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West Cork, IE - The picturesque Cornfield Oval in Manch was the setting for the second "Premium Meeting" of the year in West Cork and organizers were blessed with fantastic weather and the harness racing was of the highest quality.   The feature was The Red Mills Cornfield Oval Handicap. Four elimination heats (raced over 1 1/4 miles) sent two from each into the final. The scene was set in the opening heat for a day of thrills and spills.   A Kind Of Magic was sent to post a favorite and led his five rivals away from the start. With four furlongs to pace he was joined by IB A Magician and the pair battled it out to the line with IB Magician prevailing by two lengths.   There was another titantic battle in heat two. Armoured Bear drew pole position and led No Big deal for the opening 6 furlongs. Then Earnies Umpire joined the pair and we were set for another dramatic finish.   Armoured Bear with 76-year-old John Boyle in the bike looked to have done enough but Jamie Hurley got Earnies Umpire up in the final strides to win by half a length. The winner was a recent purchase for new owners James Hurley and Pat Carberry.   Hail Spartacus was all the rage in the third heat but Fairdays Bret came with a wet sail to deny stable companion Rhyds Dilemma by two lengths.   Rhyds Destiny the recent Grand Prix winner was the punters pick in the final heat and the veteran came off a twenty yard handicap to lead home King wills Arrival by two lengths.   So, on to the final and again A Kind Of Magic set a seering pace followed by IB A Magican. The pair were three lengths clear entering the final circuit and all the while the field were closing in in the final eighth of a mile   IB A Magician got the upper hand and ran out a four length winner from King Wills, who stayed on late to finish second with Fairdays Bret a half a length back in third .   There were jubilant scenes in the presentation area as winning owner/driver Wayne Mc Nevin from Lucan Co Dublin was carried shoulder high by his supporters.   "I only bought the horse in early August and he's won at Annaghmore and twice today. I'm thrilled and its great coming to Cork and winning at a fantastic meeting. Fair play to the organizers." McNevin said at the post race press briefing.   There was further glory for the final winner as Benny Camden who Mc Nevin also owns and is trained in West Cork took out the fifth heat of the All Ireland Pace series.   Fairdays western led the four horse field until the final lap. Then Benny Camden hit the front and was followed by Sarahs Gift .Again we witnessed another epic battle with Benny Camden just coming out on top by 3/4 length.   "He won the low Grade Final at The Red John Meeting in Lyre and has improved in leaps and bounds .i dont think we have seen the best of him just yet" were the words of winning driver Donal Murphy and he takes his place in the series final in Portmarnock in late September.   The All Ireland Trot series also had its final heat today .Brooklyn Trixie led Vigo De Bassiere early with Aubade a Helene in third .This remained the order on the final lap Aubade A Helene threw down her challenge and when "Vigo" went off stride her task was made easier but general consensus was she would have won either way.   Oisin Quill drove two winners on the day both on trotters .Firstly Ariane Des Tithais looked in danger with a lap to go but out sprinted Empereur Souverain to win by eight lengths.   The double was completed in the very next race when Vallanzanna won a race which had so may leaders had the crowd almost asking what had won .   Another novice driver Jamie Hurley also drove two winners. IB A Warrior despite been drawn number eight made light work of his seven rivals winning by 11 lengths was the second winner for Hurley who won earlier on Earnies Umpire.   Dynamite Brouets since joining the Co Meath based Moorside Stables has sen a rejuvenated career and took to the Oval well and waas five lengths clear of Destin De Larre at the finish.   by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink   RESULTS ALL RACES RUN OVER 1 1/4 Miles UNLESS STATED   RACE ONE Heat One 1,IB A MAGICIAN W McNevin 2.A KIND OF MAGIC A Wallace 3.BEAT THE CLOCK J Richardson DIST 2L 16L TIME 2.41.9   RACE TWO Heat Two 1. EARNIES UMPIRE J Hurley 2.ARMOURED BEAR J Boyle 3.NO BIG DEAL S Kane DIST 1/2L 5L TIME 2.45.1   RACE THREE Heat Three 1.FAIRDAYS BRET A McCarthy 2.RHYDS DILEMMA C O Driscoll 3.HAIL SPARTACUS O Quill DIST 2L 5L TIME 2.42.8   RACE FOUR Heat Four 1. RHYDS DESTINY T O Leary 2.KING WILLS ARRIVAL O Quill 3.SUPREME SUNSHINE J Boyle DIST 2L 3L TIME 2.42.8   RACE FIVE 1.IB A WARRIOR J Hurley 2.MOORSIDE MYRA S Kane 3.MOORSIDE JOSEPH J O Mahony DIST 11L 2L TIME 2.47.3   RACE SIX 1 1/2 Miles 1.DYNAMITE BROUETS S Kane 2.DESTIN DE LARRE F Quill Jnr 3.BELLA DESPANA L Kelleher DIST 2L 2L TIME 3.27.4   RACE SEVEN 1 1/2 Miles 1.ARIANE DES TITHAIS O Quill 2.EMPEREUR SOUVERAIN D O Reilly 3.ANTINGO D Murphy DIST 8L 3/4L TIME 3.23.3   RACE EIGHT 1 1/2 Miles 1.VALLANZANA O Quill 2.BRUTENOR P Hill 3.BATMAN DU RELAIS A Wallace DIST 1 1/2L NK TIME 3.25.8   RACE NINE All Ireland Pace Series 1.BENNY CAMDEN D Murphy 2.SARAHS GIFT J Cowden 3.FAIRDAYS WESTERN A Walace DIST 3/4L 12L TIME 2.44.1   RACE TEN All Ireland Trot Series 1 1/2 Miles 1. AUBADE A HELENE P Hill 2. BROOKLYN TRIXIE S Kane 3. VIGO DE BASSIERE D Murphy DIST 3 1/2L 1L TIME 3.22.1   RACE ELEVEN The Red Mills Cornfield Oval Handicap Final 1.IB A MAGICIAN W McNevin 2.KING WILLS ARRIVAL O Quill 3.FAIRDAYS BRET A McCarthy DIST 4L 1/2L TIME: 2:44.1  

