Dane Ripper Stakes Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Dane Ripper Stakes which is to be run at Eagle Farm racecourse on Saturday 11th, June 2016. View the Dane Ripper Stakes Field.

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 AMICUS Chris Waller Hugh Bowman 5 59.5kg
2 ONEMOREZETA Kris Lees Damien Oliver 13 58.5kg
3 GHISONI John O’Shea James McDonald 14 58kg
4 CRADLE ME David Pfieffer Zac Purton 1 57.5kg
5 JESSY BELLE Luke Oliver Blake Shinn 3 57.5kg
6 JUST A BLUR Barbara Joseph & Paul Jones Michael Cahill 2 57.5kg
7 TRAVESTON GIRL Tony Gollan Ms Tegan Harrison 10 57.5kg
8 BLUEBERRY HILL Liam Birchley 9 57kg
9 MY POPPETTE Robert Smerdon Dwayne Dunn 15 57kg
10 TELEPATHIC (NZ) Chris Waller Joao Moreira 12 56.5kg
11 SLOTS Grant Marshall Lester Grace (a) 6 56.5kg
12 ARTISTRY Peter & Paul Snowden Kerrin McEvoy 7 56.5kg
13 BEATNIKS Steven O’dea 4 55.5kg
14 ELUSIVE CATCH (NZ) Liam Birchley 11 55.5kg
15 ELEGANT COMPOSURE Chris Anderson Jim Byrne 8 55.5kg

News:

The Melbourne Cup tour has been launched in the absence of its most famous face.

Last year’s winner Prince Of Penzance, his trainer Darren Weir and strapper Stevie Payne were all at Weir’s Ballarat stables on Tuesday with the 2016 Melbourne Cup.

Prince Of Penzance’s jockey Michelle Payne, the first woman to win the Cup, remains in hospital recovering from pancreatic surgery after a race-fall at Mildura last month.

She hopes to be released on Wednesday and has indicated she wants to get back to riding.

The Cup will be taken on a tour of Australia and New Zealand, beginning its journey on July 2 in Streaky Bay, the small South Australian town made famous as the home of Kerrin McEvoy who won the 2000 Cup on Brew.

The trophy arrives back in Melbourne on October 18 and will be presented to the 2016 winner at Flemington on November 1.

This year’s Cup was made using gold mined from West Wyalong in country NSW, a destination on this year’s tour.

Victoria Racing Club chief executive Simon Love said the tour would celebrate a heightened passion for racing among many community groups.

“Since the tour began in 2003, we have delighted in bringing communities together in the shared history and magic of the Melbourne Cup and Michelle Payne’s victory last year certainly adds another dimension to that narrative,” Love said.

Since its inaugural year, the tour has travelled more than 456,000 kilometres and visited more than 333 regional, rural and metropolitan destinations.

* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article excludes NSW residents.
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