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Additional Veterinary Reports from 28 June 2017 Race Meeting

29/06/2017

Race 3

CLEVER SPIRIT

CLEVER SPIRIT, which performed poorly, was examined by the Veterinary Officer who said at that time there were no significant findings.  CLEVER SPIRIT was again examined by the Veterinary Officer at the stables of Trainer C Fownes this morning.  He said at this time he noted the horse to have a stiff and restricted action and to be intermittently lame in its right front leg.  As previously advised, CLEVER SPIRIT will be required to perform to the satisfaction of the Stewards in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination before being allowed to race again.

CAREFREE LET GO

The Clinical Veterinary Surgeon reported that CAREFREE LET GO was lame in its right hind leg on the morning after racing.  Before being allowed to race again, CAREFREE LET GO will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.

Race 4 – OTOUTO

OTOUTO, which performed poorly, was examined by the Veterinary Officer who said at that time there were no significant findings.  OTOUTO was again examined by the Veterinary Officer at the stables of Trainer D Cruz this morning.  He said at this time he noted the horse to have a stiff and restricted action and to be lame in its right front leg.  Before being allowed to race again, OTOUTO will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.

Race 5 – GRACYDAD

The Clinical Veterinary Surgeon reported that GRACYDAD was lame in its right hind leg on the morning after racing.  Before being allowed to race again, GRACYDAD will be subjected to an official veterinary examination.

Race 6 – WISKY

WISKY, which performed poorly, was examined by the Veterinary Officer who said at that time there were no significant findings.  WISKY was again examined by the Veterinary Officer at the stables of Trainer J Size this morning.  He said at this time he noted the horse to have a stiff and restricted action and to be mildly lame in its left front leg.  As previously advised, WISKY will be required to perform to the satisfaction of the Stewards in a barrier trial and be subjected to an official veterinary examination before being allowed to race again.

The Veterinary Officer reported that examinations conducted this morning of all other horses inspected during last night’s racemeeting were shown to have no significant findings.

 

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