Cape Grim Beef Steaks results – 2015

View the results for today’s 10/10/2015 Group 3 Cape Grim Beef Steaks at Caulfield racecourse.


Race 10 – 6:15PM Cape Grim Beef Steaks (1200 METRES)
Of $150,000.1st $90,000, 2nd $27,000, 3rd $13,500, 4th $6,750, 5th $3,750, 6th $3,000, 7th $3,000, 8th $3,000 GROUP 3
Set Weights plus Penalties, Four-Years-Old and Upwards, Mares, Apprentices cannot claim.Track Condition: Good 3 Time: 1:09.74 Last 600m: 0:34.06 Timing Method: Electronic INTERIM RESULTS


Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight
1 4 POLITENESS Robert Smerdon Mark Zahra 9 57kg
2 3 WAWAIL David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Michael Walker 0.1L 2 58kg
3 2 BRING ME THE MAID Peter G Moody Glen Boss 2.35L 1 58kg
4 9 CATCH THAT CAT Gwenda Johnstone Luke Currie 2.65L 7 55kg
5 10 MATILIJA Lee & Anthony Freedman Ben Melham 3.4L 10 55kg
6 6 DANESTROEM Michael Kent Chris Parnham 3.6L 4 55kg
7 5 YGRITTE Darren Weir Craig Williams 4L 5 56kg
8 8 TAHNI DANCER Clinton McDonald Dwayne Dunn 4.4L 6 55kg
9 1 IN STYLE (NZ) Michael Moroney Opie Bosson 4.7L 3 59kg
10 11 EXCLUSIVE LASS Nigel Blackiston Kerrin McEvoy 5.45L 8 55kg
7 SOOSA RAMA Colin Little Patrick Moloney (a) 0



Lightly raced sprinter Music Magnate’s winning form has earned him a trip to the big stage in Melbourne.

The four-year-old was a strong winner of the October Handicap (1400m) at Randwick on Saturday with trainer Bjorn Baker flagging a start in the Group Two (1200m) at Flemington on October 31.

“There is a Listed race at Hawkesbury over 1400 metres but I’d like to take him for the 1200-metre race down the straight on Derby day,” Baker said.

“While he’s in winning form I want to keep him going.”

Ridden by Brenton Avdulla Music Magnate, the $2.30 favourite, travelled comfortably in third most of the race and extended inside the final 200m to put 1-1/4 lengths on San Diego ($6) with a short neck to Cosmic Cube ($9.50).

The victory came after a Rosehill victory two weeks ago and took Music Magnate’s record to four wins from nine starts.

Baker praised Avdulla saying he had gone to a new level while trainer Gary Moore was effusive about apprentice Regan Bayliss after his win on Dream Choice in the TFE Hotels (1200m).

Bayliss, who is indentured to dual-state trainer Peter Moody, will spend the next two months in Sydney while many of the leading jockeys are riding in Melbourne.

“We dropped a lot in weight from his last start at Canberra,” Moore said.

“The horse is well, and we put the blinkers back on and this boy (Regan Bayliss) can ride.”

Another Melbourne apprentice, Jordan Childs, will spend the next month with Gai Waterhouse and familiarised himself with Randwick on Saturday, helping saddle the horses.

“I’m suspended until Monday and I’m really keen to get back into it,” Childs said.

Baker and Avdulla made it a double when Herne’s Oak won the Spring Fashion Handicap (2000m).

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