• 15:20 Seamus Mulvaney Crockafotha Handicap Hurdle 2m 4f

  • Winner €10,694 2nd €2,480 3rd €1,085 4th €620
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 53.30s
  • Off time: 15:20:03
15:20 Bellewstown Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Quarton (IRE) 7/4
2nd Long House Hall (IRE) 14/1
3rd Coldstonesober (IRE) 14/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 623261- DARK BLUE & ORANGE DIAMONDS, halved sleeves, quartered cap Roman General (IRE) 73
5 11-9 h L P Cusack G N Fox (5) 115 10/111.00
2 3P19-10 EMERALD GREEN, black sash, emerald green cap, black spots Long House Hall (IRE) 31
Distance Winner
6 11-6 Paul Duggan D E Mullins 112 14/115.00
3 333-241 White, royal blue stars, royal blue cap Vasco Du Mee (FR) 28
Distance Winner
5 11-5 b G Elliott D J Condon 111 4/15.00
4 P540-00 Maroon, White triple diamond, White cap Dawerann (IRE) 23
5 11-3 b M Hourigan M P Walsh 109 11/112.00
5 1002-0B WHITE, emerald green stars, yellow sleeves, maroon cap, white stars Green Thirty Two (IRE) 27
Distance Winner
7 11-1 t S J Mahon R C Colgan 107 20/121.00
6 4961-23 Royal blue & white stripes, quartered cap Marshim (IRE) 31
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
12 10-12 t W Power R M Power 104 6/17.00
7 5414-22 Maroon, large light blue spots, light blue sleeves, maroon spots, maroon cap, light blue spots Quarton (IRE) 2
Beaten Favourite
7 10-11 G Elliott P Carberry 103 7/42.75
8 42168-6 EMERALD GREEN & ORANGE hooped, WHITE cap Good Decision (IRE) 18
Distance Winner
10 10-10 pt C Roche J Mulvihill (7) 102 9/110.00
9 204015 MAROON, white panel, halved sleeves, maroon cap Coldstonesober (IRE) 13
8 10-9 J R Finn Mr E J O'connell 101 14/115.00
Non runners
100797-15Mydor (FR)410-5A J MartinS A Shortall104


QUARTON and Mydor ran in a handicap over 2m1f here on Friday when the former started favourite after a fine run over this trip at Down Royal. He couldn't quite peg back the shock winner Portrade but stayed on strongly and can make amends. Mydor was well beaten and looks held but Roman General gained his only success in 19 career starts when tackling fast ground at Tipperary in April and with Ger Fox using his claim he doesn't look overburdened. Vasco Du Mee is a consistent performer over hurdles and fences and he's another who won't mind the conditions after a convincing victory at Perth last month. The veteran Marshim is in really good form and followed a narrow defeat by Mydor at Tipperary with another fine run in a big field there. Good Decision was in very good form around this time a year ago and he'll have needed the run at Wexford last time.