• 16:15 Toboradora Flat Race2m

  • Winner €4,830 2nd €1,190 3rd €560 4th €350
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 13.30s
  • Off time: 16:15:32
16:15 Thurles Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Under The Arch (USA) 7/1
2nd Ahyaknowyerself (IRE) 10/1
3rd Ample Appeal (IRE) 11/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 5-4 YELLOW, dark blue sash, dark blue cap, yellow star Ahyaknowyerself (IRE) 26
4 11-7 A Mullins Mr P G Murphy (3) 10/111.00
2 2- MAUVE & YELLOW HALVED, sleeves reversed, yellow star on cap Ample Appeal (IRE) 214
4 11-7 t1 P J Rothwell Mr J J Codd 11/112.00
3 Mauve & purple chevrons, purple cap, mauve star Art Music (USA)
4 11-7 Mrs J Harrington Mr M Fahey (3) 6/17.00
4 6 DARK BLUE, white chevron & sleeves, striped cap Brick Hill (IRE) 21
4 11-7 Noel Dempsey Mr J Dempsey (7) 66/167.00
5 6 White & red hoops, striped sleeves, hooped cap Charlie Swift (IRE) 40
4 11-7 V Halley Mr P Power (7) 12/113.00
6 R DARK BLUE, yellow stars on sleeves, yellow star on cap Kastani Beach (IRE) 59
4 11-7 A K Wyse Mr J T McNamara 33/134.00
7 212 DARK GREEN & PURPLE HALVED, sleeves reversed, red cap Pocket Reader 11
4 11-7 E Bolger Ms N Carberry 11/43.75
8 U-23 ROYAL BLUE, yellow diamond, white sleeves, black cap Steele's Rock (IRE) 34
4 11-7 K Purcell Mr J E Burns (5) 7/18.00
9 F-52P Dark blue, large pink spots, pink spots on sleeves, dark blue cap, pink spots Tadhg (IRE) 101
4 11-7 E J O'Grady Mr J T Carroll (5) 10/111.00
10 RED, blue sleeves, black cap The Scowrogue (IRE)
4 11-7 P F O'Donnell Mr C Motherway (3) 33/134.00
11 27- YELLOW & PURPLE QUARTERED, yellow sleeves, purple armlet, quartered cap Under The Arch (USA) 207
4 11-7 E Griffin M P Fogarty (5) 7/18.00
12 2 White, royal blue stars, emerald green & yellow striped sleeves, red cap, royal blue stars Watchmetail (IRE) 21
4 11-7 Ms M Mullins Mr P W Mullins 5/16.00


Nina Carberry, who has won this twice in the past four years, was on board Under The Arch when he ran in a strong Limerick bumper won by Hidden Universe in May. This time, however, she takes the ride on Enda Bolger's POCKET READER and the move can be successful. A winner between the flags at Ballingarry in June, he ran very well when just touched off by One Fine Morning over timber at Galway last month and should have enough pace for this. Watchmetal made a fair start to his career at Punchestown though he was a long way behind the winner Staying Article. Charlie Swift didn't disgrace himself in a huge field at Navan in September and will have come on for the experience.