TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF TICKETING AND ENTRY TO AWAPUNI

Notes: Our legal business name is Racing at Awapuni and Trentham Combined Enterprise Incorporated t/a R.A.C.E. (Inc) 

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Conditions of Ticketing and Entry to Awapuni 

1. Tickets to the Course are issued by RACE Inc & or their ticketing agent. By entering the Course or receiving a ticket for entry to the Course, you are deemed to have accepted, and understood as binding on you, these conditions and any accompanying risks, obligations and responsibilities. It is your responsibility to read and inform yourself of these conditions. 
2. If you enter the Course, there is a possibility of an accident causing injury, death or property damage or loss, and you need to be aware that such risks exist. The risks associated with entry to the Course include, but are not limited to, the risk of suffering injury, harm or loss as a result of: temporary structures (such as umbrellas, marquees and gazebos), parts thereof or other debris being dislodged by wind coming into contact with persons, vehicles or structures; incidents involving movement of horses (such as where horses jump or breach fences, railings, barriers or break free – whether being led or ridden or in their stalls – and come into contact with persons, vehicles or structures) or vehicles; or harmful acts (whether intentional or inadvertent) committed by persons (such as intoxicated persons) present at the Course. 
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8. The schedule for an Event (whether published or otherwise) and its proposed format are only provisional and subject to change due to adverse weather conditions or other reasons. RACE Inc. reserves the right to cancel, postpone or relocate Events, change which participants are in an Event or the format of or any other element of an Event or which Events take place on a particular day or the schedule of Events for that day, or arrange a substitute Event. There is no guarantee of viewing any planned participant in an Event or of viewing any particular Event. Subject to any right of a refund or exchange under clause 5 below, RACE Inc. is not liable to you for any losses, costs or damage you suffer or incur as a result of any cancellation, postponement or relocation of an Event, any changes as to which participants are in an Event or in the format of or any other element of an Event or as to which Events take place on a particular day or in the schedule of Events for that day, or the arrangement of a substitute Event.

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1. You acknowledge that RACE Inc. and third parties authorised by RACE Inc. may photograph, film, videotape, record or otherwise reproduce the image and / or voice of any person who enters the Course and use the same for any purposes (including promotional) without payment to any person 

Ticketing: 

1. RACE Inc. makes no representation or guarantee that there is space available in any particular viewing area within the Course, or that there will be space in any viewing area to allow you to view any particular Event.
2. Tickets to the Course must not, without prior written consent of RACE Inc., be offered for resale (by any means), resold or packaged or used for advertising, promotion or other commercial purposes. If a ticket has been sold or used in breach of these conditions, the bearer of the ticket may be denied admission, and other action may be taken, without refund.
3. If you obtained your ticket other than from RACE Inc. or an authorised ticket agency or reseller, your ticket may be counterfeit, or which has been reported lost or stolen, you may be refused entry. RACE Inc. is not obligated to replace tickets under any circumstances, including (but not limited to) loss or theft. RACE Inc. reserved the right, however, to replace a ticket which has been lost or stolen and charge a fee for that replacement, at its sole discretion.
4. If you are requested by RACE Inc., or a person authorised by RACE Inc., you must produce your ticket for inspection. Tickets which are unreadable due to mutilation or damage of any kind may not be accepted. Should you fail to produce your ticket, RACE Inc. retains the right to remove you from the Course.
5. No refunds will be offered unless the race day is abandoned in its entirety.

In the case of abandonment or postponement:
Full abandonment prior or postponement to raceday- Full refund.
Full abandonment prior to hospitality opening on raceday- Full refund. No hospitality provided.*
Partial abandonment of raceday (after Race 1)- Hospitality will continue. No refund.
*Note that there may be the option to maintain hospitality and event as planned apart from the on-course racing with no refund. This includes running the event as a “phantom meeting”.

