1 Welcome to Ladies’ Day at Flemington, Kennedy Oaks Day. On the track, the Thursday of the Melbourne Cup Carnival is, more than ever before, the day for showcasing the very best of our female equine performers. The Kennedy Oaks with its long history is the acknowledged proving ground for Australia’s best staying three-year-old fillies. The VRC is proud to present an exceptional Oaks Day racing program with a wealth of opportunities for mares and fillies catering to a wide range of ages and distances. As for racegoers, Kennedy Oaks Day is the day to enjoy the finest in fashion, especially women’s fashion, from around Australia and around the world – from home couture to haute couture. Flemington is the perfect setting for racewear at its best. Dressing smartly, elegantly, amazingly and gloriously is all part of the mix. Around Australia today Oaks Day parties and lunches are sharing the tradition and fun of being together on this day. Throughout the year and around the nation, regional and country race meetings feature their own Fashions on the Field competitions. We take pride in the VRC knowing that the concept and tradition began here at Flemington some sixty years ago. In a similar spirit, we look forward to today’s Melbourne Cup Carnival Country Series Final. Over the past five weeks, country horses have been competing in eight quality heats at out-of-town courses for the right to run in today’s 1600 metre final and the chance to share in $500,000 prize money. We are delighted to be able to welcome everyone back to Flemington to enjoy everything that Kennedy Oaks Day, Ladies’ Day, has to offer. 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 VICKI CANNING ALLISON PURDEY Chief Executive Officer: STEVE ROSICH (Secretary in accordance with the Rules of Racing) Acknowledgement of Country VRC acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we meet today, the Wurundjeri and Bunurong people of the Kulin nation and pay our respects to Elders past and present. VICTORIA RACING CLUB DIRECTORS KENNEDY OAKS DAY Thursday 3 November 2022


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: ROB MONTGOMERY (Chairman), ROBERT CRAM, CORIE WALLER, REECE WHEELER, GEORGIE LEWIS & SCOTT QUILL Veterinary Surgeons: Dr JENNETTE O’RIELLY, Dr GRACE FORBES, Dr JAMIE WEARN, Dr ROB CORVER & Dr EDWINA WILKES Judge: PAUL EGAN Starter: PAUL DIDHAM & COREY MALLYON Clerks Of Scales: HAYLEY ADDISON & COURTNEY PACE Betting Supervisor: WAGERING DEPARTMENT Clerks Of Course: SHANE PATTERSON, PETER PATTERSON, JOHN GLOVER, BOB CHALLIS & TEASH GRIFFIN Doctor: Dr JOHN McCORKELL & Dr MATT MAIDEN Course Broadcaster: MATT HILL Brand, Marketing & Communications: JO KING Commercial Operations: PETER MINEO VRC Media: DAVID CAMPBELL Experience & Events: DEIRDRE McGUANE 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 KENNEDY OAKS DAY Thursday 3 November 2022 12.40pm Race 1 TCL TV STAKES Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Dave Barham, Director, will escort Mr Hawk Zhang, Managing Director AU/NZ, TCL Electronics, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Georgie Tunny, The Project Presenter, to introduce. This will take place on the Presentation Stage. 1.15pm Race 2 DARLEY OTTAWA STAKES (G3) Following CORRECTWEIGHT, Ms Sophie O’Kane, Director, will escort Mr Alastair Pulford, Head of Stallions – Darley Australia, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Georgie Tunny, The Project Presenter, to introduce. This will take place on the Presentation Stage. 1.50pm Race 3 INGLIS BRACELET Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Glenn Carmody, Honorary Treasurer and Director, will escort Mr James Price, Victorian Bloodstock Manager, Inglis, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Natalie Hunter, Network 10 Presenter, to introduce. This will take place on the Presentation Stage. 2.30pm Race 4 OFF THE TRACK DESIRABLE STAKES (LR) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Vin Cox, Director, will escort Mr Andrew Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Racing Victoria, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Natalie Hunter, Network 10 Presenter, to introduce. This will take place on the Presentation Stage. 3.10pm Race 5 CIRKA TROPHY Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Neil Werrett, Director, will escort Mr Matthew Bond, Executive Chairman, Cirka, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Natalie Hunter, Network 10 Presenter, to introduce. This will take place on the Presentation Stage. 3.50pm Race 6 G.H. MUMM CENTURY STAKES (LR) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Michael Saadie, Director, will escort Mr Kevin Mapson, Commercial Managing Director, Pernod Ricard Pacific, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Natalie Hunter, Network 10 Presenter, to introduce. This will take place on the Presentation Stage. 4.30pm Race 7 MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL COUNTRY FINAL Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Michael Ramsden, Vice Chairman, will make the Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Natalie Hunter, Network 10 Presenter, to introduce. This will take place on the Presentation Stage. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

7 5.10pm Race 8 KENNEDY OAKS (G1) Kennedy Oaks Official Trophy Handover Following CORRECT WEIGHT, the Chairman, Mr Neil Wilson, will escort Mr James Kennedy, Executive Chairman, Kennedy, to the Mounting Yard where the 2022 Kennedy Oaks 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. Kennedy Oaks Trophy Presentation Following the Trophy Handover, Mr Neil Wilson and Mr James Kennedy will be escorted to the Presentation Stage where formal speeches and acknowledgements will take place. Ms Natalie Hunter, Network 10 Presenter, to introduce. 5.50pm Race 9 10 NEWS FIRST RED ROSES STAKES (G3) Following CORRECT WEIGHT, Mr Steve Rosich, Chief Executive Officer and Director, will escort Brihony Dawson, Host, The Challenge, for Presentation of the Trophy to the Winning Owner. Ms Natalie Hunter, Network 10 Presenter, to introduce. This will take place on the Presentation Stage.

8 WHAT’S ON KENNEDY OAKS DAY Thursday 3 November 2022 ALL RACEGOERS The Park A playground of endless fun and frivolity, The Park is exciting, unexpected, carefree and a whole lot of fabulous. Dance in the daylight to performances by Australia’s hottest musicians, indulge in delicious bites from Melbourne’s trendiest eateries, embrace the joy of dressing up for Fashions on the Field, delight in playful spaces and sit back with sips in stylish bars. Located on the hill, adjacent to the train station, it’s a must-visit destination for foodies, fashionistas, music lovers and punters alike. EAT DRINK • Dos Amigos • The Pony Bar • Goldie Boy Co • Furphy Beer Garden • Hochi Mama • Smirnoff Seltzer Springs • Pub Grub • Pierlot by Seppelt Bar PLAY Dyson Style Lab Dyson, experts in hair science, will have a team of stylists on-course at the Dyson Style Lab in The Park offering complimentary hair styling touch-ups throughout the duration of the carnival. Additionally, you can access a special Cup Week discount of $200 off the Dyson CorraleTM cordless hair straightener in Purple/Black. TAB 360 Glam Cam Be sure to visit the TAB 360 Glam Cam and upload your photo onto socials for your chance to win a $600 prize pack each race day. T&C’s apply. Gamble Responsibly. Gambler’s Help 1800 858 858 The Stables Come and capture your best insta moments up in The Park with our Stables. Take a dive into the Motel Pool or retire for a rest in the Motel Bedroom. Be sure to visit the Motel Check In first, where your room key could win you a prize from some of our fabulous sponsors TAB, Myer and Dyson.

