FANTASTIC DISPLAY FROM CHUNKY EXILE

FANTASTIC DISPLAY FROM CHUNKY EXILE

Barry Drake

CHUNKY EXILE ran out a most impressive of Monday night's eight-race at Youghal track, clocking a top class 28.97.

Owned by Andrew Lynch, Cappoquinn, the 7-4 winner didn't produce his usual flying start but he showed electric early gears to slip around in front. It looked a red hot A0-A1 on paper but the winner turned it into a one-dog event. Striding clear down the back straight, the 7-4 shot put on another fantastic display. Cunningar Spice caught the eye in second, four lengths back.

BACK TO WINNING FORM

Seaview Origi was back to winning ways in race nine, putting on a strong display in the A4 contest. Galloping strongly down the back straight, the 7-4 second choice of the punters was in front at the third corner. Dower Dubh was trying hard throughout but the winner had a length and a half to spare, in 29.35.

HENNING OLESEN DOUBLE

The kennel of Henning Olesen, Tipperary, recorded a brilliant double.

Moment In Life was the first to oblige when landing a few decent bets in the second, an A5. A strong running lady, the 5-2 shot turned second around the opening corners, in front soon after, she pulled two lengths clear of Cavies Jer, in 29.96.

ONE MOMENT

Two races later, One Moment completed the double when making most of the running in the A3 contest.

Pulling clear down the back, she was all out to hold the fast-finishing Tattoo, in 29.41.

IN OTHER RACES

In race three, Hollyhill Beller impressed with a superb front running display.

In a strongly contested A2, the 4-1 shot showed flying early pace to easily open up a healthy advantage. The outcome was never in doubt as he came home six and a half lengths clear of Johnstown Sky, in 29.27, winning for Ger Gubbins, Fermoy.

RESERVE

Reserve runner Cunningar Honey delivered a fine performance in the opener.

Breaking smartly to lead, Michael O’Keeffe’s 6-4 shot showed great all-round pace to win, in 29.50, for the Dungarvan kennel.

THAT WAS NICE

Race 11, an A3, went the way of Thats Not Nice, for Benny Deady, Midelton.

Powering up the home straight to score, in 29.53, at odds of 4-1.

WINNING DEBUT

Black Maverick made a winning debut for Jake Faul, Youghal, in the closing race.

A brilliant performance on Youghal debut and one would imagine there is much more to come. A neck clear of Ballyhimikin News, in 29.63.