Nominations have been released for the Group 3 Gunsynd Classic, which is due to take place at Doomben Racecourse this Saturday April 27, 2013.
11 horses have been nominated for the 2013 Gunsynd Classic, including Mishani Stealth.
Mishani Stealth has won four of his nine race starts and has earned more than $90,000 in prize money during his horse racing career.
The three-year-old is trained at Eagle Farm by Les Ross and will be second-up in the 2013 Gunsynd Classic.
Mishani Stealth won his last race start in the $17,000 Padua College Handicap at Eagle Farm Racecourse and will be taking a steep step up in grade for the 2013 Gunsynd Classic.
It will be the first time the Oratorio gelding will be tried at group level, with his biggest win to date coming in the $50,000 Coca Cola Amatil Handicap at Eagle farm in January.
Also included in the 2013 Gunsynd Classic nominations is Proverb.
Proverb has won two of his 13 race starts and has earned close to $200,000 in prize money during his career.
The Peter Snowden-trained gelding had no luck during the autumn carnival, with his best result being a fifth placing in the Group 2 Hobartville Stakes at Rosehill in March.
Carmora and Noogoora Burr are also included in the 2013 Gunsynd Classic nominations.
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2013 Gunsynd Classic Nominations
|1||ADVENTURE KING||Jan Aitkenhead||–|
|3||BREAK THE MOMENT||Jan Aitkenhead||–|
|6||HI SON||David Kelly||73|
|8||IT’S ON THE POCKET||Lindsay Gough||82|
|9||LUCKY LUCKY LUCKY||Steve Englebrecht||–|
|10||MISHANI STEALTH||Les Ross||79|
|11||NOOGOORA BURR||David J Lawlor||73|
|13||RIDDLE ME THIS||Tony Gollan||71|
|14||SIR KNOX||Robert R Wilson||68|
|16||WRITTEN ABOVE ALL||Robert Heathcote||64|