Stable Runners For Gunnedah On Thursday

May 17, 2017

The Damien Lane racing stables will saddle up runners to Gunnedah on Thursday, May 18 with fine conditions forecast racing on a good four with nine events to be contested.

The first of the stable runners will see Cervinia compete in the Bective Station Somerton Cup, BM 60 handicap over a mile with the last start winner to be ridden by Matthew McGuren jumping from barrier nine in a field of 11.

5 CERVINIA (Blks)
5 year old bay mare (11-10-2011) Sire: Casino Prince Dam: Mattie (Marscay) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Patinack Farm
Owners: Mrs S A Bell, Mrs K L Irwin, D J Irwin, B M Cohen, Mrs A M Cohen, P M Cohen, G L Smith, A Smith, R C Purcell, G J Ahern, R B Phillips, R W Barnes & P J Finch
Colours: White, Green Horseshoes, Yellow Sleeves, White Cap, Green Horseshoes

Trainer: Damien Lane (Wyong) Jockey: Matthew McGuren 57kg

Cervinia is a five-year-old Bay mare having won on three occasions and placed 10 times from 33 outings showing prize money of $70,000+.

Last time out she won at Kempsey finishing first of 12 over 1450 m with Matt McGuren the pilot arriving 0.71 lengths in advance of Shannonbrook Miss on that occasion.

Race nine on the program will see the Sutton Family Arthur Gore Memorial class three handicap over 1400 m with Moysation to run jumping from barrier nine Matthew McGuren aboard.

4 MOSAYTION
4 year old bay gelding (9-9-2012) Sire: Mosayter (USA) Dam: Comeinspina (NZ) (Spinning World (USA)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mr P Grant
Owners: Mrs G P Kelly-Grant, D F Lane & Grant Thoroughbred Holdings (Mgr: P Grant)
Colours: Gold, Black Stars, Gold Cap With Black Lightning Bolt

Trainer: Damien Lane (Wyong) Jockey: Matthew McGuren 56.5kg

Moysation is a four-year-old Bay gelding having raced on 14 occasions for two wins & one placing earning prize money exceeding $30,000.

Last time out he raced at Mudgee on May 6 finishing midfield fifth of 10 with Jackson Murphy aboard arriving 4.23 lengths behind Puzzling Wonder over the 1400 metre trip.

The stable wishes connections and best of luck at Gunnedah on Thursday.