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2009 Doomben 10,000

2009 Doomben 10000 Replay Video:

The Doomebn 10000 2009 Results:

  • 1st – APACHE CAT 3.20 1.90
  • 2nd – BLACK PIRANHA 3.20
  • 3rd – ALL SILENT 5.80

The 2009 Doomben 10,000 is set to be one of the years great 1350m Races. The Doomben 10000 is a WFA Group One

race, with a total purse of $650,000.

This years Doomben 10,000 as always, comes off the back of the
2009 BTC Cup, Doomben’s other great sprint race (raced over 1200m). That race was won by up and coming youngster Duporth, who beat off the gay Waterhouse raced Bank Robber and of course the mercurial Apache Cat who won this race last year.

The 2009 Doomben 10,000 Field, Nominations and Barrier Draw:

1    APACHE CAT    Greg Eurell    Damien Oliver          59    
2    SIR SLICK (NZ)    
Graeme Nicholson            59
3    MARASCO  
 Fred Kersley    Shane Scriven         59
4    SNIPER’S BULLET    
Tracey Bartley    Michael Cahill         59
5    COURT COMMAND    L
iam Birchley    Zac Purton         59
6    ALL SILENT    
Grahame Begg    Craig Williams         59
7    LIGHT FANTASTIC    
Mick Price    Craig Newitt         59   
8    BLACK PIRANHA    
Con Karakatsanis    Tye Angland         59
9    EMPIRES CHOICE
(NZ)    Bart Cummings    Brad Rawiller         59   
10    DANLEIGH    Chris Waller  
 Corey Brown         59   
11    SOMETHING ANYTHING    
Gary Portelli    Jim Cassidy         59     
12    BANK ROBBER    
Gai Waterhouse    Nash Rawiller         59   
13    JUNGLE RULER    
Peter White            59   
14    MR SLICK
(NZ)    Leon Morton    Darren Gauci         59
15    DUPORTH    
Anthony Cummings    Luke Nolen         57
16    ABSOLUT GLAM    
Danny O’Brien    Michael Rodd         57  
17    OVER THE WICKET    
Gary Portelli            57

Now its no secret that Apache Cat has not yet hit his straps this preparation, and I don’t think we’ll see him dominate this years Doomben 10,000 2009. Having said that as an legend of the track, he commands high expectations. Especially in Brisbane. Apache Cat has gone out as a $3 early favourite for the 2009 Doomben 10,000 – and i certainly hope he can win it – but he wont be getting my hard earned, not at that price.

We’ll have to wait and see what happens this week (on Doomben Cup day), and next week with the final nominations and barrier draw.

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

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