Werribee Cup Field

The Werribee Cup field is usually comprised of a selection of great handicappers who have fairly extensive black-type experience. Quite often, you’ll get a provincial horse-heavy field, with only the occasional metropolitan stabled horse entering the Werribee Cup field. Over the years, the Werribee Cup field has developed an infallible reputation for putting on an exciting race.

2017 Werribee Cup Field

The 2017 Werribee Cup field is shaping up to be packed out with decent horses. Quite a few renowned trainers have expressed their interest in nominating horses for the 2017 Werribee Cup field, so with any luck we’ll get a few of those in there. Most likely, though, the Werribee Cup field will be made up of strong local horses. It’s important to remember though that very talented stayers have in the past used the race for preparation, so it’s possible we’ll see some of those in the Werribee Cup field.

The 2017 Werribee Cup field is below.

The 2017 Werribee Cup field will be published here when the final acceptances are announced.

2017 Werribee Cup Nominations

The Werribee Cup nominations are usually quite interesting, not only to punters, but also to other race horse owners and trainers. As a small country cup, people are always interested to see which big-name horses will enter the Werribee Cup nominations.

The 2014 Werribee Cup nominations will be published below.