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The Centralian advocate Fri 3 Mar 2006

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The Centralian advocate Fri 3 Mar 2006

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Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2006-03-03

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English

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Community newspapers; Northern Territory; Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.); Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.); Australia, Central

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Volume

v. 59 no. 82

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application/pdf

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00850

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/233011

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/659580

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,,,. r RACE GUIDE 1.42 EUItOPCAIt CLASS 1 HANDICAP 1400m $5800 334 AROUSE (5) .. .. .. .. . 735 BYUItOCCO (3) ..... X54 no WIIAT WE DO (2) 2X3 ONETIIOUSANDS.TItONG (4) .. 676 TAMERLANE (1) .. .. .. .. .. T Gillett 55.5 G Lcfoe 55 S Rldler 55 M lIart (a2) 55 M Morita (a2) 55 Selections: AROUSE, Do What We Do 2.17 HOURGLASS JEWELLERS 2-y-o Malden IOOOm $5300 4X ATOMISER (3) MARJIK JESSAR (5) .. THE SOLDIER (1) UNCLE JACK (6) .. .. ARTSMUGG (2) .. .. 2X FLEURS EDGE (4) C Moon 57 T Gillett 57 B Hoppa (a) 57 . . KJ Arnold 57 M Morita (a) 55.5 P Johnson 55.5 Selections: FLEURS EDGE, The Soldier, Atomlser 2.54 XXX X GOLD OPEN IIANDICAP IOOOm $6100 X6X AKA BILK (1) .......... P .Johnson 57.5 2XI nit CONGO (2) .. .. .. .. .... G Lefoe 57.5 llX GETTING LUCKY (5) .. B Cornell 57.5 06X EARTII LEGEND (4)C Moon 55.5 87X KEY ItEVERSAL (3)T lIulsh 55 Selections: GETTING LUCKY, Dr Congo, Aka Bilk 3.29 SIX WEEKS TILL THE CAltNIVAL MAIDEN 1100 M $5300 X62 BRACKEN'S BOY (6) .. P Johnson 58 66X CROWNE PILOT (2) .. . . . . . . . . .. S Rldler 58 44X BLOOD LUST (9) .. C Moon 57.5 56X CELTIC CENTAUR(7) M Hart (a) 57.5 4'12 DANCING BLADE (3) .. B Cornell 57.5 74 AKA JANE (1) .. .. .. .. T Huish 56.5 50X SPUNTINO (4) .. .. .. .. M Clyde 56.5 42X COOBIN (8) .. B Hoppa (a) 56 9X MAKE MINE GOLD (5) .. .. .. .. G Leeoe 56 Selections: SPUNTINO, Make Mine Gold, Coobln 4.07 LASSETERS IIOTEL CASINO CLASS 5 II00m $5800 llX TAN TAT (3) .. .. .. .. .... P Johnson 60.5 13X GRAND COGNAC (4) M Morita (a2) 55.5 XIX RAZOR ONE (1).. .. .. .. .... .. C Moon 55 55X CHEESECAKE (2) G Leeoe 55 542 MISS MOVIE STAR (5) .. .. .. .. .. S Rldler 55 Selections: TAN TAT, Razor One, Grund Cognac 4.43 WASTEMASTElt CLASS 3 HANDICAP 1200m $5800 13X VERY STRANGE (3) .. M Hart (a2) 59.5 32X SPICY SOUND (2) M Morita (a2) 58.5 lX3 ALLWOOD (6) KJ Arnold 57.5 67X HERE'S ME MATE (1) .. .. .... G Leeoe 56.5 13X REGAL ROSE (5) ..........B Cornell 55.5 155 SCHOB! BARU (4) ..... . .. .. . P Johnson 55 Selections: ALLWOOD, Very Strange, lIere's Me Mate UNrrm RUIiBY 1.FAGUE UNITED FEDERAL RUGBY LEAGUE CLUB SIGNON DAY SUNDAY 12th MARCH 2006 FEDERAL SPORTS CLUB UNDOOLVA ROAD Starting 2.00pm BBO & REFRESHMENTS SUPPLIED Past, Present & New Players Supporters all welcome to attend Statisfics for the Month of M~rch. Average daily max temp: 32.6 deg Average daily min temp: 17.4deg Record highest temp: 42.2 deg Record lowest temp: .6,1 deg, .,' Average monthly rainfall: 32.3mm Highest monthIY'ra\nfall: ~~6:S.mni Rainfall this mOl)th: 9:qmm . ' .. :' Total rainfall last mohth: 11.2mm '. Total rainfall this year;-23.6mm Total rainfall last year. 253.0mm . Sunrise: 6.31am Sunset: 7.02pm ", --.: Weekend outlook, Issued by the Bureau of Meteoro.logy: . Fine with some aftemoon cloud and moderate east to sout~ east winds. Mins andMaxs: 21 to 23 and 35 to 37. LATEST TEMPS: 37.0 max and (19.4 min) [no rain] Tuesday 28: 36.6 (21.7) Wednesday 1: 36.S. (20.4) Thursday 2: 37.0 (19.4) Friday 3est: 37.0 (22.0) . Moody -looking good for treb-Ie RACING By ADAM OLSZANSKI TRAINER Nigel Moody is a good bet to land a treble at Pioneer Park