Inglis Nursery Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Inglis Nursery which is to be run at Randwick on Saturday 12th, December 2015 at 1:55PM. View the Inglis Nursery Field.

Race 3 – 1:55PM INGLIS NURSERY (1000 METRES)
Of $500,000.1st $290,000, 2nd $90,000, 3rd $40,000, 4th $20,000, 5th $10,000, 6th $10,000, 7th $10,000, 8th $10,000, 9th $10,000, 10th $10,000, Starter Subsidy $200
Set Weights, Two-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.Field Limit: 14 + 4 EM
1JACKSONTony McEvoyKerrin McEvoy856kg
2RAFHA’S CHOICEBede MurrayBlake Shinn1856kg
3BOOM SHUCKALiam BirchleyMs Winona Costin (a)1356kg
4RAMPAGEDavid Hayes & Tom DabernigLuke Currie1656kg
5MOTIMEGratz VellaMs Kathy O’Hara1756kg
6CREDIBLE WITNESSJohn SargentJames McDonald456kg
7CLIFFJoe Cleary656kg
8EXTREME CHOICEMick PriceGlyn Schofield556kg
9MR HUMMUN BEETrevor Sutherland1556kg
10JEANNEAUPaul PerryTim Clark1454kg
11VEGAS STRIPMick PriceBrenton Avdulla1154kg
12MIDNIGHT ROSEMichael, Wayne & John HawkesDwayne Dunn1254kg
13SO SERENEGai Waterhouse754kg
14TOO FAST FOR LOVEBjorn BakerThomas Huet254kg
15eTEARFUL KITTYTrevor Sutherland1054kg
16eSERENASPHEREJohn P Thompson154kg
17eSEBRIKKADavid Hayes & Tom DabernigSam Clipperton354kg
18eVIOLATEBrent StanleyJason Collett956kg


Henry Dwyer is considering starting stayer Sonntag in the Werribee Cup on Sunday.

The trainer had thoughts of going straight into the Bagot Handicap over 2800m at Flemington on New Year’s Day after the gelding filled a place in the Ballarat Cup last month.

Providing Sonntag pleases Dwyer during the week he will take his place in Sunday’s 2600m Listed race.

“I was keen to go into the Bagot off a five-week break and keep him nice and fresh for New Year’s Day,” Dwyer said.

“The Werribee Cup is looking like being fairly weak with the exception of Tall Ship and generally I don’t skip a race because of one horse.

“If he has a good week for the rest of the week, we’ll probably run him on Sunday.”

Plans are also taking shape for Sonntag to head to New Zealand for two 3200m races.

Sonntag won over 2800m at Flemington in May before running second to Le Armistad, the three-quarter sister of three-time Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva, in the 3200m Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington.

“The 2800 to 3200 (metres) is his distance range now,” Dwyer said.

“After the Bagot he’ll probably go to New Zealand for the Wellington Cup on January 24 and the Auckland Cup at the start of March.”


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