Galway 16:20 Result

16:20

Winning Time:

3:52

Runners:

16

Winning Trainer:

Emmet Mullins

Winning Jockey:

W Joyce

Total Win:

  • 4 Baby Zeus 10/1
  • 5 Pineapple Express 14/1
  • 6 Starlight Dream 16/1
  • 7 No Say Ever 8/1
  • 8 Protagonist 10/1
  • 9 Sionnach Eile 10/1
  • 10 Morph Speed 14/1
  • 11 Iowa 13/2
  • 12 Gee Rex 12/1
  • 13 Sea Trout Reach 14/1
  • 14 In From The Cold 8/1
  • 15 Sweet Celebration 14/1
  • 16 One Cool Poet 25/1
16:20 Galway TG4

Galway Shopping Centre Handicap

  • 3YO+
  • Winner £60000
  • -
  • 16 runners

1m 3f

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

5lb claimer Mikey Sheehy won the valuable mile handicap here on Tuesday and has a chance of landing another big prize on NO SAY EVER. From a small yard, the five-year-old, who was placed at the festival last year, comes into this in good form after a win at Leopardstown on his penultimate start was followed by a narrow defeat to Morph Speed at the same venue. He's better off at the weights, and better drawn, than that rival and can turn the tables. Baby Zeus, bred to stay well and third in last year's Ulster Derby, should be suited by stepping back up in trip having won a premier handicap over 10 furlongs earlier this year at the Curragh. This year's Ulster Derby winner Iowa, the only three-year-old in the race, ran respectably in Listed company back at Down Royal last week and is another to consider along with Sligo maiden winner Sionnach Eile, who lacks experience but could be on a nice mark. Bolivar, second in Listed company last year, has plenty of weight and would prefer softer gr

  • 1
    No Say Ever
  • 2
    Baby Zeus
  • 3
    Morph Speed
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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2 (1)

33512-3

Shirt

(114)D

Form /33512-3

4

9-7

97

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

446274

Shirt

(4)

Form /446274

4

9-6

96

T: M MulvanyJ: G F Carroll
4 (2)

4367-10

Shirt

(23)BF

Form /4367-10

4

9-4

94

T: W P MullinsJ: K J Manning
6 (17)

16/45-80

Shirt

(13)CCD

Form /16/45-80

9

9-3

93

T: M J SmithJ: Sam Ewing
7 (14)

65-0541

Shirt

(24)

Form /65-0541

4

9-2

92

T: Mrs J HarringtonJ: S Foley
8 (13)

0-34331

Shirt

(36)

Form /0-34331

5

9-0

90

T: R O'SullivanJ: J M Sheridan
9 (4)

717119

Shirt

(34)

Form /717119

4

9-0

90

T: A SlatteryJ: A J Slattery
10 (10)

1760-45

Shirt

(40)

Form /1760-45

4

8-13

89

T: M J SmithJ: D P McDonogh
11 (6)

2145-12

Shirt

(58)BFD

Form /2145-12

5

8-9

85

T: Miss A MooneyJ: M P Sheehy
12 (18)

313116

Shirt

(10)D

Form /313116

5

8-8

84

T: R O'BrienJ: C D Hayes
13 (7)

3-21

Shirt

(74)

Form /3-21

4

8-8

84

T: J G MurphyJ: N G McCullagh
14 (16)

1011-03

Shirt

(28)

Form /1011-03

5

8-6

82

T: Emmet MullinsJ: N M Crosse
15 (11)

3-22444

Shirt

(50)D

Form /3-22444

5

8-6

82

T: Ciaran MurphyJ: R P Cleary
16 (15)

644124

Shirt

(8)

Form /644124

3

8-6

91

T: A P O'BrienJ: W M Lordan
17 (9)

335-082

Shirt

(21)

Form /335-082

4

8-6

81

T: W DurkanJ: Siobhan Rutledge
18 (8)

4332

Shirt

(4)

Form /4332

4

8-6

76

T: Emmet MullinsJ: W Joyce
1 (12)

51122-6

Shirt

(59)

Form /51122-6

4

10-0

104

T: P TwomeyJ: W J Lee
5 (5)

31635/0-

Shirt

(266)D

Form /31635/0-

5

9-4

94

T: L ComerJ: S M Crosse

Race Tip

5lb claimer Mikey Sheehy won the valuable mile handicap here on Tuesday and has a chance of landing another big prize on NO SAY EVER. From a small yard, the five-year-old, who was placed at the festival last year, comes into this in good form after a win at Leopardstown on his penultimate start was followed by a narrow defeat to Morph Speed at the same venue. He's better off at the weights, and better drawn, than that rival and can turn the tables. Baby Zeus, bred to stay well and third in last year's Ulster Derby, should be suited by stepping back up in trip having won a premier handicap over 10 furlongs earlier this year at the Curragh. This year's Ulster Derby winner Iowa, the only three-year-old in the race, ran respectably in Listed company back at Down Royal last week and is another to consider along with Sligo maiden winner Sionnach Eile, who lacks experience but could be on a nice mark. Bolivar, second in Listed company last year, has plenty of weight and would prefer softer gr

Pick

  • 1
    No Say Ever
  • 2
    Baby Zeus
  • 3
    Morph Speed