Keith Noud Handicap Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Keith Noud Handicap which is to be run at Doomben on Saturday 14th, November 2015 at 4:12PM. View the Keith Noud Handicap Field.

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Of $100,000.1st $64,000, 2nd $20,000, 3rd $10,000, 4th $4,000, 5th $2,000 LISTED
Quality, Minimum Weight 54kg, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 5 EM


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 THAT’S A GOOD IDEA Peter & Paul Snowden Damian Browne 5 60.5kg
2 TINTO Rex Lipp 6 58.5kg
3 STEEL ZIP Pat Duff Jeff Lloyd 1 57kg
4 FALINO Darren Bell 9 54.5kg
5 NEO (NZ) Stuart Kendrick 2 54.5kg
6 TRAKSTAR Tony Gollan 13 54kg
7 FINISHING CARD Shane Edmonds Glen Colless 10 54kg
8 GUNDY SPIRIT Tony Gollan Luke Tarrant (a) 8 54kg
9 SALUTER Robert Heathcote Matthew McGillivray (a) 14 54kg
10 WHISKEY ALLROUND Tony Gollan Tegan Harrison 7 54kg
11 CASUAL CHOICE Tony Gollan Jim Byrne 12 54kg
12 CHARGE ACCOUNT Doug Roberts 11 54kg
13 LE VAL Noel Doyle Michael Cahill 4 54kg
14 TOP TONE Lorraine Erhart Anthony Erhart 3 54kg


Trainer Pat Duff has more than one reason to hope his ageless galloper Steel Zip can win the first of the summer stakes races at Doomben.

Steel Zip, who was the last horse raced by Duff’s late wife Dina, will run in Saturday’s Listed Keith Noud Quality (1200m).

The stable favourite, who cost just $13,000 and has earned $721,000, is now raced by the trainer’s children and a long time stable client Robert Chang.

“He won the Keith Noud when it was run at Eagle Farm in 2012 and it was an emotional win because Dina had died only a few weeks before,” Duff said.

“She really loved him and had picked him out as a yearling.

“Steel Zip has had one other go at the Keith Noud running fifth in 2013. I would love to win it again for Dina.”

Although he is now an eight-year-old, Steel Zip has been in career-best form and has won three of his past four starts, his latest carrying 60kg on September 19.

Duff had been considering taking Steel Zip to Sydney but instead decided to freshen him up for the Brisbane summer.

“He loves the water and I think the 1200 metres will suit him better at this stage of his preparation,” Duff said.

“Also I think there will be some of the better grade horses in the Keith Noud and that should see him get back down in the weights.”

Jeff Lloyd has ridden Steel Zip for his past three wins and will retain the mount on Saturday.

There were 18 entries taken for the Keith Noud on Monday including well-performed Sydney sprinter That’s A Good Idea and 2014 Queensland Oaks winner Tinto.

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