The Hisar Plate Div-2
Class 5 / Horses Rated 1 To 26
Winner:₹.130000 Second:₹.48500 Third:₹.27500 Fourth:₹.14500 Total: ₹.220500
|Pl||H.No||Horse/Pedigree||Desc||Trainer||Jockey||Wt||Al||Dr||Sh||Won By||Dist Win||Rtg||Cl Odds||Time|
|5y b m||A Saulez||R Yousaf||57||12||S||1 1/4||17||1:14.09|
|2||14||4y dk b f||I S Parmar||R Rakesh||51||-1.5||4||S||1 1/2||1.25||5||1:14.28|
|3||13||7y b m||Zulfiqar Khan||Akash Rajput||52.5||2||S||5 1/4||2.75||8||1:14.54|
|4||3||3y b g||S Nawab||S Mosin||59||9||S||2 3/4||8||21||1:15.37|
|5||8||3y gr g||Sartaj Singh||Arman Jafri||54||13||S||NOSE||10.75||11||1:15.80|
|7y b g||S Ali Khan||R Parvesh||52.5||7||S||SHD||10.75||8||1:15.81|
|8y ch g||K P Singh||Praveen Saini||60||6||A||2 1/2||10.75||23||1:15.82|
CASH IN HAND
|4y b g||H Ali Khan||Withdrawn||57||HEAD||13.25||17||1:16.25|
FLORI DI CAMA
|8y b g||S Ali Khan||Muzammil Hashmi||52.5||-5||11||S||1 1/4||13.25||8||1:16.27|
|10||7||3y b m||S Nawab||K Narender Kumar||55.5||1||S||3/4||14.5||14||1:16.46|
|11||10||4y b c||Rajinder||Danish Ali Khan||53||10||S||2||15.25||9||1:16.58|
|12||4||3y b g||I S Parmar||Irfan Khan||57||5||S||17.25||17||1:16.58|
|13||1||4y b m||Rajinder||V S Gautam||60.5||-5||8||A||17.25||24||DNF|
Tote Favourite: JHILMIL
|₹. 692||₹.64||₹.||₹.51,₹.34,₹.13||₹.C/F||₹.C/F||₹.848 & 363||₹.|
At the start, AAO SHAO (V S Gautam) leaned on to its Stall and then jumped out hesitatingly and swerved to the right, unbalancing its rider who was dislodged. Trainer Rajinder has been asked to give his charge sufficient Gate practice and show the filly to the satisfaction of the Starter before next accepting to race.
At the start, ASHWA JAWALA (Irfan Ali) hesitated to jump from its Stall and was slow to begin. COMPREHENSIVE (Praveen Saini) jumped out awkwardly. ABASTOR (Danish Ali Khan) fly jumped.
Soon after the start, MASTER FEDERAL (S Mosin) shifted in and carried BLUEPRINT (R Yousaf) inwards.
Jockey Akash Rajput (JHILMIL) when questioned stated that he was instructed to be in 3rd /4 th position, to pull the horse outwards in the straight and to do his best. He stated soon after the start he niggled his mount but the other horses were faster and the straight he had pulled his mount outwards and ridden throughout the race. The explanation was noted.