Grey Stakes Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Grey Stakes which is to be run at Flemington on Thursday 5th, November 2015 at 3:20PM. View the Grey Stakes Field.

BONUS BET: Sign-up to via this link for a $501 Grey Stakes BONUS BET!

Race 6 – 3:20PM Dilmah Earl Grey Stakes (1000 METRES)
Of $150,000.1st $90,000, 2nd $27,000, 3rd $13,500, 4th $6,750, 5th $3,750, 6th $3,000, 7th $3,000, 8th $3,000 LISTED
Set Weights plus Penalties, Three-Years-Old and Upwards, Maidens at time of entry are ineligible, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 20 + 4 EM


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 NICOSCENE Lee & Anthony Freedman Damien Oliver 8 59kg
2 IT IS WRITTEN Robbie Griffiths Steven Arnold 4 58kg
3 UNANIMOUSLY Matthew Dale Craig Williams 17 58kg
4 FAST CASH Wendy Kelly Luke Currie 1 58kg
5 ATMOSPHERICAL David Pfieffer James McDonald 2 57kg
6 THE QUARTERBACK Robbie Griffiths Matthew Allen 12 57kg
7 OFFICE BEARER Peter G Moody Vlad Duric 11 57kg
8 DANGER CLOSE Jason Warren Ben Melham 13 57kg
9 FAB FEVOLA Dean Binaisse Ms Michelle Payne 16 56kg
10 MAGNUS REIGN Darren Weir Brad Rawiller 3 56kg
11 GENERAL JACKSON Pat Carey Patrick Moloney (a) 5 56kg
12 CASHED Ryan Balfour Dwayne Dunn 10 56kg
13 TUDOR Doug Harrison Kerrin McEvoy 7 56kg
14 TREVINDER Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra Craig Newitt 6 56kg
15 BEAU RADA John McArdle Hugh Bowman 18 56kg
16 TAWTEEN David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Stephen Baster 14 55kg
17 WILD RAIN Mark Kavanagh Glen Boss 9 55kg
18 KLISHINA David Bourne Chris Parnham 15 54kg
19 IT’S POETS DAY Emma Steel Brenton Avdulla 19 54kg



Form students and once-a-year punters alike were left to lick their wounds when Prince Of Penzance became just the fourth horse to win the Melbourne Cup at triple-figure odds.

The horse started at $101 in most fixed odds markets and paid slightly less on the main totalisators.

His surprise victory came in a year when wagering on the Cup was up across the country.

Punters in NSW, Victoria and the ACT bet a total of $95 million on the race, an increase of 5.7 per cent on last year.

NSW punters led the charge splurging $54.3 million while Victorians bet $38.8 million.

Tabcorp took almost $142 million worth of bets across the 10-race Flemington program, $10 million more than last year.

Prince Of Penzance paid $86.70 on the NSW totalisator, $65.90 on SuperTAB (Victoria and the ACT), and $74.10 on Queensland’s UBET.

Despite the winner’s starting price, Gerard Daffy from UBET said Prince Of Penzance had his share of support.

“Prince Of Penzance was always one of the outsiders but there was any amount of money for him in the 24 hours leading up to the race,” Daffy said.

“Aussies love backing horses with a story behind them and there was none bigger than the Payne family, their history in the game, and the vision of (jockey Michelle Payne’s brother) Stevie drawing barrier one.”

One Victorian punter collected $252,000 after having $2000 on Prince Of Penzance at $126 less than 30 minutes before the race.

Exotics players had mixed fortunes with the trifecta of Prince Of Penzance, Max Dynamite and Criterion paying just over $10,000 in Queensland, $20,000 in Victoria and more than $26,000 in NSW.

Fame Game started the $5.50 favourite but his supporters had no joy with the Japanese horse finishing 13th.

But spare a thought for the person who took a four-leg Flemington multi of De Little Engine ($9.50), Malaguerra ($6), Don’t Doubt Mamma ($6) and Prince Of Penzance ($81).

They all won but the punter accepted a `cash out’ offer after the third leg and collected $441.20.

They could have pocketed $138,510 had they kept the bet alive.

* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article excludes NSW residents.
Stay up to date with the latest sports news
Follow our social accounts to get exclusive content and all the latest sporting news!