• 12:45 Premier Jump Weekend Hurdle2m

  • Winner €6,900 2nd €1,600 3rd €700 4th €400
  • Going: Soft, Yielding to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 10.00s
  • Off time: 12:46:34
12:45 Fairyhouse Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Ally Cascade (IRE) 1/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 30/00U0- EMERALD GREEN, white star, diabolo on sleeves, orange cap All The Aces (IRE) 26
Distance Winner
8 11-12 E Hogan B J Geraghty 127 20/121.00
2 3/12154- MAROON, white star & armlet, maroon cap, white star Ally Cascade (IRE) 297
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
5 11-12 N Meade Paul Carberry 134 1/41.25
4 5064/24- White, red triple diamond & sleeves, quartered cap Flycorn (IRE) 540
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
7 11-12 T Hogan B J Cooper 130 9/25.50
5 7-54821 MAROON & WHITE HOOPS, maroon sleeves, striped cap King William (IRE) 121
Distance Winner
5 11-12 D M Kelly Mr R J Jones (3) 12/113.00
Non runners
31141Devils Bride (IRE)611-12W P MullinsR Walsh


ALLY CASCADE reappears after a long absence but won a bumper on his return a year ago. His close second to the top-class Jezki at Naas in October was a superb effort but, after winning a Thurles maiden, he was well beaten in two higher grade events at Leopardstown. He can make a successful return though Flycorn competed at a high level in 2011/12 and his poor run behind Mickelson at Ballinrobe in May of last year is no real reflection of his ability. King William has been making good progress over timber and landed a maiden with plenty in hand at Ballinrobe in July while Devils Bride easily landed his first two starts in bumpers before being surprisingly beaten at Galway. The latter made a winning start over hurdles at Limerick but will need to jump better to beat these stronger rivals.