White) 4g By Jet Spur Carnivale Queen (6:4-0-2): (Inconvenienced at start.) Cd 59kg(3) 10-3/4 len win Amelia Jane, Evamac 1000m 58.64 Toowoomba Hcp (C2) Soft(5) trk April 21. Cd 58kg(5) 5-1/2 len win Real Cute, Mini Meld 1100m 1:03.06 Ipswich Hcp (C4) Good(4) trk May 5. 12. colosiMo (Steven O’Dea) 3f By Foxwedge - Take Charge (14:31-3): Cd 54kg(13) 5-3/4 len 12th Invincibella(55.5kg) 1300m 1:15.07 Gold Coast M.M F&M Swp Good(3) trk Jan 13. hd 1/2 nk 3rd Ignite The Light, Stella Ombra 1000m Deagon Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 15. 13. stellarcraFt (David Murphy) 7g By Starcraft (NZ) - Alborada (48:6-5-10): (Slowly away.) Cd 58.5kg(6) 3/4 len 5th Rocky Nugget(55.5kg) 1200m 1:12.91 Beaudesert E&G (Bm65) Soft(6) trk April 25. (Jumped awkwardly. Overraced early, middle stages.) Cd 60.5kg(9) len win Tyrannize, Charlee Bear 1010m 59.06 Murwillumbah (Bm60) Soft(5) trk May 7.

Race 6

1200m

2.20

1. cHauFFeur (Brad Widdup) 3c By Snitzel - Mirror Mirror (10:1-2-1): (Jumped awkwardly. Weakened noticeably.) Cd 56.5kg(3) 5-1/4 len Last Viridine(56.5kg) 1200m 1:10.24 R’wick Roman Consul Good(3) trk Oct 7. len 2nd To Excess 1000m Wyong Barrier Trial Soft(7) trk May 7. 2. eQual Balance (Kurt Goldman) 3g By Hinchinbrook - Equivalence (8:3-1-1): (Poor post-race recovery.) Cd 58.5kg(2) 3-1/4 len Last Pendeloque(52.5kg) 1100m 1:02.82 R’wick 3yo (Bm75) Good(4) trk Dec 30. (Slowly away.) Cd 61kg(7) 1/2 nk win Makahu Boy, Mossman Gorge 1000m 58.45 Wagga Hcp (C3) Soft(5) trk May 4. 3. tHe Bostonian (A W Pike) 3g By Jimmy Choux (NZ) - Keepa Cheval (NZ) (6:3-1-0): (Struck interference near turn. Clipped heels. Blundered near 400m.) Cd 56.5kg(8) 2-1/2 len 5th Sumstreetsumwhere(56.5kg) 1400m 1:24.74 Te Rapa J & A Sarten Slow(7) trk Oct 23. (Blundered at start. Checked near 1400m. Tightened for room.) Cd 56.5kg(4) 11-1/4 len 6th Embellish(56.5kg) 1600m 1:34.80 Riccarton Park Nz 2000 Guineas Good(3) trk Nov 11. 4. daZZling red (T J Sears) 3g By Red Dazzler - More Than Sharp (10:3-2-0): (Blundered at start.) Cd 58kg(12) 5-1/4 len 7th Femme Fireball(54kg) 1200m 1:09.21 Gold Coast 3yo Open Hcp Firm(2) trk Dec 23. Cd 56kg(1) 7-1/2 len 5th Miss Exfactor(58kg) 900m 52.76 Gold Coast 3yo Hcp Heavy(8) trk May 9. 5. ZukaZ (S W Kendrick) 3g By I Am Invincible - Zabeeler (16:3-0-2): (Slowly away. Checked near 800m. Blocked for run near turn.) Cd 55kg(8) 4-3/4 len 8th Bat A Kat(56kg) 1200m 1:09.48 Gold Coast 3yo Hcp Good(4) trk Jan 6. Cd 54kg(6) 6 len 4th Spurcraft(58kg) 1100m 1:03.06 Ipswich Hcp (C4) Good(4) trk May 5. 6. scalloPini (Steven O’Dea) 3g By Snitzel - Rose Of Mulan (4:2-1-0): Cd 57.5kg(4) len 2nd Inspired Estelle(57kg) 1200m 1:09.33 D’ben Plate (C2) Good(3) trk Jan 10. 3/4 len 2nd Cooroi Chase 800m E Farm Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk April 10. 7. ProM Queen (K & L Rae & K WilliamsTuhoro) 3f By Super Easy (NZ) - Finishing School (13:8-0-1): Cd 58.5kg(8) 1/2 len 5th Malambo(56.5kg) 1200m 1:11.78 Te Rapa 3yo Swp Dead(6) trk April 14. (Tightened for room. Struck interference near 100m. Became unbalanced.) Cd 54.5kg(13) 7-1/4 len 11th Power O’Hata(54.5kg) 1200m 1:10.06 Te Rapa Cambridge Breed Dead(6) trk April 28. 8. Fox swiFt (C Maher) 3f By Foxwedge Runway Runaway (11:2-3-0): Cd 58kg(9) 1-3/4 len 5th Over Exposure(59.5kg) 1200m 1:11.26 M’ville 3yo (Bm70) Soft(6) trk April 14. Cd 56kg(5) 1/2 nk 2nd Sedition(55kg) 1200m 1:11.51 R’hill 3yo (Bm77) Good(4) trk May 5. 9. cHaMP elect (Chris Munce) 3f By Choisir - Champalou (6:3-0-0): (Checked early on.) Cd 55kg(10) 26-3/4 len 17th Melody Belle(55kg) 1400m 1:25.66 E Farm Sires’ Produce Heavy(8) trk May 27. Cd 57.5kg(2) 1-1/2 len win Peking Road, Wonder Boom 1000m 58.21 Sunshine Coast (Bm70) Good(4) trk May 6. 10. villa carlotta (K A Lees) 3f By Street Cry (IR) - Florentina (7:1-0-1): (Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities.) Cd 56.5kg(3) 6-1/2 len 8th Chapelco(57kg) 1350m 1:20.32 Beaumont Hcp (C2) Good(3) trk Sept 5. (Slowly away. Overraced early, middle stages. Vetted - no abnormalities.) Cd 58.5kg(2) 5-1/4 len 4th Can’t Find Snippy(57kg) 1000m 56.93 Kembla Grange Hcp (C2) Good(3) trk Feb 6.

11. winter Bride (A J Edmonds) 3f By Not A Single Doubt - Amberino (10:3-40): (Wide throughout. Lost a plate.) Cd 55kg(10) 4-1/2 len 6th Sista Act(54kg) 1000m 57.17 Sunshine Coast 3yo Hcp Good(4) trk Jan 27. sht nk 2nd Exceedingly 1000m Gold Coast Barrier Trial Good(4) trk May 1. 12. aBsolutlyPositivly (B & D Guy) 3f By Sepoy - Absolute Dream (10:4-0-1): (Jumped awkwardly. Eased near 800m. Eased near turn.) Cd 54.5kg(3) 2-1/4 len 3/4 len 3rd Yarrapower(58kg), Jetsonic 1050m 1:01.87 D’ben (Bm75) Soft(7) trk April 21. (3 Wide. Hung in in straight.) Cd 55kg(10) 9-1/4 len 8th Champagne Cuddles(55kg) 1200m 1:07.65 Gold Coast Gold Coast Gnea Good(4) trk May 5. 13. te aMo (A J Edmonds) 3f By Not A Single Doubt - Je T’aime (8:2-1-3): Cd 59kg(8) 3-3/4 len win Our Netbank, Trust Issues 1200m 1:12.21 Ipswich F&M Mdn Soft(5) trk Mar 28. Cd 57.5kg(11) 1-1/4 len win Lady Micaela, Roses Of Joy 1200m 1:10.27 Ipswich F&M Hcp (65) Good(4) trk April 11. 14. Meikas (R L Heathcote) 3f By Show A Heart - Tiger Cat (GB) (8:1-3-1): Cd 55kg(1) 4 len 2nd Whypeeo(57kg) 1050m 1:01.96 D’ben Mick Dittman Heavy(8) trk April 21. (Overraced middle stages.) Cd 55kg(7) 9-3/4 len 10th Champagne Cuddles(55kg) 1200m 1:07.65 Gold Coast Gold Coast Gnea Good(4) trk May 5. 15. divine Messenger (T J Gollan) 3f By Star Witness - Ladys Angel (8:1-1-1): (Inconvenienced near turn.) Cd 55kg(12) 4-3/4 len 4th Whypeeo(57kg) 1050m 1:01.96 D’ben Mick Dittman Heavy(8) trk April 21. (Inconvenienced near 1000m.) Cd 57.5kg(4) nk 1-1/4 len 3rd Cooroi Chase(58kg), Soxey 1100m 1:06.40 Gold Coast F&M Hcp (C2) Heavy(8) trk May 9. 16. Boasting (Ms K Doughty) 3f By Bradbury’s Luck - Moppett (5:2-0-1): Cd 56kg(4) 2-1/2 len 4th Te Amo(57.5kg) 1200m 1:10.27 Ipswich F&M Hcp (65) Good(4) trk April 11. (Hung in near 200m.) Cd 56kg(8) lg nk win Showus Ya Diamonds, Allena 1200m 1:13.55 Beaudesert F&M (Bm65) Soft(6) trk April 25. 17. unlikely story (T J Gollan) 3g By Star Witness - Sister Phenomenon (3:1-11): (Checked early stages.) Cd 59kg(3) sht hd 1/2 len 3rd Mail Escort(58kg), Magic Lad 1000m 57.16 Ipswich Mdn Good(4) trk April 18. Cd 59kg(2) 2-1/4 len win Bluebrook, Our Momento 1100m 1:06.89 Toowoomba Mdn Hcp Good(4) trk May 2. 18. tolai Meri (Louise White) 3f By Bradbury’s Luck - Pekan Flight (7:1-1-1): Cd 57.5kg(4) 1/2 len win Soul Secrets, May I Say 1400m 1:25.41 Sunshine Coast 3yo F Mdn Good(4) trk Feb 18. (3 Wide.) Cd 57kg(10) 2-3/4 len 5th Mewstone Rock(57.5kg) 1200m 1:12.35 Sunshine Coast F&M Cl1 Good(4) trk April 27.

Race 7

1350m

3.00

1. ulMann (D K Weir) 6g By Sebring Darsini (31:7-4-3): (Overraced during race. Stewards queried run. Blocked for run near 100m.) Cd 59kg(7) 2-1/4 len 6th Silverstream(57kg) 1400m 1:24.32 Ascot A.J. Scahill Good(4) trk Dec 16. (Blocked for run in straight.) Cd 60kg(13) 1-3/4 len 6th Handsome Thief(54kg) 1200m 1:11.09 Warrnambool Wangoom Hcp Soft(5) trk May 2. 2. cHarlie Boy (T J Gollan) 7g By Myboycharlie (IR) - Maritime (41:5-5-4): Cd 59kg(5) 4-1/4 len 8th In His Stride(54kg) 1200m 1:12.17 D’ben Ascot Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 21. Cd 59kg(6) 1/2 nk nk 3rd Dreams Aplenty(54.5kg), Aqua Vite 1400m 1:21.40 Gold Coast Gold Coast Cup Good(4) trk May 5. 3. Mr sneaky (Anthony Freedman) 4g By High Chaparral (IR) - Danesty (19:56-2): Cd 59kg(8) 3-3/4 len 6th Brave Smash(59kg) 1400m 1:23.16 C’field Futurity Stakes Good(3) trk Feb 24. (Laid in in straight.) Cd 58.5kg(10) 4-3/4 len 9th In His Stride(54kg) 1200m 1:12.17 D’ben Ascot Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 21. 4. MoHer (James Cummings) 5g By Lonhro - An Chlais (31:7-4-5): (Inquiry into performance.) Cd 60kg(6) 4-1/2 len 7th Tribal Wisdom(53kg) 1400m 1:21.21 R’wick 3yo+ (Bm99) Good(3) trk April 21. (Overraced early, middle stages. Inconvenienced near 100m.) Cd 57.5kg(1) 1-3/4 len 5th Dreams Aplenty(54.5kg) 1400m 1:21.40 Gold Coast Gold Coast Cup Good(4) trk May 5. 5. Bassett (M G Price) 5g By Savabeel Fledgling (NZ) (29:5-2-5): Cd 54.5kg(10) 1-1/4 len 4th Sprightly Lass(54kg) 1100m 1:03.40 C’field Bel Esprit Stks Good(3) trk April 21. Cd 56kg(9) 1/2 len lg nk 3rd Handsome Thief(54kg), Stellar Collision 1200m 1:11.09 Warrnambool Wangoom Hcp Soft(5) trk May 2. 6. sniPPets land (P & P Snowden) 7g By Snippetson - Seduction Line (42:6-57): (Jumped awkwardly.) Cd 59.5kg(1) 4-3/4 len 8th Tribal Wisdom(53kg) 1400m 1:21.21 R’wick 3yo+ (Bm99) Good(3) trk April 21. (Blocked for run in straight. Laid out throughout.) Cd 57kg(3) 2-1/2 len 7th Dreams Aplenty(54.5kg) 1400m 1:21.40 Gold Coast Gold Coast Cup Good(4) trk May 5. 7. tougHertHantHerest (C J Waller) 4g By Street Boss (US) - De Prima Ballerina (NZ) (12:6-1-4): Cd 54kg(10) sht hd win Coolring, Snippets Land 1400m 1:21.70 Canberra National Sprint Good(4) trk Mar 11. (Laid in near 200m.) Cd 57kg(1) sht nk win Special Missile, Serene Miss 1350m 1:20.68 R’hill 3yo+ (Bm94) Good(4) trk May 5. 8. cantBuyBetter (Ben Currie) 6g By Casino Prince - Lingerie Girl (30:9-4-4): Cd 55kg(4) 3-3/4 len 5th Someday(54kg) 1600m 1:35.29 D’ben Bernborough Hcp Good(4) trk Dec 30. (Stewards queried run. Vetted - no abnormalities.) Cd 59.5kg(9) 7-3/4 len 10th Aqua Vite(54kg) 1800m 1:48.11 Gold Coast (Bm90) Good(3) trk Jan 6. 9. Privlaka (R L Heathcote) 5g By Mossman - Endearment (29:7-5-2): (Jumped awkwardly. Lost Ground.) Cd 58kg(7) 3-1/2 len 6th Ringo’s A Rockstar(54kg) 1000m 57.13 Sunshine Coast Hcp Good(4) trk April 14. Cd 58.5kg(4) 2-1/2 len 5th Impending(58.5kg) 1200m 1:10.06 D’ben Victory Stks Good(4) trk April 28. 10. outraged (K M Schweida) 6g By Choisir - Saigon Moonlight (NZ) (57:10-14-4): Cd 59kg(4) 3-3/4 len 4th Morendi(54.5kg) 2200m 2:16.66 D’ben Open Hcp Good(4) trk Feb 10. 3-1/2 len Last Wildflower 1200m Deagon Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 15.

