New Zealand - NZ | RACE COURSE GUIDE
Stanley Road, South Te Aroha
Sunday, 11 July 2021 TE AROHA Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R1||V & F MATIJASEVICH R-OPN HRDL||EL LUCHADOR||SHAUN PHELAN||MARK BROOKS||3:49.23||20,000|
|R2||JULIE LAURICH MEMORIAL MDN||BRUCIE||SABILA MALKI||RAYMOND CONNORS||2:33.76||10,000|
|R3||YELAVICH TRANSPORT LTD (JMPFL)||LOCALLY SAUCED||C CHIPPERFIELD||GRANT & TANA SHAW||2:31.87||10,000|
|R4||S LUNJEVICH CONTR. MDN STPL||TE KAHU||SHAUN FANNIN||DAN O'LEARY||4:19.32||10,000|
|R5||F & A MATIJASEVICH MEM R-STPL||LACUSTRE||C THORNTON||SAMANTHA LOGAN||4:16.38||20,000|
|R6||FRED LAURICH MEMORIAL MDN HWT||NOTABADPHELAN||SHAUN PHELAN||CRAIG AND SHAUN PHELAN||1:16.43||10,000|
|R7||JADRAN BASKETBALL TEAM MDN HWT||MILLENNIUM DAWN||SHAUN PHELAN||GRAEME LORD||1:45.23||10,000|
|R8||MLAADI LAURICH (BM65)||HUSK||NICK DOWNS||KEN HARRISON||1:45.98||10,000|
Te Aroha Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|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|
|28 OCT 2020|
R1 - R12 DEAD
|True | No Rain.||12||156|
|23 AUG 2020|
R1 - R11 HEAVY
|Out 5m | 2mm Rain Overnight.||11||122|
|02 AUG 2020|
R1 - R4 SLOW|
R5 - R10 HEAVY
|True | 8mm Rain Overnight.||10||126|
|12 FEB 2020|
R2 - R8 GOOD
|24 JAN 2020|
R1 - R8 DEAD
Track Map Guide
Go You Good Thing gave Daniel Cherry his first win as a trainer and the Matamata horseman is hoping the gelding can double his tally this weekend.
Apprentice jockey Elen Nicholas experienced her best day in the saddle at Avondale on Wednesday, riding home a treble of winners.
Talented jumper Tommyra will get the opportunity to try and secure his second feature jumps scalp at Hastings on Thursday when he tackles the Hydra-Cell Wellington Hurdle (3100m).
Rangiotu trainer Stephen Nickalls is looking forward to Trentham on Saturday where he will have a two-pronged attack in the Grant Plumbing Wellington Steeplechase (5500m).
Former top jumps jockey Craig Thornton turned back the years as he produced an impeccably judged ride aboard hardy jumper Lacustre to take out the feature race at Te Aroha on Sunday, the Frank & Annie Matijasevich Memorial Steeplechase (3500m).
A year ago, New Zealand punters had only just been introduced to Dean Parker, but in a little more than 12 months, the 18-year-old Northlander has burst into the New Zealand riding ranks, to the point where he’s now second on the jumps jockey premiership.
The emotion in Ken Rae’s voice says it all when discussing the stylish jumping win at Hastings on Saturday by durable galloper Kaharau.
The Toby Autridge-trained Tommyra returned to his best form over fences when he sprang a minor upset in taking out the Te Whangai Romneys Hawke’s Bay Hurdle (3100m) at Hastings.
Patience is paying off for veteran Tauranga horseman Jim Pender after Gospodin reeled off his second consecutive victory when winning the Aquaholics Plumbing 3YO (1300m) on his home track on Saturday.
Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young believe Sierra Sue is a big hope in the Gr.1 Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday, she just needs a start.
Joshua Lavelle has always wanted to be a trainer, but he didn’t realise how much of an impact following that dream would have on his life.