17:00 Dundalk

Sunday 12 July 2020

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  • Ireland Thanks You Handicap (45-70) (Div 1)
  • 1m 2f 150y  |   Standard  |   13 Runners  |   Polytrack
  • Weighed In
  • Off time: 17:01  |   Winning time: 2m 18.36s
1st
11
(1)
49-5
9/1
T: Denis HoganJ: James J Doyle
Chased leaders, 6th after halfway, ridden over 2f out, progress 1 1/2f out, stayed on to 2nd under 1f out, kept on well to lead final strides op 8/1
2nd
nk
13
(7)
11/4f
T: J P O'BrienJ: D McMonagle (7)
Tracked leader, 4th halfway, travelled well to strongly press leader under 2f out, led over 1f out, drifted right final 150 yards, soon ridden, kept on, headed final strides op 7/2
3rd
4 ½
3
(2)
14/1
T: Michael MulvanyJ: B M Coen (3)
Tracked leader early, soon led, headed after 2f, 3rd halfway, closed 2f out, soon ridden, 2nd over 1f out, dropped to 3rd under 1f out, kept on one pace tchd 12/1
4th
nk
5
(11)
13/2
T: M HalfordJ: S P Davis
Rear of mid-division, 12th after halfway, progress 1 1/2f out, soon ridden, 5th 1f out, kept on to 4th closing stages, never nearer op 7/1 tchd 6/1 and tchd 15/2
5th
1 ¼
1
(10)
22/1
T: J C McConnellJ: Siobhan Rutledge (7)
Slowly away, raced in detached rear, closed up on field after 3f, saddle slipped, ran freely on outer to lead halfway, strongly pressed under 2f out, soon ridden, headed over 1f out, weakened in 4th under 1f out, dropped to 5th closing stages op 25/1
6th
¾
14
(13)
6/1
T: E P HartyJ: M A Gallagher
Dwelt, soon raced towards rear, 11th after halfway, came wide entering straight, headway and ridden over 1f out, kept on final furlong, never on terms op 8/1 tchd 11/2
7th
1 ½
10
(5)
49-5
14/1
T: T G McCourtJ: C D Maxwell (3)
Mid-division, niggled along early, 9th after halfway, ridden under 2f out, progress over 1f out, kept on same pace final furlong op 16/1 tchd 12/1 and tchd 18/1
8th
9 ½
7
(9)
20/1
T: N C KellyJ: O J Orr
Broke well to lead early, soon headed and tracked leader, led after 2f, headed halfway, under pressure and lost place 2f out, weakened 1 1/2f out op 22/1
9th
4 ½
8
(8)
66/1
T: John FeaneJ: G P Halpin
Raced towards rear, under pressure and slightly detached after halfway, some progress over 1f out, one paced final furlong, never a factor op 40/1
10th
1 ¼
2
(14)
50/1
T: C O'DwyerJ: R C Colgan
In touch, 5th halfway, ridden approaching straight, lost place and weakened 2f out, eased final furlong op 40/1
11th
7 ½
4
(6)
3/1
T: A McGuinnessJ: L F Roche
Awkward leaving stalls, soon rear of mid-division, 10th after halfway, no impression 2f out, eased final furlong, never a factor op 2/1 tchd 15/8 and tchd 16/5
12th
3 ½
12
(4)
49-2
40/1
T: A MurrayJ: S B Kelly (3)
In touch on inner, dropped to 7th and niggled along after halfway, ridden and weakened entering straight, eased under 1f out op 33/1
13th
1 ¼
9
(12)
100/1
T: N C KellyJ: C J Orr (5)
Rear of mid-division, 8th after halfway, lost place and weakened approaching straight, detached over 1f out op 50/1

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Non-Runners

6
(3)
Dance Emperor1
Weight: 9-10|  Age: 5
T: Peter Fahey  J: D W O'Connor

Betting

Forecast

Calidus Mirabilis (11/4), Cache Queen (3/1), Dromod Lad (6/1), Lady De Vesci (13/2), Wojood (9/1), New Vocation (14/1), Glory (14/1), Dance Emperor (16/1), No Trouble (20/1), Magi Gal (22/1), Wisaka (40/1), Secret Wizard (50/1), Sinseir (66/1), Tuamhain (100/1)

Verdict

The early pace set by New Vocation should set the race up nicely for the Joseph O'Brien-trained CALIDUS MIRABILIS to win for the second time at this venue. The gelding won here over 1m in January and can get first run for line ahead of the Ado McGuiness-trained Cache Queen, solid and consistent sort over C&D and the main danger in this contest. C&D winners, Lady De Vesci for trainer Mick Halford, the Noel Kelly-trained No Trouble and top-weight Magi Gal can all give good accounts.
  1. Calidus Mirabilis
  2. Cache Queen
  3. New Vocation

Prize Money

1st: €6,000.002nd: €2,000.003rd: €999.004th: €500.005th: €300.006th: €199.00

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