Stradbroke Handicap Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Stradbroke Handicap which is to be run at Eagle Farm racecourse on Saturday 11th, June 2016. View the Stradbroke Handicap Field.

NoHorseTrainerJockeyBarrierWeight
1BLACK HEART BARTDarren WeirBrad Rawiller058kg
2DELECTATIONChris WallerJames McDonald057kg
3MALAGUERRALee & Anthony FreedmanHugh Bowman056kg
4MUSIC MAGNATE (NZ)Bjorn BakerKerrin McEvoy055.5kg
5AZKADELLIA (NZ)Ciaron MaherDamien Oliver054.5kg
6CHARLIE BOYPeter & Paul SnowdenTommy Berry054.5kg
7UNDER THE LOUVRERobert SmerdonDwayne Dunn054.5kg
8SACRED STARTony Pike054.5kg
9BIG MONEYRodney NorthamRobert Thompson054kg
10HOOKEDJohn P ThompsonTye Angland054kg
11CHARMED HARMONYJohn SadlerChad Schofield053kg
12COUNTERATTACKChris WallerJoao Moreira052.5kg
13PRECIOUS GEMHenry DwyerTim Clark052.5kg
14TWO BLUEKristen BuchananMs Tegan Harrison052kg
15KAEPERNICKMichael, Wayne & John HawkesChristian Reith052kg
16ARTLEETodd WillanMitchell Bell052kg
17TAKEDOWNGary MooreJason Taylor050.5kg
18THE VIRGINIANToby Edmonds050.5kg

News:

Leading trainer David Hayes has called for a synthetic track to be installed in the north-eastern region of country Victoria.

He made the comment after Wangaratta’s meeting on Thursday was abandoned and transferred to Wodonga next Tuesday.

Hayes tweeted through the Lindsay Park account that a synthetic track was desperately needed.

“We seem to lose more meetings/trials than are held in the north east during winter months,” Lindsay Park said.

With Wangaratta abandoned and the meeting transferred to Wodonga, Racing Victoria announced a replacement meeting on the Polytrack at Pakenham for Thursday.

Paul Bloodworth, RV’s racing operations manager, said Wangaratta was inspected on Tuesday and deemed unsuitable for racing after rain over the past week.

“We explored all possible options to retain the meeting in north-east Victoria but that was not possible,” he said.

“The entire race program that was scheduled at Wangaratta will be moved to Tuesday and it’s expected that the Wodonga track will dry out before then to provide north-east trainers and owners opportunities to race.”

RV is under no illusions that support for the Pakenham meeting on Thursday may be minimal.

Nominations close at 9am on Wednesday with acceptances at noon.

A minimum of six acceptors per race and a minimum of six races are needed for the meeting to go ahead.

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