Friday, 31 July 2020 AWAPUNI Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R1||GOODBYE VICKI & CRAIG MDN HRDL||BAKELA||SHAUN FANNIN||KEVIN MYERS||3:22.38||15,000|
|R2||AUDIO VISION MDN HRDL||GRINNER||EMILY J FARR||J R WHEELER||3:21.02||15,000|
|R3||JENNIAN HOMES R-OPN HRDL||AVE MARIA||SHAUN FANNIN||KEVIN MYERS||3:28.41||15,000|
|R4||NORM BEVAN MEM CUP MDN STPL||ALBARON||SHAUN FANNIN||KEVIN MYERS||4:10.26||15,000|
|R5||METRO CLAD R-OPN STPL||NAPOLEON||SHAUN FANNIN||KEVIN MYERS||5:18.29||15,000|
|R6||E CARSON MEM PARLIAMENTARY-72||AIGNE||SAM O'MALLEY||KEVIN MYERS||2:22.11||15,000|
|R7||LINCOLN FARMS WHYTE HCP (94)||CHARLIE HORSE||LEAH HEMI||S DOUGAN||1:42.32||15,000|
|R8||DIXON AND DUNLOP MDN||WINE N' DINE||SAMANTHA COLLETT||J R WHEELER||1:15.90||15,000|
|R9||DIXON AND DUNLOP HCP (82)||MISS LIZZIE||BIRDIE ANSELL||ANNA CLEMENT||1:15.92||15,000|
Awapuni Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|31 JUL 2020|
R1 - R9 HEAVY
|Outside Bend | True | Heavy Dew.||9||97|
|18 JUL 2020|
R1 - R9 HEAVY
|Inside Bend | True from 850 to 400m, remainder out 9m | 2mm rain overnight.||9||108|
|04 JUL 2020|
R1 - R10 HEAVY
|Inside Bend | 3m from 400-800m mark, then 9m | 2mm Rain Overnight.||10||131|
|28 FEB 2020|
R1 - R7 DEAD
|Inside Bend | Out 2m 800 - 400 | Remainder Out 5m.||7||58|
|07 FEB 2020|
R1 - R8 GOOD
|True (Inside Bend) Remainder Out 5m.||8||77|
|04 JAN 2020|
R1 - R8 DEAD
|Out 6m from the 800m-400m, Remainder True (Outside Bend).||8||69|
|26 DEC 2019|
R1 - R8 DEAD
|True | Inside Bend.||8||81|
|21 DEC 2019|
R1 - R8 SLOW
|True | 8mm Rain Overnight.||8||88|
|14 DEC 2019|
R1 - R8 GOOD
|23 NOV 2019|
R1 - R9 GOOD
|Out 2.5m From 800m to 400m, Remainder Out 5m | Outside Bend In Use.||9||110|
|14 NOV 2019|
R1 - R9 DEAD
|True on home bend, Remainder out 2.5m (inside bend) | No Rain.||9||105|
|02 NOV 2019|
R1 - R10 DEAD
Track Map Guide
A plan set by trainer Toby Autridge back in November came to fruition at Te Rapa when Tommyra bolted home in the Fairview Motors Waikato Hurdle (3200m).
Harvey Wilson was unable to switch to hands-free mode but was still able to give a good push to his Te Rapa chances from the driver's seat on It's A Wonder on Thursday morning.
The flag is certainly being flown high by exciting jumper Ablaze for his White Robe Lodge sire and the spinoff is being felt at the leading South Island stud.
Lisa Allpress has ruled herself out of the race to add a fifth premiership title to her record next season.
Hastings trainer Paul Nelson is looking forward to lining up two of his top jumpers at his home meeting on Wednesday.
Kirkland won't lack for fitness heading into Friday's Lowe Schollum Jones Handicap (2060m) at Wanganui.
New Zealand’s border restrictions have put a spanner in the works in the construction of the Cambridge Jockey Club’s synthetic track.
Former Argentinian apprentice Diego Montes de Oca has had to cope with some major life changes since coming to New Zealand, but it proved all worthwhile when winning on Lalone at Awapuni on Saturday.
TAB bookmakers have put up the white flag and are paying out on Lisa Allpress winning the National Jockeys’ premiership.
Well-travelled galloper My Gift bounced back to winning form on his favourite track when he dominated his rivals over the closing stages of Saturday’s feature race at Awapuni, the John Turkington Forestry Ltd Rangitikei Gold Cup (2100m).
Trainer Graeme Rogerson is confident smart two-year-old De La Terre can notch the third win of her juvenile year when she tackles the Dylan Johnson Bloodstock 2YO (1100m) at Te Rapa on Saturday.
The John Turkington Forestry LTD Rangitikei Gold Cup (2100m) may not have its Listed status this year, but that doesn’t concern Foxton trainer Chrissy Bambry who will line-up race favourite Speed Call.
Justa Charlie has been beaten just once over the steeples and he is out to redeem that sole defeat this year.
Wanganui jockey Johnathan Parkes will begin the quest for the final 100 winners he needs to join the New Zealand 1000-win jockey club when he rides at his home track on Friday.