Magic Millions Cup nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 Magic Millions Cup. The Magic Millions Cup will be run on Saturday 9th January at Gold Coast racecourse.

 

HorseSexAgeTrainer
1ABU BEN ADAMG5Pat Duff
2AUSSIES LOVE SPORTG5Peter Robl
3BACHMANG4Gerald Ryan
4BALIGARIG5Lloyd Kennewell
5BOLD CIRCLEG4David Payne
6BULL POINTH5David Vandyke
7ELLE LOUM4Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
8EYE THE WORLDG6David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
9FONTELINAG7Tony Gollan
10GRACIOUS PROSPECTG5David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
11GUNDY SPIRITG5Tony Gollan
12HARADA BAYG6John, Dan & Chris Meagher
13ILLUSTRIOUS LADG4Peter Gelagotis
14KALANDULAM5Bruce W Hill
15KARAKUCHIM5Matthew Dale
16LADY MACANM4David Payne
17LAREBILG4Greg Ryan
18LE CORDON BLEUG5Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
19LE VALG5Noel Doyle
20LIBERATIONH4Barry Lockwood
21LUCKY HUSSLERG6Darren Weir
22MANOEUVRINGG4Tony McEvoy
23MISS COVER GIRLM4Kelly Schweida
24MISTER BOOZEG4David Murphy
25MURT THE FLIRTG4Brendan McCarthy
26OPEN BOOKG5Joseph Pride
27PEACE FORCEM6Gerald Ryan
28REAL SURREALM5Kelso Wood
29REGULARG6Bryan Guy
30RISING LUCKG4Trevor Thomas
31RIVA DE LAGOG8Robert Heathcote
32SALUTERG6Robert Heathcote
33SIEGFRIEDG5Toby Edmonds
34SNIPPETS LANDG5Peter & Paul Snowden
35SPUR LE JOUERH4Stuart Kendrick
36SPURTONICG6Bryan Guy
37STEEL ZIPG8Pat Duff
38STRAWBERRY BOYG7Chris Waller
39TESTASHADOWG4Gary Portelli

News:

A treble at Moonee Valley has boosted Jye McNeil’s ambition to outride his apprentice claim in the coming months.

His three winners on Saturday moved him to within 17 city wins of the 80 required to outride his allowance.

“I’ve got until the 31st of May to do it,” McNeil said.

“I’ll give it a good go. That’s the goal I’ve set, to outride my claim.

“Obviously over summer is when we get a good go as apprentices so hopefully I can get plenty of rides and give it the best shot I can.”

McNeil’s first win on Saturday came aboard the Leon and Troy Corstens-trained Siegestor,’

He brought up No.2 on the Chris Calthorpe-trained Young Nicola and capped his day with victory on Alice Springs sprinter Sirbible in the final race on the card.

It took his total of city winners in Melbourne so far this season to 12 with more than half coming at Moonee Valley.

“I thought my rides were OK but I didn’t think I’d go home with three winners,” McNeil said.

“I always seem to have a bit of luck at Moonee Valley.

“I’ve had a few winners there over the last six weeks and it’s good to get three more.”

While McNeil is striving to outride his allowance in the next five months, Katelyn Mallyon achieved the feat last week and her apprenticeship ends next Sunday.

Mallyon joined Michelle Payne as the only women to outride their claims in Melbourne.

The Moonee Valley meeting on Saturday was Jackie Beriman’s final meeting as an apprentice and she is now a senior rider.

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