Galway 17:40 Result

Winning Time:

8:44

Runners:

17

Winning Trainer:

W P Mullins

Winning Jockey:

P Townend

Total Win:

  • 4 Drumcliff 20/1
  • 5 Flying Scotsman 10/1
  • 6 Sadie's Pride 20/1
  • 7 Vadaly 14/1
  • 8 Song Of Earth 10/1
  • 9 Ottoman Style 20/1
  • 10 Bal De Rio 20/1
  • 11 San Salvador 14/1
  • 12 Skippin Court 10/1
  • 13 Snake Oil 5/1
  • 14 Evenwood Sonofagun
  • 15 The Big Lense 25/1
  • 16 Scheu Time 20/1
17:40 Galway RTE2

SP Or Better Guaranteed With Tote Handicap Hurdle

  • 4YO+
  • Winner £10199
  • -
  • 17 runners

2m 6f 111y

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Mayo National winner ROCK ROAD appeals in this handicap hurdle. He was an emphatic winner of that Grade B handicap chase in Ballinrobe on his penultimate start, and was just outstayed over an extended 3m in a Kilbeggan handicap hurdle this month. The drop back in trip looks ideal. San Salvador should be primed for this after a satisfactory prep run when second on the Flat at Ballinrobe last week. He is a former Listowel maiden hurdle winner who then was two lengths clear at the last when falling in a Grade 3 at Tipperary in October. First-reserve Noble Birth would be a significant threat if getting a run. His confidence has been boosted after an easy win over flights in Perth. The consistent Wild Hunt is returning from a break and has prospects. Shoot First was a comfortable winner of a Tipperary maiden hurdle last month, so will be on plenty of shortlists.

No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1

613/21-

Shirt

(115)

Form /613/21-

7

12-0

125

T: B ConnellJ: Mr M J M O'Sullivan
2

35/1910-

Shirt

(68)C

Form /35/1910-

5

11-12

123

T: J P O'BrienJ: M P Walsh
4

7/311F6-

Shirt

(9)

Form /7/311F6-

6

11-12

123

T: J P O'BrienJ: J J Slevin
5

54596-F

Shirt

(24)C

Form /54596-F

9

11-9

120

T: J NashJ: G Brouder
6

59/1-046

Shirt

(23)

Form /59/1-046

9

11-8

119

T: D HoganJ: D King
7

66F1-36

Shirt

(17)

Form /66F1-36

7

11-8

119

T: L KennyJ: Mr J W Kenny
8

3R-41

Shirt

(27)

Form /3R-41

6

11-8

119

T: C ByrnesJ: P Byrnes
9

81/52-12

Shirt

(19)BFD

Form /81/52-12

10

11-6

117

T: W P MullinsJ: P Townend
10

736367/

Shirt

(511)

Form /736367/

11

11-5

116

T: P RocheJ: Miss A B O'Connor
12

1/344-13

Shirt

(60)BF

Form /1/344-13

6

11-5

116

T: J C McConnellJ: Thomas Reilly
13

21000-1

Shirt

(17)

Form /21000-1

5

11-5

116

T: Peter FaheyJ: N J Ryan
14

0U2551-

Shirt

(115)

Form /0U2551-

7

11-5

116

T: Ms M MullinsJ: D E Mullins
15

16FPP-P

Shirt

(19)

Form /16FPP-P

9

11-5

116

T: G ElliottJ: J S McGarvey
18

1840-83

Shirt

(27)

Form /1840-83

4

11-4

120

T: W P MullinsJ: S F O'Keeffe
20

6433F0-

Shirt

(125)

Form /6433F0-

8

11-2

113

T: T MullinsJ: Mr C Mullins
21

526-321

Shirt

(27)

Form /526-321

5

11-2

113

T: G ElliottJ: J W Kennedy
23

3653-2

Shirt

(6)BF

Form /3653-2

4

10-10

112

T: R O'BrienJ: S W Flanagan
3

677-PP7

Shirt

(12)

Form /677-PP7

8

11-12

123

T: J E KielyJ: Non Runner
11

2/60UU0-

Shirt

(158)

Form /2/60UU0-

8

11-5

116

T: H De BromheadJ: Rachael Blackmore
16

802112-

Shirt

(125)

Form /802112-

5

11-5

116

T: D HoganJ: D G Hogan
17

6004-31

Shirt

(10)

Form /6004-31

6

11-4

115

T: M M McNiffJ: P T Enright
19

32400-4

Shirt

(72)

Form /32400-4

4

11-3

119

T: W P MullinsJ: B Hayes
22

P4133-4

Shirt

(81)

Form /P4133-4

8

11-2

113

T: D HoganJ: Reserve 2

Race Tip

Mayo National winner ROCK ROAD appeals in this handicap hurdle. He was an emphatic winner of that Grade B handicap chase in Ballinrobe on his penultimate start, and was just outstayed over an extended 3m in a Kilbeggan handicap hurdle this month. The drop back in trip looks ideal. San Salvador should be primed for this after a satisfactory prep run when second on the Flat at Ballinrobe last week. He is a former Listowel maiden hurdle winner who then was two lengths clear at the last when falling in a Grade 3 at Tipperary in October. First-reserve Noble Birth would be a significant threat if getting a run. His confidence has been boosted after an easy win over flights in Perth. The consistent Wild Hunt is returning from a break and has prospects. Shoot First was a comfortable winner of a Tipperary maiden hurdle last month, so will be on plenty of shortlists.

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