Crown Oaks nominations – 2015

View the nominations for the 2015 Crown Oaks. The Crown Oaks will be run on Thursday 5th November at Flemington racecourse.

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Race 4 – Crown Oaks (2500 METRES)
Of $1,000,000.1st $600,000, 2nd $180,000, 3rd $90,000, 4th $45,000, 5th $25,000, 6th $20,000, 7th $20,000, 8th $20,000 GROUP 1
Set Weights, Three-Years-Old, Fillies, Apprentices cannot claim.
This race carries a SUPER VOBIS Nominators Bonus of $10,000 for qualified horses.

Field Limit: 16 + 4 EM

 

HorseSexAgeTrainer
1AMBIENCEF3John O’Shea
2BANNATYNEF3Chris Waller
3BENGAL CATF3John Sadler
4DAWN OF HOPEF3David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
5DAWNIE PERFECTF3Clarry Conners
6DON’T DOUBT MAMMAF3Tony McEvoy
7DULVERTONF3Robert Smerdon
8HONESTAF3John P Thompson
9JAMEKAF3Ciaron Maher
10LAZUMBAF3Steve Richards
11MERUF3Pat Carey
12MISS WILSONF3Simon Morrish
13MUZYKAF3Gerald Ryan
14PASADENA GIRL (NZ)F3Peter G Moody
15PRINCESS ARIAF3Marc Conners
16RITZYF3Anthony Cummings
17SACRED EYEF3David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
18SAGARONNEF3Toby Edmonds
19SEMPRE LIBERAF3Gai Waterhouse
20STAY WITH MEF3David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
21THAMES COURTF3David Brideoake
22THE GREY FLASHF3Robbie Laing
23ZARABEEL (NZ)F3Leon & Troy Corstens

News:

Dwayne Dunn has tried nine times to win the Melbourne Cup, only to be disappointed.

He’s hoping it’s 10th time lucky on Tuesday when he rides Geelong Cup winner Almoonqith, a $15 chance in Tuesday’s race with Japanese horse Fame Game the dominant favourite.

The closest Dunn has come is seventh on Skybeau in 1997 and Araldo last year.

“This would be the icing on the cake if I could get this horse over the line. It’s every jockey’s dream to be able to win one,” Dunn said.

“I’m just really happy to be involved and be able to ride in a Melbourne Cup. I’ve sat on the other side of the fence and you’re disappointed when you haven’t got a ride in the race.”

Dunn also knows what it’s like to go to Australia’s most famous race on a favourite.

He was on Tawqeet in 2006 but things went pear-shaped and the horse finished 19th as Delta Blues and Pop Rock created Cup history with a quinella for Japan.

The David Hayes and Tom Dabernig-trained Almoonqith is raced by Sheikh Hamdan’s Shadwell operation and carries the same blue and white colours as Tawqeet.

“Tawqeet won the Metropolitan, won the Caulfield Cup and was then favourite in the Melbourne Cup which was for Shadwell,” Dunn said.

“Obviously he had an issue and he couldn’t fulfil the dream for us that year. So hopefully this is payback.”

Dunn believes Almoonqith might be flying under the radar after his impressive victory at Geelong with James McDonald board.

“The horse is in a really good place. He’s very happy and he’s improved since the run the other day,” Dunn said.

“He’s a little bit of a forgotten horse because everyone starts talking about the internationals. But I’m really pleased to be on him. I reckon he’s going to run a great race.”

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