6. Cancellations after receipt of ticketing will be charged at the full rate unless re-sold.

 

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1. While present at the Course, you must comply with all relevant laws and any published policies of RACE Inc. relating to liquor.
2. If you bring children into the Course, you are responsible for the care, conduct and supervision of those children at all times. You are responsible for any acts or omissions committed by children whom you have brought to the Course.
3. You must not, without the express authorisation of RACE Inc., enter the racetrack itself or stalls or any area where the movement of horses occur or any area of the Course where persons including ticket holders are prohibited to enter (as indicated by fencing, cordons, locked doors, signage or otherwise). If you do so you may be expelled from the Course, banned from attending the Course in the future and subject to legal action.
4. For the comfort and safety of persons at the Course, you are not permitted to bring into the Course (or have in your possession at the Course) any of the following without consent: alcoholic beverages on any day; any structure or item larger than 3m x 3m (management reserves the right to restrict placement at their discretion) ; any dangerous goods or weapons; any animals (other than, if the person is deaf, blind or otherwise suffering a disability, a guide dog or under pre-arranged special circumstances); any flags, banners or other bearing the logo of any other than our appointed sponsors. These will be confiscated at admission or at the site of erection.; any item that you intend (or such quantities of the item from which RACE Inc. can reasonably infer that you intend) to distribute, hawk, sell, offer or expose for sale; any object, device or substance that may be used to deface or damage any part of the Course
5. Unless authorised beforehand by RACE Inc. in writing, you must not, while at the Course: post, stick or place or attempt to post, stick or place any poster, placard, bill, banner, print, paper or any advertising material on any building, fence or other structure; distribute any printed or visual matter or distribute, display or promote any advertising or promotional material or samples of goods or services; distribute, hawk, sell, offer or expose for sale any goods or services or solicit or collect subscriptions, donations, money or orders from persons present at the Course; throw or attempt to throw any bottle or other projectile; disrupt, interrupt or behave in any matter that may disrupt or interrupt any Event, distract, hinder or interfere with a participant in an Event or interfere with the comfort of other persons at the Course
6. RACE Inc. or persons authorised by RACE Inc. may, in their sole discretion, prevent you from entering the Course or evict you from the Course, if RACE Inc. or persons authorised by RACE Inc. reasonably believe that you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. You agree that this clause does not obligate RACE Inc. to undertake any monitoring or compliance methods to ensure that persons present at the Course are not intoxicated, and RACE Inc. will not be responsible for the conduct of intoxicated persons who are present at the Course, or persons who become intoxicated at the Course, nor for any damage or injury caused by such persons. This clause does not seek to exclude any legal responsibilities that RACE Inc. or persons authorised by RACE Inc. may have in relation to the responsible service of alcohol at the Course.

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Members Draw Terms and Conditions

1. The members draw will be for a Cash prize specified by the Club should the member successfully select 4 winners on the Raceday subject to the following Term’s and Conditions.
2. Members must scan or sign in in on arrival at the course to be eligible to enter.
3. Winning Member drawn after a specified race (ie Race 2.)
4. Confirmation of Identity required.
5. Member must make selections on 4 of the Races Chosen only.
6. Races chosen are final, the member must choose 4 selections out of the selected races. Decision on Races and the number of is the sole responsibility of the Club.
7. The 4 winners must be finalised 15 minutes before the first chosen race.
8. There can be no change to the selections once finalised.
9. If any of the members selections are late scratched after finalisation the return will be subject to the following calculation – Cash Return/ Late Scratching Price.
10. If any Non Selected Late Scratching’s occur after finalisation of Selections in any race, this will result in a reduction of final cash prize by the following Calculation - 80/ (RBP x Odds) – See note 1
11. Dead Heats will result in a reduction of final Cash Prize by 50% for each Dead Heat occurrence.
12. In the case of a full Abandonment before the any of the selected events the member will receive $250, in a partial abandonment the member will receive a collect via the following formula ( $(Club nominated prize value) /the price of selection of any abandoned races)

Note 1
FINAL FIELD DEDUCTION FORMULA
The nearest whole number percentage, using Swiss Rounding, obtained by Dividing 80 by the product of the number of RBPs multiplied by the Odds for the Race Entrant at the time it was scratched from a Race, provided the Odds are less than or equal to Maximum Deduction Odds = 80/(RBPs x Odds) (Rounded to nearest whole number).
Maximum Deduction Odds shall be $35.00
Example: Where a Race Entrant paying $5.00 to Win and $1.33 for a place (3 RBPs) is Scratched, the Return on successful Final Field Win Bets placed prior to that Scratching will be subject to a deduction of 16% (80/(1x5)).
Successful Final Field Place Bets will be subject to a deduction of 20% (80/(3x1.33)).