West Cork, IE - Rhyds Destiny and driver Timmy O'Leary were worthy winners of the 2019 Murphys/Hurley & White Grand Prix at a wet Ballabuidhe on bank holiday Monday.   Four elimination heats were held with two qualifiers from each heat.   In the opening heat Gamblers Gold a winner on his previous two starts tried to make all the running but was collared on the run in by IB A Magician.   In the second heat Just a promise led for most of the testing trip but Fairdays Bret made a race winning move with two furlongs to go and ran out an easy winner.   The third heat was settled in the stewards room .Hail Spartacus passed the post first but was found to have interfered with the runner up Coalford Bruce and the placings were reversed.   In the concluding heat Rhyds Destiny was all the rage in the betting and never gave his supporters any anxious moments and ran out to a four length winning marginIn the final punters again latched on to Rhyds Destiny despite a thirty yard handicap.   Fairdays Bret and Coalford Bruce were the pace setters on a track that was now running very heavy. Rhyds Destiny was slowly bringing down the handicap and Timmy O Leary made his move with four furlongs to pace and was not for catching winning by four lengths from IB A Magician with King Wills Arrival third .   The winner is owned by John Shanahan and UK dairy farmer John Mycock from Derby.   Shanahan and driver O'Leary had four winners on the day with American Rebel joining Rhyds Destiny heat and final and Coalford Bruce another heat winner in the winners circle.   O'Leary completed a five timer of wins when landing the maiden aboard Moorside Myra who has shown promise and got her day in the Sun today.   The other feature was The Paddy Connolly Memorial for trotters and here it was Silvano Bello and Donal Murphy who made all the running to win from Batman Du Relais with Vallanzanna back in third. Silvano Bello a former winner of The Maven Trot added another notch to his impressive CV.   In the consolation final for pacers John Boyle at 76 years of age steered home his own mare Supreme Sunshine to beat recent Red John Memorial winner Rhyds Panache while in the tro consolation Banialouka who hated the going on Sunday made amends when winning easy from Brutenor and Tarnao Josselyn.   by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink   RESULTS   Grand Prix final 1.Rhyds Destiny T O'Leary 2.IB A Magician D Murphy 3.King Wills Arrival O Quill DIST 4L 1L 7 Ran   Grand Prix Heat winners IB A Magician D Murphy Fairdays Bret A McCarthy Coalford Bruce T O'Leary RhydsDestiny T O'Leary   Paddy Connolly Memorial Final 1.Silvano Bello D Murphy 2.Batman Du Relais S Quill 3.Vallanzanna O Quill DIST 3L 1L 5 Ran   Consolation Grand Prix 1.Supreme Sunshine J Boyle 2.Rhyds Panache C O'Reilly 3.Sunnyside Kildare D Murphy DIST 2L 2L 4 Ran   Consolation Trot 1.Banialouka K Sheehy 2.Brutenor P Hill 3.Tarnao Josselyn S Quill DIST 4L 2L 7 Ran   Maiden Pace 1.Moorside Myra T O'Leary 2.Talented Girl S Jennings Jnr 3.The Red Rebel M Goggin Snr DIST 3L 2L 6 ran   Grade G1 Pace 1.American Rebel T O'Leary 2.Moorside Captain J O Mahony 3.Brywins One Off M Goggin Snr DIST 12L 12L 4 ran  

West Cork, IE - Following an early morning inspection, racing just about went ahead at the annual Ballabuidhe Festival.   Three elimination heats heats of The Paddy Connolly Memorial for Trotters saw two qualify for the Bank Holiday Monday Final.   In the opening heat Silvano Bello and Donal Murphy were all the rage in the betting market and this pair toyed with their rivals and despite being challenged by Ariane Des Tithais for most of the mile and a half ran out for an easy 2 length victory.   The second heat was rather a messy affair and after early mistakes it was Batman Du Relais who led home Antingo with Brutemor a remote third .The winner is owned and trained by Finbarr Quill.   In the final heat Banialouka a winner on her previous two starts was the punters choice but the ever consistent Vallanzana was not for catching giving owner Finbarr Quill his second win of the day and driver Seanus Quill a driving double .Amende De Cosse capturing the second qualifying spot .   The weather took a turn for the worse after this heat and promoters cancelled the remainder of the card.   The plan is to start at 1 Pm on Monday with the four elimination heats of the Grand Prix followed by two graded paces and then the Connolly Memorial Final and consolation Final followed by the Grand Prix Consolation and finishing off with the Grand Prix Final   by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink   RESULTS   Paddy Connolly Memorial Heat One 1.SILVANO BELLO D Murphy 2.ARIANE DES TITHAIS F Quiil Jnr 3.BELLA DESPANA L Kelleher DIST 2L 1 1/2L 6 Ran   Heat Two 1.BATNAN DU RELAIS S Quill 2.ANTINGO D Murphy 3.BRUTENOR P Hill DIST 3L 12L 4 Ran   Heat Three 1.VALLANZANA S Quill 2.AMENDE DE COSSE E Kane 3.BANIALOUKA K Sheehy DIST 1/2L 1L 5 Ran   Rain caused cancelation of the remaining race card

