Nominations have been released for the Group 1 Toorak Handicap, which is due to run at Caulfield Racecourse this Saturday October 13, 2012.
A total of 16 horses have been nominated for the 2012 Toorak Handicap, including More Joyous.
More Joyous has won 21 of her 28 race starts and has earned more than $4.47 million in prize money.
The More Than Ready mare won her first-up start this spring in the Listed Sheraco Stakes, before claiming victory in the Group 3 Golden Pendant last start.
More Joyous has not been beaten since finishing seventh in the Group 1 Myer Classic in October, 2011.
The six-year-old is likely to be the overwhelming favourite to take home the 2012 Toorak Handicap this weekend.
Also included in the 2012 Toorak Handicap nominations is Steps In Time.
Steps In Time has won six of her 12 race starts and has earned more than $420,000 in prize money.
The Danehill Dancer mare won her last start in the Group 3 Bill Ritchie Handicap by more than a length in front of a quality race field.
The five-year-old will be having her fourth race start of the spring carnival in the 2012 Toorak Handicap.
Strike The Stars and King Mufhasa are also included in the 2012 Toorak Handicap nominations.
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2012 Toorak Handicap Nominations
|2||GLASS HARMONIUM (IRE)||Michael Moroney||112|
|3||ILLO (GER)||Bart Cummings||102|
|4||KING MUFHASA (NZ)||Stephen Mckee||119|
|5||MAWINGO (GER)||Anthony Freedman||108|
|6||MORE JOYOUS (NZ)||Gai Waterhouse||127|
|7||OVER QUOTA||Mark Webb||99|
|8||SMOKIN’ JOEY||Anthony Freedman||102|
|9||SOLZHENITSYN (NZ)||Robert Heathcote||102|
|11||SPIRIT SONG||Aaron Purcell||102|
|12||STEPS IN TIME||John O’Shea||107|
|13||STRIKE THE STARS (NZ)||Anthony Cummings||95|