Sandown Cup Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 William Hill Sandown Cup which is to be run at William Hill Park Hillside on Saturday 14th, November 2015 at 5:20PM. View the William Hill Sandown Cup Field.

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Race 8 – 5:20PM William Hill Sandown Cup (3200 METRES)
Of $150,000.1st $90,000, 2nd $27,000, 3rd $13,500, 4th $6,750, 5th $3,750, 6th $3,000, 7th $3,000, 8th $3,000 LISTED
Quality, Minimum Weight 54kg, Apprentices cannot claim.
VIC Miscellaneous Bonus A

Field Limit: 16 + 4 EM

 

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 THE OFFER (IRE) Gai Waterhouse Dwayne Dunn 9 60kg
2 ALMOONQITH (USA) David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Michael Walker 14 59kg
3 GRAND MARSHAL (GB) Chris Waller James McDonald 2 59kg
4 PRECEDENCE (NZ) James Cummings Ms Michelle Payne 3 57kg
5 DE LITTLE ENGINE Danny O’Brien James Winks 12 54kg
6 LIKE A CAROUSEL Ken Keys Glen Boss 6 54kg
7 MAYGROVE Murray Baker Kerrin McEvoy 7 54kg
8 RENEW (IRE) Archie Alexander Dean Yendall 15 54kg
9 TREMEC (NZ) John P Thompson Chris Parnham 13 54kg
10 MANALAPAN (IRE) Ciaron Maher 5 54kg
11 SASENKILE Tony McEvoy Luke Currie 4 54kg
12 POP ’N’ SCOTCH Liam Birchley Steven King 10 54kg
13 PLANET PURPLE Kerry Parker 11 54kg
14 CUBAN FIGHTER Robbie Laing 8 54kg
15 REFECTORY (IRE) Richard Laming 1 54kg

News:

Eleven-time flat champion jockey Pat Eddery has died at the age of 63, the racing manager for owner Prince Khalid Abdullah has announced.

Eddery won more than 4600 races before retiring in 2003, including four Prix de l’Arc de Triomphes and three Derbys, making him one of the greatest jockeys of all time.

“It is extremely sad news,” said Teddy Grimthorpe on Tuesday. The racing manager to Juddmonte owner Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia said: “Everyone at Juddmonte is very shocked and saddened by it.

“He spanned the greatest era for jockeys ever. Lester Piggott, Steve Cauthen, Willie Carson, all were exceptional, yet Pat’s ability was unquestioned.”

In total, Eddery triumphed in 14 British Classics, including three Derbys aboard Grundy (1975), Golden Fleece (1982) and Quest For Fame (1990).

Perhaps his finest hour came aboard Dancing Brave in the 1986 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, when he made a late charge down the centre of the track to snatch a sensational victory against a glittering field.

He achieved other memorable successes with Pebbles at the Breeders’ Cup, Silver Patriarch in the St Leger, which gave him his 4000th win, and Zafonic in the 2000 Guineas.

“It’s very sad,” said Eddery’s former rival Bruce Raymond. “He’d been unwell for a long time. I just knew him as a good, fun guy. Everybody knows he was a great jockey.

“We used to play cards and have lots of fun. I can’t imagine anyone being in his company and not enjoying it.

“He was blooming tough to ride against and cool. He was ultra-competitive. He would beat you in a photograph and laugh about it afterwards.”

Eddery became a trainer after retiring and saw Hearts Of Fire claim a Group One victory in Italy.

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