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Doncaster Mile Barrier Draw
The 2011 Doncaster Mile barrier draw will be revealed on the 13th of April to coincide with the announcement of the final field. So far, 88 thoroughbreds are still in contention to participate in this 1600-metre race at the Royal Randwick. All of the race horses have what it takes to take home the top prize of $1.2 million from the $2 million prize purse.
One of the trainers which is still highly represented in the nominations list is Gai Waterhouse who trains the New Zealand-bred and 2011 Doncaster Mile top favourite More Joyous. Aside from her prized horse which has won 12 of 16 career starts, Waterhouse has also nominated Herculian Prince, Needs Further, Lorne Dancer and Pureness.
Herculian Prince is also bred in New Zealand and it weighs 53 kilograms. It has a handicap rating of 109 and it has won nine of 18 career races and has collected $540,186 worth of prize money. Meanwhile, Needs Further weighs only 31.5 kilograms but the lowest handicap weight for the Doncaster Mile is 51 kilograms. It has won one of two career races and has collected prize money of $20,750.
Lorne Dancer weighs 51 kilograms and has a handicap rating of 105. It has won eight out of 18 career starts to win $383,820.00. On the other hand, Pureness weighs only 42 kilograms and has a handicap rating of 87. Out of seven career races, Pureness has four wins and two third place finishes amassing a total of $125,100.
Another trainer that is still well represented is Chris Waller and his roster is headlined by Rangirangdoo and Triple Elegance. The 57-kilogram Rangirangdoo is the defending Doncaster Mile winner and this New Zealand-bred race horse has won over $1.7 million worth of prize money through nine wins, seven runner-ups and two third place finishes in 19 career races. Rangirangdoo has a handicap rating of 117.
Meanwhile, Triple Elegance is doing well in the 2011 Doncaster Mile betting odds for average odds place him at fifth position behind More Joyous, Aloha, Dao Dao and Ilovethiscity. Triple Elegance has won three of its four races and it has won seven out of 17 career races. Triple Elegance has collected $441,980 but he only weighs 46 kilograms. Triple Elegance has a handicap rating of 96.
Aside from Rangirangdoo and Triple Elegance, Waller has also nominated Danleigh, Triple Honour, Snow Alert, Altered Boy, Tromso, Little Surfer Girl, Syreon and Slater. The 56-kilogram Danleigh has a handicap rating of 115 and he has collected close to $2.2 million in prize money through nine wins, six runner-up finishes and eight third-place finishes in 41 career races.
Triple Honour is another thoroughbred from New Zealand and he has collected over $2 million of prize money in 40 career races, This 54.5-kilogram race horse has seven wins, six runner-up finishes and four third place finishes so far and it has a handicap rating of 112. However, his highest placing in his last five races is fourth place.
Snow Alert is weighed 49 kilograms and it has a handicap rating of 101. He has 30 career races to his credit and he has won seven times. Snow Alert also has five runner-up finishes and four third place finishes. He has collected close to $500,000 worth of prize money and his best finish in his last five races is third place. Snow Alert has a handicap rating of 101.
Altered Boy weights 47 kilograms and has a handicap rating of 97. He has eight wins and six runner-up finishes to his credit and he has career prize money of $455,280. Also, Tromso weighs 44.5 kilograms and has a handicap rating of 92. Tromso already has 15 career races and close to $300,000 in total prize money.
The 41-kilogram Little Surfer Girl has won four of 18 career races to collect $210,070 in career prize money. Meanwhile, the 40.5-kilogram Syreon has won four out of 20 to have total prize money of $131,000. On the other hand, the 33.5-kilogram Slater has a handicap rating of 71 and has two race victories out of seven career races. Slater has won over $95,000 worth of prize money.
Trainer Peter G. Moody has nominated the following race horses: Anacheeva, Set for Fame, Luen Yat Forever, Hinchinbrook and Tampiko. Also, trainer Anthony Cummings nominated the following race horses for the 2011 Doncaster Mile: Lovemelikearock, Trader, Rhythm of Dance, Shadows in the Sun, Turnstiles and Quick Peek. Trainer Bart Cummings has nominated Empire’s Choice and Goldstone.
For the 2011 Doncaster Mile, trainer John P. Thompson has nominated Happy Hippy, Small Minds, So Anyway, Preventable, Levi’s Choice and New Zealand-bred Adulterer. Michael, John and Wayne Hawkes have nominated Dao Dao, Love Conquers All and Mentality while Peter Snowden has nominated Skilled, Dysphonia and Divorces.
Other trainers with nominees for the 2011 Doncaster Mile are Gerald Ryan, Jeff Lynds, Joseph Pride, Roger Milne, David Payne, Norm Hilton, Darren Weir, Grahame Begg, Mick Price, Michael Moroney, Kerry Parker, David Pfeiffer, Jim Conlan, John Bary, Brett Partelle, Kris Lees, Andrew Noblet, Jim and Greg Lee, Todd Howlett, David Fromberg, Clinton McDonald, Joseph Pride, John O’Shea and Paul Beshara. The 2011 Doncaster Mile will be held on the 16th of April.
Doncaster Mile Odds
* Note: Odds are subject to change and correct at time of publication 9:34pm AEDST 05/04/2011. All prices are Fixed Win.
Golden Slipper Odds
* Note: Odds are subject to change and correct at time of publication 2:30pm AEDST 01/04/2011. All prices are Fixed Win.
Sydney Cup Odds
* Note: Odds are subject to change and correct at time of publication 6:00pm AEDST 22/04/2011. All prices are Fixed Win.