Curragh 15:45 Result

15:45

Winning Time:

2:19

Runners:

8

Winning Trainer:

J P O'Brien

Winning Jockey:

D P McDonogh

Total Win:

  • 4 Big Baby Bull 4/1
  • 5 Ice Cold In Alex 8/1
  • 6 Probe 14/1
  • 7 Akmaam 8/1
  • 8 Tyrconnell 8/1
15:45 Curragh

Sheehy Motors Volkswagen Handicap

  • 3YO+
  • Winner £13199
  • -
  • 8 runners

1m

Going: Good (Good to Firm in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Having only been beaten five lengths by Queen's Vase victor Eldar Eldarov last year, JANOOBI makes his handicap debut from a potentially lenient mark of 90. One of two in the race for Ger Lyons, the son of Night Of Thunder arrives on the back of a comfortable maiden success at Cork and, with further improvement likely, he could prove too strong. Big Baby Bull remains in fine fettle following a good second at the Galway Festival and should be competitive, despite a 2lb rise. Of the remainder, In Ecstasy makes most appeal.

No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (1)

15/905-0

Shirt

(30)

Form /15/905-0

4

10-0

93

T: G M LyonsJ: M A Enright
2 (7)

411-009

Shirt

(65)D

Form /411-009

4

9-12

91

T: D K WeldJ: C D Hayes
3 (9)

37-0012

Shirt

(9)CD

Form /37-0012

6

9-10

89

T: M MulvanyJ: G F Carroll
4 (5)

2-12317

Shirt

(9)BFD

Form /2-12317

5

9-6

85

T: P W FlynnJ: W J Lee
5 (8)

573675

Shirt

(17)C

Form /573675

8

9-4

83

T: K J CondonJ: J M Sheridan
6 (4)

2-21

Shirt

(80)D

Form /2-21

3

9-4

90

T: G M LyonsJ: C T Keane
7 (3)

011-4

Shirt

(155)D

Form /011-4

3

9-2

88

T: J P O'BrienJ: D P McDonogh
8 (6)

575504

Shirt

(17)D

Form /575504

8

9-2

81

T: S LynamJ: S M Crosse
9 (2)

021-600

Shirt

(76)

Form /021-600

4

8-11

76

T: J F LevinsJ: M P Sheehy

Race Tip

Having only been beaten five lengths by Queen's Vase victor Eldar Eldarov last year, JANOOBI makes his handicap debut from a potentially lenient mark of 90. One of two in the race for Ger Lyons, the son of Night Of Thunder arrives on the back of a comfortable maiden success at Cork and, with further improvement likely, he could prove too strong. Big Baby Bull remains in fine fettle following a good second at the Galway Festival and should be competitive, despite a 2lb rise. Of the remainder, In Ecstasy makes most appeal.

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