11. ruettiger (Ben Currie) 6g By Duporth - Be Inspired (35:5-3-8): Cd 54.5kg(3) 9-1/2 len 10th In His Stride(54kg) 1200m 1:12.17 D’ben Ascot Hcp Heavy(8) trk April 21. Cd 54.5kg(2) 2-1/4 len 6th Dreams Aplenty(54.5kg) 1400m 1:21.40 Gold Coast Gold Coast Cup Good(4) trk May 5. 12. i’M a riPPa (T J Gollan) 4g By Love Conquers All - Derippa (23:5-6-4): Cd 55kg(10) 1-1/2 len 2nd Old North(56.5kg) 1350m 1:18.71 D’ben Open Hcp Good(4) trk Feb 10. Cd 59kg(11) 1-1/2 len 1-3/4 len 3rd Tyzone(58.5kg), Wild ‘n’ Famous 1200m 1:08.50 Gold Coast (Bm85) Good(4) trk May 5. 13. test tHe world (Bjorn Baker) 4m By Testa Rossa - Worldly (13:6-4-2): Cd 57.5kg(1) 2-1/2 len 2nd Anatola(56.5kg) 1200m 1:08.03 R’wick 3yo+ (Bm85) Good(3) trk April 21. (Ran wide early stages.) Cd 55kg(7) 1-3/4 len 2nd Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5. 14. go nicHolas (Ms S Hale) 6g By Danroad - Witches Britches (NZ) (24:57-4): Cd 59.5kg(5) 1/2 len nose 3rd Ugo Foscolo(59kg), Tomelilla 1400m 1:24.23 Te Rapa Open Hcp Dead(6) trk April 14. (Slowly away.) Cd 57kg(4) 3/4 len 2nd Scandalo(55.5kg) 1400m 1:22.76 Hastings Open Hcp Dead(5) trk April 28. 15. Magstock (K M Schweida) 5g By Tavistock (NZ) - Magravine (20:4-5-3): (Carried wide at start. Tightened for room. Struck interference near 400m.) Cd 52kg(5) 4-1/2 len 2nd Nova Strike(55kg) 1700m 1:42.87 Singapore Colonial Chief Synthetic trk Dec 3. 3/4 len 4th Namib 1200m Deagon Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 15.

Race 8

2000m

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1. IT’s sOMEwhaT (8) 59 James Cummings (agnes Banks) 7 b g dynaformer (US) – Sometime (IR). royal blue Career record 39:9-3-9 wins 1300 (1) 1408 (1) 1436 (1) 1500 (2) 1600 (1) 1800 (1) 2000 (2) Prizemoney $3,363,624 5Th, 09dec17 2L Ascot (G 1) mm-Kingston Town Classic 1800m 59 (b Avdulla 11) 13, Weight for age, 1:49.50 (Last 600m 35.68), Good(4), Pounamu 59 1, material man 59 2, Achernar Star 52 3, btg $7.00, $7.50, $7.00 4th to 800m, 3rd turn. 6Th, 21Apr18 3.1L Randwick (G 1) All Aged Stakes 1400m 59 (T Clark 1) 10, Weight for age, 1:20.33 ((track record) Last 600m 33.88), Good(3), Trapeze Artist 56.5 1, Le Romain 59 2, Showtime 56.5 3, btg $26.00, $16.00, $21.00 8th to turn. 9Th, 05may18 6.3L Gold Coast (metro) (G 2) A.d. Hollindale Stakes 1800m 59 (d J browne 13) 13, Weight for age, 1:46.83 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), oregon’s day 57 1, Tom melbourne 59 2, man of His Word 59 3, btg $4.80, $8.00 8th settling, 4th 1200m, 2nd to turn. Ran wide early, middle stages.

2. COMIN’ ThROUgh (13) 59 C J waller (gold Coast) 4 b g Fastnet Rock – mica’s Pride. yellow, white checked sash, checked sleeves and cap Career record 16:5-2-3 wins 1400 (3) 1500 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $1,268,550 2ND, 07Apr18 2L, 1/2 nck Randwick (G 1) doncaster mile 1600m 51.5 (T Clark 7) 16, Lim 49, 1:33.17 ((race record) Last 600m 35.52), Good(4), Happy Clapper 57 1, Arbeitsam 51 inc 1 over 3, d’Argento 51 inc 2 over 4, btg $15.00, $21.00 7th settling, 5th turn. Slowly away. Wide throughout. Laid in in straight. 5Th, 14Apr18 5.4L Randwick (G 1) Queen elizabeth Stks 2000m 59 (m J Walker 2) 10, Weight for age, 2:01.65 (Last 600m 34.32), Good(4), Winx 57 1, Gailo Chop 59 2, Happy Clapper 59 3, btg $41.00, $51.00 4th settling, 5th to 800m, 6th turn. blocked for run near turn. 6Th, 05may18 2.8L Gold Coast (metro) (G 2) A.d. Hollindale Stakes 1800m 59 (R Fradd 4) 13, Weight for age, 1:46.83 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), oregon’s day 57 1, Tom melbourne 59 2, man of His Word 59 3, btg $3.00, $3.50, $3.00 (fav). 4th settling, 6th to 800m, 5th turn. overraced early stages. 3 Wide.

3. aMBITIOUs (7) 59 anthony Freedman (Mornington) 6 bl/br h deep Impact (JP) – Carnival Song (JP). navy blue, pale yellow spots, halved sleeves, quartered cap Career record 19:5-3-2 wins 1600 (2) 1800 (1) 2000 (2) Prizemoney $3,323,066 9Th, 10mar18 4.2L Flemington (G 1) Australian Cup 2000m 59 (d Lane 12) 12, Weight for age, 2:00.46 (Last 600m 34.78), Good(3), Harlem 59 1, Gailo Chop 59 2, Ventura Storm 59 3, btg $21.00 11th settling, Last turn. 2ND, 31mar18 1.3L, 1/2 hd Rosehill (G 1) Kia Tancred Stakes 2400m 59 (C Williams 3) 9, Weight for age, 2:30.11 (Last 600m 36.16), Good(4), Almandin 59 1, Who Shot Thebarman 59 3, Gailo Chop 59 4, btg $21.00 5th settling, 6th 1200m, 4th 800m, 3rd turn. Checked near 600m. 8Th, 14Apr18 12.2L Randwick (G 1) Queen elizabeth Stks 2000m 59 (C Williams 7) 10, Weight for age, 2:01.65 (Last 600m 34.32), Good(4), Winx 57 1, Gailo Chop 59 2, Happy Clapper 59 3, btg $31.00 6th to 800m, 3rd turn. Inquiry into performance. Ran wide middle stages. Lost a plate.

4. TOM MElBOURNE (9) 59 C J waller (gold Coast) 7 b g dylan Thomas (IR) – Roshanak (IR). navy blue and gold hoops, white sleeves and cap Career record 30:5-10-2 wins 1717 (1) 1800 (1) 2000 (1) 2012 (1) 2100 (1) Prizemoney $1,121,148 5Th, 07Apr18 2.6L Randwick (G 1) doncaster mile 1600m 52 (K mc evoy 14) 16, Lim 49, 1:33.17 ((race record) Last 600m 35.52), Good(4), Happy Clapper 57 1, Comin’ Through 51.5 2, Arbeitsam 51 inc 1 over 3, btg $15.00, $16.00, $15.00 9th settling, 2nd turn. 8Th, 21Apr18 3.5L Randwick (G 1) All Aged Stakes 1400m 59 (K mc evoy 4) 10, Weight for age, 1:20.33 ((track record) Last 600m 33.88), Good(3), Trapeze Artist 56.5 1, Le Romain 59 2, Showtime 56.5 3, btg $8.50, $8.00, $8.50 6th settling, 5th turn. Inquiry into performance. Vetted - no abnormalities. 2ND, 05may18 1.5L, 0.8L Gold Coast (metro) (G 2) A.d. Hollindale Stakes 1800m 59 (C W brown 3) 13, Weight for age, 1:46.83 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), oregon’s day 57 1, man of His Word 59 3, Satono Rasen 59 4, btg $5.00, $6.50 3rd settling, led 1200m, 3rd to turn.

5. ONE FOOT IN hEavEN (10) 59 C J waller (gold Coast) 6 b r Fastnet Rock – Pride (FR). royal blue, white stars, diamond cap Career record 19:6-2-3 wins 1900 (1) 2200 (1) 2400 (4) Prizemoney $795,376 3RD, 15oct17 2.5L Fr - Chantilly (G 2) Prix du Conseil de Paris 2400m 58 (C Soumillon 3) 4, Weight for age, 2:32.13 , Soft, Traffic Jam 56.5 1, Stimulation 55 2, Soleil marin 56 4, btg $2.20 (fav). . 6Th, 31mar18 6L Rosehill (G 3) neville Sellwood Stakes 2000m 56.5 (d oliver 2) 11, Set wts with pen, 2:04.37 (Last 600m 34.80), Good(4), Arbeitsam 55 1, maurus 55 2, Almost Court 55 3, btg $3.50, $4.20 (eq fav). 7th settling, 8th turn. Lame after race. 11Th, 05may18 6.8L Gold Coast (metro) (G 2) A.d. Hollindale Stakes 1800m 59 (m Cahill 11) 13, Weight for age, 1:46.83 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), oregon’s day 57 1, Tom melbourne 59 2, man of His Word 59 3, btg $21.00, $26.00 Last to 800m, 12th turn. Slowly away.

6. MaN OF hIs wORD (1) 59 Bruce hill (gold Coast) 5 b g Lope de Vega (IR) – mandalina. black, gold star, checked sleeves Career record 33:6-6-4 wins 1200 (2) 1300 (1) 1350 (1) 1500 (1) 1600 (1) Prizemoney $443,590 5Th, 07Apr18 4L Toowoomba (metro) (LR) Audi Centre Toowoomba Weetwood 1200m 55 (b n Stewart 6) 14, Lim 54, 1:10.95 ((track record) Last 600m 35.01), Good(3), Amanaat 54 1, Hi I’m back 54 2, Jumbo Prince 57 3, btg $9.00, $8.00, $9.00 11th to turn. 5Th, 21Apr18 1L doomben (LR) Ascot Tails Stakes 1600m 55.5 (b n Stewart 10) 15, Lim 54, 1:39.88 (Last 600m 36.65), Heavy(8), With A Promise 54 1, mr epic 54 2, Pelethronius 54 3, btg $8.50, $12.00 7th to 1200m, 8th 800m, 7th turn. 3RD, 05may18 1.5L, 0.8L Gold Coast (metro) (G 2) A.d. Hollindale Stakes 1800m 59 (b n Stewart 10) 13, Weight for age, 1:46.83 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), oregon’s day 57 1, Tom melbourne 59 2, Satono Rasen 59 4, btg $71.00, $51.00 9th to 1200m, 10th 800m, 8th turn. Laid in on straightening. eased in straight.

7. saTONO RasEN (4) 59 C J waller (gold Coast) 6 b h deep Impact (JP) – Toupie (Gb). pink, yellow maltese cross and cap Career record 23:3-6-4 wins 2000 (2) 2200 (1) Prizemoney $2,211,201 8Th, 01oct17 4L Jap - Hanshin (LR) Port Island Stakes 1600m 57 (S Akiyama 10) 13, Spec weights, 1:33 , Firm, moon Crest 56 1, meiner Honey 56 2, Kyohei 54 3, btg (fav). 9th to turn. 9Th, 21Apr18 5.3L Randwick (G 1) All Aged Stakes 1400m 59 (b Shinn 6) 10, Weight for age, 1:20.33 ((track record) Last 600m 33.88), Good(3), Trapeze Artist 56.5 1, Le Romain 59 2, Showtime 56.5 3, btg $31.00 Last to turn. Jumped awkwardly. 4Th, 05may18 2.5L Gold Coast (metro) (G 2) A.d. Hollindale Stakes 1800m 59 (G Colless 2) 13, Weight for age, 1:46.83 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), oregon’s day 57 1, Tom melbourne 59 2, man of His Word 59 3, btg $21.00, $26.00 7th settling, 8th to 800m, 9th turn. blocked for run near turn. blocked for run on straightening. blocked for run concluding stages.

