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Arctic Tack Stud and Thomas James
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Date Course Conditions
Change of Trainer Thomas James
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 Soul Season (IRE) was mentioned
Charle Brune ran out a very easy winner of the Loch Garman Handicap Hurdle, providing his Tipperary based trainer/owner Tom Shanahan with his first track success.
Wed 22nd May
Laurina's connections have a lot more to look forward to if the introduction of Msassa at Wexford on Saturday is anything to go bySat 17th Mar
There was a home county 1-2 in the Neville Hotels Novice Handicap Hurdle as the Paul Nolan-trained Quamino led them home in race three at Wexford.
Sat 17th Mar
Bentelimar made a triumphant return to action in the Carrickbyrne Novice Chase at WexfordWed 07th Jun
Enniscorthy based trainer Thomas James knows Wexford racecourse better than most and today recorded his second winner in as many months at the venue when his sprightly 11 year old Soul Season landed the Oulart Handicap Hurdle under regular jockey James O’Sullivan.
Wed 07th Jun
Mr Picotee followed up his recent Kilbeggan triumph with a victory in the Slaney Handicap Hurdle at WexfordWed 24th May
Mark McNiff was on the mark in the sunny south-east today as the Sligo based trainer sent out Mr Moondance to win the Loch Garman Handicap Hurdle at Wexford and provide jockey Paddy Kennedy with his second winner in three days.
Wed 24th May
Soul Season got up on the line to take division two of the two mile handicap hurdle, the Treacys Hotel Enniscorthy Supporting Wexford Camogie Handicap Hurdle.
Sat 06th May
After race at Wexford Wed, 7th Jun, 2017 (1st)
we have a plant hire business and did all the work on the track, including the track extension. I've been trying to win races here for years and I've got two now so I'm happy with that!. he got boxed in the last day and we felt we were a little bit unlucky, but the winner did win well in fairness to him. We only got raised two pounds for that and we thought we weren't going too bad with that. We were just a bit worried about the ground because he real likes good ground and it was soft enough for him. We knew he'd stay the two and half miles, he is a good horse and is well-bred and very consistent. Hopefully he’ll stay sound and we'll keep him on the go. If there is another race here for him we’ll be back but I wouldn't be afraid to go anywhere with him.
After race at Wexford Sat, 6th May, 2017 (1st)
I was expecting him to win. It was his minimum trip of two miles. He is eleven years old but he has had legs of ice, I couldn’t keep him right. He is very well bred and is half-brother to Monkerhostin and Eric’s Charm. He won a point-to-point and he broke down shortly after it. He is a very good horse if you could just keep him right, and hopefully he comes out of today alright. It wouldn’t want to be any quicker. He is a stayer and two miles would be his minimum, he was flat out all the way. I’ll keep him on the go now.