26th February 2017
8 Runners in Naas today: We begin the day with MORGAN in the opening Maiden Hurdle. He finished 4th on his first start over hurdles, hopefully he will have learned a lot from this and Bryan Cooper rides. Two of our runners go to post for the 2m Handicap Hurdle,
25th February 2017
FAIRYHO– USE: We have 2 lining up in the opening race of the day the Grade 3 Juvenile Hurdle. DINARIA DES OBEAUX ran well to finish 3rd in a Grade 1 at Leopardstown on her last outing, she has a 7lbs fillies allowance and Bryan Cooper rides MENGLI KHAN ran
23rd February 2017
5 runners at Thurles today; REALT MOR – Jack Kennedy & SHADOW CATCHER – Mikey Fogarty give their owner Mrs P Sloan a double edged sword in the Rated Chase of just 5 runners. We’ve seen a revival of form from Realt Mor recently proving there’s life in the 12
22nd February 2017
7 runners today at Punchestown: KNOCKMAOLE BOY is up first for the Twenty Times Two Syndicate in the 2m Maiden Hurdle, he ran very well for us on his yard debut and we hope he has improved from that run, there are a couple of dangers here but he’s in great order
21st February 2017
Crazy busy morning for entries yesterday! We had 10 races closing in which we made more than 90 entries! That takes us to a total of an incredible 156 Cheltenham Festival entries so far – and there are still 4 races to close!
20th February 2017
What a great weekend! Another 4 winners to add to the list including a Grade 2 and 2 Grade 3’s – Sutton Place, Ball D’Arc, Tombstone and Poli Roi. As well as the winners we had plenty of placed horses including De Plotting Shed who was 2nd in the Grade 2 and Clarcam.
17th February 2017
No runners today but a busy weekend ahead with Gowran Park tomorrow and Navan on Sunday. We are now up to a total of 179 winners for the season – 155 in Ireland and 24 in the UK. Can we hit 200 before the end of the season?!
16th February 2017
6 runners at Clonmel today (1 reserve) RUNFORDAVE (pictured) is up first in the Munster Hurdle of just 5 runners, he has been consistently impressive on all his starts with his latest being his most promising finishing 3rd in a Grade 2 at Punchestown. If he handles todays ground there’s no