West Cork, IE - Rhyds Destiny with "Cool Hands" Timmy O Leary in the bike took the featured Willie Bradfield Memorial Cup at The Cornfield Oval in Manch on Sunday as racing was of top notch at the Duggan family owned oval.   Sunnyside Kildare set the early fractions in the feature with Rhyds Destiny and Supreme Sunshine sitting in behind. Then with two furlongs to pace O Leary made his move on the veteran Rhyds Destiny and ran out a two length winner from Supreme Sunshine who lost nothing in defeat.   The winner who has been a great servant of owners John Shanahan and UK based owner John Mycock is a former winner of the Red John Memorial back in 2018.   Jamie Hurley, who works for the Mike Kennedy national hunt yard in Upton, drove his first double . IB A Warrior initiated the brace when landing the opener. Hurley sent this four year old son of Arts Conquest to the front and had to battle on to beat the late finishing Cushenstown Rocky by two and a half lengths.   Moorside Myra who finished third was one that will go into the notebook for the future.   Lakeview Panam followed up on her Lisangle win and completed the double for Hurley .Again the novice driver was not waiting around for his rivals and had three lengths in hand on Armoured Bear with IB A Magician back in third.   "My Dad James and my brother Conor look after the show at home and the lads who own IB A Warrior are around the yard most days so I think we might have a few drinks to celebrate and look ahead to the Ballabuidhe Festival for both of these" Hurley told the press briefing.   Hail Spartacus has been another great servant to the Hill Family and Oisin Quill always seems to get a good tune out of the former Grand Prix winner. He showed tenacious battling qualities today.   Western Dreamer, Just A Promise and Coalford Bruce all had a "rattle" off the front runner and they threw everything at him bar the kitchen sink, but he was not for passing.   There were two trots on the card. Banialouka, a mare with tremendous ability, has been knocking at the door all year and showed her true colours this afternoon.   Trained by Micheal Duggan and John Hurley for the DHK partnership she never put a foot wrong and led home Vallanzana and Bella Despana.   "We always knew she had ability and has just been a bit unlucky," added co trainer Duggan.   Banderillero Piya is another one that has found the winning ways .A winner in Portmarnock last Sunday, he put in another perfect round accounting for stable companion Tenor Meslos with Brutenor back in third.   With the all Ireland series continuing at The Premium meeting in Annaghmore next week there is no local action until the two day Ballabuidhe Festival in Dunmanway on the August Bank holiday weekend.Details of entries can be got on   by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink       RESULTS   RACE ONE 1.IB A WRRIOR J Hurley 2.CUSHENSTOWN ROCKY O Quill 3.MOORSIDE MYRA T O Leary DIST 2 1/2L 1/2L TIME 2.39.9   RACE TWO 1.LAKEVIEW PANAM J Hurley 2.ARMOURED BEAR J Boyle 3.IB A MAGICIAN D Murphy DIST 3L 2L TIME 2.37.1   RACE THREE 1.BANIALOUKA K Sheehy 2.VALLANZANA O Quill 3.BELLA DESPANA L Kelleher DIST 4L NS TIME 2.45.6   RACE FOUR 1.RHYDS DESTINY T O Leary 2.SUPREME SUNSHINE J Boyle 3.RHYDS PANACHE C O Reilly DIST 2L 2L TIME 2.34.8   RACE FIVE 1.HAIL SPARTACUS O Quill 2.COALFORD BRUCE T O Leary 3.JUST A PROMISE P McInerney DIST 2L 1L TIME 2.38.7   RACE SIX 1.BANDERILLERO PIYA D Murphy 2.TENOR MESLOS O Quill 3 BRUTENOE P Hill DIST 3L 1L

Gamblers Gold who finished second on his initial run at Lyre produced a performance on Saturday evening in Lisangle that would suggest that a bright future is in store for this son of Cams Security.   Mike Goggin Jnr was in the bike and set the six year old alight from the start and ran out an easy seven length winner.   " Hes a six year old and look he took a while to mature. We were expecting a big run in Lyre and he didnt disappoint but met a decent horse that day but today I think he came on a lot from that run and we give a week off and plan after that" said delighted owner Marie Moloney.   Donal Murphy and Silvano Bello are a partnership as old as this scribe and were easy winners of the Low Grade Trot.   Murphy sent this veteran to the front after the opening quarter mile and were never in any danger .   Overall the last 24 hours were good to Baltimore based Murphy as on Friday night /Saturday morning Reclamation who he jointly owns with Bill Donovan (Main Sponsor of The Red John Memorial Festival) extended her winning run to seven at the Meadowlands Raceway in New Jersey USA and connections have big plans for the filly.   John Boyle at 76 years again showed the younger lads how its done when taking the Top Grade Pace on Supreme Sunshine.   Sunnyside Kildare and Hurry Up Abi set the early fractions but were passed with three furlongs to pace and Supreme Sunshine won by a length from Hurry Up Abi with Meadowbranch Demon a neck back in third   Jamie Hurley and Lakeview Panam were fastest on the clock for the evening .The pair took charge off the start and ran out 19 length winners from Moorside Captain.   "She missed out on the Red John Weekend but wee knew today that she was spot on .We see how she comes out of today and then weigh up her options" Hurley briefed the media after racing.   Brutenor and Patrick Hill were seen to good effect in the high grade trot .Winners of the Maven Derby in 2018 thay sat in behind early leader Valliant Forgion and with four furlongs to trot led and eventually led home Ultimo D'Ouville by three lengths.   There is no local racing next week with many of the West Cork Contingent heading to Tregaron in wales for the two day Festival .   RESULTS RACE ONE 1.Gamblers Gold M Goggin Jnr 2.Moorside Joseph J O Mahony 3.The Red Rebel M Goggin Snr DIST 7L 7L TIME 2.12.4 3 Ran   RACE TWO 1.Silvano Bello D Murphy 2.Vallanzanna S Quill 3. Banialouka K Sheehy DIST 2 1/4L 2 1/4L TIME 2.15.7 8 Ran   RACE THREE 1.Lakeview Panam J Hurley 2.Moorside Captain D O Mahony 3.The Hitman D Murphy DIST 19L 3 3/4L TIME 2.08.8 8 Ran   RACE FOUR 1.Brutenor P Hill 2.Ultimo D'Ouville J Hurley 3.Antigo D Murphy DIST 3/4L 5 3/4L TIME 2.16.5 6 Ran   RACE FIVE 1.Supreme Sunshine J Boyle 2.Hurry Up Abi J Manning Jnr 3.Meadowbranch Demon L Kelleher DIST 1L NK TIME 2.09.   Tim KELLEHER

