Vo Rogue Plate Field – 2015

The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Vo Rogue Plate which is to be run at Gold Coast on Saturday 26th, December 2015 at 4:17PM. View the Vo Rogue Plate Field.


No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 LE CHEF Darryl Hansen Luke Tarrant (a) 7 57kg
2 DRAM OF RED Matthew Dunn Jeff Lloyd 17 57kg
3 REAL GOOD Trevor Miller Michael Cahill 10 57kg
4 MOST IMPORTAN Tony Gollan Ms Tegan Harrison 18 57kg
5 IN HIS STRIDE Rex Lipp 8 57kg
6 SHOTACROSS THE BOW David Murphy 4 57kg
7 PERFECT DARE Matthew Dunn 1 57kg
8 PRIVLAKA Robert Heathcote Damian Browne 3 57kg
9 ALWAYS SACRED Toby Edmonds Regan Bayliss (a) 5 57kg
10 PEPPERANO Liam Birchley 12 55kg
11 SINGLE GAZ Nick Olive Dwayne Dunn 20 55kg
12 MADOTTI Matthew Dunn Tye Angland 2 55kg
13 STAR OF NIGHT David Kelly Daniel Griffin 14 55kg
14 SOLD FOR SONG Kevin Kemp James Orman (a) 11 55kg
15 EGYPTIAN SYMBOL Bjorn Baker Glyn Schofield 13 55kg
16 SWEET REDEMPTION Gai Waterhouse Kerrin McEvoy 15 55kg
17e MY GIRL HAYLEY Tony Gollan Jim Byrne 16 55kg
18e MAGIC I AM Toby Edmonds 6 55kg
19e MILITARY MISS Gillian Heinrich 9 55kg
20e MEMPHIS GIRL Trevor Whittington Jason Taylor 19 55kg


Trainers Danny O’Brien and Mark Kavanagh have vowed to fight any bans handed down by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board in relation to their cobalt charges.

The RAD Board will deliver its decisions in the cases against the trainers and vet Tom Brennan on Wednesday.

Both trainers have written to their owners saying they will take their fight to court, citing procedural flaws.

Brennan, the former vet for both trainers, has admitted adding a substance to IV drips given to horses in the stables last year but has denied knowing it contained high levels of cobalt.

The cases against the trainers and Brennan revolve around illegal cobalt levels detected in four horses from the O’Brien stable and one trained by Kavanagh.

Both trainers have pleaded not guilty while Brennan has pleaded guilty to all but the most serious charge of administration of cobalt to affect the performance of a horse.

Brennan has already been disqualified by Racing NSW stewards for his involvement in the case against Sydney trainer Sam Kavanagh.

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