The Final Field has been released for the 2015 Wyong Magic Millions Classic which is to be run at Wyong on Thursday 17th, December 2015 at 4:30PM. View the Wyong Magic Millions Classic Field.
|1||CLARO EL BANCO||Jason Petch||Craig Newitt||6||56.5kg|
|2||CAPITALIST||Peter & Paul Snowden||Blake Shinn||3||56.5kg|
|3||PREFERITO||Gai Waterhouse||Tim Clark||8||56.5kg|
|4||NICCOLANCE||Peter & Paul Snowden||Koby Jennings (a)||4||56.5kg|
|5||MANDALONG BENET||Gary Nickson||Andrew Banks||1||56.5kg|
|6||CONCHITA||Paul Perry||Thomas Huet||10||54.5kg|
|7||MAGICAL MILLY||Brent Stanley||Brenton Avdulla||7||54.5kg|
|8||AGHNA||Gabrielle Englebrecht||Tye Angland||9||54.5kg|
|9||MANDALONG BELLE||Gary Nickson||Brodie Loy (a)||5||54.5kg|
|10||TICKLING||Kim Waugh||Kerrin McEvoy||2||54.5kg|
A hearing into allegations one of trainer Peter Moody’s horses returned elevated cobalt levels after placing in a major spring carnival race continues on Wednesday.
Moody has pleaded not guilty to three cobalt charges.
The trainer’s lawyer, Matthew Stirling, told Victoria’s Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Tuesday that Lidari had been given Availa, an oral treatment to help horses with shelly or cracked hooves, in the lead-up to his second place in the 2014 Turnbull Stakes.
Lidari returned levels of 380mcg per litre of urine and 410mcg – well above the legal threshold of 200mcg.
Mr Stirling said tests on the bag of Availa used on Lidari showed higher cobalt levels than stated by the manufacturer.
Trainers Lee and Shannon Hope have appealed their respective three and five-year disqualifications for cobalt use while Mark Kavanagh and Danny O’Brien will learn of their penalties on Friday.
Vet Tom Brennan has admitted adding Vitamin Complex to IV drips given to horses in the Kavanagh and O’Brien stables but has denied knowing it contained high levels of cobalt.