• 15:45 Follow Fairyhouse On Twitter Flat Race2m 2f

  • Winner €4,830 2nd €1,120 3rd €490 4th €280
  • Going: Heavy (Soft to Heavy in places)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 36.80s
  • Off time: 15:50:13
15:45 Fairyhouse Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Defy Logic (IRE) 6/4
2nd Lots Of Memories (IRE) 8/1
3rd King Shabra (IRE) 50/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 841- EMERALD GREEN, yellow sash, black cap Boondooma (IRE) 262
5 12-0 Michael C Griffin Mr J Griffin (7) 20/121.00
2 2- EMERALD GREEN & ORANGE hooped, WHITE cap Defy Logic (IRE) 276
5 12-0 b1 P Nolan Mr A J Berry (3) 6/42.50
3 2 WHITE, emerald green stars, white sleeves, quartered cap Lots Of Memories (IRE) 24
5 12-0 P G Fahey Mr M Fahey (3) 8/19.00
4 0 BLACK & YELLOW HOOPS, emerald green cap, black star Mista Wabbit Man 199
6 12-0 R Donohoe Mr J M Barcoe (7) 50/151.00
5 40-5 RED, black star, red cap, black stars Oscar Glen Glen (IRE) 15
6 12-0 D Miley Mr M D Byrne (7) 14/115.00
6 0/33- YELLOW, royal blue disc, halved sleeves, quartered cap Some Drama (IRE) 212
5 12-0 D A McLoughlin N M Kelly (7) 12/113.00
7 804 BLACK, red spots, black cap, white spots King Shabra (IRE) 10
4 11-11 t P O Brady Mr B O'Neill (5) 50/151.00
8 32 CERISE Silver Tassie (IRE) 18
Beaten Favourite
4 11-11 N Meade Ms N Carberry 5/42.25
9 5 BROWN, white cross of lorraine & sleeves, white cap Our Maimie (IRE) 18
6 11-7 R McGlinchey Miss J M Mangan (7) 14/115.00


SILVER TASSIE has been a costly failure on his two starts to date though there were genuine excuses for his defeat at Down Royal last time as the pace of the race was pedestrian to say the least. He's more of a staying type so today's longer trip and testing ground should play to his strengths. He's handed the vote though Defy Logic looks a big threat. Paul Nolan's charge made a very satisfactory racecourse debut behind Sizing Gold at Navan in February though it's a bit surprising to see him equipped with blinkers here. Lots Of Memories also made a fine start to his career when only just failing to hold King Of Firth at Galway. That was a fine effort and with further progress virtually guaranteed he has to be in the shake-up. Our Mamie caught the eye with a promising debut at Down Royal and is another to keep an eye on in an interesting bumper.