Monday, 7 June 2021 ELLERSLIE Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R1||BARFOOT & THOMPSON MDN HRDL||CHIEF SEQUOYAH||SAM O'MALLEY||J R WHEELER||3:24.03||10,000|
|R2||NZB INSURANCE PEARL SERIES MDN||FLASH MARY||LYNSEY SATHERLEY||DEBBIE SWEENEY||1:18.40||10,000|
|R3||SCOTT ELECTRICAL MDN STPL||NO TIP||SHAUN PHELAN||P & C NELSON & MCDOUGAL||5:16.89||10,000|
|R4||KS BROWNE HRDL||ARITE GURU||HAMISH MC NEILL||Shaun & Emma Clotworthy||5:16.89||50,000|
|R5||VODAFONE MDN||HAERE UP||SCOTT MACNAB||RUDY LIEFTING||2:38.49||10,000|
|R6||MCGREGOR GRANT STPL||EION||HAMISH MC NEILL||KENNETH DUNCAN||5:24.29||50,000|
|R7||DUNSTAN FEEDS (BM74)||MAGDALA||A CALDER||RUDY LIEFTING||1:46.55||27,500|
|R8||AUCKLAND CO-OP TAXIS (BM74)||DIVINE DUKE||JOE KAMARUDDIN||LANCE O'SULLIVAN & ANDREW SCOTT||2:35.76||27,500|
|R9||BLUE BUBBLE TAXIS (BM65)||ANGELICA||JOE KAMARUDDIN||GRAHAM RICHARDSON & ROGAN NORVALL||1:19.18||22,500|
Ellerslie Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|07 JUN 2021|
R1 - R9 HEAVY
|Out 10m from 1000m To 400m, Remainder Out 7.5m | 15mm Rain Last 24 Hours.||9||90|
|05 JUN 2021|
R1 - R8 SLOW
|29 MAY 2021|
R1 - R9 DEAD
|24 APR 2021|
R1 - R9 SLOW
|True | 7mm Rain Overnight.||9||105|
|03 APR 2021|
R1 - R8 DEAD
|Out 9.5m | 3mm rain overnight.||8||76|
|13 MAR 2021|
R1 - R10 DEAD
|07 MAR 2021|
R1 - R10 SLOW
|True | 19mm Rain Overnight.||10||108|
|20 FEB 2021|
R1 - R9 DEAD
|Out 8m | 4mm Irrigation Applied Last Night.||9||114|
|23 JAN 2021|
R1 - R6 DEAD
|True | 5mm Irrigation Last Night.||6||79|
|10 JAN 2021|
R1 - R8 DEAD
|Out 8m | 5mm Irrigation Applied Last Night.||8||75|
|01 JAN 2021|
R1 - R10 GOOD
|Out 3m | 4mm Irrigation Applied Overnight.||10||124|
|26 DEC 2020|
R1 - R10 DEAD
|True | 4mm Irrigation Overnight.||10||116|
Track Map Guide
Normal service was resumed at Te Aroha on Saturday when Jamie Richards and the Te Akau racing team dominated the opening event on the card, the Te Aroha Stallion Service Scheme (1100m) for the two-year-olds.
Exciting three-year-old Pareanui Bay made it three wins from three starts when he took out the Listed Trevor & Corallie Eagle Memorial 3YO (1500m) on Saturday at Te Aroha.
A cool ride from Leith Innes paved the way for talented galloper Demonetization to make it back-to-back victories to open his latest campaign as the pair took out the Gr.3 Eagle Technology Stakes (1600m).
Cambridge trainer Lauren Brennan is excited about the prospects of juvenile Zaher after his gutsy win on debut in the Levin TAB & Sports Bar (1000m) at Otaki on Thursday.
Cambridge trainers Fred and Lindsay Cornege celebrated a personal milestone in style on Thursday when their game mare Rose 'N' Power landed the Listed Courtesy Ford Levin Stakes (1200m) at Otaki.
White Noise was the least fancied runner of Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman’s pair in the Gr.3 Lucia Valentina Wellington Stakes (1600m) at Otaki on Thursday, but somebody forgot to tell the grey gelding that.
Just Dance has inherited plenty of her mum's ability, according to Hamilton trainer David Greene, who will saddle the unbeaten Tavistock filly in Saturday's Listed Trevor & Corallie Eagle Memorial (1500m) at Te Aroha.
Two of New Zealand’s emerging stars will step out on Saturday’s Te Aroha undercard as they progress toward feature summer targets.
Promising three-year-old Rosberg impressed at Tauranga on Wednesday when scoring his maiden victory in the Katy Laidlaw Property Management 1400.
The curtain is likely to come down on Unusual Culture’s brief New Zealand career when she takes on a competitive age group line-up in the three-year-old feature at Otaki on Thursday.
Group One performer Hypnos is in fine fettle ahead of the Gr.3 Eagle Technology Stakes (1600m) at Te Aroha on Saturday according to trainers Roger James and Robert Wellwood.
Exciting galloper Pareanui Bay got the testing hit-out trainer Tony Pike was looking for when trialling at Cambridge on Tuesday.
Golden Sixty extends winning sequence to 15; Sha Tin a Lucky Patch for NZ-bred; Reliable Team victorious in Jockey Club Cup; Sound vying for back-to-back Zipping Classics;Auckland programme changes
The racing future of impressive debut winner Wolverine lies offshore, but not before she has a crack at New Zealand’s richest two-year-old prize.