Melbourne Cup Day Results 2015

November 3, 2015

Melbourne Cup Day Results 2015

The day that stops a nation is 2015 Melbourne Cup Day lighting up Flemington Racecourse from 10:40am (AEST) with the bumper 10-race program headlined of course by the $6.2 million Group 1 Emirates Melbourne Cup (3200m).

Racing kicks off at Flemington with Race 1 – the $150,000 Group 3 Emirates Airline Plate (1000m) for the three-year-old fillies and continues through until the card closer Race 10 at 5:15pm (AEST) – the $200,000 Group 3 Hong Kong Jockey Club Stakes (1400m).

The two bookend races plus the famous Flemington Race 7 at 3:00pm (AEST) when 24 of the world’s best stayers face off in the Melbourne Cup field are the only Group status races on the card.

We will be keeping our readers up to date with the full Melbourne Cup Day results and winners across the meeting below so stay tuned.

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Race 1 (10:40am) – $150,000 Group 3 Emirates Airline Plate (1000m)


Concealer won the first on 2015 Melbourne Cup Day in her race debut at 19/1 for jockey Zac Purton. Photo: Steve Hart.

The two-year-old fillies kicked off the card with the unraced Tony McEvoy-trained Concealer ($19) winning on debut off a successful trial at Murray Bank in an upset at double figures. A good start to the day for Zac Purton who rides the 2015 Melbourne Cup favourite Fame Game in Race 7. Concealer went up to join the frontrunners over the final 200m lengthening well to defeat Prompt Response ($4.60) from the Gai Waterhouse stable. In a photo for third the favourite Missrock ($3.80) just held on to run a place after the daughter of Fastnet Rock filly won the Listed Debutant Stakes (1000m) in her maiden run on Caulfield Guineas Day last time out.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight Starting Price
1 4 CONCEALER Tony McEvoy Zac Purton 9 55.5kg $20
2 12 PROMPT RESPONSE Gai Waterhouse Damien Oliver 0.5L 13 55.5kg $4.60
3 1 MISSROCK Robbie Laing Vlad Duric 1.5L 7 55.5kg $3.80F
4 8 MOTOWN LIL Robert Smerdon Glen Boss 1.6L 11 55.5kg $7
5 2 BANGS Richard Jolly Dwayne Dunn 3.35L 3 55.5kg $18
6 3 MOSHKI Terry & Karina O’Sullivan Hugh Bowman 3.55L 2 55.5kg $14
7 10 PEEKING DUCK Trent Pennuto Luke Currie 4.8L 5 55.5kg $71
8 11 POP Clinton McDonald Blake Shinn 4.9L 1 55.5kg $26
9 14 STOP MAKING SENSE Ciaron Maher Kerrin McEvoy 5.4L 4 55.5kg $7.50
10 15 TRIS David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Damian Lane 6.9L 10 55.5kg $31
11 5 EXILIA MISS (NZ) Leon & Troy Corstens Stephen Baster 7.65L 6 55.5kg $71
12 7 JESTER JEWEL Brent Stanley Michael Walker 10.4L 12 55.5kg $61
13 13 SECRETARY OF STATE Alex Macpherson Craig Newitt 11.65L 8 55.5kg $101
14 6 INFRA DIG John O’Shea James McDonald 23.65L 14 55.5kg $14
9 NONE AT ALL John McArdle Daniel Stackhouse 0

Race 2 (11:20am) – $100,000 Trophy (1700m)

Zarzali (inside)

Zarzali (inside) was the first 2015 Melbourne Cup favourite to salute for the punters in Race 2 at Flemington. Photo: Steve Hart.

