Fairyhouse 14:53 Result

Winning Time:

8:49

Runners:

14

Winning Trainer:

W P Mullins

Winning Jockey:

D E Mullins

Total Win:

  • 4 Kates Hill 12/1
  • 5 Broomfield Bijou 16/1
  • 6 Tilloughna 12/1
  • 7 Fruit Blossom 16/1
  • 8 Littletwinklestar 66/1
  • 9 Glen Na Tara 25/1
  • 10 Granos Girl 14/1
  • 11 Outdoor Mozzy 100/1
14:53 Fairyhouse

HAY 'How Are Ya' Campaign Mares Maiden Hurdle

  • 5YO+
  • Winner £6000
  • -
  • 14 runners

2m 3f

Going: Soft to Heavy (Soft in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

While not one of the leading lights at Closutton, HAUTURIERE might be able to get her turn. She went down by just three-parts of a length in this very race 12 months ago and ran well at Limerick over Christmas when returning from a break. The chestnut six-year-old may ideally want further than this, but with Willie Mullins and Paul Townend in such prolific form, she is difficult to oppose. Emily Roebling has been second four times and third four times in maidens. She was only half a length behind the selection at Limerick but is obviously a lot more exposed. Desert Heather, runner-up on hurdling debut, had won three point-to-points in a row prior to that. Now fitted with headgear, she's clearly in good heart. Crumb Of Comfort, whose sister was a Listed winner for her yard, makes a belated debut at the age of eight while Kates Hill, runner-up in both bumper starts, should be sharper for her hurdling bow over Christmas.

  • 1
    Hauturiere
  • 2
    Desert Heather
  • 3
    Emily Roebling
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
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Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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2

5-43

Shirt

(36)

Form /5-43

5

11-7

T: J P DempseyJ: L P Dempsey
3

Shirt

8

11-7

T: H De BromheadJ: Rachael Blackmore
4

5-51112

Shirt

(27)

Form /5-51112

7

11-7

T: D QueallyJ: K C Sexton
5

242-203

Shirt

(29)

Form /242-203

9

11-7

110

T: G KelleherJ: J J Slevin
6

2-56

Shirt

(50)

Form /2-56

5

11-7

T: P NolanJ: J C Gainford
7

083P-6

Shirt

(10)

Form /083P-6

7

11-7

T: G ElliottJ: C P Millar
8

433847

Shirt

(24)

Form /433847

5

11-7

T: P J RothwellJ: J P O'Sullivan
9

7

Shirt

(30)

Form /7

6

11-7

T: G ElliottJ: Sam Ewing
10

2/225-2

Shirt

(29)

Form /2/225-2

6

11-7

T: W P MullinsJ: D E Mullins
11

2/112-26

Shirt

(29)

Form /2/112-26

8

11-7

T: P E CollinsJ: P Byrnes
12

F-P0

Shirt

(30)

Form /F-P0

6

11-7

T: M MagnussenJ: N T Prendergast
13

P-P800

Shirt

(17)

Form /P-P800

6

11-7

T: P J RothwellJ: Miss P Elvin
14

00

Shirt

(24)

Form /00

5

11-7

T: J P FaheyJ: A P Kelly
15

5-423

Shirt

(18)

Form /5-423

5

11-7

T: D BuddsJ: D J O'Keeffe
1

0/8P-97

Shirt

(36)

Form /0/8P-97

7

11-7

T: Miss E DoyleJ: S F O'Keeffe

Race Tip

While not one of the leading lights at Closutton, HAUTURIERE might be able to get her turn. She went down by just three-parts of a length in this very race 12 months ago and ran well at Limerick over Christmas when returning from a break. The chestnut six-year-old may ideally want further than this, but with Willie Mullins and Paul Townend in such prolific form, she is difficult to oppose. Emily Roebling has been second four times and third four times in maidens. She was only half a length behind the selection at Limerick but is obviously a lot more exposed. Desert Heather, runner-up on hurdling debut, had won three point-to-points in a row prior to that. Now fitted with headgear, she's clearly in good heart. Crumb Of Comfort, whose sister was a Listed winner for her yard, makes a belated debut at the age of eight while Kates Hill, runner-up in both bumper starts, should be sharper for her hurdling bow over Christmas.

Pick

  • 1
    Hauturiere
  • 2
    Desert Heather
  • 3
    Emily Roebling