Fairyhouse

Sun, 2nd Dec, 2012

Going - Soft (Heavy In Places). Light rain

Trifecta Not Won. Pool of €1,161.80 carried forward to Wexford on Wednesday 5th December. Jackpot Pool - €7,992.00 Not Won. Carried forward to Punchestown on Sunday 9th December. Placepot Pool - €45,452.80 Dividend - €111.40 Winning Units - 305.92. Pick Six Pool - €3,501.00 Not Won. Carried forward to Wexford on Wednesday 5th December. Days Aggregate - €321,899.00 Last Year €292,680.46

  • 12.35

    Bar One Racing Juvenile 3-Y-O H'dle (Grade 3) of €27,500 2m

    1st Our Conor (IRE) (2) 8/11fav Tote €1.50 €1.02
    2nd 2.5L Stocktons Wing (IRE) (4) 11/4   €1.40
    3rd 9.5L South South West (IRE) (3) 14/1  
    4th 12L Brog Deas (IRE) (1) 4/1  

    OFF 12.36. Time 4m. 13.60 secs 5 Ran
    Trainer D T Hughes Jockey B J Cooper
    Owner Mr Barry Connell
    Breeder Gerrardstown House Stud

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    See also » Conor shows he's the top 3-y-o in Ireland
    He's a good leaper and he has a turn of foot. He has everything you need. He ran on better ground on the flat and he'd probably prefer that. You'd have to say he is (a Triumph Hurdle contender), hopefully anyway if he progresses and stays right. He's proven now he's decent and he won well enough. Bryan thought going to the last that he'd like something in front of him as he looked at it a bit. He might go to Leopardstown at Christmas, we've got a month and there's no reason he shouldn't. From the first day he saw a hurdle he was a natural and he just likes it. D T Hughes, trainer

  • 1.05

    Bar One Racing Royal Bond Novice H'dle (Grade 1) of €75,000 2m

    1st Jezki (IRE) (3) 9/4 Tote €4.80 €1.70
    2nd 1.5L Champagne Fever (IRE) (1) 11/8fav   €1.02
    3rd 1L Zuzka (IRE) (6) 12/1  
    4th 4.25L Minsk (IRE) (5) 11/4  

    OFF 1.05. Time 4m. 2.50 secs 6 Ran
    Trainer Mrs John Harrington Jockey B J Geraghty
    Owner John P McManus
    Breeder Gerard M McGrath

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    See also » Jezki is tops over two in the Royal Bond
    I'm absolutely thrilled, it all went to plan. Barry said that's what he was going to do . sit in behind the others. When he gave him a squeeze three out he knew he had a lot of horse. He clattered the first and it just frightened him a bit and he jumped a bit big as far as Ballyhack. He was straight and true where it mattered and when they were going a bit quicker he concentrated more. The Supreme Novices' is the long term target as he's a two-miler. We'll have to discuss plans with the owner but he'll have at least one more run before Cheltenham. He could easily run at Christmas (if the ground is good) and after that I don't know. He's only four and he's bound to improve a bit for more experience. I was a little bit worried about going right-handed for the first time as all his runs have been left-handed. When I saw him jumping left early on I thought that's what we had discussed yesterday. He's always wanted better ground. The whole family want it on top and I'd imagine he'll be better on better ground too. Mrs John Harrington, trainer

  • 1.35

    Bar One Racing Drinmore Novice S'chase (Grade 1) of €75,000 2m 4f

    1st Arvika Ligeonniere (FR) (1) 2/1 Tote €2.50 €1.60
    2nd 11L Dedigout (IRE) (3) 1/1fav   €1.50
    3rd 20L Texas Jack (IRE) (5) 14/1  
    4th 1.25L Pride Of the Artic (IRE) (4) 14/1  

    OFF 1.35. Time 5m. 12.20 secs 5 Ran
    Trainer W P Mullins Jockey R Walsh
    Owner Mrs S Ricci
    Breeder Yves Lepage

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    See also » Arvika brilliant in the Drinmore
    He was very impressive. He did it very well, his jumping was fantastic. He has a tremendous cruising speed and we wouldn't be afraid to go back to two miles . that's maybe his job. He was very fast over the first four fences. There was a few front runners in it and they were all trying to make it. He has the jumping ability along with the pace. Until we see that he's not able to do it over two miles we'll go that way first. He had a year off. He just had a little problem. With horses like him you just have to give them a bit of time. We'll keep him running as much as we can and get all the experience we can with him. We'll look at Christmas now. W P Mullins, trainer

