Mornington Sires nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 Mornington Sires. The Mornington Sires will be run on Saturday 2nd April at Mornington racecourse.

HorseSexAgeTrainer
1AMAZING MISS RUBYF2Danny Curran
2BOGONG ROADG2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
3DASILI BLONDEC2Matthew Brown
4FRENCH BANQUEF2Peter Morgan & Craig Widdison
5JAWS OF STEELC2Robbie Laing
6LYCURGUSC2Danny O’Brien
7MR MARKOUG2Tony McEvoy
8NORTH SKYC2David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
9POPF2Clinton McDonald
10RESORTG2John O’Shea
11SEBEAUTYF2Lee & Anthony Freedman
12SMARTSONG2Mick Price
13SON OF CITYG2Robbie Griffiths
14SONSEE ARRAYF2Nigel Blackiston
15WATCH MY SHADOWC2Sam Pritchard-Gordon

News:

Rachel Murray has retained the ride Chrysolaus in the $400,000 Country Championship with trainer Jane Clement resisting calls from some more high profile jockeys.

Chrysolaus won the Wild Card heat at Muswellbrook on Sunday to claim one of two final spots in Saturday’s field.

Clement and Murray were a winning combination again on Monday at Armidale with Rosetta’s Comet and Go Dragon.

“Rachel’s a country girl. I’m a country girl,” Clement told Sky Thoroughbred Central.

“Why change anything. Rachel has ridden him all the way through.”

Although Chrysolaus firmed from $101 to $15 for the 1400m-final, the Greg Bennett-trained Clearly Innocent continues to hold sway at $1.90.

Chrysolaus is raced by family of the late John Clift, the man famous for breeding another grey horse, the champion Gunsynd.

The Danny Williams-trained Ashjata ran second to Chrysolaus to book her place in the final and is also at $15.

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