Lincoln and Joey Sheridan (near side) win the Ratoath Pharmacy Handicap from Pulsating
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Veteran sprinter Lincoln (5/1 co fav) registered the seventh win of his career when taking the concluding Ratoath Pharmacy Handicap.
Completing a 125/1 double for 7lbs claimer Joey Sheridan, the Clodovil gelding came from the rear of the field and finished best down the outside to score by a neck from Pulsating, with Drumquina another half a length away in third.
Fourth home Takeachancejimmy was the unlucky horse in the race, finishing fourth after being badly hampered early in the contest.
A five time winner for Mick Channon and once rated 104, this was a second win in Ireland for Lincoln and he’d caught the eye when third to Jungle Jane at Tipperary last month.
It was a double on the card for Sceptical’s owner James McAuley, having owned and trained 20/1 winner Timemakesitfine earlier on the card.
Winning jockey Sheridan, riding this winner for his boss Denis Hogan, said: “I knew the race was going to pan out the way it did.
"They went hard up front and my lad would keep coming. I’m glad it paid off.”
Additional reporting by Alan Magee
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