West Cork, IE - Rhyds Panache with Chris O Reilly in the bike took the Red John Memorial Final at Lyre On Sunday. The harness racing final will go down as one of the greatest races ever to be held in Ireland . Rhyds Destiny, who impressed in the qualifying heat on Saturday, set a strong early pace. At the half way point of the mile and a quarter race Gentleman Jim joined the leader and with three furlongs to pace took up the running, all the while the "posse" were closing in.   Turning for home Gentleman Jim was still to the fore but the chasing pack were coming from all angles with Master Plan in the centre, Porterstown Courage on the outside and Rhyds Panache up the rail.   In the shadow of the post Rhyds Panache just got up by a neck to beat Porterstown Courage with Gentleman Jim a half length back.   Rhyds Panache winner of the 2019 RJM Final at Lyre          Nadina Ironia Photo   There were emotional scenes in the winners enclosure as driver Chris O'Reilly, a life long friend of Red John, was almost speechless.   "This is the one I always wanted to win and I think I must had got a little help from my friend John up there in heaven," O'Reilly explained. "There was no room turning for home but as the horses tired a small gap appeared and my horse ran on. He tries his heart out and we will enjoy tonight." added O'Reilly, his voice tinged with both sadness and joy.    Presentation of the RJM to winning connections of Rhyds Panache   Nadina Ironia Photo   The Maven Trot Final was another epic encounter.   Emeric Du Perreux was all the rage in the betting and punters bet this one as if defeat was not an option.   Those who wedged in looked happy as the 5 year old took up the running .With a mile to race Martin Loughran on Valliant De Gueham came long side the leader and for the remaining mile and hassled the leader.   Entering the final quarter mile "Emeric" looked the likely winner but Loughran was not done for and ran out a 3 length winner.   Martin Loughran winning the Maven Trot Final on Vaillant Du Gueham  Nadina Ironia Photo   This was the cue for a mass invasion of the winners enclosure as the Roche/Joyce /Mc Aleer families, who travel en mass to all meetings and were ten deep for the photo.   The winning driver, Martin Loughran, who hails from the Cooley Penninsula, and though diminutive in size seems to have "magical powers " when it comes to driving the trotters.   Winning connections of The Maven Trot   Nadina Ironia Photo   Tadgh Murphy, who was in the past has been Southern champion driver though in latter years, is the trainer at IB Stables and donned his silks for "a catch drive " in the PJI Engineering Handicap Final on Benny Camden, who got the better of Rhyds Rival in another epic battle.   " I think I go into retirement on a winning note," joked Murphy in the post race interview.   The meeting of Abraham and Vigo De Bassiere in the Free For All Trot was eagerly anticipated and they served up another thriller with "Vigo " coming out on top, but Beach De Bellouet almost stole the glory from his more famed rivals but his day will come.   American Rebel took the 3 year old Grass Championship and the winner looks destined for stardom In the consolation finals. King Wills Arrival with 16 year old Oisin Quill, Stakes On The Pan who ran terrible on day one in the heats but showed his true mettle and Besame Mucho who John Richardson described as the unluckiest drive he had in years in the heats, were all winners.   Competing drivers at The 2019 RJM          Nadina Ironia Photo   On a weekend of 23 races this scribe could write pages on the action which was top class on a venue that owner Ger Hegarty has done so much work on and was met with with universal approval.   The Red John Committee pulled out all the stops and were rewarded for their efforts, ROLL ON TO 2020!   Caroline Collins left (RJM Committee) making presentations to Bill Donovan & Family (Main sponsors)and to Gretta Cormican   On a sad note patrons on Sunday were told of the passing of Gerry Keenan from Dublin .Gerry was a Hall Of Fame member here in Ireland.   by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink   RESULTS   RED JOHN MEMORIAL FINAL 1.Rhyds Panache C O Reilly 2. Porterstown Courage J Cowden 3. Gentleman Jim J Richardson DIST NK 1L Time 2.49.9   MAVEN TROT FINAL 1 Vaillant De Gueham M Loughran 2. Emeric Du Perreux J Richardson 3. Urbano De Selles B Roche DIST 3L 1L Time 3.17.7   PJI Engineering Handicap Final 1.Benny Camden T Murphy 2. Rhyds Rival B Roche 3. Newtown Major M McAleer DIST 1L 10L Time 2.41.0   M50 Skip Hire FFA Trot 1 Vigo De Bassiere K Sheehy 2. Abraham S Duggan 3. Beach de Bellouet F Kavanagh Jnr DIST 2L 2L Time 3.24.3   Oakwood Stud/Keohane Readymix 3 Year old Grass Championship 1.American Rebel T O Leary 2. Elski P Kane Jnr 3. IB Notorious D Murphy DIST 7L 3L Time 2.50.4   RJM Consolation Final 1.King Wills Arrival O Quill 2.Coalford Bruce T O Leary 3.Streamside Star E Joyce DIST 1L 1L Time 2.46.8   PJI Engineering Consolation 1.Stakes On The Pan P Kane Jnr 2. IB McGregor F Kavanagh Jnr 3.Panam Colt L Kelleher DIST 4L 1/2L Time 2.51.1   Maven Consolation 1.Besame Mucho J Richardson 2.Banialouka K Sheehy 3. Tarnao Josselyn DIST 2L 2L Time 3.201.1  

West Cork, IE - Brywins Starship owned locally by Micheal Healy was a popular winner of the George Deane Memorial Final, the first of the big Summer Handicaps, which took place at Dunmanway on Sunday.   Three Elimination were held with two to qualify from each for the final.   In the opening heat Western Dreamer and Armoured Bear went to battle early and remained in front into the final quarter .Here Hurry Up Abi hit the front and led home Western dreamer by two lengths.   In the second heat Brywins Starship drew pole position and was never headed leading home Hail Spartacus by a length . In The final qualifier punters "waded into" Meadowbranch Demon and despite carrying a thirty yard handicap the veteran ran his rivals ragged and ran on a two length winner from Sunnyside Kidare.   In The final the "smart money " came for Brywins Starship .Hurry Up Abi led early from Sunnyside Kildare .With two furlongs to pace Brywins Starship was set alight Meadowbranch Demon this time on a 50 yard trail made his move but hit traffic on the final corner and Brywins Starship was not to be denied on his home track staying on to beat Hurry Up Abi by a length.   "My late father and George Deane were great friends and its a great honor to win here today .He takes a bit of a hit in the handicap but its full steam ahead to The Red John Memorial in two weeks, " winning owner Mike Healy said in the press briefing.   The winner was driven by his nephew Richard Kingston.   Waxies Dargle, who disappointed on his previous two starts, made amends in the Grade G /G1 Pace. This son of Connors Dragon led from the start and won by three lengths and landed some nice bets for connections and gave Ryan Manning his first winner under rules.   There was only one trot on the card and it was the ultra consistent Tarnao Josselyn who sat behind Un Boss for most of the mile and his five length winning margin could have been much more.   There is no local action next week so The Red John Memorial Festival is next for followers with over €100,000 in purse money on offer in Lyre.   By Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink   RESULTS  Race One  Hurry Up Abi J Manning jnr Western Dreamer K Sheehy IB A Magician D Murphy  DIST 2L 4L TIME 2.07.1 7 Ran    Race Two  Brywins Starship R Kingston  Hail Spartacus P Hill Panam Colt L Kelleher  DIST 1L 1L TIME 2.06.2 6 Ran    Race Three  Meadowbranch Demon L Kelleher  Sunnyside Kildare D Murphy  King Wills Arrival O Quill  DIST 2L 1/2L TIME 2.05.2 5 Ran    Race Four  Tarnao Josselyn S Quill  Vigo De Bassiere K Sheehy UN Boss D O Mahony  DIST 5L 2L Time 2.14.2 8 Ran    Race Five  Waxies Dargle R Manning  Cushenstown Rocky P Gilligan  Brywins One Off M Goggin Jnr  DIST 3L 1L TIME 2.10.9 7 Ran    Race six (Final)  Brywins Starship R Kingston  Hurry Up Abi J Manning Jnr  Meadowbranch Demon L Kelleher  DIST 1L NK TIME 2.05.2 6 Ran 

