Leopardstown 18:15 Result

18:15

1
2
3

Winning Time:

3:59

Runners:

8

Winning Trainer:

J P O'Brien

Winning Jockey:

D McMonagle

Total Win:

  • 4 Licence 7/1
  • 5 Sandhurst 14/1
  • 6 Falcon Eight 10/1
  • 7 Layfayette 5/1
  • 8 Manu Et Corde 14/1
18:15 Leopardstown

Grant Thornton Ballyroan Stakes (Group 3)

  • Class 1
  • 3YO+
  • Winner £31500
  • -
  • 8 runners

1m 4f

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

LAYFAYETTE can resume winning ways here despite having to concede weight all round. The Noel Meade-trained son of French Navy had looked a very progressive horse prior to running down the field at Ascot last time. Aside from the competitive nature of that Group 2 contest, he may also have found the quick ground against him. Beamish is a difficult horse to assess, as he remains unbeaten after three starts. A winner at this track on his racecourse debut, he followed up at Killarney before taking the step up into listed class in his stride at Roscommon. Duke De Sessa has yet to tackle this trip but is bred to get it. He was a leading Irish juvenile last season and could well have more to offer at this level. Gear Up is another to consider following a good run at the Curragh in June.

No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (4)

63-1115

Shirt

(47)D

Form /63-1115

5

10-0

109

T: N MeadeJ: B M Coen
2 (5)

1-11

Shirt

(37)CD

Form /1-11

4

9-9

107

T: P TwomeyJ: W J Lee
3 (2)

551/512

Shirt

(51)BF

Form /551/512

4

9-9

107

T: J P O'BrienJ: R L Moore
4 (1)

34/19-54

Shirt

(7)D

Form /34/19-54

7

9-9

107

T: D K WeldJ: C D Hayes
5 (7)

54-4512

Shirt

(41)

Form /54-4512

4

9-9

108

T: J P O'BrienJ: D McMonagle
6 (6)

1-27

Shirt

(94)

Form /1-27

4

9-9

103

T: G M LyonsJ: C T Keane
7 (3)

31/62-32

Shirt

(6)BF

Form /31/62-32

4

9-9

100

T: Mrs J HarringtonJ: S Foley
9 (8)

2-86353

Shirt

(13)C

Form /2-86353

3

8-13

101

T: J S BolgerJ: K J Manning
8 (9)

61-3552

Shirt

(40)C

Form /61-3552

3

8-13

106

T: D K WeldJ: C D Hayes

Race Tip

LAYFAYETTE can resume winning ways here despite having to concede weight all round. The Noel Meade-trained son of French Navy had looked a very progressive horse prior to running down the field at Ascot last time. Aside from the competitive nature of that Group 2 contest, he may also have found the quick ground against him. Beamish is a difficult horse to assess, as he remains unbeaten after three starts. A winner at this track on his racecourse debut, he followed up at Killarney before taking the step up into listed class in his stride at Roscommon. Duke De Sessa has yet to tackle this trip but is bred to get it. He was a leading Irish juvenile last season and could well have more to offer at this level. Gear Up is another to consider following a good run at the Curragh in June.

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