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b f 2009 Galileo (IRE) Jude (GB)
Mrs Richard Henry & Mrs John Magnier
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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 Betterbetterbetter (IRE) was mentioned
Jessica Harrington feels she just has to run both Steps To Freedom and Bob Le Beau in the Challenge Stakes at Leopardstown on Thursday because of the lack of opportunities due to the wet weather.
Thu 19th Jul
Sapphire could not have been more impressive on her four-year-old debut as Dermot Weld's filly stormed to victory in the Group Three Kerry Group Noblesse Stakes at CorkSun 17th Jun
Sapphire stamped her class on proceedings when running out an impressive winner of the Kerry Group Noblesse Stakes at Cork.
Sun 17th Jun
Duntle produced a stunning display of front-running to land the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden at Dundalk and kickstart a double for trainer David Wachman and jockey Wayne LordanWed 18th Apr
Betterbetterbetter was always likely to be a short price for a maiden after her very promising debut behind the decent prospect Princess Highway at Leopardstown three weeks ago and she justified prohibitive odds in the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Fillies Maiden at Dundalk.
Wed 18th Apr
Light Heavy fended off the persistent challenge of Furner's Green to land the Follow Leopardstown On Facebook Race at the Dublin trackWed 28th Mar
There were great reports about Princess Highway prior to her debut back in October. She failed to deliver over the course then, 150 days back, but the daughter of Street Cry proved that the initial 'word' was spot on by landing the opening Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Fillies Maiden under Pat Smullen at Leopardstown.
Wed 28th Mar
After race at Dundalk Wed, 18th Apr, 2012 (1st)
She wasn't mad about the surface and wasn't doing a stroke on her own but she has a good attitude. You'd like to think she'd get a mile and a half.
A P O'Brien