Tattersall’s Club Tiara nominations – 2015

View the nominations for the 2015 Sky Racing Tattersall’s Club Tiara. The Sky Racing Tattersall’s Club Tiara will be run on Saturday 20th June at Gold Coast racecourse.

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Of $500,000.1st $320,000, 2nd $100,000, 3rd $50,000, 4th $20,000, 5th $10,000 GROUP 1
Standard Weight for Age, Fillies and Mares, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 5 EM

Horse Sex Age Trainer
2 BOUND FOR EARTH M 4 Toby Edmonds
3 CATKINS M 5 Chris Waller
4 DIADEME (NZ) M 6 Bjorn Baker
5 DUBLIN LASS M 4 Peter & Paul Snowden
7 HAZARD M 5 Lee & Anthony Freedman
8 JAZZ SONG M 4 Mick Price
9 KALANDULA M 4 Bruce W Hill
10 LUMOSTY F 3 Robert Smerdon
11 MADE TO ORDER M 4 Matthew Dunn
12 NAJOOM F 3 Gai Waterhouse
13 PEGGY JEAN F 3 Peter & Paul Snowden
14 PERON M 5 Peter G Moody
15 PLAYTIME M 6 Todd Austin
16 POLITENESS M 4 Robert Smerdon
17 REAL SURREAL M 4 Kelso Wood
18 ROSE OF CHOICE M 5 Peter & Paul Snowden
19 SISTER EMMA M 5 Matthew Dunn
20 SOLICIT M 4 Gerald Ryan
21 SRIKANDI M 4 Ciaron Maher
22 TARLOSHAN (NZ) M 5 Graeme Boyd
23 THUMP M 4 Kris Lees
24 VERGARA M 4 Anthony Cummings



This time next year, trainer Robbie Laing hopes to be preparing Lord Of The Sky for Royal Ascot.

But for now, he is happy to see the four-year-old recovering from a heel injury which ruled him out of the Stradbroke Handicap on June 6.

Laing has taken Lord Of The Sky to the beach near his Cranbourne property with the salt water helping heal the wound with his trainer confident he will be ready to race again in the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield on July 4.

Lord Of The Sky would then head to Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield on July 25 with his main target the first Group One race of the Melbourne spring, the Memsie Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on August 29.

“He’ll go to the Bletchingly and then I’d love to run him in the Memsie and let him run all the stayers off their legs around Caulfield,” Laing said.

Now that Laing has worked out Lord Of The Sky’s health problems he will resist running the rising five-year-old over the hotter, more humid months of summer.

“He’s a thin skinned horse that was sweating and with his asthma on those humid days it didn’t suit,” Laing said.

“That’s why in Sydney, where it was cold and raining, he went super and it was pretty cold in Adelaide too.

“So I think early spring, break, get him ready for next autumn and hopefully go to the King’s Stand this time next year.”

Lord Of The Sky has finished second in his past two Group One contests, getting run down by Chautauqua in the TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick on April 6 before being collared by Flamberge in the Goodwood at Morphettville last month.

He was unplaced in the Oakleigh Plate in February with the winner, Shamal Wind, running in the King’s Stand on Tuesday (Wednesday AEST).

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