Dundalk Update. Going, Jockey Changes And Non-Runners

Fri 23rd Nov 2012, 19:51

Going - Standard. Weather - Very cold but dry

Jockey Changes.

6.00 Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Maiden

  • 8. Your Pal Tal Non Runner

6.30 Ireland v England Stablestaff Soccer Handicap

  • 2. Luisant Non Runner
  • 11. Strike Action Non Runner
  • 15. TornadodancerW M Lordan

7.00 Crowne Plaza Hotel Race & Stay Maiden (DIV I)

  • 2. Aqua Regia Withdrawn
  • 7. Heuston Withdrawn
  • 15. Jackie Tyrrell Non Runner
  • 16. Kharezi Non Runner
  • 17. Harmonie Non Runner

7.30 Crowne Plaza Hotel Race & Stay Maiden (DIV II)

  • 9. Celtic Poker Non Runner
  • 16. Veyepea Non Runner
  • 17. Nureyev's Boy Non Runner

8.00 Come On The Irish Stablestaff Handicap (Rated 47-65) (DIV I)

  • 11. Jumbo Steps (1lbs Overweight)
  • 15. One Quick Cat Non Runner
  • 16. King's Jester Non Runner
  • 17. Al Mancilia Non Runner

8.30 Come On The Irish Stablestaff Handicap (Rated 47-65) (DIV II)

  • 15. Whatever It Takes Non Runner
  • 16. Golan Heights Non Runner
  • 17. Samollie Non Runner

9.00 Q Radio Network Apprentice Handicap (Rated 47-65)

  • 15. The Gave Non Runner
  • 16. Maya Bay Non Runner
  • 17. Rhiannon Non Runner

9.25 Dundalk Stadium - Light Up Your Night Handicap

  • 15. Zemario Non Runner
  • 16. Silverlord Non Runner
  • 17. Moo Sahara Non Runner

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