The 2019 West Cork harness Racing season opened at the "Blue Flag" Inchadoney Beach on Sunday at it was veteran pacer Meadowbranch Demon who stole the headlines at this most beautiful of venues.   Rhyds Dilemma and Coalford Bruce led out the gate with Coalford Bruce leading after the first quarter .Sunnyside Kildare led at halfway and held that lead to the final turn .All the while Meadowbranch Demon was moving nearer and took up the running in the final eighth of a mile to lead home the fast finishing Rhyds Panache by four lengths,   " He might be 13 years young but is loving his racing and has been a great servant " commented winning driver Luke Kelleher .   Empereur Souverain drew pole position in the trot and was never headed .This five year old had been one of the leading four year old trotters last year and was unlucky in defeat last week in Portmarnock but Denis O Reilly had an armchair drive and his length and a half winning margin could have been more and plenty more winning days are in store.   IB Notorious who broke his maiden in Tir Prince at the end of last season took the low grade pace. This three year old son of Hasty Hall came home 12 lengths clear of Brywins One Off . winning driver Donal Murphy is part owner of the colt with Bill Donovan from Florida who is the main sponsor of the Red John Memorial Festival which takes place in Lyre On June 15th & 16th    "He will head for the Three Year Grass Championship in Lyre and is staked up for all the major three year old races both at home in the UK" said Murphy .   Oisin Quill has struck up a good partnership with Vallanzana and the pair were seen to good effect in the high grade trot .   Since his stable move to the Quills in Kenmare he had "paid The Bills" .Sixteen year old Oisin is one of the future stars of the sport .   Brywins Starship according to owner MiKe Healy"Takes time to come into form" but driver Richard Kingston a nephew of the owner had him in top shape coming of the back to win the Mid grade Pace.   "He is staked up  in the Red John and he suprised me today"    A large team of volunteers were on hand to erect and dismantle the track on the beach which drivers described as the best ever.   Next Sunday the action moves to The Cornfield Oval in Manch.   by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink   RESULTS    RACE ONE   IB NOTORIOUS D Murphy  BRYWINS ONE OFF M Goggin Jnr  JUST A PROMISE P McInerney  TIME 2.18.6 DIST 12L 4L RACE TWO  EMPEREUR SOURVERAIN D O Reilly  BRASSILA MATCH S Kane SILVANO BELLO D Murphy TIME 3.42.2 DIST 1 1/2L 3 1/2L RACE THREE  BRYWINS STARSHIP R Kingston  SPRINGHILL DOYLE C O Reilly WESTERN DREAMER S KANE TIME 2.16.1 4 1/2L 4L  RACE FOUR    VALLANZANNA O Quill  ANTIGO D Murphy  DESTINE DE LARRE S Quill TIME 3.25 1L 3/4L RACE FIVE  MEADOWBRANCH DEMON L Kelleher RHYDS PANACHE C O Reilly COALFORD BRUCE T O Leary TIME 2.15.4 DIST 4L 1/2L  

A simple act of kindness by 29-year-old Watson Harrop Jnr from Durham in The North of England has become a major hit on harness racing social media both in the UK, Ireland and is spreading across the globe.   Harrop who is strongly involved in harness racing was passing the Food Bank in his local Tesco store.   "I noticed that the food bank never seemed to have a lot in it so off I went filled a trolley and saw it as a chance to do something for those less well off than myself," Harrop said.   "I knew the generosity of those involved in harness racing so I stuck up the video on Facebook nominating others to do the same . At first I thought it might get a few responses but to be honest it has ballooned and gone world wide.   "Harness Racing may be a minority sport here in the UK but people have connections worldwide and the biggest names in the sport on both sides of the Atlantic have got involved" added Harrop.   In the UK all the "faces" in the sport have come on board from top trainer Alexis Laidler to bookmaker Barry "Pinno"Pinnington, promoter Anthony Fettah and Mr Tir Prince Eric Witherspoon. ll The project has swept across the Irish Sea with leading reinsmen John "JR" Richardson ,Simon Duggan and Noel Ryan doing the challege along with Alan Wallace of the Newtown Stud and Derek Delaney from the Oakwood Stud. Leading Irish bookmaker Dan Carlin set a trend with a video well worth a view.   Next stop was the USA and Yannick Gringras Chris Oakes and Sean Bier were quickly off the mark to help.   It is hoped that the nominations will continue up to Christmas.   It is hoped that everyone will visit #foodbanknomination or Watson Harrop Jnr pages on Facebook and do a little to help those in need at Christmas.   by TIm Kelleher

