View the Final Field for the 2016 Inglis Sprint. The Inglis Sprint will be run on Saturday 17th December at Randwick racecourse.
|1||FLASH FIBIAN||Paul Murray||Tye Angland||13||56kg|
|2||SAMADOUBT||Bjorn Baker||James Doyle||12||56kg|
|4||TORNADIC||Albert Stapleford||Joshua Parr||14||56kg|
|5||CALANDA||Peter & Paul Snowden||2||56kg|
|6||MAGNETAR||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||Damien Oliver||17||56kg|
|7||MANUEL||Tony McEvoy||Kerrin McEvoy||8||56kg|
|9||TIME OUT OF MIND||Kris Lees||Hugh Bowman||11||56kg|
|10||TWIST TOPS||Kris Lees||Glyn Schofield||19||54kg|
|11||SUPER TOO||Marc Conners||Tim Clark||3||54kg|
|12||Jenny Graham||Christian Reith||1||54kg|
|13||GENETEAU||Bjorn Baker||Brenton Avdulla||4||54kg|
|14||TOO FAST FOR LOVE||Bjorn Baker||Ben Melham||7||54kg|
|15||MISS DEBUTANTE||Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott||Tommy Berry||5||54kg|
|19e||BRIDYN MAY||Scott Aspery||9||54kg|
Melbourne’s leading apprentice Ben Allen will miss the next three metropolitan meetings after failing in his appeal against a careless riding ban.
Allen was suspended for a total of nine race meetings at Wangaratta last Tuesday but lodged an appeal and rode on a stay of proceedings last weekend pending the outcome of Monday’s appeal.
The nine-meeting ban means the 17-year-old, who has already ridden 19 city winners this season, will miss the metropolitan meetings at Mornington on Wednesday, Moonee Valley on Friday night and Flemington on Saturday.
Allen is leading the apprentices’ premiership in Melbourne this season and sits fourth on the overall jockeys’ standings in Melbourne behind star hoops Dwayne Dunn (26), Craig Williams (25) and Damien Oliver (20).
He rode a winning double at Flemington on Saturday on the Darren Weir-trained Lyuba and Ozi Choice.