13:10 Navan Sun 26 November 2006

  • Bank Of Ireland 'monksfield' Novice Hurdle (grade 3)
  • 2m 4f, Soft, Heavy in places
  • 9 Runners
  • Surface: unknown

Weighed In

Winning time:-Off time:-
T: R TynerJ: R Walsh
Tracked leaders, 3rd halfway, close 2nd after 4 out, disputed lead travelling well next, led 2 out, ridden before last, stayed on well
2nd
9
1
5/1
T: N MeadeJ: Paul Carberry
Held up early, took closer order before halfway, led after 4 out, ridden and joined next, headed 2 out, no extra when mistake last
T: M L FaganJ: R J Molloy
Held up in touch, 5th after 4 out, moderate 3rd from 3 out, kept on
T: D M KellyJ: R M Power
Held up towards rear, kept on without threatening from before 3 out
T: H de BromheadJ: B J Geraghty
Settled 2nd, led from 5th, ridden and headed 4 out, soon weakened
8th
.75
2
100/1
T: L ComerJ: M J Bolger
Led, slight mistake and headed 5th, remained close up, 3rd under pressure after after 4 out, soon weakened
9th
1.5
7
20/1
T: M P HouriganJ: Andrew J McNamara
Held up towards rear, no impression from 4 out

Non-Runners

NR
6
The Boxer Roche (IRE)
11-2
T: A MullinsJ: undefined

Betting Breakdown

€4.12

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