8. lIFE lEss ORDINaRy (12) 59 C J waller (Rosehill) 6 b g Thewayyouare (US) – dont Cross Tina (IR). white, green sleeves, red cap Career record 29:7-9-2 wins 1800 (2) 1905 (1) 2000 (1) 2336 (1) 2816 (1) 3219 (1) Prizemoney $368,813 3RD, 31mar18 1L, 1.3L Caulfield (G 3) easter Cup 2000m 54 (d Lane 1) 9, Lim 54, 2:01.72 (Last 600m 35.76), Good(3), Shoreham 54 1, odeon 55.5 2, berisha 55.5 4, btg $5.00, $6.50, $4.20 4th settling, 5th 800m, 4th turn. wON, 25Apr18 2L, 1.3L Flemington open 1800m 58 (d dunn 3) 11, Lim 54, 1:48.99 (Last 600m 33.49), Good(4), Jacquinot bay 57.5 2, Tatoosh 52 3, Quick defence 54 4, btg $4.80, $5.00 8th to 800m, 5th turn. Slowly away. wON, 04may18 4.3L, 1/2 nck Wagga (LR) bendigo bank Wagga Gold Cup 2000m 57.5 (T Angland 1) 13, Lim 54, 2:03.97 (Last 600m 35.59), Soft(5), Self Sense 56.5 2, montauk 57.5 3, The Getaway 54 4, btg $1.90, $1.70 (fav). 8th settling, 7th to 800m, 2nd turn.

9. vIOlaTE (11) 59 Brent stanley (sutton grange) 4 ch h Sebring – Shantha’s Girl. silver, aqua seams, cloud 9 logo Career record 25:2-5-4 wins 1100 (1) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $293,500 8Th, 31mar18 2.2L Caulfield (G 3) Victoria Hcp 1400m 54 (C newitt 7) 16, Lim 54, 1:22.47 (Last 600m 35.28), Good(3), Widgee Turf 55 1, Turnitaround 56.5 2, Ken’s dream 55 3, btg $17.00 13th settling, 15th 800m, Last turn. 10Th, 21Apr18 1.8L doomben (LR) Ascot Tails Stakes 1600m 54 (L V Cassidy 5) 15, Lim 54, 1:39.88 (Last 600m 36.65), Heavy(8), With A Promise 54 1, mr epic 54 2, Pelethronius 54 3, btg $5.50, $6.00 10th to 1200m, 9th 800m, 10th turn. Jumped awkwardly. Lost Ground. Shifted in near 1200m. 12Th, 05may18 8.3L Gold Coast (metro) (G 2) A.d. Hollindale Stakes 1800m 59 (J Winks 8) 13, Weight for age, 1:46.83 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), oregon’s day 57 1, Tom melbourne 59 2, man of His Word 59 3, btg $51.00, $81.00 11th to 1200m, 12th 800m, 10th turn. Slowly away. Hit rail near 1000m.

10. TRaDEsMaN (3) 59 D K weir (warrnambool) 6 b/br g Trade Fair (Gb) – Virelay. gold, dark blue shamrock, quartered cap Career record 24:8-1-4 wins 1100 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (2) 1650 (1) 1700 (1) 2000 (2) Prizemoney $513,400 4Th, 11mar18 0.7L echuca open 1400m 58.5 (dean Holland 6) 10, Lim 54, 1:23.48 (Last 600m 34.68), Good(3), Glenrowan Prince 57.5 1, Cha Cha King 54 2, Rock Forthe Ladies 55.5 3, btg $3.50, $3.00, $3.20 (fav). 7th settling, 8th turn. blocked for run in straight. 4Th, 14Apr18 3.1L morphettville bm90 1600m 59 (S Cahill 12) 12, Lim 54, 1:37.36 (Last 610m 35.43), Soft(5), Tatoosh 54 1, mihany 58 2, Hussybay 54 3, btg $5.00, $4.60 5th to 1200m, 4th to turn. overraced early on. wON, 01may18 3L, 0.5L Warrnambool open 1700m 59 (J Allen 4) 10, Lim 54, 1:44.87 , Soft(6), Woolsthorpe Store 54 2, mongolian Wolf 56.5 3, Last Wish 54 4, btg $1.80, $1.65, $1.90 (fav). 5th to 800m, 4th turn.

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11. Egg TaRT (6) 57 C J Waller (gold Coast) 4 b m Sebring – mrs Windsor. dark green, red chevrons, dark green chevrons sleeves, red stripe cap Career record 15:6-1-1 Wins 1300 (1) 1400 (1) 1550 (1) 1600 (1) 2010 (1) 2200 (1) Prizemoney $860,240 14TH, 17mar18 3.9L Rosehill (G 1) Coolmore Classic 1500m 55.5 (K mc evoy 3) 17, Lim 50, 1:28.28 (Last 600m 35.41), Good(4), daysee doom 57 1, oregon’s day 51 2, Silent Sedition 57.5 3, btg $4.60, $4.80 (fav). 12th settling, 14th turn. Slowly away. Hampered early stages. eased near 800m. 11TH, 07Apr18 4.5L Randwick (G 1) doncaster mile 1600m 50.5 (C newitt 9) 16, Lim 49, 1:33.17 ((race record) Last 600m 35.52), Good(4), Happy Clapper 57 1, Comin’ Through 51.5 2, Arbeitsam 51 inc 1 over 3, btg $31.00 11th to 800m, 10th turn. Slowly away. 5TH, 05may18 2.7L Gold Coast (metro) (G 2) A.d. Hollindale Stakes 1800m 57 (J Lloyd 5) 13, Weight for age, 1:46.83 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), oregon’s day 57 1, Tom melbourne 59 2, man of His Word 59 3, btg $9.00, $6.00, $6.50 6th settling, 7th to 800m, 6th turn. blocked for run on straightening.

12. OREgON’s Day (2) 57 M g Price (Caulfield) 4 br m domesday – oregon Seal (nZ). white and royal blue spots, royal blue cap Career record 19:4-5-2 Wins 1200 (1) 1400 (1) 1600 (1) 1800 (1) Prizemoney $788,180

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doomben FORM CONTINUED 2ND, 31mar18 lng hd, nck Rosehill (G 2) emancipation Stakes 1500m 55 (m J dee 2) 7, Set wts with pen, 1:31.11 (Last 600m 33.96), Good(4), Prompt Response 57 1, dixie blossoms 57 3, Foxplay 58 4, btg $7.00, $9.00 3rd settling, 4th turn. overraced early stages. 4TH, 14Apr18 2.6L Randwick (G 1) Coolmore Legacy Queen of Turf 1600m 57 (m J dee 12) 17, Weight for age, 1:34.94 (Last 600m 34.84), Good(4), Alizee 54.5 1, Prompt Response 57 2, Heavens Above 57 3, btg $21.00, $26.00 9th to turn. overraced middle stages. WON, 05may18 1.5L, 0.8L Gold Coast (metro) (G 2) A.d. Hollindale Stakes 1800m 57 (J byrne 7) 13, Weight for age, 1:46.83 (Last 600m 33.67), Good(4), Tom melbourne 59 2, man of His Word 59 3, Satono Rasen 59 4, btg $6.00, $6.50, $6.00 5th settling, 3rd 1200m, 4th to turn.

13. abbEy MaRIE (5) 57 M C Kent (Cranbourne) 5 b m Redoute’s Choice – Catshaan. navy blue, white sash, hooped cap Career record 15:3-1-0 Wins 1300 (1) 1440 (1) 2000 (1) Prizemoney $510,370 6TH, 10Feb18 .8 L Caulfield (G 1) C F orr Stakes 1400m 57 (L nolen 3) 13, Weight for age, 1:24.79 (Last 600m 35.62), Good(3), Hartnell 59 1, Single Gaze 57 2, brave Smash 59 3, btg $51.00, $31.00 10th settling, 11th turn. blocked for run in straight. 5TH, 24Feb18 7.9L Caulfield (G 2) Peter Young 1800m 57 (L nolen 9) 9, Weight for age, 1:48.26 (Last 600m 35.40), Good(3), Gailo Chop 59 1, Single Gaze 57 2, Hartnell 59 3, btg $8.00, $9.00 Last to turn. Slowly away. Warning - barrier manners.

5TH, 14Apr18 2.9L Randwick (G 1) Coolmore Legacy Queen of Turf 1600m 57 (d Lane 3) 17, Weight for age, 1:34.94 (Last 600m 34.84), Good(4), Alizee 54.5 1, Prompt Response 57 2, Heavens Above 57 3, btg $21.00, $13.00 8th to turn. Checked near 1000m. blocked for run in straight.

Race 9

1200m

4.20

1. Denmagic (David Pfieffer) 5m By Denman - Magic Zefta (30:2-6-4): (Carried wide near turn.) Cd 58.5kg(2) 4-3/4 len 6th Pecans(54kg) 1600m 1:36.30 Gosford Belle Turf Good(3) trk Dec 28. (Eased early stages.) Cd 53kg(10) 3-1/2 len 6th Glenall(53.5kg) 1100m 1:02.70 Hawkesbury Gold Rush Good(4) trk April 28. 2. anatola (Mark Newnham) 5m By More Than Ready (US) - Wager (18:6-3-4): Cd 56.5kg(3) 2-1/2 len win Test The World, Dissolute 1200m 1:08.03 R’wick 3yo+ (Bm85) Good(3) trk April 21. Cd 54kg(15) 1-3/4 len win Test The World, Sylpheed 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5. 3. notonyourlife (T J Gollan) 6m By Sebring - Defiant (40:6-7-5): Cd 56kg(3) 1/2 len 2nd Don’tbabylon(55.5kg) 1200m 1:09.56 D’ben M.M. Nudgee Good(4) trk Dec 30. (Eased near 800m. Blocked for run near turn. Blocked for run on straightening.) Cd 56.5kg(3) 2-3/4 len 4th Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5.

4. SwamplanD (Henry Dwyer) 4m By Redwood (GB) - Marsh Harbour (NZ) (15:4-4-3): Cd 55kg(11) 1/2 nk 1-1/4 len 3rd Pedrena(55kg), Cool Passion 1400m 1:22.78 F’ton H.K.J.C Stakes Good(3) trk Nov 7. 1/2 len 2-3/4 len 3rd Eschiele, Strykinglee 800m Cranbourne Training Barrier Trial Good(4) trk May 7. 5. Don’tbabylon (M J Dunn) 5m By Reset - Lectures (19:5-4-2): Cd 56kg(9) 6 len 13th Invincibella(55.5kg) 1300m 1:15.07 Gold Coast M.M F&M Swp Good(3) trk Jan 13. len win Weston, Star Rock 1000m Murwillumbah Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 7. 6. ruuD not too (S B Marsh) 5m By Bernardini (US) - Too Many Diamonds (NZ) (22:6-4-1): Cd 57kg(4) 4-1/2 len 7th Miss Wilson(57kg) 1600m 1:35.06 Te Aroha T’bred Breeders Dead(4) trk April 7. sht nk win Tumbler, Fasta Than Light 1000m Deagon Barrier Trial Soft(5) trk May 15. 7. noire (C J Waller) 4m By Foxwedge Valadon (10:5-3-0): Cd 55kg(7) 1-1/2 len 2nd Lanciato(53kg) 1400m 1:22.31 R’wick 3yo+ (Bm94) Good(3) trk Jan 6. nk nose 3rd Luskintyre Lass, Savvan 1050m R’wick Barrier Trial Heavy(8) trk May 15. 8. pomelo (Ms G Markwell) 5m By Lope De Vega (IR) - Tennessee Mischief (14:52-1): Cd 55.5kg(11) 4-1/2 len 8th Serene Miss(55.5kg) 1400m 1:21.80 R’wick Prov. C’ship Good(4) trk April 14. Cd 54.5kg(6) 7-1/4 len 12th Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5.

9. Secret trail (P & P Snowden) 5m By Denman - Trail Of Secrets (23:4-3-3): (Eased near 800m.) Cd 53kg(4) 1/2 len 4th Dothraki(59kg) 1100m 1:03.41 R’hill M McCarten Good(4) trk Mar 17. Cd 54kg(7) 3-1/2 len 7th Sprightly Lass(54kg) 1100m 1:03.40 C’field Bel Esprit Stks Good(3) trk April 21. 10. cryStal fountain (Anthony Freedman) 4m By Stravinsky (US) - Pride Of Tralee (NZ) (9:5-0-1): (Slowly away.) Cd 55kg(4) 1/2 nk win Our Gladiator, Perfect Statue 1100m 1:03.58 C’field 4yo+ M Open Hcp Good(4) trk Mar 31. (Jumped awkwardly. Inconvenienced on straightening. Became unbalanced.) Cd 54kg(12) 7 len 11th Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5. 11. river racer (L G Ross) 4m By Hidden Dragon - Royal Yangtze (18:2-6-3): (Pre race incident. Passed fit at barrier. Wide throughout.) Cd 52.5kg(12) 2-1/4 len win Mr Marbellouz, Oink 1200m 1:12.09 D’ben Plate (C6) Heavy(8) trk April 21. Cd 54kg(2) 3-1/4 len 6th Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5. 12. o’rachael (C J Waller) 4m By Northern Meteor - Guessed (22:3-5-4): Cd 59kg(6) sht nk win The Pinnacle, Moss Trip 1350m 1:20.47 R’hill 3yo+ F&M (Bm80) Good(3) trk Jan 27. (Jumped awkwardly.) Cd 57.5kg(2) nose 2nd Epidemic(54kg) 1100m 1:05.17 R’hill 3yo+ F&M (Bm83) Good(4) trk May 5.

