Robert Sangster Stakes nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 Robert Sangster Stakes. The Robert Sangster Stakes will be run on Saturday 7th May at Morphettville racecourse.

Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 ALMIGHTY GIRL F 3 Mitchell Beer & Max Hinton
2 BADAWIYA F 3 Mick Price
3 DON’T DOUBT MAMMA F 3 Tony McEvoy
4 ELOPING M 4 Peter Robl
5 GIRL GUIDE M 6 Ciaron Maher
6 GRIANTE M 5 David Brideoake
7 I LOVE IT M 5 John Salanitri
8 JALAN JALAN F 3 Colin Little
9 KAYJAY’S JOY M 5 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
10 LA PASSE M 5 Darren Weir
11 MISS GUNPOWDER F 3 Phillip Stokes
12 MISS PROMISCUITY M 5 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
13 MISS SETON SANDS M 4 Tony McEvoy
14 PETITS FILOUS F 3 Ciaron Maher
15 PITTSBURGH FLYER M 4 Lee & Shannon Hope
16 PRECIOUS GEM M 6 Henry Dwyer
17 PRIVATE SECRETARY M 6 Gregory Hickman
18 RUNWAY STAR M 5 Phillip Stokes
19 SABATINI M 4 Lee & Shannon Hope
20 SCARLET BILLOWS M 5 Darren Weir
21 SECRET AGENDA F 3 Mick Price
22 SECRETMENSBUSINESS M 6 Ryan Balfour
23 SERENADE F 3 Michael Moroney
24 SHEIDEL M 4 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
25 SULTRY FEELING M 4 James Cummings
26 SUPER CASH F 3 Andrew Noblet
27 TEMPT ME NOT F 3 James Cummings
28 THE MESSINA NYMPH M 5 Tony McEvoy
29 TRUPT M 4 Ryan Balfour
30 TUSCAN SLING M 5 Darren Weir
31 TYCOON TARA M 5 Symon Wilde
32 VEZALAY M 4 Leon & Troy Corstens
33 WAWAIL M 4 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig

News:

Chautauqua has shown why he is ranked the best sprinter in the world, becoming the first Australian horse to win a Group One race in Hong Kong.

Against the pattern of the day’s racing, Chautauqua came from last at the top of the straight to win the Chairman’s Sprint Prize (1200m) at Sha Tin on Sunday.

Ridden by Tommy Berry in a similar style to his win in the TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick last month, Chautauqua thundered to the line to beat Lucky Bubbles by a neck.

He is now scheduled to go to next month’s Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot.

“What did we just see,” Berry said.

“I can’t believe he did what he did.

“I’ve never been in a sprint race where they’ve gone that quick.”

Trained by the family partnership of Michael, Wayne and John Hawkes, Chautauqua will collect a $US1 million ($A1.31 million) if he can win the Diamond Jubilee.

The bonus is offered to any horse that can win three legs of the Global Sprint Series in three different jurisdictions with Chautauqua taking out two so far – the Lightning Stakes and the Chairman’s Sprint.

The news was not so good for Australia’s other representative in the Sprint with Buffering weakening after leading to finish last.

Early reports were that the Al Quoz Sprint winner was showing lameness in his off fore fetlock.

Japanese star Maurice was an emphatic winner of the other Group One race on Sunday’s program, the Champions Mile.

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