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Rock Of Gibraltar (IRE)
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Under Rules Total
Date Course Conditions
Change of Trainer Brendan W Duke to Thomas Cleary
ts2 Tongue Strap
es2 Eye Shield
ec2 Eye Cover
tt2 Tongue Tie
bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
srMentioned in Stewards Report in Results
bbvBroke Blood Vessel
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 Landline (IRE) was mentioned
Aidan and Donnacha O’Brien have swept all before them on the domestic front in recent weeks and Astronomer may complete a hat-trick for the pair in the 50,000 euro Sky Sports Racing Launching In 2019 Handicap at Listowel today.
Mon 10th Sep
Landline finished off best of all to take division two of the Alice Farrell Memorial Handicap for Tom and Rory Cleary.
Mon 03rd Sep
Change Of Velocity heads a field of just four runners for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Race at Navan on Saturday.
Sat 14th Jul
Tom Cleary continued a good recent run as Landline came out best in a thrilling finish to the six-furlong Inspire Child Development Centre Apprentice Handicap at Naas.
Sat 07th Jul
Landline gained a third career win in the BBQ & Music Evenings Handicap at Naas this evening as the Tom Cleary trained gelding gained a narrow win under recent Royal Ascot winner jockey Bill Lee.
Wed 27th Jun
Lord Erskine (25-1) maintained his steep upward curve when running out a decisive winner of the Irish Cesarewitch at NavanSun 08th Oct
The father and son team of Tom and Rory Cleary landed the Royal County Handicap at Navan with Landline.
Sun 08th Oct
Aidan O'Brien had the first three home in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF (C & G) Maiden at Tipperary, but not on the order that the market suggestedTue 26th Sep
Rory Cleary teamed up with his father Tom to claim the five-furlong handicap at Tipperary with Landline.
Tue 26th Sep
First reserve Always Dancing made the most of getting a run in Division One of the seven-furlong handicap at Gowran Park when scoring for Ger Lyons.
Sat 22nd Jul
After race at Roscommon Mon, 3rd Sep, 2018 (1st)
We were expecting that after his run here the last day [when third after being short of room]. He loves his racing and goes on any type of ground and it's a pleasure to have him in the yard. There's a handicap for him at Listowel; he's as good an excuse as you'll get to go to Listowel!
After race at Naas Sat, 7th Jul, 2018 (1st)
I’m delighted but not entirely surprised as we worked him on Thursday and we knew he’d improved. The handicapper went easy on us the last day and hopefully he won’t go too hard again. We might try him over seven at Galway as I’d like to have a runner there. He acts on any ground. He’s a pure pet in the yard and my grandson rides him around and he’s only seven. I have to thank Jim Bolger who put him my way last year and he wasn’t too hard on us either.
After race at Naas Wed, 27th Jun, 2018 (1st)
I have only four riding out at the moment so for two of them to win isn't too bad. He had a good run over five here last time. The last day we weren't sure what he'd be like on the quick ground, as both of his wins before this were on heavy. He came out of it well the last day and his legs were cool and everything so we said we'd give him a chance over the six and it worked well for him. Billy gave him a great ride as well and timed it very well. I suppose we were kind of confident but we still had the fear of the ground coming here today but luckily enough it worked out. While we have this weather we might get another one into him. I had him entered for five again tomorrow but I wouldn't chance that. Whatever comes first (five or six) we'll probably go for. He will improve from that again. He has improved a lot in a week and I'd expect he will improve again.
After race at Navan Sun, 8th Oct, 2017 (1st)
I'm delighted they put this extra race on and he's improved again. He's not the biggest and wouldn't be able to carry a lot of weight. Rory gave him a hell of a ride. I'd like to dedicate this win to my son Paul's father-in-law Jimmy Byrne who we buried yesterday. He came racing with me a lot and this is an emotional win.