Two in a row for Nouveau at Limerick

Sat 16th Mar 2013, 18:13

photoNouveau Moulin and happy connections
©Healy Racing Photos
Nouveau Moulin followed up her course and distance win from Limerick in January when prevailing in the Jack Absolute (Ladies) Mares INH Flat Race under Katie Walsh at Greenmount Park.

Joe O'Keeffe's charge hit the front a furlong and a half out and she kept going well to see off the luckless Jane Mangan on the well-backed favourite, Kilbarry Beauty, by two and a half lengths.

O'Keeffe said: "She's a lovely, gorgeous mare and she was working lovely at home.

"I might give her a spin on the flat or else maybe go hurdling.

"I'll have to speak to her owner (his father James who is 95).

"She did well to give away weight to everything there." (TW & EM)

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