Crystal Mile Field

Horses that gain acceptance into the Crystal Mile field are usually strong runners with a couple of good results over mile races on their record. The Crystal Mile field is always very competitive, with a great range of horses of varying performance backgrounds. The Crystal Mile field is one worth watching, as it can provide some great form indication for races later in the spring carnival.

2017 Crystal Mile Field

The 2017 Crystal Mile field is shaping up to be one of the most impressive ever. There are a number of great milers on the circuit this year and no doubt a number of them will end up in the 2016 Crystal Mile field. Several trainers from renowned stables have already expressed their desire to nominate horses for the 2015 Crystal Mile field. It’s clear that the 2015 Crystal Mile field will follow in the top quality footsteps of previous editions of the race.

The 2017 Crystal Mile field is below.

No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Hcp Rating
1 313x1119x0 IT’S SOMEWHAT (USA) James Cummings Kerrin McEvoy 1 59kg 113
2 91x705x600 LUCKY HUSSLER Darren Weir Blake Shinn 6 59kg 110
3 114119×072 BURNING FRONT Darren Weir Mark Zahra 9 59kg 104
4 116x1611x2 RELIGIFY Chris Waller Hugh Bowman 3 59kg 108
5 1351207687 JUNGLE EDGE Mick Bell Kevin Forrester 5 59kg 106
6 6832198383 PETROLOGY David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Cory Parish 2 59kg 97
7 x1240x5427 ANTONIO GIUSEPPE (NZ) Chris Waller Craig Williams 10 59kg 103
8 80×3501125 SOUND PROPOSITION (NZ) Kris Lees Corey Brown 4 59kg 106
9 6557x135x0 CALDERON (IRE) Tony McEvoy Luke Currie 7 59kg 105
10 3510×68220 WYNDSPELLE (NZ) Michael Kent Beau Mertens (a) 8 58.5kg 92

2017 Crystal Mile Nominations

In recent history, the Crystal Mile nominations have been fairly impressive. You can usually spot more than one Group 1 winner amongst the Crystal Mile nominations. The Crystal Mile nominations feature some top stars such as Trust In A Gust, Havana Rey and Bull Point. The 2017 Crystal Mile nominations are provided below.