Geegees Blackflash Leads 2014 Tasmanian Stakes Field

December 29, 2014

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Geegees Blackflash Leads 2014 Tasmanian Stakes Field

John Luttrell’s veteran galloper Geegees Blackflash heads a quality field of milers set to face off in the last black-type race of the calendar year in Tasmania on Wednesday night, the Tasmanian Stakes 2014 running at Launceston Racecourse.

Due to jump at 9:20pm (local time) as Race 7 on the New Year’s Eve meeting, this year’s $100,000 Listed Kevin Sharkie Tasmanian Stakes (1600m) features a field of eight weight-for-age hopefuls.

Luttrell lines up his Clangalang eight-year-old Geegees Blackflash from barrier seven with apprentice hoop Sigrid Carr retaining the ride having ridden him for his past three starts.

The most recent of those produced a win at the track over 1400m in the $30,000 Launceston Mitsubishi Conquering WFA on December 17 where there warhorse beat home Pitt Street by a long neck.

Winner of the 2013 Launceston Cup, Geegees Blackflash ran a close second behind Black ‘N’ Tough in last year’s Tasmanian Stakes and will be out to go one better this Tasmanian Summer Racing Carnival.

Runner-up behind him in the lead-up WFA race earlier this month, the Charlie Goggin & Luella Meaburn-trained Street Cry seven-year-old Pitt Street also backs up this Wednesday evening.

Winner of the Muswellbrook Gold Cup back on November 4, Pitt Street improved on a disappointing 10th behind Hellova Street in the Listed Newmarket Handicap (1200m) at Launceston on December 3 to come a close second behind Geegees Blackflash last start and gets the chance to turn the tables this week.

Third in that same race Banca Mo is another seven-year-old gelding looking to go better in the Tasmanian Stakes, the Scott Brunton-trained son of Tough Speed third-up for the season having kicked off with a Newmarket Handicap fourth beaten under two lengths in that black-type.

Other notable hopes in this year’s Tasmanian Stakes field include Newmarket Handicap runner-up Royal Rapture also prepared by Brunton at Seven Mile Beach, Group 1 performer in Sydney from the spring Lucky Chappy and Tasmanian Oaks winner back in February Iggimacool.

Billy Ryan’s now four-year-old Savoire Vivre mare ran fifth in the Newmarket lead-up when resuming this summer and was also far from disgraced when fourth in the WFA behind Geegess Blackflash in a run she can improve on here third-up.

See below for the full Tasmanian Stakes 2014 field, barriers, jockeys and weights.

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2014 Tasmanian Stakes Final Field & Barrier Draw

Launceston Race 7 (9:20pm) – 31/12/2014

# Form (Last 10) Horse Trainer Jockey Br. Wgt. Hcp. Rating
1 123311×351 GEEGEES BLACKFLASH John Luttrell Ms Sigrid Carr (a) 7 59kg 107
2 11x5378x43 BANCA MO Scott Brunton David Pires 1 59kg 100
3 x0x6440936 LUCKY CHAPPY (IRE) Julie Richards Andrew Mallyon 4 59kg 94
4 512×332102 PITT STREET Charlie Goggin & Luella Meaburn Bulent Muhcu (a) 3 59kg 94
5 13121211×8 PAYTEEVEE Scott Brunton Anthony Darmanin 8 59kg 93
6 6114223×05 JAKCORIJIM Glenn Stevenson Cory Parish 6 59kg 89
7 23x2148x26 ROYAL RAPTURE Scott Brunton Lincoln Coffey 2 59kg 85
8 41213x2x54 IGGIMACOOL Bill Ryan Brendon McCoull 5 57kg 85

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