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Apache Drums (IRE)
b g 2007 High Chaparral (IRE)-Taraya (IRE)(Doyoun)
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ec2 Eye Cover
tt2 Tongue Tie
bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
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 Apache Drums (IRE) was mentioned
Seventh Sign galloped on powerfully down the straight to run out a convincing winner of the 1m6f handicap at Killarney.
Sat 01st Sep
First Friday hit a high of 109/1 in-running in the ladies handicap over an extended mile and a half at Tipperary, but he obviously wasn’t listening as he powered away from his rivals for a comprehensive seven length win.
Fri 10th Aug
Beau Michael justified top weight at 9/2 when running out the game winner of the one mile five furlongs handicap at Navan for trainer Ado McGuinness.
Fri 15th Jun
Paddy The Celeb (7/2 this morning into 6/4) and Apache Drums dominated action 'in the ring' for the concluding email@example.com Handicap but Alhellal (9s this morning into 5s) didn't go unbacked either and he landed the spoils for Maurice Phelan and Kevin Manning.
Wed 02nd May
Front-running was the name of the game in the Bennettbridge Rated Race at Gowran Park as Paul Deegan's Midnight Soprano made every yard to land the spoils under Chris HayesThu 12th Apr
Apache Drums opened his account on the level when claiming the Goresbridge Handicap at Gowran Park.
Thu 12th Apr
Dorset Square justified his short price when running out a cosy winner of the John Madden & Sons Handicap at Ballinrobe.
Tue 21st Jun
Tinas Exhibition repelled the late challenges of King's Road and Apache Drums to claim the mile-and-a-half handicap at Tipperary.
Thu 14th Apr
Favourite backers get off to a winning start at Navan today when the Charles O'Brien trained Apache Drums (2/1f) landed the opening Irish Form Book 3YO Maiden Hurdle, under Mark Walsh.
Sun 21st Nov
He halved in price from a morning offer of 8/1 and the joint favourite for the Derrinstown Stud Apprentice Handicap, Walter De La Mare justified the confidence of his backers in style by coming home a length and three parts to the good under Gary Carroll.
Tue 24th Aug
Related by Dam Taraya (IRE)