9 SOUNDS • Sunshine & Disco Faith Choir – 2:05PM • Sneaky Sound System – 3:10PM • Carl & Eric’s Hot Sauce – 4:15PM Myer Fashions on the Field This year the VRC unveiled a new chapter of Myer Fashions on the Field, with the major Women’s and Men’s Racewear competitions transformed to become the Best Dressed and Best Suited Awards, with participants encouraged to enter either category based on their unique personal style. There is still opportunity for racegoers to enter in-person in The Park at Flemington today and the winners of the Best Dressed and Best Suited will be announced this afternoon. TAB Champions Stakes Day is for our Family and Alpha Edit (14-18yo) racegoers to showcase their style. Whether you want to put your best fashion foot forward and compete in the Best Dressed or Best Suited competitions or just check out the fashion, food, and fun – The Park is the place to be! Best Dressed and Best Suited Style Spotting and Registration 10.30am – 12.25pm Promenade 12.25pm – 12.55pm Best Dressed Daily Preliminary Final 1.10pm – 1.40pm Daily Final 1.50pm – 2.05pm Best Suited Daily Preliminary Final 2.15pm – 2.45pm Daily Final 2.55pm – 3.10pm Grand Finals Best Dressed Competition 3.20pm – 3.35pm Best Suited Competition 3.50pm – 4.05pm

10 WHAT’S ON The Club Lawn Hotel In-between races, head to the Club Lawn Hotel, located on the Front Lawn East, the coolest place to be on course with its relaxed chic vibes and contemporary style. The perfect place to grab a cocktail and mingle with friends. Plus some of Melbourne’s trendiest restaurants to enjoy. • Gradi • Hella Good by Stalactites • Merrywell • Oriental Teahouse Pin & Win Buy a Lexus Melbourne Cup souvenir pin and help support children to recover from the trauma of abuse and family violence. Established in 1995, Pin & Win is the VRC’s leading charitable initiative that has raised more than $6.9 million for various charities to date. The VRC’s Charity Partner for Pin & Win this year is Australian Childhood Foundation, a leading not-for-profit organisation that provides specialist therapeutic support to children to help them heal and feel safe, as well as educating and empowering communities to safeguard children. By simply purchasing a pin, racegoers have the opportunity to enter the draw to win more than $130,000 in prizes including a brand-new 2022 Lexus NX 350h 2WD F Sport Hybrid with automatic transmission, valued at $81,694. The commemorative pins cost $5 and $10 for a diamante horseshoe pin and are available for purchase on course and online at vrc.com.au. Merchandise Make sure you visit the merchandise stores on course over the four days of the Melbourne Cup Carnival, located in the Betting Ring, the Breezeway, Hill Square, in The Domain and The Nursery. 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.

11 EXCLUSIVE TO VRC MEMBERS AND GUESTS Pamper Lounge The perfect spot to touch up your lippy or tame loose curls this Melbourne Cup Carnival. Keep your look gorgeous and fresh throughout the race day with complimentary hair and make-up touch ups for members and guests in The Atrium of The Grandstand. The Birdcage The Birdcage is renowned for its style, glamour and the fun of people watching and celebrity spotting. In 2022, for the first time ever, VRC members can invite their guests to enjoy access into The Birdcage, with a Members Enclosure Daily Guest Ticket. To explore all that is on offer in The Birdcage over Cup Week, including the Bird Bath Bar a special retail offering, croquet lawn games and more simply visit vrc.com.au or wander down and explore the magical garden setting in The Birdcage for yourself. The Roof Garden Head up to The Roof Garden to keep the party going with DJ Chloe Wilson on the decks from 5:15PM! BUY FROM ROVING SELLERS ON COURSE * 18+ AU RESIDENTS ONLY (EXCL. WA) $131,194 IN PRIZES TO BE WON INCLUDING A LEXUS NX 350H 2WD F SPORT

KENNEDY OAKS DAY BEST DRESSED AND BEST SUITED Style Spotting and Registration 10.30am – 12.25pm Promenade 12.25pm – 12.55pm BEST DRESSED Daily Preliminary Final 1.10pm – 1.40pm Daily Final 1.50pm – 2.05pm BEST SUITED Daily Preliminary Final 2.15pm – 2.45pm Daily Final 2.55pm – 3.10pm GRAND FINALS Best Dressed 3.20pm – 3.35pm Best Suited 3.50pm – 4.05pm

13 MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL OCT 29 - NOV 5 LIVE STAGE The Park is a playground of endless fun and frivolity, with performances by Australia’s hottest musicians, Melbourne’s trendiest eateries and stylish bars. Located on the hill, adjacent to the train station, it’s exciting, unexpected, carefree, fashionable and a little bit fabulous. Best of all, entry to The Park is free with your Melbourne Cup Carnival ticket. PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY DAY BAKER BOY ––––– KLP & STACE CADET ––––– SGT SLICK LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP DAY KENNEDY OAKS DAY CARL & ERIC’S R HOT SAUCE ––––– SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM ––––– SUNSHINE & DISCO FAITH CHOIR TAB CHAMPIONS STAKES DAY BIRDS OF TOKKYO ––––– CROOKED COLOURS (DJ SET) ––––– TEDDY CREAM HOT DUB TIME MACHINE ––––– WAFIAA –––––– SWEET MIX KIDS PLUS SHEPPARD LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP DAY BEST DRESSED AND BEST SUITED Style Spotting and Registration 9.00am – 10.30am Promenade 10.35am – 11.05am BEST DRESSED Daily Preliminary Finals 11.20am – 11.50am Daily Final 12.00pm – 12.15pm LILLIAN FRANK AM MBE MILLINERY AWARD 12.25pm – 12.45pm BEST SUITED Daily Preliminary Finals 1.00pm – 1.30pm Daily Final 1.40pm – 1.55pm ELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL OCT 29 - NOV 5 I The Park is a playground of endless fun and frivolity, with performances by Australia’s hottest musicians, Melbourne’s trendiest eateries and stylish bars. Located on the hill, adjacent to the train station, it’s exciting, unexpected, carefree, fashionable and a little bit fabulous. Best of all, entry to The Park is free with your Melbourne Cup Carnival ticket. PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY DAY BAKER BOY ––––– KLP & STACE CADET ––––– SGT SLICK LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP DAY KENNEDY OAKS DAY CARL & ERIC’S HOT SAUCE ––––– SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM ––––– SUNSHINE & DISCO FAITH CHOIR TAB CHAMPIONS STAKES DAY BIRDS OF TOKYO ––––– CROOKED COLOURS (DJ SET) ––––– TEDDY CREAM HOT DUB TI E MACHINE ––––– WAFIIA ––––– SWEET MIX KIDS PLUS SHEPPARD CARL & ERIC’S HOT SAUCE 4:15PM SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM 3:10PM SUNSHINE & DISCO FAITH CHOIR 2:05PM LIVE STAGE

14 • Interactive race guide • Tips and race predictions • Insider interviews • Latest Flemington news Discover more MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL YOUR WAY!

