Maiden Race For 4-Y-O
For Certified Hunters aged 4 years old only, maidens at starting, the property of subscribers to any Hunt in Ireland. Mares allowed 5lbs.
(Prize Money €800: 1st €560, 2nd €160, 3rd €80)
Weights: 11st 11lbs About 3 Miles
Pedigree / Hunt
|09 Feb 2019||Kirkistown||ys||4yo Mdn||R James||5/2-3/1||2nd||10L||HELL'S CANYON (FR)|
|17 Mar 2019||Ballyarthur||sh||4yo Geld Mdn||R James||2-3/1||2nd||8L||ADRIMEL (FR)|
|03 Mar 2019||Borris House||s||4yo Mdn||J J Walsh||5-6/1||3rd||5L||SPORTING JOHN (IRE)|
|10 Mar 2019||Lingstown||ys||4yo Mdn||B T Stone||6-10/1||3rd||10L||BRAVEMANSGAME (FR)|
|10 Mar 2019||Turtulla||gy||4yo Geld Mdn||N Gault||-8/1||F||HOLD THAT TAUGHT (GB)|
|09 Feb 2019||Kirkistown||ys||4yo Mdn||N Gault||8-10/1||4th||20L||HELL'S CANYON (FR)|
|09 Feb 2019||Kirkistown||ys||4yo Mdn||D G Lavery||4/1-7/2||3rd||20L||HELL'S CANYON (FR)|
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Having won this race 12 months ago, Donnchadh Doyle will be out to follow up with VANDEMERE looking a big contender here having third on his debut in a very competitive Borris House contest. The Graham McKeever-trained Fourtout made eye-catching ground inside the final half-mile on his debut at Lingstown earlier this month, when coming from off the pace to finish an encouraging third behind a horse that subsequently realised 370,000 pounds at the Cheltenham Festival sale. That makes him of interest here. Favori De Champdou finished just 10 lengths in arrears of a Gigginstown House Stud winner at Kirkistown on his debut and is entitled to have improved, whilst all the leading yards are represented with potential newcomers and the market will give the best guide as to what can be expected from them.