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Reports in which He Rock's (IRE) was mentioned
The Connolly's RED MILLS Amateur National (Q.R.) Handicap Chase is one of the most interesting heats on Punchestown's Saturday programme.
Sat 13th Jan
Mark Walsh bagged a double at Punchestown when driving Any Second Now to victory in the Grade Two Sky Bet Moscow Flyer Novice HurdleSat 14th Jan
Owner Eddie O'Connell and his family are enjoying a good time with their horses this season and despite unappealing recent form figures, connections will be hoping that Bachasson can get back on track in the sportinglife.com Beginners Chase at Punchestown on Saturday.
Sat 14th Jan
After a 3-0 win for Brighton in the Championship on Tuesday, club chairman Tony Bloom will be hoping to see his racing silks carried to victory by Penhill in Thursday's Grade Two Guinness Novice Hurdle at Limerick.
Thu 29th Dec
Roscommon opt to save the most valuable race on the card until last, which sees He Rock's bid to defy a 9lb rise in the Follow Roscommon On Facebook Handicap ChaseMon 17th Oct
He's Rocks got a flyer from the start in the extended three mile one handicap chase at Roscommon and he made the most of it to come home clear.
Mon 17th Oct
The concluding Follow Roscommon On Facebook Handicap Chase is the most valuable contest on today's programme, with the Karl Thornton-trained Bearly Legal heading the field of seven.
Mon 17th Oct
Tocororo ran way with the Grade Three Ballybrit Novice Chase at GalwayTue 06th Sep
Locally-based Steve Mahon brought up a Galway double when the Keith Donoghue-ridden He Rock's (10/1) landed the spoils in the Colm Quinn BMW Handicap Chase.
Tue 06th Sep
Galway Plate second placer Alelchi Inois justified odds of 4/9 with ease, beating the fifth home in the week's highlight, Clarcam, by no less than thirty two lengths under Ruby Walsh in the At The Races Chase at Ballybrit.
Sun 31st Jul
Rebel Cry followed-up on his win at Thurles in March as he got the better of Sir Abbot in the feature race at Roscommon this evening, the myITdepartment.ie Handicap Chase.
Mon 09th May
Heavenly Brook showed his younger rivals how it was done when making all in the Martinstown Opportunity Handicap Chase at ClonmelThu 05th Mar
Heavenly Brook certainly wasn't winning out of turn when taking the Martinstown Opportunity Handicap Chase at Clonmel under a dashing ride by Luke Dempsey.
Thu 05th Mar
Coolaghknock Glebe will try to make it a double at Clonmel as he steps up in trip for Thursday's Martinstown Opportunity Handicap Chase.
Thu 05th Mar
Our Katie continued her progression over fences with victory in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Novice Chase at ThurlesThu 12th Feb
He Rock's landed a nice touch when defying top-weight with some style in the Rock Of Cashel Handicap Chase at Thurles.
Thu 12th Feb
Trainer John Joe Walsh rarely leaves Limerick over Christmas without a winner and registered his first in this year's Festival when his Page Turner made all to win the Irish Independent Beginners Chase, under amateur jockey Ambrose McCurtin.
Sat 28th Dec
The second last fence often plays a pivotal role in deciding the outcome of chases at Clonmel, and that point was never more illustrated than in the Kilsheelan Beginners Chase where Golanbrook ultimately came home virtually alone.
Thu 05th Dec
After race at Roscommon Mon, 17th Oct, 2016 (1st)
He’s been in great form since Galway. Sophie who has been riding him out said she couldn’t hold him anymore. I rode him out then and to be fair to her she was right. He seemed to come alive on the way to Galway and since we put the blinkers and tongue tie on him. I said to Tom ‘imagine you made me run him on quick ground here in the summer’. But Tom (Quinn, owner) said at the time he wasn’t worth worrying about and he was frustrating. I’ve always held him in high regard and ran him in the Troytown last year. I’ve always thought he was in the same bracket as Prince Of Tara, who won the Troytown. We could look at that again and he’ll campaign in those three mile races over the winter. I feel sorry for Keith Donoghue. The horse lost his confidence in the past jumping and he got him going again. I was even going to let him carry 2lb overweight and I suppose I could have let him carry 7lb over today the way he won.
S J Mahon
After race at Galway Tue, 6th Sep, 2016 (1st)
Keith (Donoghue) thought he went slow at Ballinrobe, and today wanted to make the running, but I told him to wait until the fourth last before sending him on - he probably won too far but it was good to win. I thought a lot of him as a young horse and minded him but he has been disappointing to say the least. He'll go for something similar next.
S J Mahon
After race at Thurles Thu, 12th Feb, 2015 (1st)
Coming here today I'd have been disappointed if he didn't show a return to some form and Tom Quinn (owner) had a nice few quid on him at 33's. I'm a dreamer but he is a horse that I've held in the same regard as Prince Of Tara who won the Troytown - he gallops all day and jumps like a buck. It's a long way to get to a Troytown but I can see this lad progressing along those lines. Ger (Fox) is originally from near me and reminds me a bit of Barry Geraghty when Barry was starting off. I'm not saying he's as good but he rides well and comes to me once a week to ride out and school.
S J Mahon