West Cork, IE - King Wills Arrival claimed another big handicap final when landing the West Cork Horse Owners Handicap at Dunmanway on Sunday. There were three elimination heats with two qualifiers from each going forward to the final. In the opening heat IB A Magician looked to have the race at his mercy but went off stride in the final eighth of a mile handing the race to Meadowbranch Matt with Best Talent filling the second qualifing spot. Heat two was all about Coalford Bruce who followed up on his win at Bandon to lead home The Hitman by four lengths. In the third and final heat Rhyds Panache with Chris O Reilly in the bike made a race winning move after four furlongs and was not for catching leading home King Wills Arrival by a length So on to the final .The Hitman and Meadowbranch Matt set the early fractions with Coalford Bruce just behind .The order reamined the same into the final three furlongs of the mile and a quarter trip.Turning for home Coalford Bruce hit the front but Oisin Quill produced King Wills Arrival with a perfectly timed run to land the spoils . "Since he had the wind operation last Winter he has really shown his true potential" Commented 16 year old winning driver Oisin Quill. "The saddle race at Ladies day in Portmarnock is next on his list "added winning owner Finbarr Quill. The Quills had a double on the day when Ariane Des Tithais landed the low grade trot .This one was driven by Finbarr Quill Jnr (The Calender Boy of Harness Racing in Ireland) Vigo De Bassiere enhanced his reputation as Irelands leading Trotter with a faile win in the high grade trot. Kieran Sheehy played with his three rivals taking up the running with three furlongs remaining and won by a flattering eight lengths . The sheehy family have a long association with the square gaiters and this looks one of the best they have owned Paul McInerney made the long trip from Co Clare a winning one when landing the Grade G & G1 Pace when Just A Promise a son of Fantastic Western set out his stall early doors and led home IB Felicity by three lengths. Next week racing moves to Gloun with a 2.30 start by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink RESULTS Race One Heat One . 1.Meadowbranch Matt L Kelleher 2. Best Talent S Jennings Jnr 3. Moorside Captain J O Mahony DIST 2 3 TIME 2.36.1 Race Two Heat Two 1. Coalford Bruce T O Leary 2. The Hitman M Goggin Jnr 3. Rebel Rouser D Murphy DIST 4 1 TIME 2.35.3 Race Three Heat Three 1. Rhyds Panache C O Reilly 2. King Wills Arrival O Quill 3. Hail Spartacus P Hill DIST 1 3 TIME 3.34.5 Race Four 1. Ariane Des Tithais F Quill Jnr 2. Vallanzana S Quill 3. Silvano Bello D Murphy DIST 2 7 TIME 3.16 Race Five 1. Just A Promise P McInerney 2. IB Felicity D Murphy 3. Coalford Laurel M O Reilly DIST 3 SH TIME 2.39.7 Race Six 1. Vigo De Bassiere K Sheehy 2. Tarnao Josselyn S Quill 3. Tenor Meslos D Murphy DIST 8 6 TIME 3.09.7 Race Seven Final 1.King Wills Arriva O Quill 2. Coalford Bruce T O Leary 3. The Hitman M Goggin Jnr DIST 1 4 TIME 2 33.5   Virus-free.

Finals day on the Bank Holiday Monday at Ballabuidhe saw some of the best renewals of both the Paddy Connolly Memorial and The Murphy/Hurley & White Grand Prix with superb finishes in both . The Grand Prix saw the eight qualifiers facing the start in the mile and a half contest. Fairdays Bret set the early fractions and led for the opening six furlongs .At this point Brtywins Starship took up the running with Brywins Picasso just off the pace .Down the back straight the field were as one and running room was tight. Turning for home Heather Breeze came through the eye of a needle to grab victory on the line a half of length in front of Brywins Starship with King Wills Arrival a further half back in third. The winner was driven by Sam Jennings from Leap who emulated his father James and uncle Sam who both won the Grand Prix in years gone by. The Paddy Connolly Memorial Le trot final was another epic .Un Boss led for a lap then Saxo De Maroncourt went to head of affairs .Brutenor then joined in to share the lead .On The final lap all eight finalists were in with a shout .Donal Murphy who came in for"the catch drive" on Vigo De Bassiere had weaved his way past all the traffic to grab the honors. The winner is owned by Kieran Sheehy from Baltimore whose family have been involved in harness racing in the region for three generations. Earlier in the day Aubade A Helene left the huge crowd gobsmacked after coming off a 100 yard handicap to ease to victory in the Consolation Le Trot final. Springhill Doyle took the consolation Grand Prix final with Meadowbranch Matt second. Country Cruiser second in Fishers Cross went one better in the Grade G Pace while IB Tweedy landed a gamble in the Grade G & G1 pace with Jamie Hurley in the bike .Hurley also trains Eve De Parc who took the three runner 4 year old trotters Angela Hurley and her late brother Tommy O Brien were both inducted to the Ballabuidhe Hall Of Fame All roads lead to Portmarnock Raceway next weekend for The Vincent Delaney Memorial Weekend . by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink RESULTS Race One 1.Eve De Parc D Murphy 2. Etolie Quick S Kane DIST 5 TIME 3.17.2 Race Two 1. Vigo De Bassiere D Murphy 2. Saxo De Maroncourt E Kane 3 Brutenor P Hill DIST 1 2 TIME 3.09.6 Race Three 1. Springhill Doyle M O Reilly 2 .Meadowbranch Matt O Quill 3.Rhyds Heartbeat D Murphy DIST 2 2 TIME 3.08.1 Race Four 1. Aubade A Helene P Hill 2. Silvano Bello D Murphy 3. Amite Briangault S Kane DIST 5 5 TIME 3.12.6 Race Five 1. IB Tweedy J Hurley 2. Cushentown Rocky J Manning Jnr 3. Coalford Laurel M O Reilly DIST 3 1 TIME 2.35.8 Race Six 1.Country Cruiser J Manning Jnr 2. Panarc K Myles 3. Full Of Grace J Boyle 3. DIST 11 8 TIME 2.37.6 Race Seven 1.Heather Breeze S Jennings 2.Brywins Starship R Kingston 3. King Wills Arrival O Quill DIST 1/2 1/2 TIME 3.06.0  

West Cork, IE - The elimination heats of the Paddy Connolly Memorial Le Trot and The Murphy/Hurley & White Grand Prix were the feature on the opening day of the Ballabuidhe Harness Racing Festival in Dunmanway West Cork . Once again it was 16 year old Oisin Quill who stole the headlines when the County Kerry native took two of the heats in The Grand Prix. Hail Spartacus a former winner of the event in 2016 set the ball rolling for the teenager .Brywins Starship led for most of the contest but Quill was only laying in the "long grass" and ponced with two furlongs to pace andf ran out an easy winner from the long time leader. Quill completed the double with similar tactics in the high grade heat. Fairdays Bret with Chelsie O Driscoll in the bike set a frenetic pace and was 4 lengths in front heading in to the last quarter all the while Quill on King Wills Arrival had moved through the field and led off the last corner to win by 2 lengths . Quill will drive King Wills arrival in the Bank Holiday Monday final for his dad Finbarr who owns the son of Cams Card Shark. It was a good all round for the Quill family as earlier in the day Tarnao Josselyn won the third heat of The Connolly /Le Trot . This was a thriller with Vigo De Bassiere looking all out a winner but he could not get past Tarnao Josselyn who is a veteran but running as good as ever. The younger generation of drivers are to the fore in West Cork at present and John O Mahony finally got the best out of Un Boss in the first Le Tot heat making all and never in danger and will be in pole position in the final. Luke Kelleher at 17 years of age was not to be outdone by the lads and took another heat of the Grand Prix on Brywins Picasso who seems to like the venue (He won heat and final here in 2017) . Saunders Picasso is another consistent type on grass and he just held off Heather Breeze in Heat 2 of the Grand Prix. The Kane siblings Sean and Emma fought out the second elinination heat for trotters with Emma leading all the way on Amite Briangault but Sean just nabbed her on the line on Saxo De Maroncourt with Brutenor edging in for second The warm weather brought out the crowds and we do it all again tomorrow Monday by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink RESULTS Race One 1. Un Boss J O Mahony 2. Ariane Des Tithais S Quill 3. Brasilia Match S Kane DIST NK 10 TIME 3.12.6 Rcae Two 1. Saxo De Maroncourt S Kane 2.Brutenor P Hill 3. Armite Briangault E Kane DIST NK NK TIME 3.10.1 Rcae Three 1. Tarnao Josselyn S Quill 2. Vigo DE Bassiere K Sheehy 3. Aubade A Helene P Hill DIST HD 3 TIME 3.09.8 Race Four 1. Brywins Picasso L Kelleher 2. The Hitman M Goggin Jnr 3. Willf P Gilligan DIST 12 10 TIME 3.12.6 Race Five 1. Saunders Picasso M Goggin Jnr 2. Heather Breeze S Jennings 3. Rhyds Heartbeat D Murphy DIST NK 3 TIME 3.11.1 Race Six 1. Hail Spartacus O Quill 2 Brywins Starship R Kingston 3. Springhill Doyle M OM Reilly DIST 11 8 TIME 3.10.4 Race Seven 1. King Wills Arrival O Quill 2. Fairdays Bret C O Driscoll 3. Meadowbranch Demon L kelleher DIST 2 2 TIME 3.02.1             Virus-free.

