Updated Melbourne Cup Order Of Entry – Ibicenco Receives 1kg Penalty

October 24, 2013

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Updated Melbourne Cup Order Of Entry – Ibicenco Receives 1kg Penalty

OTI Racing-owned Ibicenco has received a one kilogram penalty for the 2013 Melbourne Cup after his grinding victory in the Group 3 Geelong Cup (2400m) yesterday.

Ibicenco earnt a one kilogram penalty for the Melbourne Cup after his victory in the Group 3 Geelong Cup.

Ibicenco earnt a one kilogram penalty for the Melbourne Cup after his victory in the Group 3 Geelong Cup. Photo by: Horse Racing Photos Australia

Ibicenco was on the second line of Geelong Cup betting markets but was too strong in the final stages of the race for a brave Verdant; with the leading pair clearing away from the rest of the field that included well-tried favourite Forgotten Voice who finished a disappointing fifth.

The Peter Moody-trained gelding is still not assured of gaining a start in the 2013 Melbourne Cup field but has climbed above a number of talented stayers, such as Forgotten Voice, Jet Away and My Quest For Peace, to be 35th in the Melbourne Cup order of entry with a weight of 53kg.

There were calls for Ibicenco not to be awarded a penalty for his Geelong Cup victory, with a number of racing experts claiming that the field was not strong enough to warrant a penalty, but Racing Victoria Chief Handicapper Greg Carpenter believed that the son of Shirocco deserved a penalty for his strong staying performance.

“Ibicenco underlined his staying ability by proving too strong at the finish of yesterday’s Geelong Cup that was run in testing conditions,” Carpenter told Racing Victoria.

“There was a significant margin back to Moudre in third place and with the 1kg penalty Ibicenco moves 0.5kg above Moudre (52.5kg) in the handicap having beaten him at level weights yesterday.

“The record of Geelong Cup winners has been outstanding in recent years in the Melbourne Cup with the three winners and two runners-up from the last eight to contest the race.”

Media Puzzle (2002), Americain (2010) and Dunaden (2011)  all went on to win the Melbourne Cup after receiving a penalty for winning the Geelong Cup but last year’s winner Gatewood was unable to earn a start in the field – despite being given a one kilogram penalty.

The updated 2013 Melbourne Cup Order Of Entry can be found in the table below.

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 2013 Melbourne Cup Order Of Entry

