Fitzgerald & Brouder mix for 15/2 winner in Punchestown – Weekly Racing Information
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Limerick/Clare Racing Information
Askeaton coach Davy Fitzgerald was answerable for the widest margin winner at Punchestown on Monday. He received the 2 and a half-mile handicap hurdle with the Belinda O’Brien-owned Hilltop Supreme, which beat the Jimmy Mangan-trained Chelsea’s Pal by seven and a half at these very odds, 15/2, underneath Kevin Brouder.
The Brimming Water was the 80/1 winner of the opening division of the 2 and a half-mile maiden hurdle at Fairyhouse on Friday. Educated by Eric McNamara, the six-year-old had appeared as a 150/1 probability within the betting exhibits within minutes earlier than the race and had a lot to spare as he beat the Shark Hanlon-trained 3/1 shot Gaulois by size and 1 / 4 underneath McNamara’s son Conor. “This horse confirmed us fairly a bit some time again, and he appeared to lose his approach. His final two items of labor he appeared to return to himself. Hopefully, he may go on from this and, if the handicapper is just not too arduous on him, we’d get one other time out of him someplace alongside the road,” mentioned the successful coach.
Ballingarry coach William O’Doherty received the two-mile newbie riders’ handicap at Dundalk on Friday night with Thosedaysaregone for Byrnes Bloodstock Restricted. Ridden by Philip Byrnes, the 11/2 probability led inside the ultimate furlong to beat the Joseph O’Brien-trained Melliferous by a size. Chris Hayes and Billy Lee fought out the end to the night’s finale with victory going to the Shanagolden rider on the Jimmy Coogan-trained Cease On Pink. The robust 7/2 favorite was a size and three-parts too good for Ted Walsh’s Chummie.
Leopardstown – Monday, March 8 (First Race 2.20)
Clonmel – Tuesday, March 9 (First Race 3.00 pm)
Wexford – Wednesday, March 10 (First Race 1.50 pm)
Thurles – Thursday, March 11 (First Race 2.30 pm)
Gowran Park – Friday, March 12 (First Race 1.40 pm)
Dundalk – Friday, March 12 (First Race 4.55 pm)
Navan – Saturday, March 13 (First Race 1.40 pm)
Limerick – Sunday, March 14 (First Race 2.15 pm)
Naas – Sunday, March 14 (First Race 2.00 pm)