DOOMBEN CUP 2019 FIELD
RACE TIME: 3:40 PM
MAY 18, 2019
MAY 18, 2019
We are closing in on the 2016 Melbourne Cup with just days until the running of the race that stops a nation. View our list of horses that have been ruled out of the race and the horses that are still in contention.
25/10/2016: Caulfield Cup runner up Scottish will not line-up in Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup field. Trainer Charlie Appleby said on Godolphin’s website he was happy to drop the horse back to 2000 metres given his consistent form over the distance in Britain this season.
25/10/2016: Godolphin runner Oceanographer has been a late nomination in Saturday’s Lexus Stakes field. Oceanographer sits 29th in the order of entry for the Melbourne Cup and on our prediction will not make the field unless he wins the Lexus hence why Godolphin have nominated.
25/10/2016: Trainer Charlie Appleby has stated today that it is likely that Scottish will bypass the Melbourne Cup and run in the Emirates Stakes. We have changed Scottish from Likely to run to now Unlikely to run.
24/10/2016: Second acceptances were taken today with 32 horses left in Melbourne Cup contention, the biggest surprise was that Tally remains in acceptances despite John O’Shea saying he will not run in the race posing the question thathe could be a starter. He is set to run in the Lexus Stakes so a decision is likely to be made after his Lexus run.
23/10/2016: A decision whether Hartnell will run in the Melbourne Cup will be made no later than Monday but it is more than likely he will line up in the race despite the 8L defeat in the Cox Plate. John O’Shea has stated all a long that Hartnell’s best chance of a major was in the Melbourne Cup and if the horse is sound he will race.
Scottish: The Caulfield Cup runner up will bypass the Melbourne Cup and run in Saturday weeks Emirates Stakes.
Tally was originally said to be out of Melbourne Cup contention although he remained in the acceptances on Monday so we have moved him from Out to a Maybe. He will run in the Lexus Stakes and trainer John O’Shea is likely to wait until after the Lexus to make a decision on the Cup.
Howard Be Thy Name: Darren Weir has said Howard Be Thy Name will head to the Bendigo Cup before a decision on whether he will run in the Melbourne Cup or not with connections saying he will need to win the race to press onto the Cup.
Unikely to Run:
Likely to Run:
Real Love: Despite a disappointing run in the Caulfield Cup Real Love remains in contention for the $6.5million dollar race with owner Bob Peters stating she will run in the Lexus Stakes with a run in the Melbourne Cup determined on how she goes but with the booking of William Pike today it is likely she will race.
In list order we have Jameka, Alamndin, Big Orange, Our Ivanhowe, Curren Mirotic, Hartnell, Who Shot Thebarman Wicklow Brave, Bondi Beach, Exospheric, Grand Marshal, Gallante, Almoonqith, Sir John Hawkwood, Heartbreak City, Beautiful Romance Excess Knowledge, Assign, Secret Number, Grey Lion with the Lexus Stakes winner being ballot exempt Qewy is currently on the fringe.
26/10/2016: Following the removal of Scottish from markets Jameka has shortened from $6.00 into $5.50 whilst Heartbreak City has trimmed up from $14 into $13.
25/10/2016: Despite there being any major news both Hartnell and Jameka have shortened in betting today with Hartnell moving from $4.60 into $4.40 whilst Jameka has been $6.50 into $6.00.
Scottish has eased slightly from $15 out to $17 with news he is likely to run in the Emirates Stakes instead.
24/10/2016: Following second acceptances Big Orange has been the notable shortener firming from $16 into $13 as has Tom Melbourne who had his odds slashed from $301 into $51. Wicklow Brave has also shortened slightly from $18 into $17. Whilst Grand Marshal has drifted back out to $34.
Hartnell remains the Melbourne Cup favourite following his second to Winx in the Cox Plate however he has drifted slightly from $4.40 out to $4.80 whilst Jameka firmed from $7 into $6.50.
Grand Marshal was the biggest firmer in markets after Cox Plate day with his odds of $51 turned into $17.
Who Shot Thebarman was also a firmer in markets $26 into $21 as was Pentathlon $101-$51 with Gallante drifting $21 out to $35 as did Excess Knowledge $31-$51.
Market: View the current Melbourne Cup market
View our Possible Melbourne Cup Field as it stands at 25/10/2016:
Next in Line:
Rose Of Virginia
View the current order of entry:
Runners marked in GREEN are ballot exempt and have a guaranteed spot in the field.
Runners marked in RED are ruled out of the race due to injuries or bypassing race.
Runners marked in BLUE are unlikely to run in the race.
Runners marked with NP have not passed the ballot clause.
