Inglis Classic Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Inglis Classic which is to be run at Randwick on Saturday 6th, February 2016 at 3:05PM. View the Inglis Classic Field.


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 RAMPAGE David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Blake Shinn 1 56.5kg
2 RAFHA’S CHOICE Bede Murray Jason Collett 4 56.5kg
3 WALK RIGHT IN Paul Perry Christian Reith 14 56.5kg
4 COGLIERE Marc Quinn Hugh Bowman 13 56.5kg
5 ENGAGING Gary Nickson Brenton Avdulla 16 56.5kg
6 MAN TO LOVE Louis Baudron Tye Angland 11 56.5kg
7 FLASH FIBIAN Bede Murray 5 56.5kg
8 CHIMBORAA David Payne 3 56.5kg
9 CHINA PLATE Michael Costa Sam Clipperton 17 56.5kg
10 WONDERFUL STORY Chris Waller 9 56.5kg
11 TWIST TOPS Kris Lees Tommy Berry 10 54.5kg
12 SOVIET SECRET Sam Pritchard-Gordon James McDonald 12 54.5kg
13 CAN’T FIND SNIPPY Bede Murray 8 54.5kg
14 DEODARA Gerald Ryan 15 54.5kg
15 MADDISON AVENUE Marc Conners 6 54.5kg
16 OUR BELISA John P Thompson 7 54.5kg
17e DREAM FAITH Gregory Hickman Ms Winona Costin (a) 2 54.5kg


Mick Price can further bolster the strength of his stable’s two-year-old ranks when Fuse makes his debut at Caulfield.

Price already has a solid hand in the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes with Extreme Choice and Flying Artie prominent in betting.

Extreme Choice, a debut Randwick winner in December, returns in the $150,000 Chairman’s Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday while Fuse steps out in the Inglis Premier Stakes, a sales-restricted race.

A son of Smart Missile, Fuse won a jump-out at Caulfield on Tuesday to convince Price the colt is ready to go to the races.

“Given it’s a Melbourne Premier race and he’s a Melbourne Premier horse and it’s worth $250,000, you’ve got to go and do the right thing by the owners and see if he can be effective in it,” Price said.

A $170,000 yearling purchase, Fuse has been part of the jump-out scene at Caulfield in recent weeks.

He was pushed along in a hit-out at the track last week but had blinkers fitted on Tuesday.

“He was much better in blinkers this morning and he’ll run in blinkers,” Price said.

“I’m pretty happy with him and he’s a horse that will be even better suited once he gets up and racing.”

Craig Newitt will ride Fuse.

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