15 EXPERT TIPS NIC ASHMAN RACING EXPERT MARK GUEST RACING EXPERT Guesty is the epitomy of a form expert. His extensive experience across the racing industry as a jockey manager, form analyst and presenter. He uses his wealth of racing knowledge to book all the race rides for top jockey, James McDonald. BEST BET Race 3 #8 ROOTS BEST EACH-WAY Race 5 #11 FIFTH POSITION KENNEDY OAKS TIP Race 8 #1 SHE’S EXTREME Nic can do it all, he is a form expert, broadcast host and provides mounting yard analysis for Racing.com. Nic closely follows sectional data, which is recorded by way of a GPS tracker stored in the horse’s saddlecloth. He uses this complex data and his own ratings system to find value and winners. BEST BET Race 3 #8 ROOTS BEST EACH-WAY Race 7 #11 REALEZA KENNEDY OAKS TIP Race 8 #1 SHE’S EXTREME

16 RECOGNITION OF THE HORSE AND THE GROOM In 2020 the concept to recognise and pay tribute to the strong bond between the horse and the groom was formalised. Specially crafted buckets were made and will become the perpetual trophy for each year going forward for the Group 1 races over Cup Week. There will also be a miniature memento bucket which will be given to the Groom to keep. To highlight our long and proud history, the horse names associated with the races are in honour of the inaugural winner of the race. Race Inaugural year First winner Victoria Derby 1855 Rose of May Cantala Stakes 1919 Chal Empire Rose Stakes 1988 Concordance Coolmore Stud Stakes (Ascot Vale Stakes) 1969 Vain Melbourne Cup 1861 Archer VRC Oaks 1861 Palestine Darley Sprint Classic (VRC Stakes) 1960 Karina Mackinnon Stakes 1869 Glencoe CEREMONIAL BUCKET

17 PENFOLDS VICTORIA DERBY HITOTSU Groom – Willie McCarthy KENNEDY CANTALA (Cantala Stakes) SUPERSTORM Groom – Ben Vernon TAB EMPIRE ROSE STAKES (Empire Rose Stakes) COLETTE Groom – Ashley Oldham COOLMORE STUD STAKES HOME AFFAIRS Groom – Darcy Chandler LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP VERRY ELLEEGANT Groom – Daniella Spriggs KENNEDY OAKS (VRC Oaks) WILLOWY Groom – Sophia Hoffman DARLEY SPRINT CLASSIC (Victoria Racing Club Stakes) NATURE STRIP Groom – Mitch Lever PARAMOUNT+ MACKINNON STAKES (LKS Mackinnon Stakes) ZAAKI Groom – Raphael Marchelli 2021 MCC GROUP 1 GROOMS

18 JB CUMMINGS LEADING TRAINER AWARD Named in honour of the Cups King, Bart Cummings, and acknowledges the outstanding performance of the trainer who has accrued the most number of points throughout the 2022 Melbourne Cup Carnival. The winner of the JB Cummings Leading Trainer Award will receive an Omega Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer valued at $12,725 courtesy of our major partner Kennedy, the world’s finest destination for watches and jewellery. RON HUTCHISON LEADING JOCKEY AWARD Named in honour of Racing Hall of Fame inductee, Ron Hutchinson and acknowledges the outstanding performance of the jockey who has accrued the most number of points throughout the 2022 Melbourne Cup Carnival. The winner of the Ron Hutchison Leading Jockey Award will receive a Panerai Luminor Due valued at $11,200 courtesy of our major partner Kennedy, the world’s finest destination for watches and jewellery. Points for the JB Cummings Leading Trainer Award and the Ron Hutchinson Leading Jockey Award are allocated per race on a 3-2-1 basis for horses who finish first, second and third during all races of the 2022 Melbourne Cup Carnival 2022 MCC LEADING TRAINER & JOCKEY

19 • Partnerships • Fundraising events • Pin & Win Competition • Community • Tickets & Hospitality • Donations THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT In 2021/22, Victoria Racing Club contributed more than $1.3 million in support for charities and community groups through fundraising activities.

20 Champions By Andrew Lemon Kennedy Oaks

21 “It’s the horses, the champions and future champions, first and foremost that draw us each year to Flemington Racecourse. They are the reason for the celebration, the party, the fun and fashion, the crowds, the roses, lawns and the gardens.” Personal, ridden by seven-time VRC Oaks winning jockey Damien Oliver in the 2020 Kennedy Oaks. (Scott Barbour/Racing Photos)

22 S ome historical lists of winners of the VRC Oaks at Flemington date back only to 1861, the year of the first Melbourne Cup. The Victoria Derby validly traces its origins further to 1855, making it the oldest continuing classic race run in Australia, so on this basis the Oaks should actually date its beginnings to 1859. The winner Birdswing admittedly won in a onehorse race – the correct meaning of ‘a walkover’ – but she was a valid entry and she took home the prizemoney. Every year since then there has been an Oaks race for three-year-old fillies at Flemington, and mighty champions figure on the winning list. But it is fair to say that the VRC Oaks achieved proper status only in 1875 when Oaks Day was awarded its own feature Thursday in a revamped Melbourne Cup week. This was quickly tagged Ladies’ Day. The Oaks has often attracted small fields, but always furnished a quality winner. In that 1875 race in a field of three, the filly Maid of All Work, trained by James Wilson of St Albans Stud, Geelong, was the winner, ridden by his sixteen-year-old son William. Her daughter Royal Maid won the race six years later. Royal Maid is the only Oaks winner whose dam also won the Oaks. It’s a well-known Oaks fact that the late Bart Cummings holds the training record with nine winners, stretching from the 1965 Melbourne The David Hayes-trained, superstar filly Miss Finland, winning the 2006 VRC Oaks. (Kristian Dowling/Getty Images)

23 Cup winner Light Fingers (she won the Oaks in 1964) through to Faint Perfume in 2009. What has been forgotten is that Bart shares this record with the same James Wilson of St Albans. Wilson’s Oaks winners were My Dream (1868) who also won a Victoria Derby; Sunshine (1872), and then in successive years from 1875 to 1879 Maid of All Work, Briseis, Pardon, Melita and Petrea. Royal Maid’s win was in 1881. The last of the nine, sometimes wrongly attributed to the trainer’s son, was Nitre in 1899. Briseis, as is widely recognised, was an exceptional filly who that week also won the Derby and the Cup, a unique treble. Twenty years later the South Australian Auraria came close to repeating the feat: third in the Derby before winning the Cup and the Oaks. It is hard to single out the best of the rest. Frances Tressaday (1923) has to be one of them, the last filly to win the Victoria Derby, after Furious did the same in 1921. Carlita (1914), Wilari (1911) and Lady Wallace (1905) all won that double. Evening Peal (1955), like Light Fingers, won her Melbourne Cup a year later. Chicquita (1949) was South Australian-filly, Auraria, finished 3rd in the VRC Derby and won the Melbourne Cup before going on to win the 1895 VRC Oaks. (VRC Collection)

24 a champion and crowd favourite who ran second in the 1950 Melbourne Cup. Amarco (1957) became the dam of champion Tobin Bronze. In recent decades we have been spoiled with VRC Oaks champions including the half sisters Spirit Of Kingston and Rose Of Kingston, along with Surround, Research, Miss Finland and Jameka. Because it has always been Ladies’ Day, the Oaks as a race has happily shared the day with fashion, especially women’s fashion, at its best. At first, in fact for years, this was often treated with delight but sometimes with a whiff of male condescension. As in the 1870s: ‘One of the great features of the Spring Meeting is the lawn and its occupants, the ladies, who in a great measure contribute to the success of the November reunion. Without those beautiful butterflies that flutter about the promenade, Flemington would indeed be dull.’

