Stradbroke Handicap Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 AAMI Stradbroke Handicap which is to be run at Doomben on Saturday 6th, June 2015 at 3:37PM. View the AAMI Stradbroke Handicap Field.

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Of $2,000,000.1st $1,280,000, 2nd $400,000, 3rd $200,000, 4th $80,000, 5th $40,000 GROUP 1
Handicap, Minimum Weight 50.5kg, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 5 EM

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 BOBAN Chris Waller Glyn Schofield 0 58kg
2 HOT SNITZEL Peter & Paul Snowden Blake Shinn 0 55.5kg
3 SACRED STAR Tony Pike Zac Purton 0 55kg
4 SMOKIN’ JOEY Wez Hunter Chris Symons 0 54.5kg
5 GENERALIFE John O’Shea Hugh Bowman 0 54.5kg
6 TEMPLE OF BOOM Tony Gollan Michael Rodd 0 54.5kg
7 LORD OF THE SKY Robbie Laing Tommy Berry 0 54kg
8 CHARLIE BOY Peter & Paul Snowden Craig Williams 0 54kg
9 KNOYDART John O’Shea James McDonald 0 54kg
10 BIG MONEY Rodney Northam Robert Thompson 0 53.5kg
11 BLACK HEART BART Vaughn Sigley Glenn Smith 0 53.5kg
12 FONTELINA Anthony Cummings 0 53.5kg
13 EL ROCA Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 0 53.5kg
14 SRIKANDI Ciaron Maher Kerrin McEvoy 0 53kg
15 FAST ’N’ ROCKING David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Craig Newitt 0 53kg
16 DELECTATION Chris Waller Glen Boss 0 52kg
17e LUMOSTY Robert Smerdon Corey Brown 0 50.5kg
18e ROCK STURDY Joseph Pride Tim Clark 0 53kg
19e FLAMINGO STAR (GER) Chris Waller Tommy Berry 0 53kg
20e RIVA DE LAGO Robert Heathcote 0 52kg
21e TRIED AND TIRED Leon & Troy Corstens 0 52kg


Lord Of The Sky is set to take his place in the Stradbroke Handicap, but trainer Robbie Laing is yet to lock in a rider for the $ 2 million race.

Laing confirmed on Tuesday that Lord Of The Sky would start in Saturday’s 1350m race at Doomben after working “brilliantly” at Cranbourne and he said the horse would be flown to Brisbane on Friday.

Damien Oliver has ridden Lord Of The Sky in his past two Group One starts for seconds in the TJ Smith Stakes and The Goodwood.

Laing said the champion jockey Oliver was staying in Melbourne to ride at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

With Laing deciding to run the sprinter on what is expected to be a good-rated track, it leaves Stradbroke favourite Lumosty in danger of missing a start.

The Robert Smerdon-trained filly will be left as a likely first emergency if El Roca also accepts on Wednesday.

Laing was delighted with the way Lord Of The Sky worked on Tuesday in the clockwise direction and even more so by the way he pulled up from the gallop.

“I’ve been training him towards it and then we just didn’t know how the field was going to stand up,” Laing said.

“I was originally pretty frightened of Our Boy Malachi but he’s gone by the wayside and then I was a bit worried about Gai’s horse (Gai Waterhouse-trained Najoom) and it is not going to accept.

“It’s fallen away a bit and he’s in such good health and he worked brilliantly again this morning.

“His last three starts have all been at Group One level, he brings really good Group One form to the race and he drops to 54 kilos.”

Lord Of The Sky finished fourth in the Newmarket Handicap three starts ago before his seconds in the TJ Smith and The Goodwood.

If Lumusty does not gain a start in the Stradbroke on Saturday she will run in the Dane Ripper Stakes on the same program before heading to the Group One Tattersall’s Tiara.

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