Listowel 15:10 Result

Winning Time:

7:21

Runners:

18

Winning Trainer:

R P Cody

Winning Jockey:

J B Foley

Total Win:

  • 4 Royal Eagle 5/1
  • 5 Must Be Dreaming 16/1
  • 6 Aprils Joy 16/1
  • 7 What An Ocean 20/1
  • 8 Frontline Worker 8/1
  • 9 Killoughteen 11/2
  • 10 Sean Says 8/1
  • 11 Monnie Shanahan
  • 12 Female Approach 10/1
  • 13 Mullaghmore Wave 12/1
  • 14 Robyndeglory 6/1
  • 15 Lonesome Day 16/1
  • 16 Ellens Angel 66/1
  • 17 Wicklow Flyer 14/1
  • 18 Greenhill Damsel 20/1
15:10 Listowel

Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Handicap Hurdle (80-109)

  • 4YO+
  • Winner £8400
  • -
  • 18 runners

2m 4f

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

An ultra-competitive affair, with the hat-trick seeking ROYAL EAGLE appearing the safest option. She was a comfortable winner of the festival opener at Galway in July and followed up on the level at Tramore. The four-year-old is clearly progressing and her opening mark of 106 could prove to be rather lenient. There is another six last time out winners in the line-up. Killoughteen and Sean Says were both successful at Wexford earlier this month, with the former now making her debut in handicap company. She will again be ridden by her part-owner Anthony Bustin who claims a valuable 7lb. Highland Penny came home 10 lengths to the good at Tramore in June and he is sure to have plenty of supporters, while Killarney winner Shannon Gray (fourth 12 months ago) is one of two Eoin McCarthy representatives set to take part. Pour The Wine, Female Approach and Lonesome Day are others to keep on side.

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

8P76-01

Shirt

(127)

Form /8P76-01

7

12-0

109

T: D QueallyJ: D L Queally
2

7P-75P1

Shirt

(26)D

Form /7P-75P1

5

12-0

109

T: J J HanlonJ: D E Mullins
3

388-14U

Shirt

(16)

Form /388-14U

5

11-13

108

T: H De BromheadJ: C P McNamara
4

70-4723

Shirt

(26)D

Form /70-4723

7

11-11

106

T: G P CromwellJ: K E Buckley
5

526-361

Shirt

(107)

Form /526-361

6

11-10

105

T: R P CodyJ: J B Foley
6

0/98115-

Shirt

(331)

Form /0/98115-

7

11-10

105

T: J C McConnellJ: B Hayes
7

6-B1

Shirt

(36)

Form /6-B1

4

11-8

106

T: G ElliottJ: D N Russell
8

07P-P31

Shirt

(15)D

Form /07P-P31

6

11-8

103

T: R SweeneyJ: D Meyler
9

988231

Shirt

(15)

Form /988231

6

11-7

102

T: C ByrnesJ: Mr A D Bustin
11

8-13356

Shirt

(44)

Form /8-13356

5

11-6

101

T: G AhernJ: J J Slevin
12

53433

Shirt

(16)

Form /53433

4

11-4

102

T: N MeadeJ: B J Cooper
13

262-270

Shirt

(23)

Form /262-270

6

11-2

97

T: G ElliottJ: Sam Ewing
14

1P0-U40

Shirt

(30)D

Form /1P0-U40

7

11-1

96

T: G J PowerJ: S F O'Keeffe
15

390-244

Shirt

(16)

Form /390-244

5

11-0

95

T: D HoganJ: D G Hogan
17

606/58-

Shirt

(302)

Form /606/58-

6

10-12

93

T: E McCarthyJ: G B Noonan
18

0-0P431

Shirt

(29)D

Form /0-0P431

7

10-12

93

T: E McCarthyJ: R Deegan
20

03-600

Shirt

(72)

Form /03-600

5

10-10

91

T: E McNamaraJ: M J M O'Sullivan
21

0-12P47

Shirt

(59)

Form /0-12P47

5

10-10

91

T: S BraddishJ: K J Brouder
10

837/5-85

Shirt

(30)

Form /837/5-85

7

11-7

102

T: L FowlerJ: S O'Callaghan
16

87-673P

Shirt

(1)

Form /87-673P

6

11-0

95

T: Peter FaheyJ: K C Sexton
19

675/F92-

Shirt

(189)

Form /675/F92-

7

10-11

92

T: Ms Alice CurranJ: Reserve 1

Race Tip

An ultra-competitive affair, with the hat-trick seeking ROYAL EAGLE appearing the safest option. She was a comfortable winner of the festival opener at Galway in July and followed up on the level at Tramore. The four-year-old is clearly progressing and her opening mark of 106 could prove to be rather lenient. There is another six last time out winners in the line-up. Killoughteen and Sean Says were both successful at Wexford earlier this month, with the former now making her debut in handicap company. She will again be ridden by her part-owner Anthony Bustin who claims a valuable 7lb. Highland Penny came home 10 lengths to the good at Tramore in June and he is sure to have plenty of supporters, while Killarney winner Shannon Gray (fourth 12 months ago) is one of two Eoin McCarthy representatives set to take part. Pour The Wine, Female Approach and Lonesome Day are others to keep on side.

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