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Hall of Fame trainer boycotts Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival over Ben Currie Saga

Lindsay Park will not run any horses in Queensland during the winter carnival because of concerns over the integrity of the state’s racing industry.

Hall of Fame trainer David Hayes who heads Lindsay Park has come out in support of Aquis Farm which released a statement last week saying it would not race its horses in Queensland until integrity issues were addressed.

Aquis is one of Queensland racing’s biggest investors and has naming rights to the Gold Coast track while Lindsay Park is one of the country’s biggest stables.

Hayes said he fully supported the stance taken by Aquis.

“We are not planning to go and we will rest the horses,” Hayes said.

“It’s a shame because it’s a great carnival but not if it’s not a level playing field.”

Lindsay Park trains multiple Group One placegetter Fundamentalist for Aquis which is donating any prize money earned by horses it races in partnerships and not fully under its control, to charity.

Among the issues is the long-running inquiry into charges against trainer Ben Currie including 28 emanating from a raid on his Toowoomba stable a year ago.

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Ben Currie

Stewards heard 14 of the charges last month but the remaining 14 have yet to be heard with another delay because of a steward’s illness.

Other recent charges against Currie involve swab irregularities and jiggers but with proceedings delayed, he continues to train on a stay and is scheduled to appear in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal on Thursday to ask for an extension.

While he won’t be sending horses to Queensland, Hayes is happy to try for a Group One win on the final day of the Sydney autumn carnival with Power Scheme who will back up from his Fernhill Handicap win on Saturday into the Champagne Stakes (1600m).

Power Scheme rattled home to beat Foxborough by a short half head in Saturday’s 1600m-race and Hayes has no concerns about the seven-day back-up.

“He will definitely run,” he said.

“He nearly ate my arm off after the race and ate up everything else.”

Mark Zahra earned a suspension for his ride on Power Scheme but will be aboard again before he starts the ban which he hopes to have reduced on appeal.

Zahra copped a 25-meeting penalty for a shift which caused a fall with Andrew Adkins suffering several injuries.

THE KING TIP: FRIDAY 01/03/19

THE KING TIP: FRIDAY 01/03/19

MOONEE VALLEY

RACE 8

#8

CRISTAL EYES

$4.20

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J: DAMIEN OLIVER

T: LINDSAY PARK

2019 BLUE DIAMOND STAKES TIPS (FINAL FIELD + BARRIERS)

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2019

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Date: February 23, 2019
Time: 4:10 pm
Racecourse: Caulfield Racecourse
Race Distance: 1200m
Conditions: 2yo Set Weights
Prize Money: $1,500,000

 

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BEST BET: #1 I AM IMMORTAL $9.50

MAIN DANGER: #10 LOVING GABBY $5.00

BEST ROUGHIE: #2 HURRICANE HAWKER $15.00

 

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No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1
I AM IMMORTAL
Anthony Freedman
Ben Melham
9
56.5kg
2
HAWKER HURRICANE
Michael Moroney
Mark Zahra
2
56.5kg
3
FREE OF DEBT
Chris Bieg
Michael Walker
6
56.5kg
4
SHOTMAKER
Mick Price
Hugh Bowman
14
56.5kg
5
GAME KEEPER
Tony McEvoy
Barend Vorster
1
56.5kg
6
CATCH ME
Peter & Paul Snowden
Dwayne Dunn
8
54.5kg
7
LYRE
Anthony Freedman
Luke Currie
5
54.5kg
8
VINICUNCA
Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
Stephen Baster
4
54.5kg
9
BELLA ROSA
Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
Ms Linda Meech
10
54.5kg
10
LOVING GABY
Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
Damian Lane
12
54.5kg
11
ATHIRI
James Cummings
Craig Williams
13
54.5kg
12
LANKAN STAR
David & B Hayes & T Dabernig
Damien Oliver
7
54.5kg
13
BROOKLYN HUSTLE
Jason Warren
Beau Mertens
11
54.5kg
14
ANDRASSY AVENUE
David & B Hayes & T Dabernig
Luke Nolen
3
54.5kg

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THE KING TIP: WEDNESDAY 06/02/19

