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Thu 11 Jul 2024 Racecards

UK time: 00:00:00

20:30 Leopardstown

Weighed In

Thu 11 Jul 2024 Leopardstown Members (q.r.) Race

  • Runners: 11
  • Dist: 1m 7f
  • Type: Flat
  • Surface: Turf
  • Going: Good
  • 1st Mr F Maguire 7 (3) Seattle Creek 14.00
  • 2nd Mr J L Gleeson 8 (5) The Names Jock 4.50
  • 3rd Mr D G Lavery 4 (8) Sixandahalf 3.00 f
  • Winning Time: 3m 23.94s
  • Winning Distance: 1/2 L, 1 L
  • Winning Trainer: L Comer
  • Winning Jockey: Mr F Maguire
  • Win: €15.40
  • Place: €4.20 , €1.50 , €1.40
  • Exacta: €85.20
  • Forecast: €78.14
  • 1st
    7 (3)
    Mr F Maguire

    Age 6

    ANALYSIS: Led early, tracked leader and 2nd halfway, 5th on inner early straight, ridden and switched right 1f out, headway between horses inside final furlong, kept on well to lead close home
  • 2nd
    8 (5)
    Mr J L Gleeson

    Age 8

    1/2 L
    ANALYSIS: Tracked leaders, 3rd halfway and 2nd 5f out, pushed along and led early straight, ridden over 1f out and kept on, headed close home
  • 3rd
    4 (8)
    Mr D G Lavery

    Age 4

    1 L
    ANALYSIS: Mid-division, headway on outer approaching straight, 2nd and ridden 1 1/2f out, kept on one pace, no impression inside final 100 yards
  • 4th
    2 (4)
    Mr Finn Tegetmeier

    Age 8

    short head
    ANALYSIS: Tracked leaders, 5th halfway, 4th 2f out, ridden over 1f out and kept on one pace inside final 150 yards
  • 5th
    1 (11)
    Ms L Dowdall

    Age 5 H TT

    2 1/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Tracked leaders and led after 1 1/2f, pushed along and headed early straight, soon ridden and 3rd over 1f out, 5th 100 yards out, no extra
  • 6th
    3 (6)
    Mr A J Lord

    Age 6

    ANALYSIS: Tracked leaders, 4th halfway, 6th and pushed along entering straight, ridden and no impression over 1f out, kept on one pace
  • 7th
    9 (1)
    Mr H C Swan

    Age 6

    3/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Rear of mid-division, pushed along entering straight and no impression under 2f out, ridden and kept on one pace final furlong
  • 8th
    5 (2)
    Mr J H Williamson

    Age 8 TT

    3/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Mid-division, 6th halfway, pushed along and no impression early straight, ridden and kept on one pace from over 1f out
  • 9th
    10 (9)
    Miss A B O'Connor

    Age 6

    7 1/2 L
    ANALYSIS: Rear of mid-division, never a factor, pushed along and no impression early straight, ridden and kept on one pace from over 1f out
  • 10th
    11 (12)
    Mr D O'Connor

    Age 5

    3 3/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Held up towards rear on outer, ran freely, some headway approaching straight, ridden and no extra 1 1/2f out
  • 11th
    12 (10)
    Mr S E Cottrill

    Age 4

    2 1/2 L
    ANALYSIS: Always rear, never a factor, pushed along 4f out and no impression entering straight, no extra
  • NR
    Mr N Gault
    6 (7)

    Age 6

    ANALYSIS: NonRunner
VERDICT: The Noel Meade-trained Jesse Evans should prove difficult to beat if ready on his first start since last November. On that occasion, the So You Think gelding ran a big race when third in a Group 3 at the Curragh. Having twice finished runner-up on his seasonal reappearance, the eight-year-old can go one better. Sixandahalf looked smart when easily winning her maiden at Cork in May, before finishing runner-up to a decent type at Listowel subsequently. Although she will need to improve if she is to beat the Meade gelding here, Gavin Cromwell's mare looks the main threat. Recent Ballinrobe winner Royal Eagle faces an altogether different task now but is a fit in-form mare so has to be considered.
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