Ladies Day Vase Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Ladies Day Vase which is to be run at Caulfield racecourse on Wednesday 12th, October 2016. View the Ladies Day Vase Field.

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 SERENE MAJESTY Peter & Paul Snowden 4 57kg
2 ANTELUCAN John O’Shea Ben Melham 9 57kg
3 IGGIMACOOL Robert Smerdon 5 56kg
4 GABELLA (FR) David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Damian Lane 3 56kg
5 ROCKET COMMANDER Matthew Dale Blake Shinn 7 56kg
6 MANAGERESS Cindy Alderson Nicholas Hall 2 55kg
7 ALASKAN ROSE (NZ) Michael Moroney Patrick Moloney 11 55kg
8 LILLY DAZZLER Monica Croston 17 55kg
9 KANIANA Darren Weir Luke Nolen 18 55kg
10 AMARELA (NZ) Nigel Blackiston Michael Walker 14 55kg
11 NIMINYPIMINY Russell Cameron Chris Parnham 15 55kg
12 DANIELA ROSA Michael Moroney Luke Currie 13 55kg
13 TEARS OF JOY Mark Kavanagh 16 55kg
14 DULVERTON Robert Smerdon Craig Williams 6 55kg
15 EURO ANGEL (NZ) Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Dwayne Dunn 12 55kg
16 EGYPT Mark Kavanagh Damien Oliver 8 55kg
17e CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL Melissa Wells Chris Symons 10 55kg
18e SHILLELAGH (NZ) Stephen Autridge & Jamie Richards 19 55kg
19e WHIRLPOOL Peter Morgan & Craig Widdison Stephen Baster 1 55kg



Former Australian Racehorse of the Year Lankan Rupee is entered to make his long-awaited return from injury in the Group Two Caulfield Sprint.

Lankan Rupee is the highest-rated among the 18 nominations for Saturday’s 1000m-handicap and has 61kg, which is four kilos more than Our Boy Malachi while Wild Rain and Faatinah (54kg) are the only others above the 53kg limit.

The Caulfield Sprint is one of the support races on the Caulfield Cup program.

The plan for the Mick Price-trained Lankan Rupee, who has not raced since the Schillaci Stakes in October last year, is to run in Saturday’s race on his way to the Group One Darley Classic at Flemington three weeks later.

Multiple Group One winner Lankan Rupee, who has had two jump-outs in the past two weeks, is at $5 in an early market with impressive last-start winner Hellbent already tightening from $4 to $3.20.

Four-year-old Hellbent came from back in the field at his most recent start to beat subsequent sakes winner Sheidel by 2-1/4 lengths at Caulfield over 1100m.

Wild Rain is at $4.80 having won the McEwen Stakes (1000m) two starts ago before finishing a game third in the Group One Moir Stakes (1000m).

Acceptances for the race are taken on Wednesday morning.

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