Don't Forget Ladies Day This Thursday Flat Race 2m 1f
- (4-7yo, 2m 1f, 14 runners)
- Winner €4,830 2nd €1,121 3rd €490 4th €280
- Going: Good to Firm (Good in Places Flat: Good in places)
- Surface: Turf
- Winning time: 4m 0.90s
- Off time: 20:39:59
|3rd||5 Super Cloud||2½||14/1|
Bishop Maxwell (IRE) 65
|5||168 12-0||D Cullen||Mr S G Carey (5)||25/1|
Curragh Hall (IRE) 31
|5||168 12-0 p1||G J Power||Mr J P McKeown||20/1|
Estilaam (IRE) 22
|5||168 12-0||J J Hanlon||Rachael Blackmore (7)||25/1|
Frontline (IRE) 47
|5||168 12-0||Peter Fahey||Ms K Walsh||6/4f|
Super Cloud (IRE) 3
|5||168 12-0||D O'Shea||Mr G M Mangan (7)||14/1|
Think Alive (IRE) 560
|7||168 12-0 t||T Hogan||Mr D Skehan (7)||12/1|
Willsani (IRE) 71
|5||168 12-0 t1||Pierce Power||Mr R A Latta (7)||20/1|
|4||162 11-8||S Ryan||Mr T P Ryan (7)||25/1|
|4||162 11-8||H de Bromhead||Mr D Roche (5)||11/2|
The Next Big Thing (IRE)
|4||162 11-8||P J Colville||Miss J M Mangan (5)||14/1|
|6||161 11-7||Mrs J Riordan||Mr J C Barry (7)||25/1|
Lilly's Express (IRE)
|5||161 11-7||Peter Fahey||Mr M Fahey (3)||12/1|
Queen Of Thecastle (IRE) 200
|5||161 11-7 t1||B J Hallahan||Mr P S Kiely (7)||50/1|
Wate And Sea (IRE)
|5||161 11-7||J J Walsh||Mr A McCurtin (7)||7/2|
||7||John F Phelan||Mr P Power||NR|
Railway Zira (IRE)
||4||11-1||David Kelly||Mr P A King||10/1|
Peter Fahey has won this twice in recent years and will be expecting a better show from FRONTLINE, who was the subject of a gamble on his debut in a huge field at Punchestown in May. He looked to be travelling well until running out of steam and gets a chance to recoup losses in what looks a poor contest. Super Cloud makes a quick reappearance after a fine effort at Cork on Friday where he encountered quick ground for the first time and he looks best of the remainder with experience. Pierlow is by Double Eclipse out of a very stoutly-bred mare so it will be a surprise if he has the pace for this though he's one for the future while Think Alive hasn't been seen since a fair run on heavy ground at Cork in January last year.
Tea Pot Spout (IRE) 6-1 (12-0) Mid div, drpd twrds rr up 5out, no ex 3out, pu 2out, in a race won by Coolnagorna Giggs (12-0) at Ballydarragh 3m ire ptp gs in Dec, 17 ran.
Frontline (IRE) 4-1 (11-11) Tracked leaders, close 2nd on outer 2 1/2f out, soon ridden, no impression from 1 1/2f out, 7th of 23, 8l behind Stephanie Frances (11-0) at Punchestown 2m nhf gf in May.
Estilaam (IRE) 16-1 (11-7) Mid-division, ridden and no impression from 5f out, remote 9th when badly hampered entering straight, continued but completely tailed off, 8th of 16, well behind Bach To Whitingbay (11-9) at Gowran Park 2m 4f N H flat gf in Jun.
Super Cloud (IRE) 33-1 (11-7) Mid-division, 7th halfway, ridden into 4th 3f out, no impression in 6th 2f out, kept on one pace, 4th of 20, 6l behind Scienter (12-0) at Cork 2m N H flat gf.
Lilly's Express (IRE) King's Theatre mare out of Masriyna's Article.
Pierlow (IRE) Double Eclipse gelding out of Dooleys Daughter.
Bishop Maxwell (IRE) 40-1 (11-7) Towards rear, poor 15th before straight, weakened and tailed off, 12th of 22, well behind Faugheen (12-0) at Punchestown 2m 5yo nhf gd in May.
Wate And Sea (IRE) Definite Article mare out of Sandy Orchid.
Curragh Hall (IRE) 20-1 (11-7) Prominent, ordinayr pace early, 4th approaching straight, soon no impression, kept on same pace, 8th of 13, 23l behind B L Swagger (11-11) at Clonmel 2m N H flat in Jun.
Comebackgirl (IRE) Presenting mare out of Aunty Dawn.
The Next Big Thing (IRE) Windsor Knot gelding out of Mount Grace.
Willsani (IRE) 10-1 (12-0) Ww rr mid div, 8th 6out, prog bef 4out until 5th & rdn bef 3out, mod 4th at last, 4th of 11, 20l behind Forget And Forgive (12-0) at Dromahane 3m ire ptp gd in May.
Think Alive (IRE) 16-1 (11-12) Prominent, lost place 4 out, 6th approaching straight, soon no impression and kept on without threatening, 3rd of 12, 10l behind Ballyburke (11-12) at Cork 2m mdn hdl hvy in Jan '12.
Aaahh (IRE) Millenary gelding out of Castleknock.
Queen Of Thecastle (IRE) 20-1 (11-1) Soon mid-division, no impression approaching straight, kept on same pace, 8th of 16, well behind Girl In Blue (11-2) at Limerick 2m mrs N H flat hvy in Dec.