25 Clare Lindop became the fiurst woman to ride Victoria Derby winner in 2008 on South Australian outsider, Rebel Raider (Slattery) Damien Oliver after winning his fourth VRC Oaks aboard Jameka. (Racing Photos) Since the advent of the original Fashions on the Field promotions sixty years ago, the milliners, the dressmakers and the people who elegantly wear the clothes have become an intrinsic part of this day of champions. For the past thirty years the Victoria Racing Club has proudly hosted – through Melbourne Cup Week, the Oaks Club Luncheon and Oaks Day itself – the biggest names in the business including Zandra Rhodes, Frederick Fox, Renato Balestra, Perri Cutten, Stephen Jones and Philip Treacy. The emergence of champion women trainers and jockeys has added another modern element to the evolution of Ladies’ Day into Kennedy Oaks Day as we know it today. While still awaiting the first woman to ride a VRC Oaks winner, we celebrated Gai Waterhouse becoming the first to train an Oaks winner, with Pinot in 2017.

26 EQUINE WELFARE AMANDA FINDS HER ROMEO BY SARAH MARINOS Olympic eventing rider and VRC ambassador Amanda Ross is using her extensive experience with Off The Track thoroughbreds to train another potential show jumping champion. During her long career in equestrian, Amanda Ross has successfully worked and competed with a series of Off The Track (OTT) thoroughbreds. In 2000, she rode Otto Schumaker at the Sydney Olympics, a thoroughbred who trialled but never made it to the races. Amanda continued her success with Koko Popping Candy (who raced as Gothic Medusa). In 2020, Amanda and Koko Popping Candy won four Equestrian Victoria awards including Eventing Horse of the Year, Rider of the Year and Off-The-Track Dressage and Eventing Horse of the Year. Koko Popping Candy recently retired from competition (and is expecting her first foal in February 2023), and Amanda has now been working with a new OTT horse. She has high hopes for the new four-legged love in her life – a six-year-old dapple grey called Romeo. “Two of my clients were riding at Balnarring Beach in Victoria one morning and spotted him. He was so beautiful that he caught their eye and they told me about this grey thoroughbred. As soon as they mentioned the name on the horse’s saddlecloth – Yargi – I knew who the horse belonged to,” Ross said. Romeo, who raced as Switching To Win, was trained by husbandand-wife trainers Amy Johnston and Ash Yargi. Ross has known Johnston for years so immediately called her to find out more about the mysterious grey horse. “I rang Amy and said, ‘apparently, you’ve got a really nice grey’ and she instantly knew which horse I was talking about. She said he’s not finished racing yet but he’s well-bred with a great temperament. She asked if I was interested when he retired from racing and I said yes. In late January, Amy called me and said he was available,” Ross said.

27 It was love at first sight for Ross. She instantly recognised Romeo’s quality and potential. “He’s by Frankel, and I’ve since learned he was originally purchased as a Melbourne Cup prospect. Romeo is a leggy, English staying type. He’s got a well set-on neck, a nice compact back and wellshaped feet – and he’s very pretty. Being dapple grey is always a head turner! He’s a nice mover and he has a trainable temperament – he’s the complete package,” Ross said. Since arriving at her Mornington property in early February, Romeo made himself at home. Ross gradually eased him into a routine and helped him become familiar with his new home and different job.

28 EQUINE WELFARE “He’s great to handle, which is one of the benefits of buying a horse off the track – they’ve seen a lot, been in floats and trucks, been stabled and in a busy environment. “I really took my time with Romeo initially. He had done some basic dressage schooling, so I introduced more groundwork, lunging, basic polework and hacking out. I took him on outings with the other horses, where initially, he just had to stand in a yard, eat hay, and chill out in new surroundings. On his first hack out, I found out Romeo was a bit scared going under branches – he crouched down going under anything remotely low!” Romeo has proven to be a very good jumper, and embodies the qualities essential for success in showjumping – a good balanced canter, a careful, watchful, jumping technique and bravery. So soon after ending his racing career, Romeo still retains the urge to go fast now and again. When Ross first took him to Boneo Park Equestrian Centre, he couldn’t help but get a little excited when he heard the thud of hooves on the sand in the show jumping arena and the noise from the PA system. “He thought he was back at the races and all of a sudden, he was on high alert. He was waiting for the race to start and couldn’t figure out why all the other horses were going in different directions and weren’t getting organised in a straight line, ready to run fast. He was a bit bemused!” laughed Ross. Initially beginning in the 45cm class, Romeo has progressed to 95cm classes with ease, which is very pleasing for Ross, who has transitioned out of eventing and into show jumping. One of her remaining equestrian dreams is to compete for Australia in showjumping at the Olympics and World Championships. “Since I transitioned out of eventing, I have competed at World Cup level, and it’s exciting to be jumping at that elite level. I’ve evented all my life and I got to a stage where I wanted a new challenge,” she said.

29 In the near future, Ross plans to enter Romeo in the Off The Track jumping and dressage events. Although Ross is concentrating on Romeo as a show jumper, she feels that the dressage training is so important for the horse’s education and will improve his ability as a jumper. “Often the biggest challenge is getting OTT thoroughbreds to relax, which correct dressage training works wonders for. Once the tension is released, they show their true talent,” Ross said. “Romeo moves well enough to do dressage and he also seems to enjoy jumping – I think he can be a jack of all trades and I will see where his talent lies and let him tell me what he wants to do. He has a good temperament, he’s a great fit for me and he is showing a lot of promise.” “He’s great to handle, which is one of the benefits of buying a horse off the track – they’ve seen a lot, been in floats and trucks, been stabled and in a busy environment.”

PIN & WIN MAJOR PRIZE LEXUS NX 350H 2WD F SPORT VALUED AT $81,694 (INCLUDING ON-ROAD COSTS) $131,194 IN PRIZES TO BE WON* Conditions apply, see melbournecup.com.au/pinandwin. Open to AU res 18+ (excl. WA res). Starts: 9am AEST on 7/9/22. Ends: 5pm AEDT on 5/11/22. Max 1-2 entries p/Unique Code (depending on purchase) & 5 entries p/person p/day. Draw: 448 Epsom Rd Flemington, VIC 3031 at 5pm AEDT on 5/11/22. Major Prize: Lexus NX 350h 2WD F Sport Hybrid, Automatic, valued at $81,694. 2nd Prize: Curated watch & jewellery collection from Kennedy valued at $37,300. 3rd Prize: 3 nights’ accommodation at 2 x Prestige Suites for 4 guests at Melbourne Hotel for the Arts, Sofitel Melbourne On Collins valued at $7,200. 4th Prize: TCL Television and Home Appliance Voucher valued at $5,000. Winners published at website from 7/11/22. Promoter: Victoria Racing Club Limited (ABN 32 119 214 078) of 448 Epsom Rd, Flemington VIC 3031. NSW Authority No. TP/ 00136 SA Permit No. T22/ 853 ACT Permit No. TP22/ 01091. *18+ AU residents (excl. WA) only. BUY FROM ROVING SELLERS ON COURSE STANDARD PINS = 1 ENTRY $5 DIAMANTE PINS = 2 ENTRIES $10 PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY

