Saturday, 1 August 2020 MATAMATA Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R1||BLANDFORD LODGE MDN||PRESTIGIOUS LAD||JONATHAN RIDDELL||IAIN KENNEDY||1:39.74||10,000|
|R2||RED BARN CHEF HCP (83)||VERRY FLASH||JONATHAN RIDDELL||NICHOLAS BISHARA||1:40.65||30,000|
|R3||ANCROFT DEVELOPMENTS (BM65)||JAKAMA KRYSTAL||CHELSEA BURDAN||PETER & JESSICA BROSNAN||1:38.73||22,500|
|R4||MATAMATA VET SERVICES HCP-72||TAMMIE WYNETTE||TAIKI YANAGIDA||KIM COXON||1:24.94||30,000|
|R5||PRICE RACING HCP (101)||CRYSTALLIZE||MASAHIRO HASHIZUME||DANNY WALKER||1:24.74||30,000|
|R6||BALLYMORE STABLES (BM65)||MANNIE'S POWER||MASAHIRO HASHIZUME||R S MANNING||1:11.56||22,500|
|R7||JAMIE RICHARDS & TEAM (BM90)||LONDON EXPRESS||R H SCHOFER||A SHARROCK||1:11.70||30,000|
|R8||MOEMOEA PARK HCP (69)||SHOSHONE||SAMANTHA COLLETT||KEN & BEV KELSO||1:12.74||30,000|
|R9||RICHARDSON RACING HCP (86)||ROBUSTO||CHELSEA BURDAN||MURRAY BAKER & ANDREW FORSMAN||2:06.83||30,000|
Matamata Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|01 AUG 2020|
R1 - R9 SLOW
|Out 3m | Windy | No rain.||9||116|
|11 MAR 2020|
R1 - R6 DEAD
|Out 4m | Morning Fog.||6||51|
|22 FEB 2020|
R1 - R2 DEAD|
R3 - R9 SLOW
|True | 2mm Rain Overnight.||9||84|
|02 FEB 2020|
R1 - R8 DEAD
|07 JAN 2020|
R1 - R7 DEAD
|28 DEC 2019|
R1 - R8 DEAD
|18 DEC 2019|
R1 - R8 SLOW
|Out 3.5m | 50mm Rain Last 24 Hours.||8||63|
|06 DEC 2019|
R1 - R9 DEAD
|12 OCT 2019|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|True | 5mm Rain Overnight.||8||77|
|18 SEP 2019|
R1 - R7 SLOW
|Out 10m | 0.5mm Rain Yesterday.||7||74|
|28 AUG 2019|
R1 - R9 HEAVY
|24 JUL 2019|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|True | No Rain Overnight.||8||90|
Track Map Guide
Next Monday will mark the farewell to one of the unsung promoters of the New Zealand racing and breeding industry with the funeral of Ronald Walter Ladd, QSM.
It may have only been a maiden race at Te Aroha on Sunday, but Justastate earned her photo spot amongst Rogan Norvall’s gallery of the memorable feature winners he rode during his career in the saddle.
Australian targets for Oaks winner; Valachi Downs offer transport incentive
South Auckland trainer Nicholas Bishara had every confidence that his former stable star Verry Elleegant would get better with time and he believes her five-year-old season will be her best yet.
Quality gallopers Charles Road and Dragon Leap are making good progress ahead of their spring campaigns.
Emma Evans didn’t get the send-off her long-time trainer Wayne Hillis had hoped to provide for her at Matamata on Saturday.
Kim Coxon couldn’t have scripted a better end to her current time as a licensed trainer when Tammie Wynette provided her with the perfect farewell at Matamata on Saturday.
Son of Street Cry’s progeny net $1,311,389 - $300,000 clear of nearest rival.
Group One performers Supera and Princess Kereru will take centre stage early as racing returns to Matamata for the first time since the COVID-19 lockdown on Saturday.
Matamata apprentice jockey Darren Danis will make a return to raceday riding at his home track on Saturday.
Shailer to go into partnership with Autridge .
A relationship forged over many years in the racing game together bore further fruit on Saturday when the Stephen Marsh-trained Letz’av Bubbles broke her maiden status at just her third raceday start.
As he prepares to resume his role as a globe-trotting Twenty20 cricket coach, Brendon McCullum received a fitting send-off this week from his other major passion.
After 2,131 career winners in New Zealand, veteran jockey Michael ‘The King’ Coleman has officially made the call to retire from race riding following the serious injuries he suffered at the Rotorua trials on June 30.