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Caulfield Guineas Nominations: Unbeaten colts head 119 first acceptances

  • 119 horses remain in contention for the Caulfield Guineas
Invader

A total of 119 three-year-olds have been nominated for the 2017 Caulfield Guineas (1600m) following the first acceptances stage on September 12.

The $2 million Caulfield Guineas could feature a clash between the currently unbeaten pair of Royal Symphony and Merchant Navy, trained by Tony McEvoy and Ciaron Maher respectively.

Filly Catchy, who is also entered for the Group 1 Thousand Guineas (1600m) on the same day, could bring Group 1 winning form to the race having taken out the Blue Diamond Stakes (1200m) during her two-year-old season.

Other Group 1 winners Invader, the ATC Sires Produce (1400m) winner, Champagne Stakes (1600m) winner The Mission and Sistema Stakes (1200m) winner Summer Passage are also still in the frame to contest the Ladbrokes-sponsored Caulfield Guineas.

Second acceptances for the Thousand Guineas will be taken on Tuesday, 26 September 2017.

Caulfield Guineas nominations list

Racingbase will provide updated news following each round of nominations and declarations.


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Caulfield Guineas Nominations: Unbeaten colts head 119 first acceptances

A total of 119 three-year-olds have been nominated for the 2017 Caulfield Guineas (1600m) following the first acceptances stage on September 12.

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