The James Cummings-trained favourite Zarzali ($2.80) saluted for the punters in Race 2 with triple Melbourne Cup winning jockey Glen Boss in the saddle. She got the box seat third on the fence after settling following around the frontrunner Clear Direction. Poised for a big finish, the winning Hussonet four-year-old got the gap once on the straight, getting a break and surging ahead to take up the lead 200m from the line. She was putting a big gap before the challengers came again but held to win by a half-length over the 58kg top weight Precious Gem ($6.50) with the fast-finishing Lilly Dazzler ($7.50) coming down the outside for third.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight Starting Price
1 2 ZARZALI James Cummings Glen Boss 1 55kg $2.80F
2 1 PRECIOUS GEM Gwenda Johnstone Craig Williams 0.3L 2 58kg $6.50
3 3 LILLY DAZZLER Monica Croston James McDonald 1.05L 4 54kg (cd 54.5kg) $7
4 9 SO FEESABLE Mick Sell James Winks 2.8L 5 54kg $31
5 7 CATHY’S MARK Nigel Blackiston Dwayne Dunn 2.9L 3 54kg $9
6 5 INISHOWEN Lee & Anthony Freedman Craig Newitt 4.65L 7 54kg $4.80
7 4 CLEAR DIRECTION (NZ) Terry & Karina O’Sullivan Luke Currie 4.75L 6 54kg $13
6 MRS PRESIDENT Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra Damian Lane 0
8 CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL Melissa Wells Darren Gauci 0

Race 3 (12:00pm) – $100,000 J.B. Cummings AM Tribute Plate (2800m)

De Little Engine

De Little Engine won Melbourne Cup Day Race 3 thanks to a nice ride from jockey Chad Schofield who is aboard the mare Gust Of Wind in today’s Melbourne Cup. Photo: Steve Hart.

Young hoop Chad Schofield, riding the only mare in the Melbourne Cup field later this afternoon Gust Of Wind, gave De Little Engine ($9.50) a gun late ride in the first staying race of Cup Day to mow down the frontrunners in the closing stages and steal the show. From a wide draw Schofield went back on the Danny O’Brien-trained local who came off a seventh to Melbourne Cup hope Almoonqith in the Geelong Cup over the 2400m. From the back of the field he came late to run past last start Adelaide winner Jim’s Journey ($8) who raced wide throughout with roughie Tremec ($61) also charging late to snare third and add value to the trifecta.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight Starting Price
1 7 DE LITTLE ENGINE Danny O’Brien Chad Schofield 16 57kg $9.50
2 10 JIM’S JOURNEY Peter F Blanch Dom Tourneur 0.75L 6 54kg $7.50
3 6 TREMEC (NZ) John P Thompson Brenton Avdulla 0.95L 12 57.5kg $61
4 15 GINGERBOY Darren Weir Dwayne Dunn 1.05L 7 54kg $9
5 1 CRAFTY CRUISER Bryce Stanaway Jye McNeil (a) 3.8L 4 60kg $31
6 16 RED FELLA Chris Ryan Chris Parnham 4L 1 54kg $81
7 11 SASENKILE Tony McEvoy Joao Moreira 4.3L 3 54kg $13
8 9 WEXFORD TOWN (IRE) Robert Hickmott Brett Prebble 4.7L 18 55.5kg $19
9 14 POP ’N’ SCOTCH Liam Birchley Kerrin McEvoy 4.9L 15 54kg $11
10 17 ANNUS MIRABILIS (IRE) Robert Hickmott Colm O’Donoghue 5.1L 11 54kg $15
11 22e PACKING EMPIRE (NZ) David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Stephen Baster 5.3L 5 54kg $151
12 18 CUBAN FIGHTER Robbie Laing Vlad Duric 6.3L 10 54kg (cd 54.5kg) $21
13 5 RENEW (IRE) Archie Alexander Craig Williams 6.4L 17 58.5kg $9
14 12 FOUR CARAT (GER) Chris Waller Jim Cassidy 6.6L 2 54kg $6.50F
15 19e FALAMONTE (NZ) Henry Dwyer Ms Michelle Payne 11.6L 8 54kg $31
16 8 DISCLAIMER (GB) Peter & Paul Snowden Tommy Berry 14.85L 14 56kg $31
17 3 GENUINE LAD Robert Smerdon Glen Boss 21.85L 9 59kg $26
18 20e SPUR ON GOLD Pat Carey Patrick Moloney (a) 22.6L 13 54kg $18
2 KAPOUR (IRE) Ciaron Maher Hugh Bowman 0
21e HONEY STEEL’S GOLD David Hayes & Tom Dabernig 0
13 SOVIET COURAGE (IRE) Chris Waller Glyn Schofield 0
4 SONNTAG Henry Dwyer Michael Dee (a) 0

Race 4 (12:40pm) – $100,000 Lavazza Short Black (1400m)


Malaguerra scored an all-the-way win in the Lavazza Short Black over 1400m at Flemington in Race 4 of 10 on 2015 Melbourne Cup Day. Photo: Steve Hart.