31 HISTORY OF THE OAKS First contested in 1861 – the same year as the inaugural Lexus Melbourne Cup – the Kennedy Oaks allows the three-year-old fillies to shine over the classic distance of 2500m. While the race is renowned for potentially throwing up eventual Lexus Melbourne Cup contenders, including two future Cup winners in Evening Peal and Light Fingers, two fillies – Briseis in 1876 and Auraria in 1895 – actually won the VRC Oaks after their Melbourne Cup win two days earlier. It is a race that pits fillies that were star two-year-olds against those who have taken more time, reaching their peak with maturity and distance. Juvenile Group 1 winners like Miss Finland, Samantha Miss and Slight Chance and leading twoyear-olds like Jameka, Mosheen and Dear Demi are joined on the Oaks honour roll by later developers like Miami Bound and her dam Arapaho Miss as well as recent winners like Brazilian Pulse and Faint Perfume. Last year saw the James Cummings-trained Willowy complete the Racing and Sports Wakeful Stakes (2000m) and the Kennedy Oaks double, giving jockey Damien Oliver a record seventh Oaks success. 2021 KENNEDY OAKS WINNER WILLOWY KENNEDY OAKS Brett Holburt/Racing Photos

32 KENNEDY OAKS LEADING TRAINERS LEADING JOCKEYS TRAINER WINS HORSES (YEAR) JOCKEY WINS HORSES (YEAR) Bart Cummings 9 Faint Perfume (2009) Bobbie Lewis 7 Furious (1921) Magical Miss (2001) Rosanna (1915) Richfield Lady (1991) Carlita (1914) Weekend Delight (1990) Mint Sauce (1913) Tristanagh (1989) Moe (1912) Taj Eclipse (1983) Sweet Nell (1903) Leica Show (1974) Thunder Queen (1896) Sanderae (1970) Damien Oliver 7 Willowy (2021) Light Fingers (1964) Personal (2020) James Wilson 9 Nitre (1899) Miami Bound (2019) Royal Maid (1881) Jameka (2015) Petrea (1879) Special Harmony (2003) Melita (1878) Kensington Palace (1997) Pardon (1877) Northwood Plume (1994) Briseis (1876) Maid of All Work (1875) Sunshine (1872) My Dream (1868) CURRENT TRAINERS CURRENT JOCKEYS TRAINER WINS HORSES (YEAR) JOCKEY WINS HORSES (YEAR) Lee Freedman 4 Serenade Rose (2005) Damien Oliver 7 Willowy (2021) Special Harmony (2003) Personal (2020) Kensington Palace (1997) Miami Bound (2019) Northwood Plume (1994) Jameka (2015) Clarry Conners 3 Dear Demi (2012) Special Harmony (2003) Arborea (1993) Kensington Palace (1997) Research (1988) Northwood Plume (1994) John Hawkes 3 Lovelorn (2000) Hugh Bowman 2 Set Square (2014) Tributes (1999) Samantha Miss (2008) Toltrice (1972) Craig Williams 2 Brazilian Pulse (2010) Ciaron Maher 2 Jameka (2015) Miss Finland (2006) Set Square (2014) Brenton Avdulla 1 Lasqueti Spirit (2016) Pat Carey 1 Arapaho Miss (2007) Opie Bosson 1 Grand Archway (1998) James Cummings 1 Willowy (2021) Damian Lane 1 Aristia (2018) Lee Curtis 1 Lasqueti Spirit (2016) Brett Prebble 1 Lovelorn (2000) M Ellerton & S Zahra 1 Aristia (2018) Nash Rawiller 1 Kirramosa (2013) B Hayes & T Dabernig 1 Personal (2020) Michael Rodd 1 Faint Perfume (2009) David Hayes 1 Miss Finland (2006) Kris Lees 1 Samantha Miss (2008) John McArdle 1 Hollow Bullet (2004) Michael Moroney 1 Brazilian Pulse (2010) Danny O’Brien 1 Miami Bound (2019) Ron Quinton 1 Bulla Borghese (2002) Graeme Rogerson 1 Grand Archway (1998) John Sargent 1 Kirramosa (2013) G Waterhouse & A Bott 1 Pinot (2017) TRAINERS AND JOCKEYS

33 YEAR WINNER 2021 Willowy 2020 Personal 2019 Miami Bound 2018 Aristia 2017 Pinot 2016 Lasqueti Spirit 2015 Jameka 2014 Set Square 2013 Kirramosa 2012 Dear Demi 2011 Mosheen 2010 Brazilian Pulse 2009 Faint Perfume 2008 Samantha Miss 2007 Arapaho Miss 2006 Miss Finland 2005 Serenade Rose 2004 Hollow Bullet 2003 Special Harmony 2002 Bulla Borghese 2001 Magical Miss 2000 Lovelorn 1999 Tributes 1998 Grand Archway 1997 Kensington Palace 1996 My Brightia 1995 Saleous 1994 Northwood Plume 1993 Arborea 1992 Slight Chance 1991 Richfield Lady 1990 Weekend Delight 1989 Tristanagh 1988 Research 1987 Sandy's Pleasure 1986 Diamond Shower 1985 My Tristram's Belle 1984 Spirit Of Kingston 1983 Taj Eclipse 1982 Rom's Stiletto 1981 Rose Of Kingston 1980 November Rain 1979 Brava Jeannie 1978 Scomeld 1977 Show Ego 1976 Surround 1975 Denise's Joy 1974 Leica Show 1973 Bonnybel 1972 Toltrice 1971 Kiss Me Cait 1970 Sanderae 1969 Goliette 1968 Double Steel YEAR WINNER 1967 Chosen Lady 1966 Farmer's Daughter 1965 Gipsy Queen 1964 Light Fingers 1963 Jingle Bells 1962 Arctic Star 1961 Indian Summer 1960 Lady Sybil 1959 Mintaway 1958 Chicola 1957 Amarco 1956 Innesfell 1955 Evening Peal 1954 Lady Mogambo 1953 Waltzing Lady 1952 Waterlady 1951 Lady Havers 1950 True Course 1949 Chicquita 1948 Grey Nurse 1947 Nizam's Ring 1946 Sweet Chime 1945 Cherie Marie 1944 Provoke 1943 Three Wheeler 1942 East End 1941 Primavera 1940 Session 1939 Triode 1938 French Gem 1937 Prairie Moon 1936 Siren 1935 Nalda 1934 Alinura 1933 Golden Hair 1932 Protea 1931 Gallantic 1930 Barbette 1929 Lineage 1928 Opera Queen 1927 Ninbela 1926 Lanson 1925 Redshank 1924 Miss Disraeli 1923 Frances Tressady 1922 Scarlet 1921 Furious 1920 Mufti 1919 Hyades 1918 Stagegirl 1917 Folly Queen 1916 Thana 1915 Rosanna 1914 Carlita YEAR WINNER 1913 Mint Sauce 1912 Moe 1911 Wilari 1910 Styria 1909 Lady San 1908 Nushka 1907 Lady Rylstone 1906 Yabba Gabba 1905 Lady Wallace 1904 Red Streak 1903 Sweet Nell 1902 Fishery 1901 Beanba 1900 Haulette 1899 Nitre 1898 Symmetry 1897 Elusive 1896 Thunder Queen 1895 Auraria 1894 Regina 1893 The Dauphine 1892 Etra Weenie 1891 Tiraillerie 1890 Litigant 1889 Spice 1888 Pearlshell 1887 Dainty 1886 The Nun 1885 Uralla 1884 Venetia 1883 Quality 1882 Vaucluse 1881 Royal Maid 1880 Sapphire 1879 Petrea 1878 Melita 1877 Pardon 1876 Briseis 1875 Maid Of All Work 1874 Gaslight 1873 Rose D'amour 1872 Sunshine 1871 Formosa 1870 Florence 1869 Kestrel 1868 My Dream 1867 Sylvia 1866 Sea Gull 1865 Lady Heron 1864 Illumination 1863 Aruma 1862 Modesty 1861 Palestine VRC OAKS 1861-2021 PAST WINNERS

