Fairyhouse 13:53 Result

Winning Time:

8:42

Runners:

4

Winning Trainer:

G Elliott

Winning Jockey:

A P Heskin

Total Win:

  • 4 Mosaaheb 100/1
13:53 Fairyhouse

Easter Festival 8-10 April Novice Hurdle

  • 5YO+
  • Winner £6900
  • -
  • 4 runners

2m 3f

Going: Soft to Heavy (Soft in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

This appears a good opportunity for THREE CARD BRAG, despite the fact he would probably appreciate further than this. He went down by just a neck on his most recent start in a Grade 2 contest at Naas, finishing strongly in a race run over a slightly longer trip. The son of Jet Away holds plenty of big race entries and is a general 12-1 chance for the Albert Bartlett at Cheltenham in March. Spanish Harlem is the clear danger. Successful on his sole start in France, he was sent off favourite on debut for Willie Mullins at Gowran in November, finishing third behind two smart performers. Upped in trip now, it'll be interesting to see how he fares. Dovlator, second to a useful stable companion of the selection here last month, has a fair level of ability but could struggle against the principals.

No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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2

13

Shirt

(60)BF

Form /13

5

11-10

T: W P MullinsJ: D E Mullins
3

1-132

Shirt

(36)

Form /1-132

6

11-10

133

T: G ElliottJ: A P Heskin
4

98

Shirt

(8)

Form /98

5

11-4

T: J J HanlonJ: J S McGarvey
5

471PF0

Shirt

(27)CD

Form /471PF0

6

11-3

110

T: C MotherwayJ: M J M O'Sullivan
1

7P-6122

Shirt

(53)D

Form /7P-6122

7

11-10

123

T: D A McLoughlinJ: P J O'Hanlon

Race Tip

This appears a good opportunity for THREE CARD BRAG, despite the fact he would probably appreciate further than this. He went down by just a neck on his most recent start in a Grade 2 contest at Naas, finishing strongly in a race run over a slightly longer trip. The son of Jet Away holds plenty of big race entries and is a general 12-1 chance for the Albert Bartlett at Cheltenham in March. Spanish Harlem is the clear danger. Successful on his sole start in France, he was sent off favourite on debut for Willie Mullins at Gowran in November, finishing third behind two smart performers. Upped in trip now, it'll be interesting to see how he fares. Dovlator, second to a useful stable companion of the selection here last month, has a fair level of ability but could struggle against the principals.

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