Sligo

  • 19:20 Kilcawley Construction Sligo Maiden Hurdle2m

  • Winner €6,037 2nd €1,400 3rd €612 4th €350
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 57.00s
  • Off time: 19:20:20
19:20 Sligo Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Tawseef (IRE) 11/8
2nd Island Villa (IRE) 3/1
3rd Rebel Laker (IRE) 11/4

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 8322-46 Light blue & yellow hoops, light blue sleeves, quartered cap Tawseef (IRE) 20
6 11-12 C Bowe Andrew J McNamara 119 11/82.38
2 070 Royal blue, yellow spots, striped sleeves, yellow cap, royal blue spots Adventure Boy (IRE) 34
6 11-4 T Gibney A P Heskin 33/134.00
3 004-808 WHITE, royal blue sash, royal blue chevrons on sleeves, white cap Exit Seven (IRE) 46
5 11-4 T G McCourt J J Burke (5) 93 12/113.00
4 0-07263 WHITE, royal blue stars, royal blue armlet, royal blue star on cap Island Villa (IRE) 12
5 11-4 Denis Hogan D G Hogan 102 3/14.00
5 F-P06 YELLOW, black chevron & chevrons on sleeves, yellow cap, black spots Max Fire (IRE) 32
7 11-4 v1 I Madden A E Lynch 33/134.00
6 0- ROYAL BLUE & RED QUARTERED, halved sleeves, red cap Plastiki 24
5 11-4 t1 T J O'Mara M J Ferris 50/151.00
7 9434-4 MAROON, white triple diamond, maroon sleeves, white seams, white cap, maroon diamond Rebel Laker (IRE) 12
Beaten Favourite
5 11-4 P Martin S A Shortall (7) 104 11/43.75
8 WHITE & MAROON CHECK Scorpion Star (IRE)
5 11-4 A Lynch R C Colgan 20/121.00
9 40 WHITE, red stars, red sleeves, red cap, white star The Trigger (IRE) 20
5 11-4 Mrs S Dawson M F Mooney 50/151.00
10 UF400-7 EMERALD GREEN, yellow braces, white cap Monroe's Live (IRE) 8
6 10-11 J Monroe M J Bolger 66/167.00

Verdict

TAWSEEF (NAP) was beaten 19 lengths at Galway last month but really ought to be up to a winning a race like this if reproducing the form he showed when second at Limerick and Fairyhouse in April. According to the handicapper, he has 15lb in hand on Rebel Laker who failed to justify favouritism in a similar contest here 12 days ago when he finished just ahead of the thoroughly-exposed Island Villa. Exit Seven ran well at Limerick in the spring but has shown little in three subsequent outings.