• 12:55 I.N.H. Stallion Owners E.B.F. Maiden Hurdle2m 4f

  • Winner €7,590 2nd €1,760 3rd €770 4th €440
  • Going: Soft, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 2.60s
  • Off time: 12:55:16
12:55 Clonmel Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Dushybeag (IRE) 7/1
2nd The Paparrazi Kid (IRE) 1/4
3rd Lady Boulea (IRE) 33/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 12- BEIGE, dark green diabolo on sleeves, black cap The Paparrazi Kid (IRE) 263
Beaten Favourite
5 11-12 W P Mullins R Walsh 1/41.25
3 705-395 PURPLE & PINK DIAMONDS, purple cap, pink diamonds Dushybeag (IRE) 13
5 11-4 M Hourigan A P Heskin 105 7/18.00
4 Dark blue, white stars on sleeves, quartered cap Known Witness (IRE)
5 11-4 P J Rothwell A Ring (7) 20/121.00
5 ROYAL BLUE, maroon hoop, maroon sleeves, royal blue cap, maroon spots Marjesjoh (IRE)
6 11-4 Patrick J Halley T J Doyle 33/134.00
6 FB13-09 Red, large royal blue spots, royal blue spots on sleeves, royal blue cap All The Way Home (IRE) 11
6 10-11 Miss S O'Sullivan P Townend 16/117.00
7 4883 BROWN & LIGHT GREEN HALVED, sleeves reversed, red cap Clara Bel La (IRE) 17
Beaten Favourite
6 10-11 J E Kiely A P Thornton 5/16.00
8 F100- DARK BLUE & LIGHT BLUE CHECK, dark blue sleeves, light blue cap, dark blue star Lady Boulea (IRE) 206
7 10-11 W Harney M P Butler (5) 33/134.00
9 0/80P-9 WHITE & ROYAL BLUE DIABOLO, royal blue cap Selene Moon (IRE) 24
6 10-11 J P Ryan M A Enright (5) 33/134.00
Non runners
11-Lord Of Lords (IRE)511-12E J O'GradyB J Geraghty


This should prove a thriller between the impressive bumper winners THE PAPARRAZI KID, who is handed the vote, and Lord Of Lords. The former was a long odds-on chance for his debut at Navan in December and won by 15 lengths but was surprisingly beaten at similar odds by Rory O'Moore at Naas in February where he didn't appear to find much when coming off the bridle. However, the winner has proved himself very useful and Willie Mullins' charge should have strengthened up during the summer. Lord Of Lords attracted strong support for his debut at Navan in March when trained by Helena Keaveney. He sauntered home by 23 lengths that day and though the form hasn't been boosted he's obviously an exciting prospect and has joined Edward O'Grady. Dushybeag looks the best of those with experience over timber though his best effort came when a close third in a bumper here in September, while Clara Bel La has shown a bit of promise in bumpers and on the Flat and has a very strong jumping pedigree.