Tipperary 18:30 Result

Winning Time:

10:29

Runners:

8

Winning Trainer:

Mrs G O'Connor

Winning Jockey:

Mr D O'Connor

Total Win:

  • 4 Ajijic 33/1
  • 5 Three Loud Knocks 25/1
  • 6 Da Boy Charlie 16/1
  • 7 Flurry Yeats 7/2
  • 8 Star Wizard 25/1
18:30 Tipperary

Glenview And Rathbarry Stud Maiden Hunters Chase

  • 4YO+
  • Winner £6000
  • -
  • 8 runners

2m 7f

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

FLURRY YEATS can get his head in front. He ran a fair race to finish runner-up, well behind an odds-on favourite who won a bumper at Wexford in March in impressive fashion. You would imagine this son of Yeats will appreciate the better ground that is forecast for Tipperary. His best performance 'between the flags' came when he was placed at Dromahane on drying ground. Cardboard Gangster's fitness has to be taken on trust but, when he was last seen, he finished second in a Punchestown maiden hurdle in September albeit a long way off the winner. There should be more to come from him. Sliabh Mhuire Lass has won six point-to-points although the last one was in October 2018. Derek O'Connor gets a tune out of her and she has a chance in first-time blinkers.

  • 1
    Flurry Yeats
  • 2
    Sliabh Mhuire Lass
  • 3
    Cardboard Gangster
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
Toggle Tips
1

76/60F-1

Shirt

(4)

Form /76/60F-1

12

12-2

T: T LeonardJ: Mr M J O'Connor
2

P53/82-

Shirt

(239)

Form /P53/82-

6

12-2

T: B McMahonJ: Mr E Mahon
3

4P/3P35-

Shirt

(63)

Form /4P/3P35-

7

12-2

T: Pat CrowleyJ: Mr J C Barry
4

U34P2-

Shirt

(47)

Form /U34P2-

7

12-2

T: Patrick J HassettJ: Mr S J P Baragry
5

P/46P7-7

Shirt

(5)

Form /P/46P7-7

9

12-2

T: T CostelloJ: Miss L Costello
6

3377PP-

Shirt

(17)

Form /3377PP-

10

12-2

T: P FloodJ: Mr P C Bannon
7

6PUP8-9

Shirt

(9)

Form /6PUP8-9

9

12-2

T: B MortellJ: Mr S Staples
8

58622U-

Shirt

(151)

Form /58622U-

10

11-9

93

T: Mrs G O'ConnorJ: Mr D O'Connor

Race Tip

FLURRY YEATS can get his head in front. He ran a fair race to finish runner-up, well behind an odds-on favourite who won a bumper at Wexford in March in impressive fashion. You would imagine this son of Yeats will appreciate the better ground that is forecast for Tipperary. His best performance 'between the flags' came when he was placed at Dromahane on drying ground. Cardboard Gangster's fitness has to be taken on trust but, when he was last seen, he finished second in a Punchestown maiden hurdle in September albeit a long way off the winner. There should be more to come from him. Sliabh Mhuire Lass has won six point-to-points although the last one was in October 2018. Derek O'Connor gets a tune out of her and she has a chance in first-time blinkers.

Pick

  • 1
    Flurry Yeats
  • 2
    Sliabh Mhuire Lass
  • 3
    Cardboard Gangster