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Reports in which Ice Cold In Alex (IRE) was mentioned
Michael Halford and Ronan Whelan combined for a double at Gowran Park as Ahlan Bil Zain took the featured Lengthen The Odds With BetVictor Handicap.
Sun 16th Jun
Ice Cold In Alex recorded his second win in the space of three weeks and brought his career tally to four when taking the Grant Thornton Rated Race at Leopardstown.
Thu 09th Aug
Yucatan bids to extend Aidan O'Brien’s excellent recent record in the GRENKE Finance Ballyroan Stakes at Leopardstown on Thursday evening.
Thu 09th Aug
After earlier winning the feature, Jim Bolger, his wife Jackie, and Kevin Manning doubled-up with Scoil Naisiunta in the BMW 182 Always In Reach Conlans Naas & Limerick Handicap.
Wed 25th Jul
After finishing second in the Railway Stakes over the course and distance last month, Marie's Diamond went one place better this afternoon, taking the Group 3 Jebel Ali Racecourse And Stables Angelsey Stakes.
Sat 21st Jul
The Ken Condon trained Ice Cold In Alex got revenge on Kailee in the Extra.ie Handicap.
Sat 21st Jul
Red Avenger had to survive a stewards enquiry before being confirmed as trainer Damian English's first winner at the Curragh.
Sun 01st Jul
The well-backed Casimiro took the Bulmers Live At Leopardstown Handicap, scoring under Colin Keane for Ger Lyons.
Fri 25th May
Duplication scored a second course and distance win in the Crowne Plaza Race & Stay Rated Race at Dundalk today when providing jockey Donnacha O’Brien with a 40th winner of the season and boost his albeit reasonably small prospects of winning a first Jockeys’ Championship.
Fri 18th Aug
Magic Bear made it three wins from five appearances when taking the five-furlong handicap at Tipperary.
Fri 11th Aug
Lethal Steps will bid to maintain his unbeaten record when he lines up in the feature at Tipperary on Friday, the Coolmore Ivawood Stakes.
Fri 11th Aug
Aidan and Donnacha O'Brien took centre stage at the Curragh with a trebleSat 29th Jul
Less than a length and three parts split the first six in the eight runner Extra.ie Handicap at the Curragh. Ken Condon's Ice Cold In Alex was the one to emerge on top in the sprint under Niall McCullagh.
Sat 29th Jul
The juveniles stole the show at Cork on Friday with Sioux Nation and Yolo Star both registering maiden successesFri 19th May
Caspian Prince (6-1) showed blistering speed to break Dundalk's five-furlong record in the Listed Mercury StakesFri 21st Oct
Ken Condon's Ice Cold In Alex relished his first crack at the polytrack in Dundalk as he raced away with the five furlong nursery.
Fri 21st Oct
Grecian Divine got off the mark on her eighth start, as she took the opener at Listowel, the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden.
Mon 12th Sep
The Jim Bolger trained Legitimus made all to take the opener at Gowran, the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden.
Wed 10th Aug
After race at Leopardstown Thu, 9th Aug, 2018 (1st)
It was ideal conditions with lovely quick ground and seven furlongs is probably his optimum. He was just worried out of it at Naas last time by a filly from Coolcullen who kept going like they always do from down there. They went a nice even pace and Niall was delighted with him. He seems to be in very good form at the moment and may come back here for Champions Weekend. He’ll probably be entered over six (at the Curragh) as well. The way he likes to be ridden with a full field you would want all the gaps and all the luck. Connections are getting great fun from him.
K J Condon
After race at Curragh Sat, 21st Jul, 2018 (1st)
He's been knocking on the door and he's got just rewards for his consistency,. Apart from his first run back of the year, which he needed and it was very soft ground at Navan, the rest of his runs have been consistent. He was second at Leopardstown and the last day here, on Derby weekend, he just got into a bit of a barging match and didn't get to run his race. We said that day that we'd wait for this. He likes the Curragh, likes level fair tracks, and it's great that all his connections are here today to enjoy it. He's a great fun horse and hopefully he might get another win before the season is out. Seven or a mile is good for him and he actually won a five furlong sprint here last year so he's quite versatile but just likes quick ground. He's in again on Wednesday and we'll see what the handicapper does. We'll see how he comes out of it. Galway probably wouldn't suit him. He likes galloping tracks and likes to come off a strong pace.
K J Condon