Liverpool City Cup Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Liverpool City Cup which is to be run at Randwick on Saturday 27th, February 2016 at 5:05PM. View the Liverpool City Cup Field.


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 BIG MONEY Rodney Northam Robert Thompson 5 59kg
2 FAMOUS SEAMUS (NZ) Noel Mayfield-Smith 12 59kg
3 RIVER LAD Kris Lees Christian Reith 9 59kg
4 TIGER TEES (NZ) Joseph Pride 15 59kg
5 GENERALIFE John O’Shea 4 58.5kg
6 IT’S SOMEWHAT (USA) John O’Shea 8 57.5kg
7 CHARLIE BOY Peter & Paul Snowden 1 57kg
8 GOOD PROJECT Chris Waller Hugh Bowman 10 57kg
9 KOOL KOMPANY (IRE) Chris Waller Tye Angland 13 57kg
10 RICH ENUFF Peter & Paul Snowden 2 57kg
11 SILVERBALL (FR) Chris Waller Brenton Avdulla 6 57kg
12 WEARY (FR) Chris Waller Tommy Berry 11 57kg
13e ROCK STURDY Joseph Pride 7 57kg
14e AMOVATIO Chris Waller Sam Clipperton 3 56.5kg
15e AOMEN (IRE) Anthony Cummings Jason Collett 14 54.5kg
16e BACHMAN Gerald Ryan Kerrin McEvoy 16 54kg


Racing media identity Richard Callander has admitted he kept a commission from the sale of a horse to Hong Kong but says money has since been paid to the other owners.

Callander, a presenter for former racing telecaster TVN, trainer Chris Waller’s racing manager Liam Prior and jockey Glyn Schofield appeared before Racing NSW stewards on Monday over the sale of Lil Caesar for an alleged $200,000, not $140,000 as the ownership group was told.

A part-owner of the horse, Callander transferred $129,405.20, $140,000 less his five per cent, into Waller Racing to be distributed among the other owners.

Prior told the inquiry he was paid $24,000 while Schofield received a $10,000 commission from trainer Danny Shum and another $10,000 with Callander receiving the rest.

The deal came to light when Racing Victoria stewards questioned Schofield over the sale of another unraced horse, Equita, previously trained by Brent Stanley.

Schofield arranged the sale of the colt to the Shum stable with the original owners told the price was $200,000.

RV stewards have charged both Stanley and Schofield over the sale with the jockey alleged to have received $20,000 and the trainer $70,000 from the sale of the colt for $290,000.

Schofield has told stewards in both states he was unaware of the ruled banning jockeys from involvement in such sales.

Both horses were unraced in Australia but have since gone on to win races in Hong Kong with Lil Caesar racing as Lucky Year and Equita as Dancing Flames.

No charges have yet been laid by stewards in NSW while a date for the Victorian inquiry is still to be set.

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