Schweppervescence Trophy Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Schweppervescence Trophy which is to be run at Flemington on Saturday 12th, March 2016 at 5:10PM. View the Schweppervescence Trophy Field.

 

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 NOBLE PROTECTOR (GB) Robert Smerdon Craig Williams 9 58.5kg
2 MISS ROSE DE LAGO Danny O’Brien Damien Oliver 11 57kg
3 SACRED EYE David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Michael Walker 12 56kg
4 DIG A PONY Peter G Moody Dwayne Dunn 4 56kg
5 VITAL IMPORTANCE Neville Parnham Craig Newitt 13 54kg
6 METAPHORICAL Peter G Moody 5 54kg
7 SURE YOU CAN (NZ) Danny O’Brien James Winks 7 54kg
8 MOSSBEAT Robbie Griffiths Damian Lane 6 54kg
9 LILLY DAZZLER Monica Croston Jordan Childs (a) 10 54kg
10 ANAPHORA Tony Noonan Jake Noonan 8 54kg
11 FELICIENNE Darren Weir Harry Coffey (a) 1 54kg
12 REDASUN Greg Eurell 2 54kg
13 ALASKAN ROSE (NZ) Michael Moroney Glen Boss 3 53kg

News:

John Sadler is hoping forecast showers arrive to give Charmed Harmony his best chance of winning the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington.

Charmed Harmony has a preference for a track with give in it.

Warm weather with the chance of showers is predicted for the remainder of the week and the best result for Sadler would be rain on raceday.

“They are tipping rain for the next few days but the only trouble with that is they don’t water as heavily,” Sadler said.

“For our circumstances I would like the rain on the day of the meeting.”

Charmed Harmony had a 12-run campaign last preparation that kicked off with him finishing last at Randwick in February last year.

He pulled up with cardiac arrhythmia before stringing together a consistent campaign that saw him compile four wins on end.

Charmed Harmony also contested his only Group One race, finishing fifth to Stratum Star in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield last September.

The gelding resumed at Flemington on February 20 and after leading early knocked up in the straight to finish ninth over 1400m when ridden by Sadler’s apprentice son Tom.

“He was disappointing first-up, he didn’t run well at all,” Sadler said.

“Tom thought it was the firm ground but he can put in the odd ordinary one.

“The horse is good and hopefully he’s put that bad one away.

“I would be happy if he was competitive.”

Sadler said he hasn’t changed anything in Charmed Harmony’s training routine.

And with 53kg, Katelyn Mallyon, who has three wins and a second from four rides on the gelding, regains the mount on Saturday.

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