Limerick Fri, 17th Jul, 2020
Call Me Rocky He is a big baby and is better back at that trip; there were no maidens for him at that trip when he ran him at Roscommon so we had to start him at 1m2f and he was fresh. He was back at this trip on this ground, and it suited him, and he was sure to come on from the run the last day. We'll see what the handicapper does now.
Leopardstown Thu, 16th Jul, 2020
Rocky Blue I'm just after finding out that he mightn't be qualified for the Galway Hurdle. That was my plan so we may have another plan then if he's not. Maybe he'll go for the amateur handicap or the mile-and-a-half on the Friday. There is also the other hurdle that I won twice with Top Othe Ra. He'll be going nowhere in the morning if his legs are not good because he did break down a couple of years ago. He's in on Saturday but he won't run after today. I was only going to run there if it was too firm tonight. He could be an English Cesarewitch horse, there is plenty of money in that and we could also look at York. There is probably a real good handicap on the Flat for him and a handicap over hurdles with him as well. I think he was rated 132 when he signed off as a hurdler in 2018. He's a lovely horse. He's always playful and always wants to get on with the job.