Updated 25th October 2016.
|3||BIG ORANGE (GB)||3||56kg|
|4||OUR IVANHOWE (GER)||4||56kg|
|5||CURREN MIROTIC (JPN)||5||55.5kg|
|7||WHO SHOT THEBARMAN (NZ)||7||55kg|
|8||WICKLOW BRAVE (GB)||8||55kg|
|9||BONDI BEACH (IRE)||9||55kg|
|13||GRAND MARSHAL (GB)||13||53.5kg|
|17||SIR JOHN HAWKWOOD (IRE)||17||53kg|
|18||HEARTBREAK CITY (FR)||18||53kg|
|19||HOWARD BE THY NAME||19||51.5kg|
|20||BEAUTIFUL ROMANCE (GB)||20||51.5kg|
|21||EXCESS KNOWLEDGE (GB)||21||52.5kg|
|23||SECRET NUMBER (GB)||23||51kg|
|24||GREY LION (IRE)||24||51kg|
|27||ROSE OF VIRGINIA (NZ)||27||50kg|
|28||VENGEUR MASQUE (IRE)||28||50kg|
|30||DE LITTLE ENGINE||NP||50kg|
|31||THE BANDIT (JPN)||NP||50kg|
|32||TOM MELBOURNE (IRE)||NP||50kg|
The final field of horses for the 2015 BMW Caulfield Cup to be run at Caulfield racecourse, Melbourne, Victoria this Saturday has been finalised with 18 horses to run in the classic race over 2400m.
Many experts have described the 2015 Caulfield Cup as the best instalment they’ve ever seen of the great race that serves as the major lead up to Australia’s great race, the Melbourne Cup always run 16 days later, which this year will be the 3rd of November. 11 horses have completed the Caulfield Melbourne Cup double in the same year, they are;
MOST SUCCESSFUL JOCKEY IN THE CAULFIELD CUP:
MOST SUCCESSFUL FEMALE TRAINERS IN THE CAULFIELD CUP:
MOST SUCCESSFUL TRAINER IN THE CAULFIELD CUP:
LONGEST PRICED WINNERS IN THE CAULFIELD CUP:
SHORTEST PRICED FAVORITES IN THE CAULFIELD CUP:
FALLS IN THE CAULFIELD CUP:
PROTESTS IN THE CAULFIELD CUP:
The final field for the 2015 Caulfield Cup + barriers & odds are as follows; (with 18 horses to run, there are 4 emergencies in the line-up for the 2400m classic.)
|No||Last 10||Horse||Trainer||Jockey||BAR||WT||Pen.||Hcp Rating|
|1||1x6857x080||PROTECTIONIST (GER) $51||Kris Lees||Brenton Avdulla||12||58kg||114|
|2||123x7x116x||SNOW SKY (GB) $15||Sir Michael Stoute||Damien Oliver||3||58kg||115|
|3||6x61x01x2x||FAME GAME (JPN) $8||Yoshitada Munakata||Zac Purton||1||57kg||113|
|4||x1016x7x92||OUR IVANHOWE (GER) $15||Lee & Anthony Freedman||Ben Melham||17||56kg||112|
|5||238x05x36x||HOKKO BRAVE (JPN) $15||Yasutoshi Matsunaga||Craig Williams||19||55.5kg||110|
|6||111151×743||MONGOLIAN KHAN $4.60 (FAV)||Murray Baker||Opie Bosson||9||55kg||112|
|7||4×41112135||TRIP TO PARIS (IRE) $34||Ed Dunlop||Tommy Berry||5||55kg||109|
|8||3x5442x758||WHO SHOT THEBARMAN (NZ) $26||Chris Waller||Blake Shinn||21||54.5kg||109|
|9||889431×075||GRAND MARSHAL (GB) $51||Chris Waller||Jim Cassidy||6||53.5kg||106|
|10||x7433x1322||ROYAL DESCENT $15||Chris Waller||Glen Boss||22||53.5kg||112|
|11||13213×7059||VOLKSTOK’N’BARRELL (NZ) $34||Donna Logan||Craig Newitt||11||53.5kg||110|
|12||x60212x072||HAURAKI $8.50||John O’Shea||14||53kg||104|
|13||x49376x648||LUCIA VALENTINA (NZ) $34||Kris Lees||Dwayne Dunn||20||53kg||110|
|14||26x122x620||RISING ROMANCE (NZ) $13||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig||Damian Lane||2||53kg||110|
|15||18411×0000||MAGICOOL $121||Mark Kavanagh||James Winks||15||52kg||101|
|16||4x1141x980||GUST OF WIND (NZ) $18||John Sargent||Chad Schofield||13||51kg||102|
|17||11x230x253||SET SQUARE $8.50||Ciaron Maher||Kerrin McEvoy||16||51kg||103|
|18||42494×1112||MAGNAPAL $34||Terry & Karina O’Sullivan||Dean Yendall||18||50kg||96|
|19 (e)||2201x2112x||QUEST FOR MORE (IRE) $51||Roger Charlton||Tommy Berry||8||53.5kg||106|
|20 (e)||21112×0131||COMPLACENT $13||John O’Shea||10||53kg||104|
|21 (e)||3352x0x339||DIBAYANI (IRE) $41||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig||7||53kg||105|
|22 (e)||955×143121||MAGIC HURRICANE (IRE) $21||John O’Shea||4||52.5kg||2.5kg||107|