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PO Box 1112, GAWLER, SA   5118
SOUTH AUSTRALIA- Friday 25th March 2022
Race 1: Port Pirie Barastoc Stablemate Pace
WEEROONA BOY (6) looks ready to win after a second at last outing behind ABSTRACTOR. He drops down in class tonight and looks like a threat.
CUTE ROCK (3) returned to the winners list last start when she defeated SPEAK EASY by 4.5 metres.
MELODY MAY (4) and LUV ME OR HATE ME (9) are also chances.
Race 2: Port Pirie David Mason Memorial
CARIJOY (4) was impressive last start when he was beaten 1.5 metres behind GOES BOOM. His last few runs have been consistent. He is going well enough to win this sort of race.
FOOTLOCK (3) ran second behind FIGHTING FIRE last start.
CHEERS POVERTY (7) and NYKEA COURAGE (5) look the next best.
Race 3:  Port Pirie Barastoc Phar Lap Pace
SPANMATILDA (7) has won her last two starts convincingly. She defeated MAMMA KASS by 1.7 metres last start. She will be hard to beat tonight despite the tricky draw.
ROLL WITH MUSTARD (8), WESAIDSO (2) and TRAPPERTWO (9) are also chances.
Race 4: Port Pirie Barastoc Race N Win Pace
ROSIANO (5) meets an easier field compared to her last start where she was defeated by ABSTRACTOR who got the perfect run behind her. She should be too good tonight with her recent form being excellent.
ABSTRACTOR (6) will find it much tougher tonight from gate six but is still worth consideration.
GIVE US A WINK (2) and GOES BOOM (4) look the next best.
Race 5:  Mount Gambier Gold Cup
DONT NEED AN EXCUSE (6) has put three strong runs together at Mildura, Horsham and Charlton over his last three starts. Two of those runs were wins. Gate six looks tough for him but if he can bring his best run against this field he is going to be very tough to beat.
Race 6:  Mount Gambier The Produce Store Pace
BURNING HOT (4) meets his ideal field tonight. He drops down in class a little tonight. If he can produce his best run he is going to be a major threat.
NOOSA BEACH (1) will run a strong race from the inside draw. He backs up after a strong fourth at Horsham.
AUCKLAND MISS (3) and SEAROVER (6) are also chances.
Race 7:  Mount Gambier Susanne Smith & Associates Pace
MY PURPLE PATCH (5) is going for three wins in a row tonight after winning his first two career starts back in Summer. If he can repeat those two runs he will be very hard to beat.
HE WILL WANTANO (3), WATCHME RUN (4) and BART MAGUIRE (1) are also chances.
Race 8:  Mount Gambier Vets Pace
SMART PLAY (4) finds a very winnable race tonight. He should be right in the finish.
ROYAL APOLLO (3) has been racing consistently in Victoria. He looks like a chance tonight.
HANGING FIRE (6) has his first career start for David Drury. His stable must be respected.
SHOWEM SHIFTY (5) looks the next best.
RACE 1       4-6-3-9
RACE 2       3-4-5-7
RACE 3       7-8-2-3
RACE 4       6-5-3-1
RACE 5       6-5-8-3
RACE 6       1-3-4-6
RACE 7       5-3-1-4
RACE 8       6-4-3-1
RACE 1        4-9-3-7
RACE 2        4-3-2-6
RACE 3       7-2-3-8
RACE 4        5-3-2-4
RACE 5        1-6-8-7
RACE 6        3-6-1-5
RACE 7        5-3-4-1
RACE 8        3-6-5-4
Race 1: 2022 Silver Salver SA Yearling Sale Parade 2pm Sunday March 27 Pace
ELLEKER HANOVER (10) was a winner two starts back when she defeated SAMARA FURY by 15 metres. She ran a strong third behind TENNESSEE MIRACLE last start. If she can bring her best run tonight, she will be too good for this field.
ONE NIGHT AT THEMILE (1) will appreciate the inside draw tonight.
FIGHTING FIRE (3) and ABOVE AVERAGE (8) are also chances.
Race 2: Globe Derby Bar & Gaming - New Machines to Enjoy Pace
ATREACHEROUS (5) ran a strong race on Monday afternoon when she defeated SUNFINE by 2 metres. If she can repeat that run against this field, will be hard to beat.
TENNESSEE MIRACLE (6) is going for four wins in a row after defeating BIEN HOA by 2.3 metres. He will find it a bit trickier tonight from the tougher draw.
ALEXIA ROSE (7) and BAYONET SOLDIER (10) are also chances.
Race 3:TAB Long May We Play Pace
BET IM SPECIAL (3) could have the speed to lead early. If he finds the front, will run a very cheeky race. He has been knocking on the door for another win recently.
CAPTAIN MANNERING (1) has a first up run for the Shane Loone stable. If he can bring his best run he will run a strong race.
MAHARAJAH (8) and YKIKAFIL (7) are also chances.
Race 4: Jive Cafe Pace
VICTORY MEDAL (1) ran second behind SECRET JACK and was beaten by a half head. He should be able to kick up and hold the lead. He looks like a strong chance.
Race 5: Just Wrecking Toyotas Trotters Handicap
ALDEBARAN ALISSA (4) was a winner three starts back when she defeated REDRIVERDEBBA by 1.7 metres. If she trots smoothly she will be hard to beat.
REDRIVERDEBBA (2), MIRACLE RISING (6) and ITS ELVIS (5) are also chances.
Race 6: 2022 Silver Salver SA Yearling Sale - Sunday March 27 Trotters Handicap
OUR SPITFIRE (3) looks ready to win after an impressive second behind FAIRYTALE HALL and was only beaten by a head. She looks ready to win tonight.
PIESRIDINGSHOTGUN (2), GHENT (4) and KABAYO KING (1) are also chances.
RACE 1       10-1-3-8
RACE 2       5-6-4-7
RACE 3       7-8-3-6
RACE 4       1-2-3-7
RACE 5       4-2-5-6
RACE 6       2-1-4-2

