1 Welcome to Flemington for Penfolds Victoria Derby Day. And welcome to a magical week of racing. The enchantment of Penfolds Victoria Derby Day takes many forms. The curtain rises on the four-day Melbourne Cup Carnival. The fashion is elegant. The turf is green, the roses are blooming, the horses are ready to show their best. Derby Day offers a brilliant program, with every race at the prestigious Group level. At Group 3, we have the Carbine Club Stakes for three-year-olds—a race that in the past has unearthed such champions as Emancipation and Saintly. The Rising Fast Stakes commemorates the only racehorse to have ever won the Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup treble. The Furphy Sprint is for our sharpest speedsters. And the Lexus Archer Stakes is keenly anticipated as a last chance for stayers to win a place in next Tuesday’s Lexus Melbourne Cup. The Group 2 Wakeful Stakes honours one of the greatest mares in Australian racing history. It is an acknowledged steppingstone for the best staying fillies towards next Thursday’s Kennedy Oaks. Our Group 1 events feature the Coolmore Stud Stakes up the famous 1200 metre Straight Six course, the TAB Empire Rose Stakes for mares, and of course the Penfolds Victoria Derby itself. Today’s racing also features ‘The Damien Oliver’. The Victoria Racing Club salutes one of our all-time champion Flemington jockeys. After winning more than 2800 races in Australia and 129 at Group 1 level including three Melbourne Cups—Damien foreshadows his retirement from riding at the close of this calendar year. This will be his final spring at Flemington. Penfolds Victoria Derby Day is special for Damien. He starts today with an astonishing seven victories to his name in this classic, just one short of Bobbie Lewis’ all-time record. CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME Neil Wilson Chairman


3 VICTORIA RACING CLUB - DIRECTORS NEIL WILSON Chairman MICHAEL RAMSDEN Vice Chairman GLENN CARMODY Honorary Treasurer SOPHIE O’KANE VIN COX NEIL WERRETT MICHAEL SAADIE DAVE BARHAM ALLISON PURDEY ANN PEACOCK Chief Executive Officer: STEVE ROSICH (Secretary in accordance with the Rules of Racing) Acknowledgement of Country The Victoria Racing Club acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which it is based, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. VICTORIA RACING CLUB DIRECTORS PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY DAY Saturday 4 November 2023


5 OFFICIALS Office: 448 Epsom Road, Flemington VIC 3031 Telephone: (03) 8378 0888 Facsimile: (03) 9376 5846 Internet: flemington.com.au Email: customerservice@vrc.net.au Victoria Racing Club Limited ACN 119 214 078 Stipendiary Stewards: ROBERT MONTGOMERY (Chairman), JAMES HITCHCOCK, RAY LIVINGSTONE, CORIE WALLER, REX TERP & COOPER HAYMAN Veterinary Surgeons: Dr JENNETTE O’RIELLY, Dr GRACE FORBES, Dr CHRIS HEISLERS, Dr JAMIE WEARN & Dr EDWINA WILKES Judge: PAUL EGAN Starter: PAUL DIDHAM & COREY MALLYON Clerks Of Scales: SIMON PETCH & ABBY BOYLE Betting Supervisor: WAGERING DEPARTMENT Clerks Of Course: SHANE PATTERSON, PETER PATTERSON, BOB CHALLIS & TEASH GRIFFIN Doctor: Dr JOHN McCORKELL Course Broadcaster: MATT HILL Brand, Marketing & Communications: JO KING Commercial Operations: PETER MINEO VRC Media: DAVID CAMPBELL Experience & Events: LUKE KINNIBURGH Finance & Information Technology: SAM WHATMORE Legal, Risk & Governance: NADIA ANGELO Membership, Ticketing & Customer Operations: JACINTA ALEXANDER Operations: JAMES REID People Capability & Development: MEGAN LOVE Racing: LEIGH JORDON VRC TRACKS & GARDENS MANAGERS Flemington Racecourse: LIAM O’KEEFFE Keeper Of The Flemington Roses: MICK RYAN RVL RACE DAY OFFICIALS VRC EXECUTIVE GENERAL MANAGERS

6 In attendance today are: VICTORIAN VICE-REGAL PARTY Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Margaret Gardner AC, Governor of Victoria Aide to the Governor of Victoria: Mr Otis Heffernan-Wooden 11.30am ARRIVAL OF THE VICTORIAN VICE-REGAL PARTY Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Margaret Gardner AC, Governor of Victoria. 12.20pm Race 1 NETWORK 10 CARBINE CLUB STAKES (G3) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Vin Cox, Director, will escort Mr Rod Prosser, Chief Sales Officer, Paramount Australia & New Zealand, and Mr Adam Sangster, President, The Carbine Club, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Jaimee Rogers, Host, to introduce Mr Prosser to make the presentation and invite Mr Sangster to hand over the Trophy to the Winning Owner. This presentation will take place in The Winners Bar. 1.00pm Race 2 LEXUS ARCHER STAKES (G3) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Neil Werrett, Director, will escort Mr John Pappas, Chief Executive, Lexus Australia, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Jaimee Rogers, Host, to introduce. This presentation will take place in The Winners Bar. 1.40pm Race 3 FURPHY SPRINT (G3) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Dave Barham, Director, will escort Mr David Smith, Managing Director, Lion Beer Australia, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Jaimee Rogers, Host, to introduce. This presentation will take place in The Winners Bar. 2.20pm Race 4 RACING AND SPORTS RISING FAST STAKES (G3) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Michael Saadie, Director, will escort Mr Stephen Crispe, Chief Executive Officer, Racing and Sports, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Jaimee Rogers, Host, to introduce. This presentation will take place in The Winners Bar. 2.55pm Mrs Caitrin Kelly, President, Victorian Wakeful Club, will present the Best Turned Out prize to the Winning Strapper prior to the running of the TAB Wakeful Stakes. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY DAY Saturday 4 November 2023

7 3.00pm Race 5 TAB WAKEFUL STAKES (G2) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Ms Sophie O’Kane, Director, will escort Ms Janette Kendall, Director, Tabcorp, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Jaimee Rogers, Host, to introduce. This presentation will take place in The Winners Bar. 3.40pm Race 6 COOLMORE STUD STAKES (G1) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Michael Ramsden, Vice Chairman, will escort Mr Lindsay Maxsted, Chairman, Coolmore Australia, for Presentation of Trophies to the Winning Owner, Trainer and Jockey. Ms Jaimee Rogers, Host, to introduce. This presentation will take place in The Winners Bar. 4.20pm Race 7 PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY (G1) Penfolds Victoria Derby Official Trophy Handover Following CORRECT WEIGHT, the Chairman, Mr Neil Wilson, will escort Ms Kristy Keyte, Chief Marketing Officer, Penfolds, to the Mounting Yard where the 2023 Penfolds Victoria Derby Trophies will be presented to the Winning Owner, Trainer and Jockey. This segment will be hosted by Mr Eddie McGuire AM, Network 10 Melbourne Cup Carnival Host. Penfolds Victoria Derby Trophy Presentation Following the Trophy Handover, Mr Neil Wilson and Ms Kristy Keyte will be escorted to The Winners Bar where formal speeches and acknowledgements will take place. Ms Jaimee Rogers, Host, to introduce. 5.00pm Race 8 TAB EMPIRE ROSE STAKES (G1) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Glenn Carmody, Honorary Treasurer and Director, will escort Mr David Gallop AM, Director, Tabcorp, for Presentation of Trophies to the Winning Owner, Trainer and Jockey. Ms Jaimee Rogers, Host, to introduce. This presentation will take place in The Winners Bar. 5.40pm Race 9 THE DAMIEN OLIVER (G2) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Neil Wilson, Chairman, will make the Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Jaimee Rogers, Host, to introduce. This presentation will take place in The Winners Bar.

