Gunbower Cup Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Gunbower Cup which is to be run at Gunbower on Saturday 3rd, October 2015 at 4:04PM. View the Gunbower Cup.

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Race 7 – 4:04PM Procal Dairies Gunbower Gold Cup (1800 METRES)
Of $20,000.1st $11,000, 2nd $3,400, 3rd $1,700, 4th $900, 5th $500, 6th $500, 7th $500, 8th $500, 9th $500, 10th $500
Handicap, Minimum Weight 55kg, Apprentices can claim.

Field Limit: 10 + 4 EM

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 LEVERACTION Daryl Archard Mrs Carryn Londregan (a2) 6 58.5kg
2 OSVALDO Brendan McCarthy Billy Egan 10 55.5kg
3 CISCO DELAGO Michael Cornish & Donna Gaskin Fabian Alesci 5 55kg
4 KINSELMAC MANNER George Osborne Ben Allen (a3) 11 55kg
5 SANSUI DRAWING David Bourne Jason Benbow 3 55kg
6 ASSET HOUND Barry & Glen James Kevin Forrester 12 55kg
7 DUBAI KING Joshua Julius Jordan Grob (a3) 1 55kg
8 SIR ANTHONY Kevin Adcock Ethan Brown (a4) 9 55kg
9 DEFENCEMAN Emma Steel Matthew Milford (a3) 8 55kg
10 TO CRY FOR Timothy Grace Simon Miller 2 55kg
11e TALLAGE (NZ) Danny Penna Nathan Rose 4 55kg
12e SOUL GLO Dean Boal Roger Booth 7 55kg


Horse trainer Mark Riley’s three-year ban has been overturned after the Victorian Supreme Court cleared him of a doping charge.

Mr Riley was accused of administering a prohibited substance to his horse Gold For Kev after a set of blood tests found evidence of alkalising agents above the limit permitted by the rules of racing.

He appealed against a ruling by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board that banned him for three years.

The Victorian Supreme Court heard racing stewards took samples from Gold for Kev to two laboratories following a race at Sandown Racecourse in July 2014.

According to the judgment by Victorian Supreme Court Justice Kevin Bell on Thursday, both labs adjusted their findings for measurement uncertainty, leading to different results.

One found the concentration of total carbon dioxide in the horse’s blood was above the allowable limit, while the second found it was below it.

“The result reported by one laboratory was that a prohibited substance was present in the blood in a concentration just above the maximum level, but that result had been rounded-up,” Justice Bell said.

Mr Riley took the matter to the Supreme Court after an earlier appeal to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal upheld the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board’s decision.

Justice Bell exonerated Mr Riley of the doping charge.

He said the rules did not permit a disqualification to be imposed upon the basis of rounded-up test results.

“The scientific evidence was incapable of supporting a finding of guilt,” Justice Bell said.

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