Flemington hosts its traditional ANZAC Day meeting this Friday featuring the ANZAC Day Stakes and time honoured VRC St Leger. The Listed, $120,000 ANZAC Day Stakes for two-year-olds, a race won in 2013 by subsequent Group 1 Caulfield Guineas (1600m) winner Long John, received 30 nominations.

Caulfield trainer Mick Price has three nominated including the top rated juvenile Pressing, a winner in impressive style on debut at Caulfield. Stable mates Cailin Miss and Devon Princess complete the Price stables entries.

Fellow Caulfield horseman Peter Moody has a trio of youngsters amongst nominations for the ANZAC Day Stakes.

Easy Drama will be stepping out for the second time in his career. The son of Real Saga debuted stylishly in the $180,000 VOBIS Gold Ingot (1200m) at Flemington winning comfortably by over a length. He will be joined in the field by Armada and Sweet And Speedy who both placed at their only career start.

Darley head trainer Peter Snowden who trained Long John to his 2013 ANZAC Day Stakes success has Alaska, a son of Medaglia D’oro, as the stables sole nomination. Alaska remains a maiden from three outings however he has strong form behind top juveniles Boomwa and Bring Me The Maid.

Flemington trainer Danny O’Brien has nominated two gallopers, Bullpit and Feels Like Home.

Bullpit, who defeated Mrs Mazetti at Moonee Valley two starts back, had that form franked with the latter saluting at Caulfield on Saturday. Feels Like Home is a maiden winner who recently placed in the $115,000 Group 3 Sires’ Produce in South Australia.

The team from Lindsay Park have entered Duck Dynasty, the stakes placed Tender and Petrology who chased home the smart Pressing at his most recent outing.

Nominations for the Listed, $150,000 VRC St Leger (2800m) have been extended until 10.00am Tuesday the 22/04/2014 after 11 entries were received when they closed at noon on Monday.

David Hayes has nominated the top rated Honey Steel’s Gold who placed third in the Listed, $120,000 Galilee Series Final behind Bring Something at his last outing. Valtari is the second of the Lindsay Park team.

The Gai Waterhouse stable has nominated Order Of The Sun who raced in the top echelon of three-year-old races during the Sydney autumn.

The $80,000 Flt Lt Peter Armytage Handicap (1610m) received 20 nominations including one for the Anthony Freedman trained Waldpark.

The former German galloper has not raced since finishing 17th in the 2013, $2,650,000 Group 1 Caulfield Cup (2400m) behind Fawkner.

Another likely to return this Saturday is Cooldin from the Robert Smerdon stable. Cooldini has not started since disappointing as favourite in the $404,000 Group 1 Adelaide Cup (3200m) in March. Smerdon has also nominated 2011 Group 2 $201,000 Herbert Power (2400m) winner Shewan who is on the comeback trail after a length injury layoff.

David Hayes last start winner Spacecraft, Mike Moroney’s consistent charge Saint Or Sinner and Chris Waller’s former import Trade Commissioner are also listed as entries.

The full list of nominations for Flemington can be found here