Rough Habit Plate Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Rough Habit Plate which is to be run at Doomben racecourse on Saturday 14th, May 2016. View the Rough Habit Plate Field.

NoHorseTrainerJockeyBarrierWeight
1I’M BELUCCIDesleigh ForsterJim Byrne1257kg
2CYLINDER BEACH (NZ)Desleigh ForsterMichael Cahill357kg
3EAGLE WAYBryan GuyPaul Hammersley1057kg
4MULTIFACETS (NZ)Chris WallerGlyn Schofield857kg
5SHOTACROSS THE BOWDavid Murphy557kg
6MACKINTOSH (NZ)Chris WallerBlake Shinn457kg
7TRAFALGARChris WallerJason Collett957kg
8ESCHIELEJohn O’SheaDamian Browne1357kg
9BRAZENDavid VandykeBrad Rawiller1157kg
10SKYTREKBarry Lockwood1457kg
11EXCELLENT SPIRITPat DuffJeff Lloyd657kg
12KUTTAMURRA ALRobert HeathcoteRyan Wiggins757kg
13FLYING LABELLEKelly SchweidaGlen Colless157kg
14TAP THISPeter & Paul Snowden255kg

News:

Jockey Luke Nolen is expected to remain in an Adelaide hospital for at least a week nursing injuries suffered in a fall at Morphettville.

Des O’Keeffe of the Australian Jockeys Association says Nolen will have an MRI scan on his back on Monday to double check there are no problems with his back.

Nolen, known internationally for his association with champion Black Caviar, came off in Saturday’s Robert Sangster Stakes, just 40 minutes after he won the Group One Australasian Oaks on Abbey Marie.

It was his first top level win since he returned in February from a seven-month lay-off as he recovered from back surgery.

“Luke has a fractured collar bone and shoulder blade and fractured a couple of ribs,” O’Keeffe told Melbourne radio station RSN.

“He has bruised his spleen and liver and has a minor issue with a lung.

“But his head and legs are fine.”

O’Keeffe said although jockeys had mixed views on the compulsory safety vests, on this occasion it had done its job and protected Nolen from more serious injury.

Nolen fell when Miss Promiscuity appeared to stumble approaching the home turn and was hit as he lay on the ground by a horse which could not avoid him.

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