West Cork, IE - "Moll an og agus tiocfaidh siad" The old Irish Phrase "Praise the young and they will flourish" certainly seems to be be the theme down here in Cork when another of our younger drivers Chelsie O Driscoll stole the headlines at the annual Fishers Cross races on Sunday . Having just got her licence to drive the 17 year old showed maturity way beyond her tender years when landing the the Grade F E & D pace . I Told You So set the early fractions but went off stride allowing Heather Breeze to lead .All the while O Driscoll on Rhyds Dilemma was "laying in the short grass" and pounced with two furlongs to race and ran out win by a length "Im over the moon its my first drive under rules and I drive the winner" said the delighted O Driscoll. "Once in a lifetime you get one like him" the words of Tim Kelleher after "The Iron Horse" Meadowbranch Demon took the top grade pace .Kestrels Dot Sammy set a blistering early pace .Heading into the final quarter Supreme Sunshine hit the front and looked a winner but Meadowbranch Demon flew up the home straight to collar the leader and get the verdict by a short head, " We bought him as a yearling and he has just simply been the best I ever owned and wears his heart on his sleeve a warrior who will not accept defeat. He will probably trail 60 yards in the Grand Prix in Ballabuidhe but we take our chances" added Kelleher one of the driving forces behind racing in the West Cork Region Moorside Captain after his win in the opening Grade G & G1 Pace for another young driver John O Manony will take his place in the handicap at his home venue in Ballabuidhe . Country Cruiser tried to make all but had to give second best to Moorside Captain in the final eighth of the mile. Hurry Up Abi added another win to her CV for the Manning Family from Limerick . She was nver headed in a bloodless victory The three runner Le Trot produced a great finish .Un Boss looked to have done enough leading all the way but was collared close home by Valiant Forgion with Mike Goggin in the bike Next weekend sees the two day Ballabuidhe Festival taking place in Dunmanway with The Paddy Connolly Memorial and Murphys Western Beverages Grand Prix as the features . by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink RESULTS Race One 1. MOORSIDE CAPTAIN J O Mahony 2. COUNTRY CRUISER J Manning Jnr 3. SUNNYSIDE UNIQUE P Hill TIME 2.07.2 DIST 1 1 Race Two 1. RHYDS DILEMMA C O Driscoll 2. HEATHER BREEZE S Jennings 3. RHYDS HEARTBEAT P Hill TIME 2.05.1 DIST 1 1 Race Three 1. HURRY UP ABI J Manning Jnr 2. THE HITMAN MGoggin Jnr 3. FAIRDAYS BRET A McCarthy TIME 2.04.2 DIST 4 1/2 Race Four 1. VALIANT FORGION M Goggin Jnr 2. UN BOSS J O Mahony 3.AUBADE A HELENE P Hill TIME 3.12.5 DIST 1/2 2 Race Five 1. MEADOWBRANCH DEMON L Kelleher 2. SUPREME SUNSHINE J Boyle 3. KESTRELS DOT SAMMY J O Mahony TIME 2.01 1 DIST SH 4                       Virus-free.

West Cork, IE - Oisin Quill, who will celebrate his 16th birthday next week, will have fond memories of the 2018 Ballineen Harness Races where he drove his first classic winner in his fledgling career, capturing the Tommy O'Brien Memorial Handicap final at "The Cornfield Oval " in Manch on Sunday with King Wills Arrival . Hurry Up Abi set the early fractions from Brywins Starship and Saunders Picasso. Heading into the final half mile John Manning Jnr on Hurry Up Abi looked to have the measure of his rivals leading by four lengths, the final quarter pole the pack began to close in and Oisin Quill produced the winner and sprinted clear to win by 3 lengths from Brywins Starship who had beaten him in the heat. "We done an operation on his wind over the winter and that seems to have done the trick " said delighted owner Finbarr Quill. It was a goood day for the Quill family from Kenmare in County Kerry as earlier Tarnao Josselyn took the top grade trot. Vigo De Bassiere despite trailing the gate 60 yards was all the rage in the betting after two wins but he found the winner too good .Tarnao won the "Clockwise " direction trot last week in Portmarnock. "We have had some fun with this fellow and he is good going any direction" added Seamus Quill Two drivers drove doubles on the day. John Manning Jnr took the first handicap heat on Hurry Up Abi and then won the second division of the Grade G & G1 pace on Cushenstown Rocky. Luke Kelleher also drove a brace of winners .Meadowbranch Matt so often the bridesmaid went one better when today when taking the first section of the Grade G & G1 Pace. We made it two when "The Iron Horse" Meadowbranch Demon won the third heat in the handicap. Brywins Starship landed some tidy wagers in the second heat of the handicap under the reins of Richard Kingston . With all the young drivers winning (Quill Kelleher and Kingston) Donal Murphy had the honor of being the oldest winning driver on the day when taking the low grade trot on the ageless Silvano Bello When informed of this Murphy replied "There aint too may grey hairs on my head but these youngsters are ensuring a good future for the sport" The Ballineen Committee must be congratulated on another outstanding day . Next week the action moves to Fishers Cross a venue overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink RESULTS Race One . 1. Meadowbranch Matt L Kelleher 2. IB Felicity D Murphy 3. Moorside Captain J O Mahony DIST 3 2 TIME 2.07.0 Race Two (Heat 1) 1. Hurry Up Abi J Manning Jnr 2. Saunders Picasso M Goggin Jnr 3. Best Talent S Jennings DIST 4 4 TIME 2.03.1 Race Three (Heat 2) 1. Brywins starship R Kingston 2. King Wills Arrival O Quill 3. The Hitman M Goggin Jnr DIST SH 3 TIME 2.02.9 Race Four (Heat 3) 1. Meadowbranch Demon L Kelleher 2. Supreme Sunshine J Boyle 3. Hail Spartacus P Hill DIST 6 2 TIME 2.02.4 Race Five 1. Silvano Bello D Murphy 2. Ariane Des Tithais S Quill 3. Un Boss J O Mahony DIST 2 2 TIME 3.10.2 Race Six 1. Cushenstown Rocky J Manning Jnr 2.Sunnyside Unique D Murphy 3. Western Ocean L Kelleher DIST 5 2 TIME 2.06.1 Race Seven 1. Tarnao Josselyn S Quill 2. Vigo De Bassiere K Sheehy 3. Brutenor P Hill DIST 2 4 TIME 3.08.7 Race Eight (Final) 1.King Wills Arrival O Quill 2. Brywins Starship R Kingston 3 Hurry Up Abi J Manning Jnr DIST 4 1 TIME 2.04.1    