8 WHAT’S ON The Park - A kaleidoscope of fun, fashion, food, and entertainment The hottest musicians take to the Live Stage every day; Melbourne’s best pop-up restaurants serving a variety of delicious takeaway; creativity and expression abound in the Fashions on the Field; and the live racing action continues on the big screen. The Park is located on The Hill and adjacent to the train station. EAT DRINK • Dos Amigos • The Pony Bar • Goldie Boy Co • Furphy Beer Garden • Hochi Mama • Smirnoff Seltzer Springs • Pierlot by Seppelt Bar THE PARK - LIVE STAGE SET TIMES • Client Liaison 4.25pm • Joel Corry (UK) 5.35pm Fashions on the Field Since its inception in 1962, Fashions on the Field has become a cornerstone of Australia’s premier social and sporting event, the Melbourne Cup Carnival. The popular Best Dressed and Best Suited categories invite participants to enter on course located at The Park for your chance to win in a share in $350k worth of prizes. The Front Lawn A plethora of food and drink options that both members and the public can enjoy. The Club Lawn – East end of the Front Lawn In-between races, head to The Club Lawn, located on the Front Lawn East, the coolest place to be on course with its relaxed chic vibes and contemporary style. Hang with friends old and new, grab a cocktail, and enjoy the delights from some of Melbourne’s trendiest restaurants. EAT • 400 Gradi • Mr Miyagi • Meat Frankie • Ebby ALL RACEGOERS PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY DAY Saturday 4 November 2023

9 The Elms – West End of the Front Lawn Head down to The Elms where you can grab a refreshing drink and try some of Melbourne’s best food trucks. EAT • Katsu King Bao • Bratboy • New Orleans Chicken Official Merchandise Make sure you visit one of the many merchandise stores on course over the four days of the Melbourne Cup Carnival. From silk ties and scarves to stubby holders and caps, racegoers will find a range of VRC and Melbourne Cup Carnival merchandise items to choose from, including an exclusive member’s merchandise range. VRC Members get 10% off merchandise when they scan their Membership Card in The Heritage Centre Merchandise Shop only. Merchandise store locations: • The Heritage Centre Merchandise Shop (10% off for VRC Members only) • The Breezeway • Hill Square • The Elms • The Birdcage • The Rails Promenade • The Nursery • The Panoramic • Roving sellers

10 WHAT’S ON The Birdcage Settle in or drop by – however you decide to spend your Cup Week race day, be sure to check out The Birdcage this year to savour the delights on offer for VRC Members and their guests. Everything is set – including the Bird Bath Bar with an all-new boutique food and drink menu, live entertainment at The Birdcage stage and, The Pamper Lounge, where acclaimed hair and make-up stars Joey Scandizzo and Jade Kisnorbo, will be on hand to provide some touch ups. Access to The Birdcage is included in the price of a Members Enclosure Daily Guest Ticket or a Rails Promenade Pedestrian Pass. The Pamper Lounge The Pamper Lounge is back! To help you keep your look fresh and fabulous all day long, visit the Pamper Lounge in The Atrium between 11.00am and 5.30pm for complimentary hair and make-up touch-ups throughout the day. Lexus Melbourne Cup Barrier Draw – after the last The Lexus Melbourne Cup Barrier Draw sees one person connected with each horse in the final field, draw the barrier that they will race from for the ‘the race that stops a nation’™. It will be conducted in the Mounting Yard with formalities commencing at 5:30pm. This is an invitation only event, extended to connections who have a horse in the final field for the 2023 Lexus Melbourne Cup. VRC members and guests are welcome to watch from the seating decks of The Grandstand and The Club Stand along with the Members Lawn. This event will be televised live on 10play from 6:30pm. In the event of wet weather, the Lexus Melbourne Cup Barrier Draw will be relocated to The Domain. EXCLUSIVE TO VRC MEMBERS AND GUESTS PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY DAY Saturday 4 November 2023 BUY FROM ROVING SELLERS ON COURSE * T&C’S APPLY 18+ AU RESIDENTS ONLY $188,604 IN PRIZES TO BE WON* INCLUDING A LEXUS RX 350H 2WD


12 PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY DAY Best Dressed and Best Suited Competitions Registrations 11:15am 12:15pm Promenades 12:25pm 12:50pm Best Dressed Competition Preliminary Finals 1:05pm 1:35pm Daily Final 1:45pm 2:00pm Emerging Designer Award 2:10pm 2:40pm Best Suited Competition Preliminary Finals 3:00pm 3:20pm Daily Final 3:30pm 3:45pm


14 Magic VRC DERBY DAY Changed your mind and missed the winner of the Derby? You must be a drongo! Is that great piece of Aussie slang falling into disuse – like drop kick and flamin’ galah? The drongo who turned the name into a sometimes affectionate insult was a racehorse a century ago. As a thoroughbred, he was far superior to most but he never quite made it to the top. Magic sometimes works that way. Usually the result is happier. Last year a colt sired by the French Derby winner Almanzor magically transformed the lives of the Flannery family from Queensland. Manzoice was the third horse they had ever raced, and at just his sixth start he won the 2022 Penfolds Victoria Derby. Derby Day does that. It creates magic. If you can explain magic without spoiling the mystery, it has something to do with time travel. The past – here, 168 years of tradition at Flemington – intersects with today. A new Victoria Derby winner will appear. Many champions immortalised in the Australian Racing Hall of Fame first achieved recognition through the Victoria Derby. Eighteen winners went on to take a Melbourne Cup, the most recent Efficient who won the 2006 Derby and the 2007 Cup. The most famous was Phar Lap. An additional eighteen Derby winners became subsequent Cup placegetters. The roll call of champion Victoria Derby winners extends far beyond these. Tulloch, for a start, Tobin Bronze and Sailor’s Guide; in more recent times, Dulcify, Taj Rossi and Daryl’s Joy, Mahogany and Red Anchor. The sprinting champion, Sky High, won the 1960 Derby. Slip back further into Australian racing last century, between the two world wars. Whittier and Manfred are there. So too is Frances Tressady – the last filly to have won the Victoria Derby against the colts and geldings, exactly one hundred years ago. Inadvertently, she helped make the runner-up, Drongo, a household name. The Filly and the Drongo By Andrew Lemon

