FOR ONE MOMENT THE STANDOUT PERFORMER AT YOUGHAL TRACK

FOR ONE MOMENT THE STANDOUT PERFORMER AT YOUGHAL TRACK

Barry Drake

FOR ONE MOMENT (Laughil Blake-Jet Stream Babs) was the standout performer at Monday's Youghal meeting where Henning Olesen's runner broke the magical 29-second barrier.

 A February puppy, it was clear she was on for a big run after flying from traps to lead. In her previous winning outing, she had come from off the pace to score. Showing significant speed throughout the A3 contest, the 4-1 shot came home nine and a half lengths clear of her nearest rival, in 28.92. A magnificent display of all-round pace.

DOUBLE FOR TRAINER JAKE FAUL

The father and son combination of Sean and Jake Faul recorded a brilliant double.
Trained by Jake Faul, Inniskeen Rosie was first to oblige, winning the third, an A5, in 29.61. After breaking in front, she was always going to take the world of beating. Strong throughout, the 9-2 shot came home with five lengths to spare over Dunbar Ace, in 29.61.

DOUBLE
Three races later, the Youghal kennel completed the double as Allsmileslaura (5-2) made all of the running to win the A7, in 29.86.

Showing good foot to the third turn, the February puppy recorded a three and a half success over Parlow Blaze, in 29.86.

IN OTHER RACES

Mogelly trainer Denis Fitzgerald introduced a smart newcomer in the opener, Ballycowen Lexi winning with plenty to spare. Backed into 1-3, the June puppy broke well and quickly shot clear, winning for owners, Dean Harpur and Jonathan O'Callaghan, in 29.53.
Beast made it three wins from just six career starts when running away with the fourth, an A2. Owned and trained by Pat Moloney, Garryvoe, the 7-1 outsider was soon in front and he showed massive all-round pace to win, in 29.24.
Margos Lass delivered a spirited performance to win race nine, an A4, in 29.46, for Jack Foley McGann, Midelton. The 3-1 winner finishing well to win, in 29.46.