Queensland Derby Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Queensland Derby which is to be run at Doomben on Saturday 6th, June 2015 at 2:57PM. View the Queensland Derby Field.

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Of $600,000.1st $384,000, 2nd $120,000, 3rd $60,000, 4th $24,000, 5th $12,000 GROUP 1
Set Weights, Three-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 5 EM

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 WERTHER (NZ) Andrew R Campbell Jim Byrne 1 57kg
2 UPHAM (NZ) Peter G Moody Kerrin McEvoy 12 57kg
3 SADLER’S LAKE Chris Waller Blake Shinn 18 57kg
4 JUMBO PRINCE Michael Nolan Timothy Bell 10 57kg
5 MAGICOOL Mark Kavanagh James Winks 17 57kg
6 WORTHY CAUSE John Zielke Justin P Stanley 11 57kg
7 HIGH MIDNIGHT Bart & James Cummings Tim Clark 7 57kg
8 QUICK STRIKE Chris Waller Tommy Berry 9 57kg
9 REDOUTABLE HEART Chris Waller James McDonald 2 57kg
10 MASTER OF ARTS (NZ) Darren Weir Glen Boss 13 57kg
11 CHILLIN WITH DYLAN Ben Ahrens Ryan Wiggins 19 57kg
12 THERMOGENIC Phillip Stokes Craig Williams 6 57kg
13 INAUGURATION Peter G Moody Hugh Bowman 3 57kg
14 RISING LUCK Trevor Thomas 8 57kg
15 SPUR ON GOLD Pat Carey Michael Cahill 16 57kg
16 GRAPPA BRANDY Scott Morrisey 15 57kg
17e ALLZIN Graham Hoy 14 57kg
18e HARRY (NZ) Murray Baker 4 57kg
19e LUCOBLU (NZ) Paul H Duncan 5 57kg



Three Australian jockeys are in the mix to ride Criterion at Royal Ascot with Frankie Dettori committed to a John Gosden runner in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes.

After taking the four-year-old from his Newmarket base to Ascot for a familiarisation gallop on Tuesday, co-trainer David Hayes said he could not be happier with the horse’s preparation.

Dettori had first refusal for the ride on Criterion who was ridden in his gallop by Chad Schofield who is visiting Britain in the Australian off-season.

Schofield, Craig Williams and Damien Oliver are in the three in the mix to ride Criterion.

Hayes said Criterion galloped over 1600m on the course proper on Tuesday, quickening up over the last 600m and clearing out from his work companion.

“He pulled up very clean in the wind so he got the big tick,” Hayes told AAP.

“He looks terrific and his recovery was excellent.

“I would say his form is as good as it’s ever been. I’m not concerned at all.

“I will discuss the jockey options with owner Sir Owen Glenn in the next 24 hours.”

Oliver will be in England to ride Wandjina in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes on the final day of Royal Ascot.

He is on standby to ride Shamal Wind in the King’s Stand Stakes on the opening day of the five-day meeting should Ryan Moore be unable to take the ride due to commitments with Coolmore.

Williams partnered Criterion to victory in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick on April 11 and into third place at his last start in the QEII Cup at Sha Tin on April 26.

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