Today's racecards

Cork

  • 16:15 Imperial Call Chase 3m

  • Winner €17,876 2nd €5,225 3rd €2,475 4th €825
  • Going: Soft, Soft/Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 30.80s
  • Off time: 16:15:34
16:15 Cork Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Roi Du Mee (FR) 9/10
2nd Pandorama (IRE) 5/1
3rd Toon River (IRE) 12/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 111121 MAROON, white star & armlet, maroon cap, white star Roi Du Mee (FR) 36
Nag me
8 11-10 t G Elliott J M Maguire 156 9/101.90
2 4-F2113 ROYAL BLUE & WHITE HOOPS, white sleeves, white cap, royal blue stars Call The Police (IRE) 35
Nag me
10 11-8 W P Mullins P Townend 151 2/13.00
3 2U8P63 Emerald green, yellow cross sashes, yellow cap, emerald green star Supreme Doc (IRE) 155
Nag meDistance Winner
8 11-8 p1 D Dorgan D G Lavery 127 25/126.00
4 1501-FP ORANGE, white spots, white sleeves, orange cap, white star Barnlands Boy (IRE) 305
Nag meDistance Winner
9 11-2 P Redmond A P Thornton 109 40/141.00
5 7624P0 ROYAL BLUE & WHITE CHECK, white sleeves & cap Give Us A Hand (IRE) 21
Nag meDistance Winner
11 11-2 J A Berry R M Moran 114 33/134.00
6 11P17/7 WHITE, maroon striped cap Pandorama (IRE) 93
Nag meDistance Winner
10 11-2 N Meade N P Madden 155 5/16.00
7 P/9005P Yellow, royal blue cross sashes, royal blue armlet, royal blue star on cap Rinroe (IRE) 29
Nag me
11 11-2 b1 P J Gilligan P T Enright 110 50/151.00
9 82P2U6 YELLOW & ROYAL BLUE STRIPES, white sleeves, red cap Toon River (IRE) 22
Nag meBeaten FavouriteDistance Winner
8 10-12 t Miss M L Hallahan B T O'Connell 123 12/113.00
Non runners
863115-5Carrigeen Lechuga (IRE)810-12R H LalorMiss E A Lalor126

Verdict

ROI DU MEE has a penalty for his Grade 2 success over Prince De Beauchene at Fairyhouse last month but is such a tough and consistent performer that he can gain his 12th career victory. Call The Police is a classy performer on his day and scored twice earlier in the year, one of them a Grade 3. He found the minimum trip too short last time and has to be a threat. Pandorama, a Grade 1 winner over hurdles and three times over fences, looked one of Ireland's brightest prospects before injury struck but was beaten a distance in the Lexus in December, his first start since the 2011 Cheltenham Gold Cup. The remainder look as though they are playing for place money.