• 16:10 Malton Chase2m 4f 120y

  • Winner €10,694 2nd €2,480 3rd €1,085 4th €620
  • Going: Yielding
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 10.10s
  • Off time: 16:10:28
16:10 Killarney Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Baily Green (IRE) 8/11
2nd Lambro (IRE) 6/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 1F633-5 MAROON, pink sleeves, white cap Foildubh (IRE) 11
10 11-9 J P Ryan A E Lynch 153 7/24.50
2 528F24- Emerald green,orange star,emGreen sleeves,orange stars,green cap,orange stars Baily Green (IRE) 12
Course Winner
8 11-2 t M F Morris D J Casey 151 8/111.73
3 31111/3- MADONNA BLUE, brown cross belts, check cap Down In Neworleans (IRE) 43
9 11-2 Ms M Mullins D E Mullins 8/19.00
4 60P/9P-9 BEIGE, dark green diabolo on sleeves, black cap Lambro (IRE) 11
9 11-2 D T Hughes R Loughran 138 6/17.00
5 114PP/0- RED, black seams, striped sleeves & cap Pride Of The Artic (IRE) 284
9 11-2 Peter Fahey A D Leigh 137 25/126.00


Pride Of The Artic isn't quite the forlorn hope his figures suggest as he looked very promising when completing a four-timer in 2012 and hasn't had much racing subsequently. He was behind Lambro in last year's Galway Plate and the latter looked in need of the run on his reappearance at Punchestown. Down In Neworleans also completed a four-timer in 2012 including a Grade 3. He didn't reappear until March where he was soon in trouble in a Grade 2 won by Bog Warrior at Navan and is best watched today. BAILY GREEN finished runner-up that day having previously fallen when in contention in the Champion Chase. He's since run well behind Sizing Europe in the Punchestown equivalent and he should be capable of beating Foildubh in receipt of 7lb though John Ryan's veteran can never be ruled out having won eight times in a long and successful career.