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Derby Sale (Tattersalls (Ireland))
Purchaser: Lot Withdrawn
Change of Trainer Peter Fahey
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Derby Sale (Tattersalls (Ireland))
Reports in which Peregrine Run (IRE) was mentioned
The feature race on day three of the Festival, the tote.com Galway Plate Handicap Chase, produced a thrilling finish as there were plenty of horses in with a shout as the runners swung into the home straight having completed all the jumping.
Wed 31st Jul
Peregrine Run (evens favourite) completed a 5-timer back over hurdles without his usual blinkers in the Gina & The Champions Play After Racing Hurdle at Cork.
Fri 12th Jul
Cork stages a seven-race National Hunt card this evening where the Gina & The Champions After Racing Hurdle sees Peregrine Run bid for a five-timer for trainer Peter Fahey and jockey Kevin Sexton.
Fri 12th Jul
Peregrine Run completed a four-timer over fences when landing the featured J Donohoe BMW Chase at Wexford.
Fri 05th Jul
Peregrine Run goes in search of a four-timer in the J Donohoe BMW Chase at Wexford, en route to a possible tilt at the Galway Plate.
Fri 05th Jul
The featured Chase on the Punchestown card boiled down to a match between Peregrine Run and Jett and it was the former who delivered in style.
Wed 12th Jun
Peregrine Run is hunting a hat-trick in the Odds Boost Your Bets On The Ladbrokes App Steeplechase at Punchestown today.
Wed 12th Jun
Top-weight Peregrine Run defied 11st 10lb to get up in the Mayo National at Ballinrobe.
Tue 28th May
The most valuable meeting of the season at Ballinrobe takes place this evening, with the McHale Mayo National Handicap Chase one of two feature races on the programme.
Tue 28th May
Kevin Sexton rode his first winner since May 2018 in the Grade Three Seamus Weldon John Deere An Riocht Chase at Killarney aboard course specialist Peregrine Run.
Mon 13th May
Paul Townend moved on to the 99 winner mark for the campaign, 15 ahead of Rachael Blackmore, the former champion guiding Scarpeta (evens) home for his boss Willie Mullins in the Enjoy White Gypsy At Finns Borrisoleigh Hurdle at Thurles.
Sat 23rd Mar
Noel Meade reports Road To Respect to be in rude health ahead of his return to action in the JNwine.com Champion Chase at Down Royal on Saturday.
Sat 03rd Nov
Henry de Bromhead insists a clear round is the main objective for Monalee in the MyCarNeedsA.com Chase at Down Royal on Saturday.
Sat 03rd Nov
Peregrine Run recorded his tenth career success, as he took the season feature at Wexford, the Listed M.W. Hickey Memorial Chase.
Mon 29th Oct
Youcantcallherthat’s appearance in the Wexford Vintners (Mares) Handicap Hurdle is one of the most interesting elements to the Bank Holiday Monday card at the south-eastern venue.
Mon 29th Oct
Woodland Opera enjoyed his crack at an extended three miles in the Irwins Bakeries Hurdle at Down Royal.
Fri 31st Aug
Peregrine Run got back to winning ways in the feature at Killarney this afternoon, the Grade B MSL Cork Mercedes-Benz Handicap Chase.
Sat 25th Aug
Alan Fleming believes Tully East has plenty going for him ahead of his bid for glory in thetote.com Galway Plate.
Wed 01st Aug
Kilcarry Bridge showed there's plenty of life in the old dog yet with a gallant display to land the MSL Cork Mercedes-Benz Handicap Chase at KillarneySat 26th Aug
Peter Fahey's Peregrine Run reversed Galway form with market-leader Rathvinden to come out on top in an exciting Clifford Ground Care Limited Novice Chase at Killarney.
Sat 26th Aug
Cheltenham Open Festival winner Peregrine Run continued trainer Peter Fahey’s excellent run of form when claiming a second consecutive course and distance win at Wexford today, landing the Brendan Cullimore Electric Novice Chase under regular rider Roger Loughran.
Fri 07th Jul
Peregrine Run was the star turn at Wexford on Wednesday evening and he continued his education over fences with a smooth successWed 21st Jun
Peregrine Run opened his account over fences at the second attempt with a convincing success under regular partner Roger Loughran in the Pro-Form Beginners Chase at Wexford.
Wed 21st Jun
Wexford stages a National Hunt card this evening and while Ascot Gold Cup hopeful Jessica Harrington will be attending the Royal meeting, with Gold Cup prospects on Thursday, she also sends out two of her jumping horses to the Irish venue.
