Anniversary Vase Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Anniversary Vase which is to be run at Caulfield racecourse on Saturday 16th, April 2016. View the Anniversary Vase Field.


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 CHARMED HARMONY John Sadler Thomas Sadler (a) 16 60kg
2 RHYTHM TO SPARE (NZ) Michael Moroney Glen Boss 5 58kg
3 GUEST OF HONOUR (IRE) David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Ben Melham 17 55.5kg
4 DAN ZEPHYR Pat Carey Rhys McLeod 10 55kg
5 JIMANDO Tony McEvoy Nicholas Hall 12 54.5kg
6 SISTINE DEMON Andrew Noblet Luke Currie 9 54.5kg
7 YESTERDAY’S SONGS Michael Moroney James Winks 3 54.5kg
8 PRECIOUS GEM Henry Dwyer Jake Noonan 14 54kg
9 CHOOSE Lee & Shannon Hope Ms Michelle Payne 18 54kg
10 ONPICALO Mick Price Craig Newitt 1 54kg
11 ENQUARE Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra Damian Lane 7 54kg
12 LUCKY LAGO Lee & Anthony Freedman Daniel Stackhouse 11 54kg
13 LORD DURANTE Simone Ferchie Darren Gauci 13 54kg
14 INSPECTOR Peter White Patrick Moloney 15 54kg
15 FAST CASH Wendy Kelly Daniel Moor 6 54kg
16e MASTER RESET Matt Laurie Luke Currie 2 54kg
17e STAVIVA Matt Laurie Craig Williams 8 54kg
18e VOLONTIERS Robbie Laing 4 54kg


Yankee Rose is odds-on to win her second Group One race in the Champagne Stakes.

Yankee Rose is the $1.40 favourite with the TAB to make it back-to-back elite wins after claiming the Sires’ Produce Stakes at her last start.

The race has been kind to favourites who have won four of the past five Champagnes.

Pierro won the race at $1.22 in 2012, while Dance Hero was a $1.40 chance when he won in 2004.

Godolphin colt Obscura is on the second line of betting at $5 and Divine Prophet is third pick at $8.

The Chris Waller-trained Press Statement leads the market for the Group One All Aged Stakes, rated a $3.50 chance to win the weight-for-age contest.

English and Malaguerra share the second line at $4.60, while former WA galloper Black Heart Bart is at $5.50 to win the race at his third start for trainer Darren Weir.

Press Statement’s stablemate Kermadec is $7 to win the All Aged where he drops in distance to 1400m after a disappointing last in the Doncaster Mile at his most recent start.

Nominations in both races, the final Group One races run in Sydney for the season, have been extended until Tuesday morning.

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