Today's racecards

Navan

  • 14:55 Kilberry Handicap Hurdle2m

  • Winner €10,350 2nd €2,400 3rd €1,050 4th €600
  • Going: Yielding to Soft
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 11.40s
  • Off time: 14:55:11
14:55 Navan Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Glen Beg (IRE) 11/1
2nd Somethingwonderful (IRE) 3/1
3rd Drumlee (IRE) 7/4

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 139542 MAROON, white star & armlet, maroon cap, white star Somethingwonderful (IRE) 21
Nag meDistance Winner
6 11-3 D T Hughes Mr J J King (5) 121 3/14.00
3 434321 EMERALD GREEN & ORANGE hooped, WHITE cap Drumlee (IRE) 15
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 11-2 h C F Swan D J Casey 120 7/42.75
4 802812 ORANGE, white sleeves, check cap Wooly Tom (IRE) 57
Nag meDistance Winner
10 10-13 pt P Mooney M F Mooney 117 8/19.00
5 22108-0 Maroon, white star & sleeves, hooped cap Sir Ector (USA) 133
Nag meBeaten FavouriteDistance Winner
7 10-11 J J Lambe R C Colgan 115 11/26.50
6 1F4178 ORANGE & WHITE HOOPS, white sleeves, orange cap Acapulco Gold (IRE) 14
Nag meDistance Winner
7 10-9 P Nolan C M Walsh (7) 113 25/126.00
7 407016 Red & black hoops, red sleeves, black star on cap Glen Beg (IRE) 35
Nag meDistance Winner
7 10-9 p Miss E Doyle K C Sexton (5) 113 11/112.00
8 4/26332- Emerald green & orange hooped, quartered cap Tobar Na Gaoise (IRE) 315
Nag me
6 10-5 E J O'Grady M P Walsh 109 12/113.00
9 0U-U003 YELLOW, maroon stars, yellow & emerald green hooped sleeves & cap Oscar Buzz (IRE) 63
Nag me
7 10-2 E Cawley M A Enright 106 12/113.00
10 250042/ Red, white cap Suffren (USA) 987
Nag meBeaten Favourite
8 10-0 E J O'Grady S J Hassett (3) 104 16/117.00
Non runners
11221P6-Stocktons Wing (IRE)511-10C O'BrienG N Fox128

Verdict

Stocktons Wing looked potentially high class when landing a Grade 2 at Fairyhouse last February but couldn't cope at the very highest level later. He has a long absence to overcome but can make his presence felt. Drumlee had been threatening to win a race before landing a maiden here. He makes his handicap debut in a tougher contest but should still get involved and can take care of Glen Beg and Wooly Tom, who were just in front of him at Naas in January. Tobar Na Gaoise hasn't run since last May but would have every chance if ready though the vote goes to SIR ECTOR. Jimmy Lambe's charge, a winner on the Flat at Leopardstown when last seen in November, appeared to get better on the level last summer and looks on a handy mark.