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    • INQUIRY INTO THE ANALYSTS FINDING OF HEPTAMINOL IN A POST-RACE URINE SAMPLE TAKEN FROM LENNOX ROAD AFTERTHE GELDING COMPETING IN RACE 2–MAIDEN HANDICAP CONDUCTED AT NARRANDERA RACING CLUB ON 17AUGUST 2019.Stewards Room 18October2019 Murrumbidgee Turf Club, Wagga WaggaStewards: J A Shultz(Chairman)S K Knight Racing NSW Stewards today conducted an inquiry intoreports from the Australian Racing Forensic Laboratory (ARFL) and Racing Analytical Services Limited (RASL) concerning the Analysts findings of Heptaminol in a post-race urine sample taken from Lennox Road after the gelding competed in  and won Race 2–Maiden Handicap conducted at the Narrandera racecourse on Saturday 17 August2019. Evidence was today taken from trainer o fLennox Road, Mr George Dimitropoulos, Racing NSW Chief Veterinary Officer Dr Toby Koenig and ARFL Science Manager Dr Adam Cawley. The inquiry established that Mr Dimitropoulos had administered Dynajec, a product which contains Heptaminol on or around 4pm Thursday 15 August 2019 to Lennox Road which fails to comply with recommended veterinary advice regarding the withdrawal time for Heptaminol. Mr Dimitrpoulos pleaded guilty to a charge under AR245(1) of having administered or caused to be administered a prohibited substance, namely Heptaminol to the race horse Lennox Road which was detected in a post-race urine sample taken from Lennox Road following its participation in Race 2–The Maiden Handicap at Narrandera racecourse on 17August2019. Having considered relevant matters in respect to penalty ,including this was Mr Dimitropoulos first offence under this rule, his guilty plea and his forthright evidence,he was fined the sum of $5000. Mr Dimitropoulos was advised of his right of appeal.
    • he Shark: Best At Avondale On Friday   RACE 1
      14 Siracusa ($4.20) Debutant who looks a star filly in the making. Sensational efforts at the trials when finishing strongly from the rear of the field without being fully let down. Would have won both had she been asked to.
      Selections: 14-9-3-1 BET NOW RACE 2
      17 Shanghar ($51) Well educated and has looked good in a couple of those trials. Worth an each way nibble.
      Selections: 17-4-1-9 BET NOW RACE 3
      4 Glorious Dream ($3.50) Game effort when finishing just one length off them on debut after trialling well. Looks suited up to the mile.
      Selections: 4-2-3-5 BET NOW RACE 4
      1 Livy Lass ($2.60) Generally puts in a back-me-next-time effort without following through. However, she strikes a very winnable race here.
      Selections: 1-2-3-7 BET NOW RACE 5
      9 Humbucker ($3.80) Makes his debut on the back of an impressive trial when downing Siracusa (Race 1) off a wide run earlier this month.
      Selections: 9-6-11-12 BET NOW RACE 6
      6 Run To Perfection ($2.10) Stephen Marsh colt who put in the big bounds late to get up for second on debut. Will relish the step up to 1400 as he works towards a start in November's 2000 Guineas.
      Selections: 6-3-13-11 BET NOW RACE 7
      8 Quizzy Lizzy ($1.90) She's one that needs time to wind up and she'll get that opportunity over the Avondale mile. Rates as one of the better bets of the day.
      Selections: 8-7-3-1 BET NOW RACE 8
      6 Franklin ($6.50) Disappointing when resuming but expect a much improved effort second up, a state he has won in before. Good gate and is one from one on the course.
      Selections: 6-5-2-1 BET NOW RACE 9
      1 Aero De Paris ($2.30) Super impressive when winning in heavy conditions at Rotorua three starts back and equally impressive two starts back at Te Rapa when he was unlucky not to have won. 
      Selections: 1-12-9-5 BET NOW RACE 10
      11 Trouble ($3.40) Will be near peak at his fourth run back this preparation. Won a special conditions maiden in similar conditions back in March.
      Selections: 11-2-9-10 BET NOW Best: 6 Run To Perfection (Race 6)
      Next: 8 Quizzy Lizzy (Race 7)
      Roughie: 17 Shanghar (Race 2)
    • Our immigration policy is to labour and refugees count the 15000
