Sober Glory was the quickest of Saturday night’s Irish St.Leger semi final winners with a 29.40 run at Limerick. Karol Ramsbottom’s runner clocked 29.40, three spots quicker than the other semi winner, Clonbrien Treaty. Final draw
At Shelbrourne Park, Scooby Countess and Mustang Fever clocked identical times in the National Puppy Stake while Ballinakill Alf equalled the fastest sprint of the year.
At Galway, Robert Gleeson’s Droopys Mandolin continued her impressive form in the local Oaks with a 28.50 run, her ninth win in 12 Irish outings.
The oldest line of form on the chart belongs to Faypoint Harvey following his win in last week’s Munster Juvenile Cup semi final at Clonmel. He is one of four finalists for Graham Holland in tonight’s final.
Also, one for the notebook, Kit Man. The April ’22 half brother to Mr Chelm (Kildare) was 25 spots quickest than the next best at Enniscorthy’s Thursday meeting.