14:55 Thurles Thu 30 November 2017

  • Templemore Handicap Hurdle (80-102)
  • 2m, Soft (Soft to Heavy in places)
  • 18 Runners
  • Winner€6,775.002nd€2,101.003rd€1,002.004th€450.005th€176.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:4m 5.3sOff time:14:55:31
1st
16
40/1
T: E McCarthyJ: K J Brouder (7)
Close up, on terms 4 out, soon led, joined into straight, soon narrowly headed, slight mistake last, led again and stayed on best run-in op 33/1
2nd
2
4
10/1
T: O McKiernanJ: Mr J W Reilly (7)
Tracked leaders, slight mistake 3rd, 3rd at 4th, 2nd 3 out, on terms into straight, soon gained narrow lead, headed and kept on without matching winner run-in op 14/1
3rd
4 ¼
13
10/1
T: J M BurkeJ: M P Burke (5)
Mid-division early, 6th at 4th, headway to chase leaders and kept on same pace without threatening from 2 out tchd 9/1
4th
3
17
11/2
T: P A FahyJ: B Hayes
Held up, 13th at 4th, improved into 3rd from 3 out, no impression from next, not fluent last, one pace op 6/1
5th
½
8
25/1
T: J E KielyJ: A E Lynch
Mid-division early, 10th at 4th, chased leaders and kept on same pace straight
6th
6 ½
3
16/1
T: R O'NeillJ: Mr J W O'Neill (7)
Chased leaders, 9th at 4th, one pace straight op 20/1
7th
2
10
4/1f
T: T MullinsJ: D J Mullins
Mid-division early, 8th at 4th, closed up from before 3 out, soon pushed along, no extra and one pace straight op 7/2
8th
3 ½
15
16/1
T: R DonohoeJ: M A Enright
Chased leaders, 5th at 4th, no extra and one pace straight
9th
2
7
10/1
T: E GriffinJ: M P Walsh
Held up, 11th at 4th, kept on same pace from before straight op 8/1
10th
7
2
25/1
T: J J ManganJ: P F Mangan
Chased leaders, not always fluent jumping, 7th at 4th, no impression from before straight op 20/1
11th
1 ½
9
33/1
T: T MullinsJ: R L Brennan (7)
Held up, soon in rear, not always fluent jumping, kept on same pace without threatening from before straight
12th
3 ½
6
8/1
T: R HackettJ: B J Foley (5)
Led, slight mistake 3rd, joined 4 out, soon headed, no extra approaching straight op 15/2
13th
nk
14
20/1
T: T DoyleJ: R P Treacy (5)
Held up, slight mistake 3rd, 17th at 4th, some headway before 3 out, no impression from before straight op 16/1
14th
1 ¼
5
40/1
T: T ShanahanJ: Mr W T Shanahan (7)
Held up, 14th at 4th, some headway before 3 out, no impression from before straight op 33/1
15th
9
18
16/1
T: Shane NolanJ: R C Colgan
Held up, 15th at 4th, no extra from before straight op 14/1
16th
1 ¼
1
711-12
8/1
T: G ElliottJ: D N Russell
Mid-division early, not always fluent jumping, 12th at 4th, no extra approaching straight
17th
nk
11
12/1
T: W J BurkeJ: P T Enright
Held up, not always fluent jumping, 16th at 4th, no extra approaching straight op 14/1
18th
36
12
40/1
T: J J WalshJ: A McCurtin (5)
Tracked leaders, 4th at 4th, slight mistake 4 out, lost place approaching 3 out, weakened, tailed off tchd 50/1

Non-Runners

NR
19
Accordion Twilight
1110-4
T: W J LaniganJ: Reserve 1
NR
20
Benefit Of Love
610-4
T: J P RyanJ: Reserve 2
NR
21
Jimmyjames
610-4
T: P J RothwellJ: Reserve 3

Betting Breakdown

€82.70€11.80, €5.10, €1.70, €1.60
€1,902.00€1,074.10€411.14€4,325.43

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