Bow Mistress Trophy Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Bow Mistress Trophy which is to be run at Hobart on Friday 5th, February 2016 at 6:23PM. View the Bow Mistress Trophy Field.


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 NADEEM LASS Robbie Griffiths Matthew Allen 17 56.5kg
2 MISS STEELE Michael Kent Mark Zahra 15 56.5kg
3 I LOVE IT John Salanitri Stephen Baster 4 56.5kg
4 NAUTICAL Nikki Burke Brad Rawiller 5 56.5kg
5 MOSSBEAT Robbie Griffiths Steven Arnold 12 56.5kg
6 OUR HARMONY David Brideoake Damien Oliver 11 56.5kg
7 SNIPPETEE BEE Charlie Goggin & Luella Meaburn Ms Sigrid Carr (a) 14 56.5kg
8 FROLICKED Graeme McCulloch & David Keating Kyle Maskiell (a) 9 56.5kg
9 SH’BOURNE SPIRIT Bill Ryan Brendon McCoull 6 56.5kg
10 SPIRIT OF NIA Tegan Keys David Pires 2 56.5kg
11 ERIN’S ELEMENT John Blacker Damien Thornton 8 56.5kg
12 CHARNZEL Ricky Maund Daniel Moor (late alt) 7 56.5kg
13 MERRICK’S BEAUTY Alana Fulton Anthony Darmanin 1 56.5kg
14 RYAN’S DAUGHTER Troy Blacker Daniel Ganderton 10 56.5kg
15 MAGNACASH Brendan Mcshane Bulent Muhcu 3 56.5kg
16e BECK AND CALL (NZ) Paul Maher Ms Kim Moore 16 56.5kg
17e SUMMERS DAY Ricky Maund 13 56.5kg


New Zealand trainer Murray Baker is preparing for a return to Melbourne with two horses which provided him Group One wins last spring.

Turn Me Loose leaves New Zealand on Sunday for a first-up tilt at the Group One CF Orr Stakes at Caulfield on February 13 after a barrier trial win at Avondale on Tuesday.

And Caulfield Cup winner Mongolian Khan is ready to trial ahead of a possible assault on next month’s Australian Cup.

Turn Me Loose, who scored at Seymour and Moonee Valley before winning the Group One Emirates Stakes at Flemington in November, defeated Volkstok’n’barrell in a 1200m trial on Tuesday.

“I don’t know if he’s improved but he’s going well and we’re happy with that,” Baker told Melbourne radio station RSN.

After the Orr Stakes, Turn Me Loose will head to the Futurity Stakes at Caulfield before his campaign is switched to Sydney with the Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick his goal.

“We hope he’ll get 2000 metres but he’s never raced right-handed in his 11 career starts,” Baker said.

“Avondale is right-handed so we should have no worries about him going that way.”

After his trial next week, Baker said a decision would be made on where Mongolian Khan begins his campaign.

Mongolian Khan missed the Melbourne Cup after a colic attack.

The Chipping Norton Stakes at Randwick or the Peter Young Stakes at Caulfield on February 27 are possible first-up assignments.

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