Downpatrick 18:22 Result

Winning Time:

5:36

Runners:

7

Winning Trainer:

J C McConnell

Winning Jockey:

Mr B W Harvey

Total Win:

  • 4 Themanintheboots 11/8
  • 5 Desertmore House 20/1
18:22 Downpatrick

Great Outdoors Flat Race

  • 4YO+
  • Winner £6000
  • -
  • 7 runners

2m 2f 165y

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

REXEM should be able to take this. Successful on his sole point-to-point start when trained by John Berry, the son of Leading Light proved no match for Sir Jimmy Mac when second over the course and distance in March. He since ran a fine race to finish third in a winners contest at Bellewstown and a reproduction of that performance should see him hard to beat. Themanintheboots has been placed on his two starts to date and is sure to have plenty of supporters with Harry Swan aboard for Gordon Elliott. However, he is held by the selection using Realistic Optimism as a form guide. Realistic Optimism was well-behind the selection at Bellewstown but comfortably accounted for Themanintheboots when they met at Kilbeggan. Glen Na Tara was a fine fourth of 17 on debut at Cork in May and it'll be interesting to see how she fares, while others that warrant respect are Henhouse and Desertmore House.

  • 1
    Rexem
  • 2
    Glen Na Tara
  • 3
    Themanintheboots
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1

16390-8

Shirt

(44)

Form /16390-8

7

12-0

T: M BrassilJ: Mr J Reddington
2

5P6-F2

Shirt

(60)

Form /5P6-F2

5

12-0

T: R O'BrienJ: Mr E P O'Brien
3

12-3

Shirt

(11)

Form /12-3

5

12-0

T: J C McConnellJ: Mr B W Harvey
4

0

Shirt

(72)

Form /0

4

11-10

T: W J BrysonJ: Mr N Gault
5

32

Shirt

(30)BF

Form /32

4

11-10

T: G ElliottJ: Mr H C Swan
8

4

Shirt

(67)

Form /4

4

11-3

T: P J RothwellJ: Mr J C Barry
9

0

Shirt

(40)

Form /0

4

11-3

T: N SlevinJ: Mr C P Millar
6

Shirt

5

11-7

T: B R HamiltonJ: Mr O McGill
7

0-7P

Shirt

(9)

Form /0-7P

5

11-7

T: A McCannJ: Mr J L O'Connor

Race Tip

REXEM should be able to take this. Successful on his sole point-to-point start when trained by John Berry, the son of Leading Light proved no match for Sir Jimmy Mac when second over the course and distance in March. He since ran a fine race to finish third in a winners contest at Bellewstown and a reproduction of that performance should see him hard to beat. Themanintheboots has been placed on his two starts to date and is sure to have plenty of supporters with Harry Swan aboard for Gordon Elliott. However, he is held by the selection using Realistic Optimism as a form guide. Realistic Optimism was well-behind the selection at Bellewstown but comfortably accounted for Themanintheboots when they met at Kilbeggan. Glen Na Tara was a fine fourth of 17 on debut at Cork in May and it'll be interesting to see how she fares, while others that warrant respect are Henhouse and Desertmore House.

Pick

  • 1
    Rexem
  • 2
    Glen Na Tara
  • 3
    Themanintheboots