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Tammys Hill (IRE)
b g 2005 Tamayaz (CAN) Hillside Lass (GB)
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Reports in which Tammys Hill (IRE) was mentioned
Katie Walsh followed in the foot-steps of Ann Ferris and Nina Carberry to become the third winning lady rider of the BoyleSports Irish Grand National Chase as Thunder And Roses (20/1) led home a one, two, four for owners Gigginstown House Stud. The victorious Presenting gelding is of course trained by Sandra Hughes.
Mon 06th Apr
Whatareudoingtome sprang a shock as he edged a good battle between two 25/1 shots in the Yellow Furze Handicap Hurdle at Navan.
Sat 06th Dec
Tammys Hill booked his ticket for the Jnwine.com Champion Chase at Down Royal when making a successful return to action in the Christmas Party Package Handicap Hurdle at Cork.
Sun 19th Oct
There are many interesting aspects to Cork's card but it would be difficult to top the intrigue that the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Novice Chase carries.
Sun 19th Oct
Tammys Hill benefited from a cool waiting ride from Robbie McNamara to win the Raymond Smith Memorial Hunters Chase at Leopardstown today but the popular gelding's 'love affair' with the hunters' chase division may soon be at an end, according to his trainer Liam Lennon.
Sun 09th Feb
Last Instalment returned to his very best with a superb performance to take the Hennessy Gold Cup at LeopardstownSun 09th Feb
On The Fringe became the main player in the two miles seven hunters chase at Down Royal as he beat Tammys Hill and Salsify into second and third respectively.
Thu 26th Dec
Roi Du Mee called a temporary halt to the Willie Mullins party at Fairyhouse as he dug deep to see off the odds-on Prince De Beauchene in the feature At The Races Bobbyjo ChaseSat 23rd Feb
The epidemic of recent beaten odds-on shots in Ireland is developing into a pandemic for punters with Tammy Hill (4/6f) the ninth beaten odds-on 'jolly' this week, behind winner Warne, in the John McCarthy Memorial Hunters Chase at Fairyhouse today.
Sat 23rd Feb
Sir Des Champs showed himself to be a leading contender for the Cheltenham blue riband as he got the better of Flemenstar in the Hennessy Gold Cup at LeopardstownSat 09th Feb
Last season's Cheltenham Foxhunters Chase winner Salsify got back to winning ways when taking his revenge on Tammys Hill in a thrilling finish to the Raymond Smith Memorial Hunters Chase at Leopardstown today.
Sat 09th Feb
Local-trained Tammys Hill was cheered in to the winners enclosure after taking the opening hunters chase at Down Royal.
Wed 26th Dec
Thouva jumped his rivals into submission to land the Hook Beginners Chase at WexfordWed 05th Dec
Last season's Foxhunter hero Salsify had to settle for second on his return to action as Tammys Hill proved too strong in the Rosslare Hunters Chase at Wexford.
Wed 05th Dec
The 4/5 favourite Tammys Hill didn't let down his supporters as he recorded his second racecourse win in-a-row by taking the Newmac Contracts Ltd. Hunters Steeplechase over 2m 7f for his trainer Liam Lennon with James Smyth aboard.
Mon 07th May
Not Before Eight, under Barry O’Neill, came from a seemingly impossible position just yards from the line at Downpatrick to poke his head in front for a last-gasp win in the concluding Downpatrick Chirstmas Party Maiden Hunter Chase at Downpatrick today.
Wed 21st Dec
Paul Carberry rode his second winner of the afternoon at Down Royal when steering Cottage Oak in the colours of the Sloan family from Co. Antrim to an easy win in the Sean Graham Bookmakers Beginners Chase.
Mon 02nd May
After race at Cork Sun, 19th Oct, 2014 (1st)
He got a bit nervous coming down on the road, and it took five hours. They were very good here and put him up overnight. He'll probably head to Down Royal for the Jnwine.com Champion Chase or come back here for the Cork National is another option. I think he's improved in his looks and his physique this year, and there is still a lot of improvement in him.
After race at Leopardstown Sun, 9th Feb, 2014 (1st)
Tammys Hill probably won't go to Cheltenham (for the Foxhunters Chase) as he has run two or three times over there and has never produced. He 'll probably go handicapping now instead and today was his Gold Cup; it was really everyone's Gold Cup as the whole of the North follows him!. He'll probably go for the Ulster National now and I spoke to the handicapper beforehand and he said to me he would get into that race regardless of where he finished today. James Smyth (whose father Patrick Smyth owns the horse) does all the riding, feeding and everything with him and everything is down to him. He told me he was in very good form coming here today but the reason he didn't ride him was he would have had to carry overweight and the Stewards wouldn't let him ride at 2lbs overweight. We decided rather than him being too weak to give someone else a chance and I told Robbie (McNamara) beforehand to come with him half way up the run-in and he said to me 'it'll be later than that!'.
After race at Down Royal Mon, 7th May, 2012 (1st)
He has always been a good horse. He won a point-to-point as a 4yo. When we ran him on the track (earlier in his career) he wasn't strong enough but he has strengthened up now. We will try and win another point-to-point with him now to get him qualified for the champion point-to-point race. He is a brilliant jumper and will be kept on the go over the summer and could be a Galway Plate horse.
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