THE KING TIP: WEDNESDAY 06/02/19

SANDOWN

RACE 7

#4

GOLD MAG

$2.60

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J: LUKE NOLEN

T: DAVID HAYES, BEN HAYES, TOM DABERNIG

THE KING TIP: WEDNESDAY 16/01/19

THE KING TIP: WEDNESDAY 16/01/19

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SANDOWN (LAKESIDE)

RACE 7

#3

GOLD MAG

$2.35

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DUBAI WORLD CUP CARNIVAL: DAY 2 TIPS + BEST BETS

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DAY 2 TIPS + BEST BETS

10/01/17

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RACE 1: 2.AF MAHSOUM

RACE 2: 8.GOOD FORTUNE

RACE 3: 2.ROYAL MARINE*****

RACE 4: 4.MAJOR PARTNERSHIP

RACE 5: 8.GOLD TOWN

RACE 6: 6.GLASSY WATERS

RACE 7: 11.ESHTIRAAK

 

BEST BET: R3-2 ROYAL MARINE

 

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THE KING TIP: WEDNESDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2018

THE KING TIP

WEDNESDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2018

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SANDOWN (LAKESIDE)

RACE 8

#12

OCEAN DEEP

$5.00 

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J: FRED KERSLEY (A2)

T: DAVID HAYES, BEN HAYES, TOM DABERNIG

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4 YEAR OLD LINDSAY PARK TRAINED MARE, BY COX PLATE WINNER OCEAN PARK, RESUMING HERE FRESH OFF A 221 DAY BREAK.

NO PUBLIC BARRIER TRIAL LEADING IN.

KICKED OFF HER CAREER WINNING A 1212M MAIDEN AT KILMORE IN NOVEMBER 2017. RAN PRETTY GOOD OVERALL TIME IN PROCESS.

MADE IT 2 FROM 2 WHEN COMING STRAIGHT TO MIDWEEK 3YO FILLIES BM64 GRADE (OVER TODAY’S COURSE / DISTANCE – 1200M SANDOWN-LAKESIDE), ONLY WON BY A NOSE IN A 6 HORSE RACE BUT THE FORM OUT OF THAT RACE HAS SUBSEQUENTLY BEEN RED-HOT.

RUNNER-UP KARDASHING STRUGGLES TO WIN OFTEN BUT IS STAKES PLACED AND HAS MEASURED UP OK IN GROUP 3 GRADE.

3RD IN THE RACE WAS BELLA MARTINI, THE ULTRA SMART TEAM HAWKES MARE. AFTER BEING BEATEN BY OCEAN DEEP CARRYING LEVEL WEIGHTS FIRST UB SHE SUBSEQUENTLY WENT ON TO WIN THE LISTED GOSFORD GUINEAS & GROUP 2 KEWNEY STAKES AT FLEMINGTON ALL IN THAT VERY SAME PREP, SO IT SHOWS YOU JUST HOW GOOD OCEAN DEEP’S WINNING EFFORT WAS BEATING A HORSE LIKE BELLA MARTINI JUST A TICK UNDER A LENGTH CARRYING IDENTICAL WEIGHTS (59.5KG). BELLA MARTINI WENT ON WITH HER BRILLIANT FORM FURTHER THIS SPRING, SHE WAS 2ND BEATEN A NOSTRIL IN THE GROUP 2 LET’S ELOPE STAKES AT FLEMINGTON. THEN LAST START IN THE GROUP 1, WFA, EMPIRE ROSE STAKES ON DERBY DAY – MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL WEEK, SHE RAN A BRILLIANT 4TH BEATEN JUST A LENGTH & A HALF AGAINST AUSTRALIA’S VERY BEST FILLIES & MARES. FOR OCEAN DEEP TO HAVE BEATEN BELLA MARTINI A LENGTH AT LEVEL WEIGHTS, SPEAKS VOLUMES FOR THE QUALITY OF OCEAN DEEP, GIVEN BELLA’S DEEDS SINCE THAT DEFEAT!

AFTER THE SANDOWN WIN SHE WAS TIPPED OUT FOR A 94 DAY SPELL.