Raceday punters Club

PUNTERS CLUB RULES 
1. In purchasing this ticket, the purchaser appoints the organiser as agent to place the purchaser’s bets. The proceeds of the sale of the ticket remain the property of the purchaser to be applied for such purpose and it is expressly recorded that no fee or commission will be paid out of the proceeds of ticket sales or dividends or from any source to any organiser or selector. 
2. All tickets must be purchased before the start of the first race in which a bet is to be placed. 
3. Purchasers of tickets do not have to be on course and tickets may be purchased beforehand from the office of the organiser. 
4. The purchaser directs the organiser to place bets in accordance with the directions and decisions of the guest selector or panel of selectors attending the race meeting and acknowledges that the selections and decisions of the selector or panel of selectors shall be final. 
5. The amount to be bet on any race will be at the discretion of the selectors/s and may included the total pool from ticket sales and from accrued winnings. It shall not be obligatory for the organiser to place bets for the purchaser but any bets placed shall be as agent only and can only be placed by the organiser. 
6. Bets will be notified via the on-course loudspeaker system prior to the running of each race in which bets are made and where possible via the appropriate web page on the Club website. 
7. At the conclusion of the race day the amount (if any) remaining in the pool will be distributed to the purchasers of tickets in proportion to the number of units held. To receive payment the ticket or tickets must be produced. Any tickets not collected within 3 months of the raceday are null and void. 
8. Funds not collected at the conclusion of a race day cannot automatically be reinvested for another race day. 
9. No ticket can be purchased by a person under 18 years of age and no person may purchase a ticket on behalf of a person under 18 years of age. 
10. The ticket is only valid for the race day specified on the ticket.

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Beefeater and Blue On Black, both heading to Ellerslie on Saturday for separate $100,000 Group 2 assignments, galloped impressively together at Awapuni this morning.

16 April 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Tuesday, April 16 By RON GURNEY Beefeater and Blue On Black, both heading to Ellerslie on Saturday for separate $100,000 Group 2 assignments, galloped impressively together at Awapuni this morning. They used the course proper (dead) and worked the reverse way (right-handed) over 1200m in 1.18.7, the last 600 in 36.5, much to the delight of their respective trainers, Roydon Bergerson and Anne Herbert. Beefeater is nominated for the Manco Easter Handicap (1600m), getting in with just 2kg above the minimum, while Blue On Black, third in the Manawatu Classic last start, tackles the Valachi Downs Stakes (2100m) for three-year-olds. All other fast work was on the plough (good), where Wafer and Prince Turbo took the honours when timed 1000m in 1.6.5, the last 600 in 37.2. Their un-raced stablemates Flying Surf (Niagara-Surf Patrol) and a Per Incanto gelding came up with 1.7 even and 37.9, while Cog Knish and Thursday's Woodville runner Proletariat (mdn 1400m) took 1.6.1 and 38.1. Rock With Choux, who placed third last start, went 1000m on his own in 1.7.5 and 38.7, and goes to Woodville for a maiden 3yo 1600m. Gold Flake (mdn f&m 1600m), unplaced when resuming last month, and Viva La Platinum (mdn 3yo 1600m) were paired over 800m in 52.2, the last 600 in 38.9. The blinkers go on both horses at Woodville. Derecho warmed up from the 1000m (1.10.7) to run home the final 800m in 54.1, the last 600 in 39.4, and his stablemate Glide Queen (mdn 1400m) did similar work (1.13.6), finishing with 55.6 and 40.4. Authentic Charm, the half-sister to Authentic Paddy, was kept to 800m in 55.5, the last 600 in 40 seconds even, but looks close to seizing an overdue victory at Woodville on Thursday (mdn 1200m).
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Talented eight-year-old sprinter Salamanca again showed his solid progress in training with a strong gallop at Awapuni this morning.

