• 18:00 Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Maiden7f

  • Winner €7,590 2nd €1,760 3rd €770 4th €440
  • Going: Good to Yielding
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 34.33s
  • Off time: 18:00:52
18:00 Roscommon Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Abushamah (IRE) 10/3
2nd Angel Of Joy (IRE) 5/2
3rd Rousayan (IRE) 6/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (7) 00 EmGreen & royal blue diabolo, emGreen sleeves, emGreen cap, royal blue stars Hughies Bay (IRE) 17
4 10-1 h G Donnelly G J Phillips (5) 100/1101.00
3 (5) 4335-5 Royal blue,white epaulettes, light blue and dark Blue striped cap Abushamah (IRE) 43
3 9-5 h K Prendergast C D Hayes 81 10/34.33
4 (8) 29 MAUVE, black seams, dark blue sleeves, mauve cap Angel Of Joy (IRE) 22
3 9-5 G M Lyons C T Keane (3) 5/23.50
5 (3) 0 White, maroon cross of lorraine & sleeves, white cap, black diamonds Boston Icon (USA) 17
3 9-5 P Martin D P McDonogh 66/167.00
6 (11) 60 Dark blue, red & dark blue striped sleeves, red cap Bwindi (IRE) 11
3 9-5 J P Murtagh N G McCullagh 33/134.00
7 (4) 000- BEIGE, dark blue cross of lorraine & sleeves, dark blue cap, beige star Oighear Fuar (IRE) 213
3 9-5 A J Martin Fran Berry 28/129.00
8 (6) 53645-3 Red, white hoop, white armlet, white cap, red diamond Paddy Mac (USA) 53
3 9-5 D Marnane W M Lordan 71 7/18.00
9 (9) 3-05 GREEN, red epaulettes, green cap Rousayan (IRE) 44
3 9-5 v1 D K Weld P J Smullen 79 6/42.50
11 (2) 2747-27 BLACK & LIGHT GREEN QUARTERED, light green sleeves, quartered cap The Panhandler (IRE) 27
3 9-5 b T Doyle W J Lee 70 12/113.00
Non runners
2 (1)8452-03Red All Star (IRE)410-1P MartinR P Whelan79
10 (10)62Texas Rock (IRE)39-5M C GrassickJ P O'Brien


Angel Of Joy looked a certain future winner when runner-up on his debut at Gowran but ran very moderately on his next start at Navan. Red All Star made a brave attempt to lead all the way at Fairyhouse and stayed on when passed in the final furlong so he should be competitive, but Abushamah dropped away quickly over 1m1f at Gowran so may prove more effective over the shorter trip. Paddy Mac showed the occasional glimpse of promise last season and will be better for his run at Tipperary in April but another chance is given to ROUSAYAN. Dermot Weld's charge made such a promising debut at Leopardstown in November that he started a short-priced favourite on his return at the Curragh. He disappointed there and didn't appear to stay a mile at Limerick last time but hopefully this can prove within his capabilities.