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Friday 2 November 2018

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Irishinjuredjockeys.com Handicap (45-65) (Div 1)

7f  |   Standard  |   14 Runners  |   Polytrack

Weighed In

Off time: 19:32  |   Winning time: 1m 25.82s

1st
10
(4)
40/1
T: E P HartyJ: M A Gallagher
Prominent, a little keen, 6th approaching straight, switched right 2f out towards outer, gained narrow lead and stayed on well closing stages op 33/1
2nd
½
9
(9)
48-12
3/1
T: J S BolgerJ: G M Ryan (7)
A little uneasy in stalls, tracked leaders, 3rd approaching straight, challenged and on terms 2f out, led over 1f out, narrowly headed and kept on without matching winner closing stages op 7/1
3rd
1 ½
4
(13)
8/1
T: A McGuinnessJ: S P Davis (5)
Dwelt, soon towards rear and a little keen, raced wide on outer over 1f out and headway, kept on well without threatening inside final furlong
4th
sh
14
(5)
6/1
T: M HalfordJ: C P Hoban
Dwelt, waited with, headway and effort between horses inside final furlong and tight for room briefly, kept on without matching principals close home op 16/1
5th
¾
13
(11)
28/1
T: D MarnaneJ: N M Crosse (7)
Dwelt, soon towards rear, raced wide on outer over 1f out and headway, ran on well without threatening inside final furlong
6th
nk
2
(12)
50/1
T: C CoakleyJ: G Brouder (7)
Took keen hold, prominent, led approaching halfway, joined 2f out, soon headed and one pace after
7th
1
6
(8)
16/1
T: Jack W DavisonJ: D W O'Connor (5)
A little uneasy in stalls, dwelt, waited with, a little keen, raced wide on outer over 1f out and headway, kept on without threatening
8th
½
8
(7)
49-0
10/1
T: Denis HoganJ: K K Hennessy (7)
A little keen, tracked leaders, 4th approaching straight, not match leaders when a little tight for room under 1f out, one pace after op 8/1 tchd 7/1
9th
½
5
(10)
20/1
T: H De BromheadJ: D Robinson (5)
Prominent, soon disputed lead, headed approaching halfway, 2nd approaching straight, back on terms 2f out, headed over 1f out, no extra and one pace after
10th
2 ¼
3
(6)
20/1
T: T G McCourtJ: Karen Kenny (7)
Dwelt, a little keen, mid-division early, 7th approaching straight, slightly impeded 2f out, one pace 1f out
11th
nk
12
(3)
20/1
T: Michael G ClearyJ: D A McCormack (5)
Prominent, soon disputed lead, headed approaching halfway, pushed along approaching straight in 5th, one pace 1f out
12th
nk
1
(2)
2/1f
T: J P O'BrienJ: A C Persse (7)
Uneasy in stalls, tracked leaders, dropped to 8th approaching straight, one pace 1f out op 13/8 tchd 6/4
13th
3 ¾
7
(1)
6/1
T: J C McConnellJ: D E Hogan (5)
Dwelt, waited with, soon towards rear, headway and effort straight, one pace 1f out op 13/2 tchd 7/1
14th
3 ½
11
(14)
66/1
T: P McCreeryJ: A J Farragher (7)
Soon towards rear, no impression from before straight

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Non-Runners

17
Little Camacho14
Weight: 8-13|  Age: 3
T: Anthony McCann  J: Reserve 3
15
Bouquet Garni14
Weight: 8-13|  Age: 4
T: E J O'Grady  J: Reserve 1
16
Anfaass10
Weight: 9-7|  Age: 4
T: T J O'Mara  J: Reserve 2
Betting

Forecast

Tuamhain (2/1), Latchet (3/1), La Novia (6/1), Hey Pretty (6/1), Guanabara Bay (8/1), Althib (10/1), Downtown Diva (16/1), Palmetto Bay (20/1), Stamp Of Authority (20/1), Seeking Truth (20/1), Bonnington Lass (28/1), Paved Paradise (40/1), Pirate's Treasure (50/1), Taras Way (66/1), Little Camacho (N/A), Bouquet Garni (N/A), Anfaass (N/A)

Verdict
TUAMHAIN is expected to run well in her hat-trick bid and she will be hard to beat provided she is at least as equally effective on artificial surface. Latchet shouldn't be ruled out despite the fact she's still a maiden while La Novia at the bottom of the weights ran well enough at this course last time to suggest a return to form may be imminent.
  1. Tuamhain
  2. Latchet
  3. La Novia

Previous Winners

2017
Tynamite
Weight: 8-8  |Age: 3
Weight: 8-8  |  
Age: 3  |  
J: N M Crosse
  |  
T: P F McEnery
5/1
Prize Money
1st:
€6,160.00
2nd:
€1,910.00
3rd:
€910.00
4th:
€410.00
5th:
€160.00

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