Gai Waterhouse Classic results – 2015

Race 8 – 4:32PM SKY RACING GAI WATERHOUSE CLASSIC Fillies and Mares Handicap (1350 METRES)
Of $100,000.1st $64,000, 2nd $20,000, 3rd $10,000, 4th $4,000, 5th $2,000 LISTED
Quality, Minimum Weight 54kg, Fillies and Mares, Apprentices cannot claim.Track Condition: Good 3 Time: 1:20.26 Last 600m: 0:34.14 Timing Method: Electronic INTERIM RESULTS

 

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight
1 2 REAL SURREAL Kelso Wood Michael Cahill 3 55kg
2 3 TUKIYO John Dann Ric McMahon 0.2L 14 54.5kg
3 8 FARE WELL Clarry Conners Jim Byrne 0.4L 7 54kg
4 7 REFER Heath Conners Tegan Harrison 0.5L 10 54kg
5 13 SLOTS Grant Marshall Glen Colless 0.7L 6 54kg
6 10 WRITE CHEEK Matthew Dunn Jeff Lloyd 1.5L 12 54kg
7 14 MYWAYORTHEHIGHWAY (NZ) Mick Mair Daniel Griffin 1.7L 13 54kg
8 12 SISTER EMMA Matthew Dunn Timothy Bell 2.5L 2 54kg
9 9 SATURN ROCK Tony Crane Robbie Fradd 2.7L 11 54kg
10 4 CHAMPAGNE CATH Chris Waller Paul Hammersley 2.9L 9 54kg
11 5 LITTLE BROWN HORSE Kelly Doughty Geoffrey Goold (a) 3.7L 4 54kg
12 11 GREY COUNTESS Rochelle Smith Ryan Wiggins 4L 8 54kg
13 15 A FINE DROP OF RED Rex Lipp Matthew McGuren (a) 4.1L 5 54kg
14 6 DISCREET Kelly Schweida Luke Tarrant (a) 5.6L 1 54kg
1 I’VE GOT THE LOOKS Peter & Paul Snowden 0

News:

Yesterday’s Songs let his supporters down a week ago at Moonee Valley but he has returned to his best at Flemington.

Mike Moroney is convinced the gelding is better than winter class but is racing him during the off-peak time in Melbourne to try to boost his rating ahead of the spring carnival.

Yesterday’s Songs burst through after a few anxious moments in Saturday’s Winter Championship Heat (1400m) to score a strong win and Moroney plans to press on to next month’s Winter Championship Final.

After a midfield finish in the Group One Goodwood (1200m) last month, Yesterday’s Songs started $2.70 stepping up in trip at Moonee Valley last Saturday but the move didn’t get the desired result as gelding finished unplaced.

“We knew that Moonee Valley might have been a tough track for him but we were hoping his class would get him through,” Moroney said.

“With a better barrier he was a totally different horse today. He showed the real turn of foot we know he’s got.”

Glen Boss picked up the ride on Saturday at the expense of Damien Oliver who was forced to miss the Flemington meeting after being involved in a fall at Bendigo on Thursday.

Oliver is joint leader in the Melbourne premiership and kept that position after Craig Williams went winless.

Dwayne Dunn, who sits two wins behind Oliver and Williams, also missed out.

Yesterday’s Songs, backed from $7 to $5.50, raced midfield with cover and was able to push his way though a narrow gap in the straight to sprint to a half-length win over Mr Utopia with Good Value a short half-head away third.

“There were a few scary moments for both of us there for a little bit where he got jammed up but he was pretty brave and he kept pushing his head through the gap,” Boss said.

Linda Meech had her day soured after she was fined $1500 for excessive use of the whip in her win on Golden Oldies in the Ken Cox Handicap.

 

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