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Racecourse Road, Trentham, Upper Hutt
Saturday, 16 March 2019 TRENTHAM Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Jockey||Trainer||Win Time||PM NZD $|
|R2||Tab March Madness Cup||EQUINOX||M MCNAB||JAMIE RICHARDS||1:11.56||30,000|
|R1||Thee Auld Floozie (Bm82)||COMEBACK||SHIARNA JOHNSON||GRAEME & DEBBIE ROGERSON||1:24.86||30,000|
|R3||Nz St Leger LR||SAMPSON||JOHNATHON PARKES||H W MATHEWS||2:44.15||50,000|
|R4||Hardy Trade (Bm72)||PEP TORQUE||C L O'BEIRNE||KIRSTY LAWRENCE||1:39.81||30,000|
|R5||Cuddle Stakes G3||CONCERT HALL||MATTHEW CAMERON||ROGER JAMES & ROBERT WELLWOOD||1:37.74||70,000|
|R6||Wellington Guineas G2||EMILY MARGARET||ROBERT HANNAM||K H HUGHES||1:24.41||100,000|
|R7||Lightning Hcp LR||VOLKS LIGHTNING||RYAN ELLIOT||GRAEME & DEBBIE ROGERSON||1:10.88||50,000|
|R8||N.Z. Oaks G1||SENTIMENTAL MISS||LISA ALLPRESS||MS L LATTA||2:35.08||400,000|
|R9||New World Stokes Valley (Bm65)||DEERFIELD||JOHNATHON PARKES||CHRISSY A BAMBRY||1:25.40||30,000|
Trentham Past Races
Last 12 Meetings
|16 MAR 2019||
R1 - R9 DEAD
|True | No Rain.||9||103|
|09 MAR 2019||
R1 - R7 SLOW
|True | 10.7mm Rain Overnight.||7||46|
|26 JAN 2019||
R2 - R8 GOOD
|19 JAN 2019||
R1 - R10 DEAD
|12 JAN 2019||
R1 - R5 DEAD|
R6 - R9 GOOD
|08 DEC 2018||
R1 - R9 SLOW
|27 OCT 2018||
R1 - R9 DEAD
|26 JUL 2018||
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|14 JUL 2018||
R1 - R8 HEAVY
|09 JUN 2018||
R1 - R10 HEAVY
|26 MAY 2018||
R1 - R7 HEAVY
|Out 5m | 5.7mm Rain Overnight.||7||67|
|22 APR 2018||
R1 - R8 SLOW
Track Map Guide
The John Bary-trained Hugo The Boss will be aiming to add a seventh win to his tally on Sunday when he lines-up in the LJ Hooker & McHattie Realty Ltd (1000m) at Tauherenikau.
Team Rogerson will venture south to Riccarton on Saturday with three of their better credentialed mares, two of which are soon to be on the market.
There were celebrations throughout New Zealand when Sentimental Miss won the Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks (2400m) at Trentham last weekend.
Trans-Tasman options for Go Racing duo
Black-type mission for Vinnie’s Volley ;Tulloch for Invador;
Saturday’s $400,000 New Zealand Oaks at Trentham was the final leg of the New Zealand Bloodstock Filly of the Year Series and was expected to be a tie-breaker - but in the end left two fillies to share the top award.
Christchurch training couple Kevin and Pam Hughes shared in the devastation of the tragic events in their home city on Friday but had a job to do on Saturday with their runners at Trentham.
You might think that leading into last Saturday’s race meeting at Trentham, apprentice jockey Holly Andrew would be feeling more than just a twinge of anxiety about competing at the venue where she experienced a critical incident just one year ago.
Reminiscent of his impressive debut, two-year-old colt Equinox once again showed his liking for the Trentham track with a hard-fought victory at the venue on Saturday.
The Roger James and Robert Wellwood-trained Concert Hall is thriving this preparation and punters have again warmed to the four-year-old mare, installing her the $2.30 favourite for the Gr.3 Wentwood Grange Cuddle Stakes (1600m) at Trentham on Saturday.
Alex “Snookie” Cowan is claiming home track advantage for Saturday's Listed Gavelhouse.com Lightning Handicap (1200m) at Trentham.
Danzdanzdancing her way to Sydney; Richards pleased with Oaks pair
Promising three-year-old filly Elate suffered a heart fibrillation in the Sunline Vase last start, causing concern for her connections leading into Saturday’s Al Basti Equiworld Dubai New Zealand Oaks at Trentham.
Progressive three-year-old Dawn Patrol showed he is ready to return to the racetrack after producing a stylish display over 1000m at the Rotorua trials last Tuesday.