Bribie Handicap Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Bribie Handicap which is to be run at Sunshine Coast on Saturday 16th, May 2015 at 4:37PM. View the Bribie Handicap Field.

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Race 8 – 4:37PM YALUMBA WINES BRIBIE Handicap (1000 METRES)
Of $100,000.1st $64,000, 2nd $20,000, 3rd $10,000, 4th $4,000, 5th $2,000 LISTED
Quality, Minimum Weight 54kg, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 18 + 5 EM

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 ROCKY KING Tom Bourke Tegan Harrison 1 59kg
2 MR FAVULOUS Donald Baker Jeff Lloyd 6 58.5kg
3 FACILE TIGRE Jason McLachlan Daniel Griffin 4 58kg
4 TIME TO PLUNDER Liam Birchley 8 57.5kg
5 DIAMOND OASIS Joseph Pride Damian Browne 15 57kg
6 OFFICE BEARER Peter G Moody Luke Nolen 12 57kg
7 THE STOREMAN Tony Gollan Timothy Bell 16 56.5kg
8 WHITTINGTON John P Thompson Ric McMahon 17 56.5kg
9 FALINO Darren Bell 7 56kg
10 SEEKING MORE Kelso Wood Ryan Wiggins 18 56kg
11 THE CONSPIRATOR Tony Sears 10 56kg
12 FLYING RIDDLE Julie Green Cassandra Schmidt (a) 14 54kg
13 CRAIGLEA CRUZ Brenden Mackay James Orman (a) 2 54kg
14 SATURN ROCK Tony Crane Larry Cassidy 5 54kg
15 THINKHESAURUS Matt Kropp 9 54kg
16 HEZA BOBBY DAZZLER Lindsay Gough 3 54kg
17 LISA FASHIONISTA Barry P Phillips 13 54kg
18 REMAGEN BRIDGE Stuart Kendrick 19 54kg
19e TRUE ROYAL Jason McLachlan Michael Cahill 11 54kg

 

News:

Tony McEvoy has chosen to forgive and forget Kourkam’s most recent country Cup performance and has reason to believe he can bounce back at Scone.

Kourkam finished last as one of the most favoured runners in the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup on May 1 but the trainer said extensive tests had failed to show any problems and he was putting it all down to the firm track.

Kourkam was always wide from gate 13 and did not stretch out as he had at his previous start when he powered home to win the Albury Cup.

He will be joined by stablemate Evangelist in Friday’s $200,000 Listed Scone Cup (1600m), the feature race on the first day of the two-day carnival.

“He’s had no problems since and is as perfect as he was going into his last two starts,” McEvoy said.

“All we can put it down to is the firm track. He just didn’t stretch out.

“He’s a French horse and he’s used to softer ground so I can forgive him that run.”

Former English horse Evangelist had the opposite problem when he beat just one runner home at Doomben on April 11 in the Listed Tails Stakes.

“He is a horse who needs a good track,” McEvoy said.

“I took him to Brisbane and they put the track up as a good 3 but because of all the sand in it, it raced as if it was soft and that didn’t suit him.

“They will both go to Scone in good order with Jason Collett to ride Evangelist and Brenton Avdulla will be on Kourkam.”

There were 21 entries taken on Monday for the Cup with the Chris Waller-trained Flamingo Star the highest rated on 105, one point higher than veteran Monton from the Ron Quinton stable.

Flamingo Star is a former German horse with a win over Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist on his resume when they were both two-year-olds.

He was scheduled to have his first Australian start in the Hawkesbury Cup on May 2 but the meeting was washed out and he was instead given a barrier trial on Friday.

Waller has also nominated Strawberry Boy for the Cup while Godolphin has three entries – Malice, Medcaut and San Diego.

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