• 20:20 Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Fillies Maiden1m 4f

  • Winner €9,315 2nd €2,160 3rd €945 4th €540
  • Going: Soft, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 52.82s
  • Off time: 20:21:08
20:20 Cork Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Say (IRE) 1/6


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (6) BLACK & WHITE HOOPS, royal blue cap, white star Alkali (IRE)
3 9-0 D K Weld P J Smullen 6/17.00
4 (3) 6-2 PURPLE, white seams, striped sleeves, purple cap Say (IRE) 25
3 9-0 A P O'Brien J P O'Brien 1/61.17
5 (1) 4425-36 RED, white stars, white sleeves, white star on cap Silky Pyrus (IRE) 9
3 9-0 J J Walsh B A Curtis 70 16/117.00
6 (5) 4 GREEN, red epaulettes, green cap Zarma 30
3 9-0 M Halford D P McDonogh 18/119.00
Non runners
2 (4)22Bint Nayef (IRE)39-0P D DeeganC O'Donoghue
3 (2)6U47-2Madam Mo (IRE)39-0P J PrendergastR P Whelan80


Bint Nayef has done nothing wrong and the form of her close second to Keeping at Dundalk last month was given a boost when the third won earlier this week. Madam Mo makes a very quick reappearance after a fine run over 1m1f at Gowran on Wednesday though she's taking a big step-up in trip. SAY is still in all the classics and will need to win well here to justify the entries. She made a reasonable reappearance over 1m2f at Leopardstown where the stop-start pace didn't play to her strengths though she was staying on at the finish. She's given the nod as Silky Pyrus doesn't appear to have progressed much over the winter. Dermot Weld's newcomer Alkali is bred for middle-distances and is one to note but Zarma will need to have improved markedly from her Dundalk debut if she's to get involved.