Queensland Oaks nominations – 2015

View the nominations for the 2015 Treasury Casino & Hotel Queensland Oaks. The Queensland Oaks will be run on Saturday 30th May at Doomben racecourse.

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Race 1 – TREASURY CASINO & HOTEL QUEENSLAND OAKS Three-Years-Old Fillies Plate (2200 METRES)
Of $500,000.1st $320,000, 2nd $100,000, 3rd $50,000, 4th $20,000, 5th $10,000 GROUP 1
Set Weights, Three-Years-Old, Fillies, Apprentices cannot claim.
Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 ABDUCTION F 3 John O’Shea
2 AHHHH F 3 Michael Kent
3 AMMIRATA F 3 Joseph Pride
4 APPELLO F 3 Matthew Smith
5 BALLET SUITE F 3 Chris Waller
6 BAYLIE LOUISE F 3 Matthew Dale
7 BAYOONAH F 3 Mick Price
8 BELLA VIKA (NZ) F 3 John Sargent
9 BELLISSIMA MISS (NZ) F 3 Lee & Anthony Freedman
10 BEXSTAR (NZ) F 3 John Symons & Sheila Laxon
11 BOHEMIAN LILY (NZ) F 3 Gai Waterhouse
12 BRONTE BABE F 3 John Sargent
13 CALUSA F 3 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
14 CARIBBEAN CONCERT F 3 Danny Williams
15 CATHY’S MARK F 3 Nigel Blackiston
16 CHAMPION STAGE (NZ) F 3 John Sargent
17 CHAPLET F 3 John O’Shea
18 CHOIX DE MAIA (NZ) F 3 Pat Carey
19 CINNAMON CARTER F 3 Robbie Laing
20 COL ’N’ LIL F 3 Ben Currie
21 ELUSIVE CATCH (NZ) F 3 Sabin Kirkland
22 EMPRESS ZHAO (NZ) F 3 Sam Kavanagh
23 EXCITING DOLL F 3 Michael Nolan
24 EXQUISITE JEWEL (NZ) F 3 Sue Walsh
25 FIRST RAIN F 3 Stephen Lee
26 GAME OF FAME F 3 Jason McLachlan
27 GLITTER FACE F 3 John P Thompson
28 GLORIOUS RED F 3 Kelly Schweida
29 GODZONE GIRL F 3 Patrick Busuttin
30 HAUT CHAPEAU F 3 Lee & Anthony Freedman
31 HAWAYDAH F 3 Robert R Wilson
32 HEAVENS ABOVE F 3 Tim Martin
33 HIGH CARINAE F 3 Matthew Dunn
34 HIPSTER GIRL F 3 Jason Warren
35 IFFY (NZ) F 3 Matthew Dunn
36 IMPERIAL LASS (NZ) F 3 Peter G Moody
37 JURASOUND F 3 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
38 KANSAS SUNFLOWER (NZ) F 3 Luke Oliver
39 KAWABATA F 3 Jamie Edwards & Bruce Elkington
40 KEEP THE KLASS (NZ) F 3 Darren Weir
41 KIPUKA F 3 Nick Mitchell
42 KISSED BY THE SUN F 3 Kris Lees
43 LA SPECIALE F 3 David Vandyke
44 LEAD HUSSON F 3 Harold Hayes
45 LITTLE HOTTIE (NZ) F 3 Michael Kent
46 LOVEHEART LASS F 3 Mark Kavanagh
47 LUXURY F 3 Danny Williams
48 MANHATTAN MOON F 3 Marc Conners
49 MARAUDAMISS F 3 Michael Kent
50 MILITARY LADY (NZ) F 3 John Sargent
51 MINE WITH LIME F 3 Matt Kropp
52 MISS GALATO F 3 Ciaron Maher
53 MONOGRAM F 3 John O’Shea
54 OBSCURITY F 3 Stephen Hill
55 PATTINI F 3 Mark Kavanagh
56 PERSIST F 3 John Morrisey
57 PLATINUM WITNESS F 3 Lisa Latta
58 RATHER HEROIC F 3 Darren Weir
59 REAL GENE (NZ) F 3 John Morrisey
60 REDASUN F 3 Greg Eurell
61 ROYAL OCEAN F 3 Mick Price
62 RUSTIC MELODY F 3 Kris Lees
63 SEASHELLS F 3 John Morrisey
64 SEBRINA F 3 Bjorn Baker
65 SHANDAARA (NZ) F 3 Robbie Laing
66 SHE CAN SHAZAM (NZ) F 3 Robbie Griffiths
67 SILVER HEELS F 3 Robert R Wilson
68 SPROUT F 3 David Vandyke
69 STEWBALL F 3 Phyllis Kalinowski
70 SWIFT LADY (NZ) F 3 John Sargent
71 TEARS OF JOY F 3 Mark Kavanagh
72 TRALEE CHORUS (NZ) F 3 Patrick Payne
73 UNFURL (NZ) F 3 Darren Weir
74 UNGRATEFUL ELLEN F 3 Robert Smerdon
75 VIA CAVOUR F 3 Mark Webb
76 VINTAGE BON F 3 Les Ross
77 VON COSTABEEL F 3 David Pfieffer
78 WESTERN DESERT F 3 Cathy Chapman
79 WHATALOVELYDAY F 3 Jon Walk
80 WICKED TRILOGY F 3 Paul Jenkins
81 WINE TALES F 3 Chris Waller
82 WINX F 3 Chris Waller
83 YESTERJOY F 3 Clarry Conners
84 YULONG BABY F 3 Mick Price
85 ZARZALI F 3 Bart & James Cummings

 

News:

Al Kazeem has won the Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh for trainer Roger Charlton and jockey James Doyle.

The win came two years after he gunned down Camelot in the same Group One event, the start of a magnificent summer during which he also claimed the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown.

After being brought back from a disappointing stint at stud, Al Kazeem has been brilliantly handled by Roger Charlton with his narrow defeat at the hands of Noble Mission in last season’s Champion Stakes at Ascot a clear indicator he remained a force at the highest level.

After following Postponed and The Grey Gatsby into the home straight, Al Kazeem went through the smallest of gaps to take the lead, fending off a late challenge from Fascinating Rock, by a neck.

The seven-year-old will now bid to regain his crown in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at the Royal meeting.

“He’s amazing, looks amazing, is brave and all you need in a good racehorse,” Charlton said.

“I’m lucky to have one as good as that and to have him back from stud. I’d say it’s my proudest moment.

“James just said he travelled so well and felt almost better than ever.

“I just can’t believe a horse that’s been to stud and come back has, I guess, reached his best form.

“As long as he’s enjoying himself he’ll keep going and one day I’m sure he’ll go back to stud.”

It was the third successive win in the race for Doyle who praised his mount.

“I can’t speak highly enough of the horse. He’s everything you look for in a racehorse,” he said

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