Punchestown 14:25 Result

Winning Time:

8:29

Runners:

7

Winning Trainer:

W P Mullins

Winning Jockey:

D E Mullins

Total Win:

  • 4 Wrong Direction 25/1
  • 5 Robin Des Foret 14/1
  • 6 Festival D'ex 16/1
  • 7 Lethal Steps 14/1
14:25 Punchestown

Ladbrokes Committed To Safer Gambling Hurdle

  • 4YO+
  • Winner £10200
  • -
  • 7 runners

2m 3f

Going: Soft (Soft to Heavy in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Danny Mullins has been the main beneficiary of Paul Townend's absence this month but BAPAUME is still preferred of Willie Mullins' two runners here. The eight-year-old took advantage of a good opportunity over hurdles at Cork in March and Brian Hayes has been aboard for his latest two outings including when readily scoring over fences at Tramore last time. Stablemate Bleu Berry was far from disgraced when reappearing after two years on the sidelines at the Festival meeting and rates a threat along with Snow Falcon. The latter has proved a great money-spinner winning Grade 2 events both over hurdles and fences as well as the Kerry National and a Premier Handicap on the Flat.

  • 1
    Bapaume
  • 2
    Snow Falcon
  • 3
    Bleu Berry
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
Toggle Tips
1

6P0121-

Shirt

(41)C

Form /6P0121-

8

12-0

152

T: W P MullinsJ: B Hayes
2

1148/

Shirt

(441)BFC

Form /1148/

6

12-0

T: Mrs D FosterJ: J S McGarvey
3

728350/

Shirt

(442)

Form /728350/

6

12-0

129

T: Mrs D FosterJ: J C Gainford
5

43078/0-

Shirt

(28)

Form /43078/0-

10

11-8

140

T: W P MullinsJ: D E Mullins
6

2641P-5

Shirt

(19)D

Form /2641P-5

11

11-8

142

T: J C McConnellJ: S D Torrens
7

0/6330-3

Shirt

(19)D

Form /0/6330-3

11

11-8

157

T: N MeadeJ: S W Flanagan
8

2/2612-2

Shirt

(13)BF

Form /2/2612-2

11

11-4

T: S SpillaneJ: D F O'Regan
4

3/F04-41

Shirt

(16)

Form /3/F04-41

7

11-10

T: S R B CrawfordJ: J J Slevin

Race Tip

Danny Mullins has been the main beneficiary of Paul Townend's absence this month but BAPAUME is still preferred of Willie Mullins' two runners here. The eight-year-old took advantage of a good opportunity over hurdles at Cork in March and Brian Hayes has been aboard for his latest two outings including when readily scoring over fences at Tramore last time. Stablemate Bleu Berry was far from disgraced when reappearing after two years on the sidelines at the Festival meeting and rates a threat along with Snow Falcon. The latter has proved a great money-spinner winning Grade 2 events both over hurdles and fences as well as the Kerry National and a Premier Handicap on the Flat.

Pick

  • 1
    Bapaume
  • 2
    Snow Falcon
  • 3
    Bleu Berry