13. of the Day (T J Gollan) 4m By I Am Invincible - Orange Marmalade (NZ) (18:52-2): (Eased near 200m.) Cd 55.5kg(9) 4-1/2 len 10th Hanwritten(57.5kg) 1200m 1:10.10 D’ben Plate (C6) Good(4) trk Feb 10. (Overraced middle stages. Eased near 600m. Blocked for run near turn.) Cd 54kg(8) 4 len 7th Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5. 14. hermoSa beach (Matthew Dale) 7m By Magnus - Pier (US) (31:6-2-6): Cd 54kg(8) 5-1/4 len Last Tougherthantherest(54kg) 1400m 1:21.70 Canberra National Sprint Good(4) trk Mar 11. (Slowly away (2L).) Cd 54kg(5) 3-1/2 len 8th Coolring(55.5kg) 1200m 1:09.43 Wagga Town Plate Good(3) trk May 3. 15. conchita (P M Perry) 4m By Uncle Mo (US) - Royal Dance (22:4-2-0): (Hampered early stages.) Cd 59.5kg(7) 1-3/4 len 5th Resin(58kg) 1200m 1:10.31 W Farm 3yo+ F&M (Bm76) Good(3) trk April 11. (Hampered near 200m.) Cd 59kg(6) 2-1/2 len win Alert By Sea, Zafina 1250m 1:13.63 C’bury 4yo+ M (Bm76) Good(4) trk May 2. 16. SuSpenDerS (S W Kendrick) 4m By Snitzel - Fairchild (18:4-1-0): (Blundered at start.) Cd 55.5kg(7) 6-1/2 len 14th Invincibella(55.5kg) 1300m 1:15.07 Gold Coast M.M F&M Swp Good(3) trk Jan 13. Cd 54kg(1) 7-1/4 len 13th Anatola(54kg) 1200m 1:08.41 Gold Coast Silk Stocking Good(4) trk May 5.

FleMington Saturday 1 george Watson Hall of Fame

1400m 11.40

$100,000. 2yo SW+P. Apprentices cannot claim.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

vASSilAtor c (6) . . . . . . . . . . B Mertens 58 .5 *3 .40 dAlSWinton h (10) . . . . . . . .P Moloney 57 6 .00 BronSki BeAt dw (7) . . . . . . . B Rawiller 57 5 .00 Winning PArtner (1) . . . . . . . . . M Dee 57 4 .60 zoutori h (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A Mallyon 57 17 .00 unFAir diSMiSSAl bh (3) . . . L King (a) 57 11 .00 StArS oF CArruM (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 26 .00 PArAlYzer (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Nolen 57 11 .00 5s2 Mirette (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Childs 55 7 .50 9s7 BlACk lABel lAdY (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 15 .00 bronSKi beat, unfair Dismissal, winning partner, vassilator. 851 36 621 2s4 0s3 6s3 7

2 karasi Hall of Fame trophy

1200m 12.20

$120,000. 3yo Fillies Benchmark 78. Apprentices can claim.

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

8s11 egYPtiAn Bullet d (9) . . . L King (a3) 59 9 .00 2404 regiMen d (10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Noonan 58 .5 5 .00 5836 tWitCHY FrAnk tdn (1) . . E Brown (a2) 57 .5 6 .00 1s21 greY SHAdoW (13) . . . . . . . . . . H Coffey 56 *4 .20 118 iSlAnd dAze d (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . L Nolen 55 .5 7 .00 3144 MiSS vixen (11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Mertens 55 .5 11 .00 9360 tArCoolA SPirit w (8) . . Ms L Meech 55 17 .00 89s1 PrePAre to Win dh (4) . . . . . . . M Dee 54 .5 15 .00 1856 CHAteAu griFFo (12) . . . . . . . J McNeil 54 21 .00 7s14 HYSteriCS (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 26 .00 s224 Jungle queen (3) . . . . . . . . . .P Moloney 54 21 .00 2s1 lAYel w (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N Callow 54 8 .00 215s reMeMBer tHe nAMe h (6) . L Riordan (a3) 54 11 .00 grey ShaDow, egyptian bullet, layel, island Daze.

3 national Hall of Fame Handicap 1600m 12.55 $60,000. Benchmark 78. Apprentices can claim.

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1042 BoxACHoColAteS dwh (8) . M Aitken (a3) 60 6 .50 5s72 guizot dwn (7) . . . . . . . . . . E Brown (a2) 60 11 .00 6965 HiPPArCHuS t (11) . . Ms S Thornton (a2) 60 21 .00 46s6 WAr legend dwh (10) . . . .J Martin (a3) 60 15 .00 5s55 SigA lA vACA d (1) . . . . . . . Z Spain (a2) 59 .5 21 .00 40s0 Mr WonderFul dw (6) . Fred W Kersley (a2) 59 51 .00 2313 notio dwh (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P Moloney 58 *3 .80 s121 AnotHer BullSeYe cdwhn (16) .L Riordan (a3) 57 .5 4 .40 7587 doMino vitAle cdw (14) . . L King (a3) 57 .5 9 .50 4s74 i Boogi dwhn (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 .5 13 .00 2871 lA Fleurette w (15) . . . . . Ms L Meech 57 .5 11 .00 0617 PennY to Sell dw (12) . . . C Robertson 57 17 .00 3s09 zAdon dw (13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J McNeil 56 .5 26 .00 3s42 eClAir CAlling (2) . . . . .C Caserta (a2) 55 .5 7 .50 29s6 zilBiYr w (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Mertens 55 .5 21 .00 1222 SPeArHeAd h (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . C Newitt 54 26 .00 notio, Spearhead, boxachocolates, another bullseye.

Mr race timeS correct at time of publication

4 W.A. ‘Billy’ Smith Hall of Fame 1800m

1.30

$100,000. Benchmark 84. Apprentices can claim.

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4315 CAPtAin duFFY dw (14) .C Caserta (a2) 59 7643 quiCk deFenCe dwhn (8) . . . B Rawiller 59 0s05 CArrAig AonAir whn (6) .Fred W Kersley (a2) 58 10s7 tHe WillYBe w (9) . . . . . L Riordan (a3) 58 0004 JAMinzAH twh (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . L Nolen 56 .5 3830 PriMA dn (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . M Aitken (a3) 56 .5 34s7 JAke’S Hill h (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . C Newitt 55 .5 s920 i AM tHe dArk w (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Fry 55 0431 lAugHing Heir dw (13) . . . . . . . . M Dee 55 6315 BAlCAzAr wn (10) . . . . . . . . . . B Mertens 54 2s80 Four BY Four w (3) . . . . . . . . . J McNeil 54 s062 HArdern (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Holland 54 2790 MidAS MAn wn (11) . . . . . . . . L King (a3) 54 s757 ClAirvAux cdw (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 laughing heir, balcazar, captain Duffy, Quick Defence.

5 Poitrel Hall of Fame trophy

2000m

3 .80 *3 .20 10 .00 13 .00 17 .00 15 .00 13 .00 15 .00 6 .50 10 .00 21 .00 31 .00 34 .00 34 .00

2.10

$120,000. Open. Apprentices can claim.

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

00s2 BooM tiMe td (3) . . . . . . . . . L King (a3) 62 *3 .00 23s6 HigH CHurCH dw (11) . . . . E Brown (a2) 58 .5 13 .00 8003 MontAuk dh (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Nolen 58 .5 17 .00 s053 oBServAtionAl dw (6) . C Caserta (a2) 57 .5 11 .00 0160 dodging BulletS tdwn (10) . Ms L Meech 57 17 .00 s061 tArquin tdwh (12) . . . . . . . . . . . J Childs 55 .5 3 .80 s804 MY nordiC Hero d (7) . . . . . . . . M Dee 54 11 .00 34s5 SeCond Bullet cdhn (5) . . . . N Callow 54 9 .00 s023 HurSleY tdwh (2) . . . . . . . . . . . C Newitt 54 8 .50 0891 lizArd iSlAnd w (4) . . . . . . . B Mertens 54 7 .50 0285 red Alto twn (8) . . . . . . . J Turner (a1 .5) 54 17 .00 8093 CAn’t reFuSe (9) . . . . . . L Riordan (a3) 54 51 .00 hurSley, boom time, high church, Second bullet.

disclaimer 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.

WeAtHer / trACk / rAil

tHe MultiPleS

Track soft (5). Rail is out 3m for the entire circuit. Weather overcast.

dAilY douBle . . . . . . . . .7, 9 FirSt Four . . . ALL RAceS eArlY quAd. . . . . 2, 3, 4, 5 quAdrellA . . . . . 6, 7, 8, 9

6 Hilton nicholas Straight Six

1200m

2.50

$120,000. Listed. Apprentices cannot claim.

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s461 7s20 8s90 7631 s056 18s5 18s7 6660 2s86 s120 7s52 62s2 07s8

riCH CHArM tcdwn (2) . . . . . .P Moloney 59 *2 .40 keen ArrAY cdwn (8) . . . . . . . . J Childs 58 11 .00 derrYn dwh (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . A Mallyon 57 .5 21 .00 MAliBu StYle tdw (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 .5 4 .80 FirSt AMong equAlS dw (9) . . . . . . . . 55 7 .00 ozi CHoiCe tdw (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 10 .00 SuSPenSe dwhn (7) . . . . . . . . . . C Newitt 54 11 .00 tried And tired tdw (12) . . M Aitken (a) 54 17 .00 divine Mr Artie cdn (4) . . . . N Callow 54 17 .00 tYPHoon Jolie dw (5) . . .C Caserta (a) 54 11 .00 Sir donAld w (11) . . . . . . . . . . . J McNeil 54 21 .00 divine quAlitY cdw (13) . . . B Mertens 54 17 .00 knoWABle th (10) . . . . . . . Dean Holland 54 51 .00

rich charm, malibu Style, Divine Quality, Sir Donald.

7 Andrew ramsden Stakes

3200m

3.30

$200,000. Listed. Apprentices cannot claim.

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6112 s214 3511 1271 462L 1812 5574 5842 3113 6443 6351 s083 3223 8348 3576 5704

SelF SenSe dw (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . L Nolen SWACAdeliC twn (11) . . . . . . . . . J Childs CHequered FlAg dw (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . SHerloCk HolMeS tn (10) . . . . . M Dee Sin to Win wh (12) . . . . . . . . . . A Mallyon CHoYSA wn (1) . . . . . . . . . . . Ms K Walters doukHAn w (16) . . . . . . . . . . . . N Callow CHArlevoix thn (7) . . . . . . . . . J McNeil runAWAY th (4) . . . . . . . . . . . B Mertens SlY roMAnCe wn (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big HAMMer wn (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dArABAd (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . roMAneSque w (15) . .Fred W Kersley (a) WeAve wn (14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dooM ‘n’ BooM h (5) . . . . . . .P Moloney CuBAn FigHter wn (13) . . . . . . . . . . . . .

60 57 55 55 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54

6 .00 11 .00 *4 .40 6 .00 9 .00 15 .00 13 .00 8 .00 6 .00 26 .00 21 .00 51 .00 13 .00 51 .00 51 .00 41 .00

8 Colin Hayes AM, oBe Hall of Fame1400m 4.10 $100,000. Open. Apprentices can claim.

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93s5 Pilote d’eSSAi dwh (8) . . . . L King (a3) 60 8 .00 438s killArneY kid tw (4) . . . E Brown (a2) 59 .5 17 .00 24s6 AkAvoroun tcdw (12) . . L Riordan (a3) 58 26 .00 446s lA BellA dioSA dwh (15) .Fred W Kersley (a2) 58 11 .00 13s7 MoSS ‘n’ dAle dw (6) . . . . .J Martin (a3) 58 9 .00 9342 ken’S dreAM twb (11) . . . . . . . B Rawiller 57 4 .40 0559 So Si Bon h (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Childs 56 .5 13 .00 5131 lAnd oF PlentY cdw (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 *2 .80 476s onPiCAlo dw (9) . . . . . . . .C Caserta (a2) 54 .5 9 .00 0s60 YeSterdAY’S SongS cdwh (1) . P Moloney 54 .5 17 .00 224s tHe CHAirMAn twb (10) . . . . . . . M Dee 54 26 .00 0s04 Sir BACCHuS wn (13) . . . . . . . . C Newitt 54 26 .00 s704 toP Me uP cdwh (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 17 .00 94s3 riB eYe (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N Callow 54 21 .00 0338 didnt even kiSS Me d (14) .Ms B Sweeney 54 51 .00 Ken’S Dream, moss ‘n’ Dale, rib eye, land of plenty.

9 Chris Waller Hall of Fame trophy1600m 4.42 $120,000. 3yo. Apprentices can claim.

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cheQuereD flag, Self Sense, runaway, Swacadelic.

1411 iConoClASM t (11) . . . . . . . E Brown (a2) 60 *2 .60 0s12 lord SundoWner wn (5) . . .J Noonan 56 .5 6 .00 15s7 MASCulino w (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . N Callow 56 .5 9 .50 s402 groundBreAk h (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 .5 9 .50 3545 PAlAzzo veCCHio dwn (15) . . B Mertens 54 .5 11 .00 9s08 BroAdBAnd w (13) . . . . . .C Caserta (a2) 54 17 .00 0s51 Free FlY too dwh (8) .Fred W Kersley (a2) 54 17 .00 3110 roSSMAn (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J McNeil 54 21 .00 3303 trulY diSCreet w (16) . . . . . . . . M Dee 54 9 .50 3243 tBiliSi h (14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L King (a3) 54 11 .00 51 denero n (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B Park 54 21 .00 9s1 StrAtuM on Fire n (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 31 .00 s433 WouldA tHougHt So (6) . . A Mallyon 54 21 .00 4s74 diAMond BoW (10) . . . . . . . . . C Newitt 54 15 .00 3219 keYSor d (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ms L Meech 54 13 .00 32s3 oWn SWeet WAY b (3) . . Dean Holland 54 41 .00 iconoclaSm, lord Sundowner, rossman, masculino.

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.

MorPHettville Saturday 1 Heineken 3 Port Adelaide Cup 2500m

12.31

$150,000. Quality Listed. Apprentices cannot claim.

1 2 3 4 5 6

s801 9065 2146 s442 1122 6119

MAil it in twh (4) . . . . . . . . Ms C Lindop 58 4 .60 Benzini w (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 .5 10 .00 exAlted ligHtning tw (2) . . . D Dunn 57 15 .00 Yogi dw (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Yendall 57 *2 .00 Silent WArrior wh (6) . . . . . Ms J Kah 57 4 .60 deloS w (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S Baster 57 6 .50 yogi, Silent warrior, mail it in, Delos.