Like the Flannery family with Manzoice, the owner of Frances Tressady was new to this side of the sport. Alex Barlow raced as ‘Mr A.G. Vauxhaull’. He bought the filly cheaply enough at the Sydney yearling sales in 1922. He entrusted her to Sydney jockey Billy Foulsham, embarking on his training career. Frances Tressady was foaled in New South Wales. Her mother was a fourth-generation descendant of 1877 Victoria Derby and Melbourne Cup winner, Chester. With a sustained run home, ridden brilliantly by champion jockey Frank Dempsey, Frances Tressady held off a late challenge. To add to her story, the filly saddled up again three days later and finished a good fifth in the Melbourne Cup – and then won the VRC Oaks, as odd-on favourite, on the Thursday. DEE MAN: Michael Dee congratulates Manzoice’s dedicated groom, Jin Takahashi, on his Group 1 classic success in the 2022 Penfolds Victoria Derby. (Morgan Hancock/Racing Photos) EXCELLENT EFFICIENT: Michael Rodd wins the 2006 Victoria Derby. Rodd and Efficient would return to Flemington 12 months later and claim the 2007 Melbourne Cup. (Racing Photos)

16 Derby Day Magic As for poor old Drongo, although bred in the purple and competing throughout his career only in the highest class events, he had a run of near misses that few have matched. In 37 career starts – all on city tracks, including the Derby and two St Legers – Drongo finished second five times, with seven thirds. He never won a race. OLLIE & ELVIS: 2003 saw Derby favourite Elvstroem come from back in the field to claim his main challenger, Kempinsky, to the delight of an adoring Flemington crowd. (Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

17 Derby Day Magic Sporting journalist Bruce Walkley has written a whole, affectionate book about Drongo, giving the definitive account of how the horse got his name. The original reference was not unkind. The drongo shrike bird is found in the north and east of the continent. It has glossy black plumage with iridescent blue-green spangles, a long forked tail and blood red eyes. It is of the genus Lanius – the name of the sire of thoroughbred Drongo. At his final two career starts, in 1925, Drongo finished fourth in the Adelaide Cup and then second in a classy handicap at Adelaide’s Victoria Park – beaten a neck. Sam Wells, cartoonist with the Melbourne Herald, was one of the first to lampoon the horse who could never win. The name made its way into Australian vernacular. A slow footballer in 1934 was ‘a drongo’. The expression morphed into ‘a bit of a dill’, and worse. By 1940, a poem in Air Force News described a hapless airman: ‘He was just a —— drongo, although he did his best. He was just a drongo, a bit behind the rest.’ Bobbie Lewis had ridden seven Victoria Derby winners before he rode Drongo in the 1923 race. Afterwards he described him as the unluckiest Derby colt ever beaten. 100 TO WON: 100-1 outsider Rebel Raider gave Clare Lindop her first Group 1 win, becoming the first female to win the Derby in its 150-plus year history. (Mark Dadswell/Getty Images) (Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

18 Ollie THANK YOU, By Patrick Bartley

19 After decades in the racing world, Damien Oliver found himself retracing the familiar route to Byford, Western Australia, in August this year, a journey etched in his memory. This marked a significant moment in the illustrious career of arguably Australia’s greatest jockey – a return to where it all began. When Oliver visited Byford with the prestigious Lexus Melbourne Cup trophy as part of the VRC’s Lexus Melbourne Cup Tour in an unannounced visit to his old primary school, the jockey was greeted by 300 excited students. They listened intently as the champion jockey shared anecdotes from his school days and his early steps into the world of work. And why wouldn’t they, when they are graced by the presence of one of the most successful jockeys in Australian history? Jody Harrington, the headmaster of Byford Primary, recalled Oliver’s inspiring message to the students: “Damien told the students that you can achieve anything you want in life, believe in yourself, and trust in your abilities.” Harrington and her staff were impressed by how the older students connected with Oliver, showing a genuine curiosity about his life since leaving school and becoming one of the college’s most celebrated alumni. Earlier this year, Oliver announced his retirement at the age of 51, capping a remarkable 35 years in the saddle, and three Melbourne Cup victories. This all came from hard work and talent, but a chance meeting with trainer Anthony Freedman early in his career at a local yearling sale in Perth was a pivotal moment. Over coffee, they forged a partnership that would become one of racing’s most successful collaborations. NUMBER 3: Ollie brings home Gai’s first Melbourne Cup when teaming up with European import, Fiorente, in 2013. (Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

20 “I spoke to Anthony and mentioned my progress in my first year of riding. They had a connection to me through my brother Jason, so it was decided that I would come to Melbourne,” Oliver recounted. The Freedman brothers, known for their racing prowess, saw potential in Oliver that could complement their team. “I was performing well back in Perth, and having a 2.5-kilogram allowance for the Freedmans gave me a strong advantage as I climbed the ranks. It was a challenging time, being homesick and moving to the other side of the country at just 16, but the Freedmans were tough and hard working. It was a time when everything fell into place, and I was fortunate to be part of their success,” Oliver reflected. Oliver’s career has been nothing short of spectacular, with 129 Group 1 victories, which far surpasses his rivals. He’s claimed 11 Scobie Breasley Medals, an award recognising the most accomplished rider of each season. His early years as an apprentice were equally impressive, as Richard Freedman noted. FOR JASON: Ollie salutes the heavens aboard Irish galloper Media Puzzle in the 2002 Melbourne Cup. (Chris McGrath/Getty Images) Farewell Ollie

21 “People underestimate what a superstar he was as an apprentice. If you ask who the most successful apprentice rider in Australian racing history is, you get names like Malcolm Johnston, Des Lake, and Darren Gauci. But while Gauci had three Group wins as an apprentice and Des Lake had nine, Damien Oliver had 18. He was truly remarkable, perhaps the greatest apprentice in Australia and possibly the world.” Oliver, however, is quick to also attribute his success to his family, friends, and management rather than taking sole credit. He acknowledged that the decision to retire after more than three decades wasn’t easy, but felt like the right time. “I’ve sacrificed and gone without sleep for a long time, and now it’s time for a new chapter in my life. My family is so important to me and my retirement means that I can do a few more school functions and weekends off,” Oliver explained. One of his key team members is his longtime manager, Mark Van Triet, who took over in July 2006 and witnessed the highs and lows of Oliver’s career. Farewell Ollie

22 Farewell Ollie “What stands out the most is how driven and mentally strong he is. Lee Freedman once said he’s like kryptonite that can’t be broken. One example was when he had a fall at The Valley on a Friday night. I thought there was no way he’d ride the next day at Flemington, but after being cleared and discharged in the early hours of Saturday morning, he not only rode, but won the first race!” Tragedy struck during Oliver in 2002 when his older brother, Jason, was killed in a race fall in Western Australia. While the racing world mourned, Oliver managed to mentally compartmentalise his grief to win the Melbourne Cup shortly after the accident. “I’ve thought about this a lot. I was younger and without a family when I lost Jason, and I don’t think the true impact of grief hit me as it would today. I have a family now, and they mean everything to me. If something were to happen to them, I would be devastated,” he revealed. As Oliver steps away from the limelight, he leaves behind an impressive legacy in Australian racing, from dominating two-year-old races to clinching the Melbourne Cup three times. His family will now take centre stage in his life, along with new challenges. Yet, Oliver’s enduring message is that you can achieve anything if you desire it strongly enough, a sentiment echoed by Richard Freedman, who said, “To have been a three-time leading jockey as an 18-year-old and to have ridden 18 Group 1 winners … it’s hard to fathom how exceptional he was.” (Left) SEVENTH HEAVEN: Ollie joins legend Bobbie Lewis on seven VRC Oaks wins after he guided Willowy home in the 2019 edition of Australia’s first fillies classic. (Vince Caligiuri/Getty Images) (Right) NUMBER 6: Aboard Warning after winning the 2019 Victoria Derby for a sixth time. (George Salpigtidis/Racing Photos)

