Tattersall’s Stakes Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Tattersall’s Stakes which is to be run at Gold Coast on Saturday 20th, June 2015 at 1:17PM. View the Tattersall’s Stakes Field.

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Of $100,000.1st $64,000, 2nd $20,000, 3rd $10,000, 4th $4,000, 5th $2,000 LISTED
Set Weights, Two-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 5 EM

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 WICKED INVESTMENT Paul Butterworth Brad Pengelly 13 57kg
2 OLJA Brad Herne Ric McMahon 12 57kg
3 SHOTACROSS THE BOW David Murphy 3 57kg
4 TRINCANTO (NZ) Darryl Hansen 9 57kg
5 FALLOCH Bryan Guy Zac Purton 2 57kg
6 LIEDER John O’Shea Hugh Bowman 15 57kg
7 THE UMBRELLA MAN Tony Gollan Timothy Bell 1 57kg
8 LADY NO MORE Ian Livingstone Michael Hellyer 6 55kg
9 STAR OF NIGHT David Kelly Paul Hammersley 7 55kg
10 HARLEM RIVER Gai Waterhouse Tommy Berry 5 55kg
11 SUGAR HIT Liam Birchley Jeff Lloyd 8 55kg
12 A REAL HEARTBREAKA John P Thompson Ryan Wiggins 4 55kg
13 POSITIVE CHARGE Bryce Heys Kerrin McEvoy 14 55kg
14 MATERNAL John O’Shea 10 55kg
15 NILETTE Noel Doyle 11 55kg



A well-bred colt related to two Group One winners is likely to kick off his career at Pakenham on Friday.

Wind Force, a two-year-old by Fastnet Rock out of Nicola Lass, is nominated for Moonee Valley on Saturday as well as Pakenham but co-trainer Tom Dabernig says the latter is the likely venue.

A half-brother to Group One winners Niconero and Nicconi, Wind Force races in the colours of Coolmore Stud.

Niconero and Nicconi, trained by Dabernig’s uncle and partner David Hayes, are the best-performed horses out of the mare, with Niconero a multiple Group One winner including the 2009 Australian Cup.

Nicconi won two Group One sprints and also competed at Royal Ascot in 2010, finishing fourth in the King’s Stand Stakes.

Wind Force is expected to be better as a three-year-old but will get his chance to try to post a late season win as a juvenile.

“He’s certainly a lovely colt,” Dabernig said.

“He hasn’t got the blistering speed like Nicconi but he’s definitely a nice colt.

“I think he’ll be competitive, and I think we’ll see the best of him at three.”

Hayes is in England where he is preparing to start triple Group One winner Criterion in Wednesday’s Prince Of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Hayes has been overseeing the horse’s final preparations for his biggest test yet.

“All reports from David are that he’s very happy with him, the horse is in great order,” Dabernig said.

“He couldn’t be better heading into the race, so fingers crossed.”

Criterion has won the Group One Queen Elizabeth Stakes in Sydney and finished third in the QEII Cup in Hong Kong at his past two starts.

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