Stable Runners For Cessnock On Monday

Sep 25, 2016

Damien Lane will supply two runners to the Cessnock wine country race meeting on Monday, September 26 the rail position is in the true, racing on a heavy eight.

4 GYPSY JEAN
5 year old brown mare (21-9-2011) Sire: Mosayter (USA) Dam: Princess Joal (NZ) (Centro (NZ)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mrs L Ellis
Owners: Mrs L A Ellis, M P Ellis, J W Ellis, Mrs G D Stanton, R S L Plant, K J Vote & Mrs B M Joseph
Colours: Royal Blue, White Checks, Pink And White Striped Sleeves, Royal Blue And White Striped Cap
Gear Changes: Blinkers OFF FIRST TIME, Lugging Bit FIRST TIME

The first of the stable runners will see Gypsy Jean compete in race three first up for the stable in a maiden handicap over 1150 m with Craig Dwyer to pilot jumping from barrier eight.

Gypsy Jean is a five-year-old Brown man having raced on one occasion and is prepared for this outing via a barrier trial at Wyong on September 6 finishing second of four with Craig Dwyer aboard arriving 1.30 lengths behind the heat winner in a time of 51.81.

The final stable runner Able Chap will compete in a BM60 handicap over 2125 m with Blaike McDougall aboard jumping from barrier 2 in a field of 12.

8 ABLE CHAP
5 year old bay or brown gelding (22-10-2011) Sire: High Chaparral (IRE) Dam: Brave And Bold (Timber Country (USA)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Milburn Creek Thoroughbred Stud
Owners: D T Annesley, G G Rush, B A Connor, P A Skulski, Mrs J L Skulski, Mrs S A Bell, P K James, Mrs J L James, D J Chappelow, I J Meredith, A D Evans, B O'neal, H Izzet, Mrs N Izzet, Miss E A Izzet, C A Martin & R B Phillips, Kegs On Legs Racing (Mgr: E D Jameson)
Colours: Purple, Orange Star And Cap

Able Chap is five-year-old Bay or Brown gelding having raced on 19 occasions for one win and seven placings earning prize money exceeding $39,000, last time out he raced at Scone on September finishing six of 11 with Kody Nestor the pilot arriving 8.70 lengths behind the winner in a time of 2:19.81.

The team would like to wish connections are both these runners the best of luck at Cessnock on Monday.