23 Farewell Ollie RACE Winners–Year # Jockey Record–All-time BLACK CAVIAR LIGHTNING (1000m) Previously Lightning Stakes 5 Most Nicconi–2010, Testa Rossa–2000, Gold Ace–1996, Schillaci–1992 & 1993 AUSTRALIAN GUINEAS (1600m) 3 Most Grunt–2018, Mr Murphy–2001, Flying Spur–1996 NEWMARKET HANDICAP (1200m) 3 Equal most Alinghi–2005, Toledo–2001, Schillaci–1992 AUSTRALIAN CUP (2000m) 1 Fiorente–2014 MAKYBE DIVA STAKES (1600m) 5 Equal 2nd Grunt–2018, Fawkner–2015, Vigor–2015, *Sky Heights–1999, *Marble Halls–1997 TURNBULL STAKES (2000m) 2 Equal 3rd *Sky Heights–1999, *Marble Halls–1997 VICTORIA DERBY (2500m) 6 Equal 3rd Warning–2019, Preferment–2014, Fiveandahalfstar–2012, Elvstroem–2003, Amalfi–2001, Redding–1992 COOLMORE STUD STAKES (1200m) Previously Ascot Vale Stakes 3 Equal most *Alinghi–2004, *North Boy–2001, *Racer’s Edge–1994 EMPIRE ROSE STAKES (1600m) 4 Most Colette–2021, Shout The Bar–2020, Hurtle Myrtle–2011, *Bonanova–1998 MELBOURNE CUP (3200m) 3 Equal 2nd Fiorente–2013, Media Puzzle–2002, Doriemus–1995 VRC OAKS (2500m) 7 Equal most Willowy–2021, Personal–2020, Miami Bound–2019, Jameka–2015, Special Harmony–2003, Kensington Palace–1997, Northwood Plume–1994 CHAMPIONS SPRINT (1200m) Previously VRC Sprint Classic 0 Nil CHAMPIONS MILE (1600m) Previously Cantala Stakes 2 Equal 3rd Superstorm–2021, Happy Trails–2012 CHAMPIONS STAKES (2000m) Previously LKS Mackinnon Stakes 5 Equal most Happy Trails–2014, Glass Harmonium–2011, Grand Armee–2004, Danewin–1995, Paris Lane–1994 Ollie’s FLEMINGTON GROUP 1s *Not a Group 1 at the time

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31 HISTORY OF THE DERBY The Penfolds Victoria Derby is the oldest race of the Melbourne Cup Carnival having been first run in 1855, six years before the inaugural Lexus Melbourne Cup. The Penfolds Victoria Derby is a blue riband event over 2500m which determines the most promising stayer in Australia. Won by some of the greats of the turf including Briseis, Grand Flaneur, Poseidon, Manfred, Phar Lap, Tulloch, Tobin Bronze, Dulcify and Mahogany, among its more recent winners are Lexus Melbourne Cup winner Efficient and runner-up Nothin’ Leica Dane, globetrotting star Elvstroem and prolific stallions Blackfriars, Rebel Raider and Tarzino. It has also been a Lexus Melbourne Cup lead-up at times, with Arena (in 1998) the most recent winner to back up in the race that stops a nation™. The previous horse to complete the double was Skipton in 1941. Last year, Chris Waller had his second success in Australia’s oldest classic with Manzoice producing a late finishing burst to defeat race favourite, Sharp ’N’ Smart. It was a first win in the race for emerging young Kiwi jockey, Michael Dee. 2022 PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY WINNER MANZOICE PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY Brett Holburt/Racing Photos

32 PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY LEADING TRAINERS LEADING JOCKEYS TRAINER WINS HORSES (YEAR) JOCKEY WINS HORSES (YEAR) James Scobie 8 Hua (1937) Bobbie Lewis 8 Trivalve (1927) Trivalve (1927) Furious (1921) Wolawa (1912) Carlita (1914) Alawa (1908) Wolawa (1912) Sylvanite (1904) Alawa (1908) F.J.A. (1903) Sylvanite (1904) Hautvilliers (1901) Hautvilliers (1901) Maltster (1900) Maltster (1900) Bart Cummings 5 Omnicorp (1987) Tom Hales 7 The Admiral (1890) Bounty Hawk (1983) Dreadnought (1889) Stormy Rex (1977) Ensign (1888) Taj Rossi (1973) Trident (1886) Dayana (1972) Navigator (1882) William Filgate 5 Lapidist (1873) Grand Flaneur (1880) Charon (1869) Briseis (1876) Sea Gull (1866) Angler (1865) Lantern (1864) Tommy Smith 5 Red Anchor (1984) Brewery Boy (1981) Silver Sharpe (1970) Travel Boy (1959) Tulloch (1957) CURRENT TRAINERS CURRENT JOCKEYS TRAINER WINS HORSES (YEAR) JOCKEY WINS HORSES (YEAR) Lee Freedman 3 Benicio (2005) Damien Oliver 6 Warning (2019) Portland Player (1996) Preferment (2014) Mahogany (1993) Fiveandahalfstar (2012) John Hawkes 2 Arena (1998) Elvstroem (2003) Galena Boy (1975) Amalfi (2001) David Hayes 2 Kibbutz (2007) Redding (1992) Blevic (1994) Hugh Bowman 3 Polanski (2013) Michael Moroney 2 Monaco Consul (2009) Sangster (2011) Second Coming (1997) Lion Tamer (2010) Chris Waller 2 Manzoice (2022) John Allen 2 Hitotsu (2021) Preferment (2014) Extra Brut (2018) Bjorn Baker 1 Lion Tamer (2010) Noel Callow 1 Benicio (2005) C Maher & D Eustace 1 Hitotsu (2021) Larry Cassidy 1 Arena (1998) Trent Busuttin 1 Sangster (2011) Michael Dee 1 Manzoice (2022) Leon Corstens 1 Helenus (2002) Paul Harvey 1 Plastered (2004) Anthony Cummings 1 Fivandahalfstar (2012) Lachlan King 1 Johnny Get Angry (2020) James Cummings 1 Prized Icon (2016) Craig Newitt 1 Tarzino (2015) Anthony Freedman 1 Warning (2019) Michael Rodd 1 Efficient (2006) David Hall 1 Hit The Roof (2000) Craig Williams 1 Kibbutz (2007) Leon Macdonald 1 Rebel Raider (2008) Peter Moody 1 Amalfi (2001) Denis Pagan 1 Johnny Get Angry (2020) David Payne 1 Ace High (2017) Mick Price 1 Tarzino (2015) Graeme Rogerson 1 Efficient (2006) Lindsey Smith 1 Plastered (2004) Gai Waterhouse 1 Nothin’ Leica Dane (1995) Gordon Yorke 1 Fire Oak (1990) TRAINERS AND JOCKEYS

