Daniel Baker Sprint Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Daniel Baker Sprint which is to be run at Coffs Harbour racecourse on Thursday 4th, August 2016. View the Daniel Baker Sprint Field.

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 HIDDEN WARRIOR Gordon Yorke Eric Cheung (a4/50kg) 15 61kg
2 FINISHING CARD Brett Dodson Matthew Bennett 8 60kg
3 O’REILLY’S REVENGE (NZ) Paul Murray Grant Buckley 16 58kg
4 HILL SPY Luke Pepper Ryan Wiggins 18 57.5kg
5 POWER RECEIVER Andrew Parramore Stephen Traecey 3 56kg
6 PRINCE MAYTED Colt Prosser Jim Byrne (late alt) 9 56kg
7 ANOTHER VALLEY Bob Milligan Robert Thompson 4 54kg
8 CASH SPINNER John Shelton Ben Looker 2 54kg
9 HELLO SCHUMANN Luke Pepper Ms Winona Costin 17 54kg
10 KNIGHT TEMPLAR Jason Reilly Matthew Paget 5 54kg
11 CURLEY MAC Vanessa McLennan 14 54kg
12 HAMMOON BOY Sue Grills Andrew Gibbons 6 54kg
13 INVINCIBLE EAGLE Cathy Chapman Peter Graham 7 54kg
14 SHE TELLS LIES Leo Clapham Jasen Watkins 1 54kg
15e JACK THE RINGER Grant Prosser Jason Taylor (late alt) 10 54kg
16e DIXIE LAD Neil Godbolt 13 54kg
17e NOT WANTED Warren Gavenlock Raymond Spokes 11 54kg
18e CHILLI ZAIM Joanne Hardy 12 54kg


As Beirut prepares for her final race start her trainer says a placing in black type company is just as crucial as a victory.

Henry Dwyer says Beirut will be an acceptor for Group Three races at both Flemington and Morphettville on Saturday and he will look at the make-up of the fields before making a decision.

Beirut made it four straight when she won at Caulfield on July 16 and a black-type placing would add to her broodmare value.

The six-year-old has been entered for the Aurie’s Star Handicap at Flemington and the Spring Stakes at Morphettville.

Both are over 1200 metres with the Flemington race on the straight course.

“The aim with her isn’t necessarily to find the race that is easiest to win, but to find the race that is easiest to run top three and get some black type,” Dwyer said.

“The Aurie’s Star looks pretty thin and there’s a lot of stayers resuming.

“But the straight is probably against her as it neutralises her best asset which is her high cruising speed and her ability to kick around a bend.”

Dwyer said he had concerns a long campaign may have been having an effect on Beirut after her last-start win which followed two victories at Sandown and one at Cranbourne.

“I was a bit worried about her being in work for a long time and starting to go over the top,” Dwyer said.

“But I sent her up to the water walker at Rockmount for ten days and since she’s come back I’ve been really happy with her.”

Connections have not yet finalised which stallion Beirut will be served by this spring.

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