BLAKE AND SCOTTY IMPRESS FOR SEAVIEW KENNELS AT A VERY WET YOUGHAL

BLAKE AND SCOTTY IMPRESS FOR SEAVIEW KENNELS AT A VERY WET YOUGHAL

Barry Drake

Youghal track was running very slow on Monday night as the rain hammered down throughout the night. Track officials rated the track 0.80 slow. Only six of the winners managed to dip under the 30-second barrier.

The Seaview kennels, Ring, enjoyed a fine double on the night.
The feature race of the night came in the seventh, an A0-A1, with Seaview Scotty landing the spoils for the Walsh brothers.

Ballycowen Lexi took control early and she raced four lengths clear heading into the third corner. At this stage, the 6-1 winner was only fourth, but he relished the sloppy conditions, flying home to beat the early leader, by a length, in 29.68.

EXCITING BLAKE
Exciting two bend performer Skylight Blake made the most of a great opportunity when taking the closing race on the card for trainer

 Nicky Walsh and owners the Skylight-Syndicate. Skylight Blake, fresh from his impressive victory around Curraheen Park on Saturday night, clocking the best run to the third corner on the night as he flew clear. A runaway seven lengths success in the A3/A4 contest, in 29.88.

NICE DEBUT RUN FROM SALAH

Corrin Salah made a smart winning debut in the opener, winning for William Kelleher, Fermoy.

An August son of Skywalker Rory, he made most to win easily, in 29.85.

TATTOO DOES IT AGAIN

Tattoo made it back-to-back victories in the tenth, an A2, in 29.80.

Pat Moloney's 5-2 winner turned handy and she kicked for home heading down the far side. A smart display, three and a half lengths clear of Boleys Master.

IN OTHER RACES

Race 11, an A3, went the way of Black Malibu (7-2), who finished powerfully to score, in 29.80, for Sally O'Donovan. A nice performance from the winner as he looked a strong contest.
Witches Sydney took the third, an A3, for the Lisgoold kennel of Liam Twomey. Philipstown Bid led around the opening turns, but the 7-4 winner flew by as they approached the third corner. Pulling away up the home straight, the son of Crash impressed with a four-length success, in 29.90.
The kennels of Michael O'Callaghan, Carrignavar and Joseph Crotty, Dungarvan, also enjoyed doubles on the night.