2 M&J Chickens national Stakes 1200m

1.06

$200,000. 2yo Group 3 SW. Apprentices cannot claim.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

1111 tequilA tiMe tch (9) . . . . . Ms C Lindop 57 .5 *3 .60 2143 SeCret BlAze (10) . . . . . . . . . . . L Currie 57 .5 8 .50 1 MArCel FroM MAdrid (4) . . . . D Lane 57 .5 7 .00 7 iCe gHoSt h (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 .5 26 .00 11 HeAven’S deAl twh (7) . . . . . J Toeroek 55 .5 6 .00 11s3 grACeFul StorM (1) . . . . . . . . . D Dunn 55 .5 7 .00 1 CrACk tHe Code (2) . . . . . . . . . . D Oliver 55 .5 6 .00 6s2 Yulong MerCurY (3) . . . . . C Parnham 55 .5 8 .50 3s24 AriStiA b (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D Thornton 55 .5 13 .00 1 Be MY StAr (11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ms J Kah 55 .5 11 .00 5 SHe Will riSe h (8) . . . . . . . . . . R Bayliss 55 .5 26 .00 be my Star, tequila time, graceful Storm, crack the code.

3 uBet SA Classic

2500m

$175,000. 3yo Fillies Group 3 SW. Apprentices cannot claim.

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1933 1144 6320 4213 3002 5471 1389 9108 0432 7421 710 s261 0102 3532 4552 1527

MiSS AdMirAtion (17) . . . . . . . D Oliver PleASuring w (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Lane eArtH Angel h (2) . . . . . . . . . . Ms J Kah So You leiCA (12) . . . . . . . . . . B Allen (a) teodorA b (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Yendall MiSS lilliAn w (11) . . . . . . . . . . .S Baster BerkSHire lAdY n (10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . reliABle dAMe (3) . . . . . . . . . . L Currie gooSeY FAir (16) . . . . . . . . . C Parnham ABSolution (14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Dunn Wild SeA (15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . leMon SPliCe n (5) . . . . . . . . . . C Parish ePerduMent (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Potter MiSS AMeriCAin (9) . . . . . . B Thompson BelliSSiMA (13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Winks FiBBerS h (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Bowditch

1.46 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56

3 .10 *2 .50 17 .00 7 .00 21 .00 17 .00 26 .00 41 .00 26 .00 8 .50 17 .00 17 .00 41 .00 41 .00 41 .00 51 .00

17

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emergency s930 MeAdoWS lASSie (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 41 .00 abSolution, pleasuring, So you leica, miss admiration.

4 eFex Centaurea Stakes

2019m

2.26

$125,000. F&M Listed SW+P. Apprentices cannot claim.

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

4s34 SAvAPinSki dwb (8) . . . . . . . . . . . T Clark 59 .5 s702 tAHAnee w (11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Lane 58 .5 5210 HuSSteriCAl w (7) . . . . . . . . . . .S Baster 55 .5 s635 lAdY Selkirk w (4) . . . . . . . . . . D Oliver 55 .5 3131 BertWHiStle tw (10) . . . . . A K Chan (a) 55 .5 s605 HAve AnotHer glASS w (12) . D Dunn 55 .5 5439 lAdY SilHouette w (6) . . D Caboche (a) 55 .5 1121 liPStiCk lover td (3) . . . . . . D Yendall 55 .5 7843 SHenAndoAH n (9) . . . . . . . . . R Bayliss 55 .5 2321 CASino CluB w (1) . . . . . . . . . . . Ms J Kah 55 .5 3268 StAr PAtriot h (13) . . . . . . . . .T Pannell 55 .5 6000 FreedoM roAd h (2) . . . . . . . . .J Holder 55 .5 s529 teMPle oF Bel (5) . . . . . . . . C Parnham 53 caSino club, lipstick lover, bertwhistle, Savapinski.

*3 .20 5 .50 13 .00 17 .00 6 .50 11 .00 17 .00 7 .50 6 .50 13 .00 21 .00 51 .00 13 .00

5 robert & Fay gerard r A lee Stakes1600m3.06 $250,000. 3yo & up Group 3 SW+P. Apprentices cannot claim.

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5111 lite’n in MY veinS cdw (3) . . Ms J Kah 56 .5 3 .20 8s95 CAlderon (15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Currie 56 .5 21 .00 9s48 BAlF’S CHoiCe cdwh (9) . . . J Bowditch 56 17 .00 s091 FAStnet teMPeSt dw (14) . . . R Bayliss 55 .5 6 .50 4s00 rAW iMPulSe twn (1) . . . . . . . B Allen (a) 55 .5 21 .00 7s00 exCiteS zelAdY tdwh (13) . . J Toeroek 55 .5 34 .00 7732 SeABurge (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C Parish 55 11 .00 s020 rHYtHM to SPAre cdw (2) . . . D Oliver 55 17 .00 5131 lAnd oF PlentY w (12) . . . . . . . . D Lane 55 *2 .70 s978 roYAl ruMBle tcwh (8) . . Ms C Lindop 55 21 .00 s335 HuSSYBAY tcw (11) . . . . . . . . . . . . J Winks 55 11 .00 0431 ArkHAM knigHt tw (7) . . . . . . . P Gatt 55 13 .00 3s08 MorvAdA ch (6) . . . . . . . . . . . .T Pannell 55 51 .00 1142 over exPoSure tw (10) . . . C Parnham 53 11 .00 27s0 kironA tdwh (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Dunn 53 51 .00 lite’n in my veinS, hussybay, arkham Knight, over exposure.

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3110 dAintY teSS tdw (4) . . . . . . . . . Ms J Kah 58 10 .00 2615 gogo grACe tcdwh (9) . . . Ms C Lindop 57 13 .00 7010 MiSS gunPoWder tdwh (1) . . . D Dunn 56 17 .00 1170 it’S Been A BAttle cdw (10) . . J Potter 56 31 .00 3122 one More dAiSY tw (13) .Ms K Crowther (a) 55 .5 26 .00 21s1 CreAtivitY dwn (11) . . . . . . . D Thornton 55 .5 *3 .50 s120 tYPHoon Jolie dw (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 .5 15 .00 3543 MAMzelle teSS dw (5) . . . . . . .S Baster 55 .5 17 .00 1s12 Set to SPArkle dwb (15) . . . . . . T Clark 55 .5 6 .00 62s2 divine quAlitY dw (16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 .5 8 .00 2736 MYStiFied twhn (8) . . . . . . . J Bowditch 55 .5 31 .00 0s13 A MiSt oPPortunitY dwn (3) .B Melham 55 .5 26 .00 s137 AltA StellA b (17) . . . . . . . . . . .J Holder 55 .5 31 .00 55s1 MiSS SiSkA dn (14) . . . . . . . . . . . . L Currie 55 .5 13 .00 s152 SHe’S So HigH w (7) . . . . . . . . . . D Oliver 54 .5 4 .60 s310 SPlit liP tbh (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . .T Pannell 54 .5 26 .00 8s23 leAtHer’n’lACe w (12) . . . . . . . . D Lane 54 17 .00 Set to SparKle, creativity, Dainty tess, Split lip.

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257s vegA MAgiC cdw (14) . . . . . . . . . D Oliver 59 *2 .70 6s03 SAntA AnA lAne dw (9) . . . . B Melham 58 .5 11 .00 1402 tHronuM dwhn (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . T Clark 57 8 .00 1932 SeCret AgendA cdwn (19) . . . . D Dunn 56 .5 11 .00 11s2 viddorA tdwbh (11) . . . . . . . J Bowditch 56 .5 6 .50 145s voodoo lAd dw (1) . . . . . . . . B Allen (a) 56 .5 8 .00 3015 FerrAndo dw (2) . . . . . . . . . . . .S Baster 56 31 .00 s1s0 SuPer CASH dw (7) . . . . . . . . . . Ms J Kah 55 .5 13 .00 1212 StellAr ColliSion cdwn (17) . . L Currie 55 .5 17 .00 4383 viridine dw (20) . . . . . . . . . . . . R Bayliss 55 .5 13 .00 3641 Steel FroSt cwh (8) . . . . . . . .T Pannell 55 .5 15 .00 s898 loPe de CAPio tcw (15) . Ms K Crowther (a) 55 .5 51 .00 4205 FlAMBerge cdwn (4) . . . . . . . . . . D Lane 54 .5 15 .00 2161 HAndSoMe tHieF dwn (12) . D Yendall 54 .5 21 .00 2158 overSHAre dw (16) . . . . . . . . . . J Winks 54 .5 51 .00 7512 exAlted AdAM cd (13) . . . Ms C Lindop 54 .5 51 .00 s851 i’ll HAve A Bit cw (3) . . . . . C Parnham 53 .5 17 .00 s378 MiSSroCk dw (6) . . . . . . . . . B Thompson 52 .5 17 .00 s123 MiCA lil ch (10) . . . . . . . . . . . D Thornton 52 .5 26 .00 0276 niPPerkin cw (18) . . . . . . . . Ms K Bishop 52 .5 51 .00 vooDoo laD, viddora, Stellar collision, vega magic.

WeAtHer / trACk / rAil Track good (4). Rail is 4m for the entire circuit. Sectional distance 605m. Weather fine.

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THE BYPASS LEVEE This levee will start as close to Forest Hill as is necessary going to near the Eunony bridge. It will join to a floodgate on the Murrumbidgee River which will be built to control the amount of flow that can go down the river channel. (Possible opportunity to generate electricity?). The levee will continue on the other side of the river going downstream skirting behind North Wagga then allowing the water to rejoin the main river where best below North Wagga. I have information there is sufficient fall to prevent water backing up. The diagram opposite is to give a very rough idea where it may go. My plan is to give the most protection with the least cost and problems possible. This levee and floodgate will prevent any floodwater entering Gumly Gumly and district above Eunony Bridge road. Below Eunony Bridge road it will allow only moderate flooding as desired for environmental purposes (still a lot of water) but will prevent houses, schools and businesses in East Wagga and North Wagga being flooded. This is the small lake already existing on the proposed site, if full it would be somewhere near 7-10 acres. It could be enjoyed by many as it is.

There are thousands of acres of land around East Wagga through to Forest Hill which could then be developed if desired without fear of flooding from the river. This levee can be built to withstand a one in one-hundredyear flood. Such a flood could back up toward North Wagga, perhaps even inundate it but it would not be the raging torrent that could happen at present. (Please note, no such flood has happened since records were first kept in 1852). Below is a list of the highest floods during the past 166 years in order of severity: 1853 July- 10.9m, 1974 Aug- 10.74m, 1852 June -10.67m, 1870 April- 10.67m, 2012 Mar- 10.60m, 1891 June 10.46m. 1925 May- 10.11m, 1950 Mar- 10.06m, 1900 July -9.96m, 2010 Dec- 9.7m, +11 others over 9m and below 9.7m. Soil to build the levee would be taken from the North Wagga Lake site as used to build the present City levee years ago (see photo front page), thus helping to create the lakes. North Wagga now has a Red Gum forest growing ever denser, particularly since Council has sown more trees in places where previously they were sparse. Such a forest must have a significant and ever increasing effect on the flow of water.


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ON THE DOWNSIDE My plan will lead to increased water flowing down the lower part of the Oura road floodplain, I can’t calculate the increased height as I don’t know how much the Eunony Bridge road has been built up since the 2012 flood. I believe the worst case would be half a metre in the narrowest part. About 10 rural properties will be affected by deeper water and a possible increase in velocity. However, they are seriously affected already, and I don’t believe they will be much worse off. The residences and improvements on most of these properties are built above flood level. There is a choke point of 485m near the viaduct, regrettably we have to remove about 10 to 12 houses on the corner of Mill and East Streets, thus opening it to around one kilometre. All affected property owners should be properly compensated with a new house and/or a cash settlement.

NORTH WAGGA LAKES The Lake committee, Bill O’Rourke, Russel Meyers, Gary Guertner. The existing small lake will be expanded to approximately the size of Lake Albert with the removal of soil to build the proposed levees, its surface size will depend on how deep it is made. As it is desirable to cater for recreation and the environment it is likely we will finish with a main lake and restore what would once have been areas of swamp lands of 50-150 acres (20-60.7 hectares). It is anticipated that urban runoff from Estella and future urban developments, coupled with Dukes Creek with a 37 square kilometre catchment, will keep the lake topped up most of the time. A 250mm pipeline will run from the floodgate to the lake

(approx 4km). It will gravitate a flow of fresh water to the lake and wetland to counter blue green algae when needed as water from urban areas is high in nutrient. Excess water from the lake will rejoin the river downstream, making loss to the river system very small. During big floods the floodwater simply flows over the lake without being obstructed. The lake will cater for sailing, fishing, wetlands, koalas, bird life, canoeing, paddle boats, tourism and still with hundreds of acres available, all owned by ratepayers. With the new trotting track nearby it provides a great basis for a tourist and sporting precinct. Years ago, I was asked to demolish the 26 stand Eunonyhareenyha woolshed built about 1880. I refused on the grounds that such an historically significant building should be saved. The current owner of this building does not want it and will give it to the community to restore, but he wants it off his land. Wagga has a lack of genuine tourist attractions. If this shed was moved to a fabulous spot which faces the lake and is above flood level it could be used to give shearing demonstrations as well as being a museum and livestock farm, which should be of great interest, particularly to Asian tourists. This area would have been rich hunting and fishing grounds for Aboriginal people. I believe we could honour and remember them by building a centre near the shearing shed incorporating an aboriginal artists and artefact’s centre and an area where traditional dances and storytelling could be taught to classes of schoolchildren and tourists. There is an option for a low cost easily made shallower third lake perfect for canoeing and paddle boats if the water is available. As water is now such a precious commodity it is important this project can be maintained by local run off most of the time. Enquiries to Leigh Campbell, Oura ph 69221216 bh.