One of the best backed and best drawn runners in the fourth on Melbourne Cup Day, the Lee & Anthony Freedman-trained Magnus four-year-old Malaguerra ($5.50) enjoyed a strong two length win to break his Flemington maiden at his third run at the famous Victorian straight track. Ridden by Ben Melham, Malaguerra went straight up to take the lead and held on in an all-the-way win after kicking away on the inside to finish ahead of the favourite Good Project ($4) who was brave in defeat with the 60kg top weight after getting caught well back in the field. Third went to the widely-drawn Tashbeeh ($13) for David Hayes & Tom Dabernig who have two Melbourne Cup runners later on the card in Criterion and Almoonqith.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight Starting Price
1 10 MALAGUERRA Lee & Anthony Freedman Ben Melham 2 55.5kg $6
2 1 GOOD PROJECT Chris Waller Hugh Bowman 2L 11 60kg $4F
3 16 TASHBEEH David Hayes & Tom Dabernig James McDonald 2.2L 15 54kg (cd 54.5kg) $13
4 6 WEINHOLT Peter G Moody Daniel Stackhouse 2.95L 1 56.5kg $16
5 8 DURENDAL Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra Damian Lane 3.15L 5 56kg $7.50
6 11 SIEGFRIED Toby Edmonds Brenton Avdulla 3.25L 3 55kg $19
7 14 ORIENT LINE John Moloney Luke Currie 5L 6 54kg $17
8 15 SENTFROMTHESTARS Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra Dwayne Dunn 5.5L 12 54kg $26
9 9 TURNITAROUND Matthew Williams Damien Oliver 5.6L 10 56kg $21
10 12 GOLDEN MANE David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Chad Schofield 6.1L 14 54kg $61
11 5 LORDAG Robert Heathcote Craig Williams 8.1L 8 56.5kg $12
12 20e MANTENER LA FE Shaun Dwyer Dom Tourneur 8.85L 7 54kg $101
13 18e SHINTARO Jane Baker Ryan Maloney 8.95L 4 54kg $81
14 13 I’M ABLAZE Wendy Kelly Tommy Berry 12.2L 13 54kg $51
15 7 COUNTER SPIN Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas Kerrin McEvoy 17.2L 9 56kg $21
16 3 PYRROLIC Peter G Moody Glen Boss 27.2L 16 58kg $17
19e FINALLY FREE (NZ) Mark Sues 0
4 CHIVALRY Mark Kavanagh Craig Newitt 0
17e CORDOBA Allan & Jason Williams 0
2 BURNING FRONT Darren Weir Brad Rawiller 0

Race 5 (1:20pm) – $100,000 Schweppes #FlemingtonFling (1000m)

Invincible Heart (inside), Viceroy (outside)

Invincible Heart (inside) held off Viceroy (outside) by a head to win the fifth on Melbourne Cup Day 2015 with Craig Newitt in the saddle. Photo: Steve Hart.

Jockey Craig Newitt, who rides $151 Melbourne Cup roughie Sertorius this afternoon in the big one, got a Melbourne Cup Day win on the board in the fifth with a nice late run aboard the Mick Price-trained Invincible Heart ($16). Dropping back from a Group 3 run at Caulfield over 1200m with 55kg, the daughter of I Am Invincible flew down the 1000m at Flemington in her first look at the famous straight to hold off the Hugh Bowman-ridden Viceroy ($14) by a head. Race favourite Spill The Beans ($2.90) was one of the best out of her wide barrier 12 draw and got a gun trail into the race on the outside midfield before crossing for third.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight Starting Price
1 11 INVINCIBLE HEART Mick Price Craig Newitt 6 54kg $15
2 5 VICEROY Tony McEvoy Hugh Bowman 0.1L 8 56kg $13
3 3 SPILL THE BEANS Gerald Ryan Brenton Avdulla 1.6L 12 56kg $2.90F
4 6 FAATINAH David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Michael Walker 1.9L 5 56kg $10
5 9 DIVINE MR ARTIE Brendan McCarthy Damien Oliver 2.4L 2 56kg $21
6 8 STRAGUN Shea Eden Kerrin McEvoy 3.65L 3 56kg $151
7 12 PURRPUSSFUL Pat Carey Patrick Moloney (a) 3.85L 11 54kg $101
8 2 REAL GOOD Trevor Miller Damian Lane 4.6L 4 57.5kg $51
9 7 ABILITY Robert Smerdon Craig Williams 4.8L 7 56kg $6.50
10 10 MISS GIDGET Colin & Cindy Alderson Chris Parnham 5.55L 9 54kg $18
11 1 PROMPT RETURN Danny O’Brien James Winks 6.3L 10 58.5kg $18
12 4 AMERICAN STAR Mark Minervini Dwayne Dunn 7.05L 1 56kg $6
13 13 PARCEL Wez Hunter Tommy Berry 7.8L 13 54kg $41

