• 15:45 Liam Buggy Navan Golf Captain Maiden Hurdle2m 4f

  • Winner €6,900 2nd €1,600 3rd €700 4th €400
  • Going: Soft to Heavy (Chase: Heavy, Soft to Heavy in places)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 38.80s
  • Off time: 15:46:35
15:45 Navan Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Some Tikket (IRE) 4/6
2nd Fergiethelegend (IRE) 9/4
3rd Grove Field (IRE) 13/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 F3U61-U White, large black spots, black spots on sleeves, red cap Active Warrior (IRE) 315
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7 11-12 R Tyner P T Enright 33/134.00
2 00-6 BLACK, yellow cross of lorraine, red & grey striped sleeves, grey & red striped cap Duc D'Anjou (IRE) 16
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8 11-12 L Roche R Loughran 33/134.00
3 002/05 ROYAL BLUE & PINK CHEVRONS, pink sleeves, blue cap Famous Last Words (IRE) 19
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8 11-12 N Cassidy M A Enright (3) 33/134.00
4 26U4P2 BLACK & YELLOW STRIPES, yellow sleeves, red cap Fergiethelegend (IRE) 26
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7 11-12 John G Carr Andrew J McNamara 9/43.25
5 4-752 DARK BLUE, white stars on sleeves, dark blue cap Grove Field (IRE) 19
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6 11-12 C A Murphy R M Power 13/27.50
6 735/1-00 EMERALD GREEN, red sleeves, hooped cap Maya Quest (IRE) 27
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8 11-12 M Fitzsimons R C Colgan 25/126.00
7 FP-7 LIGHT TAN, red hoop, black sleeves, red hoop, red cap Slemishfirth (IRE) 19
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6 11-12 N Meade D J Condon 14/115.00
8 R1 Black, purple seams, black sleeves, purple star on cap Some Tikket (IRE) 16
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6 11-12 D K Weld R P McNamara 4/61.67
9 P-P6P07 LIGHT BLUE, maroon triple diamond, maroon diamonds on sleeves, light blue cap, maroon diamonds The Bard O Tully (IRE) 12
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5 11-11 t B Arthey B Hayes (5) 66/167.00
10 6176 Dark green & red diamonds, dark green sleeves, white cap Not For Burning (IRE) 19
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6 11-5 Mrs D Foster A P Heskin 20/121.00


Some Tikket never looked in any danger when making all in a bumper here at the start of the month. Dermot Weld's six-year-old may take some pegging back on his hurdling debut if he jumps adequately but GROVE FIELD will be staying on when others have cried enough on this tacky ground and may just come out on top. Colm Murphy's charge doesn't do anything quickly but was doing his best work at the finish behind Follow The Sign over this trip at Fairyhouse last month. Fergiethelegend was beaten less than a length by Kashline over 2m6f at Punchestown last time but looks one-paced and has had plenty of chances. Duc D'Anjou has a bit of scope and may prove the pick of the remainder.