He'Llberemembered By His Backers

Wed 26th Dec 2012, 14:21

Paul Fahey trainer of He'llberemembered
©Healy Racing Photos
By Michael Graham
Restricted trainer Paul Fahey was delighted to see his He’llberemembered land the beginners’ chase at Down Royal with Shane Butler in the saddle.

The 2/1 favourite led before the second last and kept on for a facile six and a half length verdict over Johannisberger (11/4). Madam Bovary (9/2) was a length and three parts further away in third

Paul Fahey, who has four horses in training, said: “He had a nice run in Galway but got bumped and missed the last. That was good form.

“I was very hopeful today. I said to Shane that with a clear run he should go close. He’ll run next in an amateur flat race at Dundalk then the final.

"Hopefully I'll get a double in the last with Lots Of Memories."

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