The fourth and final Group 1 at Flemington on a stacked Derby Day is the 2020 Kennedy Cantala Stakes (1600m), attracting a capacity field of 16 plus four emergencies.

Favourite Mr Quickie has drawn out in barrier 16, with the other single figure runner in the market Buffalo River set to line up in gate 9.

The lone three-year-old in the field is King’s Legacy for the Snowden operation, after his disappointing outing in the Caulfield Guineas (1600m).

Find the final field, barrier draw, and odds for the 2020 Kennedy Cantala Stakes (1600m) below.

*Odds correct at time of posting article.

Horse Win Place
1 Fifty Stars (15)J: John Allen 58kg T: T Dabernig & B Hayes $10.00 $3.30
2 Mr Quickie (16)J: Jamie Kah 58kg T: P Stokes $4.60 $1.90
3 Olmedo (20)J: James Mcdonald 56kg T: C J Waller $21.00 $6.00
4 Wild Planet (8)J: William Pike 55kg T: M, W & J Hawkes $16.00 $4.80
5 Yulong Prince (14)J: Damian Lane 55kg T: C J Waller $11.00 $3.50
6 Best Of Days (13)J: Ben Melham 54.5kg T: James Cummings $18.00 $5.50
7 Cascadian (18)J: Damien Oliver 54.5kg T: James Cummings $16.00 $4.80
8 I Am Superman (1)J: Jye Mcneil 54kg T: P & P Snowden $18.00 $5.50
9 Rock (2)J: Michael Poy 54kg T: M, W & J Hawkes $11.00 $3.50
10 Streets Of Avalon (11)J: Zac Spain 54kg T: S P Nichols $67.00 $18.00
11 The Velvet King (4)J: Luke Nolen 53.5kg T: P G Moody $41.00 $10.00
12 Age Of Chivalry (19)J: Daniel Moor 53kg T: M Ellerton & S Zahra $18.00 $5.50
13 Buffalo River (9)J: Craig Williams 53kg T: M D Moroney $6.50 $2.40
14 Chief Ironside (3)J: Kerrin Mcevoy 53kg T: K A Lees $21.00 $6.00
15 Nonconformist (10)J: Jordan Childs 53kg T: G M Begg $12.00 $3.80
16 King’s Legacy (6)J: Glen Boss 51kg T: P & P Snowden $19.00 $5.50
17 Reykjavik (12)J: Dean Yendall 53kg T: L Smith $51.00 $14.00
18 Junipal (17)J: Jye Mcneil 53kg T: C Maher & D Eustace $18.00 $5.50
19 Harbour Views (7)J: Kerrin Mcevoy 53kg T: M J Williams $17.00 $5.00
20 Reloaded (5)J: Michael Dee 53kg T: C J Waller $51.00 $14.00


Author: Will Guest

From Muswellbrook to the Melbourne Cup, Will is mad about all things racing and sport. Spent countless hours in the backyard as a child pretending to be Glenn McGrath, and has been known to get deadly late swing with a taped tennis ball.

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