18:30 Dundalk

Friday 2 November 2018

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Dundalk Stadium Claiming Race

1m  |   Standard  |   14 Runners  |   Polytrack

Weighed In

Off time: 18:31  |   Winning time: 1m 37.04s

1st
2
(9)
14/1
T: J F LevinsJ: D W O'Connor (5)
A little keen, raced in 8th early, soon 7th, headway and effort straight, wandered about and led inside final furlong, soon asserted and stayed on well op 12/1
2nd
3
5
(4)
7/2
T: A McGuinnessJ: G M Ryan (7)
Raced in 7th early, soon 9th, pushed along before straight, soon effort, kept on well without threatening winner inside final furlong op 3/1
3rd
1 ½
13
(6)
12/1
T: A MullinsJ: K J Manning
Soon led, headed after 3f, remained prominent, challenged and every chance straight, one pace from over 1f out tchd 14/1
4th
½
4
(5)
59-3
2/1f
T: Denis HoganJ: K J Leonard (3)
Waited with, soon raced in 11th, switched left to inner 2f out, soon chased leaders and one pace
5th
hd
11
(14)
20/1
T: D MarnaneJ: S M Crosse (7)
Raced in 5th early, led after 3f, strongly pressed straight, headed and one pace inside final furlong
6th
nk
8
(2)
6/1
T: P MartinJ: S M Mooney (10)
Raced in 9th early, soon 8th, closed travelling smoothly early straight, soon pushed along and kept on same pace without threatening from over 1f out op 8/1
7th
3 ½
1
(7)
59-6
33/1
T: M HalfordJ: S Foley
Waited with, soon raced in 13th, pushed along approaching straight, slightly impeded 2f out, kept on without threatening inside final furlong op 40/1 tchd 50/1
8th
½
6
(13)
16/1
T: D EnglishJ: R P Cleary
Waited with, soon raced in 12th, some headway and effort on outer early straight, kept on same pace without threatening from over 1f out op 33/1
9th
1 ¾
3
(10)
16/1
T: N MeadeJ: C T Keane
Raced in 10th early and took keen hold, soon raced on outer and closed up to track leaders, no extra from over 1f out
10th
¾
12
(1)
12/1
T: A McGuinnessJ: B M Coen (7)
Raced in 4th early, soon 5th, pushed along approaching straight, no extra from over 1f out op 8/1
11th
2 ¾
10
(8)
25/1
T: Denis HoganJ: J A Heffernan
Waited with, soon in rear, kept on same pace straight op 33/1
12th
nk
9
(11)
25/1
T: J M OxxJ: S P Davis (5)
Led early, prominent, soon 4th, pushed along approaching straight, no extra from over 1f out
13th
1 ¼
7
(12)
50/1
T: P A FahyJ: R Coakley (3)
A little keen, soon raced in 6th, pushed along approaching straight, no extra from over 1f out op 40/1
14th
5 ½
14
(3)
66/1
T: D P DunneJ: A J Slattery (7)
Raced in 3rd early, soon 10th, pushed along approaching straight, no extra from over 1f out

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Non-Runners

16
Lappet39
Weight: 9-11|  Age: 3
T: A Fleming  J: Reserve 2
15
Ten Joys8
Weight: 8-10|  Age: 3
T: J C Hayden  J: Reserve 1
17
Kodiac's Back31
Weight: 8-11|  Age: 7
T: D Marnane  J: Reserve 3
Betting

Forecast

Atlas (2/1), Georgian Bay (7/2), Reckless Lad (6/1), Pari Passu (12/1), Beau Satchel (12/1), Hasselnott (14/1), Red Avenger (16/1), Art Of Unity (16/1), Tennesse Waltz (20/1), Mister Dancer (25/1), Miss Zizi (25/1), Yamato (33/1), Dani's Boy (50/1), Dandiesque (66/1), Lappet (N/A), Ten Joys (N/A), Kodiac's Back (N/A)

Verdict
Wide open claimer with many that could go well at a price. PARI PASSU is back on a mark that saw him win over C&D in February and the New Approach gelding can once again get in to the winners enclosure here holding off the attentions of Miss Zizi and the rock solid C&D pair Reckless Lad and Beau Satchel. The Mick Halford-trained Yamato and and Denis Hogans, Atlas should not be easily dismissed.
  1. Pari Passu
  2. Beau Satchel
  3. Atlas

Previous Winners

2017
Reckless Lad
Weight: 9-0  |Age: 7
Weight: 9-0  |  
Age: 7  |  
J: K J Leonard
  |  
T: P Martin
11/2
Prize Money
1st:
€6,160.00
2nd:
€1,910.00
3rd:
€910.00
4th:
€410.00
5th:
€160.00

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