Race 6 (2:00pm) – $150,000 Listed Lexus Hybrid Plate (1400m)

Don't Doubt Mamma

Don’t Doubt Mamma flew late and swooped to take out the Lexus Hybrid Plate as the favourite in Race 6 on Melbourne Cup Day 2015. Photo: Steve Hart.

Race favourite Don’t Doubt Mamma ($6.50) proved far too good for her rivals in the black-type race for three-year-old fillies today sweeping from the back of the field late to fly home for an impressive two length win under the riding of Dwayne Dunn who has the mount on Geelong Cup winner Almoonqith in the Melbourne Cup in the next. Group 2 performed last time out, Tony McEvoy’s Adelaide-trained Not A Single Doubt filly was worse than midfield throughout as Tis My View led them around. Displaying a devastating turn of foot however she swept clear as the frontrunner faded and shot away to put two lengths on roughie hope Indarra ($41) with the Peter & Paul Snowden-trained Denpurr ($10) in third.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight Starting Price
1 5 DON’T DOUBT MAMMA Tony McEvoy Dwayne Dunn 8 55kg $6.50F
2 14 INDARRA (NZ) Robert Smerdon Blake Shinn 2L 4 55kg $41
3 6 DENPURR Peter & Paul Snowden Kerrin McEvoy 2.5L 14 55kg $10
4 9 QUEEN OF WANDS Clarry Conners Brenton Avdulla 3.25L 15 55kg $31
5 13 MAYSAM Mick Price Craig Newitt 3.45L 12 55kg $81
6 12 IRADA Mick Price Jim Cassidy 3.65L 6 55kg $12
7 1 MIHALIC Colin & Cindy Alderson Chris Parnham 4.65L 7 55.5kg $41
8 7 COMPRENDE Phillip Stokes Dom Tourneur 5.4L 11 55kg $7.50
9 2 REEMAH David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Michael Walker 5.6L 10 55kg $21
10 10 VALLEY SWEETHEART Peter G Moody Glen Boss 6.1L 9 55kg $8
11 16 RAGGLE VARR Stephen Brown Hugh Bowman 6.3L 1 55kg $9.50
12 15 NAVITA Brett Scott Daniel Stackhouse 7.55L 2 55kg $101
13 8 TIZ MY VIEW Sam Pritchard-Gordon Craig Williams 7.65L 13 55kg $21
14 3 SERENADE Michael Moroney Brett Prebble 9.15L 5 55kg $11
15 11 HELL OR HIGHWATER David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Damien Oliver 15.15L 16 55kg $21
16 4 ANDRIOLI Robert Smerdon James McDonald 27.15L 3 55kg $9.50
18e MA RAISON (NZ) Nigel Blackiston Chad Schofield 0
17e GUILTY AS SIN Steve Richards James Winks 0

Race 7 (3:00pm) – $6,000,000 Group 1 Emirates Melbourne Cup (3200m)

Prince Of Penzance

Prince Of Penzance scored a massive upset in the 2015 Melbourne Cup charging late to win as a $101 outsider in betting for the race’s first ever successful female jockey Michelle Payne. Photo: Steve Hart.