    • Their overnight coverage of racing is stupid. When it comes to English classic racing there is some interest unlike South Africa, Japan etc. Now anyone having a bet is going to have the dividends on their phone, computer, tablet or whatever. The TAB's are closed overnight. So why cover up a view of the horses with the dividends. Its not just for a few seconds but the whole time. You would think people in NZ who are not versed in the form  see a neat looking horse then that would encourage a bet.
    • Sure! No sweat mate.
    • Totally agree , was described by another poster who  is not a fan of Ebor form as that a while ago, will cost me fifty bucks charity bet as result if he does not make top 10 in Cup , I respect the horse a lot but yes Melb Cup more his go .  Mind you nice settled first lap , I back him to outdo a few up hill in the  Stayers Hurdle 
    • Alisdair Robertson says - <“But we orientate the stage away from the horses. I would guess about 80 percent of the people in that area won't go see a horse, and that's great. I can assure you that there's 100,000 people at Melbourne Cup day, and if 10,000 see a horse that's a miracle." >   He doesn’t Know what he’s talking about and I doubt he’s even been to MC day if he’s making stupid statements like that! Having been on track for “17” Melbourne Cups, I can sure Alisdair that it’s standing room only at Flemington when the horses jump and the crowd roars! When they come down the straight the first time, the majority of the 100,000 on course don’t see one horse - they see 24 !! So please, don’t make such silly statements. 
    • May well be another big night for All Stars .Big numbers in both major races which means it's not if they win but which one    Greg    
    • My apologies Trump I have been very busy lately...I completely forgot about this, can we do it on the Cox Plate or the MC or another  race of your choice over the rest of the spring????
    • Not sure Mustajeer could be described as a jumper. He's probably a better Metrop or Melbourne Cup horse but his form is not bad. 3rd to Magical (ranks top Cartier point scorer so far) in Gp1 WFA in Ireland is good form albeit he was beaten a margin. 2 lengths behind Cliffs of Mohar ( 3rd in last years Caufield Cup) gives you an idea of his ability.
    • Otaki? Is it still the OMRC? I would have thought that in this PC World it wouldn’t be allowed! As for it being the future? Madness. Foxton would be better. Easy access from all areas within an hours drive and closer to the majority of the horse population in that zone. 
    • Constantinople, Rostropovich and Vow and Declare on top. For the remainder of my F4 and tri in the placings with the above three, I’ll be throwing in Finche, Mer De Glacé, Mr Quickie, Gold Mount and Red Verdon. 
    • Those up the top have form around Benbatl, Best Solution and Constantinople around Logician....don't see Hartnell giving them weight...Crown Prosecutor failed vet and is out.
    • As I said, typical ABC Leftie reporting. Take one Killing house and use it how they want. That’s why Auntie is becoming more irrelevant by the day. Here’s Peter V’Landy’s response.         View this email in your browser MEDIA RELEASE
      Friday, 18 October 2019
      Racing NSW Response to ABC 7.30 Report
        Following the program that aired on the ABC’s 7.30 Report last night, Racing NSW Chief Executive, Peter V’landys AM, unequivocally condemned the alleged abhorrent actions of the Meramist Queensland Abattoir. The vision was sickening, and horrendous and Racing NSW calls upon the Queensland Government and its Department of Primary Industries to take the strongest possible action against the alleged perpetrators of such cruelty. Such conduct and any mistreatment of horses is not tolerated in the NSW Thoroughbred Racing Industry.
        In responding to the 7.30 Report, Mr V’landys AM said “I will let the facts below speak for themselves:
        • Racing NSW is the only State in Australia that has a Rule of Racing that prohibits horses from being sent to a knackery or abattoir if they have been predominantly domiciled in the NSW Thoroughbred Racing Industry. Further, in NSW it is illegal for an abattoir to process a horse for human consumption, unlike other States.