33 VICTORIA DERBY 1855-2022 YEAR WINNER TRAINER JOCKEY SECOND THIRD 2022 Manzoice Chris Waller Michael Dee Sharp ’N’ Smart Aberfeldie Boy 2021 Hitotsu C Maher & D Eustace John Allen Alegron Teewaters 2020 Johnny Get Angry Denis Pagan Lachlan King Hit The Shot Young Werther 2019 Warning Anthony Freedman Damien Oliver Southern Moon Huntly Castle 2018 Extra Brut Darren Weir John Allen Stars Of Carrum Chapada 2017 Ace High David Payne Tye Angland Sully Astoria 2016 Prized Icon James Cummings Glyn Schofield Sacred Elixir Inference 2015 Tarzino Mick Price Craig Newitt Etymology Kia Ora Koutou 2014 Preferment Chris Waller Damien Oliver Bondeiger Nozomi 2013 Polanski Robbie Laing Hugh Bowman Complacent Thunder Fantasy 2012 Fiveandahalfstar Anthony Cummings Damien Oliver Super Cool Rawnaq 2011 Sangster Trent Busuttin Hugh Bowman Induna Sabrage 2010 Lion Tamer Murray & Bjorn Baker Hugh Bowman Praecido Retrieve 2009 Monaco Consul Michael Moroney Corey Brown Extra Zero Viking Legend 2008 Rebel Raider Leon Macdonald Clare Lindop Whobegotyou Pre Eminence 2007 Kibbutz David Hayes Craig Williams Littorio Marching 2006 Efficient Graeme Rogerson Michael Rodd Gorky Park Teranaba 2005 Benicio Lee Freedman Noel Callow Duelled Headturner 2004 Plastered Lindsey Smith Paul Harvey Savabeel Count Ricardo 2003 Elvstroem Tony Vasil Damien Oliver Kempinsky Our Bahare 2002 Helenus Leon Corstens Steven King Hydrometer Ain’t There 2001 Amalfi Peter Moody Damien Oliver Zarek Pentastic 2000 Hit The Roof David Hall Glen Boss Universal Prince Falls The Shadow 1999 Blackfriars Peter Hayes Greg Childs Shogun Lodge Diatribe 1998 Arena John Hawkes Larry Cassidy Sky Heights Lawyer 1997 Second Coming Michael Moroney Greg Childs Tie The Knot Kalastaire 1996 Portland Player Lee Freedman Greg Hall Alfa Ebony Grosve 1995 Nothin’ Leica Dane Gai Waterhouse Shane Dye Octagonal Donar 1994 Blevic David Hayes Rod Griffiths Danewin Stony Bay 1993 Mahogany Lee Freedman Greg Hall Shelved Waikikamukau 1992 Redding Gavin Kelly Damien Oliver Muirfield Village Raising Kentucky 1991 Star Of The Realm John Meagher Steven King Naturalism Ready To Explode 1990 Fire Oak Gordon Yorke Brian Hibberd Centro Lord Revenir 1989 Stylish Century Bill Mitchell Kevin Moses Zamoff Dr Grace 1988 King’s High Colin Hayes Gary Clarke Sir Midas Big Grey Roo 1987 Omnicorp Bart Cummings Jim Cassidy All Ashore Ascot Lane 1986 Raveneaux Jim Moloney Ron Quinton Drought Imprimatur 1985 Handy Proverb Brian Mayfield-Smith Jim Cassidy Acumen Born To Be Queen 1984 Red Anchor Tommy Smith Mick Dittman National Gallery Clovelly Bay 1983 Bounty Hawk Bart Cummings Harry White Cobbobonee Albany Bay 1982 Grosvenor Geoff Murphy Mick Dittman Cossack Prince Veloso 1981 Brewery Boy Tommy Smith Wayne Treloar Birchwood Binbinga 1980 Sovereign Red Geoff Murphy Mick Goreham Real Force Our Paddy Boy 1979 Big Print Andy White Paul Jarman Kingston Town Runaway Kid 1978 Dulcify Colin Hayes Brent Thomson Karaman Turf Ruler 1977 Stormy Rex Bart Cummings Roy Higgins Jury Lefroy 1976 Unaware Colin Hayes John Stocker Salamander Family Of Man 1975 Galena Boy John Hawkes John Letts Romantic Archer Gold And Black 1974 Haymaker Colin Hayes John Miller Pyramul Fortunate 1973 Taj Rossi Bart Cummings Roy Higgins Leica Lover Craig Win 1972 Dayana Bart Cummings Roy Higgins Sobar Longfella 1971 Classic Mission Syd Brown George Moore Column Altai Khan 1970 Silver Sharpe Tommy Smith Pat Hyland Gay Icarus Royal Show 1969 Daryl’s Joy Syd Brown Bill Skelton Top Flat Gallicus 1968 Always There Charlie Waymouth Geoff Lane Vanishing Crewman PAST WINNERS

