• 15:10 Emmett Leahy Millstream Memorial Veterans Handicap Chase 2m 6f

  • Winner €10,350 2nd €2,400 3rd €1,050 4th €600
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 40.70s
  • Off time: 15:10:13
15:10 Limerick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Valley Of Thrushes (IRE) 8/1
2nd Toomdeely (IRE) 7/1
3rd Sang Bleu (IRE) 11/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 352762 ROYAL BLUE & WHITE CHECK, white sleeves & cap Give Us A Hand (IRE) 26
10 11-8 J A Berry P Townend 118 2/13.00
3 6-04874 MAROON & WHITE HALVED, sleeves reversed, royal blue cap Ponmeoath (IRE) 47
Course Winner
12 11-8 E McNamara R J Jones (3) 118 6/17.00
4 47-197P YELLOW, red epaulettes, emerald green sleeves, yellow cap, red star Droim Toll (IRE) 26
10 11-7 D Hassett M A Enright (5) 117 6/17.00
5 P3462-2 Purple, white hoop, purple cap, white spots Sang Bleu (IRE) 75
Distance Winner
10 11-2 Mrs P Gavin A P Crowe 112 11/26.50
6 541-802 Yellow, emerald green hoop, yellow sleeves, striped cap Doctor Woodfield (IRE) 47
Course Winner
11 10-10 p C Ross R C Colgan 106 4/15.00
7 06-9P37 White, yellow star, light green sleeves & cap Toomdeely (IRE) 100
Distance Winner
10 10-9 p1 P Neville E J O'connell 105 7/18.00
8 6481PP- ROYAL BLUE, white halved sleeves, check cap Kilbane River (IRE) 338
Course WinnerDistance Winner
11 10-6 p J Quinn M Darcy 102 10/111.00
9 56/064P Yellow, black cross sashes, white cap, yellow star Valley Of Thrushes (IRE) 29
11 9-10 V T O'Brien P T Enright 92 8/19.00
Non runners
13002/80-Moka De L'Isle (FR)1211-12Mrs S A BramallJ L Cullen122


DOCTOR WOODFIELD, who finished runner-up in the first running of this veteran's race a year ago, has won here subsequently and gets the vote to go one better after another good run on the track last month. Give Us A Hand has to be a threat after his narrow defeat by Murchu at Fairyhouse but he hardly ever wins and probably prefers further, a remark that also applies to Droim Toll. Sang Bleu looks a bigger threat as his close second to Lion Na Bearnai at Punchestown last May is the best form on view and he will be better for a recent run between the flags. Ponmeoath may prove best of the remainder.