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Change of Trainer Michael Hourigan
ts2 Tongue Strap
es2 Eye Shield
ec2 Eye Cover
tt2 Tongue Tie
bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
srMentioned in Stewards Report in Results
The superscript number on headgear bl2 indicates number of times worn. A plus bl+ indicates more than 10 times where as red background bl1indicates first time.
Reports in which About You (IRE) was mentioned
Gambled-on Galway-owned favourite Theatre World was beaten by another with an owner from the City of the Tribes as reserve Oh'herewego (25s into 20s) made full use of his opportunity in the Paud, Sarah & Mary Fitzmaurice Handicap Hurdle at Listowel.
Fri 14th Sep
Roscommon stages the first three-year-old hurdle of the season this evening, with 15 declared for this Railway Bar-sponsored contest.
Tue 07th Aug
Ricky Doyle and Conor O’Dwyer teamed up to take the OCR Waste Management Handicap Hurdle with Floramar but only after a tremendous three-way photo finish at Roscommon.
Tue 12th Jun
Kaiser Black heads the weights for thetote.com Connacht National at Roscommon this evening.
Tue 12th Jun
About You provided Michael Hourigan with his second success of the current campaign, as she took the Summer Party Discount Group Booking Handicap Hurdle.
Tue 05th Jun
The two mile five furlong handicap hurdle at Limerick boiled down to three horses and it was The Grey Guy who saw it out best.
Thu 28th Dec
After race at Kilbeggan Tue, 5th Jun, 2018 (1st)
We have a handful of horses and we're doing alright. I'm as happy as the proverbial pig doing what I'm doing and that's very important as I'm 56 years at it now,. I fancied her going to Tipperary but we arrived there and it was a bog. Danny said she just loves that ground and she won a point-to-point on good ground. She got beat in Limerick on soft ground, a slower gallop suits her on soft ground. She's a half-sister to that good horse we had, What's Happening. He's won twice in Cheltenham for Tom George. She won a point and chasing will be her forte. I gave my nephew the mare a couple of years ago to give him half an interest and she's bred two winners now. A lot of mares never breed a winner and she was only a bit of a mare and was no good herself. She kept her genes for the others.