Fairyhouse 19:50 Result

19:50

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2
3

Winning Time:

1:56

Runners:

18

Winning Trainer:

J J Lambe

Winning Jockey:

J A Heffernan

Total Win:

  • 4 Teddy Boy 6/1
  • 5 Eglish 10/1
  • 6 Hands Down 25/1
  • 7 Manhattan Dandy
  • 8 Talking Tough 20/1
  • 9 Linus Larrabee 14/1
  • 10 Mass Gathering 14/1
  • 11 Tribute To Jade 20/1
  • 12 Red Cymbal 25/1
  • 13 Maggie Thunder 6/1
  • 14 Sahreej 12/1
  • 15 Ecclesiastical 10/1
  • 16 Will Be King 14/1
  • 17 Silver Nemo 25/1
  • 18 Greek Opera 16/1
19:50 Fairyhouse

Book Tickets Online At fairyhouse.ie Handicap (47-65)

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

6f

Going: Good (Good to Firm in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

INVENTOR won a Tipperary sprint handicap early last year and has returned in good form this season, suggesting he's off a competitive mark. There is little to choose between the selection and Teddy Boy on running behind Tai Sing Yeh at Sligo last time. Teddy Boy is a model of consistency, both over 5f and 6f, and gained his second win this year at Bellewstown last month. Eddie Lynam holds a strong hand as Linus Larrabee won over seven earlier this year but is versatile in terms of trip. Ever Rock won a 23-runner handicap over this trip at the Curragh last year and should benefit from her reappearance at Sligo. Cnodian won the three-year-old handicap on this card 12 months ago when the ground was testing, while Maggie Thunder is best suited by the minimum trip, with all three career wins coming at Dundalk.

No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (21)

7/47803-

Shirt

(289)

Form /7/47803-

6

10-2

65

T: J C McConnellJ: D W O'Connor
2 (16)

541540

Shirt

(9)

Form /541540

5

10-1

64

T: E LynamJ: D P McDonogh
3 (15)

6409-09

Shirt

(112)

Form /6409-09

5

10-0

63

T: T G McCourtJ: C T Keane
4 (4)

0-80801

Shirt

(10)D

Form /0-80801

4

9-13

62

T: J G MurrayJ: G P Brouder
5 (1)

032068-

Shirt

(207)D

Form /032068-

5

9-13

62

T: M MulvanyJ: W Joyce
6 (12)

01U20-3

Shirt

(26)D

Form /01U20-3

6

9-11

60

T: J J LambeJ: J A Heffernan
7 (8)

060-053

Shirt

(26)

Form /060-053

5

9-11

60

T: G ScottJ: W J Lee
8 (7)

224200-

Shirt

(188)D

Form /224200-

4

9-11

60

T: L SmythJ: L T McAteer
9 (6)

8-00

Shirt

(36)

Form /8-00

4

9-10

59

T: J NashJ: L F Roche
10 (9)

310953-

Shirt

(278)CD

Form /310953-

4

9-8

57

T: W McCreeryJ: N M Crosse
11 (14)

267973

Shirt

(10)BFD

Form /267973

5

9-8

57

T: J McAuleyJ: S Foley
12 (10)

231224

Shirt

(13)D

Form /231224

7

9-8

57

T: E LynamJ: D E Sheehy
14 (13)

68-8570

Shirt

(63)D

Form /68-8570

7

9-4

53

T: A McCannJ: B M Coen
15 (3)

058523

Shirt

(13)

Form /058523

6

8-13

48

T: P J F HassettJ: C D Hayes
16 (2)

18300-9

Shirt

(26)D

Form /18300-9

5

8-12

47

T: C MooreJ: J Kearney
17 (5)

6/04356-

Shirt

(210)

Form /6/04356-

9

8-12

47

T: M KellyJ: J M Sheridan
18 (17)

94000-7

Shirt

(32)

Form /94000-7

4

8-12

47

T: Jennifer MonaghanJ: R Whearty
19 (20)

80409-5

Shirt

(26)

Form /80409-5

5

8-12

47

T: Thomas CoyleJ: J J G Ryan
13 (18)

947-090

Shirt

(37)D

Form /947-090

4

9-6

55

T: L BreenJ: K J Manning
20 (11)

5-04567

Shirt

(26)

Form /5-04567

4

9-5

54

T: G ScottJ: Reserve 2
21 (19)

85/276-0

Shirt

(25)

Form /85/276-0

4

9-13

62

T: M G QuinnJ: Reserve 3

Race Tip

INVENTOR won a Tipperary sprint handicap early last year and has returned in good form this season, suggesting he's off a competitive mark. There is little to choose between the selection and Teddy Boy on running behind Tai Sing Yeh at Sligo last time. Teddy Boy is a model of consistency, both over 5f and 6f, and gained his second win this year at Bellewstown last month. Eddie Lynam holds a strong hand as Linus Larrabee won over seven earlier this year but is versatile in terms of trip. Ever Rock won a 23-runner handicap over this trip at the Curragh last year and should benefit from her reappearance at Sligo. Cnodian won the three-year-old handicap on this card 12 months ago when the ground was testing, while Maggie Thunder is best suited by the minimum trip, with all three career wins coming at Dundalk.

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