Hollindale Stakes Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Hollindale Stakes which is to be run at Gold Coast on Saturday 25th, April 2015 at 3:52PM. View the Hollindale Stakes Field.

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Of $358,000.1st $250,000, 2nd $60,000, 3rd $30,000, 4th $12,000, 5th $6,000 GROUP 2
Standard Weight for Age, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 14 + 5 EM

1GREEN MOON (IRE)Robert HickmottChad Schofield1659kg
2FORETELLER (GB)Chris WallerLarry Cassidy1159kg
3PRECEDENCE (NZ)Bart & James CummingsGlen Colless1559kg
4MORIARTY (IRE)Chris WallerLeith Innes1059kg
5HAWKSPURChris WallerJim Cassidy359kg
6BANCA MOScott BruntonMs Casey Bruce559kg
7AOMEN (IRE)Anthony CummingsGlen Boss859kg
8HOOKEDJohn P ThompsonHugh Bowman259kg
9SIR MOMENTSSteven O’deaBrenton Avdulla959kg
10I’M IMPOSING (GB)Chris WallerTye Angland1459kg
11RUDYHelen PageLuke Tarrant (a)1259kg
12ESCADOMatt Laurie159kg
13SILENT ACHIEVER (NZ)Roger JamesKerrin McEvoy1357kg
14ARABIAN GOLDDavid VandykeDamien Oliver657kg
15eLEEBAZ (NZ)Michael, Wayne & John HawkesJim Byrne459kg
16eWISH COME TRUE (IRE)Peter G MoodyLuke Nolen759kg
17ePORNICHET (FR)Gai WaterhouseBlake Shinn1858.5kg
18eHOPFGARTENRobert HeathcoteDamian Browne1759kg



One more flat run will have champion hurdler Gotta Take Care primed for his early season target.

The Darren Weir-trained gelding will contest the ANZAC Centenary Cup (2600m) at Flemington on Saturday before heading to Warrnambool to defend the Galleywood Hurdle on the middle day of the three day carnival.

Gotta Take Care, the reigning Australian Jumper of the Year, has been mixing flat racing with schooling over hurdles in preparation for a return to the jumps.

He has had four starts interspersed with hurdle schools since he returned in February.

Gotta Take Care was a last-start 3-1/2 length seventh behind Crafty Cruiser over 2500m at Flemington on April 11 and he has since ventured to Warrnambool to score a five length win in a hurdle school.

“The Galleywood is what he’s been set for,” Weir said.

“He’ll run on Saturday and then he’ll run in the Galleywood.

“He ran a bit better last start. He’s slowly getting there.”

Gotta Take Care won the corresponding race at last year’s Anzac Day meeting before going on to claim the Galleywood on a heavy track five days later.

This year’s Galleywood will be run on May 6, a week later than last year.

With 20 wins from 76 starts, Gotta Take Care has won nine of his 18 starts over hurdles for career prize money of just over $1 million, most of that earned over jumps.

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