TREBLE FOR MOLONEY WITH SPRINGSIDE AMY GOING QUICKEST ON THE CLOCK

TREBLE FOR MOLONEY WITH SPRINGSIDE AMY GOING QUICKEST ON THE CLOCK

Barry Drake

Garryvoe trainer Pat Moloney recorded a magnificent treble on last night's card at Youghal track.

The local trainer recorded a 1-2 in the opener, which was the final of the €750 Youghal Track Supporters Club unraced stake, with Ringo Kid (Tullymurry Act-Vickis Lady) getting the better of Garryvoe Captain.

Just making the corner in front, the 5-2 winner showed blistering pace heading down the back. Seven in front down the far side, the runner up made late gains all the way home. At the line, half a length separated the front two, in 29.42.

DOUBLE

15 mins later, in race two, an A4, Vicki Surprise made it a double for team Moloney.

Winning for the first time on her 13th career outing, she powered home to beat Mescal Pearl, by two lengths, in 29.54, at odds of 11-2.

TREBLE

The night got even better in race six, an A4, with Blade making it a treble on the night.

A 5-1 chance, she came from well off the pace to beat the rallying Slaneyside Ashly. A head between them in 29.80.

GAMBLE LANDED

Backed as if defeat was out of the question, Springside Amy delivered a superb performance to win race five, an A6.

In front after the second corner, the gambled on 5-4 favourite pulled further and further clear throughout. At the line, she was eight and a half lengths clear, in 29.07.

BREAKING WELL 

Breaking well, Witches Sonia was soon in front in race four, an A3.

Liam Twomey’s 9-4 shot was always in control and she came home five and a half lengths clear of Sarou Sharon, in 29.27.

MASSIVE EARLY GEARS

Hollyhill Beller was back to winning form in race seven, an A2.

Owned by Ger Gubbins, Fermoy, the 5-1 chance went clear early and just held Mike Dash, by a length, in 29.21, at odds of 4-1.

Margaret Kiely (YTSC) making the presentation to Pat Moloney after Ringo Kid winning the opener, the final of the YTSC Unraced Stake. Also included are: John O'Brien, Tim Kelleher and Martin Murphy.