Ballinrobe 20:00 Result

Winning Time:

5:48

Runners:

15

Winning Trainer:

W P Mullins

Winning Jockey:

Mr P W Mullins

Total Win:

  • 4 Pahlavi 8/1
  • 5 Magic Mike 10/1
  • 6 Mount Barker 4/1
  • 7 Macs Or Hayes 20/1
  • 8 Legacy Juno 20/1
  • 9 Oneforpaddy 66/1
  • 10 Glanaree
  • 11 Fuldiew Stone 25/1
  • 12 Getaway Henry 50/1
  • 13 John Willie 50/1
20:00 Ballinrobe

On-Course Bookmakers Flat Race

  • 5YO+
  • Winner £6300
  • -
  • 15 runners

1m 7f 92y

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

DUNCREEVAN was backed at big prices before finishing third in a useful Leopardstown bumper in March of last year and the pair who beat the Doyen gelding have gone on to become very capable hurdlers. The six-year-old is fitted with a tongue-tie on this first start for Gavin Cromwell and, despite his long layoff, if he runs to anywhere near that form he'll be hard to beat. Follow The Brave was well fancied for a Punchestown Festival bumper but didn't live up to expectations with a midfield finish. It goes without saying that the champion trainer's charge could easily leave that debut form well behind. Kilbarry Lilac was narrowly beaten on debut at Tramore last year and her comeback fourth at Wexford was another solid effort. She has a good chance of being in the money again. Mount Barker, a half-brother to three winning jumpers, one of whom won a bumper on debut, is another to consider.

  • 1
    Duncreevan
  • 2
    Kilbarry Lilac
  • 3
    Follow The Brave
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
Toggle Tips
2

3/

Shirt

(498)

Form /3/

6

12-0

T: G P CromwellJ: Mr J Dunne
3

0-

Shirt

(80)

Form /0-

5

12-0

T: W P MullinsJ: Mr P W Mullins
4

Shirt

5

12-0

T: S FaheyJ: Mr J J O'Neill
5

9

Shirt

(43)

Form /9

5

12-0

T: Daniel O'learyJ: Mr E P O'Brien
6

Shirt

5

12-0

T: I MaddenJ: Mr B W Harvey
7

00P-

Shirt

(156)

Form /00P-

6

12-0

T: Kevin SmithJ: Mr J Kelly Smith
8

94-6

Shirt

(54)

Form /94-6

5

12-0

T: J HalleyJ: Mr Jack Halley
9

Shirt

5

12-0

T: G ElliottJ: Mr H C Swan
10

0-0

Shirt

(54)

Form /0-0

5

12-0

T: F J FloodJ: Mr J Hart
11

4-5

Shirt

(67)

Form /4-5

5

12-0

T: Mrs J HarringtonJ: Mr M J M O'Sullivan
12

0

Shirt

(51)

Form /0

5

11-7

T: Barry J FitzgeraldJ: Mr J W Hendrick
13

Shirt

7

11-7

T: R P BurnsJ: Miss A B O'Connor
15

P6

Shirt

(37)

Form /P6

5

11-7

T: S R B CrawfordJ: Mr S Connor
16

Shirt

6

11-7

T: J P RyanJ: Mr J C Barry
17

0980

Shirt

(50)

Form /0980

5

12-0

T: Aengus KingJ: New Jockey
1

P/0

Shirt

(9)

Form /P/0

6

12-0

T: Michael E HallinanJ: Mr T P Harney
14

2-4

Shirt

(18)

Form /2-4

6

11-7

T: C O'KeeffeJ: Mr J L Gleeson
18

00070-

Shirt

(340)

Form /00070-

6

11-7

T: P A FahyJ: Reserve 2

Race Tip

DUNCREEVAN was backed at big prices before finishing third in a useful Leopardstown bumper in March of last year and the pair who beat the Doyen gelding have gone on to become very capable hurdlers. The six-year-old is fitted with a tongue-tie on this first start for Gavin Cromwell and, despite his long layoff, if he runs to anywhere near that form he'll be hard to beat. Follow The Brave was well fancied for a Punchestown Festival bumper but didn't live up to expectations with a midfield finish. It goes without saying that the champion trainer's charge could easily leave that debut form well behind. Kilbarry Lilac was narrowly beaten on debut at Tramore last year and her comeback fourth at Wexford was another solid effort. She has a good chance of being in the money again. Mount Barker, a half-brother to three winning jumpers, one of whom won a bumper on debut, is another to consider.

Pick

  • 1
    Duncreevan
  • 2
    Kilbarry Lilac
  • 3
    Follow The Brave