Queensland Guineas nominations – 2015

View the nominations for the 2015 Queensland Guineas. Queensland Guineas will be run on Saturday 6th June at Doomben racecourse.

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Of $400,000.1st $256,000, 2nd $80,000, 3rd $40,000, 4th $16,000, 5th $8,000 GROUP 2
Set Weights, Three-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 5 EM

Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 AIMEE F 3 Noel Doyle
2 AWESOME ROCK C 3 Leon & Troy Corstens
3 BACHMAN C 3 Gerald Ryan
4 DEIHEROS G 3 Lloyd Kennewell
5 FINAL DECISION G 3 Jason Coyle
6 GOOD PROJECT C 3 Chris Waller
7 HIJACK HUSSY F 3 Tony Gollan
8 JABALI C 3 Mick Price
9 LA SPECIALE F 3 David Vandyke
10 LUCKY TOM G 3 Harold Norman
11 MERION (NZ) G 3 Michael Moroney
12 MISS COVER GIRL F 3 Kelly Schweida
13 MURT THE FLIRT G 3 Brendan McCarthy
14 REKINDLED POWER C 3 Paul Messara
15 RIGHT OR WRONG G 3 Lindsay Gough
16 ROCK MYLADY (NZ) G 3 Peter & Paul Snowden
17 STAVIVA G 3 Matt Laurie
18 STEPS TO STARDOM F 3 Stuart Kendrick
19 SURE AND FAST G 3 Bede Murray
20 TIME FOR WAR C 3 Gerald Ryan
21 TRAVESTON GIRL F 3 Tony Gollan
22 TREE OF JESSE F 3 Bart & James Cummings
23 ULMANN C 3 Peter G Moody



Officials will limit the Belmont crowd to 90,000 for American Pharoah’s Triple Crown bid to avoid a repeat of last year.

The 102,000 spectators who came to see California Chrome try to win the 2014 triple crown suffered through long lines at betting windows and bathrooms.

Concession stands ran out of refreshments. Many spent hours jockeying for space on commuter trains or in jammed parking lots going home.

The New York Racing Association has also hired a former FBI official to co-ordinate security, added more concession stands and staff, reconfigured parking lots and scheduled a post-race rock concert to slow the exodus on Saturday.

The Long Island Rail Road is also pouring $4 million to upgrade the Belmont Park station.

Christopher Kay, NYRA’s chief executive officer, said complaints after last year’s race “broke my heart”.

“We looked at the experience last year and realised there were too many people on the property,” Kay said.

The prospect of a Triple Crown winner has traditionally spiked attendance at Belmont. The record for a Belmont Stakes race was set in 2004, when 120,139 people jammed the park to see Smarty Jones’ try to complete the rare Triple Crown.

American Pharoah is the favourite to become the first horse since Affirmed in 1978 to complete the Triple Crown of the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes.

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