Laytown 18:25 Result

18:25

Winning Time:

2:3

Runners:

10

Winning Trainer:

D K Weld

Winning Jockey:

C D Hayes

Total Win:

  • 4 Two Two Time 15/2
  • 5 Sweeping Statement 11/2
  • 6 Jaafel 6/1
  • 7 The Penny 9/2
  • 8 Jinglers Bridge 66/1
  • 9 Winning Mischief 100/1
18:25 Laytown

Pride Of Place Maiden

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

7f

Going: Standard

Surface: Sand

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

True Artist has more than enough ability to be a major contender in this maiden, however, he refused to race in Clonmel and also did the same at the Curragh in March, so comes with risks. He had three runner-up berths in between those races, though, so you can see why connections are sending him to the beach to try and reinvigorate him. YESTER could get a handy lead on his first start for Tom McCourt. He was a notable third over this trip at Leopardstown in May and a reproduction of that effort would see him go close. Colin Keane has been booked for the ride. The form of Dermot Weld's stable means Coeur D'or could show up well. The Penny showed more when third at the Curragh and could build upon that. I Know I Can ran as well as could be expected in third behind the market principals at Roscommon. He has form on the sand at Dundalk. Two Two Time has been bought out of Britain and is worth checking in the market ahead of her first start for Ado McGuinness.

  • 1
    Yester
  • 2
    Coeur d'Or
  • 3
    True Artist
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (4)

950/487

Shirt

(52)

Form /950/487

6

10-3

70

T: D K WeldJ: C D Hayes
2 (8)

004053

Shirt

(24)

Form /004053

5

10-3

65

T: F BirraneJ: G F Carroll
3 (6)

687284

Shirt

(7)

Form /687284

4

10-3

64

T: D HoganJ: D G Hogan
4 (9)

64-6328

Shirt

(24)

Form /64-6328

4

10-3

77

T: J McAuleyJ: Sam Ewing
5 (1)

22425R

Shirt

(7)

Form /22425R

4

10-3

75

T: G O'LearyJ: D F O'Regan
6 (10)

8-63808

Shirt

(70)

Form /8-63808

6

10-3

72

T: T G McCourtJ: C T Keane
7 (13)

000

Shirt

(58)

Form /000

4

9-12

T: S MillarJ: K J Leonard
8 (5)

773

Shirt

(19)

Form /773

4

9-12

T: J C McConnellJ: D W O'Connor
9 (11)

4/4564-

Shirt

(379)

Form /4/4564-

4

9-12

65

T: A McGuinnessJ: C J MacRedmond
10 (2)

79

Shirt

(8)

Form /79

5

9-12

T: D HarveyJ: J A Heffernan
11 (12)

2-67606

Shirt

(2)

Form /2-67606

4

10-3

64

T: R O'SullivanJ: Reserve 1
12 (3)

757600

Shirt

(1)

Form /757600

4

9-12

52

T: Miss H McLoughlinJ: Reserve 2
13 (7)

9-56674

Shirt

(99)

Form /9-56674

4

9-12

52

T: M C GrassickJ: Reserve 3

Race Tip

True Artist has more than enough ability to be a major contender in this maiden, however, he refused to race in Clonmel and also did the same at the Curragh in March, so comes with risks. He had three runner-up berths in between those races, though, so you can see why connections are sending him to the beach to try and reinvigorate him. YESTER could get a handy lead on his first start for Tom McCourt. He was a notable third over this trip at Leopardstown in May and a reproduction of that effort would see him go close. Colin Keane has been booked for the ride. The form of Dermot Weld's stable means Coeur D'or could show up well. The Penny showed more when third at the Curragh and could build upon that. I Know I Can ran as well as could be expected in third behind the market principals at Roscommon. He has form on the sand at Dundalk. Two Two Time has been bought out of Britain and is worth checking in the market ahead of her first start for Ado McGuinness.

Pick

  • 1
    Yester
  • 2
    Coeur d'Or
  • 3
    True Artist