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King's Theatre (IRE)
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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 On The Go Again (IRE) was mentioned
Hand On Heart puts her unbeaten record on the line in the Edmund & Josie Whelan Memorial Listowel Stakes today.
Mon 10th Sep
Top Othe Ra repeated his win in the concluding Guinness Handicap Hurdle from twelve months back to provide Tom and Helen Mullins with compensation having missed the cut for the big one yesterday.
Fri 03rd Aug
On The Go Again regained the winning thread in the Listed Heritage Stakes at LeopardstownMon 16th Apr
On The Go Again quickened up in fine style to land the featured Heritage Stakes at Leopardstown this afternoon.
Mon 16th Apr
Brendan Brackan bids for his sixth Listed success when he reappears in the Heritage Stakes at Leopardstown today.
Mon 16th Apr
Allegio made every post a winning one to claim top honours in the feature Cork Handicap at the Mallow venueSat 31st Mar
Allegio produced a powerful front-running performance to land the featured Cork Handicap this afternoon at the Mallow venue.
Sat 31st Mar
The ground at Cork remains heavy on the Flat course ahead of today's action.
Sat 31st Mar
Irish Lincolnshire hero On The Go Again makes a swift reappearance for the Cork Handicap on Saturday.
Sat 31st Mar
Making Light got her revenge on Elegant Pose to claim Group Three glory in the Lodge Park Stud Irish EBF Park Express Stakes at NaasSun 25th Mar
Gary Carroll took the honours in the Tote Irish Lincolnshire (Premier Handicap) for the second year in succession as On The Go Again landed a gamble in the big one at Naas.
Sun 25th Mar
Jezki served notice that he is still a force to be reckoned with a comprehensive success in the Istabraq Hurdle at TipperarySun 01st Oct
On The Go Again continues to go from strength to strength and he made it four wins on the bounce in the TheTote.com Handicap at Tipperary today.
Sun 01st Oct
On The Go Again transferred his excellent Flat form to the NH sphere by triumphing in the Liam Healy Memorial Lartigue Hurdle at ListowelTue 12th Sep
An uncle and nephew teamed up to make the Grade B Liam Healy Memorial Lartigue Handicap Hurdle a family affair as Ross O'Sullivan won the day three Listowel highlight on the Michael Mulvany-trained On The Go Again (7/2 favourite).
Tue 12th Sep
On The Go Again was turned out quickly after a Roscommon win on Monday to supplement those earnings in the Drogheda Traders Plate Handicap at Bellewstown.
Wed 30th Aug
On The Go Again registered his second victory this week with a gritty display in the Drogheda Traders Plate Handicap at BellewstownWed 30th Aug
The Mick Mulvany trained On The Go Again gained a third win this year when landing the Pyramid Bookmakers Handicap at Roscommon today under jockey Gary Carroll.
Mon 28th Aug
The Mick Halford-trained Allography rattled home to take the Scotch Hall Shopping Centre Ladies Day Handicap, the feature race at Bellewstown on Friday eveningFri 07th Jul
Mick Mulvany made the always wise move of avoiding one of Aidan O’Brien’s horses at Bellewstown today and the decision paid off for the trainer, as his aptly named On The Go Again landed the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Median Auction Maiden, under a well judged Gary Carroll ride.
Fri 07th Jul
Godolphin have enjoyed an excellent week at Royal Ascot and the famous royal blue silks were also carried to victory in the Magners Ulster Derby at Down Royal by ClongowesSat 24th Jun
Gustavus Vassa looked a promising type when making a winning debut for Andy Oliver in the concluding Irish Stallion Farms EBF Median Auction Maiden at Down Royal.
Sat 24th Jun
Carole Rose prevailed in a thrilling finish to the myITdepartment.ie Handicap Chase at Roscommon on Monday eveningMon 08th May
Act Of Valour made it third time lucky, as he ran out an easy winner of the season opener at Roscommon, the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Median Auction Maiden.
Mon 08th May
Rachael Blackmore's persistence paid off as Folsom Blue's unlikely victory in the Newgrange Veterans Handicap Chase completed a Navan brace for the riderSat 04th Mar
Rachael Blackmore was seen at her best when completing a double on the day as Folsom Blue bounced back to form in the Newgrange Veterans Handicap Chase at Navan.
