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The Lindsay Park Team will saddle up three runners in Saturday’s Listed $150,000 VRC-CRV Winter Championship Series Final (1600m) at Flemington.

Ben and David Hayes, above, will have 3 runners in the 2018 Winter Championship Series Final at Flemington. Photo by  Ultimate Racing Photos.

Ben and David Hayes, above, will have 3 runners in the 2018 Winter Championship Series Final at Flemington. Photo by Ultimate Racing Photos.

Ten year old veteran and stable senior Jacquinot Bay is still racing in winning form and will spear head the Lindsay Park assault along with Cool Chap and Mihany.

Jacquinot Bay has ignored his age and will head to Flemington as a last start winner at The Valley, his fifteenth win from seventy-eight starts, and has drawn nicely at barrier seven in the original drawn of sixteen plus four emergencies.

Cory Parish rode Jacquinot Bay two starts back when second over 1600m at Caulfield and will be back aboard replacing apprentice Fred Kersley who was aboard at The Valley.

The David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig trained Cool Chap has drawn next to Jacquinot Bay at eight with Andrew Mallyon to ride while Mihany, with Noel Callow in the saddle, will jump from the inside gate.

The Patrick Payne trained Chamois Road’s chances of claiming a hat trick of wins has been hindered after the five year old drew barrier nineteen in the original draw but will move in four spots if all the emergencies fail to gain a start.

Luke Nolen will be having his first race ride on Chamois Road who is undefeated from two race starts this campaign for apprentice Mitchell Aitken and after winning first over 1250m in a BenchMark 90 Handicap at Morphettville Parks in Adelaide, made it two in a row with his win over 1400m in a Handicap at Flemington on June 23.

Chamois Road is yet to win beyond 1400m but did run second over 1600m at Morphettville in the Listed $100,000 C S Hayes Memorial Cup on March 12.

Both of trainer Ciaron Maher’s acceptors have drawn double figure barriers with Kaching, Ben Thompson, drawing barrier fifteen in the original draw while second emergency Lite’n In My Veins coming up with thirteen for Michael Dee.

Darren Weir has accepted with three horses, Ozi Choice (Damian Lane, barrier 10), Raw Impulse (Ben Allen, barrier 16) while Silentz is the first emergency with Dean Yendall booked to ride from barrier two.

Chris Waller’s only runner Amovatio has drawn out wide at seventeen with Michael Walker in the saddle.

Final Field for the 2018 Winter Championship Series Final (1600m)

No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Hcp Rating
1 211313×716 MOSS ’N’ DALE (NZ) Peter Gelagotis Anthony Darmanin 14 58kg 102
2 7232442×11 CHAMOIS ROAD Patrick Payne Luke Nolen 19 57.5kg 101
3 1130×02054 RHYTHM TO SPARE (NZ) Michael Moroney Damien Oliver 11 57kg 100
4 657×407389 AMOVATIO Chris Waller Michael Walker 17 56kg 98
5 2215658221 JACQUINOT BAY David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Cory Parish 7 56kg 98
6 21118×5812 OZI CHOICE Darren Weir Damian Lane 10 56kg 98
7 06x4221x46 MORTON’S FORK James Cummings Jamie Mott 6 55.5kg 97
8 659×326052 COOL CHAP David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Andrew Mallyon 8 55kg 96
9 6860×26805 TURNITAROUND Matthew Williams Dean Yendall 4 54.5kg 95
10 7×06521441 MAGIC CONSOL Paul Preusker Craig Williams 18 54kg 93
11 7324×00468 RAW IMPULSE (GB) Darren Weir Ben Allen (a) 16 54kg 92
12 20×1482352 MIHANY David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Noel Callow 1 54kg 91
13 58x0650x94 SADAQA Michael & Luke Cerchi Jye McNeil 20 54kg 89
14 340×521228 GALAXY RAIDER Grahame Begg Damien Thornton 9 54kg 78
15 51994×3224 RIB EYE Clinton McDonald Chris Parnham 5 54kg 78
16 x2x3132311 KACHING Ciaron Maher Ben Thompson 15 54kg 77
17e x0x2611191 SILENTZ Darren Weir Dean Yendall 2 54kg 81
18e 5025111319 LITE’N IN MY VEINS Ciaron Maher Michael Dee 13 60kg 106
19e 5361060×72 DARK EYES Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Stephen Baster 12 56kg 98
20e 175218×139 PENTHOUSE POET Robbie Laing 3 54kg 70

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Mark Mazzaglia

Mark is a passionate journalist with a life-time involvement in the racing industry. He spent many years as an analyst and form expert at the Courier Mail and also has hands-on experience working with some of Queensland’s top trainers.