# Horse Trainer Ballot Weight Hcp Rating
1 DUNADEN (FR) Mikel Delzangles 2 58.5kg 118
2 GREEN MOON (IRE) Robert Hickmott 3 57.5kg 116
3 RED CADEAUX (GB) Ed Dunlop 5 56.5kg 114
4 SEA MOON (GB) Robert Hickmott 6 56.5kg 113
5 IT’S A DUNDEEL (NZ) Murray Baker 4 56kg 116
6 MANIGHAR (FR) Peter G Moody 7 56kg 113
7 BROWN PANTHER (GB) Tom Dascombe 14 55kg 110
8 FIORENTE (IRE) Gai Waterhouse 10 55kg 112
9 FORETELLER (GB) Chris Waller 15 55kg 112
10 DANDINO (GB) Marco Botti 17 54.5kg 110
11 ETHIOPIA Pat Carey 16 54.5kg 110
12 FAWKNER Robert Hickmott 1 54.5kg 107
13 MOURAYAN (IRE) Robert Hickmott 20 54.5kg 110
14 PUISSANCE DE LUNE (IRE) Darren Weir 21 54.5kg 111
15 SANGSTER (NZ) Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 18 54.5kg 110
16 SEVILLE (GER) Robert Hickmott 22 54.5kg 107
17 SUPER COOL Mark Kavanagh 8 54.5kg 113
18 MASKED MARVEL (GB) Robert Hickmott 27 54kg 108
19 MOUNT ATHOS (IRE) Luca Cumani 25 54kg 109
20 ROYAL EMPIRE (IRE) Saeed Bin Suroor 26 54kg 109
21 VOLEUSE DE COEURS (IRE) Michael Moroney 9 54kg 110
22 WALDPARK (GER) Anthony Freedman 28 54kg 109
23 GLENCADAM GOLD (IRE) Gai Waterhouse 30 53.5kg 108
24 HAWKSPUR Chris Waller 12 53.5kg 110
25 MR MOET Adam Durrant 33 53.5kg 108
26 SIMENON (IRE) William Mullins 32 53.5kg 107
27 TANBY Robert Hickmott 31 53.5kg 107
28 IBICENCO (GER) Peter G Moody 35 53kg 103
29 JET AWAY (GB) David Hayes 38 53kg 106
30 KELINNI (IRE) Chris Waller 34 53kg 109
31 MORIARTY (IRE) Chris Waller 37 53kg 110
32 MY QUEST FOR PEACE (IRE) Peter G Moody 36 53kg 106
33 VEREMA (FR) Alain de Royer Dupre 19 53kg 110
34 BRIGANTIN (USA) Pat Carey 40 52.5kg 104
35 FORGOTTEN VOICE (IRE) Nicky Henderson 41 52.5kg 105
36 MOUDRE Ciaron Maher 42 52.5kg 103
37 MR O’CEIRIN (NZ) Ciaron Maher 39 52.5kg 103
38 SILENT ACHIEVER (NZ) Roger James 24 52.5kg 112
39 JULIENAS (IRE) Gai Waterhouse 43 52kg 108
40 KESAMPOUR (FR) Peter G Moody 61 52kg 101
41 PRECEDENCE (NZ) Bart & James Cummings 45 52kg 102
42 QUINTESSENTIAL (NZ) John Sargent 29 52kg 106
43 ROYAL DESCENT Chris Waller 11 52kg 107
44 SNEAK A PEEK (ITY) Peter G Moody 44 52kg 105
45 MASSIYN (IRE) Robert Hickmott 47 51.5kg 100
46 TUSCAN FIRE Dan O’Sullivan 46 51.5kg 102
47 DEAR DEMI Clarry Conners 23 51kg 104
48 POLISH KNIGHT (NZ) Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes 49 51kg 95
49 TRES BLUE (IRE) Gai Waterhouse 13 51kg 110
50 ARALDO (GB) Michael Moroney 53 50.5kg 90
51 GRIS CARO (GB) Jake Stephens 62= 50.5kg 95
52 IRONSTEIN Gerald Ryan 56 50.5kg 98
53 MOTIVADO (GB) David Hayes 57 50.5kg 93
54 PRINCE CHERI (FR) David Vandyke 62= 50.5kg 9
55 TREMEC (NZ) John P Thompson 54 50.5kg 100
56 BASS STRAIT (NZ) David Hayes 64= 50kg 89
57 CARAVAN ROLLS ON (GB) Peter Chapple-Hyam 64= 50kg 9.5
58 CHARLESTON LADY (GB) David Vandyke 64= 50kg 9.5
59 GARUD (IRE) Michael Moroney 64= 50kg 85
60 GHOST PROTOCOL (IRE) Paul Perry 64= 50kg 9.5
61 GOLDONI (IRE) David Hayes 60 50kg 89
62 HIPPOPUS (NZ) Gai Waterhouse 55 50kg 89
63 KINGDOMS (NZ) John O’Shea 50 50kg 85
64 LET’S MAKE ADEAL Nigel Blackiston 58 50kg 90
65 OASIS BLOOM Peter Morgan & Craig Widdison 48 50kg 98
66 OPINION (IRE) Chris Waller 64= 50kg 93
67 RUSCELLO (IRE) Ed Walker 64= 50kg 78
68 SHOREHAM Saab Hasan 51 50kg 98
69 TALENT SHOW Graeme Ballantyne 52 50kg 99
70 TREVIERES (FR) Markus Nigge 64= 50kg 99
71 VAQUERA (NZ) Gai Waterhouse 59 50kg 9.5
72 WHY NOT (GER) David Hayes 64= 50kg 84

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