Nominations have been released for the Group 3 The Run To The Rose, which is due to run at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse this Saturday August 31, 2013.
A total of 15 horses have nominated for the 2013 The Run To The Rose, including Sidestep.
Sidestep will be having his second start of the spring racing carnival in the 2013 The Run To The Rose after placing fourth first-up in the 2013 San Domenico Stakes.
The three-year-old has one of her six race starts and has earned more than $793,000 in prize money.
Sidestep is nominated for both the Group 1 Cox Plate and Group 1 Caulfield Guineas this spring racing carnival.
The Peter Snowden-trained colt is Warwick Farm Racecourse and is working towards a run in the $1 million Golden Rose next month.
Also included in the 2013 The Run To The Rose nominations is Criterion.
Criterion has won three of his six race starts and has earned more than $450,000 in prize money during his career.
The Sebring colt will be first-up for the spring in the 2013 The Run To The Rose and has finished fourth in all three of his barrier trials prior to Saturday’s race.
Zoustar and Van Pensiero are also included in the 2013 The Run To The Rose nominations.
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2013 The Run To The Rose Nominations
|1||CRITERION (NZ)||David Payne||2||58.5kg||88|
|4||VA PENSIERO||Jason Coyle||5||58kg||84|
|5||DISSIDENT||Peter G Moody||8||57.5kg||78|
|6||EUROZONE||Bart & James Cummings||7||57.5kg||80|
|7||NEVER CAN TELL||Anthony Cummings||9||57.5kg||78|
|10||IKE’S LEGACY||David Vandyke||15||56kg||66|
|11||INTO THE RED||Kelso Wood||12||56kg||67|
|12||MARSEILLE ROULETTE||Gai Waterhouse||4||56kg||71|
|15||SPURRENDOUS||John P Thompson||11||54kg||70|