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SCCOP RACING Trentham 21 01 01

Race 6 Thorndon Mile $130,000 1600m

1 11311 Zonda 59 9 R James; Jockey Vinny Colgan

2 51 261 Cheiron 57 7 R Marsh; Jockey: Noel Harris

3 21812 Giovana 55 14 C Marshall; Jockey: Peter Johnson

4 131161 Sir Howard 55 1 N 7 P Hurdle; Jockey: Chris Munce

5 8 1112 Country Rose 54 1/2 K gray; Jockey: Michael Walker

6 111-1d Platonic 54 1/2 8 G Richardson; Jockey Leith Innes

7 13264 Furnish 54 4 T Cole; Jockey: Lance O'Sullivan;

8 066398 Tall Poppy 54 12 N Eales; Jockey: David Walsh

9 70205 Volkaire 53 1/2 10 Jillings/Yuill; Jockey Michael Coleman

10 117914 Bexley 53 16 G Georgetti; Jockey Paul Taylor;

11 46644 Te Akau Dancer 53 15 M Walker; Lockey

12 82413 Amnesia 52 1/2 2 R & C Bothwall; Jockey

13 02152 Pompeii River N & P Hurdle; Jockey

14 71648 Last Flight 52 6 R Coxon; Jockey: David Walker

15 11631 Moralee 52 3 R & C Bothwell; Jockey Mark Sweeny

16 112252 Saint Cecile 51 1/2 N Auret; Jockey: Lisa Mumby

17 618 56 Cooperstown 51 1/2 D jones

18 501135 Nobodywantsme C 7 F Ritchie

SCOOP Selection

1st Zonda
2nd Amnesia
3rd Platonic

Combinations 2;3; and 4

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