34 PAST WINNERS YEAR WINNER TRAINER JOCKEY SECOND THIRD 1967 Savoy Ken Hilton Paul Jarman Roman Consul Agena 1966 Khalif Des Judd Roy Higgins Pharaon Sunhaven 1965 Tobin Bronze Grahame Heagney Noel Mifflin Midlander Diocletian 1964 Royal Sovereign John Page Ray Selkrig Strauss Captain Blue 1963 Craftsman Andy White Pat Hyland Sir Dane Future 1962 Coppelius Brian Courtney Geoff Lane Bright Blend Summer Prince 1961 New Statesman Brian Courtney Geoff Lane Blue Era Sometime 1960 Sky High Jack Green Neville Sellwood Persian Lyric Myzami 1959 Travel Boy Tommy Smith Neville Sellwood Ringleader Roman Reveller 1958 Sir Blink Jack Godby Bill Williamson Master Rane But Beautiful 1957 Tulloch Tommy Smith George Moore Prince Darius Tuki 1956 Monte Carlo Frank Dalton Jack Thompson Summalu Olympic Fire 1955 Sailor’s Guide George Daniel Neville Sellwood Arlunya Caranna 1954 Pride Of Egypt Ted Hush Billy Cook King Boru Telyar 1953 Prince Morvi Ernie Fellows Neville Sellwood Cromis Townsville 1952 Advocate Fil Allotta Scobie Breasley Top Level Gallant Archer 1951 Hydrogen Ted Hush Darby Munro Shoreham Bronton 1950 Alister Horry Wolters Reg Heather Midway Londonderry 1949 Delta Maurice McCarten Neville Sellwood King’s Coin / Dickens (Dead-heat 2nd) 1948 Comic Court Jim Cummings Ossie Phillips Foxami Carbon Copy 1947 Beau Gem GeorgeJesser Darby Munro Chanak Conductor 1946 Prince Standard Dan Lewis Billy Briscoe Tribunal Proctor 1945 Magnificent Arthur Croall Jack O’Sullivan Don Pedro Attley 1944 San Martin Lou Robertson Scobie Breasley New Yorker Bootle 1943 Precept Jack Pengilly Ted Preston Valentino Lawrence 1942 Great Britain Har. Freedman Billy Cook Amazed / Illyrian (Dead-heat 2nd) 1941 Skipton Jack Freyer Norm Creighton Laureate High Road 1940 Lucrative Har. Freedman Maur. McCarten Tranquil Star Dark Felt 1939 Reading Jack Cush Darby Munro High Caste Dashing Cavalier 1938 Nuffield Jack Holt Darby Munro Tempest Adios 1937 Hua James Scobie Ray Wilson Ajax Avenger 1936 Talking Alf Papworth Adrian Knox Mala Beechwood 1935 Feldspar Lou Robertson Keith Voitre Allunga Garrio 1934 Theo Fred Williams Maurice McCarten Sylvandale Hyperion 1933 Hall Mark Jack Holt Darby Munro Palphar Miramond 1932 Liberal Fred Foulsham Jim Munro Gaine Carrington Top Hole 1931 Johnnie Jason Charles Unwin Jim Pike Chatham Voil d Amour 1930 Balloon King Dick O’Donnell Jim Pike Veilmond Miss Arrow 1929 Phar Lap Harry Telford Jim Pike Carradale Taisho 1928 Strephon Lou Robertson Jim Pike Yodelist Balmerino 1927 Trivalve James Scobie Bob Lewis Statesman Avant Courier 1926 Rampion Fred Williams Sid Cracknell Thracian Limerick 1925 Manfred Har. McCalman Frank Dempsey Belgamba Hampden 1924 Spearfelt Vin O’Neill Geoge Young Royal Charter Versine 1923 Frances Tressady Will Foulsham Frank Dempsey Drongo Kenilcost 1922 Whittier Harry McCalman Bunty Brown Cliffdale Anton King 1921 Furious Frank Marsden Bob Lewis Bassi Harvest King 1920 Salitros Fred Williams Myles Connell Nautical Syce Knight 1919 Richmond Main Frank Marsden Albert Wood Artilleryman Surveyor 1918 Eusebius Charles Wheeler Les Franklin Outlook Finmark 1917 Biplane Richard Mason Ben Deeley Prince Viridis Broken Glass 1916 Wolaroi Barney Quinn Albert Wood Mehi King Eastcourt 1915 Patrobas Charles Wheeler Bill Smart Cetigne Westcourt 1914 Carlita John Moore Bob Lewis Aristaeus Giru 1913 Beragoon J. E. O’Brien Jim Pike Radnor Andelosia 1912 Wolawa James Scobie Bob Lewis Cider Perdita 1911 Wilari Bill Risby George Lambert Cisco Jacamar

35 * Run on New Year’s Day YEAR WINNER TRAINER JOCKEY SECOND THIRD 1910 Beverage Bill Kelso Jim Pike Styria Bobadea 1909 Prince Foote Frank McGrath Dan McCarthy Danilo Lord Foote 1908 Alawa James Scobie Bob Lewis Parsee Lord Nolan 1907 Mountain King Joe Burton Bill Hickey Peru Welcome Trist 1906 Poseidon Ike Earnshaw Tom Clayton Antonius Booran 1905 Lady Wallace Joe Burton Bill Hickey Grama The Infanta 1904 Sylvanite James Scobie Bob Lewis Lord Fitzroy Billingsgate 1903 F.J.A. James Scobie Arthur Richardson Sweet Nell Belah 1902 Abundance Frank McGrath James Barden Great Scot Rienzi 1901 Hautvilliers James Scobie Bob Lewis Grasspan Haymaker 1900 Maltster James Scobie Bob Lewis Kinglike Barbarossa 1899 Merriwee James Wilson Jnr Vivian Turner Dewey Parthian 1898 Cocos Tom Payten William Delaney Bobadil Woodlark 1897 Amberite W. Duggan Mat Harris Aurum Fleet Admiral 1896 Newhaven Walt Hickenbotham Hen Gardiner Resolute Coil 1895 Wallace Hugh Munro James Gough Osculator Auraria 1894 The Harvester Sam Cook Chris Moore Malachite Bonnie Scotland 1893 Carnage Hugh Munro James Gough The Sailor Prince Pounamu 1892 Camoola Tom Payten Ernie Huxley Meli Johnathon 1891 Strathmore Hugh Munro Henry Cusdin Stromboli Oxide 1890 The Admiral Sam Cook Tom Hales Magic Circle Gatling 1889 Dreadnought Tom Payten Tom Hales Richelieu Rudolph 1888 Ensign Tom Payten Tom Hales Carbine Melos 1887 The Australian Peer Harry Rayner Edward Gorry Abercorn / Niagara 1886 Trident Tom Payten Tom Hales Chesham Aglaos 1885 Nordenfeldt Tom Payten Bob Ellis First Chester Winchester 1884 Rufus James Redfearn Mick O’Brien David Bargo 1883 Martini-Henry Mick Fennelly Henry Williamson Sardius Hurricane 1882 Navigator Etienne de Mestre Tom Hales Frying Pan Segenhoe 1881 Darebin Frank Dakin Ted Power Santa Claus Commotion 1880 Grand Flaneur Tom Brown Tom Hales Progress Mulatto 1879 Suwarrow Robert Howie Richard Walker Belladrum Rivalry 1878 Wellington Morris Griffin Morris Griffin Warlock His Lordship 1877 Chester Etienne de Mestre Pat Piggott Pluto First King 1876 Briseis James Wilson Snr Tom Hales Queen’s Head Sibyl 1875 Robin Hood Etie de Mestre Geo. Donnelly Richmond Marquis Colt 1874 Melbourne John Tait Jim Ashworth Stockbridge Scanmag 1873 Lapidist William Filgate Harry Grubb Mountaineer Maid Of Avenel 1872 Loup Garou James Wilson Snr Tom Brown King Of The Ring Patriach 1871 Miss Jessie James Wilson Snr Jas Wilson Jnr Irish King Formosa 1870 Florence John Tait Charles Stanley Pyrrhus Doubtful 1869 Charon William Filgate Joe Morrison Detective Lamplighter 1869* My Dream James Wilson Snr Duffy Antelope Gasworks 1868* Fireworks John Tait Charles Stanley Little Fish Token 1867 Fireworks John Tait Charles Stanley Palladium L.L. 1866 Sea Gull William Filgate Joe Morrison Gonfalon Maribyrnong 1865 Angler William Filgate Ted Redman Day And Martin The Miller 1864 Lantern William Filgate William Simpson The Sign Freestone 1863 Oriflamme William Lang William Lang Banker Glen Yuille 1862 Barwon Sam Waldock Sam Waldock Malabar Bayard 1861 Camden Joe Morrison Joe Morrison Medora Palestine 1860 Flying Colours Billy Treacey Billy Treacey The Corsair Bonnie Rose 1859 Buzzard Anthony Green Jas Henderson Flying Buck Banjo 1858 Brownlock Anthony Green Thomas Hutton Pakenham 1857 Tricolor Anthony Green Dick Snell Vainhope Union Jack 1856 Flying Doe Anthony Green Joe Carter Barbelle Dermot Astore 1855 Rose Of May Sam Holmes Quiz-The-Wind Pilot

