Scone Cup nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 Scone Cup. The Scone Cup will be run on Friday 13th May at Scone racecourse.

Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 ALLKNIGHT SAINT G 6 Brad Herne
2 AMOVATIO G 5 Chris Waller
3 AOMEN (IRE) G 8 Anthony Cummings
4 ARE YOU SURE G 8 Cameron Crockett
5 BERRY DELICIOUS M 4 Jason Coyle
6 BEWHATYOUWANNABE G 6 Robert Heathcote
7 BINALONG ROAD G 7 Mack Griffith
8 BRING LUCK G 4 Amanda Turner & Mauro Poletti
9 CANDELARA M 4 Tim Martin
10 CASINO DANCER M 5 Mike Van Gestel
11 CHRYSOLAUS G 4 Jane Clement
12 DANCES ON STARS (NZ) G 6 Gerald Ryan
13 DARCI MAGIC (NZ) G 5 Paul Murray
14 GOLDSTREAM (ITY) H 4 Kris Lees
15 GREAT ESTEEM G 5 Peter & Paul Snowden
16 HIGH MIDNIGHT G 4 James Cummings
17 HIMALAYA DREAM (FR) G 6 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
18 KAYPERS G 8 Greg Bennett
19 KELLYVILLE FLYER M 6 Jason Attard
20 KISEKI DANE G 4 Mick Dwyer
21 LATITAT G 7 William & Stafford Wain
22 LAY DOWN THE LAW G 8 Pam Webber
23 LESS IS MORE (FR) G 8 David Vandyke
24 MALICE G 5 John O’Shea
25 MARPLE MISS M 4 Kris Lees
26 MEDCAUT G 5 John O’Shea
27 MIGHTY LUCKY G 6 Fred Cowell
28 PAJARO (NZ) G 5 Peter & Paul Snowden
29 PIRATE BEN G 4 Damien Lane
30 PRIVATE TABER G 7 Peter Nestor
31 SONS OF JOHN G 5 Jason Attard
32 TALES OF GRIMM (USA) G 7 Chris Waller

News:

Trainer Kris Lees has escaped charges over a positive swab to ibuprofen returned by City Of Justice who was treated at the same Victorian rehabilitation farm as several others to have returned the same result.

Racing NSW stewards conducted an inquiry on Monday into the sample taken from City Of Justice the day he won at Taree on January 19.

Stewards established the then-unraced City of Justice was treated at the rehabilitation centre with ibuprofen for a ligament injury between the September 29 and November 27, 2014 when trained at Caulfield.

After being alerted by stewards that City of Justice was displaying a low level of ibuprofen in a sample taken at Muswellbrook on August 2 last year, Lees ordered five tests at barrier trials before the horse was cleared to race after a negative result on December 2.

Stewards accepted that subsequent information from cases in both Victoria and NSW confirmed prolonged use of ibuprofen in rehabilitation regimes resulted in an unpredictable clearance of that drug from a horse’s system.

Because Lees had proactively co-operated with stewards in undergoing a program of elective testing and was unaware of the 2014 treatment regime, stewards did not issue presentation charges against him.

City Of Justice was, however, disqualified from his win.

Victorian Group One performers Signoff and Lidari are among horses to have returned erratic test results after being treated with the anti-inflammatory.

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