All Victorian Sprint Series Final results – 2015

Race 8 – 4:10PM All Victorian Sprint Series Final (1200 METRES)
Of $150,000.1st $90,000, 2nd $27,000, 3rd $13,500, 4th $6,750, 5th $3,750, 6th $3,000, 7th $3,000, 8th $3,000 LISTED
Handicap, Minimum Weight 54kg, Apprentices cannot claim.Field Limit: 20 + 4 EM


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 DESERT JEUNEY Nigel Blackiston James Winks 7 60kg
2 GENERAL TRUCE Ricky Maund Steven Arnold 1 57.5kg
3 HARD ROMP Ciaron Maher Michael Dee (a) 2 57.5kg
4 DECIRCLES Danny O’Brien Damien Oliver 11 56.5kg
5 SOLSAY Michael Kent Ms Jackie Beriman (a) 3 56kg
6 NEAREST TO PIN Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas Clare Lindop 6 55.5kg
7 LONROCKSTAR John Sadler Craig Williams 4 55kg
8 SMACKDOWN (NZ) Trent Pennuto Jordan Mallyon 13 55kg
9 PLAY MASTER Peter Smith Craig Newitt 5 54.5kg
10 NADEEM LASS Robbie Griffiths Glen Boss 12 54kg
11 ABOUT SQUARE (NZ) Michael Moroney Dwayne Dunn 8 54kg
12 WRITTEN UP George Osborne Dean Holland 10 54kg
13 RED CORNER Darren Weir Chris Parnham 9 54kg



Visiting Melbourne apprentice Regan Bayliss has had a day to remember on his first visit to Sydney with a winning double at Randwick.

The 18-year-old came to Saturday’s meeting with three rides for his master Peter Moody but because he could not use his claim on It’s About You, he was replaced by Winona Costin.

He had no weight problems with Kenjorwood or Noela’s Choice getting the two into the winners’ circle.

“It’s great to get two winners with my first two rides in Sydney,” Bayliss said.

“I was tossing up whether to ride at Flemington but decided to come here.

“Kenjorwood is one of my favourite horses.

“Unfortunately, I couldn’t ride It’s About You. The rules are different here.

“In Melbourne it’s up to the connections if they will let you ride without the claim.

“But it’s been a dream come true.”

Tommy Berry also had two winners, both for the Hawkes stable, reducing the number of chances for Hugh Bowman and Blake Shinn who are in a battle with James McDonald for the Sydney premiership.

Shinn managed one winner, Kimberley Star for Gai Waterhouse, taking him to within one win of McDonald who is due back from England next week.

“I’m just taking it as it comes,” Shinn said.

“It’s another day at the office and I’ve got a job to do for the owners.”

Bowman failed to ride a winner and remains 2-1/2 wins behind McDonald.

Both Shinn and Bowman left Sydney as soon as the meeting finished to fly to Singapore where they will ride at the Derby meeting.

Apprentice Claire Nutman, Jason Collett and Brenton Avdulla were the others to ride winners at Randwick.

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