on Sunday. Promising juvenile Fleurs Edge, the speedy Tan Tat and classy mare Getting Lucky are all well fancied. Two-year old Fleurs Edge returns to the track after running a solid second to Fortune Striker in her only start here on Melbourne Cup Day. The Racer's Edge filly was an impressive trial winner prior to her debut and was the second dearest at last year's Red Centre Yearling Sales, going under the hammer at $12,500. She will will face the Ken Rogerson trained debutants The Soldier and Uncle Jack, who both showed ability in a barrier. trial last week. year old gelding Tan Tat whose two appearances at the track Pioneer Park resulted in impressive wins. Lining up in the Class 5 Handicap, Tan Tat has to carry 60.5kg but on current form look a class above the others. Caulfield winner Getting Lucky returns from a three month spell and will try to replicate the winning spree which saw her bag three from as many attempts last preparation. Racing in the feature event, the five-year old mare faces stable mate Aka Bilk, a new acquisition for the Moody camp. The former Victorian galloper . comes to Pioneer Park with an impressive history. Previously prepared by leading trainers David Hall and the late Peter Hayes, Aka Bilk has won almost haH a million dollars in prizemoney. Nigel Moody makes up horse feed during early morning stable work. While only six. two year olds have accepted for the 1000 metre event, the number of juveniles being prepared in Alice Springs is encouraginl! and field sizes in upcoming years will no doubt benefit. Moody will also saddle up seven A three-time Melbourne winner, the nine-year old's wins include the 2004 Moe Cup and the Listed Wanganui Guineas. as a three-year old in New Zealand. . Pioneer Park .comment RACE I AROUSER Terry Gillett 19 (20-1-2-4): Stormed home when pipped over this trip on New Year's Day. easiest task for a while. Should go well. BYBROCCO Donna Wehr 5g (22-0-1-1): Yet to show ability In Malden company. Not a lot of depth here but still looks well held. DO WHAT WE DO Emmie Wehr 6m (31-0-5-2): Not disgraced in C4 company last start and will notice drop In grade. Capable of filling a place. . ... ONETHOUSANDSTRONG Leanne Gillett 4g (19-0-1-3): Usually runs well fresh evident by last start placing, though has struggled when 2nd-up. But has good claims. T AMERLANE Terry Gillett 3g (4-0-0-0): Career best last start (SL defeat) Rough place show. . RACE 2 . ATOMISER Terry Gillett 2g (1-0-0-0): Wasn't beaten far by Fleurs Edge (2nd) on debut. Likely to have Improved over break. Keep safe. MARJIK JESSAR Terry Gillett 2g (0-0-0-0) $8000 pur chase at Red Centre Year- Moody 5m (20-8-1-2): Was ling Sales. Same sire as spectacular in victory at all Sun line. Dam unplaced. three starts last prep. Strong Claims. pacemaker who will take THE SOLDIER Ken some catching. Best fresh. Rogerson 2g (0-0-0-0): Recent Top hope. trial winner. Looks tuned to EARTH LEGEND Terry perform well. Solid chance. Gillett 7g (54-10-6-7-19): UNCLE JACK Ken Raced best early In Its prepRogerson 2g (0-0-0-0): aratlon lastJlme Indicating a Trlalled ok but may need. a . forward showing can be exbit more time. Has two full pected here. Place chance at sisters, both unplaced. value. ARTSMUGG Terry Gillett KEY REVERSAL Jaml 2f (0-0-0-0): New Zealand Huish 8g (34-4-4-4): Hasn't bred by promising US bred shown good form for a long sire Traditionally. Best to time. Last win June 2002. watch this time around. . . Needs to lift. FLEURS EDGE Nigel Moody 2f 0-0-1-0): Strong, RACE4 debut finding the line strongly when beaten 1.5L by Fortune Striker. One to beat here. RACE 3 AKA BILK (NZ) Nigel Moody 9g (64-9-9-5): Moe Cup winner. Previously with P. Hayes and D. Hall. Listed winner, G3 placed. Class. Can win fresh. DR CONGO Lisa Lefoe 5g (39-8-8-5): Strong return last start. 