Late flourish sees Maude Adams win
Beat The Ballot leads as Maude Adams looks for room along the inner
(Healy Racing Photos)
Bell, on Maude Adams, was in a pocket along the inside running rail for most of the straight and was forced to ride with exaggerated patience until an opening appeared a furlong out. Beat The Ballot was clear and looked sure to win inside the final furlong but Maude Adams flew home to take the lead in the last stride, for a short head win.
Winning trainer Kevin Prendergast was not present for the win.
Further reporting by Alan Magee
Jockey Johnny Murtagh completed a double at Dundalk this evening when steering 8/11 favourite Little White Cloud to win the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Maiden (Div 2).