Solerina Mares Novice Hurdle (Grade 3) 2m 2f

  • (4yo+, 2m 2f, Class 1, 8 runners)
  • Winner €19,500 2nd €5,700 3rd €2,700 4th €900
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 4m 45.70s
  • Off time: 13:20:48

Full Result

13:20 Fairyhouse
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st 9 Gitane Du Berlais (FR) W P Mullins 4 10-4 P Townend 100/1f
SP 100/1f Tracked leader in 2nd, led before 5th, clear next, reduced advantage after 3 out, ridden from last, kept on well under pressure run-in opened 6/4
2nd 5 3 Vicky De L'Oasis (FR) W P Mullins 5 11-1 R Walsh 33/10
SP 33/10 Tracked leaders, 4th when slight mistake 4 out, headway into 2nd after 3 out, ridden 2 out, no impression on winner from last, kept on under pressure opened 5/2 touched 10/3
3rd 22 7 Romantic Fashion (IRE) Mrs P Dobbs 7 10-13 M P Fogarty 12/1
SP 12/1 Tracked leaders, closer in 3rd 4 out, ridden and dropped to 4th next, moderate 4th entering straight, went moderate 3rd from last opened 10/1
4th 4 Dantes Firth (IRE) T Foley 7 10-13 R Loughran 12/1
SP 12/1 Tracked leaders, went 2nd after 5th, ridden and dropped to 3rd after 3 out, moderate 3rd 2 out, dropped to moderate 4th from last
5th 82 5 Fair Funny (IRE) E U Hales 6 10-13 J L Cullen 50/1
SP 50/1 Held up behind leaders, moderate 6th 4 out, ridden from next, no impression, completely tailed off opened 40/1
6th 31 6 Honey Bach (IRE) B R Hamilton 7 10-13 t1 P Carberry 14/1
SP 14/1 Held up towards rear, moderate 5th 4 out, soon ridden and no impression, completely tailed off opened 16/1
PU 2 Akatara (IRE) M J Bowe 7 11-3 J S McGarvey 661/10
SP 661/10 In rear, trailing from 3rd, behind when pulled up before 3 out opened 66/1
PU 1 Theatre Bird (IRE) Sean Doyle 6 11-6 B J Cooper 9/2
SP 9/2 Led, headed before 5th, weakening when mistake 5th, soon dropped behind leaders, pulled up after 4 out opened 7/2
NR 8 Sunday Serenade (IRE) Peter Fahey 6 10-13 D N Russell

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £2.50 Tote Place £1.02 £1.50 £2.10 Straight Forecast £4.80 Exacta £5.70

Placepot €8.20

Analysis

Willie Mullins: "It was a good performance and they are two good mares. The winner loves the ground and the trip, and the way she jumped the last few she had plenty in the tank. This is her ground and we are probably looking at taking her to France rather than Cheltenham. It will probably be too quick for her in Cheltenham."