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Curragh

  • 14:20 Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Maiden6f

  • €16,500 added 2yo 8 ran
  • Winner €11,385 2nd €2,640 3rd €1,155 4th €661
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 1m 15.15s
  • Off time: 14:20:20

Full result

14:20 Curragh Result 9th June 2013
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st (5) Freedom Square (IRE) 9-5 K J Manning J S Bolger 2 9/4j
Soon led, joined from 2f out, regained lead and stayed on well inside final furlong opened 5/2 touched 11/4
2nd (7) Shining Emerald 9-5 C D Hayes P D Deegan 2 16/1
Slowly into stride, keen hold, 7th 2f out, 6th 1f out, stayed on well without threatening inside final furlong opened 20/1 touched 20/1
3rd (3) nk Monsieur Power (IRE) 9-5 D P McDonogh E Lynam 2 10/1
Soon tracked leaders, travelling well and on terms from 2f out, headed under pressure and kept on same pace inside final furlong opened 12/1 touched 12/1
4th (2) nk Bush Pilot (IRE) 9-5 P J Smullen D K Weld 2 8/1
Waited with towards rear, still only 7th 1f out, switched and stayed on well without threatening inside final furlong opened 8/1 touched 8/1
5th (6) ½ Dove Mountain (IRE) 9-5 J P O'Brien A P O'Brien 2 9/4j
Soon prominent, niggled along in 2nd 2f out, 3rd 1f out, soon no impression, kept on same pace opened 13/8 touched 9/4
6th (4) Beauty's Forte (IRE) 9-5 N G McCullagh J P Murtagh 2 11/4
Keen hold, soon prominent, 3rd 2f out, soon ridden, 4th 1f out, kept on same pace final furlong opened 7/2 touched 7/2
7th (1) Chiclet (IRE) 9-0 R P Whelan (3) T Collins 2 16/1
Waited with, closer in 5th 2f out, no extra and kept on same pace final furlong opened 25/1 touched 25/1
8th (8) Count Of Carabass (IRE) 9-5 M A Cleere (5) Miss H McLoughlin 2 50/1
Slowly into stride, soon tracked leaders, 6th 2f out, soon ridden, last and no impression from over 1f out opened 50/1 touched 50/1

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £3.10 Tote Place: £1.02,2.90,3.00
Straight Forecast: £43.10 Exacta: £47.00

Placepot: €18.40, Pool: €0.0

Verdict

Jim Bolger: "He's getting the hang of things and seems to go on any ground. We may look at the Railway Stakes (Curragh)."