Galway 16:50 Result

Winning Time:

3:54

Runners:

16

Winning Trainer:

G P Cromwell

Winning Jockey:

R Whearty

Total Win:

  • 4 Hurricane Alex 20/1
  • 5 Kingslayer 14/1
  • 6 Siofra 10/1
  • 7 Pak Army 25/1
  • 8 Dammit 16/1
  • 9 While You're Up 12/1
  • 10 Alvaro 14/1
  • 11 Anycity 14/1
  • 12 Abstract 13/2
  • 13 Artistic Work 33/1
  • 14 We'll Go Again 4/1
  • 15 Capel At Dawn 33/1
  • 16 King And Queen
16:50 Galway TG4

McDonogh Capital Investments Handicap (50-70)

  • 3YO+
  • Winner £6300
  • -
  • 16 runners

1m 3f

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Three-time winner WE'LL GO AGAIN has run two solid races since being stepped up in trip this year and has good prospects of another victory. He was run down close home by the well-treated Loingseoir at Roscommon in May before finishing third over slightly further at Ballinrobe, and comes here after a good run over hurdles earlier this month. His wins have come on soft ground but he's handled good ground well in his last two runs on the level. Hurdles winner Crassus has finished runner-up in his last three runs on the Flat and has blinkers back on, and the assistance of the season's leading apprentice, as he bids to make the breakthrough in this discipline. Social Distance won twice in May and might enjoy going back to a right-handed track after her defeat at Killarney last time, while Bynx ran well at a huge price over this trip here on Monday and has claims if she can build on that. Visors are substituted for first-time blinkers on Abstract but Colin Keane's mount needs to improve a g

  • 1
    We'll Go Again
  • 2
    Social Distance
  • 3
    Crassus
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (5)

4082-22

Shirt

(14)

Form /4082-22

4

10-2

70

T: N MeadeJ: D McMonagle
3 (3)

202000

Shirt

(4)

Form /202000

6

10-2

70

T: A McGuinnessJ: G M Ryan
4 (8)

904-839

Shirt

(78)

Form /904-839

4

10-1

69

T: L ComerJ: C D Hayes
5 (15)

3/801-00

Shirt

(22)

Form /3/801-00

4

10-1

69

T: D HoganJ: J M Sheridan
6 (6)

4371-00

Shirt

(28)

Form /4371-00

4

10-0

68

T: D H KellyJ: Siobhan Rutledge
7 (10)

020-023

Shirt

(25)

Form /020-023

5

9-13

67

T: A KinironsJ: W J Lee
8 (17)

132/560

Shirt

(19)

Form /132/560

5

9-12

66

T: J LarkinJ: S P Davis
9 (20)

0-07319

Shirt

(57)D

Form /0-07319

4

9-12

66

T: G P CromwellJ: R Whearty
10 (13)

600-3P8

Shirt

(16)D

Form /600-3P8

6

9-11

65

T: J R BarryJ: D P McDonogh
11 (16)

4226-04

Shirt

(31)D

Form /4226-04

5

9-10

64

T: E McNamaraJ: E J McNamara
12 (11)

5/95006

Shirt

(29)

Form /5/95006

4

9-10

64

T: C W J FarrellJ: Sam Ewing
13 (18)

877-574

Shirt

(81)

Form /877-574

3

9-5

69

T: D K WeldJ: C T Keane
14 (9)

055

Shirt

(40)

Form /055

3

9-4

68

T: Mrs J HarringtonJ: T P Madden
17 (7)

9892

Shirt

(24)

Form /9892

3

9-2

66

T: A McNamaraJ: J A Heffernan
18 (1)

55-8767

Shirt

(12)

Form /55-8767

3

9-1

65

T: T ClearyJ: R P Cleary
20 (19)

099114/

Shirt

(18)BF

Form /099114/

5

9-9

63

T: J J HanlonJ: M P Sheehy
2 (14)

42/00-7

Shirt

(7)

Form /42/00-7

4

10-2

70

T: J MorrisonJ: M A Enright
15 (21)

0-00115

Shirt

(17)D

Form /0-00115

3

9-4

68

T: Mrs J HarringtonJ: S Foley
16 (12)

500-945

Shirt

(5)

Form /500-945

3

9-3

67

T: M HassettJ: K J Leonard
19 (2)

940018

Shirt

(17)

Form /940018

6

9-10

64

T: D CullenJ: Reserve 1
21 (4)

6-54535

Shirt

(98)

Form /6-54535

5

9-9

63

T: J C McConnellJ: Reserve 3

Race Tip

Three-time winner WE'LL GO AGAIN has run two solid races since being stepped up in trip this year and has good prospects of another victory. He was run down close home by the well-treated Loingseoir at Roscommon in May before finishing third over slightly further at Ballinrobe, and comes here after a good run over hurdles earlier this month. His wins have come on soft ground but he's handled good ground well in his last two runs on the level. Hurdles winner Crassus has finished runner-up in his last three runs on the Flat and has blinkers back on, and the assistance of the season's leading apprentice, as he bids to make the breakthrough in this discipline. Social Distance won twice in May and might enjoy going back to a right-handed track after her defeat at Killarney last time, while Bynx ran well at a huge price over this trip here on Monday and has claims if she can build on that. Visors are substituted for first-time blinkers on Abstract but Colin Keane's mount needs to improve a g

Pick

  • 1
    We'll Go Again
  • 2
    Social Distance
  • 3
    Crassus