|Race 6 – 3:05PM CIVIC STAKES (1350 METRES)|
|Of $100,000.1st $60,000, 2nd $20,000, 3rd $10,000, 4th $5,000, 5th $2,000, 6th $1,000, 7th $1,000, 8th $1,000, Starter Subsidy $200 LISTED
Quality, Minimum Weight 54kg, Three-Years-Old and Upwards, Apprentices cannot claim.Track Condition: Heavy 8 Time: 1:22.62 Last 600m: 0:35.98 Timing Method: Electronic INTERIM RESULTS
|1||8||HAUSSMANN||John O’Shea||Christian Reith||1||54kg|
|2||10||TWO BLUE||Kristen Buchanan||Ms Winona Costin (a)||0.2L||11||54kg|
|3||2||SEE THE WORLD||Joseph Pride||Hugh Bowman||2.7L||5||57kg|
|4||5||RUGGED CROSS (GB)||Chris Waller||Tye Angland||2.8L||12||55kg|
|5||1||DOTHRAKI||Peter & Paul Snowden||Blake Shinn||2.9L||10||59.5kg|
|6||6||ESTONIAN PRINCESS||Gerald Ryan||Jason Collett||3.3L||2||54kg|
|7||15||REFER||Heath Conners||Tim Clark||3.4L||9||54kg|
|8||4||WOULDNT IT BE NICE||Paul Perry||Thomas Huet||4.5L||6||56kg|
|9||3||DANCES ON STARS (NZ)||Gerald Ryan||Brenton Avdulla||4.7L||7||56kg|
|10||11||ROYAL ISLAND||John Salanitri||Dean Holland||4.8L||4||54kg|
|11||7||DIAMETRIC (IRE)||Chris Waller||Danny Beasley||5.1L||8||54kg|
|12||12||SAID COM (NZ)||Chris Waller||Ms Kathy O’Hara||12.9L||3||54kg|
|9||ROSE OF CHOICE||Peter & Paul Snowden||Jay Ford||0|
|14||TURBULENT JET||Lee Curtis||Danny Beasley||0|
|13||MEDCAUT||John O’Shea||Christian Reith||0|
Trainer John Sadler rated Henwood the value runner, but it was stablemate and favourite Charmed Harmony which came out on top at Caulfield on Saturday.
Charmed Harmony pushed forward to find the front in the Wilson Medic One Handicap and rolled along under apprentice Katelyn Mallyon.
Mallyon got away from the fence in the straight to find better ground and Charmed Harmony had 2-1/4 lengths to spare on the line over Tried And Tired.
Henwood, who Sadler thought was capable of upsetting the favourite, came in another 1-1/4 lengths away third as the first three around the turn cleared out.
“I did think before the race that at the odds of ten-to-one, Henwood was a good chance of beating him (Charmed Harmony),” Sadler said.
“He didn’t and I was wrong. But I’m happy to be wrong.
“It’s not the first time I’ve got it wrong, but I’m just pleased that one of them was able to win and I still thought Henwood ran pretty well.
“When he (Charmed Harmony) gets his own way in front, he’s hard to run down.”