Chairman’s Stakes nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 Chairman’s Stakes . The Chairman’s Stakes will be run on Saturday 6th February at Caulfield racecourse.

HorseSexAgeTrainer
1BRITTANYF2John O’Shea
2CENTAUROG2Brett Cavanough
3DAM READYC2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
4DELTA D’ORG2Amy Johnston
5EXTREME CHOICEC2Mick Price
6FRAAR JESTERF2Peter G Moody
7GHENWAAF2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
8GRATWICKG2Peter G Moody
9HAVILDARC2Ciaron Maher
10HELL OF AN EFFORTC2Peter G Moody
11HIGHLAND BEATC2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
12LEOTIEF2Henry Dwyer
13MANDEEF2Peter G Moody
14MOTOWN LILF2Robert Smerdon
15NASDEXG2Peter G Moody
16OM NOMF2Michael Kent
17PEARL CONGENIALF2Robert Smerdon
18PERFECTLY SAFEF2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
19REVOLVING DOORC2Clinton McDonald
20RHYOLAC2Peter Morgan & Craig Widdison
21SHE’S GOING OFFF2Jason Hunter
22SHOKOF2Peter Morgan & Craig Widdison
23SIMPLY INVINCIBLEC2Peter Morgan & Craig Widdison
24STAR TURNC2Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
25SUPER MAXIC2Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
26TAN TAT BEAUTYF2Peter G Moody
27THE SEDUCTRESSF2Jason Warren

News:

The Peter Moody-trained Hell Of An Effort will be out to continue an unbeaten start to his career when he runs for the first time in more than a month at Caulfield.

Hell Of An Effort won at Geelong on debut in December before heading to town and impressing with a front-running win at Caulfield on December 26 in an 1100m-race for juveniles.

The colt is expected to run in Saturday’s $250,000 sales-restricted Inglis Premier (1200m) on his home track.

“He just had a little freshen-up and he seems well and happy and healthy,” Moody said.

The colt has also been nominated for the Group Three Chairman’s Stakes (1000m) on the same program.

Hell Of An Effort, a son of Reward For Effort who Moody trained to win the 2009 Group One Blue Diamond Stakes, is an $18 chance in markets for this year’s $1.5 million race on February 27.

The Inglis Premier (1200m) has attracted 22 entries with Moody also nominating unraced Exceed And Excel filly Mandee and Not A Single Doubt gelding Nasdex.

Tony McEvoy trained the first and second placegetters in the Inglis Premier a year ago and has Hey Doc and Lessyd heading to Saturday’s edition.

That pair ran the quinella in a race at Flemington on January 16.

Brent Stanley has four juveniles nominated for the Inglis Premier including stakes-winning filly Sweet Sherry who won the Listed Maribyrnong Trial Stakes (1000m) at Flemington on debut in October before finishing 10th in an Inglis race at Moonee Valley on October 24.

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