Casey Cup Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Casey Cup which is to be run at Cranbourne on Friday 4th, March 2016 at 9:15PM. View the Casey Cup Field.

 

NoHorseTrainerJockeyBarrierWeight
1DOCTOR CARE (NZ)Darren WeirBen Allen (a1.5)1062kg
2SECESSIO (GB)Bob ChallisBeau Mertens (a1.5)1561kg
3PRIORITY ROAD (NZ)Archie AlexanderDylan Dunn (a1.5)460kg
4FIREHOUSE ROCKDarren WeirJye McNeil (a0)359kg
5HIGH CHURCH (IRE)Robert HickmottSteven King259kg
6SCELTO (NZ)Robbie Laing758.5kg
7SEE WHAT I BRINGSymon Wilde1458kg
8ZLATANRobbie LaingIbrahim Gundogdu1358kg
9MASTER OF ARTS (NZ)Darren WeirJohn Allen957kg
10SEARCH SQUAD (NZ)Doug Harrison855.5kg
11WINTA CHILLERRoss PecoraBrian Higgins655kg
12PREPEENeil Pfeiffer555kg
13eDOMINO VITALEColin LittleGlen Boss1155kg
14eKINCAPLE CHIEF (NZ)David Hayes & Tom DabernigMs Jackie Beriman1255kg
15eULTIMATE DOOMRichard Laming155kg

News:

A strong field is expected for the Group One Australian Guineas headlined by boom New Zealand colt Xtravagant.

Acceptances for Saturday’s $750,000 Group One race for three-year-olds at Flemington will be taken on Wednesday morning.

Victoria’s leading trainer Darren Weir is expected to have three runners with filly Perfect Reflection joining colts Palentino and Mahuta, while trainer Mick Price is also expected to have three runners including Victoria Derby winner Tarzino.

Price will be chasing his third Australian Guineas.

Xtravagant, winner of two Group One races by big margins across the Tasman, is at $3.80 ahead of acceptances with four other horses under double figure odds.

Palentino is at $4.80 ahead of Tarzino ($6.50), Mahuta ($7.50) and Perfect Reflection ($9).

Gai Waterhouse won the Guineas last year with Wandjina and has River Wild heading to this year’s race.

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