Crystal Slipper Stakes results – 2015

View the full race results for the 2015 Crystal Slipper Stakes at Ascot racecourse on 28/11/2015.

 

 

Race 5 – 3:28PM CRAIG MOSTYN GROUP-CRYSTAL SLIPPER STAKES (1100 METRES)
Of $100,000.1st $64,000, 2nd $20,000, 3rd $9,000, 4th $4,000, 5th $2,000, 6th $1,000
Set Weights, Two-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.
WestSpeed BonusTrack Condition: Good 3 Time: 1:06.57 Last 600m: 0:35.83 Timing Method: Electronic INTERIM RESULTS

 

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight
1 8 SPANGLED IMPACT Mike Santich Danny Miller 5 54.5kg
2 6 SWEDISH MEMORIES Simon A Miller Chris Parnham 1.25L 9 56.5kg
3 9 NOBEL IMAGE Simon A Miller Peter Knuckey 1.75L 3 54.5kg
4 1 GOD I LOVE YOU Eric Wake Jason Whiting 1.75L 1 56.5kg
5 11 SPEEDY LADIDI Trevor Andrews Shaun Mc Gruddy 2.5L 2 54.5kg
6 7 OUR TIME WILL COME Paul Jordan Craig Staples 2.75L 8 54.5kg
7 2 AQUAINTANCE Neville Parnham Brad Parnham 4.5L 4 56.5kg
8 3 BABBLE Brent Albuino Patrick Carbery 6L 7 56.5kg
9 10 RELEASE THE SAX David Harrison Ben Paterson 11L 6 54.5kg
10 5 LENNY’S GOD Julie Mitchell Jake Casey (a) 20L 10 56.5kg
12 TOO LIPPY Darren Mcauliffe Shaun Meeres 3
4 I AM INCREDIBLE Neville Parnham Steven Parnham 7

News:

Canberra trainer Matthew Dale has claimed his third Highway Handicap in four weeks with Royal Jackpot at Rosehill.

The five-year-old gelding, who firmed from $9.50 to $7.50, settled midfield for most of the 1500m race until the home straight where Brenton Avdulla steered him through a gap.

Royal Jackpot won by a long neck to join Shadow Affair and Bitburg as winners of the weekly race for country-trained horses.

Dale said Royal Jackpot was a good horse but it had been a long time between wins.

“He’s been a bit of a frustrating horse,” Dale said.

“We thought he was a Country Championships horse last year.

“He lost his way a little bit, lost his confidence.”

Dale said there were no excuses for the gelding on Saturday’s dry track and was happy Royal Jackpot rose to the occasion.

“It was D-day for him today,” he said.

Avdulla had several opportunities during the race to take a gap, but waited patiently for the right one.

“I ended up getting to the back of Tommy Huet who I knew would take me somewhere,” he said.

“I just had to be patient and wait for the gaps to come.”

Huet’s mount Grand Proposal was a long-neck second with the Danny Williams-trained Ashjata ($4.60) another nose third.

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