11 April 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Thursday, April 11 By RON GURNEY Talented eight-year-old sprinter Salamanca again showed his solid progress in training with a strong gallop at Awapuni this morning. All fast work was on the plough (good), where Salamanca covered 800m in 50.6, the last 600 in 37.6. The son of Alamosa has not raced since finishing unplaced in the (Listed) Levin Stakes (1200m) at Otaki in late November. Hawke's Bay entrant Bella Margarita (r65 mile) had Tim Johnson aboard over a nice 1000m in 1.5.6, the last 600 in 38.6. She resumes on Saturday after winning a Levin jump-out last week, and Jake Bayliss picks up the ride. Father Lenihan and Lincoln's Gal were paired over 800m in 51.8, the last 600 in 38.7, while Semper Magico, fourth on debut at Tauherenikau last month, ended 1000m with 600 in 38.1. Hawke's Bay Cup runner Kamanda Lincoln worked alone over 1000m, coming in from the 800m in 52.5, the last 600 in 38.8. He is working up well, and could be the giant-killer with Ryan Elliot in the saddle. A Rip Van Winkle gelding and a Dissident gelding, both trained by Lisa Latta, ran 800m in 51.9, the last 600 in 38.8, while their stablemates Manhattan Street and a Reliable Man gelding took 53.1 and 38.5. Fabiola, fourth on debut at Wanganui last week, was timed 1000m in 1.9.4, the last 600 in 39.6, and Beefeater, who may go to Ellerslie for the Easter Handicap next week, worked right-handed in 1.11.7 and 40.4. Lisa Latta-trained Gold Flake, unplaced when resuming at Waipukurau, and a Shamexpress gelding, were on terms throughout 800m in 54.7, the last 600 in 40.5 Hank Moody, the mount of Troy Harris in the r72 2500m at Hastings on Saturday, was kept to 1000m in 1.15 even, the last 600 in 43.2.
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Master Lincoln has taken great benefit from a fresh-up run at Woodville last month to figure prominently in training at Awapuni this morning.

09 April 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Tuesday, April 9 By RON GURNEY Master Lincoln has taken great benefit from a fresh-up run at Woodville last month to figure prominently in training at Awapuni this morning. Timing was restricted to just a few gallops because of lingering fog. Master Lincoln used the plough (good) and had stablemate Lincoln's Command for a partner over 800m, the last 600 in 37.4. It was strong work, and Master Lincoln is ready for his second win in 11 starts. Hastings entrant Bella Margarita (r65 mile), who has not raced for three months, had trainer Lucy Tanner aboard over 1000m, the last 600 in 37.7, while a Thewayyouare-Ha'penny four-year-old trained by Maurice O'Brien went 1000m in 1.7.5 and 39.5. Beefeater was not extended to run 1000m, the last 600 in 42.6, and La Jungles, with trainer Stephen Beatson in the saddle, covered 1000m in 1.12 even, the last 600 in 42.9.
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Veteran sprinter Salamanca and stablemate Prince Turbo were the best workers during a very quiet gallop session at Awapuni this morning.

04 April 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Thursday, April 4 By RON GURNEY Veteran sprinter Salamanca and stablemate Prince Turbo were the best workers during a very quiet gallop session at Awapuni this morning. Fast work was on the plough (good), where Salamanca and Prince Turbo were paired over 800m in 50.4, the last 600 in 37.2. Salamanca is some way off race-day fitness, but is obviously making solid progress. This is his seventh season of racing (10 wins), which started with victory on debut at Otaki (800m) as a two-year-old six years ago this week. At his very next start he won the (Listed) Champagne Stakes (1200m) at Riccarton. Prince Turbo, the winner of one from nine, has been freshened since racing in December. Their stablemates Flying Surf and a Per Incanto gelding covered 800m in 49.8, the last 600 in 37.4, while Weare Rocking and four-year-old Almo Costa (by Alamosa), who ran third on debut at Tauherenikau recently, went 1000m in 1.8.6 and 39.1
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Improving Per Incanto maiden Desert Magic looks ready to chalk up his first win on Friday judging by his fine track gallop at Awapuni this morning.

