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Dylan Ross (IRE)
b g 2006 Shantou (USA) Quit The Noise (IRE)
No Rush Man Syndicate
Stone Electrical Ltd
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Reports in which Dylan Ross (IRE) was mentioned
Paul Townend brought up a double at Cork for Willie Mullins and himself as he steered 9/10 favourite Twinlight home in the Grade 2 Kerry Group Hilly Way Chase over two miles.
Sun 08th Dec
Diakali opened his new campaign with a ready front-running victory in the feature Fishery Lane Hurdle at Naas on a day when Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh landed a treble togetherSat 09th Nov
The opening Monread Rated Chase at Naas today saw the Willie Mullins trained Rupert Lamb make a winning seasonal reappearance under Ruby Walsh.
Sat 09th Nov
Twinlight was the ready winner of the featured Grade 3 Poplar Square Chase in Naas for Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh.
Mon 28th Oct
Tom Mullins is looking forward to giving Alderwood his seasonal debut in the Poplar Square Chase at Naas today.
Mon 28th Oct
Un Beau Roman ran out an extremely easy winner of the Sunday Hospitality Hurdle, justifying favouritism under Ruby Walsh for Willie Mullins.
Sun 11th Aug
Champion jockey Davy Russell was denied the chance to ride at Aintree this week on medical grounds but proved his wellbeing with a wide-margin victory aboard Kates Benefit at NavanSat 06th Apr
The race for the novice chase at Navan didn’t really get under way until two out as Dylan Ross and Davy Russell tracked 9/10 favourite Rupert Lamb.
Sat 06th Apr
Flemenstar opened what looks sure to be an an exciting season with a superb victory in the Irish Form Book Fortria Chase at NavanSun 11th Nov
“I asked Paul what the plan was and he said ‘I’ll be late!’”, Noel Meade quipped after 5/4 favourite Dylan Ross won the beginners chase at Navan under a confident Paul Carberry ride.
Sun 11th Nov
Hidden Cyclone shrugged off a lengthy absence and an inadequate trip to get his season off to the best possible start in the Murray Spelman Insurance Supporting Kildare GAA Poplar Square Chase at NaasMon 29th Oct
The beginners chase at Naas looked a cracking contest on paper and it proved to be as Jenari at 9/2 stayed on stoutly to give Jessica Harrington a treble at Naas (82/1).
Mon 29th Oct
Baily Green took his form to a new level with a fine jumping display in the Grade 3 Kilbegnet EBF Novice Chase at RoscommonMon 01st Oct
The Mouse Morris trained Baily Green recorded his fifth success in-a-row as he took the feature race at Roscommon this evening, the Grade 3 Kilbegnet EBF Novice Chase under David Casey.
Mon 01st Oct
Champion trainer Willie Mullins notched a treble at Naas highlighted by the success of Mikael D'Haguenet in the Limestone Lad HurdleSat 21st Jan
Big Zeb stamped his class on the Paddy Power Dial-A-Bet Chase as he landed the Grade One Leopardstown contest for the third timeTue 27th Dec
Andrew Lynch made the most of a spare ride on Edward O’Grady’s Cash And Go to take the Grade 1 Future Champions Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown.
Tue 27th Dec
Rubi Light put up a display of complete authority to land the John Durkan Memorial Chase at PunchestownSun 11th Dec
Jim Culloty’s Lord Windermere (4/1) showed his battling qualities on only his third start when turning over even money favourite Dylan Ross in the Listed two mile hurdle at Punchestown with Tom Doyle in the saddle.
Sun 11th Dec
The going is now heavy at Punchestown following 2.5mm of rain overnight.
Sun 11th Dec
Colm Murphy's star Big Zeb returned to competitive action with a hard-fought third successive victory in a thrilling Fortria Chase at NavanSun 13th Nov
The Grade 3 'For Auction' Novice Hurdle over 2m saw stable companions Il Fenomeno and Dylan Ross battle out the finish with the former staying on best on the run-in under Davy Russell to score by a length and three quarters.
Sun 13th Nov
Noel Meade and Paul Carberry were on fire with a Fairyhouse treble highlighted by the victory of dual bumper winner Dylan Ross in the New Tote Sports Lounge Maiden HurdleSat 08th Oct
Trainer Noel Meade and stable jockey Paul Carberry combined for an opening races double at Fairyhouse today when Dylan Ross comfortably landed the New Tote Sports Lounge Maiden Hurdle for the pair.
Sat 08th Oct
Trainer Noel Meade and 7lbs claimer Tim Carroll gained compensation for the earlier fall of Dylan Ross when taking the INH Stallion Owners EBF Maiden Hurdle with Another Palm.
Thu 30th Dec
The opening Sean Graham Bookmakers Maiden Hurdle at Down Royal today went to the Gordon Elliott trained Silverlord, under Jason Maguire, who benefited from the final flight fall of leader Dylan Ross.
Thu 30th Dec
The concluding Archie Watson Memorial Bumper went to the Noel Meade trained Dylan Ross who bolted in, despite a slow early pace, under Nina Carberry.
Fri 05th Nov
Those that supported Dylan Ross into odds-on for the concluding T.V.O'Brien Memorial (Pro/Am) Flat Race at Galway never had too many worries as Nina Carberry's mount prevailed by five and a half lengths.
Sun 24th Oct
After race at Fairyhouse Sat, 8th Oct, 2011 (1st)
I was hoping he'd win like that and he did - we like him a lot. He disappointed us at The Curragh on his last run but it transpired his wind was wrong and he had an operation. I hope he'll be running in the good novice hurdles over the winter and he'll certainly be entered for the Royal Bond Hurdle. He won well over two miles there but I don't think he'll have any problems over 2m4f. He could go for one of those good novice hurdles at Navan next though.
After race at Down Royal Fri, 5th Nov, 2010 (1st)
Dylan Ross stays well and has plenty of speed. He is well schooled and should run over hurdles before Christmas.
After race at Galway Sun, 24th Oct, 2010 (1st)
We always liked this lad but we had to rush him a bit to get him ready for the Land Rover Bumper. He ran well there but it probably came a bit too soon for him. He jumps well and he has the other little gear that the good ones have. He is not over-big, about sixteen one and he should go on any ground. The lads that own him (No Rush Man Syndicate) had Dreadnot with me before but he broke a leg in Kilbeggan.
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