• 14:55 Bet On Your Mobile With Chase2m 2f

  • Winner €14,949 2nd €4,370 3rd €2,070 4th €690
  • Going: Soft to Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 49.10s
  • Off time: 14:55:25
14:55 Thurles Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Mount Benbulben (IRE) 11/4
2nd Lastoftheleaders (IRE) 5/1
3rd Odonimee (IRE) 25/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 P0-1761 RED & EMERALD GREEN STRIPES, red sleeves, check cap Lastoftheleaders (IRE) 25
Distance Winner
10 11-3 A L T Moore D N Russell 143 5/16.00
2 80-6140 DARK BLUE, yellow diamond & sleeves, yellow cap, red diamond Muirhead (IRE) 63
10 11-3 N Meade Paul Carberry 138 14/115.00
3 910F-68 EMERALD GREEN & ORANGE hooped, WHITE cap Quiscover Fontaine (FR) 25
9 11-3 W P Mullins D J Casey 140 16/117.00
4 21F2/PF EMERALD GREEN, yellow chevron & sleeves, red cap Royal De La Thinte (FR) 26
8 11-3 pt J T R Dreaper A E Lynch 136 25/126.00
5 51423F- BLACK, black & yellow check cap Treacle (IRE) 320
12 11-3 T J Taaffe P Townend 132 16/117.00
6 1236-14 BEIGE, dark green diabolo on sleeves, black cap Lambro (IRE) 25
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
8 11-0 W P Mullins R Walsh 143 10/111.91
7 3F1P24 YELLOW, dark blue sash, dark blue cap, yellow star Mount Benbulben (IRE) 33
Course WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 11-0 G Elliott D E Mullins 142 11/43.75
8 1P-F503 DARK BLUE, yellow hoop & armlet, red & black quartered cap Odonimee (IRE) 56
9 10-7 b Laurence Butler M A Enright (5) 130 25/126.00


A strong turnout for this nice prize with LAMBRO, who has four Cheltenham entries, handed the vote despite being beaten by today's rival Lastoftheleaders at Punchestown earlier this month. Willie Mullins' charge was conceding 4lb to the winner on his first start since May and racing over a trip short of his best so this should prove within his capabilities. Stablemate Quiscover Fontaine was well behind in that latter event and is warming up for the Grand National. Muirhead was better than these over hurdles and has managed to win three times over fences so he looks a threat along with Mount Benbulben, who has been in very good form all winter and ran very well in a Grade 2 last time.