• 15:50 Limerick Racecourse Annual Membership Flat Race2m 2f

  • Winner €5,520 2nd €1,280 3rd €560 4th €320
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 52.50s
  • Off time: 15:50:40
15:50 Limerick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Lord Adare (IRE) 13/2
2nd Golan Dancer (IRE) 20/1
3rd Ballagh (IRE) 15/8


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
3 0-93 ROYAL BLUE & YELLOW HALVED, yellow diamonds on sleeves,blue cap,yellow diamonds Garri Rua (IRE) 21
6 12-0 K Purcell Mr P Power (7) 3/14.00
4 5-0 WHITE & DARK BLUE CHEVRONS, striped sleeves, white cap Golan Dancer (IRE) 209
5 12-0 D Kenneally Mr E P O'Brien (7) 20/121.00
5 P1-2 Black & emerald green quartered, yellow sleeves, black & emerald green quartered cap Hackets Folly (IRE) 14
5 12-0 p1 William P Murphy Mr H D Dunne (7) 15/28.50
6 EMERALD GREEN, beige sleeves, emerald green cap, red spots Lord Adare (IRE)
5 12-0 C Byrnes Mr B O'Neill (3) 13/27.50
7 8P- ROYAL BLUE, yellow sleeves, check cap Sydney Thompson (IRE) 319
7 12-0 R O'Neill Mr J W O'Neill (7) 33/134.00
8 5 MAUVE, mauve cap, pink star Ballagh (IRE) 42
4 11-11 C F Swan Mr K E Power 15/82.88
9 P7 RED, emerald green cross of lorraine, red sleeves, emerald green seams, white cap Cappacurry Zak (IRE) 21
4 11-11 L Young Mr D Skehan (7) 25/126.00
10 5 MAROON, white star & armlet, maroon cap, white star Flame And Flower (IRE) 21
4 11-11 C O'Dwyer Mr P A King (7) 9/25.50
12 06740/5- WHITE, maroon disc, maroon sleeves, striped cap Niamh Machine (IRE) 396
6 11-7 Mark Fahey Miss N Fahey (7) 14/115.00
Non runners
1FPCape Epic (IRE)512-0T J O'MaraMr J T Carroll
22Clounts Meadows (IRE)612-0J J WalshA McCurtin
110-4Tulsa Jack (IRE)411-11N MeadeMs N Carberry
13Joy Neville411-4E McNamaraB J Foley


Tulsa Jack made his debut in April and didn't reappear until three weeks ago where he wasn't beaten far by Montys Meadow at Cork. He'll have come on for that and should be in the shake-up but he was behind CLOUNTS MEADOWS and Garri Rua in that Cork even and, as the former was making his racecourse debut there's no reason why he shouldn't confirm the form and take this. Ballagh made a reasonable start behind the useful Rathvinden at Cork last month while the betting should tell us more about Lord Adare, a half-brother to a couple of winners.