Doncaster Mile Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Doncaster Mile which is to be run at Randwick racecourse on Saturday 2nd, April 2016. View the Doncaster Mile Field.

1KERMADEC (NZ)Chris WallerZac Purton357kg
2TURN ME LOOSE (NZ)Murray BakerOpie Bosson957kg
3WINXChris WallerHugh Bowman1156.5kg
4STRATUM STARDarren WeirMark Zahra255kg
5BOW CREEK (IRE)John O’SheaJames McDonald454.5kg
6FIRST SEALJohn P ThompsonTommy Berry153kg
7VOLKSTOK’N’BARRELL (NZ)Donna Logan & Chris Gibbs1052.5kg
8GOOD PROJECTChris WallerCraig Newitt752kg
9ECUADOR (NZ)Gai WaterhouseTim Clark1452kg
10HAPPY CLAPPERPatrick WebsterBrenton Avdulla850.5kg
11AZKADELLIA (NZ)Ciaron MaherGlen Boss1250kg
12HE OR SHEDavid Hayes & Tom DabernigPatrick Moloney1350kg
13RUDYHelen Page1550kg
14AOMEN (IRE)Anthony Cummings550kg
15VERGARAAnthony Cummings650kg


Japanese racehorse Tosen Stardom is at the centre of an inquiry that threatens his place in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Racing NSW stewards launched an investigation on Tuesday when it was reported Tosen Stardom had blood in both nostrils following a track gallop at Canterbury.

If the horse is declared a bleeder, Tosen Stardom will be given a three-month ban from competing under Australia’s rules of racing.

The only northern hemisphere-trained horse in Sydney for The Championships, Tosen Stardom underwent an endoscopic examination at the Canterbury Park Quarantine Centre.

Along with photographic exhibits, the results of the endoscopy have been sent to Tosen Stardom’s Japanese owners and their vet, Dr Tomonori Tosusa.

Dr Tosusa gave evidence via a telephone hook-up with stewards.

Tosen Stardom’s connections have been asked to make submissions before the inquiry resumes on Thursday.

A five-year-old, Tosen Stardom is making his second trip to Sydney after a placing in last year’s Ranvet Stakes before a midfield finish in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes won by Criterion.

He is the last horse standing among Japan’s original representation for The Championships after Isla Bonita, Logotype and Tosen Reve failed to make the trip because of injury and indifferent lead-up form.

Tosen Stardom arrived in Sydney last week and had been rated a $15 chance to win the Queen Elizabeth at Randwick on Saturday week.

Stewards have asked betting agencies to suspend betting on the $4 million race until their inquiry is finished.

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