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The Granson (IRE)
b g 2012 Jeremy (USA)-Kimberely Bay (IRE)(Trade Fair (GB))
Mrs Patricia Croke
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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 The Granson (IRE) was mentioned
Jack Kennedy produced a fine ride to get Pete So High back up in the Follow Limerick Racecourse On Facebook Hurdle at LimerickMon 19th Mar
The Denis Hogan trained and partnered The Granson gained an overdue first win in the Limerick On Twitter (C & G) Maiden Hurdle at Limerick today and in the process, and fortunately, capitalised on the final flight fall of favourite Crezic.
Mon 19th Mar
Gigginstown House Stud and Gordon Elliott completed a first and last race Fairyhouse double when the Lisa O'Neill-ridden Sometime Soon came out on top in the Ian Smith Memorial (Pro/Am) INH Flat Race.
Sat 24th Feb
Holding Pattern created a good impression when successful on debut for Jessica and Kate Harrington in the Go Racing At Thurles Racecourse Flat Race.
Thu 12th Oct
West Coast Time made it two from two for favourite backers at Gowran, as he took the Racing Again Tomorrow Maiden Hurdle on his debut over flights.
Fri 29th Sep
Noel Meade brought up a near 10/1 Galway treble when Moulin A Vent took the concluding Jamie Kyne Memorial INH Flat Race in the hands of Nina Carberry.
Tue 11th Oct
Experience proved the key in the Cheltenham Crazy Prices At Coral.ie (Pro-Am) Flat Race as The Sneaky Punter, the only one with two previous outings, adapted best to the testing conditions at Limerick.
Sat 12th Mar
Babbling Stream had strong form in the book that saw him well-backed for the opening maiden hurdle at Naas and he readily delivered for Willie Mullins.
Sun 07th Feb
After race at Limerick Mon, 19th Mar, 2018 (1st)
I was very afraid of Gordon's horse (Crezic) and on paper you'd say he shouldn't beat him but you can't run away from one either. I was hanging nicely down the home straight and it was a good job he had the stands' rail because I couldn't steer him and couldn't get a good belt into him. I don't know how well Jack (Kennedy, Crezic) was going but my lad keeps going. In his bumpers all he was doing was galloping and he had some good form. I'm delighted for his owners Padraig Coffey (from Portarlington) and his son-in-law Tadhg Maher (who runs a bar in Lanzarote) as this horse had had stop-starts and gaps between his runs with small issues. It's grand to repay them and hopefully he can go on to something better.
Denis Gerard Hogan
Related by Dam Kimberely Bay (IRE)