SA Fillies Classic nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 SA Fillies Classic. The SA Fillies Classic will be run on Saturday 21st May at Morphettville racecourse.

1AALI MIAF3Lloyd Kennewell
3ASHLEE MARIEF3Richard Laming
4BELIEVEF3Anthony Cummings
5BELUGA BLUEF3Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas
7BO BARDIF3Lee & Shannon Hope
8CHABAUD (NZ)F3Robert Smerdon
9CONCUBINEF3David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
11DASHEBOF3Peter F Blanch
12DULVERTONF3Robert Smerdon
13ENSUINGF3Andrew Noblet
14HIGH LAGOF3Darren Weir
15LET’S TWISTF3Michael Kent
16MAN SHE’S FASTF3Stephen Theodore
18ROCK AND ROSEF3David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
19SANIMA STARF3Scott Trenowden
20SHE’S GOT SPEEDF3Danny O’Brien
21STREET SPUNF3David Brideoake
22TEOFLYTEF3Robbie Griffiths
23THE GREY FLASHF3Robbie Laing
24VANDANCER (NZ)F3Michael Moroney
25VODIANOVAF3Richard Laming
26ZAFIKI (NZ)F3Robert Smerdon
27ZRINSKIF3Danny O’Brien


Bondi Beach has continued his campaign towards the Ascot Gold Cup and Melbourne Cup with a Group Three victory at Navan.

But the four-year-old, part-owned by Australian Lloyd Williams, was made to work harder than his odds-on quote suggested to win Sunday’s Vintage Crop Stakes (2800m).

Last year’s St Leger runner-up had just two rivals and was anchored in the rear by Seamus Heffernan as Silwana led.

Toe The Line took it up early in the straight and appeared to be travelling better than the market leader, but Heffernan eventually coaxed Bondi Beach into putting his best foot forward and drove him out to a 1-1/2 length success.

“When he gets to the front he idles,” Joseph O’Brien, assistant to his father Aidan, said.

“He settled well and it was a very tactical race.”

Bondi Beach returned to Ireland after finishing unplaced in he 2015 Melbourne Cup.

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