02 April 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Tuesday, April 2 By RON GURNEY Improving Per Incanto maiden Desert Magic looks ready to chalk up his first win on Friday judging by his fine track gallop at Awapuni this morning. All fast work took place on the plough (good), where Desert Magic, ridden by Danielle Hirini, skipped over 1000m in 1.6.4, the last 600 in 37.1. The three-year-old gelding debuted at Wairoa (1200m) in late February, finishing fifth before a much better third at Woodville (1200m) in his only other start so far. He can go one better on Friday (mdn 3yo 1200m) on his home track. Rosetta (r72 mile) and Tiro were paired over 1000m in 1.7.9, the last 600 in 37.6, and Dal Kilchoan (r65 2200m) went alone in 1.6.1 and 38.1. Du'blues (r72 1200m), who posted back-to-back wins (1400m & 1550m) during the summer, ran 1000m in 1.7.6, the last 600 in 38.8. She has been freshened. Red Red Robin finished second at Tauherenikau last start and showed her fitness this morning with 1000m in 1.8.7, the last 600 in 38.9, and Lincoln Falls, who has been gelded, posted 1.9 even and 38.6. China Star, in the r82 1400m on Friday, and Wanganui (Thursday) improver Lincoln Hanover (mdn 3yo 1350m) matched strides over 800m in 52.1, the last 600 in 38.9. NZ Oaks winner Sentimental Miss went with Manawatu entrant Fictitious over 800m in 52.8, the last 600 in 38.6, and Rock With Choux, in at Wanganui (mdn 3yo 1350m), ran 1000m in 1.7.7 and 39.4. He won a Foxton trial last week. Brahmarahma and Denny's Lincoln were on terms throughout 800m in 52.2, the last 600 in 39.2, while Manawatu runner Lincoln Hills (r82 1400m) and Father Lenihan took 52.3 and 39.7. Prince Turbo and a Wandjina gelding stablemate left 800m behind in 53.5, the last 600 in 39.4, and Glide Queen, in at Wanganui (mdn 3yo 1350m), was kept to 1.14.3 for 1000m, the last 600 in 40.8. Un-raced two-year-old filly Princess Ani (by Towkay), a sister to Heni, and an Alamosa-Elegant Emerald gelding, both trained by Mike Breslin, were not after time over 800m in 54.8 and 40.5. Cheese Maker, who resumes in a jumpers' highweight on Thursday, had trainer Stephen Beatson aboard over 1000m, the last 600 in 46.4.
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The blinkers are back on Beefeater for the $50,000 open sprint (1400m) at Manawatu on Saturday, with top jockey Chris Johnson having his first ride on the six-year-old in three years.

28 March 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Thursday, March 28 By RON GURNEY The blinkers are back on Beefeater for the $50,000 open sprint (1400m) at Manawatu on Saturday, with top jockey Chris Johnson having his first ride on the six-year-old in three years. It all looks a winning formula, particularly after the horse's impressive final trial with stablemate Just Fabulous at Awapuni this morning. All fast work took place on the plough (good), where Beefeater and Just Fabulous (r65 mile) were paired over 1200m in 1.22 even, coming the final 800m in 53.9, the last 600 in 36.9. Beefeater has a good record on his home track, where he won the Bulls Country Cup (1500m) last November. Just Fabulous blotted his copybook in the Wellington Guineas last start, but should be far more competitive back in r65 grade. Opie Bosson rides him for the first time. Henree Winkler, whom Bosson will ride in the r82 mile, worked in grand style in company on Tuesday, but galloped alone this morning over 1000m in 1.6.9, the last 600 in 37.6, which was also very satisfying. Forget the form on paper because he will appreciate the step up to 1600 metres with some easing of the ground. The blinkers go on as well. Un-raced Tavistock three-year-old Lincoln Town had a Reliable Man gelding for a partner over a nice 800m in 50.3, the last 600 in 37.7, while their better-performed stablemates China Star and Almo Street took 51.3 and 37.2. Blue On Black (Manawatu Classic) followed up a nice hit-out on Tuesday with another solid 1000m in 1.8.1, the last 600 in 38.5. He should credit himself well. Un-raced Per Incanto colt Sindacato, trained by Roydon Bergerson, was timed 1000m in 1.8.8, the last 600 in 38.3, and Kamanda Lincoln (Awapuni Gold Cup) was kept to 1.9 even and 38.3. He deserves respect. Race rival Authentic Paddy ended with 600m in 38.9, and an Ekraar filly trained by Jeff Lynds did 1000m in 1.9.5, the last 600 in 38.5. Don't Know Jakk (Manawatu Classic) and Shadows Cast matched strides throughout 800m in 53.2, the last 600 in 38.2, while Prince Turbo and a Per Incanto gelding clocked 53.6 and 39.1. Amorata (r72 2200m) was at a good clip early over 1000m in 1.6.7, easing to complete the last 600 in 39.4, and her stablemates Colorado Miss (r65 mile) and Windsor (r72 1400m) went 1.9 even and 39.9. The blinkers go on Colorado Miss. An Alamosa-Beautiful Red gelding and an Alamosa-Elegant Emerald gelding, both trained by Mike Breslin, ran 800m in 54.4, the last 600 in 39.7, and their stablemate Flying Surf went alone in 55.7 and 41.2. A Jakkalberry three-year-old filly with Mark Oulaghan was timed 800m in 56.2, the last 600 in 41.5, and Wafer left 1000m behind in a quiet 1.12.3 and 41.1. Jessiegee ended with 600m in 41 even. D'blues was not after time over 1000m in 1.14.1, the last 600 in 42.6, while a Burgundy filly and a Dalghar gelding, both with Lisa Latta, sprinted 600m in 42.1.
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Henree Winkler and Miss Oahu were stand-out performers at Awapuni this morning.

