South Australia’s Morphettville Racecourse is host to its own fantastic day of racing this Monday, with the Adelaide Cup day drawing the states horses to Adelaide, and the Group 2 Yallambee Classic will certainly be a feature.
The 2010 Yallambee Classic will see some premier horses compete over 1,200 metres for a share in the $200,000 prize money, and the final field has revealed there to be 13 starters for Monday’s race.
Starting from the inside barrier is Sister Madly. The Anthony Cummings-trained filly has recently had two wins in trials at the Randwick Racecourse and may well benefit from the advantage associated with the number one barrier.
The favourite for the 2010 Surround Stakes was Too Many Reds, however having drawn the wide barrier may hinder the geldings chances.
Prior to the barrier draw, the favourite for the 2010 Surround Stakes was Too Many Reds, however having drawn the wide barrier may hinder the geldings chances. Trained by Charlie Goggin, the three year old is coming into the race with three recent wins, one of which was from the eighth barrier out of nine starters.
Mick Price has Luminous Harmony starting from the 12th barrier on Monday. Despite the wide draw, the filly has won her last three starts, of which one was from the 14th barrier, with 14 starters proving she could be a strong contender in the 2010 Surround Stakes.
Also running on Adelaide Cup Day at the Morphettville Racecourse will be the Group 2 Adelaide Cup (3200m) and the Group 3 R N Irwin Stakes (1100m).
2010 Yallambee Classic Final Field
Too Many Reds
Believe In More
|Leon McDonald & Andrew Gluyas||9||54.5|
Luce Del Mare
|John P Thompson||10||54.5|
|John P Thompson||3||54.5|