• 14:35 Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Mares Beginners Chase2m 3f

  • Winner €11,040 2nd €2,560 3rd €1,120 4th €640
  • Going: Soft to Heavy, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 35.30s
  • Off time: 14:36:38
14:35 Naas Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Charlie's Vic (IRE) 15/2
2nd Our Girl Salley (IRE) 4/5
3rd Mae's Choice (IRE) 4/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 215128- EMERALD GREEN & ORANGE hooped, WHITE cap A Country Girl (IRE) 316
Beaten Favourite
6 11-7 C Roche A P Crowe 16/117.00
2 PP/PF31 Emerald green & royal blue quartered, em green sleeves, striped cap A Special Lady (IRE) 50
8 11-7 L Lennon Mr J Creswell (7) 50/151.00
3 7316-33 YELLOW, emerald green chevron, quartered cap Carrig Millie (IRE) 38
Beaten Favourite
8 11-7 M Cullen D N Russell 114 9/25.50
4 2/F125-7 PURPLE & YELLOW CHECK, yellow sleeves, purple armlet, quartered cap Castle Genie (IRE) 38
7 11-7 P F Cashman P T Enright 33/134.00
5 2114-P7 YELLOW & PURPLE CHEVRONS, yellow sleeves, purple cap, yellow star Charlie's Vic (IRE) 37
6 11-7 N C Kelly D R Fox (7) 15/28.50
6 1-34245 EMERALD GREEN & ORANGE CHEVRONS, orange sleeves, orange cap, emerald green star Mae's Choice (IRE) 8
7 11-7 G Elliott Paul Carberry 4/15.00
7 5U0748 Pink, black cross sashes, pink cap Magdoodle (IRE) 73
8 11-7 b M Doyle P Merrigan 107 33/134.00
8 305-222 BLACK, white sash & sleeves, red cap, white star Our Girl Salley (IRE) 35
Beaten Favourite
8 11-7 Mrs P Dobbs B J Geraghty 128 4/51.80
9 11/F-P6U Black & yellow chevrons, black sleeves, yellow spots on cap Robyns Pride (IRE) 8
8 11-7 t William P Murphy B M Cash 33/134.00
10 538867 ROYAL BLUE & WHITE CHECK, white sleeves & cap Sweet Maria (IRE) 22
7 11-7 J A Berry A F O'Neill 92 33/134.00


Our Girl Salley is very game and consistent and the fact that she's been runner-up three times over fences against strong opposition will ensure she is a short price here. However, she was beaten almost 12l by MAE'S CHOICE over hurdles at Punchestown in April and it's the latter who gets the vote. She made a bright start over fences at Thurles in November but didn't go quite as well at Cork last month and was given a confidence booster back over hurdles. She should be suited by this extra distance and holds Carrig Millie on that run at Thurles. A Country Girl has always threatened to do better and chasing could be her game so she's one to watch for the future.