RACE 1        8-3-10-1
RACE 2        5-6-4-7
RACE 3        7-3-8-6
RACE 4        2-3-1-7
RACE 5        6-4-2-1
RACE 6        2-3-4-1
Race 1: Air Diffusion Agencies Pace
RING MY BELLS (2) has her first start for the Frank Pullicino stable today. If she can bring her best run, she will be in the finish. The stable has to be respected against this field.
Race 2: North East Group Pace
BRIGHTON PRINCE (4) ran second behind CAPTAIN THUNDERBOLT and was beaten by 1.9 metres. If he can repeat that run, will run a strong race against this field.
THE DIAMOND KING (2) is getting better with each start he has in South Australia. He is edging closer to a win and looks like a threat today.
IMA WORKINCLASSMAN (6) and FARASTHE EYECANSEE (1) look the next best.
Race 3: Hopkins Saddlery Pace
LENNY TEE (7) has been knocking on the door for a win since coming to South Australia. He can do things wrong, has had 3 placings here, but Gaita Pullicino driving him will suit him. He is a major chance.
FALCONS LAD (1), TURNTHETABLES (3) and MISTER CHEESE (6) are also chances.
Race 4: Mount Gambier Cups Night Saturday April 2 Pace
STEINMAN (1) is yet to win a race during his current preparation. He gets the benefit of the inside draw today. His recent runs suggest he is ready to win.
LETS GO THERE (5) has run second his last four runs. He matches up well against this field.
ARROKEEFE (2) and JULIUS FRACNO (4) are also chances.
Race 5: Hygain Trotters Mobile
ORLANDOS GIFT (1) was impressive two starts back when he ran fourth behind MAKE MINE MUSCLE. He had no luck last start. He is a strong each way chance today.
Race 6: Fly Like An Eagle Pace
VALDEMAR (7) galloped last start but he made up a heap of ground and did a remarkable job to run third. If he can repeat that run and pace smoothly he is going to be hard to beat today.
FINAL ROUND (1) will be dangerous from the inside draw.
SUNFINE (8) and MY MATE STEWY (5) are also chances.
Race 7: TAB Vemue Mode Pace
BIEN HOA (9) finds a very winnable race today. His recent form has been really good and consistent. If he brings his best run today he is going to be very dangerous.
RACE 1       2-6-1-4
RACE 2       4-6-2-1
RACE 3       4-7-1-6
RACE 4       1-5-2-7
RACE 5       8-5-7-9
RACE 6       8-5-7-3
RACE 7       9-8-2-10
RACE 1        2-6-5-1 
RACE 2        4-2-6-1
RACE 3        1-7-4-6
RACE 4        5-1-7-2
RACE 5        5-8-1-2
RACE 6        7-2-8-5

RACE 7        2-3-10-7

Please note that in light of recent events including, but not limited to, race two at Globe Derby on Monday March 21, HRSA is currently reviewing all race day procedures and processes. Integrity is a key pillar of our industry that requires HRSA staff and all participants working cooperatively to achieve a standard that we can be proud to put our name to. Any changes or updates will be announced in due course.

