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Turtle Island (IRE)
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Date Course Conditions
Change of Trainer Thomas Gibney
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 Ah Littleluck (IRE) was mentioned
Trim-based handler Tom Gibney followed up on his victory with Young Paddymc at Punchestown less than a week ago to win the Race Displays Event Signage Beginners Chase at Navan courtesy of the David Mullins-ridden Ah Littleluck.
Sat 19th Jan
Its All Guesswork made the breakthrough on his fourth try over fences, as he ran out a comfortable winner of the Emerald Facility Services Beginners Chase.
Sun 23rd Sep
The Mee family had their fourth winner of Galway 2018 when Minella Beau justified heavy market support to land the Guinness Beginners Chase for Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh.
Thu 02nd Aug
Adimelo and Derek Fox served up a 14/1 surprise in the extended three mile one beginners' chase at Wexford.
Fri 06th Jul
Le Martalin and Ornua are the stand-out names in the feature at Wexford this evening, the Brendan Cullimore Electrical Novice Chase.
Fri 06th Jul
Gordon Elliott broke his BoyleSports Irish Grand National duck as General Principle came out on top in a dramatic race at FairyhouseMon 02nd Apr
Tom Gibney left Fairyhouse yesterday feeling like he’d hit the crossbar with Global Fert, caught close home in the novice handicap hurdle, but the Trim trainer certainly hit the back of the net 24 hours later with Ah Littleluck in the Fairyhouse Steel Handicap Hurdle.
Mon 02nd Apr
Thomas Hobson recaptured his sparkle to collect the big prize on offer in the Glascarn Handicap Hurdle for Willie Mullins at FairyhouseTue 18th Apr
The running of the Grade B I.N.H. Stallion Owners European Breeders Fund Novice Handicap Hurdle Series Final at Fairyhouse left us with plenty to digest in its aftermath. Connections of Returntovendor (20s into 16s) will remember the three miler most fondly as he made the most of his bottom-weight impost.
Tue 18th Apr
Watching the Geraldine McCarthy Memorial Handicap Hurdle at Cork you were of a mind for a while to think that the veteran Rory O'Moore could have slipped the field in a clear lead. He weakened from before the second last to beat only two home as Moores Road followed up on his Limerick Christmas festival win.
Sat 07th Jan
The Tom Gibney trained Ah Littleluck completed his hat-trick in style, as he took the Old Weir Handicap Hurdle in convincing fashion.
Mon 06th Jun
Ah Littleluck (2-1 fav) proved too strong for Lofgren when landing the feature race at Sligo, the Brenda Anderson Memorial Cup Rated Novice HurdleMon 23rd May
"It was a competitive little race and it was a big big step up from his Cork maiden hurdle win, which looked ordinary," acknowledged trainer Tom Gibney after his Ah Littleluck took the Brenda Anderson Memorial Cup Rated Novice Hurdle at Sligo under Mark Flanagan.
Mon 23rd May
Ah Littleluck took advantage of a drop in class to take the three-mile McCarthy Insurance Group Maiden Hurdle at Cork.
Fri 06th May
Seeyouallincoppers proved he has taken his excellent run at the Punchestown Festival in his stride by landing Cork's McCarthy Insurance Group Handicap HurdleFri 06th May
What we ended up with was a treble for Gigginstown House Stud and Bryan Cooper after the win of Victory Mill (13/2) in the Fairyhouse Membership 2016 Maiden Hurdle. It could have been five from five for Willie Mullins though, if Au Quart De Tour hadn't fallen at the last.
Sat 19th Dec
Walkers Point made all as he ran out a good winner of the last at Cork, the Follow Cork Racecourse On Twitter Flat Race.
Sun 30th Aug
After race at Navan Sat, 19th Jan, 2019 (1st)
The race cut up in fairness and we got all the luck we needed which doesn’t always happen for him,.
After race at Listowel Mon, 6th Jun, 2016 (1st)
That was a lovely performance and it is lucky the owners weren't listening to me as I wanted to let him out a month ago!. He is thriving in the sunshine and is eating, looking and doing well. That was only his second run in a handicap and I think he's a nice horse. He'll definitely have a breather now as he's on the go a long time.
After race at Sligo Mon, 23rd May, 2016 (1st)
We originally thought he was a winter horse. He has been on the go a long time now and I'm keen to give him a break,. He is owned by a good friend of mine, Kevin Haigney, from Drogheda, who had his first winner with this horse at Cork last time. Mark (Flanagan) is based with Ger Keane but does bits of work for me and is riding out of his skin at the moment.