Port Adelaide Guineas Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Adelaide Guineas which is to be run at Morphettville on Saturday 11th, April 2015 at 16:29PM. View the Adelaide Guineas Field.

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Race 7 – 4:29PM Marsh Port Adelaide Guineas (1800 METRES)
Of $80,000.1st $50,000, 2nd $14,500, 3rd $6,500, 4th $3,200, 5th $1,800, 6th $800, 7th $800, 8th $800, 9th $800, 10th $800 LISTED
Set Weights, Three-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.Field Limit: 18 + 4 EM


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 PEPPER THE PIN Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas Clare Lindop 16 57.5kg
2 MIRACLE THE SECOND Daniel Clarken Paul Gatt 8 57.5kg
3 BEAU’S MY BOY Jon O’Connor Ms Sigrid Carr (a) 10 57.5kg
4 VALDEZ Graeme McCulloch & David Keating Simon Price 5 57.5kg
5 NIMBOSTRATUS (NZ) Symon Wilde Jamie Mott 15 57.5kg
6 JIM’S JOURNEY Peter F Blanch Ben Claridge 4 57.5kg
7 TURBO STREET Tony McEvoy Matthew Neilson 7 57.5kg
8 THERMOGENIC Phillip Stokes Jason Holder 3 57.5kg
9 ZOLT (NZ) Leon & Troy Corstens 6 57.5kg
10 TIME WALKER Phillip Stokes Dom Tourneur 17 57.5kg
11 ROD’S OPINION John Hickmott Steven King 11 57.5kg
12 HUSSON’S SHOUT Phillip Stokes Ronnie Stewart 2 57.5kg
13 HIGH OPINION Chris Heywood Nick Heywood (a) 1 57.5kg
14 MAYSOOR Mick Price 9 57.5kg
15 LADY SHARAPOVA Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Todd Pannell 13 55.5kg
16 ROYAL OCEAN Mick Price 12 55.5kg
17 BAYOONAH Mick Price Joe Bowditch 14 55.5kg


Joe Pride expects Sense Of Occasion to reaffirm his staying promise this campaign as he heads towards some ambitious winter targets.

The four-year-old will resume on his home track at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, a meeting postponed 48 hours after the first day of The Championships was moved to Monday.

It will be Sense Of Occasion’s first appearance since a disappointing four-start summer preparation in which he managed one minor placing.

Those results came after the horse had won three of his first seven starts for the Guy Walter stable and showed the sort of promise Pride said Sense Of Occasion could build on this time around.

“He was struggling in the summer months with the heat and humidity so I put him aside and kept him for some softer tracks and cooler conditions,” Pride said.

“He will get that now.

“He’s working really well, he is a very nice horse.”

A winner up to 2200m, Sense Of Occasion will resume in the McGrath Estate Agents Handicap over 1400m.

While it is short of his best distance, Pride believes the horse is fresh enough to be competitive in a race the trainer hopes can be a stepping stone towards the Scone and Brisbane carnivals.

“He’s had no trial which does two things. It doesn’t increase his fitness but it has him pretty fresh and sharp,” Pride said.

“I’d expect him to run well.”

Pride is hoping for an improved performance from Open Book, a two-time Group placegetter who made a lacklustre debut for his new stable at Randwick last start.

“He was very disappointing first-up. I’m hoping he can turn that around because he’s a much better horse than that,” Pride said.

“He works like Phar Lap.”

Pride’s Warwick Farm team also includes Mesmereyeser, who opposes Open Book in the Liverpool City Council Handicap, and Mr Manhattan in the Tab.com.au Handicap, a three-year-old who won his only start in December.

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