West Cork, IE - The West Cork Harness Racing season is in full flight and another one of the highlights takes place on Sunday 22nd July at Manch Raceway. Ballineen Race Committee have down through the years been one of the strongest groups on the circuit and once again hold their annual raceday at "The Cornfield Oval" in Manch which is located a few miles on the western side of Ballineen Village . "We are indebted to the Duggan family for the use of their land in Manch" says Martin Hurley of the Ballineen Committee . Martin along with wife Angela and Richard "Barney" Bradfield are the backbone of the committee . Last year they ran heats and final and the format will be the same this time round and this year it will be The Tommy O Brien Memorial Handicap. The late Tommy O Brien passed away 25 years ago and was a brother of Angela Hurley. " Tommy was involved in harness racing in West Cork all his life until he passed away in 1993 both as a member of Ballineen Race Committee and he also held the positions on the executive on the ITHRF and The Old Cork County Trotting Association and the Big Heats and Final of the handicap will honor him " said Angela Hurley "We are extremely lucky with our loyal sponsors from both Ballineen and its sister village Enniskeane and from others from both near and far"added Hurley. The qualifing heats will have purses of €600 with the Grand final for a purse of €1200 . There will be a full supporting program including The Le Trot for Trotters ,a saddle race and maiden paces . The action gets under way at 2 30 PM and the venue is located west of Ballineen just off the R586 and will be sign posted on the day Details of entries can be found on by Tim Kelleher, for Harnesslink

WEST CORK, IR - Its being quite a week for Kieran Sheehy who is Stud Farm Manager at Moran Stud Farm who enjoyed success at Tipperary race course during the week and on Saturday evening Sheehy took the High grade Trot at Lissangle with Vivo De Bassiere .   Sheehy sent the nine year old to the front after half a lap and was never in danger easing to a 10 length victory.   Reclamation a three year old daughter of A Rock N Roll Dance showed she can handle all surfaces when landing the Grade F E & D Pace .A winner on the hard track in Portmarnock last week she followed up with a facile win on grass this week .Jointly owned by Bill Donovan from Florida and IB Stables in Baltimore she will be aimed at The M50 Skip Hire three year classic in mid July.   Tadhg Murphy who holds the trainers licence at IB stables had a smile as broad as the harbour in his native Baltimore when his son Eoin took the saddle race with Hail Spartucus.   Eoin a 14 year student has definitely inherited the family genes giving a polished performance on the winner who is owned by the Hill family owners of Hillside Farms.   John O Mahony and Luke Kelleher two of our up and coming drivers both got on the score sheet . O Mahony got Moorside Captain through "the eye of a Needle" up the inside of Panarc in the final eighth of a mile to take the G & G1 Pace.   The runner up driven by novice driver Kevin Myles will win soon but today was another learning curve . Meadowbrach Demon and Luke Kelleher are a formidable pairing and took the High Grade Pace. Rhyds Dilemma and then Supreme Sunshine both led but with 3 furlongs remaining Kelleher sent "The Iron Horse " alight and ran out a three length winner .   Heather Breeze and IB A Magican served up a titanic battle in the opener and the former was not to be denied winning by a head .   Dream De Broeuts has showed promise in his three previous runs and got the better of Un Boss in another photo finish.Once again a winning distance of a head for owner driver Patrick Hill .   Sunday 8th July is the next West Cork meeting in Drimoleague.   by Tim Kellerher, for Harnesslink   RESULTS Race One 1. Heather Breeze S Jennings 2. IB A Magician D Murphy 3. The Hitman M Goggin Jnr DIST Hd 4 TIME 2.39.8 Race Two 1. Dream De Broeuts P Hill 2. Un Boss J O Mahony 3. Banialouka K Sheehy DIST Hd Dist TIME 2.55.9 Race Three 1. Moorside Captain J O Mahony 2. Panarc K Myles 3. Splash The Cash DIST 4 9 TIME 2.46.9 Race Four 1. Reclamation D Murphy 2. Brywins Starship R Kingston 3. Brywins Picasso L Kelleher DIST 1 1/4 6 1/4 TIME 2.38.9 Race Five 1. Meadowbranch Demon L Kelleher 2. Supreme Sunshine J Boyle 3. Wellfield Ghost J Manning Jnr DIST 3 1 1/2 TIME 2.42.2 Race Six 1. Hail Spartacus E Murphy 2. Fairdays Bret C O Driscoll 3. Coalford Commander S Twomey DIST Dist 5 TIME 2.38.6 Race Seven 1. Vigo De Bassiere K Sheehy 2. Alineka Darche T Murphy 3. Bolero De La Fye D Murphy DIST 10 5 TIME 2.43.4

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