Spring Stakes Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Spring Stakes which is to be run at Morphettville on Saturday 8th, August 2015 at 4:08PM. View the Spring Stakes Field.

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Race 7 – 4:08PM David Coles AM Spring Stakes (1200 METRES)
Of $120,000.1st $76,800, 2nd $20,400, 3rd $9,600, 4th $4,800, 5th $2,400, 6th $1,200, 7th $1,200, 8th $1,200, 9th $1,200, 10th $1,200 GROUP 3
Standard Weight for Age, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 20 + 4 EM


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 HAPPY TRAILS Paul Beshara Simon Price 4 58.5kg
2 RIZIZ Ken Sweeney Jamie Mott 12 58.5kg
3 RICHIE’S VIBE Paul Beshara Dom Tourneur 3 58.5kg
4 WHITLAM Danielle Wilson 9 58.5kg
5 DYLANSON Phillip Stokes Matthew Neilson 2 58.5kg
6 ALCOHOL Richard Jolly Paul Gatt 10 58.5kg
7 DAYTONA GREY Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas Jason Holder 6 58.5kg
8 JUSTIFY THAT Peter Moody 5 58.5kg
9 STIMULATTE Gordon Richards 8 58.5kg
10 RED ECLIPSE Grant Young Ms Sigrid Carr (a) 1 58.5kg
11 GO INDY GO Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas Clare Lindop 7 56.5kg
12 PINKY TUSCADERO Kerri McAnulty & Clint Binnie 11 56.5kg



Controversial harness racing identity John Camilleri will appear at the Racing NSW inquiry into cobalt and caffeine found in a horse trained by Sam Kavanagh.

The trainer has named Camilleri as the person who facilitated a race day treatment for Midsummer Sun on January 9, the day he won the Gosford Cup.

Camilleri is said to have instructed disqualified harness racing trainer Mitch Butterfield to treat the horse because he was unable to do it himself.

Kavanagh is facing a raft of charges relating to the use of cobalt and unregistered products in his stable.

A swab taken from Midsummer Sun after the Gosford Cup showed caffeine and high levels of cobalt.

Melbourne vet, Dr Tom Brennan, has admitted supplying Kavanagh with a substance labelled Vitamin Complex which contained 175 times the amount of cobalt normally found in supplements.

Brennan said he got the substance from a junior partner at the Flemington Equine Clinic, Dr Adam Matthews, who assured him it did not contain cobalt.

The inquiry in Sydney enters its third day on Wednesday.


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