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LITERATURE

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He knew the Mountains

By Alan Reid A LOOSE swag flew through the air and thumped onto the ground as the truck squeaked to a halt at the head of the wide bleak plain. Mansfield followed, his head poking hesitantly from under the truck’s canopy, surveying the black-bellied clouds on the horizon and the patchwork of early season snow on the plain. He stepped down, retrieved a battered suitcase from the truck, shouted his thanks and swung the swag strap across his shoulder. He raised the collar of his coat to exorcise the chill wind sweeping across the plain and pulled his hat down tightly as he watched the truck disappear up the road and over the ridge. The caretaker’s light in The Chalet at the top of the hill provided the only break in the mid-afternoon gloom as the clouds ascended the far side of the nearby peaks. The Chalet was used in summer by fishermen, bushwalkers and others, but there wasn’t anything in winter, only the caretaker. The cold silence sent a shiver through Mansfield’s long frame as he turned and set out for the hut in the timberline across the plain. He wasn’t concerned by the threatening sky. He knew the Mountains, and he knew mountain weather. He had been lucky with his run from the valley. After being dropped at the Blue Horseshoe, a lunching truck driver had answered his call for a lift to High Plain. Traffic was sparse at this time of year. Most of the stock had already been moved to country below the snowline, but there was always one who left departure to the last. The high country grasses were lush, even late in the year, and it was worth speculating that the snow would hold off. This time the gamble had been lost. Snow on the ground meant the slow walk to the low country by drovers taking advantage of the long paddock would be replaced by trucks. It had been hard for Mansfield to leave the familiar surroundings of the bar at the Blue Horseshoe after only one drink. He bought a bottle of rum to ward off the cold during the ride to High Plain and took compensation in the fact he would be safely in the hut well before dark. Luck had been on his side lately. Immediately after picking up his pay cheque from the station manager he’d been told

that Ben had winter work on the other side of the range. Being warm and well fed for the winter was a strong contrast to last year when he was isolated for months in a hut above the snowline. His promised winter work last year had been forfeited to rum and a publican’s enthusiasm to relieve him of his hard won pay cheque. It wouldn’t happen this year. A job at the homestead with his old mate Ben and an occasional tour of the boundary fence was a luxury not offered itinerants every day. His reputation as a good worker who knew the mountains had been his testimonial for another chance. A blast of cold air hit Mansfield in the face as he threw open the door of the hut. The draft from the broken window had frozen the snow on the floor, but the plentiful supply of wood in the box by the fire was dry. He’d light the fire before repairing the window. With the fire blazing and the ice on the floor going through its metamorphous to escape through the floorboard cracks, Mansfield collected his swag and spread it on the bed. He carefully arranged his tobacco and other pocketed treasures on the bedside table and opened his suitcase. He stared for a moment at the rum bottle before grasping it by the neck and wringing the top free. The rum was sweet in his mouth. His eyes closed as he savoured the mouthful, swilling it around his gums and teeth until it mixed with his own juices to glide down his throat. The warm syrup caressed his frame as it flowed. He stood enjoying the warmth through his veins. He rolled a cigarette, dragged a long hard suck of smoke and let it billow in his mouth as he took another swig of rum and washed it ’round his mouth once more before it slid over his tongue to vanquish the chill of the hut as it flowed down his throat. As he fitted a shingle to the broken windowpane Mansfield could see the weather closing. The steel grey snow clouds descending into the lower gullies told him the gap over the ridge to the homestead would be well covered by morning even this early in the season. It was a long day’s walk without snow; with snow it could be a death sentence. But Mansfield wasn’t worried. He knew the Mountains, and he knew how mountain weather could turn.

There was plenty of daylight, and there was a full moon. He’d walk to The Chalet and telephone the homestead. Ben could collect him, either in a vehicle or on horseback; it would depend on the weather. He’d eat early and walk to The Chalet. Satisfied with his deliberations, Mansfield took a mouthful of rum before replacing it in the suitcase. He stood at the door of the hut scraping the remanets from his plate and surveying the sky. Across the plain he could see the light from the caretaker’s quarters, although it was a little dimmer now in the afternoon fog which was beginning to envelop the surrounding tree line while the clouds heralding snow on the gap told Mansfield tomorrow’s journey may be delayed. He’d have to let Ben know he was on his way. He didn’t want to lose a winter job again. It was only an hour to The Chalet, two hours at the most and the caretaker’s light was beckoning. He scooped the tobacco and matches from the bedside table and looked at the rum bottle in the suitcase. Mansfield knew that grog can be a fatal partner in open country in the winter, but maybe the caretaker would like to share a drink. He stuffed the bottle into his coat pocket and closed the door behind him. He walked to the edge of the timber and looked out across the plain at the fading light of The Chalet. The wind had dropped, and it had warmed a bit. It would be an easy walk. He reached the road and sat on a snow bank as he rolled a cigarette and took a swig from his rum bottle. Finishing his smoke Mansfield could see the light at The Chalet had faded to a ship’s lantern, struggling through the gloom of cloud and late afternoon. He decided to short cut across the plain, away from the sweeping road. He’d go along the creek and up the gully. He took a swig of rum and it started to snow. He hadn’t gone far before the snow became more intense, slowing his progress across the plain. The wind had returned, stronger than before, driving the snow to turn tussocks and shrubs among the drifts from earlier snows into foreign shapes and the land into pitted traps. Mansfield was constantly felled by his stumbling feet being held fast by the tangle

under the snow with ice in growing patches on his clothes marking his falls. He ripped the cap from the rum bottle with each fall, seeking its synthetic warmth and protection against the ever-encroaching icy flagellation against his skin. He came to the creek as the last remnants of daylight moved off the plain and the caretaker’s light disappeared in the closing swirl of wind driven snow. He sat under a rock, an exclusive audience to the swirling snow performing its ballet. Mansfield recalled his childhood, sitting at the fire, staring out the big window, watching the snow dash towards the window in a swerving suicide flurry only to fly away in an unbroken veil. It would be good to be sharing that fireside now. The snowmelt dripping from the brim of his hat splashed onto the tobacco and destroyed the paper. It was hard enough rolling a cigarette with numb fingers which refused to recognise their role without adding water. He discarded the remains of his tobacco and warmed his hands in the dry lining of his coat. He had a swig of rum and moved from under the protecting rock shelf. The snow was heavier, driven horizontally by the wind and the light at The Chalet had been engulfed by the encircling storm. He would follow the creek to the gully. As long as he stayed along the creek it wouldn’t be a problem. He knew the gully leading to The Chalet couldn’t be too far. The snow was getting deeper and the going was getting tougher, made worse by the filtered light from the full moon creating unfamiliar spectres in a freshly sculptured land. The early season drifts provided no firmness under the fresh falls along the creek. Mansfield was up to his knees, struggling against the pinioning drifts of snow. He couldn’t move too far from the creek. Even if he hit the road, he wouldn’t know which way to head for The Chalet. He could head in the wrong direction and finish further still from his destination. It was better to keep going along the creek. The gully shouldn’t be too much further. He’d hit it soon and follow it up to The Chalet. Next week Mansfield continues his walk towards the Chalet as the storm continues around him.


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LITERATURE

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Dreaming Inside: Voices from Junee Correctional Centre

Virginia Gawler

ABORIGINAL elders are frequently called on to fulfil unexpected roles, but for Wadi Wadi elder and activist, Aunty Barbara Nicholson, a recent event resulted in her singing praises she never anticipated. It was the launch of the sixth volume of poetry, creative prose and songs by Indigenous inmates at Junee Correctional Centre titled Dreaming Inside-Voices from Junee Correctional Centre. For the past seven years Aunty Barbara and local Wiradjuri writer and poet, John Muk Muk Burke, along with volunteer tutors from the Black Wallaby Writers’ Group of the South Coast Writers’ Centre

in Wollongong, have been conducting creative writing workshops for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inmates to encourage them to express their feelings through prose and poetry. The program is unique in Australian prisons and is the only external program which has lasted more than five years within the prison system. “As one of the founders of the Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Watch Committee I never imagined this program would sustain itself this long, but with the generous support of the prison personnel it has been extremely successful,” Aunty Barbara said. “The project gives the boys a voice and

At the launch of Dreaming Inside – Voices from Junee Correctional Centre Vol. 6 at Booranga Writers’ Centre, Charles Sturt University (CSU) from left: Aunty Barbara Nicholson; John Muk Muk Burke; Sharon Ingram, writing project tutor, University of Wollongong; Prof. Elena Marchetti, Griffith University, Brisbane and David Gilbey, Booranga president and Adjunct Senior lecturer in English, CSU

An addict’s appeal Chris Macri There’s a demon in me That keeps saying “you’ll see, You can’t do without me at all,” But the irony is When control is all his, I know that each day I’ll fail. I’m damaged if I do And damned if I don’t, I can’t seem to hold my own ground. Why can’t I just cope? To me there’s no hope, While ever this demon’s around. I’m not strong enough, Not mentally tough, To go it alone without him. I know I am weak, It’s HE who will speak, And control me at his every whim. How can I regain Myself once again I’m helpless, he has me in chains, I don’t want to give in, But when stresses begin, The demon helps ease all the pain. In my life I have never Had peace, will I ever Be able to cope with life’s stress?

It is always my fault, Can I unlock this bolt, Or will I always be a real mess? Should I just go away, On an island to stay All alone, so the peace could relieve The stress I go through. Everyday I know who is failing life’s tests, and I grieve. To those whom I love, And the lord up above, Please forgive this weakness of mine. As I know one thing’s true That whatever I do, I cannot get out of this bind. Six years later…… Well now I’ve recovered I finally discovered That the booze wasn’t helping at all! The problems remained. And unless I abstained, I would always hit a brick wall.

a platform to express how they feel about what life is like for them and why they’re in jail. “Publishing their work in a book also means their stories get out to the reading public. After a workshop the boys are so enthusiastic they are writing in their cells at night and sending us stuff all the time,” Aunty Barbara explained. The annual anthology is the culmination of two and half day writing workshops held twice a year at the Junee Correctional Centre. The current volume was launched at the Booranga Writers’ Centre at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Wagga last week by Aunty Barbara, who edited the anthology, and John Muk Muk Burke. The primary purpose of the writing workshops is to get the inmates thinking and writing creatively rather that teaching literacy. In the process the writing becomes a therapeutic tool for spiritual healing as well as behavioural change. “We don’t edit the boys’ work,” Aunty Barbara said. “Sometimes they can’t physically write so we transcribe their stories. We have ways of getting it out of them,” she added with a twinkle in her eye. John Muk Muk Burke, who is on the steering committee of the Black Wallaby Writers’ project believes all the contributions to Dreaming Inside should be approached with the total acceptance of Aboriginal English as a valued medium. “In the past Aboriginal inmates were deemed to have been saying very little of worth merely because it was not said in standard English. To address this around the world we have seen the resurgence of interest in minority languages, including the teaching of Wiradjuri in Wagga schools,” Muk Muk said.

What often emerges in the men’s creative writing and artwork is a stronger connection to their dreaming, their country and their culture. The anger and pain resulting from colonisation are common themes. Offender Services Manager at Junee Correctional Centre, Trevor Coles, said the program had a huge impact on the men inside and their families. “This program gives a voice to men who have never been listened to or heard before in their lives. It is extremely powerful,” Trevor said. Of the more than 840 inmates currently in Junee Correctional Centre about 24.3 percent are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. Professor Elena Marchetti from the School of Law at Griffith University, Queensland, who is evaluating the impact of the writing project as part of a study of Indigenous focussed criminal justice programs, has no doubt the writing program changes lives. “It not only assists in teaching the men to trust others, it raises feelings of pride, self-esteem and confidence in these men. These are success stories,” Elena said. One inmate whose work has featured in the last four volumes of Dreaming Inside is an outstanding example of this success. The young man, who is studying through the Junee TAFE campus located at Junee Correctional Centre, won the TAFE Student of the Year award in 2017. In accepting his award, he attributed his confidence to taking part in the writing program. Dreaming Inside – Voices from Junee Correctional Centre Vol. 6 costs $30 and can be obtained from the South Coast Writers Centre at www.southcoastwriters. org.au

Reprinted from Dreaming Inside - Voices from Junee Correctional Centre Volume 6

Who knows

I BEEN doin this shit for far too long now. I sometimes wonder if what i’ve been looking for all this time isn’t actually what i really need to stop this. Am i looking for something, someone. Have i lost something, do i want to find what i’m searching for, it’s all starting to become a bit of a mystery to me, to you, to everyone i encounter on my journey my quest to find whatever. Maybe i’ve already found it and i just don’t know it yet. It’s probably been within arm’s reach all along and i was just blinded by white mans poison’s. Who knows, i certainly don’t or do i, do you? If you do and you find it before me can you come and get me and show me where it is or at least tell me how to find it, cause i’m sick of doin this shit. I been at it for far too long now.

My Loving Son

There’s not a day goes by when I haven’t sat and cried And hoped prayed and wished you were by myside You brought me so much happiness

joy and also pride From the day that you were born till the day you closed your eyes But I know that your in Heaven safely up above Surrounded by the Angels And all their tender Love I guess you were needed more in the Life they call the Next But I still had to cry and pay my Last Respects Coz you weren’t just my Son You were my Best Friend And I know inside my Heart we will meet again where we can sit and talk like we did back then Where I can sit and watch you grow into a Man For all I have My Boy Is memories which I Treasure And as long as I’m alive you will Live Foreva But soon, My Baby Boy when it’z time to pass away Make sure you come and get me Jay Coz I don’t know the Way.

At last I feel free Strong enough to be me To face up to life and stand tall. I look back on those years Being ruled by my fears, Now I can jump over that wall.

