• 18:05 Deacy Gilligan Novice Chase2m 1f

  • Winner €14,300 2nd €4,180 3rd €1,980 4th €660
  • Going: Soft, Soft/Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 55.60s
  • Off time: 18:05:39
18:05 Galway Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Imperial Shabra (IRE) 14/1
2nd Laganbank (IRE) Evs


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 216330 BLACK, red spots, black cap, white spots Imperial Shabra (IRE) 4
Distance Winner
8 11-6 P O Brady R P Treacy (7) 117 14/115.00
3 455-21F ROYAL BLUE & WHITE STRIPES, white sleeves, striped cap Laganbank (IRE) 40
Course WinnerDistance Winner
6 11-6 W P Mullins P Townend Evs2.00
4 6610-51 Royal blue, yellow cross of lorraine & sleeves, yellow star on cap Tabhachtach (IRE) 37
Course and Distance Winner
5 11-4 S Slevin Mr M T Slevin (7) 11/26.50
5 490957 MAROON, white panel, halved sleeves, maroon cap Ballyfinboy (IRE) 45
6 11-2 t J R Finn T C Carroll (5) 33/134.00
7 40-2322 Light blue & red hoops, halved sleeves, red cap Lord Ben (IRE) 22
7 11-2 H de Bromhead D N Russell 13/82.62
Non runners
177-1111Baily Green (IRE)611-12M F MorrisD J Casey135
66008F/1-Keep Movin (IRE)911-2David KellyMr P A King


Reverting to hurdles didn't bother Baily Green at Killarney at the start of the month and he extended his winning sequence to four. That run started at Roscommon in May when he beat LAGANBANK by two-and-a-half lengths but Willie Mullins' charge is 6lb better off now and still in touch when falling behind Glibin in a better race over this C&D last month - he can get back to winning ways. Davy Russell lost his irons when Lord Ben blundered badly two out having just been headed at Tramore. He should be winning soon while Tabhachtach is heading in the right direction judged on his C&D win last month and can't be ignored. Imperial Shabra has managed just one win from 28 starts over fences, however, and looks well held by the likes of Baily Green on the form book.