1 HOT DANISH Les Bridge Tim Clark 10 59
2 CULMINATE (NZ) Stephen Mckee Damien Oliver 14 56
3 ESKIMO QUEEN (NZ) Michael Moroney Blake Shinn 15 55
4 GALLANT TESS David Payne Hugh Bowman 4 54
5 JUDGED Joseph Pride Jim Cassidy 5 54
6 NEROLI Peter Snowden Kerrin McEvoy 13 52
7 ABSOLUTELYFABULOUS Kris Lees Corey Brown 6 51
8 CHINCHILLA ROSE Chris Waller Stephen Baster 18 51
9 PORTILLO Peter Snowden Jay Ford 16 51
10 ILLUMINATES Graeme Rogerson Peter Wells (a) 1 51
11 IMANANABAA David Payne Jeff Penza 9 51
12 ROCK ME BABY David Payne Aaron Spiteri 3 51
13 TYPHOON TRACY Peter G Moody Glen Boss 17 51
14 GOLD WATER Gai Waterhouse Daniel Ganderton (a) 12 51
15 PRAVANA John O’Shea Chris Munce 7 51
16 BERNICIA Guy Walter Rod Quinn 19 51
17e MARY’S GRACE Kylie Gavenlock Jeff Penza 8 51
18e GLOWLAMP Clarry Conners Peter Wells (a) 2 51
19e DANEHILL SMILE Jason Coyle 11 51
The favourite Hot Danish has been scratched from Saturday’s Group One Coolmore Classic at Rosehill.
Trainer Les Bridge informed stewards of the decision early on Friday.
The Randwick trainer voiced concerns earlier in the week about Hot Danish being lumped with the topweight of 59kg for the Coolmore and the decision to scratch her was made following discussions with the mare’s owners.
Bridge told stewards Hot Danish would have her next start in the Queen Of The Turf Stakes (1500m) at Rosehill in two weeks before running in the $2 million Doncaster (1600m) at Randwick on April 18.
Hot Danish has 53.5kg in the Doncaster.
Unbeaten Victorian Typhoon Tracy is the new favourite for the Coolmore at $4.80 on TAB Sportsbet fixed odds.
Meanwhile, five-time Group One winner Racing To Win has been scratched from Saturday’s Canterbury Stakes due to a hoof abscess which burst on Thursday morning.
Trainer John O’Shea is now aiming to run Racing To Win in either the Group One George Ryder Stakes (1500m) or the Listed Royal Parma Stakes (1400m) at Rosehill on Golden Slipper day, April 4.
Article by aapracing