  • 2.05

    Irish Stallion Farms EBF(M)H'cap S'chase of €30,000 2m 4f

    1st Avondhu Lady (IRE) (5) 10/1 Tote €9.20 €2.80
    2nd 0.5L Our Girl Salley (IRE) (3) 15/8fav   €1.10
    3rd 13L Glibin (IRE) (4) 20/1   €4.00
    4th 2.25L Quarryvale (IRE) (2) 7/1  

    OFF 2.05. Time 5m. 23.00 secs 11 Ran
    Trainer David Fenton Jockey M A Enright
    Owner Richard Flynn
    Breeder Noel Fenton

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    See also » Lady holds off Salley again
    She's improving all the time. I thought she had a reasonable chance at the weights. There wasn't much between her and Our Girl Salley on their last two runs and she was getting a little pull today. I was delighted with her coming into the race. She's tough and we'll stick to the mares races. David Fenton, trainer

  • 2.40

    Bar One Racing Hatton's Grace H'dle (Grade 1) of €80,000 2m 4f

    1st Zaidpour (FR) (4) 7/4Jfav Tote €2.40 €1.80
    2nd 2.5L Monksland (IRE) (1) 4/1   €2.10
    3rd 1.5L Voler La Vedette (IRE) (5) 7/4Jfav  
    4th 7.5L So Young (FR) (3) 9/2  

    OFF 2.40. Time 5m. 13.70 secs 5 Ran
    Trainer W P Mullins Jockey R Walsh
    Owner Mrs S Ricci
    Breeder H H The Aga Khan's Studs S C

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    See also » Zaidpour too good for Hatton's Grace rivals
    It was a fantastic result and he's stronger this year. A lot of my horses didn't do well on grass but they seem stronger. They came in looking a bit rough but the mental break is good for them rather than the grass itself. We might go down the World Hurdle route. I think he'll improve. He's good enough to run in a Champion Hurdle but the obvious thing would be to go over a longer trip. I doubt he'll take on Hurricane Fly but he'll be entered for all the races over Christmas. He has the pace for two miles but he has plenty of stamina as well. It depends on what runners we have but I'd imagine he'll go further . over two and a half or three miles. Himself and Thousand Stars fall into the same kind of bracket. I have to give a lot of credit to Virginie who rides him out all the time. She does a lot of slow work on him and keeps him right as he had shoulder trouble when we got him. W P Mullins, trainer

  • 3.10

    Caffrey's Bar & Restaurant H'cap S'chase (Grade C) (Rated 0-140) of €27,500 3m 5f

    1st Murchu (IRE) (11) 12/1 Tote €16.40 €3.60
    2nd nose Give Us A Hand (IRE) (5) 8/1   €2.60
    3rd nk Spot The Boss (IRE) (12) 14/1   €4.20
    4th 29L Bangonform (IRE) (6) 9/1  

    OFF 3.10. Time 8m. 18.50 secs 12 Ran
    Trainer John Joseph Hanlon Jockey M A Enright
    Owner Paul J McMahon
    Breeder T F Duggan

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    See also » Double makes it a day to remember for Enright
    That's great . he stays all day. I was afraid of the ground as he likes it better. I've said to Paul in the past that he might be an Irish National horse some day. I was on the lower stand so I thought he was beaten. I didn't think he got back up. John Joseph Hanlon, trainer

  • 3.40

    O'Doherty's Audio & Video(P-Am)Flat Race of €8,500 2m

    1st Outlander (IRE) (6) 4/1 Tote €5.20 €2.20
    2nd 5L Saffron Wells (IRE) (9) 11/4Jfav   €1.70
    3rd 2.25L Eight Chimes (FR) (3) 25/1   €4.90
    4th 1.5L Indian File (IRE) (4) 10/1  

    OFF 3.45. Time 4m. 13.40 secs 17 Ran
    Trainer W P Mullins Jockey Mr P W Mullins
    Owner Gigginstown House Stud
    Breeder Ronnie O'Neill

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    See also » 3 for Mullins at Fairyhouse at over 40 to 1
    He hadn't shown those type of gears at home and I thought he was an out and out galloper. He showed a turn of foot today. He was a bit hairy on the first bend and Patrick had to pull him back a bit. W P Mullins, trainer