Caulfield Guineas Prelude Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Caulfield Guineas Prelude which is to be run at Caulfield racecourse on Saturday 24th, September 2016. View the Caulfield Guineas Prelude Field.

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 SACRED ELIXIR (NZ) Tony Pike Damian Lane 6 57.5kg
2 SARACINO (NZ) Murray Baker & Andrew Forsman Damien Oliver 3 57.5kg
3 SEABURGE David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Mark Zahra 8 57.5kg
4 VALLIANO David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Luke Currie 18 57kg
5 GOOD STANDING James Cummings Dwayne Dunn 4 57kg
6 ARCHIVES John O’Shea Craig Williams 12 56.5kg
7 THROSSELL Ciaron Maher Nicholas Hall 17 56.5kg
8 WAZZENME Stuart Webb Luke Nolen 16 55kg
9 EVACUATION Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Kerrin McEvoy 15 55kg
10 YU LONG SHENG HUI Mick Price Stephen Baster 1 55kg
11 REVOLVING DOOR Clinton McDonald Corey Brown 2 55kg
12 HARDHAM Mick Price Craig Newitt 7 55kg
13 SO SI BON Robbie Laing 14 55kg
14 VIOLATE Paul Banks 5 55kg
15 I’M TELLING YA Amy Johnston Daniel Stackhouse 11 55kg
16 BEE JAY’S CHOICE Shane Fliedner Harry Coffey 10 55kg
17e LARRIKIN Brian McGrath Ms Jackie Beriman 9 55kg
18e LUCKY BEAU Dean Binaisse 13 55kg


Apprentice jockey Blaike McDougall has landed himself in hot water after using colourful language to respond to a social media message criticising his riding.

McDougall was fined $200 for improper conduct after responding to a Facebook message from a punter who gave him negative feedback on a ride in May.

OPINION: Leave a comment below if you think the fine was fair or unfair.

Because McDougall was not friends on Facebook with the person who sent the message, he saw it on September 13 and decided to fire back.

“I found all these messages and that was probably the nicest one,” McDougall said.

“He has probably copped the wrath of the other messages before him.”

McDougall said he was on his way home from the races when he saw a raft of messages from people he didn’t know.

“There were others that got me going a bit, so I thought I would get stuck back into them,” he said.

Steward Phillip Dingwall asked McDougall if he thought the language he used was appropriate.

“It is not particularly pretty,” McDougall said.

It’s the second time in as many weeks McDougall has found himself answering questions from stewards.

Stipes questioned his vigour on Arise Augustus after the horse was narrowly beaten at Warwick farm last Wednesday following a large betting drift.

That matter is still being investigated by Racing NSW’s integrity unit.

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