36 FLEMINGTON TRACK Playing host to fourteen Group 1 races each year, Flemington attracts champion racehorses across all distances. The racecourse has been the setting for recordbreaking wins by legendary thoroughbreds including Black Caviar and Makybe Diva, which remain track records to this day. Distance Time Horse Date 1000m 55.42 BLACK CAVIAR 16 Feb 2013 1100m 1:02.15 LOVEYAMADLY 2 Mar 2013 1200m 1:07.16 IGLESIA 1 Jan 2001 1400m 1:20.60 LOVEY 12 Dec 1992 1600m 1:33.49 SCENIC PEAK 9 Nov 2002 1700m 1:40.83 NICONOISE 16 Feb 2013 1800m 1:47.36 TAHUNA GOLD 11 Mar 2000 2000m 1:58.73 MAKYBE DIVA 12 Mar 2005 2500m 2:33.00 KAWTUBAN (IRE) 7 Nov 1992 2600m 2:41.00 JOVIAL KNIGHT 2 Oct 1965 2800m 2:52.40 VERDANT (GB) 6 Nov 2012 3200m 3:16.30 KINGSTON RULE (USA) 6 Nov 1990 TRACK RECORDS Home of the Victoria Racing Club and the world-renowned Melbourne Cup Carnival TRACK SPECIFICATIONS Circumference 2312 metres Straight (Circuit) 450 metres Straight Track 1200 metres 3200m 2800m 2500m 2000m 1600m 1400m 1000m 1100m 1200m 1800m Winning Post

37 HORSE STALLS DIRECTORY Race Horse Stall Race Horse Stall Race Horse Stall 5 Aethelflaed 103 7 Air Assault 19 3 Aitch Two Oh 67 8 Alcohol Free 111 5 Amazonian Lass 111 7 Apulia 14 6 Arkansaw Kid 15 5 Aspenado 51 2 Athabascan 87 8 Atishu 56 8 Ausbred Flirt 105 9 Ayrton 85 9 Bandersnatch 123 8 Barbie's Fox 17 5 Bon Mistress 32 1 Brave Mead 80 7 Bulawayo 47 6 Butch Cassidy 114 4 Cause For Concern 44 9 Cause For Concern 45 6 Celui 72 4 C'est Magique 38 4 Chain Of Lightning 88 5 Coco Sun 118 9 Corner Pocket 31 1 Critique 115 4 Crosshaven 16 6 Cylinder 99 3 Dancing Alone 104 8 Deny Knowledge 43 5 Diamonds Choice 21 6 Don Corleone 10 5 Easy Turn 40 1 Ersa 18 8 Foxy Frida 20 2 Gan Teorainn 58 4 Garza Blanca 77 7 Gates 86 4 General Beau 124 3 Ghaanati 7 7 Gold Bullion 112 4 Gravina 98 5 Harlow Mist 23 1 Heman 9 9 Here To Shock 18 8 Hinged 57 8 Hope In Your Heart 34 3 Hypothetical 108 6 I Am Unstoppable 75 1 Influential 60 4 It'sourtime 125 9 Jack The Lad 42 8 Jennilala 82 1 Just In Time 68 1 Kaizad 113 2 Kalapour 35 9 Kalino 61 9 King Magnus 55 6 King's Gambit 11 5 Konasana 59 7 Kosgei 2 2 Ladies Man 52 3 Lempicka 33 8 Life Lessons 89 9 Lord Vladivostok 8 1 Mah Ali 106 7 Make A Call 13 7 Mercante 110 6 Mexico 27 6 Moravia 26 8 More Secrets 122 2 Mostly Cloudy 4 9 Munhamek 117 6 Nadal 79 4 Najem Suhail 55 9 Not an Option 119 6 Ozzmosis 1 8 Pride Of Jenni 83 8 Princess Grace 58 3 Queen Of The Ball 24 3 Red Card 94 8 Renaissance Woman 5 7 Riff Rocket 60 4 Rocketing By 41 7 Roguery 76 3 Rose Quartz 37 1 Rovno Amber 46 7 Sacred Eagle 71 9 Savannah Cloud 92 6 Scheelite 30 5 Sentimental Flame 39 6 Shinzo 62 8 Shuffle Dancer 90 6 Snapback 12 3 South Of Houston 85 4 Spacewalk 96 2 Speak 121 3 Starlight Scope 49 6 Steparty 28 6 Stretan Angel 91 5 Subrising 109 7 Sunsets 3 9 Swords Drawn 120 9 Tamerlane 97 6 Tiz Invincible 84 7 To Be Frank 78 7 Tokyo Run 6 6 Treasurway 50 4 Triple Missile 29 2 United Nations 78 6 Veight 116 7 Verdad 54 5 Vieste 107 9 Vilana 100 7 Warialda Warrior 48 9 Williamsburg 73 3 Willinga Beast 36 8 Wishlor Lass 69 8 Wrote To Arataki 22 5 Zambezi Khan 53 3 Zapateo 95 5 Zardozi 93 9 Zennzella 81 9 Zoutori 124

