Galway 18:10 Result

Winning Time:

6:57

Runners:

20

Winning Trainer:

W P Mullins

Winning Jockey:

Mr P W Mullins

Total Win:

  • 4 Moonovercloon 16/1
  • 5 West Clare 20/1
  • 6 Song For My Father 33/1
  • 7 Joshua Chamberlain 14/1
  • 8 Bridal Knot 10/1
  • 9 Brookie 5/1
  • 10 Island Mccoo 7/1
  • 11 Attaboyarchie 10/1
  • 12 Bowtie 14/1
  • 13 A Law Of Her Own 10/1
  • 14 Sameasiteverwas 33/1
  • 15 Dalgan Park 33/1
  • 16 Soldier Solid 20/1
  • 17 Second Subaltern 6/1
  • 18 Brians Greatescape 50/1
  • 19 Creggs Cross 33/1
  • 20 Max Time 20/1
18:10 Galway

Guinness Time Flat Race

  • 5YO+
  • Winner £10199
  • -
  • 20 runners

2m 2f 59y

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Matthew Smith's MOONOVERCLOON could be worth chancing on his return from a break. His last outing in December saw him finish fourth in a 17-runner maiden hurdle at Navan. He was beaten a fair way, however, the first three have all won since then. Indeed, the first two home have both won Grade 3 novice hurdle races to strengthen the form. John McConnell is more than adept at winning with his recruits from the point-to-point circuit and he has a chance with Notnowned. This five-year-old gelding was beaten three quarters of a length into second on his point-to-point debut for Pat Doyle in Curraghmore. What Path was a beaten favourite in third at Ballinrobe, and in second at Downpatrick, but should give a good account for team Mullins. Point-to-point winner A Law Of Her Own is worth checking for market strength ahead of her track debut. Second Subaltern has plenty of experience to call upon and just lost out by the minimum margin in Wexford.

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

52-4

Shirt

(18)

Form /52-4

5

12-0

T: D A McLoughlinJ: Miss E J Sweeney
2

65724-3

Shirt

(20)

Form /65724-3

7

12-0

T: N SlevinJ: Mr C P Millar
3

60-

Shirt

(111)

Form /60-

6

12-0

T: F CostelloJ: Mr J C Barry
4

36-2

Shirt

(14)BF

Form /36-2

5

12-0

T: A J MartinJ: Miss M O'Sullivan
5

Shirt

5

12-0

T: N LeeJ: Mr R W Barron
6

Shirt

5

12-0

T: G ElliottJ: Mr H C Swan
7

P-56

Shirt

(18)

Form /P-56

5

12-0

T: G KeaneJ: Mr J Dunne
8

7

Shirt

(18)

Form /7

5

12-0

T: I MaddenJ: Mr M J M O'Sullivan
9

04-

Shirt

(236)

Form /04-

5

12-0

T: M J SmithJ: Mr J Kelly Smith
10

2-

Shirt

(102)

Form /2-

5

12-0

T: J C McConnellJ: Mr B W Harvey
11

0-49

Shirt

(20)

Form /0-49

5

12-0

T: M HalfordJ: Mr J M Halford
12

5305-62

Shirt

(43)

Form /5305-62

6

12-0

T: M BrassilJ: Mr J Reddington
13

5-6

Shirt

(43)

Form /5-6

5

12-0

T: P J FlynnJ: Mr G Abbas
14

56154-P

Shirt

(74)

Form /56154-P

5

12-0

T: S DonohoeJ: Mr Pat Taaffe
15

4/

Shirt

(467)

Form /4/

5

12-0

T: D HoganJ: Mr J L Gleeson
16

F-P25

Shirt

(20)

Form /F-P25

5

12-0

T: B McMahonJ: Mr E Mahon
17

53-2

Shirt

(47)BF

Form /53-2

5

12-0

T: W P MullinsJ: Mr P W Mullins
18

1

Shirt

(82)

Form /1

5

11-7

T: Peter FaheyJ: Mr D O'Connor
19

4P-3336

Shirt

(13)

Form /4P-3336

5

11-7

T: T MullinsJ: Mr C Mullins
20

77

Shirt

(26)

Form /77

6

11-7

T: Peter FaheyJ: Miss J Townend
21

Shirt

5

11-7

T: A McCannJ: Reserve 1

Race Tip

Matthew Smith's MOONOVERCLOON could be worth chancing on his return from a break. His last outing in December saw him finish fourth in a 17-runner maiden hurdle at Navan. He was beaten a fair way, however, the first three have all won since then. Indeed, the first two home have both won Grade 3 novice hurdle races to strengthen the form. John McConnell is more than adept at winning with his recruits from the point-to-point circuit and he has a chance with Notnowned. This five-year-old gelding was beaten three quarters of a length into second on his point-to-point debut for Pat Doyle in Curraghmore. What Path was a beaten favourite in third at Ballinrobe, and in second at Downpatrick, but should give a good account for team Mullins. Point-to-point winner A Law Of Her Own is worth checking for market strength ahead of her track debut. Second Subaltern has plenty of experience to call upon and just lost out by the minimum margin in Wexford.

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