TBV Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 TBV Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes. The TBV Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes will be run on Saturday 12th March at Flemington racecourse.

Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 BALTIC AMBER F 2 Peter G Moody
2 CONCEALER F 2 Tony McEvoy
3 CONSCIOUS F 2 Leon & Troy Corstens
4 DEZURI F 2 Stuart Webb
5 EMPHATICALLY F 2 Ciaron Maher
6 GLORIETTE F 2 John O’Shea
7 JOAN CONSTANCE F 2 Luke Oliver
8 LAUNCHED F 2 Brent Stanley
9 LEGLESS VEUVE (NZ) F 2 Stuart Webb
10 LET ’EM HOWL F 2 Brent Stanley
11 MERIDIAN STAR F 2 Richard Laming
12 RIVER GODDESS F 2 Peter G Moody
13 SELENIA F 2 Robbie Griffiths
14 SISTER SYLVIA F 2 Peter G Moody
15 SO SERENE F 2 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
16 SOVIET SECRET F 2 Sam Pritchard-Gordon
17 SUSPENDERS F 2 Gerald Ryan
18 TALE OF CHOICE F 2 Gerald Ryan
19 THYME FOR ROSES F 2 Gai Waterhouse
20 VAINGLORIOUS F 2 Steve Richards
21 ZAMZAM F 2 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig

News:

Profiler and Ultimate Dreamer will both head to Sydney for the $400,000 Country Championship after running one-two in the series heat at Grafton.

Trained by Stephen Lee at Ballina, Profiler ($4.80) held out Ultimate Dreamer ($5) by a short neck on Sunday.

Lee was thrilled with the effort and particularly pleased to see how well the sometimes nervy Profiler settled in the race.

“It’s great to see him run the 1400 (metres) and to carry 59 (kg) to do it,” Lee told Sky Thoroughbred Central.

“The aim was to get him to settle.

“He has just done so well since his last win and when the horse he beat won yesterday, I knew we were right in this race.”

The five-year-old beat Liberation in a race at the Gold Coast on February 24 with the runner-up a winner at Doomben on Saturday.

Profiler is raced by June Baker who also has horses with Goulburn trainer Danny Williams who has a couple of candidates for the owner heading to the last chance heat at Muswellbrook, a week before the final at Randwick on April 2.

Brisbane-based Tegan Harrison returned to the Northern Rivers to ride Profiler.

“He settled a lot better than I was anticipating,” Harrison said.

“The gate had a lot to do with it.”

Profiler came out of gate three while the Jim Jarvis-trained Ultimate Dreamer jumped from 12.

“It was a bit unfortunate we drew wide and I think she wilted on her run,” trainer Jim Jarvis said.

“We had to do a bit more work.”

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