THE LINDSAY PARK TEAM THEN THROUGH HER STRAIGHT INTO THE DEEP END RESUMING HER 1ST UP IN THE GROUP 2 ANGUS ARMANASCO STAKES OVER 1400M AT CAULFIELD. SHE DREW BARRIER 11 OF 11 & WAS SNAGGED RIGHT BACK TO LAST TO GET IN. SHE DRIFTED A LONG WAY OUT OF HER GROUND AND COULD ONLY MANGE 10TH OF 11 BEATEN 7.8L BUT THE RUN WAS A MILE BETTER THAN IT LOOKED ON PAPER. SHE RAN THE 6TH FASTEST LAST 600M SPLIT OF THE RACE, COMING HOME 1.2L FASTER THAN THE BENCHMARK AVERAGE.

SHE THEN DROPPED IN GRADE BACK TO OPEN 3YO CLASS OVER 1200M AGAIN AT CAULFIELD. BUT AGAIN SHE DREW POORLY IN GATE 8 / 12. FRED KERSLEY RODE HER THAT DAY AND SHE HAD ZERO LUCK BEING TRAPPED 4 & 5 WIDE THE TRIP & SHE STRUCK TROUBLE ROUNDING THE CORNER WHEN BADLY HAMPERED (KERSLEY WAS LATER SUSPENDED FOR INCIDENT), BUT SHE STILL MANAGED TO PICK UP THE PIECES & WORK HOME IN LOVELY FASHION, RUNNING HER LAST 600M IN 6.7L FASTER THAN THE ALL BENCHMARK AVERAGE. AGAIN IT WAS A GUN FORM RACE, SHE FINISHED RIGHT ALONGSIDE DARREN WEIR’S SPRING REVELATION ICONOCLASM, THE WINNER OF 7 OF HIS 13 CAREER RUNS & WHO FINISHED A TERRIFIC 8TH BEATEN JUST 2.7L IN THE GROUP 1 KENNEDY MILE AGAINST AUSTRALIA’S VERY BEST MILERS.

OCEAN DEEP THEN WENT FOR A LONG 221 DAY SPELL & HASN’T RACED SINCE APRIL. SHE’S FIRST UP IN A LOWLY RATING BM64 RACE, THAT LACKS ANY DEPTH OF QUALITY, OVER THE 1200M – A DISTANCE SHE’S WON AT TWICE & RUN VERY WELL AT IN OPEN 3YO GRADE WHEN SHE HAD PLENTY OF EXCUSES.

THE WINKERS & LUGGING BIT STAY ON AND SHE’S FINALLY DRAWN AN OK GATE IN 5 OF 20. WITH FRED KERSLEY WHO KNOWS THE HORSE WELL TAKING THE 2KG OFF HER BACK SHE GETS IN ON THE MINIMUM WEIGHT OF 58KG.

EXPECT HER TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THAT HANDY GATE IN THE BIG FIELD & BE RIDDEN POSITIVELY TO BE IN THE FIRST 6 OR 8 IN THE RUN.

SHE’S BY FAR THE CLASS MATERIAL IN THIS RACE & I HAVE LITTLE DOUBT DAVID WILL HAVE HER WELL AND TRULY FORWARD ENOUGH TO BE WINNING DESPITE NOT TRIALLING PUBLICLY.

THE WET GROUND IS NO ISSUE HER LAST RUN BEFORE THE BREAK WAS ON SOFT GOING & SHE HANDLED IT WELL SPRINTING HOME IN GOOD SECTIONALS TO SHOW SHE WAS CAPABLE IN THOSE CONDITIONS.

AT $5.00 SHE’S ENORMOUS VALUE. I HAVE LITTLE DOUBT SHE’LL GO ON AT MEASURE UP IN GROUP CLASS & I THINK THIS ISN’T MUCH MORE THAN A SOFT KILL FRESH BEFORE BEING STEPPED UP TO TACKLE BETTER CLASSES OF RACES & MAYBE EVEN A RACE LIKE THE MAGIC MILLIONS FILLIES & MARES RACE OVER 1300M FOR $1,000,000 IN JANUARY.

GREAT BET, SHOULD GO VERY CLOSE. CLEAR CLASS EDGE!

