|Place||Dog Name||Trainer||Box||Rug||Weight||1st Split Time||PIR||Finish Time||Margin||Price|
|1||LEAPING LYDIA||DANIEL TURNLEY (DIAMOND CREEK)||4||4||33.0||6.85||321||26.113||3.09||$6.20|
|2||RUB A TUB||DAVID MCKENZIE (TYNONG NORTH)||1||1||29.0||6.71||112||26.329||3.09||$2.70|
|3||QUIZ POP||WILLIAM DONLON (BURNBANK)||3||3||27.0||6.85||233||26.370||3.67||$3.90|
|4||ROWCHESTER WIG||ROBERT WALSH (KOROIT)||2||2||31.6||6.87||444||26.570||6.53||$7.80|
|5||ROWCHESTER JAN||ROBERT WALSH (KOROIT)||6||6||26.3||7.18||665||26.783||9.57||$8.60|
|6||DOWN TO BUSINESS||STEVEN CHIRCOP (SMYTHESDALE)||8||8||31.9||6.92||556||26.909||11.37||$27.40|
|F||LADY OF LEISURE||FLEUR TERRY (LINTON)||7||7||27.7||7.60||777||$8.40|
|S||AL'S KEEPER||ALLAN BUCKLAND (WINCHELSEA)||5|
|R||DARLEY LASS||SOPHIE MONAGHAN (BLAKEVILLE)||9|
|R||WHITE NIKITA||BRIAN HODGSON (SMYTHESDALE)||10|
|1-RUB A TUB||1.80|
|Exotic Combs||Exotic Odds|
|First 4 4-1-3-2||81.00|
|Split 1||Split 2||Split 3||Split 4|
All persons (both Staff & Participants) attending today, undertook successful health screenings and wore face-masks that in-turn, permitted entry to the venue for exclusive race-day functions and operations.
Al's Keeper – Late scratching at 8.04am due to non–arrival (GAR 31). No stand down period was imposed. Kennel representative Ms C Jayakody informed Stewards that she had a vehicle accident en–route to the track. Stewards were satisfied with evidence received.
Rowchester Jan was slow to begin.
Leaping Lydia checked off Quiz Pop approaching the first turn. Rub A Tub, Rowchester Wig, Quiz Pop and Lady Of Leisure collided approaching the first turn, checking Rowchester Wig, Quiz Pop and Rowchester Jan and severely checking Lady Of Leisure which fell as a resiult. Rowchester Wig checked off Quiz Pop on the first turn. Down To Business raced wide on the home turn.
Lady Of Leisure underwent a post-race veterinary examination and was found to have a right foreleg scapula fracture. A 60 day stand down period was imposed.
Following the event stewards inspected the track in the back straight and deemed it safe for racing.