• 13:55 Clonmel Oil Service Station Handicap Hurdle 3m

  • Winner €16,251 2nd €5,000 3rd €2,500 4th €1,000
  • Going: Soft to Heavy, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 47.40s
  • Off time: 13:55:35
13:55 Clonmel Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st The Shepherd (IRE) 4/1
2nd Baily View (IRE) 25/1
3rd The Bay Lad (IRE) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 7212-P3 YELLOW, emerald green stars, yellow sleeves, striped cap Footy Facts (IRE) 41
Nag meCourse WinnerDistance Winner
10 11-10 R Tyner P T Enright 138 7/18.00
2 8696-7P Emerald green,orange star,emGreen sleeves,orange stars,green cap,orange stars Baily View (IRE) 146
Nag meDistance Winner
7 10-13 C O'Dwyer B R Dalton (7) 127 25/126.00
3 F1311U- RED & EMERALD GREEN HOOPS, white sleeves, red & emerald green hooped cap Whinstone Boy (IRE) 216
Nag meCourse WinnerDistance Winner
9 10-13 J J Mangan S W Flanagan 127 8/19.00
4 520/546- EMERALD GREEN & YELLOW CHEVRONS, halved sleeves, white cap The Bishop Looney (IRE) 361
Nag meDistance Winner
6 10-9 T J Nagle-Jr S J Gray (3) 123 16/117.00
5 6/24600- EMERALD GREEN & YELLOW HALVED, sleeves reversed, check cap Hotterthanjuly (IRE) 257
Nag me
8 10-1 t C F Swan D J Casey 115 9/110.00
6 5439-50 YELLOW & RED CHEVRONS, hooped cap Shane Rock 17
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5 10-0 M F Morris A E Lynch 114 8/19.00
7 5/20286- WHITE, emerald green stars, white sleeves, quartered cap The Bay Lad (IRE) 358
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11 10-0 P G Fahey P Townend 114 12/113.00
8 852332 White, purple hoop, white sleeves, emerald green chevrons, orange cap The Shepherd (IRE) 17
Nag me
6 10-0 G Elliott D J Condon 114 4/15.00
9 4148-56 BLACK, royal blue chevron & sleeves, black cap A New Story (IRE) 12
Nag meCourse and Distance Winner
12 9-11 M Hourigan A P Heskin (5) 111 7/24.50
10 3123-20 EMERALD GREEN, orange epaulettes, striped cap Brownpolish 12
Nag me
9 9-10 p1 D M Kelly E J O'connell (3) 110 11/26.50


The veteran A New Story won the Cross Country Handicap at the Cheltenham Festival in March and is no slouch over hurdles. The going will play to his strengths and he should be in the shake-up. The Shepherd continues to run very well but he's now on his highest-ever mark and will need to have made further progress. WHINSTONE BOY was fancied to take this a year ago but fell when going comfortably. He beat Powerstation on his next start before scoring twice over fences and looks well handicapped on his chase form. Hotterthanjuly finished fourth last year but hasn't been seen since two poor runs in February. Footy Facts was a long way behind Whinstone Boy over fences at Gowran in January but is much better over timber and the heavier the ground the better for him. He has the beating of Shane Rock on their run behind Molly's Boy at Gowran last month and should be thereabouts.