View the nominations for the 2015 Lexus Stakes. The Lexus Stakes will be run on Saturday 31st October at Flemington racecourse.
|Race 8 – Lexus Stakes (2500 METRES)|
|Of $300,000.1st $180,000, 2nd $54,000, 3rd $27,000, 4th $13,500, 5th $7,500, 6th $6,000, 7th $6,000, 8th $6,000 GROUP 3
Quality, Maidens at time of entry are ineligible, Apprentices cannot claim.
Field Limit: 18 + 4 EM
|1||BEATEN UP (GB)||G||8||Chris Waller|
|2||BOHEMIAN LILY (NZ)||M||4||Gai Waterhouse|
|3||CHANCE TO DANCE (IRE)||G||6||Robert Hickmott|
|4||DON DOREMO (NZ)||G||5||Robbie Laing|
|5||ELHAAME (IRE)||G||6||Saeed Bin Suroor|
|7||EXCESS KNOWLEDGE (GB)||H||6||Gai Waterhouse|
|8||HAVANA COOLER (IRE)||G||6||John O’Shea|
|10||HIGH MIDNIGHT||G||4||James Cummings|
|11||JUNOOB (GB)||G||8||Chris Waller|
|12||KAPOUR (IRE)||G||6||Ciaron Maher|
|13||KIRRAMOSA (NZ)||M||5||John Sargent|
|14||LIKE A CAROUSEL||G||6||Ken Keys|
|15||MAGIC HURRICANE (IRE)||G||6||John O’Shea|
|16||MANALAPAN (IRE)||G||6||Ciaron Maher|
|18||OPINION (IRE)||G||7||Chris Waller|
|19||PURPLE SMILE||G||5||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig|
|20||REFECTORY (IRE)||G||6||Richard Laming|
|21||RULING DYNASTY||H||4||James Cummings|
|22||SECRET NUMBER (GB)||H||6||Saeed Bin Suroor|
|24||THE UNITED STATES (IRE)||H||6||Robert Hickmott|
|25||THUNDER LADY (NZ)||M||4||John Sargent|
|26||THUNDER SET||G||7||Vince Jones|
|27||VELOX (GB)||G||6||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig|
|28||WEXFORD TOWN (IRE)||G||5||Robert Hickmott|
|29||ZANTECA (NZ)||M||6||Darren Weir|
Norway’s Andreas Mikkelsen clinched his first World Rally Championship victory after titleholder Sebastien Ogier crashed with a comfortable lead in the final speed test at the Rally of Spain.
Ogier was nearly a minute ahead when he crashed his Volkswagen Polo into a roadside barrier less than four kilometers from the finish in the northeastern region of Catalonia on Sunday.
It gave Mikkelsen his maiden WRC victory and kept alive the Norwegian’s hopes of passing Jari-Matti Latvala for second in the drivers’ standings at next month’s final round in Britain.
Ogier clinched his third consecutive world title at the Rally of Australia last month.