Today's racecards


  • 19:10 Kilfeacle Stud 'Portrait Gallery' Handicap Chase 2m 4f

  • Winner €7,246 2nd €1,680 3rd €734 4th €420
  • Going: Yielding
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 30.70s
  • Off time: 19:10:17
19:10 Tipperary Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Prince Rudi (IRE) 4/1
2nd Ard Agus Fada (IRE) 10/1
3rd Fitzgutentyte (IRE) 6/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 11/5F69- BEIGE, royal blue triple diamond & diamonds on sleeves, striped cap Worldor (FR) 130
Nag me
8 11-12 t H De Bromhead A E Lynch 116 8/19.00
2 1/96825- ORANGE & PURPLE DIAMONDS, purple sleeves, purple cap, orange diamonds Solstice Knight (IRE) 24
Nag meBeaten Favourite
11 11-10 E J O'Grady M P Walsh 114 5/16.00
3 5F3616- BLACK & YELLOW DIABOLO, yellow chevrons on sleeves, black cap, yellow spots Fourth Class (IRE) 251
Nag me
10 11-9 H De Bromhead K C Sexton (5) 113 14/115.00
4 219/442- MAROON, white star & armlet, maroon cap, white star Raise Hell (IRE) 189
Nag meBeaten Favourite
7 11-9 h W P Mullins P Townend 113 10/34.33
5 1653/43- DARK BLUE & RED QUARTERED, halved sleeves, red cap Prince Rudi (IRE) 24
Nag me
12 11-5 p S T Nolan I J McCarthy (3) 109 4/15.00
7 71/2832- Red, white stars, hooped cap Fitzgutentyte (IRE) 293
Nag meBeaten Favourite
9 10-2 C A Murphy A P Crowe 92 6/17.00
8 P7487P- Light green & purple check, purple armlet, quartered cap Ard Agus Fada (IRE) 177
Nag meDistance Winner
11 9-10 P J Rothwell A Ring (7) 81 10/111.00
9 45PU75- MAUVE & YELLOW HALVED, sleeves reversed, yellow star on cap Cross To Boston (IRE) 34
Nag me
8 9-10 b P J Rothwell S J Crimin (7) 81 8/19.00
10 6PU400- YELLOW, black chevron & chevrons on sleeves, yellow cap, black spots Weslife (IRE) 31
Nag me
9 9-10 h I Madden M P Butler (3) 79 20/121.00
Non runners
6656F20-Bar Stool Bob (IRE)611-1R TynerP T Enright105


Fitzgutentyte was in good form over hurdles and fences last summer but hasn't been seen since July. She could just need this but Solstice Knight is respected as he arrives on a 14lb lower mark than over hurdles and showed himself ready to win again soon with a very good effort at Wexford in March. RAISE HELL has been steadily improving and produced his best run to date over fences when last seen at Thurles in November. He makes his handicap debut here and looks the one to beat. Fourth Class is inconsistent and followed his victory at Kilbeggan in August with a poor run there the following month.