Regal Roller Stakes Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Regal Roller Stakes which is to be run at Caulfield on Saturday 15th, August 2015 at 4:40PM. View the Regal Roller Stakes Field.

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Race 8 – 4:40PM Winslow Group Regal Roller Stakes (1200 METRES)
Of $120,000.1st $72,000, 2nd $21,600, 3rd $10,800, 4th $5,400, 5th $3,000, 6th $2,400, 7th $2,400, 8th $2,400 LISTED
Handicap, Minimum Weight 54kg, Four-Years-Old and Upwards, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 4 EM


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 FAST ’N’ ROCKING David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Damian Lane 1 60kg
2 BONDEIGER Danny O’Brien James Winks 7 58.5kg
3 LATE CHARGE Wendy Kelly Craig Newitt 14 58.5kg
4 GRIANTE David Brideoake Steven Arnold 12 58kg
5 BARBED John O’Shea Patrick Moloney (a) 2 56.5kg
6 PLATINUM ROCKER Lee & Shannon Hope Craig Williams 16 56.5kg
7 SEA LORD Stephen Brown Ben Melham 5 56.5kg
8 STRATUM STAR Darren Weir 15 56.5kg
9 PAGO ROCK David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Stephen Baster 8 55.5kg
10 YESTERDAY’S SONGS Michael Moroney Damien Oliver 13 54kg
11 MR MAKE BELIEVE Robbie Laing 9 54kg
12 MISTER MILTON Norman Waymouth Chris Parnham 6 54kg
13 SARDAAJ (NZ) Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Dwayne Dunn 17 54kg
14 INSPECTOR Peter White Dale Smith 10 54kg
15 STINGRAY John Moloney Glen Boss 3 54kg
16 SETINUM Shane Fliedner 11 54kg
17e PRESSING Mick Price Chad Schofield 4 54kg


World traveller Gordon Lord Byron will bid to regain his crown in the Sprint Cup at Haydock following Group One placing in France.

The seven-year-old Irish horse proved he was as good as ever in the Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville, finishing just a length third to this season’s star sprinter Muhaarar.

The pair could clash again at Haydock on September 5 in a race Gordon Lord Byron won in 2013 and finished second in last year and in 2012.

Gordon Lord Byron’s victories include the 2014 Group One George Ryder Stakes in Sydney.

“He ran a super race and you’d have to be happy with him,” trainer Tom Hogan said.

“He ran pretty well up to his best form. We know he’s capable of getting placed in these races and if we keep having a poke with him, hopefully one might come his way.

“He was racing away from them in the middle of the track and when he hit the front, because he’s getting on a bit, he think he’s done enough.

“He was beaten by the best sprinter in Europe and we’re happy to take him on again. If we’re second to him again, we’ll be happy.

“Haydock is still very much the plan. He’s in rude health and if we can keep him that way, we might get a result before the year is out.”


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