Gimcrack Stakes Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Gimcrack Stakes which is to be run at Royal Randwick on Saturday 3rd, October 2015 at 12:55PM. View the Gimcrack Stakes Field.

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Field Limit: 14 + 4 EM

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 ALBERT’S LASS Brett Thompson Ms Winona Costin (a) 7 56kg
2 ALLUVION Scott Singleton Christian Reith 12 56kg
3 ANGHARAD John O’Shea 3 56kg
4 CALLIOPE John O’Shea 9 56kg
5 CANDELA John P Thompson Zac Purton 17 56kg
6 DESIRABLE MISS Bjorn Baker 11 56kg
7 DIVAJEU Cheryl Roberts Tim Clark 10 56kg
8 JEANNEAU Paul Perry Blake Shinn 5 56kg
9 MILBO Rick Worthington Jim Cassidy 16 56kg
10 OVERREACTIVE Gai Waterhouse Glen Boss 8 56kg
11 RATHER SWEET Gary Nickson Jason Collett 1 56kg
12 ROYAL ANGEL James Cummings Hugh Bowman 14 56kg
13 SLUMBER PARTY Gai Waterhouse Tommy Berry 4 56kg
14 TWIST TOPS Kris Lees Brenton Avdulla 18 56kg
15e BLISS POINT Clarry Conners Craig Williams 13 56kg
16e PANDEIA Gregory Hickman 2 56kg
17e MUM’S THE WORD Scott Singleton 6 56kg
18e CONCHITA Paul Perry Thomas Huet 15 56kg


Stablemates Flying Achilles and Land’s End will take different paths towards a clash in the Group One Spring Champion Stakes.

Gerald Ryan entered both for the Listed Dulcify Quality (1600m) at Randwick but will instead run Flying Achilles over 1800m at Rosehill on Wednesday.

Flying Achilles led all the way over 1600m at Newcastle last Friday week to post his second win from five starts.

“Flying Achilles will run on Wednesday and that will give him ten days until the Spring Champion,” Ryan said.

“I’ve been quite happy with him since Newcastle but the race on Wednesday looks a bit harder than I though it would be.

“I still expect him to run well and be tuned up for the Group One.”

Land’s End ran at Newcastle on the same day, beating just one home in the Group Three Spring Stakes (1600m), a race that still has his trainer confused.

“I don’t know what to make out of the form from the Newcastle race,” he said.

“The first three around the turn finished in the last three and the last four at the top of the straight were the first four home.

“They were racing into a strong head wind but I don’t know what to take out of it.”

The Spring Stakes winner, Devil Hawk, finished midfield in Saturday’s Gloaming Stakes at Rosehill.

Among Ryan’s other runners on his home track on Wednesday is last-start Canterbury maiden winner Magic Alibi who runs in the 1200m benchmark race.

“She is a lovely filly and has come through Canterbury well and I expect her to run well,” he said.

Intrusion and Edge Away oppose each other in the three-year-old maiden at Rosehill while Klammer runs in the 1200m benchmark race.

Now a four-year-old, Klammer was stakes-placed three times as a juvenile including a third to future Group One winner Hallowed Crown in the Kindergarten Stakes.

His best performance in six starts as a three-year-old was his third to Kuro in the Listed Heritage Stakes.

This time around he has clicked with Mitchell Bell who has ridden him to two Hawkesbury wins and a Warwick Farm fourth and takes the ride on Wednesday.

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