Today's racecards

Tipperary

  • 20:00 Follow At TipperaryRaces On Twitter Maiden1m 4f 100y

  • Winner €6,900 2nd €1,600 3rd €700 4th €400
  • Going: Good to firm (watering)
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 45.83s
  • Off time: 20:01:09
20:00 Tipperary Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Zarkiyr (IRE) 3/5
2nd Cardinal Palace (IRE) 33/1
3rd Teoirim (IRE) 7/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (6) 00/ Red, dark green cross sashes, dark green cap, red star Courageous Cry (IRE) 34
Nag me
5 10-5 T Doyle W J Lee 50/151.00
2 (7) 05u470 Emerald green, white braces, yellow sleeves, maroon cap Fair Dilemma (IRE) 24
Nag me
8 10-5 t J J Mangan J A Heffernan 25/126.00
3 (11) 8534 YELLOW, royal blue hoop & armlet, white cap, royal blue star Macnicholson (IRE) 21
Nag me
4 10-5 Mrs J Harrington F M Berry 16/117.00
4 (3) 00/0 ROYAL BLUE, yellow sash, yellow cap, royal blue spots Claretaracar (IRE) 6
Nag me
7 10-0 F Costello C R King (7) 50 100/1101.00
5 (4) 0-3 Red & white chevrons, royal blue sleeves, red cap, white spots Cardinal Palace (IRE) 17
Nag me
3 9-5 J J Murphy D A McCormack (5) 33/134.00
6 (5) 8 YELLOW, purple stars, purple & yellow halved sleeves, white cap Gentle Jimmy (IRE) 17
Nag me
3 9-5 D Marnane P J Smullen 25/126.00
7 (2) 422 ROYAL BLUE & BLACK CHEVRONS, purple sleeves, black cap Gerdago (IRE) 9
Nag me
3 9-5 K J Condon S Foley 74 12/113.00
8 (8) 52 ORANGE, royal blue hoop & armlet, check cap Waver (IRE) 18
Nag me
3 9-5 p1 A P O'Brien J P O'Brien 4/15.00
9 (9) 75-52 GREEN, red epaulettes, green cap Zarkiyr (IRE) 18
Nag me
3 9-5 M Halford D P McDonogh 86 3/51.60
10 (1) BLACK, red epaulettes, yellow sleeves, yellow cap, red star Tae Think Again (IRE)
Nag me
3 9-0 T Collins T O'Shea 25/126.00
11 (10) 0-54273 WHITE, purple panel, check cap Teoirim (IRE) 22
Nag me
3 9-0 J S Bolger K J Manning 78 7/18.00

Verdict

The younger brigade looks to hold sway with four possibilities of which ZARKIYR makes most appeal. He hasn't always looked the easiest at times but if he can repeat his latest effort when runner-up to Levanto in a hotly-contested Curragh handicap, staying on powerfully late on, then he will prove tough to overcome. Teoirim should find a little race sooner or later but is starting to look exposed and Waver, a son of Galileo, rates the main danger. He improved considerably for his first run when second at the Curragh last time and further progress should be forthcoming. Gerdago looked to have his limitations exposed last time when put in his place by Modista at Sligo but still harbours place claims.