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Fri 12 Jul 2024 Racecards

UK time: 00:00:00

18:45 Kilbeggan

Weighed In

Fri 12 Jul 2024 Larrigy's Pub Handicap Hurdle (80-95) (div 2)

  • Runners: 12
  • Dist: 2m 3f 60y
  • Type: Hurdle
  • Surface: Turf
  • Going: Good to Yielding
  • 1st S Fitzgerald 9 Kilashee 3.00 f
  • 2nd Mr J P Berry 8 Cruisin Susan 3.33
  • 3rd P Hanlon 5 Sefton Warrior 12.00
  • Winning Time: 4m 53.1s
  • Winning Distance: 38 L, 5 1/2 L
  • Winning Trainer: J P Ryan
  • Winning Jockey: S Fitzgerald
  • Win: €4.00
  • Place: €1.60 , €2.00 , €3.30
  • Exacta: €13.90
  • Forecast: €14.50
  • Tricast: €110.52
  • 1st
    S Fitzgerald

    Age 9

    ANALYSIS: Made all, went clear after 1st, reduced advantage before 4 out, went on again before 2 out, 20 lengths clear before last and increased advantage run-in, easily
  • 2nd
    Mr J P Berry

    Age 7

    38 L
    ANALYSIS: Mid-division, closer in 4th before 3 out, pushed along in 3rd after next, went moderate 2nd before last, no chance with winner
  • 3rd
    P Hanlon

    Age 7 CP

    5 1/2 L
    ANALYSIS: Towards rear, good progress before 4 out, not fluent 2 out and went 2nd, ridden and no impression on winner before last, soon dropped to 3rd
  • 4th
    P J O'Hanlon

    Age 5

    3/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Chased leader in 2nd, not fluent 5th, closed on leader before 4 out, dropped to 4th after 2 out, soon no extra and kept on same pace
  • 5th
    J Kearney

    Age 9

    3/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Mid-division, 7th before 2 out, soon pushed along and no impression, went moderate 5th before last
  • 6th
    E Walsh

    Age 6 H

    4 3/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Chased leaders in 3rd, closed on front pair before 4 out, not fluent next and soon pushed along, lost place from 2 out and soon no extra
  • 7th
    Mr N McParlan

    Age 6 TT

    25 L
    ANALYSIS: Mid-division, 5th from 4 out, pushed along from 2 out, soon no extra and weakened, tailed off
  • 8th
    Mr P J O'Neill

    Age 5

    21 L
    ANALYSIS: Mid-division, lost place before 4 out and soon no extra, completely tailed off
  • 9th
    H E Sexton

    Age 7

    27 L
    ANALYSIS: Chased leaders in 4th, dropped to 5th after 5th, pushed along and weakened before 4 out, completely tailed off
  • PU
    J J Slevin

    Age 5 TT

    ANALYSIS: Always towards rear, no impression in rear from 4 out and pulled up before last
  • PU
    S D Torrens

    Age 6

    ANALYSIS: Never better than mid-division, pushed along in 9th from 4 out, no extra in 8th from 2 out and pulled up before last
  • PU
    E M O'Sullivan

    Age 7 CP

    ANALYSIS: Raced slightly detached in rear, no impression in moderate 10th from 3 out, pulled up before last
  • NR
    Reserve 1

    Age 7

    ANALYSIS: NonRunner
  • NR
    Reserve 2

    Age 8

    ANALYSIS: NonRunner
  • NR
    Reserve 3

    Age 6

    ANALYSIS: NonRunner
VERDICT: A reproduction of her recent fourth at Roscommon would probably be good enough to see Katherine register a second career success. The form of that latter race received a boost when the runner-up went on to win at Sligo next time. Given that she was only beaten a length by that subsequent winner despite being short of room at a crucial stage, the Adrian Sexton-trained mare should go close. As she has run some of her best races on tight right-handed tracks such as this, Cruisin Susan has to be considered. Although yet to add to her Tramore maiden win from almost two years ago, the Walk In The Park mare has run well on a number of occasions. Having shown definite improvement on her latest two runs, Sydney Cruiser commands respect in a first-time hood.
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