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Change of Trainer A Suborics to Anthony Mullins
ts2 Tongue Strap
es2 Eye Shield
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 Party Playboy (GER) was mentioned
Presto maintained his two race unbeaten record with another taking win at Gowran today as the Oliver McKiernan trained gelding landed the concluding Racing At Gowran Park 21st September Maiden under jockey Shane Foley.
Wed 04th Sep
An excellent Killarney continued for J P McManus and Mark Walsh as Air Supremacy led home a one two for the green and gold on the day they lost their champion hurdler Espoir D’Allen, in the Kerry Group Handicap Hurdle.
Fri 23rd Aug
Champion Amateur Jockey Patrick Mullins returned from a holiday to win the Drogheda Traders Plate (QR) Handicap at Bellewstown today on his father Willie Mullins' Diamond Hill.
Wed 03rd Jul
Party Playboy foiled a gamble on Peaches And Cream in the two and a half mile handicap hurdle at Down Royal.
Fri 21st Jun
A significant gamble on The Reaping Race went astray, as Hero's Welcome made the breakthrough in the Next Race Day 12th June Handicap Hurdle.
Wed 15th May
“He probably runs well fresh and Davy (Russell) gave him a peach of a ride. It was a real masterclass — it was a class ride,” said Gordon Elliott after bringing up a Punchestown treble with Star Maker (8s into 6s) in the Free Festival Upgrade Offer Novice Handicap Hurdle.
Sat 17th Nov
Holding Pattern blew the start and suffered a less than clear route but came home best of all to take the concluding Win Big With Tote Maiden in Ballinrobe.
Mon 23rd Jul
After race at Down Royal Fri, 21st Jun, 2019 (1st)
We couldn't find a race for him and we went up to two (mile) seven (furlongs) and then we took a severe, stupid move back to two miles. We found the two and a half that was right for him. He is getting experience now and we are looking forward to him going chasing. That's where you will see the proper horse. He might jump another hurdle, he is brilliant to jump. Paddy (Kehoe) owned Grabel many years ago that won so many races. It's lovely to have him back, he has had horses with me since I started training. It's exciting to have a horse that can win. He disappointed in Galway last year but I would say there was other reasons. I'd say he might act on the track and we'll go back to Galway anyway - might go to Killarney before then Galway.