I.N.H. Stallion Owners E.B.F. Dawn Run Mares Novice Chase (Grade 2) 2m 6f

  • (5yo+, 2m 6f, Class 1, 8 runners)
  • Winner €29,250 2nd €8,550 3rd €4,050 4th €1,350
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 6m 13.30s
  • Off time: 15:40:50

Full Result

15:40 Limerick
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st 4 Caoimhe's Delight (IRE) S O O'Brien 8 11-0 p D J Condon 5/1
SP 5/1 Tracked leaders, 4th 4 out, closed from before 2 out, over 1L down when left in lead from last, pressed and stayed on well run-in opened 9/2
2nd 5 Civena (IRE) J A Berry 8 11-0 A F O'Neill 14/1
SP 14/1 Chased leaders, 6th 4 out, moderate 5th approaching straight, closed under pressure and left 2nd from last, kept on without matching winner run-in
3rd 6 3 Backinthere (IRE) E F Gallagher 9 11-0 A P Heskin 12/1
SP 12/1 Tracked leader, on terms after 5th, led after 7th, headed 3 out, on terms again approaching straight and soon led, headed 2 out where jumped left, soon no impression, kept on same pace opened 25/1
4th 1 Byerley Babe (IRE) R Tyner 7 11-5 P T Enright Evsf
SP Evsf Held up towards rear, improved after 7th, slight mistake 7 out, 5th 4 out, went 3rd approaching straight, no impression and kept on same pace from before 2 out opened 11/10
5th 26 6 Killtilane Rose (IRE) W Harney 9 11-0 D E Splaine 33/1
SP 33/1 Led, joined after 5th, headed after 7th, 3rd 4 out, lost place and weakened approaching straight opened 50/1
6th ¾ 8 Liz's D'estruval (IRE) J J Murphy 6 11-0 D N Russell 16/1
SP 16/1 Towards rear, not fluent 2nd, no extra from 4 out
7th nk 7 Lisrose (IRE) Ms Alice Curran 9 11-0 J S McGarvey 16/1
SP 16/1 Held up, a little slow at 3rd, jumped left 6th and 7th, ridden in last 6 out, no extra from 4 out opened 14/1
F 2 Baby Shine (IRE) Mrs L Wadham 8 11-0 L P Aspell 3/1
SP 3/1 Tracked leaders, 2nd 4 out, led next, joined approaching straight, soon headed, led again 2 out, over 1L up when fell last

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £5.90 Tote Place £1.30 £2.90 £2.90 Straight Forecast £68.18 Exacta £53.40

Analysis

Sean O'Brien: "She got beat the last day and it was my fault. I told Paul (Townend) to force the pace, but it killed her on that tacky and bottomless ground. I wasn't going to run her until four or five days ago, but she started to show me a little bit at home. Davy spoke to Paul on the phone for instructions. We looked to be in unbelievable trouble across the top of the course, but they went a very strong gallop up front. This is my first graded win and over a trip on nicer ground she might have a chance in a big handicap. She'll be grand when she goes to stud eventually, with that win under her belt. I wish her brother (Golantilla) had run better (in the Champion Bumper) at Cheltenham."