One horse trainer has second win in 28 days

By Thomas Weekes

Fri 21st Dec 2012, 20:20
Clare Harrier and Colin Keane (nearest)
Clare Harrier and Colin Keane (nearest)
(Healy Racing Photos)
One horse trainer David Geraghty has done a fine job with his Clare Harrier who completed a Dundalk double in the space of 28 days, in the Handicap.

Ridden by capable claimer Colin Keane, the son of Medecis was produced with his challenge late to eventually record a neck win over Alvar.

Geraghty, based in Garristown, Co Dublin later stated “over a mile he was probably a bit tapped for toe early but he runs to the line every time. He's in good form and we'll keep going if there's a race for him.”

Additional reporting by Alan Magee

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