Goldmarket Handicap Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Goldmarket Handicap which is to be run at Gold Coast on Saturday 26th, December 2015 at 4:55PM. View the Goldmarket Handicap Field.


o Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 FONTELINA Tony Gollan Jim Byrne 16 60kg
2 STEEL ZIP Pat Duff Jeff Lloyd 17 57.5kg
3 HEART TESTA Chris Waller Tye Angland 5 57kg
4 AUSSIES LOVE SPORT Peter Robl Glyn Schofield 15 55kg
5 REAL SURREAL Kelso Wood Michael Cahill 20 54kg
6 LITTLE BROWN HORSE Kelly Doughty Geoffrey Goold 11 54kg
7 SALUTER Robert Heathcote Dwayne Dunn 1 54kg
8 DAPH ā€™Nā€™ ALF Jared Wehlow 18 54kg
9 JOPA Robert Heathcote Robbie Fradd 9 54kg
10 GUNDY SPIRIT Tony Gollan Luke Tarrant (a) 8 54kg
11 BEST CASE (NZ) Bryan Guy 12 54kg
12 VELROSSO Matthew Dunn 19 54kg
13 BACHMAN Gerald Ryan Kerrin McEvoy 6 54kg
14 PILLAR OF CREATION Tony Sears James Orman (a) 3 54kg
15 BALIGARI Lloyd Kennewell Joe Bowditch 13 54kg
16 LE VAL Noel Doyle Luke Rolls 2 54kg
17e HIGH ESTEEM Tony Gollan Ms Tegan Harrison 7 54kg
18e ABSALON Shane Marr Brodie Loy (a) 10 54kg
19e REGULAR Bryan Guy 22 54kg
20e MISTER BOOZE David Murphy 14 54kg
21e SIEGFRIED Toby Edmonds 4 54kg
22e ANYMORE John Dann 21 54kg


New Zealand training partners Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young will have a new home next year.

The pair has been granted 40 boxes at the yet-to-be completed on-course stabling complex at the Cranbourne training centre in Victoria.

Busuttin says the stable has a nice team of horses which will be running through the autumn in New Zealand.

He said they may head to Sydney or Brisbane for autumn and winter campaigns before the opening of his Cranbourne complex in June or July next year in time for new season in August.

“We’ll look to get through the autumn here and when things slow down in the winter we’ll get over there, get set up and get going for the new season,” Busuttin said.

“We’ll have a team of about 20 horses we’ll be looking at bringing over so with 40 boxes there’s room to expand and hopefully attract new clients and horses.”

Busuttin said it was no secret the training partners were keen on setting up in Victoria and had inspected facilities at other provincial centres at Pakenham and Mornington along with city tracks Flemington and Caulfield.

“We had a look around a few places and saw the complex at Cranbourne and was impressed by the track set-up,” Busuttin said.

“We indicated we were keen to get some stabling if they ever became available and they’ve given us some.”

Busuttin said the pair will not be fully lost to New Zealand racing and will still have an involvement but Melbourne will be the main focus.

“Australian and Victorian racing, we watch it here in New Zealand and it’s going from strength to strength,” Busuttin said.

“The prize money keeps going up and there’s so much opportunity.”

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