BMW Australia J.J. Atkins nominations – 2015

View the nominations for the 2015 BMW Australia J.J. Atkins. The BMW Australia J.J. Atkins will be run on Saturday 6th June at Doomben racecourse.

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Race 3 – BMW AUSTRALIA J.J. ATKINS Two-Years-Old Plate (1600 METRES)
Of $600,000.1st $384,000, 2nd $120,000, 3rd $60,000, 4th $24,000, 5th $12,000 GROUP 1
Set Weights, Two-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.
Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 ADMIRABEEL (NZ) G 2 Peter G Moody
2 AGREE TO C 2 Bevan Laming
3 ALLISION F 2 John O’Shea
4 ALWAYS SACRED G 2 Toby Edmonds
5 ART OF PERCEPTION C 2 Gai Waterhouse
6 ASHLEE MARIE F 2 Richard Laming
7 AUSSIE JACK G 2 Barry Lockwood
8 BAGGIO C 2 Gerald Ryan
9 BANDA SPICE F 2 Stuart Kendrick
10 BASSETT (NZ) G 2 Peter G Moody
11 BILLY BIG BROWN C 2 Bjorn Baker
12 BLUEBERRY HILL F 2 Liam Birchley
13 BRING A SECRET G 2 Nick Olive
14 CALIBRA F 2 Allan Denham
15 CERTAIN ELLIE F 2 Paul Rocke
16 CHARCUTERIE C 2 Kelso Wood
17 CONCUBINE F 2 Gai Waterhouse
18 COOL CHAP G 2 Peter G Moody
19 COUNTERATTACK C 2 Chris Waller
20 CYLINDER BEACH (NZ) G 2 Desleigh Forster
21 CYRUS ROCKS C 2 Gai Waterhouse
22 DANE SLUGGER C 2 Bjorn Baker
23 DESTINATION TUCSON F 2 Gai Waterhouse
24 DIAMOND METEOR F 2 Gai Waterhouse
25 ENCOSTA LINE C 2 Chris Waller
26 FALLOCH G 2 Bryan Guy
27 FEAST FOR EYES C 2 Chris Waller
28 FIRST PRECINCT C 2 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
29 HARLEM RIVER F 2 Gai Waterhouse
30 HAVASAY G 2 Liam Birchley
31 HELLHOLE F 2 Gerald Ryan
32 HOLLER C 2 John O’Shea
33 IT’S VEGAS BABY G 2 Brad Herne
34 JILLIES JET F 2 Kelly Schweida
35 LAND’S END C 2 Gerald Ryan
36 LE CHEF G 2 Darryl Hansen
37 LEDOYEN C 2 Kelly Schweida
38 LOOK TO THE STARS F 2 Clarry Conners
39 MADOTTI F 2 Matthew Dunn
40 MALAAHY F 2 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
41 MASSA LU (NZ) C 2 Murray Baker
42 MONTIGNAC F 2 John O’Shea
43 MY COLLEAGUE C 2 Gerald Ryan
44 NEE DE PAPA C 2 Matthew Dunn
45 NIGHTLIFE F 2 Gerald Ryan
46 OLJA G 2 Brad Herne
47 ONE MORE MAGIC F 2 Kim Craft
48 PAYROLL F 2 Richard Laming
49 PEARL STAR F 2 Matt Laurie
50 PEPPERANO F 2 Liam Birchley
52 PRESS STATEMENT C 2 Chris Waller
54 PRINCESS CHARM F 2 Barry Baldwin
55 QUEEN TARA F 2 David Vandyke
56 READY ALREADY C 2 Gai Waterhouse
57 REAL GOOD G 2 Trevor Miller
58 RED KNOT C 2 Gai Waterhouse
59 SAGARONNE F 2 Toby Edmonds
60 SALT FLAT C 2 John O’Shea
61 SEE LINE WOMAN (NZ) F 2 Peter G Moody
62 SEMPRE LIBERA F 2 Gai Waterhouse
63 SHADOW LAWN F 2 Barry Baldwin
64 SHOCK ME (NZ) F 2 David Vandyke
65 SINGLE GAZE F 2 Nick Olive
66 SO WILLIE C 2 Chris Waller
67 STAR OF NIGHT F 2 David Kelly
68 STELLA DI NOTTE F 2 Tony Gollan
69 STIMAC C 2 Chris Waller
70 SUMMER SURF F 2 Anthony Cummings
71 TAAJ C 2 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
72 THE EQUINE BOLT G 2 James Curtain
73 TYPING F 2 Stuart Kendrick
74 UNBIASED C 2 John O’Shea
75 WATCHED F 2 Bryan Guy
76 WICKED INTENT C 2 Chris Munce
77 WOLF EYES G 2 Stuart Webb
78 ZARA BAY F 2 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes


The talented but injury-plagued Cape Kidnappers has been retired but will still have a home with his trainer Kelly Schweida.

The seven-year-old was restricted to 19 races but he managed to earn almost $400,000 from nine wins and six minor placings.

Schweida nursed Cape Kidnappers throughout his career after the gelding suffered a fractured sesamoid bone in 2012.

“It was a credit to him that he could come back and win races like the Queensland Lightning and Chief De Beers Stakes,” Schweida said.

“Very few horses race again after such injuries. He was in a box for nine months but we managed to get him back to the races.

Cape Kidnappers was expected to be competitive in the late winter carnival sprint races but Schweida decided to retire him after speaking with the owners on Saturday morning.

“He has done a great job under the circumstances and we didn’t want to risk him any further,” he said.

“We will keep him here on our property at Caboolture and my daughter will probably use him as a hack.”

Schweida will now pin his winter carnival hopes on Miss Cover Girl who will be aimed at the Tattersall’s Tiara on June 20.

The winner of the P J Bell Stakes in Sydney during the autumn, the filly missed the chance to gain automatic entry to Saturday’s $2 million Stradbroke Handicap when second to Najoom in the Fred Best Classic.

The winner gained a start but was withdrawn on Sunday with her trainer Gai Waterhouse saying she needed further treatment for a leg injury.

Najoom will now target the Tiara for fillies and mares, the final Group One race of the Australian season.


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