Dean Elliott, Acting CEO

Industry Notice: Japanese Encephalitis (JE)
Industry participants are advised that Japanese Encephalitis (JE) has been identified in a commercial piggery in South Australia. JE is an Emergency Animal Disease and is notifiable as it can be spread to humans by infected mosquitoes, but occurs most commonly in pigs and horses.
JE is an acute mosquito-borne viral disease with a natural transmission cycle in waterbirds. Disease can occur in pigs and horses when bitten by infected mosquitoes.
It is important to note that direct horse to horse or horse to human transmission does not occur.
In horses, the disease is typically mild with symptoms including fever, lethargy and reduced appetite. Jaundice and neurological signs, such as unsteadiness or difficulty swallowing may develop in more severely affected cases.
Basic measures that can be taken to reduce the risk of exposure of horses to mosquitos include:
  • Using physical barriers such as light rugs and hoods during peak periods of mosquito activity (between dusk and dawn)
  • Reducing mosquito breeding sites on the premises by removing standing water;
  • Using fans and automatic overhead misting systems to reduce mosquito numbers in stables; and
  • Using mosquito repellents;
It is thought that recent heavy rains and higher than average rainfall in Australia have provided ideal conditions for mosquitoes to breed.

More information relating to Japanese Encephalitis in humans can be found here.

How to identify the disease in horses:
In horses many cases are subclinical, meaning that they can be infected but not show signs of the disease. Most clinical disease is mild, however more severe encephalitis can occur which may be fatal.
Signs include an elevated temperature, jaundice (yellow gums, whites of the eye etc.), lethargy, anorexia (loss of appetite) and neurological signs which can vary in severity.
Neurological signs can include incoordination, difficulty swallowing, impaired vision and agitation.
While reports of the disease in other species are rare, overseas the disease has been reported in donkeys.
Horses are known to be a ‘dead end host’. They do not carry a blood infection that will re-infect mosquitoes.
JE virus is a nationally notifiable disease which means if you suspect an animal is showing signs of the disease, you must report it.
To report suspicions for Japanese Encephalitis infection, contact your vet or ring the emergency animal disease hotline on 1800 675 888 - This will put you in touch with your state or territory’s agriculture department.
Trainers and horse owners are also encouraged to eliminate mosquito breeding grounds near their horses, such as stagnant water, to reduce the chances of them being bitten.
Symptoms to look for in horses
Many horses infected with the virus are asymptomatic.  Most cases showing symptoms are mild, however severe encephalitis can cause death.
Common symptoms in horses and donkeys include:
  • elevated temperature
  • lethargy
  • decreased or no appetite
  • jaundice
  • neurological such as incoordination, wobbliness, hyperexcitability
  • difficulty swallowing or impaired vision.
Japanese encephalitis virus infection is a notifiable disease in all states and territories in Australia. State and territory which means if you suspect an animal is showing signs of the disease, you must report it.

Emergency Animal Disease Watch hotline
Call us to report any serious or unusual symptoms or behaviour in your livestock or birds.

Freecall 1800 675 888

Silver Salver Yearling Sale

Hygain Best Presented Judge is Miss Joyce Burrows.

Joyce has been involved in the horse world her entire life, competing successfully at the highest levels in most disciplines of the Equine World and still now assisting daughters Margie & Lesley very well known in the show circles.

Potential bidders for the Sale can register by completing the bid form on-line or you can register on the day at the sale office located next to the parade ring.
Intending purchasers who cannot attend the sale can appoint someone to bid on their behalf by notifying BOTRA prior to the sale.
BOTRA can also assist with phone bids to approved clients.
Printed copies of the catalogue are available at Globe Derby Park and country trotting tracks.
The online catalogue can be viewed here 
For all race night winners photos see:
Wally Bulyga
Mobile :  0413 521 747
Official Course Photographer
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