Glasshouse Handicap nominations – 2015

View the nominations for the 2015 Glasshouse Handicap. The Glasshouse Handicap will be run on Saturday 16th May at Sunshine Coast racecourse.

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Of $175,000.1st $112,000, 2nd $35,000, 3rd $17,500, 4th $7,000, 5th $3,500 LISTED
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Field Limit: 18 + 5 EM

Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 ABU BEN ADAM G 4 Pat Duff
2 ALLEZ EAGLE (NZ) G 4 Tony Pike
3 ALMA’S FURY G 7 Tony Gollan
4 BLACK CASH G 6 Kelly Doughty
5 BLACK JET G 5 Liam Birchley
6 CHOICE BRO G 5 Tony Sears
7 DANCES ON STARS (NZ) G 5 Gerald Ryan
8 ELLAWISDOM M 5 Trevor Thomas
9 ENQUARE M 4 Jason McLachlan
10 EXCELLANTES G 7 Robert Heathcote
11 FALINO G 7 Darren Bell
12 GRAYSON SQUARE (NZ) G 5 Brian Wakefield
13 GREAT GAME G 5 Ben Currie
14 HLUDOWIG G 6 Andrew Williamson
15 KEMPELLY G 5 Kevin Kemp
16 MOUNT NEBO G 5 Allan Denham
17 MR FAVULOUS G 6 Donald Baker
18 NOT TOO SURE G 5 Natalie Mccall
19 PHELAN READY G 8 Jason McLachlan
21 RILE G 4 Chris Munce
22 RIVA DE LAGO G 7 Robert Heathcote
23 TIME FOR WAR C 3 Stuart Kendrick
24 TINTS M 4 Ben Currie
25 TYPHOON RED G 6 Kevin Kemp
26 YOU DID WHAT G 4 John Zielke


Melbourne apprentice Katelyn Mallyon has a gilt-edged opportunity in a Group One race, snaring the ride on Vain Queen in the Goodwood at Morphettville.

Vain Queen is an $11 chance in Adelaide’s feature sprint on Saturday with Hucklebuck the $4.20 favourite.

The John Sadler-trained mare was the beaten favourite in the Robert Sangster Stakes on May 2 after getting back from a wide barrier.

“It’s a great thrill to get the ride especially on a live chance as well,” Mallyon said.

“She was unlucky I thought not to win last start.

“Hopefully we can draw a nice barrier and the horse seems to be going really well.

“It would be lovely to see her win a Group One as she really deserves it.”

Vain Queen finished seventh from barrier 12 when ridden by Nick Hall in the Sangster, 1-3/4 lengths behind the winner Miracles Of Life and Sadler admitted he made a tactical error.

“The pace in the Sangster wasn’t on,” Sadler said.

“Not that I like riding her that way but I should have taken it up and gone forward.”

Mallyon returned to riding late last month after aggravating an old back injury in a fall at Moonee Valley in February.

She recorded a double at Caulfield on May 2 including her first stakes win on Black Vanquish in the Listed Thoroughbred Club Cup at Caulfield.

Vain Queen will be Mallyon’s second Group One experience with Gig her first in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield in September.

In 2011/12, Mallyon became the first female winner of the Victorian apprentices’ title and claimed the junior premiership again last season.

In between titles, she was sidelined for nine months recovering from injuries suffered in a fall and her apprenticeship, which was to end on Saturday, has been extended until the end of the season because of the lost time.

The final field for the Goodwood will be declared on Tuesday.

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