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Change of Trainer Mark Fahey to D P Coakley
Change of Trainer Denis W Cullen to Mark Fahey
Change of Trainer J P Murtagh to Denis W Cullen
ts2 Tongue Strap
es2 Eye Shield
ec2 Eye Cover
tt2 Tongue Tie
bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
srMentioned in Stewards Report in Results
bbvBroke Blood Vessel
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 Boxer Dunford (IRE) was mentioned
Park Row made it two wins from four starts since joining Denis Coakley, as he took the last at Dundalk this evening, the dundalkstadium.com Handicap.
Fri 21st Sep
After a Naas fifth placing last evening Oor Jock bounced out fresh and well to win the Racing Again @ TipperaryRaces July 5th Handicap under champion jockey Colin Keane.
Thu 28th Jun
The handicapper will be pleased with his work following the running of the Linencare Handicap at Dundalk today as Boxer Dunford came out best in a blanket finish to win for father/son, trainer/jockey combination of Denis and Ross Coakley.
Sun 06th May
On start number ten The Lords Walk shed his maiden tag in the EliteForm Manufacturing Handicap at Dundalk.
Fri 16th Mar
Take Cover continues to roll back the years and showed great tenacity to take top honours in the Al Basti Equiworld Mercury Stakes at DundalkFri 20th Oct
After getting Denis Coakley off the mark here over a furlong further four weeks back, Boxer Dunford followed up tonight, again under the trainer's son, Ross, in the Crowne Plaza Leading Jockey & Trainer Championship Handicap at Dundalk.
Fri 20th Oct
Part owner Denis Coakley trained his first winner when Boxer Dunford, ridden by his son Ross, came out on top in the second division of the Christmas Party Nights At Dundalk Stadium Handicap.
Fri 22nd Sep
Championship chasing jockey Colin Keane received a boost in his quest to land the honour for the first time with a double at the popular annual meeting on Laytown's beachTue 05th Sep
Gerry Keane's Red All Star brought up plenty of bets when battling well to win the second race at Laytown.
Tue 05th Sep
The thirty-runner Experience It racehorseownership.ie Handicap went the way of the 3/1 favourite Alans Pride.
Mon 07th Aug
Danny Sheehy rode his second winner when again teaming up with trainer Adrian Keatley to take the spoils with Mo Henry in the Crowne Plaza Hotel Race & Stay Handicap.
Wed 26th Oct
After race at Dundalk Sun, 6th May, 2018 (1st)
it's a great day as the whole Coakley gang are here! . He has grown up a lot now so you can ride him that way. Before you had to take your time, he was very immature and you had to get him doing things right. The penny has really dropped with him now and I just felt from a good draw I didn't want to complicate things. If something wanted to go I was more than happy to take a lead but he covers a nice bit of ground so I just let him roll away. Shane (Foley) came late and I was a little bit worried he might have nailed me. If he was going to beat me he was going to be flashing there, as if he came to me half a furlong out he probably would have battled him off. My dad trains at home and he got the trainers' license out last year. It was something he always wanted to do, we have always had horses in training and he rides him out every morning himself. He's doing a great job and he loves it.
D P Coakley
After race at Dundalk Fri, 20th Oct, 2017 (1st)
I rode him work myself on Tuesday like I normally do and I was very confident that he had come on from the last run,. We'll stick to coming up here between seven furlongs and a mile, and look for something again in three weeks time. It's brilliant. I don't even give Ross instructions and he just rides him as he finds him. We're very lucky. Michael Ryan gave him to us as a present two years ago when Johnny Murtagh trained him. We're very grateful to him. He's a family pet. At home my wife looks after him and he's the kindest horse. He's out there with an old horse that Ger Lyons used to train, In Theory. The two of them are buddies and they are out in the field all day long. He just seems to be thriving now and hopefully it'll continue. Hopefully he'll keep going for the winter and keep improving.
D P Coakley
After race at Dundalk Fri, 22nd Sep, 2017 (1st)
That's brilliant. It's my first winner from four runners,. We were lucky as we would have been sticking to six and seven furlongs only there was nothing for him. We might have discovered by accident that his best trip is a mile. Denis Cullen trained three winners for us with Table Forty Six and Ross rode them but this is the first one I've trained.
D P Coakley