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Albury coach Donna Scott targets Takiss en Kosciuszko ticket after Federal Handicap victory in Queanbeyan | The Canberra Times

Albury coach Donna Scott targets Takiss en Kosciuszko ticket after Federal Handicap victory in Queanbeyan |  The Canberra Times

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Donna Scott produced a remarkable first training performance with stable mover Takissacod at Queanbeyan last Friday and now she’s dreaming of the ultimate prize. “I do not think all the Kosciuszko tickets are gone yet,” Scott said after winning the Benchmark 75 Federal Hanidcap (1200), transferred to the NSW track from Thoroughbred Park. “I might need to post a few tweets and stuff like that to see if anyone wants her.” Five-year-old Takissacod only joined Scott’s Albury farm earlier this year after moving out of Norm Loy’s care and had never even placed in the first four races before Friday’s effort. “I told the boys that her form was not great at first, but she had worked well and tried well,” Scott said. “Normy Loy did a great job with her, her rating went through the roof with the races she had won and how competitive she was last.” We give her a little break when she comes to me, she put on a pile of weight. I played it down a bit, of course I only had her for this preparation. “She pulled a nice gate, I told Queanbeyan, if she’s in a hurry, she might not be far away from them.” I can not complain with her, she has fallen into my lap and has been a pleasure to deal with, light horse “MORE CANBERRA -RACING Takissacod is a half-sister to Scott Spackman’s Rocket Tiger who ran 10th to stay inside. this year’s Golden Slipper, and will be aimed at a midweek race in the city if a Kosciuszko ticket did not work out. ” to the practical horse from Scotty Spackman – if she could win a race in the city, it would just make breeding ideal. She beat the Canberra couple Exaggerate and Delacour home by winning the Federal. Meanwhile, star jockey Jamie Kah has been slammed with an additional two-month ban for providing misleading evidence to executives investigating an illegal Airbnb party south of Melbourne last month. The suspension will be put on the three-month sentence she already earns for attending the party, which has excluded her from the lucrative spring carnival, and which means she will not ride again until the end of January. Kah was found guilty this week of “managing trustees with false and / or misleading evidence” to trustees, after failing to mention the participation of co-jockey Mark Zahra at the party when he was questioned by trustees. She had pleaded not guilty to the charge. Victorian Racing Tribunal President Judge John Bowman ruled that the two-month suspension should be served in addition to the original ban. “We are of the opinion that a period of two months should be imposed for this tax … and be cumulative in its entirety from the period of three months’ suspension imposed by the trustees under AR 232 (b),” Bowman said. “Thus, the total suspension time for both will be five months.” It’s another blow to the 25-year-old hoop who made history earlier this year by becoming the first jockey to ride 100 winners in a Victorian metropolitan season. Zahra was also found guilty of the charge and handed over an extra month on top of his original suspension.

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