Mackinnon Stakes nominations – 2015

View the nominations for the 2015 Longines Mackinnon Stakes. The Longines Mackinnon Stakes will be run on Saturday 31st October at Flemington racecourse.

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Race 5 – Longines Mackinnon Stakes (2000 METRES)
Of $1,000,000.1st $600,000, 2nd $180,000, 3rd $90,000, 4th $45,000, 5th $25,000, 6th $20,000, 7th $20,000, 8th $20,000 GROUP 1
Standard Weight for Age, Three-Years-Old and Upwards, Maidens at time of entry are ineligible, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 18 + 4 EM


Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 BEATEN UP (GB) G 8 Chris Waller
3 COUNTRYMAN G 5 Anthony Cummings
4 ECUADOR (NZ) G 6 Gai Waterhouse
5 ELHAAME (IRE) G 6 Saeed Bin Suroor
6 ETHIOPIA G 7 Pat Carey
7 EXTRA ZERO G 9 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
8 FAWKNER G 8 Robert Hickmott
9 FENWAY M 4 Lee & Shannon Hope
10 FLAMINGO STAR (GER) H 6 Chris Waller
11 GAILO CHOP (FR) G 5 Antoine de Watrigant
12 GUST OF WIND (NZ) M 4 John Sargent
13 HAPPY TRAILS G 8 Paul Beshara
14 HAWKSPUR G 6 Chris Waller
15 INDEX LINKED (GB) G 8 Chris Waller
16 KIRRAMOSA (NZ) M 5 John Sargent
18 MAGIC ARTIST (IRE) H 5 Andreas Wohler
20 MORIARTY (IRE) G 8 Chris Waller
21 OUR IVANHOWE (GER) H 6 Lee & Anthony Freedman
22 PORNICHET (FR) H 5 Gai Waterhouse
23 RISING ROMANCE (NZ) M 5 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
24 RITZY F 3 Anthony Cummings
25 SECRET NUMBER (GB) H 6 Saeed Bin Suroor
26 SET SQUARE M 4 Ciaron Maher
27 STRATUM STAR H 4 Darren Weir
28 THUNDER LADY (NZ) M 4 John Sargent
29 VELOX (GB) G 6 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
30 WEARY (FR) G 6 Chris Waller


Veteran Jeff Lloyd’s desire for his children see him ride at his best has spurred him to a share of the lead in the Brisbane jockeys premiership with apprentice James Orman.

Lloyd rode a double at Ipswich on Wednesday and made it six metropolitan winners for the week with a quartet at Doomben on Saturday.

The 54-year-old former South African has ridden about 5000 winners in seven countries but his career nearly came to a halt three years ago when he suffered a stroke and doctors advised him to retire.

However, the father of three children aged 12 to 17 was able to make a full recovery and Lloyd has been in great form since.

“My best efforts were to ride seven winners in a day twice in South Africa,” Lloyd said.

“I rode four winners in Sydney when I rode there about seven years ago.”

“I had a year off after the medical problem in 2012 but I wanted to retire on my own terms.

“I wanted my kids to see me ride at my best so I made a comeback.”


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