• 18:35 Kiltoom Handicap Chase2m 5f

  • Winner €10,006 2nd €2,320 3rd €1,015 4th €580
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 43.30s
  • Off time: 18:35:10
18:35 Roscommon Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Orpheus Valley (IRE) 4/1
2nd Good Luck Chuck (IRE) 5/1
3rd Bullock Harbour (IRE) 4/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 49-6165 YELLOW, dark blue sash, dark blue cap, yellow star Bullock Harbour (IRE) 67
Course and Distance Winner
8 11-8 Mrs J Harrington R M Power 120 4/15.00
2 2828/02 ROYAL BLUE, white cross of lorraine, white armlet, red cap, royal blue star Orpheus Valley (IRE) 31
Distance Winner
9 11-6 t T Gibney A P Heskin (3) 118 4/15.00
3 76P/B24 YELLOW, red hoop, yellow sleeves, check cap His Highness (IRE) 31
9 11-4 M f O'dowd A P Thornton 116 7/18.00
4 2U41-P1 ORANGE, white diamond, orange cap, white diamonds Good Luck Chuck (IRE) 71
8 10-13 bt D M Kelly M A Enright (5) 111 5/16.00
5 6-7P597 Emerald green & orange hoops, white cap Life Of Reilly (NZ) 31
8 10-12 J E Kiely M P Walsh 110 18/119.00
6 008024 EMERALD GREEN, white diamonds on sleeves, emerald green cap, white diamond Clarkey (IRE) 12
Beaten Favourite
11 10-10 b C Roche A P Crowe 108 14/115.00
7 9952P6 ROYAL BLUE, white sleeves, yellow cap The Lady Granuaile (USA) 19
7 10-9 Mrs P Gavin Mr H D Dunne (7) 107 8/19.00
8 73001P YELLOW, black chevron & chevrons on sleeves, yellow cap, black spots Weslife (IRE) 7
7 10-9 I Madden D E Splaine (5) 107 12/113.00
9 7035-50 Emerald green & orange hooped, orange and  emerald green quartered cap Down Under (IRE) 20
5 10-7 F Flood N P Madden 105 11/112.00
11 P-1358F YELLOW, maroon stars, yellow & emerald green hooped sleeves & cap Western Island (IRE) 20
9 9-10 E Cawley P T Enright 94 8/19.00
Non runners
10503-2P0Ard Agus Fada (IRE)99-10P J RothwellD J Bates94


Bullock Harbour is the only one of these to have won over the course which he did in June but his two subsequent runs have been disappointing. Orpheus Valley ran his best race over fences for some time when runner-up to Kalellshan at Killarney last month and, as that was only his second start for 18 months he looks a big threat to all. If the going dries out a little than GOOD LUCK CHUCK should have no problems taking this as he could hardly have been more impressive on soft ground at Tipperary in July. His previous victory over fences came on fast going so further rain wouldn't help but he still looks the one to be on. Clarkey last won over a year ago but he's now on a 5lb lower mark so shouldn't be dismissed despite a moderate run last time.