• 19:40 Racing Post Handicap Chase2m 1f

  • Winner €15,275 2nd €4,465 3rd €2,116 4th €705
  • Going: Good to Firm (Good in Places Flat: Good in places)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 2.10s
  • Off time: 19:40:36
19:40 Killarney Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Prince Of Fire (GER) 6/1
2nd Absolutlyfantastic 11/10


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 325562- DARK BLUE, emerald green seams, white cap Tranquil Sea (IRE) 82
Distance Winner
11 11-12 t E J O'Grady B J Geraghty 147 11/112.00
2 516/11F- Emerald Green, Yellow chevron and sleeves, White cap Go All The Way (IRE) 269
Beaten FavouriteCourse Winner
8 11-5 J T R Dreaper K M Donoghue (3) 140 6/17.00
4 17715-3 Red and White stripes, Black sleeves, White armlets, Red cap, Black star Mister Matt (IRE) 48
Distance Winner
10 10-5 R H Buckler A Glassonbury 126 13/27.50
5 137P2-F EMERALD GREEN, yellow chevron & sleeves, red cap Absolutlyfantastic 65
Beaten FavouriteDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 9-13 H de Bromhead A E Lynch 120 11/102.10
6 377U-26 WHITE, black star, black stars on sleeves, black star on cap Mahrajaan (USA) 10
Distance Winner
10 9-12 C Byrnes M A Enright (3) 119 7/18.00
7 503P-50 ROYAL BLUE & YELLOW DIABOLO, yellow chevrons on sleeves, white cap Banna Man (IRE) 10
Course WinnerDistance Winner
13 9-10 T J O'Mara P T Enright 116 20/121.00
8 60310-0 EMERALD GREEN & ORANGE hooped, WHITE cap Prince Of Fire (GER) 10
8 9-10 C F Swan D J Casey 116 6/17.00
Non runners
328-1206Uncle Tom Cobley (IRE)910-10C O'DwyerD N Russell131


This has attracted a really strong line-up and the teenage Banna Man, who is a standing dish around here and was only just touched off a year ago, may find it too hot this time around. Bob Buckler sends the six-times chase winner Mister Matt from the UK and he'll appreciate the quick ground better than most while the excellent Tranquil Sea is going for his 13th career victory on his 40th start and arrives in good form after a fine run behind Klepht at the Punchestown Festival. Absolutlyfantastic hasn't won as often as he should have but he's a talented performer when getting things right and has to be of interest from this mark. GO ALL THE WAY is an exciting prospect for Jim Dreaper having made a spectacular start over fences at this meeting a year ago and following up in even easier fashion a month later. He fell at Cheltenham when last seen in October where he played up in the preliminaries and has been given plenty of time to get over that mishap so gets the vote.