Naas Sun, 3rd Nov, 2019
Tide Of Time He did it well. He went a bit flat on us for a while and I just tried to freshen him. He’d been on the go quite a while waiting for his ground — he likes a cut.
Leopardstown Sat, 26th Oct, 2019
Psychedelic Funk Obviously it wasn't expected if Colin didn't ride him but I'm delighted for Gary. He normally gets more than that off us in a season, it's been slim enough pickings this year,. I'm delighted for him and delighted for Sean. There has been a lot of patience and he was in the sales this week. Gary rode him the last day and we said we'd give him another season. He's one of the old guys and we'll hold on to him. He's been suffering with allergies or something all year although I'm only guessing what it was. He was just off form. We didn't fancy him coming here but knew that he would handle the ground. If he was back to anything like his old self he was capable of doing that. It's a nice way to end the season. To be honest we were trying to be clever saying 'that's next year's Lincoln horse' but I'd say I've messed that one up!
Dundalk Fri, 27th Sep, 2019
Blue Uluru she had to be (involved) in the race form-wise and also being drawn one. It wasn't ideal after going to Newbury last Saturday and we were in two minds whether it took anything out of her. The ground was a bit loose on top at Newbury and Andrea (Atzeni, jockey) said that she just didn't like it. She likes good, honest to god, quick ground. She was drawn one today and had everything in her favour today and she's done it well. She did it like the way we thought she would. We've had a bit of a frustrating year with her, with little niggly problems, so we've had a late season and it'll stand to her next year. She'll be back in training next year and on her Listed win last year, hopefully if we have a clear run of it, she'll be exciting next year on fast ground.