Carlyon Cup 2011 – Nominations

February 8, 2011

Carlyon Cup 2011 – Nominations

Twenty horses have been nominated for the 2011 Carlyon Cup this Saturday February 12, 2011.

The Group 3 Carlyon Cup is worth $125,000 in prize money and will this year be run over a distance of 1,600 metres.

Mick Price’s Vivid Vixen is looking for a first-up win after a stellar last preparation where she won four of her six starts.

Robert Hickmott is represented in the nominations by Cornish, Fergus McIver, Mourayan and Stillman.

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Stillman is looking to break a seven run drought, failing to win a race since his first start in October, 2008.

Hickmott’s other hope Mourayan is attempting the 1,600 metre distance after placing third last start over 3,200 metres.

David Hayes’ French horse Laristan has also been nominated for the 2011 Carlyon Cup, which will be only his second race on Australian soil.

Laristan finished fourth in his first race at Flemington behind Steve Richard’s Playwright on November 6, 2010.

Laristan will be hoping to use the 2011 Carlyon Cup as a lead up to the 2011 Australian Cup for which he is also nominated.

Hanks, trained by Peter Moody, will also be looking for a good practice ahead of the 2011 Australian Cup.

Moody will be hoping the four-year-old gelding can turn his form around, having not won a race in almost 28 months.

Jim Conlan’s Larry’s Never Late, Brian JenkinsStole and Lee Freedman’s Ajhar are also amongst the nominations for the 2011 Carlyon Cup.

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2011 Carlyon Cup Nominations

No Horse Trainer Handicapper
1 ADNOCON Gerald Ryan 96
2 AJHAR (USA) Lee Freedman 89
3 APPREHEND Tony Vasil 93
4 CORNISH (IRE) Robert Hickmott 82
5 FERGUS MCIVER (IRE) Robert Hickmott 85
6 HANKS Peter G Moody 93
7 ITS PRINCE Robbie Griffiths 93
8 LARISTAN (FR) David Hayes 89
9 LARRY’S NEVER LATE (NZ) Jim Conlan 103
10 LORD PYRUS (NZ) Judy Mawer 80
11 MISS DARCEY Anthony Cummings 89
12 MOUDRE Ciaron Maher 106
13 MOURAYAN (IRE) Robert Hickmott 104
14 MY BENTLEY (NZ) Michael Kent 97
15 SCENIC SHOT Daniel Morton 113
16 STILLMAN (USA) Robert Hickmott 75
17 STOLE (NZ) Brian Jenkins 74
18 VIVID VIXEN (NZ) Mick Price 93
19 VOILE ROUGE (NZ) David Hayes 86
20 WIND SHEAR Dale Sutton 94

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