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  • 15:50 Friends Of Tipperary Hurdle 2m

  • (Grade 2) €52,500 added 4yo+ 7 ran
  • Winner €34,125 2nd €9,975 3rd €4,724 4th €1,574
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 3m 45.30s
  • Off time: 15:50:45

Full result

15:50 Tipperary Result 6th October 2013
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st Captain Cee Bee (IRE) 11-10 M P Walsh E P Harty 12 15/8f
Chased leaders, 5th approaching straight, challenged and led from after 2 out, clear from before last, stayed on well, easily opened 15/8 touched 15/8
2nd Midnight Game 11-7 D N Russell W P Mullins 6 3/1
Waited with towards rear, slight mistake 4 out, improved under pressure into moderate 3rd from before last and no impression, kept on into 2nd without troubling winner run-in opened 7/2 touched 7/2
3rd ½ False Economy (IRE) 11-4 B J Geraghty M Hourigan 8 14/1
In rear, squeezed along briefly 4th where a little slow, ridden and progress 3 out, 4th approaching straight, chased winner and no impression in moderate 2nd from before last, opened 12/1 touched 14/1
4th Moon Dice (IRE) 11-4 R M Power P W Flynn 8 12/1
Led and clear, reduced lead from before 4th where a little slow, not entirely fluent 3 out and joined, soon narrow leader again until not fluent 2 out and headed, soon no impression, kept on same pace opened 12/1 touched 12/1
5th Fosters Cross (IRE) 11-4 B J Cooper T Mullins 11 11/2
Prominent, 2nd approaching straight, lost place and no impression from after 2 out, kept on same pace opened 5/1 touched 6/1
6th ½ Foildubh (IRE) 11-4 P Townend J P Ryan 9 7/2
Waited with, 6th approaching straight where raced wide, no impression and kept on same pace from after 2 out opened 9/2 touched 9/2
7th Miley Shah (IRE) 11-7 A E Lynch J P Kenny 8 16/1
Prominent, ridden along on outer in 3rd approaching straight, no extra from after 2 out opened 16/1 touched 16/1
NR Redera (IRE) 11-4 R Walsh A J Martin 7

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £2.90 Tote Place: £1.30,2.10
Straight Forecast: £8.34 Exacta: £9.10


Eddie Harty: "He's something else and he's a class horse. There's not much more you can say about him. It might not have been the strongest Grade Two, but it wasn't a bad race. For a horse of his age it's brilliant. We'll take a deep breath now and see what's coming up, but we won't go to the well too often."