• 16:40 T.V.O'Brien Memorial Flat Race2m

  • Winner €6,210 2nd €1,440 3rd €630 4th €360
  • Going: Yielding, Yielding to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 6.90s
  • Off time: 16:41:07
16:40 Galway Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st King Of Firth (IRE) 7/4
2nd Lots Of Memories (IRE) 14/1
3rd Aerlite Supreme (IRE) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 ROYAL BLUE, white spots, striped sleeves, white cap, maroon diamond Aerlite Supreme (IRE)
5 12-0 M Hourigan T Kelly (7) 12/113.00
2 6452- Emerald green, white stars, white sleeves, em green cap, white stars Clar Na Mionn (IRE) 188
5 12-0 V T O'Brien Mr T M O'Brien (7) 7/24.50
3 7 EMERALD GREEN & LIGHT GREEN DIAMONDS, light green sleeves, check cap Don't Know (IRE) 10
5 12-0 I Madden Miss J M Mangan (7) 20/121.00
4 53-3 Emerald green & mauve halved, slvs reversed, quartered cap King Of Firth (IRE) 42
Beaten Favourite
5 12-0 Ms M Mullins Mr P W Mullins 7/42.75
5 WHITE, emerald green stars, white sleeves, quartered cap Lots Of Memories (IRE)
5 12-0 P G Fahey Mr M Fahey (3) 14/115.00
6 3652 WHITE, emerald green stars, yellow sleeves, maroon cap, white stars Pyrus Gold Wind (IRE) 47
5 12-0 S J Mahon Miss A B O'Connor (7) 8/19.00
7 ROYAL BLUE, yellow sleeves, check cap Sydney Thompson (IRE)
6 12-0 R O'Neill Mr J W O'Neill (7) 14/115.00
8 Red & black hoops, red sleeves, black star on cap Glen Beg (IRE)
5 11-7 Miss E Doyle Mr J J King (7) 5/16.00
9 4 PINK & EMERALD GREEN QUARTERED, check sleeves & cap Send For Mary (IRE) 29
6 11-7 Michael Mulvany Mr J O'Sullivan (7) 13/27.50


Clar Na Mionn showed enough ability last spring to suggest he can get competitive but faces a stiff task on his return as both KING OF FIRTH and Pyrus Gold Wind have been going well. The former just gets the vote as he's been up against strong opposition and led into the straight before fading on his two latest starts so hopefully will be ridden with a bit more restraint. Pyrus Gold Wind ran a fine race behind Dr Linzi here last month and with progress expected will make a bold bid along with Send For Mary, who made a fair debut at Navan. Mick Hourigan's Aerlite Supreme has a fine jumping pedigree and looks best of the newcomers.