Spring Stakes Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Spring Stakes which is to be run at Morphettville racecourse on Saturday 6th, August 2016. View the Spring Stakes Field.

NoHorseTrainerJockeyBarrierWeight
1DAYTONA GREYLeon Macdonald & Andrew GluyasClare Lindop1058.5kg
2RIZIZKen SweeneyTodd Pannell358.5kg
3TASHBEEHDavid & B Hayes & T DabernigMatthew Neilson1258.5kg
4CONSERVATORIUMGary KennewellJoe Bowditch258.5kg
5GAMBLIN’ GURULeon Macdonald & Andrew GluyasJason Holder958.5kg
6KARACATISRichard JollyJake Toeroek658.5kg
7SOOBOOGDarren WeirJohn Allen458.5kg
8KARLOVASIRichard JollyPaul Gatt1158.5kg
9IT’S NO JOKEGrant KluskeJustin Potter158.5kg
10ROCKET COMMANDERWayne Francis & Glen KentDom Tourneur756.5kg
11BEIRUTHenry DwyerJacob Rule556.5kg
12CAVALOCEWill ClarkenMs Jamie Kah856.5kg

News:

A mare who has had a foal is set to make a racetrack reappearance at Flemington.

Five-year-old Asante will be having her second race outing when she lines up in the VRC Member Paul Tamburro Handicap (2000m) on Saturday.

Since her only start at Sale a little less than two years ago, Asante has been to stud where she produced a filly by Crowded House in 2015.

Asante has returned to Pat Carey at Mornington where she has been in work for around six weeks after doing pre-training in West Australia.

“She’s been going all right and she’s had one local trial,” Carey said.

“It’s a small field, she’s a staying bred mare that’s had a solid preparation.”

Asante was scratched from a maiden race at Sale on Wednesday because of the heavy track.

It is unusual for mares to return to racing after foaling although two from a Victorian stable contested the same race at Cranbourne in March.

Alma Yulanda and Gay Skier, prepared by Andrew Sawden, each had foals in 2013 before coming back to the racetrack in 2015.

Gay Skier is still a maiden after 14 starts while Alma Yulanda has one win from six starts.

Asante will be joined at Flemington by stablemate Spur On Gold in the VRC Member Keli Sponner Handicap.

Spur On Gold will be having his first start since running third to Bold Spinner and Master Of Arts over 2400m at Sandown in May.

“He’s a winner at 1200 metres before and I thought his form over ground was excellent before we decided to give him a break,” Carey said.

“He’s still a ratings graded stayer so we’ll work him through the grades and see where he gets to.”

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