Prince Of Penzance left as the rank outsider in a talent-rich 2015 Melbourne Cup this afternoon but has displayed his class in producing one of the great staying efforts to muster an incredible upset at Flemington. Prince Of Penzance jumped from the gates well and jockey Michelle Payne found ideal running room for the horse within the field of twenty-four as Quest For More, Big Orange and Trip To Paris set the pace past the post the first time and rounding onto the back straight. Following Trip To Paris around the leaders rounding onto the final straight, Prince Of Penzance immediately responded when asked for an extra effort by Payne; pulling clear to hit the line ahead of Max Dynamite and a brave Criterion.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight (Penalty) Starting Price
1 19 PRINCE OF PENZANCE (NZ) Darren Weir Ms Michelle Payne 1 53kg $101
2 8 MAX DYNAMITE (FR) William Mullins Frankie Dettori 0.5L 2 55kg $13
3 2 CRITERION (NZ) David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Michael Walker 1.25L 4 57.5kg $19
4 10 TRIP TO PARIS (IRE) Ed Dunlop Tommy Berry 2L 14 55kg $6
5 5 BIG ORANGE (GB) Michael Bell Jamie Spencer 2.4L 23 55.5kg $61
6 24 GUST OF WIND (NZ) John Sargent Chad Schofield 2.6L 19 51kg $41
7 23 EXCESS KNOWLEDGE (GB) Gai Waterhouse Kerrin McEvoy 3.1L 24 51kg $31
8 13 THE OFFER (IRE) Gai Waterhouse Damien Oliver 3.3L 13 54kg $31
9 16 QUEST FOR MORE (IRE) Roger Charlton Damian Lane 3.8L 21 53.5kg $81
10 4 OUR IVANHOWE (GER) Lee & Anthony Freedman Ben Melham 3.9L 22 56kg $21
11 11 WHO SHOT THEBARMAN (NZ) Chris Waller Blake Shinn 4L 6 54.5kg $21
12 21 SERTORIUS Jamie Edwards Craig Newitt 4.75L 5 52.5kg $101
13 3 FAME GAME (JPN) Yoshitada Munakata Zac Purton 5.5L 12 57kg $5F
14 22 THE UNITED STATES (IRE) Robert Hickmott Joao Moreira 5.7L 3 52.5kg (2.5kg) $21
15 6 HARTNELL (GB) John O’Shea James McDonald 5.9L 17 55.5kg $31
16 20 BONDI BEACH (IRE) Aidan O’Brien Brett Prebble 6.2L 18 52.5kg $21
17 7 HOKKO BRAVE (JPN) Yasutoshi Matsunaga Craig Williams 6.4L 20 55.5kg $41
18 17 ALMOONQITH (USA) David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Dwayne Dunn 6.9L 10 53kg (1.0kg) $17
19 18 KINGFISHER (IRE) Aidan O’Brien Colm O’Donoghue 7L 9 53kg $61
20 15 PREFERMENT (NZ) Chris Waller Hugh Bowman 14L 11 53.5kg $9
21 14 GRAND MARSHAL (GB) Chris Waller Jim Cassidy 14.75L 15 53.5kg $61
22 12 SKY HUNTER (GB) Saeed Bin Suroor William Buick 16L 7 54kg $31
23 1 SNOW SKY (GB) Sir Michael Stoute Ryan Moore 18.25L 16 58kg $51
FF 9 RED CADEAUX (GB) Ed Dunlop Gerald Mosse 8 55kg $26

Race 8 (3:55pm) – $150,000 Listed James Boag’s Symphony Stakes (1800m)

Awesome Rock

Awesome Rock held on in Race 8 at Flemington on Melbourne Cup Day to score an upset over the favourite Malice. Photo: Steve Hart.

The widely-drawn Awesome Rock ($11) charged home late in the race run immediately after the Melbourne Cup upset, the Fastnet Rock four-year-old improving off a second to Stratum Star in Group 3 company over 2000m to put a length on race favourite Malice ($4.20) at Flemington. After settling well in third ready to strike, Awesome Rock moved into second behind the frontrunner Jacquinot Bay over the final 300m before drawing away. Late swooper Garud ($31) added value to the trifecta running third in a photo for the placings.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight Starting Price
1 15 AWESOME ROCK Leon & Troy Corstens Stephen Baster 13 54kg $11
2 9 MALICE John O’Shea James McDonald 1.25L 6 57kg $4.20F
3 17 GARUD (IRE) Michael Moroney Ryan Maloney 1.35L 3 54kg $31
4 6 JACQUINOT BAY David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Michael Walker 2.1L 5 57.5kg $6.50
5 14 SCREAM MACHINE Robert Smerdon Craig Williams 2.3L 7 54.5kg $14
6 5 HOPFGARTEN Robert Heathcote Glyn Schofield 2.5L 12 57.5kg $16
7 7 SADLER’S LAKE Chris Waller Blake Shinn 2.6L 4 57.5kg $6.50
8 11 TALL SHIP (IRE) Darren Weir Brad Rawiller 2.8L 8 56.5kg $8.50
9 3 RUDY Helen Page Kerrin McEvoy 3.55L 1 59kg $21
10 16 BEST CASE (NZ) Anthony Cummings Brenton Avdulla 3.75L 14 54kg $31
11 10 THE BOWLER Robert Smerdon Tommy Berry 3.85L 2 57kg $14
12 8 CALVIN WILLIAMS (FR) Darren Weir John Allen 5.1L 15 57kg $91
13 4 DESERT JEUNEY Nigel Blackiston Damien Oliver 6.1L 10 57.5kg $17
14 19e TRANSFER ALLOWANCE Peter Roche Chris Parnham 9.6L 9 54kg $201
15 12 TANBY Mick Cerchi Luke Currie 9.8L 11 55.5kg $201
18 AUDINO Robbie Laing 0
1 MORIARTY (IRE) Chris Waller Hugh Bowman 0
13 HE OR SHE David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Dwayne Dunn 0
2 INDEX LINKED (GB) Chris Waller Glen Boss 0

