South Australian Derby Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 South Australian Derby which is to be run at Morphettville on Saturday 9th, May 2015 at 3:53PM. View the South Australian Derby Field.

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Race 7 – 3:53PM William Hill South Australian Derby (2500 METRES)
Of $500,000.1st $320,000, 2nd $85,000, 3rd $40,000, 4th $20,000, 5th $10,000, 6th $5,000, 7th $5,000, 8th $5,000, 9th $5,000, 10th $5,000 GROUP 1
Set Weights, Three-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.Field Limit: 16 + 4 EM


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 WERTHER (NZ) Andrew R Campbell Noel Callow 18 56.5kg
2 OCTOBER DATE Nick Smart Shayne Cahill 2 56.5kg
3 MAGICOOL Mark Kavanagh Damien Oliver 20 56.5kg
4 BOOM TIME Peter G Moody Vlad Duric 9 56.5kg
5 MANAPINE Nigel Blackiston Dwayne Dunn 6 56.5kg
6 ALLERGIC John O’Shea Patrick Moloney (a) 1 56.5kg
7 CHU CHU CHARLIE Ron Daniel Dean Yendall 10 56.5kg
8 ALL I SURVEY Pat Carey Rhys McLeod 7 56.5kg
9 TRIPLE GOLD Peter G Moody Luke Nolen 3 56.5kg
10 LUCQUES Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra 17 56.5kg
11 CRIMSON CAPE (NZ) Robert Smerdon Mark Zahra 8 56.5kg
12 CUBAN FIGHTER Robbie Laing Joe Bowditch 16 56.5kg
13 TURBO STREET Tony McEvoy Matthew Neilson 19 56.5kg
14 MAYSOOR Mick Price Dom Tourneur 5 56.5kg
15 TIME WALKER Phillip Stokes Steven Arnold 12 56.5kg
16 DELICACY Grant Williams Peter Hall 14 54.5kg
17e GIFTED LAD (NZ) Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young Michael Walker 4 56.5kg
18e LIGHT MOTION Robert Smerdon 13 56.5kg
19e THERMOGENIC Phillip Stokes 15 56.5kg
20e GRUMPY GURU Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas Clare Lindop 11 56.5kg


One has to carry topweight and the other has the widest barrier draw, but trainer Leon Corstens still has high hopes for his two runners in the Wangoom Handicap at Warrnambool on Wednesday.

Corstens and his son Troy will saddle topweight Tried And Tired who will lump 60kg in the 1200m race on Wednesday with stablemate General Groove jumping from the widest draw in the field of 16 plus one emergency.

Leon Corstens says both horses go into the race in good order although he is concerned with the weight with Tried And Tired and the barrier with General Groove.

Tried And Tired was a winner of the Christmas Stakes at Sandown last December and returned from a break with a good fourth behind Politeness at Caulfield on April 18.

“He’s weighted right up to his very best,” Corstens said.

“The 60 kilos is a lot of weight and he will want a lot of luck in running with that weight, but I can’t fault him.

“He had a trial at Kyneton on Friday which I thought was really good.”

General Groove was successful at Flemington on Melbourne Cup day last year before being narrowly defeated in Group Three company at Sandown.

He followed up with a sixth placing behind Rudy in the Villiers Stakes at Randwick in December.

Corstens said General Groove had improved on his first-up eighth at Flemington on April 11.

“They didn’t go that hard and then they left him flat-footed at the finish,” Corstens said.

“He only finished about three lengths off the winner but I was very happy with him.

“The rise to 1200 metres will also be a bonus.”

Both gallopers have been nominated for races Brisbane including the Doomben 10,000 on May 23 and the Stradbroke Handicap on June 6 and Corstens said Tried And Tired was the more likely to head north.

“We’ve entered for both and I think the handicap conditions of the Stradbroke will be better for him,” Corstens said.

“He’ll probably only get 50 kilos and that will be a big difference for him.”

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