34 SUSTAINABILITY AT FLEMINGTON Sustainability is a key focus of the VRC. As a globally recognised event organisation, the VRC continues to look to mitigate its impact on the surrounding environment, with a focus on our own actions and educating our supply chains and patrons. SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY In order to achieve our sustainability vision of being a world leader in racing and event entertainment while balancing the needs of the environment and community, the VRC aims to: • Be a sustainable business, which manage and hold sustainable events that balances its operations with the needs of the community. In order to do this we need to: • Undertake internal sustainability activities to reflect and support external environmental initiatives, in line with our pillars of water, waste, energy and emissions, and other environmental sustainability. • Aspire to attain the highest standards in environmental performance, assisted by partnerships with leading businesses and suppliers, integrating considerations of total value into procurement and all decision making. • Continue to engage our stakeholders and the community to understand and meet their aspirations for the VRC.

35 WASTE ENERGY WATER Improved water meter system to improve data capture and reporting. Desalination plant producing up to 150 mega litres annually. Investigate recycled water usage utilising Stormwater Harvesting and Sewer Mining. Solar power generating more than 25,000Kw/h annually. Emissions reduction via upgraded light fittings and refrigeration. Improved data capture and reporting to reduce energy usage and emissions. Melbourne Cup Carnival 2021 resulted in: • 86% Diversion rate from Landfill from event activities. • 10t of timber redistributed to Tintern Grammar to construct new stables and sheds. • Provided usable food and produce to the Les Twentyman foundation feeding 650 people in need.

36 FLEMINGTON TRACK & RECORDS Playing host to 14 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 3200m 2800m 2500m 2000m 1800m 1600m 1400m 1000m 1100m 1200m TRACK SPECIFICATIONS Circumference: 2312 metres Straight (Circuit): 450 metres Straight track: 1200 metres Home of the Victoria Racing Club and the world-renowned Melbourne Cup Carnival

37 HORSE STALLS DIRECTORY Race Horse Stall Race Horse Stall Race Horse Stall 2 Abstruse 91 7 Accountability 19 5 Adelaide Ace 106 7 Airclash 38 9 Aitch Two Oh 101 8 Albanian Icon 99 5 Alcyone 96 4 Amati 53 4 Anahita 35 3 Ancient Girl 44 2 Angelique 124 3 Arctic Thunder 27 1 Arktika 80 8 As Time Goes By 116 6 Ashford Street 108 6 Athelric 94 7 Atomic Gold 23 5 Bartholomeu Dias 14 9 Bay Thirteen 36 4 Berry Bubbly 49 4 Birdies Galore 97 4 Bonheur 1 7 Bookman 4 9 Bound For Home 32 3 Bubbly Lass 78 6 Burning the Clock 47 1 Cabaca 61 2 Capulet 119 5 Carlisle 31 2 Celestial Storm 48 1 Celtic Glory 77 1 Chandon Burj 2 2 Charm Stone 81 3 Climbing Star 89 5 Coolth 122 7 Corona Lad 103 2 Count Your Pennies 88 5 Douceur 98 7 Drop The Mic 3 2 Dubenenko 9 1 Dunalley 68 1 Ellen's Licence 99 2 Empress Of Wonder 13 9 English Riviera 121 9 Entremet 49 9 Exo Lady 59 4 Far From Discreet 90 5 Fifth Position 84 7 Flash Feeling 46 3 Fortunate Kiss 24 8 Foxy Cleopatra 2 2 Furosshi 116 3 Glassey Miss 114 5 Glory Bound 87 9 Greece 80 4 Grey River 22 6 Halvorsen 51 1 Hardly Sweet 29 2 Harleen 8 4 Hell Hath No Fury 125 4 Hell Hound 82 2 Hell Queen 105 6 He's A Balter 110 5 Holbien 123 9 I'mlovin'ya 83 3 Intellective 70 6 Joyful Fortune 41 6 Kallos 95 9 La Danseuse Rouge 15 2 La Demoiselle 115 4 Lady Jones 104 9 Lady Laguna 13 1 Lady Proisir 59 8 Let'sbefrankbaby 50 2 Lindelago 11 1 Madame Du Gast 112 9 Magic Time 29 7 Magical Land 52 8 Makrana 124 1 Matron Bullwinkel 79 7 Maximus Prime 34 7 Mi Rock Aly 72 4 Miss Dunsford 17 9 Miss Roseiano 88 1 Missy Longport 21 4 Mumbai Jewel 12 2 Neutralism 120 7 No Surrender 68 9 Ojai 92 6 Ojosan 67 2 Optume 16 7 Our Lone Star 112 9 Paris Dior 6 8 Pavitra 7 3 Perfect World 118 7 Place Of Gold 16 7 Play On Words 8 7 Polanco 9 4 Portray 93 2 Prancingintherain 7 3 Princess Rhaenys 86 7 Prowling 28 8 Queen Air 25 4 Razeta 109 7 Realeza 26 9 Red Card 97 2 Remedies 92 8 Renaissance Woman 105 5 Reuber 20 5 Right You Are 76 3 Rocha Clock 69 3 Roots 58 5 Rousseau 56 4 Running By 74 5 Saint Bathans 10 6 Sartorial Splendor 45 1 Savagal 60 4 See You In Heaven100 9 She Dances 86 8 She's Extreme 61 4 She's Pretty Rich 30 5 Shibli 55 5 Sir Davy 75 5 Sir Simon 111 8 Sirius Princess 77 9 Spicy Hotpot 40 2 Spicy Margs 83 1 Stalking 97 1 Street Delight 113 4 Street Gossip 39 3 Sur La Mer 57 4 Sweetened 18 2 Tabata Set 73 1 Tahlequah 85 6 Taunting 60 1 Tempest Charm 48 1 Think I'm Famous 6 7 Toregene 71 9 Troach 91 9 Tropicconi 37 7 Tycoon Bec 43 5 Vardani 33 7 Vasmee 102 4 Vienna Princess 54 1 Volpe Risorsa 121 5 War Eternal 107 5 Wetakemanhattan 42 1 Whistler Girl 15 6 Wolflands 113 9 Yowie 44 6 Yulong Command 117 8 Zennzella 73 6 Zoustyle 5 2 Zousuko 25