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LIVING WELL

Gladdening the heart Jo Wilson: Essential Wisdom MOTHER’S Day, a beautiful and joyous day to celebrate your mum and, as a mum, to celebrate our family. But there is another side to this day – a day of grief and heartache. A child lost, a mother passed away, a child bereft that his or her mother didn’t love them. I found one of the biggest lies ever told to me was that time heals all wounds. It doesn’t. Grief has no time line and losing a child means that grief is your life long partner. Time does teach you how to cope with grief better, but even after many years, there are times when I feel I am in an abyss and my sorrow knows no bounds. I have learnt that grief can be aged and lingering, woven deep into our DNA. So, what to do. Over the past few months I have written about herbs for anxiety and many of these same plants can be used

for grief. The rose uplifts and supports emotions and is a remedy for a lack of selflove, broken hearts and grief. The same is said of Hawthorn berries – an amazing, if not thorny tree, which can reduce stress and anxiety as well as maintain a healthy heart. I plan to do a column on Hawthorn, but at this moment let us focus on Hawthorn combined with rose giving us some relief from grief and sadness. The bark of the Albizzia, or silk tree as it is known, also can be used with borage, that beautiful and persistent blue-flowered plant. Those little star-shaped flowers gladden the heart and have been used throughout history to enable courage. Sometimes we close ourselves off from people and growth within ourselves fearing further hurt, but borage is a great ally in allowing us to still remain open and connected. Linden is another soft and gentle herb.

I use linden tea after a stressful day and it calms the turbulent emotions to a dull roar. Linden flowers have been used as a nervine for many of the symptoms which accompany grieving, including restlessness, bad digestion and nervous headaches. Violets, or heart’s ease, is another herb which calms the heart and eases the burdens of a broken heart. Soaking in a bath with linden, borage and violet flowers is pure bliss and lessens the burdens of the heart, and to use a very old expression found in a lot of my herbal books it gladdens the heart. But please don’t use it just for this – use it anytime to calm the mind and just make you feel good. Sip linden and rose petal tea for a gentle and loving pick-me-up. Spoil yourselves, and above all, Live and Honour the life that has been lost. Go out and be the best you can be with some herbal help on the side.

Lunchtime Concert Series Jacob Saggers

Fran and Keith Griffin playing their flutes at Wagga’s Wesley Uniting Church.

TOWERING ceilings direct eyes towards the heavens, as stain glass figures float over shoulders. The air is thick with the dust of a thousand books, but it’s clean, it’s orderly, it’s a church – Wagga’s Wesley Uniting Church to be exact. And it gives every impression of being the perfect building for the acoustics of flute duet, Fran and Keith Griffin from Junee. It is the second performance in a series of 10 lunchtime concerts being held in churches, auditoriums and art galleries throughout Wagga. The series has been organised by the not-for-profit organisation, the Riverina Conservatorium of Music (RCM), which includes almost 40 professional music educators teaching to around 1200 music students from across the Riverina. With most RCM performances held on Saturday and Sunday evenings, the

How to be Happy Marguerite McKinnon

IF you’ve ever had a crush on someone, fallen in love or had that rush of fulfilment, you have tapped into your body’s secret pathway to happiness. It’s a feeling which elevates you from the day-to-day rigmarole, and one sought by billions of people around the world. Numerous studies have concluded that happiness can be found also in compassion, getting a second chance, winning against the odds, sharing, feeling valued, volunteering, enjoying health, living in the moment and, above all, being grateful. Why then do some people seem to be happier than others? Why do some people say that they had happiness once so tell themselves they don’t deserve to be happy again? And why then do some struggle with self-doubt, disillusionment, feeling trapped and wishing that if only they could change something, happiness would then be theirs? Former Coolamon resident, Wagga Life and Business Coach, Sally Holden, was catapulted onto a new path towards happiness following two major tragedies; the death of her mother and the end of her marriage. “They were Mack truck moments, but they taught me the value of living in the

moment and being grateful for the many positives in my life,” Sally said. “It was a mental re-set which freed me to go on a huge journey of self development, which took me from hating myself to learning how to truly love and validate myself. I started to allow myself to be happy and go for the things I wanted. “The biggest surprise was how easy it was to feel the good flood into my life after I began to let go of the bad,” she said. Now, Sally is sharing her skills so others learn to set clear goals and create a sense of accountability. “So often we don’t deliver to ourselves. We make a promise like, ‘I’m going to go on a diet’, ‘I’m going to start this fitness course’ or ‘I’m going to find a better

Lunchtime Concert Series is aimed at allowing more people to experience live music by listening during their work lunch breaks. The series has attracted a large following, especially among the elderly. The second concert in the series was scheduled to be a performance by the Navy’s Commodore’s Wind Ensembles, but, because of military commitments, it had to withdraw. Fran and Keith, who have been playing music for more than 40 years, quickly filled the gap. Fran was taught by her piano teacher mother as soon as she could reach the ivories, but her real passion was the flute, an instrument she picked up at the age of 12. Keith has been associated with music from childhood also, playing the recorder at the age of five before taking up the flute when he turned 13. “I learnt to read music at the same time I learnt to read words,” he said

relationship’. But until we are accountable, it won’t work,” she said. According to scientists, the human body’s pre-frontal cortex in the frontal lobe of the brain allows us to assess things on perception. It’s similar to a try-before-youbuy protection mechanism unlike any other or an in-built flight simulator to test and ultimately crash without getting hurt. One problem is that this marvellous tool can misfire in what’s known as Impact Bias whereby our mind overestimates the impact of future events to such an extent that we avoid trying. Instead we are chained to a lifestyle we don’t really want but stay in because busting loose could be disastrous. It’s safer to stay believing it’s better the devil you know, but, like many things, education and training can influence success. Judging by the feedback from those they’ve helped, life coaches, psychologists, weight-loss gurus and those offering self-help courses have been able to guide

adding that it is something that schools should look at more closely. Flutes and recorders are the duos’ instruments of choice. “The modern flute was designed in the mid-1900’s, and its design hasn’t changed substantially since. We also play the 18th century flute,” Keith said, holding up what looks more like a finely crafted log of wood than an instrument. “These wooden flutes are fantastic. We only play the kind of music that was around at the time with these. They were actually handmade for us by our flute teacher, who taught us to play”, he said proudly. As the church begins filling, the Griffins move backstage from where soft flute harmonies can be heard over light chatter and the rustle of program papers. Georg Philipp Telemann’s Sonata no 4 in E minor for two Flutes fill the air. It’s time to close eyes and have a religious moment . The third concert in the RCM lunchtime series will be by violinist Rhiannon Xeros and pianist Geoffrey Xeros at St Johns Anglican Church on Thursday 17 May at 1.10pm. willing participants to a better perspective on life, and, in many cases, even saved lives. While there is no one-size-fits-all formula, Sally estimates over eight years of conducting one-on-one coaching, online courses, group coaching and support networks, she’s helped hundreds of people break free from society’s stifling negativity which limits dreams of happiness and fulfilment. “It’s exciting to be able to give people these guide posts and watch them change their lives beyond their own expectations,” Sally said. “It’s like giving them the keys to their own car so they can drive their destiny with greater clarity. Watching others bloom through confidence and self-belief is so satisfying. It makes me so happy to see others succeed, so everyone wins,” she said. For more information email Sally Holden at admin@sallyholden.com

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LIVING WELL

A wandering Tempest in Wagga Virginia Gawler WE are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep. The Tempest, William Shakespeare. For the first time in Wagga people will be able to see a special promenade-style moving performance taking in the picturesque Wollundry Lagoon and the Victory Memorial Gardens. It will be a performance of one of William Shakespeare’s greatest plays, The Tempest, and it will be put on this weekend by second year acting students from Charles Sturt University’s (CSU) Wagga campus. The outdoor production, by CSU’s University Theatre Ensemble (UTE), will be performed on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 6.00pm (17 to 19th May) with two matinee performances on Friday and Saturday (18th and 19th May) at 1.00pm. The Tempest director, Dr Robert Lewis, who lectures in acting for stage and screen at CSU, says the performance will take audiences on a journey of transformation and discovery as they move with the actors to various locations from scene to scene. Robert says he was inspired to stage The

Tempest outdoors after experiencing a production by the New York Classical Theatre in the city’s Central Park last year. “Seeing first hand the practical voice and movement work the actors underwent in Central Park I thought it would be interesting as an acting and design exercise to stage a major classical production outdoors in Wagga,” Robert said, adding that the temporary loss of the CSU Riverina Playhouse to renovations provided the perfect opportunity. “It’s much more challenging to perform outdoors than it is to perform in a conventional theatre space. You have to deal with the elements. You need to work harder on your vocal projection and you need to work harder to keep the audience engaged,” Robert said. The production is also a collaboration between acting students and design students who are undertaking the Bachelor of Stage and Screen (Design) degree at CSU. The design students have worked alongside the acting students creating props and costumes, as well as working as stage and production managers. Because the performance is promenade-style there is no seating and the audience is required to walk with the actors

to various locations. Tickets for The Tempest are $15 for adults, $10 for concession card holders and

$7 for students or children. Ticket can be purchased at www.trybooking.com/VKGO.

The Tempest cast members from left, Rachel Rienits (Prospera), Gryce Harrison (Prospero), Alice Mahoney (Caliban) and Callum Bodman (Ferdinand).

Sexism, Chauvinism and Misogyny – Are we all responsible? Julie Elphick

I AM sure this article will raise a few hackles and add a little spice to many conversations this week. Three words often used together with quite different, but, at times, analogous meanings. Three little words – sexism, chauvinism and misogyny, which, when enacted, result in “keeping the little woman in her place”. Sexism or gender discrimination is prejudice or discrimination based on a person’s sex or gender and while it can affect anyone, it is particularly and regularly documented as affecting the female sector. Chauvinism is an attitude of superiority towards members of the opposite sex, or an attitude that the members of your own sex are always better than those of the opposite sex. Generally, we only hear about or witness male chauvinism but it is not solely the domain of males. A male chauvinist, a term first used in 1965, is a male who patronises, disparages, or otherwise denigrates females in the belief they are inferior to males and therefore deserving of less than equal treatment or benefit. Misogyny is the hatred, contempt for, dislike of and mistrust of women. It is manifested in sexism, hostility, male privilege, belittling of women, violence against women and sexual objectification. In 2012 the definition was expanded to include, not only hatred of women but also entrenched prejudices against women. More recent or up to date considerations suggest misogyny is not about male hostility or hatred towards women — instead, it is the need to control and punish women who challenge male dominance. This is an interesting and quite plausible explanation. To be fair, a person is not necessarily a misogynist or chauvinist if they mistrust or show contempt for a certain woman based on shared history, or if they share an occasional dirty joke. A misogynist or chauvinist is a person who generally and consistently exhibits these behaviours and attitudes towards all females. You can see quite clearly the overlap in terms and how at times it can be hard to differentiate between them. In my opinion, male chauvinism and sexism usually go hand-in-hand. Misogyny is behaviour, based on a belief, which comes from a

much darker place and is more sinister and destructive. So, let’s look at how this affects us, not just as women but also as a race. Once a female moves from childhood to adulthood she is no longer a girl. Therefore, advising customers or clients to see the girls at the front desk is patronising and disrespectful. If you cannot abide addressing them as ladies or women, the term staff will suffice. While we are considering the correct way to address a woman, birds, dolls, chicks and sheila’, once thought to be very Australian and probably still accepted in the middle of the outback, are no longer acceptable in a world of supposed equality. To be clear I am not suggesting that terms such as girls night out or hens parties need changing. These are occasions, not direct terms used in speaking of or to women. We are not frigid because your advances leave us cold. We are not high maintenance because we like to care for our appearance, and we are certainly not arm candy! We are not ball breakers because we are successful and under no circumstances are we a piece of skirt, and neither are we hormonal or hysterical because we disagree with you. And, buying a woman a meal does not entitle you to any night-time dalliances. I want to go a little deeper into why these beliefs manifest into behaviours. Let’s dispel the myth that boys will be boys! Boys generally grow to be men and excusing inappropriate behaviour, especially against women by suggesting otherwise, is nothing more than propagating the injury. Sadly, mothers are more often than not to blame for this continuation of bad boy behaviour and it seems easier to make light of it than realise the ramifications wrought later in life. Instead of offering lame excuses, they should be teaching boys and young men the correct and acceptable manner in which to behave. Fathers too have a lot to answer for. If you believe some of the male chatter, you would think that most women are incapable of doing anything more than keeping the home fires burning, attending to child rearing and, if necessary, undertaking menial jobs and all this while espousing gender equality. I would suggest many who speak of gender equality believe in its existence but very conditionally, hence it is not equality. The premise that men are somehow superior to women

is appalling and illogical and does not belong in our society. While women are psychologically and physically different to men, this does not equate to inferiority. The problem is not simply due to many men believing themselves superior to women. As women we keep perpetuating the myth that we are inferior. I can hear your outrage, but we are unwittingly assisting the continuation of sexism and chauvinism. We believe men will protect us because they are stronger. As a generalisation, many women allow their male partners to control the domestic finances. We enforce the serving role by laying out their clothes, serving them first and waiting on them hand and foot. It is our long-held assumption that, through the division of labour, it is the woman’s role to be home keeper, aka the housewife, and the one responsible for raising any children. We are critical of women who choose a career over caring for their children, who work long hours or who don’t appear well dressed or made up when in public. We are suspicious and often critical of women who rise to the top, questioning what they did to achieve the position. I understand not all women do play out this line of thinking, but I would suggest a large percentage of females will be sadly nodding their heads in agreement when realising how many of us do

without a second thought. It is how we have been conditioned. And along with that conditioning, men have also been conditioned. Therein lies the problem. We are all living with a culture passed down over hundreds of years and while we believe things should be different, our ingrained behaviours are working against us to achieve a different result. This change could take a while. While denigrating or minimising one gender’s abilities to ensure mindless ego driven domination, we lose the strength and benefit of unification. Divide and conquer? Surely there are no winners here as humanity and society lose. Over the weekend, I was having a chat with a guy who asked me what my topic this week would be. I told him the basics and below are his pearls of wisdom: “All us guys reckon you women should think yourself lucky. You don’t have to work, you can stay home and look after the kids, and you live longer than us because you don’t have the stresses we have with work and everything else. Why would you want to be equal and get equal pay and all that when you don’t have to”? And the Yahtzee moment? “I will read your article and tell you where you went wrong”. Yes, ladies and gentlemen; this man is educated, was serious and walks amongst us. Clearly, we have a long way to go!


