Kilbeggan Fri, 4th Sep, 2020
Broomfields Jeremy He had good form and we're delighted to get that. He bumped into a good one here the last day and he was probably a bit unlucky in Roscommon. He's a nice horse going forward. I was a bit afraid with the speed they went down over the first and I was glad to see James (O'Sullivan) taking a pull as they were going a crazy gallop. He's a little bit buzzy and that's why we put the hood on him, especially here with the long walk up from the stables. We'll see what mark he gets now and could also look at a novice. He's not a slow horse, Luke (Dempsey) rode him here the last day and felt he was a horse that could maybe do something on the Flat towards the back end.
Tipperary Sun, 19th Jul, 2020
Dime A Dozen It was a brave call because her owners didn't want her to come here as they said it was too short, which it is for her, but she has now got the three E5,000 bonuses (for ITBA fillies who win a bumper, maiden hurdle and beginners chase) and there aren't many mares in the country who have done that. She improved from the last run and everyone thought I was mad coming but if she didn't win today there was a lovely race for her in Cork, after Galway; with me the five grand (bonus) is the same as winning another race. She missed the third last and was lucky she didn't come down at it but she did well to get back up and win. I have no plan for her and the yard is flying.
Bellewstown Wed, 8th Jul, 2020
Bentham I thought he'd win in Limerick the last day and I was a little bit disappointed he got beat so it's nice to get the maiden won. I'm not sure where we go next and it's just nice to get that one. There could be something in Galway but I haven't thought about where we go from here. He loves that summer ground. I know he's by Jeremy and they tend to like soft ground but he certainly enjoys a bit of nice ground.
Tipperary Wed, 1st Jul, 2020
Bold Enough We said after his last run that we would put him away and wait for the new novice season, but we didn't think it would be this long!. I'm delighted to get him going and he had to do it the hard way as it looked he was taken on for the whole race. He saw it out well because the other horse (runner-up Hesamanofhisword) looked to be going better turning in. He is owned by a new client Mastafa Elatrash, who lives in Dungarvan, so I'm delighted and it's great to get a winner for him.