Summer Sprint Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Summer Sprint which is to be run at Randwick on Saturday 16th, January 2016 at 4:25PM. View the Summer Sprint Field.

 

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 BIG MONEY Rodney Northam Koby Jennings (a3/56kg) 5 63kg
2 DIAMOND OASIS Joseph Pride James McDonald 6 59.5kg
3 BOSS LANE Ron Quinton Andrew Adkins (a3/50kg) 4 59kg
4 TAHITIAN BLACK David Pfieffer Tommy Berry 9 54.5kg
5 INSIDE JOB David Pfieffer Tim Clark 2 54kg
6 FELINES Kris Lees Brenton Avdulla 10 54kg
7 GOJO MIMO Brad Herne Jason Collett 8 54kg
8 FAB FEVOLA Dean Binaisse 7 54kg
9 EARTHLY TIGER Mark Sues Ms Winona Costin (a1.5/50kg) 3 54kg
10 ROLSTON Pat O’Grady 1 54kg

News:

Adelaide trainer Richard Jolly has decided against a trip to Melbourne for three horses this weekend including in-form Enduro.

Enduro, winner of three in a row in Adelaide this campaign, was nominated for Saturday’s Listed Chester Manifold Stakes (1400m) at Flemington but will remain home to run over 1200m at Morphettville.

Kushadasi will line up in Sunday’s Strathalbyn Cup in preference to a strong 2000m race in Melbourne while three-year-old Heartz Ablaze will also run at Morphettville.

“The races looked a bit tough and I just thought they were probably better suited here (in South Australia),” Jolly said.

Jolly said the fact there was a suitable 1200m race in Adelaide swayed him to keep Enduro there instead of stepping up to stakes grade in Melbourne.

“I just wanted to have a look at the race and if there wasn’t an option here I probably would have rolled the dice and sent him, but we’ve got an option here,” he said.

“We weighed it up and thought it was better to concentrate on here with him.”

Jolly said the Strathalbyn Cup was a better option for 2014 South Australian Derby winner Kushadasi than taking on the likes of Signoff at Flemington.

The Darren Weir-trained Signoff, first-up winner of the Listed Lord Stakes on Boxing Day, headlines nominations for Saturday’s 2000m handicap at Flemington.

Lidari, runner-up to his stablemate in the Lord Stakes, is also nominated for the 2000m race.

The Chester Manifold Stakes has 15 nominations.

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