The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Fireball Stakes which is to be run at Randwick on Saturday 5th, March 2016 at 3:30PM. View the Fireball Stakes Field.
|1||TAKEDOWN||Gary Moore||Tim Clark||10||59kg|
|2||FURNACES||John O’Shea||James McDonald||12||58.5kg|
|3||SERENE MAJESTY||Peter & Paul Snowden||3||56.5kg|
|4||KING’S TROOP||Gerald Ryan||Craig Williams||9||56kg|
|5||REDZEL||Peter & Paul Snowden||5||56kg|
|6||STRINDBERG||Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes||Tommy Berry||1||56kg|
|7||KIMBERLEY STAR||Gai Waterhouse||Blake Shinn||4||55kg|
|8||KANGARILLA JOY||Peter & Paul Snowden||7||54kg|
|9||TEMPT ME NOT||James Cummings||Glyn Schofield||2||54kg|
|10||EGYPTIAN SYMBOL||Bjorn Baker||Brenton Avdulla||11||54kg|
|11||LADY SNIPER||Bjorn Baker||Jason Collett||8||54kg|
|12||IN HER TIME||Benjamin Smith||Mitchell Bell||6||54kg|
Newcastle trainer Kris Lees has entered five horses for the first heat of the Provincial Championshp series at Wyong.
The first of five $100,000 qualifying races on Thursday attracted 19 entries for the 1350m race which has a field limit of 16.
The Lees team is headed by Electric Power, runner-up to the Bede Murray-trained Sure And Fast in the inaugural $400,000 final last year.
Lees’ other entries are Powerline, Parraay, Me No Marsh Potato and Game Pie.
Wyong trainer Kim Waugh will be represented by last-start winners Supreme Effort and His Majesty.
The Waugh-trained Oxford Poet filled third place in the 2015 final.
His Majesty is the TAB’s $4.60 early favourite for the final on April 9 ahead of his stablemate at $8.