2017 The Everest Field – What You Need to Know

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No 1               CHAUTAUQUA
The world’s best sprinter and winner of the last three TJ Smith Stakes over the Randwick 1200m course. Unleashed impressive sectionals when working home strongly first-up in The Shorts, then again in the Premiere Stakes.
Barrier:           5
Jockey            Brenton Avdulla
Trainer:          Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
Slot holder:    Part-owner Greg Ingham

No 2               VEGA MAGIC
Former WA sprinter has an excellent winning strike rate, including two Group 1 successes in his past three starts.
Barrier:           10
Jockey            Craig Williams
Trainer:          David & B Hayes & T Dabernig
Slot holder:    Max Whitby

No 3               REDZEL
5 yo gelding scored a first-up win in the Concorde Stakes, then followed that up with a track record on his way to victory in The Shorts
Barrier:           4
Jockey            Kerrin McEvoy
Trainer:          Peter & Paul Snowden
Slot holder:    James Harron Bloodstock

No 4               REDKIRK WARRIER
Making history but winning the Newmarket Handicpa first up in more than a century. Winner of the Bobbie Lewis at Flemington
Barrier:           2
Jockey            Regan Bayliss
Trainer:          David & B Hayes & T Dabernig
Slot holder:    The Star Entertainment Group

No 5              CLEARLY INNOCENT
Won the Group 1 Kingsford Smith at Eagle Farm in May before being placed in the Stradbroke. Finishing third in the Premiere Stakes
Barrier:           6
Jockey            Hugh Bowman
Trainer:          Kris Lees
Slot holder:    Damion Flower

No 6              DEPLOY
Has broken track records at Randwick (1200m) and Rosehill (1300m) at his past two starts
Barrier:           7
Jockey            Josh Parr
Trainer:          Gerald Ryan
Slot holder:    Chris Waller Racing

No 7               FELL SWOOP
Purchased for $45,000 and has won 9 races and placed 5 times in Group 1 sprints
Barrier:           8
Jockey            Tye Angland
Trainer:          Matthew Dale
Slot holder:    William Inglis & Son

No 8               BRAVE SMASH
5yo former Japanese galloper – 2nd on his Australian debut and then went on to win at Moonee Valley
Barrier:           9
Jockey            Jamie Spencer
Trainer:          Darren Weir
Slot holder:    Australian Turf Club

No 9               ENGLISH
2 runs back from a spell with a mighty 2nd in the Premiere Stakes
Barrier:           12
Jockey            Blake Shinn
Trainer:          Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
Slot holder:    Tabcorp

No 10             SHE WILL REIGN
Winner of the Golden Slipper who was bought for just $20,000 as a yearling. Scored impressively first-up win against the older horses in the Group 1 Moir Stakes – ON TRACK
Barrier:           2
Jockey            Corey Brown
Trainer:          Gary Portelli
Slot holder:    Yu Long Investments

No 11             HOUTZEN
A speed machine winner of the Magic Millions. 3rd two starts ago in the Group 2 McEwen Stakes and then went on to win at Moonee Valley
Barrier:           1
Jockey            Jeff Lloyd
Trainer:          Toby Edmonds
Slot holder:    Aquis Farm

No 12             TULIP
Dropping back in distance after running 4th in the Tea Rose Stakes last start. 2nd in the Golden Slipper.
Barrier:           11
Jockey            Tim Clark
Trainer:          David & B Hayes & T Dabernig
Slot holder:    Coolmore

 

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