Real Good Heads 2015 The Phoenix Field

May 27, 2015

Real Good Heads 2015 The Phoenix Field

This Saturday in Brisbane Doomben Racecourse hosts Queensland Oaks Day, the opening race of which is The Phoenix 2015 for two-year-olds where the Trevor Miller-trained Real Good leads the way.

Real Good

Real Good heads the 2015 The Phoenix field at Doomben on Saturday in Brisbane. Photo: Daniel Costello.

Due to jump as Race 1 at 12:07pm (AEST), this year’s $100,000 Listed Bracken Ridge Tavern The Phoenix (1350m) has attracted a sizable field of 13 juveniles with Miller’s improving Real Saga gelding one of the likely favourites at following a last start win at the Sunshine Coast.

Breaking his maiden status at start number four, Real Good won the Listed BJ McLachlan Stakes (1200m) first-up on May 16 with Michael Cahill in the saddle and will look to go back-to-back with the same hoop but a wide barrier 10 of 13 draw to overcome on Saturday.

Also drawn in double digits for The Phoenix this Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival are Rex Lipp’s well-tried Rothesay colt In His Stride (13) coming off a seventh to Look To The Stars in the Group 2 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1350m) at the track last Saturday, and last start winners Press Statement (12) and Olja (11).

The Chris Waller-trained Hinchinbrook colt Press Statement has just his second career start this weekend following a winning debut at Canterbury over 1100m on April 29, while the Brad Herne-trained local Zizou grey Olja won over 1100m at the Gold Coast on May 16.

The rails run on Saturday meanwhile belongs to the Barry Lockwood-trained maiden Aussie Jack to be ridden from gate one by one of Brisbane’s best hoops Damian Browne.

Other hopeful two-year-olds with good gates in The Phoenix include the Liam Birchley-trained Havasay (2), Sunshine Coast-based Trincanto (3) and the John O’Shea-trained visiting Street Cry colt from Sydney Handfast who comes off a second to Real Good in the BJ McLachlan.

Also in the mix and coming off a good lead-up run are the likes of Tony Gollan’s last start Ipswich winner over 1350m Stella Di Notte, fellow last-start Ipswich winner One More Magic and another promising Gold Coast-trained filly Sagaronne who won at home over 1200m at the start of the month.

The best performed two-year-olds in The Phoenix this weekend could potentially back-up Saturday week in the $600,000 Group 1 JJ Atkins (1600m) up over a mile.

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2015 The Phoenix Final Field & Barrier Draw

Doomben Race 1 (12:07pm) – 30/05/2015

# Form (Last 10) Horse Trainer Jockey Br. Wgt.
1 228×1 REAL GOOD Trevor Miller Michael Cahill 10 57kg
2 3325×46127 IN HIS STRIDE Rex Lipp Timothy Bell 13 57kg
3 0x216 BRING A SECRET Nick Olive Glyn Schofield 5 57kg
4 1 PRESS STATEMENT Chris Waller Tye Angland 12 57kg
5 52 HANDFAST John O’Shea James McDonald 4 57kg
6 77×31 OLJA Brad Herne Glen Boss 11 57kg
7 373 HAVASAY Liam Birchley Glen Colless 2 57kg
8 92 AUSSIE JACK Barry Lockwood Damian Browne 1 57kg
9 943 TRINCANTO (NZ) Darryl Hansen Kelvin Wharton 3 57kg
10 3014410 BANDA SPICE Stuart Kendrick Tommy Berry 7 55kg
11 36×71 STELLA DI NOTTE Tony Gollan Jim Byrne 6 55kg
12 6891 ONE MORE MAGIC Kim Craft Jason Taylor 8 55kg
13 7×1 SAGARONNE Toby Edmonds Blake Shinn 9 55kg

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