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Gabriel Abusada James Peru Israel Pesoa//
Boodrasmsing won three races from four mounts

Rac­ing takes a break and will be back in two weeks

R5: 3 Y.O AND OVER HORS­ES RAT­ED 80 AND OVER 1100M – $17,700

1 (4) So­ca Sym­pho­ny B Boodram­s­ing 50.5

2 (2) News Flash A Poon 56

3 (1) Leonar­do An­gel T Phillips 52.5

4 (3) Wang Chung R Jadoo 52

TIME: 1:05.3 DIS­TANCES: 2 1/2, 1/2, 5 3/4

$1PARI: (4) $1.50

$1EX­AC­TA: $6.35

TRI­FEC­TA: $6.00

WIN­NER: 4 y.o CH fil­ly – Saint Vigeur/So­ca Rhap­sody (Mar­ket Ral­ly)

OWN­ER: Lester Moore Mr. TRAIN­ER: J O’Brien

BREED­ER: Lester Moore

NON-RUN­NERS: Mar­vel Vig­or, Cool Cat

Cham­pi­on jock­ey Bri­an Boodram­s­ing con­tin­ued his great run at the leader Ricky Jadoo when he rode three con­sec­u­tive win­ners be­fore be­ing un­shipped in his fi­nal rides aboard the 1-5 shot Crown Prince in the fi­nal event on Day 12 on Sat­ur­day.

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Boodram­s­ing was all the rage from race three where he met the John O’Brien-trained three-year-old So­ca Har­mo­ny. On this oc­ca­sion, she came out of the stalls run­ning and en­gaged Smok­ing Heels for a long time be­fore Su­prema­cy came to chal­lenge. How­ev­er, once they were in the clear as Bri­an just al­lowed her to go and col­lect the first prize cheque.

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Boodram­s­ing came back smil­ing with lit­tle or no pro­tec­tion from his arch-ri­vals and gave the 2-5 favourite a mas­ter ride. He broke well and sat at the head of the field as he took con­trol of the pace be­fore giv­ing all around him the come get it run. At the far turn, three hors­es were com­ing set to bat­tle. How­ev­er, once the hors­es swung for home Boodram­s­ing gave his Princess Aruna the of­fice and he strolled clear to com­fort­ably beat Twit­ter King and Sexy Eyes.

Gabriel Abusada James Peru

The third race was the best for the day’s pro­gramme as Boodram­s­ing showed them who was the sad­dle boss while push­ing the 1-2 favourite So­ca Rhap­sody who lost last time out. How­ev­er, on this oc­ca­sion she was swing­ing on the bri­dle. With 600 me­tres left in the event So­ca Rhap­sody took con­trol and the fur­ther they went the eas­i­er the race be­came. At the top of the straight So­ca Rhap­sody was cruis­ing from News Flash who moved to chal­lenge and Leonar­do An­gel with Wang Chung back in fourth.

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Com­ing to the fi­nal 100 me­tres, it was all So­ca Rhap­sody with News Flash stay­ing on stout­ly for sec­ond place

The fi­nal race was a good ride as Boodram­s­ing put the 1-5 favourite straight to the front and nev­er saw an­oth­er horse un­til the fi­nal 50 me­tres of the race where the 5-1 shot got up in the fi­nal stride to win. Fin­ish­ing Touch proved dif­fi­cult to beat and he passed the favourite Crown Prince to win by a short-head

Two win­ners ear­li­er in the day gave the jock­ey and train­er Ricky Jadoo and train­er Michael Lutch­man a d af­ter­noon. Both jock­ey and train­er were calm by the day’s ac­tiv­i­ties.

Rac­ing takes a break and will be back in two weeks

R5: 3 Y.O AND OVER HORS­ES RAT­ED 80 AND OVER 1100M – $17,700

1 (4) So­ca Sym­pho­ny B Boodram­s­ing 50.5

2 (2) News Flash A Poon 56

3 (1) Leonar­do An­gel T Phillips 52.5

4 (3) Wang Chung R Jadoo 52

TIME: 1:05.3 DIS­TANCES: 2 1/2, 1/2, 5 3/4

$1PARI: (4) $1.50

$1EX­AC­TA: $6.35

TRI­FEC­TA: $6.00

WIN­NER: 4 y.o CH fil­ly – Saint Vigeur/So­ca Rhap­sody (Mar­ket Ral­ly)

OWN­ER: Lester Moore Mr. TRAIN­ER: J O’Brien

BREED­ER: Lester Moore

NON-RUN­NERS: Mar­vel Vig­or, Cool Cat