Down Royal

  • 15:30 Duke Of York Flat Race2m

  • Winner €4,830 2nd €1,120 3rd €490 4th €280
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 12.60s
  • Off time: 15:30:14
15:30 Down Royal Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Ceasar Milan (IRE) 11/4
2nd Lots Of Memories (IRE) 4/1
3rd Red Admirable (IRE) 10/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 0- LIGHT BLUE, light blue & dark blue striped cap Boom Hall (IRE) 424
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5 12-0 Lady Jane Alexander Mr J J Smyth (7) 25/126.00
2 P/2102-3 White, emerald green disc, grey sleeves, emerald green & grey check cap Butney Boy (IRE) 18
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6 12-0 C A McBratney Mr N McParlan (7) 7/24.50
3 Red & yellow check Fullwak (IRE)
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5 12-0 A Mulholland Mr J J Codd 16/117.00
4 P- ROYAL BLUE, emerald green seams, royal blue cap, emerald green star Hidden Shadow (IRE) 611
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5 12-0 Miss S L Kelly Mr J Creswell (7) 16/117.00
5 22 WHITE, emerald green stars, white sleeves, quartered cap Lots Of Memories (IRE) 35
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5 12-0 P G Fahey Mr M Fahey (3) 4/15.00
6 MAROON, white disc, yellow cap Parlour Of Dreams (IRE)
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5 12-0 I R Ferguson Mr M J O'Hare (5) 12/113.00
7 P24-274 BLACK & AMBER CHECK, black cap Red Admirable (IRE) 25
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6 12-0 S R B Crawford Mr S Crawford (3) 10/111.00
8 7 YELLOW, black sleeves, check cap So Valentino (IRE) 42
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6 12-0 S R B Crawford Mr J A Jenkins (7) 16/117.00
9 2-1 WHITE, royal blue panel, blue and red check cap Ceasar Milan (IRE) 80
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4 11-11 I R Ferguson Mr W Thompson (7) 11/43.75
10 WHITE, yellow panel, quartered cap News For Pascal (IRE)
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4 11-11 C A McBratney Mr S F Magee (7) 20/121.00
11 325 CERISE Silver Tassie (IRE) 35
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4 11-11 N Meade Mr J P McKeown 7/24.50
12 Emerald green & black chevrons, quartered cap Faiths Choice (IRE)
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6 11-7 t1 D M Christie G Malone (7) 22/123.00


Lots Of Memories made a promising debut at Galway in October but was beaten almost a distance when runner-up to Defy Logic at Fairyhouse. He's better than that last run suggests though SILVER TASSIE, who started favourite that day after a fine run on this track, was even further behind but can't have been right and gets the vote to make amends. Ian Ferguson looks to have a nice prospect from the point-to-point field in Ceasar Milan, who won comfortably at Castletown in October while Butney Boy is also a winner between the flags and has raced over hurdles. He ran well on his bumper debut at Navan and there should be more to come.