Ig­natius Horse of the Year

Sunday Tasmanian - - Sport - PETER STA­PLES

STAR three-year-old pacer Ig­natius has been named Carl­ton and United Brew­eries Tas­ma­nian Horse of the Year.

The horse, trained by Todd and James Rat­tray, pro­duced 11 wins for the year from 13 starts, in­clud­ing the $150,000 NSW Breed­ers Chal­lenge Fi­nal for 3YO Colts and Geld­ings.

Ig­natius also won the Cor­po­rate Com­mu­ni­ca­tions 3YO Colt or Geld­ing Award, while Resur­gent Storm took out the Med­i­cal Edge 2YO Colt or Geld­ing Of The Year Award.

The Edgar Tat­low Medal, went to Ch­ester Bul­lock.

Par­tic­i­pant awards were made to lead­ing fe­male driver Han­nah Van­don­gen, and Juanita McKen­zie took out the lead­ing fe­male trainer award.

Ben Yole se­cured his third con­sec­u­tive lead­ing trainer ti­tle. 1. Aus­tralia’s rich­est horse race (3,7). 6. Cap­tained West Coast to 2018 AFL grand fi­nal win (4). 9. Aus­tralian Test wick­et­keeper v Pak­istan in 2018 (5). 10. Coura­geous mid­fielder who won Western Bull­dogs’ best and fairest award in 2008, eas­ily beat­ing Brown­low Medal­list Adam Cooney (5). 12. Aus­tralian women’s cricket cap­tain, – Lan­ning (3). 13. Race­course at which Bris­bane Cup is tra­di­tion­ally run (5,4). 14. De­fender who was named in AFL All-Aus­tralian team for fifth suc­ces­sive year in 2018 (5). 15. Golf­ing aids (4). 16. NZ in­ter­na­tional cricket venue, – Park (4). 18. Aus­tralia’s only Tour de France win­ner (5). 21. Maiden name of Aus­tralian ten­nis great Evonne Caw­ley (9). 23. Olympic cham­pion Aus­tralian triath­lete, – Snowsill (4). 26. Ma­jor win­ner af­ter whom Aus­tralia’s golfer of the year medal is named (6). 27. Won 2016 Mel­bourne Cup from Heart­break City and Hart­nell (8). 29. For­mer AFL All-Aus­tralian who played in North Launce­s­ton’s 2014 Tas­ma­nian State League premier­ship team (7). 31. Aus­tralian spin bowler who took the last of his 208 Test wick­ets on 2008 West In­dian tour (7). 33. Won Aus­tralian Mas­ters golf ti­tle in 2014, – Cullen (4). 34. Ade­laide AFL player, – Ot­ten (4). 35. Soc­ceroos goal­keeper at 2018 World Cup (4). 1. This mem­ber of a renowned Aus­tralian sport­ing fam­ily was named goal at­tack in 2018 Su­per Net­ball team of the year (7). 2. Vic­to­rian mare who won Ho­bart Cup-Launce­s­ton Cup dou­ble in 2014 (7). 3. Gave leg­endary trainer Bart Cum­mings his 12th and fi­nal Mel­bourne Cup in 2008 (6). 4. For­mer AFL star af­ter whom TSL Rookie of the Year medal is named (10). 5. Nick­name of Mel­bourne NRL team (5). 7. Aus­tralian Test crick­eter, – Khawaja (5). 8. Nick­name of US NBA team Den­ver (7). 11. Gi­ant Tas­ma­nian ruck­man from early this cen­tury who is one of the tallest foot­ballers to play in AFL (6). 17. For­mer Bris­bane star and mul­ti­ple AFL All-Aus­tralian rep­re­sen­ta­tive, – Lap­pin (5). 19. Pak­istan-born crick­eter who played for Aus­tralia in 2013 ODI se­ries v Eng­land (5). 20. Young pace­man who was South Africa’s lead­ing wick­et­taker in 2016-17 Test cricket se­ries against Aus­tralia (9). 21. Hawthorn util­ity named in for­ward pocket in 2018 AFL All-Aus­tralian team (7). 22. Row­ing equip­ment (3). 24. Soc­ceroos coach (6). 25. Coached Kook­abur­ras to win Olympic Games men’s hockey gold medal in 2004 (6). 28. For­mer UK-based Soc­ceroo star, – Lazaridis (4). 30. Aus­tralian hockey great, – Charlesworth (3). 31. Gold Coast Suns AFL cap­tain in 2018 (3). 32. For­mer French Open ten­nis women’s sin­gles cham­pion, – Ma­joli (3).

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