Nominations have been released for the Group 2 Tristarc Stakes, which will take place at Caulfield Racecourse this Saturday October 19, 2013.
A total of 24 mares have been nominated for the 2013 Tristarc Stakes, including Red Tracer.
Red Tracer has won 12 of her 30 race starts and has earned more than $1.63 million in prize money during her horse racing career.
The six-year-old mare won the Group 1 Tatersall’s Tiara at Eagle Farm during the winter racing carnival.
She then went on to place second by a half head to Sharnee Rose in the Group 3 Golden Pendant at Rosehill Racecourse on September 28, 2013.
Red Tracer will be looking to reclaim her winning form when she runs in the 2013 Tristarc Stakes this weekend.
Arinosa is also included in the 2013 Tristarc Stakes final field and barrier draw acceptances.
The six-year-old has won nine of her 28 race starts and has earned more than $588,000 in prize money.
Arinosa won her most recent start in the Group 2 Premiere Stakes at Royal Randwick on October 5, 2013.
Steps In Time and Fire Up Fifi are also included in the 2013 Tristarc Stakes final field and barrier draw.
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2013 Tristarc Stakes Nominations
|3||AVA’S DELIGHT||Darren Weir||83|
|4||BALACLAVA LADY||Nigel Blackiston||67|
|8||FIRE UP FIFI||Robert Heathcote||102|
|9||FLYING SNITZEL||Gerald Ryan||94|
|10||HI BELLE||John Gunning||101|
|12||LADY ANTEBELLUM||Leon Corstens||80|
|13||MELIORA||Peter G Moody||90|
|14||MOLTO BENE||Phillip Stokes||98|
|16||PERON||John P Thompson||98|
|18||PRINCESS TOSHI||Rick Hore-Lacy||77|
|19||RED TRACER||Chris Waller||112|
|20||ROSE PATTERN||David Hayes||83|
|21||SHE’S CLEAN||Chris Waller||103|
|22||STEPS IN TIME||John O’Shea||106|
|23||XANADU (NZ)||Ken Kelso||–|
|24||YOU’RE SO GOOD (NZ)||Nigel Blackiston||90|