Marsh Port Adelaide Guineas nominations – 2015

View the nominations for the 2015 Marsh Port Adelaide Guineas will be run on (11/04/2015) at Morphettville racecourse.

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Race 2 – Marsh Port Adelaide Guineas (1800 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, Three-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 4 EM

Horse Trainer
1 A LOTTA LOVE Sam Pritchard-Gordon
3 BAYOONAH Mick Price
4 BEAU’S MY BOY Jon O’Connor
6 HELL ON EARTH Shawn Mathrick
7 HIGH OPINION Chris Heywood
8 HUSSON’S SHOUT Phillip Stokes
9 JIM’S JOURNEY Peter F Blanch
10 KAWABATA Jamie Edwards & Bruce Elkington
11 LADY SHARAPOVA Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
12 LITTLE HOTTIE (NZ) Michael Kent
13 MAYSOOR Mick Price
14 MIRACLE THE SECOND Daniel Clarken
15 NIMBOSTRATUS (NZ) Symon Wilde
16 PEPPER THE PIN Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas
17 ROD’S OPINION John Hickmott
18 ROYAL OCEAN Mick Price
19 TEMPS VOLEUR Robbie Laing
20 THERMOGENIC Phillip Stokes
21 TIME WALKER Phillip Stokes
23 VALDEZ Graeme McCulloch & David Keating
24 ZOLT (NZ) Leon & Troy Corstens



Katie Walsh has become the third female jockey to claim the Irish Grand National, guiding Thunder And Roses to an emotional victory at Fairyhouse.

It is 31 years since Ann Ferris struck gold aboard Bentom Boy, while Walsh’s sister-in-law Nina Carberry also enjoyed National glory aboard Organisedconfusion in 2011.

Thunder And Roses was a 20-1 shot for the Easter Monday highlight for Sandra Hughes, who took over the stable’s training licence following the death of her father Dessie in November.

Thunder And Roses, Rule The World and Band Of Blood jumped the final fence virtually as one, but it was the former who picked up best, galloping all the way to the line to secure a 4-1/4 length victory.

Rule The World held onto the runner-up spot from Sizing Coal, with Band Of Blood weakening on the run-in for fourth spot.

“This is absolutely class,” Walsh said.

“I’ve had some fantastic days, but this is an Irish National.

“It’s great for women in racing.”

Walsh comes from a family steeped in jumping history and is the sister of champion jockey Ruby and daughter of trainer Ted.

Hughes was elated with the win.

“Katie was absolutely fantastic, she just suited him to a tee,” Hughes said.

“She was brilliant and he was brilliant.

“Someone above was helping us out. Dad always loved this race and to do it for him is wonderful. Dad was with us all the way.”

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