• 20:05 Visit Us On Facebook Mares Beginners Chase2m 3f

  • Winner €5,520 2nd €1,280 3rd €560 4th €320
  • Going: Good to firm (watering)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 26.20s
  • Off time: 20:08:32
20:05 Wexford Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Pestal And Mortar (IRE) 8/1
2nd Leblon (IRE) 4/5
3rd Rossa Parks (IRE) 10/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 4P/00-06 EMERALD GREEN & WHITE HOOPS, white sleeves, green armlet, orange cap Aces And Queens (IRE) 19
9 11-7 W Newman B M Cash 25/126.00
2 3022-77 Black & orange halved, hooped sleeves, black cap Dominetta Vitali (IRE) 21
7 11-7 M P Sunderland Mr H D Dunne (7) 9/25.50
3 45-3P69 RED & YELLOW DIAMONDS, red sleeves, yellow cap Kitts Delight (IRE) 21
6 11-7 M O Quigley J L Cullen 25/126.00
4 F8054-5 EMERALD GREEN & WHITE HOOPED, red & white quartered cap Leblon (IRE) 35
7 11-7 H de Bromhead A E Lynch 111 4/51.80
5 3345-P7 Maroon & em green diabolo, maroon sleeves, em green armlet, quartered cap Monks Return (IRE) 7
8 11-7 p R P Rath I J McCarthy (3) 33/134.00
6 08579-9 Emerald green, purple spots, purple cap Nodelay (IRE) 49
8 11-7 p1 C A McBratney Andrew J McNamara 8/19.00
7 27477-3 Beige, black epaulettes, black chevrons on sleeves, hooped cap Pestal And Mortar (IRE) 7
8 11-7 F G Hand M J Bolger (3) 8/19.00
8 09-7336 Dark green, white hoop, white armlet, red cap, dark green star Rossa Parks (IRE) 9
Distance Winner
7 11-7 S Aherne P F Mangan 92 10/111.00
9 345-295 BLACK & WHITE DIABOLO, white sleeves, quartered cap Vinnes Friend (IRE) 10
Course Winner
9 11-7 P J Rothwell A Ring (7) 94 8/19.00
10 33 RED, white cross of lorraine & sleeves, black cap Black Lily (IRE) 55
5 11-3 D O'Brien D E Splaine (5) 25/126.00


LEBLON has been tried in some decent company in the past and Henry De Bromhead's mare was in the process of running another creditable race at Down Royal before she spoiled her chance with a bad mistake at the last. This looks an easier assignment and we are happy to offer her another chance. Nodelay is a winner of three races over hurdles, and she makes a belated switch to fences. Were she able to run up to the marks she obtained at that discipline, she has to be treated with plenty of respect. Dominetta Vitali appears at her best with some give underfoot, while Rossa Parks looked useful when landing a maiden hurdle at Limerick but Sean Ahene's seven-year-old has failed to get her head in front since.