Race 9 (4:35pm) $150,000 Listed MSS Security Sprint (1200m)

Sea Lord

Sea Lord continued the trend of upsets late at Flemington on Cup Day saluting at $21 in the MSS Security Sprint down the straight. Photo: Steve Hart.

In yet another upset Melbourne Cup Day result, the Stephen Brown-trained eight-year-old Sea Lord ($21) was first past the post in the penultimate event down the Flemington straight. In his 50th career start he took his number of wins into double figures getting up on the inside over the final 200m, jockey Dom Tourneur using the rails to storm to the lead 100m out and run down the leader Gregers ($8) for a solid win over the Lindsay Park-raced mare, while The Monstar ($11) ran third.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight Starting Price
1 8 SEA LORD Stephen Brown Dom Tourneur 3 54kg $21
2 3 GREGERS David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Craig Williams 1.75L 4 57kg $7.50
3 11 THE MONSTAR Brett Cavanough Daniel Stackhouse 3L 12 54kg $11
4 17 SARAJEVO John O’Shea James McDonald 3.2L 10 54kg (cd 54.5kg) $6
5 2 KURO (NZ) Lee & Anthony Freedman Hugh Bowman 4.95L 9 57.5kg $4.60F
6 12 MANDLA Mick Price Michael Dee (a) 5.05L 6 54kg $13
7 4 GRIANTE David Brideoake Steven Arnold 5.15L 14 56kg $6.50
8 10 PAGO ROCK David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Chad Schofield 5.25L 11 54kg $31
9 18 COLORS OF THE WIND Peter Morgan & Craig Widdison Damian Lane 7L 1 54kg $26
10 13 WE’RE GONNA ROCK Tony Romeo Darren Gauci 7.2L 8 54kg $81
11 6 COUNTRYMAN Anthony Cummings Damien Oliver 7.95L 13 54kg $14
12 9 FAST AND FREE Mick Price Ms Jackie Beriman (a) 13.95L 7 54kg $41
13 16 VILLOPOTO Paul A Jones Luke Currie 17.95L 2 54kg $14
SB 15 THE THIEF Stephen Brown Chris Parnham 5 54kg $51
5 AFLEET ESPRIT David Hayes & Tom Dabernig Kerrin McEvoy 0
1 CHARMED HARMONY John Sadler Opie Bosson 0
14 NAUTICAL Nikki Burke Glyn Schofield 0
7 KAEPERNICK Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Dwayne Dunn 0

Race 10 (5:15pm) – $200,000 Group 3 Hong Kong Jockey Club Stakes (1400m)

Melbourne Cup winning trainer earlier in the card, Darren Weir capped off his biggest ever day of racing taking out the card closer with five-year-old Scarlet Billows who raced down the outside late to win her first race since January. Craig Williams hand the mount on the $17 chance who came from off the pace to fly away for a two length win over the well-backed favourite Wawail ($3.30) who had a beautiful run throughout, presented at the right time and got into the clear as the no-excuses-beaten favourite. She’s Clean ($8.50) drove up the fence over the closing stages after her run from barrier one to take third.

1st – #13 Scarlet Billows (10)

2nd – #4 Wawail (5)

3rd – #6 She’s Clean (1)

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