• 20:35 Family Day Out Maiden7f

  • Winner €5,520 2nd €1,280 3rd €560 4th €320
  • Going: Yielding, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 27.90s
  • Off time: 20:37:10
20:35 Cork Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Lake District Evs
2nd Inkerman (IRE) 3/1
3rd Deep Speed (IRE) 16/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (3) SP BLACK, yellow cross of lorraine, red & grey striped sleeves, grey & red striped cap Thomas Moore (IRE) 53
7 9-11 L Roche Fran Berry 100/1101.00
2 (10) 5 YELLOW, purple sash, brown sleeves, purple cap Sea Of Pearls (IRE) 24
5 9-6 S G O'Donnell J A Heffernan 20/121.00
3 (12) WHITE, brown sash, emerald green cap Deep Speed (IRE)
3 9-5 P Hickey S Foley 16/117.00
4 (6) 4343 PURPLE, white seams, striped sleeves, purple cap Inkerman (IRE) 26
3 9-5 t D Wachman W M Lordan 81 3/14.00
5 (4) 34342 MAROON, white sleeves, maroon cap, white star Lake District 51
Beaten Favourite
3 9-5 v1 D K Weld P J Smullen 77 Evs2.00
7 (5) 9 ROYAL BLUE, black & emerald green quartered cap Shamadinna (IRE) 13
3 9-5 P J Flynn D M Grant 33/134.00
8 (9) 09- ROYAL BLUE & YELLOW DIABOLO, yellow sleeves, royal blue cap Cream Tea (IRE) 361
3 9-0 Miss M L Hallahan B A Curtis 100/1101.00
9 (2) 00-8 EMERALD GREEN, white sash, red cap, emerald green spots Eliza Snow (IRE) 52
3 9-0 K F O'Donnell J F Egan 100/1101.00
11 (8) 9 DARK BLUE, light green seams, light green cap Nymph (IRE) 111
3 9-0 A P O'Brien J P O'Brien 4/15.00
12 (11) White, maroon triple diamond, maroon stars on sleeves, white cap, maroon spots Paple Blessing (IRE)
3 9-0 J J Murphy T P O'Shea 20/121.00
Non runners
6 (7)672Lateral Thinking (IRE)39-5A OliverC D Hayes75
10 (13)05-8856Lady O Malley (IRE)39-0J G MurphyG F Carroll69
13 (1)Toquette (IRE)39-0J S BolgerK J Manning


Nymph, a half-sister to Johannesburg amongst other winners, made her debut on Polytrack in April and faded after an early lead. Connections will want a win under her belt for the paddocks so she has to be noted in the betting. The front-running LAKE DISTRICT may take some pegging back in conditions he likes as he wasn't headed until close home over 1m1f here in June. He's given the nod over Inkerman, who will be tackling this sort of ground for the first time after four runs on fast going. Lateral Thinking almost caused a shock against Harpist at Down Royal and as that was only his third start he can improve and play his part. Jim Bolger's newcomer Toquette is a half-sister to a Prix Morny winner and wouldn't need to be a world-beater to make a successful debut.