Princess Stakes Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Princess Stakes which is to be run at Doomben on Saturday 9th, May 2015 at 11:00AM. View the Princess Stakes Field.

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Of $100,000.1st $64,000, 2nd $20,000, 3rd $10,000, 4th $4,000, 5th $2,000 LISTED
Set Weights, Three-Years-Old, Fillies, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 5 EM

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 BOHEMIAN LILY (NZ) Gai Waterhouse Blake Shinn 7 56.5kg
2 BALLET SUITE Chris Waller Kerrin McEvoy 4 56.5kg
3 GLORIOUS RED Kelly Schweida Ric McMahon 1 56.5kg
4 COL ’N’ LIL Ben Currie Luke Tarrant (a) 10 56.5kg
5 NO TRICKS (NZ) Wayne Walters Stephen Baster 11 56.5kg
6 ZARZALI Bart & James Cummings Hugh Bowman 12 56.5kg
7 CINNAMON CARTER Robbie Laing 6 56.5kg
8 RATHER HEROIC Darren Weir Brad Rawiller 2 56.5kg
9 EXCITING DOLL Michael Nolan Jim Byrne 5 56.5kg
10 IMPERIAL LASS (NZ) Peter G Moody Michael Cahill 3 56.5kg
11 DHAHAB Stuart Kendrick James McDonald 8 56.5kg
12 MINE WITH LIME Matt Kropp Tegan Harrison 9 56.5kg


Trainer Dan O’Sullivan will be keeping an eye on the weather with Beer Garden ahead of the Galleywood Hurdle at Warrnambool.

While Beer Garden handles all types of going, O’Sullivan says a firmer track will be the key to the rising nine-year-old’s chances.

Warrnambool was rated in the slow range on Tuesday for the first of three days of racing.

Beer Garden goes into Wednesday’s hurdle over 3200m as the winner of two of his past three starts over jumps, including one at Warrnambool.

Those two runs were punctuated with a third placing over 3600m at Oakbank over the Easter carnival.

O’Sullivan said it wasn’t the trip that counted against Beer Garden at Oakbank.

While the track was officially rated soft, O’Sullivan said it was more in the heavy range.

Beer Garden appreciated getting back to a firmer track when successful at Ballarat at his latest outing on April 23 when he defeated Wai Not P’Roni and Stand To Gain, both opponents on Wednesday.

“He’s good and sound and the biggest thing with him is he’s shown he’s a much better horse on a drier track,” O’Sullivan said.

O’Sullivan said he wouldn’t be worried stepping back up to a longer trip with Beer Garden, providing the track was a little more forgiving.

“If you want to be critical at Oakbank he did a bit of work up the hill both times,” O’Sullivan said.

“It was his first time at 3600 metres on a pretty tough track, so I wouldn’t be afraid to go 3600 metres with him again now.”

Beer Garden is on the fourth line of betting at $6.50 for the Galleywood behind Fieldmaster at $3.20 with Gotta Take Care and Urban Explorer sharing the second line of betting at $4.40.

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