38 RUNNERS BY TRAINER # Horse Race # Horse Race # Horse Race Anthony & Sam Freedman 10 Perfect World 3 7 Yulong command 6 7 as time goes BY 8 Ben & JD Hayes 16 Whistler girl 1 1 oPtume 2 9 miss dunsford 4 19 sWeetened 4 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 1 arktika 1 7 matron BullWinkel 1 16 taBata set 2 9 BuBBlY lass 3 20 running BY 4 2 sir davY 5 14 right You are 5 2 ZennZella 8 18 greece 9 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 13 la demoiselle 2 Mark & Levi Kavanagh 10 makrana 8 Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr) 12 tahlequah 1 2 charm stone 2 15 sPicY margs 2 3 hell hound 4 11 fifth Position 5 8 i’mlovin’Ya 9 Monica Croston & Gerrad Gilmour 4 count Your Pennies 2 Peter & Paul Snowden 1 Paris dior 9 Richard & Chantelle Jolly 1 see You in heaven 4 7 aitch tWo oh 9 Richard & Will Freedman 4 Pavitra 8 Robbie Griffiths & Mathew de Kock 18 temPest charm 1 11 celestial storm 2 6 BerrY BuBBlY 4 2 halvorsen 6 6 magical land 7 6 let’sBefrankBaBY 8 14 entremet 9 Tony & Calvin McEvoy 5 volPe risorsa 1 10 caPulet 2 20 neutralism 2 18 coolth 5 2 english riviera 9 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 4 chandon Burj 1 8 Bonheur 4 5 foxY cleoPatra 8 Cindy Alderson 17 missY longPort 1 10 reuBer 5 Archie Alexander 7 vardani 5 1 maximus Prime 7 4 Bound for home 9 Trevor J Andrews 9 sirius Princess 8 Bjorn Baker 8 War eternal 5 3 renaissance Woman 8 Gavin Bedggood 11 realeZa 7 Grahame Begg 19 magic time 9 Jackie Beriman 18 furosshi 2 Chris Bieg 3 harleen 2 6 duBenenko 2 Nigel Blackiston 13 think i’m famous 1 Andrew Bobbin 7 Prancingintherain 2 David Bourne 13 ojosan 6 Daniel Bowman 5 fortunate kiss 3 4 atomic gold 7 David Brideoake 9 dunalleY 1 Ben Brisbourne 5 hell queen 2 Cliff Brown 18 Place of gold 7 13 la danseuse rouge 9 Matthew Brown 13 she’s PrettY rich 4 Stephen Brown 16 ladY jones 4 Scott Brunton 6 sir simon 5 Will Clarken 9 he’s a Balter 6 Matt Cumani 17 Wetakemanhattan 5 15 tYcoon Bec 7 Anthony Cummings 1 she’s extreme 8 James Cummings 8 stalking 1 8 aBstruse 2 19 remedies 2 4 PortraY 4 4 alcYone 5 1 kallos 6 4 athelric 6 6 troach 9 9 ojai 9 17 red card 9

39 # Horse Race # Horse Race # Horse Race Nathan Dunn 2 vasmee 7 13 corona lad 7 Shea Eden 3 Polanco 7 Ken Elford 8 ashford street 6 Greg Eurell 2 hardlY sWeet 1 9 ProWling 7 Andrew Forsman 12 saint Bathans 5 Desleigh Forster 5 exo ladY 9 Peter Gelagotis 3 miss roseiano 9 Tony Gollan 3 ZoustYle 6 Michael Hickmott 12 taunting 6 Alisa Hinch 17 droP the mic 7 Shane Jackson 5 adelaide ace 5 Paul Koumis 11 alBanian icon 8 Jack Laing 8 no surrender 7 Matt Laurie 17 anahita 4 12 airclash 7 12 BaY thirteen 9 20 troPicconi 9 Kris Lees 14 raZeta 4 Ivan Lister 10 Burning the clock 6 John McArdle 17 Zousuko 2 Clinton McDonald 1 ancient girl 3 John Moloney 15 carlisle 5 Peter G Moody 11 Princess rhaenYs 3 16 glorY Bound 5 11 she dances 9 Sean Mott 20 our lone star 7 Annabel Neasham 12 emPress of Wonder 2 14 lindelago 2 2 mumBai jeWel 4 1 Bartholomeu dias 5 10 ladY laguna 9 Mark Newnham 18 street gossiP 4 5 joYful fortune 6 16 sPicY hotPot 9 Shane Nichols 9 angelique 2 Andrew Noblet 5 Bookman 7 Danny O’Brien 11 hell hath no furY 4 Jon O’Connor 12 greY river 4 John O’Shea 6 rocha clock 3 Dan O’Sullivan 19 celtic glorY 1 Patrick Payne 10 ellen’s licence 1 5 Birdies galore 4 9 douceur 5 Gary Portelli 2 arctic thunder 3 Aaron Purcell 10 accountaBilitY 7 Steve Richards 3 holBien 5 Trevor Rogers 3 madame du gast 1 John Sadler 6 sartorial sPlendor 6 19 flash feeling 7 15 YoWie 9 Lindsey Smith 8 queen air 8 Phillip Stokes 12 climBing star 3 15 far from discreet 4 Rod Symons 7 PlaY on Words 7 Chris Waller 6 ladY Proisir 1 11 savagal 1 14 caBaca 1 4 sur la mer 3 8 roots 3 7 amati 4 10 vienna Princess 4 13 shiBli 5 19 rousseau 5 Julien Welsh 11 Wolflands 6 Symon Wilde 15 street delight 1 3 glasseY miss 3 Matthew Williams 7 intellective 3 14 toregene 7 16 mi rock alY 7

