Tipperary

  • 19:05 Camas Park Stud E.B.F. Maiden7f 100y

  • Winner €9,660 2nd €2,240 3rd €980 4th €560
  • Going: Good (Round - Good to Firm, Good in places)
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 35.08s
  • Off time: 19:07:28
19:05 Tipperary Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Buffalo Billy (IRE) 5/2
2nd Absolute Crackers (IRE) 9/1
3rd Livia Galilei (IRE) 7/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (7) PURPLE, yellow cross of lorraine, yellow cap Acorn Valley (USA)
2 9-3 D K Weld P J Smullen 16/117.00
3 (12) 43 Yellow, dark blue slvs, black cap Buffalo Billy (IRE) 17
2 9-3 J M Oxx Johnny Murtagh 5/23.50
4 (3) Maroon, maroon & grey striped sleeves, maroon cap Irish Fling (IRE)
2 9-3 D Wachman W J Lee 16/117.00
5 (13) 3 ROYAL BLUE, orange disc, striped sleeves & cap Requisition (IRE) 14
2 9-3 A P O'Brien J P O'Brien (3) Evs2.00
6 (14) Red, white hoop, white armlet, white cap, red diamond Seanie (IRE)
2 9-3 D Marnane D P McDonogh 16/117.00
7 (9) 67 Red, white diamond, white diamonds on sleeves, quartered cap Toms Turn (IRE) 41
2 9-3 J F O'Shea S M Gorey (3) 66/167.00
8 (4) 7 GREEN & RED HOOPS, white cap Absolute Crackers (IRE) 17
2 8-12 Mrs J Harrington S Foley 9/110.00
9 (8) 97 DARK GREEN, yellow sash, hooped sleeves & cap Drombeg's Choice (IRE) 18
2 8-12 A Leahy C D Hayes 33/134.00
10 (10) 0 ROYAL BLUE, white inverted triangle, diabolo on sleeves, royal blue cap Foreign Princess (IRE) 18
2 8-12 J J Murphy S H James (5) 80/181.00
11 (11) 0 White, black seams, black sleeves, black & white quartered cap Forever Fudge (IRE) 8
2 8-12 D P Nagle M C Hussey 100/1101.00
12 (1) RED & ROYAL BLUE DIAMONDS, red sleeves, royal blue diamond on cap Livia Galilei (IRE)
2 8-12 J S Bolger K J Manning 7/18.00
13 (5) RED, blue sleeves, black cap Miss Ellany (IRE)
2 8-12 P F O'Donnell G F Carroll 33/134.00
14 (2) Purple, pink star, pink stars on sleeves, pink star on cap Ronan's Bay (USA)
2 8-12 G Kent D M Grant 50/151.00
Non runners
2 (6)0Bigearsonmyright (FR)29-3P MartinB A Curtis

Verdict

There are some choicely-bred newcomers worth keeping an eye on but the experience of REQUISITION and Buffalo Billy should count here. The former made a reasonable start behind odds-on stablemate Learnt at Leopardstown a couple of weeks ago and may just have enough scope to see off John Oxx' colt, who stepped up on a promising debut when producing a fine effort behind Tiffilia at Naas. Acorn Valley is out of a mare who won several times in the USA and looks one for the future as does David Wachman's Irish Fling, who hails from a very speedy family. The filly Livia Galilei is closely related to several useful winners and Jim Bolger's juveniles have been going well all season so she's definitely one for the short-list.