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Mr Henry O'Donoghue
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Reports in which Shanpallas (IRE) was mentioned
Kaiser Black heads the weights for thetote.com Connacht National at Roscommon this evening.
Tue 12th Jun
Dual course winner Simenon returns to domestic action when he contests the Family Day Out August 1st Hurdle at Cork.
Fri 08th Jul
Aidan O'Brien saddled a one-two in the McHale Mayo National Handicap Chase at Ballinrobe, but not in the order most would have expectedTue 31st May
Always up there in the pace-setting role, King Leon (Mark Walsh) led home a one two for Aidan and Joseph O'Brien in the McHale Mayo National Handicap Chase as owner of the first two, J P McManus, completed a big race double at Ballinrobe.
Tue 31st May
Shanpallas, the heavily backed 11/8 favourite (from 2s on track and much bigger earlier), delivered in the McHale Coranna Handicap Hurdle at Ballinrobe.
Tue 31st May
The Henry De Bromhead trained Sadler's Risk landed an incident-packed Ladbrokes Munster National Handicap Chase under Andrew Lynch for owner Roger Brookhouse.
Sun 11th Oct
Gigginstown took the opening rated chase at Punchestown, but it was Savello at 12/1 who took the spoils as their 11/4 favourite Real Steel fell at the eighth when leading.
Wed 03rd Jun
Baily Green will bid to get another deserved win to his name as he lines up in the Follow Punchestown On Facebook Chase this evening.
Wed 03rd Jun
JP McManus was triple-handed in the Grade A Munster National and it was his Shanpallas at 7/1 who stayed on stoutly to take the valuable handicap chase.
Sun 12th Oct
Your Busy came off the reserves' bench to claim the Guinness Kerry National Handicap Chase under an inspired Katie Walsh ride at ListowelWed 17th Sep
Katie Walsh became the first lady rider to win the Grade A Guinness Kerry National Handicap Chase as she partnered first reserve Your Busy to a surprise 25/1 success for trainer James Nash.
Wed 17th Sep
Veteran campaigner Prince Rudi landed the biggest prize of his career with a gutsy success in the feature Ladbrokes Handicap Hurdle at the Galway FestivalSat 02nd Aug
The change in going to yielding to soft may have decimated the numbers lining up in the featured Grade C handicap hurdle at Galway, but that didn’t bother Prince Rudi who relished the rain-sodden turf as he powered home at 20/1.
Sat 02nd Aug
The Club Limerick Chase at Greenmount Park could have an appropriate winner with two locally trained horses, namely Dushybeag and Shanpallas, looking strong contenders.
Sun 06th Jul
Shanpallas got his chasing career off to the best possible start when taking the Killarney Oaks Hotel Beginners Chase under Niall ‘Slippers’ Madden.
Fri 30th Aug
Shot From The Hip picked up the big prize at Killarney with a battling victory in the valuable Ladbrokes Handicap ChaseFri 30th Aug
Top Madam bounced back to her best to run out a game winner of the Guinness Sligo Handicap Hurdle.
Thu 08th Aug
Shanpallas has come in plenty of market support this morning, the Charles Byrnes trained gelding lines up in the feature race at Sligo, the Guinness Sligo Handicap Hurdle.
Thu 08th Aug
Seven pounds claimer Gareth Malone partnered a winner on his first ride for trainer Charles Byrnes at Down Royal today when Shanpallas landed the Barclay IT Services Handicap Hurdle for the pair.
Fri 31st May
Phillip Enright delivered 12/1 shot Shanpallas after the final flight to win going away in the two mile maiden hurdle that opened Limerick’s card.
Sun 07th Apr
After race at Ballinrobe Tue, 31st May, 2016 (1st)
It was a lovely pot to win - fair play to Ballinrobe. He ran well in Punchestown the last day and he is a summer horse. It would be ideal if we could get something similar for him before Galway, but I haven't really looked at the calendar,.
After race at Limerick Sun, 12th Oct, 2014 (1st)
He was a bit inexperienced at Listowel. His jumping probably cost him. He was the right side of the handicapper in Listowel so we fancied him, but I was a bit worried about his weight today as it was a big ask. His jumping today was much better. I actually think he is more of a two and a half miler than a three miler. That's my first winner for JP McManus. He only bought him two and a half weeks ago, but in fairness his previous owners are here now and are delighted he won.
After race at Killarney Fri, 30th Aug, 2013 (1st)
He made just one mistake but was more or less foot perfect. He stays two and a half miles very well. Good ground is the key to him, and we'll put him away over the winter.