Navan 17:35 Result

17:35

Winning Time:

3:27

Runners:

12

Winning Trainer:

J P O'Brien

Winning Jockey:

D McMonagle

Total Win:

  • 4 Shajak 16/1
  • 5 Ceallach 8/1
  • 6 Saraqael 50/1
  • 7 Paris Lights 6/1
  • 8 Tharif 33/1
  • 9 Elmaftun 33/1
  • 10 James Henry 25/1
  • 11 Dylanger 100/1
  • 12 Just Godwin 100/1
17:35 Navan

Summer Ladies Day May 28th Maiden

  • 3YO
  • Winner £7800
  • -
  • 12 runners

1m 2f

Going: Good (Good to Firm in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

COUGAR took a good step forward from his only juvenile run when reappearing over this trip at the Curragh last month. The Deep Impact colt was prominent throughout when runner-up to Glory Daze, who went on to finish second in the Group 3 Derby Trial at Leopardstown last Sunday. Shajak kept on into fifth on debut in that Curragh maiden and looks well capable of winning races. Ceallach should be well suited by this extra quarter-mile having kept on nicely over a mile on both outings this year. The form of his latest third behind Wexford Native at Navan has been working out well. Paris Lights never got involved in that race after a slow start, eventually finishing fifth, but is a factor on a couple of promising runs last year. The selection's stablemate Newfoundland, Vega Magnifico and Impero are others to consider in a very competitive maiden.

  • 1
    Cougar
  • 2
    Newfoundland
  • 3
    Ceallach
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (14)

53

Shirt

(46)

Form /53

3

9-8

T: M HalfordJ: R P Whelan
2 (6)

7-2

Shirt

(34)

Form /7-2

3

9-8

T: A P O'BrienJ: J A Heffernan
3 (13)

0

Shirt

(28)

Form /0

3

9-8

T: K PrendergastJ: G P Halpin
6 (10)

0

Shirt

(21)

Form /0

3

9-8

T: N MeadeJ: C T Keane
7 (7)

0

Shirt

(10)

Form /0

3

9-8

T: J F O'SheaJ: K J Leonard
8 (11)

62

Shirt

(21)BF

Form /62

3

9-8

T: A P O'BrienJ: W M Lordan
10 (4)

53-5

Shirt

(46)

Form /53-5

3

9-8

T: Mrs J HarringtonJ: S Foley
11 (15)

Shirt

3

9-8

T: R P CodyJ: W J Lee
12 (5)

5

Shirt

(34)

Form /5

3

9-8

T: J P MurtaghJ: B M Coen
13 (2)

0

Shirt

(31)

Form /0

3

9-8

T: D K WeldJ: C D Hayes
14 (8)

4-4

Shirt

(38)

Form /4-4

3

9-8

T: J P O'BrienJ: D McMonagle
15 (3)

00-

Shirt

(203)

Form /00-

3

9-3

T: S CrawleyJ: N G McCullagh
4 (1)

Shirt

3

9-8

T: N MeadeJ: S M Crosse
5 (9)

023-

Shirt

(195)

Form /023-

3

9-8

82

T: Donnacha O'BrienJ: G M Ryan
9 (12)

000

Shirt

(8)

Form /000

3

9-8

T: J P MurtaghJ: S B Kelly

Race Tip

COUGAR took a good step forward from his only juvenile run when reappearing over this trip at the Curragh last month. The Deep Impact colt was prominent throughout when runner-up to Glory Daze, who went on to finish second in the Group 3 Derby Trial at Leopardstown last Sunday. Shajak kept on into fifth on debut in that Curragh maiden and looks well capable of winning races. Ceallach should be well suited by this extra quarter-mile having kept on nicely over a mile on both outings this year. The form of his latest third behind Wexford Native at Navan has been working out well. Paris Lights never got involved in that race after a slow start, eventually finishing fifth, but is a factor on a couple of promising runs last year. The selection's stablemate Newfoundland, Vega Magnifico and Impero are others to consider in a very competitive maiden.

Pick

  • 1
    Cougar
  • 2
    Newfoundland
  • 3
    Ceallach