      • That Rule is targeted at eradicating treatment such as that of the Meramist Queensland Abattoir detailed in the 7.30 Report. The effectiveness of that Rule is highlighted by the fact that the 7.30 Report did not identify any horses from NSW that had been sent to that facility, which is where this appalling mistreatment took place.

      • As to the 14 horses identified by the ABC, Racing NSW responded to the ABC in respect to those horses and advised that at least 12 of those horses had either predominately raced or been domiciled in other States (where Racing NSW does not have jurisdiction) or had been officially retired to be re-homed as a pleasure horse. Accordingly, these horses were outside of Racing NSW’s jurisdiction and this illustrates why Racing NSW is supportive of a National Horse Traceability Register.

      • There have been in excess of 10,000 horses retired in NSW over the past three years and even based on the ABC’s unsubstantiated claim that 14 horses were found at a NSW knackery this shows that the Rule has been effective. No Rule is foolproof and in the racing industry, as in any other element of the community, there is unfortunately 1% of participants who will break the rules despite 99% doing the completely right thing.

      • To show Racing NSW’s determination to enforce the Rule, it has over a period of time purchased 10 NSW domiciled horses from  a Victorian sale located at Echuca which were at risk of being purchased by a knackery and also made bids on many other horses to make it unviable for the knackery to purchase them.

      • Racing NSW has also seized over 120 retired thoroughbred horses on welfare grounds and, over a long period of time, brought these horses back to health and then proceeded to re-home them. Racing NSW has also seized retired thoroughbred horses that were to be exported to Asia to race due to concerns about their ongoing welfare.

      • Racing NSW has purchased property throughout NSW including 2,500 acres at Capertee to have sufficient areas to enable its rehoming program.

      • Racing NSW has a specific equine welfare fund which requires 1% of all prizemoney to be assigned to horse welfare, which was over $2.5 million last year. Racing NSW was the first jurisdiction in Australia to introduce this initiative, doing so in 2016.

      • Unfortunately, there will always be people that break the Rules. Racing NSW immediately commenced investigations into the allegations made by the ABC and will prosecute any person that Racing NSW has jurisdiction over that has breached the Rules of Racing and sent a horse to a knackery.

      • Racing NSW has not been provided with specific evidence from the ABC in respect to the identity of horses alleged to have been sent to knackeries and will be seeking those details to continue its investigations.

      • Despite repeated requests from Racing NSW, the ABC has not returned Racing NSW calls so that Racing NSW could correct some of the incorrect facts that were subsequently aired and to provide any evidence so that Racing NSW can successfully investigate and prosecute breaches of the Rules of Racing. This information included evidence that one horse the ABC claimed was destroyed in a knackery was alive and well and that the ABC was aware of such.

      • Racing NSW calls upon any person who has evidence in respect to the mistreatment of a thoroughbred to immediately make contact with the Racing NSW Integrity department for investigation.
        For more information please contact Mr Peter V’landys AM, Racing NSW Chief Executive, by phone on (02) 9551 7555.   Copyright © 2019 Racing NSW, All rights reserved.
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    • I'm liking this.  Yes a new bottom of 35, only 1 win horses below 40, and winners of < $10k maiden go to 42, $10k to $15k maiden to 44, >$15k maiden 46.  And the age group stuff.
    • The Hong Kong Cup is a good one to you tube , loads spring carnival horses including Cox Plate fav  were in it . Red Verdon was making a move on bend and got pole axed by Pakistan Star and Waldgeist. Iam having ew dabble Red Verdon . I'd love to see Hartnell win, I think it's a good move by Cummings . He shown to have lost a bit of form at WFA level now . But physically he carried more than 58 many times including at 2 and 3 yo in   UK and relative to others the spread not big , he's giving a stone to Qafila at bottom , Wolfe hijacked the original field on 50 but it's still not massive spread for horse with real class . When you consider race like Cesarewitch which comes up sometimes when discussing Melb Cup the weight spread in that on Saturday was 23lbs , a horse like say Mustijeer if not here would likely be running in it giving away that kind weight to bottom weight .
    • Used to love Aesops Fables as a kid , one about dog with bone looking in river seeing reflection of dog with bigger bone jumping in to steal it and losing bone ending up with nothing was a good one . Think it was old Aesops who wrote it  , was while ago my mum tucked me in,  made me hot coco and read me a bedtime story so memory hazy  .
    • They love to dig a hole deeper these spokespeople  , a normal career 12 years old . Do they look at a racebook . How many 12 years old horses still rattling round . If there more than 2 country wide racing in OZ tomorrow I'd be amazed .Maybe they mean breeding as well, if so where's all the geldings at 12. Surprised the greyhound crowd feeding out this meat, must be bit risky re positive swab. I know horse jerky imported from Europe was the rage for gym bunny pretty boys few years back in UK .Full of protein no fat .
    • They had to respond...or as Lee Freedman said " The court of public opinion will bury Australian Racing...."
    • Damian Lane has ridden MDG before in Japan so no doubt considered it a good Cup hope in Australia. Mirage Dancer and Constantinople have good form around serious horses in Europe as does Rostropovitch. Couple them up with the light weight threats.....Vow and Declare, Brimham Rocks, Chosen One......
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