Adelaide Stakes Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Adelaide Stakes which is to be run at Morphettville on Saturday 2nd, May 2015 at 1:58PM. View the Adelaide Stakes Field.

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Race 4 – 1:58PM Drink Driving? GROW UP Queen Adelaide Stakes (1050 METRES)
Of $80,000.1st $50,000, 2nd $14,500, 3rd $6,500, 4th $3,200, 5th $1,800, 6th $800, 7th $800, 8th $800, 9th $800, 10th $800 LISTED
Set Weights, Two-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 4 EM

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 COUNTER PULSE Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas Clare Lindop 5 57.5kg
2 SPIRITED MATCH Ken Sweeney Todd Pannell 3 57.5kg
3 BEAU RIVAGE Gordon Richards Jackson Matthews 8 57.5kg
4 GREEN HORNET (NZ) John Hyam Blake Shinn 12 57.5kg
5 METIER Tony McEvoy Matthew Neilson 4 57.5kg
6 THURLOW Robert Smerdon Craig Williams 11 55.5kg
7 MISTY WATERS Michael Moroney Jake Noonan 2 55.5kg
8 TYPHOON WITNESS Phillip Stokes Dom Tourneur 7 55.5kg
9 COOL SNITZEL Peter G Moody Dwayne Dunn 10 55.5kg
10 STREAM AHEAD Doug Harrison Patrick Keane 9 55.5kg
11 WICKED PROMISE David Jolly Ms Sigrid Carr (a) 1 55.5kg
12 STRYKUM Lee & Anthony Freedman Ben Melham 6 55.5kg


Scottish Grand National-winning jockey Richie McGrath has been cleared of corruption charges following a British Horseracing Authority disciplinary panel hearing.

McGrath faced allegations he passed on inside information used for betting purposes and that he had not ridden his mounts on their merits.

The British Horseracing Authority investigation covered 57 races between October 2009 and April 2012.

McGrath and former owner Mark Aspey went before a BHA disciplinary panel in March and both have now been cleared of all corruption charges.

The jockey has instead been found in breach of the lesser offence of giving a horse “a schooling run” aboard Rumble Of Thunder at Fakenham on January 1, 2011.

Schooling a horse in public carries an entry point penalty of a 14-day suspension, with a range of between 10 to 18 days, whereas McGrath could have been banned for 10 years if he had been found guilty of corruption.

A BHA statement said full reasons for the panel’s findings would be published in a few days.

Seven people were named when the BHA charges were revealed last September, including former trainer Kate Walton.

The charges against Walton and four other unlicensed individuals were dropped a week before they were due to face a disciplinary inquiry.


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