17:50 Listowel Sat 15 September 2018

  • Brendan Daly Memorial Slan Abhaile (Pro/Am) Flat Race
  • 2m, Soft
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner€8,624.002nd€2,674.003rd€1,274.004th€574.005th€224.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:4m 1.0sOff time:17:50:26
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1
612-0OR: BFD
9/2

Obviously has had his training issues not having been out since November. Best watched on return but significant jockey booking.

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2
511-10OR: D
9/4

Another from the yard who ran on strongly to land a competitive Punchestown bumper when last seen in April. Sure to be of interest again.

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3
811-7OR:
50/1

Well held and down the field in a couple of disappointing bumper starts when last seen over 12-months ago. Still an entire and out of his depth in this contest.

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4
711-7OR:
16/1

Not much to shout about in a couple bumper starts since June. Will need to show significant improvement here if he is to play a role.

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5
611-7OR:
12/1

Winner on racecourse debut in a Sligo bumper on good ground when last seen in July. Open to plenty of improvement.

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6
611-7OR: D
8/11

Purchased by leading owner following an impressive 11L demolition of an eight-runner field at Kilbeggan when last seen in May. Likely to be a warm order.

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7
511-3OR:
25/1

Yeats gelding is a half-brother to 2m5f hurdle winner Cluan Dara, dam fair 2m2f hurdle winner. Well held on debut at Sligo recently.

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Last Year's Winner

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Brahma Bull612-03/1
T: W P MullinsJ: Mr P W Mullins

Betting

Forecast

Sancta Simona (8/11), Kalum River (9/4), Vocarium (9/2), Queens Boulevard (12/1), Kerry Dawn (16/1), Dedanann (25/1), Anakar (50/1)

Verdict

The J P McManus-owned SANCTA SIMONA in first-time tongue-tie can build on her 11L win at Kilbeggan in May and land the spoils in the closing race of the 2018 Listowel Harvest festival, seeing of the attentions of the potentially exciting Kalum River from the Peter Fahy yard and the other Willie Mullins representative, Queens Boulevard who will come on for her debut win at Sligo.
  1. Sancta Simona
  2. Kalum River
  3. Queens Boulevard

Video Replay

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T: D Skelton

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