• 17:00 Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Maiden5f

  • Winner €8,626 2nd €2,000 3rd €875 4th €500
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 0.70s
  • Off time: 17:01:09
17:00 Tipperary Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st The Great War (USA) 3/10
2nd Lupie (IRE) 13/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (1) 6 ROYAL BLUE & YELLOW DIABOLO, royal blue sleeves & cap Cleveland Street (IRE) 8
2 9-5 John Feane P J Smullen 20/121.00
3 (6) 33 Royal blue, yellow hollow box, yellow armlet, check cap Lupie (IRE) 11
2 9-5 A Slattery D P McDonogh 13/27.50
4 (3) ROYAL BLUE, orange disc, striped sleeves & cap The Great War (USA)
2 9-5 A P O'Brien J P O'Brien 3/101.30
5 (5) Light green, red cross sashes, check sleeves, red diamond on cap Blackbriar
2 9-0 T Stack W M Lordan 7/18.00
6 (2) 6 PINK & EMERALD GREEN QUARTERED, check sleeves & cap Bluerince Lady (IRE) 12
2 9-0 Michael Mulvany G F Carroll 33/134.00
7 (4) 4 Royal blue, royal blue & white hooped cap Sauanna Belle (IRE) 12
2 9-0 J P Murtagh N G McCullagh 16/117.00
Non runners
2 (7)Dick Whittington (IRE)29-5A P O'BrienJ A Heffernan


Sauanna Belle was in front of Bluerince Lady when they made their debuts at Navan last week though neither are likely to be good enough here. Lupie has shown good pace in both starts and should prove better than Cleveland Street, who attracted very good support on his debut at Dundalk but was never travelling and finished well beaten. Blackbriar is very speedily-bred and the market should be a good guide to her chances but Ballydoyle run two with Joseph on board THE GREAT WAR. He cost one million dollars as a yearling and is the seventh foal of a mare who has already produced five winners and was a winning miler herself. He could prove better at this stage than stablemate Dick Whittington, a half-brother to a couple of speedy performers, though it's not unheard of for the yard to score with their second string.