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Friday, 15 October 2021 TE AROHA Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R1||TE AROHA STALLION SERVICE MDN||DRAKKAR||ERIN M LEIGHTON||JOHN BELL||2:20.38||12,000|
|R2||GRAND TAVERN TE AROHA MDN||WINDERMERE||SAM WEATHERLEY||MARGARET FALCONER||1:39.09||12,000|
|R3||THANKS TE AROHA SUPPORTERS MDN||AQUACADE||BRIDGET GRYLLS||L NOBLE||1:38.50||12,000|
|R4||PIAKO MITSUBISHI MDN||WHITE NOISE||RYAN ELLIOT||MURRAY BAKER & ANDREW FORSMAN||1:26.13||12,000|
|R5||JOSH SMITH BAYLEYS COMM.-BM65||EXTORTION||SAMANTHA COLLETT||CODY COLE||1:11.75||12,000|
|R6||NZB INS. PEARL SERIES RACE MDN||LADY DE WINTER||JOE KAMARUDDIN||D JEFFCOAT||1:12.03||12,000|
|R7||TEAM BRADLEY BAYLEYS (BM65)||WHANGA WONDER||SAMANTHA COLLETT||DEBBIE SWEENEY||1:38.25||12,000|
|R8||TE AROHA AZTEC NZ MDN||CEASAR||DANIELLE JOHNSON||MICHAEL MORONEY & PAM GERARD||1:11.56||12,000|
Te Aroha Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|15 OCT 2021|
R1 - R8 SLOW
|03 OCT 2021|
R1 - R10 SLOW
|Out 3m | No Rain.||10||110|
|19 SEP 2021|
R1 - R9 SLOW
|05 SEP 2021|
R1 - R9 DEAD
|01 AUG 2021|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|Out 6m | 4mm Rain Overnight.||8||75|
|11 JUL 2021|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|Out 3m | No Rain.||8||64|
|27 JUN 2021|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|True | 4mm rain overnight.||8||89|
|10 APR 2021|
R1 - R3 DEAD
|True | 3mm rain overnight.||3||38|
|21 MAR 2021|
R1 - R7 DEAD
|17 FEB 2021|
R1 - R11 DEAD
|Out 3m | No Rain.||11||129|
|03 JAN 2021|
R1 - R3 SLOW|
R4 - R10 HEAVY
|True | 6mm rain overnight.||10||101|
|10 NOV 2020|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|Out 3m | 24mm Rain Since 4pm Yesterday.||8||71|
Track Map Guide
Cambridge trainer Catherine Cameron is looking forward to having her first Group One runner at Hastings on Saturday, but unfortunately she won’t be able to be trackside to experience it.
Butter Chicken on the menu at Caulfield; Kiwi crowned Australian Horse of the Year; Crowds set to return to the Cup; Thompson tipped for Hiflyer;
Drinks were flowing at Epona Park on Saturday night, the boutique 40-acre property owned by Cambridge couple Tony Forlong and Jennifer Jones after they cheered home emerging star I’m Thunderstruck in the Gr.1 Toorak Handicap (1600m).
Quality four-year-old I'm Thunderstruck confirmed himself as a rising star of Australian racing by beating some of the best milers in the land in the Gr.1 Toorak Handicap (1600m) at Caulfield on Saturday at just his eighth start.
Group targets await Our Alley Cat; I'm Thunderstruck ready to rock in Toorak; Prix De Turn pitched in Guineas deep-end; Another Group One test for Never Been Kissed
Contingency plan for RTR Breeze-ups; Magneto on track for Guineas berth;Fourth stakes winner for Time Test; Farr recuperating after Great Northern fall
After competing for the full six-kilometre distance of a gruelling Diprose Miller Great Northern Steeplechase (6200m), less than half a length separated eventual winner Te Kahu from gallant runner-up Zartan at Te Aroha on Sunday.
A thrilling victory by Justacanta in Saturday’s Listed Paris Lane Stakes (1410m) at Flemington saw the successful culmination of a plan hatched by trainers Shaun and Emma Clotworthy after the now eight-year-old had completed his summer campaign in March this year.
Kiwi import Elusive Express justified favourite punters confidence when winning the Gr.2 Edward Manifold Stakes (1610m) at Flemington on Saturday for trainers Anthony and Sam Freedman.
To own a share in a Group One winner is a dream for any young racing fan, and for siblings Jamie and Casey Lock that dream has come true.
Matamata horseman Cody Cole secured a winning double at Rotorua on Wednesday and he is hoping his stable continues that run of form into the weekend.
Hastings trainer John Bary is confident Callsign Mav can make his final race on New Zealand soil a winning one in Saturday's Gr.1 Windsor Park Plate (1600m) at Hastings.
Hawke’s Bay jumper The Cossack will be out to defend his title in the Paul Bibby Memorial Great Northern Hurdle (4200m) on Sunday, but it won’t be at the same venue.
Riodini on track for Epsom; Great Northern transferred to Te Aroha; Guineas aspirations for The Perfect Pink; Vadamos filly strong on debut