Crockett Stakes Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Crockett Stakes which is to be run at Moonee Valley on Saturday 24th, October 2015 at 3:00PM. View the Crockett Stakes Field.

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Race 5 – 3:00PM Antler Luggage Crockett Stakes (1200 METRES)
Of $120,000.1st $72,000, 2nd $21,600, 3rd $10,800, 4th $5,400, 5th $3,000, 6th $2,400, 7th $2,400, 8th $2,400 LISTED
Set Weights plus Penalties, Three-Years-Old, Fillies, Apprentices cannot claim.
This race carries a SUPER VOBIS Nominators Bonus of $10,000 for qualified horses.

Field Limit: 14 + 4 EM


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 SERENE MAJESTY Peter & Paul Snowden 10 57kg
2 ANTELUCAN John O’Shea James McDonald 3 57kg
3 HAYBAH David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Stephen Baster 8 56kg
4 HARLEM RIVER Gai Waterhouse Ryan Moore 4 56kg
5 LAKE GENEVA Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes 9 55kg
6 MISS GIDGET Colin & Cindy Alderson Mark Zahra 11 55kg
7 TIZ MY VIEW Sam Pritchard-Gordon Craig Williams 7 55kg
8 NORTHERN MODEL Peter Morgan & Craig Widdison 2 55kg
9 POSITIVE CHARGE Bryce Heys Damien Oliver 6 55kg
10 VALLEY SWEETHEART Peter G Moody Glen Boss 5 55kg
11 INNER CITY GIRL Mark Riley Hugh Bowman 12 55kg
12 GATTO’S GIRL Angela Plumb Jarrod Todd 1 55kg


High-ranking Australian Turf Club official Matt Rudolph has been sacked for improper conduct during a cobalt case involving disqualified trainer Sam Kavanagh.

Employed as the ATC’s executive general manager for racing, Rudolph admitted he had met with Kavanagh and his father, Melbourne trainer Mark Kavanagh, to discuss evidence in an upcoming stewards’ inquiry into cobalt swabs.

Rudolph was issued a show cause notice and fronted a Racing NSW hearing in August.

A Racing NSW sub committee published its findings on Monday, saying it was “of the view that Mr Rudolph positioned himself and contrived to attend the meeting”.

The report said Rudolph’s conduct amounted to an attempt to obstruct or hinder the stewards in the exercise of their powers or duties.

It described his actions as misconduct or improper conduct and they were prejudicial to the interests and welfare of racing.

ATC chief executive officer Darren Pearce said the principal race club had no choice but to abide by the Racing NSW findings.

“There can be no grey areas when it comes to matters of integrity in racing, and unfortunately this means that Mr Rudolph’s employment as an executive with the ATC is no longer tenable,” Pearce said.

The Racing NSW sub committee will hear submissions on Rudolph’s penalty next week.

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