Stradbroke Handicap results – 2015

Race 8 – 3:37PM AAMI STRADBROKE HANDICAP (1350 METRES)
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.Track Condition: Good 3 Time: 1:18.26 Last 600m: 0:34.18 Timing Method: Electronic INTERIM RESULTS

 

FinishNo.HorseTrainerJockeyMarginBar.WeightStarting Price
114SRIKANDICiaron MaherKerrin McEvoy153kg$12
21BOBANChris WallerGlyn Schofield1.8L658kg$16
35GENERALIFEJohn O’SheaHugh Bowman2L1554.5kg$12
46TEMPLE OF BOOMTony GollanMichael Rodd2.4L1154.5kg$26
52HOT SNITZELPeter & Paul SnowdenBlake Shinn2.5L1255.5kg$17
63SACRED STARTony PikeZac Purton2.7L455kg$8.50
710BIG MONEYRodney NorthamRobert Thompson3.7L753.5kg$21
84SMOKIN’ JOEYWez HunterChris Symons3.8L854.5kg$31
916DELECTATIONChris WallerGlen Boss4L952kg$12
1017eLUMOSTYRobert SmerdonCorey Brown4.1L1050.5kg$6EF
1112FONTELINAAnthony CummingsTim Clark4.3L1453.5kg$101
129KNOYDARTJohn O’SheaJames McDonald4.5L354kg$9
1313EL ROCATrent Busuttin & Natalie YoungTimothy Bell4.8L253.5kg$41
148CHARLIE BOYPeter & Paul SnowdenCraig Williams5L554kg$6EF
1511BLACK HEART BARTVaughn SigleyGlenn Smith8.5L1353.5kg$11
19eFLAMINGO STAR (GER)Chris WallerTommy Berry0
20eRIVA DE LAGORobert Heathcote0
21eTRIED AND TIREDLeon & Troy Corstens0
15FAST ’N’ ROCKINGDavid Hayes & Tom DabernigCraig Newitt0
7LORD OF THE SKYRobbie LaingTommy Berry0
18eROCK STURDYJoseph PrideTim Clark0

 

News:

Champion New Zealand apprentice Rory Hutchings has walked away from Randwick with a win and a suspension.

The 20-year-old, who has an unassailable lead in his third apprentices’ championship across the Tasman, is in Sydney hoping to gain a foothold for the future.

His win on Saturday came on another newcomer to Sydney, New Zealand stayer Sir Mako who has joined the Chris Waller stable.

The gelding scored a three-quarter length win in the 2000m benchmark 78 in the colours of Melbourne and Sydney Cup placegetter Who Shot Thebarman.

But it was Hutchings’ actions at the 200m which caused concern when he moved the horse into a run stewards said was not there, causing interference to several other horses.

Stewards acknowledged there were contributing factors and Hutchings will serve a week after next Saturday.

Waller’s representative Peter Muscutt said he was unsure what the next step would be for Sir Mako.

“He is a typical tough, kiwi stayer and has settled in really well,” Muscutt said.

“He is not unlike Who Shot Thebarman and has a great temperament.

“I’m not sure what Chris has in mind. It’s no man’s land at this time of year to keep going or back off and get ready for the spring.”

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