The Bart Cummings Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 The Bart Cummings which is to be run at Flemington on Sunday 4th, October 2015 at 3:30PM. View the Bart Cummings.

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Race 6 – 3:30PM The Bart Cummings (2520 METRES)
Of $300,000.1st $180,000, 2nd $54,000, 3rd $27,000, 4th $13,500, 5th $7,500, 6th $6,000, 7th $6,000, 8th $6,000 GROUP 3
Quality, Minimum Weight 54kg, Apprentices cannot claim.

Field Limit: 16 + 4 EM

NoHorseTrainerJockeyBarrierWeight
1OUR IVANHOWE (GER)Lee & Anthony FreedmanBen Melham160kg
2PRECEDENCE (NZ)James CummingsBlake Shinn357kg
3HAWKSPURChris WallerHugh Bowman656kg
4CRAFTY CRUISERBryce Stanaway954.5kg
5FOUNDRY (IRE)Robert HickmottCraig Williams454.5kg
6LA AMISTADMichael, Wayne & John HawkesJames Winks1754kg
7LET’S MAKE ADEALNigel BlackistonDwayne Dunn1154kg
8LIKE A CAROUSELKen KeysLuke Currie1354kg
9SONNTAGHenry DwyerMichael Dee (a)1254kg
10BOLD SNIPER (GB)David Hayes & Tom DabernigChris Parnham1854kg
11CAFE SOCIETY (FR)Gai Waterhouse1554kg
12KAPOUR (IRE)Ciaron MaherTommy Berry1654kg
13MAYGROVEMurray Baker754kg
14RENEW (IRE)Archie AlexanderDean Yendall554kg
15DE LITTLE ENGINEDanny O’Brien1454kg
16WEXFORD TOWN (IRE)Robert HickmottDamian Lane1054kg
17eAT FIRST SIGHT (IRE)Darren WeirGlen Boss254kg
18eMISTER IMPATIENCE (GB)Michael Moroney854kg

News:

The stewards’ report says Perignon might have had an excuse for her last-start fifth in the Tea Rose Stakes but her trainer still expected more from the filly.

Perignon gets the chance to live up to Gerald Ryan’s expectations in Saturday’s Group One Flight Stakes (1600m) at Randwick.

After the Tea Rose, Perignon was found to have a poor post-race recovery and a case of the thumps – a condition which results in irregular spasms of the diaphragm and is sometimes compared to hiccups in humans.

“She’s as good as gold,” Ryan said. “At the time I thought she was disappointing.

“She loomed up as if she was going to win by two lengths and didn’t go on with it.

“They said she had a poor recovery rate but she’s fine now.”

In the absence of Speak Fondly who ran second in the Golden Rose a week before, the Group Two Tea Rose (1400m) was won by Godolphin filly Pearls who is among Perignon’s opposition in the Flight.

The Gai Waterhouse-trained Speak Fondly is the TAB’s early favourite at $2.80 ahead of Pearls at $6.

Waterhouse will have a strong hand with Tea Rose third-placed Kimberley Star, and stablemates Flamboyant Lass and Sempre Libera among the 12 Flight Stakes entries.

Perignon, who is a $15 chance, has twice finished second to Speak Fondly, once as a two-year-old in the Magic Night Stakes and again in the Furious Stakes in her first start of the season.

The race will determine whether Perignon keeps going further into the spring.

“First we have to see how she handles the 1600 metres. I’ve always thought she would but you don’t know till you try them,” he said.

“But you used to be able to go from the Flight to the Thousand Guineas ten days later.

“Now they have the Guineas on the Saturday it’s too hard to back up a week later in Melbourne and there’s not that much around up here for her.

“Saturday will tell us what to do.”

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