26 March 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Tuesday, March 26 By RON GURNEY Henree Winkler and Miss Oahu were stand-out performers at Awapuni this morning. Fast work took place on the plough (good), with two gallops recorded on the course proper (dead). Henree Winkler and Miss Oahu used the plough and reeled off a smart 800m in 48.2, the last 600 in 36.2, with both horses revelling in their work. Henree Winkler is likely to race at Manawatu on Saturday, while Miss Oahu was nominated for the r65 1200m at Waipukurau on Thursday. Princess Amelie and Lincoln Hills were paired over a nice 800m as well, covering the distance in 49.5, the last 600 in 36.3, while their stablemates Authentic Paddy and Authentic Charm came up with 49.8 and 36.9. Kamanda Lincoln and Johnny Lincoln left 800m behind in 51.1, the last 600 in 37.6, and Desert Magic went alone in 52.3 and 37.5. Divine Wine and a Darci Brahma filly clocked 51.5 and 38.5. Beefeater and Just Fabulous matched strides throughout a solid 1000m in 1.3.8, the last 600 in 38.2, and Blue On Black ran 1200m in 1.23, coming his final 1000m in 1.6.8, the last 600 in 38.3. King Cougar and Waipukurau runner Weare Rocking (mdn mile) were timed 1000m in 1.8.4, the last 600 in 38 even, while Sophia Magia (r65 mile) and Rosetta posted 1.8.6 and 38.8. Last-start maiden winner Don't Know Jakk cruised over 1200m in 1.27.7, quickening up to run the last 600 in 38.9, and a Jakkalberry three-year-old filly, also trained by Mark Oulaghan, did 1000m in 1.8.2 and 39 even. Cog Knish and a Niagara maiden were not after time over 1000m in 1.12, the last 600 in 39.9, and a Mastercraftsman gelding trained by Mark Oulaghan completed 1000m in 1.9.9 and 40.7. A Reliable Man gelding with Lisa Latta completed 800m in 57.6 and 41.3. On the course proper (against the rail), Waipukurau runner Tiro (r65 mile) and Windsor were on terms throughout 1000m in 1.5.1, the last 600 in 35.7. Atenartin and Derecho, between the markers (5m out from the rail), covered 1000m in 1.6.4, the last 600 in 37.1.
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Three-year-old fillies Princess Amelie and Secret Allure, who will likely be on hand for the Sires' Produce meeting, galloped in fine fashion at Awapuni this morning.

21 March 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Thursday, March 21 By RON GURNEY Three-year-old fillies Princess Amelie and Secret Allure, who will likely be on hand for the Sires' Produce meeting, galloped in fine fashion at Awapuni this morning. The majority of fast work was on the plough (good), where Princess Amelie and Secret Allure were paired over 800m in 49.9, the last 600 in 36.7. Both fillies raced well below expectations at their last starts, but can easily put the record straight on Saturday week . Sindacato (by Per Incanto) and a Pins gelding, both trained by Roydon Bergerson, warmed up from the 800m (53.1) to run home the last 600 in 37.1. Sindacato won a trial at Foxton last September, but has not raced. Just You, who has not been since the spring, ended with 600m in 37.9, while Garment and Crystal Bubble went together in 38.2. Almo Costa (by Alamosa), a Foxton trial winner earlier this month, and Weare Rocking matched strides over 1000m in 1.6.9, the last 600 in 38.8, and Almo Costa debuts at Tauherenikau on Sunday (mdn 1400m). Bella Margarita covered 800m in 52.5, the last 600 in 38.7, while Prince Turbo and Flying Surf came up with 55.3 and 38.9. Cog Knish and a Niagara gelding stablemate ran 1000m in 1.6.8 and 39.3. Lincoln Fury and a Darci Brahma filly left 800m behind in 54.4, the last 600 in 39.4, and That's Funny recorded 56.8 and 40.3. Beefeater was kept to 1000m in 1.13.4 and 41.2. On the course proper, talented mares Art Deco and Excelleration, in the care of Peter Didham, worked over 800m, the last 600 in 34.7.
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Impressive last-start Otaki winner Platinum Rapper and his stablemate Platinum Wild Card, both heading to Tauherenikau on Sunday, highlighted a quiet gallop session at Awapuni this morning.

