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Fri 17 May 2024 Racecards

UK time: 00:00:00
Ireland

20:15 Leopardstown

Weighed In

Fri 17 May 2024 Women's Irish Network For Racing Lady Riders Handicap

  • Runners: 11
  • Dist: 1m 4f
  • Type: Flat
  • Surface: Turf
  • Going: Good
  • 1st Miss A B O'Connor 2 (10) A Piece Of Heaven 3.50
  • 2nd Morgan Cole 11 (9) Whimsy 5.50
  • 3rd Gabriella Adela Hill 12 (3) Bold Approach 8.00
  • Win: €4.70
  • Place: €1.80 , €2.00 , €2.30
  • Exacta: €25.70
  • Forecast: €23.30
  • Tricast: €146.02
  • 1st
    2 (10)
    Miss A B O'Connor

    Age 6

    ANALYSIS: Made all, went clear travelled well 2f out, pushed along 1f out, stayed on strongly final furlong, easily, unchallenged
  • 2nd
    11 (9)
    Morgan Cole

    Age 5

    3 3/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Tracked leaders in 2nd, pushed along entering straight, ridden and no impression on winner 2f out, moderate 2nd 1f out, kept on one pace final furlong, not trouble winner
  • 3rd
    12 (3)
    Gabriella Adela Hill

    Age 8 CP TT

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    ANALYSIS: Tracked leaders in 3rd, briefly checked 3f out, ridden in 3rd entering straight, 3rd and no impression on winner 2f out, kept on one pace in 3rd final furlong
  • 4th
    3 (2)
    Siobhan Rutledge

    Age 6 TT

    2 1/2 L
    ANALYSIS: Slowly into stride, towards rear, pushed along in moderate 8th 3f out, ridden entering straight, moderate 6th 1f out, went 4th close home
  • 5th
    10 (6)
    Amy Jo Hayes

    Age 8

    1/2 L
    ANALYSIS: Mid-division, 7th 3f out, soon pushed along, ridden in moderate 7th 2f out, went 4th 1f out, no impression final furlong
  • 6th
    9 (1)
    Miss R Dudfield

    Age 5 H

    1/2 L
    ANALYSIS: Tracked leaders, ridden entering straight, moderate 4th 2f out, no impression
  • 7th
    6 (5)
    Miss A Hourigan

    Age 5 BLK

    11 L
    ANALYSIS: Rear of mid-division, ridden in moderate 9th 3f out, weakened
  • 8th
    7 (4)
    Miss H M Smullen

    Age 4

    neck
    ANALYSIS: Tracked leaders, ridden in 4th entering straight, moderate 5th 2f out, no impression
  • 9th
    1 (12)
    Anna McGuinness

    Age 7

    neck
    ANALYSIS: Raced well off pace trailing in last, reminder entering straight, reminder again 2f out, late headway under hands and heels, never nearer
  • 10th
    4 (7)
    Rachael Blackmore

    Age 5

    1/2 L
    ANALYSIS: Mid-division, 5th 3f out, soon pushed along, ridden in moderate 6th 2f out, no impression
  • 11th
    8 (11)
    Ms L Dowdall

    Age 4 BLK TT

    7 L
    ANALYSIS: Slowly away, off pace in rear, no impression from 3f out, never a factor
  • NR
    Miss G Benson
    5 (8)

    Age 7 TT

    ANALYSIS: NonRunner
VERDICT: The Black Tiger, a first runner for Frances Crowley since renewing her licence, would be a hugely popular winner. Last seen when successful in a Curragh maiden last June for Aidan O'Brien, the four-year-old could be nicely handicapped off a mark of 82. With Hannah Smullen in the saddle, the son of Justify will have plenty of supporters. Willie Mullins supplies two of the biggest dangers, with Anotherway arguably the pick of his duo. Still very much in contention when falling at the second-last in a Grade 2 hurdle at Fairyhouse in March, the five-year-old could have some leeway off a mark of 85. Stablemate Tounsivator, a dual winner on the Flat in France, has been successful over hurdles since arriving in Ireland.
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