Wed 21st Jun
On Fiddlers Green ran out a determined winner of thetote.com Connacht National Handicap Chase at RoscommonMon 12th Jun
The Willie Mullins trained Townshend recorded his third win over fences, as he made all in the Boyle Novice Chase.
Mon 12th Jun
Peregrine Run made it three wins in-a-row as he took the Listed Dunraven Arms Hotel Novice Hurdle under Roger Loughran for Peter Fahey and owner Vincent Byrne.
Sun 09th Oct
Airlie Beach continues on her merry way and made it five out of five in the Pat Walsh Memorial EBF Mares Hurdle at Gowran ParkFri 30th Sep
Peregrine Run has had the layers on the run more than once in his recent starts, including when winning at Down Royal five weeks back. It was easy to see why he'd generated such interest in the market as he treated his rivals with total disdain under Roger Loughran in the Banff and Buchan Handicap Hurdle at Gowran.
Fri 30th Sep
Denis O'Regan delivered Black Benny with a perfectly-timed challenge to claim top honours in the Kerry Foods Rated Hurdle at Down RoyalFri 26th Aug
Peregrine Run landed a tidy gamble in some style when coming home clear in the Tayto Group Maiden Hurdle at Down Royal.
Fri 26th Aug
After being placed on his last three starts Peregrine Run got a deserved win to his name as he took the bumper at Killarney, the Killarney Welcomes Bordeaux Racecourse Flat Race.
Thu 20th Aug
The Mick Winters trained Knocknanuss made all as he ran out an easy winner of the bumper at Killarney, the Meet The Roses (Ladies Riders Pro/Am) INH Flat Race.
Wed 15th Jul
Aidan O'Brien's Kilclispeen timed it right as he got up in the shadow of the post to nail Matchaway in Punchestown's bumper.
Wed 03rd Jun
After race at Cork Fri, 12th Jul, 2019 (1st)
This race was never the plan - the plan was to go to Leopardstown (for a flat maiden) but they changed the rules for the Amateur Handicap at Galway and now a horse has to have run three times on the flat to qualify, so I said I'd stick him into this race and see. It worked out a great opportunity and he was in great form. He has been plenty busy but he is taking his races so well. He is loving it and will now go straight to Galway. He'll be entered in the Plate and the 3m hurdle on the Saturday. We'll see what happens and hopefully he comes out of this race well. I'd love to win a flat maiden with him this year as his easiest options over jumps are now all gone.
After race at Wexford Fri, 5th Jul, 2019 (1st)
He’s an unbelievable horse for the yard. Full credit to everyone at home for keeping him sound and right. He runs on hard ground day in and day out, and he’s just a sounder and happier horse this year. He might be entered in the Galway Plate, and if the ground is quick he could go there. He’s in at Leopardstown next Thursday and I’ll see how he is. I’d love to run him on the Flat as it could give us an option for Galway. If he happened to win it could give him a nice mark for the amateur handicap. Our best chance of good ground in Galway is probably the first few days. He has a nice mark over hurdles and there could be a nice day in him over hurdles if everything goes well and he stays healthy.
After race at Punchestown Wed, 12th Jun, 2019 (1st)
He’s some horse to have in the yard and there are plenty more in the family coming along. There is a conditions hurdle in a few weeks’ time that he could go for. I doubt if he’ll go for a Galway Plate with a mark of 157. If Listowel came up quick he could go there for the Kerry National. There is a handicap hurdle at Galway that he might go for as he’s got a mark of 139. Unless it rains he’ll stay going as his races take nothing out of him. He’s very ground dependent and even today his jumping wasn’t as quick as it was in the handicap. I’d love to get a handicap mark for him on the Flat.
After race at Ballinrobe Tue, 28th May, 2019 (1st)
I honestly thought coming here that he was in better form than he was going to Killarney and I couldn’t believe the price (14/1) he was. It’s great for Kevin and he gave him a great ride. He’s a lovely horse and the quick ground here today really suited him. He minds himself and just barely puts his head in front. I don’t know what he’ll go for. There is a conditions race in Punchestown in a couple of weeks, and I have entered him on the Flat in Listowel. He’ll be busy over the summer as he takes his racing well on the good ground. I’d love to have a handicap mark with him on the Flat and go for some of the nice handicaps with him because he doesn’t lack a bit of toe. I’d love to say he’d go for the Plate but the ground often ends up being too soft for him at Galway. The few times he ran there he ran bad. If I thought the ground was going to be quick I’d love to go there but I doubt it. He’s some horse to have and I got some buzz out of that win today.
