Festival Stakes nominations – 2015

View the nominations for the 2015 Festival Stakes. The Festival Stakes will be run on Saturday 28th November at Rosehill Gardens racecourse.

 

HorseSexAgeTrainer
1CENTRE PIVOTG5John Sargent
2FRESPANOLG5Gai Waterhouse
3HAPPY CLAPPERG5Patrick Webster
4HEART TESTAG6Chris Waller
5I’M IMPOSING (GB)G10Chris Waller
6IT’S SOMEWHAT (USA)G5John O’Shea
7KEEPIT TO YOURSELF (NZ)G6Jim & Greg Lee
8MIGHTY LUCKYG6Fred Cowell
9MORE TO GAING3Amanda Turner & Mauro Poletti
10NEVAGOTAVOTEG6Jason Deamer
11NINTH LEGIONG6Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
12NO TRICKS (NZ)M4Wayne Walters
13PEACE FORCEM6Gerald Ryan
14PHEIDONG5Gai Waterhouse
15RED EXCITEMENTG6Gerald Ryan
16RYKERG5Peter & Paul Snowden
17SHE’S CLEANM7Chris Waller
18SLATE ON EDGEG6Brett Thompson
19TELEPATHIC (NZ)M5Chris Waller
20TIMELESS PRINCEG6Tony Newing
21TINTOM5Rex Lipp
22ZANBAGHM5John P Thompson

News:

Sydney jockeys Hugh Bowman and Tommy Berry have both enjoyed success in Japan where they are riding on short-term contracts.

Berry rode a double on Sunday at Tokyo Racecourse, winning one race on dirt and the other on turf.

Bowman steered Tosen Reve to win a 2000m-handicap at Kyoto on Saturday.

Tosen Reve is trained by Yasutoshi Ikee who visited Sydney earlier this year with Tosen Stardom who ran second in the Group One Ranvet Stakes with Berry aboard.

Bowman was out of the money on Real Impact in Sunday’s Group One Mile Championship won by Maurice who was ridden by Ryan Moore.

Real Impact, who is trained by Noryuki Hori, won the George Ryder Stakes during the Sydney autumn and finished second in the Doncaster Mile.

Berry, who also rode a double last weekend, will partner the Ed Dunlop-trained Caulfield Cup runner-up Trip To Paris in the Japan Cup on Sunday.

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