Sat 04th Mar
On The Go Again got his hurdling career off to the best possible start when upsetting the odds-on Icario in the Racing 19th March Maiden Hurdle at Navan.
Sat 04th Mar
After race at Leopardstown Mon, 16th Apr, 2018 (1st)
Gary said they didn’t go that fast early on and he hit a bit of a flat spot in the straight but when he hit the rising ground he was away. He’s after having a hard start to the season so he’ll go on his holidays now and hopefully come back for the Galway Hurdle. That’s the big plan, and he might have a prep run somewhere. We like winning at Bellewstown so maybe we could go there. That’s my first Listed winner but I’ve never had a horse like that before. Tough As Nails was a great horse but this horse is so versatile, tough and honest, and he always gives his all.
After race at Naas Sun, 25th Mar, 2018 (1st)
He gets two mile (over hurdles) on goodish ground but just about on heavy ground and he has always shown plenty of speed,. I said to Gary 'what do you think about the Lincoln' and he said 'I'd love to ride him in it.'. Then I had a work with Mark Bird (handicapper) and he said to me that he was one of the horses that he thought could win the Lincoln. We changed plans and kept him away from Cheltenham. We were ready for this race and I haven't even thought where we go after this but looking at that we'd probably have to go up into a Group race. The long range plan is that I'd like to go to the Galway Hurdle. He'll probably get a few spins on the Flat and then we might give him a little break around May all going well. We were second in a Group 2 before but that's the best race we've ever won.
After race at Listowel Tue, 12th Sep, 2017 (1st)
This was the plan from early in the year and we were saving his handicap mark. His runs on the Flat recently would have helped fitness-wise and he is fierce genuine,. The handicapper might now give him a few pounds but we're not worried and it's a lovely race to win. He's after having a long season and we'll see how he is after this. Ross is my nephew so it's a real family affair today!
After race at Bellewstown Wed, 30th Aug, 2017 (1st)
As I said the other night the Lartigue Hurdle has been the plan for a while but it's nice to pick up those Flat races along the way. I just let him out in the paddock yesterday morning and he was in such good form bucking and squealing I said it didn't take that much out of you and let him take his chance again. He's a good honest genuine horse and hopefully he'll keep sound. The ground doesn't make any difference to him as he's won on good ground and heavy.
After race at Roscommon Mon, 28th Aug, 2017 (1st)
the Lartigue Hurdle in Listowel has been the long term plan, and to keep him on the Flat until then. Hopefully he won’t get too high a mark for the Lartigue, and I think he’d have a chance.
After race at Bellewstown Fri, 7th Jul, 2017 (1st)
we were toying all week with whether we'd go to the mile-and-a-half race or this one and I just decided to keep away from Aidan O'Brien (who had entered, and runs, Air Supremacy)!. I wasn't worried about his speed for this trip as he has plenty of pace and we'll probably go to Galway now for a handicap. The long-term plan is the Lartigue Hurdle at Listowel and you won't see him over hurdles till then - we’ll tick along on the Flat. He handles all types of ground, is a nice classy kind of a horse and is a lovely big horse. I think we won't see the best of him until he starts jumping fences - he’s practically 17 hands.
After race at Navan Sat, 4th Mar, 2017 (1st)
I made a statement earlier on in the year and said I thought this was the best horse I've ever had. Rachael said he hated the ground. I entered him last time in the Grade 1 at Leopardstown and they all thought I was cracked!. You haven't seen the best of him yet. He's a big 17 hands horse and he has a real turn of pace when you see him on good ground. We don't know where we are going now and as I said we probably spoiled his novice year. He's so well related. His mother is a three-parts sister to Voler La Vedette, and his grand-dam was Bolino Star so he's bred for this game. The only reason he ran on the Flat was because he was so hard to break and we decided we'd keep him going once we had him broke. We'll take our time now and pick a nice race. He was just grinding it out there today but he is a really nice horse. I worked him the other day with a 90-rated Flat horse and he made him look like a bad horse. All along I've been saying this is the real machine.