Gold Edition Plate Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Gold Edition Plate which is to be run at Doomben on Saturday 12th, December 2015 at 3:37PM. View the Gold Edition Plate Field.

Of $100,000.1st $64,000, 2nd $20,000, 3rd $10,000, 4th $4,000, 5th $2,000 LISTED
Set Weights, Three-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.
QTIS Bonuses: First $24500, Second $7000, Third $3500, to qualified horses.Field Limit: 16 + 5 EM
No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 LE CHEF Darryl Hansen Brad Stewart 3 57kg
2 DRAM OF RED Matthew Dunn Jeff Lloyd 6 57kg
3 MOST IMPORTANT Tony Gollan Tegan Harrison 2 57kg
4 IN HIS STRIDE Rex Lipp 11 57kg
5 PRIVLAKA Robert Heathcote Damian Browne 9 57kg
6 SHOW COMMAND Pat Duff 14 57kg
7 PEPPERANO Liam Birchley Glen Boss 15 55kg
8 SECRET SAGA Tony Gollan Jim Byrne 13 55kg
9 MADOTTI Matthew Dunn Glen Colless 5 55kg
10 TYPING Stuart Kendrick 12 55kg
11 LA DOLCE VITA Bradley Smith 10 55kg
12 STICK WITH ME Chris Munce Michael Cahill 7 55kg
13 MY GIRL HAYLEY Tony Gollan Tye Angland 4 55kg
14 SOLD FOR SONG Kevin Kemp James Orman (a) 1 55kg
15 MILITARY MISS Gillian Heinrich 17 55kg
16 SEQ THE STAR Rex Lipp 8 55kg
17e STAR JUSTICE Gillian Heinrich 16 57kg


The cobalt hearing involving trainers Mark Kavanagh, Danny O’Brien and vet Tom Brennan, has been adjourned for final submissions after six days of evidence.

The three have been charged over elevated cobalt levels in a horse trained by Kavanagh and four from the O’Brien stable.

Brennan was the primary care vet for the Kavanagh and O’Brien stables and admitted supplying vitamin drips.

He added an extra ingredient to the IV drips, Vitamin Complex, a substance later found to contain large amounts of cobalt.

The two trainers have pleaded not guilty to all charges levelled against them.

Brennan has pleaded guilty to all but one charge of administration to affect the performance of a horse in a race.

The vet said he had been assured there were no prohibited substances in the Vitamin Complex.

The hearing will resume on Friday.

Father and son training partners Lee and Shannon Hope were last month disqualified for three and five years respectively on cobalt charges and are appealing the ruling at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

Peter Moody will front the RAD Board next week on a cobalt charge.

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