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Ivy off the mark at Navan

first_img Her late efforts when staying on for fifth at Naas on Sunday didn’t go unnoticed and this time Paul Deegan’s filly was ridden much more prominently by Chris Hayes, contesting the early lead with Great Wide Open and Shanghai Beauty. The 5-4 favourite pulled clear with the latter as they entered the final furlong and asserted close home to score by a length and a half. Red Ivy backed up the confidence behind her in the betting market when landing the Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Median Auction Maiden at Navan. In Salutem (10-1) came with a late rattle to win by the same distance in the Tote Jackpot Races Three To Six Handicap. The return soft ground and drop in trip sparked improvement in Kevin Condon’s runner, who flew late on under Shane Foley to get the better of 7-2 favourite Bubbly Bellini. Billy Lee was the pilot as Condon completed a double a courtesy of Harold Peto (11-4), who built on a promising course debut when taking the Win A Ski Holiday Racecard Competition Median Auction Maiden in dominant fashion by a length and a half from Avenante. Lee notched a double of his own when partnering Lettre De Cachet (9-1) to a half-length success over Very Intense in the closing Bet Online At thetote.com Maiden. 7Ib claimer Donnacha O’Brien continues to impress and got a good tune out of Happy Anniversary (10-1), an impressive three-length winner from Rose Angel in the www.navanracecourse.ie Handicap, while Princess Glamour (11-2) proved a length and a quarter too good for Dash in the Tote Super Trifecta Handicap. Course specialist Hazariban (8-1) held the late challenge of The Fox Tully in the Tote Mobile Betting Handicap. Deegan said: “She ran very well in Naas. She got a bad bang coming out of the stalls and it knocked the stuffing out of her but she rattled home. “She seemed very well so we let her take her chance. “We think she’s a very smart filly. She ran very well first time at the Curragh. We ran her back quickly and she got no run in a Listed race at Naas while Dundalk was a bit lively for her. “We could start her off in something like the Madrid Handicap and hopefully take in a Guineas trial. “She is ground dependent as she needs a bit of a dig. She’ll be a nice filly for slower ground.” Hannah’s Magic (9-1) chose a good time to get off the mark as she landed the Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Fillies Handicap, the most valuable race of the afternoon. Winless from 13 previous tries on the level and a spin over hurdles last month, Arthur Moore’s three-year-old was always travelling well in the 10-furlong event and soon put the race to bed when Sean Corby pushed the button just over a furlong out. The pair galloped clear to score in style from Nancy Rose, who could only get within three and a half lengths of the winner as she stayed on for second. Press Associationlast_img read more