Glenlogan Park Stakes Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Glenlogan Park Stakes which is to be run at Doomben racecourse on Saturday 28th, May 2016. View the Glenlogan Park Stakes Field.

1AMICUSChris WallerBlake Shinn559.5kg
2LA PASSEDarren WeirBrad Rawiller259.5kg
3CRADLE MEDavid PfiefferZac Purton657.5kg
4JESSY BELLELuke OliverMark Zahra857.5kg
5JUST A BLURBarbara Joseph & Paul JonesMichael Cahill757.5kg
6TRAVESTON GIRLTony GollanMs Tegan Harrison1157.5kg
7BLUEBERRY HILLLiam Birchley957kg
8GHISONIJohn O’SheaJames McDonald1057kg
9PRESS REPORTLee CurtisRyan Wiggins155.5kg
10BEATNIKSSteven O’deaPaul Hammersley355.5kg
11ELUSIVE CATCH (NZ)Liam Birchley455.5kg


Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne will not ride again for a number of weeks after undergoing surgery following a race fall.

Payne had successful surgery to her abdomen on Tuesday and is in a serious but stable condition at Melbourne’s The Alfred hospital, Victorian Jockeys Association CEO Des O’Keeffe told reporters.

She will spend at least the next week in hospital, O’Keeffe said.

It will take several weeks for her to recover from the surgery, which followed a fall in a race at Mildura on Monday.

Payne was initially treated at the local hospital before being transferred to Melbourne on Monday night, after telling doctors she was in acute pain.

Doctors conducted a number of tests on Tuesday before deciding on surgery, O’Keeffe said.

“That surgery has gone well, successful, and hopefully the recovery from a very fit young athlete starts really well tonight,” he said.

He said just how long Payne would have to sit out from racing would be determined over the next several weeks, based on medical advice.

“Fit athletes, very well prepared, hopefully will mean a quick recovery for her,” he said.

O’Keeffe said Payne’s family thanked everyone for their well wishes.

Payne created history when she became the first woman to win the Melbourne Cup in November aboard Prince Of Penzance.

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