Bon Hoysted Apprentices Race nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 Bon Hoysted Apprentices Race. The Bon Hoysted Apprentices Race will be run on Thursday 18th February at Pakenham racecourse.

 

HorseSexAgeTrainer
1ARCTIC SONGG5David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
2BIG BUDDIEG7Andrew Sawden
3CAVALLO NEROG7Nick Harnett
4CLAUDIA JEANF3David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
5CLEVADUDEG5Darren Weir
6CORCOVADOM5Danielle Smith
7COUNT THE INTERESTG6Gary Mallinson
8CRESTA CONDORM6Pat Carey
9FOREIGN AFFAIRM4Henry Dwyer
10GANGNAM STYLEG5Nikki Burke
11HOT MAMAM5Robbie Griffiths
12KENTUCKY FLYERC3Robbie Laing
13KING OF MANNERSG5Shaun Dwyer
14MOSSARA LADG4Nigel Blackiston
15MR WONDERFULG4Peter Gelagotis
16NORTHERN MODELF3Peter Morgan & Craig Widdison
17PURRPUSSFULF3Pat Carey
18SAGABELLAM5Todd Balfour
19SANTA ANA LANEG3Lee & Anthony Freedman
20SARIM6Simon Morrish
21STAR IMPULSEM6Shane Stockdale
22STAR STEALERG4Darren Weir
23THE SPITFIREG4David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
24TIGER’S CUBG6Greg Eurell
25TRUENOG5Ryan Balfour
26WALK THIS WAYG5Matt Laurie

News:

Mike Moroney will keep two of the stable’s most promising three-year-olds in Melbourne instead of taking them on the road to Sydney.

Tulsa and Tivaci are nominated for the CS Hayes Stakes at Flemington and the Hobartville Stakes at Rosehill, both over 1400m.

“I would think they will both run down here,” Moroney said.

“I entered them for Sydney just in case they struggled to make the field here.”

Sixteen three-year-olds have been nominated for the C S Hayes Stakes, the maximum field number from the 1400m start at Flemington.

Tivaci, the winner of two of his six starts and placed at Listed level at Flemington, resumed with a strong win at Pakenham on February 4.

Tulsa’s only win came on the Pakenham synthetic surface last August.

He went on to run second in the Guineas Prelude before finishing eighth in the Caulfield Guineas later in the spring.

Moroney said Tulsa had a hard run when a first-up eighth behind Puritan in the Manfred Stakes at Caulfield on February 6.

“He faced the breeze and had a pretty tough run,” Moroney said.

“You’d have to forgive him that after watching what happened to him.”

Ben Melham, who rode the gelding at Caulfield, will ride him again on Saturday with Craig Williams to partner Tivaci.

Moroney has no firm plans for the pair but expects them to head to Sydney at the end of the Melbourne autumn carnival.

Both have been nominated for the Australian Guineas at Flemington on March 5 as well as The Doncaster, the Australian Derby and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick during The Championships.

“I just want to see what they do on Saturday first before we make any set plans,” Moroney said.

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