The Final Field has been released for the 2015 TV Stakes which is to be run at Flemington on Thursday 5th, November 2015 at 2:40PM. View the TV Stakes Field.
|Race 5 – 2:40PM TCL Curved TV Stakes (1800 METRES)|
|Of $150,000.1st $90,000, 2nd $27,000, 3rd $13,500, 4th $6,750, 5th $3,750, 6th $3,000, 7th $3,000, 8th $3,000 LISTED
Set Weights plus Penalties, Three-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.
This race carries a SUPER VOBIS Nominators Bonus of $10,000 for qualified horses.
Field Limit: 16 + 4 EM
|1||RAGNAAR (NZ)||Lee & Anthony Freedman||Blake Shinn||15||56kg|
|2||LOYALTY MAN||Michael Moroney||Jake Noonan||12||56kg|
|3||SEA OF TRANQUILITY||Matt Laurie||Damien Oliver||17||56kg|
|4||WAR LEGEND (NZ)||Michael Moroney||Craig Newitt||14||56kg|
|5||KRYPTONIAN||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig||Dwayne Dunn||8||56kg|
|6||HURSLEY (NZ)||Chris Waller||Craig Williams||10||56kg|
|7||BULLISH STOCK (NZ)||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig||Kerrin McEvoy||3||56kg|
|8||BAHEEJ||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig||Michael Walker||2||56kg|
|9||DUKE OF BONEO (NZ)||Darren Weir||Brad Rawiller||1||56kg|
|10||SOUND THE TRUMPET (NZ)||Robbie Laing||Chris Parnham||11||56kg|
|11||FREEDOMS||Mick Price||Hugh Bowman||6||56kg|
|12||BENGAL CAT||John Sadler||Glen Boss||16||54kg|
|13||ASHLEE MARIE||Richard Laming||Steven King||9||54kg|
|14||TAVI BAY (NZ)||Henry Dwyer||James McDonald||4||54kg|
|15||MA RAISON (NZ)||Nigel Blackiston||Luke Currie||5||54kg|
|16||HOLY LULA (NZ)||Jim Conlan||Patrick Moloney (a)||13||54kg|
|17e||ECLAIR SHADOW (NZ)||Robbie Laing||7||56kg|
Red Cadeaux will not undergo surgery in the immediate future for his career-ending injury in the Melbourne Cup.
The three-time Cup runner-up was pulled out of Tuesday’s race in the final stages after suffering an injury to his left fore fetlock.
Trainer Ed Dunlop’s assistant Robin Trevor-Jones said Red Cadeaux’s leg was placed in a cast after he arrived at the Werribee veterinary clinic on Tuesday evening, adding there was no rush to operate on the popular gelding.
“At the moment they’re just holding fire on that,” Trevor-Jones said.
“Experts from around the world have said if you don’t want to race him again, strap him up, let it heal naturally.
“There’s no rush to operate, but later they might feel they have to get the sesamoid back together.
“Any injury like that, he’s got to get through it, but it’s more brightness than dullness.
“There’s not a lot anyone can do. Time is a great healer.”
Trevor-Jones said Red Cadeaux was sedated on course and after that wore off, he was eating and wandering around his box.
He says owner Ronald Arculli wants the best possible medical care for Red Cadeaux so he can live out the rest of his life in Australia at Living Legends when he recovers.
Red Cadeaux was subjected to a vigorous veterinary examination before the Cup and there was no suggestion there was anything wrong with the gelding before Tuesday’s race.
“We wouldn’t have run him if there was,” Trevor-Jones said.
“(Dr) Brian Stewart watched him jog up here, so it’s just a freak accident that can happen to any horse.”
Trevor-Jones said the quick thinking of jockey Gerald Mosse had probably saved Red Cadeaux’s life.
He said the veterinary staff had got to the gelding quickly and lifted the injured leg off the ground, preventing further damage before placing the leg in a splint.
To compound a poor Melbourne Cup for the Dunlop stable, fourth placegetter Trip To Paris was badly stripped on his left hind leg and also lost a shoe.
“It wasn’t a great Melbourne Cup for us but as long as the horses are OK, we’ll live to fight another day,” Trevor-Jones said.
“The doctor said his leg will be perfectly OK but we’ve just got to keep the infection out and make sure there’s no bruising in the tendon as well.
“Whether he goes on to Japan or Hong Kong or whether he goes home next week to England, that’s a decision for the trainer.”