Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Maiden 6f

  • (2yo, 6f, 8 runners)
  • Winner €10,006 2nd €2,320 3rd €1,015 4th €580
  • Going: Good to Yielding
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 1m 10.20s
  • Off time: 16:57:33

Full Result

16:55 Naas
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st (1) 5 War Envoy (USA) A P O'Brien 2 9-5 J P O'Brien 1/3f
SP 1/3f Prominent early, soon chased leaders, 5th after halfway, travelling smoothly and headway in 4th from 2f out, led under 1f out, pushed out, comfortably opened 4/9
2nd (3) 1 3 Packing Go Go (IRE) G M Lyons 2 9-5 G F Carroll 3/1
SP 3/1 Went slightly right out of stalls, close up, led from 2f out, headed under 1f out, soon no chance with winner, kept on same pace opened 9/4
3rd (4) 1 Convergence (IRE) G M Lyons 2 9-5 C T Keane (3) 12/1
SP 12/1 Went slightly right out of stalls, soon pushed along to be prominent, 4th after halfway, 5th from 2f out, soon switched right, 4th and no impression from 1f out, kept on same pace opened 10/1
4th (5) nk 2 Kasbah (IRE) J P Murtagh 2 9-5 N G McCullagh 12/1
SP 12/1 Went right out of stalls, tracked leaders, pushed along before halfway where 3rd, 2nd from 2f out, 3rd and no impression from 1f out, kept on one pace
5th (2) 7 Liffey View (IRE) A McGuinness 2 9-0 D P McDonogh 33/1
SP 33/1 Soon led, headed from 2f out, dropped to 5th and no impression 1f out
6th (8) 8 Ohh Lala (IRE) W McCreery 2 9-0 W M Lordan 33/1
SP 33/1 Unseated rider in parade ring and on way to post, held up, 6th on outer after halfway, still 6th and no impression 1f out
7th (7) 3 4 Split The Atom (IRE) J P Shanahan 2 9-5 T P O'Shea 33/1
SP 33/1 Dwelt and got slight bump start, towards rear, pushed along before halfway, no impression from 2f out opened 25/1
8th (6) nk 6 Whip Up A Frenzy (IRE) A Oliver 2 9-5 W J Lee 33/1
SP 33/1 Reared slightly leaving stalls and lost ground start, soon pushed along, always towards rear, no impression from 2f out

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £1.80 Tote Place £1.02 £1.30 £1.90 Straight Forecast £2.01 Exacta £2.60

Placepot €4,782.30

Analysis

Aidan O'Brien: "I'm delighted with that for a first run, you could not ask for much more. He'll come on plenty for that as he is still quite babyish. He will probably come back here for a winners' race."