38 runners by trainer # Horse Race # Horse Race # Horse Race Anthony & Sam Freedman 8 Hypothetical 3 Ben, Will & JD Hayes 7 Ersa 1 6 Crosshaven 4 7 Arkansaw Kid 6 1 Apulia 7 8 Barbie’s Fox 8 10 Here To Shock 9 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 1 Brave Mead 1 5 United Nations 2 12 Garza Blanca 4 16 Nadal 6 17 Tiz Invincible 6 14 To Be Frank 7 10 Pride Of Jenni 8 17 Jennilala 8 18 Zennzella 9 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 3 Kaizad 1 4 Critique 1 5 Amazonian Lass 5 13 Butch Cassidy 6 7 Gold Bullion 7 1 Alcohol Free 8 Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou 14 Williamsburg 9 Ken & Kasey Keys 5 Lempicka 3 12 Bon Mistress 5 9 Scheelite 6 Lloyd Kennewell & Lucy Yeomans 10 I Am Unstoppable 6 12 Roguery 7 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes 16 More Secrets 8 3 Bandersnatch 9 Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr) 12 South Of Houston 3 4 Ayrton 9 Pat Carey & Harris Walker 9 Starlight Scope 3 10 Bulawayo 7 Peter & Paul Snowden 2 Heman 1 11 Ghaanati 3 3 Don Corleone 6 5 King’s Gambit 6 8 Snapback 6 6 Make A Call 7 Peter G Moody & Katherine Coleman 2 Chain Of Lightning 4 8 Gates 7 12 Life Lessons 8 13 Shuffle Dancer 8 Richard & Chantelle Jolly 3 Aitch Two Oh 3 Richard & Will Freedman 9 Just In Time 1 Robbie Griffiths & Mathew de Kock 10 Najem Suhail 4 2 Verdad 7 2 King Magnus 9 Tony & Calvin McEvoy 2 Coco Sun 5 4 Veight 6 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 4 Mostly Cloudy 2 5 Sunsets 7 9 Kosgei 7 Wayne Francis & Glen Kent 16 Jack The Lad 9 Bjorn Baker 11 Ozzmosis 6 7 Renaissance Woman 8 Grahame Begg 6 Rose Quartz 3 9 C’est Magique 4 Chris Bieg 8 Diamonds Choice 5 Nigel Blackiston 7 Subrising 5 13 Mercante 7 James Cummings 1 Zapateo 3 4 Red Card 3 3 Gravina 4 7 Spacewalk 4 1 Zardozi 5 2 Cylinder 6 1 Vilana 9 5 Tamerlane 9 Travis Doudle 6 Sentimental Flame 5 Mathew Ellerton 8 General Beau 4 6 Zoutori 9 Michael Freedman 2 Queen Of The Ball 3 12 Mexico 6 14 Moravia 6 Andrew Gluyas 3 Air Assault 7 Bryce Heys 10 Dancing Alone 3 Michael Hickmott 15 Lord Vladivostok 9 Patrick Kearney 14 Easy Turn 5 Michael Kent 11 Deny Knowledge 8 Kris Lees 2 Kalapour 2 7 Willinga Beast 3 Guy Lowry 9 Zambezi Khan 5 Shawn Mathrick 11 Cause For Concern 4 17 Cause For Concern 9 John McArdle 11 Aspenado 5 Dean Mirfin 16 Tokyo Run 7 Michael Moroney 7 Speak 2 9 Not an Option 9 13 Swords Drawn 9 Shane Nichols 6 Rovno Amber 1 Andrew Noblet 6 Foxy Frida 8 Danny O’Brien 4 It’sourtime 4 John O’Shea 3 Athabascan 2 Kerry Parker 3 Hope In Your Heart 8 David Pfieffer 1 Rocketing By 4 Paul Preusker 6 Steparty 6 John Ramsey 15 Warialda Warrior 7 Nick Ryan 8 Munhamek 9 John Sargent 4 Harlow Mist 5 Allan Sharrock 1 Ladies Man 2 Benjamin Smith 8 Mah Ali 1 13 Vieste 5 Lindsey Smith 5 Triple Missile 4 7 Corner Pocket 9 Matthew Smith 10 Aethelflaed 5 Brent Stanley 15 Celui 6 Phillip Stokes 18 Stretan Angel 6 11 Savannah Cloud 9 Chris Waller 5 Influential 1 6 Gan Teorainn 2 3 Konasana 5 1 Shinzo 6 4 Riff Rocket 7 2 Princess Grace 8 4 Atishu 8 5 Hinged 8 12 Kalino 9 Jason Warren 19 Treasurway 6 Brad Widdup 15 Ausbred Flirt 8 Symon Wilde 11 Sacred Eagle 7 14 Wishlor Lass 8 Matthew Williams 9 Wrote To Arataki 8

CLUB MASTER 39 jockey by rides Undeclared 18 Zennzella 9 Ben Allen 16 Nadal 6 3 Air Assault 7 John Allen 7 Ersa 1 11 Ghaanati 3 6 Sentimental Flame 5 6 Steparty 6 5 Sunsets 7 14 Wishlor Lass 8 Declan Bates 16 Tokyo Run 7 10 Pride Of Jenni 8 7 Corner Pocket 9 Opie Bosson 4 Critique 1 3 Don Corleone 6 7 Gold Bullion 7 1 Alcohol Free 8 Jordan Childs 12 Mexico 6 11 Sacred Eagle 7 3 Bandersnatch 9 Tim Clark 3 Kaizad 1 4 Mostly Cloudy 2 4 Red Card 3 9 C’est Magique 4 5 Amazonian Lass 5 2 Cylinder 6 3 Hope In Your Heart 8 Harry Coffey 8 Diamonds Choice 5 17 Tiz Invincible 6 7 Renaissance Woman 8 Winona Costin 8 Mah Ali 1 13 Vieste 5 8 Snapback 6 13 Swords Drawn 9 Billy Egan 7 Speak 2 10 Dancing Alone 3 2 Chain Of Lightning 4 9 Zambezi Khan 5 19 Treasurway 6 12 Roguery 7 6 Foxy Frida 8 9 Not an Option 9 Celine Gaudray 10 Bulawayo 7 Jamie Kah 8 Hypothetical 3 7 Spacewalk 4 3 Konasana 5 4 Veight 6 6 Make A Call 7 11 Deny Knowledge 8 17 Cause For Concern 9 Rachel King 1 Rocketing By 4 11 Ozzmosis 6 15 Ausbred Flirt 8 14 Williamsburg 9 Madison Lloyd 14 Easy Turn 5 James McDonald 5 Influential 1 3 Athabascan 2 1 Zapateo 3 5 Triple Missile 4 1 Zardozi 5 1 Shinzo 6 4 Riff Rocket 7 4 Atishu 8 5 Tamerlane 9 Blaike McDougall 5 Lempicka 3 11 Cause For Concern 4 12 Bon Mistress 5 Darryl McLellan 15 Warialda Warrior 7 Jye McNeil 6 Gan Teorainn 2 12 South Of Houston 3 7 Arkansaw Kid 6 2 Verdad 7 12 Kalino 9 Linda Meech 3 Aitch Two Oh 3 6 Zoutori 9 Craig Newitt 11 Aspenado 5 15 Celui 6 Luke Nolen 9 Scheelite 6 8 Gates 7 13 Shuffle Dancer 8 Teo Nugent 15 Lord Vladivostok 9 Damien Oliver 9 Just In Time 1 2 Kalapour 2 2 Queen Of The Ball 3 10 Aethelflaed 5 14 Moravia 6 13 Mercante 7 16 More Secrets 8 1 Vilana 9 Justin Potter 16 Jack The Lad 9 Blake Shinn 6 Rose Quartz 3 4 It’sourtime 4 4 Harlow Mist 5 10 I Am Unstoppable 6 9 Kosgei 7 5 Hinged 8 8 Munhamek 9 Zac Spain 6 Rovno Amber 1 10 Najem Suhail 4 11 Savannah Cloud 9 Jamie Spencer 1 Brave Mead 1 5 United Nations 2 7 Willinga Beast 3 12 Garza Blanca 4 7 Subrising 5 13 Butch Cassidy 6 14 To Be Frank 7 2 Princess Grace 8 17 Jennilala 8 Daniel Stackhouse 9 Starlight Scope 3 6 Crosshaven 4 18 Stretan Angel 6 12 Life Lessons 8 10 Here To Shock 9 Thomas Stockdale 2 King Magnus 9 Dean Yendall 1 Ladies Man 2 8 General Beau 4 9 Wrote To Arataki 8 Mark Zahra 2 Heman 1 3 Gravina 4 2 Coco Sun 5 5 King’s Gambit 6 1 Apulia 7 8 Barbie’s Fox 8 4 Ayrton 9 # Horse Race # Horse Race # Horse Race