Inglis Sires Produce Stakes nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 Inglis Sires Produce Stakes. The Inglis Sires Produce Stakes will be run on Saturday 2nd April at Royal Randwick racecourse.

HorseSexAgeTrainer
1ACHI BABAC2John O’Shea
2ARABIAN DANCERC2Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
3ARGENTINAC2Peter & Paul Snowden
4ASTERNC2John O’Shea
5ATTENBOROUGH (NZ)C2Peter G Moody
6ATTENTIONC2Peter & Paul Snowden
7AVIATORC2Gerald Ryan
8BATTLE ORDERC2Mick Price
9BETCHA THINKINGC2Chris Waller
10BLISS POINTF2Clarry Conners
11BRAY (NZ)C2Brett Cavanough
12BRIDLE LANEF2John P Thompson
13BRING ME THE BLINGF2Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
14CALLIOPEF2John O’Shea
15CAPITALISTC2Peter & Paul Snowden
16CASQUEC2Robbie Laing
17CHIMBORAAC2David Payne
18CONCEALERF2Tony McEvoy
19CRAFTY COPC2Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
20CREDIBLE WITNESSG2John Sargent
21DAM READYC2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
22DETECTIVEC2Peter & Paul Snowden
23DIVINE PROPHETC2Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
24ECKSTEINF2Kurt Goldman
25EXTREME CHOICEC2Mick Price
26FABVIERF2John P Thompson
27FARAWAY TOWNF2Matthew Smith
28FIFTY WAYSF2Anthony Cummings
29FLYING ARTIEC2Mick Price
30FRENCH FERNF2David Payne
31GASOLINEC2Murray Baker
32GOOD STANDINGC2James Cummings
33GRAVITATEC2Peter & Paul Snowden
34HARDHAMC2Peter G Moody
35HIGH MISTC2Chris Waller
36HONESTY PREVAILSF2Rick Worthington
37JACKSONG2Tony McEvoy
38KINETIC DESIGNF2Stuart Webb
39KISS AND MAKE UPC2Gai Waterhouse
40LARAPINETAF2Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
41LIONHEARTEDC2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
42LUSITANIAF2Chris Waller
43MATRIMONYF2Anthony Cummings
44MEDITERRANEANC2Peter & Paul Snowden
45MERIDIAN STARF2Richard Laming
46MONGOLIAN FALCONC2Donna Logan & Chris Gibbs
47MOUNT PANORAMAG2Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
48MUSTARRIDG2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
49NAJMAATF2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
50OBSCURAC2John O’Shea
51OMEI SWORDF2Chris Waller
52PRAY TO THE SKYC2Gai Waterhouse
53PROMPT RESPONSEF2Gai Waterhouse
54QUICK FEETF2Peter & Paul Snowden
55RATHER SWEETF2Gary Nickson
56REINFORCEDC2Peter & Paul Snowden
57REVOLVING DOORC2Clinton McDonald
58RIVO BOYC2Anthony Cummings
59ROCK AND SWINGC2James Cummings
60SEABURGEC2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
61SMOOTH WHISKEYC2Lee & Anthony Freedman
62SO SERENEF2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
63SOUCHEZC2John O’Shea
64SOVIET SECRETF2Sam Pritchard-Gordon
65SPARKLEF2Gai Waterhouse
66SUSPENDERSF2Gerald Ryan
67SWEET SHERRYF2Brent Stanley
68TAJ MAHALC2Peter & Paul Snowden
69TELPERIONC2John O’Shea
70TESSERAC2John O’Shea
71THE REVEREND DEMONC2Bjorn Baker
72THYME FOR ROSESF2Gai Waterhouse
73TWIST TOPSF2Kris Lees
74VULPINIG2Melissa Leitch
75WEATHERLYC2Paul Messara
76WINEC2John O’Shea
77YANKEE ROSEF2David Vandyke
78ZAMZAMF2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig

News:

Fertility issues have ended the stud career of high profile stallion Cape Cross.

The sire of European champions Golden Horn, Sea the Stars and Ouija Board, Cape Cross also produced dual New Zealand Horse of the Year Seachange from his southern hemisphere crops.

Darley’s Sam Bullard said the 22-year-old had failed to get any mares in foal this season at Kildangan Stud in Ireland.

“We are approaching the end of March and he has failed to get a mare in foal, so it has been decided that he should be retired from stallion duties,” Bullard said.

Cape Cross has sired more than 100 stakes winners across the world.

Golden Horn, who includes the Epsom Derby and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe among his wins last year, is standing his first season at Sheikh Mohammed’s Dalham Hall Stud in England.

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