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THE KING TIP: SUNDAY 28 OCTOBER 2018

THE KING TIP: SUNDAY 28 OCTOBER 2018

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RACE 7

#2

FASTNET TEMPEST

$4.60

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J: CRAIG WILLIAMS

T: D, B & T HAYES & DABERNIG 

 

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IN-DEPTH RUNNER x RUNNER GUIDE: 2018 CAULFIELD CUP

CAULFIELD CUP 2018 FIELD

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RACE TIME: 4:40 PM (AEDST)

OCTOBER 20, 2018

GROUP 1

$5,000,000

2400M RACE

CAULFIELD RACECOURSE

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1. Best Solution (17) 

(IRE)
J: PAT COSGRAVE

 

T: SAEED BIN SUROOR

 

W: 57.5KG

Best Odds: $16

COMMENT: He is a relatively lightly raced rock hard stayer from the Saeed Bin Suroor camp. He comes into the Caulfield Cup after back to back wins in some strong overseas races. He will love the 2400m and can handle a dry or rain affected track. A very versatile horse who will be hard to beat.

2. The Cliffsofmoher (3) 

(IRE)
J: HUGH BOWMAN
T: AIDAN O’BRIEN
W: 56.5KG

Best Odds: $7.00

COMMENT: Finished off with the fastest sectionals in the Caulfield Stakes on Saturday and looks primed to run a very good 2400m in the Caulfield Cup. Has strong overseas form and the Internationals again look very hard to beat in the majors this year. Should go close.

3. Chestnut Coat (13) 

(JPN)
J: YUGA KAWADA
T: YOSHITO YAHAGI
W: 55.5KG

Best Odds: $18

COMMENT: A Japanese raider so he has to be respected in this. His last two starts have been very good in strong overseas races. Having his first up run in Australia and on his overseas form will probably need a bit further than the 2400m. Watch for a strong finish and a better run in the Melbourne Cup.
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4. Jon Snow (15) 

(NZ)
J: DAMIAN LANE
T: MURRAY BAKER & ANDREW FORSMAN
W: 55.5KG

Best Odds: $41

COMMENT: Thought his three runs this time in have had a lot of merit without really pressing for a win. Comes through the Turnbull which should be a good form race into the Caulfield Cup but he will likely need it to be wet to be winning.

5. Sound Check (16) 

(GER)
J: JORDAN CHILDS
T: MICHAEL MORONEY
W: 55.5KG

Best Odds: $23

COMMENT: A German galloper so he has to be respected in this as German horses have always ran well in Australia. He probably was a little unlucky at his last two starts and he is pretty well weighted in this. He looks a very good horse and needs to be included. Danger

6. Ace High (8)

J: DAMIEN OLIVER
T: DAVID PAYNE
W: 55KG

Best Odds: $11

COMMENT: Returned to winning form in the Hill Stakes last start which was good to see after knocking on the door for some time. Goes into the Caulfield Cup rock hard fit and we know he will run a strong 2400m. Yet to race at Caulfield which is a bit of a query as is the Hill Stakes form but he must be included unless it is a rain affected track.

7. The Taj Mahal (19) 

(IRE)
J: JAMES MCDONALD
T: LIAM HOWLEY
W: 55KG

Best Odds: $17

COMMENT: Was a strong winner of the JRA Cup last start but this looks a lot tougher on paper. Will likely be one of the leaders and will make his own luck and with the Caulfield track favouring leaders lately he could be a knock out hope.
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8. Duretto (1) 

(GB)
J: DWAYNE DUNN
T: ANDREW BALDING
W: 54.5KG

Best Odds: $23

COMMENT: Comes into the Caulfield Cup with okay International form. He won pretty impressively last start although the form from that race doesn’t look too exciting. He is weighted well in this and will run a good 2400m but i am happy to risk in a quality addition of the race.

