• 18:20 Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Maiden5f

  • Winner €8,625 2nd €2,000 3rd €875 4th €499
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack


  • Weighed In

  • Off time: 18:22:37
18:20 Dundalk Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Mr Good Guy (IRE) 3/1
2nd Kernoff (IRE) 4/7
3rd Walk Right Back (IRE) 25/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (7) 9 ROYAL BLUE, yellow hollow box, yellow armlet, royal blue cap Conocedor (IRE) 21
2 9-5 A Slattery F Lynch 66/167.00
2 (2) GREY, red star, grey cap Fire Games
2 9-5 J G Murphy G F Carroll 16/117.00
3 (8) 5 Royal blue & red chevrons, red & white striped sleeves, red & white quartered cap High Stand 31
2 9-5 J P Murtagh L P Dempsey (7) 12/113.00
4 (5) 022 Maroon, black cross sashes, white cap Kernoff (IRE) 21
2 9-5 M Halford S Foley 83 4/71.57
5 (1) 5633 PURPLE, large red spots, red seams on sleeves, purple cap Mr Good Guy (IRE) 7
2 9-5 t E Lynam P J Smullen 73 3/14.00
6 (9) 56 BEIGE, royal blue triple diamond & diamonds on sleeves, striped cap Thirteen Diamonds (IRE) 14
2 9-5 G M Lyons C T Keane (3) 8/19.00
7 (4) 8 ROYAL BLUE, yellow chevron & sleeves, yellow & white quartered cap Walk Right Back (IRE) 21
2 9-5 E Lynam N G McCullagh 25/126.00
8 (3) 0 White & black diamonds, black chevrons on sleeves, white cap, black stars Doris Marie (IRE) 14
2 9-0 J C McConnell C P Hoban (3) 50/151.00
9 (6) White, black seams, check cap Katie Hall (IRE)
2 9-0 W McCreery W M Lordan 20/121.00


KERNOFF showed the benefit of his debut at the Curragh with a much improved effort here last month. He progressed further when runner-up to Wind Inher Sleeves over the trip three weeks ago and the form looks strong enough as the fourth has since been headed on the line over an extra furlong when Thirteen Diamonds was behind. Walk Right Back and Conocedor were well beaten behind Kernoff three weeks ago though both were making their debuts and should improve. High Stand made his debut for Sir Michael Stoute at Yarmouth at the beginning of the month and showed up well for a long way on the soft ground. Now with Johnny Murtagh, the 150,000gns yearling is bred to be a flyer so has to be respected. Mr Good Guy should be suited by dropping in trip after showing up well for a long way in a 6f nursery last time.