• 18:20 Valley Of Honey Maiden Hurdle2m 110y

  • Winner €5,175 2nd €1,199 3rd €525 4th €300
  • Going: Yielding
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 4.20s
  • Off time: 18:20:02
18:20 Clonmel Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Eightybarackstreet (IRE) 3/1
2nd Mister First (FR) 12/1
3rd Half Full (IRE) 8/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 03276-8 LIGHT BLUE, dark blue sleeves, light blue stars, dark blue cap, light blue stars Blue Ridge Lane (IRE) 16
Beaten FavouriteCourse Winner
5 11-12 bt J C McConnell M J Bolger (3) 104 7/18.00
2 00/358-9 LIGHT GREEN & DARK GREEN CHECK, light green sleeves, orange cap Bluebell Rock (IRE) 37
5 11-12 pt P A Roche J R Barry 97 20/121.00
3 5105-02 MAROON, light green chevron, maroon cap Eightybarackstreet (IRE) 25
Distance Winner
5 11-12 p T Cooper B J Geraghty 3/14.00
4 00520-7 Purple, orange cross sashes, orange diamond on cap Guestofthenation (USA) 24
5 11-12 t1 M Halford P Carberry 97 9/25.50
5 44350-6 BLACK, orange sash & sleeves, orange & white striped cap Bobowen (IRE) 13
5 11-4 W J Burke T J Doyle 100 5/16.00
6 7209- Grey, purple sleeves & cap Half Full (IRE) 62
5 11-4 D T Hughes B J Cooper (3) 8/19.00
7 10 LIGHT BLUE & MAROON HOOPS, blue sleeves, striped cap Mister First (FR) 14
Distance Winner
5 11-4 R Hennessy D J Condon 12/113.00
9 6-F ROYAL BLUE & PINK DIAMONDS, pink cap Sun Fisher (IRE) 20
5 11-4 E J O'Grady Andrew J McNamara 4/15.00
Non runners
89/03-054Native Palm (IRE)511-4Mrs J HarringtonR M Power97


Blue Ridge Lane, a winner at Dundalk in April, started favourite in a similar race to this at Sligo last month but never really got involved. Bobowen has found 2m4f too far on his last two starts having run well over this trip at Gowran in March. He finished completely tailed off on a return visit to Gowran and ran only marginally better here last time. Eightybarackstreet was always travelling easily at Kilbeggan last time but was easily outpointed by Raggletagglegypsy at the finish. That was over 2m3f so today's trip should be ideal and he looks the main threat to SUN FISHER, who was in touch and holding every chance when falling at the final flight in the race won by Blackwell Synergy at Tipperary last month.