• 17:25 Style Evening At Tramore Races Claiming Race1m 4f

  • Winner €4,830 2nd €1,121 3rd €490 4th €280
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 48.00s
  • Off time: 17:24:54
17:25 Tramore Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Beliar (GER) 11/2
2nd Quai Du Roi (IRE) 8/1
3rd Peaks Of Fire (IRE) 11/10


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 72380-1 ORANGE, black star & stars on sleeves, white cap Peaks Of Fire (IRE) 5
4 10-0 p1 K J Condon S Foley 77 11/102.10
2 570/0-21 WHITE & BLACK HOOPS, white cap, black star Beliar (GER) 21
Course WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 9-12 t1 E Doyle D M Grant 56 11/26.50
3 790-551 WHITE, royal blue hoop, check cap Gra Geal Mo Chroi (IRE) 46
6 9-11 p A Leahy E J McNamara (3) 69 7/24.50
4 94/260-9 EMERALD GREEN, yellow epaulettes, yellow cap, emerald green star Quai Du Roi (IRE) 1
9 9-10 T G McCourt P Townend 72 8/19.00
5 0-909 PINK & WHITE DIAMONDS, white sleeves, white diamond on cap Tide Runner 85
5 9-10 J J Murphy Ben Curtis 25/126.00
6 06 BROWN, emerald green diamond & cap Sacre Malta (FR) 22
5 9-8 P Sinnott W J Lee (5) 33/134.00
7 185017/ Emerald green, light blue star & sleeves, light blue star on cap Bandama (IRE) 15
Course WinnerDistance Winner
8 9-7 p J J Hanlon J A Heffernan 80 7/18.00
8 000/0-09 WHITE, dark blue diamond, orange cap African Flight 33
6 9-6 N Henley A P Thornton (5) 44 50/151.00


Bandama, a maiden hurdle winner here on fast ground in August, is favoured by the conditions but has been in poor form over timber and fences. Beliar won a C&D handicap in June but has never really taken to hurdling and has been well beaten on two subsequent starts. He should do better back on the Flat but is rated almost a stone behind Gra Geal Mo Chroi, who comfortably landed a Sligo claimer last time but is best with some give in the ground. PEAKS OF FIRE gained his first success on the level at Killarney last month and showed himself in decent form with a fair run over hurdles at Ballinrobe on Monday. His stable is in good form and he should be good enough for this, though Quai Du Roi was in good form on fast ground at this time last summer and is respected.