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Reports in which Ballyoisin (IRE) was mentioned
Connections of Footpad are confident he can get his season back on track in the Paddy’s Rewards Club “Sugar Paddy” Chase at Leopardstown today.
Thu 27th Dec
Ballyoisin obliterated his three rivals in the Grade Two Fortria Chase at Navan with an excellent round of jumping.
Sun 11th Nov
Ballyoisin bids to continue his winning spree in thetote.com Fortria Chase at Navan today.
Sun 11th Nov
Owner JP McManus completed a late double on the card at Listowel when the Martin Brassil-trained Vent De La Cote sprang a 25/1 shock in the finale.
Thu 13th Sep
Darragh O'Keeffe shone on classy performer Ballyoisin as the talented claimer landed a big pot in JP McManus' colours in the Ladbrokes Ireland Listowel Handicap Hurdle.
Thu 13th Sep
Shanning leads a four-strong Willie Mullins team into battle in the Ladbrokes Ireland Listowel Handicap Hurdle on Thursday.
Thu 13th Sep
Ballyoisin continues to build towards the big future that was predicted for him earlier in his career and he made it two from two in the Odds Boost Your Bets On The Ladbrokes App Chase at Punchestown.
Wed 13th Jun
Ballyoisin and Barry Geraghty ground their rivals into the turf with a dominant front-running performance in the Grade Three chase at Killarney.
Mon 14th May
Shaneshill is the star name on show in the Beaufort Golf Club An Riocht Chase at Killarney today.
Mon 14th May
Outlander put his best foot forward to register his third Grade One triumph in the JNwine.com Champion Chase at Down RoyalSat 04th Nov
The Noel Meade-trained Disko made all to make a winning return to action in the MyCarNeedsA.com Chase at Down Royal.
Sat 04th Nov
Ballyoisin enjoyed a smooth success in the Grade B handicap chase over two miles one furlong in Cork.
Sun 15th Oct
The Henry De Bromhead trained, Gigginstown House Stud owned Attribution (9/2) upset odds-on shot Ballyoisin at Limerick today, landing the feature race on the card, the Limerick GAA Chase.
Sat 22nd Jul
Ballyoisin is very much the one to beat in the Limerick GAA Steeplechase today after delivering at Killarney during the week.
Sat 22nd Jul
Ballyoisin won the feature Dick And Mary Butler Memorial Handicap Chase at Killarney, but the meeting was overshadowed by a horrible fall for Ana O'Brien in the second race on the cardTue 18th Jul
A terrific display of jumping by Ballyoisin sealed Killarney's Grade B handicap chase for Enda Bolger and Jody McGarvey.
Tue 18th Jul
Gordon Elliott reached a significant landmark when Moonday Sun swept past his rivals to take the two-mile handicap hurdle at Punchestown in fine style.
Wed 31st May
Sutton Place continued on his upward curve by leading home a Gordon Elliott-trained one-two in the Ladbrokes Ireland Boyne Hurdle at NavanSun 19th Feb
After a reverse in the opener when 4/11 chance Broken Soul could only manage third place, Gigginstown House Stud, Gordon Elliott and Bryan Cooper got back on track when Ball D'Arc did the business in the Grade 3 Flyingbolt Novice Chase at Navan.
Sun 19th Feb
Ball D'Arc secured a Fairyhouse double for Gordon Elliott and Jack Kennedy when streaking clear to land the Bar One Racing Dan Moore Memorial Handicap ChaseSun 15th Jan
The J.P. McManus owned, Enda Bolger trained Ballyoisin made all for an impressive win in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Beginners Chase at Fairyhouse today, jumping boldly to win under jockey Barry Geraghty.
Sun 15th Jan
Dylan Robinson rode out his seven pound claim and in the process partnered his first double when successful on Balko Des Flos in the Follow Us On Social Media Beginners Chase at Fairyhouse.
Sun 01st Jan
Casual Approach came out on top in a thrilling finish to the Albany Hurdle at NavanSat 26th Sep
Ballyoisin justified his short price when running out an impressive winner of the opening Troytown Bar Maiden Hurdle at Navan.
Sat 26th Sep
Limini looks another for Willie Mullins to go to war with as she took the two mile maiden hurdle in Punchestown on her Irish debut.
Sat 16th May
Foildubh heads the field for the Panoramic Restaurant Handicap Chase at Punchestown today as he seeks his first success in 18 months.
Sat 16th May
After race at Navan Sun, 11th Nov, 2018 (1st)
Jumping is his thing and a big track like this a horse like him can excel. That's what he did. Down the back you are winging and winging but he's taking them on and you have to go with him. You are taking a punt when you are doing it three or four times in a row. But 10 strides from the last I'm saying 'come here, we don't need anything fancy here!'. He's just one of those horses with a good attitude and he wants to go on and wants to do it and wants to please. He's rated 157 and I know he was very impressive today but I'd say it was just the style of racing suited him. if he's in a handicap off 157 it could work for him as well. It's hard to know (how far up the ranks he can go) but he was good fun today. We're delighted with him and he's doing everything we're asking of him. His jumping is slick and the one question mark we would have is the real heavy winter ground. He seems to be in good form all the time at home. We'll follow the ground and follow the money. Leopardstown could be his track with all the fences as he loves the jumping. He's a dream of a horse.
After race at Listowel Thu, 13th Sep, 2018 (1st)
I rode my first winner in Killarney and that’s my biggest win. I was like a child in a candy shop yesterday when I saw my name down to ride him. He’s a very good horse and had the form to prove that as well. Frank (Berry) picked the race out. His chase wins this year were really good and he’s rated 157 over fences and 131 over hurdles so that was the reason and it was a great pot to get. He’s happier going left-handed. Darragh was a good pony race rider and he’s been with us now for the last 12 months. He’s getting plenty of experience over hurdles and fences, and he’s going the right way all right.
After race at Punchestown Wed, 13th Jun, 2018 (1st)
Barry was saying he's slicker going left handed but the ground is everything for him,. A conditions race at Limerick could be next. As regards Galway and the Plate, I don't know if there's enough jumps coming home there for him. Jumping is his asset and he wants the ground really good. Barry and himself are a match made in heaven.
After race at Killarney Mon, 14th May, 2018 (1st)
He is an improving horse and ground is the key and it came at the right time. He got a lovely ride from Barry and jumps like a stag out of that ground. He has a very high cruising speed and is rated up there now so we have to go for these type of races with him. Barry, Frank (Berry) and JP will discuss plans now but he might be vulnerable coming up that Galway hill for the Galway Plate so we'll see. He's a speedy fellow and we'll follow the prize money with him.
After race at Cork Sun, 15th Oct, 2017 (1st)
I was worried about the ground as he is a typical Presenting and likes nice ground but he really handled it well and settled as well which was good as well. That man (Donal McInerney) is riding out of his skin too and that's his forte as he is cool and sat and waited with him. That's two 50,000 euro races he has won now and it was a professional performance. The time he was running in his hurdle rating, everyone was touting him but he had a chip in a knee then and just wasn't as good but he was feeling no pain today. I don't know where we'll go from here and Frank (Berry) will guide me in the right direction and while he'll have to step up in grade now, the future looks good for that horse.
After race at Killarney Tue, 18th Jul, 2017 (1st)
He always threatened to do that and I have a feeling that he is this type of ground horse. He travels so well during the winter on soft ground and doesn't help himself and that was the reason he had a few falls too. We'll stay kicking on with him now during the summer and the 2m1f chase at Galway is a possibility.