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September 22, 2010

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2010 Caulfield Guineas Second Declarations Leave 44 in Contention

Forty-four star three-year-olds remain in contention for the 2010 Caulfield Guineas after second declarations for the Melbourne Spring Carnival feature were taken yesterday, 48 horses dropping out of the race from the first acceptance stage.

The raging favourite to win the Group 1 Caulfield Guineas (1600m) on October 9 is Toorak Toff, who firmed into $5 at Sportsbet following second acceptances yesterday.

Other horses at the top of the market include Ilovethiscity ($5.50) and Anacheeva who firmed from $11 into an $8 Caulfield Guineas chance after the Peter Moody-trained colt beat Toorak Toff in the Caulfield Guineas Prelude last Saturday.

Notable Omissions from 2010 Caulfield Guineas Second Declarations:

  • Altius (Tony Vasil)
  • Giresun (Peter Snowden)
  • Pinker Pinker (Greg Eurell)
  • Praecido (David Payne)
  • Retrieve (Peter Snowden)
  • Shamrocker (Danny O’Brien)
  • Willow Creek (Peter Moody)

Notable absentees from the 2010 Caulfield Guineas second declarations include Tony Vasil’s top colt Altius targeting the Victoria Derby on October 30 instead, while fillies Pinker Pinker and Willow Creek will bypass the race in favour of the Thousand Guineas the following Wednesday.

Altius was one of 88 horses nominated for the 2010 Victoria Derby on Tuesday.

The second acceptances for a number of the other spring majors were also released yesterday.

The 2010 Cox Plate Second Declarations and 2010 Caulfield Cup Second Declarations have left 49 and 71 horses still in contention respectively.

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2010 The Age Caulfield Guineas Second Declarations

# Horse Trainer Ballot Weight (kg)
1 ACE ACOSTA Lee Freedman 1 55.5
2 ANACHEEVA Peter G Moody 2 55.5
3 BULLBARS Peter Snowden 3 55.5
4 CENSOR Lee Freedman 4 55.5
5 CHOOSE GREATNESS Sonny Coombes 5 55.5
6 CONSERVATORIUM Gary Kennewell 6 55.5
7 COSMONAUT Bart Cummings 7 55.5
8 DOMESKY Michael Kent 8 55.5
9 EIKEPT Tony McEvoy 9 55.5
10 EPIC DRAGON Leon Corstens 10 55.5
11 FORT CHAUVEL Anthony Cummings 11 55.5
12 GLACIER KING Peter White 12 55.5
13 GOLDSTONE Bart Cummings 13 55.5
14 HINCHINBROOK Gerald Ryan 14 55.5
15 HOLLOWLEA Terry & Karina O’Sullivan 15 55.5
16 ILOVETHISCITY Grahame Begg 16 55.5
17 IN FAITH David Hayes 17 55.5
18 INTENCION Tony Vasil 18 55.5
19 KUDAKULARI (NZ) Bart Cummings 19 55.5
20 LEGALISTIC David Hayes 20 55.5
21 LIVEANDLETDIE Mark Kavanagh 21 55.5
22 MASQUERADER David Payne 22 55.5
23 MEEZAAH David Hayes 23 55.5
24 MR CHARD Dean Lawson 24 55.5
25 MUCHOS RESPECTOS (NZ) Danny O’Brien 25 55.5
26 MULTAHEM David Hayes 26 55.5
27 PITT STREET David Hayes 27 55.5
28 PROTECTOR Tony McEvoy 28 55.5
29 QUARTERBAR Michael Moroney 29 55.5
30 REKINDLED INTEREST Jim Conlan 30 55.5
31 RENEWED VITALITY John P Thompson 31 55.5
32 RUN FOR LEVI John P Thompson 32 55.5
33 SERIOUSLY GOOD Peter Morgan 33 55.5
34 SERVANT Peter G Moody 34 55.5
35 SKILLED Peter Snowden 35 55.5
36 SMOKIN’ JOEY Lee Freedman 36 55.5
37 STRATOCRACY Michael Moroney 37 55.5
38 SUNDOWN CLOWN David Hayes 38 55.5
39 SWIFT JUDGEMENT Bart Cummings 39 55.5
40 THE BLUES David Hayes 40 55.5
41 THE RUFFIAN Lee Freedman 41 55.5
42 TOO DEADLY Mark Kavanagh 42 55.5
43 TOORAK TOFF Rick Hore-Lacy 43 55.5
44 VALEDICTORIAN David Hayes 44 55.5

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