Magic Millions Maiden Plate nominations – 2016

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

 

Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 AGREE TO C 3 Bevan Laming
2 AMBITIOUS BLONDE M 4 Tony Gollan
3 AMERICAN HERO G 3 Bryan Guy
4 APOLLO HOPE C 3 Stuart Kendrick
5 BIAGIOTTI F 3 Bryan Guy
6 BIDII BABE F 3 Robert Heathcote
7 BOURBON ROAD G 3 Tony Gollan
8 CADMAN G 3 David Vandyke
9 CATCH A FIRE F 3 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
10 CREDIT CARD MISS F 3 Bjorn Baker
11 DADDY LONGLEGS G 4 Pat Duff
12 DEZANNAM H 4 Robbie Laing
13 DRAGONS ESPRIT G 3 Angela Plumb
14 ECCELLERE F 3 Jim Litt
15 GIULIANI G 4 Tony Gollan
16 GOD I’M HOT F 3 Ken Lantry
17 GRANDE CASTAGNO G 3 Lee Curtis
18 GREY NOT BLACK G 5 Pat Duff
19 HARE BOI (NZ) C 3 Quinton Kearney
20 HAVASAY G 3 Liam Birchley
21 IRISH BANDIT G 5 Tony Gollan
22 JOE COOL C 3 Ken Lantry
23 KING OF THE CASTLE G 4 Pat Duff
24 LA CIGALE G 4 Danny J Bougoure
25 LADY MANHATTAN F 3 Michael Lakey
26 LOCH MAREE F 3 Bryan Dais
27 MAGIC STREET G 5 Quinton Kearney
28 MAJELLA MAGIC F 3 Tony Gollan
29 MILITARY MISS F 3 Gillian Heinrich
30 MORAL OUTRAGE G 3 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
31 NARANJA G 3 Kris Lees
32 OPINIONATED F 3 Andrew Williamson
33 OUR STORY F 3 Dale Healey
34 RAMATUELLE F 3 Bjorn Baker
35 SAGATONA M 4 Liam Birchley
36 SEBRING FLING C 3 Stuart Kendrick
37 SETHELO G 3 Brent Stanley
38 SHOW COMMAND G 3 Pat Duff
39 SIRTIME G 4 Greg Ryan
40 SIZZLING GAZE F 3 Gary Portelli
41 SKYTREK G 3 Barry Lockwood
42 TANGO ROCK C 3 Michael Kent
43 TESTARETTE F 3 Bjorn Baker
44 TOMMY’S HI G 5 Neville Stewart
45 WHO’S A STAR G 3 David Pfieffer
46 WICKED INVESTMENT G 3 Paul Butterworth
47 WITH PRIDE F 3 Gerald Ryan
48 WOLF CRY C 3 Peter & Paul Snowden
49 WUTAI MOUNTAIN F 3 Chris Waller
50 YATTARNA F 3 James Cummings
51 ZENON F 3 Peter G Moody
52 ZIZOU WARRIOR G 3 Barry Lockwood

News:

Delicacy has headed an historic Perth Cup trifecta for Western Australia’s biggest owner Bob Peters.

Last season’s champion Australian filly, Delicacy carried 59kg to confirm her position at the top of WA racing in Saturday’s 2400m Group Two Cup at Ascot.

The star mare beat her Grant Williams-trained stablemate Neverland with last year’s Cup winner Real Love from the Adam Durrant stable third.

Leading rider William Pike opted to ride Neverland with Peter Hall guiding Delicacy along the rail to win by three-quarters of a length.

Hall was aboard when Delicacy won the Australasian Oaks and SA Derby last season.

It was a sixth Perth Cup for Peters, who also won with Field Officer (1993), Crown Prosecutor (2005), Lords Ransom (2010), Western Jewel (2012) and Real Love (2014).

“I wouldn’t say it’s my most memorable Perth Cup but it’s right up there with Field Officer,” Peters told RWWA.

“She surprised us last year and continues to surprise us this year,.”

Hall admitted he was concerned when Delicacy was shuffled back.

“I was always worried but you find a way,” he said.

“It’s like peak hour traffic you have to get out. But I had utmost confidence in the horse.

“She is a freak.”

* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article excludes NSW residents.
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