1000m looks an even more suitable distance though meets some handy types here. Each-way safest. GETTING LUCKY Nigel BRACKEN'S BOY Margaret Moore 5g (9-0-1-0): Career best last week to score first placing. Could be on the way up and this race.1acks depth. Each-way. CROWNE PILOT Emmie Wehr 4g (28-0-1-2): ResumIng. Has placed fresh prior but failed to finish closer than 5L In 24 runs last prep . Place hope looks best chance. ~. Alice Springs I ' ~ /(~ ... . Hockey Association Inc. ~ BLOOD LUST Terry GIl!ett 3g (3-0-0-0): Was always chasing In three attempts late last year. Likely to have Improved during break and capable of filling a place. CELTIC CENT A UR Leanne Gillett 3g (2-0-0-0): This is Its easiest task to date after running' in stronger, oompany last preparation. c.at~:. bird gelding who has strong claims. DANCING BLADE John D Cornell 3g (1.3~O~I-1): Raced handy last. start and boxed on weIr behind SlIver Ham mer. This a lot easier and looks one of the main chances. AKA JANE Jami Huish 5m (2-0-0-0): Putln an Improved performance last start. Yet to show the dash of her full sister Akhaton. WIII improve with further racing. SPUNTINO John D Cornell 4m (12-0-3-1): Ex Victorian who scored all her placlngs on wet tracks. Will be Interesting to see how she goes on dlrt~ Keep safe. COOBIN Ken Rogerson 3f (8-0-1-0): Showed some abilIty at two"starts In Darwin: Likely .toglve a good sight here. fresh. Worth Including in multiples. MAKE. MINE GOLD Lisa Leeoe 3f (lcO-O-O) Was always chasing at only start in Victoria. First start new stable and likely to find this a noticeable drop In grade. Chance. RACE 5 . TAN TAT Nigel Moody 7g (43-5-4-8): .Impressed with two good wins In only runs at Pioneer Park. Does have to lump 60.5kg but Is a class above. GRAND COGNAC Terry Gillett 4g (16-3-1-1): Two victories at Class 2 level were solid and encouraging. Comes in well with Morita's claim but may need the run. RAZOR ONE Terry Gillett 3f (5-3-2-0): Just clung on before being freshened 'for this. Biggest assignment to date but looks handy. CHEESECAKE Emm~ Wehr 5g (32-4-3-4): Has struggled noticeably at this level In the past and this also above this geldlng's ability. MISS MOVIE STAR John D Cornell 5m (20-3-3-2): Hasn't won for over a year but last start second to Lambent was a big improvement. Looks to be finding form. RACE 6 VERY STRANGE Leanne GlIIett' 7g (17-3-7-1): Narrowly beaten over this distance when resuming last preparation. Runs well fresh and will be running on well. SPICY SOUND Leanne Gillett 5g (17-3"4-3): Last start second at C5 level puts It In good stead for this. Won In this grade by 8L In May. Check fitness in yard. Each way ALLWOOD Sheila Arnold 5g (9-2-1-2): Returned with a solid 3rd to Dancing Scene and The Motley Lot. Won 2nd-up in Darwin last prep. Top hope. HERE'S ME MATE Lisa Lefoe 5g (39-3-4-5): Went off the boll end of last prep. Was fav In TCK Cup last year but failed. Runs ok fresh. Placed In Darwin Open level. REGAL ROSE Donna Wehr 5m (30-3-5-5): First-up form Is appalling. Only a CI winner who Is likely to need to run and will find this tough. Walt for easier grade. SCHOBI BARU Nigel Moody 8g (48-4-5-7): Hasn't run on in similar class at two attempts since Cl win. Probably better suited to C2 at this time until he shows more .. Wanted Junior and Senior Players Six weeks out from the XXX)( Gold Cup Carnival, and the action really begins. to hot up - come and see the two-year-olds in action at the SIGN ON DAY . Sat4t~.MarGh 10am -,1pm at Alice Hockey Cehtre Traeger Avenue The season hits off Friday 10th March for U/18 Saturday 11 th March for U/14 & Seniors . ,lor fUrlher informa;ion .. Phone Bill van Dbk ~n 8955 D~S!l . Pion'eer P:arkRaces Sunday - March 5 Gates open 1 t.30am Six competitive local raqes, first at 1.42pm, .' last at 4.43pm . Admission $6, Pensioners $3 .T AB and Bookmaker on-course. Ice-cold beverages. Deliciol;ls food . available from the Kiosk. Sky Channel and TVN on-course Catch the FREE bus to Pioneer Park @ 1.30pm via Post Office, Melanka, Crowne Plaza, Lasseters Casino and Tourist Park. FREE bus returns to town after the last. Pioneer Park Racecourse South Stuart Highway Phone: 8952 4977 50 - Centralian Advocate, Friday, March 3, 2006 . " , I


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