9. Red Verdon (9) 

(USA)
J: ZAC PURTON
T: ED DUNLOP
W: 54KG

Best Odds: $21

COMMENT: Has good form from overseas although i think some of the other International raiders look stronger. The 2400m should be the perfect distance for him so a win would not surprise so he should be added to multiples although i think there are a handful of others that are stronger. Each way claims

10. Vengeur Masque (7) 

(IRE)
J: PATRICK MOLONEY
T: MICHAEL MORONEY
W: 54KG

Best Odds: $91

COMMENT: Got back in The Bart Cummings and never really fired a shot. Will likely be looking for further so i can’t see him figuring in this. Pass

11. Ventura Storm (11) 

(IRE)
J: REGAN BAYLISS
T: DAVID & B HAYES & T DABERNIG
W: 54KG

Best Odds: $31

COMMENT: Is yet to win in Australia after plenty of racing so there is a massive query around his ability to win a race like this however he has been racing well this preparation and should be included in the multiples.
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12. Mighty Boss (14)

J: TIM CLARK

 

T: MICK PRICE

 

W: 53.5KG

Best Odds: $126

COMMENT: Won the Caulfield Guineas at big odds last year but hasn’t really gone close in his last six starts so he doesn’t come into the race in great form. Happy to leave out.
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13. Homesman (4) 

(USA)
J: BEN MELHAM

 

T: LIAM HOWLEY

 

W: 53KG

Best Odds: $11

COMMENT: He was a bit disappointing in the Caulfield Stakes on Saturday after some very good runs at WFA. He drops a lot of weight in this and he will likely take up the running and with some easy sectionals i think he could give a massive sight. Keep safe

14. Kings Will Dream (6) 

(IRE)
J: CRAIG WILLIAMS
T: DARREN WEIR
W: 53KG

Best Odds: $5.00 FAVOURITE

COMMENT: Topped the Caulfield Cup market for a long time until his run in the Turnbull Stakes which was a little disappointing to the eye. Thought it was better than what it looked and he gets a good drop in weight in this. His runs before thr Turnbull all suggested he was going to be very hard to beat in this and i still think he will. One of the big dangers.

15. Sole Impact (20) 

(JPN)
J: RYUSEI SAKAI (A)
T: HIROFUMI TODA
W: 53KG

Best Odds: $51

COMMENT: Being a Japanese horse you have to respect him in the race although he is first up in five months so on that i am happy to risk him here. Will need the run so look out for him wherever he goes next.

16. Gallic Chieftain (2) 

(FR)
J: DEAN YENDALL
T: DARREN WEIR
W: 52.5KG

Best Odds: $51

COMMENT: Thought his run in the JRA Plate was good two starts ago but his Herbert Power run suggests it would take a lot of things to go right for him to win this. Prefer to back him in country cups.
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17. Night’s Watch (18) 

(NZ)
J: BEN ALLEN (A)
T: DARREN WEIR
W: 52KG

Best Odds: $16

COMMENT: Had been racing very well until what was probably a disappointing run in G1 company in the Caulfield Stakes on Saturday. He drops a lot of weight on that run but I’m not sure he has the class to win a major such as the Caulfield Cup. Prefer him in G2/G3 class.

18. Youngstar (10)

J: KERRIN MCEVOY

 

T: CHRIS WALLER

 

W: 51.5KG

Best Odds: $6.00

COMMENT: Outside of Winx she put in the best run in the Turnbull Stakes and arguably the meeting at Flemington that day. Her two starts before that throughout this preparation have both been very good and she is ticking along nicely for the Caulfield Cup on Saturday and with only 51.5kg on her back she is going to be very hard to hold out. The one to beat

19. Patrick Erin (E1) (12) 

(NZ)
J: COREY BROWN

 

T: CHRIS WALLER

 

W: 52KG

Best Odds: $41

COMMENT: Emergency

20. Jaameh (E2) (5) 

(IRE)
J: CORY PARISH
T: DAVID & B HAYES & T DABERNIG
W: 50KG

Best Odds: $31

COMMENT: Emergency
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TIPS:

1. (18) YOUNGSTAR* – $6.50

 

2. (14) KINGS WILL DREAM – $5.50

 

3. (6) ACE HIGH – $12.00

 

4. (11) VENTURA STORM – $31.00

 

5. (5) SOUND CHECK – $23.00

SUGGESTED BETS:

~YOUNGSTAR straight out

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~Box Trifecta:

6,14,18 //

5, 6, 11, 14, 18 //

5, 6, 11, 14, 18

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