Galway 20:40 Result

20:40

Winning Time:

5:24

Runners:

15

Winning Trainer:

M J Smith

Winning Jockey:

J Coen

Total Win:

  • 4 Rich Belief 10/1
  • 5 Bring Us Paradise 20/1
  • 6 Cherub 10/1
  • 7 Secret Sea 12/1
  • 8 Advantage Point 16/1
  • 9 Indigo Desert 15/2
  • 10 Great Realisation
  • 11 Nibblers Charm 14/1
  • 12 Curious Bride 20/1
  • 13 Leagan Gaeilge 33/1
  • 14 Greek Gladiator 20/1
  • 15 Silent Prayer 9/2
20:40 Galway TG4

Hop House 13 Handicap (50-75)

  • 3YO+
  • Winner £10199
  • -
  • 15 runners

1m 6f 14y

Going: Good to Yielding

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

INDIGO DESERT is very interesting here on his first outing since joining Willie Mullins. The Exceed And Excel gelding was last seen winning a Dundalk maiden last December and is very lightly raced so open to plenty of improvement. He still looked green, wandering in the closing stages, when beating Mads Black Eights that day and could be better than his initial mark of 75. Unanswered was a fast-finishing second here on Wednesday and could be a big player again. He remains on the same mark but dropping back a couple of furlongs around here may not be ideal judged on his performance two days ago. The Ballydoyle filly Cherub hinted at ability first time up at Dundalk before finishing mid-division in a couple of stronger maidens. Market moves for her on her handicap debut would be noteworthy. Silent Prayer, a John Magnier-owned filly trained by Dermot Weld, is another handicap debutante worth noting off a handy enough mark.

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

01-

Shirt

(233)

Form /01-

4

10-2

75

T: W P MullinsJ: C T Keane
2 (18)

5378-17

Shirt

(2)

Form /5378-17

5

10-2

75

T: M J SmithJ: J Coen
3 (20)

2/338

Shirt

(17)

Form /2/338

9

10-0

73

T: E & P HartyJ: G M Ryan
4 (21)

035/

Shirt

(645)

Form /035/

5

10-0

73

T: J LeavyJ: G F Carroll
5 (17)

55/0037

Shirt

(17)

Form /55/0037

5

9-13

72

T: E O'ConnellJ: J A Heffernan
7 (5)

070683

Shirt

(7)D

Form /070683

8

9-13

72

T: Ian WilliamsJ: D E Sheehy
10 (10)

00-1706

Shirt

(22)

Form /00-1706

6

9-12

71

T: L ComerJ: N M Crosse
12 (11)

0-06132

Shirt

(17)

Form /0-06132

5

9-12

71

T: E DoyleJ: S Foley
13 (8)

00-1112

Shirt

(2)BFD

Form /00-1112

5

9-12

71

T: A J MartinJ: W J Lee
14 (19)

4244/93-

Shirt

(59)C

Form /4244/93-

9

9-10

69

T: R HackettJ: S T McCullagh
15 (3)

2/67-682

Shirt

(27)

Form /2/67-682

5

9-10

69

T: K ThorntonJ: R C Colgan
16 (2)

803860/

Shirt

(635)

Form /803860/

6

9-9

68

T: B W DukeJ: K J Manning
17 (16)

388

Shirt

(58)

Form /388

3

9-4

75

T: A P O'BrienJ: W M Lordan
18 (4)

953

Shirt

(39)

Form /953

3

9-3

74

T: D K WeldJ: C D Hayes
19 (7)

62560-3

Shirt

(10)

Form /62560-3

4

9-9

68

T: P J RothwellJ: R P Whelan
6 (14)

1/6354-0

Shirt

(2)D

Form /1/6354-0

7

9-13

72

T: M J SmithJ: D P McDonogh
8 (12)

33108-0

Shirt

(2)

Form /33108-0

6

9-12

71

T: M J SmithJ: Sam Ewing
9 (6)

649546/

Shirt

(2)

Form /649546/

9

9-12

71

T: D HoganJ: D King
11 (13)

00842-1

Shirt

(81)

Form /00842-1

9

9-12

71

T: H RogersJ: Siobhan Rutledge
20 (9)

24-0028

Shirt

(15)

Form /24-0028

4

9-7

66

T: J C McConnellJ: Reserve 2
21 (15)

36-2532

Shirt

(66)BF

Form /36-2532

4

9-7

66

T: Mrs J HarringtonJ: Reserve 3

Race Tip

INDIGO DESERT is very interesting here on his first outing since joining Willie Mullins. The Exceed And Excel gelding was last seen winning a Dundalk maiden last December and is very lightly raced so open to plenty of improvement. He still looked green, wandering in the closing stages, when beating Mads Black Eights that day and could be better than his initial mark of 75. Unanswered was a fast-finishing second here on Wednesday and could be a big player again. He remains on the same mark but dropping back a couple of furlongs around here may not be ideal judged on his performance two days ago. The Ballydoyle filly Cherub hinted at ability first time up at Dundalk before finishing mid-division in a couple of stronger maidens. Market moves for her on her handicap debut would be noteworthy. Silent Prayer, a John Magnier-owned filly trained by Dermot Weld, is another handicap debutante worth noting off a handy enough mark.

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