Pago Pago Stakes Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Pago Pago Stakes which is to be run at Rosehill on Saturday 12th, March 2016 at 1:00PM. View the Pago Pago Stakes Field.

 

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 SOUCHEZ John O’Shea James McDonald 1 55.5kg
2 MOUNT PANORAMA Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Brett Prebble 2 55.5kg
3 LIONHEARTED David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Christian Reith 12 55.5kg
4 AVIATOR Gerald Ryan Kerrin McEvoy 13 55.5kg
5 OCEAN CITY David Payne Ms Winona Costin (a) 7 55.5kg
6 CREDIBLE WITNESS John Sargent 9 55.5kg
7 ATTENTION Peter & Paul Snowden 11 55.5kg
8 CHIMBORAA David Payne 5 55.5kg
9 THE REVEREND DEMON Bjorn Baker Brenton Avdulla 4 55.5kg
10 MEDITERRANEAN Peter & Paul Snowden 10 55.5kg
11 BRAY (NZ) Brett Cavanough Jason Collett 8 55.5kg
12 MARROCK Mitch Newman Koby Jennings (a) 3 55.5kg
13 POTENT FORCE James Cummings Tommy Berry 6 55.5kg

News:

The Golden Slipper is still on the table for stakes-winning filly Selenia.

And while trainer Robbie Griffiths admits it is an ambitious target, he and his fellow owners have not ruled it out.

The winner of a Listed race at Flemington on Saturday, Selenia is nominated for a seven-day back-up in the Group Three TBV Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes at Flemington.

Selenia sits 22nd in the latest Golden Slipper ballot order.

“I think she’d get in. I think it’s more whether we think she’s good enough,” Griffiths said.

Griffiths said the Mick Price-trained duo of Extreme Choice and Flying Artie, who dominated last month’s Blue Diamond Stakes running first and second, hade far superior form lines to his filly.

“Then you throw into the mix going in the other direction for the first time and some Sydney horses as well. She might be more likely to run midfield there than be competitive,” he said.

“We’ll try to think sensibly about it and see whether we have a crack at it or not.

“We’ve got time to wait and see. The race is changing shape every day so we’ll just sit on the fence and monitor her progress at the same time.”

Selenia raced on the pace in her first two starts in the Blue Diamond lead-up races at Caulfield then came from back in the field in Saturday’s 1000m-race down the Flemington straight.

“We’re just going to let the dust settle and make a decision during the week what we do,” Griffiths said.

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