Weekend Hussler Stakes results – 2015

View the results for today’s 10/10/2015 Listed Weekend Hussler Stakes at Caulfield racecourse.

Race 4 – 2:45PM Perri Cutten Weekend Hussler Stakes (1400 METRES)
Of $120,000.1st $72,000, 2nd $21,600, 3rd $10,800, 4th $5,400, 5th $3,000, 6th $1,440, 7th $1,440, 8th $1,440, 9th $1,440, 10th $1,440 LISTED
Handicap, Minimum Weight 54kg, Apprentices cannot claim.Track Condition: Good 3 Time: 1:24.85 Last 600m: 0:34.42 Timing Method: Electronic INTERIM RESULTS


FinishNo.HorseTrainerJockeyMarginBar.WeightStarting Price
11AMOVATIOChris WallerHugh Bowman960kg$6
23THE BOWLERRobert SmerdonMark Zahra0.2L258.5kg$4.40F
310TRISTRAM’S SUN (NZ)Robbie LaingCraig Williams0.3L354kg$5.50
45RICHIE’S VIBEPaul BesharaCraig Newitt0.5L458kg$9.50
59PAGO ROCKDavid Hayes & Tom DabernigKerrin McEvoy1.75L754kg$8
67MECIRMichael, Wayne & John HawkesDwayne Dunn2.15L655.5kg$12
76STREETS AWAY (NZ)Darren WeirMs Michelle Payne3.4L856.5kg$21
88EXIMIUSMick PriceMichael Dee (a)3.6L155kg$21
94GOOD VALUEMichael KentMichael Walker4.85L558kg$7.50
2RUGGED CROSS (GB)Darren WeirBrad Rawiller0


In-form gelding Lock’s Legend will get his chance in stakes company next year after achieving the rare feat of five open-company wins in a row on Saturday.

Lock’s Legend gave apprentice James Orman a winning double when he won the Harcourts Green Living Handicap (2030m) at Doomben.

Trainer Brian Smith said he would ease Lock’s Legend and set him for the Group Two Brisbane Cup next year.

“I won the race with Balmerino in 1976 and then had to wait 39 years for the next one this year with Jetset Lad,” Smith said.

“But there might not be such a big break this time.

“I nearly spelled him after his last win but he has done too well.”

Smith had a good galloper named Meet George who won five consecutive races in southeast Queensland in 2010-11.

“I was told Meet George died last night so it was probably apt that Lock’s Legend has taken over. It is very hard to win five in a row and especially in the city,” Smith said.

Former Sydney galloper Charge Account ($5.50) finally lived up his owner’s big opinion of him with a display of sustained speed to win the EBD Training Handicap.

Charge Account clocked a sizzling 1min8.66secs and ran home in 33.33secs which made it impossible for the backmarkers to get near him.

The gelding was originally trained by John O’Shea in Sydney and ran in some handy races before a string of failures.

Owner John Cornish, the head of Torryburn Stud, decided to send Charge Account to Deagon trainer Doug Roberts last December.

“John had a very big opinion of Charge Account but there were some problems, nothing serious, with him. That is why he is up here,” Roberts said.

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