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Te Rapa Road, Hamilton
Saturday, 9 November 2019 TE RAPA Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R1||RON BACKHOUSE 2YO||DE LA TERRE||RYAN ELLIOT||GRAEME & DEBBIE ROGERSON||0:58.66||22,500|
|R2||CHRIS STEENSTRA MDN||MONGOLIAN HEAVEN||JONATHAN RIDDELL||MURRAY BAKER||1:36.48||10,000|
|R3||N W MCKINNON FAMILY LAW MDN||HEART OF SOUL||SAM SPRATT||ALEX OLIVEIRA||1:24.75||10,000|
|R5||LEGACY LODGE SPRINT LR||MEDIA SENSATION||MICHAEL COLEMAN||PETER & DAWN WILLIAMS||1:09.48||50,000|
|R6||N W MCKINNON CLIENT LAW-BM65||LADY RUDOLPH||SAMANTHA COLLETT||R PATTERSON||1:23.14||22,500|
|R7||EMPLOYMENT LAW (BM72)||COVENTINA BAY||SAMANTHA COLLETT||R PATTERSON||1:23.23||25,000|
|R8||CORPORATE COMMERCIAL LAW-BM72||MR UNIVERSE||TRUDY THORNTON||GRAEME & DEBBIE ROGERSON||1:11.40||25,000|
Te Rapa Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|09 NOV 2019|
R1 - R7 GOOD
|28 OCT 2019|
R1 - R9 DEAD
|04 OCT 2019|
R1 - R8 DEAD
|True | No Rain Overnight.||8||94|
|25 SEP 2019|
R1 - R7 SLOW
|Out 8m | 50mm Rain Last 7 Days | 40.5mm Rain Last 24 Hours.||7||77|
|06 SEP 2019|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|Out 8m | 28mm Rain Overnight.||8||66|
|17 AUG 2019|
R1 - R8 SLOW
|True | 1mm Rain Overnight.||8||90|
|03 AUG 2019|
R1 - R8 SLOW
|Out 10m | 6.5mm Rain Overnight.||8||86|
|20 JUL 2019|
R1 - R9 HEAVY
|Out 7m | 10.5mm Rain Last 24 Hours.||9||79|
|06 JUL 2019|
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|Out 4m | 1.5mm Rain Last 24 Hours.||8||95|
|08 JUN 2019|
R1 - R9 SLOW
|True | 2mm Rain Last 24 Hours , 49mm Last 7 Days | Windy.||9||116|
|29 MAY 2019|
R1 - R2 DEAD|
R3 - R10 SLOW
|Out 11m | 5.5mm Rain Overnight.||10||127|
|18 MAY 2019|
R1 - R9 DEAD
|Out 6m | No Rain.||9||108|
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Supera will use Saturday's Gr.2 Gartshore Tauranga Stakes (1600m) as a dress rehearsal for a return to Group One racing.
The ‘reach’ of Australian-breds on the global stage was never better evidenced than on the weekend with black type success in New Zealand (times two!), South Africa and Singapore.
Emotions will run high for the Pitman family if Sensei can complete a notable sprint double at Riccarton on Wednesday, but the likelihood of such a feat hinges on improved weather in Christchurch.
Talented three-year-old galloper Catalyst is set to remain in the care of Te Awamutu trainer Clayton Chipperfield after his victory in the Gr.1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton on Saturday.
$425,000 Premier Sale purchase Media Sensation (I Am Invincible) was a Group 1 winner last season.
Emerging New Zealand star Catalyst has attracted interest from Australian trainers but his owner says the 2000 Guineas winner stays with Clayton Chipperfield.
Touted as a near racecourse certainty, excitement machine Catalyst lived up to all the pre-race hype when he scorched to a stunning victory in the Gr.1 Al Basti Equiworld New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) on Saturday.
Trainer Graeme Rogerson says his star sprinter Ferrando has some unfinished business with the Gr.1 JR & N Berkett Telegraph (1200m) at Trentham this season.
The Dennis brothers are a long way from their Woodlands homes in Southland, but they were never going to miss the thrill of being on track for their own runner in Australia’s most famous race.
Aucklander Kevin Mackenzie feels he has a duty to deliver the second leg of a remarkable family double as he ponders Melbourne Cup success on Tuesday.
Group Two performer Yearn will kick-off her six-year-old season in the Roger Gill Agriculture 1200 at Pukekohe on Saturday, beginning her mission to try and add an all-important stakes victory to her resume.
A sparkling trackwork gallop at Flemington on Tuesday has given Matamata trainer Jamie Richards all the assurance he wanted from stable star Melody Belle as she heads in to Saturday's Gr.1 $A1 million Empire Rose Stakes (1600m).
Te Rapa triumph for In A Twinkling