40 JOCKEY BY RIDES # Horse Race # Horse Race # Horse Race Undeclared 18 temPest charm 1 18 furosshi 2 20 running BY 4 1 Bartholomeu dias 5 17 Wetakemanhattan 5 18 coolth 5 18 Place of gold 7 19 flash feeling 7 John Allen 1 arktika 1 14 lindelago 2 7 vardani 5 Tommy Berry 6 duBenenko 2 4 sur la mer 3 10 vienna Princess 4 8 no surrender 7 1 she’s extreme 8 1 Paris dior 9 Hugh Bowman 11 savagal 1 20 neutralism 2 6 rocha clock 3 14 raZeta 4 19 rousseau 5 9 ojai 9 Ethan Brown 17 missY longPort 1 4 count Your Pennies 2 2 mumBai jeWel 4 2 sir davY 5 10 reuBer 5 13 ojosan 6 12 airclash 7 12 BaY thirteen 9 Jim Byrne 5 exo ladY 9 Jordan Childs 13 la demoiselle 2 3 miss roseiano 9 19 magic time 9 Harry Coffey 7 Prancingintherain 2 16 ladY jones 4 4 atomic gold 7 Michael Dee 16 Whistler girl 1 11 celestial storm 2 5 Birdies galore 4 9 douceur 5 10 accountaBilitY 7 10 makrana 8 10 ladY laguna 9 Neil Farley 10 Burning the clock 6 Will Gordon 10 ellen’s licence 1 Carleen Hefel 11 Wolflands 6 Dean Holland 19 celtic glorY 1 12 saint Bathans 5 9 sirius Princess 8 Jamie Kah 14 caBaca 1 8 aBstruse 2 2 arctic thunder 3 4 PortraY 4 16 glorY Bound 5 1 kallos 6 1 maximus Prime 7 4 Pavitra 8 17 red card 9 Alana Kelly 20 our lone star 7 11 alBanian icon 8 Fred Kersley 15 tYcoon Bec 7 Lachlan King 6 magical land 7 6 let’sBefrankBaBY 8 Rachel King 8 War eternal 5 3 renaissance Woman 8 Damian Lane 12 tahlequah 1 2 charm stone 2 3 glasseY miss 3 3 hell hound 4 12 taunting 6 8 i’mlovin’Ya 9 Jarrod Lorensini 6 sir simon 5 Arron Lynch 2 vasmee 7 Andrew Mallyon 2 halvorsen 6 James McDonald 7 matron BullWinkel 1 12 emPress of Wonder 2 8 roots 3 7 amati 4 4 alcYone 5 4 athelric 6 5 Bookman 7 2 ZennZella 8 18 greece 9 Blaike McDougall 1 ancient girl 3 15 carlisle 5 8 queen air 8 Kerrin McEvoy 2 hardlY sWeet 1 10 caPulet 2 9 miss dunsford 4 13 shiBli 5 Ben Melham 5 volPe risorsa 1 16 taBata set 2 5 fortunate kiss 3 14 right You are 5 9 he’s a Balter 6 7 as time goes BY 8 20 troPicconi 9 Beau Mertens 9 dunalleY 1 13 she’s PrettY rich 4 Patrick Moloney 14 entremet 9 Daniel Moor 17 droP the mic 7 Jamie Mott 17 Zousuko 2 7 PlaY on Words 7 Luke Nolen 1 oPtume 2 11 Princess rhaenYs 3 6 sartorial sPlendor 6 11 she dances 9 Jake Noonan 9 angelique 2 Teo Nugent 9 BuBBlY lass 3 8 ashford street 6 Damien Oliver 13 think i’m famous 1 3 harleen 2 12 greY river 4 11 fifth Position 5 3 ZoustYle 6 16 sPicY hotPot 9 Jacob Opperman 11 realeZa 7 Joshua Parr 18 street gossiP 4 5 joYful fortune 6 13 la danseuse rouge 9 Brett Prebble 6 ladY Proisir 1 Nash Rawiller 4 chandon Burj 1 8 Bonheur 4 6 troach 9 Liam Riordan 3 holBien 5 Blake Shinn 8 stalking 1 19 remedies 2 11 hell hath no furY 4 7 Yulong command 6 13 corona lad 7 5 foxY cleoPatra 8 2 english riviera 9 Zac Spain 15 far from discreet 4 3 Polanco 7 Daniel Stackhouse 17 anahita 4 Thomas Stockdale 9 ProWling 7 Jake Toeroek 1 see You in heaven 4 7 aitch tWo oh 9 Craig Williams 15 street delight 1 5 hell queen 2 12 climBing star 3 19 sWeetened 4 5 adelaide ace 5 16 mi rock alY 7 15 YoWie 9 Dean Yendall 7 intellective 3 14 toregene 7 Mark Zahra 3 madame du gast 1 15 sPicY margs 2 10 Perfect World 3 6 BerrY BuBBlY 4 4 Bound for home 9

41 *Excludes WA residents. Promo T&Cs apply. Available once per person per race on first Fixed Odds win bet placed online on races 1-3 at Hawkesbury, Flemington and Ipswich this Thursday, with a minimum field of 4 runners. Bonus Bet equal to stake up to $50. No multi, bonus, cash out, partial cash out, or live bets qualify. Help is close at hand. Call Gambler’s Help, GambleAware or the ACT Gambling Counselling & Support Service on 1800 858 858 www.gambleaware.nsw.gov.au or www.gamblinghelponline.org.au. You know the score. Stay in control. Gamble Responsibly. BONUS BET BACK UP TO $50* THURSDAY FLEMINGTON HAWKESBURY & IPSWICH RACES 1-3 RUN 2NDOR 3RD FIXED ODDS ONLY

42 FLEMINGTON MULTIPLE BETTING INFO Daily Double 7 & 9 Quaddie 6,7,8,9 RACE 6 1000m 3:50pm G.H. MUMM CENTURY STAKES (Of $175,000) 1 s3012 KALLOS (13) james cummings (dwt) .......................................... JAMIE KAH 59 2 0252s HALvORSEN (2) robbie griffiths & mathew de kock (dwtc) .... ANDREW MALLYON 58.5 3 9s233 ZOUSTYLE (10) tony gollan (dw) .........................................DAMIEN OLIvER 58.5 4 1s270 ATHELRIC (5) james cummings (dw) ................................JAMES MCDONALD 58 5 17s10 JOYFUL FORTUNE (7) mark newnham (dwt) ..........................JOSHUA PARR 57 6 33992 SARTORIAL SPLENDOR (11) john sadler (dwc) ......................LUKE NOLEN 57 7 113s0 YULONG COMMAND (3) anthony & sam freedman (d) ..............BLAKE SHINN 57 8 9s443 ASHFORD STREET (9) ken elford (dw) ...................................TEO NUGENT 57 9 5324s HE’S A BALTER (8) Will clarken (dw) ......................................BEN MELHAM 57 10 5s611 BURNING THE CLOCK (4) ivan lister (dw) ..............................NEIL FARLEY 57 11 13114 WOLFLANDS (12) julien Welsh (dw) ............................... CARLEEN HEFEL (a) 57 12 s1132 TAUNTING (1) michael hickmott (dw) ...................................... DAMIAN LANE 57 13 115s3 OJOSAN (6) david Bourne (w) ...............................................ETHAN BROWN 55 RACE 7 1600m 4:30pm MELBOURNE CUP CARNIvAL COUNTRY FINAL (Of $500,000) 1 327s1 MAxIMUS PRIME (nZ) (2) archie alexander (w) ........................... JAMIE KAH 60.5 2 127s1 vASMEE (14) nathan dunn (w) ..............................................ARRON LYNCH 60.5 3 27662 POLANCO (8) shea eden (dw) ....................................................ZAC SPAIN 58.5 4 s3111 ATOMIC GOLD (11) daniel Bowman (w) ................................ HARRY COFFEY 58 5 41411 BOOKMAN (1) andrew noblet (dw) ...................................JAMES MCDONALD 57.5 6 3s392 MAGICAL LAND (ire) (5) robbie griffiths & mathew de kock (d) ..LACHLAN KING 57 7 13103 PLAY ON WORDS (13) rod symons (dw) ................................JAMIE MOTT 57 8 12431 NO SURRENDER (16) jack laing (dw) ..................................TOMMY BERRY 56.5 9 s2311 PROWLING (7) greg eurell ......................................THOMAS STOCKDALE (a) 56 10 068s2 ACCOUNTABILITY (ire) (19) aaron Purcell (dw) ........................MICHAEL DEE 55 11 56422 REALEZA (15) gavin Bedggood (w) ...............................JACOB OPPERMAN (a) 55 12 0s112 AIRCLASH (nZ) (17) matt laurie (w) ......................................ETHAN BROWN 54.5 13 5s722 CORONA LAD (9) nathan dunn ..............................................BLAKE SHINN 54.5 14 191s1 TOREGENE (nZ) (6) matthew Williams (w) .............................. DEAN YENDALL 54 15 648s3 TYCOON BEC (18) matt cumani (t) ........................................FRED KERSLEY 54 16 s44s2 MI ROCK ALY (nZ) (3) matthew Williams ..............................CRAIG WILLIAMS 54 17e 3s333 DROP THE MIC (4) alisa hinch .............................................DANIEL MOOR 54.5 18e 22s43 PLACE OF GOLD (10) cliff Brown ........................................................... 54 19e 13s48 FLASH FEELING (nZ) (20) john sadler (wt) ............................................... 55 20e 6s944 OUR LONE STAR (12) sean mott (dwt) ...............................ALANA KELLY (a) 55