Review tramore 5th Oct

Thu 5th Oct 2017, 17:40

Jimmy and Paddy Mangan teamed up to claim top honours with Conna Cross in the Graun Hill Suite - Perfect For Parties Beginners Chase at Tramore.

Just three were left in contention approaching the second-last, with leader Castlewhite seemingly travelling better than Leader's Choice, and Conna Cross last of the trio.

The 6-1 chance slipped through a gap on the inside as they took off at the final fence, though, and he landed with momentum before stretching two and three-quarter lengths away from Castlewhite.

Just Get Cracking made a victorious return to action in the Waterford & Tramore Racecourse On Facebook Handicap Hurdle.

Off since finishing down the field in a competitive handicap chase at the Punchestown Festival, James Dullea's 4-1 shot is 10lb lower over the smaller obstacles and took full advantage, beating Ardera Cross by five lengths.

The Kings Baby (5-2) led her rivals a merry dance in the Waterford & Tramore Racecourse Supporters Club Maiden Hurdle.

Moses McCabe's six-year-old was allowed an uncontested lead under Donal McInerney, who gradually increased the advantage and strolled home 10 lengths ahead of Aherlow.

Wait Here carried the JP McManus colours to victory in the Maiden Hurdle.

The 4-1 chance failed to complete on his two previous appearances this campaign, but there was nothing wrong with his jumping this time and having touched down over two out in a share of the lead, he was clear by the last and came home nine lengths to the good over Our Pocket Rocket.

Persian Wind (6-1) looked to have relinquished the lead in the Sponsor A Race At Tramore Racecourse In 2018 Rated Novice Chase in the dying strides to Knockraha King, but his head was down where it mattered and he got the verdict after a photo.

Mullinavat (9-10 favourite) had the Waterford & Tramore Racecourse Supporters Club Handicap Hurdle sewn up from a long way out, while On His Toes (6-1) took the Waterford & Tramore Racecourse (Ladies Pro/Am) Flat Race.

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