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AWAPUNI

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  • Racecourse Road, Palmerston North

Racecourse : Awapuni (NZ) http://www.awapuniracing.co.nz/portals/312/images/photogallery/268/kop2eex2.jpg

Last 12 Meetings

Date SOT Rails Races Runners
09 JAN 2021

R1 - R8 DEAD

Out 4m | Outside Bend. 8 83
26 DEC 2020

R1 - R9 DEAD

True | Inside Bend. 9 95
19 DEC 2020

R1 - R9 DEAD

True | Outside bend | 5mm Irrigation Applied Last 24 Hours. 9 105
12 DEC 2020

R1 - R8 SLOW

Out 4m (Outside Bend). 8 84
21 NOV 2020

R1 - R2 DEAD

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R3 - R7 GOOD

Outside Bend | Out 5m From 800m-400m, Remainder Out 8m. 7 71
13 NOV 2020

R1 - R8 DEAD

True From 800m To 400m, Remainder Out 8m | Inside Bend. 8 83
31 OCT 2020

R1 - R9 DEAD

True | Outside Bend. 9 112
22 AUG 2020

R1 - R11 HEAVY

Outside Bend | Out 3m From 800m to 400m, Remainder True | 9mm Rain Last 24 Hours. 11 128
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
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