Navan 16:20 Result

Winning Time:

7:28

Runners:

15

Winning Trainer:

N Meade

Winning Jockey:

B J Cooper

Total Win:

  • 4 Misty's Gift 10/1
  • 5 Rodney Bay 11/2
  • 6 Hidalgo Des Mottes 20/1
  • 7 Carrig Rock 11/2
  • 8 Leading Flame
  • 9 Ferdinand Star 8/1
  • 10 Use Your Illusion 100/1
  • 11 Brock Beauty 100/1
  • 12 Gold Haven 25/1
  • 13 Clandara 14/1
  • 14 Captain Lightfoot 50/1
  • 15 Dlauro 14/1
16:20 Navan

Bar One Racing Bet On Mobile Maiden Hurdle

  • 4YO+
  • Winner £7501
  • -
  • 15 runners

2m 4f

Going: Good to Yielding (Good in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

The form of RIAAs fourth place on debut at Galway has been very well franked. Gordon Elliott's charge stayed on without threatening over an extended 2m, but closer scrutiny of the race is very revealing. The horses around him in second, third and fifth all landed maiden hurdles on their next outings. Gold Cup Bailly is back in action after being off since December. His runner-up spot behind Ahoy Senor in a maiden hurdle over a similar trip at Ayr in March last year is very notable form. This would be the quickest ground he has raced on, though. Royal Romeo is up in trip after a couple of second places over an extended 2m at Cork and Galway. Cheekpieces are fitted for the first time. Rodney Bay and Carrig Rock are others with a shot at prize money.

  • 1
    Riaan
  • 2
    Royal Romeo
  • 3
    Gold Cup Bailly
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1

64709-0

Shirt

(49)

Form /64709-0

6

11-12

T: T GibneyJ: D J O'Keeffe
2

38-70

Shirt

(26)

Form /38-70

5

11-12

T: Ciaran MurphyJ: K E Buckley
3

1322/44-

Shirt

(263)

Form /1322/44-

7

11-12

113

T: P CrokeJ: R J Condon
4

110P/

Shirt

(678)

Form /110P/

9

11-12

T: A A HowardJ: M P Walsh
6

P-75563

Shirt

(25)

Form /P-75563

5

11-12

T: P MageeJ: S W Flanagan
8

0-975

Shirt

(58)

Form /0-975

5

11-12

T: E GriffinJ: R A Doyle
9

312-726

Shirt

(52)

Form /312-726

6

11-12

T: D H KellyJ: D F O'Regan
10

4

Shirt

(49)

Form /4

5

11-12

T: G ElliottJ: D N Russell
11

55-3223

Shirt

(15)

Form /55-3223

5

11-12

110

T: Joseph MurrayJ: P J O'Hanlon
12

21-252

Shirt

(12)

Form /21-252

5

11-12

T: N MeadeJ: B J Cooper
13

7-8

Shirt

(36)

Form /7-8

5

11-12

T: N CarolanJ: C Brassil
14

5-

Shirt

(162)

Form /5-

4

11-9

T: Miss E DoyleJ: R Deegan
15

90-

Shirt

(153)

Form /90-

5

11-5

T: G FarrellJ: L P Dempsey
16

5-

Shirt

(23)

Form /5-

4

11-2

T: M MulvanyJ: C McGivern
17

Shirt

4

11-9

T: M J SmithJ: K M Donoghue
5

379

Shirt

(1)

Form /379

6

11-12

T: G ElliottJ: Sam Ewing
7

132/3-

Shirt

(279)BF

Form /132/3-

6

11-12

T: S R B CrawfordJ: D A Jacob
18

44599

Shirt

(14)

Form /44599

5

11-5

T: D A McLoughlinJ: Reserve 2
19

Shirt

4

11-9

T: Paul TraynorJ: Reserve 3

Race Tip

The form of RIAAs fourth place on debut at Galway has been very well franked. Gordon Elliott's charge stayed on without threatening over an extended 2m, but closer scrutiny of the race is very revealing. The horses around him in second, third and fifth all landed maiden hurdles on their next outings. Gold Cup Bailly is back in action after being off since December. His runner-up spot behind Ahoy Senor in a maiden hurdle over a similar trip at Ayr in March last year is very notable form. This would be the quickest ground he has raced on, though. Royal Romeo is up in trip after a couple of second places over an extended 2m at Cork and Galway. Cheekpieces are fitted for the first time. Rodney Bay and Carrig Rock are others with a shot at prize money.

Pick

  • 1
    Riaan
  • 2
    Royal Romeo
  • 3
    Gold Cup Bailly