Kilbeggan 19:25 Result

Winning Time:

10:32

Runners:

13

Winning Trainer:

C Byrnes

Winning Jockey:

M P Walsh

Total Win:

  • 4 Chief Seattle 11/2
  • 5 Hoke Colburn 25/1
  • 6 Ardaghs Choice 7/1
  • 7 Leac An Scail Lady 7/1
  • 8 Secret Cargo 8/1
  • 9 Brogine 12/1
19:25 Kilbeggan

Kieran Kelly Memorial Handicap Chase (0-109)

  • 4YO+
  • Winner £6600
  • -
  • 13 runners

3m 1f

Going: Good (Good to Yielding in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

John Ryan and Danny Mullins, who have formed such a formidable partnership in recent seasons, could have the answer with CHIEF SEATTLE. The seven-year-old flashed home to finish a close third at Roscommon in midweek and makes a quick reappearance now. Placed over hurdles here in June, the son of Casamento has plenty in his favour. Top-weight Pairc Na Ngael has to be considered on the back of a solid runner-up effort at Limerick. Charles Byrnes has his horses in good order and the JP McManus-owned gelding remains fairly handicapped. Steps Match has been very consistent in recent runs, so the Michael Butler-trained horse wouldn't be winning out of turn. Secret Cargo is another who merits consideration in a competitive heat.

  • 1
    Chief Seattle
  • 2
    Steps Match
  • 3
    Pairc Na Ngael
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1

0661-02

Shirt

(17)BF

Form /0661-02

8

12-0

108

T: C ByrnesJ: M P Walsh
2

83515-6

Shirt

(71)

Form /83515-6

7

11-13

107

T: Peter FaheyJ: Sam Ewing
3

07-302P

Shirt

(17)

Form /07-302P

7

11-13

107

T: O McKiernanJ: L P Dempsey
4

54P-889

Shirt

(22)

Form /54P-889

10

11-11

105

T: B McMahonJ: P T Enright
5

8-06613

Shirt

(20)D

Form /8-06613

8

11-9

103

T: P FentonJ: Niall Moore
6

B-6206F

Shirt

(16)D

Form /B-6206F

12

11-8

102

T: S BraddishJ: G Brouder
7

521-28F

Shirt

(20)

Form /521-28F

6

11-8

102

T: H De BromheadJ: Rachael Blackmore
8

43F42/0-

Shirt

(426)

Form /43F42/0-

9

11-8

102

T: A MurrayJ: S W Flanagan
9

490-R93

Shirt

(17)CD

Form /490-R93

7

11-5

99

T: E SheehyJ: K C Sexton
10

F9-0322

Shirt

(17)BF

Form /F9-0322

7

11-2

96

T: M ButlerJ: J S McGarvey
11

0-32435

Shirt

(18)

Form /0-32435

7

10-13

93

T: J J HanlonJ: J C Gainford
12

072713

Shirt

(4)

Form /072713

7

10-7

87

T: J P RyanJ: D E Mullins
14

58-5663

Shirt

(22)

Form /58-5663

7

10-2

82

T: I MaddenJ: Kieran Callaghan
13

PP24-64

Shirt

(20)

Form /PP24-64

8

10-3

83

T: P J RothwellJ: P J O'Hanlon
15

53P40-6

Shirt

(22)

Form /53P40-6

7

10-0

80

T: T ClearyJ: Reserve 1
16

P50/67F-

Shirt

(293)

Form /P50/67F-

11

10-0

80

T: S MillarJ: Reserve 2
17

UUUP-9P

Shirt

(1)

Form /UUUP-9P

9

10-0

75

T: John G CarrJ: Reserve 3

Race Tip

John Ryan and Danny Mullins, who have formed such a formidable partnership in recent seasons, could have the answer with CHIEF SEATTLE. The seven-year-old flashed home to finish a close third at Roscommon in midweek and makes a quick reappearance now. Placed over hurdles here in June, the son of Casamento has plenty in his favour. Top-weight Pairc Na Ngael has to be considered on the back of a solid runner-up effort at Limerick. Charles Byrnes has his horses in good order and the JP McManus-owned gelding remains fairly handicapped. Steps Match has been very consistent in recent runs, so the Michael Butler-trained horse wouldn't be winning out of turn. Secret Cargo is another who merits consideration in a competitive heat.

Pick

  • 1
    Chief Seattle
  • 2
    Steps Match
  • 3
    Pairc Na Ngael