Winter Stayers Series Final Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Winter Stayers Series Final which is to be run at Ipswich racecourse on Saturday 18th, June 2016. View the Winter Stayers Series Final Field.

NoHorseTrainerJockeyBarrierWeight
1CAILLEBOTTE (IRE)Matthew Dunn1758kg
2AMEXED (NZ)Tony GollanRobbie Fradd556.5kg
3ARTIBAI (GB)Kris LeesDamian Browne856.5kg
4ZIMBALI (FR)Kelly Schweida756.5kg
5ALL CLEARNoel DoyleJim Byrne654kg
6COASTAL GEM (NZ)Greg Howells1154kg
7KOBI CREEKMark PalmerJames Orman (a)254kg
8CANONGATEBrian SmithAndrew Spinks1254kg
9DENONINATORJohn Symons & Sheila LaxonMs Sarah Eilbeck (a)1854kg
10MR SCARYAndrew Cowell1654kg
11BETTERTHANYOUTHINKScott MorriseyRyan Wiggins1354kg
12JIMMY HOFFA (NZ)Bevan LamingMichael Cahill1054kg
13TEQUILA SLAMMER (NZ)Paul DawsonJosh Oliver (a)454kg
14EL TOBY (NZ)Paul RobbinsJeff Lloyd154kg
15OUTSTRIPBrad HerneRic McMahon1454kg
16WIMPOLE STREET (IRE)Louise White954kg
17eMANDRYKASteve Tregea354kg
18eSLALOMBrett Sturgess1554kg

News:

The battle for the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership continues at Sandown with Dwayne Dunn holding a slender lead over Craig Williams.

Dunn heads into Wednesday’s meeting, one of 13 city meetings left for the season, with a two-win advantage over Williams.

After missing Saturday’s Flemington meeting to go to Brisbane where he won the Stradbroke Handicap on Under The Louvre, Dunn has seven scheduled rides while Williams has six.

Williams has won four Melbourne premierships while Dunn is looking to claim his first when the season ends on July 31.

Damien Oliver, a 10-time premiership winner, is eight wins behind Dunn in third place and has conceded he can’t add another title this season.

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