19 March 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Tuesday, March 19 By RON GURNEY Impressive last-start Otaki winner Platinum Rapper and his stablemate Platinum Wild Card, both heading to Tauherenikau on Sunday, highlighted a quiet gallop session at Awapuni this morning. All fast work took place on the plough (good), where Platinum Rapper (r72 mile) and Platinum Wild Card (r65 1400m) were paired over 800m in 51.2, the last 600 in 37.7. Both horses are at the top of their game. Not to be denied, Stunning (r65 2050m) and Quatromosa (mdn 2200m), two more from the stable of Lisa Latta, ran 800m in 51.6, the last 600 in 37.9. Quatromosa is very close to scoring her first win. Race rival Viva La Platinum and Lincoln Hanover (mdn 1400m) matched strides over 800m in 51.9, the last 600 in 37.6, while Lincoln Star and a Reliable Man gelding posted 52.8 and 37.4. Fabiola (by Per Incanto), who won a trial (1000m) at Awapuni last month, and Semper Magico (by Per Incanto), both three-year-olds trained by Mark Oulaghan, caught the eye over 1000m in a smart 1.2.1, the last 600 in 38.1. Semper Magico debuts on Sunday. Blue On Black worked alone over 1000m in 1.5.4, the last 600 in 38.7, and an un-raced Mastercraftsman three-year-old trained by Mark Oulaghan, was kept to 1.10.5 and 39.7. Dal Kilchoan, in on Sunday (r65 2050m), left 1000m behind in 1.7.2, the last 600 in 40.1, and race rival Sophia Magia recorded 1.9.5 and 40.5. Rock With Choux (by Jimmy Choux), unplaced in three starts last spring, was kept to 1.10.4 and 40.8. Talented mare Art Deco sprinted 600m in 40.9, and a Jakkalberry three-year-old trained by Mark Oulaghan did 1000m in 1.11.5, the last 600 in 41 even. Prince Turbo sprinted 600m in 41.7, while un-raced three-year-old Flying Surf (by Niagara) went 41.8. Top mare Excelleration clocked 42.1.
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Woodville entrant Likageesix and fellow maiden Lincoln Hanover turned on the speed during a wet session at Awapuni this morning.

14 March 2019
Deanna Carr
AWAPUNI TRACKWORK Thursday, March 14 By RON GURNEY Woodville entrant Likageesix and fellow maiden Lincoln Hanover turned on the speed during a wet session at Awapuni this morning. All fast work was on the plough (slushy), where Likageesix and Lincoln Hanover reeled off a very smart 800m in 48 even, the last 600 in 36.5. Trained by Leon Mudgway, Likageesix (by Guillotine) was a Foxton trial winner (1000m) last month before finishing an eye-catching third on debut at Awapuni (1200m) two weeks ago. He has trained on beautifully. The same goes for Lisa Latta-trained Lincoln Hanover (by Showcasing), who finished third fresh up (1200m) the same day. Both horses should be winning races at short notice. A Per Incanto gelding and an Alamosa gelding, both trained by Mike Breslin, sprinted 600m in 38.9, while Sunday's Woodville runners Hank Moody (Wdvl Cup) and Amorata (r72 2200m) were kept to 1000m in 1.9.7, the last 600 in 40.7. Lyano, who tackles the NZ St Leger at Trentham on Saturday, was not after time over 1000m in 1.10.5, the last 600 in 41.4, and neither were last-start maiden winner Kapinos (r65 mile) and Sophia Magia, who clocked 1.15.3 and 42.7. King Cougar went an easy 600m in 44.1.
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