Mick Dittman Plate nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 Mick Dittman Plate Qtis. The Mick Dittman Plate Qtis will be run on Saturday 23rd April at Sunshine Coast racecourse.


Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 AIMALAC MILLIE F 3 Paddy Cunningham
2 BIG TREE C 3 Peter Balzen
4 BLUEBERRY HILL F 3 Liam Birchley
5 DAM WONDERFUL F 3 Trevor Miller
6 DIVINE CENTURI F 3 Stuart Kendrick
7 DRAM OF RED G 3 Matthew Dunn
9 GRACEVILLE F 3 Stuart Kendrick
10 HARDLINE (NZ) G 3 Liam Birchley
11 IN HIS STRIDE C 3 Rex Lipp
12 JETSONIC G 3 Tony Gollan
13 KERMANDIE STAR F 3 Bruce W Hill
14 LA DOLCE VITA F 3 Bradley Smith
15 MAGNETTE F 3 Wez Hunter
16 MAGNUS COR F 3 Steven O’dea
17 PERFECT DARE G 3 Matthew Dunn
18 PRIVLAKA G 3 Robert Heathcote
19 REAL GOOD G 3 Trevor Miller
20 RIGHT ADVICE G 3 Darryl Hansen
21 SANGIOVESE F 3 Bjorn Baker
22 SECRET SAGA F 3 Tony Gollan
23 SOLD FOR SONG F 3 Kevin Kemp
24 SPIETH (NZ) C 3 Bryce Heys
25 TAILLEVENT G 3 Bruce W Hill
26 WICKED INTENT C 3 Chris Munce


Miss Promiscuity has beaten a field that included a Newmarket Handicap winner to cap a successful day for Lindsay Park.

The mare’s victory in Saturday’s $250,000 VOBIS Gold Sprint brought up a Caulfield treble for Lindsay Park trainers David Hayes and Tom Dabernig after two-year-old Valliano claimed the $150,000 VOBIS GOld Ingot and Red Bomber won the $250,000 VOBIS Gold Mile.

Miss Promiscuity made it four wins from eight starts and confirmed plans to target a Group One sprint for fillies and mares in Adelaide next month.

The five-year-old began well and jockey Craig Williams was able to stalk Jalan Jalan and Kirani to the turn before giving her full rein to make her winning run.

Miss Promiscuity ($5) defeated three-year-old Jalan Jalan ($8.50) by three-quarters of a length with The Quarterback, who drifted from $2.40 to $3.40, the same margin away third after sprinting home from worse than midfield.

Hayes said Williams’s ride helped Miss Promiscuity run out the 1200m.

“We said if you are travelling well then cuddle her right into the straight. And he really didn’t move on her until the 200-metre mark,” Hayes said.

“She has been racing really well for the best part of 12 months and she heads over for the Robert Sangster Stakes in Adelaide and she’ll be a pretty good chance.”

The Quarterback’s trainer Robbie Griffiths said plans remain to go to The Goodwood in Adelaide and then hopefully Royal Ascot.

“I was happy with his run,” Griffiths said.

“Naturally I would have liked to have won but as I’ve been saying all week, his style of racing is vulnerable around Caulfield.

“And that’s what brought him undone. Jalan Jalan ended up leading, Miss Promiscuity was stalking the lead and we just got too far out of it and couldn’t flow into the race when we needed to.”

Along with the Caulfield treble, Hayes and Dabernig also had wins in Sydney and Adelaide.

The VOBIS Gold Heath, another of six races on Saturday’s card restricted to VOBIS Gold nominated horses, was taken out by the Shawn Mathrick-trained Adirondack who was backed from $7 to $4.60.

Mathrick plans to take Adirondack on a working holiday to the Darwin Cup in August.

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