After race at Killarney Mon, 13th May, 2019 (1st)
It's great for Kevin as he has had issues and is back working with me for three or four weeks. He has his head down now and fingers crossed he can go on from here and get back to where he was a couple of years ago. He is a great rider and hopefully every thing goes right for him now. He will be a big asset for the yard,. He had an operation on his wrist at Christmas and today was his first day back; he was going to start back on Saturday and I said to leave it to today as I had Peregrine and Room To Roam (in the opener). Also a big thanks must go to the owners for giving Kevin the spin.
After race at Wexford Mon, 29th Oct, 2018 (1st)
I'm delighted he won and to be honest I was disappointed with his last two runs. It's great for him to be back winning. He will be entered for the weekend at Down Royal and if the ground is quick and he comes out of this okay he might go up there for the second season novice. More than likely he'd be finished up for the season after that. He is after winning ten races for us now so he is doing a right job. If the ground is quick, and he is okay, Down Royal is where we are going to go. It's been dry for so long that when it starts raining it probably won't stop. It's great for his owners. It's a pity Mine Now got a fall but he got up. He is in great form the whole time. We changed tactics a bit too much on his last few runs, we were riding him a bit handier with the blinkers on him. That was probably the wrong thing to do because he has to be switched off out the back, and that's what we done with him today. He was well entitled to win today with his mark. Dropping him in and getting him switched off is the way to ride him. Hopefully it'll stay dry until the weekend at Down Royal.
After race at Killarney Sat, 25th Aug, 2018 (1st)
I'm absolutely thrilled to get him back winning,. He very seldom runs a bad race but things went wrong when we brought him to Ayr and the ground went against him in Galway. I think the blinkers worked today and sharpened him up and his jumping was very quick. He has had a light campaign and there are lots of options for him; he'll go to the Kerry National if the ground is quick enough but there's also a little hurdle race for him at Down Royal next week. We'll see where are with him but he'll be kept busy away as when the ground turns soft we know we are at nothing with him. He is owned by a brilliant family, the Byrnes from Offaly so it's great.
After race at Killarney Sat, 26th Aug, 2017 (1st)
I'm thrilled for the horse and he is after winning eight races for us now,. Ruby's horse (Rathvinden) beat us the last day but I thought if we could beat him anywhere it would be here with the three fences in the straight being a huge help, as he doesn't do a lot in front. Galway turned into too much of a slog with the three furlongs uphill finish. He'll tip away as long as the ground stays nice and I'd love to go to Cheltenham again in November! That's the plan with him and after that we'll freshen him up for something later on in the spring time. . Roger (Loughran) gets on very well with him and Aoife (Fahey), my niece, rides him out at home and does a great job with him.
After race at Wexford Fri, 7th Jul, 2017 (1st)
I'm thrilled with him to be honest and he has taken to fences really well. It was a different race today and they went a really good gallop but won snug enough at the end. He'll go to Galway next for the Grade 3 novice chase over two and a quarter miles. I think stepping him up in trip will definitely improve him a good bit and his best form over hurdles is over a trip as well. Fair play to Roger, he does everything with the horse and is getting a tune out of him every time. When we went to Cheltenham (in March) we gave him a few weeks off, and we came back with the aim to get a few nice runs into him and get experience for Galway. Galway was always going to be the aim and hopefully we can keep him in the same form until then. We've been very lucky with them, and the form they are after hitting in the last while. Full credit to the team at home, I was away for a while and they've kept everything going. Long may it continue and we'll enjoy it while it's lasting.
After race at Limerick Sun, 9th Oct, 2016 (1st)
He's definitely improving away. If the ground turns soft here he could go to the Open meeting at Cheltenham for a Graded novice. If it goes soft overall we can give him a break until next spring. You wouldn't know that he's improved much at home as he doesn't show a lot.
After race at Down Royal Fri, 26th Aug, 2016 (1st)
It was a good performance. We were waiting the whole time with him to get nice ground. I'm delighted for the owner (Vincent Byrne from Co. Offaly) because we have been chasing our tail with the horse for the last year trying to get him back into good form and they have had loads of patience. Hopefully he'll go on now and turn into a nice enough horse.
After race at Killarney Thu, 20th Aug, 2015 (1st)
I'm delighted for the owner (Vincent Byrne from Portarlington) as much as the horse. He's been involved in horses for a few years and that's his first winner.