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NEWS

2018 Budget breakdown for the Riverina Marguerite McKinnon

THIS month’s Federal Budget is the first time Wagga and region has had a local as Deputy Prime Minister, which promoted many to speculate this position would lead to kickbacks for this area. Building local infrastructure, connecting local communities and creating local jobs were the key points raised by Member for Riverina, Michael McCormack, with the announcement of $94.5 million in funding for the Murray Darling Medical Schools Network, which includes new medical schools in Wagga, Dubbo and Orange. The schools are designed to allow student doctors to have start-to-finish training in a country centre with the likelihood of many doctors starting their careers here and practicing in local areas. “The Murray Darling Medical Schools Network will not only be of benefit to the regional centres with a bricks-and-mortar

presence, it will enhance health services in the smaller towns and rural areas which form part of the wider region,” Michael said. High level homecare packages have been made available to support 30,551 people over the age of 65, and their families, in the Riverina to improve their quality of life. Greater access to the lifesaving medicines, including Kisquali for breast cancer and Spinraza for Spinal Muscular Atrophy will be funded to the tune of $1.4 billion, while a further $1.3 billion National Health and Medical Industry Growth Plan will help medical developments and job creation. Keeping locals alive is the focus of $338 million in new mental health funding for suicide prevention, research and helping older Australians. Roads and infrastructure have also been a focus with $3.5 billion earmarked for the Roads and Strategic Importance Initiative

to upgrade key freight corridors in regional Australia. With previous infrastructure announcements, including $3.5 million towards replacing the Gundagai Sewage Treatment Plant under Round Two of the government’s Building Better Regions Fund, a further $200 million has been announced in the 2018-19 Budget for Round Three of spending plans. Ongoing funding for the Inland Rail Project , Bridges Renewal Program and the Black Spot road program have also been announced. Projects which have benefitted include the Cowra Men’s Shed to purchase equipment and the restoration of Eurongilly Hall. Local groups have the chance to put their hand up for some funding. “I urge and encourage local organisations and councils to apply for funding when the application rounds open,” Michael said.

Tax breaks for working Australians were also announced, translating into 60,000 workers in the Riverina and Central West receiving tax cuts in the 2018-19 financial year. Small businesses also can access the Instant Asset Write Off scheme, which helps local businesses invest in new equipment and create more job opportunities following cost reductions. Michael said the benefits will be felt by hardworking Australians. “A shop assistant on $45,000 in the Riverina will have an extra $440 in their pocket from the Budget year onwards, with an extra $3,740 in their pockets over the first seven years of the tax plan,” Michael said. A breakdown of the Budget for the local economy can be accessed by going to the Federal Government’s Budget website: www.budget.gov.au Michael’s electorate office number is 6921 4600.

The boys are back in town

IF you love pearls, sequins, feathers and stilettos, book in to see Prada’s Priscilla at the Wagga Civic Theatre on 9 June. IN the show, the all-male revue pays a special tribute to Australian entertainer, Carlotta and internationally renowned, Les Girls. “Carlotta came to my first show and she was blown away. She said many people have tried to do tributes to Les Girls, but no-one has ever done it quite like us,” lead singer, Prada Clutch said. Flanked by gorgeous men, Prada Clutch and her ‘girls’ take you on a journey from where it all began with Les Girls in the 1960’s, across the Aussie outback with

Priscilla Queen of the Desert in the 1990’s and into 2018 with a celebration of today’s music icons. Drawing inspiration from Dusty Springfield, Patti LaBelle, Bette Midler and Cher, Prada Clutch has featured in stage shows across Australia and New Zealand and is one of this country’s most in-demand live-singing drag queens. The show’s creative director is one of Australia’s original Les Girls, Monique Kelly. A member of the troupe from 1973 to 1997, she has a keen eye for detail and a photographic memory of how it was done in her day.

“Many of our dresses are covered in diamantes and each one has either been hand stitched or glued on by Monique. With my Cher dress, she hand beaded every single one and took six months to make. It’s extraordinary,” Prada said. The show features a cast of seven, choreographed by Stephen Clarke who has been dancing and choreographing professionally since 1985. Stephen’s experience includes working with Kylie and Dannii Minogue, Cyndi Lauper and Diana Ross. The 90 minute show features some of Priscilla Queen of the Desert’s greatest hits

including: I Love the Night Life, Go West, Shake Your Groove Thing, Finally and I Will Survive. The show also includes a few surprise hits from some of today’s music icons and divas who have inspired drag performances around the world. This show is jam-packed with dazzling feathers, wigs, costumes and performances you will not forget. Bookings to Wagga Civic Theatre. Wagga Weekly has two tickets to give away. Details on how to win them will be on the Wagga Weekly Facebook page soon.


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SPORT

Barry Carne event lifts Lake Albert

WATER SKIING

Marguerite McKinnon THE potential for Lake Albert to pull big money into Wagga despite a litany of hurdles has been proven again, with last weekend’s Barry Carne Interstate Challenge exceeding organiser’s hopes for success. Australia’s last major water skiing event for the 2017/2018 season saw the Superbad Ski Race Team take out the main final at Lake Albert on Sunday. Hailing from Penrith, skier Ray Ball, driver Brian Farrell and observer Matthew Smith won the 15-lap race in a time of 22 minutes and 50 seconds. The win was Sydney-based Irishman and birthday-boy Ray Ball’s third attempt at the Barry Carne, which came with the last-minute addition of Matty Smith to fill the observer spot. “It feels really good to come here and get the monkey off my back,” Ray said. “I have never had that much luck here, so it was great to break through.” Brian said that after Saturday’s windy conditions, Sunday was perfect skiing weather. “We knew we had the work cut out for us with the field, and to be honest, Jack Coaldrake (from Temper Two) gave us a run for the money and we were behind his wash for a while, so we were chasing him as he was the one to beat,” Brian said. “Early on we had a lot of clear water and we put a good five laps over 100mp/h, then in laps six and seven a few more boats were on course. By lap 10 everyone was out there and it was about consolidating our position and getting to the end,” he said. Second place went to Temper Two with driver Rhett Davis, observer Ben Hackett and skier Jack Coaldrake, while third place was taken by the ILLUSIONS Racing team, made up of driver Maxwell Wilkinson, observer James Kennedy and skier Jacob Hinterholzl. Of the women competitors, Chelsea

Blight and her Brute Force team made the top eight, ahead of ninth placed Maddison Boyer, who raced with Mark Boyer and Jack Stevens on Boystress. Around 200 racers and 45 boats travelled to Wagga for the two day event although five boats pulled out when Wagga Wagga City Council announced the race would be cancelled because of blue green algae levels. With less than 48 hours before the race was due to commence, council reassessed the water quality and gave organisers the reprieve they desperately needed to let competitors and the community know the Barry Carne could go ahead. In fairy tale fashion, the weather also turned it on for the racegoers, with fine and warm weekend conditions. While the wind posed a problem for entrants on Saturday, Commodore of Wagga Boat Club, and race competitor, Mick Henderson, said that, by Sunday, conditions were perfect. “It was a brilliant weekend for us and Wagga as a whole because people still came from across New South Wales and Victoria for the race despite the last-minute call up. Everyone said they’d be back next year because they had such a good time,” Mick said. “Wagga City Council needs to take on board how much of a drawcard this race is for the city. They need to sit back and have a really good look at what the lake is worth to the local economy.” “Imagine how much more valuable it would be if the lake was cleaned up,” Mick concluded. The water-skiing race is named in honour of Victorian Barry Carne, who died during the sixth lap of the final heat of the inaugural NSW v. Victoria Water Ski Challenge Shield on the 9th May 1976. The Barry Carne Memorial Ski Race is held on the second Saturday and Sunday in May of each year, depending on water levels and quality. TOP 10: Barry Carne 15-lap open final results: 1. Superbad

Brian Farrell, Matthew Smith, RAYMOND BALL Time: 00:22:50 :93 2. Temper 2 Rhett Davis, Ben Hackett, JACK COALDRAKE Time: 00:23:27 :15 3. ILLUSIONS R. Max Wilkinson, James Kennedy, JACOB HINTERHOLZL Time: 00:23:59 :45 4. Thundernuts Cameron Cox, Brian Griffin, LLOYD WOOLMAN Time: 00:24:35 :93 5. Stinga F1 Greg Houston, Danny Cropper, CAMERON OSBORNE Time: 00:24:46 :21

6. Temper Racing Brent Wisemantel, Dan Cotton, BRENDAN TIDSWELL Time: 00:26:01 :17 7. Tempered Andrew Davis, Kevin Boylan, KRISTOFER KNIGHTS Time: 00:26:18: :42 8. Brute Force Kris Pogorelec, Tony Dempster, CHELSEA BLIGHT Time: 00:26:39: :86 9. Boystress Mark Boyer, Jack Stevens, MADDISON BOYER Time: 00:27:17 :54 10. Race Marine David Bishop, Doug Perry, THOMAS PERRY Time: 00:28:17 :97

the Bulldogs appearing to suffer the effects of a week off with a bye. The Bulldogs started badly, struggling against strong winds and conceding two early goals in the first quarter. In contrast, the Demons enjoyed their home ground advantage and superiority in the air. The Bulldogs lifted in the second quarter

and trailed by only two goals at half time as the Demons took their turn dealing with the strong wind. The situation reversed in the second half with the Bulldogs playing their strongest game in the third quarter, a scenario which also played out in the team’s first two matches against Coolamon and Wagga Tigers. But the Demons’ tag of being the best team in the competition came to the fore with players moving around the ground freely to locate for uncontested marks and quick handballs which saw them move up

the ground and leave the competition flat footed. Despite the loss, Bulldogs coach, Truman Carroll, was full of praise for the effort of his charges “There was some bad decision making at times, but on the positive side, the endeavour was fantastic. Benson (Ochieng) stepped up and Bryce (McPherson) had a cracking game. It looks promising. The ability is there, we just need to strap it all together,” he said. The final score, Demons 9.14 (68), Bulldogs 6.9 (45).

The end of a run

AFL

Jacob Saggers THE run of wins enjoyed by the Turvey Parks Bulldogs came to an end when they met Collingullie Demons at Crossroads Oval last Saturday The Demons prevailed by 23-points with

Superbad team Matt Smith, Ray Ball and Brian Farrell win the Barry Carne Interstate Open, Memorial.


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Almost $14,000 for charity was raised by auctioning the special Aggies one off jerseys.

Charity the big winner in local rugby derby

RUGBY UNION

pennie scott WITHIN the Southern Inland Rugby Union competition there are many rivalries, but none as fierce as the annual naming rights for the Beres Ellwood oval at Charles Sturt University (CSU) between the two resident teams, RivColl, known as the Reddies, and Wagga Agricultural College, the Aggies. This rivalry has continued for more than 60 years with successive teams maintaining the tradition, passion and tenacity of the very first competitions. Last Saturday’s game was no exception as both teams came off wins from the previous week and were fit for the challenge. And there were hundreds of supporters for each club, creating a buoyant atmosphere for the confrontation. The physical differences between the

first-grade sides was noticeable with the Reddies forward pack significantly bigger and older than the younger students’ combined weight. The backs seemed fairly well matched in size and speed. From the kick-off, every phase was strongly contested by both teams with points scored from both fleet-of-foot running and dogged determination in each team’s quarter. Big busting runs from Aggie’s No. 8, Ben Brookes, gave his team opportunity and momentum to move downfield on a few occasions. However, defence from both teams was excellent with many turnovers within scoring distance and although the scores at half time didn’t reflect it, the contest was very close with Aggies 14 and Reddies 5. In perfect conditions, the second half was one of the most entertaining for any rugby follower. Coaches, Will Mitchell for Aggies and Reddie’s Mark Fischer reinforced game

plans with revived intensity from the first kick-off. Each team’s play-makers were pivotal with Reddies No 8, Ali Todua and Aggie’s No 12, Cam Duffy making opportunities at every breakdown. Brilliant and rousing individual efforts came from fast backs with some dashing breakaway runs to score only to be thwarted by the other team’s impenetrable defence lines. With 20 minutes to go and the scores at 25 to Aggies and 24 to Reddies, the nailbiting commenced. As referee, Brendan Reynolds said in his post-match comments, at this point, the game was anybody’s. While many of the spectators thought the Reddies had run out of puff as Aggies scored three tries, the boys in red did not give up for a moment and, with only 10 minutes left on the new Works For You electronic scoreboard, they were on their try-line again, attempting to bust through

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the tight Aggie’s defence lines. In the last nine minutes of the game, the host team, Aggies, scored again to post a convincing win and claim the Beres Ellwood oval home ground naming rights for the 2018 season. The final score – Aggies 47 to Reddies 24. This also was the Aggies annual charity day with special jerseys worn by the First XV to be auctioned, raising money for the Country Education Fund. The CEF engages local foundations to raise money and provide grants and scholarships for youth in their area. This financial support ranges from $500 to $5000 per student, per year, and assists in purchasing textbooks and laptops for university students, tools and equipment for apprentices and support for rural and regional youth to relocate and take advantage of career opportunities. This year, almost $14,000 was raised from the sale of the First XV jerseys.

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